Label: Swinging Pig
Catalog Number: TSP-CD-124
Date: July 23, 1985
Venue: Nyon, Switzerland
Medium: Compact Disc
Album: Head On The Door
The Baby Screams
The Hanging Garden
Let's Go To Bed
One Hundred Years
Give Me It
Close To Me
Three Imaginary Boys
Boys Don't Cry
Killing An Arab
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This one sounds great, especially the first three tunes. Its Swinging Pig.
This whole thing is well done. A great show.
The cover on this one says: "Recorded live at the Paleo Folk Festival,
Nyon/Switzerland, July 23, 1985 - except: The Baby Screams, Kyoto Song
and Sinking - "Saturday Night Live" TV-SHow/USA, July 6, 1985."
(Note: It was NOT SNL, but Saturday Live, BBC 1985)Submitted By:
A very crisp recording, with a pretty straight forward
track listing. Nothing really out of the ordinary.
Notable exceptions are tracks 1,2 and 3 which
were recorded on Saturday Night Live on July 6,1985.
(Note: It was NOT SNL, but Saturday Live, BBC 1985)
The version of Cold on this recording is a highlight.
This Bootleg was totally awesome it is probly the
favorite cure CD I have. Especially
Inbetween days is so sweet. It is my favorite song ever.
Submitted by: Jim Saunders
the nyon - recording is out of my collection
of radio recordings. it's one of the first concerts
i've recorded, the quality was not 100%.
but it's nicely remastered by swingin pig.
the first part comes not from the same recording.
only the 2nd 45 minutes. with that tape - i had it often
on the walkman, i became a real cure fan.
a piece of history for myself.
later on i started my huge collection.
i did other cure-records and cds with TSP
I thought the version of The Hanging Garden on this disc was really cool too. Probably the highlight of the disk for me,
in addition to the first three. I think it's interesting how much better the band sounds on this disk than on Concert just
the year before. It's really obvious how much better Simon and Boris are than Andy Anderson and Phil Thornally.