on 12 May 2013
If you are not moving at least two of your body parts whilst listening to this album seek medical help as the chances are you are clinically dead. From the start to the finish this is a superb capture of the bands live sound with a blistering guitar sound and one of the tightest rhythm sections around.Stand out tracks include Working Man,What?Am I To Do,88 and Silver Giver. There is also a sublime cover of The Hoax track Don't Shake My Hand. Don't mess about downloading individual tracks,this is one of my buy the whole album recommendations.
on 2 June 2013
I saw these guy's live in Aberdeen supporting Michael Schenker and was blown away. In days of those with limited talent being packaged for inferior tv talent shows, It is a joy to see and hear a band who have learned to play and promot themselves through gigging. Virgil McMahon really impressed me as a Guitar player, so on these strengths I bought "Live at Marshall" and it is a good introduction to the band for anyone not familiar with them yet. They showcase both their Blues & Rock sides on this album, so if you like Blues Rock, check out these guy's I'm sure you'll enjoy them and the album.