Sunday, July 26, 2015
ROSE TATTOO - Live At Hordern Pavilion 1978
Sydney, Hordern Pavilion 1978 2JJ Live to Air (Bootleg)
Only a 26 minute show but very rare radio broadcast at time when founding member, bass player Ian Rilen was around (later of the great Australian band “ X “ )
note: 2 very brief incidents of radio static, caused by radio reception cut-out
fm radio bdct > analog tape > ? > trade (cdr) > EAC (secure) > FLAC frontend (level 8) > Wav > Burned to MP3.
01. Astra Wally
02. Bad Boy For Love
03. Hoochie Coochie Man
04. You Really Got Me
05. Sweet Love
Quality : average FM
Rose Tattoo's performance at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion for Live-to-air broadcast on the soon-to-be national broadcaster, 2JJ. The performance is some time in 1978, and clearly well before the release of their first album in November of that year, given the amount of covers (including a most obscene version of Willie Dixon's "Hoochie Coochie Man"!) they play. This often circulates as being from 1976. An excellent early Tatts soundboard show, there are a few pops and flashes of static, and the sound is not crystal clear, but it's a very good recording overall. A second of static/silence in track 3 has been eliminated by substituting the same notes from elsewhere in the song.
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