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The Rockpalast concert recorded on April 11, 2008 in Bonn, is giving a late testimony to Blue Cheer's unbroken stage power: From the soulful blues cover of Mose Allison's "Parchment Farm" of their debut album and the Albert King classic "The Hunter" of their second album "Outsideinside", the clanking and piercing current material of "What Doesn't Kill You..." ("I'm Gonna Get To You", "Rollin' Dem Bones") culminating in - of course - "Summertime Blues", Blue Cheer shine as a thundering triumvirate. A historic recording because only one and a half year later Dickie Peterson died of cancer on October 12, 2009 in his adopted home Germany at the age of 63, thus putting Blue Cheer to an end. Their deafening testimony however, will reverberate for a long time
The Rockpalast concert recorded on April 11, 2008 in Bonn, is giving a late testimony to Blue Cheer's unbroken stage power: From the soulful blues cover of Mose Allison's "Parchment Farm" of their debut album and the Albert King classic "The Hunter" of their second album "Outsideinside", the clanking and piercing current material of "What Doesn't Kill You..." ("I'm Gonna Get To You", "Rollin' Dem Bones") culminating in - of course - "Summertime Blues", Blue Cheer shine as a thundering triumvirate. A historic recording because only one and a half year later Dickie Peterson died of cancer on October 12, 2009 in his adopted home Germany at the age of 63, thus putting Blue Cheer to an end. Their deafening testimony however, will reverberate for a long time
885513907523

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Format: CD
Label: MDIG
Rel. Date: 05/05/2017
UPC: 885513907523

Live At Rockpalast: Bonn 2008
Artist: Blue Cheer
Format: CD
New: Available $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Babylon
2. Parchment Farm
3. I'm Gonna Get to You
4. Rollin' Dem Bones
5. Out of Focus
6. Just a Little Bit
7. Malajusted Child
8. Summertime Blues
9. Doctor Please 1
10. The Hunter 1
11. Babylon 1
12. Parchment Farm 1
13. I'm Gonna Get to You 1
14. Rollin' Dem Bones 1
15. Out of Focus 1
16. Just a Little Bit 1
17. Malajusted Child 1
18. Summertime Blues 1
19. Doctor Please 2
20. The Hunter

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The Rockpalast concert recorded on April 11, 2008 in Bonn, is giving a late testimony to Blue Cheer's unbroken stage power: From the soulful blues cover of Mose Allison's "Parchment Farm" of their debut album and the Albert King classic "The Hunter" of their second album "Outsideinside", the clanking and piercing current material of "What Doesn't Kill You..." ("I'm Gonna Get To You", "Rollin' Dem Bones") culminating in - of course - "Summertime Blues", Blue Cheer shine as a thundering triumvirate. A historic recording because only one and a half year later Dickie Peterson died of cancer on October 12, 2009 in his adopted home Germany at the age of 63, thus putting Blue Cheer to an end. Their deafening testimony however, will reverberate for a long time
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