Pictures: Live At Montreux 2009
Eagle Records are delighted to announce the release of the “Pictures: Live At Montreux 2009” album [Cat No. EAGCD466] from Status Quo on 22 August 2011. This release is part of a batch of high profile Montreux audio releases for summer 2011. “Pictures: Live At Montreux 2009” features many of their classic songs including the UK Top 10 hits: “Pictures Of Matchstick Men”, “Ice In The Sun”, “Caroline”, “Down Down”, “Rain”, “Rockin’ All Over The World”, “Whatever You Want”, “The Wanderer” and many other great tracks.
In July 2009, Status Quo’s hugely successful “Pictures” tour rolled into Montreux on the shores of Lake Geneva. With the temperature inside the auditorium soaring it was a hot and memorable night for band and fans alike. This is the first time the concert has been released as a stand alone CD having only previously been available in the Deluxe Edition of the DVD release.
1) Caroline 2) The Wanderer 3) Rain 4) Don’t Drive My Car 5) Mean Girl 6) Softer Ride 7) Beginning Of The End 8) Is There A Better Way 9) Pictures Of Matchstick Men 10) Ice In The Sun 11) The Oriental 12) Creepin’ Up On You 13) Living On An Island 14) Roll Over Lay Down 15) Down Down 16) Whatever You Want 17) Rockin’ All Over The World
The band, led as always by the twin telecasters of Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, delivered a blistering set of classic tracks covering their 40 years of hits in the UK and around the world. Quo are currently very much in the limelight with the release of their new studio album “Quid Pro Quo” and the release of “Pictures: Live At Montreux 2009” shows just why this band matter.
For more information contact Chris Hewlett PR on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0845 601 2833
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