En concert : Live 1970-1971

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En concert : Live 1970-1971
Live album by
Released1977
RecordedBelfort Janvier 1971, Mars 1971
Genre Progressive rock
Label RCA
Producer Jean-Claude Pognant
Ange chronology
Tome VI : Live 1977
(1977)
En concert : Live 1970-1971
(1977)
Guet-Apens
(1979)

En concert : Live 1970-1971 is a live album by the French progressive rock band Ange. It was released by their ex-manager in 1978 against the will of the band.

Contents

Track listing

Side One:

  1. "Zup" (Francis Decamps) – 02:56
  2. "Atome" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 17:06

Side Two:

  1. "Opus 69" (Francis Decamps) – 03:03
  2. "Présentation" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 00:36
  3. "Général Machin" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 03:12
  4. "Assis Sur L'univers" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 08:20

Side Three:

  1. "Professeur Flouze" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 04:22
  2. "Messaline" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 03:14
  3. "Cauchemar" (Christian Decamps) – 06:46

Side Four:

  1. "Prophétie" (Christian Decamps, Francis Decamps) – 22:34

Personnel

Additional musicians

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