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on the springsteen front, if you can find it, the bryn mawr concert from 75 when suki lavah was still in the group is essential, its the closest any american artist ever got to being the north american version of Van Morrison, its probably my fave bootleg of all time. it presents an intersting "what if" scenario to springsteens career, what if landua hadnt been let into the creative henhouse ?( remeber landua was a guy who though "peppermint twist" was better than ANY bob dylan song)
PETER BUCK: This is for Ellen.
Not about, FOR.
[plays "There She Goes Again"]
Castillo's gone, but Oliveri is back on this QOTSA album.
Alright, let's see if this works: R.E.M. 1/22/82 - Friday's | Greensboro, NC. Just a magnificent concert (in sparkling soundboard), with a young, hungry R.E.M. playing a setlist stacked with the best material from Chronic Town and Murmur (neither of which had yet to be recorded).
Went to register on dgmlive to download the 10-23-1973 show and got rejected on my username of choice, which I use for all of similar things like this and has *never* happened before.
 Weirder still ... my account history says I downloaded the 6-28-74 Asbury Park show ... of which I have *NO* recollection of ever hearing AND doesn't exist in my King Crimson folder ...
Let's try a track-by-track download ...
You're going to LOVE this show.
This was a fun thread. And hey, there's still a great early R.E.M. concert available at the link in #202! Grab, kiddies, grab!
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