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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Cheap Trick 10/16/95 The Joint Las Vegas @ 320

01 Intro
02 She's Tight
03 Girlfriend
04 I Want You To Want Me
05 Cold Turkey
06 Heaven Tonight
07 Magical Mystery Tour
08 Band Intro
09 Don't Be Cruel
10 The Flame
11 Ain't That A Shame
12 Surrender
13 Voices
14 Need Your LOve
15 Dream Police
16 Goodnight

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4 comments:

Simon said...

Great show Tony. Cheap Trick always deleiver a quality set and unlike some bands you always get what you came for. I have never seen them live but I can enjoy their energy and sound through your blog. Thanks mate for the show. Much appreciated.

Les said...

Thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

I love this site! I'm overwhelmed by all the treasure to be found here. Joy Division, the Undertones AND Cheap Trick?!? It's paradise.

About this Cheap Trick show, though . . . there's something funny going on. I'd swear that most of the version of "Need Your Love" in this set comes directly from Budokan. Those are definitely Japanese teeny-bopper voices cheering, not Vegas high rollers! Someone did a really good job of blending the two, though.

Anonymous said...

Great stuff. Cheap Trick rocks. Quite overdue for the Rock % Roll Hall of Fame.