Flo & Eddie – Live at The Bottom Line, 1977

Raunchy, raw and lewd – Flo & Eddie: Live at The Bottom Line, 1977 is Flo & Eddie “in-your-face”. If you’re a fan of Zappa’s Vaudeville Mothers, or simply a fan of Flo & Eddie’s manic musical parody and satire, you’ll love this 6 part concert.

Part One (above):
Opening, Worst That Could Happen, Cheap, Rock ‘n Roll All Night
Part Two:
It Ain’t Me Babe, Kama Sutra Time, Jumpin’ Jack Flash (alternate lyrics)
Part Three:
Rhiannon (alternate lyrics), Rock ‘n Roll Endorsement Spoofs, Eddie Are You Kidding? The Lights Go Down
Part Four:
Elenore, Band Introductions, No Business Like Show Business
Part Five:
Show Me The Way (alternate lyrics), Keep It Warm, Moving Target
Part Six:
Encore: Happy Together, Nadia’s Theme, Tubular Bells, Won’t Get Fooled Again, Pinball Wizard

The Band:

Flo (Mark Volman) – lead vocals
Eddie (Howard Kaylan) – lead vocals
Albert Wing – tenor sax
Walt Fowler – trumpet
Bruce Fowler – trombone
Andy Cahan – keyboards
Eric Scott – bass guitar
Billy Steel – lead guitar
Craig Krampf – drums

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