Savoy Brown Central Park NY City
Dave: This from Central Park New York, in 1972 it was voted apparently the best concert of the series for that year. And it used to have all kinds of people, I remember the year before when I first came to America I watched it on TV Carly Simon was on and the Beach Boys were on.
It was an amazing gig actually, wasn’t feeling very well at that time.
Eddie: How many gigs do you think you think you did that year?
Dave: I don’t know if I can tell you exactly…we did quite a few. One tour I can tell you now was…we were promoting the “Hellbound Train” album. We were out for 70 days and we did 63 performances, now some of them were two in a day so its not to say that we had only seven days off. And our tours were all kind of like that we really didn’t have many days off, we played a lot in a year. And later on with Fleetwood Mac we would open for Deep Purple a lot and I remember one time we were out for 16 weeks, four months.
Eddie: Were you guys received well in England too?
Dave: No, not like in America and we also were received well in Europe.
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