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The Woolies - Live At Lizard's mp3 track

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Performer: The Woolies
Title: Live At Lizard's
Country: Italy
Released: 1973
Style: Blues Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.9 ✦


A1 Shake The Boogie 3:38
A2 Stormy Monday 4:38
A3 Berry Medley 6:42
A4 Mojo 9:14
B1 Dust My Blues 3:44
B2 I Wanna Boogie 9:10
B3 Hot Tamales 1:46
B4 Comin' Round The Mountain 1:39
B5 Bye Bye Boogie 10:00


  • Drums, Performer [Washboard], Vocals – Bee Metros*
  • Engineer – Dean Bredwell, Mark Calice Jr.*
  • Guitar, Bass, Vocals, Performer [Washtub] – Zocko Groendal
  • Lead Guitar, Vocals – Jeff Baldori
  • Mixed By – Bob Baldori, Mark Calice Jr.*, Stu Black
  • Piano, Harmonica, Bass, Vocals, Producer – Bob Baldori


Recorded live at Lizard's, East Lansing, Michigan, July 7 1973, except B3 and B4 recorded at Lansing Sound Studios.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HBL 20405 The Woolies Live At Lizard's ‎(LP, Album, RE) Hablabel HBL 20405 Italy 1989

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