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Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show’s sardonic, country-flavoured pop/rock made them one of the most fondly remembered acts of AM pop radio’s heyday in the ’70s. The band was formed in Union City, NJ, in 1968, when a young singer/songwriter named Dennis Locorriere teamed up with Alabama-born country-rocker Ray Sawyer. Sawyer’s distinctive stage presence stemmed from his enormous cowboy hat and an eye patch that hid injuries from a serious car accident in 1967.

This album is a live concert recording during 1976. Featuring Dennis Loccorierre, Ray Sawyer, John Wolters, Billy Francis, Rik Elswit, Jance Garfat and Bob Henke.

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1. The Yodel Song
2. Queen Of The Silver Dollar
3. Everybody’s Makin’ It Big But Me
4. I Ain’t Got No Home
5. Acapulco Goldie
6. Only Sixteen
7. ’50s Medley: Earth Angel
8. For Your Love
9. Daddy’s Coming Home
10. Oh Donna
11. What’s Your Name
12. Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms
13. Carry Me, Carrie
14. Cover Of The Rolling Stone
15. Happy Trails
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1. The Yodel Song
2. Queen Of The Silver Dollar
3. Everybody's Makin' It Big But Me
4. I Ain't Got No Home
5. Acapulco Goldie
6. Only Sixteen
7. '50s Medley: Earth Angel
8. For Your Love
9. Daddy's Coming Home
10. Oh Donna
11. What's Your Name
12. Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms
13. Carry Me, Carrie
14. Cover Of The Rolling Stone
15. Happy Trails

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