Live At The Marquee 1969 is a live album by King Crimson.
Tracks 1 to 7 were recorded at the Marquee Club in London on 6 July 1969. Trees was recorded at the Fairfields Halls in Croydon on 17 October 1969.
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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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After the Flood – Van Der Graaf Generator At The BBC 1968-1977 is a collection of mainly live in the studio recordings by challenging prog rock band, Van Der Graaf Generator.
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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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Epitaph Volumes 1 & 2 is a live album by King Crimson.
It was recorded in 1969 at various concerts.
On CD 1:
- 1 and 2 were recorded on May 6, 1969 at the Maida Vale Studios, London
- 3 and 4 were recorded on August 19, 1969 at Maida Vale Studios, London
- 5 to 7 were recorded on November 21, 1969 at the Fillmore East in New York
- 8 to 11 were recorded on December 14, 1969 at the Fillmore West in San Francisco
All the songs on CD2 was recorded on December 15, 1969 at the Fillmore West in San Francisco
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Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a live album by Deep Purple.
The concerto was written by John Lord and was performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 24 September 1969. The album was released in January 1970 in the UK and a month earlier in the USA.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was conducted by Malcolm Arnold.
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Yes Something’s Coming The BBC Recordings is a live compilation album by Yes. It is made up of songs recorded by the BBC.
(also called Beyond and Before: BBC Recordings 1969–1970)
This is the early stuff before they developed the sound they are known for from The Yes Album onwards and is played by the original members of Yes.
Jon Anderson – vocals
Peter Banks – guitars
Tony Kaye – keyboards
Chris Squire – bass, vocals
Bill Bruford – drums
Peter Banks went on to form Flash but didn’t do a great deal musically after leaving Yes.
Tony Kaye formed Badger and Detective and played on one album with Badfinger. He returned to Yes in the 1980s and 1990s and played on the albums 90125, 9012Live The Solos, Big Generator, Union and Talk.
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Genesis Archive 1967–75 is a compilation album of live recordings and rare studio songs. It includes a live version of The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway and some of the famous 1973 concert at the Rainbow.
The recording of The Lamb is from one concert at the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, California on 24 January 1975.
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Ummagumma is the first Pink Floyd live album recorded in 1969 with early psychedelic space rock classics.
It was a double LP with one LP live and the other recorded in the studio and featuring compositions by the individual members of the group. Only one song, Grantchester Meadows is really worthwhile.
Pink Floyd Ummagumma Live 1969
Inglewood: Live in California is the only live album available from Deep Purple Mk1 which shows their progressive rock style.
Deep Purple at this stage consisted of:
Rod Evans – Lead vocals
Ritchie Blackmore – Guitar
Nick Simper – Bass, backing vocals
Jon Lord – Keyboards, backing vocals
Ian Paice – Drums
At Inglewood in October 1968, they supported Cream on their farewell tour.
Deep Purple Inglewood Live in California
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