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3.08 | 19 ratings | 1 reviews | 11% 5 stars

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Live, released in 1997

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Domain Walls (4:26)
2. Interlude (0:07)
3. Something's Coming (3:24)
4. Interlude (0:09)
5. Song of the Dunadan (8:45)
6. Interlude (1:09)
7. Time Marches On (10:38)
8. Throw It Away (4:00)
9. Stranger from the Sky (4:54)
10. The Wind (3:04)
11. True Love (3:45)
12. Somewhere Out There (5:45)
13. Hearts (4:02)
14. Science Fiction (7:28)

Total Time: 61:36
This is the 3rd release from Glass Hammer and was a limited-edition of 1000 copies. The contents are live rehearsal tracks from "Perelandra" and "Journey of the Dunadan" and unreleased material from the period just following the release of Journey.

Line-up / Musicians

- Fred Schendel / lead and backing vocals, keyboards, guitars, organ, memory moog, hand kazoo, fuzz keys, percussion programming
- Steve Babb / lead and backing vocals, keyboards, bass guitar, percussion programming, synthesizers
- Walter Moore / backing vocals, drums
- David Carter / backing vocals, guitar
- Michelle Young / backing vocals, keyboards, clarinet, yacking
- Kenny Page / Bell synthesizer
- Piper Kirk / additional backing vocals

Releases information

CD Arion Records #SR-5710

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GLASS HAMMER Live and Revived ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(11%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(32%)
Good, but non-essential (32%)
Collectors/fans only (16%)
Poor. Only for completionists (11%)

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Review by lor68
3 stars Well it's not the first album to choose if you're not into their music, because the production is not so brilliant;moreover their use of an electric drum can let us be a bit perplex... naturally better things had to come in a few years (listen to their recent jewels "Lex Rex" and "Shadowlands"), expecially when the participation to various American Prog Fests was an high point of their career.However you find some fine lyrics here and their well written arrangements too,inside this "Live and Revived", being interesting and worth checking out at leastl!!

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