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4.58 | 69 ratings | 1 reviews | 62% 5 stars

Essential: a masterpiece of
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Live, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (46:48)
1. Desert Flight (7:39)
2. The Walk I (8:20)
3. The Walk II (5:54)
4. Tick Tock I (7:14)
5. Tick Tock II (7:46)
6. Tick Tock III (5:37)
7. When Earth Lets Go (4:18)

CD 2 (64:42)
1. Dream of Stone (16:39)
2. Chequered Light Buildings (6:43)
3. Upside Down (7:06)
4. Massive Illusion (13:00)
5. Winter Is Never (7:50)
6. Snowman (4:08)
7. Bravo (9:16)

Total Time 111:30

Line-up / Musicians

- Jan-Henrik Ohme / vocals
- Jon-Arne Vilbo / guitar
- Thomas Andersen / keyboards
- Mikael KrÝmer / violin, guitar
- Robert R Johansen / drums & percussion
- Kristian Torp / bass

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GAZPACHO A Night at Loreley ratings distribution

(69 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(62%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(28%)
Good, but non-essential (10%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
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5 stars A Night at Loreley acts as a nice summary of how far this band has come....Gazpacho continue the fine tradition than Norweigan music acts have for stretching the boundries of genres; whether it be Jazz, post-rock or anything else. their 1st live album and DVD, once again ethereal and beautiful. Thi ... (read more)

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