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Live: A Week At The Bridge E16 LP+12" 1978
Label: Bridge House Records #: - Country: England
Info: Recorded live at a rather famous English pub. The album consists of one full length LP and one 12" record with 3 tracks on it, and was released in a gatefold sleeve. Reissued on CD and still available from The Bridge House online store.

CONTENT
(bold = exclusive track / normal = non-exclusive track / italic = non-metal)



Side A:
1. ROLL UPS - Everybody's Gotta Have A Hero
  Funky 70s hard rock that reminds me a bit of ANGEL. Features Lea Hart (later of FASTWAY) on vocals.
2. S.A.L.T. - It Hurts Me Too
  Blues rock.
3. S.A.L.T. - Hipshake
  Blues rock.
4. FILTHY MCNASTY - Move Over
  Janis Joplin cover.

Side B:
1. FILTHY MCNASTY - Fire Down Below
  Bob Seger cover.
2. GERRY MCAVOY JAM - Walking In The Sun
  Soul.
3. REMUS DOWN BOULEVARD - Only For You
  Proto-NWOBHM that sounds a bit like THIN LIZZY with some excellent guitar harmonies and solos by Dennis Stratton.
4. FILTHY MCNASTY - Can't Get Next To You
  The Temptations cover.
5. ROLL UPS - Hand Shandy
  On this track they try to be funny, but it just comes off as annoying.

Side C:
1. JACKIE LYNTON'S HAPPY DAYS - You Don't Have To Pay
  Blues rock.

Side D:
1. GERRY MCAVOY JAM - Walkin' The Dog
  Rufus Thomas cover.
2. REMUS DOWN BOULEVARD - Gunrunner
  The weaker of their two tracks, but still enjoyable.


         
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