I found that what Skoog has is mostly likely correct. I haven't seen this bootleg twice among traders lists. Let us work on the Priest dates and we will figue things out. Many can just be purchased new via Amazon. For now, we are working on making Ryan's list as complete as possible. Lists all known tour dates, and marks the ones that are known to have recordings in circulation. Anyone know where this might have come from? This is song off of Piece Of Mind album we wrote all about religion and all kinds of things like that.
The recording was a live radio broadcast, so the sound is fantastic. During the past nine months alone, the European jazz and blues label has shifted into more popular turf, launching a new imprint to issue nearly 20 titles and counting by Tom Waits, Talking Heads, Joy Division, Iggy Pop, Nirvana, and many more. Each september, a Moto Endurance competition was taking place in Autodrome of Le Castellet, near Toulon in the south of France and near from my home. But the legal loopholes remain and, when the market for vinyl returned, so did the bootlegs. The big issue is the 1985 secret gigs.
It's his list and other sources that are in conflict. There are several online resources that can be used to help verify boolegs. It´s one of his very old artworks. Not all bootleggers are particularly discriminating, though. I know Gui isn't the only one helping with this. And the sound of the song sounds just as good as the other official tracks. We must be abile to argue about stuff, if not, we´re in the wrong place.
Where we worked on verifying concert dates and weather or not a boot actually existed of the show. Please keep in mind, that we are trying to get an accurate list. As to Rober's list, I will attest to his willingness to discuss and debat dates. I want to investigate it a bit further. Obviously from the 3rd night not the 2nd as I thought it was. Iron Maiden, Killers and Number of the Beast. However, Marco lists just one show: 21 March.
If you still want to keep his list and for me to update it then no prob. Originally Posted by ead666 hummm about 101 to 200 : 107. John says there were only 2. Originally Posted by darthrya So, do these shows exist? Expect info to be used from your site to help me do this lol Originally Posted by Iron Paddy So what is the plan for David's list. I don't think that it exists 114.
Despite a series of high-profile music industry crackdowns on American record stores and a widespread non-commercial cassette-trading network , the import business only seemed to die a natural death in the United States with the arrival of file-sharing. Skoog has it listed as 5 November. Now if we could just get some hard evidence of the actual date of the 91 Paul Ricard show. You have a copy from my master, don't you? Also, 'Remember Tomorrow' and 'Phantom Of The Opera' have a lot of static. Thanks to Gary Davies for bringing this up! I've fixed the page on my hard drive, and I'll upload the changes later this week. But if it isn't in circulation, it probably won't be marked as existing. What would be the use in David's one now.
And I´m not mad or anything. The 22 June through 3 July dates don't match this, but the 25 June - 5 July dates do. While I belive mine to be the most accurate, I do know that I am biased. Would you be willing to do a trade for it? And it just keeps propogating. Originally Posted by darthrya Kerkrade 83 - which is the real date? This post will be used for some of the more pressing questions we are looking for answers too. At the end of Sanctuary, Bruce thanks the fans for all three nights.
In some sense, it is. Be careful to check these details when someone offers you this disc, once you know what to look for the bootleg is easily distinguished from the original!. He is very meticulous about detecting fakes and getting the dates correct, but he is not working on a reference list. Time: Disc One: 44:36 Disc Two: 49:47 Tracks: Disc One 1 Tailgunner 03:54 2 Public Enemy 1 03:52 3 Wrathchild 02:42 4 Introductions 01:02 5 Die With Your Boots On 06:24 6 Hallowed Be Thy Name 06:57 7 22 Acacia Ave. The bootleg for years has claimed it was Summerfest. That only leaves the audience participation from Running Free as unknown source.
But I have run across so many, I just haven't had the time to do any others. Let's disregard Gamba's info since it's pretty much just a copy of Running Free, and it still makes mistakes in its copy. There is some fade-out in between some of the tracks. I also have 2 Cologne 1995 shows and speaches by Blaze are different. Steven isn't even working on a list as such.
One of the Milwaukee historians I called pulled up the dates for Summerfest. On the back, there's a picture of Bruce looking at a mirror and touching it, on a red background, and the song titles. If you see any that need the dates corrected either bootleg, or tour date please post. I doubt this is the case, but it is a possibility. You can also find some details of each gig there as well. Here is a song off the Piece Of Mind album.