Live 1990 (Hatfield and the North album)

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Live 1990
Hatfield and the North - Live 1990 album cover.jpg
Live album by Hatfield and the North
Released November 28, 1993
Recorded March 30, 1990
Genre Progressive rock (Canterbury scene)
Length 57:43
Label Demon
Hatfield and the North chronology
Afters
(1980)
Live 1990
(1993)
Hatwise Choice: Archive Recordings 1973-1975, Volume 1
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Live 1990 is a 1993 live album released by a reformed line-up of Canterbury scene band Hatfield and the North. This marked the band's first manifestation since its 1975 break-up. Original keyboard player Dave Stewart declined to take part and was replaced by French jazz pianist Sophia Domancich, at the time a member of drummer Pip Pyle's band Equip'Out. This line-up's activity was limited to this one appearance on Central TV's "Bedrock" series. In addition to a number of tracks from the band's classic repertoire, a large part of the concert was devoted to more recent material. This was to be Hatfield's swansong until the 2005-06 reformation.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Share It" (Sinclair, Pyle)
  2. "Shipwrecked" (Pyle)
  3. "Underdub" (Miller)
  4. "Blott on the Landscape" (Domancich)
  5. "Going for a Song" (Sinclair, Pyle)
  6. "Cauliflower Ears" (Pyle)
  7. "Halfway Between Heaven and Earth" (Sinclair)
  8. "5/4 Intro" (Sinclair)
  9. "Didn't Matter Anyway" (Sinclair)

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
Production
  • Will Ashurst – executive producer
  • Duncan Smith – executive producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mason, Stewart. Live 1990 at AllMusic