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#SAB 020-021 Atlanta, January 19th 1997

Atlanta, January 19th 1997

2 CD
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 020-021
Disc Length : 73:22 / 73:52
Source : Audience Recordings
Sound Quality : EX-
Year Of Release : 1997


Love 4 One Another Charities Tour
Atlanta Live, Atlanta
19th January 1997

Disc 1

1. Intro   2. Jam Of The Year   3. Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothing   4. Rock N' Roll Is Alive (outro) [listed as Instrumental Jam on packaging]   5. Purple Rain   6. 17 Days   7. Get Yo Groove On (including Six)   8. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World   9. Face Down (including 777-9311 - Hair)   10. Interlude   11. The Cross   12. One Of Us   13. Do Me, Baby (including Adore - Insatiable - Scandalous - How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore)   14. Sexy MF   15. If I Was Your Girlfriend   16. The Ride (intro)

Disc 2

1. The Ride   2. How Come U Don't Call Me Anymore   3. Take Me With U   4. Raspberry Beret   5. Mr. Happy   6. 18 & Over   7. Johnny   8. Sleep Around   9. Take The A-Train   10. Freedom Jam   11. Rhonda's Solo   12. I Feel Alright   13. Partyman Jam

Love 4 One Another Charities Tour Soundcheck - Tower Theater, Philadelphia : 7th January 1997

14. Jam Of The Year

Love 4 One Another Charities Tour - State Theater, Detroit : 13th January 1997

15. Somebody's Somebody

Love 4 One Another Charities Tour - Roseland Ballroom, New York : 11th January 1997 (Soundboard Recording)

16. Jam Of The Year   17. Face Down

Rosie O'Donnell Show : 7th January 1997 (Broadcast EX)

18. Somebody's Somebody   19. The Holy River


One of the longest Love 4 One Another shows circulating and a rather impressive audience recording. The audience are audible throughout, and there are certain parts of the show where they are slightly too audible (the opening song 'Jam Of The Year' especially), but on the whole they add a fun atmosphere to the recording and do not detract from your enjoyment in any way. The Atlanta show contains a few songs not normally performed on the short tour and it is a very loose, jovial show with P interacting with the crowd in an unusually friendly way. The highlight of these shows is always 'Face Down' and this one is no different, as well as some inspiring bass it also includes brief snippets from both '777-9311' and 'Hair' during the extended bass outro. The closing encore is also a joy to listen to with a fantastic call-and-response centred around "Freedom Is A Beautiful Thing". The show is brought to an end with a rare performance of 'Partyman'. The bonus tracks on here are a nice addition, but the quality is rather hit and miss. The soundcheck is very echoed and slightly disappointing, the Detroit performance is slightly thin however it is of excellent quality. The two New York tracks have been lifted directly from the officially released cassette, and are in perfect soundboard quality as is the broadcast from the Rosie O'Donnell show. Certainly one of the better early 1997 recordings and the the performance and set-list also make it one of the more interesting. A great release.


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