Tag: New wave

The Cure – Tower-Theater-10-26-85

The Cure Live from the Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA, USA on October 26, 1985. Thanks for the Live tape files Don Sheluga.

01 – Shake Dog Shake
02 – Piggy in the Mirror
03 – Play for Today
04 – Strange Days
05 – Primary
06 – Kyoto Song
07 – Charlotte Sometimes
08 – In Between Days
09 – The Walk
10 – A Night Like This
11 – Push
12 – A Forest
13 – unknown
14 – Close to Me
15 – Lets Go to Bed
16 – Three Imaginary Boys
17 – Boys Dont Cry
18 – Fake
19 – 1015 Saturday Night
20 – Killing an Arab

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(English) Beat – Irvine Auditorium 3/25/83

The (English) Beat Live from Irvine Auditorium on March 25, 1983.

01 – Doors of your heart
02 – Tears of a Clown
03 – Too Nice to Talk To
04 – Spar Wid Me
05 – I Confess
06 – Get A job
07 – Stand Down Margaret
08 – Jeanette
09 – Drowning
10 – Hands Off Shes Mine
11 – Ackee 1-2-3
12 – Sole Salvation
13 – Two Swords
14 – Ranking Full Stop
15 – Mirror in the Bathroom
16 – Save it for Later
17 – The End of the Party
18 – Click Click
19 – Best Friend
20 – Jackpot

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Lee Paris Radio Show

A Lee Paris radio show with an interview with the Sic Kidz while they were on tour in California. The entire recording was labeled Lee Paris bit he seems to sign off kind of early on but I just kept t he rest of the music which was probably music XPN used to fill up dead air. Thanks to Flipo from the Excuses for the video.

Lee Paris on I-92

Ultravox – Hot Club 2/23/79

Th original London new wave band Ultravox with John Foxx as frontman and the main driving force behind the band before Midge Ure took over.

John Foxx: “March 1979 – Island had dropped us, and I was planning to leave because I thought synthesizers were going to change music in the same way that the electric guitar did. Then we were offered a tour of America by Miles Copeland and his brother [Ian] – there was a big audience for British new wave acts at that time. We flew over on the cheap with Laker Airlines and, as there were no luggage restrictions, took all of our instruments and our backline amps. When we got off the plane Miles’s brother was waiting for us with a van and we did six weeks with one day off. People like the artist Jean Michel Basquiat and John Frusciante from the Chili Peppers came to see us. The tour ended in Hollywood at the Whisky A Go-Go. After the last show I just told them all that I had had enough and was leaving, that they could have the name and the band identity. Things were already tense – at the end of long tours everyone is full of adrenalin but very tired – and a minor argument broke out although I can’t remember what it was about. Billy and Chris walked out of the dressing room and Warren stayed hut was really angry, although he didn’t shout, as we weren’t that sort of people. We left the venue in separate cars and I flew back to England on my own the next day. It was a great wrench to leave, but the grey suits were waiting. I wanted to work alone with a tape recorder, drum machine, a synthesizer and get rid of anything that was rock’n’roll. As for their later success with Midge Ure, I have nothing to say about them, as that band has nothing to do with me.”
Source: Mojo, the Music Magazine – September 2006

More Ultravox History here

01 – The Man Who Dies Every Day
02 – Slipaway
03 – Slow Motion
04 – Hiroshima Mon Amour
05 – Artificial Life
06 – Just for a Moment
07 – Hes a Liquid
08 – Quiet Men
09 – I Cant Stay Long
10 – Someone Else’s Clothes
11 – Blue Light
12 – My Sex
13 – Young Savage
14 – The Wild the Beautiful and the Da
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Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Pay Attention – Lee Paris Benefit Show

Pay Attention video from the Lee Paris/PCHA benefit show – Houston Hall, U of Penn 05/03/86

Mid 80’s Philadelphia band – The band recorded one album, Klub Blaues Licht, released on their own Diana Sound Recordings label.

The band was:
Ern Schutzenhofer / Bass Guitar
Brian Shaw / Drums
Kell Allen / Guitar and Vocals
Dan Mason / Guitar and Vocals

Go Go’s – Emerald City, 8-31-81

Go Go's

The Go Go’s from Emerald City in Cherry Hill. This show was on August of 81 less than 2 months after Beauty and the Beat was released and they got big in the mainstream.

01 – Skidmarks on My Heart
02 – How Much More
03 – Tonite
04 – Fading Fast
05 – London Boys
06 – Cool Jerk
07 – Automatic
08 – Lust to Love
09 – Cant Stop the World
10 – This Town
11 – Vacation
12 – You Cant Walk in Your Sleep (If You Cant Sleep)
13 – Our Lips Are Sealed
14 – Lets Have a Party
15 – We Got the Beat
16 – Surfing and Spying
17 – Beatnik Beach

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A’s – Emerald City, Cherry Hill, NJ 6-27-80

The A's

The A’s were one of the early bands to get major label notice from Philly underground. They were around from 1978 to 1983 with Richard Bush (lead vocals), Rick DiFonzo (guitar), Rocco Notte (keyboards), Terry Bortman (bass), and Michael Snyder (drums). This is a radio concert recording of them from Emerald City in Cherry Hill.

Johnny Silent
Serious Boys
Working Man
I Pretend She’s You
Little Mistakes
Teenage Jerkoff
Secret Agent Man
5 Minutes In A Hero’s Life
After Last Night
Aint Nothing Wrong With Falling In Love

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Thanks for sending this to me Brett Noise Addiction II

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