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Hot Rize - Live in Kansas 1986

By Mandolin Cafe
November 16, 2010 - 3:15 pm

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Hot Rize - Live in Kansas 1986

Hot Rize - Live in Kansas 1986

Acoustic Oasis has announced the release of a new live recording from Hot Rize, captured on tape at the Winfield High School Auditorium in Winfield, Kansas on March 15, 1986.

This exceptional live recording was chosen by the band as one of their very best performances and includes many of their classic tunes known well to fans of bluegrass music. Included in the digital download is an appearance by the Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers.

Band members on this recording included Tim O'Brien on mandolin and vocals, Pete "Dr. Banjo" Wernick on 5-string banjo and vocals, Nick Forster on bass and vocals, and the late Charles Sawtelle on guitar and vocals.

Selections, Disc 1:
Introduction by Orin Friesen
Blue Night
Hard Pressed
Band Intros
Wild Ride
Walk The Way The Wind Blows
High Road
If I Lose
Radio Boogie
Untold Stories
Footsteps So Near
Leather Britches

Selections, Disc 2:
Trailblazer Intro
In The Jailhouse Now
Slade's Theme/I Know My Baby Loves Me
Red Remembers The 60s
Your Red Wagon
Waldo Talks
Land's End
High On A Mountain
Shady Grove
Midnight On The Highway

Additional information:
Purchase: From amazon.com
Purchase: From Acoustic Oasis
Acoustic Oasis


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November 16, 2010 04:01 PM
Nice to see Red and the boys onboard too.....
Bill Van Liere
November 18, 2010 10:07 AM
Slade lives on!
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