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Unburied Treasure

Label: Madfish
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1 (Gentle Giant): Giant; Funny Ways; Alucard; Isn’t It Quiet And Cold?; Nothing At All; Why Not?; The Queen.


CD2: Acquiring The Taste: Pantagruel's Nativity; Edge Of Twilight: The House, The Street, The Room; Acquiring The Taste; Wreck; The Moon Is Down; Black Cat; Plain Truth.
CD3 (Three Friends): Prologue; Schooldays; Working All Day; Peel The Paint; Mister Class And Quality?; Three Friends.
CD4 (Octopus): The Advent Of Panurge; Raconteur, Troubadour; A Cry For Everyone; Knots; The Boys In The Band; Dog's Life; Think Of Me With Kindness; River.
CD5 (In A Glass House): The Runaway; An Inmate's Lullaby; Way Of Life; Experience; A Reunion; In A Glass House.
CD6 (The Power And The Glory): Proclamation; So Sincere; Aspirations; Playing The Game; Cogs In Cogs; No God's A Man; The Face; Valedictory; The Power And The Glory (bonus track, single).
CD7 (Free Hand): Just The Same; On Reflection; Free Hand; Time To Kill; His Last Voyage; Talybont; Mobile.
CD8 (In’terview): Interview; Give It Back; Design; Another Show; Empty City; Timing; I Lost My Head.
CD9 (Playing The Fool): Just The Same/Proclamation; On Reflection; Excerpts From Octopus; Funny Ways; The Runaway/Experience; So Sincere; Free Hand; Sweet Georgia Brown; Peel The Paint/I Lost My Head.
CD10 (The Missing Piece): Two Weeks In Spain; I'm Turning Around; Betcha Thought We Couldn't Do It; Who Do You Think You Are?; Mountain Time; As Old As You're Young; Memories Of Old Days; Winning; For Nobody.
CD11 (Giant For A Day!): Words From The Wise; Thank You; Giant For A Day; Spookie Boogie; Take Me; Little Brown Bag; Friends; No Stranger; It's Only Goodbye; Rock Climber.
CD12 (Civilian): Convenience (Clean And Easy); All Through The Night; Shadows On The Street; Number One; Underground; I Am Camera; Inside Out; It's Not Imagination; Heroes (bonus).
CD13 (Winchester 1971, Audience Recording,February 12, 1971): Giant; Hometown Special; City Hermit; Funny Ways; Plain Truth; Alucard; Isn't It Quiet And Cold?; Why Not?; The Queen; Peel Off The Paint.
CD14 (Essen 1972, Audience Recording, January 21, 1972): Alucard; Funny Ways; Nothing At All (with Malcolm Mortimore drum solo); Plain Truth; The Queen.
CD15 (New Orleans 1972/BBC Session 1972, September 8, 1972/August 8, 1972): Prologue; Alucard; Funny Ways; Nothing At All; Funny Ways; Plain Truth; The Advent Of Panurge.
CD16 (Hollywood Bowl 1972, Audience Recording, September 15, 1972): Prologue; Alucard; Funny Ways; Nothing At All/Plain Truth.
CD17 (Vicenza 1973, Audience Recording, January 5, 1973): Prologue; Alucard; Funny Ways; The Advent Of Panurge; Nothing At All; Plain Truth.
CD18 (Torino 1973, October 19, 1973): The Runaway; Way Of Life; Funny Ways; Excerpts From Octopus; Nothing At All; Plain Truth.
CD19 (Munster 1974, Audience Recording, April 5, 1974): The Runaway; Prologue; Funny Ways; Excerpts From Octopus; Nothing At All; Plain Truth; In A Glass House.
CD20 (St. Gallen 1974, Audience Recording, November 22, 1974): Cogs In Cogs; Proclamation; Funny Ways; The Runaway; Experience; Excerpts From Octopus; Nothing At All; Plain Truth.
CD21 (Cleveland 1975, January 27, 1975): Cogs In Cogs; Proclamation; Funny Ways; The Runaway; Experience; Excerpts From Octopus; So Sincere; Mister Class And Quality?.
CD22 (Basel 1975, Audience Recording, November 24, 1975): Cogs In Cogs; Proclamation; Funny Ways; The Runaway; Experience; Excerpts From Octopus; So Sincere; Plain Truth; Free Hand; Just The Same.
CD23 (Düsseldorf 1976, Part 1, September 23, 1976): Just The Same/Proclamation; On Reflection; Interview; The Runaway/Experience; So Sincere; Excerpts From Octopus; Funny Ways (snippet).
CD24 (Düsseldorf 1976, Part 2/Brussels 1976, September 23, 1976/October 7, 1976): Timing/Violin Solo; Free Hand; Peel The Paint/I Lost My Head; Timing/Violin Solo; Free Hand; Peel The Paint/I Lost My Head.
CD25 (Munich 1976, September 25, 1976): Just The Same/Proclamation; On Reflection; Interview; Excerpts From Octopus; Funny Ways.
CD26 (Paris 1976, October 5, 1976): The Runaway/Experience; So Sincere; Excerpts From Octopus; Funny Ways; Timing/Violin Solo; Free Hand; Peel The Paint/I Lost My Head.
CD27 (Pinewood Rehearsal 1977, January, 1977): The Runaway/Experience; As Old As You're Young; On Reflection; Just The Same/Playing The Game; Memories Of Old Days; Winning; For Nobody (part); Funny Ways; The Face/Plain Truth; So Sincere; Free Hand.
CD28 (Chester 1977, November 18, 1977): Two Weeks In Spain; Free Hand; On Reflection; I'm Turning Around; Just The Same/Playing The Game; Memories Of Old Days; Betcha Thought We Couldn't Do It; The Face; For Nobody; Excerpts From Octopus (part 1); Excerpts From Octopus (part 2).
CD29 (The Roxy 1980, June 16, 1980): Convenience (Clean And Easy); All Through The Night; Free Hand; Knots; Playing The Game; Memories Of Old Days; Giant For A Day; Inside Out; It`s Not Imagination; Underground; 5 Man Drum Solo; Band Member Introductions; For Nobody; The Advent Of Panurge; Number One.
Blu Ray (Gentle Giant - Steven Wilson Stereo & Surround Remixes/Stereo Instrumental Mixes: Giant; Funny Ways; Alucard; Isn't It Quiet And Cold?; Nothing At All; Why Not?; The Queen.

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