Progressive rockers Twelfth Night set a melodic mood in this 1984 performance on the television show "Live from London." The band gained popularity during the mid-1980s Neo Progressive movement with their complex instrumental tunes. Band mates Andy Revell, Brian Devoil, Clive Mitten and Andy Sears perform some of the band's most popular songs, including "Creepshow," "Fact and Fiction," "We Are Sane" and "Art and Illusion."
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Have you watched Twelfth Night: Live from London yet? What did you think about it?