Label: Fact Music
Catalog Number: fmcd 001 Date: June 25th 1995 Venue: Glastonbury, Somerset, England Length: 71:06 Medium: Compact Disc Source: Audience Recording
Just Like Heaven
Let's Go To Bed
Friday I'm in Love
From The Edge of The Deep Green Sea
Shiver and Shake
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The person who did the label for this
disc had no idea about the Cure...
He called Lullaby, Lovesong.
Jupiter Crash, Jupiter Press.
High, Never Let You Go.
Disintegration, The End.
End, One of These Things.
It was really a horrible job but, a good recording none the less!
Robert and co. do an amazing job w/ Trust.
It's simply amazing. It's also quite amusing to listen to Robert
feel his way around blindly during Mint Car. It shows
that even Robert must practice. The song has come a long way in the
Strange Day, Push, and Want
are left out here. You can find them on another boot,
I bought this boot at the recommendation of a friend, and must say
that it is pretty good, but in all honesty I think that Jason does
a fine job of slowing a lot if it down. Disintegration
is very slow and it just kinda wanders around leaving you cheated out
of the emotion which is in the song. I must say that the segue from
From the Edge... into Shiver and Shake
kicked the shit outta me...but then again...that's me. Oh and as usual
Robert does a fine job of boffing the lyrics in a lot of the songs...
but that's Robert and that is what is so fun (?) about him.
It's not an audience recording. The sound comes from the soundboard. I've got the same CD with the same errors in the titles of the songs but the cover is red with Robert...I don't know how to say that... He had some mud on the face. Enfin bon quoi... Good concert.
I picked this up in Camden Market, North London. It's not a
bad bootleg, the quality is pretty good (but very bassy)
and the length is good.
The main problem is that the band only really get it together on
certain tracks, Mint Car and Strange Day being the best.
Jason obviously couldn't play High properly at this
point, which lets it down a bit, and
Disintegration is a bit of a mess, but
on the whole it's pretty good.