List of live shows

updated: 2016-08-07

Bauhaus

audio

1979-03-03 Racecourse Pavillion, Northampton, UK Audience/ G
1980 Newsbeat, UK (BBC Radio 1) interview
1980-01-03 John Peel Show (BBC Radio), UK Radio, FM / Ex Stereo
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 1
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 2
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 3
1980-01-30 Billy’s Night Club, London, UK
1980-02-01 College of Further Education, Luton, UK – version 1
1980-02-01 College of Further Education, Luton, UK – version 2
1980-02-13 Rockgarden, London, UK
1980-03-07 Porchester Hall, London, UK
1980-03-27 Ratter, Moers, Germany longer but incomp. version of Oki Doki –
1980-03-29 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany I. – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1980-03-29 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany I. – version 2 wrong song order, mislabeled as ‘Berlin Metropol’
1980-04-03 Oki Doki Club, Dusseldorf, Germany incomplete show
1980-04-06 Lantaarn Club, Rotterdam, Holland – version 1
1980-04-06 Lantaarn Club, Rotterdam, Holland – version 2
1980-04-10 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK I.
1980-04-29 Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK
1980-05-01 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK II. – version 1 mislabeled as ‘Electric Ballroom’.
1980-05-01 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK II. – version 2
1980-05-10 Surrey University, Guildford, UK – version 1
1980-05-10 Surrey University, Guildford, UK – version 2
1980-05-15 Moonlight Club, London, UK – version 1 non-indexed version
1980-05-15 Moonlight Club, London, UK – version 2 indexed version, master audience recording
1980-05-22 Rotterdam ??? wrong date/venue ???
1980-06-26 Music Machine, London, UK II.
1980-08-11 Bela Lugosi E.M.010, Scamps, Oxford
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 1
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 2
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 3 – full
1980-08-12 Routes, Exeter, UK 4 songs
1980-08-14 Ad-Libs, Nottingham, UK
1980-08-17 Valentinos, Edinburgh, UK
1980-08-20 Rafters, Manchester, UK I.
1980-08-21 Fan Club, Leeds, UK Plays slow in places
1980-09-09 Chicago, Space Place, US
1980-10-15 Granary, Bristol, UK – Genuine version
1980-10-22 Rafters, Manchester, UK II.
1980-10-23 Ajenta, Derby, UK – version 1
1980-10-23 Ajenta, Derby, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – same rec. as version 1
1980-10-26 Opera House, Northampton, UK – version 1
1980-10-26 Opera House, Northampton, UK – version 2 mislabeled as Granary, Bristol 80-10-15!!!
1980-10-31 University of London, UK – full version
1980-10-31 University, London, UK
1980-11-20 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands I.
1980-11-21 Effenar, Eindhoven, Holland
1980-11-25 Ratinger Hof, Düsseldorf, Germany – version 1 Soundboard tape, some static noise
1980-11-25 Ratinger Hof, Düsseldorf, Germany – version 2 aka Rockpalast Fest, Essen 1980-11-17 –
1980-11-26 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany II. – version 1
1980-11-26 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany II. – version 2
1980-11-28 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland I. – version 1
1980-11-28 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland I. – version 2
1980-12-17 The Venue, London, UK
1981 Mask Demos Original recordings for album ‘Mask’
1981 Unreleased LP Original ‘Mask’ recordings (different source)
1981-02-25 Omnis, Philapelphia, US
1981-03-04 The Edge, Toronto, Canada – version 1
1981-03-04 The Edge, Toronto, Canada – version 2
1981-03-06 Bookies, Detroit, US
1981-03-12 New York Bandstand
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 1 different rec.
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 2 master (D) – different rec.
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-05-22 Bedford Square, London, UK
1981-06-17 University, Newcastle, UK
1981-06-18 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK I.
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 1 (incomplete)
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 2 (full) Entitled as ‘In Fear of Rot’ – same rec. as version 1
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-06-20 Friars, Aylesbury, UK I.
1981-06-21 Jenkinsons, Brighton, UK
1981-06-23 Tiffany’s Ballroom, Leeds, UK – version 1 listed as 06/26
1981-06-23 Tiffany’s Ballroom, Leeds, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-06-24 Top Rank, Reading, UK
1981-06-25 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK III.
1981-06-27 Corn Exchange , Cambridge, UK TB aud master 2013
1981-07-17 Electra Festival, Bologna, Italy
1981-09-03 Nite Club, Edinburg, UK – version 1
1981-09-03 Nite Club, Edinburg, UK – version 2 MASTER
1981-09-05 Futurama Festival, Bingley Hall, Stafford, UK I. Audience / VG Stereo
1981-09-26 Dayz Of Future Past Festival, Queen’s Hall, Leeds, UK – version 2
1981-09-26 Daze of Future Past Festival, Queens Hall, Leeds, UK – version 1 wrong track separation,
1981-10-22 University, Reading, UK
1981-10-23 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK I. – version 1
1981-10-23 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK I. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – same rec. as version 1
1981-10-24 University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK I.
1981-10-25 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK I.
1981-10-27 Locarno, Birmingham, UK I.
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 2 mislabeled as ‘Futurama Festival 1981-09-05’ – same rec. as version 1
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-10-30 University, Lancaster, UK
1981-10-31 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK II.
1981-11-02 Top Rank, Brighton, UK
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 1 diff rec.
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 2 diff rec.
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1981-11-09 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK I.
1981-11-10 Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK I. no encore
1981-11-21 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland II. 3 unreleased songs,
1981-11-22 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands II. 2 unreleased songs,
1981-11-24 Doornroosje, Nijmegan, Holland – version 1
1981-11-24 Doornroosje, Nijmegan, Holland – version 2 Recorded and broadcasted by VPRO radio
1981-11-25 Lorre, Delft, Holland – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1981-11-25 Lorre, Delft, Holland – version 2 wrong track separation,
1981-11-26 Vera, Groningen, Holland
1981-11-28 Wartburg Club, Wiesbanden, Germany – version 1
1981-11-28 Wartburg Club, Wiesbanden, Germany – version 2 MASTER
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – 1st gen 1st gen
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – 4th gen 4th gen
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – incomplete version mislabeled as ‘Moerst Aratta 1980-10-25’
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – version 1 – full
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – version 2 full version, better quality
1981-12-03 Le Rose Bon Bon, Paris, France
1981-12-11 Assembly Hall, Walthamstow, UK – CD 1
1981-12-11 Assembly Hall, Walthamstow, UK – CD 2
1982-02 Riverside BBC 2
1982-02 Riverside – different source BBC 2
1982-02-20 Lings Forum, Northampton, UK The Mask Ball,
1982-02-24 Old Vic Theatre, London, UK – version 1 audience recording
1982-02-24 Old Vic Theatre, London, UK – version 2 speed corrected version
1982-02-28 Rotters, Manchester, UK
1982-03-27 Rock On Show, UK BBC Radio 1
1982-04-23 Imperial Cinema, Birmingham, UK – version 1 direct copy from master tape, labeled as 82/03/22
1982-04-23 Imperial Cinema, Birmingham, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1982-04-24 University, Leicester, UK – version 1
1982-04-24 University, Leicester, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1982-04-25 Tiffany’s, Leeds, UK TB AUD MASTER (2013)
1982-04-30 Teatro Garden, Messina, Sicily, Italy
1982-05-03 Odisseia 2001, Milano, Italy – version 1
1982-05-03 Odisseia 2001, Milano, Italy – version 2
1982-05-04 Bolognia Puntoacapo Club, Italy – version 2 (13 tracks)
1982-05-04 Puntoacapo Club, Bologna, Italy – version 1 (11 tracks)
1982-05-06 Tenax Club, Firenze, Italy
1982-06-11 Adelphi Theatre, London, UK – version 1
1982-06-11 Adelphi Theatre, London, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – incl. Soundcheck
1982-07-04 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK IV. Played to replace the 2nd Adelphi night
1982-08 SFX Cassettezine
1982-08-14 The Hacienda, Manchester, UK
1982-08-14 The Hacienda, Manchester, UK – version 2
1982-08-15 Tiffany’s, Glasgow, UK
1982-08-16 Coasters, Edinburgh, UK
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-09 Dome, Brighton, UK
1982-10-10 Locarno, Bristol, UK
1982-10-11 Arts Centre, Poole, UK incomplete,
1982-10-13 University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK II.
1982-10-14 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK V. – version 1
1982-10-14 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK V. – version 2
1982-10-16 Friars, Aylesbury, UK II. – OK
1982-10-17 Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK II.
1982-10-18 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK II. – CD 1
1982-10-18 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK II. – CD 2
1982-10-18 Nighttime Guildford Civic Hall
1982-10-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK III. – version 1
1982-10-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK III. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-21 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK VI. – version 1 Audience / VG Stereo
1982-10-21 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK VI. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 1 2 sec gaps
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 2 mislabeled as Victoria Hall, Hanley 82-10-24!!! – different rec.
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-23 Odeon, Birmingham, UK – version 1
1982-10-23 Odeon, Birmingham, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 1
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 2
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.(?)
1982-10-26 University, Liverpool, UK direct copy from master tape
1982-10-27 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK I.
1982-10-28 Warwick University, Coventry, UK TB aud master 2013 – incomplete
1982-10-29 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK II.
1982-10-30 University, Leeds, UK – version 1
1982-10-30 University, Leeds, UK – version 2
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 1 mislabeled as ‘Friars, Aylesbury, UK 1982-10-16’
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 2
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 3 mislabeled as ‘Tiffanys, Glasgow, UK 1982-08-15’
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-11-27 City Gardens, Trenton, US
1982-11-28 Marble Bar, Baltimore, US
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 1 Radio, FM / Ex Stereo
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 2 Remastered
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 3
1982-12-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US – version 1
1982-12-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US – version 2
1982-12-09 Duffys, Minneapolis, US – version 1
1982-12-09 Duffys, Minneapolis, US – version 2
1982-12-15 Old Waldford Theatre, San Francisco, US – version 1 radio broadcast
1982-12-15 Old Waldford Theatre, San Francisco, US – version 2
1983-01-27 Top Of The Pops II. BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-01-27 Top Of The Pops II. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-04-13 Richard Skinner Show, UK BBC Radio 1
1983-04-14 Top Of The Pops III. BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-04-14 Top Of The Pops III. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-05-11 Radio Cité 96 interview (approx. 1 hours long)
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 1 Cité 96 Radio Broadcast
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 2 Missing 1st & incomplete last track
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 3 Full show
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 4 Radio Cité 96 broadcast
1983-05-28 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
1983-05-28 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – late show from “The First Period” bootleg
1983-06-11 Friars, Aylesbury, UK III.
1983-06-13 Top Rank, Brighton, UK – version 1
1983-06-13 Top Rank, Brighton, UK – version 2
1983-06-16 Gaumont, Southampton, UK
1983-06-18 Assembly Rooms, Derby, UK
1983-06-19 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK
1983-06-20 Top Rank, Sheffield, UK
1983-06-21 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK II.
1983-06-22 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK III. direct copy from master tape
1983-06-23 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK – version 1 ***
1983-06-23 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK – version 2
1983-06-24 City Hall, Newcastle, UK
1983-06-27 In Fear of Fear Tiffanys Glasgow & Nijmegan
1983-06-27 Tiffanys, Glasgow, UK full version
1983-06-29 Ceasers Palace, Bradford, UK
1983-07-01 Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel, UK
1983-07-02 Gaumont, Ipswich, UK – version 1
1983-07-02 Gaumont, Ipswich, UK – version 2 full & better version
1983-07-03 Locarno, Birmingham, UK II.
1983-07-04 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK III.
1983-07-04 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK III. – full full version
1983-07-05 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK IV. audience recording
1983-08-04 Riverside – Dance to Hollow Hills
1998 Álvaro Costa Portuguese radio Show – version 1
1998 Álvaro Costa Portuguese radio Show – version 2
1998 Gotham Enhanced CD
1998 Resurrection 4 track CD, mastered live recordings –
1998-07-09 Hollywood Athletic Club, Los Angeles, US
1998-08-14 The Paramount, Seattle, US missing last 6 songs
1998-08-17 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco I. – CD 1
1998-08-17 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco I. – CD 2
1998-08-18 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco II. – CD 1 several jumps & burning errors
1998-08-18 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco II. – CD 2 several jumps & burning errors
1998-08-20 91X, San Diego, US
1998-08-20 Golden Hall, San Diego, US
1998-08-23 Salt Air Pavillion, Salt Lake City, US first 2 songs missing
1998-08-26 State Theater, Minneapolis, US
1998-08-27 The Riviera, Chicago, US – audience version
1998-09-01 The Harrow East Ballroom, Rochester, US – CD1
1998-09-01 The Harrow East Ballroom, Rochester, US – CD2
1998-09-02 The Warehouse, Toronto, Canada
1998-09-03 Edge Toronto + NY webcasts
1998-09-05 Harbor Lights, Boston, US – CD1
1998-09-05 Harbor Lights, Boston, US – CD2
1998-09-06 9:30 Club, Washington, US – CD 1
1998-09-06 9:30 Club, Washington, US – CD 2
1998-09-13 Tabernacle, Atlanta, US
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 1 – CD 1
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 1 – CD 2
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 2 – CD 1
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 2 – CD 2
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US – CD1
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US – CD2
1998-09-18 Bob Carr Performing Arts, Orlando, US
1998-09-21 Aerial Theater, Bayou Place, Houston, US – CD 1
1998-09-21 Aerial Theater, Bayou Place, Houston, US – CD 2
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 1 – CD 1
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 1 – CD 2
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 2
1998-09-24 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, US – CD 1
1998-09-24 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, US – CD 2 + bonus tracks
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – CD1
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – CD2
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – version 2
1998-10-12 Cine Opera, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
1998-10-12 Cine Opera, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
1998-10-16 Sankei Hall, Osaka, JP – CD 1
1998-10-16 Sankei Hall, Osaka, JP – CD 2
1998-10-18 Kokusai Forum, Tokyo , JP missing first song
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France – CD1
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France – CD2
1998-11-02 E-Werk, Cologne, Germany – CD 1
1998-11-02 E-Werk, Cologne, Germany – CD 2
1998-11-03 Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium – CD1
1998-11-03 Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium – CD2
1998-11-06 Academy, Manchester, UK Audience / VG/Ex Stereo
1998-11-07 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. – CD 1
1998-11-07 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. – CD 2
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. – CD 1
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. – CD 2
1998-11-11 Zeleste, Barcelona, Spain – CD 1
1998-11-11 Zeleste, Barcelona, Spain – CD 2
1998-11-14 Rádioscópio, Antena 3, Portugal Interview for a Portuguese radio
1998-11-14 Resurrection – Lisbon CD1
1998-11-14 Resurrection – Lisbon CD2
1998-11-15 Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – CD 1
1998-11-15 Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – CD 2
1998-xx-xx Unknown, USA (FM)
2005-04-28 The Glasshouse, Pomona, CA, US
2005-04-30 Coachella Festival, Indio, US – version 1
2005-04-30 Coachella Festival, Indio, US – version 2
2005-10-21 The Paramount Theater Seattle, WA, US – CD 1
2005-10-21 The Paramount Theater Seattle, WA, US – CD 2
2005-10-26 Live at The Warfield, San Francisco, CA, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-26 Live at The Warfield, San Francisco, CA, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-28 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-28 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-29 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-29 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-30 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US III. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-30 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US III. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-31 Live at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA, US – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-31 Live at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA, US – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-08 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-08 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-09 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-09 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-11 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-11 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-12 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-12 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Live at Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Live at Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US Bauhaus Live Deathrock Radio
2005-11-22 Strathmore, Bethesda, US – CD 1
2005-11-22 Strathmore, Bethesda, US – CD 2
2005-11-30 Palacio de Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
2005-11-30 Palacio de Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
2006-01-29 ABC 1, Glasgow, UK – CD 1
2006-01-29 ABC 1, Glasgow, UK – CD 2
2006-01-30 Carling Academy, Newcastle, UK – CD 1 A few tracks missing from the middle of the gig
2006-01-30 Carling Academy, Newcastle, UK – CD 2
2006-02-01 Acadamy, Manchester, UK (soundcheck) soundcheck
2006-02-01 Academy, Manchester, UK – CD 1
2006-02-01 Academy, Manchester, UK – CD 2
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – CD1 – version 1
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – CD2 – version 1
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – version 2 incomplete, 4 missing songs
2006-02-06 Le Bataclan, Paris, France – CD 1
2006-02-06 Le Bataclan, Paris, France – CD 2
2006-02-10 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany – CD 1
2006-02-10 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany – CD 2
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland – CD 1
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland – CD 2
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 1 – raw version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 1 – remastered version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 2 – raw version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 2 – remastered version
2006-02-15 Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain MP3 source, incomplete
2006-02-16 La Riviera, Madrid, Spain – CD 1
2006-02-16 La Riviera, Madrid, Spain – CD 2
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2
2006-03-03 London Tate Britain, UK music for Bauhaus installation
2006-05-26 Sasquatch Festival, George, US only 2 songs, SBD quality
2006-05-27 Clark County Amphitheatre, Ridgefield, US
2006-05-28 Idaho Center, Nampa, US
2006-06-04 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion, Houston, US
2006-06-06 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Birmingham, US
2006-06-10 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Charlotte, US
2006-06-17 Jones Beach, Wantaugh, US
2006-06-18 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
2006-06-24 Molson Amphitheatre,Toronto, Canada
2006-06-25 DTE Energy Music Theater, Clarkston, US
2006-06-30 Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, US
2006-07-01 First Midwest Band Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, Chicago, US
2006-07-03 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Noblesville, US
2006-07-07 Verizon Wireless Ampitheater, Irvine, US
2006-07-08 Shoreline Ampitheater, Mountainview, US
2006-08-07 Forum, London, UK I.
2006-08-08 Forum, London, UK II. incomplete, 7 missing songs
2006-08-09 De Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren
2006-08-12 M’era Luna Festival, Hildesheim, Germany – version 1 missing last track
2006-08-12 M’era Luna Festival, Hildesheim, Germany – version 2 full version
2006-08-14 Lignano Rock Festival, Lignano, Italy MP3 sourced?
2006-08-17 Fest Paredes de Coura, Portugal – version 1 Antena 3 radio broadcast, MP3 source
2006-08-17 Fest Paredes de Coura, Portugal – version 2
2009-02-28 The G-Word – BBC Radio 2 MP3

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1980-10-31 University, London, UK + TV appearances Live + compilation DVD
1981 University of London Live DVD
1981-03-12 New York Bandstand B&W footage, on DVD
1982-02 Riverside on DVD
1982-02-24 All We Ever Wanted Live DVD, compiled from official VHS releases
1982-05-04 Puntoacapo Club, Bologna, Italy – version 3 on DVD (7 tracks + interview)
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test on DVD
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. on DVD
1982-10-08 The Whistle Test Years, UK BBC 1 TV, on DVD
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show on DVD
1983-04-14 Top of The Pops III. on DVD
1983-08-04 Riverside – Dance to Hollow Hills on DVD
1983-10-27 Top Of The Pops II. on DVD
1984 Shadow of Light Live footage + promo videos
1984 Shadow of Light DVD Live + promo DVD
1998 Gotham Live In The Hammersmith Ballroom, NY,1998-09-09/10
1998 MTV News B&W foorage, on DVD
1998 VH-1 Hoch 5 only Bauhaus commets, video clips edited out
1998-07-10 The Palladium, Hollywood, CA, US MTV, on DVD
1998-08-13 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, US Live DVD,
1998-08-27 The Riviera, Chigago, US – I.
1998-08-28 The Riviera, Chigago, US – II.
1998-08-29 Nautica Stage, Cleveland, OH Live DVD
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US Live DVD,
1998-10-27 Alcatraz, Milano, Italy Live DVD
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France Live DVD
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. on DVD
1998-11-14 Multiusos Pavilion, Lisbon, Portugal Live DVD, several incomplete songs
1998-11-14 Multiusos Pavilion, Lisbon, Portugal – full version Live DVD
2006-02-03 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. Live DVD,
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland Live DVD, incomplete
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milano, Italy – version 1 incomplete
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal Live DVD
2006-07-02 Marcus Amphiteater, Milwaukee, WI, US Live DVD
2006-08-07 Forum, London, UK I. Live DVD
2006-08-08 Forum, London, UK II. Live DVD
2006-08-09 Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren, Belgium Live DVD
2006-08-10 Summer Darkness Festival, Utrecht, Tivoli, Holland Live DVD
2008 Go Away White – Bonus videos M4V format

Dalis Car

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1984-11-27 Old Gray Whistle Test audio only

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1984 The Tube on DVD
1984-11-27 Old Gray Whistle Test on DVD

Daniel Ash

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1992-10-19 Modern Rock, NY, US Radio interview
1993-03-01 The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, US
1993-03-03 San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, US
1993-03-16 Limelight, New York, US
1993-03-20 Metro, Chicago, US
1993-05-06 Underworld, London, UK
2002 S.M.ASH Project
2002-03-16 Metro, Chicago, US
2002-03-18 Radio Interview, USA
2002-03-25 Bowery Ballroom, New York, US
2002-03-26 The Paradise, Boston, MA, US
2002-04-04 Jacksonville Marquee Theater
2008-12-09 The Backline Show interview w/ DA & Christopher The Minister
2009 Examiner.com interview
2009-04-15 HunnyPot Radio
2010-06-07 HunneyPot Radio short radio interview w/ We Govern We
2010-07-06 Thelma Now interview
2013-02-03 Dark Entries, Radio Moheak Daniel Ash phoned in to request some songs
2013-11-09 Transmission with DJ Jake Rudh Just two 10 sec. intros by Daniel Ash
2015-11-03 Just Off The Radar interview
2016 Behind The Scene Episode 22 – Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins
2016-07-22 WFPK – Kyle Meredith with Daniel Ash

video

1993 Unknown Live Live DVD, (probably 9:30 Club,Washington DC 03-10)

David J

audio

1983-11-17 Rockgarden, London, UK – version 1 Audience / VG
1983-11-17 Rockgarden, London, UK – version 2
1983-11-18 Fulham Greyhound, London, UK
1990-09 Snap, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 1 Live session, recorded as 1 track
1990-09 Snap, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 2 Live session
1990-09-04 McCabe’s, Santa Monica, US
1990-09-11 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US
1990-09-13 Lee’s Place, Toronto, Canada
1992-12-03 Irving Plaza, New York, US
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 1 Live session, full webcast version, low quality
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 2 Live session, incomp. radio version (MP3)
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 3 Live session, full radio version
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 4 Live session, radio version, w/o interviews
2000-09-26 Mint, Los Angeles, US
2000-10-02 Fletcher’s, Baltimore, MD, US
2000-10-09 Schuba’s, Chicago, IL, US
2001-04-10 Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ, US
2001-04-11 Knitting Factory, New York, US
2001-04-11 WNYU Radio, New York, US Live session
2001-05-23 Garage, London, UK Audience / Ex/VG Stereo
2001-05-23 Garage, London, UK (Soundcheck) Audience / Ex/VG Stereo
2001-06-03 Club 24, Yokohama, Japan
2001-06-04 Congo Bingo, Tokyo, Japan
2001-06-17 Casbah, San Diego, US
2002-03-02 Valentine’s, Albany, US
2002-04-04 The Nation, Washington DC, US
2002-05-24 KXLU Radio, Los Angeles, US Live session
2002-08-11 Palladium, Hollywood, US
2003-01-07 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US
2003-01-08 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US unedited version, bit longer than the official cd-r
2003-11-25 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, US SBD recording, support for Justin Sullivan (NMA)
2008-03-02 VM Underground interview
2008-05-17 If Music Could Talk, WRIR interview
2008-09-12 Bondi Beach Club, Monster, NL Bela Lugosi’s birthday party
2009-08-16 The Cavern Club, Celebrity Theater, Los Angeles, US
2009-12-08 Echoplex, Los Angeles, US Winston Calling benefit concert
2010-01-03 LongPlaya interview
2010-01-05 Neat Neat Noise radio show
2010-01-09 Greasers Garage interview
2010-03-26 Trannyshack, DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US
2010-03-26 Trannyshack, DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck soundcheck, approx. 15 mins
2010-07-02 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US + Jill Tracy set
2010-07-02 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck soundcheck, approx. 30 mins
2010-08-21 Kanaliena.gr, Athens, Greece radio interview
2011 Rue Morgue Radio radio interview
2011-03-06 The Echo, Los Angeles, US
2011-03-07 91x Radio radio interview
2011-07-30 WJBC interview
2011-08-05 Combat Rock, LA Talk Radio, Los Angeles, CA, US radio interview
2011-10-07 Scream For Peace interview
2011-10-25 The Slidebar, Fullerton, US Love & Rockets set
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – version 1 edited / corrected version (original WAV)
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – version 2 incl. lots of glitchs due bandwitch/server problems (audio taken from MPG video, very distorted)
2011-11-20 Suicide Girls interview w/ David J, Michael Berg, Ysanne Spavak
2012-02-23 The Blonde Eyed Black Show with Jagger, Radio Clutch interview
2012-06-08 KEXP Radio Session Uncompressed HQ version from original broadcast
2012-07-12 Cold Ones & Rolled Ones, Radio Valencia interview by Ami Lawless
2012-09-01 On The Set w Jasper Cole interview
2012-09-12 Getting the Magic with David J interview
2012-09-26 WRIR, Richmond, VA interview
2012-11-01 Leeds, UK
2012-11-03 Electrowerks, London, UK
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – soundcheck
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – version 1
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – version 2
2012-11-16 Labour Club, Northampton, UK
2013-03-01 107.1 KZME Radio – Music Where You Live – live session
2013-11-23 Echoplex, Los Angeles, US
2014 The Revenue interview
2014-04-24 WFMU radio session – edited mp3 version music only
2014-04-24 WFMU radio session – full show full show w/ interview
2014-05-01 Sirius Xm live session + interview
2014-05-16 DarkMark show David J & Sasha Grey
2014-05-16 DarkMark show video David J & Sasha Grey
2014-05-24 Afternoon Delight, 90.9 FM KRCL live session + interview
2014-05-27 Adam Corolla show interview
2014-09-04 The Pharmacy interview
2014-11-05 Empire Of Vampires: Lying In State, Ground Zero interview
2014-11-11 Joe’s Bar, New York, NY, US book reading & live
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – audience version
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – soundboard version
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck
2015-05-30 Atlantis Bookshop, London, UK – reading
2015-06-01 Kinks Room, Muswell Hill Clissold Arms, London, UK
2016-03-31 Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI, US
2016-04-15 The Lost Church (Private Parlor Show), San Francisco, CA, US

video

2007-02-14 Cafe du Nord, San Francisco, CA AVI files on DVD
2007-02-23 An Evening With The Devil’s Muse, Live at The Safari Sam’s Released on The Devil’s Muse Deluxe Edition DVD
2010-04-23 Chrome Lotus, Santa Rosa, US incomplete recording, MOV video (~750 MB)
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – DVD video incomplete (salvaged from the original webcast video)
2012-01-26 Christy’s on the Square, Santa Rosa, CA, US 4 songs only – HD quality MTS videos (1,6 GB)
2013-09-12 Cafe Du Nord, San Francisco, CA, US w/ Adrian H, MP4 videos
2014-03-14 SWSX, Ginger Man, Austin, TX, US MP4 videos
2016-04-15 The Lost Church (Private Parlor Show), San Francisco, CA, US – 3 songs from Periscope broadcast

Love And Rockets

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1985-11-23 Irving Plaza, New York City, NY, US
1985-12-08 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US
1985-12-21 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US II. – version 1 incomplete last track – misdated as 06/13/86 ***
1985-12-21 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US II. – version 2 missing last track
1985-12-xx Washington DC, USA I. – version 1 missing first & last tracks, misdated as 06/29/85
1985-12-xx Washington DC, USA I. – version 2 missing first & last tracks
1986-05-25 The Marquee, London, UK
1986-06-13 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US I. missing first track, misdated as 12/21/85 ***
1986-09-29 Rock City, Nottingham, UK
1986-09-30 Warehouse, Leeds, UK ***
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 1 ***
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 2 **burning errors**
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 3 splitted to tracks
1986-10-03 International, Manchester, UK ***
1986-10-04 Astoria, London, UK ***
1986-11-06 The Metro, Boston, US – version 1 Club Spit??
1986-11-06 The Metro, Boston, US – version 2
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 1
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 2
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 3
1986-12-07 Billy’s, New Orleans, Louisiana, US – audio
1986-12-20 Paladium, Hollywood, US – version 1 Radio broadcast
1986-12-20 Paladium, Hollywood, US – version 2 Radio broadcast
1987 Night Network, UK Satellite TV
1987 Nottingham Local Radio
1987-10-09 Glasgow University, UK Audience / Av/G Mono
1987-10-11 Bierkeller, Bristol, UK – version 1 incomplete
1987-10-11 Bierkeller, Bristol, UK – version 2 – full full version
1987-10-12 International, Manchester, UK
1987-10-13 Polytechnic, Leeds, UK
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version 1 audio ***
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version 3 audio
1987-11-11 Student Union, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, US
1987-11-12 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY, US
1987-11-16 Page Auditorium, Duke University, Durham, US Misdated as 1987-10-16 -Durham, UK
1987-12-02 KROQ, Los Angeles
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 1 Radio broadcast
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 2 Radio broadcast, released tracks have been removed
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 3
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 4
1987-12-11 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, US – version 1
1987-12-11 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, US – version 2
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – The Bubbleman opening for L&R
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – version 1
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – version 2 + 4 Rochester tracks
1988-04-15 Alexander Palestra, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US
1988-04-18 Roseland Ballroom, New York City, NY, US
1988-04-29 Riviera, Chicago, IL, US
1988-04-30 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, US – version 1 Show aborted after about an hour
1988-04-30 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, US – version 2
1988-05-07 S.D.S.U., San Diego, US III. – version 1 unspitted ***
1988-05-07 S.D.S.U., San Diego, US III. – version 2 splitted to tracks
1988-05-08 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA, US – version 1 date corrected from 88/08/08
1988-05-08 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA, US – version 2
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 1 – CD 1
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 1 – CD 2
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 2
1988-06-08 E.N.T.P.E, Lyon, France ***
1988-06-09 Bataclan, Paris, France wrong song order ***
1988-06-11 UBU, Rennes, France
1988-06-19 Dominion Theatre, London, England, United Kingdom
1988-06-28 Super Channel, UK Satellite TV
1989 American Top Ten
1989 Rapido
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 1
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 2 – CD 1
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 2 – CD 2
1989-08-28 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto, Canada
1989-09-02 Fox Theater, St. Louis, US
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 1 – CD 1 or 09/15???
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 1 – CD 2 or 09/15???
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 2 or 09/15??? – spitted version
1989-09-19 Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI, US
1989-09-26 Ritz, New York City, NY, US I.
1989-09-27 Ritz, New York City, NY, US II.
1989-10-02 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. – CD 1
1989-10-02 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. – CD 2
1994-xx-xx Music View interview short interview
1995-12 Cat’s Paw, Atlanta, GA, US – version 1 99X-FM “Live X” program
1995-12 Cat’s Paw, Atlanta, GA, US – version 2
1995-12 Live 105 Green Christmas, Community Center, Berkeley, CA, US – version 1 unknown radio broadcast
1995-12-15 Live 105 Green Christmas, Community Center, Berkeley, CA, US – version 2
1996-03-12 Loveline interview
1996-03-19 La Luna, Portland, USA – version 1
1996-03-19 La Luna, Portland, USA – version 2
1996-03-20 The Showbox, Seattle, WA, US
1996-04 MTV 120 Minutes Interview
1996-04-01 Washington DC, USA II. – version 1
1996-04-01 Washington DC, USA II. – version 2
1996-04-02 Irving Plaza, New York, US – version 1
1996-04-02 Irving Plaza, New York, US – version 2
1996-04-04 MTV Alternative Nation
1996-04-09 Metro, Chicago, US
1996-06-22 Fiddler’s Green, Denver, USA
1996-11-23 Festival Alternativo – Bs As Argentina, Estadio Ferro
1998-12-05 State Theater, Detroit, MI, US
1999-03-03 House of Blues, Chicago, IL, US
1999-03-04 Mancow’s Morning Madhouse, Chicago, IL, US
1999-03-04 The Metro, Chicago, IL, US – CD1
1999-03-04 The Metro, Chicago, IL, US – CD2
1999-03-05 First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, US
1999-03-12 The Showbox, Seattle, US misdated as 3/21/99
1999-03-26 House of Blues French Quarter New Orleans, LA
1999-03-31 Irving Plaza,New York City, NY, US incomplete (old songs only)
1999-04-01 Irving Plaza, NY, US
1999-05-06 San Francisco, CA, US
1999-05-09 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 Farewell shows
1999-05-09/10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 Farewell shows
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 – version 1 last L&R show
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 – version 1
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 3 Farewell shows + bonus tracks
2008-04-22 The Glasshouse, Pomona, CA, US
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US – version 1 recorded from webcast
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US – version 2 audience recording
2008-07-04 Superbock Festival, Porto, Portugal
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US – version 1 recorded from webcast
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US – version 2 audience recording

video

  If There Is A Heaven Above 1 track DVD
  MTV appearances Compilation DVD
  Sorted! The best of Official DVD
  TV appearances I. Compilation DVD
  TV appearances II. – Assorted Transfered from VHS source material, DVD
1986-12-07 Billy’s, New Orleans, Louisiana, US – video
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version2 DVD
1989-07-19 San Diego, US Live DVD, Kevin’s B-day
1996-04-07 The Odeon, Cleveland, OH, US Live DVD
1996-06-22 Fiddler’s Green, Denver, USA Live DVD
1996-07-18 Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
1996-11-27
Crazy Rock Festival, Santiago, Chile TV broadcast, Live DVD + promo videos
1999-03-22 Deep Ellum, Dallas, TX, US Live DVD
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US DVD + ASF video
2008-07-04 Superbock Festival, Porto, Portugal Pro-shot Live DVD
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US ASF video

Peter Murphy

audio

1986-05-23 Venice, Italy second solo PM gig
1986-05-28 Piper Club, Rome, Italy – version 1
1986-05-28 Piper Club, Rome, Italy – version 2 incomplete
1986-07-05 Royal Court, Liverpool, UK – version 1 ***
1986-07-05 Royal Court, Liverpool, UK – version 2
1986-07-06 Piccadily Theatre, London, UK
1986-07-08 Northampton, Derngate Centre, UK – version 1 Audience / G/VG Stereo
1986-07-08 Northampton, Derngate Centre, UK – version 2
1986-10-03 Vernier, Geneva, Switzerland incomplete recording, SBD ???
1986-10-17 St. Albans City Hall
1986-10-25 Queen Margaret, Glasgow, UK – version 1 ***
1986-10-25 Queen Margaret, Glasgow, UK – version 2
1986-10-31 University, Hull, UK
1986-2008 Various live
1987-02-10 Paradise Theatre, Boston, US
1987-02-14 The Ritz, New York City, US
1987-02-19 RPM / Fantasy Club – Toronto FM recording
1987-02-21 St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, US
1987-02-22 Metro, Chicago, US I.
1987-02-26 The Palace, Hollywood AUD1
1987-02-27 El Cortez Convention Center, San Diego, US
1987-02-28 Fender’s Ballroom, Long Beach incomplete (4 tracks)
1988-03-22 La Locomotive, Paris, France I. ***
1988-03-23 La Locomotive, Paris, France II. ***
1988-03-24 La Locomotive, Paris, France III. ***
1988-04-21 Paradise Theatre, Boston, US
1988-05-06 Metro, Chicago, US II.
1988-05-07 Eagles Club, Milwaukee, WI, US
1988-05-13 Exotic John Anson Ford Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
1988-05-16 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA, US
1988-05-25 Town & Country Club. London, UK – CD 1 ***
1988-05-25 Town & Country Club. London, UK – CD 2 ***
1988-06-12 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – CD 1
1988-06-12 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – CD 2
1988-07-26 Belenenses Pavillion, Lisbon, Portugal – CD 1 (88/06/26 date corrected!)
1988-07-26 Belenenses Pavillion, Lisbon, Portugal – CD 2 (88/06/26 date corrected!)
1988-07-27 Rivoli, Oporto, Portugal – CD1 (88/06/27 date corrected!)
1988-07-27 Rivoli, Oporto, Portugal – CD2 (88/06/27 date corrected!)
1988-08-14 Orpheum, San Francisco, US
1988-09-09 Orpheum, Boston, MA, US
1990 Chicago, US FM Broadcast from WXRT 93.1
1990-03-08 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 1
1990-03-08 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 2
1990-03-09 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 1
1990-03-09 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 2
1990-03-23 Mahaffey Theatre, St. Petersburg, Florida, US Westwood One 105.3FM 1990-06-03 broadcast
1990-03-29 Civic Center, Raleigh, US
1990-04-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US second show
1990-04-17 Concert Hall, Toronto, Canada – CD 1
1990-04-17 Concert Hall, Toronto, Canada – CD 2
1990-04-21 Manhattan College, in The Bronx, New York, US – CD 1
1990-04-21 Manhattan College, in The Bronx, New York, US – CD 2
1990-07-11 Riviera Theatre, Buffalo, US
1990-08-07 Universal Amphiheatre, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 (90-08-08 date corrected!)
1990-08-07 Universal Amphiheatre, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 (90-08-08 date corrected!)
1990-09-22 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, Portugal – CD1 (90/08/22 date corrected!)
1990-09-22 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, Portugal – CD2 (90/08/22 date corrected!)
1990-09-23 Coliseu du Porto, Oporto, Portugal I. (90/08/23 date corrected!)
1990-10-08 Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany – version 1
1990-10-08 Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany – version 2 master, incomplete
1992-04-19 New Noise Festival, Phillipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany German radio broadcast
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – CD 1
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – CD 2
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – version 2
1992-06-12 Roseland, New York, US (92/02/19 date corrected!)
1992-06-13 Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park, US
1992-07-06 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, US Westwood One Radio Show CD, 1993-10-11 broadcast
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada – CD 1
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada – CD 2 last song is incomplete
1995-07-08 Moore Theater, Seattle, US master
1995-07-15 Utah State Fairpark Colosseum, Salt Lake City, Utah, US
1995-07-20 Liberty Lunch, Austin, US
1995-07-20 Liberty Lunch, Austin, US – version 2
1995-08-13 Vic Theatre, Chicago Radio broadcast on WXRT, Chicago
1995-08-13 Vic Theatre, Chicago – version 2
1995-09-21 Oporto – Portugal II. Coliseu du Porto
1998 WNNX-FM, Atlanta
2000-02-26 El Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
2000-02-26 El Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
2000-03-08 Utah State Fairpark Horticulture Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, US – CD 1
2000-03-08 Utah State Fairpark Horticulture Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, US – CD 2
2000-03-14 Riviera, Chicago, US
2000-04-04 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA – Encores Audio only
2000-04-04 House of Blues, Los Angeles, US
2000-11-14 Metro, Chicago, IL, US
2000-11-18 DV8, Salt Lake City, Utah, US private club
2000-11-27 Just For Love Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana, CA
2000-12-03 Salon XXI, Mexico City, Mexico
2002-05-11 Vic Theater, Chicago, US
2002-05-21 The Fillmore, San Francisco, US – CD 1
2002-05-21 The Fillmore, San Francisco, US – CD 2
2002-05-23 HOB, Los Angeles, CA, US
2002-06-07 RadioIO Webcast
2002-06-07 The Marquee, Jacksonville, FL, US – CD 1 SBD quality
2002-06-07 The Marquee, Jacksonville, FL, US – CD 2 SBD quality
2002-06-12 Axis, Boston – CD1
2002-06-12 Axis, Boston – CD2
2002-06-14 Irving Plaza, New York, US – CD 1
2002-06-14 Irving Plaza, New York, US – CD 2
2002-06-15 Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, US – CD 1
2002-06-15 Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, US – CD 2
2002-08-01 Islington Union Chapel, London, UK – CD 1
2002-08-01 Islington Union Chapel, London, UK – CD 2
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 2 – CD 1
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 2 – CD 2
2005-05-13 The Masquerade, Atlanta, US
2005-05-15 9:30 Club, Washington, US
2005-05-16 B.B. King’s Blues Club, New York, US
2005-05-23 Showbox, Seattle, US – CD 1
2005-05-23 Showbox, Seattle, US – CD 2
2005-05-26 House of Blues, San Diego, US – CD 1
2005-05-26 House of Blues, San Diego, US – CD 2
2005-07-09 Zoobar, Roma, Italy
2005-07-16 Emergency Unit Radio Interview
2005-07-19 Scala, London, UK – CD 1
2005-07-19 Scala, London, UK – CD 2
2005-07-20 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK – CD 1
2005-07-20 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK – CD 2
2005-07-21 Academy 3, Manchester, UK The last 2.5 track were not recorded
2005-07-29 Vilar de Mouros Summer Festival, Vilar de Mouros, Portugal main set only
2006-06-07 HiFi Buys Amphitheatre, Atlanta, US
2006-07-01 Chicago Radio Show Rehearsals NIN w/ Peter Murphy
2006-07-01 Q101 Radio Session, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, Chicago, US
2007-11-30 Pavilhao Municipal de Gaia, Gaia, Portugal – CD 1
2007-11-30 Pavilhao Municipal de Gaia, Gaia, Portugal – CD 2
2007-12-02 Copernico, Madrid, Spain – CD 1
2007-12-02 Copernico, Madrid, Spain – CD 2
2008-05-11 WMPG FM 90.9 MP3
2008-06-17 House Of Blues, Chicago, US
2008-06-18 Royal Oak Music Theater, Detroit, US
2008-06-22 The Tralf, Buffalo, US – CD 1
2008-06-22 The Tralf, Buffalo, US – CD 2
2008-06-27 Gramercy Theatre, New York, US
2008-06-29 Trocadero, Philadelphia, US – CD 1
2008-06-29 Trocadero, Philadelphia, US – CD 2
2008-07-05 Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale, USA – CD 1
2008-07-05 Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale, USA – CD 2
2008-07-11 Emo’s, Austin, TX
2008-07-12 House of Blues, Dallas, US – CD 1
2008-07-12 House of Blues, Dallas, US – CD 2
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM 719
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM 719
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 2 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM T145
2008-11-01 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisboa, Portugal
2008-11-02 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal
2008-2009 NIN guest appearances 2008/2009 compilation from various sources
2009-02-11 Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires, Argentina low quality MP3
2009-02-17 Circo Volado, Mexico City, Mexico
2009-02-26 Rock&Pop Radio
2009-03-19 SXSW, Elysium, Austin, US incomplete recording –
2009-03-19 SXSW, Elysium, Austin, US – YouTube clips from YouTube
2009-05-31 WGT, Agrahalle, Leipzig, Germany
2009-06-18 Emos, Austin, TX, US
2009-07-06 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – I. – version 1
2009-07-06 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – I. – version 2
2009-07-06 Radio 101.9 RXP New York, US
2009-07-07 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – II.
2009-07-09 Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA, US
2009-07-11 Opera House, Toronto, Canada
2009-07-14 House of Blues, Chicago, US
2009-08-29 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, US NIN guest appearance
2009-09-29 La Locomotive, Paris, France
2009-10-10 The Assembly, Leamington Spa, UK
2009-10-11 O2 Indigo, London, UK
2009-10-12 Junction, Cambridge, UK – version 1
2009-10-12 Junction, Cambridge, UK – version 2
2009-10-15 Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
2009-10-16 Berlin – FM
2009-10-23 Handelsbeurs, Gent, Belgium
2009-10-27 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain MP3, incomplete
2009-10-31 Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal
2009-11-01 Casa Da Musica, Porto, Portugal low quality MP3, one track
2010-07-25 88FM, Tel Aviv, Israel interview + live session
2010-08-01 The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, UK – Version 1
2010-08-01 The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, UK – Version 2
2010-08-05 Dingwalls, London, UK
2010-08-06 The Corporation, Sheffield, UK – version 1
2010-08-06 The Corporation, Sheffield, UK – version 2
2010-08-07 Rebellion Festival, Blackpool, UK
2010-08-08 Festival of Friends, Hamilton, Canada
2010-08-10 Lee’s Place, Tononto, ON, Canada
2010-09-09 Festa do Leitao Agueda, Agueda, Portugal
2011-03-11 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA, US + Reckless In Vegas set
2011-03-13 Galaxy Theater, Santa Ana, CA, US
2011-03-14 Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, US – version 1
2011-03-14 Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, US – version 2 missing last song
2011-03-18 Granada Theater, Dallas, US
2011-04-02 Highline Ballroom, New York, US
2011-04-06 91.3 FM WYEP, Pittsburgh, US
2011-04-10 Reggie’s, Chicago, US Track 02 – Low Room missing from recording
2011-06-07 J&R Music World, New York, NY, US
2011-06-08 101RXP – The Rock Show, US
2011-06-08 Delancey, New York, NY, US
2011-06-09 91X, San Diego, US phone interview
2011-06-12 Q104.3 – Out of The Box with Jonathan Clarke audio taken from webcast video + FLV videos
2011-06-15 91X – Robin Roth Show, San Diego, US
2011-06-15 Phaser Control Studios, San Diego, US – radio version broadcasted on FM 94/9 (09/11/2011)
2011-06-16 Amoeba Records, Los Angeles, US – audio
2011-06-17 Pappy & Harriet’s, Pioneertown, CA, US
2011-06-18 Exit 97.7 WEXT – Acoustic Sunrise, US
2011-06-29 The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, US
2011-07-15 Take Five – WFUV 90.7
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – mixed version mixed audio from radio & YouTube videos
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – radio version incl. 3 live tracks + 15 mins interview
2011-10-02 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal – Version 1
2011-10-02 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal – Version 2
2011-10-03 Heineken, Madrid, Spain 2 versions (raw & edited)
2011-10-04 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain
2011-10-12 Islington Garage, London, UK
2011-10-13 O2 Acadamy, Bristol, UK
2011-10-15 Cockpit, Leeds, UK – CD 1
2011-10-15 Cockpit, Leeds, UK – CD 2
2011-10-15 Liz Kershaw Show interview
2011-10-16 Academy 2, Liverpool, UK
2011-10-20 La Flčche d’or, Paris, France
2011-11-06 The Prophet Bar, Dallas, TX, US
2011-11-19 Trocedaro, Philadelphia, US
2011-11-26 Metro, Chicago, US
2011-11-28 Bluebird Theater Denver, US Mp3
2011-12-03 Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR, US
2011-12-08 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, US
2011-12-09 The Glass House, Pomona, CA, US
2012-02-09 The Menace’s Attic, IndieSF.com interview
2012-02-22 END HITS interview
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – audio audio taken from webcast
2012-06-27 Radio Vorterix Rock 103.1, Agrentina interview
2012-08-16 The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, US
2012-08-24 The Wick, Brooklyn, New York, US
2012-09-27 Soundcheck, WNYC
2012-12-29 Constellation Room, Santa Ana, US Full performance of ‘Deep’
2012-12-30 The Observatory, Santa Ana, US Bauhaus set
2013-04-24 Granada Theater, Dallas, TX, US raw & edited versions
2013-05-07 Webster Hall, New York, NY, US
2013-05-09 Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA, US
2013-05-16 House of Blues, Chicago, IL, US
2013-05-19 Museo Diego Rivera, Anahuacalli, Mexico City, Mexico
2013-05-27 Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy
2013-05-29 Sala Arena, Madrid, Spain unedited
2013-05-30 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal
2013-06-05 Trabendo, Paris, France
2013-06-06 Effenaar, Eindhoven, Nederland
2013-06-17 O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
2013-07-18 Visual Arts Collective, Boise, ID, US
2013-07-20 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, Canada
2013-08-08 Teatro Metropolitan, Mexico City, Mexico
2013-12-01 Yu Gong Live House, Beijing, China
2014-06-17 Magic Stick, Detroit, MI, US incomplete
2014-06-20 Double Door, Chicago, IL, US
2014-06-27 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, Canada
2014-06-28 The Showbox at the Market, Seattle, WA, US
2014-07-01 The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA, US
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – audience version
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – SBD version
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck
2015-06-14 Ink N Iron, RMS Queen Mary – Long Beach, CA, US
2015-10-25 The Strombo Show – Halloween Special interview
2016-04-03 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco, CA, US
2016-04-22 Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY, US
2016-04-28 The North Door, Austin, TX, US
2016-05-05 Transmission radio show
2016-05-16 Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal
2016-05-18 Islington O2 Academy, London, UK

video

  TV appearances Compilation DVD
1983-12-08 La Edad de Oro, TVE Studios, Madrid, Spain dance performance + interview
1987-95 TV 1987-1995 TV appearances DVD
1988-03-27 Sadlers Wells Theatre, UK Live DVD
1990-02-09 Shibuya Kodido, Tokyo, Japan Live DVD
1990-05-17 Town & Country Club, London, UK Live DVD, (several drop-outs)
1990-06-09 Ragazzi RTL TV, on DVD
1992 Live Request DVD Pro shot DVD
1992-04-19 Phillipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany Live DVD
1992-04-22 Denis Miller Show on DVD
1992-06-22 Cameo Theatre, Miami Beach, US Live DVD
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada Live DVD
1995-05-28 Late Night Live MTV DVD
1995-07-25 Wild Birds / Live In Concert 1995/ MTV Interview & Performance Promo clips + Live DVD
2000-04-04 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA
2002-06-13 Tower Records, New York, US
2002-06-13 Tower Records, New York, US – DVD version Live DVD
2002-2009 Pro-shot videos FLV, MP4, WMV, MPG
2011-06-15 Phaser Control Studios, San Diego, US – YouTube version
2011-06-16 Amoeba Records, Los Angeles, US – video video taken from Amoeba website
2011-06-28 ExtraTV audio taken from webcast video + FLV videos
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – YouTube videos
2011-10-04 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain Live DVD
2011-10-25 Knust, Hamburg, Germany 1 track only
2011-10-xx FlyTV, UK
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – audience video audience video – incomplete (4 missing songs)
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – soundcheck video soundcheck – HD videos
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – webcast webcast video
2012-08-24 The Wick, Brooklyn, New York, US – video 2 tracks (MOV)

Tones On Tail

audio

1983-10-14 Dannys Flat Interview, Northampton, UK Jugent vol.8,
1984 Saturday Live, Radio One, London UK
1984-05-24 Limit Club, Sheffield, UK
1984-05-25 Beir Keller, Leeds, UK
1984-05-27 Nitemoves, Glasgow, UK
1984-05-28 The Gallery, Manchester, UK
1984-05-30 The Carioca on Xtacy Club Night, Worthing, UK
1984-05-31 Upstairs at Eric’s, Bournemouth, UK
1984-06-05 The Venue, London, UK
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 2 mislabeled as ‘Beir Keller, Leeds, UK 1984-05-25’
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 3 mislabeled as ‘Music Machine, LA, US 1984-10-11’
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 1 Audience / G/VG Stereo
1984-10-19 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, USA – version 1 missing last song
1984-10-19 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, USA – version 2
2009-07-15 KRJC Radio, Los Altos Hills, CA

If you have anything I don’t have then pls let me know
(just add a comment here or send an email to bauhausgigguide[at]yahoo[dot]com)
I’m always up for a trade…

Peter Murphy – Non album tracks compilation CD

This is a self made collection of Peter Murphy’s digital only releases, contributions and guest appearances from 2001 to 2015. Most of the tracks are available to buy in digital format on Amazon and iTunes. However, there is one yet unreleased track here called ‘Keep Coming Back’ which will be released at some point next year. As the original version is about 10 minutes long with 6+ min. very repetitive (and annoying) intro I have edited it to make it listenable and Sarah Fimm’s ‘Evolution (alt.mix)’ has been added to fill the gap (but I’m not really sure if Peter was involved in that track, one source mentions his name, another not).

01, Hurt w/ Trent Reznor 4:29
Released as iTunes single 2009
02, Instant Karma (John Lenon) 2:35
Released as iTunes single 2009
03, Idle Flow w/ Rambient 5:31
Released on So Many Worlds album 2001
04, Pretty Bleak w/ Loudboy 3:11
Released on Loudboy album 2011
05, Crumbs and Broken Shells /w Sarah Fimm 5:04
Released on Red Yellow Sun album 2009
06, Clean Break w/ Paul Statham (The Dark Flowers) 5:12
Released on Radioland album 2015
07, Today w/ KMFDM 4:41
Released on  'Unreleased - Remixes And Rare' via KMFDM STORE 2004
08, Edenbridge w/ Agoria 7:37
Released on The Green Armchair album 2006
09, Twist Your Fate 3:57
Released on 'Catacombs Original Soundtrack' album 2007
10, Crumbs and Broken Shells (Alt. Mix) w/ Sarah Fimm 5:04
Released on The Vanishing Sessions (B-Sides Part I) album 2009
11, We Dive w/ Rambient 4:39
Released on So Many Worlds album 2001
12, Subhanallah (original) w/ Shengul 2:17
Released on The Grid VHS 2000
13, Tender Green w/ Jessie Mayer 3:44
Released on 'Jessie Mayer's Album' 2013
14, Space Oddity (David Bowie) 6:29
Released as iTunes single 2009
15, Evolution (alternate mix) w/ Sarah Fimm 4:53
Released on The Vanishing Sessions (B-Sides Part I) album 2009
16, Keep Coming Back (edit) 4:15
Unreleased 2015
17, Transmission (Live and Cracklin) 4:12
Released as iTunes single 2009

Running time: 77:50

 

Peter Murphy – Radio sessions 2007-2011 2 CDs

Here is another compilation I made a few years ago. It contains Ninth era acoustic radio and TV sessions and some live soundboard recordings from the same years. Most of the tracks were recorded by myself from live radio streams or webcasts and I’m sure some of them are still available in their archive. Live recordings were taken from Peter Murphy’s official MySpace and Mark Gemini Thwaite’s Soundcloud sites.

CD 1

01, A Strange Kind of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [*] 5:05
02, Secret [**] 3:58
03, Never Fall Out [**] 4:03
04, I Spit Roses [***] 3:19
05, Indigo Eyes [***] 4:14
06, A Strange Kind of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [***] 4:17
07, Seesaw Sway [+] 3:59
08, Cuts You Up [++] 4:45
09, The Prince And Old Lady Shade [++] 4:05
10, A Strange Kind of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [+++] 5:29
11, Seesaw Sway [x] 4:07
12, I’ll Fall With Your Knife [x] 3:50
13, The Prince & Old Lady Shade [x] 4:31
14, Gaslit [x] 4:51
15, I Spit Roses [xx] 3:36
16, The Prince And Old Lady Shade [xx] 4:40
17, A Strange Kind of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [xxx] 5:06

Running time: 73:55

02/26/2009 – Rock&Pop 95.9 – Day Tripper – Buenos Aires, Argentina [*] – TRACK 01
07/06/2009 – Radio 101.9 RXP – The Rock Show – New York, US [**] – TRACK 02, 03
10/16/2009 – Radio Eins – Berlin, Germany [+++] – TRACK 10
07/25/2010 – 88FM – Tel Aviv, Israel [xxx] – TRACK 17
04/06/2011 – 91.3 FM WYEP – Pittsburgh, US [***] – TRACK 04, 05, 06
06/12/2011 – Q104.3 – Out of The Box with Jonathan Clarke – New York, US [++] – TRACK 08, 09
06/15/2011 – 91X – Robin Roth show – San Diego, US [+] – TRACK 07
06/15/2011 – Phaser Control Studios, FM 94-9, San Diego, CA, US [x] – TRACK 11, 12, 13, 14
10/??/2011 – FlyTV, UK [xx] – TRACK 15, 16

CD 2

01, The Prince And Old Lady Shade [#] 4:31
02, I Spit Roses [#] 3:59
03, Seesaw Sway [#] 4:48
04, A Strange Kind of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [#] 4:13
06, Seesaw Sway [##] 4:34
07, I Spit Roses [##] 3:44
08, I’ll Fall With Your Knife [##] 4:10
09, A Strange Kind Of Love – Bela Lugosi’s Dead [##] 4:28
10, The Prince and Old Lady Shade [##] 4:37
11, I’ll Fall With Your Knife w/Kerem Özyegen [###] 4:27

BONUS TRACKS (SOUNDBOARD RECORDINGS):

12, Tomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles) [@] 4:31
13, Dead Souls (Joy Division) [@] 4:20
14, The Sweetest Drop incl. Moon River [@@] 6:18
15, Time Has Nothing To Do With It incl. Starman [@@@] 7:01
16, Transmission (Joy Division) [$] 4:13
17, Telegram Sam (T.Rex) [$$] 2:08
18, Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie) [$$] 3:11

Running time: 75:13

10/25/2007 – Live at “Emin misin? Değil misin?”, Dream TV, Turkey [###]
06/08/2011 – 101.9 RXP – The Rock Show – New York, US [#]
07/15/2011 – WFUV 90.7 / WNYE 91.5 – The Alternate Side – New York, US [##]

 

11/30/2007 – Gaia Pavillion, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal [@]
06/27/2008 – Blender Theater, New York, NY, United States [$]
07/06/2008 – House of Blues, Orlando, FL, United States [@@]
11/02/2008 – Coliseu do Porto, Porto, Portugal [@@@]
07/26/2010 – Israeli Performance Art Opera House, Tel Aviv, Israel [$$]

 

Bauhaus/related – Live rarities 8 CDs

I have started working on this project back in 2010. My original idea was to compile Bauhaus live rarities including unreleased tracks and cover versions but later I decided to add related bands (Love & Rockets, Tones on Tail) and solo stuff (David J,  Daniel Ash, Peter Murphy) as well. I went through my bootleg collection and turned out to have about +150 tracks. I  finished with a 3 CD set of David J material and one disc of Love & Rockets / Tones On Tail / Daniel Ash back then and also did initial track selection for the Peter Murphy discs. Unfortunately I haven’t had time to make it complete till now. Now Peter Murphy and Bauhaus discs are done. The full set contains about 11,5 hours of music (161 tracks).

I had a rule to add just UNRELEASED original songs, cover versions and self-covers (Peter Murphy’s versions of Bauhaus songs, David J’s versions of Love And Rockets & Bauhaus songs etc.). There are a few exceptions (marked with red). However, most of them were added before they got released.

Please note, this page is intended for informational purposes only, I’m not selling or trading the CDs (except the 3xDavid J CDs). But several recordings I used could be found online so feel free to use it as a guide and make your own compilations.

 CD 1: BAUHAUS

01, Maids When You’re Young – acapella (traditional) [@@] 2:13
02, Some Faces (Bauhaus) [+] 2:16
03, Colours Part I. (Bauhaus) [**] 3:27
04, The Passenger (Iggy Pop) [@@] 4:07
05, Bite My Hip (Bauhaus) [++] 2:45
06, Colours Part II. (Bauhaus) [***] 2:48
07, Shows (Bauhaus) [+] 1:56
08, Transmission / St. Vitus Dance (Joy Division / Bauhaus) [@@@] 4:37
09, Colours Part III. (Bauhaus) [***] 3:21
10, My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is) (Jimmy Van Heusen/Sammy Cahn) [+++] 2:29
11, Fever w/ Birthday Party (Peggy Lee) [*] 4:08
12, Bewley Brothers (David Bowie) [×] 4:48
13, Wild Things (The Troggs) [&&&] 0:42
14, Watch That Grandad Go (Bauhaus) [%%%] 4:04
15, All We Ever Wanted – full band (Bauhaus) [%%] 3:16
16, The Three Shadows Part III – poem (Bauhaus) [!!] 0:36
17, Departure – full band (Bauhaus) [%] 4:28
18, Fishcakes – poem (Bauhaus)[–] 0:30
19, Paranoia Paranoia – (Bauhaus)[!] 2:07
20, Mask – early version (Bauhaus)[-] 4:41
21, Muscle In Plastic – early version (Bauhaus)[—] 3:11
22, Waiting For The Man /w Nico (Velvet Underground)[!!!] 4:04
23, The Sanity Assassin (Bauhaus)[@] 3:55
24, In Fear Of Fear – guitar version (Bauhaus)[&] 3:00
25, Dark Entries – long intro version (Bauhaus)[&&] 5:11

Track 07 – Incomplete ‘Shows’ was released on ‘Live In The Studio 1979 CD’, but this one is the full length version.
Track 14-19 – One-off live versions
Track 20-25 – Misc live rarities

 

03/03/1979 – Racecourse Pavilion, Northampton, UK [+] – Track 2, Track 7 (M)
03/29/1980 – SO Club, Berlin, Germany [++] – Track 5 (A)
09/09/1980 – Space Place,Chicago, US [+++] – Track 10 (M)
03/06/1981 – Bookies, Detroit, US [-] – Track 20 (A)
09/03/1981 – Nite Club, Edinburg, UK [–] – Track 18 (A)
03/30/1981 – Heaven, London UK [—] – Track 21 (A)
06/27/1981 – Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK [*] – Track 11 (A)
11/21/1981 – Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland [**] – Track 3 (A)
11/22/1981 – Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands [***] – Track 6, Track 9 (A)
02/28/1982 – Rotters, Manchester, UK  [%] – Track 17 (A)
06/11/1982 – Adelphi Theatre, London, UK [%%] – Track 15 (A)
07/04/1982 – Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK [%%%] – Track 14 (A)
10/19/1982 – Rock City, Nottingham, UK [!] – Track 19 (A)
10/21/1982 – Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK [!!] – Track 16 (A)
10/22/1982 – University, Salford, UK [!!!] – Track 22 (A)
12/07/1982 – Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US [&] – Track 24 (A)
05/12/1983 – Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France [&&] – Track 25 (A)
08/13/1998 – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, US [&&&] – Track 13 (V)
08/28/1998 – The Riviera, Chicago, IL, US [@] – Track 23 (W)
09/25/1998 – Bren Events Center, Irvine, US [@@] – Track 1, Track 4 (A)
02/17/2006 – Coliseu, Porto, Portugal [@@@] – Track 8 (A)
08/08/2009 – London Forum, UK [×] – Track 12 (A)

CD 2: PETER MURPHY – VOLUME ONE

01, Five Years – duet w/ Michael Sheehy (David Bowie) [*] 4:05
02, Heart Of Gold (Neil Young) [**] 3:25
03, Adrenaline / Be My Wife (Bauhaus / David Bowie) [***] 6:51
04, Warsaw w/ Trent Reznor (Joy Division) [+] 2:31
05, Tomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles) [++] 4:24
06, Raw Power (The Stooges) [+++] 4:09
07, Spirit w/ long intro (Bauhaus) [-] 6:07
08, Can You Hear Me (David Bowie) [–] 3:58
09, Slider (T.Rex) [—] 3:53
10, All The Young Dudes (David Bowie) [#] 5:23
11, Twenty-Four Hours w/ Trent Reznor (Joy Division) [+] 4:54
12, Lust for Life (Iggy Pop) [##] 5:21
13, Stay (Iggy Pop) [###] 6:31
14, She’s In Parties (Bauhaus) [***] 5:29
15, All That Is My Own – Life Along the Borderline – A Tribute to Nico (Nico) [^] 5:29
16, Too Much 21st Century (Bauhaus) [^^] 4:09
17, Space Oddity – acoustic – first verse (David Bowie) [^^^] 1:18

Track 07 – Peter Murphy’s solo version is available on Mr Moonlight Tour: 35 Years of Bauhaus DVD (2014). This ‘Hundred Man version has a 2 min long intro.
Track 13 – Studio version is available on Should The World Fail To Fall Apart 2011 reissue .
Track 17 – Studio version was released as iTunes single in 2009. Live version was played during Dust (2002), Secret Covers(2009) and Dirty Dirt (2010) tours but this take is an early one-off take from 1990!

 

05-23-1986 – Venice, Italy [###] – Track 13 (A)
02/14/1987 – CFNY, The Ritz Club, New York, NY, US [-] – Track 7 (M)
03/24/1988 – La Locomotive, Paris, France [#] – Track 10 (A)
03/09/1990 – Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US [^^^] – Track 17 (A)
06/13/1992 – Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park, NJ, US [–] – Track 8 (A)
06/15/2002 – Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, NJ, US [*] – Track 1 (A)
07/01/2006 – First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Chicago, IL, US [+] – Track 4 (S)
11/30/2007 – Gaia Pavillion, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal [++] – Track 5 (A)
06/27/2008 – Blender Theater, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 3 (M)
10/11/2008 – Royal Festival Hall, London, England, UK [^] – Track 15 (A)
02/17/2009 – El Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico [##] – Track 12 (A)
07/11/2009 – Opera House, Toronto, ON, Canada [**] – Track 2 (A)
09/09/2010 – Festa do Leitao Agueda, Agueda, Portugal [+++] – Track 6 (A)
12/01/2013 – Yu Gong Live House, Beijing, China [—] – Track 9 (M)
07/06/2009 – Highline Ballroom, New York, US [^^] – Track 16 (A)

CD 3: PETER MURPHY – VOLUME TWO

01, Third Uncle (Brian Eno) [+++] 4:25
02, Bang A Gong (T.Rex) [*] 3:29
03, Reptile w/Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nail) [×] 7:34
04, Severance – impromtu version (Dead Can Dance) [××] 2:42
05, The Three Shadows II w/Daniel Ash (Bauhaus) [×××] 3:30
06, Atmosphere w/Trent Reznor (Joy Division) [+] 5:11
07, Strange w/Sarah Fimm (Sarah Fimm) [¤] 4:40
08, Abschied – Life Along the Borderline – A Tribute to Nico (Nico) [^] 4:52
09, The Kids – duet with Ali Eskandarian (Lou Reed) [¤¤] 3:50
10, Purple Rain (Prince) [¤¤¤] 5:40
11, Head Like Hole w/Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nail) [$] 5:32
12, Terror Couple Kill Colonel (Bauhaus) [++] 4:11
13, Don’t Trade Aid For Trade – unreleased (Peter Murphy) [$$] 4:50
14, Panic In Detroit (David Bowie) [$$$] 2:34
15, Niteclubbing w/Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nail) [×] 4:47
16, Burning From The Inside (Bauhaus) [***] 6:25
17, Turkish Prayer (for Michael Jackson) (traditional) [@] 0:53

Track 04 – Peter Murphy’s solo version is available on Mr Moonlight Tour: 35 Years of Bauhaus DVD (2014). This version is an ad-lib improvisation piece.
Track 07 – This live version is taken from Sarah Fimm’s ‘Karma Phala Music Project’ (2010)

 

07/08/1986 – Derngate Centre, Northampton, UK [×××] – Track 5 (A)
02/19/1987 – RPM / Fantasy Club, Toronto, ON, Canada [$$] – Track 13 (FM)
02/21/1987 – St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MI, US [$$$] – Track 14 (A)
05/06/1988 – Metro, Chicago, US [¤¤¤] – Track 10 (A)
06/15/2002 – Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, NJ, US [*] – Track 2 (A)
05/28/2005 – House of Blues, Anaheim, CA, US [¤] – Track 7 (M)
06/07/2006 – Radio studio, Atlanta, GA, US [$] – Track 11 (S)
06/23/2006 – Radio studio, Boston, MA, US [×] – Track 3, 15 (S)
07/01/2006 – First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Chicago, IL, US [+] – Track 6 (S)
11/30/2007 – Gaia Pavillion, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal [++] – Track 12 (A)
06/27/2008 – Blender Theater, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 16 (M)
07/11/2008 – EMOS, Austin, TX, US [××] – Track 4 (A)
07/12/2008 – House of Blues, Dallas, TX, US [¤¤] – Track 9 (A)
10/11/2008 – Royal Festival Hall, London, England, UK [^] – Track 8 (A)
07/07/2009 – Highline Ballroom, New York, US [@] – Track 17 (A)
09/09/2010 – Festa do Leitao Agueda, Agueda, Portugal [+++] – Track 1 (A)

CD 4: PETER MURPHY – VOLUME THREE

01, Wild Is In The Wind – acapella (David Bowie) [××] 2:28
02, Labyrinth w/Jessie Mayer (Jessie Mayer) [@@] 3:38
03, The Bogus Man / In Every Dream Home A Heartache (Roxy Music) [@@@] 7:38
04, Mütterlein – Life Along the Borderline – A Tribute to Nico (Nico) [^] 5:18
05, The Sanaty Assassin w/Trent Reznor (Bauhaus) [$] 3:37
06, That’s Life (Frank Sinatra) [%] 2:38
07, Warm Leatherette w/Trent Reznor (The Normal) [×] 3:47
08, Clear Spot  (Captain Beefheart) [%%] 3:46
09, Dreams w/Trent Reznor & TV On The Radio (TV On The Radio) [%%%] 5:20
10, Kick In The Eye (Bauhaus) [$$] 4:33
11, Dead Souls w/ Trent Reznor (Joy Division) [+] 4:56
12, Crema de la Crema – original version (Peter Murphy) [!] 5:02
13, Black Stone Heart (Bauhaus) [***] 4:36
14, Jean Genie (David Bowie) [!!] 3:37
15, Pink w/Reckless In Vegas (Reckless In Vegas) [!!!] 3:03
16, The Fields of Athenry duet w/ Daniel Murphy (traditional) [÷] 5:28
17, Tender Green w/ Jessie Mayer (Jessie Mayer) [÷÷] 3:58
18, The Three Shadows Part I. (Bauhaus) [÷÷÷] 3:25
19, improvisation bit [++] 1:01

Track 12 – Studio version is available on Ninth (2011) album. This live version was played during Dust (2002), it has very different arrangement than the released one.

 

02/19/1987 – RPM / Fantasy Club, Toronto, ON, Canada [$$] – Track 10 (FM)
07/26/1988 – Belenenses Pavillion, Lisboa, Portugal [!!] – Track 14 (A)
05/17/1990 – Town & Country Club, London, England, UK [%] – Track 6 (V)
10/08/1990 – Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany [%%] – Track 8 (A)
06/07/2002 – The Marquee, Jacksonville, FL, US [!] – Track 12 (M)
06/07/2006 – Radio studio, Atlanta, GA, US [$] – Track 5 (S)
06/13/2006 – Nissan Pavilion, Washington, DC, US [%%%] – Track 9 (S)
06/23/2006 – Radio studio, Boston, MA, US [×] – Track 7 (S)
07/01/2006 – First Midwest Bank Amphitheater, Chicago, IL, US [+] – Track 11 (S)
11/30/2007 – Gaia Pavillion, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal [++] – Track 19 (A)
06/27/2008 – Blender Theater, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 13 (M)
07/11/2008 – EMOS, Austin, TX, US [××] – Track 1 (A)
10/11/2008 – Royal Festival Hall, London, England, UK [^] – Track 4 (A)
10/10/2009 – The Assembly, Leamington Spa, UK [÷] – Track 16 (A)
10/31/2009 – Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal [@@@] – Track 3 (A)
03/11/2011 – Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA, US [!!!] – Track 15 (A)
04/02/2011 – Highline Ballroom, New York, NY, US [@@] – Track 2 (A)
11/19/2011 – Trocadero, Philadelphia, US [÷÷÷] – Track 18 (A)
06/08/2011 – Delancey, New York, NY, US [÷÷] – Track 17 (A)

DISC 5: LOVE AND ROCKETS – DANIEL ASH – TONES ON TAIL

LOVE & ROCKETS
01, Sex In Heaven – Intro  (???)  [***] 3:02
02, Physical (You’re So)  (Adam Ant)  [***] 3:44
03, We’ve Gotta Get Out of This Place  (Animals)  [+++] 3:05
04, 20th Century Boy  (T. Rex)  [-] 3:39
05, Sorted!  (Love And Rockets)  [+] 3:19
06, Singing The Blues  (Guy Mitchell)  [#] 1:47
07, Spanish Stroll  (Willy DeVille)  [##] 2:47
08, Loveless (Love And Rockets) [###] 3:12
09, Go! (Tones On Tail)  [**] 3:14
10, Should I Stay Or Should I Go? (The Clash) [~] 3:00
11, Slice Of Life (Bauhaus) [–] 4:03
12, Wanderin’ Star (Paint Your Wagon & Lee Marvin) [++] 0:25
13, 2000 Light Years From Home (Rolling Stones)  [—] 4:41
14, Lucier Sam (Pink Floyd)  [*] 2:31
15, Improvisation – Colours (Love And Rockets)  [#] 4:34
16, The Shadow – Intro (???)  [++] 2:21

DANIEL ASH
17, Waiting For The Man (The Velvet Underground)  [~~] 5:37
18, Gimme Some Lovin’ (Spencer Davis Group)  [~~~] 8:56

TONES ON TAIL
19, Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley)   [×××] 3:21
20, Slice of Life (Bauhaus)  [××]  4:03
21, OK This Is The Pops (Tones On Tail)  [×] 3:06

Track 05 – Studio version is available on 5 Album Box Set (2013).
Track 10 – Live version (from 2007) is available on Strummer, Joe – Tribute Concert: Cast A Long Shadow DVD (2011). Live version was played during the second leg of 1989 tour and later on few 2007 / 2008 gigs.
Track 14 – Studio version is available on 5 Album Box Set (2013). Live version was played in 1985 / 1986.
Track 18 – Studio version is available on Anthology (2013). Live version was played in 1993.
Track 19 – Studio version is available on Weird Pop (2011). Live version is also available on Everything! but I prefer this live take.
Track 21 – Studio version is available on Burning Skies, Everything! and Weird Pop (2011). This desk master version has been added as a filler track just because it sounds good enough.

 

??/??/1984 – UK tour [×] – Track 21 (M)
10/19/1984 – 7th St. Entry, Minneapolis, MN, US [×××] – Track 19 (A)
06/01/1984 – Grannies, Portsmouth, UK [××] – Track 20 (M)
10/02/1985 – The Ritz Club, New York, NY, US [*] – Track 14 (M)
11/30/1985 – Waterloo University, Kitchener, Canada [**] – Track 9 (M)
05/07/1988 – SDSU Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA, US  [***] – Track 1 (A) Track 2 (M)
05/09/1988 – Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, US  [+] – Track 5 (A)
07/14/1989 – Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA, US [++] – Track 12, 16 (A)
09/15/1989 – Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, US [+++] – Track 3 (A)
10/02/1989 – Constitution Hall, Washington, DC, US [#] – Track 6, 15 (A)
03/01/1993 – The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA, US [~~] – Track 18 (A)
03/16/1993 – Limelight, New York, NY, US [~~~] – Track 17 (A)
03/19/1996 – La Luna, Portland, OR, US [##] – Track 7 (A)
11/11/1996 – Crazy Rock Festival, Santiago, Chile [###] – Track 8 (T)
03/03/1999 – House of Blues, Chicago, IL, US [-] – Track 4 (A)
04/01/1999 – Irving Plaza, New York, NY, US [–] – Track 11 (A)
05/10/1999 – Roxy Theater, Los Angeles, CA, US [—] – Track 13 (A)
07/04/2008 – Parque Da Cidade, Porto, Portugal [~] – Track 10 (T)

DISC 6: DAVID J – VOLUME ONE

01, St. James Infirmary (traditional)  [###] 2:59
02, In Heaven w/ Black Francis (David Lynch) [##] 1:21
03, Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven (Love And Rockets) [***] 4:35
04, Dead And Lovely (Tom Waits) [###] 5:39
05, Dagger In The Well (Song For Elliot Smith) (David J) [+++] 4:15
06, King’s Crossing (Elliott Smith) [#] 3:21
07, Hot Sheet Hotel (David J) [**] 3:41
08, Some Things Last A Long Time (Daniel Johnston)  [##] 5:13
09, Rainbird (Love And Rockets) [+++] 2:59
10, How Come (Ronnie Lane)  [*] 2:37
11, Gloomy Sunday (Seress Rezső) [#] 2:13
12, Men Leave (David J) [+] 3:03
13, Au Contraire (David J) [**] 3:21
14, Rock And Roll Babylon (Love And Rockets) [***] 3:14
15, Flowers And Football Tops (Glasvegas) [#] 3:33
16, Evil Night Together w/ Jill Tracy (Jill Tracy) [###] 4:49
17, Monkey Gone To Heaven w/ Black Francis (Pixies)  [##] 2:53
18, What It Feels Like For A Girl (Madonna) [***] 2:19
19, Life In Laralay (Love And Rockets) [++] 3:07
20, Having A Wonderful Time Wish You Were Her (T-Bone Burnett) [*] 3:14
21, Jealous Guy (John Lennon) [##] 3:45
22, Premonitions (Damien Youth) [#] 3:17
23, Hair of The Dog incl. Pablo Picasso (Bauhaus) [++] 2:39

Track 01, 04, 05, 11 – Studio versions are available on Not Long For This World (2011).
Track 02 – Bauhaus’ live version is available on Rest in Peace (1992) but this take is my personal favourite.
Track 07- Studio version is available on An Eclipse of Ships (2014).
09/04/1990 McCabe’s, Santa Monica, US [*] – Track 10,20 (A)
09/12/2000 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW, Santa Monica, US [**] – Track 7,13 (F)
04/11/2001 The Knitting Factory, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 3,14,18 (A)
03/02/2002 Valentine’s, Albany, US [+] – Track 12 (A)
04/04/2002 The Nation, Washington DC, US [++] – Track 19,23 (A)
11/25/2003 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [+++] – Track 5,9 (W)
08/16/2009 Cavern Club, Celebrity Theater, LA, US [#] – Track 6,11,15,22 (A)
12/08/2009 Echoplex, LA, CA, US [##] – Track 2,8,17,21 (W)
07/02/2010 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [###] – Track 1,4,16 (W)

DISC 7: DAVID J – VOLUME TWO

01, Albino Dog (David J)  [-] 4:30
02, Night Of The Vampire (Rocky Erickson) [###] 3:55
03, No New Tale To Tell (Love And Rockets) [+++] 3:32
04, Love Letter (Nick Cave) [#] 3:57
05, Peggy Sue (Buddy Holly) [~~] 1:51
06, Poetic Young Man (Lewis Furey) [–] 3:17
07, All The Young Dudes (Dawid Bowie) [##] 3:56
08, Wrote For Luck (Happy Mondays)  [~~~]  2:55
09, Bela Lugosi’s Dead (Bauhaus) [###] 6:04
10, Falling In Love Again (Dietrich/Hollander)  [#] 2:48
11, Everybody’s Talkin’ (Harry Nilsson) [—] 2:26
12, YSL (David J) [#] 4:23
13, The New World (The Jazz Butcher Conspiracy) [*] 3:37
14, The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By  (Love And Rockets) [+++] 5:27
15, Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Dubin/Warren) [#] 3:00
16, The Rattler (David J) [~] 2:35
17, Shelf Life (Love And Rockets)  [***] 2:50
18, Goodnight Hollywood Boulevard (Ryan Adams) [#] 2:54
19, You Can’t Always Get What You Want (Rolling Stones) [~~~] 6:55
20, My Funny Valentine (Frank Sinatra) [–] 2:57
21, Re-make / Re-model vocals by Black Francis (Roxy Music) [##] 3:51

 Track 09 – David J’s solo studio version is available as digital download.

 

11/17/1983 Rockgarden, London, UK [~] – Track 16 (A)
11/18/1983 Fulham Greyhound, London, UK [~~] – Track 5 (A)
09/04/1990 McCabe’s, Santa Monica, US [*] – Track 13 (A)
09/13/1990 Lee’s Palce, Toronto, ON, Canada [~~~] – Track 8,19 (A)
12/03/1992 Irving Plaza, New York, NY, US [—]  – Track 11 (A)
09/26/2000 Mint, Los Angeles Santa Monica, US [-] – Track 1 (W)
04/11/2001 The Knitting Factory, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 17 (A)
11/25/2003 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [+++] – Track 3,14 (W)
02/14/2007 Cafe Du Nord, San Francisco, CA, US [–] – Track 6,20 (V)
08/16/2009 Cavern Club, Celebrity Theater, LA, US [#] – Track 4,10,12,15,18 (A)
12/08/2009 Echoplex, LA, CA, US [##] – Track 7,21 (W)
07/02/2010 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [###] – Track 2,9 (W)

DISC 8: DAVID J – VOLUME THREE

01, Ghosts Of The Multiple Feature (Love And Rockets)  [–] 2:19
02, Splanding Gray Can’t Swimm (David J) [#] 4:39
03, Around And Around (Chuck Berry) [*] 2:43
04, Straight To Hell (The Clash) [¤¤] 5:51
05, Bound For Hell (Love And Rocketsy) [###] 5:35
06, LUA (Bright Eyes) [¤¤¤] 3:52
07, Who Killed Mr. Moonlight? (Bauhaus) [+++] 3:27
08, Farewell My Friend (Dennis Wilson)  [#] 2:01
09, Trams of Old London (Robyn Hitchcock) [¤¤¤] 2:33
10, All In My Mind – vocals by Black Francis (Love And Rockets)  [##] 4:34
11, Tower Of Song – fragment w/ J. Napolitano (Leonard Cohen) [¤] 3:29
12, Scott Walker 1996 fragment (poem by Jeremy Reed) [××] 2:02
13, On A Macclesfield Sunday (For Ian Curtis) fragment (Davis J) [×] 4:04
14, I Am The Walrus w/ Soriah  (The Beatles) [×××] 15:18
15, Joe Orton’s Wedding – intro version (David J) [^] 1:48
16, Golden Hair w/ Vinsantos (Syd Barrett) [^^] 4:21
17, Time (David Bowie)  [^^^] 4:48
18, Being Boring (Pet Shop Boys) [***] 4:42

Track 01 – David J’s studio version is available on Missives From The Burning Stage (2014).
Track 02, 08 – Studio versions are available on Not Long For This World (2011).
Track 07 – David J’s solo studio version is available as digital download with Who Killed Mister Moonlight? (Bauhaus, Black Magic and Benediction) book (2014).
Track 10 – Black Francis’ version is available on New Tales to Tell: Tribute to Love & Rockets (2009). This live version is by played by Black Francis, David J and Kevin Haskins.
Track 11 – Full length live version is available on Missives From The Burning Stage (2014).
Track 15 – 18 – Bonus tracks.

 

09/04/1990 McCabe’s, Santa Monica, US [*] – Track 3 (A)
04/11/2001 The Knitting Factory, New York, NY, US [***] – Track 18 (A)
06/17/2001 Casbah, San Diego, US [^] – Track 15 (W)
11/25/2003 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [+++] – Track 7 (W)
02/14/2007 Cafe Du Nord, San Francisco, CA, US [–] – Track 1 (V)
03/02/2007 Teatro Lope De Vega, Seville, Spain [×] – Track 13 (Y)
11/18/2007 Kuumba, Santa Cruz, CA, US [¤] – Track 11 (A)
12/02/2007 The Walnut Room, Denver, CO, US [¤¤] – Track 4 (M)
09/12/2008 Bondi Beach Club, Monster, NL [¤¤¤] – Track 6,9 (A)
02/25/2009 Bordello, Los Angeles, CA, US [××] – Track 12 (Y)
08/16/2009 Cavern Club, Celebrity Theater, LA, US [#] – Track 2,8 (A)
12/08/2009 Echoplex, LA, CA, US [##] – Track 10 (W)
01/08/2010 Stork Club, Oakland, CA, US [^^] – Track 16 (Y)
03/26/2010 Trannyshack, DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [^^^] – Track 17 (W)
07/02/2010 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US [###] – Track 5 (W)
10/09/2010 Autonomy, Portland, OR, US [×××] – Track 14 (Y)

 

Used sources: audience (A), desk master (M), radio session (S), FM broadcast (FM), TV (T), YouTube/MySpace/misc. videos (Y), DVD video (V), webcast (W)

The Mystery Guests (1979-1981)

1979

The original Mystery Guests were just 3. Buster, Alex and myself. Alex then left to join the Army and we had an almost never ending series of one-night sax players. Later Punky alias Titus Aaron joined on bass.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

Mystery Guests live

Mystery Guests: Pickle, Punky and Buster (left to right). Thanks to John Ristway

„And then came the breakthrough. In 1979 Licquorice resolved the sprawling ambiguity of the Dapper Choir into a hard and lucid whole.
With the aid of a near-terminal Akropolis he recruited the shabby, eccentric and comically-named Buster as lead guitarist.
Buster lived in subhuman squalor, nut was an electronics genius who could convert a vaacum-cleaner into a particle accelerator using only a wall can-opener.
Before fong the trio metamorphosed into a quartet with the arrival of bassist Titus Aaron. In many ways the most enigmatic of the group, Aaron shared a strange physical similarity with his fellows… a baffling, haunting uglyness that hovered on the edge of sublime ethereal beauty.
The Mystery Guests were now ready to submit themselves to the bloodshot scrutiny of the general public.
THE REACTION was violent and schismatic, divided mainly between those who merely loathed them and those who wished them actual physical harm. A few, it must be said, had the wit to appreciate that the abrasive and cruel music, coupled with the sniggering delerium of the lyrics displayed the early thrashings of a monstrous and disturbed genius”
Alan Moore, Sounds article, Mystery and Abomination”, 1981-08-08

1979-09-08 – The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus @ The Paddock, Northampton

1979-09-08 – The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus @ The Paddock, Northampton

1979-09-08 – The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus @ The Paddock, Northampton

1979-09-08 – The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus @ The Paddock, Northampton

The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus fanzine review

The Mystery Guests / Bauhaus fanzine review

1980

Wurlitzer Junction / The Merry Shark You Are 7″
Boys Own Label, BO 1
Lyrics by Alan Moore

Wurlitzer Junction also appears on “Nation of Saints, 50 Years of Northampton music” compilation CD that came with the very first issue of Alan Moore’s Dodgem Logic magazine in 2009. CD includes songs by Alan Moore, The Jazz Butcher, Tom Hall, Venus Fly Trap and David J.

Early version of Wurlitzer Junction was written back in April 1978 by Pickle & Alex Green for The Emperors of Ice Cream / The Dapper Choir. Instrumental home demo has been taped. Alan Moore contributed with lyrics later.

‘Wurlitzer Junction’ and flipside The Merry Shark you are’ were recorded in Northampton somewhere…
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

Wurlitzer Junction

I never talk about the sensation
I keep the wallets and I stack the tacks behind the factory
I do not do it for remuneration
In fact the lack of tax is actively unsatisfactory
Furniture Baby, who
Are you all relating to?
And why do the pavements move
In time to the tread of empty shoes?

You never thought she’d be a people sarny
You don’t believe in something till it’s right beneath you feet
I blame identity on dainty living
No one is what they seem but everyone is what they eat
Why don’t you take me to
the imaginary zoo?
You’ll be on the News at Ten
Where ambulance men give empty views.

He’s sitting talking to his daily paper
Just tried to contact the contractors to the manufacturers
They’re not related and his name evades her
He has a stammer and………..still affects her
Always the same old faces
only the eyes have changed
Your lipstick has just stopped smiling;
empty shoes waiting for a train

The Merry Shark you are

You never hear the bomb that hits you; anaesthetic.
Here’s a steady man with thoughts like shrapnel.
You piss in the dark just like
the Merry Shark you are.

And if she’s dead she died in flames
In cheap hotel rooms where the petrol scent remains
What becomes of slim young women
Born at best on best-forgotten days?

Lyrics in green are Alan’s, the others mine. I wrote all the music.
For Wurlitzer Junction I sang the first thing that came into my head while playing electric guitar and Alan seated over the other side of the room wrote down his impressions from what he could hear.
So in a sense I guess they belong to both of us.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

„One such aesthete was the astute Tom Fawcett, prolific eminence gris behind, amongst other things, Fawcett’s Design for Living. Recognising the Mystery Guests as a potential ultimate deterrent in his arsenal of cultural subversion. Fawcett cunningly contrived that their first single, “Wurlitzer Junction’, should be released upon his fledgling Boy’s Own label.
There were several stanzas of deft linguistic beauty, although I most admit that my personal favourite was the one which rhymed ‘bachelor’ with ‘manufacturer’.
Akropotis and Buster vanished again . . . one to a Swiss sanitarium for a complete blood-change, the other to the cobwebbed obscurity which had spawned him. Before he left, however, Buster suggested the title of their second gramophone recording, “The Sparrow that Ate New York”.”
Alan Moore, Sounds article, Mystery and Abomination”, 1981-08-08

„The artistic intelligentsia in Northampton is pretty closely knit, due largely to the fact that there’s only about six of us.
I’d been hanging around doing the odd stage performance since the early 70s, though these were largely for my own amusement (at least if the reaction of the audiences was anything to go by). I knew some of the younger musicians and artists around the town — people like Mr. Liquorice and the Mystery Guests. The Mystery Guests even recorded a couple of singles that I wrote the words for — they came out on the Boy’s Own label and immediately soared to the furthermost pinnacles of obscurity. „
Alan Moore, Zig Zag article (Jun 84)

1980-05-02 – Magazine / Bauhaus / The Mystery Guests @ Guildhall, Northampton

1980-05-02 – Magazine / Bauhaus / The Mystery Guests @ Guildhall, Northampton

We [Trance] did a mini tour with Mystery Guests in 1980 – Brighton, London, Manchester and maybe one other gig – I went up in the van with them and Alan Moore for the Nottingham Rock City gig where they supported Bauhaus but don’t have any of the memorabilia anymore. Trance also played with them at Lings forum in June ’81 – I’ve lost touch with them now – Shrivs, Buster, Pickle and Ian. I know there was talk of a tour with Mystery Guests and the Diagram Brothers – remember talking to Diagram Brothers about it at the 101 club in London but then Pickle moved to Birmingham and we lost touch
Barry Hale

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1980-07-19 – The Mystery Guests / Trance / Where’s Lisse? / Religious Overdose @ Lings Theatre, Northampton

Mystery Guests+Trance-Moonlight club- 1980-08-27

1980-08-27 – The Mystery Guests / Trance @ Moonlight Club, London

Oh yes at the Moonlight club gig – Steve Cook and Paul Jones, then in the Professionals, people from John Foxx’s Metalbeat label and half of Ultravox were in the audience.

Watching Mystery Guests rehearse was strange – they had a gizmo they could all plug into and wore headphones so they could hear each other play without need for amps but onlookers could only hear the vocals and the sound of unamplified guitars.
Barry Hale

1981

The Sparrow That Ate New York / The Nude 7″
Boys Own Label, 1981 (BO 3)

The next single was done on a farm somewhere. We recorded ‘The Sparrow that ate New York’ and two other songs.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

Wurlitzer Junction and The Sparrow That Ate New York were both released on my BoysOwn label of course, and I do recall going to a recording session at Wild Willy Barret’s place in Northants, but I’m not sure either we’re recorded there.
Tom Fawcett

We did a freeform session there with members of Stanton Walgrave and Tom and his mate and then later we did ‘the Sparrow that ate New York’ there.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

I think Shrivs and I only did a couple of gigs with MGs but there was lots of other things which I may be confusing with Stanton Walgrave 4 or 5 years earlier. We were involved in the farm recordings at Wild Willy Barrettes place. This included reworking of some some of Shrivs lovely songs such as Bend me like a tambourine.
Seaweed

„It is interesting to reflect that at this point, reduced to en avant-garde duet of limited commercial appeal, the Mystery Guests might simply have vanished without trace, thus averting the soul-chilling catastrophes that were to follow.
But it was at precisely this point that History chose to deal it’s most brutal card by engineering the return of Seaweed and Spawnwash.
They were not the men that Mr. Licquorice had known of old. Seaweed now had prominent gills and a vestigal dorsal fin. Spawnwash had become a communist, converted by his patronage of Radio Albania.
But they were to have seismic repercussions upon the very raison d’etre of the Mystery guests. Music alone could no longer contain them.  They were filled with an unholy zeal, urging them to spread their blight across the entire cultural firmament.
A cassette and booklet package entitled ‘The Bigot’ was released, voyeuristically detailing the real-life xenophobia of an anonymous and unwitting middle-aged couple.
The born-again Max Akropolis lurked ominously in the wings with a full brass section. Betty Wayne and her Lady Choristers waited demurely to take the field.
And there were new songs… the lovely and heartbreaking “Don’t Treat Me Like A Treacle Tart”, the clammy and seductive “Corrugated Fever”. The mystery deepened. The guests prepared to eat the party.
I do not wish to tell you too much concerning the Mystery Guests. I will hint that they are a group, and that they come from a small town somewhere between Billing and Nether Heyford. In the name of Christian charity you cannot ask me to do more.”
Alan Moore, Sounds article, Mystery and Abomination”, 1981-08-08

Much later after Buster left, we teamed up with two old Stanton Walgrave chums Seaweed and Shrivs (yes Spawnwash) and Alex returned for a final couple of gigs, this time on guitar, i think.
I do remember one of these last gigs was at Nottingham’s Rock City supporting Bauhaus. The crowd really didn’t know what to make of us. Pete Murphy was in the audience watching our set and the guy standing next to him nudged his arm and asked when we were going to start. He looked round puzzled and replied ‘That’s it…they’re doing it.’
The new songs were coming a lot from Shrivs -improvised lyrics that became bona fida songs later. ‘Don’t treat me like a treacle tart’, ‘ Bend me like a tambourine’, ‘Corrugated Fever’
‘The Bigot’ I don’t remember who found it but in those days we all used to hunt round the junk shop for those old Grundig reel-to-reel tape recorders. We were into tape loops a lot then. Anyway this tape came with one of the machines we bought and it was one of those tape letters people used to send to distant relatives. A middle-aged couple speaking to their son in Australia, describing their everyday lives and revealing almost unrepeatable xenophobia, quoting Hitler even. Just ordinary folks you pass in the Supermarket. So anyway we had plans to release it as a social document, sent it to some labels even. Then at some point the original got lost and the project became just another myth.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

The Mystery Guests live tape (circa 1981)

The Mystery Guests Live Tape

The Mystery Guests Live Tape

Tracklist:
01, unknown song #1
02, Pornography
03, unknown song #2
04, unknown song #3
05, The Nude
06, Vamp Advertising
07, Whore’s Poem – part 1
08, Whore’s Poem – part 2
09, The Sparrow That Ate New York
10, The Merry Shark You Are
11, unknown song #4

Again I was the main songwriter.
Alan contributed lyrics to Wurlitzer Junction,The Merry Shark you are
Song 8 was an adaptation of The Whore’s Poem by Alan Moore.
All the other stuff was mine i think.

I think the MG gig is at Warwick University with Fawcett’s Design for Living. The date…? Line up was me on guitar and electric piano, Buster on guitar, Punky on bass and someone else(Paul?) on sax and xylophone. Line-ups were always changing. No-one could stand it for very long..
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

My band certainly played live with them, I remember playing Warwick university, from which the live cassette ‘Jumping off at the elephant’s nest’ derives.
Tom Fawcett