Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – John Stewart (2). Guitar – Michael Stewart (tracks: 1 to 16). Organ, Congas, Piano – Jonathan Douglas (tracks: 1 to 16). Photography By – Elbinger & Su. Tracks 1-16 recorded live at Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, March 1974.
The Phoenix Concerts is a live album released in 1974, and it is the seventh solo album by folk musician John Stewart, former member of the Kingston Trio. It was recorded live at Phoenix Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Arizona, March 1974, and it was Stewart's first live album release. It was originally released as a double album. All compositions by John Stewart. Side one. "Wheatfield Lady" – 2:25. You Can't Look Back" – 1:35. The Pirates of Stone County Road" – 5:30.
John Stewart in Concert, version of Phoenix Concerts, 1980. Forgotten Songs of Some Old Yesterday, 1980. Dream Babies Go Hollywood, 1980. Revenge of the Budgie, John Stewart and Nick Reynolds, 1983. The Last Campaign, 1985. Punch the Big Guy, 1987. The Complete Phoenix Concerts, 1990. American Sketches (re-release of Centennial), 1990. Deep in the Neon, 1991. Live at The Turf Inn, Scotland, John Stewart and Buffy Ford, 1996. Rough Sketches, 1997. Teresa and the Lost Songs, 1998.
The Phoenix Concerts (Q7756965). live album by John Stewart. Also known as. English. The Phoenix Concerts. instance of. live album.
John Stewart In Concert is a 1980 remixed reissue of eight tracks from the John Stewart 1974 live album The Phoenix Concerts plus two unreleased live tracks from the same concerts. John Stewart In Concert. Live album by. John Stewart.
The Phoenix Concerts - Live. 2009 With Bonus Tracks. The Essential John and Buffy: Live at the Turf Inn, Scotland (with Buffy Ford Stewart). John Stewart, Buffy Ford Stewart. Neon Beach Live 1990.
The Phoenix Concerts - Live (With Bonus Tracks) 1974. California Bloodlines 1969. Stewart found his biggest commercial success with the Top Ten album Bombs Away Dream Babies and its single "Gold" in 1979. He released several of his albums and albums by others on his own Homecoming label starting in the 1980s. Airdream Believer appeared on Shanachie in 1995, followed by The American Folk Song Anthology on Delta in 1996. Stewart signed with Appleseed Recordings in 2000, and his next three albums, Wires from the Bunker (2000), Havana (2003), and The Day the River Sang (2006), all appeared on the Appleseed imprint. Following Stewart's death on January 19, 2008, in San Diego, CA, Folk Era released a previously unheard live set (recorded at the Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, AZ, on November 30, 1973) as Bite My Foot in 2009.
John Stewart In Concert is a 1980 re-mixed re-issue of eight tracks from the John Stewart 1974 live album The Phoenix Concerts, plus two previously unreleased live tracks from the same concerts. Remixed at Filmways/Heider Recording, Los Angeles, California. All compositions by John Stewart Side one. "Wheatfield Lady" – 2:15.
|A3||You Can't Look Back|
|A4||The Pirates Of Stone County Road|
|A5||The Runaway Fool Of Love|
|B1||Roll Away The Stone|
|B2||July, You're A Woman|
|B3||The Last Campaign Trilogy|
|C1||Oldest Living Son|
|C2||Little Road And A Stone To Roll|
|D3||Never Goin' Back (To Nashville Anymore)|
- Art Direction – Frank Mulvey
- Bass – Arnie Moore
- Drums – Jim Gordon
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – John Stewart
- Organ, Congas, Piano – Jonathan Douglas
- Pedal Steel Guitar, Electric Guitar – Dan Dugmore
- Photography By [Cover] – Elbinger & Sun
- Photography By [Inside] – Fred Valentine
- Piano, Organ – Loren Newkirk
- Producer – Nikolas Venet*
- Recorded By, Remix – Pete Abbott
- Rhythm Guitar – Michael Stewart*
- Voice – Buffy Ford*, Denny Brooks*, Mike Settle
- Written-By – John Stewart
|CPL2-0265||John Stewart||The Phoenix Concerts - Live (2xLP, Gat)||RCA Victor||CPL2-0265||US||1974|
|BCD 15518||John Stewart||The Complete Phoenix Concerts (CD, Album)||Bear Family Records||BCD 15518||Germany||1990|
|SRA-9463/64||John Stewart||The Phoenix Concerts - Live (2xLP)||RCA||SRA-9463/64||Japan||1974|
|CL 43254||John Stewart||The Phoenix Concerts - Live (2xLP, Album)||RCA||CL 43254||Germany||1980|
|OW 34505||John Stewart||The Phoenix Concerts - Live (CD, Album)||One Way Records||OW 34505||US||Unknown|