Live in America (Transatlantic album)

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Live in America
Live album by Transatlantic
Released March 12, 2001
Recorded June 24, 2000[1]
Genre Progressive rock
Length 99:58
Label InsideOut
Transatlantic chronology
SMPT:e
(2000)
Live in America
(2001)
Bridge Across Forever
(2001)

Live in America is the first live album by the progressive rock supergroup Transatlantic. Released in 2001, it documents the United States tour in support of their album SMPT:e. Because the group had only released one studio album at the time, numerous cover songs are present on the album. The live album was recorded at the 930 Club in Washington D.C on June 24, 2000. The accompanying live video was recorded on June 21, 2000 at the Theater of the Living Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, which features some slight variations from the DC show featured on the live album (such as the inclusion of "Honky Tonk Woman" by The Rolling Stones).

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Neal Morse, Roine Stolt, Mike Portnoy, and Pete Trewavas, except where noted.

Disc One[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "All of the Above"
I. "Full Moon Rising"
II. "October Winds"
III. "Camouflaged in Blue"
IV. "Half Alive"
V. "Undying Love"
VI. "Full Moon Rising (Reprise)"  
30:47
2. "Mystery Train"
"Magical Mystery Tour" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
"Strawberry Fields Forever" (Lennon–McCartney)
15:32
3. "We All Need Some Light" (Morse) 6:51
Total length:
53:10

Disc Two[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Genesis Medley" (Peter Gabriel/Tony Banks/Steve Hackett/Mike Rutherford/Phil Collins)
"Watcher of the Skies"
"Firth of Fifth"  
10:47
2. "My New World"   16:51
3. "Medley"
"There Is More to This World" (Stolt)
"Go the Way You Go" (Morse)
"The Great Escape" (Trewavas/Steve Hogarth/Ian Mosley/Mark Kelly/Steve Rothery/John Helmer)
"Finally Free" (Portnoy/James LaBrie/John Petrucci/John Myung/Jordan Rudess)
"She's So Heavy" (Lennon–McCartney)
19:10
Total length:
46:48

Personnel[edit]

Transatlantic

Production[edit]

  • Mixed & Mastered by Roine Stolt
  • Recorded by Mike Potter

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]