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Masters of Reality - Blue Garden (Live)

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Published on Dec 4, 2006

http://www.deliciousvinyl.com
Song from their debut album of the same name on Delicious Vinyl.

Comments • 108

Carlos Cordoba
I just want to start running around my office clothes-lining people when I listen to this performance.  
Marc Serafin
Was fortunate to see them with the lineup that recorded the album - Goog, Vinnie Ludovico & Tim Harrington(sp?) around 1990-91 in LA, pretty sure it was the Hollywood Palladium. The Candy Song was in heavy rotation on KNAC, I had the cassette, oh man, memories. Anyway, Masters completely tore it up, they opened up with Blue Garden, Goss had a huge cowboy hat on all night, they jammed/extended just about every song, my friends, who weren't really fans going in, were completely blown away, as was I. I'm pretty sure not too long after I saw them they were touring with Kings X when it all fell apart for them & that version of the band broke up.
DannyBoySmith1993
Brendon McNichol is absolutely loving life in this
BigKahuna93
awesome!
Bob Ninzatti
Timing is everything,they should have been huge
Lui Tak
Amazing!The bass line really boosts the already boosted Blue Garden!
BLUDGEEER
I would fucking kill to see this live. 
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Patriarchal Shitlord
I saw a strange sign an angel smile in the red morning light.
need2burn
Does this version have a alternative name? It's quite different from the album version.
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TheMilkyRaisin
Raw gorgeous live music played well with what is a genuine guitar 'groove' ( no wonder he looks like he's loving it .. =) ), and that superb melodic free line bass, absolutely tremendous. Add keyboards to bring the mixture together and nail your arse drums for a bit of kick; bake on 180 for 30 minutes. Fucking perfect. 18 years on. Saw them supporting The Cult a couple of years back and still love 'em but that is as live music should be, fantastic. We live in a world of manufactured spoon fed crap, how is the next Chris Goss going to get througjh, it was tough then.. Thumbs up to the uploader.
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