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  1. Live! Blueswailing July '64 is a live album recorded by English blues rock band the Yardbirds in July The recordings were discovered in and the exact date and location of the performance is .
  2. Spread over four discs, this set contains every released recording the Yardbirds made under the leadership of their manager Giorgio Gomelsky from to Among the 89 tracks are the original hit versions of "Heart Full of Soul," "For Your Love," "Shapes of Things," "Still I'm Sad" along with a slew of rarities, alternate takes and an illustrated page booklet.
  3. Eric Clapton / The Yardbirds I Wish You Would Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Yardbirds. For Your Love. Griffin: The Yardbirds. The Yardbirds [Columbia] New Rose Blues: The Yardbirds.
  4. This was the Yardbirds second live recording, the first being Sonny Boy Williamson and the Yardbirds recorded in Eric Clapton's guitar playing is much improved from the earlier recording and this album is a must for fans of Clapton's early blues period/5(54).
  5. 3 cd set 69 remastered and restored tracks from together for the first time on one release featuring eric clapton, jeff beck and jimmy page Repertoire Records presents the most comprehensive collection of the Yardbirds BBC ‘live’ recordings ever released, bringing .
  6. The Yardbirds were an English rock group, that had a string of Top 40 radio hits in mids in the UK and the US and introduced guitarists Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy verlodeveganodelandcodoubsiobel.coinfo first album released in the UK, Five Live Yardbirds (), represented their early club performances with Clapton. The Yardbirds' first American album, For Your Love (), was released to capitalise on Anthologies: 9+.
  7. Two CD archive release. Yardbirds '68 presents an track double album produced by legendary guitarist and producer Jimmy Page. This special album features remixed live recordings from the Anderson Theater in March alongside studio sketches recorded in the same era and the album features music from The Yardbirds members Jim McCarty, Chris Dreja, Jimmy Page and Keith Relf/5().

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