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Artist: Seventh Key

Title: Live in Atlanta

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Category: AOR

Year: 2005

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD263


Billy Greer vocals, bass
Mike Slamer guitar, bass, keyboards
Terry Brock guitar, backing vocals
David Manion keyboards
Pat McDonald drums


1.  The Sun Will Rise live  5:03   Listen
2.  An Ocean Away live  4:40   Listen
3.  It Should Have Been You live  5:46   Listen
4.  Sin City live  5:30   Listen
5.  Always from the Heart live  5:29   Listen
6.  Forsaken live  6:20   Listen
7.  You Cross the Line live  6:38   Listen
8.  The Kid Could Play live  4:46   Listen
9.  Only the Brave live  5:53   Listen
10.  When Love Is Dying live  5:56   Listen
11.  Winds of War live  6:44   Listen
12.  Cold Hearted Woman live  4:47   Listen
13.  The Storm Rages On bonus studio track  3:23   Listen
14.  Remember You Well bonus studio track  4:38   Listen
15.  Love Train bonus studio track  4:45   Listen
Total Running Time:  80:18

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From: Jez Date: November 15, 2005 at 13:22
With 2 excellent studio albums under there belts, along comes this very good live album. Excellent quality it is as well, featuring most of the key tracks from the studio counterparts. Slamer is a joy to behold as usual with the rest of the band putting in excellent performances aswell. There are quite a few differences between the live versions & their studio counterparts to make this one worth shelling out for aswell as the 3 bonus studio tracks, 2 previously on the Jap studio releases.

From: masmusic Date: November 16, 2005 at 8:02
I think I'll invest in the DVD, instead of the CD!

From: vandervelde Date: January 11, 2006 at 7:44
I don't see a point in release such a PERFECT sounding live cd...all songs are almost(99%) the same as in studio albums, after the end of songs you can listen to some of crowd but very, very little...4 new track are very good but i prefer them on all new srudio album...maybe DVD is worth something...

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: May 3, 2007 at 22:00
Very Good album, nos estaran todas las mejores canciones porque sino seria perfecto ya que en vivo lo son 10/10 por esa perfeccion, todos los videos realmente grandes y Mike un tremendo Maestro de las 6 cuerdas pero por no meter todo lo mejor les doy 8.5/10

From: hernanHRM/AOR Date: December 18, 2008 at 16:42
Fantastic Mike Slamer with guitar, Great Concert... 90/100

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