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Live! Go For What You Know

Pat Travers Band

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1.1
Hooked On Music (Live)
Pat Travers Band
6:25
1.2
Gettin' Betta (Live)
Pat Travers Band
4:52
1.3
Go All Night (Live)
Pat Travers Band
4:02
1.4
Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights / Live)
Pat Travers Band
5:03
1.5
Stevie (Live)
Pat Travers Band
6:17
1.6
Makin' Magic (Live)
Pat Travers Band
4:00
1.7
Heat In The Street (Live)
Pat Travers Band
4:24
1.8
Makes No Difference (Live)
Pat Travers Band
7:04
Total Playing Time    42:07
Live! Go For What You Know is a live album by the Pat Travers Band, released in 1979 on Polydor Records. The album was recorded on tour in the US in early 1979, and featured the guitar tandem of Travers and Pat Thrall, who had joined the Pat Travers band in 1977 and had recorded Heat In The Street (1978) with them. The album was produced by Tom Allom, who had worked on the first five Black Sabbath albums as a sound engineer, had produced two albums by The Tourists, and would afterward produce nine albums by Judas Priest and the debut album On Through the Night by Def Leppard. Besides praising the guitar playing of Travers and Thrall, critics have also hailed Tommy Aldridge, a drumming pioneer who after leaving the Pat Travers Band played with Ozzy Osbourne; one critic called him "the definitive double bass drummer" on the basis of this album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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