Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA
November 10, 1988
Westwood One Superstars in Concert Show #CO 89-02
For Broadcast the weekend of February 3, 1989
Lineage: pre-FM vinyl discs > ? > HDD > WAV > Audacity > TLH > FLAC (L8)
01. Superstars CO 89-02 Intro
02. Commercial - Miller Lite
03. We Live For Love
04. Fire And Ice
05. Love Is A Battlefield
06. Commercial - Miller Lite
07. Commercial - Greyhound
08. Westwood One - Steve Downes
09. We Belong
10. Cool Zero
11. Commercial - Greyhound
12. Commercial - Clorets
13. Commercial - Trident Gum
14. Westwood One - Steve Downes
18. Commercial - Clorets
19. Commercial - Miller Lite
20. Commercial - Greyhound
21. Westwood One - Steve Downes
21. Promises In The Dark
22. All Fired Up
23. Commercial - Miller Lite
24. Commercial - Greyhound
25. Westwood One - Steve Downes
26. Shadows Of The Night
27. Hell Is For Children
28. Commercial - Trident Gum
29. Commercial - Miller LIte
30. Westwood One - Steve Downes
31. One Love
32. Let's Stay Together
33. Westwood One Outro
34. Superstars CO 89-02 Promo Spot
Total time: 1:23:31
Pat Benatar - vocals
Neil Giraldo - guitars
Kevin Savigar - keyboards
Frank Linx - bass & background vocals
Fernando Saunders - bass & background vocals
Pat Peterson - background vocals & percussion
Myron Grombacher - drums
Here's a Pat Benatar show from the late 1980s...probably from late 1988, digitized from the syndicated radio show discs.
The vinyl was mint, virtually unplayed, so the sound quality is top-notch. There's a similar (but not identical) show circulating on the Internet as "from the Westwood One Superstars In Concert" attributed to Philadelphia with a date of November 10, 1988...but this differs in several songs. It's likely that WW1 broadcast the show several times but with different running orders, and swapping out several songs. I'm not sure if the date they list for that show is the broadcast date of the syndicated show, or the date of the actual concert, so I'm not listing a date. I also haven't compared the tracks to see if they're from the same source. If you have it, perhaps you can check and post something in the comments?
The Tower Theater is in Upper Darby, a suburb of Philadelphia, so I've listed it with the name of that township.
As usual, I've included scans of the cover, cue sheet, affidavit, and a record label are included. I've tracked the commercials and the Westwood One breaks so that you can exclude them if you're not interested.
Myron Grombacher gets no mention in the band introduction at the end 'One Love' but I'm pretty sure it must be him.
Considering all available information it should be safe to assume this concert was indeed recorded at the Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA on November 10, 1988.
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