June 8, 2010

UFO - Knebworth 1985

This is the UFO show at Knebworth 1985, it has about 50 minutes, and it was in the year they released the Misdemeanor album.
This festival included other bands such as Bernie Marsden's Alaska, Mountain, Blackfoot, Mamas Boys, Meatloaf, Scorpions, Deep Purple.



Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:

01 - Blinded By the Light
02 - Heaven's Gate (with tape flip)
03 - Wreckless
04 - Love to Love
05 - Night Run
06 - Only You Can Rock Me
07 - Lights Out
08 - Doctor, Doctor (tape slows down)

Released as part of On Air: At The BBC 1974 - 1985

10 comments:

Luis Rush said...

Hello my portuguese friend!

UFO is one of the best hard rock band that I ever heard! The line-up of this show only the fantastic vocalist Phil Moog (from the 70s) participated and they had a japanese guitar player called Atomic Tommy M (where`s this guy?)

The sound of this boot is terrific!!

Great job again!

AtticRock said...

Hi Luis, this was sort of a comeback for UFO, it does sound great indeed.

Anonymous said...

I was at this show :-)

A rainy day :-(

Anonymous said...

Was at this gig. The weather was crap all day and the mud was deep :) Still got loads of good memories of it though. We came down on a bus from Ayr in Scotland to the gig and got stuck in the mud. Had to push the bus out of the mud and ended up being sprayed from head to foot by the wheels. Still it was a good one!

Anonymous said...

i too was at this show and it rained all day apart from when deep purple came on,well for 10mins anyway.

Anonymous said...

I was at this concert. I was a Yank stationed in England and went to many of these festivals. This one was terrible, weather-wise. The Scorpions, Blackfoot and UFO were great. Phil Moog got a bit pissed with the bottle-throwing and Meatloaf got pegged with a mudball. It was fun, that's for sure. Despite the weather.

john nicholson said...

any chance of an upload

AtticRock said...

Ok, there's new mp3 and flac links.

Anonymous said...

This is available as an official release on the On Air: At The BBC 1974-1985 box set

AtticRock said...

Thanks for the info, the post is now updated