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MichealC Post subject: Archive Alive/ Beat Goes On/ In a Spin
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Manchester Express too!

Is anyone familiar with these records? I know some are bootlegs but Im not sure about Manchester Express/ Archive Alive.

These two records are the same? And feature live recordings from Nash early 1980s reunion? They are supposedly very good. Any thoughts?

In A Spin is supposedly a collection of live material from the '60s. Much stuff that isn't on the boxset for example. Has anyone heard any of these 60s collections??

I've never seen them commercially avalibile but then I havent been looking for long.


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Hi Micheal. Manchester Express is a compilation album containing some live tracks recorded in Stockholm in 68. In A Spin is a bootleg from the mid 90s containing rarities and some live tracks recorded in Australia in 71. Archive Alive is a recording from the 83 American reunion tour. Archive Alive is still available.
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Hi Gordon,
It's a great cd with some wonderful songs from their Aussie special 1971. What a pity Let it be was such poor quality. I saw the lads do that number live in 1975 and it was brilliant, is their a better version going around Gordon, hey your the man in the know.

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Hi Anthony. I would doubt it really. Unless there's a TV or Radio recording.
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Hi Gordon,
Did you ever see the Hollies do Let it be, they were brilliant.

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Hi Anthony, unfortunately, I never saw the hollies sing 'Let it be'
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