The Clash Live at Shea Stadium

Live at Shea Stadium

The Clash

Erschienen am 6. September 2013 bei Sony Music UK

Künstler: The Clash

Genre: Pop/Rock > Rock > Punk – New Wave

Auszeichnungen: Hi-Res Audio ( November 2013)

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In Clash lore, the band's stint as the opening act for the Who's farewell tour in 1982 is where the band had stardom in its hand and dropped it on the floor. That's how Joe Strummer phrased it in retrospect, but in 1982 the pairing was seen as a rock cultural clash, with the Who's audience bristling at the punks, and the punks not quite being comfortable operating on a larger scale -- a suspicion somewhat proven by the band's implosion within months of the Shea Stadium gig. Given all the stories about how poorly received this tour with the Who was -- that the Clash were routinely greeted by boos as they hopped from stadium to stadium across the U.S. -- it comes as a mild surprise that this unearthed recording of the band's opening set at Shea Stadium isn't bad at all. There were some signs prior to this 2008 archival release that this particular gig was pretty good -- some of the cuts surfaced on the posthumous live 1999 comp From Here to Eternity and the video to "Should I Stay or Should I Go" came from this gig -- but all the decades of disastrous myths help turn Live at Shea Stadium into a pleasant surprise. That doesn't mean that this is a definitive portrait of the Clash live, or even that it captures the band at their best, but it's fascinating to hear how they pitched their set to the Who's audience, only slowing down for the reggae of "Armagideon Time" and "The Guns of Brixton," but otherwise sticking with high-octane, breathlessly paced rock & roll -- the kind of set designed to placate a stadium full of classic rock fans, or at least keep them buying beer instead of throwing it. As a historical document, it's a worthy one. It not only illustrates that the Clash did turn in some strong performances on this often disaster-plagued tour, but it gives us the first officially released Clash concert instead of the re-creation of From Here to Eternity. And if it's not all terrific -- strangely, the Combat Rock songs can sometimes sound stiff, particularly "Rock the Casbah" -- when the group clicks, as they do on a closing stretch that includes "Career Opportunities," "Clampdown," "Should I Stay or Should I Go," and a furious "I Fought the Law," they sound like the greatest band on earth and a sure bet to have blown the Who off the stage. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Album : 1 Disc - 16 Tracks Gesamte Laufzeit : 00:49:04

  1. 1 Kosmo Vinyl Introduction (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Unknown, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  2. 2 London Calling (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  3. 3 Police on my Back (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Edmond Grant, Composer - Edmond Grant, Lyricist - Glyn Johns, Producer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  4. 4 The Guns of Brixton (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Paul Simonon, Composer - Paul Simonon, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  5. 5 Tommy Gun (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Glyn Johns, Producer - Michael Jones, Composer - Michael Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  6. 6 The Magnificent Seven (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Michael Jones, Composer - Michael Jones, Lyricist - Nicholas Bowen Headon, Composer - Nicholas Bowen Headon, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  7. 7 Armagideon Time (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Jackie Mittoo, Composer - Jackie Mittoo, Lyricist - Glyn Johns, Producer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Willi Williams, Composer - Willi Williams, Lyricist - Clement Dodd, Composer - Clement Dodd, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  8. 8 Magnificent Seven (Return) (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Topper Headon, Composer - Topper Headon, Lyricist - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Paul Simonon, Composer - Paul Simonon, Lyricist - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  9. 9 Rock the Casbah (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Topper Headon, Composer - Topper Headon, Lyricist - Glyn Johns, Producer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  10. 10 Train in Vain (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  11. 11 Career Opportunities (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Glyn Johns, Producer - Michael Jones, Composer - Michael Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  12. 12 Spanish Bombs (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  13. 13 Clampdown (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Glyn Johns, Producer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  14. 14 English Civil War (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Glyn Johns, Producer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Traditional, Composer - Traditional, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  15. 15 Should I Stay or Should I Go (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Composer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Lyricist - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Mick Jones, Composer - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Vocal - Nick B. Headon, Composer - Nick B. Headon, Lyricist - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Paul Simonon, Composer - Paul Simonon, Lyricist - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  16. 16 I Fought the Law (Live at Shea Stadium)

    The Clash, Performer - Joe Strummer, Guitar - Joe Strummer, Vocal - Sonny Curtis, Composer - Sonny Curtis, Lyricist - Mick Jones, Guitar - Mick Jones, Vocal - Paul Simonon, Background Vocal - Paul Simonon, Bass - Terry Chimes, Drums - Glyn Johns, Producer Copyright : (P) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

  • Beschreibung des Albums
  • In Clash lore, the band's stint as the opening act for the Who's farewell tour in 1982 is where the band had stardom in its hand and dropped it on the floor. That's how Joe Strummer phrased it in retrospect, but in 1982 the pairing was seen as a rock cultural clash, with the Who's audience bristling at the punks, and the punks not quite being comfortable operating on a larger scale -- a suspicion somewhat proven by the band's implosion within months of the Shea Stadium gig. Given all the stories about how poorly received this tour with the Who was -- that the Clash were routinely greeted by boos as they hopped from stadium to stadium across the U.S. -- it comes as a mild surprise that this unearthed recording of the band's opening set at Shea Stadium isn't bad at all. There were some signs prior to this 2008 archival release that this particular gig was pretty good -- some of the cuts surfaced on the posthumous live 1999 comp From Here to Eternity and the video to "Should I Stay or Should I Go" came from this gig -- but all the decades of disastrous myths help turn Live at Shea Stadium into a pleasant surprise. That doesn't mean that this is a definitive portrait of the Clash live, or even that it captures the band at their best, but it's fascinating to hear how they pitched their set to the Who's audience, only slowing down for the reggae of "Armagideon Time" and "The Guns of Brixton," but otherwise sticking with high-octane, breathlessly paced rock & roll -- the kind of set designed to placate a stadium full of classic rock fans, or at least keep them buying beer instead of throwing it. As a historical document, it's a worthy one. It not only illustrates that the Clash did turn in some strong performances on this often disaster-plagued tour, but it gives us the first officially released Clash concert instead of the re-creation of From Here to Eternity. And if it's not all terrific -- strangely, the Combat Rock songs can sometimes sound stiff, particularly "Rock the Casbah" -- when the group clicks, as they do on a closing stretch that includes "Career Opportunities," "Clampdown," "Should I Stay or Should I Go," and a furious "I Fought the Law," they sound like the greatest band on earth and a sure bet to have blown the Who off the stage. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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