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Live At The Marquee by Dream Theater (CD, Feb-1992, Import)

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Product description
Album Features
Artist:Dream Theater
Release Year:1992
Record Label:Import
Genre:Art Rock, Rock & Pop

Track Listing
1. Metropolis
2. Fortune in Lies
3. Bombay Vindaloo
4. Surrounded
5. Another Hand - The Killing Hand
6. Pull Me Under

Playing Time:47 min.
Contributing Artists:Jay Beckenstein
Distributor:MSI Music Distribution
Recording Type:Live
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Dream Theater: James LaBrie (vocals, percussion); John Petrucci (guitar, vocals); Derek Sherinian (keyboards); John Myung (bass); Mike Portnoy (drums, percussion, vocals).Additional personnel: Jay Beckenstein (alto saxophone).Recorded live at Le Bataclan, Paris, France on June 25, 1998.LIVE AT THE MARQUEE is a 1993 live set by Los Angeles-based progressive rockers Dream Theater, featuring "Metropolis."Personnel: James LaBrie (vocals); John Petrucci (guitar); Kevin Moore (keyboards); Mike Portnoy (drums).Audio Mixer: Doug Oberkircher.Liner Note Author: Dream Theater.Recording information: Marquee Club, London, England; The Marquee, London, England.This is a live recording featuring songs from When Dream and Day Unite and Images and Words. There really isn't that much going on here that can't be heard on the studio records. "A Fortune in Lies" is treated with more aggression than the original and remains one of their gems from the past. "Bombay Vindaloo" is a jam session that features some creative drumming from Mike Portnoy and some diverse playing from John Petrucci. Especially impressive were the muted, Al DiMeola-style quotes. "Another Hand - The Killing Hand" is a combination of an instrumental ("Another Hand") commonly featured in their live shows and the now-infamous "The Killing Hand." The latter is given a great update by singer James LaBrie and probably didn't have too many people missing Charlie Dominici. This is a good live session that will appeal mostly to the diehards of this excellent progressive metal band. ~ Robert Taylor

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