Captured in concert just as they were becoming the top original rock band in Chicago's clubs. Fronted by Ralph Covert
, The Bad Examples
ruled the region for most of the 1990's. This set was expertly captured by live concert engineer Tim Powell
at The Beat Kitchen in 1992.
The majority of selections are not available in studio versions, including such fan faves as "Hey St. Peter" and "The Secret Of Television." A live version of their biggest hit, "Not Dead Yet," a blistering take by guitarist John Duich on Bo Diddley's "Mona," and the original version of "Sammy The Dog," which was later reconfigured for Ralph's World, are included. A 24-page CD booklet is filled with stories, lyrics, and a recipe for Pickles' Pumpkin Soup.
Hey St. Peter
Out Of Tune Song
The Secret Of Television
Which Piece Is Missing
Failing With The Best Intentions
Feeling Your Head Against The Wall
'Til The Cup Is Broke
Sammy The Dog (Has Learned To Play Trombone)
Long Drive Back From Madison
Feed You To The Sharks
Not Dead Yet
She Smiles Like Richard Nixon
I Been Walkin'
Cheap Beer Night Medley Of Examples Hits
This last track is not listed on the booklet or disc but can be manually cued by advancing 90 seconds past the end of I Been Walkin'
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