are listed in Chorological order starting with the oldest.
Those boots listed in BROWN are my rips and may differ from other versions available.
Boots listed in RED were sourced from MP3 files.
|Blackfoot||Indian World||Monsters of Rock, Donington, UK||22/8/81||SB||10||CD|
Track Listing: 01. On the Run (4:36), 02. I've Got a Line on You (4:60), 03. Everyman Should Know (5:06), 04. Good Morning (3:33), 05. Too Hard to Handle (4:49), 06. Train Train (6:51), 07. Highway Song (10:14)
|Blackfoot||Zurich 82||Zurich, Switzerland||1982||Pro||10||DVD|
NTSC, Full screen
/ 4:3, 2 channel, 53 minutes, Menu / Title - Song
|Blackfoot||KBFH||King Biscuit Flower Hour, USA||1983||Official||---||---||CD|
|Blackfoot||Knebworth 85||Knebworth Festival, UK||22/6/85||FM||9||CD|
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Blackfoot break up and Rickey Medlocke heads back to Lynyrd Skynyrd
However, a few years later the band are back, albeit without Rickey.
|Blackfoot||Rock n Blues 05||Pentrich Rock And Blues Fest, UK.||29/7/05||CAM||9||DVD|
Tech: PAL, Full screen / 4:3, Dolby Digital, 85 minutes, No Chapters/ menus
Comments: Single camera shoot with a fairly good view of the stage over the heads of the crowd. Most footage is mid, to wide range with only a few close ups. Picture is very clear however. Sound distorts slightly and there's some crackle. Good show with a new song, written for the recently deceased original drummer. Jackson Spires
Bobby Barth - Vocals / Guitar, Greg T Walker - Bass / Vocals, Charlie Hargrett - Guitar, Christoph Ulman - Drums,