COLOSSEUM To Dig In Their German Memories

As the updated line-up of the legendary COLOSSEUM – with Nick Steed and Kim Nishikawara replacing Dave Greenslade, who retired from the band, and Barbara Thompson and GENTLE GIANT’s Malcolm Mortimore taking over the drums – are back on the road, in Germany, there could be no better time to prepare the release of “Live In Germany”: a double CD compilation of the veterans’ classic performances from 1969-1971 and a DVD of their appearances on the “Beat Club” TV show, plus three tracks from their 1969 concert in Vienna.

Perhaps, it’s not as riveting as entire live shows preserved for posterity, yet with the collective’s propensity for in-the-moment improvisations, this item looks like a must-have entry in any fan’s music collection.

COLOSSEUM –
Live In Germany

CD 1:
1. Walking In The Park
2. The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
3. Take Me Back To Doomsday
4. Tanglewood ’63
5. Radio Intro
6. Walking In The Park
7. Butty’s Blues
8. Valentyne Suite

CD 2:
1. Lost Angeles
2. Downhill And Shadows
3. Tanglewood ’63
4. The Machine Demands A Sacrifice / Drum Solo

DVD:
1. Walking In The Park
2. The Machine Demands A Sacrifice
3. Take Me Back To Doomsday
4. Tanglewood ’63

September 2, 2021

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