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The Lost Concert
Boz Scaggs
The Lost Concert
Genres: Pop, Rock
  •  Track Listings (14) - Disc #1


CD Details

All Artists: Boz Scaggs
Title: The Lost Concert
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Orpheus Records
Release Date: 9/11/2001
Genres: Pop, Rock
Style: Soft Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 757667058225

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CD Reviews

Poor Quality Bootleg
Jen Simpson | Clearwater Beach, FL | 10/24/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)

"The Paramount Theatre March 10, 1974 RecordingsThe tracks you find on this boot CD (touted as a commercial release... but not!), are from the Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA March 10th, 1974 performance. KSAN radio recorded the last night of three performances by Boz and that original recording is far superior. The "Lost" part comes from what happened between the original KSAN recordings and this boot release! Although an awful mess with poor sound quality, severe distortion, and mislabeled titles... some of us die-hard Boz fans still paid for it just to get the liner. Correct set list and players include:1. I'll Be Long Gone
2. Pain Of Love
3. Take It For Granted
4. Let It Happen
5. Hercules
6. Near You
7. Slow Dancer
8. Dinah Flo
9. Might Have To Cry
10. Painted Bells
11. Moments
12. Monkey Time
13. There Is Someone Else
14. Runnin' BlueBoz - Lead vocals, guitar
Les Dudek - Lead guitar
Joachim Jymm Young - Keyboards
Chris Michie - GuitarGene Santini - Bass
Rich Schlosser - Drums
Julia Tillman, Caroline Willis & Merna Matthews - Backing Vocals
Orchestra conducted by Fred Merge
*Special Guest - Steve Miller"
Mike | San Jose, CA United States | 10/01/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)

"A very average performance combined with the worst audio I've ever heard on a commercially released CD make this a guaranteed disappointment!"
What Might Have Been....
Mike | 10/19/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)

"....a choice document of pre-stardom Boz is badly mauled by the quality of the recording. The worst part is it seems it may have been professionally done at the time, but since then has inadvertently been dragged across the bottom of an ocean, perhaps. It is, in fact, in stereo; so it's not the variety of "bootleg" that was recorded on someone's hand-held machine. The main problem is the heavy distortion involved with the left channel only. Also the fact that each track is separated by silence from the next. Certainly doesn't give you the feeling of "being there". The performance itself seems to be worth hearing - Boz is in fine voice and the band is aided and abetted by what seems to be a fairly large orchestra. So - if you're big on Boz AND you really want to hear these songs live AND you put the emphasis on the right channel AND you can overlook the fact that there is no hint of the sound quality on the packaging - this COULD be worth your while. Otherwise, check out the Fade Into Light import for a quality rarity."