Live and still kicking. They may not be as young as they were (some of them, anyway) but this is a very good Live show - even if the recording doesn't have as much ambience as some. The band show what can be done, and apart from a rather lame Bass solo in Ashes are Burning (come on guys, Camp did it all back in the seventies - why reinvent the wheel?), the songs are given a fair outing, and for me Annie is still on the money.
There are some beautiful keyboard arrangements, and we can see what a great contribution Rave Tesar makes to the delicacy of the music and how Mickey Simmonds' technical wizardry excels. Mind you this used to be done by one man,namely John Tout, whose abilities are heard elsewhere. I'm biased, of course.