|Live And Let Live
|Item Number: 22010304|
Mercury, SRM-2-8600, 1977, US DBL Gatefold Sleeve CUT 15 Track
|A1||The Second Sitting For The Last Supper||5:18|
|A2||You've Got A Cold||3:50|
|A3||Honeymoon With B Troop||3:01|
|A4||Art For Art's Sake||8:07|
|A5||People In Love||4:13|
|B1||Wall Street Shuffle||4:12|
|B2||Ships Don't Disappear In The Night (Do They?)||7:26|
|B3||I'm Mandy Fly Me||5:52|
|B4||Marriage Bureau Rendezvous||4:38|
|C1||Good Morning Judge||3:06|
|C2||Feel The Benefit||13:12|
|C3||The Things We Do For Love||4:23|
|D2||I'm Not In Love||6:34|
|D3||Modern Man Blues||9:15|
Rights SocietyPublishing: BMI
Matrix / RunoutA-side, etched, variant 1: MELYS T SRM-2-A-4-CT 8600
Matrix / RunoutB-side, etched, variant 1: T MELYS SRM-2-8600-B-4-CT
Matrix / RunoutC-side, etched, variant 1: T MELYS SRM-2-8600-C-4-CT
Matrix / RunoutD-side, etched, variant 1: MELYS T SRM-2-8600-D-3-CT
Matrix / RunoutA-side, etched, variant 2: T \ SRM - 2 - 7⃫5⃫1⃫1⃫ - 4 - CT 8600 C 12 MELYS
Matrix / RunoutB-side, etched, variant 2: T \ MELYS SRM - 2 - 7⃫5⃫1⃫1⃫ - B - 3 - CT 8600 A16
Matrix / RunoutC-side, etched, variant 2: T \ MELYS SRM - 2 - 7⃫5⃫1⃫1⃫ - C - 3 - CT 8600 A 6
Matrix / RunoutD-side, etched, variant 2: T \ SRM - 2 - 7⃫5⃫1⃫1⃫ - D - 3 - CT MELYS 8600 D 6
Backing Vocals, Bass Guitar, Guitar - Rick Fenn
Backing Vocals, Drums, Percussion - Stuart Tosh
Booking [Concert Booking] - Danny Betesh
Coordinator [Live Recording Co-ordination] - Ric Dixon
Crew [Stage Crew] - Charlie Pile, David Hutchinson, Graham Youle, Ian Leach, Ian Scott, Roger Barnes
Drums, Percussion, Electric Piano, Vibraphone [Vibes] - Paul Burgess
Engineer [Concert Sound] - Keith Bessey
Engineer [Live Recording] - Phil Ault
Engineer [Mixdown Assistant] - David Rohl, Keith Bessey, Richard Scott, Tony Spath
Engineer [Mixdown] - Eric Stewart
Instruments [All Instruments Played By] - Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Paul Burgess, Rick Fenn, Stuart Tosh, Tony O'Malley
Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar, Guitar - Graham Gouldman
Lead Vocals, Grand Piano, Electric Piano, Backing Vocals, Organ, Claviola [Clavoline], Synthesizer [Minimoog, Polymoog] - Tony O'Malley
Lead Vocals, Guitar, Grand Piano, Electric Piano - Eric Stewart
Lighting [Lighting Design] - Jimmy Barnett
Management - Harvey Lisberg, Ric Dixon
Management [British Tour Manager] - Jim Sullivan
Management [Equipment And Stage Manager] - Gordon White
Mastered By - Melvyn Abrahams
Mastered By [Cut By] - MELYS
Other [Driver, Crew] - Mike Brown
Recorded at the Odeon Theatre Hammersmith London 18th - 20th June 1977 and Apollo Theatre Manchester 16th & 17th July 1977.
Live recording by The Island Mobile. Mixdown - Strawberry Recording Studios (UK) Ltd., 3 Waterloo Road, Stockport, England. Sound reinforcement system designed by Formula Sound Ltd., 3 Waterloo Road, Stockport, England.
All selections published by Man-Ken Music Ltd. (BMI).
℗ 1977 Phonogram Ltd. © 1977 Phonogram, Inc., a Polygram Company, One IBM Plaza, Chicago, Ill. 60611. Printed in U.S.A. Distributed by Phonodisc Inc.
Presented as a double album in a gatefold sleeve with Mercury inner sleeves, or in some cases with a plain white sleeves (check this release's discussion history). Credits are taken from the inner gatefold.
Errata: Track timing for C2 listed as 3:12 on the rear cover. All track timings taken from the centre labels.
Another Terre Haute pressing [10cc - Live And Let Live] in the MR differs with label lay-out variation.
Images and tracklisting are supplied by a third party and matched by catalogue number or barcode. Tracks on the release may differ from what is being sold.
|Release Country: US|
|Release Date: 1977|
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