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|It's a Beautiful Day|
It's a Beautiful Day at Carnegie Hall
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
As the title implies, this CD captures the Bay Area-based It's a Beautiful Day in concert at the venerable New York City performance Mecca Carnegie Hall in 1972. It's A Beautiful Day were one of the finest Psychedelic Folk... more »
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As the title implies, this CD captures the Bay Area-based It's a Beautiful Day in concert at the venerable New York City performance Mecca Carnegie Hall in 1972. It's A Beautiful Day were one of the finest Psychedelic Folk-Rock acts to emerge from the fertile late '60s/early '70s San Francisco scene with two albums (It's A Beautiful Day and Marrying Maiden) still selling well as catalog titles nearly 40 years after their original release! The band was led by violin virtuoso David LaFlamme (who was an early member of Dan Hicks And His Hot Licks), and their recorded legacy and loyal fan base have kept the band's flag flying for four decades. Eight tracks including 'White Bird', 'Angels And Animals' and 'Bombay Calling'. Sony. 2005.
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Live Beautiful Day
Carlo | 07/04/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Couple good renditions but pretty poor sonics and a number of forgettable tunes. Their studio album "It's a Beautiful Day" remains the one to own."
Classic Live S.F. sound
I. Stewart | 07/16/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This CD rates with the best of the classic San Fransisco sound live album releases. If you enjoyed Grateful Dead's, Live/Dead, Jefferson Airplane's, Bless It's Pointed Little Head, and Quicksilver's, Happy Trails CDs, you will probably love this one too."
Great old music relived
Gayle A. Stephenson | Palm Harbor, FL, USA | 04/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When I saw that I could purchase this band on CD, I went for it. This band was very unusual for their time, the music and words were very memorable. The CD was a great price and well worth it. Patti Santos has such a powerful voice like Grace Slick, and David LaFlamme's voice and violin were very impressive for me back in the 70's, and after hearing this CD again after 30 years...they still are! The music this band made was so cool. Sort of a mixture of classical/rock/blues/with just a twist of Eastern Indian in a couple songs...weird, but interesting to listen to. White Bird is my favorite from this group."