Dire Straits / The Kinks - Westwood One In Concert # 91-32 mp3 flac
- Album: Westwood One In Concert # 91-32
- MP3: 1592 mb | FLAC: 1543 mb
- Released: 1991
- Style: Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 615
- Format: WAV AU MP4 APE AC3 MP2 FLAC
Westwood One – I 91-32. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Transcription. radio transcription discs consisting of a double bill of Dire Straits and The Kinks. The Dire Straits tracks were recorded at The Paris Theatre, London, in 1978, and were eventually released on the official album Dire Straits - Live At The BBC. The recording does not indicate where or when The Kinks tracks were recorded. Contains original commercial blocks and DJ intros by Tawn Mastrey.
This concert was reproduced many times following this on LP and compact disc. This set features host Charlie Kendall and commercial blocks from Coke, Coke Classic and Sprite.
THE STUDIO ALBUMS 1978 – 1991 brings together all six of Dire Straits’ studio albums – Dire Straits, Communique, Making Movies, Love Over Gold, Brothers In Arms and On Every Street. All are pressed on beautiful 180gm vinyl. With all original artwork restored, the six albums are packed in a handsome box set slipcase. 1978 Dire Straits 1979 Communique 1980 Making Movies 1982 Love Over Gold 1985 Brothers In Arms Full Version 2LP 1991 On Every Street 2LP. Tracklist: 1978.
Dire Straits (Album). Dire Straits, The Motors - In Concert-182 (LP, Transcription). BBC Transcription Services. Dire Straits are the vehicle for session guitar whiz Mark Knopfler, who first appeared as a member of Bob Dylan's band in the mid-1970s. Dire Straits play well-behaved, rhythm-heavy radio-rock that gets all its personality from Knopfler's . Cale-ish guitars and montone vocals. The classic rock radio staple "Sultans of Swing" may be the best example of the band's art, featuring Knopfler's wry lyrics and laid-back, jiggering guitar lines.
Dire Straits established Dire Straits as a major force on album-oriented radio in America, and their second album, Communique (1979), consolidated their audience, selling three million copies worldwide. As the group was recording its third album, David Knopfler left the band to pursue a solo career; he was replaced by former Darling member Hal Lindes. Dire Straits followed the album two years later with Love Over Gold, an album filled with long, experimental passages, plus the single "Private Investigations," which became a number two hit in the . The album went gold in America and spent four weeks at number one in Britain. Shortly after the release of Love Over Gold, former Rockpile drummer Terry Williams replaced Withers. During 1982, Knopfler began exploring musical avenues outside of Dire Straits, scoring the Bill Forsyth film Local Hero and playing on Van Morrison's Beautiful Vision.
Dire Straits were a British rock band formed in 1977 by Mark Knopfler (lead vocals and lead guitar), his younger brother David Knopfler (rhythm guitar and backing vocals), John Illsley (bass guitar and backing vocals), and Pick Withers (drums and percussion).
|A1||–Tawn Mastrey||Tawn Mastrey Radio Intro|
|A2||–No Artist||Commercial Block - T.G.I. Friday's / U.S. Army|
|A3||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Intro|
|A4||–Dire Straits||Down To The Waterline|
|A5||–Dire Straits||Water Of Love|
|A6||–Dire Straits||Wild West End|
|A7||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Break|
|A8||–No Artist||Commercial Block - AT&T / Greyhound|
|A9||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Outcue|
|B2||–Dire Straits||Sultans Of Swing|
|B3||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Break|
|B4||–No Artist||Commercial Block - Volkswagen / T.G.I. Friday's|
|B5||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Outcue|
|B6||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Intro|
|B8||–The Kinks||Dedicated Follower Of Fashion|
|B9||–The Kinks||Celluloid Heroes|
|B10||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Break|
|B11||–No Artist||Commercial Block - Bacardi Breezers / Volkswagen / AT&T|
|B12||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Outcue|
|C2||–The Kinks||Life On The Road|
|C3||–The Kinks||Waterloo Sunset|
|C4||–The Kinks||All Day And All Of The Night|
|C5||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Break|
|C6||–No Artist||Commercial Block - Bacardi Breezers / U.S. Army / Volkswagen|
|C7||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Outcue|
|D2||–The Kinks||Demon Alcohol|
|D3||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Break|
|D4||–No Artist||Commercial Block - T.G.I. Friday's / Greyhound|
|D5||–Tawn Mastrey||Segment Outcue|
|D6||–The Kinks||You Really Got Me|
|D7||–The Kinks||It's Only Juke Box Music|
|D8||–Tawn Mastrey, Dire Straits, The Kinks||Concert Promo Spot (Music & Voice)|
- Recorded At – Paris Theatre, London
- Pressed By – KM Records Inc.
- Bass – John Illsley (tracks: A4 - A6, B1 & B2), Pete Quaife (tracks: B6 - B8, C1 - C4, D1 & D2, D6 & D7)
- Drums – Mick Avory (tracks: B6 - B8, C1 - C4, D1 & D2, D6 & D7), Pick Withers (tracks: A4 - A6, B1 & B2)
- Guitar – Ray Davies (tracks: B6 - B8, C1 - C4, D1 & D2, D6 & D7)
- Lead Vocals – Dave Davies (tracks: B6 - B8, C1 - C4, D1 & D2, D6 & D7)
- Lead Vocals, Guitar – Mark Knopfler (tracks: A4 - A6, B1 & B2)
- Rhythm Guitar – David Knopfler (tracks: A4 - A6, B1 & B2)
NotesDIRE STRAITS & THE KINKS
Westwood One In Concert Show # I 91-32
Original Airdate: 5 August 1991
1991 pre-FM Double Vinyl
U.S. radio transcription discs consisting of a double bill of Dire Straits and The Kinks. The Dire Straits tracks were recorded at The Paris Theatre, London, in 1978, and were eventually released on the official album Dire Straits - Live At The BBC. The recording does not indicate where or when The Kinks tracks were recorded. Contains original commercial blocks and DJ intros by Tawn Mastrey.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Etched Except MMC KM, Cursive): I • 91-32-1 MMC KM
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Etched Except MMC KM, Cursive): I • 91-32-2 MMC KM
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3, Etched Except MMC KM, Cursive): I • 91-32-3 MMC KM
- Matrix / Runout (Side 4, Etched Except MMC KM, Cursive): I • 91-32-4 MMC KM