Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On
|Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On|
|Live album by Mountain|
|Recorded||Tracks 1-2 recorded at Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York, August 16, 1969
Tracks 3-4 recorded January - February 1972
Beat Goes On
Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On is the fourth album by hard rock band Mountain. Released following the band's first breakup in 1972, Windfall Records compiled the album using old live material. Mountain would later reform in 1974. The title comes from J. R. R. Tolkien's 1937 novel The Hobbit.
The opening drum break on "Long Red" has been sampled by hip hop artists.
- "Long Red" (West, Pappalardi, Ventura, Landsberg) – 5:44
- "Waiting to Take You Away" (West) – 4:40
- "Crossroader" (Pappalardi, Collins) – 6:22
- "Nantucket Sleighride" (Pappalardi, Collins) – 17:33
- "Long Red" originally appears on Mountain (1969).
- The track "Waiting to Take You Away" is not available in a studio version and appears only on this album.
- "Crossroader" originally appears on Flowers of Evil (1971).
- "Nantucket Sleighride" originally appears on Nantucket Sleighride (1971).
- Leslie West – guitar, vocals (all tracks)
- Felix Pappalardi – bass, vocals (all tracks)
- Steve Knight – organ (all tracks)
- N.D. Smart – drums (1, 2)
- Corky Laing – drums (3, 4) 
- Additional personnel