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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Jim Carroll Band Paradise Theatre, Boston Dec. 1, 1980 WBCN-FM @ 320

Mix two Television-like guitars, one junkie poet ala Lou Reed, and add a dash of Iggy Pop raunch and you have the Jim Carroll Band.

01 Intro/Wicked Gravity
02 3 Sisters
03 City Drops Into The Night
04 Catholic Boy
05 It's Too Late
06 Voices
07 Crow
08 Lorraine
09 Nothing's True
10 People Who Died
11 Dialogue
12 Sweet Jane



kingpossum said...

Bless you tony tiger for the Jim Carroll show! There just aren't enough good live recordings of this fine artist around.

Thanks for the time, love and energy you put into NTBDS. Nargo rules.


David said...

I couldn't agree with the above comment more. I never knew this show existed! You SERIOUSLY Rock!

Azbest said...

Nice surprise, thank you.