The Smiths - Royal Command Performance 1986 Herunterladen
|1||Take Me Back To Blighty|
|2||Stretch Out And Wait|
|3||The Vegetarians Side One Davy 01 - C|
|4||Big Mouth Strikes Again|
|6||Girl Don't Come|
Guest – Sandie Shaw
|10||Frankly Mr Shankley|
|12||That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore|
|14||I Wan't The One I Can't Have|
|15||William ... It Was Nothing|
|16||The Vegetarians Side One Davy 01 - A|
|19||The Box With The Thorn In His Side|
|20||Hand In Glove|
|21||His Latest Flame|
Guest – Sandie Shaw
|23||This Night Has Opened My Eyes|
|24||Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others|
|25||Is It Really So Strange|
|26||The Queen Is Dead|
|27||The Vegetarians Side One Davy 01 - B|
|29||I Know It's Over|
|30||The Vegetarians Side One Davy 01 - D|
|31||There Is A Light|
|32||Shoplifters Of The World Unite|
|33||Vicar In A Tu-Tu|
- Artwork By – P.A.M.
- Other – Cover Star: Montgomery Clift
Recorded at Brixton Academy 12 December 1986.
And G-Mex Festival Manchester 1986.
"Cover Star: Montgomery Clift" is printed on the front cover.
The vinyl labels have no note about The Smiths (obviously for the manufacturing of the vinyl). The vinyl labels have the following credits (following to this the indexing in the track listing):
Produced by The Boys
SEE SLEEVE FOR TRACK LISTING
Manufactured in Greece
The vinyl labels have the following indexes (thus the indexing in the track listing):
SIDE ONE (Davy 01 - A)
SIDE TWO (Davy 01 - B)
SIDE THREE (Davy 01 - C)
SIDE FOUR (Davy 01 - D)
The show in Brixton Academy was The Smiths' final gig.
The G-Mex Festival was on 19 July 1986 and a radio broadcast. The name was "Festival Of The 10th Summer" and celebrated 10 years of punk. The Smiths co-headlined with New Order. Other bands: A Certain Ratio, The Fall, Cabaret Voltaire, Pete Shelley, The Worst, Wayne Fontana.
In forums of The Smiths fans a release of this bootleg in red vinyl was mentioned. If this is existing then maybe with the same artwork as the CD release.
Recording Date. December 12, 1986 - 1986. Recording Location. Brixton Academy. G-Mex Festival, Manchester, England. Submit Corrections. Album Moods. Intimate Literate Melancholy Reflective Wistful Witty Angst-Ridden AnguishedDistraught Bittersweet Cathartic Cerebral CynicalSarcastic Gentle Gloomy Passionate Sad Somber Wry Boisterous Brash Brooding Confrontational Playful Refined Stylish Lively Rousing Sophisticated Sparkling Bright Complex Dreamy Rollicking Stately Warm. The Smiths is the self titled debut studio album by English rock band the Smiths, released on 20 February 1984 by Rough Trade Records. After the original production by Troy Tate was felt to be inadequate, John Porter re-recorded the album in London, Manchester and Stockport during breaks in the band's UK tour during September 1983. The album was well received by critics and listeners, and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, staying on the chart for 33 weeks. It established the Smiths as a. This Royal Command Performance album features titles like Shoplifters of the World Unite, Cemetary Gates and This Night Has Opened My Eyes from The Smiths. Style:MLA Chicago APA. Royal Command Performance Album. STANDS4 LLC, 2020. 3 Jul 2020. Powered by . The Web's Largest Resource for. The British Royal Command Performance, 26 November 1986, recorded to VHS from Australian TV Channel 7 with ads removed. BBC1 telecast. Location: Royal Command Performance in the United Kingdom is any performance by actors or musicians that occurs at the direction or request of a reigning monarch. Although English monarchs have long sponsored their own theatrical companies and commissioned theatrical performances, the first Royal Command Performance to bear that name was staged at Windsor Castle in 1848 by order of Queen Victoria. From then on, command performances were frequently staged, often calling upon the leading actors from the London. The Smiths. Album: Royal Command Performance. Style: Indie Rock. The G-Mex Festival was on 19 July 1986 and a radio broadcast. The name was Festival Of The 10th Summer and celebrated 10 years of punk. The Smith co-headlined with New Order. Other bands: A Certain Ratio, The Fall, Cabaret Voltaire, Pete Shelley, The Worst, Wayne Fontana. This is a copy from the original bootleg in vinyl. It contains only 22 from the 29 tracks of the primary release and in the album title 1986 is missing. Even the cover is a copy from the bootleg. Royal Command Performance 1986 2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Red. Musician: The Smiths Title: Royal Command Performance 1986 Category: Rock Country: Greece Released: 1987 Rating: 4. 55 Votes: 726 Other Formats: RA DTS APE AU ASF AA AC3. Related music albums: Davy Jones - You're A Lady. Taped in Stockholm on March 3 and 4, 1986, Bob Hope and a stellar group of personalities entertain the King and Queen of Sweden at a benefit for the Children's International Summer Village. The gala benefit is dedicated to the memory of Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme, who was assassinated on February 28, 1986. See full summary . Director . Disc IDs 0. Brixton Academy in Brixton, Lambeth, London, England, United Kingdom on 1986-12-12. live recording of: The Boy With the Thorn in His Side on 1986-12-12. lyricist: Morrissey English singer, songwriter