"Livestock", released just after the first two Brand X studio albums, was recorded live at Ronnie Scotts in London (September, 1976) and at the Hammersmith Odeon and the Marquee Club in London (August, 1977). Since the band was comprised of musicians with a fair amount of concert experience, it's no wonder these performances translate well from studio to stage. Here you'll find songs like "Euthanasia Waltz" from "Unorthodox Behaviour" and "Malaga Virgen" from "Moroccan Roll ", but the other four tracks represent material not found on their first two recordings. Some wonderful spacey fusion here, plus the requisite harder moments courtesy of John Goodsall and his guitar.
|05:36||Isis Mourning, Part 1||Instrumental|
|04:41||Isis Mourning, Part 2||Instrumental|
|John Goodsall||Guitars, Production|
|Phil Collins||Drums, Production|
|Percy Jones||Bass, Production|
|Robin Lumley||Keyboards, Production|
|Morris Pert||Percussion, Production|
|Kenwood Dennard||Drums, Production|
|John Brand||Engineering Assistance|
|Steve Short||Engineering Assistance|
|Neil Ross||Engineering Assistance|
|Recorded at the Manot Mobile at Ronnie Scotts, London Sept. 1976 and at the Hammersmith Odeon and the Marquee Club, London August 1977.
Mixed at Trident Studios, London August 1977.
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