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    Starship Trooper

    Audio & Video Remastered by BrunoSamppa http://ko-fi.com/brunosamppa Jon Anderson – Vocals, additional keyboard and percussion Tony Kaye – Keyboards, vocals Trevor Rabin – Guitars, vocals Chris Squire

    Audio & Video Remastered by BrunoSamppa http://ko-fi.com/brunosamppa Jon Anderson – Vocals, additional keyboard and percussion Tony Kaye – Keyboards, vocals Trevor Rabin – Guitars, vocals Chris Squire

    #2
    This has to be my favourite live version of ST. Everyone is on fire here.

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      #3
      Sorry, this is appalling. Rabin's guitar is ghastly and keyboards offstage? why?

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        #4
        It fits with the rest of the show. I’m not sure that Casey Young contributed all that much on this one btw.

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          #5
          Originally posted by WindOfChange View Post
          This has to be my favourite live version of ST. Everyone is on fire here.
          Same here. The 9012live version is my favourite version of the song. Especially Chris and Alan are completely on fire.

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            #6
            One of my favorite versions of Starship Trooper ever. Yes, everyone is on fire. There's one part in the video where everything locks into the groove on 'Wurm', you see Tony Kaye just rockin' with the keyboard. Magic Yes.

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              #7
              This is great, thank you for your work on this!
              I think it's a very good version. I think my favorite versions are from the '78-'79 era, but I think this version is great fun.
              I remember the first time I saw this version in-person, it kept building and getting more energetic, and then we were surprised when the lighting rig "flipped" to reveal the 90125 " inverted peace sign" art at the end of the tune. So exciting.

              BTW I notice some of the other videos you have posted and I am checking those out. Love the Thin Lizzy with Gary Moore selection. My goodness, he was great.

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