LDB Special Series #418

Out of my 7,000+ shows and radio broadcasts, I have many concerts that were special for some reasons: the setlist, the
musicians, the venue or unexpected events. These are the ones I'd like to propose you. Most of these come from my
cassettes collection, so they will be released at a slower pace than my Master Series! But you won't be disappointed!
I will try to gather the most unusual things I have in my collection and, as always, your feedback and comments will be my
reward for all the work involved in this project.

DO NOT share this music on mp3, just convert it for your own use. Sharing mp3's is the right way to make me stop sharing
music here.

Z�rich, Kongresshaus, Switzerland
May 26, 1990

01.Oh, Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison)
02.Walking by Myself (Jimmy Rogers)
03.All Your Love (Otis Rush)
04.The Stumble (Freddie King)
05.Midnight Blues
06.You Don't Love Me (Willie Cobbs)
07.Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King)
08.Still Got the Blues
09.Texas Strut / Moving On
10.Too Tired (Johnny Watson) *
11.Caldonia (Albert Collins) *
12.The Blues Is Alright *
13.Parisienne Walkaway
14.I�ve Got Cold Feeling
15.Further on Up the Road *
16.King of the Blues
17.Stop Messin' Around (Peter Green)
18.Key to Love (John Mayall)

TT 105:05

Lineage: Unknown recording device > n generation tape > Teac Tape Deck AD-RW900 > Creative Sound Blaster Audigy > HD >
SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Gary Moore - lead vocals, guitar
Don Airey - keyboards
Andy Pyle - bass guitar
Graham Walker - drums
Frank Mead - alto saxophone, harmonica
Nick Pentelow - tenor saxophone
Nick Payn - baritone saxophone
Martin Drover - trumpet
* Albert Collins - vocals, guitar

Courtesy of "Rummenigge" who handed over to me last night his copy of this fine Dio show. This is another one in the
series of "italians going to concerts abroad where it ends up having more italians than local in the audience". You
can clearly hear comments from italians in the audience.

This is enjoyable, a bit hissy but I did not want to alter it in a massive way. Whoever can find his own enjoyement by
remastering the way they prefer. I left it quite untouched. Definetely a show to listen to.

Next one in the series will be Kiss in Lausanne 1983, still courtesy of Rummenigge (had an extensive search on the tracker
and did not find this one)

Enjoy! For Rummenigge and Bytor