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Old 02-26-2019, 02:37 PM
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now i want to hear that live Wrong!!
I have it and will post it shortly. Let me upload it
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Lindsey 12/12/92 The Coach House/San Juan Capistrano
thank you thank you thank you!!

listening to Wrong - that boy could definitely sing! wonder why he dropped it.

and had no idea that SMAP was a regular part of the encore on OOTC tour.
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Great addendum to the 1992 Westwood One broadcast above:

This Nearly Was Mine/Street Of Dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIFi...&feature=share

Sounds like it might be from the same soundboard recording. They probably didn't broadcast the whole show.

Center Stage aired only the last 20 seconds of "This Nearly Nearly Was Mine." This one is complete at 1:03.

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Great addendum to the 1992 Westwood One broadcast above:

This Nearly Was Mine/Street Of Dreams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIFi...&feature=share

Sounds like it might be from the same soundboard recording. They probably didn't broadcast the whole show.

Center Stage aired only the last 20 seconds of "This Nearly Nearly Was Mine." This one is complete at 1:03.
thanks for pulling that out!


and also thanks to lbfan for uploading the only Wrong live ever played (correct?) from SJC to youtube for us -
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and also thanks to lbfan for uploading the only Wrong live ever played (correct?) from SJC to youtube for us -
Wrong was also played at the Wiltern in Los Angeles on February 22, 1993 (4th show of the tour, two at the Coach House and one at the Center Stage taping in Chicago in December 1992). I am not aware of a soundboard or bootleg from that show (Wiltern). The song, by all accounts, was dropped from the setlist after that. From a chronological standpoint, it seems logical that it was video taped for the Center Stage concert in Chicago - hopefully that will surface one day.
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Here's the 12/13/92 show that includes Street of Dreams

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Thanks for that show.

A curiosity: For each show (the one marked 12/12 and the one marked 12/13), his remarks between "Go Insane" and "Don't Look Down" are identical, right down to the instances of words like "um" and "really." He even, in both cases, refers to the shows "tonight and last night."

So something's amiss, because that part at least seems to be from the same night.

Also this site lists the two 1992 shows as being on 12/10 and 12/11: http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/still..._old/index.htm

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i bought one of those DVDs several years ago. pretty sure what i have is a bootleg, and it's definitely worse quality than this one someone uploaded on youtube recently.



for people seeing fakewood and their sorry limp version of The Chain - watch how it can be done, here - 8:55-13:20.
That performance of You Do Or You Don't is Lindsey's best live performance of any song ever as far as I'm concerned. It's so amazing and so beautiful and the entire band was on point. The video crew also did a fantastic job. The camera cuts as the song is reach its crescendo... so good!
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Thanks for that show.

A curiosity: For each show (the one marked 12/12 and the one marked 12/13), his remarks between "Go Insane" and "Don't Look Down" are identical, right down to the instances of words like "um" and "really." He even, in both cases, refers to the shows "tonight and last night."

So something's amiss, because that part at least seems to be from the same night.

Also this site lists the two 1992 shows as being on 12/10 and 12/11: http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/still..._old/index.htm
He performed multiple nights there. The one labeled 12/13 was the radio broadcast that included versions of songs from previous shows, as well as the 12/13 show.
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Thanks.

If the dates on the legacy site are correct, that would mean the show marked 12/12 is from 12/11 (since he mentions it being the second night), and the show marked 12/13 is culled from both 12/10 and 12/11.
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Wrong was also played at the Wiltern in Los Angeles on February 22, 1993 (4th show of the tour, two at the Coach House and one at the Center Stage taping in Chicago in December 1992). I am not aware of a soundboard or bootleg from that show (Wiltern). The song, by all accounts, was dropped from the setlist after that. From a chronological standpoint, it seems logical that it was video taped for the Center Stage concert in Chicago - hopefully that will surface one day.
There is a bootleg of the Wiltern show, but it does not include Wrong, maybe Wrong was not recorded

http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/bootl...osAngeles.html
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Thanks for that show.

A curiosity: For each show (the one marked 12/12 and the one marked 12/13), his remarks between "Go Insane" and "Don't Look Down" are identical, right down to the instances of words like "um" and "really." He even, in both cases, refers to the shows "tonight and last night."

So something's amiss, because that part at least seems to be from the same night.

Also this site lists the two 1992 shows as being on 12/10 and 12/11: http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/still..._old/index.htm
Actual dates seem to be hard to pin down, my site lists these as 12/10 and 12/11, but the fan write up for the Westwood One recording list this as 12/12 and 12/13, does anyone have any additional evidence here for the correct dates?

http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/bootl...oodMaster.html
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Actual dates seem to be hard to pin down, my site lists these as 12/10 and 12/11, but the fan write up for the Westwood One recording list this as 12/12 and 12/13, does anyone have any additional evidence here for the correct dates?

http://www.fleetwoodmac-uk.com/bootl...oodMaster.html
From an article on your site (excerpt):
“The group, which performed two shows at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, Calif., in December and a concert at the Wiltern Theatre here last month, launches the month-long first leg of a national tour of clubs and medium-sized halls Monday (8) in Solana Beach, Calif. On Tuesday (9), the Buckingham band will be showcased on the half, hour VH1 show “Center Stage”; an hourlong version of the broadcast, co-produced by the cable network and PBS and taped live at WTTW-TV in Chicago, will be aired on the public broadcasting network later this spring. Westwood One aired 90 minutes culled from the group’s Dec- 10 and 11 Coach House performances (Buckingham’s first-ever live solo shows) on its Feb. 27 “Superstar Concert Series” broadcast.”

This should clear up the date discrepancy (and why some of the spoken remarks are the same, since the Westwood One concert culled parts from each night).
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