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Live in America (CD)
This CD was recorded during the "Fire Of Unknown Origin" tour in New York in 1981. This would be the last tour with Albert Bouchard who was replaced in late 1981 by former tour manager Rick Downey. Here is a chance to listen to Blue Oyster Cult at their very best during the peak of their popularity. Crank it up and enjoy!
Blue Oyster Cult was a thinking man's heavy metal group. The band that became Blue Oyster Cult was organized in 1976 at Stony Brook College on Long Island by students (and later rock critics), Sandy Pearlman and Richard Meltzer as Soft White Underbelly and consisted of Andy Winters (bass) Donald 'Buck Dharma' Roeser (guitar) John Wiesenthal - quickly replaced by Allen Lanier - (keyboards) and Albert Bouchard (drums) with Pearlman managing, and Pearlman and Meltzer writing songs. Initially with out a lead singer, they added Les Bronstein on vocals. They dropped Bronstein and replaced him with their manager, Eric Bloom, as the bands name was changed to Oaxaca. A second Elektra album also went unreleased, through a single was issued under the name the Stalk-Forrest Group. Cut loose by Elektra, they changed their name again to Blue Oyster Cult and signed to Columbia Records in late 1971, by which time Winters had been replaced by Albert Bouchard's brother Joe.
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