Rare Earth ‎– Rare Earth In Concert

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Rare Earth ‎– R 534D
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 I Just Want To Celebrate
Written-By – D. Fekaris*, N. Zesses*
4:50
A2 Hey, Big Brother
Written-By – D. Fekaris*, N. Zesses*
7:24
A3 Born To Wander
Written-By – T. Baird*
4:24
B Get Ready
Written-By – W. Robinson*
23:38
C1 What'd I Say
Written-By – R. Charles*
6:31
C2 Thoughts
Written-By – E. Guzman*, G. Bridges*, J. Persh*, M. Olson*, P. Hoorelbeke*, R. Monette*
10:53
D1 (I Know) I'm Losing You
Written-By – C. Grant*, E. Holland*, N. Whitfield*
14:09
D2 Nice To Be With You
Written-By – M. Olson*, P. Hoorelbeke*, R. Monette*
2:15

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Notes

Newly recorded, "live" versions of Rare Earth's greatest hits.

Recorded live at Jacksonville, Florida - Civic Coliseum; Miami, Florida - Marine Stadium; Ithaca, New York - Cornell University; and at The Pharmacy. "Nice To Be With You" recorded at Motown Studios.

Packaged in a "uni-pack" styled cover with top flap that opened up housing both records. Inside was an 11x12 inch (cover thickness) color one sided poster.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
R 534D-1 DJ R 534D-2 DJ Rare Earth Rare Earth In Concert(2xLP, Album, Promo) Rare Earth R 534D-1 DJ R 534D-2 DJ US 1971 Sell This Version
3746354432 Rare Earth Rare Earth In Concert(CD, Album, RE) Motown 3746354432 US Unknown Sell This Version
M 5534 Rare Earth Rare Earth In Concert Vol. 1(Cass, Album) Rare Earth M 5534 US Unknown Sell This Version
SRESP 301 Rare Earth Rare Earth In Concert(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Rare Earth SRESP 301 UK 1972 Sell This Version
5C 188-93166, 5C 188-93167, 1C 188-93166/67 Rare Earth Rare Earth In Concert(2xLP, Album, RE) Rare Earth, EMI-Bovema Holland, Rare Earth 5C 188-93166, 5C 188-93167, 1C 188-93166/67 Netherlands Unknown Sell This Version

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TommyRJohnsson

TommyRJohnsson

July 3, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
My version looks exactly like the UK SRESP 301, except it says NCB on the labels. That would make it a scandinavian pressing, but there isn't one in the list.