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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Hothouse Flowers 09/30/88 Boston @ 192

01 Intro
02 Saves
03 The Older We Get
04 It'll Be Easier In The Morning
05 Freedom
06 Love Don't Work This Way
07 Yes I Was
08 See That Woman
09 Ballad Of Katie
10 Don't GO
11 I'm Sorry
12 If You're Happy
13 Hallelujah Jordan
14 Feet On The Ground
15 Crowd
16 CarrickFergus
17 Tuning
18 Mountains
19 If You Go
20 Hydroman
21 Outro


1 comment:

s1rrah said...

I have no idea how I missed this.

The band names just sort of blur together when your drinking fine ales and watching the progress of downloads.

Anyway ...

I admit it ...

Seeing the Hothouse Flowers in 1990 at a near empty nightclub in Houston (20 people or so) was by far the best show I've ever seen in my short life.

Maybe cause I'd been a fan for several years ... maybe because I won the tickets on a radio show phone-in give away ... or maybe because Liam shed tears at the piano and the band otherwise played like their lives were on the line ... I don't know ... but it's something me and the friend I was with that night will never forget.

This show ... just listen to the saxophone in "If you go" ... so so beautifully captures the vibe of that show I was lucky enough to see so long ago.

At 192kbs (yes I'd love to have it lossless) it's still HUGELY HUGELY listenable and utterly true; nothing is lost in the translation. So so FINE!

Much gratitude to the host.