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Hi Pooplie, to be honest, you puzzled me more than clarified the things, but thank you anyway!poolie wrote:Hi Andrew
As I suspected more questions than answers in trying to solve the riddle?
Was Set Me Free recorded then in Aberdeen, I wonder? As I saw from the link given above, there are some parallel soundboard or audience recordings, which were used for Aberdeen weeds, along with BBC tapes, but they do not include Set Me Free either.poolie wrote:Certainly Set Me Free is not included as a track on Aberdeen Realist or Working On It Paris bootlegs
I have no Saarbrücken audince video, but I have full gig audience recording from Birmingham 1993-01-21, which includes Set Me Free and an early live version of Nothing to Fear with all verses, however, the sound is rather poor, regrettably...poolie wrote: though I do have it included on a bootleg from Saarbrucken in Germany where it is a final encoure number following Let's Dance.
Thank you so much for your recording of that gig! I have 2 version of this gig, one is 50 min. non-tracked tuner record of BBC broadcast with spoken intro between On the Beach and Shadows of the Big Man, and the other is 10-track weed without spoken intro and it includes Thinking of You. As far as I see, BBC disc is a compilation of recordings from 2 shows, Jan, 29 & 30, so no surprise they changed the order of the songs from the original setlist.poolie wrote:Just to clarify the Shepherds Bush bootleg. I recorded the full concert and it was "weeded" on a Chris site but not sure how far it got and that was the concert in true set list order. Maybe at some time the tracks that the BBC did not air might have been combined with their output to give a better reproduction ( even I concede that the BBC can record concerts better than me !!! )
One more time you prove that your collection and enthusiasm for CR records is absolutely incredible!poolie wrote:Other than that I can't really shed any more light on the other recordings that you mention save to agree with your incination on the 1986 live output.
Hi Poolie,poolie wrote:Andrew
I also have a live BBC recording of Chris which says is from 1983 though I can't confirm it is true which has 7 tracks starting with Nothing's Happening and closing with Love to Love.
Hope this helps though I suspect it might just add to the confusion !!
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