The UK Winter Tour (11-12/1980) promoted the release of Women In Uniform single. I know that "Invasion" and "WIU" were played at Adrian's first gig at Brunel University and at the next couple+ gigs. "Invasion" was soon dropped and later "Women".
Forostar, I'm afraid this time I can't be of much help. All I know is the guy has a private recording of the Brunel gig and i'm still trying to negotiate a copy. At least I have the set list he sent me and, even knowing it won't be proof to many of you, I think it's worth posting...
Brunel University Student's Hall - 21/11/1980
Paul Di'Anno, Adrian Smith, Dave Murray, Steve Harris, Clive Burr
(1st. Adrian Smith concert w/ Iron Maiden)
1. The Ides of March (intro)
4. Remember Tomorrow
5. Women In Uniform
7. Another Life (incl. Clive's drum solo)
10. Strange World
12. Innocent Exile
13. Phantom of the Opera
14. Iron Maiden
15. Running Free
17. I've Got The Fire
But thanks for that setlist! Not sure yet if I should change it already. It's not that I don't believe you, but I'd prefer if you would hear it first, and see if it's not another recording.
On the other hand, I could make a change with the notion: waiting for confirmation.
Done just that. Also edited I've Got the Fire!
Wow, great thread, and strangely enough one of the reasons I signed up was to raise the question so very useful indeed!
Real shame they've never played some of these songs live. I never understood why they didn't open with Invaders on the Beast on the Road tour. Unlike every other album tour they open with the opening album track!!!
Well I see what you mean. But I thought I made it easier like this because all other non-album tracks (which were not played) are also not mentioned. The non-album tracks which were played are the exceptions.
So it's like this: Is a track an album track: no? Then it's not played, unless... -> see guide.
No doubt this has been pointed out before, but there is something a little saddening about this list. That is, that there seems to be zero likelihood of any of the 'not played' songs ever actually being played in the future. My basis for this is that when they released an album and select a bunch of songs for the tour, that seems to be it for that album. Unless I've missed something, no subsequent tour has included older songs, which haven't already been played on the previous tours.
I'd like to think I'll be wrong, but something tells me I'm not.