Old-school rockers Mountain perform live in Texas in this 2005 concert film. Formed in 1969, the group saw their debut album, "Mountain Climbing!" strike gold in 1970. This show features Leslie West, Corky Laing and Ritchie Scarlet performing songs spanning the band's long career. Tracks include "Theme for an Imaginary Western," "Mississippi Queen" and "Never in My Life," and the band pays tribute to Cream by performing the song "Politician."
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Have you watched Mountain: Live in Texas yet? What did you think about it?