Maison De La Radio; Paris 7th May 2001

Sound Quality : FM Broadcast > DAT > DAT Clone

Lineage : Sony DTC-ZE700 > optical cable > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1 Hz)

Length : 81.53

01. Introduction
02. Imitation Of Life
03. The Great Beyond
04. What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
05. All The Way To Reno
06. Daysleeper
07. I've Been High
08. Electrolite
09. The Lifting
10. At My Most Beautiful
11. I'll Take The Rain
12. The One I Love
13. She Just Wants To Be
14. Walk Unafraid
15. Losing My Religion
16. Man On The Moon
17. Encore Cheering
18. So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)
19. It's The End Of The World As We Know It

Recorded live, on 7 May 2001 in France Inter Studio 105 during the "Black Sessions". Here is the entire days performance at nearly 82 minutes complete.

The Black Sessions were concerts performed for the French radio station, France Inter, as part of the "C'est Lenoir" Show.
They were created in 1992 by Bernard Lenoir ("le noir" = "the black" in English) with the collaboration of Michèle Soulier.
Often compared to the legendary Peel Sessions hosted by John Peel for BBC Radio 1, they were recorded in front of a small audience and broadcasted live.

Bernard Lenoir's comments have not been removed.