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Live in Edinburgh

by Thorn's Musical Journey

This live recording captures a rocking five-piece band at the height of its powers. Flute and guitars duel it out over knockout tenor vocals and a rhythm section that plays like it's the last gig on earth. Eat it, Jethro Tull.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. I Keep Having This Dream
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2. The Pilot
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3. Rhythm
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4. Abandon You
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5. All-Purpose Holiday Song
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6. Hard To Do
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7. Nothing To Look At
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8. Broken Sword
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9. Connections
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Album Notes
Recorded 23 April 2009 at the Wee Red Bar, College of Art, in the Scottish Capital, on the occasion of the release of the band's "Broken Sword" album (which would be foolish to not purchase today). Recorded, mixed and mastered by the brilliant Garry Boyle of Civilian Project Productions. Thanks to opening acts Mutant Lodge and Many Days Waiting and compere Calum Haddow.

Voice, acoustic guitar: Darren Thornberry
Electric guitar, backing voice: Ross Baird
Flute: Beth Sederstrom
Bass: James "The Hit Man" Whyte
Drums: Rory Macdonald


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