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No Nukes (album)

No Nukes
Live album by various artists
Released Nov 1979
Recorded September 19-September 23, 1979
Genre Rock
Length 115:51
Label Asylum Records
Producer Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, John Hall & Bonnie Raitt
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link
Robert Christgau C+ link
Rolling Stone Record Guide 3/5 stars (1983)
Rolling Stone 4.5/5 stars link (1997)

No Nukes: The Muse Concerts For a Non-Nuclear Future was a 1979 triple live album that contained selections from the September 1979 Madison Square Garden concerts by the Musicians United for Safe Energy collective, with Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall being the key organizers of the event and guiding forces behind the album.

This was the first official appearance of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's much ballyhooed live act on record, and their "Detroit Medley", a staple of the encores of their regular shows, achieved considerable album-oriented rock airplay. Otherwise the album did not get much radio attention, as many of the artists held back their best-known material from appearing on it or emphasized collaborative performances. The album was certified a gold record by the RIAA in September 1980. It was reissued as a two-CD set by Elektra Records in October 1997.

The No Nukes film was also released in May 1980 from this event, although it contained somewhat varying contents from this album.

Track listing

  1. "Dependin' on You" - The Doobie Brothers
  2. "Runaway" (Del Shannon, Max Crook) - Bonnie Raitt
  3. "Angel From Montgomery" (John Prine) - Bonnie Raitt
  4. "Plutonium is Forever" - John Hall
  5. "Power" - The Doobie Brothers, John Hall, James Taylor
  6. "The Times They Are A-Changin'" (Bob Dylan) - James Taylor, Carly Simon, Graham Nash
  7. "Cathedral" (Graham Nash) - Graham Nash
  8. "The Crow on the Cradle" (trad.) - Jackson Browne and Graham Nash
  9. "Before the Deluge" (Jackson Browne) - Jackson Browne
  10. "Lotta Love" - Nicolette Larson with The Doobie Brothers
  11. "Little Sister" - Ry Cooder
  12. "A Woman" - Sweet Honey in the Rock
  13. "We Almost Lost Detroit" - Gil Scott-Heron
  14. "Get Together" (Chet Powers) - Jesse Colin Young
  15. "You Can't Change That" - Raydio
  16. "Once You Get Started" - Chaka Khan
  17. "Captain Jim's Drunken Dream" (James Taylor) - James Taylor
  18. "Honey Don't Leave L.A." (Danny Kortchmar) - James Taylor
  19. "Mockingbird" - James Taylor and Carly Simon
  20. "Heart of the Night" - Poco
  21. "Cry to Me" - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
  22. "Stay" (Maurice Williams) - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band with Jackson Browne and Rosemary Butler
  23. "Detroit Medley": "Devil With a Blue Dress On"/"Good Golly Miss Molly"/"Jenny Take a Ride!"/"C.C. Rider" - Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
  24. "You Don't Have to Cry" - Crosby, Stills & Nash
  25. "Long Time Gone" - Crosby, Stills & Nash
  26. "Teach Your Children" (Graham Nash) - Crosby, Stills & Nash
  27. "Takin' It to the Streets" (Michael McDonald) - The Doobie Brothers and James Taylor

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