OFFICIAL BOOTLEG VOLUME II – LIVE IN BUDAPEST HUNGARY 2010

From The Heep Files website

[Exactly the same set list as their Cape Town show in June 2010]

OFFICIAL BOOTLEG VOLUME II - LIVE IN BUDAPEST HUNGARY 2010

OFFICIAL BOOTLEG VOLUME II - LIVE IN BUDAPEST HUNGARY 2010


Released in October 2010
CD: earMUSIC 0205778ERE

Official Live Bootleg Volume II
Recorded live at Petofi Hall in
Budapest Hungary May 4th 2010

Record One
1. WAKE THE SLEEPER (Box/Lanzon) 4.39
2. RETURN TO FANTASY (Hensley/Byron) 4.35
3. ONLY HUMAN (Box/Lanzon) 4.10
4. BOOK OF LIES (Box/Lanzon) 4.34
5. BIRD OF PREY (Box/Byron/Hensley/Newton) 3.50
6. CORRIDORS OF MADNESS (Box/Lanzon) 6.18
7. LOVE IN SILENCE (Box/Lanzon) 7.32
8. RAIN (Hensley) 4.40
9. THE WIZARD (Hensley/Clarke) 4.52
10. FREE ME (Hensley) 5.16

Record Two
1. SUNRISE (Hensley) 6.05
2. FREE ‘N’ EASY (Lawton/Box) 2.31
3. GYPSY (Byron/Box) 4.33
4. ANGELS WALK WITH YOU (Bolder) 7.02
5. JULY MORNING (Hensley/Byron) 13.26
6. EASY LIVIN’ (Hensley) 4.09
7. LADY IN BLACK (Hensley) 7.34

TREVOR BOLDER – bass guitar, vocals
BERNIE SHAW – lead vocals
PHIL LANZON – keyboards, vocals
MICK BOX – guitar, vocals
RUSSELL GILBROOK – drums, vocals

Available to download at Rhythm Music Store

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