Not this time. According to my research, the idea was to use Prodigal Son as they used Journeyman during the Dance Of Death World Tour, that means that it would be the first song in the encore, but as most of fans know, in the end they went and played Running Free, Drifter and Sanctuary
Prodigal Son WAS performed by the band. As a matter of fact, there's a bootleg from the last concert that Dennis Wilcock performed with the band (The Bridge House - April 8, 1978) where the song is performed. The song was also performed during Paul's first concerts between February-March 1979...
It's been a long time since I was last here and I said I was going to reveal the story about Somewhere In Time in my book. Well the ebook is ready and you can check it out here https://www.subscribepage.com/eddiemadedoit
I thought the same with Aces High! I have listened to the whole album 3 times already and in the first song there are parts where Bruce seems to be mumbling and not singing. Apart from that I think the album sounds pretty good, only wished they would have put more volume to the crowd cause...
Hey my friend, yep, you did miss it. To get to 'Prowler' you see in order:
Steve Harris at Cart & Horses
Charlotte The Harlot
Sky trax clip with Steve and Dave
Excerpt from 20th Century Box
Steve talking about TSHT
And the 'Prowler' before...
There are recordings of all the eras of Maiden but I don't think most of them will see the light of day outside a very few selected people.
Having said that I think there are at least two live recordings with Paul Day and there are quite a few with Dennis on vocals (I know about at least 4)
Finally someone who comes with some concrete documentation that can be discussed openly. Now, as you pretty well said, this interview doesn't give a concrete time frame to assure that Bruce had 'Tears' already in 86 as some people have said. Now, without any evidence (for now) to say this, I...
He did! He shared it with me years and years ago. I think you can find it in the web. I actually have tried to contact him to give him mine but so far I haven't got hold of him. He was always very helpful with me and we used to share tons of info in the early days.
I have been reading and reviewing some interviews Bruce gave around the time he released Tattooed Millionaire and Balls To Picasso but haven't found anything. I have even read that he did participate in a jam with a friend around 1987 but never came out from it, but no songs were mentioned...
After a long time without posting here, I wanted to come back to this thread and ask if anyone has any reliable info (interviews) about the acoustic ideas/songs that Bruce presented during the SIT era? I know that most people claim that, for example, what we now know as Tears Of The Dragon was...