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LIVE IN CONCERT - JULY 2, 1972

Tamam Shud

Crossover Prog


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Live, released in 2003

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Turned Around To Find My Father Gone (5:38)
2. Midnight, Soft Lift (4:58)
3. What A Day It Is, What A Night it Was (3:35)
4. A Letter (2:40)
5. Sittin' In The Sun (7:44)
6. Sprung (6:14)
7. Bali Waters (6:40)
8. Bow Wow (2:49)
9. Directly From My Heart To You (7:31)
10. The Air's So Thick I Lost MY Home (4:55)
11. The Young Girl Wastes Her Time (2:51)
12. The Morning Song (6:35)
13. A Book Among Magazines (4:33)
14. The Afternoon Song (6:56)
15. I'll Be Gone (2:39)

Total Time 76:18

Line-up / Musicians

- Lindsay Bjerre / lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Tim Gaze / lead guitar, lead vocals
- Richard Lockwood / reeds, flute
- Peter Barron / bass
- Nigel Macara / drums
- Larry Duryea / congas

Releases information

CD Canetoad Records CD-034 (2003, First official release - these recordings had previously circulated as a bootleg)

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TAMAM SHUD Live In Concert - July 2, 1972 ratings distribution


3.08
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(33%)
33%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
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Good, but non-essential (33%)
33%
Collectors/fans only (33%)
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3 stars On the basis of their outstanding contributions to Morning Of The Earth, the Bali Waters EP, and a couple of tracks recorded for GTK (one available on the ABC release The GTK Tapes, and a few more floating around YouTube), I've speculated on what kind of prog masterpiece Tamam Shud would have releas ... (read more)

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