All tracks are in mono except for were else noted.
Another great Van Morrison concert bootleg (sound & performance).
19th July, 1997
The Gala Night
- Van Morrison: vocals, guitar, harmonica
- Georgie Fame: vocals, organ
- Ronnie Johnson: guitar
- Geoff Dunn: drums
- Nicky Scott: bass
- Robin Aspland: piano
- Pee Wee Ellis: soprano saxophone
- Leo Green: saxophone
- Matt Holland: trumpet
- Brian Kennedy: vocals
Essential, awesome, flawless. Quite possibly the best boot there is.
This is rated by Van Traders as one of the top Van bootlegs of all time. On some lists as high as number two. If you don’t have this it is essential Van the Man. The sound quality is very good soundboard/FM. There is an amazing version of “Sweet Thing” that seams nicely into “Astral Weeks” before returning back to “Sweet Thing” that makes this a special one. And “Northern Muse” changes to “Auld Lang Sine”, “No Prima Donna” and finishes with “When Heart is Open”. This is really some good stuff. The “Summertime in England” is awesome. At 13 minutes and Van adds “A Town Called Paradise”, “Take Me Back” and “Boogie Woogie Country Girl” into it. This truly is an amazing bootleg!
Casino de Montreux
July 11, 1990
Featuring special guest Georgie Fame
Here’s a short but sweet film of what Led Zeppelin looked and sounded like in the first year of the band’s history. This was mid March, 1969. Their debut album, Led Zeppelin, had been out in USA for three months.
Led Zeppelin was on a tour of the UK and Scandinavia when they visited TV-Byen studios in Gladsaxe, Denmark, to play four songs from the new album:
0:11 Communication Breakdown
2:58 Dazed and Confused
12:13 Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
19:01 How Many More Times
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