*The Wishing Chair Anniversary flood is coming to an end!*

I'm in the process of uploading a few additional recordings
that weren't in my collection when I began uploading
the "flood". Three recordings were generously provided
by fellow Dime member "cre001", and two more were obtained
from another site.

10,000 Maniacs
Portsmouth, England
November 11, 1987

Source: this is an audience recording, graciously sent to me by fellow Dime member "cre001". Per his description:

"Cassette Transferred using a Yamaha KX-480 tape deck. Dolby off and playtrim at the neutral position.
The transfer was direct into Audacity using the internal 16 bit audio card. Recorded as 32/96 into Audacity and then
exported as 16/44 flac. No processing such as normalising or splitting performed."

Additional source notes: "Cre001" provided this recording to me as one long file, transferred to me losslessly. I then
used Audacity to separate the recording into individual tracks, and then converted the files to FLAC using Trader's Little

Sound quality: A-


1. Hey Jack Kerouac
2. Maddox Table
3. A Campfire Song
4. Planned Obsolescence
5. Can't Ignore the Train
6. 1-A in the Army / Gun Shy
7. What's the Matter Here?
8. Don't Talk
9. Scorpio Rising
10. Among the Americans
11. The Latin One
12. Cherry Tree
13. Verdi Cries
14. Go Song Go (unreleased instrumental)


First and foremost, all credit for this upload goes to fellow Dime member "cre001", who graciously contacted me and offered
to send his copy of two live shows that he had purchased at a U.K. record fair in the late 1980s (photos included). His
detailed transfer information is listed under "source", above. It's also worth mentioning that cre001's audio expertise
greatly outstrips my own, and I appreciate his high-quality transfer and thorough source notes.

The Maniacs only played 6 shows on this short November 1987 tour of the U.K., and they seem to have made some interesting
song choices (at least based on the two shows provided by cre001). Of greatest significance, this show includes a late-era
version of "The Latin One" and a performance of the unreleased instrumental "Go Song Go".

Images for all shows as well as full size images for this show.

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