Label: Hall Mark
Catalog Number: HM 018 CD Date: 1987 Venue: Santa Barbara Bowl Length: 65:40 Medium: Compact Disc Source: Audience Recording
Album: Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me
All I Want
Hot, Hot, Hot!!!
If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
How Beautiful You Are
The Perfect Girl
Let's Go to Bed
Boys Don't Cry
Why Can't I Be You?
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not be familiar with it (10 is the best). To view all of the albums in order of
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Great quality for an audience
recording. The cover has a picture
of a cloudy sky and trees in a forest
with Sweet Torture written up one
of the trees. No insert pictures.
Definitely a worthwhile buy.
This is the best boot containing Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss me
songs that I've ever heard. An especially excellent version of
Like Cockatoos. Pick this one up if you like Kiss Me 3x...
THIS IS THE BEST KISSING TOUR BOOT EVER!!
Why, you say? Because first off, this is
definately not an audience recording, its
a soundboard. Also, there has been so
many other Kissing Tour booys that i've
gone through that is not nearly as good
as this one. Examples would be Perfect
Kiss, this is a really good soundboard,
but the playback is slowed down so much
it sounds like the whole band is about
to fall asleep! Its really annoying!
Difficult to Cure is also pretty good,
but was transferred from vinyl, so
there's pops and ticks in the recording.
Stained Glass Smile and Torture are also
very good soundboards, but only half of
these discs are from the Kissing Tour.
Lastly, The Walk is exactly the same as
Torture. So Sweet Torture it is! And what
a great performance! Its all 'simply
Submitted by: (WILSON)
This is one of those rare finds in the
world of unreleased recordings where
sound quality and band performance are
both at outstandingly high levels.
Simply put, you can put this disc in
your player and listen to it in it's
entirety without having to adjust the
eq or wonder why the band was having an
off-night. There's a minor split-second
dropout in the beginning of "The Kiss,"
but I think if it wasn't there, the disc
would almost be too perfect. You won't
find a better example from the Kissing
Tour out there.