For a brief period in the late 1960s, the psychedelic rock band Vanilla Fudge enjoyed a degree of mainstream success before their breakup in 1970. This live 2004 concert finds the band members reunited and performing their famous covers, rearrangements, and classic original songs.
An American band that first came to prominence in 1967 and recorded a number of albums between 67 and 70, when they split. Vanilla Fudge also enjoyed success in the American singles chart with a slowed down arrangement of the Supremes hit You Keep Me Hangin' On. Formed by keyboardist Mark Stein and rhythm section Tim Bogert (Bassist) and Carmine Appice. The final member was guitarist Vince Martell. This DVD features core members Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice alongside newer members Teddy Rondinelli on guitar and Bill Pascali on keyboards. In this performance from 2004, the band run through key Vanilla Fudge songs including Take Me For A Little While, Season Of The Witch, She's Not There and of course You keep Me Hangin' On. There is also a cover of the Rod Stewart Hit Do Ya Think I'm Sexy which Carmine Appice wrote whilst a member of Rod Stewarts band during the seventies.
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