First Time On Vinyl In U.S!
Alice Cooper's Earliest Live Recordings!
In a career that spans five decades, the legendary Alice Cooper has sold over 50
million albums and now, after years of being out of print, Manifesto Records
releases Alice Cooper Live At the Whiskey A-Go-Go, 1969. This album ws
previously available on CD, but this is the first time it has ever been
available on vinyl in the U.S.
This legendary 1969 performance showcases Alice Cooper and his band in their
early days in Los Angeles, not long after they arrived from Phoenix.
Alice Cooper has been ordained "The Godfather of Shock Rock", from his
outrageous on-stage antics and over-the-top performances that have included
snakes, monsters and a guillotine, but this release showcases Alice and his band
in their raw, rocking early days, a precursor of things to come.
• First Time On Vinyl In U.S.
• Liner notes by Miss Pamela of the GTOs, who was front and center of the night
of the show
• Alice Cooper's Earliest Live Recordings
1. No Longer Umpire
2. Today Mueller
3. 10 Minutes Before the Worm
4. Levity Ball
5. Nobody Likes Me
6. B.B. On Mars
7. Swing Low, Sweet Cheerio
8. Changing, Arranging