This is a very rare live set from Beau, the first artist to appear on John Peel's Dandelion label back in 1969.
There's a small amount of low-level noise during the spoken passages - maybe a bit of unshielded cable somewhere on the line. It’s not particularly intrusive. Also, a recorder malfunction occurred lasting around 15 seconds during 'The Titanic Tragedy'. Luckily, another recording of the set was sourced and a splice inserted for the lost section. There is a difference in quality but I don’t think anyone’s enjoyment will be spoiled!
Grateful thanks to Chris McGranaghan & James Brough who made it happen.
Recorded at the George IV, Lichfield, Staffordshire on 14th April 2012
Concert and Mastering Engineer - James Brough
Additional Engineering - Trevor Midgley
Concert Producer - Chris McGranaghan
All songs written by C J T Midgley
More info on Beau's recordings at http://beausrecordings.blogspot.co.uk/