Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Let's Listen to a Tucson Concert by The Clash

Posted By on Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 2:00 PM

On May 28, 1983, The Clash played the TCC Exhibition Hall as part of a warm-up tour for their gig at the Steve Wozniak-funded US Festival near San Bernadino. Since someone was kind enough to upload a generally listenable bootleg of the show to YouTube (broken up into individual songs, for better or worse), you might as well enjoy it.

The rest of the show is below the cut.

"This is Radio Clash":

"Hate & War":

"Spanish Bombs":

"Rock the Casbah":

"Lost In the Supermarket":

"Know Your Rights":

"Death Or Glory":

"The Guns Of Brixton":

"Koka Kola":

"Charlie Don't Surf":

"Somebody Got Murdered":

"Armagideon Time":

"Brand New Cadillac":

"Police On My Back":

"Safe European Home":

"I Fought the Law":

"Should I Stay or Should I Go?":

"The Magnificent Seven":

"Car Jamming":

"Clampdown":

"Sound Of the Sinners":

"Train In Vain":

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