“Live” is a real cracker. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, Rick plays most of the instruments - guitars, pedal steel, synth, drum and bass programming. Dianne plays guitar as well, and they are augmented by Roger Rhodes on fiddle. A brief instrumental passage segues into a medley of Wake Up Little Susie and Bye Bye Love. A few spoken links by Dianne, plus the odd irreverent aside from Rick, give this in-concert set more character than a recording of just songs and nothing else. A glance at the track listing reveals that there are two songs by Roy Wood, Flowers In The Rain and Angel Fingers. There’s a nod to Buddy Holly with Rockin’ Around With Ollie Vee and Words Of Love, a salute to Guy Mitchell with Singin’ The Blues, a lovely version of the much recorded Loving Arms and naturally Dianne couldn’t leave out the song that started it all for her and the late Lennie Peters, Welcome Home. Interestingly,Welcome Home topped the chart in the summer of 1973 between Wizzard’s See My Baby Jive and Angel Fingers.
Chemistry
 
Flowers In The Rain
 
Loving Arms
 
Beautiful Dreamer
 
Angel Fingers
 
Welcome Home
 
Emotional Tangle
 
Rockin' Round With Ollie Vee
 
Words Of Love
 
Singin' The Blues
 
Lonely Street
 
Baby Likes To Rock It
 
 
 
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