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The Yardbirds

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Issued at the end of 1964 on the British Columbia label (an imprint of EMI, not to be confused with Columbia Records in the U.S.), Five Live Yardbirds was the Yardbirds' first LP following two singles, "I Wish You Would" and "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl." (Although four cuts were included on the 1965 U.S. LP Having a Rave Up released on Epic Records, the album went unreleased in its original form in America until 1988 when it appeared on Rhino Records.) It had been recorded at the Marquee Club in London on March 20, 1964. Live recordings of club dates were hardly typical for British rock bands at the time, but Five Live Yardbirds captures a group at the height of the London R&B boom. The Yardbirds' set consists entirely of American blues and R&B songs from the repertoires of performers such as Chuck Berry, Howlin' Wolf, the Isley Brothers, John Lee Hooker, and Bo Diddley. They put their own stamp on the material, speeding the tempos and playing with passion, especially in singer Keith Relf's harmonica work and Eric Clapton's lead guitar playing. The checkered history of the Yardbirds' early recordings dates from their split with Marquee Club owner Giorgio Gomelsky, their first manager, in early 1966, and his acquisition of their catalog up to that point. Gomelsky marketed it indiscriminately, leading to numerous versions of the original packagings. This one wisely expands the original ten-track LP by including the A- and B-sides of the Yardbirds' first three singles, the third being "For Your Love," the song that marked their transition to being more of a pop/rock group with its arrangement heavily featuring harpsichord and bongos, as well as the final appearance of Clapton. The Yardbirds of 1964 are heard almost in their entirety here.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1963 en Surrey, England

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '10s

The Yardbirds are mostly known to the casual rock fan as the starting point for three of the greatest British rock guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. Undoubtedly, these three figures did much to shape the group's sound, but throughout their career, the Yardbirds were very much a unit, albeit a rather unstable one. And they were truly one of the great rock bands; one whose contributions went far beyond the scope of their half dozen or so mid-'60s hits ("For Your Love," "Heart Full...
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