[kj] Pink Floyd and Two-Degrees of Killing Joke:
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Tue Jul 22 07:33:14 EDT 2014
I doubt they only played album tracks. The London gigs certainly featured some of the usual suspects - Requiem, The Wait, Wardance, Night Time, Kings and Queens, etc.
The version of Requiem was amazing, really hard and fast. One of my favourite live versions.
Not long after, I was given a bootleg of KJ live at the CND rally in 1980. It features what became another of my favourite live versions of Requiem - but this one is punishingly slow.
You can watch all 5 tracks of the CND rally here - very raw and powerful. Brutal guitar on Pssyche!
From: Paul Rangecroft <paul.rangecroft at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [kj] Pink Floyd and Two-Degrees of Killing Joke:
Must have been quite a short show. Doubt they played 'A Southern Sky'
or the bonus tracks either so, what's that, six songs? A red hot half
On 7/21/14, fatpotanga <fatpotanga at gmail.com> wrote:
> 1st time I saw them was the BTATS tour at a half full Manchester Apollo
> They were superb.
> I think the only song they didn't play off BTATS was Adorations which
> disappointed me.
> Twilight really stood out, as did Love of the Masses for the bassline.
> There was no older stuff, no encore. Nothing off Night Time as I recall
> although I may be wrong.
> Extremities, I recall seeing them a few times close together both before &
> after it's release.
> I remember thinking how tried & run down Jaz looked at one of them. He
> struggled through Age of Greed having to pause between lines.
> I guess Extremities was all about musically kicking back at the industry,
> righting the wrongs of OTG, but also paying some bills?
> On 21 Jul 2014, at 19:41, adrianwason at btinternet.com wrote:
>> I got the impression that the atmosphere was red hot on the btats tour,
>> was a bit flat at the end of the extremities tour despite the music
>> because they were going there separate ways again
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