New Riders Of The Purple Sage - 12/5/72 Boston Music Hall (2 CDs)

Fresh on the heels of the October, 1972 release of their third album, Gypsy Cowboy, the New Riders of the Purple Sage embarked on an East Coast tour that would quickly solidify their reputation as America's premier psychedelic-country-rock outfit. Pulling into the historic confines of Tremont Street's Boston Music Hall on a Tuesday night in December, the New Riders had their engines primed and delivered a powerful set of originals that included "Sutter's Mill," "Groupie" and "Whiskey" from Gypsy Cowboy, and fan favorites "Truck Drivin' Man," "Hello Mary Lou" and the stompin' show closer "Willie And The Hand Jive."

Disc 1
1. Truck Drivin' Man mp3
2. Whatcha Gonna Do mp3
3. Hello Mary Lou mp3
4. Rainbow mp3
5. Down in the Boondocks mp3
6. Portland Woman mp3
7. She's No Angel mp3
8. School Days mp3
9. Henry mp3
10. Long Black Veil mp3
11. Sailin' mp3
12. Contract mp3
13. Glendale Train mp3
14. Louisiana Lady mp3

Disc 2
1. I Don't Know You
2. Sutter's Mill
3. Groupie
4. Whiskey
5. Last Lonely Eagle
6. Willie and the Hand Jive
7. ... Mama
8. Honky Tonk Women