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Live In Hamburg (Wishbone Ash album)

Live In Hamburg
Wishbone Ash
Released Jun 1, 2007
Genre Rock
Length 134:54
Label BHM Productions
Producer Wishbone Ash
Wishbone Ash chronology

First Light
Live In Hamburg
Power of Eternity

Live In Hamburg is a live album from rock band Wishbone Ash. It was recorded in Germany on 23. January 2007. It was also released as a DVD of the same name and identical content. It marks the final appearance of drummer Ray Weston.

Track listing

  1. "Eyes Wide Open" (Muddy Manninen, Andy Powell) – 5:43
  2. "Healing Ground" (Chad Cromwell, Kenny Greenberg, Nicholson, Rhodes, Reese Wynans) – 5:06
  3. "The King Will Come" (Powell, Martin Turner, Ted Turner, Steve Upton) – 8:18
  4. "Warrior" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 5:46
  5. "Why Don't We" (Turner) – 9:02
  6. "Dreams Outta Dust" (Powell) – 4:56
  7. "The Raven" (Manninen) – 6:27
  8. "Sometime World" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 8:39
  9. "Valediction" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 6:15
  10. "Sorrel" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 4:05
  11. "Capture The Moment" (Powell) – 3:33
  12. "Tales Of The Wise" (Roger Filgate, Powell) – 10:29
  13. "Almighty Blues" (Ben Granfelt) – 8:23
  14. "Standing In The Rain" (Turner) – 8:09
  15. "Phoenix" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 10:09
  16. "Blind Eye" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 4:15
  17. "Ballad Of The Beacon" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 4:37
  18. "Blowin' Free / Bad Weather Blues" (Powell, Turner, Turner, Upton) – 12:02


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