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Not the first time that happened, actually. BAD II also shared the bill with Live, Blind Melon (!) and Pil, in '92, as well, which was the last time that I saw them...Filling in on that tour leg for Veruca Salt, opening for Live (!). Gary and Chris's last stint. Gary Kurfirst's plans going south.
True, it's not the greatest sound, but I downloaded it, anyway -- it's sharp, focused set, with a fair degree of jamming, and stellar versions of the F-Punk era stuff that they squeezed into that opening set...works for me.Rubbish sound - But great to watch Thank you for the heads up i really enjoyed that
NoMoreHugh wrote: ↑23 Jun 2017, 3:55amI still cant get over the fact that there is no appetite for a release of an official live album of the first BAD formation, I actually really like the only official one they have out at the moment but one of the original set up seems an important missing opportunity.
Tell Sony i can do it for free !
So what is it with Sony that they are dead against it I cant believe that the band have absolutely no say over this at all ?TeddyB Not Logged In wrote: ↑26 Jun 2017, 4:03amAll roads to vault and live releases go through Sony. It's not like Mick or Don can just decide to throw something out there. They did cross the line a couple of times later on, with the self-bootlegging of Ally Pally before Sony got wind and took it over, and the cyberleaking of Entering a New Ride, after Universal decided against releasing it. The 2011 reunion gig at the Forum would have made a good live album as well, though it never got past the rough mix stage.
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