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by the way, this is not meant disrespectfully to the discussion, thanks Marky for San Bernardino and the Düsseldorf remasters, living in Düsseldorf
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Thanks mate that's cool you live there. Reading was my home town for 50 years and was twinned with Düsseldorf. I'm now in Redruth, Cornwall.
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John, the doc is on Sky Arts this Friday. Along with Don Letts
Belated thanks for the tip-off, whiteman. I did read this when you posted it, but I've already seen the doc c/o a download some months ago.
It's well worth a look though. I was too young at the time to realise how prominent and credible the National Front were in the mid/late 70s. It's shocking to see how much they were gaining traction in mainstream politics.

(Sorry to hijack Marky's thread. Hopefully he can steer the good ship back on course... did you ever do the Hamburg 'riot show' from 1980 Marky? :mrgreen: )
I suspected that you would have already seen it, John. Still, it was good to see it in pristine quality. Those NF'ers from the seventies are the 60yo who are the working class face of Brexit support today. Hard working types who were misled by a bunch of posh boys.
Anyway, i'm misleading this thread. What it needs is an MD Remaster to put it back on track. Ha'way lad.
White man pretty much nails it with those 60 year olds being the Brexit brigade. It's like the same fight given a legitimate label.

JohnS I've got that Hamburg riot show on vinyl but don't remember it sounding very good. I'll have another listen when I get chance. I'm working on a couple of other shows at the moment. There's always the next thing... ;)
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Marky Dread wrote:
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Bit of talk here recently about this next one.
US Festival, San Bernardino, .CA.
Thanks so much! I'm listening now and had never heard the bits that dropped out on the boot that circulated forever. It's one of my favorite shows, but besides loving the performance it's always made me sad because it's Mick's last show. I also actually love all of Joe's commentary. I've never had a problem with any of it and thought his sentiments were right on target. At any rate, this thing pops now. Guns of Brixton is almost knocking me down and sounds superb. Thanks again!

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Marky Dread wrote:
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Bit of talk here recently about this next one.
US Festival, San Bernardino, .CA.
Thanks so much! I'm listening now and had never heard the bits that dropped out on the boot that circulated forever. It's one of my favorite shows, but besides loving the performance it's always made me sad because it's Mick's last show. I also actually love all of Joe's commentary. I've never had a problem with any of it and thought his sentiments were right on target. At any rate, this thing pops now. Guns of Brixton is almost knocking me down and sounds superb. Thanks again!
Cheers appleseed. Joe seems really agitated to me. It's not so much what he says it's more him taking out his anger at the promoter and his own management on the the crowd. Glad you are enjoying it mate.
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Cheers appleseed. Joe seems really agitated to me. It's not so much what he says it's more him taking out his anger at the promoter and his own management on the the crowd. Glad you are enjoying it mate.
Interesting. I definitely can allow that there was more going on behind the scenes than I've considered. I've always interpreted his extra fire partly resulting from the massive size of the show and his own fear and doubts about what they were at risk of becoming, i.e., a pre-fab product like Van Halen, so that resulted in him doubling down on the outsider, rebel outlook that had always guided them. It makes sense, though, that arguments with specific people also spurred his angst.

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Cheers appleseed. Joe seems really agitated to me. It's not so much what he says it's more him taking out his anger at the promoter and his own management on the the crowd. Glad you are enjoying it mate.
Speaking of Joe's angst in this show, does anyone else suspect that Mick started playing while Joe was talking at the beginning of Know Your Rights because he didn't want to hear Joe rant again? That's always been my theory. Of course, knowing it was Mick's last show may have colored my interpretations of the different parts of the show. I suppose it could've been just a basic miscommunication because it was almost simultaneous.

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Cheers appleseed. Joe seems really agitated to me. It's not so much what he says it's more him taking out his anger at the promoter and his own management on the the crowd. Glad you are enjoying it mate.
Speaking of Joe's angst in this show, does anyone else suspect that Mick started playing while Joe was talking at the beginning of Know Your Rights because he didn't want to hear Joe rant again? That's always been my theory. Of course, knowing it was Mick's last show may have colored my interpretations of the different parts of the show. I suppose it could've been just a basic miscommunication because it was almost simultaneous.
it's been a while since I saw the video, but I think the look on Joe's face confirms that theory if I'm recalling correctly. It's definitely what I thought.
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Cheers appleseed. Joe seems really agitated to me. It's not so much what he says it's more him taking out his anger at the promoter and his own management on the the crowd. Glad you are enjoying it mate.
Speaking of Joe's angst in this show, does anyone else suspect that Mick started playing while Joe was talking at the beginning of Know Your Rights because he didn't want to hear Joe rant again? That's always been my theory. Of course, knowing it was Mick's last show may have colored my interpretations of the different parts of the show. I suppose it could've been just a basic miscommunication because it was almost simultaneous.
I doubt Mick did that deliberately more just a case of their timing being out. Joe rants at plenty of other times and Mick is patient. It's happened plenty of times before on other concerts. Mick looking down at his effects while Joe is away from his mike then Mick fires up just as Joe is heading back to the mike. I wouldn't make too much out of that. Joe just turns away to start bashing out the song he doesn't look towards Mick. So just bad timing.
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Hi Markey, yeah, entering Düsseldorf coming home from work i saw Reading is Twintown. Cheers to Cornwall and a lot of thanks for all you do keep Clash as TOBTM.
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Hi Markey, yeah, entering Düsseldorf coming home from work i saw Reading is Twintown. Cheers to Cornwall and a lot of thanks for all you do keep Clash as TOBTM.
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Thanks mate more coming soon.👍
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Another that has taken an age to repair etc.
Enjoy or...well you know.


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Thanks Again Marky For Sharing Your Work

1981 my favourite Live Clash Period, so looking forward to listening to your wizardry

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Charlie Dont Surf wrote:
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Thanks Again Marky For Sharing Your Work

1981 my favourite Live Clash Period, so looking forward to listening to your wizardry

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Yeah I agree a great year. Cheers CDS. :approve:
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Haven't heard the Florence show before, sounds great. I really think the band were at their musical and creative peak in 1981. Going to make a great soundtrack for this Halloween weekend :approve:

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GotGameGreggy wrote:
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Haven't heard the Florence show before, sounds great. I really think the band were at their musical and creative peak in 1981. Going to make a great soundtrack for this Halloween weekend :approve:
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