Two years after former Bachman-Turner Overdrive bandmates Randy Bachman and Fred Turner reunited for the sensibly titled 'Bachman & Turner' album, the duo is celebrating its renewed partnership with a new double live album, titled 'Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC.'

As you've no doubt already figured out, the set was recorded at New York's Roseland Ballroom, where Bachman & Turner's tour rolled through in November 2010. The 20-song set draws from across their career, making room for classic BTO and Guess Who hits as well as cuts from 'Bachman & Turner.' The duo was joined by C.F. Turner (bass, vocals); Marc LaFrance (drums, percussion, vocals); Brent Howard Knudsen (guitars, vocals); and Mick Dalla-Vee (guitars, vocals).

Bachman talked about the genesis of the project during an interview with Gibson, revealing that his plans were originally to record a solo album featuring special guests -- but after he heard Turner's vocals on the song 'Rock and Roll Is the Only Way Out,' things changed.

"He sent me the track back and I went, 'Unbelievable. Oh my goodness, I can’t believe it,'" recalled Bachman. "Me and him together, there’s this magic, like a Jagger and Richards kind of thing." 'Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC' is scheduled for a May 29 release. Take a look at the complete track listing below.

Bachman & Turner 'Live at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC' Tracklist:

Disc One:
'Let It Ride'
'Rock Is My Life'
'Not Fragile'
'Hey You'
'Hold Back The Water'
'Waiting Game'
'Moonlight Rider'
'Lookin’ Out For #1'
'Stayed Awake All Night'
'American Woman'

Disc Two:
'Four Wheel Drive'
'Slave To The Rhythm'
'Blue Collar'
'That’s What It Is'
'Rollin’ Along'
'You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet'
'Shakin’ All Over'
'Roll On Down The Highway'
'Takin’ Care Of Business'

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