o∞19691024 Amougies 19700801 Festival d Aix-en-Provence 19760619 Festival de Louveciennes 19771119 Fête du nouveau populaire de Paris 19790505 Fête du 0 de conduite (Lannion) 19810610 Fête du temps libre (Place de la république) 198109 Festival indigène 52° Biennale de Venise AC/DC 1976 AC/DC 1981 * Aksak Maboul Alain Bashung Alan Stivell Albert Marcoeur Alkan Andy Warhol Ange Angelo Branduardi Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker Archie Shepp Areski/Fontaine B Movie Beat Generation Beatles Story Bejart Bill Deraime Blue Oyster Cult Bob Dylan Boot/Live Brian Eno Bridget Riley Buzzcocks Can Canterbury+ Captain Beefheart Caravan Carla Bley Catherine Ribeiro Charlélie Couture Chelsea Ciment (Heiner Müller) CocoRosie Colin Stetson Colosseum Crium Delirium CSN Dan ar Bras 1979 * Dan Ar Bras 1981 Dan Ar Bras 1982 Daniel Humair Danser sa vie Dark Star David Byrne David Crosby Doc Watson Documenta documenta  8 documenta 13 documenta 14 Dogs Donovan Dr Feelgood Dream Syndicate Earl Okin Edward Primrose Einstürzende Neubauten Eric Dolphy Faust Faust I et II (Robert Wilson) Festival d Automne 1980/82 Festival Elixir 1 (19790714 Irvillac) Festival Elixir 2 (19800816 Plouneour-Trez) Festival Elixir 3 (19810711 Plomodiern) Festival Elixir 4 (19820717 Saint Pabu) Festivals Elixir Festivals Elixir suite Fête de l Huma 19800913 Fête de l Huma 20120915 Films Festival d Aix-en-Provence 1970 Florian Hecker Frida Kahlo (Lupe Velez) Gary Wright Gentle Giant Gershwin Glenn Branca 1988 Glenn Branca 2013 Glenn Branca 2015 * Gong * Gong 1971 Gong 1973 Gong 1974 Grateful Dead Grateful Dead * Harold Budd Hatfield and the North Henry Cow Ianis Xenakis Incredible String Band Indoor life Ironing Board Sam Jacques Higelin James Bowman japrocksampler Jazz Jean-Claude Gallotta Jean-Luc Ponty Jean-Michel Basquiat Jeanne Added Jefferson Airplane Jo Lemaire John Cage John Cale John Coltrane John Greaves John Lennon John Renbourn John Zorn Johnny Winter Juan Carmona Habichuela nieto Julie Ferrier Julos Beaucarne Keith Haring Kevin Ayers 1971 Kevin Ayers 1972 * Kim Gordon King Crimson L Esplanade (Lille Fairgrounds) L homme à tête de chou L oreille oubliée La Monte Young La Rotonde (Faches Thumesnil) La Salle Industrielle (Lille) La Salle Roger Sallengro (Lille) La Volupté Numérique Laurie Anderson Laurie Anderson et Lou Reed Le Bataclan (Paris) Le Cinéma Le Capitole (Lille) Le Mal court (Jacques Audiberti) Le Mery Le Palais des Sports (Lille) Le Palais Rameau (Lille) Le Quatuor Le Retour (Harold Pinter) Le Roi se meurt (Ionesco) Leonard Cohen Les années POP (1956-1968) Les Bas-fonds (Maxime Gorki) Les Nus Lili Fisher Lille 2004 Linder Liverpool 2008 Liverpool 2010 Lou Reed Lounge Lizard Loupideloupe Ludus Luis de Luis Magazine Magma * Magma 1976 Magma 1981 Magma 2009 Malicorne Mama BEA Tekielski Marc Seberg Marquis de Sade Matching Mole Matthew Barney Maxime Le Forestier Michael Levinas Michael Nyman Michel Portal Mike Heron Mike Oldfield Miles Davis Moondog Moriarty Morton Feldman National Health Neil Young * Neil Young 2008 New York Extravaganza Nico Nouvelle Biennale de Paris 1985 Parov Stelar Band Patti Smith Paul Haig Paul McCartney Pegi young PERRO Pete Brown Pete Doherty 2010 * Pete Doherty 2012 Peter Frampton Peter Gabriel Peter Hammil Père Ubu Philippe Deschepper Pink Floyd * Pink Floyd 1970 Pink Floyd 1972 Pipiloti Rist Presence Panchounette Psychic TV Psy[k]é/Off the Wall Quicksilver Messenger Service Rainbow Raymond Devos Return To the Forbidden Planet Rhys Chatham 2005 * Rhys Chatham 2010 Robert Charlebois Robert Wood Robert Wyatt Rock and Roll 39-59 Roland Becker Rory Gallagher 1976 * Rory Gallagher 1980 Rubberworks Museum Sax Pustuls Scorpions Scott Taylor Serge Gainsbourg Shakti Simples Minds SMJ Snakefinger Soft Machine Sonic Youth Sore Throat Spheres d Influence Spirit Splendid s (Jean Genet) Status Quo Stefan Grossman Stephan Eicher Stephen Stills Steve Hillage Steve Reich Sugar Blue Sun Ra Supertramp Syd Barrett Takis Talking Heads Tania Mouraud Ted Nugent Téléphone The Beatles * The Beatles 1969 The Beatles Liverpool The Beatles Show The Boomtown Rats The Clash The Honeymoon Killers The London Dungeon The Old Woman (Robert Wilson) The present day composers refuse to die... The Residents * The Residents 1986 The Residents 1989 The Residents 2017 The Rolling Stones The Saints The Stranglers The Velvet Underground Theatre des Amandiers Théâtre de l Atelier Third Ear Band Throbbing Gristle Tony Oursler Tuxedomoon 1981 Tuxedomoon 2003 * Unfinished Music Van der Graaf Generator Veronique Vincent et Aksak Maboul Von hier aus WC3 Yes Yoko Ono Zappa * Zappa 1968 Zappa 1970 Zappa 1978 Zappa 1982

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Linder
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+[Ludus, Buzzcocks, Magazine]

Musée d Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France

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Depuis 1976, Linder investit différentes formes artistiques, des arts plastiques à la musique en passant par la mode. Elle compose des photomontages, à la manière des artistes dada John Heartfield et Hannah Hoch, tout en étant partie prenante de la scène post-punk anglaise de Manchester : elle réalise la fameuse couverture d'Orgasm Addict des Buzzcocks en 1977 et fonde avec Ian Devine le groupe Ludus en 1978. (sic)



Couvertures


Orgasm Addict des Buzzcocks


Real Life Magazine

Discographie / Discography

Linder


discogs

Liens/Links

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Ludus

 

Discographie / Discography

Ludus


discogs

Mes Autres

0LudusPickpocket / Danger Came SmilingM32013
1899LudusPickpocket / Danger Came SmilingM32011
1980Ludus1980 - [new Hormones - Org4] - Ludus - The VisitM3204
1980LudusThe Visit + SeductionM32014
1981Ludus1981 - [new Hormones - Org12] - Ludus - Mother S HourM1922
1981Ludus1981 - [new Hormones - Org8] - Ludus - My Cherry Is In SherryM1922
1982Ludus1982 - [new Hormones - Org16] - Ludus - The SeductionM3207
1982LudusRiding The RagM3209
2005LudusA Reference Of Female-fronted Punk Rock: 1977-89 [disc 7]M3201
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Buzzcocks

 

Discographie / Discography

Buzzcocks


discogs

Mes Matérialisés

2001BuzzcocksSingles Going SteadyEMI7243 5 34442 2 8, 5 34442 2CD
2008BuzzcocksA Different Kind Of TensionEMI50999 207348 2 42xCD

Mes Autres

1899BuzzcocksSingles Going SteadyM20416
1978BuzzcocksIn A Different KitchenM25611
1978BuzzcocksLove BitesM25611
1979BuzzcocksGoing SteadyM25612
1992BuzzcocksEntertaining FriendsM12818
2001BuzzcocksDifferent Kind Of TensionM25612

Allées X Venues

Buzzcocks

1976

11976-12-06Pistols-Clash-BuzzcocksB01

1977

61977-02-04The Roxy ClubLondonEnglandB
81977-02-10Electric CircusManchesterEnglandB
41977-04-02The Roxy ClubLondonEnglandB
71977-04-27The RoxiLondonEnglandB
51977-10-02Electric CircusCollyhurstEnglandB

1978

91978-05-20Sports CentreBracknellEnglandB
101978-10-26The Apollo TheatreManchesterEnglandB
111978-10-27The Apollo TheatreManchesterEnglandB

1979

181979-01-09Club 57New YorkNY, USB
241979-01-12PalladiumNew YorkNY, USB
221979-02-11Winter GardensBournemouthEnglandB
131979-03-02The ParadisoAmsterdamNetherlandsB01
251979-03-12Park WestChicagoIL, USB
141979-03-13ChicagoIL, USB
151979-03-21Hammersmith OdeonLondonEnglandB
161979-03-31Hammersmith OdeonLondonEnglandB
191979-07-09Music HallTorontoCanadaB
171979-08-30The Paradise ClubBostonMA, USB
231979-09-11Rainbow TheatreLondonEnglandB
201979-10-09The LonghornMinneapolisMN, USB
211979-11-09Rainbow TheatreLondonEnglandB
121979-12-01PalladiumNew YorkNY, USB
261979-12-12Stardust BallroomHollywoodCA, USB
271979-12-15The TempleSan FranciscoCA, USB
281979-12-17The PalladiumNew YorkNY, USB

1980

291980-05-22Manchester PolytechnicManchesterEnglandB
301980-10-18AmhurstNY, USB
311980-11-18University Of MassachusettsAmherstMA, USB
321980-11-23RitzNew YorkNY, USB

1981

331981-01-23MarkthalleHamburgGermanyB

1984

341984-07-28Elephant FayreSt GermansEnglandB

1988

351988-10-10Berlin Independence Days FestivalBerlinGermanyB

1989

381989-09-12Brixton AcademyBrixtonEnglandB
361989-11-11Theatre Of Living ArtsPhiladelphiaPA, USB
391989-11-12Newcastle UniversityNewcastleEnglandB
371989-12-11City GardensTrentonNJ, USB
401989-12-12Glasgow BarrowlandsGlasgowScotlandB

1990

421990-05-10PolytechnicLeedsEnglandB
431990-08-10Rock CityNottinghamEnglandB
411990-08-24Reading FestivalReadingEnglandB

1991

461991-02-11Theatre Of Living ArtsPhiladelphiaPA, USB
451991-03-08-EnglandB
441991-07-15Maxwell SHobokenNJ, USB

1995

471995-12-04L ArapahoParisFranceB

1996

481996-07-23Finsbury ParkLondonEnglandB

1997

491997-02-08StorsjoyranOstersundSwedenB

2002

502002-09-14Glen Helen Blockbuster PavilionDevoreCA, USB

2003

572003-01-07Nissan Pavilion At Stone RidgeBristowVA, USB
532003-03-06Marquee TheatreTempeAZ, USB
512003-03-27Shepherd S Bush EmpireShepherd S BushEnglandB
542003-05-06John Peel SessionLondonEnglandB
562003-06-28Molson AmphitheatreTorontoCanadaB
522003-08-05BotaniqueBrusselsBelgiumB
582003-08-07Madison Square GardenNew YorkNY, USB
552003-12-06Neurolux LoungeBoiseID, USB

2005

592005-08-28Pier HeadLiverpoolEnglandB

2006

642006-02-12The ForumLondonEnglandB
602006-03-15Mark Radcliffe Radio SessionB
612006-07-14The ShelterDetroitMI, USB
622006-07-28Dante sPortlandOR, USB
632006-09-09The MetroSydneyAustraliaB

2009

662009-02-17KnustHamburgGermanyB
682009-03-29La NefAngoulêmeFranceB
652009-11-02The ParadisoAmsterdamNetherlandsB
672009-12-03Blackout ClubRomaItalyB

2011

692011-01-29The AuditoriumLeicesterEnglandB

2012

702012-04-14Empire Polo FieldsIndioCA, USB
712012-05-25The Apollo TheatreManchesterEnglandB01
722012-09-22Palais Des SportsBordeauxFranceB

Enregistrements

(1/1) Buzzcocks, 1976-12-06, Pistols-Clash-Buzzcocks

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LINEAGE; SILVER CD - WAVE - FLAC

Contents

DISC 1

Sex Pistols full Manchester's Electric Circus 9 December 1976

1. Anarchy In The u.k.
2. I Wanna Be Me
3. Seventeen
4. Stepping Stone
5. Satellite
6. Submission
7. Substitute
8. No Feelings
9. Stop Gobbing
10. Liar
11. Pretty Vacant
12. God Save The Queen
13. Problems

The Clash Manchester Electric Circus on the 9 December 1976

14. White Riot
15. Bored With The usa
16. Londons Burning
17. Hate & War
18. Protex Blue
19. Career Opportunities
20. Cheat
21. 48 Hours
22. Janie Jones
23. 1977

DISC TWO

Leeds Polytechnic 6 December 1976

Track 1. Grundy Incident - REMOVED OFFICIALLY RELEASED CONTENT.
2. Derby Statement
3. Mc laren Yorkshire tv
4. Dean Of Leeds Polytechnic
5. Anarchy In The UK
6. I Wanna Be Me
7. Seventeen
8. Stepping Stone
9. God Save The Queen
10. Substitute
11. No Feelings
12. Liar
13. Pretty Vacant
14. Problems
15. Caerphilly segment

The Buzzcocks - Manchester Electric Circus on the 9 December 1976

16. Orgasm Addict
17. Breakdown
18. Times Up
19. Boredom
20. Tear Me Up
21. Friends Of Mine
22. Love Battery
23. Big Dummy
24. Oh Shit
25. Can`t Control Myself

The Anarchy Tour

Every punk book you will ever read, in fact any music book worth its worth, every punk TV programmme, every nostaligic look back starts the Sex Pistols - supported by the Clash and The Buzzcocks - on the infamous Anarchy Tour, December 1976. You have read the text, heard the opinion, now you can LISTEN TO WHAT ALL THE FUSS WAS ABOUT.


From the opening night on the 3 December to the 19th December the Tour was banned from all but three venues, Leeds Polytechnic on the 6th, Manchesters Electric Circus on the 9th and Caerphilly on the 14th. This CD is the definitive audio version of the Anarchy Tour. A must have.


This 2 CD set
From the most famous tour ever - The infamous 1976 Anarchy Tour - this 2 CD set features the Sex Pistols, The Clash and the Buzzcocks from Manchesters Electric Circus on the 9th December 1976. This fabulous 2CD set also includes the full Sex Pistols performance at Leeds Polytechnic 3 days earlier. The sound quality is 'as good as it gets' for these two gigs and captures clearly these two famous gigs.

Re-live the drama of it all. The Bonus material captures the infamous Grundy Today Programme, The Statement by Derbyshire County Council, Malcolm Mclarens interview on Yorkshire TV and the interview with the Dean of Leeds Polytechnic as well as the Caerphillly demonstration.


(13/1) Buzzcocks, 1979-03-02, The Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Buzzcocks

Paradiso, Amsterdam
1979.03.02

fm recording
generation unknown
quality: A-

(A = amazing, E = abysmal)

01. Ever Fallen In Love 02:11
02. Everybody's Happy Nowadays 03:17
03. What Do I Get 03:07
04. Boredom 02:51
05. Oh Shit 01:54
06. Orgasm Addict 02:18
07. Breakdown 02:08

Total 17:46

This comes from a cassette I received in 1984 and this is the first digitization that's been made of it.

You know the drill - for giveaway or trade only.
Please don't leak out personal mp3's to trading circles

Upped to Dime by hT 28th Sept. 2014

(71/1) Buzzcocks, 2012-05-25, The Apollo Theatre, Manchester, England

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Buzzcocks
Apollo Theatre
Manchester
England
Friday 25th May 2012

Set 1
Pete Shelley - guitar / vocals
Steve Diggle - guitar / vocals
Chris Remmington - bass guitar
Danny Farrant - drums

1.Intro (Marc Riley)
2.What Am I Supposed To Do?
3.Totally From The Heart
4.When Love Turns Around
5.Friends
6.Unthinkable
7.Lester Sands
8.Sell You Everything
9.Wish I Never Loved You
10.People Are Strange Machines
11.The Way
12.Sound Of A Gun
13.Reconcilliation
14.Big Brother Wheels
15.Choices
16.Isolation
17.Crystal Night
18.Alive Tonight
19.Innocent
20.Sick City Sometimes

Set 2
Pete Shelley - guitar / vocals
Steve Diggle - guitar / vocals
Steve Garvey - bass guitar
John Maher - drums

1.Intro (Marc Riley)
2.Fast Cars
3.I Don't Mind
4.Autonomy
5.Get On Our Own
6.Fiction Romance
7.You Say You Don't Love Me
8.Sixteen Again
9.Why She's A Girl From The Chainstore
10.Moving Away From The Pulsebeat
11.Why Can't I Touch It
12.Mad Mad Judy
13.Everybody's Happy Nowadays
14.Promises
15.Love You More
16.What Do I Get?
17.encore break
18.Harmony In My Head
19.Ever Fallen In Love With
20.Orgasm Addict

Set 3
Howard Devoto - vocals
Pete Shelley - broken starway guitar
Steve Diggle - bass guitar
John Maher - drums

1.Intro (Marc Riley)
2.Breakdown
3.Times up
4.Boredom
5.Friends Of Mine / Can't Control Myself mixup
6.Friends Of Mine
7.encore break
8.I Can't Control Myself


Lineage: Church Audio CA-11 cardoid mics>Microphone Madness MM-CBM-MINI Battery Box>iRiver iHP-120
Transfer: iRiver iHP-120> usb > wav > Audacity (fades and levels) > CD Wave (Track splits) > FLAC

Taping Location: right hand side, 20ft back, below ceiling mounted stack

Notes:
Recorded, split and upped by vault63
Equipment borrowed from PontiacB

Totally epic Buzzcocks gig! Totalling 42 songs.

Three line ups, billed as the current (set 1), the classic (set 2) and original (set 3)
with Pete Shelley and Steve Diggle performing in all three. Good going considering!
Set 1 is full of songs from the albums since their reformation (and a few new ones).
Set 2 is full of songs from the first three albums prior to the split, with the appropriate line up.
Set 3 is Spiral Scratch EP + an encore of I Can't Control Myself with the line up that recorded those songs.

Need I say more.
If you're a Buzzcocks fan you'll know what this means. If you don't know much about them, this is a great document of their history.

The mix up at the end was unusually down to Pete Shelley, who seemed intent on playing I Can't Control Myself instead of Friends Of Mine. At first I thought it was some fancy hybrid but when John Maher left his drums to settle the matter it became clear it was a mix up.

The recording sounds great I think, great bass to it. I did my best considering the austerity of the occasion. And again thanks go to PontiacB for the loan of his rig.

The Apollo is a big old theatre just outside Manchester city centre. Standing capacity of 3000, and although it wasn't sold out, it was close I'd say. Nice venue, ceiling mounted stacks, high stage, sloped floor. But poor bar as expected in this type of place, and I got patted down on the way in, probably my own fault as I was one of the few wearing a jacket on a hot Manc night.

Share freely and do not sell!

mp3 sample attached to comments.


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1977-10-09Great BritainSo It Goes, Buzzcocks ,
1977-12-04Great BritainSo It Goes, Buzzcocks , Magazine ,
1978-07-27Great BritainWhat S On, Buzzcocks , Magazine ,
1978-07-29Great BritainRevolver, Buzzcocks , Sore Throat ,
1978-11-14Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Buzzcocks ,
1990-04-05Great BritainBedrock, Buzzcocks ,
1993-10-25Great BritainCue The Music, Buzzcocks ,
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Magazine

 

Discographie / Discography

Magazine


discogs

Mes Matérialisés

MagazineReal LifeCarolineCAROL 1808-2, CAR01808-01CD
2008MagazineThe Complete John Peel SessionsVirginCDV 3052, 50999 2 37661 2 9CD

Mes Autres

1978MagazineReal LifeM1849

Allées X Venues

Magazine

1977

11977-11-02Pre Real Life Demos : Live Electric CircusManchesterEnglandB01

1978

21978-01-24100 ClubLondonEnglandB
31978-07-05RoundhouseLondonEnglandB
41978-07-27Granada Tv Show What S OnEnglandB
51978-11-22Paris TheatreLondonEnglandB

1979

121979-01-09Whisky a Go GoLos AngelesCA, USB
101979-02-08HurrahNew YorkNY, USB
111979-04-08Paradise TheatreBostonMA, USB
131979-04-09Old WaldorfSan FranciscoCA, USB
91979-04-29New TheatreOxfordEnglandB
61979-07-03Strathclyde UniversityGlasgowScotlandB
71979-08-03Strathclyde UniversityGlasgowScotlandB
81979-08-04Paradise TheatreBostonMA, USB
141979-09-19ViennaAustriaB

1980

151980-02-04Tiffany SGlasgowScotlandB
191980-02-06Festival Of FoolsAmsterdamNetherlandsB
161980-04-27The Pavillion AyrScotlandB
171980-04-29Tiffany SGlasgowScotlandB
211980-05-07Trinity HallBristolEnglandB
181980-05-26Palais D HiverLyonFranceB
271980-06-09Festival HallMelbourneAustraliaB
201980-08-06Festival Of FoolsAmsterdamNetherlandsB
221980-08-08Club 52New YorkNY, USB
241980-08-15Warfield TheatreSan FranciscoCA, USB
251980-08-21Music HallTorontoCanadaB
261980-08-22New YorkNY, USB
28D1980-09-20SydneyAustraliaB
29D1980-09-20Family HotelSydneyAustraliaB
231980-10-08The Main ActLynnMA, USB
301980-10-30MetropolBerlinGermanyB

2009

322009-02-13The ForumLondonEnglandB
332009-02-14The AcademyManchesterEnglandB
312009-10-02The Zodiac ClubOxfordEnglandB
342009-10-22The RoundhouseLondonEnglandB

2011

352011-11-11BBC SessionLondonEnglandB01

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(1/1) Magazine, 1977-11-02, Pre Real Life Demos : Live Electric Circus, Manchester, England

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Magazine Pre Real Life Demos &
Live Electric Circus, Manchester 2 Nov 77 SBD

Lineage:
2nd Gen Cassette(Off Master Reel)->PC via Cool Edit Pro(Very Slight Hiss Reduction)->WAV-FLAC->DIME

Tracks:

1. Shot By Both Sides
2. Sandwiches (Early Version Of My Mind Ain't So Open)
3. The Light Pours Out Of Me
4. Motorcade
5. Touch And Go
6. Burst
7. Shot By Both Sides
8. The Light Pours Out Of Me
9. I Love You, You Big Dummy

Tracks 1-6 Demos recorded at Pennine Sound Studios, Oldham September 1977

Personel:
Vocals-Howard Devoto
Guitar-John McGeogh
Bass-Barry Adamson
Drums-Martin Jackson
Keyboards-Bob Dickinson

Tracks 7-9 are mono & recorded Live The Electric Circus, Collyhurst, Manchester 2 November 1977
The bands 2nd gig.

Personel:
As for above demos but Dave Formula replaced Bob Dickinson on keyboards

What can I say? This band were phenominal and these early recordings were given to me by Martin Jackson (Bless you for that, Martin), who I was friendly with for a number of years through to his
Swing Out Sister days. He then relocated and went onto other things. Oh, how we used to laugh...
Anyway, The demos are just that, a raw but controlled run through of material that ended up on their first 'CLASSIC' album, 'Real Life'. The live tracks were recorded at THE club in Manchester that was the home of most of the early punk activity. The recording was made with a view to having one track included on the 10" vinly album 'Short Circuit:Live At The Elctric Circus' but for one reason or another none of the tracks made it. For those of you who may not remember the album culled tracks by The Fall, Joy Division when they were know as Warsaw, Buzzcocks, the brillliant John Coope Clarke, Steel Pulse and The Drones recorded over the final weekend that the club was open. I am a little dubious of the date of the recording as on the tape Martin gave me it was clearly written that it was 2nd Nov 1977. But I have seen reference to the album that states that it was October. Anyone with definite confirmation of which is correct please let me know. I believe it to be the November gig as Magazine played their first gig in October(28th I think) and their Electric Circus gig was definitely after that. On the tape he gave me was also the first Peel Session which I have not included here as it has been officially released on the stunning box set 'Maybe It's Right To Be Nervous Now'.

The quality is pretty good and I'm sure you will enjoy it. I did some artwork but the back cover does contain info on the first Peel session that I put on my own disc as it was on the orig tape. Maybe you can still use it or rework one.

Share & spread the magic to the uninitiated.


(35/1) Magazine, 2011-11-11, BBC Session, London, England

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Magazine
11th November 2011
BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK.

Broadcast by BBC 6Music on 7th December 2011 for Marc Riley.

**[BBC 6Music is a digital only broadcaster. Bit rate on DAB radio is
128kbps, DVB-T and Digital Satellite 160kbps. This is the DVB-T recording]**

DVB-T (160kbps / 48Khz) > Nebula DigiTV > Hard Disk MP2 > mp3DirectCut

Non-continuous broadcast separated into tracks.

Tracklist

01 Chat I
02 "Give Me Everything"
03 Chat II
04 "Holy Dotage"
05 Chat III
06 "Philadelphia"
07 Chat III
08 "Worst of Progress"

Extra Track

09 "Final Analysis Waltz" *

*Broadcast later that same evening by 6Music for Gideon Coe

Howard Devoto - vocals
Jon "Stan" White - bass guitar
Dave Formula - keyboards
John Doyle - drums
Noko (Norman Fisher-Jones) - guitar


ON TV

merci a hardprog pour le partage de son titanesque travail : Rock on TV *

1977-12-04Great BritainSo It Goes, Buzzcocks , Magazine ,
1978-07-27Great BritainWhat S On, Buzzcocks , Magazine ,
1978-09-19Great BritainOld Grey Whistle Test, Magazine ,
1978-10-15FranceChorus, Magazine , Magma ,
1985-06-29GermanyExtratour, Magazine ,
2009-10-16Great BritainLater With Jools Holland, Magazine ,