Sunday, March 21, 2010

Kevin Ayers-Newcastle, England (June 11, 2003)



Kevin Ayers
June 11, 2003
Operahouse
Newcastle, England


Recording:Sappororamen

Recorded from the MIDDLE OF THE 3RD ROW

sET LIST:

01. FEELING THIS WAY
02. TOO OLD TO DIE YOUNG
03. MR COOL
04. WHEN THE PARENTS GO TO SLEEP
05. THERE GOES JOHNNY
06. LADY RACHEL
07. SUPER SALESMAN
08. SEE YOU LATER/DON'T FEEL LONELY TILL I THOUGHT OF YOU
09. EVERYBODYS SOMETIME AND SOME PEOPLES ALL THE TIME BLUES
10. STAR
11. WHATEVERS SHE BRINGS MESING
12. SHOUTING IN A BUCKET BLUES
13. MAY I?
14. STRANGER IN BLUE SUEDE SHOES
15. I DON'T DEPEND ON YOU
16. TEDDY BEARS PICNIC
17. THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Part 1-http://sharebee.com/6ec4b886
Part 2-http://sharebee.com/a5f783a4

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post Hal !
Rare concert by this fabulous gentleman. Canterbury 4 ever.

Viagra Online said...

thank you so much for posting it. I had on a very old tape a song that I had recorded from a local radio station, I never knew its real name neither the band's... "There goes Johnny"! Thank you man.

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this. Great recording. I saw Kevin a few years back in Brighton, probably the same tour and he was brilliant. It's a real shame he doesn't enjoy playing live.
Michael.

veron said...

I think that Kevin is one of the best singer, He has recorded a series of albums as a solo artist and over the years has worked with Brian Eno, Syd Barrett, John Cale!! I really like his music I have two of his albums!viagra

Rob Turner said...

Hi...thanks for the happy memory. I was at this concert in the downstairs bar at the Tyne Theatre. It was a suitably intimate occasion. Kevin was backed by a Belgian band (Starvin' Marvin!) as I recall. I chatted to the guitarist and had a brief word with the laconic Mr. Ayers afterwards in the foyer. I don't know if anyone can remember, but I also saw him in a very sparse, delayed concert in Geno's nightclub, possibly late 1980's early 1990's,(no longer around)when half his band were detained at Newcastle Airport. Ollie Halsall (God rest his soul)plus another musician was with him, who I can't remember now.

DeargDoomRocks said...

I too was at this concert and delighted to see my hero at last ..and he did not disappoint! Is there any link which workds
for the download of the concert?

Richard Carlton said...

To Rob Turner,

I'm just browsing after hearing about Kevin Ayers' death and came across your coments. I was also at the concert in Geno's nightclub, but had forgotten the name of the place and also can't remember whether it was late 1980's or early 1990's. I do rmeember, however, that the concert was delayed because the Argentinian bass player had tropuble getting through customs! I also remember getting very drunk and posing as a journalist in order to interview Kevin Ayers while we waited for the bass player. Not my finest hour! The whole event was a bit sad because of poor attendance and the delay, etc. I wish I'd known about the 20003 gig. Anyway, all the best and sorry to hear this news. Richard

John said...

More Kevin I can't live without! Forgive me for dumping all these comments, but you've got a goldmine of dead links here.

Please re-up here or on Dime if you would be so kind.

TIA