KOLORS (feat.) PETER GREENBAUM @ Rockpalast, 1982
Published on Oct 23, 2012
Kolors featuring Peter Greenbaum at the Markthalle, Hamburg on december 4, 1982. Famous German TV show Rockpalast. During this period of his life Peter chose to use his offical name Greenbaum.
This was taken from German TV to VHS and probably many VHS copies until I got hold of it. Sadly the video quality is rather poor, but I digitalized it in order to ensure the quality to be maintained. I uploaded this one a few weeks ago to please the real Peter Green fans that are unaware of the looks of Peter performing in the early eighties and had some nice reactions including the message that there was only audio on one channel. I managed to fix that problem, as well as turning up the volume a bit. So I deleted the first one and uploaded the better audio version here. But of course, should (could?) the people of Rockpalast ever issue a DVD in good quality, I’d be the first to buy.
Songs presented here are, at:
00:20 Black Magic Woman
05:45 Words That Bite
a href=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKGAQNahGJs&t=782s” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>13:02 Loser Two Times
17:08 In The Skies
24:40 Crying Won’t Bring You Back
31:30 Make It Right
38:10 The Green Manalishi
Peter Green – Vocals, lead guitar
Alan Barnes – piano, vocals
Emmanuel Rentzos – organ, vocals (formerly Osibisa)
Stephan Rene – guitar, vocals
Godfrey McLean – drums (formerly Gass, album Juju featuring Peter Green), recorded Peter Greens first solo album “End of the Game”
Jeff Whittaker – Congas, percussion (on various previous soloalbums by Peter Green)
Spartacus R. (Durban Laverde, Roy Bedeau?) – bass
The setlist of the complete show:
02 Black Magic Woman
03 Words That Bite
04 Loser Two Times
05 White Boy
06 In The Skies
07 Give Thanks
08 Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back
09 Make It Right
10 The Green Manalishi
12 Earth Games
13 Man Of The World
The visual quality is horrible and the audio is even worse, but this is a rare event so it needed to be posted.
And of course, it is Peter Green, eh.