DAEVID ALLEN
1990-08-?? - London, UK
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1990-08-?? - London (Kennington), UK - The Cricketers (The Oval) - aud (90m) (2cd)
Daevid Allen + Thom The Poet

1) Daevid Allen introducing... (2:27) *
2) Thom The Street Poem (11:59)
3) intro rap - Introdrone (9:34) **
4) collage intro
> Mystico Fanatico (8:16) ***
5) Away Away (4:06) $
6) Collage / Bellyful Of Telephone (2:42)
7) She (7:59) =
8) Collage Patafisico / Divided Alien Manifesto (6:02)
9) The Second Half (1:10)

10) I Love Sex (3:25) +
11) Euterpe Gratitude Piece
/ The Death Of Rock (7:56)
12) Children Of The New World (5:56) ?

13) O Wichitio (2:36) &
14)
Peaceful Warrior (5:13)
15) Gaia (5:07) #
16) Magick Brother (4:50) ^
17) Zero (2:00)

* "For those of you haven't met me yet my name's Daevid Allen (...) I'd like to introduce you, he's just turned up in London from Melbourne Thom The Street Poet".
** "This is very serious...what I'm about to do I've never done before in London...this is what's called The Divided Alien ordinary show...".
*** Daevid mentions Arthur Brown.
$ Ends with "La Marseillaise" quote.
= Daevid forgets the words at beginning of song.
[Cut on last notes].
+ Performed live over Herbie Hancock's "Rock It" tape backing.
? "Here's something more...summer's coming up...something from something that Virgin has just put out again...it's a record called Good Morning...it's out on cd".
&
[Cut? at 0:55].
# "Thank you chums...that it for tonight...thanks very much for coming". Daevid mentions the Cricketers.
^ Dropout or cut at 4:26.

Source: Tape (unknown generation) > TEAC V-1050 > Edirol R-1 > wavelab > Cd Wave.
[Daevid Allen - 1990-08-xx Kennington, London] Received as flac set on dvd data in private mail trade.
No SBE's - TLH analysis - fingerprints
Mostly performed live over pre-recorded tapes.


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