Cafe Campus Quebec City Canada

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Cafe Campus Quebec City Canada

Cafe Campus Quebec City Canada

Parlez-vous Francais? Even if you don’t, you can be pretty sure that the dulcet Dorset voice at the beginning of the tape has just informed the inhabitants of Quebec that the League of Gentlemen are, in fact, a dance band. On the first night of the LoG’s North American tour Barry Andrew’s organ is cajoled into emitting a hell of shrieks and growls which is clearly appreciated by all within range. In terms of Fripp resonding to encouragement, well, there’s plenty of it to be heard from an enraptured crowd as he rips it up during Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx.
Cafe Campus Quebec City Canada

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TRACK
TIME
01
Inductive Resonance
05:34
02
Trap
04:51
03
Heptaparaparshinokh
02:19
04
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx
02:16
05
Boy At Piano
04:42
06
Christian Children Marching Singing
03:19
07
Dislocated
05:09
08
Untitled
01:58
09
Minor Man
03:34
10
Thrang Thrang Gozinbulx II
03:11
11
Ooh Mr Fripp
04:48
12
Farewell Johnny Brill
04:14
13
Eye Needle
02:55
14
Inductive Resonance
06:07
15
Dislocated
05:44

LoG19800614Quebec2

LoG19800614Quebec1

Written by Rainer Robles
What a tour kick-off!
Indeed, the crowd was very appreciative of the League. Even if there were a couple bum notes, it looks like the whole event was very inspiring!! Oh, and gotta love that "Under heavy manners" is starting to play at the café just as the tape ends!!
Written by Frank Hadlich
Tours should start like this
Bonsoir, nous sommes la ligue de gentlemen, nous sommes un groupe pour la danse. Voulez-vous danser! Robert’s slightly inconfident announcement opens a tremendously exciting and rocking gig, with an audience going apeshit!I love this document, a great opener for the tour to come.
Written by Francois Villeneuve
i was there
Inductive rocks: the guitar was played by an android...
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