Difference between revisions of "1982-02-10 BBC Paris Studio, London, England, UK"

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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
  
One of the first few concerts with Alan Wilder in the line-up. This concert was broadcast on BBC Radio 1 FM on 1982-04-10 (see BBC website [http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/9599637ae7ff4243add63f1a4cdf5666 here] and [http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/schedules/radio1/england/1982-04-10 here]) and two recordings of broadcasts are available, but both are incomplete. The best sounding and most complete source is a digital satellite broadcast, captured in the highest bitrate available. All three circulating versions of broadcasts are available below.
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One of the first few concerts with Alan Wilder in the line-up, on a double bill that also featured Talk Talk. This concert was broadcast on BBC Radio 1 FM on 1982-04-10 (see BBC website [http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/9599637ae7ff4243add63f1a4cdf5666 here] and [http://genome.ch.bbc.co.uk/schedules/radio1/england/1982-04-10 here]) and two recordings of broadcasts are available, but both are incomplete. The best sounding and most complete source is a digital satellite broadcast, captured in the highest bitrate available. All three circulating versions of broadcasts are available below.
  
 
== Set list ==
 
== Set list ==

Revision as of 14:48, 5 January 2016

Notes

One of the first few concerts with Alan Wilder in the line-up, on a double bill that also featured Talk Talk. This concert was broadcast on BBC Radio 1 FM on 1982-04-10 (see BBC website here and here) and two recordings of broadcasts are available, but both are incomplete. The best sounding and most complete source is a digital satellite broadcast, captured in the highest bitrate available. All three circulating versions of broadcasts are available below.

Set list

  1. Shout
  2. I Sometimes Wish I Was Dead
  3. Puppets
  4. New Life
  5. See You
  6. Now, This Is Fun
  7. Boys Say Go!
  8. The Meaning Of Love
  9. What's Your Name?

Sources

  • Source 1 is a digital satellite broadcast captured in the highest bitrate available. It is the best sounding and most complete version of this concert available.
  • Source 2 is a first-generation FM broadcast tape. Great sound, but incomplete as it fades out early during What's Your Name?.
  • Source 3 is an FM broadcast master tape, but it is unfortunately missing several segments of audio.