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1 - ATOMIC ROOSTER - LIVE AT PARIS THEATRE 1970 - (EP) 
SIREENA


The songs on this record are rare historical recordings. These are the only concert recordings of Atomic Rooster with Carl Palmer on vinyl.In 1969 keyboarder Vincent Crane and drummer Carl Palmer left the band The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown (incidentally, Crane had written the world hit "Fire"), joined forces with bassist Nick Graham and founded ATOMIC ROOSTER. The debut album released in 1970 was a respectable success, but Nick Graham then left the band. Incidentally, he remained the only full-time bassist in the band's history. For him from ANDROMEDA came the guitarist and singer John DuCann, who should leave a good mark. DuCann arrived at the beginning of 1970 and the trio Crane-Palmer-DuCann went on a tour across Sweden and UK in February / March. During this section, the band also played in the legendary Paris Theater in London, where they recorded live for the BBC. Four of these recordings are on the 10 "released by Sireena Records on vinyl for the first time, they are rough direct recordings that are of great historical value - and they impressively show the exceptional talent of Carl Palmer.Palmer then moved on to Emerson, Lake & Palmer, who became one of the supergroups of the 1970s. Vincent Crane continued with John DuCann and drummer John Hammond, and a year later - in 1971 - this formation was again in the Paris Theater for more radio recordings. But that's another story!The recordings on this record came from the possession of John DuCann, who already died like Vincent Crane.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Friday The 13th 6:37 02. Gershatser 8:46 03. Winter 6:36 04. Shabaloo 6:57


Format: EP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 28-01-2018
Item # : 511713     
Availability: IN STOCK
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