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Live From London

Magnum

Year: 1984

Runtime: 00:59:33

Stalwarts of the British rock scene, Magnum’s performance at the Camden Palace in 1985 coincided with the release of their breakthrough album “On A Storyteller’s Night”. The album subsequently went gold and this concert, recorded as part of the “Live From London” series, was one of the first times audiences were treated to many of the tracks live. Featuring On A Storyteller’s Night, Les Morts Dansant, Just Like An Arrow and All England’s Eyes this concert is the perfect snapshot of a band in their prime.

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Rock, Progressive Rock

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