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Bob Welch: "Live From the Roxy" reissued onto vinyl

Renaissance Records is proud to present the reissue of "Live At The Roxy" by Bob Welch and Friends onto deluxe packaged 180-gram vinyl.

Renaissance Records is proud to present the reissue of Live At The Roxy by Bob Welch and Friends onto Deluxe packaged 180-gram vinyl.

Bob Welch was a band member of Fleetwood Mac in the early 1970s. As their guitarist, vocalist and songwriter he helped shape Fleetwood Mac's sound. Welch moved on to a successful solo career in the late 1970s. He scored singles, "Hot Love, Cold World," "Ebony Eyes," "Precious Love," "Hypnotized" and his signature single, "Sentimental Lady."

This live album not only features Bob Welch's solo career and Paris days but also features songs originally featured on Fleetwood Mac's albums 'Penguin' and 'Rumors.' Special guests include Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge), Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie, Bob Weston (Fleetwood Mac) Howard Leese (Heart, Bad Company), Robbie Patton, and Ann Wilson (Heart). Available now this Deluxe packaged double LP that includes a gatefold, lyric sheet, and restored finale from



'Live From The Roxy' Track List

1. Precious Love

2. Hot Love, Cold World

3. That's What We Said

4. Big Towne 2061/ Black Book

5. Hypnotized

6. Sentimental Lady

7. It's What Ya Don't Say

8. Bend Me, Shape

9. Outskirts

10. Two To Do

11. Remember

12. Don't Give It Up

13. Gold Dust Woman

14. Ebony Eyes

15. Remember Me

16. Rattlesnake Shake

17. 12 Bar Blues In A


About Renaissance Records

Founded in 1993 by former Aerospace Engineer John W. Edwards who had a passion for music and a new idea to form a recording label. He focused on the reissuing of classic rock and classic country LPs on CD for the first time. Renaissance Records soon signed licensing deals with EMICapitol, Sony Music, Universal Music Group, and BMG/RCA/Arista. The record label has released recordings from artists such as Rick Springfield, Pure Prairie League, Blue Oyster Cult, Gamma, Roxy Music and Judas Priest.