Guitar – Porl Thompson (tracks: A1 to A10), Robert Smith (tracks: A1 to A10)
Keyboards – Laurence Tolhurst (tracks: A1 to A10), Porl Thompson (tracks: A1 to A10)
Producer – Dave Allen (tracks: A1 to A10), The Cure (tracks: A1 to A10)
Recorded By – Manor Mobile (tracks: A1 to A10)
Saxophone – Porl Thompson (tracks: A1 to A10)
Vocals – Robert Smith
Written-By – Tolhurst (tracks: A2 to A4, A6 to B8, B10), Hartley (tracks: A8, B4, B5), Dempsey (tracks: A9, A10,), Smith, Gallup (tracks: A2 to A4, A7, A8, B4 to B8, B10)
[A Side] Recorded by the Manor Mobile
[B Side] These songs were all taken from Robert's cassette collection and made as listenable as possible by Phil Thanks for everyone who was involved especially Nigel, Ted and Roger p&c 1984 Fiction Records London All songs published by APB Music Co Ltd
Tracks A1 to A3 and A5 recorded live in Oxford 5 May 1984. Tracks A4, A6 recorded live in London 10 May 1984. Track A7 recorded live in London 8 May 1984. Tracks A8 to A10 recorded live in London 9 May 1984. Track B1 recorded live at The Rocket, Crawley 4 Dec 1977. Track B2 is the Chestnut Studio demo, Frensham 27 May 1978. Track B3 recorded live in Nottingham October 1979. Track B4 is from a French radio concert 9 June 1980. Track B5 recorded live in Holland 15 January 1980. Tracks B6 to B8 recorded live 1981. Track B9 recorded live in London 1 May 1982. Track B10 recorded live in Paris 15 May 1984.
This is the second issue : white plastic shell, blue on-body print. Released in black & clear plastic case with 2 sided 4-panel foldout insert, short back. First issue was paper labels. "Marketed by WEA Records Pty. Limited" on labels but "WEA Record & Tape Distributors Pty Limited" on sleeve.
Marketed By – WEA Records Pty. Limited
Marketed By – WEA Record & Tape Distributors Pty. Limited
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fiction Records
Copyright (c) – Fiction Records
Published By – APB Music Co. Ltd.
Concert: The Cure Live is the first live album by English rock band the Cure. It was recorded in 1984 at the Hammersmith Odeon in London and in Oxford. Tracks written by Robert Smith, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst, except as noted. Shake Dog Shake Smith 4:14. Primary 3:29. Charlotte Sometimes 4:06. The Hanging Garden 4:05. The Cure are a rock band which formed in 1976 in Crawley, England, United Kingdom. The band originally consisted of Robert Smith vocals, guitar, Porl Thompson guitar, Michael Dempsey bass and Lol Tolhurst drums, with the band's lineup overgoing several changes throughout the years and Smith remaining as the only constant member throughout the band's history. The band currently consists of Smith vocals, guitar, Simon Gallup bass, Roger O'Donnell keyboards, Jason Cooper drums and Reeves Gabrels guitar. The Cure has released 13 studio albums and have so read more. Concert - The Cure Live - The Cure. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. From the cassette The Cure Concert - The Cure Live and Curiosity - Cure Anomalies 1977-1984 Label: Fiction Records 823 682-4 Format: Cassette, Album. Concert and Curiosity a collection of cure anomalies 1977 1984. recorded live in Oxford 5 May 1984. recorded live in London 10 May 1984. recorded live in London 8 May 1984. recorded live in London 9 May 1984. recorded live at The Rocket, Crawley 4 Dec 1977. the Chestnut Studio demo, Frensham 27 May 1978. recorded live in Nottingham October 1979. from a French radio concert 9 June 1980. recorded live in Holland 15 January 1980. recorded live 1981. Cure releases that contain live recorded songs. The concert dates shown here are a mixture of dates that have been given with the release of the songs plus dates that could be identified by comparing with other concert recordings of the same concert. Charlotte Sometimes. Format: Single released: 1981. live song. Curiosity: Cure Anomalies 1977-1984. Format: Album released: 1984. Lyricapsule: Derek and the Dominos First Gig June 14, 1970. All Music News . Popular The Cure Lyrics. Concert: The Cure Live. Though it is best experienced across the later videoDVD release, the Cure's first ever live album, from U. concerts during the 1984 The Top tour, catches the band in exhilaratingly uncompromising mood. The band's first full album since their post-Pornography breakup, The Top found Robert Smith still striving to shake off the mantel that had once cloaked the Cure in such blackness - Shake Dog Shake and Give Me It, both from the new album, emerge as highlights here, no matter how desperately you want to hear the older songs that complete. the collection. The best album by The Cure is Disintegration which is ranked number 40 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 30,976. The Cure album bestography. Higher ranked 63,641st This album 75,274th Lower ranked 97,110th Hypnagogic States EPConcert The Cure Live And Curiosity Cure Anomalies 1977-1984MTV Unplugged. Upcoming concerts. For the Billy Joel album sometimes translated as Concert, see Концерт. 1984 live album by The Cure. Live album by. The Cure. 22 October 1984. Boys Don't Cry later included on Disc 2 of the remastered Three Imaginary Boys
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