Doug Fieger: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Berton Averre: lead guitar
Prescott Niles: bass
Bruce Gary: drums

Old Waldorf,
San Francisco Ca.
April 1979 (exact date unknown)
(2nd set)
promoting their debut album "get the Knack"
recorded in April and released in June 1979
runtime: 36:59 (minutes/seconds)

1: the hard way 2:30
2: your number or your name 2:45
3: I fought the law 2:12
4: end of the game 2:12
5: maybe tonight 4:14
6: frustrated 3:07
7: siamese twins (the monkey and me) 3:40
8: who do you love intro > (she's so) selfish 4:43
9: my Sharona 5:54
10: havin' a rave up 3:01
11: a hard day's night 2:39 (Beatles)

lineage: (sortakinda)
up close stage aud? (possibly but probably not FM/ sbd?) > ? >
TDK-SA 90 min trade cassette >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that (and probably a few of those and these) production.
do not sell this recording.
and don't eat it.
it's a knack, not a snack.
share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.
they have a live album which is the only show listed in either wikipedia or etree
as earlier than this one (Havin' a Rave up in Los Angeles 1978)
another one from Rock and Roll Funhouse 2001
a lazerdisc from Carnegie Hall 1979,
and a DVD live from the World Cafe 2007
(according to wikipedia)
and they are NOT the Beatles II,
but sometimes sound a little like them.
all but 1 song on their debut album (heartbeat)
are Knack originals written by Fieger and Averre