1987/10/12 Birmingham, England AUD

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Roger McGuinn
NEC Arena, Birmingham, England
October 12, 1987

Source: Audience Recording > unknown generation cassette (courtesy of M.R. archive)
Transfer: Zoom H4n (16 bit / 44.1 kHz) (transfer by M.R.)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > Wav > TLH (sector boundary aligned) Flac level 8
Traders Den 5/24/18 – Tracked by kingrue upload 1489
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Here’s another 1987 recording for Tom Petty fans. This was the opening acts for Bob Dylan on this tour.

This is the only copy of this show I’ve heard. It’s probably in limited circulation, but it has it’s issues.

This is missing the first 4 songs of Roger’s set and missing the last song of Tom Petty’s set.

This tape starts in progress as Tom Petty’s band has joined Roger to play out his set with some Byrds classics.

Tom Petty starts his set with The Georgia Satellites cover and Roger later joins in to perform “So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star”.

Even though it’s not complete and the sound is a bit rough at times, I think it’s still unique and worth a listen.

Many thanks to M.R. for supplying the tapes.

Roger McGuinn & The Heartbreakers = 17:00 min

  1. Drug Store Truck Driving Man — small cut @ 0:25 —
  2. King Of The Hill
  3. Eight Miles High
  4. Turn Turn Turn
  5. Mr. Tambourine Man

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers = 36:21 min

  1. Keep Your Hands To Yourself
  2. How Many More Days
  3. The Image Of Me
  4. It’ll All Work Out
  5. Goodbye Little Rich Girl
  6. Don’t Come Around Here No More — small cut @ 1:16 —
    — tape flip —
  7. Southern Accents
  8. So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star (w/Roger McGuinn)

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