Ted Nugent Double Live Gonzo (2-CD)
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- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: October 9, 1990
- Originally Released: 1990
- Label: Sony
Tracks on Disc 1:
- 1.Just Whats The Doctor Ordered
- 2.Yank Me, Crank Me
- 4.Baby, Please Don't Go
- 5.Great White Buffalo
Tracks on Disc 2:
- 3.Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
- 4.Cat Scratch Fever
- 5.Motor City Madhouse
Personnel: Ted Nugent (vocals, guitar, percussion); Derek St. Holmes (vocals, guitar); Cliff Davies (vocals, drums).
Audio Mixer: Don Puluse.
Recording information: CBS Records, NY, NY (06/1976-11/1977); Civic Center, Springfield, MA (06/1976-11/1977); Dallas, TX (06/1976-11/1977); Joe Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio (06/1976-11/1977); Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN (06/1976-11/1977); San Antonio Convention Center (06/1976-11/1977); Seattle Center Coliseum (06/1976-11/1977); Taylor County Coliseum, Abilene, TX (06/1976-11/1977).
Photographer: David Gahr.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Cliff Davies; Derek St. Holmes; Rob Grange.
Arranger: Ted Nugent.
If you were a male teenager and a heavy metal fan back in the late 1970s, chances are your record collection included well-worn copies of two live albums--Kiss's ALIVE and Ted Nugent's DOUBLE LIVE GONZO. Both solidified each artist's standing as arena-headliners, as their concerts sold out due to their high-energy, entertaining live shows.
DOUBLE LIVE GONZO also marked the last Nugent album until 1982 to feature singer/rhythm guitarist Derek St. Holmes, who was a major musical contributor to Ted's solo success. A consistently riveting listen from beginning to end, individual standouts include amped-up versions of such classic Nugent rockers as "Just What the Doctor Ordered," "Stranglehold," "Great White Buffalo," and "Cat Scratch Fever."