Flamin' Groovies: Live From The Vaillancourt Fountains September 19,1979

Title: Live From The Vaillancourt Fountains September 19,1979
Artist: Flamin' Groovies
Label: Liberation Hall
UPC: 089353500122
Genre: Rock

The Flamin' Groovies perform live at the Vaillencourt Fountain with the same line-up as the group that recorded for Seymour Stein on Sire Records. The fountain is located in Justin Herman Plaza in San Francisco and was completed 2 years after the Groovies played there. It may be best known for a 1987 concert by U2, just starting their Joashu Tree tour, when Bono famously spray painted on the fountain and was both praised and criticized for his actions. This soundboard recording was confusingly called "Jumpin' In The Night", otherwise known as "Valencourt Plaza" where it was recorded. The concert serves to document a typical Groovies gig of the time with staples like "Shake Some Action", "Tell Me Again" and "First Plane Home", covers of "Feel A Whole Lot Better", Moby Grape's "Fall On You", the odd Beatles and even NRBQ's "I Want You Bad". The performance was broadcast live on KSAN

1.1 Introduction
1.2 I'll Feel a Whole Lot Better
1.3 Between the Lines
1.4 Please Please Me
1.5 Fall on You
1.6 From Me to You
1.7 19th Nervous Breakdown
1.8 Baby Please Don't Go
1.9 Tell Me Again
1.10 Paint It Black
1.11 All I Wanted
1.12 First Plane Home
1.13 I Can't Hide
1.14 Shake Some Action
1.15 Around ; Around
1.16 Let It Rock
1.17 I Want You Bad

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Flamin' Groovies: Live From The Vaillancourt Fountains September 19,1979


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