Hunt The Self (Recorded Live At The Marquee)

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  1. Live At the Marquee was originally released in even though the concert had been recorded in prior to the Clubs closure in Two additional live tracks from that performance have been added as bonus tracks which are available for the very first time on vinyl!/5(12).
  2. It Just Doesn't Matter / Hunt the Self (Recorded Live at The Marquee) (12": HOW 2T) What Can I Say (Live at The Marquee) / Bounce Right Back (Live at The Marquee) (limited free 7" with 12": WEA, SAM ) Side A produced by Rupert Hine, B-side produced by Howard Jones.
  3. Hunt The Self (Recorded Live At The Marquee) Engineer – Mark Lusardi* Mixed By – Mike Roarty: Companies, etc. Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf Pressé en Allemagne par Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf [W logo] a Warner Communications Company ℗ WEA Records Ltd.
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  5. Live at the Marquee was released as an EP in Europe and Japan only in It's the only DT live album to feature the original "classic" lineup, including Kevin Moore on keyboards. And it is AWESOME! Contained on here are probably the best versions EVER of Metropolis Pt 1 /5(49).
  6. Aug 05,  · WOW, this is a really smokin hot live set by the sweet from at the marquee, (it states this gig was recorded in but i feel it was more like or even 88) but regardless what a line up andy had during this era, if you are a sweet fan from the 70s wich was there glory days i think you may like this live offerning from the mid to late 80s but of coarse THIS IS NOT BRIAN CONNELY ON /5(12).
  7. Mar 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Howard Jones - Hunt The Self - Live YouTube Howard Jones - Pearl In The Shell - Duration: howardjonesmusic , views.
  8. When Del was the lead guitarist with the band, before he took over on vocals too. That incendiary set was captured on tape for release as the album “Live At The Marquee”. That album was the first to be released by the band since their offering, “Hearts Of Fire”, after which they took a hiatus.

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