Pat Benatar Band
Pat Benatar - lead vocals
Neil "Spyder James" Geraldo - guitars, vocals, keyboards
Scott St. Clair Sheets - guitars, vocals, synthesizer
Roger Capps - bass, vocals
Myron Grombacher - drums
Paradise Rock Club
(they called it "theater" at this time, but it wasn't one)
October 1979 (exact date unknown)
from pre-recorded FM broadcast master tape
WBCN FM > Sansui 8 reciever >
unknown cheapo cassette deck (dolby off) >
TDK-SA 90 min. cassette >
played on Nak. 125 into soundforge 4.5 (WAV) >
FLAC 6 > torrentially tours.
1: if you think you know how to love me (Nicky Chinn & Mike Chapman) 5:36
2: so sincere (Roger Capps & Pat Benatar) 3:19
3: I need a lover (John Cougar Mellencamp) 4:18
4: my clone sleeps alone (Roger Capps & Pat Benatar) 3:28
5: in the heat of the night (Nicky Chinn & Mike Chapman) 7:56
6: no you don't (Nicky Chinn & Mike Chapman) 4:10
7: just like me (R. Dey, R. Hart & T. Mecher) 3:12
8: heartbreaker (Geoff Gill & Cliff Wade) 3:56
9: come on, let's go (Richie Valens) 2:53
thanks to lonetaper who posted the Seattle 79 concert which helped me put
the setlist together for this. unfortunately either "you better run" and
"we live for love" were not played (unlikely) or edited out of this
broadcast. This was a pre-recorded broadcast on WBCN's "the basement tapes",
which were always under an hour, but this was one of the shortest editions
of that program. I thought maybe my tape was missing something but the last
track was also the last song in the (complete) Seattle Nov. 22, 79 concert.
I always thought "just like me" was written by Paul Revere and the Raiders
circa 1966 or so, but what do I know? It is that same song.
So Sincere is (sincerely) NOT the same one Gentle Giant plays.
this was not recorded on a very good deck, but it's a clean recording (no static)
the earliest Pat show listed in etree is Nov. 6 at Agora, Cleveland Ohio.
so this may be the earliest Pat to be heard.
Do not sell this recording.
Share freely and losslessly.