FLASH

IN THE USA (3 CD)

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Restored live recordings of the classic progressive rock band Flash from the 1970s. Featuring ex-Yes guitarist Peter Banks, singer Colin Carter, bassist Ray Bennett and drummer Mike Hough, the band had three Billboard charting albums, and a top 30 single with "Small Beginnings." Across three discs, this beautifully curated set contains twenty-two tracks from seven performances, most of them previously unavailable. 32-page booklet features exclusive band interviews, unpublished photographs, and an itinerary of their tours during the golden age of rock concerts in the USA.

First 50 orders get exclusive FLASH sticker!

CD 1
1. Black and White (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)
2. There No More (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)
3. Monday Morning Eyes (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)
4. Small Beginnings (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)
5. Children of the Universe (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)
6. Lifetime (Live in Roslyn, NY, August 1, 1972)

CD 2
7. Small Beginnings (Live in Hempstead, NY, July 18, 1972)
8. There No More (Live in Hempstead, NY, July 18, 1972)
9. Children of the Universe (Live in Hempstead, NY, July 18, 1972)
10. Dreams of Heaven (Live in Hempstead, NY, July 18, 1972)
11. Small Beginnings (Live in Passaic, NJ, December 16, 1972)
12. Black and White (Live in Passaic, NJ, December 16, 1972)
13. Children of the Universe (Live in Passaic, NJ, December 16, 1972)

CD 3
14. Small Beginnings (Live in Indianapolis, in, December 27, 1972)
15. Black and White (Live in Indianapolis, in, December 27, 1972)
16. Children of the Universe (Live in Indianapolis, in, December 27, 1972)
17. Dead Ahead (Live in Burbank, Ca, October 9, 1973)
18. Psychosync (Live in Burbank, Ca, October 9, 1973)
19. Children of the Universe (Live in Miami, FL, October 26, 1973)
20. Black and White (Live in Miami, FL, October 26, 1973)
21. The Bishop (Live in Cape Cod, Ma, August 24, 1973)
22. Manhattan Morning (Christmas '72) (Live in Cape Cod, Ma, August 24, 1973)

Expected release date September 9, 2022