I’ve had this one for a while and listened to it a fair bit, but I never got around to writing a review. The Great Deceiver - I love this piece, and the punchy, bottom-heavy mix makes it really shine. Great way to start off the concert with a bang. Improv I - Pretty dark and unsettling. This is definitely one of the “atmosphere” improvs, with guitar, bass, and electric piano trading some out-of-time riffs over drum rolls. I swear Wetton very briefly quotes a bit of the opening of the Rite of Spring, but I might be imagining things. Doctor Diamond - This is about the heaviest version of this song I’ve ever heard. The slightly slower tempo in the opening section (Wetton still trips over the words, but whatever) works really well, and the middle is really dark and creepy. Improv II - This one is even darker and spookier than the first improv, with a really menacing groove from Bruford. Nobody really tries to just jump into a riff, instead just building up the tension with sustained notes over the steady beat until Wetton hits on a crunchy bass riff, which quickly dissipates. Great group sense of pacing. Exiles - Cool segue from the end of the improv. Gorgeous guitar solo on the coda. I think I can hear Bruford yelling encouragement in a few places. Nice drumming on this one too. The Night Watch - Taken at a slightly slower tempo than I’m used to, which gives Wetton a little breathing room on the vocals. Nothing super unusual, but another pretty solo. Lament - The rhythm section got tired of the quieter numbers, I guess, because they really rock out on this one. Overpowering drums and Wetton finds an interesting variation on the usual bass line in the last verse. Starless - The middle section is tremendous. Once again a great sense of pacing and tension. Nice violin solo from Cross at the end too. Easy Money - Not my favorite version. The first couple verses are great, but during the middle section the rhythm section just goes into Flying Brick Wall mode and obliterates the guitar and mellotron, which is frustrating. Fracture (inc) - I wonder why all these 1974 German shows have the tape running out during Fracture. Sounds like this was a good take too. C’est la live recording.