Stray: Live At The Marquee

Stray SKU: 35943662
Stray: Live At The Marquee

Stray: Live At The Marquee

Stray SKU: 35943662

Format: CD

Regular price $17.99

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Title: Live At The Marquee
Artist: Stray
Label: Esoteric
UPC: 5013929472549
Genre: Rock

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a new re-mastered and expanded edition of the 1984 album "Live at the Marquee", by the legendary British rock band STRAY. The album was the first record release by Stray since their 1977 album "Hearts of Fire", following which the band went on a hiatus. The line-up of Del Bromham (lead guitar), Pete Dyer (vocals), Gary Giles (bass) & Ritchie Cole (drums) reunited in 1983 to play a triumphant concert at The Marquee Club in London, featuring many Stray classics such as 'All in Your Mind', 'Suicide', 'One Night in Texas' and 'Houdini', all captured on this album released the following year. Unavailable on CD for over 15 years, this welcome Esoteric Recordings edition has been newly re-mastered from the original master tapes and includes the bonus track 'Feel Like I've Been Here Before', recorded at the same concert, along with both sides of a rare solo single by Del Bromham, issued in 1979. 'Who Do You Love' and 'The Best Friend I Ever Had' appear on CD for the very first time. The booklet restores the original album artwork and features an essay by Malcolm Dome and an exclusive interview with Del Bromham.

1.1 Houdini
1.2 One Night in Texas
1.3 After the Storm
1.4 Percy the Pimp
1.5 Running Wild
1.6 All in Your Mind
1.7 Suicide
1.8 Feel Like I've Been Here Before
1.9 Who Do You Love
1.10 The Best Friend I Ever Had
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