The Sisters Of Mercy - Live at Sala Heineken, Madrid, Spain, 2009-03-14
01- Afterhours Intro 02- Crash & Burn 03- Ribbons 04- Train / Detonation Boulevard 05- Alice 06- Flood I 07- Floorshow 08- Anaconda 09- Marian 10- Suzanne 11- Arms 12- Dominion / Mother Russia 13- Summer 14- First and Last and Always 15- This Corrosion 16- Flood II
Encore 1: 17- Something Fast 18- Vision Thing
Encore 2: 19- Lucretia My Reflection 20- Top Nite Out 21- Temple Of Love
Andrew Eldritch: Vocals Ben Christo: Lead Guitar, Back Vocals Chris Catalyst: Rhythm Guitar, Back Vocals Si Denbigh: Nurse to the Doktor Avalanche Doktor Avalanche : Drums
Site official: http://www.the-sisters-of-mercy.com/ The Sisters of Mercy Forum: http://www.myheartland.co.uk/ Doktor Avalanche (Info): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doktor_Avalanche
The Bolshoi - Live at Badia & Cia.TV Show, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1987-09-26
01 - Fat and Jealous 02 - Tv Man 03 - Sunday Morning 04 - Away
Trevor Tanner: Singer and Guitarist Jan Kalicki: Drummer Nick Chown: Bassist Paul Clark: Keyboards
The band formed in 1984 in Bath. The original lineup consisted of singer/guitarist Trevor Tanner, drummer Jan Kalicki, and bassist Nick Chown; Tanner and Kalicki had previously played together in the short-lived punk band Moskow. Early gigs supported the likes of The Cult, The March Violets, and Lords of the New Church. In 1985, the band released their debut single, Sob Story, followed by the mini-album, Giants and their hit song "Sunday Morning". Word of mouth was such that the Bolshoi were able to sell out many of their early headlining performances.
The band migrated to London in 1985, and their lineup expanded to include Paul Clark on keyboards. In 1986, they released their first full-length album, Friends, and expanded their touring schedule to U.S., South America, and Poland. It was followed in 1987 by the album Lindy's Party, on which the sound was more pop-oriented.
Stylistically, The Bolshoi was difficult to categorize. It has been described as a proto-goth band, similar in their live act to fellow Beggars Banquet signees, Bauhaus. Tanner was recognized for his dark, pensive lyrics that belied a social responsibility and awareness.
After the release of Lindy's Party, the band recorded a fourth album, but problems with their record label management impeded its release, and they disbanded as the 1980s drew to a close. The unreleased fourth album, apparently titled "Country Life", is reportedly still in the vaults at Beggars Banquet.
Giants (1985) Friends (1986) Lindy's Party (1987) Country Life (c.1988, unreleased) Bigger Giants (1990) A Way - Best of The Bolshoi (1999)
The Bolshoi and Trevor Tanner: - Official Site: http://www.thebolshoi.co.uk/
The Bolshoi MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/thebolshoi
Trevor Tanner - Official Site: http://www.trevortanner.com/
Paul Clark - Official Site: http://www.paulclark.com/