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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. 71 71 551 (10:32)
2. Romain (7:41)
3. It's a hard way to live (3:19)
4. C'mon (24:22)
5. Spunk Rock (14:35)

Total Time: 60:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Deke Leonard / guitar, vocals
- Mickey Jones / guitar, vocals
- Malcom Morley / keyboards, guitar, vocals
- Terry Williams / drums
- Ken Whaley / bass

Releases information

The 1999 Party Tour - Oh Boy - 1-9105 - Luxemburg
The 1999 Party Tour - Eagle - EAMCD069 - Europe
The 1999 Party Tour - Point - VYI112 - USA

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Review by Rivertree
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3 stars In April 1974 MAN was on tour in America as the support of HAWKWIND. 'The 1999 Party Tour' was recorded in Chicago and 1991 first released as a bootleg.

They had just finished their studio album 'Rhinos, Winos And Lunatics' which for me is disappointing. But this concert offers former material. They played just for an hour. A little bit harder, stronger and not so psychedelic and spacy like the years before. A reason is that Deke Leonard again is in the line-up.

They started with '71 71 551' written by Leonard when he was not with the band. A very good live version with a typical jamming part in the middle. The following two songs 'Romain' and 'It's a hard way to live' are not important. 'C'mon' and 'Spunk Rock' are traditionally part of nearly every gig including extended improvisations. I think there have been recorded better versions in 1972/73.

3 stars and a half because the sound quality is excellent.

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