Best of Bachman–Turner Overdrive Live is an album of concert material from a 1985 Bachman–Turner Overdrive performance in Tallahassee, Florida. The album was released on Curb Records in 1994.
The album is notable for being one of three albums (two live, one studio) released featuring a short-lived reunion line up of the band featuring founding members Randy Bachman, Tim Bachman, and C. F. "Fred" Turner, who had not played together since Tim's departure after the second BTO album. This lineup was joined by drummer Garry Peterson from Randy's old band, The Guess Who. The set includes versions of both The Guess Who's first hit, a cover of Shakin' All Over, and their greatest hit, the original song American Woman.
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