Some Enchanted Evening (Remaster) Blue Öyster Cult

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Album-Release:
1978

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13.07.2016

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  • 1R.U. Ready 2 Rock06:08
  • 2E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)05:19
  • 3Astronomy08:18
  • 4Kick out the Jams03:07
  • 5Godzilla04:13
  • 6(Don't Fear) The Reaper05:53
  • 7We Gotta Get out of This Place04:50
  • Total Runtime37:48

Info for Some Enchanted Evening (Remaster)

The second Blue Öyster Cult live album appeared only three years after the first one, and was just a single one this time. Perhaps not all that essential, but it gives you at least a chance to hear the masterpiece "Astronomy" performed live, and in a very good version too. "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" stands on the other hand no chance to match the superior studio version, and sounds a bit thin and flat here. The album also features two covers: MC 5's "Kick Out the Jams" and The Animal's "We Gotta Get Out of This Place" which both are rather overrated "classics" in my opinion. Good versions of "R.U. Ready 2 Rock" and "E.T.I. (Extraterrestrial Intelligence)" pulls the overall impression of the album up a bit. "Godzilla" is not bad either, but I still prefer the studio version. The biggest problem with the album is probably that it's impossible to not compare it to "On Your Feet or on Your Knees" and then it simply can't stand up. It sounds almost restricted and a bit tame compared to their classic first live album. If you want live versions of songs from "Agents of Fortune" and "Spectres", get "Extraterrestrial Live" from 1982 instead. That one is not perfect either, but it gives you more music for your money and many of the same songs performed better.

Eric Bloom, stun guitar, keyboards, vocals, lead vocals (on tracks 1-4, 7-9, 11, 13, 14)
Donald "Buck Dharma" Roeser, guitar, vocals, lead vocals (on tracks 5, 6)
Allen Lanier, keyboards, guitars
Joe Bouchard, bass, lead vocals (on tracks 10)
Albert Bouchard, drums, guitar, backing vocals

Recorded live December 31, 1977 and June 1, 1978 live at Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, Arkansas Engineered by Corky Stasiak, Jay Krugman Produced by Sandy Pearlman, Murray Krugman, Blue Öyster Cult

Digitally remastered

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