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0. DISC 1:
1. Dependin' on You - The Doobie Brothers
2. Runaway - Bonnie Raitt
3. Angel from Montgomery - Bonnie Raitt
4. Plutonium Is Forever - John Hall
5. Power - James Taylor/John Hall/The Doobie Brothers
6. Times They Are A-Changin', The - Graham Nash/James Taylor/Carly Simon
7. Cathedral - Graham Nash
8. Crow on the Cradle, The - Graham Nash/Jackson Browne
9. Before the Deluge - Jackson Browne
10. Lotta Love - Nicolette Larson/The Doobie Brothers
11. Little Sister - Ry Cooder
12. Woman, A - Sweet Honey in the Rock
13. We Almost Lost Detroit - Gil Scott-Heron (studio)
14. Get Together - Jesse Colin Young
0. DISC 2:
1. You Can't Change That - Raydio
2. Once You Get Started - Chaka Khan
3. Captain Jim's Drunken Dream - James Taylor
4. Honey Don't Leave L.A. - James Taylor
5. Mockingbird - James Taylor/Carly Simon
6. Heart of the Night - Poco
7. Cry to Me - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
8. Stay - Jackson Browne/Rosemary Butler/Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
9. Devil with a Blue Dress Medley: Devil With A Blue Dress / Good Golly, Miss Molly / Jenny Take a Ride - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
10. You Don't Have to Cry - Crosby, Stills & Nash
11. Long Time Gone - Crosby, Stills & Nash
12. Teach Your Children - Crosby, Stills & Nash
13. Takin' It to the Streets - James Taylor/The Doobie Brothers
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 60592
Full Title: No Nukes: The Muse Concerts For A Non-Nuclear Future.
Producers: Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, John Hall, Bonnie Raitt.
Engineers include: Greg Ladanyi; Stanley Johnston; Dennis Kirk; Don Gooch; Jimmy Iovine.
Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York on September 19-23, 1979.
All tracks have been digitally remastered using HDCD technology.
Originally released as a 3-LP set.
Personnel: John Hall (vocals, guitar, drums, background vocals); Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt (vocals, guitar, background vocals); James Taylor , Jesse Colin Young, Ry Cooder, Stephen Stills, Will McFarlane, Charles Fearing, Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar); Graham Nash (vocals, piano, background vocals); Darren Carmichael (vocals, piano); Gil Scott-Heron, Kim Bullard, Michael McDonald (vocals, keyboards); Arnell Carmichael (vocals, synthesizer); Larry Tolbert (vocals, drums); Rosemary Butler, Brenda Lee Eager, Carly Simon (vocals, background vocals); Lynn Pitney, David Crosby, Evelyn Harris, Yasmeen Bheti Williams-Johnson, Freebo, Bernice Johnson, Gloria Coleman, Phillip Ballou, Ray Parker, Jr., Tom Petty, Charlie Harrison, Cleo Kennedy, Chaka Khan (vocals); Steven Van Zandt (guitar, background vocals); Danny Kortchmar, Ed Brady, Jeff Mironov, John McFee, Mike Campbell , Patrick Simmons, Paul Cotton, Phil Upchurch, Waddy Wachtel (guitar); David Lindley (acoustic guitar, fiddle); Carl Cronwell (flute, horns, piano); Cornelius Bumpus (saxophone, organ); Clarence Clemons (saxophone, background vocals); David Sanborn, Josh Schneider (saxophone); Roy Bittan (piano, background vocals); Bill Payne, Jeff Labes (piano); Craig Doerge (organ, synthesizer); Danny Federici, William D. "Smitty" Smith (organ); Don Grolnick, Louis Levin, Arthur Jenkins , Benmont Tench (keyboards); Stan Lynch (drums, background vocals); Chet McCracken, Chris Parker , Dennis Whitted, Jim Keltner, Keith Knudsen, Max Weinberg, Russ Kunkel, Steve Chapman , Tony Green (drums); Joe Lala, Rick Marotta, Ted Templeman, Jody Linscott (percussion); Charlotte Crossley, David Lasley, Doug Haywood, Mark Stevens, Suzi Young, Nicolette Larson, Arnold McCuller (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Joe Chiccarelli.
Recording information: Madison Square Garden (1979).
The No Nukes protest concert in 1979 was one of the defining '70s events for aging '60s hippies, a way to prove that they held political and social power. The concert was top-loaded with folk-rockers and laid-back California pop stars: Crosby, Stills & Nash, James Taylor, Poco, Nicolette Larson, and Jesse Colin Young, who had all reached their peak; the Doobie Brothers and Jackson Browne, who were still at the crest of their popularity; and Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen, who were still young, fresh, and vital. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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