Monday, June 23, 2008

My Bloody Valentine - London, Roundhouse 20th June 2008

Yes I know it's only a week or so since I last posted a My Bloody Valentine gig on here and at the time I thought that set was pretty much perfect and would take some beating. This is a recording of the set from the first night proper, the first gig of their five night residency at The Roundhouse in London. Personally I think this comes as near as damn it to perfection. Great sound, great performance, great band.

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1. Intro
2. Only Shallow
3. When You Sleep
4. You Never Should
5. (When You Wake) You're Still In A Dream
6. Lose My Breath
7. I Only Said
8. Come In Alone
9. Thorn
10. Nothing Much To Lose
11. To Here Knows When
12. Slow
13. Blown A Wish
14. Soon
15. Feed Me With Your Kiss
16. Sueisfine
17. You Made Me Realise

11 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:22 pm

    Awesome gig.

    Glad i was there, glad i can re-live it again.

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  2. Top stuff! I was there also - nice to get a copy of the gig. Thanks!

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  3. Anonymous7:37 pm

    Dude, i love you for posting this bootleg. totally saves my week.

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  4. Anonymous10:53 pm

    Chris, here's the 2nd night @roundhouse June 21 gig..

    can u pls upload it too

    http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=202115

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  5. This is one of the greatest live recordings of all time (except for the guy who keeps going "whoo" in the left speaker). Please keep posting more MBV shows..can't get enough.

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  6. Amazing gig...truly worth the wait! Some photos I took are here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucylovestodance/

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  7. Anonymous9:43 am

    Thank you very much !
    I saw them the 23th. Enjoy fred

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  8. If you could upload the one from the 21st that would be great,also do you have Sonic's set?

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  9. Anonymous5:07 pm

    This is great, thanks so much. I went on the Monday night (Graham Coxon supporting) and they did - unless I was so sonic-ed out I imagined it - a great version of 'glider' that doesn't seem to be on either of the ones you've posted up from ica and roundhouse. would love to hear that performance again.

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  10. Anonymous5:12 pm

    just realised that last post was total bollox, ignore it completely, too much sunshine and booze responsible for a total memory loss and failure to engage brain before posting.

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  11. Brilliant!
    Thanks a million!

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