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    Eela Craig Live 2020 broadcast

    If anybody ist interested: There is currantly a recording of a 50 year EELA CRAIG jubiliee concert that took place in Linz, Austria in March 2020. Part one is 5 original band members basically performing their 1971 debut, augmented by members of Bruckner Orchestra Linz. Part two is the orchestra (plus choir but sans band) performing an orchestral reworking of their 1978 mass "Missa Universalis". Of course, its bit cheesy in parts, as this kind of thing tends to be, but quite impressive in its scope and interesting if you are familiar with these albums.

    https://tvthek.orf.at/profile/Ways-T...-Linz/14065267

    https://tvthek.orf.at/profile/Ways-T...uery=eel&pos=1

    I hope the links work in all regions (They do in Germany though). They should be online for the next 5 days.

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    Member moecurlythanu's Avatar
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    Thanks! Will check them out.

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    Plays fine for me in North America

    Never thought I'd say this in the context of Eela Craig but...wow, needs more keys
    If you're actually reading this then chances are you already have my last album but if NOT and you're curious:
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    I'm defenitly going to check them out one of these days.
    I still remember seeing them live in The Hague. Keyboard-heaven. I think the only person not playing keyboards at some point was the drummer.

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    Haha, on that '71 Album they where still more rooted in Blues. That Keyboard Overkill came later.
    (would have prefered a Performance of One Niter though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheH View Post
    Haha, on that '71 Album they where still more rooted in Blues. That Keyboard Overkill came later.
    (would have prefered a Performance of One Niter though)
    Yeah, look at the back-cover of One Niter


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    The album version of Missa Universalis I like better than this concert version.

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