Livestock (Brand X album)

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Livestock
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Live album by
Released18 November 1977
RecordedSeptember 1976 at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London and Hammersmith Odeon
23 April and 5 August 1977 at the Marquee Club, London and Hammersmith Odeon
Genre Jazz fusion
Length41:11
Label Charisma (UK, LP)
Passport (US, LP)
Caroline Blue Plate (CD)
Producer Brand X
Brand X chronology
Moroccan Roll
(1977)
Livestock
(1977)
Masques
(1978)
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Livestock is a live album by British jazz fusion group Brand X released in 1977. 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 (though Collins still performs percussion on those tracks). The recordings on the album come from Brand X's 1977 European and North American tour.

Contents

Track listing

Side 1
No.TitleRecording venue and dateLength
1."Nightmare Patrol" (Goodsall, Dennard) Hammersmith Odeon, 5 August 19777:40
2."-Ish" (Goodsall, Lumley, Jones, Pert, Collins) Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, September 19768:11
3."Euthanasia Waltz" (Goodsall, Jones, Lumley, Collins) Marquee Club, 23 April 19775:12
Side 2
No.TitleRecording venue and dateLength
4."Isis Mourning (Part 1 & 2)" (Goodsall, Jones, Lumley, Pert, Collins)Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, September 19769:58
5."Malaga Virgen" (Jones)Hammersmith Odeon, 5 August 19778:45

Personnel

Production

Mixed at Trident Studios, London, August 1977.

X-CERPTS: 3 From Livestock + 1

A 12" record, titled X-CERPTS: 3 From Livestock + 1, was released including edited versions of three tracks from Livestock and a previously unreleased studio track.

Side I: "Nightmare Patrol" - 3:17; "Genocide of the Straights" - 2:50 (previously unreleased)

Side II: "Euthanasia Waltz" - 3:25; "Malaga Virgen" - 3:20

Notes

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References

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