10/14/09

Mr. Big - Live in San Francisco - Hard rock, heavy metal, power pop great concert band


Mr. Big - Live in San Francisco - Hard rock, heavy metal, power pop great concert band
51.30 minutes
Mr. Big Live is a recording of a live concert held March 28, 1992 at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, California. The concert was released as both a compact disc and a video.
Mr Big is a hard rock group that formed in 1988. The band is a quartet composed of Eric Martin (vocals), Paul Gilbert (guitar), Billy Sheehan (bass), and Pat Torpey (drums); Mr Big also included Richie Kotzen, a reputable blues-based guitarist who replaced Gilbert in 1999. The band is noted especially for their musicianship, and scored a number of hits. Their songs were often marked by strong vocals and vocal harmonies. Their hits include "To Be With You" (Billboard Hot 100 number one single in 15 countries for weeks, in 1991) and "Green-Tinted Sixties Mind".

Mr. Big - Live in San Francisco - Hard rock, heavy metal, power pop great concert band

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Track listing
"Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy" – 4:23 (Billy Sheehan/Paul Gilbert/Andre Pessis/Pat Torpey/Eric Martin)
"Alive and Kickin'" – 5:12 (Gilbert/Martin/Pessis/Sheehan/Torpey)
"Green-Tinted Sixties Mind" – 3:59 (Gilbert)
"Just Take My Heart" – 3:50 (Martin/Pessis)
"A Little Too Loose" – 6:27 (Gilbert)
"Road to Ruin" – 5:25 (Torpey/Jeff Paris/Gilbert/Sheehan)
"Lucky This Time" – 4:16 (Paris)
"Addicted to That Rush" – 7:09 (Gilbert/Sheehan/Torpey)
"To Be With You" – 4:07 (Martin/David Grahame)
"30 Days In the Hole" – 4:49 (Steve Marriott), originally recorded by Humble Pie on the album Smokin'
"Shy Boy" – 3:36 (Sheehan), originally recorded by David Lee Roth on the album Eat 'Em and Smile
"Baba O'Riley" – 6:48 (Pete Townshend), originally recorded by The Who on the album Who's Next

Personnel
Eric Martin - vocals
Paul Gilbert - guitars and backing vocals
Billy Sheehan - bass guitar and backing vocals
Pat Torpey - drums and backing vocals

Mr Big's remained active and popular for over two decades, despite internal conflicts and changing music trends. They broke up in 2002, but after requests from fans reunited in 2009; their first tour was in Japan, in June 2009, in Thailand, in September 16 2009 (Mr.Big Reunion Live in Bangkok).

Band members
Eric Martin – lead vocals (1988–2002, 2009)
Pat Torpey – drums, percussion (1988–2002, 2009)
Billy Sheehan – bass guitar (1988–2002, 2009)
Paul Gilbert – guitar (1988–1997, 2009)
Former member
Richie Kotzen – guitar (1999–2002)

See Mr. Big - Farewell Live in Japan
Thank you Wikipedia
Mr. Big - Live in San Francisco - Hard rock, heavy metal, power pop great concert band

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