Ted Nugent Cat Scratch Fever Double Live Gonzo
- Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo Cat Scratch Fever
Jan 01, 1978 Double Live Gonzo! Ted Nugent Rock 1978; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Cat Scratch Fever (Live) 4:49: 5 Motor City Madhouse (Live) 10:35. 2002 Super Hits 1998 Ted Nugent (Bonus Tracks) 1975 Great Gonzos! The Best of Ted Nugent 1980 Cat Scratch Fever (Bonus Tracks) 1977 Free-For-All (Bonus Tracks) 1976 You May Also Like. Apr 19, 2015 Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Stormtroopin' (Live at Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA - August 1977) Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo ℗ 1978 Epic Records, a division of Sony.
|Double Live Gonzo!|
|Live album by |
|Recorded||with Reelsound, Haji Sound ('Stormtroopin'') and Fedco Audio Remote Recorders ('Stranglehold')|
|Genre||Hard rock, heavy metal|
|Producer||Lew Futterman, Tom Werman|
|Ted Nugent chronology|
|Cat Scratch Fever|
|Double Live Gonzo!|
|Singles from Double Live Gonzo!|
- 'Yank Me, Crank Me' (live) / 'Cat Scratch Fever (live)'
|Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal||8/10|
Double Live Gonzo! is a live album by the American hard rock guitarist Ted Nugent, released as a double LP in 1978. In addition to live versions of songs from previous albums, this double album also contains original material played live, including: 'Yank Me, Crank Me' and 'Gonzo'. The album has reached 3× Platinum status in the United States.
All tracks are written by Ted Nugent, except 'Baby Please Don't Go' written by Big Joe Williams.
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|1.||'Just What the Doctor Ordered'||Nashville Municipal Auditorium, July 1977||5:26|
|2.||'Yank Me, Crank Me'||Taylor County Coliseum, Abilene, Texas, November 1977||4:28|
|3.||'Gonzo'||Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, November 1977||3:59|
|4.||'Baby Please Don't Go'||Taylor County Coliseum, Abilene, Texas, November 1977||5:58|
|5.||'Great White Buffalo'||Municipal Auditorium, Dallas, July 1976||6:23|
|6.||'Hibernation'||San Antonio Convention Center, July 1976||16:54|
|1.||'Stormtroopin'||Seattle Center Coliseum, August 1977||8:46|
|2.||'Stranglehold'||Springfield Civic Center, June 1976||11:14|
|3.||'Wang Dang Sweet Poontang'||Nashville Municipal Auditorium, July 1977||6:18|
|4.||'Cat Scratch Fever'||Nashville Municipal Auditorium, July 1977||4:49|
|5.||'Motor City Madhouse'||Municipal Auditorium, Dallas, July 1976||10:35|
- Band members
- Derek St. Holmes – rhythm guitar, lead and backing vocals
- Ted Nugent – lead guitar, backing and lead vocals, arrangements
- Rob Grange – bass
- Cliff Davies – drums, backing vocals
Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo Cat Scratch Fever
- Lew Futterman, Tom Werman – producers
- Ric Browde – assistant to the producers
- Tim Geelan – engineer, mixing at CBS Studios, New York
- Don Puluse – engineer
- Chet Himes, Malcom Harper, Alex Kazanegas, Tom Arrison, Bob Dickson, Perry Cheatham – remote recorders personnel
- Gerard Huerta – lettering
- David Gahr – photography
- John Berg, Paula Scher – design
- Mark Wilder – digital remastering
|1978||RPM100 Albums (Canada)||11|
|Billboard 200 (US)||13|
|Swedish Albums Chart||24|
|UK Album Chart||47|
|1978||'Yank Me, Crank Me'||RPM100 Top Singles (Canada)||56|
|Billboard Hot 100 (US)||58|
|U.S.||RIAA||1999||3× Platinum (3,000,000)|
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