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Live Dates

Live Dates
Live album by Wishbone Ash
Released December 1973
Recorded June 17–24, 1973
Genre Progressive rock, hard rock
Label MCA
Producer Derek Lawrence
Wishbone Ash chronology
Wishbone Four
Live Dates
There's the Rub
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic [1]

Live Dates is the first live album by the British rock band Wishbone Ash.

Following the release of the album, founding member Ted Turner left the band, resulting in a shift of the band's musical approach.


  • Composition 1
  • Track listing 2
  • Personnel 3
  • References 4


This double live album was recorded in June 1973 at Croydon Fairfield Halls,[A] Reading University,[B] Newcastle City Hall,[C] and Portsmouth Guildhall.[D], using The Rolling Stones Mobile Recording Studio.

Track listing

  1. "The King Will Come"[A] – 7:44
  2. "Warrior"[C] – 5:57
  3. "Throw Down the Sword"[C] – 6:08
  4. "Rock 'n Roll Widow"[B] – 6:08
  5. "Ballad of the Beacon"[B] – 5:22
  6. "Baby What You Want Me to Do"[D] – 7:48
  7. "The Pilgrim"[B] – 9:14
  8. "Blowin' Free"[A] – 5:31
  9. "Jail Bait"[A] – 4:37
  10. "Lady Whiskey"[B] – 5:57
  11. "Phoenix"[A] – 17:23



  1. ^ Eder, Bruce. Live Dates at AllMusic

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