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Live from Amsterdam: full-length concerts from Paradiso & De Melkweg

Walter Trout and the Radicals
Paradiso, Amsterdam, November 4, 2006

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1 Dust My Broom
2 Say Goodbye to the Blues
3 Life in the Jungle
4 Gotta Leave This Town
5 Helpin' Hand
6 Can't Help Falling Apart
7 Workin' Overtime
8 No Good Woman
9 Lord Have Mercy
10 The Love That We Once Knew
11 Serves Me Right To Suffer
12 Hound Dog
13 I'm Goin' Down
14 I'm Just Gonna Play the Blues Here
15 False Alarm

The career of blues rock legend Walter Trout from Ocean City, New Jersey, started with a trumpet in the school band and a meeting with Duke Ellington when the young Trout was ten years old. Two years later the trumpet was ditched for the guitar, a birthday present from his brother. Then followed a short spell with John Lee Hooker, a long career with Canned Heat, addiction to alcohol and drugs, and a switch to John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. One night John Mayall was too sick to sing, Walter Trout took over, and not long after he launched The Walter Trout Band, which turned into Walter Trout and the Radicals. The rest is history. And blues.

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