Live Dates is the legendary first live album from Wishbone Ash containing songs from their first four studio albums. The album kicks off with three tracks from their debut album Argus and ends with an epic over 17 minutes version of Phoenix from that same album. In the early seventies Wishbone Ash were one of the leading bands in prog-rock, not only with their studio albums but certainly also through their live reputation for being even better on stage than in the studio. They were famous for their dual lead guitars played by Ted Turner and Andy Powell on his famous Gibson Flying V guitar. Live Dates, recorded in the summer of 1973, is remastered and wraps up the best of their classical line-up.