The usual MASSIVE thanks to Dave Sez for these gems... featuring the one & only Jah Wobble... founder member of Public Image Ltd & a wonderful bassist...
Jah Wobble - Live in Europe (1981-1983)
And, in thanks for ya recent Shriekbacks and general kindness, a punk-funk-dub post of Jah Wobble compiled from two extremely rare recordings from the Dave Sez archives:
1981 - Jah Wobble's Human Condition - Live in Europe (where?). 1981 cassette-only release, digitalized thanks to pheragan and mutant-sounds
Line up: Jah Wobble – vocals & bass; Dave (Animal) Maltby – guitar; Jim Walker - sax
02 The End
03 The Human Condition
05 [Bad quality, omitted]
1982.11.21 - Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart - Vera, Groningen, Netherlands, Dutch radio show recorded thanks to http://wiels.com/
Line up: Jah Wobble – vocals & bass; Dave (Animal) Maltby – guitar; Annie Whitehead – trombone, Ollie Marland – keyboards, Cliff Venner – drums, Neville Murray – percussion
06 Introduction (1982) [0:12]
07 Hollywood 1 (1982) [7:00]
08 Jam 2 (1982) [7:41]
09 Jam 3 (1982) [8:24]
10 Jam 4 (1982) [6:17]
11 Fading (1982) [4:03]
12 Hollywood 2 (1982) [9:08]
1983.09.03 Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart - Pandora's Music Box Festival, de Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Dutch radio show recorded thanks to http://wiels.com/
Line up: Jah Wobble – vocals & bass; Dave (Animal) Maltby – guitar; Annie Whitehead – trombone, Ollie Marland – keyboards, Lee Partis – drums, Neville Murray – percussion
13 Invaders (1983) [5:15]
14 Hollywood 2 (1983) [5:49]
15 Snake Charmer (1983) [4:40]
16 Brasil (1983) 4:51]
Bonus: How Much Are They from the live double cd viva!eight, recorded at the Town & Country Club, London on September 6th 1992.
17 How Much Are They (1992) [8:10]
Cheers, Dave Sez.
Most welcome! Slight muddle on the sources there: the Human Condition Live in Europe comes thanks to mutant-sounds who also offers us the excellent Human Condition Live at the Collegiate Theatre 1981, both here:
Phenagen (whose name I mangled, apologies) offers us an alternative download for the Collegiate Theatre here:
Go thank wiels for the excellent Dutch radio shows here:
And Jim Walker was drummer not sax, so who's blowing the horn, anyone?
Cheers, Dave Sez.
25/9/12 : PPS...
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