The Great American Music Hall is a concert hall in San Francisco, California. It is located on O'Farrell Street in the Tenderloin neighborhood on the same block as the Mitchell Brothers O'Farrell Theatre. It is known for its decorative balconies, columns, and frescoes and for its history of unique entertainment, which has included burlesque dancing as well as jazz, folk music, and rock and roll concerts. The capacity of the hall is 470 people.
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Venue Great American Music Hall (San Francisco, CA). Date Oct 8, 1978. Tenor great Zoot Sims brought his smooth tone and boundless enthusiasm to the Great American Music Hall for a swinging set on October 8, 1978, accompanied by pianist and longtime collaborator Jimmy Rowles, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Mousey Alexander. Just a few weeks shy of his 53rd birthday, Sims was still very much on top of his game throughout his GAMH appearance.
Hits like Rosa Parks put the duo’s hometown Hotlanta on the rap map. Listen here. EWF’s sixth album is make-out music of the gods. Where American white kids got the notion they could play the blues. This band had two kiler guitarists: Michael Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop. Vote for the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees. This represents the beginning of the release of the vault tapes. This show is freakin awsome! Although they didn't play many shows at all in '75, this one makes up for it. One of the best shows I own. The Help on the way/Slipknot! Franklin's tower is PERFECT.
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The album artwork’s got a great photo of lead guitarist Poison Ivy posing in front of the world famous venue. 44 Talking Heads – ‘Stop Making Sense’. Why it’s so good: There’s also an accompanying film with the same title. Why it’s so good: This album documents the joint 1974 American tour of Bob Dylan and The Band. Recorded entirely in Los Angeles (except ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’, which was recorded in NYC), the album was certified platinum. 15 Bill Withers – ‘Live At Carnegie Hall’. Why it’s so good: Forget the Rumble In The Jungle concert with James Brown a year later, this massively underrated effort showcased the soul legend at his absolute prime. 14 Joni Mitchell – ‘Miles Of Aisles’. Why it’s so good: Capturing the bluster and chaos of a rock band live can be hard, but bottling the fragile essence of a fine singer songwriter can be harder.
Dramatic Ethereal Intimate Nocturnal Passionate Sophisticated Uncompromising Volatile. In Concert: Live at Philharmonic Hall. Of the myriad double-live sets Miles Davis recorded in the early '70s, In Concert: Live at Philharmonic Hall is the only one documenting his On the Corner street-funk period, which is immediately obvious from the cover art. Actually, in terms of repertoire, the material from Get Up With It, Big Fun, and A Tribute to Jack Johnson each takes up a greater percentage of space, but the hard-driving rhythms and plentiful effects make it clear which of Davis' fusion aesthetics applied.