BOSTON New Jersey 1979 Rock and roll band, Peace of mind- rare dvd

By | March 13, 2014

send email to lifesongalex@yahoo.com for my huge rare live dvd list! segments from a great 85 minute dvd filmed in New jersey on 6-17-79. get this dvd!
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44 thoughts on “BOSTON New Jersey 1979 Rock and roll band, Peace of mind- rare dvd

  1. Andrew Bursey

    One of the best guitar songs ever, in my mind. This is real music. ?

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  2. donjonsone1

    Thanks for posting this! Brings back good memories….BOSTON what great a
    rock band!!

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  3. Anti Law

    Wonder what tom used before the Rockman stuff came out? I know he used
    Marshalls.

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  4. YesYou123333

    Your title says 1978 but your description says 1979. Which is it?

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  5. jeffrey hinkel

    Saw these guys in the Oakland Arena from the third to farthest seat away
    from the stage ;…..I was worried about a weak performance from so
    far;………They blew the roof off the place with some of the most rad
    sounding guitar ever…….One of the best shows I’ll ever see.

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  6. Joseph Widon

    To HELL with all this angry, no soul havin, excuse for rock music they spew
    out nowadays!!! THIS …………………is what ROCK sounds like!!

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  7. jeffrey hinkel

    AMEN SHYLA LORAL !!!!!!!!!!! Try a Rush concert though;….Their live sound
    is similar;…..Especially with the great one , Alex Lifeson , on guitar.

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  8. Joseph Widon

    I was born in 77 and have been JAMMIN to BOSTON since I can remember! BEST
    memories of my life were to this music!!! I can’t picture me bein a
    guitarist without these guys! BOSTON ROOOOOCKS!!!!

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  9. simon casson

    Folks, it’s not the same band BUT… few are these days. They’re still
    rocking up, so better to have than not. Plus the “Blonde” is lovely eye
    candy…?

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  10. Joe Blow

    I dunno… one original band member and a singer who, nothing personal but,
    will never replace Brad. This is not Boston… just a cover band. Sad
    really…?

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  11. MrFenderkev

    @coppell32 Thats Tommy DeCarlo, who was chosen to sing with Boston based on
    his performances of Boston cover songs on his MySpace page. He’s no Brad
    Delp, but who is, and he does a decent enough job IMO. Its a pity Tom
    Scholtz had the fall out with Fran Cosmo who shared vocals with Brad up
    until his untimely death. Its rumoured that Fran being sacked from Boston
    was part of the reason for Brads depression that ultimately led to his
    suicide. RIP Brad Delp!

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  12. François COLLET

    Tom Scholz (lead guitar), Gary Pihl (second guitar), Kimberley Dahme (bass
    guitar), Jeff Neal (drums), and Tommy DeCarlo (lead vocals). Am I right ?
    There’s a third guitar player, but I don’t know his name. Anyway, it’s a
    great song, and always a pleasure to hear it.

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  13. kevin obuck

    @kell1reilly2 im just wondering. im not relle a big fan but i like some of
    there shit

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  14. tiger tra

    If you would notice, they are extending the life of the band.

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  15. Aaron B

    Did you just publicly degrade the value of a male artist? So are you
    somehow immune to the theory of aging? Please explain how you are superior
    to the Egyptian Pharos and you somehow have a special (take a public crap
    on other males and get out of jail free card) immortal skin.

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  16. Aaron B

    OK first thing to understand is that a white female with a nice female
    figure is automatically above ALL OTHER FORMS OF LIFE INCLUDING THE OTHER
    HALF OF THE HUMAN RACE. PUSSY=MORE RIGHTS THAN A MAN HAS= anywhere near the
    stage a pretty faced female does not even need to understand the what is
    happening, everything will be provided for her by the overwhelming amount
    of males stepping up to help unlike the severe lack of female willing to
    help young males but yet you are still seen as a crim

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  17. Tim Peori

    after reading all these comments all I can say is very few bands are the
    same live as they are in the studio, i wouldnt have given this video the
    time of day if it werent for THE AWESOME couple of Boston albums from the
    seventies…I’m glad to see Tom still carrying on. I’m sure Brad’s spirit
    is floating around when they play this stuff. Long Live Boston!

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  18. John Gunter

    @MrFenderkev Tommy joined the group based on his performances of Boston
    cover songs from a MySpace page! That’s really cool! You’re right, he does
    a good job. Anyone who thinks a band is gonna sound the same after the lead
    singer isn’t involved anymore has got issues. He’s doing a good job IMO!

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  19. David Pennell

    save our city rite now this new singer from CAROLINA DOES SUCK HOW DARE
    TARNISH SINGIN THOSE LYRICS DANCIN IN THE STREETS OF HYANNIS BET U HE HE
    SET HIS FUCKING THERE

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  20. PsychopathicLlama

    I live in massachusetts, and it makes the song that much better to hear
    them mention boston, and hyannis in one of there songs. ive been to both
    places haha. ROCK IN PEACE Brad.

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