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Randy Bachman Says DVD Feedback Feels Like The 70's Again


Coming on June 26th is the DVD and Blu-ray edition of Bachman & Turner's live album Live At The Roseland Ballroom, NYC. Guitarist Randy Bachman and bassist Fred Turner, who were the architects of Bachman-Turner Overdrive's greatest songs, perform a total of 20 tracks featuring BTO's classic hits such as "Let It Ride," "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet," "Roll On Down The Highway," and "Takin' Care Of Business" -- along with Bachman dipping into his Guess Who catalogue with a particularly hot rendition of "American Woman."
Randy Bachman shed some light on how the Live At Roseland Ballroom project came about: "We got an offer to do a 3D 12-camera shoot for PBS, 'cause they're all going 3D in 2014. We picked the (Manhattan venue) Roseland. Paul Shaffer joined us for 'Shakin' All Over' and 'Takin' Care Of Business.' The live CD is the music track from that and we got to play our old hits and, I don't know, three or four selections from our Bachman-Turner album that we released last year. And everything is suddenly coming together really well. Wal-Mart placed a huge-antic substantial order on this -- y'know, like 30, 40,000 units and we were stunned. It's amazing. It's almost like the '70s are back!"

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