James Gang Live in Concert

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Live in Concert
Live album by James Gang
Released September 1971 (1971-09)
Recorded May 15, 1971, Carnegie Hall
Genre Rock, Hard rock
Length 43:44
Label ABC
ABCX 733
Producer James Gang
James Gang chronology
Live in Concert
Straight Shooter
(1972)Straight Shooter1972

Live in Concert is a live album by the James Gang, released in September 1971.[1] It contains highlights of a May 15, 1971 performance at Carnegie Hall, New York City. This album is the last James Gang release to feature Joe Walsh as guitarist and vocalist and Bill Szymczyk as producer and engineer.

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars [2]
Billboard 3/5 stars (favorable)[1]

Writing for AllMusic, critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote the album "Live in Concert captures much of the energy of their live performances, with Joe Walsh's guitar solos catching fire on nearly every song. However, the record also makes it clear that he was beginning to outgrow the confines of the James Gang..."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Joe Walsh, except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "Stop" (Jerry Ragovoy, Mort Shuman) 4:05
2. "You're Gonna Need Me" (Albert King) 7:30
3. "Take a Look Around" 3:50
4. "Tend My Garden" 3:45
5. "Ashes, the Rain and I" (Dale Peters. Walsh) 2:40
6. "Walk Away" 3:30
7. "Lost Woman" (Jeff Beck, Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith) 18:20


The complete concert has circulated throughout the internet as a download and has several additional tracks:

  1. "Midnight Man"
  2. "Asshtonpark"
  3. "The Bomber"
  4. "Garden Gate"
  5. "Funk 49"
  6. "Woman"
  7. "White Man, Black Man"
  8. "Thanks"
  9. "Again"
  10. "Johnny B. Goode"




Year Chart Position
1971 Pop Albums 24


  1. ^ a b "Billboard Album Reviews". Billboard. 1971-09-11. p. 21. Retrieved 2010-09-15. 
  2. ^ a b Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "James Gang Live in Concert > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved July 9, 2011.