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Prog Legend Eddie Jobson To Release Eddie Jobson – Live New Double CD

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eddie Jobson is best known for his virtuosic violin and keyboard work with Roxy Music, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Jethro Tull and supergroup UK.
Eddie Jobson
Musicians’ musician and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Eddie Jobson, best known for his virtuosic violin and keyboard work with Roxy Music, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Jethro Tull and supergroup UK, brings us a compilation of live performances from Poland, Russia, Japan and the U.S.A. with his all-star U-Z Project.

Jobson’s live concert recordings feature guest musicians Marc Bonilla, Alex Machacek, Marco Minnemann, Mike Mangini, Greg Howe, Simon Phillips, Trey Gunn, TJ Helmerich, Billy Sheehan, Ric Fierabracci, Tony Levin and special guest appearances by John Wetton.

The twenty-one tracks include:

  • Alaska (UK)- Perm, Russia
  • The Only Thing She Needs (UK)- Los Angeles, USA
  • Awakening (Mahavishnu Orchestra)- Boston, USA
  • Nevermore (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Rendezvous 6:02 (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Theme of Secrets (Jobson)- Bydgoszcz, Poland
  • In The Dead of Night (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Presto Vivace (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Bitches Crystal (ELP)- Los Angeles, USA
  • Red (King Crimson)- Perm, Russia
  • Starless (King Crimson)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Caesar’s Palace Blues (UK)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Forever Until Sunday (Bruford)- Tokyo, Japan
  • Carrying No Cross (UK)- Krakow, Poland
Released August 28, 2020

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