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Mr. Big Live

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Released  March 28, 1992
Mr. Big Live (1992)  Bump Ahead (1993)
Release date  28 March 1992
Label  Atlantic Records
Length  60:01
Artist  Mr. Big
Producer  Kevin Elson
Genre  Hard rock
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Mr. Big Live (1992)  Raw Like Sushi II (1992)
Similar  Mr Big albums, Hard rock albums

Mr. Big Live is a recording of a live concert by the hard rock band Mr. Big held March 28, 1992 at the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, California. The concert was released as both a compact disc and a video.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy" – 4:23 (Billy Sheehan/Paul Gilbert/Andre Pessis/Pat Torpey/Eric Martin)
  2. "Alive and Kickin'" – 5:12 (Gilbert/Martin/Pessis/Sheehan/Torpey)
  3. "Green-Tinted Sixties Mind" – 3:59 (Gilbert)
  4. "Just Take My Heart" – 3:50 (Martin/Pessis)
  5. "A Little Too Loose" – 6:27 (Gilbert)
  6. "Road to Ruin" – 5:25 (Torpey/Jeff Paris/Gilbert/Sheehan)
  7. "Lucky This Time" – 4:16 (Paris)
  8. "Addicted to That Rush" – 7:09 (Gilbert/Sheehan/Torpey)
  9. "To Be With You" – 4:07 (Martin/David Grahame)
  10. "30 Days in the Hole" – 4:49 (Steve Marriott), originally recorded by Humble Pie on the album Smokin'
  11. "Shy Boy" – 3:36 (Sheehan), originally recorded by Talas on the album Sink Your Teeth Into That - 1982
  12. "Baba O'Riley" – 6:48 (Pete Townshend), originally recorded by The Who on the album Who's Next

Video release

The video release adds the following tracks:

  • "Voodoo Kiss"
  • "Rock & Roll Over"
  • "Take a Walk"
  • Personnel

  • Eric Martin - vocals
  • Paul Gilbert - guitars and backing vocals
  • Billy Sheehan - bass guitar and backing vocals
  • Pat Torpey - drums and backing vocals
  • Production

  • Mixing – Kevin Elson and Tom Size
  • Engineer – Kevin Elson and Tom Size
  • Songs

    1Daddy - Brother - Lover - Little Boy (The Electric Drill Song)4:23
    2Alive and Kickin'5:13
    3Green-Tinted Sixties Mind4:00

    References

    Mr. Big Live Wikipedia


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