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4.26 | 225 ratings

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5 stars This Album is basically a live best of of the material from 1972-75. Excellent live album. The 29 minute "scheherazade" is absolutley amazing, and this version of "ashes are burning' is much better than the studio version with an amazing bass solo. Haslam's voice holds up very well throughout the concert, and the playing is strong like usuall. Sadly, this is their last very good release, as Novella is formulaic and boring, and everythign after kind of sucks. Anyway - this ranks up their in terms of Live Prog with "Yessongs (1973- Yes)", "Welcome Back My Friends...(1974-ELP)" and seconds out is a little wors.

(a more extensive review to come soon!)

NetsNJFan | 5/5 |


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