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Rocket 88 (album)

Rocket 88
Live album by Rocket 88
Released March 1981
Recorded Rotation Club, Hanover, Germany (November 1979)
Genre Boogie-woogie, blues
Label Atlantic
Producer Ian "Stu" Stewart
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Rocket 88 is an album recorded live in Germany in 1981 by the boogie-woogie band Rocket 88. The band had a casual line-up, and founder/producer/band-member Stewart in his liner notes makes reference to the other "permanent" band-members who were not present for that particular recording. Although it is rumoured that there are numerous bootleg live takes from other concerts, it is the band's only officially released album. It was recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.

Track listing

Side 1

1. "Rocket 88" (Pete Johnson) 7:27

2. "Waiting For The Call" (Jack Bruce/Peter Brown) 10:16

3. "St. Louis Blues" (W.C. Handy) 7:55

Side 2

4. "Roll 'Em Pete" (Pete Johnson/Joe Turner) 5:52

5. "Swindon Swing" (Colin Smith) 7:34

6. "Roadhouse Boogie" (Pete Johnson) 7:17

7. "Talking About Louise" (Alexis Korner) 5:14

Line-up


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