Download The Smiths - Royal Command Performance
|4||This Night Has Opened My Eyes|
|5||Vicar In A Tu-Tu|
|7||I Wan't The One I Can't Have|
|8||Girl Don't Come|
Guest – Sandie Shaw
Guest – Sandie Shaw
|11||There Is A Light|
|12||Big Mouth Strikes Again|
|13||Hand In Glove|
|14||Is It Really So Strange|
|15||Shoplifters Of The World Unite|
|16||The Queen Is Dead|
|17||The Box With The Thorn In His Side|
|20||Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others|
|21||Frankly Mr Shankley|
|22||William ... It Was Nothing|
|001||The Smiths||Royal Command Performance 1986 (2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Bla)||Not On Label (The Smiths)||001||Greece||1987|
|001||The Smiths||Royal Command Performance 1986 (2xLP, Album, Unofficial, Red)||Wildcat Record Company||001||Europe||1987|
|TMQ 71103||The Smiths||Heavy Horses (LP, Unofficial)||Trade Mark Of Quality||TMQ 71103||US||1988|
|001||The Smiths||Royal Command Performance 1986 (2xLP, Album, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (The Smiths)||001||Greece||1987|
Recorded at Brixton Academy 12 December 1986.
And G-Mex Festival Manchester 1986.
The show in Brixton Academy was The Smiths' final gig.
The G-Mex Festival was on 19 July 1986 and a radio broadcast. The name was "Festival Of The 10th Summer" and celebrated 10 years of punk. The Smith co-headlined with New Order. Other bands: A Certain Ratio, The Fall, Cabaret Voltaire, Pete Shelley, The Worst, Wayne Fontana.
This is a copy from the "original" bootleg in vinyl .
It contains only 22 from the 29 tracks of the primary release and in the album title "1986" is missing.
Even the cover is a copy from the bootleg. Apart from the fact that it appears like its made from a copy machine and then re-coloured there is a proof: in the top right corner of the cover image Montgomery Clift has a right angle cut in his hair. This is not the work of a hairdresser but this is the rest of the left bottom angle of the "H" from the word "tHe" in the bands name. On the "original" bootleg cover the whole typography is in white and thus not very good to identify on digital images (see primary release).
In forums of The Smiths fans a release of this bootleg in red vinyl was mentioned. If this is existing then maybe with the same artwork as this CD release and may be not with the artwork of the "original" vinyl release.
Although English monarchs have long sponsored their own theatrical companies and commissioned theatrical performances, the first Royal Command Performance to bear that name was staged at Windsor Castle in 1848 by order of Queen Victoria. From then on, command performances were frequently staged, often calling upon the leading actors from the London. The Smiths - 1986-12-12: Royal Command Performance: Brixton Academy, London, UK Album. Artist: The Smiths. Album: 1986-12-12: Royal Command Performance: Brixton Academy, London, UK. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от The Smiths на маркетплейсе : Rock Album: Royal Command Performance Style: Indie Rock MP3 version RAR size: 1229 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1379 mb WMA version RAR size: 1183 mb Rating: 4. 8 Votes: 822 Other Formats: TTA AIFF VQF AHX MP1 MOD DMF. 1 Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others. The show in Brixton Academy was The Smiths' final gig. The G-Mex Festival was on 19 July 1986 and a radio broadcast. The name was Festival Of The 10th Summer and celebrated 10 years of punk. Royal Command Performance - Zuider Zee. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England. Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others. Shoplifters Of The World Unite. Cemetry Gates. This Night Has Opened My Eyes. Still Ill. Tracks 1 - 3: 12 December, 1986, Brixton Academy, London, England Tracks 4 - 7: 19 July, 1986, G-MEX Centre, Manchester, England. The Queen Is Dead. William, It Was Really Nothing. Hand In Glove. Bigmouth Strikes Again. Vicar In A Tutu. Frankly, Mr. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out. Disc IDs 0. Additional details. Type: Album Live. Status: Bootleg. This performance was recorded live on Red Skelton's 70th Birthday on 18 July 1983 and released on the pay cable channel HBO on 22 April 1984. The recording took place before the Royal Family at London's Royal Albert Hall and before a packed house of Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen. Red tosses off jokes, one-liners, and works through elaborate pantomime routines both classic and new. In this Royal Command Performance, his last to be recorded, Red Skelton joins the audience by laughing at himself and his own jokes, one of the unique qualities that this comedic genius had. I still can't remember whether I laughed harder at his jokes or at Red laughing at himself. Smiths, The. Значек play перед названием песни дает возможность найти mp3 и прослушать любую песню с альбома Royal Command Performance Smiths, The