|1||Exhibition 47 - Penelope||4:40|
|2||Upstairs In The Granary||5:13|
|3||Eve's Eventful Day Part III||4:47|
|4||Eve's Eventful Day Part IV & V||8:04|
|5||Eve's Eventful Day Part VI||2:19|
|6||Tight Trousers Intro||1:37|
|7||Bleriot Visibility Poor||8:21|
|8||Brussels Shortly After Part I||8:29|
|9||Brussels Shortly After Part II||3:09|
Arkham are an early historic Belgian 70's prog-fusion outfit that played eclectic jazz and rock mixtures in the 'Canterbury' vein, inspired by Soft Machine and Egg. Featuring keyboard player Jean-Luc Manderlier who would later join Magma, drummer Daniel Denis who would also move on to Magma as well as Univers Zero, and drummer Patrick Cogneaux.
Arkham aren't nearly as dark as Magma or Univers Zero, their jazzy overtones placing them a little closer to Soft Machine. The three musicians, who show some maturity, are obviously pouring their hearts out through out the album, which exudes an intensity that can't be ignored.
Never released before on vinyl, the recordings reproduced on this album come from magnetic tapes of some of Arkham's concerts and rehearsals, recorded at various times.