March 6, 2015

Ian Hunter Band Featuring Mick Ronson - The Roxy, Los Angeles 1980

Ian Hunter Band featuring Mick Ronson at the The Roxy, Los Angeles during their U.S. tour to promote the double album, mostly recorded live, Welcome To The Club.
It's a great show and this recording with around 90 minutes duration is probably close to reflect the full set.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
Part 1
01 - FBI
02 - Once Bitten Twice Shy
03 - Who Do You Love
04 - One Of The Boys
05 - The Truth, The Whole Truth, Nuthin' But The Truth
06 - Silver Needles
07 - Angeline
08 - Man 'O War
09 - Just Another Night

Part 2
01 - Standing In My Light (cut)
02 - Bastard
03 - All The Way From Memphis
04 - Cleveland Rocks
05 - We Gotta Get Out Of Here
06 - All The Young Dudes
07 - Slaughter On 10th Avenue
08 - Walkin' With A Mountain
09 - Irene Wilde

FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2


Anonymous said...

Where's 05 - The Truth, The Whole Truth, Nuthin' But The Truth?

AtticRock said...

The files are fixed now!

La Piazza Gancio said...

Always happy for the opportunity to hear I. Hunter and M. Ronson working in tandem!

Anonymous said...

tracks 4 & 5 on disc 1 are both "The Truth,The Wole Truth...'. There is not "One Of The Boys"

AtticRock said...

Sorry about that, I think they're ok now!

Anonymous said...

Great sound on this one, AR! And Ronson pretty much shreds the whole show! Thanks for posting it!

I DLed the MP3 verson on 18 March, but Track 105 is still duplicated. Can you possibly check again? Or maybe post Track 104 as a single file? Sorry for the hassles, my man!


AtticRock said...

Sorry dr. I forgot to update the mp3.
All is fine now! (I hope)

Riot Nrrrd™ said...

This show is not from May 20 1980. More like May 29 1980.

I saw Ian Hunter & Mick Ronson at The Roxy on June 1 1980. That tour started in Denver on May 22. While I suppose it could have been a warmup show for the tour, I doubt it.

More proof that it was May 29th can be found here on The Paley Center For Media Web site:

This entry mentions the KMET broadcast and it clearly states "May 29, 1980".