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The Yardbirds & Dave Mason: Westbury, NY, September 9, 2011

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The Yardbirds and Dave Mason NYCB Theatre at Westbury Westbury, New York September 9, 2011 Three members of the Rock 'N' Roll Hall of Fame touched down in Westbury New York on a cool and pleasant Friday evening in early September. The crowd, featuring fans of all ages, buzzed with anticipation as they discussed their anticipated and hoped-for song offerings from both The Yardbirds and Dave Mason. “Do you think they'll play 'Little Games'?" They ...

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The Yardbirds: Live! Blueswailing July '64

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The Yardbirds Live! Blueswailing July '64 Castle 2003

As advice to anyone building a collection of live recordings, one could scarcely go wrong with the acknowledged classics--sets by Otis Redding, the Who, the Stones' Get YerYa-Ya's Out! Combined with a few esoteric items--the Shadows of Knight at theCellar Club, the Stooges' last show, and Hank Williams' Health and Happiness programs, one can actually span a range of genres and styles, charting how one era, ...