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Live In Berlin (Live)

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Album Review

It's titled Live in Berlin, but according to a small note in the booklet, "this album was recorded at various European concerts including Berlin in late 1995." It's a reunion version of the band, and one that's missing key member Georg Kajanus from the lineup. So it's really an extraneous souvenir for diehards, even if the sound quality is good and the performances reasonably spirited and accomplished. Their big mid-'70s British hits "Girls Girls Girls" and "A Glass of Champagne" are here, of course (as is their much smaller hit "One Drink Too Many"), with some less expected things like "Mack the Knife," a "La Bamba Medley," and a "Ghostbusters Medley" thrown in. The tone of much of the material reflects frivolous romps of the jet set through drink and casual affairs, though it's hardly going to make anyone forget Bryan Ferry.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

Unlike in the States, music hall had a much longer life span in the U.K., kept alive at summer season seaside shows, its influence percolating out as far as punk — think Ian Dury & the Blockheads, and even into Two Tone via Madness. Sailor represented the best of this tradition, from their sailor caps to their bell bottom trousers, their port of call stage set, and their sing-along songs. Their eponymous debut album disembarked in 1974, with their "Glass of Champagne" single rocketing to...
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  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 01 May 2002

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