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April Wine and Kramer and the Stones

This is a gem of Canadian Music, April Wine opened for the Rolling Stones at the El Mocambo, ala Margaret Trudeau, Ronnie Wood, produced by Ed Kramer, the band sounds hot, highly recommened for April Wine fans, don't hesitate.

Buy this!

Simply one of the best live recordings ever, of any group! April Wine in concert was always good, but in this intimate setting the band kicks it up! Just wish I could have been there! This is the next best thing..."Don't push me around" is the best track! Captures the live energy of the band interacting with the club crowd. I have waited YEARS to find a digital copy of "Live at the El Mocambo" brainer..just buy it!

"From Montreal, welcome April Wine!..."

I have the original 1977 Aquarius Records vinyl version of this in my library. This is not the same album, the “live audience” sounds tinny and fake, and is not the same audience as on the original. On my first listen through, the music sounds the same, but something is off. Even the opening: "From Montreal, welcome April Wine!…," is missing, as I said it is not the same album. I am disappointed.


Formed: 1969 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

April Wine formed in late 1969 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but vocalist/guitarist Myles Goodwyn, guitarist David Henman, drummer Ritchie Henman, and bassist Jimmy Henman soon moved to Montreal. "Fast Train," their first hit, appeared in 1971, the same year as the self-titled debut album. Jimmy Henman left soon after and was replaced by Jimmy Clench. The next year brought the band's first Canadian number one single, "You Could Have Been a Lady," from On Record. David and Ritchie Henman left before the...
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