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MD5 Record Set: Disc 1 -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • 10,000 Maniacs
  • 1986-04-04
  • unknown
  • Liberty Lunch
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  • State / Prov.
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  • Austin
  • TX
  • FLAC
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  • Date Entered
  • Soundboard
  • Very Good
  • geek01
  • 12th June 2014
  • Taper - Unknown
					
  • 10,000 Maniacs Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX April 4, 1986 Source: SB > ? > cassette received in trade circa 1998 > Nero ROM > Cool Edit > CDR > FLAC Sound quality: A Disc 1: 1. Maddox Table (fades in) 2. Grey Victory 3. Just As the Tide Was a'Flowing 4. Can't Ignore the Train 5. G Suspended (early "Poison in the Well") 6. Back o' the Moon 7. Everyone a Puzzle Lover 8. Lilydale 9. Wildwood Flower (traditional / Carter Family) 10. Scorpio Rising Disc 2: 1. Thompson's March 2. Angels of Stone 3. National Education Week 4. Pit Viper 5. Daktari 6. Among the Americans 7. Cotton Alley 8. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More (Brian Eno cover) 9. Death of Manolette 10. Arbor Day 11. 1-A in the Army (fragment) 12. My Mother the War 13. Tension This is a soundboard recording of 10,000 Maniacs during their Spring 1986 tour. During the 1980's there was a radio show called "Austin Alternatives" which recorded national acts live in Austin (and often at this same venue, the Liberty Lunch). This could very well be the source of this recording, but I can only speculate. Of note: rejected songs "G Suspended", "Thompson's March", and "Angels of Stone", along with a fantastic version of future b-side "Wildwood Flower" and a rare performance of Brian Eno's "Burning Airlines Give You So Much More". "1-A in the Army", a cover version of a 1941 World War II song, is merely a short intro. to "My Mother the War". Enjoy!