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DVD/Video, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1.Nothing Everything - 9:34
2. So Close So Far - 9:54
3. Mythopoeia - 9:17
4. Third Floor - 10:46
5.The Knight Of The North - 26:12
6. If The Stars - 11:25
7. Time Marches On - 11:55

Total Time 90:51

Line-up / Musicians

-Steve Babb / bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
-Fred Schendel / keyboards, guitars, backing vocals
-Kamran Alan Shikoh / guitar
-Carl Groves / vocals
-Aaron Raulston / drums
-Susie Bogdanowicz / vocals

Releases information

Recorded at RoSfest 2015, Glass Hammer "Double Live" marks the band's first live album in over ten years. The Deluxe Edtion will feature 2 cds and 1 bonus DVD of the show that Prog Magazine declared as "the boldest set of the weekend". Babb, Bogdanowicz, Groves, Raulston, Shikoh and Schendel perform epic tracks from Perelandra, Shadowlands, The Inconsolable Secret, IF and The Breaking Of The World.
Label: Sound Resources
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR
Not specified (Dolby AC3, 6 ch)

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