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Bo Diddley's All Star Jam

Live Show by Carl Wilson

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Released on May 23, 1990

Run time: 55 min

Tracklist

TitleComposer
1
Bo Diddley
2
I'm A Man
3
Bo Put The Rock In Rock 'N' Roll
4
My Ding-A-Ling
5
Destination
6
Who Do You Love
7
Gunslinger
8
Hey Bo Diddley
9
Rock 'N' Roll Music

Editions

  • Chuck Berry And Bo Diddley Rock'N'Roll All Star Jam

    • October 14, 2010
    • Store For Music
    • US
    • DVD
    Carl Wilson makes a guest appearance playing guitar in the back line.
    
    Filmed live at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre. October 25, 1985
    
    In 1985, Bo Diddley put together a band that included Ron Wood, John Mayall, Mick Fleetwood, Kenny Jones, Carmine Appice, John Lodge, Ronnie Lane, Carl Wilson, and members of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Chicago, Quiet Riot, and Three Dog Night.
    He cooked them all a barbecue dinner, and then they put on a show. It's a 55-minute R&B jamfest.
    Chuck Berry shows up in the middle of this film for a number or two, but--despite the title--it's Bo's show.
    Behind-the-scenes footage shows how Bo oversaw every detail of the music, even getting behind Kenny Jones's drum kit to show him exactly how a riff should go. Bo Diddley's songs are mostly about Bo Diddley the rock & roll legend, but the group is terrific (every rock & roll band should have four drummers!) and everyone is obviously having a ball--especially Wood, who spends the whole concert grinning like a school boy to be on stage with one of his heroes.
  • 30th Anniversary of Rock 'N Roll All-Star Jam with Bo Diddley

    • October 27, 1998
    • Geneon
    • US
    • DVD
    Carl Wilson makes a guest appearance playing guitar in the back line.
    
    Filmed live at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre. October 25, 1985
    
    In 1985, Bo Diddley put together a band that included Ron Wood, John Mayall, Mick Fleetwood, Kenny Jones, Carmine Appice, John Lodge, Ronnie Lane, Carl Wilson, and members of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Chicago, Quiet Riot, and Three Dog Night.
    He cooked them all a barbecue dinner, and then they put on a show. It's a 55-minute R&B jamfest.
    Chuck Berry shows up in the middle of this film for a number or two, but--despite the title--it's Bo's show.
    Behind-the-scenes footage shows how Bo oversaw every detail of the music, even getting behind Kenny Jones's drum kit to show him exactly how a riff should go. Bo Diddley's songs are mostly about Bo Diddley the rock & roll legend, but the group is terrific (every rock & roll band should have four drummers!) and everyone is obviously having a ball--especially Wood, who spends the whole concert grinning like a school boy to be on stage with one of his heroes.