October 4, 2011

Aerosmith - The Coliseum, Oakland 1984

In 1984 Aerosmith did a comeback tour with Joe Perry and Brad Whitford back aboard.
This concert was the last of the first leg of this tour called Back in the Saddle Tour, and dates from August 31, 1984. It was unofficial released as Welcome Back Joe.


Sound Quality: 8.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

Disc 1
01 Back In The Saddle
02 Mama Kin
03 Bone To Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy)
04 Big Ten Inch Record
05 Three Mile Smile
06 Reefer Head Woman
07 Lord Of The Thighs
08 Last Child
09 Get The Lead Out
10 Red House
11 Lightning Strikes
12 Same Old Song And Dance

Disc 2
01 Dream On
02 Sweet Emotion
03 Walk This Way
04 Milk Cow Blues
05 Drum Solo
06 Toys In The Attic
07 Train Kept A Rollin'

Files:
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this 1984 Aerosmith show. Steven Tyler
sounds a bit off, but overall
it is a decent performance and
an enjoyable listen. Other than
the digital buzz at the start of
the intro, the sound quality is
quite good.

The set list is pretty good,
but I could do without the drum
solo and Milk Cow Blues and Big
10 Inch Record. A shame the last two are perennials. The cover of
Red House is OK but not something that plays to their strengths.

Scott.

AtticRock said...

Thanks for the review Scott.
I like Milk Cow Blues, reminds me their performance with Ted Nugent on the Texxas Jam Festival where they played it together.

Anonymous said...

friend repair the links:

Aerosmith - The Coliseum, Oakland 1984
Aerosmith - San Antonio TX 1982
Aerosmith: Donington 1990
Aerosmith: 29 August 1975

aerosmith bootlegs are great and rare
very good job man!!!!
thanks

Evil-e said...

Funny how shows that were recorded over 30 years ago just pop up one day and never even know they existed... sooo cool! :)

Thanks, Eric

Anonymous said...

In reference to someone's comment above, I saw this show...Tyler was a bit off indeed...for long periods of time he would be at the back of the stage, his back to the audience, swaying back and forth, sweating profusely X 10 and standing in front of one of those huge propeller fans. I wonder what that was about?!!Still thought it was a great show.