Alice Cooper - Live In Detroit 1971 - CD
When Alice Cooper relocated to Michigan, Detroit in 1970, it gave the band a new lease of life and a new album; Love It To Death. Their March 1971 appearance in Detroit saw them finally tasting success with the recent hit single 'I’m Eighteen' enjoying heavy airplay, both in the U.S. and Canada. While Love It To Death wouldn't hit the stores until the following week, the Roostertail in Detroit would get an early glimpse of the powerhouse album that helped to fine-tune the distinctive sound in making Alice Cooper one of the most artistically influential and commercially successful American bands of the 1970s.
Timeline proudly presents Alice Cooper performing live in Michigan, Detroit in 1971, touring in support of their iconic album Love It To Death. Superb, professionally remastered original WRIS FM broadcast presented with background liners and timeline photos.
Track listing: 1: Caught In A Dream / 2. I'm Eighteen / 3. Is It My Body / 4. Slick Black Limousine / 5. Sun Arise / 6. Second Comin / 7. Ballad Of Dwight Fry / 8. Black Juju