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What Do You Want From Live

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What do you want from live.

The best of any "Tubes" albums and one of the best live Rock albums ever recorded.

WPOD

Can't get any better then the Tubes and Fee Waybill circa 1977-78. Classic mod punk. Surf tunes

A trip back to high school

I recall listening to this live recording on a crummy cassette tape back when this was first released. Thank goodness tapes have long since disappeared, but I was thrilled to see this album available on iTunes. Classic Tubes music presented in a genuinely enjoyable live recording. If the band is touring in your area be sure and make it a point to see them live, even today they can still rock these songs.

Biography

Formed: 1972 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

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

The Tubes were arch satirists of popular culture whose outrageous performance art concepts — which swung wildly from softcore pornography to suit-and-tie conservatism — frequently eclipsed their elusive musical identity. The beginnings of the group originated in Phoenix, Arizona in the late '60s, where guitarist Bill Spooner, keyboardist Vince Welnick, and bassist Rick Anderson formed as the Beans (alternately billing themselves as the Radar Men from Uranus). After moving to San Francisco...
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