VA – The First British R&B Festival, February 28 1964 (1972/2020)

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Tracklist:

01 – Bob Wooler – Spoken Introduction to the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
02 – The Spencer Davis Group (R&B Quartet) – Dimples (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
03 – The Liverpool Roadrunners – You Gonna Make It If You Try (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
04 – The Liverpool Roadrunners – Mary Ann (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
05 – Long John Baldry – Bright Lights, Big City (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
06 – Long John Baldry – The 2.19 (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
07 – The Spencer Davis Group (R&B Quartet) – Night Time Is the Right Time (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
08 – The Yardbirds – Slow Walk (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
09 – The Yardbirds – Highway 69 (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
10 – The Yardbirds – My Little Cabin (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
11 – Sonny Boy Williamson – Bye, Bye, Bird (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)
12 – Everyone (Spencer Davis Group – The Liverpool Roadrunners – Got My Mojo Working (All Star Jam) (Recorded Live at the First Rhythm & Blues Festival in England – Birmingham Town Hall, February 28, 1964)

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