Refugee Live in Concert 1974

Live In Concert: Newcastle City Hall 1974 is a live album by Refugee.

When Keith Emerson left The Nice to form ELP, two other members – singer and bassist Lee Jackson and drummer Brian Davison – recruited Patrick Moraz and formed a new band called Refugee.

They only stayed together for one studio album before Moraz was poached by Yes to replace Rick Wakeman.

Refugee Live in Concert 1974

Songs On Refugee Live in Concert 1974

1. Outro – Ritt Mickley
2. One Left Handed Peter Pan
3. The Diamond Hard Blues Apples Of the Moon
4. Someday
5. Papillon
6. She Belongs To Me
7. Medley: Grand Canyon Suite – The Source/Theme For the Canyon/The Journey/Rapids/The Mighty Colorado
8. Refugee Jam

The origins of this album are that the concert was recorded on a cassette direct from the mixing deck. While this provenance is much better than an audience recording, inevitably sound is compromised when compared against an official modern live recording.


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