A Night At Red Rocks With The Colorado Symphony Orchestra is a live album by The Moody Blues recorded in September 1992 at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Colorado.
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Live In London is the second official live album by singer songwriter Randy Newman after his 1970 Live album.
On his tour to promote the Harps And Angels studio album, Randy Newman arranged a special concert at LSO St. Luke’s, a converted church in London and he was accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra. The performance was televised and has now been released as a live album.
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Live In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra is a live album by Procol Harum recorded in 1971 in Edmonton in Canada.
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Journey To The Centre Of The Earth is a recording of a live performance given by keyboard maestro Rick Wakeman at the Royal Festival Hall in London in January 1974.
Journey was the second solo album by Rick Wakeman and the first after he left Yes and is based on the Jules Verne story.
It must have been a stunning show as Rick Wakeman didn’t hold back on his ambitions.
Performing with him are the London Symphony Orchestra, the English Chamber Choir and a rock band that later became known as The English Rock Ensemble. The story is narrated by the actor David Hemmings.
Confusingly, to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of this album, Rick Wakeman re-recorded it in the studio and added back some extra songs that he’s written at the time. Wakeman then toured with this new version.
The first ever rock concert I went to was by Rick Wakeman on the No Earthy Connection tour in 1976. It was very impressive to see him surrounded by different keyboards and jumping from one to another with his long hair and cape flying. he also told some funny jokes.
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A Live Record is the first live album released by progressive rock group Camel. It is a compilation of recordings from concerts in 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977.
It includes a complete performance of the band’s breakthrough album, The Snow Goose performed with the London Symphony Orchestra in 1975.
The members of Camel in 1974 and 75 were:
- Andrew Latimer: Guitar, Flute, Vocals
- Peter Bardens: Keyboards
- Doug Ferguson: Bass
- Andy Ward: Drums, Percussion
Doug Ferguson had left by 1977 and there were two new members for the 1977 recordings:
- Mel Collins: Saxophones, Flute
- Richard Sinclair: Bass, Vocals
This is the unfortunate problem with live compilations since the change in members tends to alter their sound.
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Works Live is a live album of an Emerson, Lake & Palmer concert in Montreal, Canada that also featured a 70 piece orchestra that nearly bankrupted the group.
Parts of this album were previously issued as Emerson Lake & Palmer In Concert.
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