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Simple Minds / Roxy Music - The King Biscuit Flower Hour album

Simple Minds / Roxy Music - The King Biscuit Flower Hour album Performer: Simple Minds
Title: The King Biscuit Flower Hour
Style: Public Broadcast
Date of release: 1985
Size MP3: 1746 mb
Size FLAC: 1461 mb
Rating: 4.8
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This is a 2 LP King Biscuit Flower Hour Live radio show featuring Graham Parker recorded live at the Chance in Poughkepsie, Roxy Music recorded in the USA and Simple Minds recorded live in New Jersey. Commercials Included. On Label - For Radio Play Only (Not For Sale). Tracks: Simple Minds: Glittering Prize, Promised You A Miracle, New Gold Dream. Roxy Music: Avalon, Dance Away, Love Is The Drug.

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As such, the repertoire comes mostly from the Zebra and No Tellin' Lies albums; a few are performed in extended and grandiose fashion, but most of the versions are similar to the studio cuts, albeit with less production gloss and more zest and energy. As an extra souvenir for fans, the program is followed by a 20-minute interview with the band.

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Tracklist

A In Concert Part One
B In Concert Part Two
C In Concert Part Three

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – DIR Broadcasting
  • Recorded At – The Chance, Poughkeepsie

Credits

  • Hosted By – Graham Parker

Notes

ABC Radio Networks
Air date: July 21st/1985
Promo Only Live performance for FM Stations.

This is a 2 LP King Biscuit Flower Hour Live radio show featuring Graham Parker recorded live at the Chance in Poughkepsie, Roxy Music recorded in the USA and Simple Minds recorded live in New Jersey.

Commercials Included

On Label - For Radio Play Only (Not For Sale)

Each side of the records is one long track including several songs, comments by the show host (Graham Parker) & advertisements.

Side D is blank.

Tracks:

Simple Minds: Glittering Prize / Promised You A Miracle / New Gold Dream

Roxy Music: Avalon / Dance Away / Love Is The Drug
User reviews
Iaiastta
This album is amazing. Three acts that I truly love presented live. Simple Minds and Roxy Music are of a piece with Parker being nothing like them, but I'm glad the brains at the King Biscuit Flower Hour saw fit to release this to stations anyway! With the Simple Minds set having been recorded in New Jersey, my guess is that this is from the holy Irvington show! I need to listen to my copy right now!