Smiths 1986-02-11 Dundalk

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robbo123 ®

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Post 05-Sep-2009 20:49

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The Smiths
11 February 1986
Fairways Hotel, Dundalk
Shakespeare's Sister
I Want The One I Can't Have
Vicar In A Tutu
(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame/Rusholme Ruffians
Cemetry Gates
Still Ill
Stretch Out And Wait
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
Nowhere Fast
What She Said
The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
Bigmouth Strikes Again
Meat Is Murder
/William, It Was Really Nothing
/Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
//Hand In Glove
The setlist given here might be incomplete. New live additions "Vicar In A Tutu" and "Cemetry Gates" (which were introduced respectively as "a new song" and "another new song") were played, but apparently not "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" and "Frankly Mr Shankly". This was the first time live staple "Hand In Glove" was played in 1986.
This turned out to be a great concert and the Smiths were very well received. The crowd sang along to many of the songs, but for the three encores, Morrissey could have turned his microphone off because everyone sang in unison the words they all knew so well. Returning to the stage after a short break to perform the first encore Johnny teased the crowd with the opening chords of "What Difference Does It Make?", a song that was much requested, but not played anymore. Then Morrissey roared "HELLO!" and said "Don't be shy... don't be shy..." before the band launched into "William, It Was Really Nothing".
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Post 05-Sep-2009 21:35 (after 45 minutes)

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How cool is this. First the soundcheck now the concert, cheers :D
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Post 06-Sep-2009 08:45 (after 11 hours)

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Sounds Great !
Thanks Rob
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Post 06-Sep-2009 14:18 (after 5 hours)

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Thanks for these recent uploads, it's much appreciated!
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Post 06-Sep-2009 16:13 (after 1 hour 54 minutes)

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many thanks!
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Post 09-Sep-2009 01:10 (after 2 days 8 hours)

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Very nice!
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Post 09-Sep-2009 06:15 (after 5 hours)

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thank you very much!
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Post 11-Sep-2009 18:15 (after 2 days 11 hours)

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Brilliant.
Ta.
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Post 12-Sep-2009 17:29 (after 23 hours)

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I have an alternate transfer of the same recording. Parts of it seem to sound better, others inferior. I know nothing of the lineage, it was sent to me years ago on compact disc. I wonder if I should put it up here?
Stephane
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Post 12-Sep-2009 21:15 (after 3 hours)

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I have an alternate transfer of the same recording. Parts of it seem to sound better, others inferior. I know nothing of the lineage, it was sent to me years ago on compact disc. I wonder if I should put it up here?
Stephane
I'd say definitely. Thanks in advance.
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Post 31-Jan-2012 20:32 (after 2 years 4 months)

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thanks
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