The Academy; Dublin 30th March 2012

Taper : kagee1

Rig : CA11s(cards) -> CA9200 ->Edirol R09HR -> Adobe Audtion -> cdwave -> tlh(flac 8)

Length : 123.05

01. Intros
02. Groovy Train
03. Stepping Stone
04. Love See No Colour
05. Altogether Now
06. Come Back
07. Better Scream
08. The Day Margaret Thatcher Dies
09. Story of the Blues
10. Heart as big as Liverpool
11. Arms around a memory - Its Sinful
12. Train in Vain
13. Stay Free
14. Bank Robber
15. Clampdown
16. Armagideon Time
17. White Man in Hammersmith Palais
18. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
20. Banter & Tuning
21. Brand New Cadillac
22. Television Screen
23. Janie Jones
25. Banter & Tuning
26. Rush

A very enjoyable evening the Academy. This tour was put on as part of the Justice for the 96 Campaign.

Everyone on stage seemed to be having fun not least Mick Jones who was a tad drunk. ;-)

First 3 tunes are just the Farm, Mick, Pete Wylie & another guitar player whose name escapes me then join them for Altogether now.

Pete Wylie takes lead vocals on tracks 7 to 11.

Mick sings Train in Vain, Pete Wylie sings Stay Free, Peter Hooton of the Farm sings Bank Robber. All 3 singers take turns on Clampdown with Peter Hooton taking over again on Armagideon time & White Man.

Mick sings again on Should I stay or should I go.

After the encore break 2 members of the Radiators from Outer Space join the band for Brand new Cadillac and a version of their own tune Television Screen

The compere for night, John Robb, sings on Janie Joes and Mick takes vocals on the final track Rush.

My first outing with the CA11 mics and I am pleased with results. Runs a bit hot at the start of Groovy Train but levels out after that.