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The heart of the second disc is a legendary 17-song live performance by Elvis Costello and The Attractions from The Nashville Rooms in London on August 7, 1977, just a little more than two months after their first-ever performances. The complete concert is followed by five songs from the show's soundcheck earlier that day, all available on CD for the first time. These have never been commercially available before, except for three songs issued as the B-side to the 1977 release of the Watching The Detectives single. Other than the limited-release LIVE AT THE EL MOCAMBO, this marks the first official release of a complete Costello concert.
I've been a fan of Elvis Costello since first hearing this album, in Twickenham as it happens.
This purchase has particular meaning that relates in a somewhat... Read more
I hate that I didn't listen to this album sooner...or any Elvis Costello album for that matter. He is a true artist and now that I have listened to a lot of Elvis Costello, I can... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Beth
So glad EC's albums have been reproduced in such an honorable way to one of the greatest musical artists of ours or any time. Thanks Declan for all the great music. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Billy Bruce
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|Yet another reissue? Enough already!!!||
Columbia did not issue a remaster in 1989--the original 80s CD was the only reissue of the album on that label; but, you are right, I am sick of Costello's catalog being reissued.
Sep 4, 2007 by X | See all 6 posts
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How do you treat your CDs? I have plenty of CDs and DVDs with slipcases (some made of less durable material). I keep them shelved when not in use, and they mostly look as good as new. As for the track list, there is a track list in the booklet.
Sep 22, 2007 by D. Miner | See all 3 posts
|What the hell is this?!||
To add insult to injury, we seem to be getting single-CD sets this time around? Didn't the Rhino reissue series wrap up just last year? Are we to believe that these editions are any better? This is the 4th round of CD reissues for Costello's early stuff!! STOP IT ALREADY!!
Apr 16, 2007 by Christopher Straub | See all 3 posts
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