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Live Dates
     

Live Dates

5.0 1
by Wishbone Ash
 
No surprise -- in concert was the best way to hear Wishbone Ash, because the studio was just too sterile an environment, at least for their hardest-rocking stuff to take off. Anyone really into the group should own this record.

Overview

No surprise -- in concert was the best way to hear Wishbone Ash, because the studio was just too sterile an environment, at least for their hardest-rocking stuff to take off. Anyone really into the group should own this record.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/25/2002
Label:
Bgo - Beat Goes On
UPC:
5017261202932
catalogNumber:
293
Rank:
24953

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Wishbone Ash   Primary Artist
Andy Powell   Guitar,Vocals
Martin Turner   Bass,Vocals
Ted Turner   Guitar,Steel Guitar,Vocals,12-string Guitar
Steve Upton   Drums

Technical Credits

Jimmy Reed   Composer
Wishbone Ash   Composer,Producer
Keith Harwood   Engineer,Remixing
Andy Powell   Composer
Martin Turner   Composer
Ted Turner   Composer
Steve Upton   Composer
Laurie Wisefield   Composer
Hipgnosis   Concept,Cover Design
Colin Elgie   Artwork,Drawing
Aillene Bullock   Composer
M. Turner   Composer
Mark Emery   Stage Sound
Miles Copeland   Management

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Live Dates 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The album opens with one of the best trilogy of songs strung together to make a suite of musical perfection. Am I a fan? You bet! And while the middle of the album is alternately inspiring and rather pedestrian (by today's standards), it finishes with some of the most blistering and wonderful instrumental music (which they would later explore in ''Nouveau'' and others when they reformed in the '90's) in the magnum opus finale ''Phoenix'', still an amazing tour de force in the same league as ''Echoes'' on the album ''Meddle'' by Pink Floyd. To conclude, though some of the songs sound a bit ''dated'', this album--their music as a whole--stands the test of time and is a true classic ''live'' offering. If the BBC Sessions album is familiar to you, this is an overall better and ''bigger'' sounding Wishbone Ash.