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75 Live Harvard Square
This rare high-quality 1975 recording captures the original Orleans line-up of John Hall, Larry & Lance Hoppen and Wells Kelly at their creative and energetic peak.  We only have a few dozen copies and when they're gone, they're really gone!
 

Orleans Live Volume 1
Captured at the Bearsville Theatre just outside of Woodstock, NY in 1990, this is the definitive Live Greatest Hits collection. Dance With Me, Still the One, Love Takes Time, Power, Let There Be Music … they’re all here --- and more!
 

Still the One - Live
From the band members’ own personal libraries, this collection of “rare gems” performances spans over 30 years  … and includes some of the more obscure material and extended jams that made Orleans one of the rockin’est live bands ever! This companion CD picks up where Orleans Live Vol 1 leaves off … to go beyond the hits into the width and depth of Orleans in concert.
$29.97 for ALL FOUR CDs
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As another way to thank you for being a list member, we’ve created this specially priced package. Normally we can only offer this deal at a live gig merchandise table (‘cause we don’t have to involve our distributor there) … but, through the use of arm-twisting, blackmail and hostage-taking, we managed to arrange …

Special rock-bottom Internet pricing on this 
CD Trilogy .

$29.97 for all three CDs
(+  s/h)

 


Now, there’s no way to bring you every song Orleans has recorded over the past 40 years … 
that “box set” doesn’t exist --- yet …
so this is as close as you’re gonna come to it anywhere.


But you’ll have to grab it fast!
You will not see this page nor this offer again.

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And now, here are those 
FREE DOWNLOADS we mentioned!



For the FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD of
"
Mission of Mercy" REMIX

windows users right click to download
 

for the FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD of
”Dance With Me” (from “Live Vol 1”)

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for the FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD of
”Miss Grace” (from “Still the One Live”)

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***** These cuts are courtesy of the archives of long-time friend Sky Schrode. *****


Two Faced World

This live version of this stylistically-essential 1st album cut comes from a gig at the Salty Dog in Ithaca NY, 1974, where Orleans played countless gigs in their formative years. Fans who were around then will remember the sheer funk of The Dog … and of early Orleans music. The quartet is John Hall, Larry & Lance Hoppen and Wells Kelly.

Lane's Tune

Larry wrote this never-recorded instrumental and named it after his youngest bro (long before he first entered the band roster), although he doesn’t recall why ?. This comes from a rehearsal at Turtle Creek Studio in Bearsville, NY (Woodstock) in the winter of 1976. Both Wells and then-newcomer, Jerry Marotta, are on drums.

Firefly Lover

John (and Johanna) Hall wrote this song based on a lyric he thought he heard in a Joni Mitchell song that wasn’t really there. Not to waste the idea, this song was born. This is from a show recorded at someplace called "The Habitat" (?) in 1974 and is again the original quartet. Strong R&B roots and the band’s improvisational style abound. Not to waste a good lick from this unrecorded gem, it appears John re-used the opening to launch “Sails”.


Nice work getting this far! Having any fun yet?

From here, you'll want to head on over to the
"Birth and Rebirth of Orleans" page to pick up FOUR MORE FREE DOWNLOADS! These are totally rare, unreleased demos from the early days of Orleans ... and one dates back even before that!

Don't stop now ... more fun awaits!