℗ 2021 UMG Recordings; A Geffen Records Release

Live In Concert

James Gang

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Stop (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
You're Gonna Need Me (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Take A Look Around (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Tend My Garden (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Ashes The Rain And I (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Walk Away (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Lost Woman (Live At Carnegie Hall / 1971)
James Gang
Total Playing Time    43:24
Live in Concert is a live album by the James Gang, released in September 1971. It contains highlights of a May 15, 1971 performance at Carnegie Hall, New York City. This album is the last James Gang release to feature Joe Walsh as guitarist and vocalist and Bill Szymczyk as producer and engineer. The album reached Gold status in June 1972.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Studio Masters

Tracks 1-7 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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