Curtain Call (UK album)

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Curtain Call
UK Curtain Call.jpg
Live album by UK
Released 2015
Recorded 8 November 2013
Venue Club Città, Kawasaki, Japan
Genre Progressive rock
Label Ward Records
Producer Eddie Jobson
UK chronology
Reunion – Live in Tokyo
(2013)
Curtain Call
(2015)
Ultimate Collector's Edition
(2016)

Curtain Call is a live album by UK recorded during one single night in Kawasaki, Japan. The album was released in 2015 to coincide to the final concerts by the band, hence the title. The track list consists of complete live performances of the two studio albums by the band, "UK" and "Danger Money", plus the two non-studio tracks present on the live album "Night After Night (UK album)". The line-up is the same as their previous live album "Reunion – Live in Tokyo".

The set list also includes "Waiting for You", a previously unreleased song that was performed live during UK's last 1979 tour and that was intended to be included in the band's never recorded third studio album. The song "Mental Medication", from UK's first album, was never performed live before this special event.

The album was released as a double CD, DVD and Blu-ray and in a special package together with Eddie Jobson's Four Decades.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Eddie Jobson and John Wetton except as noted.

Disc 1
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."In The Dead Of Night" 6:05
2."By The Light Of Day" 4:46
3."Presto Vivace and Reprise" 2:48
4."Thirty Years"Jobson, Wetton, Bill Bruford8:40
5."Alaska"Jobson4:45
6."Time To Kill"Jobson, Wetton, Bruford5:04
7."Nevermore"Jobson, Wetton, Allan Holdsworth8:36
8."Mental Medication"Jobson, Bruford, Holdsworth7:07
9."Drum Solo"Marco Minnemann6:59
Disc 2
No.TitleLength
1."Danger Money"8:29
2."Rendezvous 6:02"5:08
3."The Only Thing She Needs"8:29
4."Caesar's Palace Blues"5:13
5."Nothing To Lose"4:27
6."Carrying No Cross"13:02
7."Waiting For You"5:55
8."Night After Night"5:03
9."As Long As You Want Me Here"5:10

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