|Live Vol.1 and Live Vol 2.|
Vol 1 on blue coloured vinyl and Live Vol.2 on red coloured vinyl
First time on vinyl for the first official live album collection, originally released on a 2CD set in 1995, from The Police.
Two separate double LPs showcase the band in two stages:
Recorded in 1979 – shows a trio on the rise performing at its rawest, propelled by bassist and lead singer Sting, followed by drummer extraordinaire Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers, whose guitar textures are present throughout the show.
The live gig took place at the Orpheum in Boston during the tour for their second album, Reggatta de Blanc, and was broadcast on local radio station WBCN at the time. It captures The Police at their most frantic and energetic.
Highlights include early hits and classics such as Next to You, So Lonely, Bring on the Night, The Bed’s Too Big Without You, Roxanne, Walking on the Moon and Can’t Stand Losing You.
Recorded on the American leg of their Synchronicity tour in 1983 during a stop in Georgia, at a show at The Omni in Atlanta.
The show highlights a band at its peak, their already sophisticated sound being complemented by three background vocalists – Dollette Mc Donald, Tessa Niles and Michelle Cobb.
Highlights include Tea in the Sahara, Every Breath You Take, Synchronicity I and Synchronicity II as well as huge hits – De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da and Don’t Stand So Close To Me.
Remastered in 2020 at Abbey Road exclusively for this release
Pressed on heavyweight coloured vinyl
Vol 1 on blue vinyl and Vol II on red vinyl.