Live in Europe (Transatlantic album)
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|Live in Europe|
|Live album by Transatlantic|
|Released||November 4, 2003|
|Recorded||November 12, 2001|
Live in Europe is the second live album by the progressive rock supergroup Transatlantic. Released in 2003, it documents the November 12, 2001 show by the band at the 013 Club, Tilburg, Netherlands. The show was also filmed and released on DVD with a bonus disc featuring additional performances and documentary footage. The show was part of the tour to support the band's second studio album, Bridge Across Forever.
In keeping with the tradition of covering a classic progressive rock epic on each release, Live In Europe features the band running through The Beatles' Abbey Road medley as part of the intentionally Beatle-esque "Suite Charlotte Pike." Rather than being a straight cover version, each section of "Suite Charlotte Pike" is juxtaposed with a section of the Abbey Road medley.
The album is typical of Transatlantic's style, in that it is longer than two hours, yet consists of only six tracks.
|1.||"Duel with the Devil"
|2.||"My New World"||16:20|
|3.||"We All Need Some Light" (Morse)||6:41|
|4.||"Suite Charlotte Pike Medley"
*Note - Even though "Motherless Children / If She Runs (Reprise)" is listed together, "Golden Slumbers" begins after the a portion of that movement, while the ending jam ("Don't wanna hear it now") begins after "The End" with an extended jam. Absent from the medley are "Sun King" (from Abbey Road) and "Lost and Found Pt. 1" (from "Suite Charlotte Pike"), although a small jam based on it is found prior to "Temple of the Gods" .
|1.||"Stranger in Your Soul"
|2.||"All of the Above"
- Neal Morse – Lead vocals, keyboards, guitar
- Roine Stolt – Guitar, backing vocals
- Pete Trewavas – Bass guitar, backing vocals
- Mike Portnoy – drums, backing vocals
- Daniel Gildenlöw – additional keyboards, additional guitar, additional percussion, lead vocals on "Golden Slumbers", backing vocals
- Mixed & Mastered by Rob Aubrey @ Aubitt Studios, South Hampton, UK
- Recorded by 013 & Rob Aubrey