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Live At McCabe's 1975 by Batdorf & Rodney

Album

Live At McCabe's 1975

Batdorf & Rodney

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Album

Live At McCabe's 1975

Batdorf & Rodney

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Label: Classic Music Vault
In the mid-'70s, Batdorf and Rodney were peripheral characters in L.A.'s mellow mafia (Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Seals and Crofts, etc.). That means the duo's laid-back pop came wrapped inside the professional sterility common to the era. This is why Live at McCabes 1975 is such a rare treat; we actually get hear what soft-rockers sounded like without all the studio goop. And you know what? They were nothing more than folkies -- sensitive dudes with guitars, exploring their souls.

About This Album

In the mid-'70s, Batdorf and Rodney were peripheral characters in L.A.'s mellow mafia (Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Seals and Crofts, etc.). That means the duo's laid-back pop came wrapped inside the professional sterility common to the era. This is why Live at McCabes 1975 is such a rare treat; we actually get hear what soft-rockers sounded like without all the studio goop. And you know what? They were nothing more than folkies -- sensitive dudes with guitars, exploring their souls.

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About This Album

In the mid-'70s, Batdorf and Rodney were peripheral characters in L.A.'s mellow mafia (Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Seals and Crofts, etc.). That means the duo's laid-back pop came wrapped inside the professional sterility common to the era. This is why Live at McCabes 1975 is such a rare treat; we actually get hear what soft-rockers sounded like without all the studio goop. And you know what? They were nothing more than folkies -- sensitive dudes with guitars, exploring their souls.