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2LP in heavyweight black vinyl with gatefold sleeve, printed inner bags and liner notes. The legendary cult heroes' final electric performance, recorded at the O2 Indigo London in December 2018. The Final Bow captures The Pretty Things at their rocking and unique best across 3 sets of classic tracks featuring special guest appearances from David Gilmour and Van Morrison. This 2LP set features a selection of the evening's recordings presented in a gatefold sleeve featuring photography from Judy Totton and printed inner bags with liner notes written by Phil May of his life as the frontman of the ballsy and successful rock band. The audio was recorded by Ben McCusker, mastered by Gwyn Matthias and produced by Mark St. John. Invaluable to the development of British music, The Pretty Things have been a critical success and a huge influence on artists as diverse as David Bowie, Aerosmith, The Ramones, Bob Dylan, The Sex Pistols, The White Stripes, Kasabian and many, many more - who site their outrageous behaviour, incandescent stage performances and astonishing catalogue of remarkable, ground-breaking recordings as fundamental in the creation of their own work. This electric performance features all of the youthful and incendiary vigour from their 60s beginnings, showing off a technical prowess by performing tracks from their full range of styles: first wave R'n'B, psychedelic rock, and the blues. Led by founding vocalist and guitarist Phil May & Dick Taylor, the band was driven by their current line-up consisting Frank Holland, Jack Greenwood & George Woosey and featured returns from original recording band members Skip Allen, Wally Waller & John Povey. The evening was transformed from unmissable to sensational with the guest performances of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour on classics including "Cries from the Midnight Circus" & "L. S. D. ", and legendary vocalist Van Morrison on blues classic "Baby, Please Don't Go" & soul standard "You Can't Judge a Book by it's Cover". The Final Bow should be compulsory for anyone with the slightest interest in popular music and the youth and social revolution of the 1960s
2LP in heavyweight black vinyl with gatefold sleeve, printed inner bags and liner notes. The legendary cult heroes' final electric performance, recorded at the O2 Indigo London in December 2018. The Final Bow captures The Pretty Things at their rocking and unique best across 3 sets of classic tracks featuring special guest appearances from David Gilmour and Van Morrison. This 2LP set features a selection of the evening's recordings presented in a gatefold sleeve featuring photography from Judy Totton and printed inner bags with liner notes written by Phil May of his life as the frontman of the ballsy and successful rock band. The audio was recorded by Ben McCusker, mastered by Gwyn Matthias and produced by Mark St. John. Invaluable to the development of British music, The Pretty Things have been a critical success and a huge influence on artists as diverse as David Bowie, Aerosmith, The Ramones, Bob Dylan, The Sex Pistols, The White Stripes, Kasabian and many, many more - who site their outrageous behaviour, incandescent stage performances and astonishing catalogue of remarkable, ground-breaking recordings as fundamental in the creation of their own work. This electric performance features all of the youthful and incendiary vigour from their 60s beginnings, showing off a technical prowess by performing tracks from their full range of styles: first wave R'n'B, psychedelic rock, and the blues. Led by founding vocalist and guitarist Phil May & Dick Taylor, the band was driven by their current line-up consisting Frank Holland, Jack Greenwood & George Woosey and featured returns from original recording band members Skip Allen, Wally Waller & John Povey. The evening was transformed from unmissable to sensational with the guest performances of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour on classics including "Cries from the Midnight Circus" & "L. S. D. ", and legendary vocalist Van Morrison on blues classic "Baby, Please Don't Go" & soul standard "You Can't Judge a Book by it's Cover". The Final Bow should be compulsory for anyone with the slightest interest in popular music and the youth and social revolution of the 1960s
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Pretty Things - Final Bow

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SNAP
Rel. Date: 10/25/2019
UPC: 636551813914

Final Bow
Artist: Pretty Things
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $39.99
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DISC: 1
MP3
1. Intro (Live At Indigo At The O2)
2. Honey, I Need (Live At Indigo At The O2)
3. Don't Bring Me Down (Live At Indigo At The O2)
4. Buzz The Jerk (Live At Indigo At The O2)
5. Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut (Live At Indigo At The O2)
6. Get The Picture? (Live At Indigo At The O2)
7. The Same Sun (Live At Indigo At The O2)
8. Alexander / Defecting Grey (Live At Indigo At The O2)
9. Big Boss Man (Live At Indigo At The O2)
10. Midnight To Six Man (Live At Indigo At The O2)
11. Mr. Evasion (Live At Indigo At The O2)
12. S.F. Sorrow Set Intro (Live At Indigo At The O2)
13. Scene One (Live At Indigo At The O2)
14. S.F. Sorrow Is Born (Live At Indigo At The O2)
15. She Says Good Morning (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
16. Baron Saturday (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
17. Trust (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
18. I See You (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
19. Cries From The Midnight Circus (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
20. End Set Intro (Live At Indigo At The O2)
21. Can't Be Satisfied (Live At Indigo At The O2)
22. Come In My Kitchen (Live At Indigo At The O2)
23. Baby, Please Don't Go (Feat. Van Morrison) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
24. I Can Tell (Feat. Van Morrison) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
25. You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover (Feat. Van Morrison) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
26. Come See Me (Live At Indigo At The O2)
27. Mona (Live At Indigo At The O2)
28. L.S.D. / Old Man Going (Feat. David Gilmour) (Live At Indigo At The O2)
29. Encore Intro (Live At Indigo At The O2)
30. Rosalyn (Live At Indigo At The O2)
31. Loneliest Person (Live At Indigo At The O2)
32. Phil's Final Words (Live At Indigo At The O2)

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2LP in heavyweight black vinyl with gatefold sleeve, printed inner bags and liner notes. The legendary cult heroes' final electric performance, recorded at the O2 Indigo London in December 2018. The Final Bow captures The Pretty Things at their rocking and unique best across 3 sets of classic tracks featuring special guest appearances from David Gilmour and Van Morrison. This 2LP set features a selection of the evening's recordings presented in a gatefold sleeve featuring photography from Judy Totton and printed inner bags with liner notes written by Phil May of his life as the frontman of the ballsy and successful rock band. The audio was recorded by Ben McCusker, mastered by Gwyn Matthias and produced by Mark St. John. Invaluable to the development of British music, The Pretty Things have been a critical success and a huge influence on artists as diverse as David Bowie, Aerosmith, The Ramones, Bob Dylan, The Sex Pistols, The White Stripes, Kasabian and many, many more - who site their outrageous behaviour, incandescent stage performances and astonishing catalogue of remarkable, ground-breaking recordings as fundamental in the creation of their own work. This electric performance features all of the youthful and incendiary vigour from their 60s beginnings, showing off a technical prowess by performing tracks from their full range of styles: first wave R'n'B, psychedelic rock, and the blues. Led by founding vocalist and guitarist Phil May & Dick Taylor, the band was driven by their current line-up consisting Frank Holland, Jack Greenwood & George Woosey and featured returns from original recording band members Skip Allen, Wally Waller & John Povey. The evening was transformed from unmissable to sensational with the guest performances of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour on classics including "Cries from the Midnight Circus" & "L. S. D. ", and legendary vocalist Van Morrison on blues classic "Baby, Please Don't Go" & soul standard "You Can't Judge a Book by it's Cover". The Final Bow should be compulsory for anyone with the slightest interest in popular music and the youth and social revolution of the 1960s
        
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