Live At The Fillmore East December 1969 is a live album by The Nice.
It was recorded in New York a few minutes before the band split in March 1970.
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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.
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Five Bridges is a live album by The Nice featuring Keith Emerson before he formed Emerson, Lake & Palmer. It also features an orchestra, Sinfonia Of London.
It was mainly recorded at Fairfield Halls in Croydon (UK) on 17 October 1969. Country Pie was recorded live at The Fillmore East in New York in December 1969 and One Of Those People is a studio recording.
The Five Bridges refer to the (then) five bridges that crossed the River Tyne between Newcastle and Gateshead in the North East of England.
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