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40th Anniversary Concert - Live In London

Wishbone Ash

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Simply Great!

I've been a fan of Wishbone Ash since 1972 and Argus. Owning all their cd's and lp's I have to say this is one of their best live performances. The 40th Anniversary Concert runs over 2 hours and there is not a bad song on it. Great sound and bringing back some of the old members from the past is nice. Tracks 12 and 13 featuring Ben Granfelt, Manny and Andy all playing harmony leads is awesome. If your an old fan don't hesitate to buy. If you haven't heard Wishbone Ash this is what classic rock is all about. Enjoy,

One of their best live sets ever

Listen to it with headphones on. The guitar tones, stereo mix and engineering are incredible.

Biography

Formed: 1966 in Devon, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the early- and mid-'70s, Wishbone Ash were among England's most popular hard rock acts. The group's roots dated to the summer of 1966, when drummer Steve Upton formed a band called Empty Vessels with bassist/vocalist Martin Turner and guitarist Glen Turner. Empty Vessels soon changed their name to Tanglewood and moved to London; during a gig at the Country Club in Hampstead, they were seen by would-be rock...
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