43 thoughts on “Bachman-Turner Overdrive – Takin' Care of Business (Live at Vancouver)

  1. Too bad kids today don’t have these groups. The 70’s were the best. So long ago now. I found my 35 year old son listing to Lucille yesterday. The twins were in their little seats grandma bought them with wide eyes and rocking away. He plays them opera! They get to hear the great ones.

  2. Thems was the good ole' days ! "People see you having fun just a-lying in the sun, Tell them that you like it this way, It's the work that we avoid, and we're all self-employed, We love to work at nothing all day" !!!!

  3. Legends… Randy bachman lead guitar and shared lead vocals with the eqaully great vocalist freddy turner on bass…tim bachman on guitar but quit the band during the 1974 album was replaced by the great blair Thornton on guitar who is in this video ..and of course the great innovative drummer and songwriter as well ..robbie bachman …just a supberb set of muscians ……LEGENDS……

  4. I started playing the drums in 1975. I was 14 years old. BTO was one of the first albums I learned all the way through. My set was modeled after Robbie Bachman's setup. Saw them live on the Four Wheel Drive tour, then saw Randy Bachman 2 years ago at CannaFest in Grand Forks, B.C. I was 56. Still playing drums.

  5. I was there and the energy in that building was incredible, matched only by ACDC in all the concerts I have ever attended. The crowd was on their feet the entire evening. And that is when I discovered Bob Seger who was backing up that night. Just before Night Moves broke him out.

  6. I saw BTO the glasgow apollo 1975 the support was a group called Thin Lizzy BTO never played the UK again , but Thin Lizzy really went on to many great things and in many many surpassed BTO

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