1986-08-06 Pier 84, New York, NY (Money Changes Everything bootleg)

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DavidA ®

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Post 18-Feb-2006 11:29

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The Smiths
Money Changes Everything
Pier 84, New York, NY
6th August 1986
Source: ??? > CD-R > EAC WAVs > FLAC
Confirmed as non-MP3 derived, by Tau Analyzer 1.2.
Torrent created on 3rd February 2006
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The audience sounds pretty close in this recording, with lots of screams and
shouts.
I got this CD-R in a trade where it was labelled 'Pier 84'. Since it's missing
Is It Really So Strange, I'm going to assume it's the recording that
subsequently got made into the Money Changes Everything bootleg.
01. How Soon Is Now
02. I Want The One I Can't Have
03. Still Ill
04. Frankly Mr Shankly
05. Panic
06. Never Had No One Ever
07. Stretch Out And Wait
08. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
09. Cemetry Gates
10. What She Said
11. Hand In Glove
12. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
13. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
14. The Queen Is Dead
15. Money Changes Everything
16. I Know It's Over
17. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
18. Bigmouth Strikes Again
DavidA
http://www.smithstorrents.co.uk
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Notes from PassionsJustLikeMine.com
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6 August 1986
Pier 84, New York, NY
How Soon Is Now?
I Want The One I Can't Have
Still Ill
Frankly, Mr. Shankly
Panic
Never Had No One Ever
Stretch Out And Wait
The Boy With The Thorn In His Side
Cemetry Gates
What She Said (with Rubber Ring intro and outro)
Hand In Glove
Is It Really So Strange?
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
The Queen Is Dead
/Money Changes Everything
/I Know It's Over
//Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
///Bigmouth Strikes Again
The setlist was the same as the previous night in Mansfield. This was a great
show, both Morrissey and the audience were in a great mood, although
Morrissey wasn't at his most talkative. There was a barrier between the seats
and the stage, but quite a few fans made it up to hug Morrissey and give him
gifts. Morrissey rolled around on the floor and draped himself over the
monitor speakers in mock anguish at some point. Johnny didn't move much,
except perhaps during "The Queen Is Dead".
"Panic" was introduced with "This is a new song... called... 'Panic'." In
"Stretch Out And Wait", Morrissey sang the first verse as it is heard on the
"The World Won't Listen" compilation: "All the lies that you make up, what's
at the back of your mind? Your face I can see and it's desperately kind, but
what's at the back of your mind". He also sang "Ignore all the silly codes of
the day". In "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out", Morrissey didn't sing
the repeated title chorus at the end as he does on the "The Queen Is Dead"
album.
BOOTLEGS
A good audience recording of this gig is circulated on a fanmade bootleg cds
titled "Money Changes Everything". The whole show is included, minus "Is It
Really So Strange?". An alternate audience recording is also available from
bootleg traders, and this one might include "Is It Really So Strange?". MP3s
are in circulation on file sharing networks, and these were probably produced
from the latter version, because they include the missing "Is It Really So
Strange?".
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Post 06-May-2006 20:06 (after 2 months 16 days)

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thanks to everyone who kept the seeding - I've another bootleg to enjoy...!
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Post 25-Aug-2006 21:56 (after 3 months 19 days)

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Thanks everyone for the bootlegs - great site
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skippy

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Post 28-Aug-2006 19:22 (after 2 days 21 hour)

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Can somebody please seed this torrent? - Thanks
Richard
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ownZero

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Post 25-Sep-2006 01:19 (after 27 days)

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I am stuck at 97% on this one. Could someone reseed for a short while? Once complete I will continue to seed so that zootv who is at 32% can finish.
Thanks!
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Post 09-Oct-2009 18:29 (after 3 years)

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I am seeding this one again, as I believe this has been requested recently. This is a different recording from the ones seeded by Steve and robbo123, and falls in between the two of them quality wise.
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Post 14-May-2010 23:12 (after 7 months 5 days)

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It's time to say thank you.
Thanks for sharing and thanks to all SEEDERS.
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Broekhoest

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Post 12-Jun-2010 20:51 (after 28 days)

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any chance for a reseed?
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Post 04-Feb-2012 20:20 (after 1 year 7 months)

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cheers
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Post 29-May-2016 02:05 (after 4 years 3 months)

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Thank you, David.
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