Watching The River Flow
Recorded live at The Robin Hood, Merry Hill, Birmingham, England.
In my opinion this is great live recordings. Really good sound and it feels like the band are playing live in your living room...
Story So Far:
Fifteen years later, in 1994, the band reformed to play a one off concert at Birmingham Town Hall to raise money for The Oxfam appeal during the Rwanda crisis.
This was a bigger success than anyone anticipated, with the gig selling out in a short space of time and people travelling from all over the UK to see the show.
Then came another rare appearance two years later in 1996, to launch the reopening of The Railway, a venue that was important to the early days of the Steve Gibbons Band.
now it seemed that a reunion at least once a year was a pretty good idea,
which led to another happening at Christmas 1997, again at The
and on 28 March 1998, a wild night at The
Merry Hill, resulted in the recording of this unique album. To be continued...".