Hearnes Center Field House
University of Missouri
December 8, 1987
Download FLAC: Google Drive
promoting their sixth album, “door to door”
westwood one FM broadcast
runtime: 75:02 (minutes/seconds)
1: radio intro :14
2: tonight she comes 4:12
3: touch and go 4:59
4: double trouble 4:12
5: you are the girl 3:59
6: everything you say 5:16
7: since you’re gone 4:02
8: nightspots 3:34
9: strap me in 4:46
10: let’s go 3:36 (tape flip after)
11: Candy-O 2:38
12: moving in stereo 5:26
13: dangerous type 5:30
14: drive 3:55
15: hello again 3:54
16: just what I needed 3:38
17: my best friend’s girl 4:01
18: good times roll 3:44
19: you might think 3:25
WAAF Worcester 107.3 FM (pre-recorded) broadcast >
Yamaha 500 receiver with digital tuner and wire antenna >
Nak. BX-100 cassette deck (dolby off) >
very rarely played maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette >
played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb’s aligned) > torrentially yours.
Includes 4 songs performed live from then current album, double trouble, everything you say, strap me in and you are the girl.
this was the last tour of the original lineup, and if the date and location information is correct, (from etree)one of the last shows of the tour.
Ric Ocasek: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Elliot Easton: guitar
Gregg Hawkes: keyboards
Ben Orr: lead vocals, bass (R.I.P.)
David Robinson: drums
6 thoughts on “The Cars – Columbia, MO (12/08/87)”
DylanDave I have successfully downloaded everything you sent. Thanks again.
Thanks for sharing the flacs 🙂
Nice left-field post – thanks Mat!
I really miss good internet. When I had it I loved to download all sorts of random things and share them. I took some pride in having a very eclectic blog. Now with my crap internet I rarely get the chance to download anything and instead rely on my big stash of Dead/Dylan/Morrison. Good stuff there, of course, but I miss this kind of thing.
I’m not ready to make big announcements yet, but there is very likely a move ahead in my relatively recent future and as Blog as my witness I will only move into a place with high speed internet.
I hope that is true! Good internet makes a huge difference!
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