Show for the Princes trust with special guests: Phil Daniels (Narration), Trevor McDonald (Newscaster), Ade Edmundson (Bell Boy; later with shotgun and scooter), Gary Glitter (Rocker), Stephen Fry (Hotel Manager), Dave Gilmour (Guitar on Dirty Jobs, Love Reign O’er Me). The band was introduced by Jools Holland. The other bands of the show: Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan and Ron Wood, Alanis Morrisette.
~The Who Concert Guide
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Live 12.31.78 New Years Eve concert Santa Monica CA
This concert took place just before Damn The Torpedoes came out, and it is amazing. It was released as a part of The Live Anthology Box Set, and frankly it is the best of the whole set!
The Live Anthology is a live box set by American rock band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. The box set was released by Reprise Records on November 23, 2009, in a number of formats, with the standard CD and download formats, composed of 48 tracks (on 4 discs).
September 18, 2015
01. Celtic Swing 0:05
02. Close Enough For Jazz 3:41
03. Moondance 6:47
04. Days Like This 13:21
05. Whenever God Shines His Light On Me 16:25
06. Baby Please Don’t Go 20:52
07. Parchman Farm 22:29
08. Don’t Start Cryin’ Now 24:11
09. Enlightenment 26:44
10. Real Real Gone 29:50
11. Wild Night 34:23
12. I Can’t Stop Loving You 38:18
13. Precious Time 41:07
14. Cleaning Windows 44:22
15. Sometimes We Cry 48:58
16. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile) 52:21
17. In The Afternoon 56:18
18. Ancient Highway 59:43
19. Brown Eyed Girl 1:05:45
20. Domino 1:10:21
21. Think Twice Before You Go 1:13:52
22. In The Garden 1:17:11
23. Help Me 1:21:58
24. Gloria 1:25:40
The band kick into spirited versions of “Tore down A la Rimbaud”, “In The Garden” and “Rave On, John Donne”, before being joined by the might of the Chieftains for a full set. WONDERFUL is the only word.
– Brian Hinton (Celtic Crossroads)
Van Morrison with The Chieftains
Ulster Hall, Belfast
September 15, 1988
I consider Bruce’s Darkness Tour of 78 to be one of the greatest “tours” ever….
This concert is one of the best from the tour I’ve heard.. and Yes, it helps that it was broadcasted on the famous rock station: WMMS-FM…
One of the reasons the 1978 Tour is so well-remembered, and often viewed as the peak of Springsteen and the E Street Band in concert, is that several complete shows were broadcast live on radio stations.