Description: Great Live Rendition ...Grand funk in their PrimeMark Farner - guitar, vocalsMel Schacher - bassDon Brewer - drumsCraig Frost, keyboard________________**"I am in no way associated with the content of this video, and in no form am I trying to take credit for the content shown."This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is 1.)noncommercial 2) transformative in nature, and 3.) does not compete with the original work and could have no negative affect on it's market.***
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grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits
Grand Funks awesome rocking tune from 1971's release, 'E Pluribus Funk'
Mark Farner & N'rG performing Footstompin' Music @ Ichycoo, Tenn. 2001. Everyone cick on the link below & sign the online petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now: www.petitiononline.com Come on everybody, were gonna have a good time, yeah, Gimmie all...
Grand Funk Railroad: Mark Farner (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Don Bewer (vocals, drums); Mel Schacher (bass). Craig Frost (Keyboards) Recorded live at Madison Square Garden on December 23rd 1972. Nothing gets the blood flowing on a Sunday morning like this song. I think the original video was captured off of someones TV set so the audio is not that good either. That makes it really hard to follow as well cause it speeds up and slows down a bit.. But look at their faces - they are all having such "a good time" that night. I believe that this was also the night that their manager wanted to stop this show with a NYC sheriff due to the lawsuit that was between them! This is a great video that captures them at the prime in a live environment. You hear Don in the background letting out his emotions every 10 seconds with a lot of "Yeah's" If you watch the ending, Mark almost wipes out. Looks like he slipped on something. Might have been a banana peel or something. That would have sucked. Such a great performance only to end it with a wipe out. I hope I breathed a little life into this song and added some fidelity to a otherwise flat recording. You can see a better quality version at thedrumchannel.net
Still NOT In The Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Fame?? WHAT! Are Those Suits Crazy?....Yes. What A Total Unwarranted Snub. It's Pathetic Frankly That ABBA Is In... And GFR Is Out. Please Name For Me ONE Rock 'N' Roll Song By ABBA......Didn't Think So. Should Be Called The Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Sham, Shame Or Lame. But Then, I've Given Up On The RRHOF. So, Without Further Delay.....Let Us Crank Up Some Real Rock From 1971-1972 In The Form Of "Footstompin' Music! A #29 Hit On The Billboard "Hot 100".
Original CapitolRecords #3255 Radio Station Promotional Copy. Debut 1/8/1972 Peaked at #29 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. One of their biggest records at the time, this set them up for the monster #1 hits to follow in 1973 - "We're An American Band", "Loco-Motion", etc. For more great music like this, tune into REWOUND Radio found here: rewoundradio.com Channel WABCRADIO77 is a proud supporter of the "Oldies Message Board" found at this link: www.oldiesboard.com If you like oldies music, then please check out the message board, for that is where many oldies fans are "hanging out" and posting lots of cool stuff about the music you love!
Jaming at home with my warwick thumb
Mel Schacher -- Bass Don Brewer -- Drums,Vocals Mark Farner -- Organ,Guitar,Vocals
www.petitiononline.com Grand Funk Railroad - Flight Of The Phoenix & Footstompin' Music performed live @ Madison Square Garden. The special Christmas show that was recorded for the 'In Concert' series. Yes, this is the real deal, the Grand Funk Railroad we all love with Mark Farner on lead...
This performance was recorded at Kory Caudill's Senior Recital at Belmont University on October 9, 2009. This Grand Funk Railroad tune appeared on their album E Pluribus Funk. This performance features: Kory Caudill - Piano Matt Reviere - Guitar and Lead Vocals James Whited - Guitar and Backing Vocals Vinay Shroff - Percussion Greg Dampier - Drums Justin Smith - Bass
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