The Ross-On-Wye International Festival
The Pavilion Theatre
Ross-On-Wye, England
August 15, 1997 - (Early and Late Shows)

Celtic Soul Productions Volume 1

Source: Audience
Lineage: (?) -> Audio CDR's -> EAC (secure/offset correct) -> WAV -> TLH - FLAC Level 8


I've Been Working
Thanks For The Information
Vanlose Stairway / TransEuro Train
Fool For You
Days Like This
Fire In The Belly
It's All In The Game / You Know What They're Writing About
Domino / Shot Of Rhythm & Blues
It Once Was My Life
Sometimes We Cry
Total time: (55:38)


Tupelo Honey
Cleaning Windows
The Healing Game
That's Life
Did Ye Get Healed
Whenever God Shines His Light
Rough God Goes Riding
Snow In San Anselmo
Tore Down a la Rimbaud
If You Love Me / Don't Look Back
Ain't That Lovin' You Baby / Times Gettin' Tougher Than Tough
Total time: (60:13)


Into The Mystic
I Can't Stop Loving You
Tupelo Honey / Why Must I Always Explain
In the Afternoon / Shake Rattle & Roll
Summertime In England
You Don't Know Me
The Waiting Game
Have I Told You Lately
See Me Through/ Soldier Of Fortune / Thank You Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin
Stand By Me
Total time: (56:17)

Disc One: All Tracks - The Early Show
Disc Two: Tracks 1-5 - The Early Show; Tracks 6-12 - The Late Show
Disc Three: All Tracks - The Late Show

Robin Aspland: piano
Geoff Dunn: drums, percussion
Pee Wee Ellis: saxophone
Leo Green: saxophone
Ronnie Johnson: guitar
Nicky Scott: bass

Administration & Liners:
Tree administration for this tree was by Celtic Soul Productions.

Review of the concert from Wavelength Magazine No. 13:
The venue was one of those marquee tents with raised seating at the back. No more than 800 to 900 people, the front block full of Wavelengthers and assorted Van addicts, on the banks of the Wye, on a riverside walk, on a magnificent English summer's evening. The heat was there from the start, and it just got hotter - so hot that Van took his jacket off during the first set - the sweat dripping off him and all of us. And then there was the music - the real reason we were there. At the time it was stunning and awe-inspiring, now, several weeks later, it is just simply one of the best Van shows I have ever seen and one that still echoes round the brain through to my feet.

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