14 Songs, 59 Minutes

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5 out of 5

26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Eddie and The Tide! Live!

ekwang

I never had a chance to see Eddie and The Tide live in concert at the Keystone or in Santa Cruz, but this album, their first since the late 80's/early 90's, is a great collection of songs from a show and their new track, San Jose Serenade, is absolutely rocking. Brings back memories of when I was going to school at SJSU.

Thanks guys for releasing this treasure and hope to see you at a reunion show in the SF Bay Area someday soon!

Takes me back!

Woji

Such a great album, takes me back in time! Can't wait to hear more new stuff.

Wow! Blast from the Past.

sundoggy

The original Eddie and the Tide EP (that's vinyl) and first 2 real albums (one was on CD!) were my last hold outs on vinyl, because they weren't available any other way. So, kept checking here and was blown away not only to find them (well not the EP, but looks like most of the songs are here), but wow, a new live album…January 2012?

I saw these guys countless times at the Palo Alto, Berkeley and SF Keystones, plus some other less travelled venues. Always a great show. Great to hear this again and good luck with the come back! Guess I can throw out the turntable now:-)

About Eddie and the Tide

The quintet from Berkeley, CA, were led by vocalist Eddie Rice and included guitarist Johnny Perri, keyboardist Cazz McCaslin, bassist George Diebold, and drummer Scott Mason. Their 1985 major-label debut, Go Out & Get It, was fairly straightforward barroom rock with a hint of new wave mannerisms. The brooding, mid-tempo "One in a Million" became a hit at AOR radio in late summer and the song spent two weeks on the pop charts (peaking at number 85). Two years later, the track "Power Play" would appear on the gold-selling soundtrack to the smash movie Lost Boys. ~ Tom Demalon

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