Rock Legends Bundle - Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, Little Feat, & New Riders of the Purple Sage

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Introducing the  Rock Legends Bundle - a powerhouse collection featuring the iconic sounds of Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, the infectious grooves of Little Feat, and the psychedelic vibes of New Riders of the Purple Sage.

Immerse yourself in the timeless energy of rock with this electrifying bundle, where each track is a testament to the genre's enduring influence and innovation.

This bundle includes: 

1. New Riders Of The Purple Sage - Live At The Capitol Theater October 31st, 1975 (2LP)

This album features their historic performance at the Capitol Theatre includes tracks from their latest work, Oh, What A Mighty Time, and highlights from Brujo, Panama Red, and Gypsy Cowboy. Experience the essence of 60s country rock with NRPS in this fully restored WNEW-FM radio broadcast, accompanied by background notes and timeline photos.

2. Little Feat - Alive In America '73 (3LP)

This album features Little Feat's transformative journey, starting with their eponymous debut for Warner Bros. recorded in August and September 1970 and released in January 1971. After a 1972 reformation, the band expanded to a sextet, introducing bassist Kenny Gradney, guitarist Paul Barrere, and percussionist Sam Clayton. This new lineup reshaped their sound, embracing New Orleans funk, leading to the creation of the popular album "Dixie Chicken" (1973), infused with New Orleans influences. The recording, capturing the live energy, was made in Denver on July 20, 1973, between the releases of "Dixie Chicken" and "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" (1974).

3. Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show - Alive In America (LP)

This album features Dr. Hook, an American rock band that originated in Union City, New Jersey, in 1975. Formerly known as Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, they enjoyed substantial commercial success during the 1970s with hits like "Sylvia's Mother" and "The Cover of the Rolling Stone." Known for their later, gentler material, Dr. Hook had eight years of consistent chart hits in both the U.S. and the UK. They also gained recognition for performing songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.