May 25, 2007

Triumph: Los Angeles 1985

Triumph live from the LA Sports Arena on March 8, 1985. A show that was part of their "Thunder Seven" North American tour. Recorded from a satellite broadcast to radio stations across the U.S.
Quite a fantastic concert, i just wish this one had a little better sound...

Sound Quality: 9

Track list:
01 Intro
02 Interview
03 Show Start
04 When The Lights Go Down
05 Magic Power
06 Never Surrender
07 Allied Forces
08 Lay It On The Line
09 Midsummer's Daydream
10 Time Goes By
11 World Of Fantasy
12 Drum Solo
13 Rock and Roll Machine
14 Guitar Solo
15 Spellbound
16 Encore Intro
17 Fight The Good Fight

MP3 - mirror
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

13 comments:

chris said...

great live, thanks very much,
but the password doesn't work for the part II...

Anonymous said...

Please re-up. Thanks in advance.

Anonymous said...

thanks for the Triumph re-up share.

What a super duper group Triumph was to me and all of their Allied Forces.

Thanks AGAIN and AGAIN.

Anonymous said...

best 3 piece band ever!

awesome band live.

thank you

Massa said...

Tanks! but I can't find the link for FLAC pt.1 !

Massa said...

Thanks, but I can't find link for FLAC part 1.

AtticRock said...

The damn link has escaped but it's there now!

Massa said...

Thanks Again!

Luis said...

Hi,

Could you please re-up this Triumph concert. I have never heard "Time goes by" and would love to have the chance to have it... Only missing "Time Canon" and "Killing Time"

Thanks in advance :)

AtticRock said...

Triumph '85 with new links!

Luis said...

Hi there!

Many thanks. You are right by saying it has not the best of sounds but it have been a great pleasure to listen more live recordings from 'Thunder Seven' tracks.

:)

et n said...

i was 15 years old when i went to this show. without a doubt one of the best concerts i have ever seen. i've been to a lot of shows. (genesis, scorpions, aerosmith, judas priest, ted nugent, rush, santana, van halen just to name a few.... they were awsome. mike levine and gil moore are under-rated musicians you just have to see them live.....awsome live. eric n. from silverlake/los angeles ca

Anonymous said...

Flac links are dead again...........first heard Triumph back in the day when radio stations played entire albums........Rock n Roll Machine blew me away!