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5 stars 6th May, 2021: Steven Wilson - Get All You Deserve (progressive/art rock, 2017)

This is probably my favourite era of Wilson's live tour, even if the album he was supporting was far from my favourite. The music on those records really felt like it needed to be played live, and the inclusion of Theo Travis in the lineup is another dimension that in my opinion his shows have sorely missed since. I also like the fact that there's no PT material here, it really feels like a truly Wilson show, with the improvisations and flourishes that you'd never see in a PT gig. The only real downside is Marco Minnemann, who just won't shut up.

9.1 (5th listen)

Part of my listening diary from my facebook music blog -

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5 stars Like Catalogue/Preserve/Amass, this was recorded on the Grace For Drowning tour; the distinction is that whilst that is a terse, edited setlist, this is a sprawling full show, and comes from substantially later in the tour, meaning that it includes a taster of Luminol from The Raven That Refused To Sing. Other than that, it's the Grace For Drowning material which is the star here, along with the tastiest cuts of Insurgentes. The live renditions of the material are, again, stellar - Raider II once again being the apocalyptic culmination of the entire set - but there's an extra confidence here born of the material being road-tested to perfection.
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