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Live At The Roxy La 1979

Brand X Audio CD

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1979 concert at the peak of the bands career w/Phil Collins (Genesis), Percy Jones, John Goodsall & Robin Lumley

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4.0 out of 5 stars live document from peak periiod of brand x 21 Feb 2014
By freedom glider - Published on Amazon.com
"Recorded at the Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, California on Sunday, 23rd September 1979 11:30 pm to 1:00 am. This recording of Brand X captured live at the peak of the bands career was only previously issued briefly on Xymox's label Zok in the '90s. After missing in action on 1978's Masques, Collins reunited with Brand X for a 1979 album and tour, the latter of which is excerpted on this CD. Peter Robinson joins as a second keyboardist for this stage performance, but otherwise the evening found the classic quartet offering a scorching prog-inflected set highlighted by Jones' teeth-splinting grooves. This reel arrived, actually, by a similar moment of happenstance as did Missing Period (see listing). Brand X recorded its rehearsals and its live shows for review purposes, but would typically use the same tape over and over - once any needed tweaks to the setlist or musical approach had been made. Somehow, the 1979 Roxy date survived. As such, there is a flatness to the recording, which hasn't been remixed. But, as documents of a moment in time go, it's startling: Lumley's Disco Suicide and Jones' Malaga Virgen (both from 1977's Moroccan Roll) absolutely crackle with life. Brand X also dashes through a trio of tracks from their then-new release Product (highlighted by a boiling version on Collins' And So To F), before closing with an absolutely titanic update of the band-written Nuclear Burn from the Brand X debut. Collins, throughout, is a blur of intrigue." -DMG
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bad sound great live show 19 Jun 2014
By shadowmaster - Published on Amazon.com
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A tape recording from the actual show, no editing, no re mastering I presume since the sound is barely audible much closer to a bootleg recording. Here you can hear audience noise and Phil Collins and his musketeers jeering so lots of fun and a festive concert. The performance from all members are exceptional and in free form. However the sound is really bootlegged quality, I am not sure if it can be improved if the source tape was like this. The tracks were taken from Phil Collins with the band so no new material. It has a 4 page booklet that tells about the show, photo of the band and archive itineraries of the tour. This is a real live recording so bear with the bad sound quality. For completest and do not buy if over 10 dollars.
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