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MAN - All's Well That Ends Well (Deluxe 3 CD Boxset Edition)

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MAN - All's Well That Ends Well (Deluxe 3 CD Boxset Edition)Expanded & remastered release of Man’s classic 1977 live album
Format: CD / Cat No: ECLEC32431 / Released: 03/02/2014

Track Listing: Disc 1 (ORIGINAL ALBUM REMASTERED): 1. LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL / 2. THE WELSH CONNECTION / 3. THE RIDE AND THE VIEW / 4. HARD WAY TO LIVE / 5. BORN WITH A FUTURE / 6. SPUNK ROCK / 7. ROMAIN / Disc 2 (MAN AT THE ROUNDHOUSE (DECEMBER 1976 – PART ONE - NEWLY REMIXED & PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)): 1. LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL / 2. 7171 551 / 3. THE WELSH CONNECTION / 4. BABE, I'M GONNA LEAVE YOU / 5. THE RIDE AND THE VIEW / 6. C'MON / Disc 3 (MAN AT THE ROUNDHOUSE (DECEMBER 1976 – PART TWO - NEWLY REMIXED & PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)): 1. BORN WITH A FUTURE / 2. MANY ARE CALLED, BUT FEW GET UP / 3. A HARD WAY TO LIVE / 4. BANANAS / 5. SPUNK ROCK / 6. ROMAIN

More information: This is the expanded release of Man’s classic 1977 live album “All’s Well That End’s Well”. Following the release of the album “The Welsh Connection” in 1976, featuring a new line-up of the band featuring Micky Jones (Guitar / Vocals), Deke Leonard (Guitar, Vocals), Phil Ryan (Keyboards / Vocals), John McKenzie (Bass) and Terry Williams (Drums), Man embarked upon their last UK tour of the 1970s, the highlight of which was a series of shows at London’s Roundhouse. The highlights of these concerts were released as the album “All’s Well That Ends Well” in 1977.

To celebrate those wonderful performances, this deluxe clamshell edition has been expanded across three CDs to include a newly remastered edition of the original album (from the original master tapes) and a brand new mix of Man’s entire live set recorded on the 10th & 11th December 1976 (made from the original 24-track master tapes).

The deluxe set features a lavishly illustrated booklet with new essay, fully restored album artwork and a reproduction of the rare “History of Man” booklet that came with initial pressings of the album.