The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England. Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The Scaffold are probably best remembered for their musical recordings, yet on-stage in particular, they did not stick solely or primarily to one media, mixing in a lot of comedy and some poetry.
Live at The Queen Elizabeth Hall 1968 (Él ACMEM63CD) Jan. 2006. Liverpool – The Number Ones Album (EMI 50999 5 19522 2 8) Feb. 2008. Thank U Very Much (Bell 6018) Sept. McGough and McGear (Real Gone Music RGM-0025) Feb.
The second CD is musical piece 'Stone Souls', commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and premiered a few days before this DVD was recorded, at the Leeds Jazz Festival 2004 (from which a recording was made and aired the following week on Radio 3). At the time of writing this addendum Gary Husband informs me that "It appears the DVD will be. the only document of that experiment so I'm glad that exists,. it's not in any stretch of the imagination ideal but it's all we have"
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. This is the third and final live recording to be released from Brett's first solo album, and was recorded at the first of two special performances at Queen Elizabeth Hall to promote the album. As well as solo material the concert concluded with acoustic and electric versions of Suede tracks. No track-listing comes with the album. The cover photograph of Amy Langley and Brett Anderson is by Paul Khera.
Live at Queen Elizabeth Hall Brett Anderson. Elizabeth Killah Priest. Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall The Scaffold. Blueprints from the Cellar/At the Queen Elizabeth Hall Robert Calvert.
In addition, a Scaffold greatest hits album entitled "Singles As + Bs" was released on See For Miles Records in 1982 and a second greatest hits collection "The Very Best of Scaffold" in 2002. Two compilations of the band's Parlophone tracks have also been released. Jack Bruce, Elton John, Graham Nash and Jimi Hendrix were among the session musicians who performed on The Scaffold's early records (none of the trio being musicians). "Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall 1968" (Parlophone 1968) "Lily the Pink" (Parlophone 1969) "Fresh Liver" (Island 1973) "Sold Out" (Warner Bros. 1975) "Singles As & Bs" (See For Miles 1982) "The Best of the EMI Years" (EMI 1992) "At Abbey Road 1966-1971" (EMI 1998) "The Very Best of Scaffold" (EMI 2002).
Related tracks or albums: Queen - Who Wants To Live Forever. Gabby & Kase - Live At The Amsterdam Bar. Queen - Live Killers Vo. The Scaffold - Lily The Pink. Nahual - The Scaffold of the Dead. Off The Cuff - Shake.
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