Thursday, January 28, 2010

Dexys Midnight Runners - Liverpool 83


another show from kevin rowlands young soul rebels is this one recorded in liverpool university(im not sure though as ive got no cover for this one)in 1983.the sounds pretty good and most of the dexys greats are here.speaking of dexys, liam_ska at www.liamskablog.blogspot.com has just posted a great 'live' dexys podcast over at his blog so if youre a fan of the band head over there and grab a copy while you can not forgetting to say thanks.so with thanks again to james for this live show all that remains now is for you all to listen,enjoy and just for the sheer hell of it leave a comment.thanks! download link below

9 comments:

The Swiss Rambler said...

Great stuff. Really appreciate hearing some of the "Celtic" remixes of standards like "Tell Me When My Light Turns Green", which I've not found before. Many, many thanks.

David said...

Thanks for this download , can't wait to listen to it

free font said...

I agree with you ^^!

cubesville said...

many thanks for this. Keep the Dexys coming.Love the era circa 81/82 when they had the songs and personnel to raise the roof.

Anonymous said...

It was the Royal Court in Liverpool 16 March 1983. Part of a radio one week in Liverpool. Other gig was Wah & icicle Works. Couldn't get tickets and R1 reception on 247 was crap in Liverpool so great to hear clearly.

robert said...

Thanks for the dexys music. infact thanks for all the great music.

Pygmy Beat said...

Thanks for the Dexy's file. there was a problem with phase that shifted the stereo image but I fixed that with a phase reversal & then some maximiser.
Excellent gig - even if he was out of tune several times - all passion & that's what matters.
Cheers
rayc

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the post, you make my day.

Mikey D said...

As the earlier poster said the gig was at The Royal Court Theatre, not the University.
In the words of Max Boyce, 'I know, because I was there'.
From memory there was a lot of mucking about as part of the set was live on Wonderful Radio One and some of the crowd got a bit restive as Dexy's had insisted that the bar downstairs remain closed.

 

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