9 thoughts on “ Euthanasia Waltz - Brand X (3) - Livestock (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. JOHN GOODSALL's superspeed, medula-oblongata-shredding solos (especially the one on Euthanasia Waltz) have NEVER BEEN TOPPED in terms of OVERALL INTENSITY and ESSENTIAL COOLNESS. Brand X was on of Al DiMeola's favorite bands; it's easy to see why--their music has all the intensity and virtuosity of Al's without any of the schmaltzy, melodic /5(47).
  2. Producer – Brand X (3) Notes Recorded on the Manor Mobile at Ronnie Scotts, London Sept, and at Hammersmith Odeon and the Marquee Club, London August /5(7).
  3. You have to be careful, because Brand X did forget for a while that their intention was to explore the obscure side, and they put out some real clunkers that were nothing more than cheap pop albums. However, THIS album "Livestock" is by far their best album, and the only album of theirs that I have had any interest in buying since I got into CDs/5(45).
  4. Lest the momentum of Moroccan Roll and its relative chart success go to waste, Brand X released a stopgap solution with Livestock, featuring three recent live tracks and two stockpiled studio tracks that actually predate the Moroccan Roll sessions by two months. As might be expected, it's not their most enduring work, although the inclusion of three new originals and 5/
  5. Oct 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Livestock on Discogs. Label: Virgin - CLACD5 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock Brand X - Livestock (CD) | Discogs/5(18).
  6. Brand X was one of the most prominent British bands working in the genre of jazz fusion in the 70s. The band continues to this day. Original members were Percy Jones (bass), Robin Lumley (keys), John Goodsall (guitar), and Phil Collins (drums). Further recordings featured a wide variety of different members replacing at times every single core member; these have included, John .
  7. Livestock is a live album by British jazz fusion group Brand X released in The album has five tracks. It is the first album on which Kenwood Dennard appears as a replacement drummer for Phil Collins on two of the five tracks. The recordings on the album come from Brand X's European and North American tour.
  8. features remarkable new versions of Brand X classics taken mostly from the band's first three albums, including Nightmare Patrol, Nuclear Burn, Malaga Virgen, And So To F and more. Jones and Goodsall are at their blistering best and the performance has been beautifully mixed by Stephen W. Tayler (Peter Gabriel, U.K., Kate Bush, Bruford, Brand X.
  9. 3. Euthanasia Waltz () 4. Isis Mourning (part one) () 5. Isis Mourning (part two) () Like a couple of the Brand X albums, Livestock may have come late in the day of the fusion era and its peak but it is none the less a towering and worthy album with a silent, even hypnotic, ambient as well as being an engaging listen, an album /5(13).

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