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5 stars Recorded on a brief tour the band undertook to promote the release of Live At the Target, this is a live tape whose sound quality is actually, in many respects, rather better than Live At the Target itself! You get alternate takes on all the material from there, plus additional instrumentals from the band's early phase at the same time, and whilst the soundboard tapes do have a few faults here and there, for the most part the sound quality is on a par with anything else the band had recorded up to this point, and often exceeds it.

If you had to pick only one Twelfth Night release to sum up the instrumental era of the band, I would go for this one, since you not only get the best of their instrumental material in a single set, but the band had also at this point become well-practiced at delivering this material, performing as a tight unit that was more than ready to take on the next stage of its evolution - which would occur once Geoff Mann joined the fold.

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