The Cure: Dressing Up For A Day Out. (Kiss The Stone :: KTS 466)
Recorded Live at Glastonbury Festival, Pilton, Somerset, England - June 25, 1995.
Excellent Soundboard Recording :: Silver CD :: Lossless FLAC.
01. Pictures Of You
03. Just Like Heaven
04. Jupiter Crash
06. The Walk
07. Let´s Go To Bed
08. Dressing Up
09. A Strange Day
11. Mink Car
12. Friday I´m In Love
13. In Between Days
14. From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
15. Shiver And Shake
Files: 17. :: Size: 179.93 MB (Mp3) / 538 MB (Flac).
Total Time: 01:18:38 hour/s.
Personnel: Robert Smith - guitar, vocals :: Perry Bamonte - guitar :: Jason Cooper - percussion, drums :: Simon Gallup - bass :: Roger O'Donnell - keyboard.
Notes: Fabulous!! Brilliant! A Damn Fine Job! The whole thing is simply stunning; the most-often played LP in my collection. Of particular note are Lullaby - the dark, melodius drone of Smith's voice over a relentless groove sends shivers down my spine... Just Like Heaven is spectacular - the best version I've ever heard; Smith's acoustic guitar adds color and depth not found in studio recordings. Jupiter Crash, from the forthcoming LP, is marvellous, as well. The highlight of this recording, though, is From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea. The Cure outdo themselves in this phenomenal performance... Smith's writhe in an out of stellar guitar solos and some amazing percussion work. "Simply elegant." SiGRiD.
Absolutely brilliant. It was nice to get a preview of Mint Car and Jupiter Crash before Wild Mood Swings emerged. Having Roger back is great, and Jason's inspired drumming adds a certain electricity to the band. Boris was equally excellent but more sublte. Perry's guitar solo in "Green Sea" is to die for. Excellent song selection, and quality. Lame liner notes as usual, but a truly excellent disk to own. Greg.<- taken from musicfanclubs.org and original -nfo file>.