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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Men At Work 08/05/83 Dayton Ohio @ 160

01 No Restrictions
02 I Can See It In Your Eyes
03 People Just Love To Play With Words
04 Overkill
05 Touching The Untoudhables
06 Catch A Star
07 Instrumental
08 Shintaro
09 High Wire
10 Down Under
11 Underground
12 Helpless
13 Who Can it Be Now
14 ????
15 It's A Mistake
16 I Like To
17 Be Good Johnny



PuppyStrangler said...

Thanks for this post!

Track 14, I have an old VHS of Men At Work called "Men At Work - Live in San Fransisco (or is it Berkeley?" and this same 'kind of' thing, lot's of tom work on the drums and scratchy, chorused guitars, appears under the name "Mr. Entertainer".

It's not Exactly the same but must have been what they slipped into the show a few numbers from the end.

I'll have to get around to ripping the audio, if I can get hold of a video player to play the tape!

sned said...

Excellent show as usual Tony !!! Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this excellent Bootleg !
Gilles from France