DLR 1994-06-29 West Hollywood

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September 6, 2016 at 9:38 am Quote #54174



David Lee Roth
House of Blues
West Hollywood, CA

KLSX FM Broadcast -> Cassette -> Cassette -> CDRW700 -> EAC -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -interview-
02. -intro-
03. Big Train
04. Panama
05. Experience
06. She’s My Machine
07. A Little Luck (cuts in)
08. Your Filthy Little Mouth
09. -band introductions-
10. Just A Gigolo
(Sunburn – missing – commercials)
11. Beautiful Girls (phased tape)
12. Hey, You Never Know
13. Night Life
14. Just Like Paradise
15. Land’s Edge
16. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love
17. California Girls
18. -ICM intro-
19. Ice Cream Man
20. Jump

Another one I can’t believe has never been posted here.

This was the lowest point of his career. In 1988 he played the Forum and Irvine Meadows (though from what I understand the tour was carried by Poison) and his single show at Irvine Meadows in 1991 was cancelled due to poor tickets so his first hometown show in 6 years was at the newly opened House Of Blues, was not sold out, in fact my friend bought a ticket on the street for $5.

It was broadcast on the radio, this is obviously not the best possible quality, likely recorded and copied on a boombox on normal bias tapes but I have seen nothing better. No DAT sources, no commercial bootlegs.

Enjoy, and if you have something better, put it up.

September 7, 2016 at 8:03 am Quote #54186


my version is hissy and it has only 14 tracks…

September 7, 2016 at 10:58 pm Quote #54190


I’ve got a 14 track disc too that’s missing A Little Luck & Land’s Edge. I’m not sure what “phased tape” means for Beautiful Girls but my version sounds just fine. I also have another version on cassette(!) that has Land’s Edge but is still missing A Little Luck and also has an incomplete Just Like Paradise. The sound quality also isn’t as good. Both CD & cassette have a date of 6/28/1994, not 6/29.

Stay Frosty

September 9, 2016 at 7:48 am Quote #54192


so can anyone dropbox this? I need to upgrade mine.


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