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on 12 January 2001
This live release from 1977 saw Brand X continue to develop their particular style of loose semi-improvised Jazz-rock, which proved that the quality sounds were not just studio trickery. The album begins with the rock based "Nightmare Patrol" which features a searing John Goodsall guitar solo. The mood changes completely with "Ish" which is a funky, seemingly mainly improvised piece featuring ripply Fender Piano from Robin Lumley underpinned by Percy Jones' distinctive slurred fretless bass work. "Isis Mourning pt 1" is a gorgeously melodic tune which showcases Jones' astonishing technique which he was to develop further on later recordings.
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