2016 three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of this live release. The Enid are a British progressive rock band formed in 1974 by ex-Barclay James Harvest keyboard player Robert John Godfrey. Something Wicked This Way Comes, the band's fifth album (1983) was the first Enid album to feature vocals, and this live collection was captured during the period following its release. The band then consisted of Godfrey (keyboards), Steve Stewart (guitars, bass), Chris North (drums, percussion) and Glen Tollet (bass, keyboards, tuba). Claret Hall Farm was a camping weekend for members of the Enid fan club - The Stand. Held at the band's home, the weekend and performances were essentially a party to show appreciation for the fan's loyalty over the years. The second concert recording here was shot at the last-ever festival of its kind to be held on ancient site Stonehenge. The live show at demonstrates The Enid's fine musicianship and originality and also gives a candid insight into Robert John Godfrey's crucial yet uncompromising philosophy. The DVD Something Wicked This Way Comes - Live at Claret Hall Farm/Stonehenge 84 was originally released in 2004. It has now been freshly redesigned. And for the very first time, the audio-visual is accompanied by comes along a double audio CD, offering each live performance, suitably edited to present the music in its own right. This new package features new liner notes from Classic Rock's Malcolm Dome and the audio has been edited and remastered to great effect by Fluid Mastering.
2016 three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of this live release. The Enid are a British progressive rock band formed in 1974 by ex-Barclay James Harvest keyboard player Robert John Godfrey. Something Wicked This Way Comes, the band's fifth album (1983) was the first Enid album to feature vocals, and this live collection was captured during the period following its release. The band then consisted of Godfrey (keyboards), Steve Stewart (guitars, bass), Chris North (drums, percussion) and Glen Tollet (bass, keyboards, tuba). Claret Hall Farm was a camping weekend for members of the Enid fan club - The Stand. Held at the band's home, the weekend and performances were essentially a party to show appreciation for the fan's loyalty over the years. The second concert recording here was shot at the last-ever festival of its kind to be held on ancient site Stonehenge. The live show at demonstrates The Enid's fine musicianship and originality and also gives a candid insight into Robert John Godfrey's crucial yet uncompromising philosophy. The DVD Something Wicked This Way Comes - Live at Claret Hall Farm/Stonehenge 84 was originally released in 2004. It has now been freshly redesigned. And for the very first time, the audio-visual is accompanied by comes along a double audio CD, offering each live performance, suitably edited to present the music in its own right. This new package features new liner notes from Classic Rock's Malcolm Dome and the audio has been edited and remastered to great effect by Fluid Mastering.
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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 05/06/2016
UPC: 5013929168732

Something Wicked This Way Comes: Live at Claret
Artist: Enid
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.99
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DISC: 1

1. Fand
2. Raindow
3. Jessica
4. Then There Were None
5. Letter from America
6. Something Wicked This Way Comes
7. Encore
8. Jessica
9. Then There Were None 1
10. Judgement 1
11. Flood 1
12. Under the Summer Stars 1
13. Adieu 1
14. Summer 1
15. Letter from America 1
16. Wild Thing 1
17. Fand 1
18. Raindow 1
19. Jessica 2
20. Then There Were None 2
21. Letter from America 2
22. Something Wicked This Way Comes 2
23. Encore 2
24. Jessica 2
25. Then There Were None 2
26. Judgement 2
27. Flood 2
28. Under the Summer Stars 2
29. Adieu 3
30. Summer 3
31. Letter from America 3
32. Wild Thing

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2016 three disc (two CDs + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) edition of this live release. The Enid are a British progressive rock band formed in 1974 by ex-Barclay James Harvest keyboard player Robert John Godfrey. Something Wicked This Way Comes, the band's fifth album (1983) was the first Enid album to feature vocals, and this live collection was captured during the period following its release. The band then consisted of Godfrey (keyboards), Steve Stewart (guitars, bass), Chris North (drums, percussion) and Glen Tollet (bass, keyboards, tuba). Claret Hall Farm was a camping weekend for members of the Enid fan club - The Stand. Held at the band's home, the weekend and performances were essentially a party to show appreciation for the fan's loyalty over the years. The second concert recording here was shot at the last-ever festival of its kind to be held on ancient site Stonehenge. The live show at demonstrates The Enid's fine musicianship and originality and also gives a candid insight into Robert John Godfrey's crucial yet uncompromising philosophy. The DVD Something Wicked This Way Comes - Live at Claret Hall Farm/Stonehenge 84 was originally released in 2004. It has now been freshly redesigned. And for the very first time, the audio-visual is accompanied by comes along a double audio CD, offering each live performance, suitably edited to present the music in its own right. This new package features new liner notes from Classic Rock's Malcolm Dome and the audio has been edited and remastered to great effect by Fluid Mastering.