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Live (UFO album)

Released 1971
Recorded Hibiya Park, Tokyo, Japan
September 25, 1971
Genre hard rock, heavy metal, space rock
Length 45:24
Label Toshiba Musical Industries "Stateside Records"
Producer UFO and Milton Samuel
UFO chronology


Live is the third album by the band UFO. It was the group's first live recording and was initially released only in Japan in 1971 entitled U.F.O Landed Japan. The album was later released abroad in 1972 onward with different titles, such as UFO Live in Japan and UFO Lands in Tokyo.

It features the original lineup of the band with Mick Bolton on guitar, and consists of blues covers and songs from their first two space-rock albums. All of the tracks are in a jam-oriented style which is very different from the aggressive, song-oriented style they would be later known for. It was the last album to feature Mick Bolton on guitar, he would be replaced with Michael Schenker.

The album was reissued on the Flying, The Early Years compilation, along with all of the band's other pre-Schenker work.

Track listing

  1. "C'mon Everybody" (Jerry Capehart, Eddie Cochran) 4:10
  2. "Who Do You Love" (Ellas McDaniel) 9:00
  3. "Loving Cup" (Paul Butterfield) 5:10
  4. "Prince Kajuku"/"The Coming of Prince Kajuku" (Mick Bolton, Phil Mogg, Andy Parker, Pete Way) 8:20
  5. "Boogie for George" (Bolton, Mogg, Parker, Way) 11:30
  6. "Follow You Home" (Way) 6:00


  • "Galactic Love" / "Loving Cup" (1972)


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