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Live at the Marquee
Review by Gary Hill
This is a new reissue of a live album from the 1980s. The band was known for the live shows, and had released their first album in 1970, but never before released a live album.

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I have heard arguments that say that the 1970s were the decade with the best music. Like any decade, they had a lot of garbage music

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This four-CD set has some great music contained within. We get some of the bigger prog acts in terms of songs from Renaissance, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Electric Light Orchestra, Procol Harum and Yes.

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