Elvis Costello 4-18-84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

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Elvis Costello 4-18-84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

Postby martinfoyle » Sun Feb 27, 2005 7:01 am


Elvis Costello
April 18, 1984
Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA

Disc One
1. Accidents Will Happen
2. Stranger In The House
3. Men Called Uncle
4. The Only Flame In Town
5. Mouth Almighty
6. I Love Her Too
7. Kid About It
8. Just A Memory
9. The Dark End Of The Street
10. Almost Blue
11. Green Shirt
12. Worthless Thing
13. New Amsterdam

Disc Two:
1. The Captains And The Kings
2. Girls Talk
3. What I Like Most About You Is Your Girlfriend
4. Motel Matches
5. Love Field
6. Clowntime Is Over
7. Riot Act
8. Cruel
9. Everyday I Write The Book
10. I Threw It All Away
11. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
12. One Day I'll Make It All Up to You
13. Alison / Tears Of A Clown
14. I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
15. Home Truth
16. Smiling Shore
17. Shipbuilding
18. Inch By Inch
19. Peace In Our Time

Source: aud > cassette master > dat > 2cdr > EAC > Sound Forge 6.0 > CDWave > 1flac/2cdr

Comments: This is my favorite 1984 solo show. An inspired Elvis delivers best-ever versions (in my opinion) of
Clowntime is Over, Motel Matches and Love Field as well as a spine-tingling version of Shipbuilding

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Postby stormwarning » Sun Feb 27, 2005 1:52 pm

This is now on my own personal list of Essential Bootlegs. It'S the first time I've heard a solo version of I Can't Stand Up (For Falling Down) and the boot is worth it for this track alone.

Get it while you can.

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Postby ahawkman » Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:20 pm

These bootlegs are the greatest! I had no idea until a few weeks ago, it's amazing! Anyway, this one was loading fast, but my computer crashed twice while downlaoding, some kind of ugly blue screen with a warning a "serious" error. I'll write down more details if it happens again, but I am wondering if this happens to others and whether it's a big deal or not.

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Postby King Hoarse » Mon Feb 28, 2005 6:53 pm

That track list is incredible! The Captains And The Kings! Is EC singing that or is Phil Chevron guesting?

I still can't get an easytree account though! GRRRRR! Anyone interested in a trade for this?
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Postby martinfoyle » Sat May 27, 2006 9:33 am

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Re: Elvis Costello 4-18-84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

Postby slobin » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:57 am

Any chance someone could re-seed this one on Dime? This is a fantastic show, but I've only heard it via an old cassette copy... definitely essential listening for Elvis fans.

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Re: Elvis Costello 4-18-84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

Postby snapyou » Tue Dec 16, 2008 1:15 pm

I can never get on Dime,any other ways of getting it?

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Re: Elvis Costello 4-18-84 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

Postby sweetest punch » Tue Dec 16, 2008 3:44 pm

snapyou wrote:I can never get on Dime,any other ways of getting it?

Just keep trying!! (It can last weeks). See: http://wiki.dimeadozen.org/index.php/Di ... lways_full.

Is DIME membership closed? Every time I try to register, you're always full.

We are still accepting new members, but there is a cap in order to keep the load on DIME's servers (and the load on DIME's moderators!) at a manageable level, so that users can get the best possible service and support.

Every ten minutes around the clock a sweep runs that removes any accounts that have expired since the last run. DIME's home page tells you how many new accounts were opened in the preceding twenty-four hours, and that's a good gauge of how many openings there might be over the next twenty-four hours.

So keep trying, and good luck. We do not have a waiting list, nor (at this writing) an invitation system. You just have to snag a slot when one is available. We've found that if you keep trying for about thirty minutes at a sitting a couple of times a day it should not take long.
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