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Live, released in 1973

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1:
1. We Are Indelible (3:26)
2. Going Home (20:28)
3. Hand Jive (12:36)
4. Some Good Advice (12:39)

CD 2:
1. Essay in Paranoia (9:51)
2. Superbody (8:16)
3. What The World Needs is a New Pair of Socks (4:57)
4. Crazy Song/Goodbye (15:43)
5. I'll Be Gone (4:50)
6. I Want To Know (4:30)

Total Time 97:16

Line-up / Musicians

- Mike Rudd / lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
- Bill Putt / bass, vocals
- John Mills / keyboards
- Ray Arnott / drums, vocals

Releases information

2LP EMI SOELP10081/2 (1973, Australia)

Spectrum/Indelible Murtceps' fare well concert, originally released as a 2LP set and later reissued/expanded as a 2CD set.

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3 stars This live album captures for posterity the final concert of Spectrum & Indelible Murtceps, before Ray Arnott joined Mighty Kong (Australia's own post-prog supergroup a la Asia, except ten years earlier...we were ahead of the curve for once), and the rest of the band regrouped as Ariel. The firs ... (read more)

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