The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn

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The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn
The First Barbarian.jpg
Live album by Ronnie Wood
Released 22 October 2007
Recorded 14 July 1974 at Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre, London, England
Genre Rock
Label Wooden Records
Ronnie Wood chronology
Ronnie Wood Anthology: The Essential Crossexion
(2006)Ronnie Wood Anthology: The Essential Crossexion2006
The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn
(2007)
I Feel Like Playing
(2010)I Feel Like Playing2010

The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn is a concert album plus DVD by Ronnie Wood and band. The material was recorded and filmed in July 1974 at one of two performances at London's Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre to promote Wood's album I've Got My Own Album to Do.[1][2]

At the time of the concert the band was billed as Woody and Friends.[1] The name First Barbarians is a retronym referring to The New Barbarians, the band Wood put together for a six-week tour in 1979, whose lineup included three of the musicians who played at the July 1974 Kilburn gigs (Wood, Keith Richards and Ian McLagan).

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Intro" - instrumental
  2. "Am I Grooving You" (Bert Russell/Jeff Barry)
  3. "Cancel Everything" (Ronnie Wood)
  4. "Mystifies Me" (Wood) - with Rod Stewart sharing vocals
  5. "Take a Look at the Guy" (Wood) - with Rod Stewart vocals
  6. "Act Together" (Jagger/Richards)
  7. "Shirley" (Wood)
  8. "Forever" (Wood)
  9. "Sure the One You Need" (Jagger/Richards) - Keith Richards on lead vocals
  10. "I Can't Stand the Rain" (Don Bryant/Ann Peebles/Bernard Miller)
  11. "Crotch Music" (Willie Weeks) - instrumental
  12. "I Can Feel the Fire" (Wood)

DVD[edit]

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Am I Grooving You"
  3. "Cancel Everything"
  4. "If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody" (Rudy Clark) - with Rod Stewart sharing vocals
  5. "Mystifies Me"
  6. "Take a Look at the Guy"
  7. "Act Together"
  8. "Shirley"
  9. "Forever"
  10. "Sure the One You Need"
  11. "Crotch Music"
  12. "I Can Feel the Fire"

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "liner notes to The First Barbarians: Live from Kilburn". Wooden Records. October 2007. 
  2. ^ McLagan, Ian (2000). All the Rage (revised edition). Pan Books. pp. pg. 226. ISBN 0-330-37673-X.