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The Captain's Last Live Concert


Download links and information about The Captain's Last Live Concert by Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:17:09 minutes.

Artist: Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:17:09
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No. Title Length
1. Hair Pie Bake III (Bass Solo) [Live] 1:05
2. Hair Pie Bake III (Full Band Version) [Live] 2:32
3. Nowadays a Woman's Gotta Hit a Man (Live) 4:07
4. I Wanna Find a Woman That'll Hold My Big Toe (Live) 1:49
5. Hot Head (Live) 3:29
6. Ashtray Heart (Live) 3:34
7. Dirty Blue Gene (Live) 3:44
8. The Smithsonian Institute Blues (Or the Big Dig) [Live] 2:13
9. Best Batch Yet (Live) 4:42
10. Band Intro (Live) 0:40
11. Safe As Milk (Live) 3:35
12. One Red Rose That I Mean (Live) 2:11
13. Sue Egypt (Live) 2:39
14. Doctor Dark (Live) 3:30
15. Bat Chain Puller (Live) 5:53
16. My Human Gets Me Blues (Live) 3:19
17. Sheriff of Hong Kong (Live) 6:09
18. Kandy Korn (Live) 4:45
19. Suction Prints (Live) 4:35
20. Big Eyed Beans from Venus (Live) 4:38
21. Orange Claw Hammer (Live) 4:10
22. Captain Beefheart Speaks (featuring Captain Beefheart) 2:31
23. Ry Cooder Talks About Working With the Captain and the Magic Band (featuring Ry Cooder) 1:19



Those lucky enough to have seen Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band in concert witnessed an act of convulsive musical alchemy. On stage, the Captain carried himself with the unhinged authority of a shaman as he led his group through feats of sonic contortion and unexpected glory. The Captain’s Last Live Concert is among the fugitive recordings that have surfaced over the years from various parts of the globe. The set list includes material from both Beefheart’s seminal early-‘70s period (“Hair Pie Bake III,” “The Smithsonian Institute Blues,” ”Big Eyed Beans From Venus”) and his fruitful “comeback” years that began later in the decade (“Hot Head,” “Bat Chain Puller,” “Sue Egypt”). Though the sound quality is often only fair, the Captain’s raw-throated vocals and brawny harmonica playing comes through, as does the Magic Band’s volatile on-stage power. The album is rounded out by some interesting flotsam, including interview excerpts and a studio recording of “Orange Claw Hammer” that sounds quite different from the version found on CB’s legendary Trout Mask Replica.