Live at the El Mocambo (April Wine album)

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Live at the El Mocambo
Live album by April Wine
Released 1977 (1977)
Recorded El Mocambo club, Toronto
Genre Rock
Length 39:17
Label Aquarius, London
Producer Eddie Kramer
April Wine chronology
Forever for Now
Live at the El Mocambo
First Glance
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Live at the El Mocambo is the second live album by the Canadian rock band April Wine, released in 1977.[1] It was recorded during a performance at Toronto's El Mocambo club[2] when April Wine opened for the Rolling Stones during one of the surprise club appearances for which the Stones are renowned,[3][4] and during which they recorded part of their own live album Love You Live (1977). Live at the El Mocambo was produced and engineered by Eddie Kramer,[5] best known for his work with the Stones, Jimi Hendrix, and Led Zeppelin.[6][7] Partly owing to Kramer's input, the album features a somewhat more raw-sounding April Wine than most fans are used to from the band's more conventionally produced studio albums. Among April Wine's many albums, Live at the El Mocambo has tended to be overshadowed by the more commercially successful Harder, Faster (1979) and The Nature of the Beast (1981). It was released on CD in March, 2010 on Unidisc.

Other artists who have also recorded live albums at the El Mocambo include Elvis Costello,[2] Starz, Stevie Ray Vaughan,[2] Moxy, and Zoobombs.

Track listing[edit]

Side one:

  1. "Teenage Love" – (B. Segarini) – 3:36
  2. "Tonite is a Wonderful Time to Fall in Love" – (M. Goodwyn) – 4:01
  3. "Juvenile Delinquent" – (B. Segarini) – 4:53
  4. "Don't Push Me Around" – (M. Goodwyn) – 6:19

Side two:

  1. "Oowatanite" – (J. Clench) – 4:23
  2. "Drop Your Guns" – (D. Henman) – 4:22
  3. "Slow Poke" – (M. Goodwyn) – 4:30
  4. "She's No Angel" – (M. Goodwyn, G. Moffet) – 3:21
  5. "You Could Have Been a Lady" – (E. Brown, T. Wilson) – 3:52



  1. ^ a b "Live at the El Mocambo overview at AllMusic". Retrieved 2010-05-27. 
  2. ^ a b c " - Production and Engineering". Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  3. ^ "CBC News - Nova Scotia - April Wine added to Canadian Hall of Fame". 2010-02-09. Retrieved 2010-05-27. 
  4. ^ "The Whig Standard - Snub hits sour note". Retrieved 2009-04-02. 
  5. ^ a b "Live at the El Mocambo credits at AllMusic". Retrieved 2010-05-27. 
  6. ^ "allmusic - Eddie Kramer, Credits". Retrieved 2008-10-02. 
  7. ^ "Kramer Archives - Discography". Retrieved 2008-10-02.