Fully Unleashed: The Live Gigs

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ReleasedJuly 13, 2004
Genre Hard rock, blues rock, boogie rock
Label Rhino Handmade
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Fully Unleashed: The Live Gigs is a limited edition double-CD compilation of live material by the American rock supergroup Cactus collected and released by Rhino Handmade in 2004. The compilation includes the original lineup's final show performed in Memphis, Tennessee on December 19, 1971 in its entirety. It also includes tracks performed at the August 28, 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, a June 26, 1971 show at the Gilligan's club in Buffalo, New York, and four tracks from the later 1972 lineup performing at Mar y Sol Pop Festival in Puerto Rico on April 3, 1972. Only 5000 copies of the compilation were made. [1]


Track listing

Disc One
1."Intro/Long Tall Sally" Robert "Bumps" Blackwell, Enotris Johnson, Richard Penniman 12:16
2."Bag Drag" Rusty Day, Jim McCarty 3:10
3."Evil" Chester Burnett 16:11
4."Parchman Farm" Mose Allison 6:21
5."Alaska" Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, Day3:56
6."Oleo"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty11:20
7."No Need to Worry"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty20:18
8."Let Me Swim"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty5:05
Disc Two
1."Big Mama Boogie - Parts 1 & 2"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty15:31
2."Medley: Heeby Jeebies/Money/Hound Dog/What'd I Say"Michael James Jackson, John Marascalco, Janie Bradford, Berry Gordy Jr., Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ray Charles 17:04
3."No Need to Worry"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty5:08
4."Parchman Farm"Allison4:30
5."One Way... Or Another"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty9:14
6."Bro. Bill"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty6:12
7."Swim"Appice, Bogert, Day, McCarty4:44
8."Bad Mother Boogie"Appice, Bogert, Peter French, Duane Hitchings5:25
9."Our Lil Rock-N-Roll Thing"Appice, Bogert, French, Hitchings7:00
10."Bedroom Mazurka"French, Hitchings4:58


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