Selected: REM - Seattle '84 - 1984-06-27

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  • REM
  • 1984-06-27
  • Seattle '84
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  • Seattle
  • WA
  • USA
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  • davebowman
  • 2019-11-18 09:47:28
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  • rem1984-06-27.flac16 Seattle, WA - Music Hall [SBD] Recorded at Music Hall, Seattle, WA June 27th 1984 1 Moral Kiosk 2 Hyena 3 Camera 4 Pilgrimage 5 Talk About The Passion 6 7 Chinese Bros. 7 So. Central Rain 8 Pretty Persuasion 9 Gardening At Night 10 9-9 11 Windout 12 Old Man Kensey 13 Radio Free Europe 14 Little America 15 Burning Down 16 Pale Blue Eyes 17 1,000,000 18 So You Want To Be A Rock'n'Roll Star 19 Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars) 20 Skank This show is one of the all time greatest R.E.M. performances taken from a sweltering night in Seattle on the globe-trotting Little America tour. This show was recorded by the band for possible release as a live album but was shelved indefinitely because such a project just didn't fit with R.E.M.'s nonconformist and independent-minded ethos - live albums were soooooooo "corporate rock". Fortunately the tapes survived and we present them here in all their glory. This show provides THE definitive performances of so many classics like Radio Free Europe, Pilgrimage, Gardening at Night, 9-9, and Carnival of Sorts as the band rip through the songs with such breathtaking intensity and spectacular abandon that you'll throw away your studio albums for being pale imitations. Yet amongst the maelstrom and ferocity are exquisite and controlled performances of Old Man Kensey, the Velvet's Pale Blue Eyes and an incredibly emotional Camera that ranks as one of the finest ever performances by Michael Stipe. This show is so good that when Peter Buck failed to get his copy of the masters due to a record company screw up he went out and bought the vinyl bootleg. Yes it is that essential and if not the greatest R.E.M. show of all time then it has to be in the top 3 no question. File under brilliance. Enjoy! A RAPID EYE MOVEMENT RELEASE: NOV '04