schrade at akrobiz.com
Sat Aug 7 17:44:21 CDT 2004
> Any opinions on this here? If you had a chance to buy a cd or video of the
> Cincinnati show (with $$ going to charity, maybe), how would you vote?
I agree with Bruce. I can't see anyone wanting to go back & immerse
themselves in that tragedy. And I'll bet the victims' families aren't
keeping all their ill-feelings centered on the people who ran the concert
venue that day; I'm sure a lot of their anger still rests with The Who,
especially after Pete's mis-interpreted, post-tragedy interview in Rolling
The bootleg has been available for years. Although, I've never seen a
copy on CD. The old vinyl version was pretty common at record
shows years ago.
It's an audience recording & you can hear one guy, at one point, telling
his friend that there are a bunch of police cars outside the venue. I
haven't listened to the boot recently, so I don't remember his exact
Then, at the very end of the boot, there's a news snippet of a reporter
talking about the tragedy, apparently on the night it happened.
This, of course, is the questionably-titled STAMPEDE bootleg.
- SCHRADE in Akron
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