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Symphonic Prog

4.29 | 730 ratings

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5 stars This is a wonderful album full of extraordinary music. You must know that back in the seventies here in Mexico we didn´t have rock concerts, They were forbidden. Not until the mid eighties we started with Queen and Rod Stewart but in those days this was the only way to be, as an spectator in a venue with thousands of souls screaming to the top of our lungs. So this album filled the void for us here and in a bombastic way and it was great. The set list is the best I have ever seen in my entire life and to hear the thunderous bass of Chris Squire along the most rocker sound of the drums of Alan White was a real treat. I love by the way the imperfections in this CD They are what I paid for. To create the illusion of being there. That is what I don´t like the Live TLLDIB of the Genesis Archives. So the highlights here are many but the unsurpassed beauty of "Yours is no Disgrace" where every single player shine in a brilliant light and What about "Starship Trooper"? Anyway this is clearly a masterpiede from the introduction with Stravinsky to the incredible way to start it all with "Siberian Khratu". Nuff said.
steelyhead | 5/5 |


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