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Gamblers Blues - Jeff Beck Group - Boston Tea Party 1968

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  1. Oct 30,  · In a blue-carpeted backroom deep within the Boston Tea Party, the Jeff Beck Group kicks around a squishy soccer ball. THE ELECTRIC lead guitar is to rock-blues music what the violin is .
  2. 2 Jan - Explore davedye's board "The Boston Tea Party one of the great psychedelic music venues of the late sixties, and did really cool posters.", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Boston tea parties, Psychedelic music and Cool posters.
  3. The New York Times ran the Robert Shelton article: "Jeff Beck Group Cheered in Debut", with the byline "British Pop Singers Delight Fillmore East Audience" proclaiming that Beck and his group had upstaged the Grateful Dead. The reviews from The Boston Tea Party were as good or better: "By the time he got to his last number.
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  5. Aug 26,  · The Jeff Beck Group’s July 17, Dallas show exists in decent quality, featured compellingly in its entirety (79 min). Much of the group’s July (25, 26, or 27) Fillmore West set is available on soundboard and includes one of only a few known “Hi Ho Silver Lining” airings (30 min).
  6. The New York Times ran the Robert Shelton article: "Jeff Beck Group Cheered in Debut", with the byline "British Pop Singers Delight Fillmore East Audience" proclaiming that Beck and his group had upstaged the Grateful Dead. The reviews from The Boston Tea Party were as good or better: "By the time he got to his last number (the fans) were.
  7. Nov 14,  · Jeff Beck Group - Live Filmore Wow. Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by marc, Nov 13, Page We saw that lineup at The Boston Tea Party and/or The Ark. Jeff was on fire, as usual but Ten Years After and The Moody Blues were on the same bill. Nov 14, # dogmeat Tele-Afflicted. Age.
  8. Jan 24,  · From to Steve Nelson produced rock and blues shows at The Boston Tea Party, The Woodrose Ballroom in South Deerfield, MA and Paramount Theatre in Springfield, MA. Now he is a co-founder of the Music Museum Of New England. Charles Giuliano was art director and then music critic for Boston After Dark, which became The Boston Phoenix.

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