1. Just What The Doctor Ordered
2. Yank Me, Crank Me
4. Baby Please Don't Go
5. Great White Buffalo
3. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
4. Cat Scratch Fever
5. Motor City Madhouse
If you were a male teenager and a heavy metal fan back in the late 1970s, chances are your record collection included well-worn copies of two live albums--Kiss's ALIVE and Ted Nugent's DOUBLE LIVE GONZO. Both solidified each artist's standing as arena-headliners, as their concerts sold out due to their high-energy, entertaining live shows.
DOUBLE LIVE GONZO also marked the last Nugent album until 1982 to feature singer/rhythm guitarist Derek St. Holmes, who was a major musical contributor to Ted's solo success. A consistently riveting listen from beginning to end, individual standouts include amped-up versions of such classic Nugent rockers as "Just What the Doctor Ordered," "Stranglehold," "Great White Buffalo," and "Cat Scratch Fever."
Whoever wrote that missed a few albums like Peter Frampton's Alive! or Aerosmith's Live Bootleg and Jethro Tull's Bursting Out or Bob Segar's Live Bullet or...etc etc etc...Derringer, Mahogany Rush and on and on.