2009/05/04

John's funeral today... special Flac Bootleg and artwork for him.


12 comments:

sidollie said...

thanks guys and a nice touch with the artwork. farewell papa john...

andy.

Mark Edward Lee said...

Wow, great. Thanks!

Mark Edward Lee said...

Hey YOU, yeah YOU!!!
I have to write again because I want to let everyone know that this show sounds GREAT! You're gonna love it too!
Thanks everyone at Cornershop!

Brousse Foqueusstone said...

Too bad the sound is from the audience. Most of the time your bootlegs sound terrible...

MartinV said...

thanks.

best wishes
MartinV

liam23 said...

Cheers Yann

Anonymous said...

please repost this , the links don't work, thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi,

can you upload this again, been looking for it forever, thanks.

SmithersJ0nes

YV said...

Hey Smithers Jones, leave me your email and I'll send you the bootleg: here is the first part, reuploaded for you:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/4u3o34

Yann

YV said...


THE JAM
Royal Highland Exhibition Centre, Ingliston, UK
27th September 1982

source: audience - taper and equipment unknown
lineage: cassette received in trade > cdr > flac

1.Ghosts
2.In The Crowd
3.Town Called Malice
4.The Modern World
5.Away From The Numbers
6.So Sad About Us
7.Move On Up
8.Little Boy Soldiers
9.Thick As Thieves
10.It’s Too Bad
11.Carnation
12.Start!
13.Smithers-Jones
14.Precious
15.Pretty Green
16.Circus
17.The Dreams Of Children
18.Down In The Tube Station At Midnight
19.David Watts
20.Mr Clean
21.All Mod Cons
22.To Be Someone
23.The Gift
24.But I’m Different Now
25.The Eton Rifles

Notes:
This is a gig from the “Solid Bond” UK mini-tour in Autumn 1982. The tour coincided with the release of “The Bitterest Pill” single, although that song does not appear to have been played at the live shows. The band re-introduced a number of older songs into the set, including Away From The Numbers, So Sad About Us, All Mod Cons and Smithers-Jones, all of which hadn’t been played for several years.

The sound quality is nothing special, but quite listenable (no soundboards and only a couple of good audience recordings appear to be in circulation for this tour, which is a shame given the strong set list and tight performances by the band).

YV said...

part 2: http://www.sendspace.com/file/nsn1vr

Anonymous said...

Hi Yann,

thanks for that, very much appreciated indeed, was the last time I saw them live and as it was over 30 years ago the memory gets a bit sketchy will be great to have a listen and a trip down memory lane.

Smithers