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  • Audio CD (31 Dec. 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bgo
  • ASIN: B000024BE1
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By freewheeling frankie TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Jun. 2008
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This album, originally a double LP, was Man's first to chart (in the main album charts at least) and it's the first album of theirs that I bought. I was sufficiently impressed to start buying their others soon afterwards but this remains one of my favourites, primarily for the two excellent side long live tracks from the second disc. They sounded so hot on these tracks that I was soon longing to hear more of the same concert - it always seemed obvious that their whole set must have been recorded. In 1976, C'mon and Jam Up Jelly Tight were joined by Bananas, frustratingly spread over two sides of an EP issued a few months before the last 70s line-up of the band split up. It was so good that my interest in hearing the rest of the concert increased further.

So now at last the great day has arrived and Esoteric have reissued the album with the entire concert as a bonus. CD 1 contains the original album in its original running order; I've reviewed the BGO reissue separately so I'll say little more on the subject as it is the bonus material that will be interesting most potential purchasers. CDs 2 and 3 contain the whole concert in (presumably) the correct running order, with CD 3 ending with 2 studio out-takes recorded a few months after the album, presumably for a single that was never issued: The Single (I'm Dreaming) was first issued a couple of years back on the Keep On Crinting compilation and is certainly worth hearing, though not that brilliant; The Symbol Who Came To Dinner (the intended B-side of this unissued 45?) is a little over-complicated but perhaps slightly better; both would have sounded at home on side 1 of the original studio album.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Abdul Bashir on 4 Aug. 2008
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If there was a single high point in the history of Man, between 1968 and 1976, this performance at the Roundhouse in June 1973 is a strong candidate. The entire concert is captured on this new 3 Disc Esoteric release. While the re-release of the original Back into the Future album which features on Disc 1 of the three disc set is more than welcome, it is the presentation of the entire Roundhouse set on Discs 2 and 3 which make this release the most important of the Esoteric re-release series so far. This concert represents Man at the peak of their powers and is head and shoulders above other live Man available on CD.

The whole concert is of a consistently high quality. There is not a bad number on this 7 track live set (8 if you count the introduction from the Gwalia Male Voice Choir). And at least 4 or 5 of those tracks are nothing short of extraordinary. The performances of "C'mon" and "Bananas" featured here are superior by a large margin to other versions released on Man live sets. After listening to this "Bananas" here you won't bother playing ever again the version on "Maximum Darkness", for example. And the quality of Man's performance on this release becomes even clearer if you compare "C'mon" and "Bananas" with the versions that appeared on the BBC In Concert release recorded on the Up for the Day tour in October 1973. The arrangements were the same, the line-up is the same but the intensity and vibe of the October performance was lacking. In June, Man were performing at their absolute best - by October the conflicts described by Deke Leonard in his liner notes were taking their toll on the music.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By therealus TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Jan. 2009
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The original of this was the first Man I ever bought, back in the seventies. I'm not sure how many times I saw them (did I mention that I may at that stage of life have been too interested in the girls at gigs to count?), but I do know I never saw Deke Leonard, who wrote the liner notes for this new edition, with them, so suffice to say I saw them more than once in a fairly short space of time, and I remember thinking they were one of the best live acts around (I noticed that despite the aforementioned preoccupation), hence I now have loads of live records by them, many like this one recently remastered and augmented.

One of the novelties on this recording is the presence of the Gwalia Male Voice Choir. As the MC here proclaims, the choir first appeared with Man at an Oval gig shortly before the Roundhouse one captured on Back Into The Future, and their picture appeared in the Melody Maker of the time, them suited and booted with their white shirts and bow ties. It always occurred to me that surely this noble, fine-voiced ensemble did not go to the trouble of coming up from the valleys and dressing in their Sunday best just to sing a single rugby song, Sospan Fach (which I believe is about a Small Saucepan, and is misspelt on the cover of this release), and lala in the background of C'Mon, albeit that they convert a good passage into a classic one in doing so.

Still that's all we get here, which is a shame.

Never mind though.
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