Live performance at the Beat Workshop in Germany circa 1973 during a creative peak in the band's brilliant career.
This DVD features a live performance from STONE THE CROWS at the Beat Workshop in Germany circa 1973. As legend would have it, Led Zeppelin Manager Peter Grant travelled to Scotland to see the band POWER, whose performance was centered around the distinctive vocals of MAGGIE BELL. Suitably impressed, he signed them but had a name change in mind and thus they were renamed STONE THE CROWS. Even though their original guitarist Leslie Harvey had been electrocuted during a sound check at The Swanage Ballroom in 1972, they had regrouped with JIMMY McCULLOCH playing guitar and were at a creative peak when this brillant concert was recorded.