Thursday, December 10, 2015

George Manney [1951-2015]

George Manney, a "highly regarded Philadelphia rock pioneer, filmmaker, archivist, and producer," made many contributions to the Philadelphia music scene. 

He was a walking archive of the city's greatest music memories and a founder of the Philadelphia Music Hall of Fame. 

A lot more will be said about George in the news and by his colleagues and friends, and even though I never had the pleasure of meeting him, it was my privilege to share and trade Philly music with him. 

Image shared on Audio Rumble's Facebook page courtesy of George Manney on 3/10/2014.


Here is a recording of Tommy Conwell on "What I'd Say" - a cut from the CD, Last Minute Jam, Volume 2 (Minutes to Millenium), produced by George Manney.

 

Originally posted on Audio Rumble's Facebook page.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

TCYR - Omaha, Nebraska [January 18,1989]

Concert poster and setlist for Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers live in Omaha, Nebraska at The Ranch Bowl Entertainment Center, January 18, 1989.

Setlist:
- Workout [intro]
- Everything They Say is True
- Walkin’ on the Water
- Tell Me What You Want Me to Be
- My Mae Mae
- If We Never Meet Again
- Gonna Breakdown
- Love’s On Fire
- Young Thing
- Rock With You
- I'm Not Your Man
- Half a Heart
- Million Pretty Girls
- Dig the Possibilities
- Workout

| Encore |
- Cruisin' Slow
- I Wanna Make You Happy
- Demolition Derby

Monday, December 7, 2015