Live is a live album by English folk rock band Lindisfarne.
It was recorded at the City Hall In Newcastle, England on December 4, 1971 and was released in 1973. Lindisfarne built up a tradition of playing terrific concerts in their home city of Newcastle around Christmas time.
This was the year the group consolidated the success of the Lady Eleanor single in 1970 by releasing the studio album Fog On the Tyne. This went to #1 in the album charts in the UK.
Intro – 1:16
Together Forever – 3:08
No Time To Lose – 3:58
January Song – 5:06
Meet Me On The Corner – 3:43
Alright On The Night – 4:33
Train In G Major – 3:31
Scotch Mist – 2:46
Lady Eleanor – 6:03
Knacker’s Yard Blues – 4:56
Fog On The Tyne – 5:52
We Can Swing Together – 17:54
Jackhammer Blues – 5:42
Clear White Light – 11:08
The band at this stage was:
Alan Hull – vocals, guitar, keyboards
Ray Jackson – vocals, mandolin, harmonica
Rod Clements – bass guitar, violin
Simon Cowe – guitar, mandolin, banjo, keyboards
Ray Laidlaw – drums
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What Else Was Happening In This Year?
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