Groundhogs - Groundhogs Night Live (1994)[2CD set]




Live, released in 1994 

Editorial Reviews
Full title, Groundhog Night-Groundhogs Live. UK only 18-track double-disc release. Talking Elephant Records. 2006. 
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 ..../....re-formed Groundhogs live in concert in the 1990s. The sound is very heavy, and heavily electric, with amplification more suited to late 1960s/early 1970s arena rock than mid-1960s blues-rock. Thus, the covers of standards like Muddy Waters' "Still a Fool," "No More Doggin'," and "I Want You to Love Me," and Willie Dixon's "Shake For Me" won't be to every taste, although McPhee's own established showcases, such as "Split Pts. 1 and 2" and "Thank Christ for the Bomb," fare reasonably well, and we even get a pleasing, restrained run through of "Groundhog Blues."

Tracks Listing

Disc 1:
1. Shake for Me (3:36)
2. No More Doggin' (7:37)
3. Eccentric Man (5:01)
4. 3744 James Road (6:56)
5. I Want You to Love Me (4:54)
6. Garden (5:32)
7. Split, Pt. 1 (8:06)
8. Split, Pt. 2 (8:00)

Time 49:42


Disc 2:
1. Still a Fool (8:15)
2. I Love You Miss Ogyny (5:46)
3. Thank Christ for the Bomb (3:00)
4. Soldier (4:15)
5. Mistreated (7:17)
6. Me and the Devil Blues (4:14)
7. Cherry Red (12:22)
8. Groundhog Blues (4:01)
9. Been There, Done That (3:20)
10. Down in the Bottom (5:52)

Time 58:22

Total time 108:04

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