This particular bootleg is known as - David Bowie - Strange Fascination 74. This is one of the few high quality recordings of the Diamond Dogs Tour of 1974. This one was recorded at The Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles on the 5th of September 1974. Not much in the way of information for this gig, I am guessing it was an FM broadcast, very listenable throughout. Sound quality : Very Good Set List: Disc1 01-Intro 02-1984 03-Rebel Rebel 04-Moonage Daydream 05-Sweet Thing 06-Changes 07-Suffragette City 08-Alladin Sane 09-All The Young Dudes 10-Cracked Actor 11-Rock n`roll with Me Disc2 01-Knock On Wood 02-It`s Gonna Be Me 03-Space Oddity 04-Diamond Dogs 05-Big Brother 06-Time 07-The Jean Genie 08-Rock`n`Roll Suicide 09-John I`m Only Dancing 10-Voice Of Promoter Reloaded 23/February/2016 - Link in comments.
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This is Sinéad O'Connor Live in concert at Vredenburg, Utrecht, in the Netherlands. The concert took place on March 16, 1988, and was also broadcast on FM. Sound quality is excellent, as was the performance, it's a must have for any Sinead fan. Her first album The Lion and the Cobra was "a sensation" when it was released in 1987 and it reached gold record status and earned a Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Grammy nomination. The single "Mandinka" was a big college radio hit in the United States, and "I Want Your (Hands on Me)" received both college and urban play in a remixed form that featured rapper MC Lyte. In her first US network television appearance, O'Connor sang "Mandinka" on Late Night with David Letterman in 1988. The single "Troy" was also released as a single in the UK and Ireland. Official Website: HERE . Set List: 01 Jackie 02 Mandinka 03 Never Get Old 04 Just Like U Said It Would Be 05 Jeru
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Known as 'Palace Of Exile' this bootleg is in a class of it's own. The Doors played not long after midnight, whoever took the time to record this to such a high standard, and those who have ensured that the quality of the recording has remained until today deserve some thanks to say the least. Considering this boot was recorded thirty seven years ago, it remains a fine quality recording, and really does justice to the highlight of that years Isle of Wight festival. The art work in the picture contains front and back CD covers. I am not sure of the origins of these, and if they have any resemblance to the early vinyl boots in circulation, however Jim Morrison was certainly sporting the beard etc, at that time. The gig was recorded live at the 3rd Isle Of Wight Festival at Afton Farm, Freshwater. Commencing at 12:05 am on Sunday, 31st August, 1970. This is a soundboard recording. Set List: 1 Back Door Man 4:38 2 Break On Through 4:50 3 When The Music's