The Jam - The Final Concert At The Brighton Centre 11th December 1982, Volume 2 mp3 album
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The Who Tour 1982 was The Who's last with drummer Kenney Jones. While the tour was originally intended to support their 1982 album It's Hard, the band later announced it would be their final tour, though they would eventually reunite twice and then tour again in 1989. Aside from two warm-up shows in Birmingham, the tour took place entirely in the United States and Canada.
The Jam Live At The Conference Centre, Brighton - 11 December 1982. Start! It's Too Bad Beat Surrender Away From the Numbers Ghosts In the Crowd Boy About Town Get Yourself Together All Mod Cons To Be Someone (Didn't We Have a Nice Time) Smithers-Jones Tales From the Riverbank Precious Move On Up Circus Down in the Tube Station at Midnight. Encore David Watts Mr. Clean Going Underground In the City Town Called Malice. Encore 2 The Butterfly Collector Pretty Green The Gift
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|A2||Down In The Tube Station At Midnight|
|B1||In The City|
|B2||A Town Called Malice|
NotesThe track titles have been taken from the back of the sleeve, the ones used on the labels mostly contain major errors or have been shortened.
On the sleeve:
THE JAM Have been one of the most popular bands of all time with every one of their records being a hit at least once and often 3 times - (counting re-issues). Now in 1983 we have seen the solo success of Paul Weller with the Style Council and Tracie. But on this record is the complete final concert of Paul, Rick and Bruce. As one person called it - The Bitterest Split. We hope you will enjoy this recording of what we consider to be their finest hour!
The Jam are Dead - Long Live THE JAM
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