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The essential bootlegs?

Discussion in 'Maiden Chat' started by Mosh, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. TheTalisman

    TheTalisman Fågel

    Nijmegen 2000!
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  2. Forostar

    Forostar Conjure the Death Star again

    Been there! I never forget the rain! A gem of a bootleg.
     
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  3. Forostar

    Forostar Conjure the Death Star again

    See attachments. I like the sound of these two VXI gigs (Stockholm (soundboard!) & Osaka) a lot. There are others with very decent sound as well (not just the South American recordings). And "Enter Janick" for historical value.

    Destroying Boston 6-10-2006 for the TERRIBLY badly tuned (or NOT tuned) acoustic guitar in The Legacy. Most shocking musical moment from Maiden's career. I remember Jan's roadie got fired because of this.
     

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  4. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

    Definitely interested in some early Bruce recordings.
     
  5. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

    I've actually heard this one. Is there an interview or something that explains the roadie thing?
     
  6. TheTalisman

    TheTalisman Fågel

  7. Naty

    Naty Educated Fool

    The solos are one of the things I like the most about these old bootlegs. The Clive Burr solos where he would interact with the public, Dave Murray playing solos with his teeth, Walking on Glass solo during Somewhere in Time Tour... Awesome stuff. It's cool to see the changes in the band over the years.
     
  8. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

    Gonna just go chronologically for now. Checking these out first.
     
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  9. desultory

    desultory 1-2-3-compassion

    Continued...

    I'm going to use the US date version from now on , to make it easier to locate the shows on hubs etc if someone wants to hear them.


    The Beast on the Road 1982 - some really amazing bootlegs from Bruce's first tour.

    1982-03-09 Oxford - the Smilers master version is just the very best from this tour. Almost as good as a soundboard recording.
    1982-03-24 Paris - there's an FM version around, really the one to go for.
    1982-06-29 New York
    1982-08-26 Poole - I have two bersions of this, the one with 5 songs is great. The other is a bit distant.
    1982-11-27 Tokyo - as Forostar said probably one of the last times I've Got The Fire was played. Good sound quality to boot.

    World Piece Tour 1983 - there are many favourites of mine from this tour. Check out how much tighter the band gets as the tour progresses.

    1983-05-06 Leicester - do not miss out on this one. Early on the tour, loose playing, great audience.
    1983-05-08 Ipswich
    1983-05-10 Nottingham - great recording.
    1983-05-17 Newcastle - again from the UK tour. Many good bootlegs on that leg and I left out Southampton. And wth I've got the fire is played at speed metal velocity almost.
    1983-05-26 Hammersmith
    1983-06-03 Gothenburg
    1983-06-05 Stockholm
    1983-07-12 Phoenix
    1983-09-05 Toronto
    1983-09-30 Chicago - Radio broadcast version, shorter set lists in the above mentioned American shows and this sadly. Now a much tighter band.
    1983-11-19 Clermont Ferrand - my first bootleg and it is still a lovely thing. Especially To Tame a Land and the french introduction on Frank Herbert and Dune.
     
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  10. Albie

    Albie Keeping an open eye on the Weeping Angels.

    Can't confirm "Always Look on the Bright Side" I don't remember it, but "Life of Brian" was quite new then. I can confirm "Doctor Doctor" was 82 on. It could have been 81 (I saw them on the NOTB tour at Portsmouth). It could have been then, but can't remember that clearly.
     
  11. Cosmiceddie

    Cosmiceddie Back From The Edge

    I can't stand that Doctor Doctor song prior to any Maiden show! Get finally rid of it!
     
  12. srfc

    srfc Nomad

    I think Doctor Doctor was the main intro on the Beast on the Road Tour, but not on the tours after that.

    They then brought it back in 2003 for Give me Ed til I'm Dead and it has stayed ever since.
     
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  13. Forostar

    Forostar Conjure the Death Star again

    The Roma, 27-10-1981 bootleg starts with Doctor Doctor. They might have started the thing when Bruce joined the band.
     
  14. jazz from hell

    jazz from hell Ancient Mariner

    I love Nicko, but Clive was such an awesome drummer. Phantom just flies here...
     
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  15. SixesAlltheway

    SixesAlltheway Yacht Rock

    I don't care for Doctor Doctor. But closing with Always Look On The Bright Side of Life is a stroke of genius. It's like for all the fans who might have thought the show sucked..well always look on the bright side and don't leave too grumpy :p
     
  16. Forostar

    Forostar Conjure the Death Star again

    2000-05 Brave New World London Premiere

    Interviews and live in studio versions. Very cool to hear this roaring Wicker Man version:


    And The Trooper, with fantastic Bruce:

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  17. Niall Kielt

    Niall Kielt Pulled Her At The Bottle Top

    Pretty cool. Great version of Wicker Man
     
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  18. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

    This is awesome. Didn't realize that was this the same gig from the video until Wrathchild. Had no idea they did any redos, but did they actually use the redos in the original clip? It's been awhile but from what I could tell Iron Maiden and Phantom are from the main set. Would love to see this whole concert officially released someday.
     
  19. Forostar

    Forostar Conjure the Death Star again

    Careful. The Rainbow video was recorded on 21 December. Stratton plays on the June gig.
     
  20. Mosh

    Mosh The years just pass like trains Staff Member

    Ah, it looks like I've downloaded both of those gigs. The one I listened to yesterday was definitely the one from the video. Same versions of the songs, same stage banter, and he introduced Adrian before Transylvania.
     

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