Thursday, 25 February 2016

Heart [1987.08.30] Portland, Oregon Broadcast [FM]



Heart
'Portland, Oregon Broadcast'
Westwood One Superstars In Concert
For broadcast the weekend of May 12, 1989.
Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon, USA
May 12th, 1987

Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3



Track List: (Includes CUE Sheets)
01.  Intro - Steve Downes
02.  Commercial - Miller Lite
03.  Bad Animals
04.  The Wolf
05.  Barracuda
06.  Commercial - Miller Lite
07.  Commercial - Ruffles Potato Chips
08.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
09.  Nothing At All
10.  What About Love
11.  Commercial - Dodge
12.  Commercial - Miller Lite
13.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
14.  Dreamboat Annie
15.  These Dreams
16.  Straight On
17.  Commercial - Miller Lite
18.  Commercial - Nestlé
19.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
20.  Who Will You Run To
21.  Never
22.  How Can I Refuse
23.  Commercial - Nestlé
24.  Commercial - Miller Lite
25.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
26.  Crazy On You
27.  If Looks Could Kill
28.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
29.  Commercial - Dodge
30.  Commercial - Greyhound
31.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 break - Steve Downes
32.  Bebe le Strange
33.  Alone
34.  Keep A Knockin' / Rock and Roll
35.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 outro - Steve Downes
36.  Westwood One Superstars In Concert 89-08 promo - Steve Downes
37.  Greenpeace Public Service Announcement - Daryl Hall
38.  Greenpeace Public Service Announcement - John Oates
39.  Greenpeace Public Service Announcement - Bruce Hornsby

"Never" and "How Can I Refuse" are listed incorrectly in reversed order on the cue sheet.
The same set list was also on show #87-23 broadcast on Oct. 2-4, 1987,
and again as #88-11 on June 17-19, 1988.
The Westwood One recording was the source for the bootlegs "Straight From The..." on the Karma label, and "Live In Concert" on the Three Cool Cats label. -Original

4 comments:

  1. https://mega.nz/#!3hMSGZ5J!bRPQdtNAsw-fHDlL5owUBj5CneiQddwo2RapZBxkzL8

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  2. An AWESOME setlist and sound quality! Would you have anymore from the Bad Animals tour, 1987 - 1988? Its my favorite tour of theirs. Thanks!

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    1. Hummmm, nope. just whats here.
      Ya love Heart too, we could be friends, lol.

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    2. Its all good and their one of my all time favorite bands besides R.E.M. and The Cure. Yes, we could be friends,lol

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