Very few things in this world kick as much ass as vintage live AC/DC. If you need a taste, or everything you can get your hands on, then Can I Sit Next to You Girl will help. The sound quality is alright, feedback notwithstanding. The five included tracks are solid classics.
“She’s Got Balls” takes too long to get going (two whole minutes) and suffers a bit from feedback throughout. Once you tune out the noise, you can appreciate one of the greatest rock frontmen of all time in Bon Scott. “Soul Stripper” is slinky good, with Bon at his sassy best and Angus ripping it up delightfully. On with the show: a very raw “Show Business”. Angus Young has solos after every verse, the energy palpable. Moving on, next it’s “Can I Sit Next to You Girl” (the band’s first single with Dave Evans on vocals). Bon snarls and Angus shrieks.
Perhaps best of all is the extended jam of “Baby Please Don’t Go”. When AC/DC play for 10 minutes straight, it’s not like other bands. It’s the relentless AC/DC groove machine, with Angus doing his thing as no other guitarist can.
Pick it up (cheap) and rock on, baby.