Download: w/the Range, London 1988

We wanted to know what era you’d like a download from – so we put it to the vote on our Bruuuce.COMmunity Facebook group.

BH-london88Thanks to all those who voted and had their say. The favourite this time around was a Range show from any time before 1993.

That left us with a lot to choose from, so we went for this show from December 1988, when Bruce Hornsby and the Range took the trip over to London to play at the Hammersmith Apollo.

It was broadcast on BBC Radio One, so the quality of the recording is high.

Paul Carrack from Squeeze and Mike and the Mechanics provided guest vocals on The Weight.

We have more downloads to come from the present tour…

Please enjoy these downloads, and let us know what you want to hear, either through our contact page or the Bruuuce.COMmunity Facebook group!

  01. Jacob's Ladder
» 8.2 MiB - 340 downloads

  02. Mandolin Rain
» 8.8 MiB - 346 downloads

  03. Shenandoah > The Road Not Taken
» 11.8 MiB - 308 downloads

  04. The Weight
» 5.3 MiB - 328 downloads

  05. On the Western Skyline
» 8.5 MiB - 292 downloads

  06. The Way It Is
» 7.8 MiB - 313 downloads

  07. Defenders of the Flag
» 7.5 MiB - 271 downloads

  08. Mighty Quinn
» 4.3 MiB - 285 downloads

 

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