Thursday, April 09, 2020


Mike Scott: 1997-11-03 - Mike Scott - Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan

1997-11-03 - Mike Scott - Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan
Mike Scott - Vocals, Electric Guitar
Ian McNabb - Bass
James Hallawell - Keyboards
Gavin "Fingers" Ralston - Electric Guitar
Geoff Dugmore - Drums
  1. Questions
  2. My Dark Side
  3. Glastonbury Song
  4. Rare, Precious And Gone
  5. I Know She's In The Building
  6. Happy Birthday Ian McNabb
  7. King Electric
  8. Dark Man Of My Dreams
  9. Edinburgh Castle
  10. Be My Enemy
  11. Has Anybody Here Seen Hank
  12. Accentuate the positive
  13. Love Anyway
  14. The Return Of Pan + The Pan Within
  15. Medicine Bow
  16. Sunrising
  17. Don't Bang The Drum

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1998-02-10 - The Live Adventures Of The Waterboys
Mike Scott - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric piano
Anthony Thistlethwaite - sax, mandolin, electric mandolin, piano, backing vocals
Steve Wickham - fiddle, backing vocals
Trevor Hutchinson - bass
Dave Ruffy - drums, backing vocals
Guy Chambers - piano ("This Is the Sea" only)
  1. Death Is Not The End
  2. The Earth Only Endures
  3. Medicine Bow
  4. Fisherman's Blues
  5. This Is The Sea
  6. Meet Me At The Station
  7. We Will Not Be Lovers
  8. The Wayward Wind
  9. A Girl Called Johnny
  10. Purple Rain
  11. Be My Enemy
  12. Old England
  13. The Thrill Is Gone + The Healing Has Begun
  14. The Pan Within + Because The Night
  15. The Whole Of The Moon
  16. Spirit
  17. Savage Earth Heart
  18. Saints And Angels

From Wikipedia: The Live Adventures of the Waterboys is a concert recording, released by The Waterboys in 1998. Mike Scott refers to this album as an "unofficial release" or bootleg recording, but praises the recording period as a "classic" period for the Waterboys. Most of the live songs on The Live Adventures... indeed already appeared on the bootlegs A Golden Day (1991) and Born To Be Together (1992). It is the only Waterboys album on which member Guy Chambers appears.

According to Scott, the album was put out by New Millennium Communications (NMC). Scott claims that New Millennium stopped paying royalties to the band but continued to sell the album. The album is not listed on the band's own discography.


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