We listen to Eric Clapton playing Long Beach, CA on July 19, 1974. This is a Mike Millard master recording, and Eric plays Cream, Blind Faith, Derek & The Dominoes, as well as his solo material. A great set.
Mike Millard Master – 9/1/80 – The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
We listen to the last gig of Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk tour. September 1, 1980 at the Hollywood Bowl. This Mike Millard master recording is very Lindsey Buckingham heavy. You can really hear how good a player he is. A great show.
I also covered Mike Millard’s recording of the band in LA during the Rumours tour, and that can be found here.
We listen to a master recording of Led Zeppelin in San Diego on June 19th, 1977, from the archives of Mike Millard. Amazing sound. Bonzo is having some issues this night but Jimmy is on fire. An excellent SIBLY and Kashmir are among the songs featured.
The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast – Mike Millard Master
I present a Mike Millard master recording of Genesis at the LA Forum on 4/17/78, supporting And Then There Were 3. The recording is stellar as is the performance. Squonk, The Lady Lies, and Follow You Follow Me are featured.
Jun 30, 1981 LA Forum with Stevie Nicks on 2 songs
This is wonderful recording of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers at the LA Forum, June 30, 1981. Stevie Nicks joins them onstage for a couple of songs, and Mike Millard was there to record it all for us. This is a great show from the Hard Promises tour. Not to be missed.
Mike Millard Master – June 23, 1976 : The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
This is the brilliant Millard Master recording of Paul McCartney and Wings, at the LA Forum on June 3, 1976. This is the tour from which Wings Across America was recorded. Wings and Beatles tunes abound! I’ve another Millard McCartney show from 1989 that may interest you as well.
We listen to a Mike Millard master recording of Yes at the Hollywood Bowl, June 21, 1975. This is their Relayer tour and Patrick Moraz has replaced Rick Wakeman on keyboards. It has a very jazz fusion vibe and as usual the Millard recording is spectacular. A great show.