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Download links and information about Stagepass by Michael Stanley Band. This album was released in 1977 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:10:34 minutes.

Artist: Michael Stanley Band
Release date: 1977
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:10:34
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No. Title Length
1. Midwest Midnight (Live) 6:08
2. One Good Reason (Live) 5:50
3. Real Good Time (Live) 4:50
4. Nothing's Gonna Change My Mind (Live) 4:18
5. Calcutta Auction (Live) 5:08
6. Movin' Right Along (Live) 9:34
7. Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Live) 4:41
8. Waste a Little Time On Me (Live) 3:52
9. Pierette (Live) 3:26
10. Rosewood Bitters (Live) 5:02
11. Wild Sanctuary (Live) 4:21
12. Let's Get the Show On the Road (Live) 8:20
13. Strike Up the Band (Live) 5:04



The Michael Stanley Band's live album Stagepass is a fine example of the no-frills rock & roll concert experience. Fitting on one CD, the Cleveland quintet recorded this double album over three consecutive nights in October 1976 at their hometown's old Agora Ballroom, which was destroyed by a fire a few years later. Five of the songs on Stagepass are new. The band was working on a studio album at the time, but in the liner notes of the 1992 compilation Right Back at Ya (1971-1983), Stanley says Epic Records wanted a live album to capitalize on the phenomenal success of Peter Frampton's Frampton Comes Alive!. The first cut, "Midwest Midnight," is a catchy rocker with Stanley's sneering vocals and cynically venomous, anti-music biz lyrics — although the first verse is about masturbation. "Real Good Time," written and sung by bassist Daniel Pecchio, starts as a melancholy ballad, picks up momentum, and then eases back down again. "Nothing's Gonna Change My Mind" is a solid pop-rock number written and sung by lead guitarist Jonah Koslen. "Movin' Right Along" is a 9½-minute jam highlighted by keyboardist Bob Pelander's jazzy piano solo. "Waste a Little Time on Me" is a lazy ballad oddly reminiscent of Jimmy Buffett. Koslen's "Wild Sanctuary" is an offbeat rocker. "Let's Get the Show on the Road" provides Stanley's band with another chance to stretch out. Koslen's singalong favorite "Strike Up the Band" closes Stagepass. Awesome album cover, too.