Peter Gabriel at 02 Arena - Londineum - performing 'So'
Excellent performance on the first night of 2.
Manu Katche - Drums, instead of Jerry Marotta Tony Levin - Bass David Rhodes - Guitar David Sancious - Keyboards, Guitar Jennie Abrahamson: Vocals / Background Vocals Linnea Olsson: Background Vocals
Acoustic OBUT Come Talk to Me Shock the Monkey Electric, white lights Family Snapshot (1st half semi-acoustic) Digging in the Dirt Secret World The Family and the Fishing Net No Self Control Solsbury Hill Why Don't You Show Yourself So, color lights Red Rain Sledgehammer Don't Give Up That Voice Again Mercy Street Big Time We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37) This Is the Picture (Excellent Birds) In Your Eyes
True, Wobbleskis bass is not so prominent, I'm rather adhered to it, not saying its Wobble at his thunderous 30Hertz, lovely move though.
Quintessence Classic, be it on the gate fold sleeve on Island [pink rim], presume it is? - fantastic live when I saw them all those eons ago, how feckless could I be all those years ago lending stuff out never getting them back, if I did they were better used as beer mats, pah.
Love rummaging charity shops, recently picked up Prince / The New Power Generation - 12'' - Picture Disc - Thunder cw violet The Organ Grinder / Get Off Thrust Dub, not into his music, paid 00.50p for it, going by the *spidery marks* their be none..
Jah Wobble / Marconi – Onion [as my late father would say] love this Jah Wobble – The Mystery Of Twighlight Part 2 from 3CD – I Could Have Been A Contender - Brilliant Anthology – [mitt Jaki Leibezeit, Harold Budd, Bill Laswell, on this track] Irmin Schmidt – Messer Im Kopf – from - Villa Wunderbar – 2CD
25% of the Y[ear] in/ gone, contender for muzik of the y[ear] be ....
Steve Mason - Monkey Minds In The Devil's Time - CD
track 18 - "get up and fight them back, fist, a move and a baseball bat" .....
Can't believe you posted this in the first quarter and I thought then "hmmm, must get around to listening to it soon...", well, I've been playing it and enjoying it this last few weeks. Have to say the quite disturbing Giotto artwork put me off a bit, so when I first played it I found myself studying the 24" x 36" poster version that came with the vinyl, rather than listening to the music. Overall I find the album a little 'bitty' though, what with all those interludes and short tracks. I found it broke up the flow too much
Did you hear Dennis Bovell's dub reconstruction of his previous "Boys Outside" album?