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Wickham 2019 [no label, 2CD]

Wickham Festival. Wickham, Hampshire, UK; August 4, 2019. Fairly to very good audience recording.

With hits such as Alone Again, Naturally; Clair and Get Down, Gilbert O’Sullivan ruled the radio once upon a time.

Thanks to Leadville200 for sharing the show at Dime.

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Track 01. Intro 1:31
Track 02. January Git 3:10
Track 03. Out Of The Question 3:13
Track 04. Intro 0:35
Track 05. Nothing Rhymed 3:18
Track 06. I Don’t Love You But I Think I Like You 3:17
Track 07. Where Did You Go To? 3:27
Track 08. Intro 0:56
Track 09. We Will 3:53
Track 10. Can’t Get You To Love Me 3:46
Track 11. Intro 0:39
Track 12. Lesson 1:05
Track 13. Where Peaceful Waters Flow 5:12
Track 14. Ooh Wakka Doo Wakka Day 2:51
Track 15. Clair 3:12
Track 16. Stick in The Mud 4:29
Track 17. No Matter How I Try 3:05
Track 18. Intro 0:36
Track 19. Why 3:45
Track 20. The Same The Whole World Over 3:13
Track 21. Hablando del Rey de Roma 4:21
Track 22. What’s In A Kiss? 2:53
Track 23. Alone Again (Naturally) 3:49
Track 24. Get Down 9:05
Track 25. Outro 2:26
78 mins

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  1. 41 Responses to “GILBERT O’SULLIVAN - WICKHAM 2019”

  2. Who the fuck is this bozo

    By Smashmouth on Sep 17, 2019

  3. Yawn. Same boring children with their gay fantasies. Why isn’t there a moderator

    By Ron on Sep 17, 2019

  4. Good on this guy for continuing to record and tour 47 years after his biggest hit!

    By Tony Pizza on Sep 17, 2019

  5. Amazing! I would never have guessed that this would appear here. Thank you Big O

    By Bing Bongong on Sep 17, 2019

  6. Never heard of him .

    By Pat Grooms on Sep 17, 2019

  7. Rumor has it Gilbert gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Sep 17, 2019

  8. He looks like John Holmes .

    By T J on Sep 17, 2019

  9. Gor Blimey, I thought he was dead!

    (don’t think Gilbert travelled well hence our Merkin followers here struggling, big in the British charts for a spell, quirky odd pop that they do so well! Four hits at a push but a novelty act really, used to dress as an over grown flat capped schoolboy!)

    Might give this one a miss . . . . . .

    By swappers on Sep 17, 2019

  10. This little man was hung like a bull . I should know . Big things can cum in small packages.

    By Pam Des Barris on Sep 17, 2019

  11. Will we get Gram CD1? Thanks

    By Bert on Sep 17, 2019

  12. I can’t believe my friend Pamela would screw that little Irishman. Myself I usually went for the hard rockers ( no pun intended.

    By Connie Hamzy on Sep 17, 2019

  13. Don Brewer and Mark Farner from Grand Funk were two of my favorite fucks . Both had very big dongs .

    By Connie Hamzy on Sep 17, 2019

  14. The song we’re an American band was dedicated to little ole me .

    By Connie Hamzy on Sep 17, 2019

  15. I would like to see the Pet Shop Boys audio from the recent Hyde Park concert please.

    By kneel 10 ant on Sep 17, 2019

  16. Jacking off to all the groupie comments

    By Mark on Sep 17, 2019

  17. How bout some Lord Sutch and Jimmy Page
    A1 Wailing Sounds
    Written-By – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*
    A2 ‘Cause I Love You
    Written-By – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*
    A3 Flashing Lights
    Written-By – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*
    1 Thumping Beat
    Written-By – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*
    B2 Union Jack Car
    Written-By – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Sep 17, 2019

  18. Bass – Martin Kohl, Noel Redding, Rick Brown*
    Bass, Guitar – Daniel Edwards
    Drums – Bob Metke, Carlo Little, John Bonham
    Guitar – Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Kent Henrey*
    Piano – Nicky Hopkins
    Producer – Jimmy Page, Lord Sutch*
    Vocals – Lord Sutch*
    Written-By – J. Cee* (tracks: 5, 11), J. Page* (tracks: 1 to 3, 7, 8, 12), Lord Sutch* (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 10, 12)

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Sep 17, 2019

  19. not very often you get a hit song about suicide.
    “Alone again naturally”.

    By sluggo on Sep 17, 2019

  20. Children-
    I think he was a smash in Ireland. Any you blokes like to substantiate? A few hints in the states 1971-72 if my memory serves me correct.

    By otis t on Sep 17, 2019

  21. As he was Irish, Otis that would make sense although he grew up in Swindon (Ricky Gervais anyone?) . . . . . .this from his website:
    A message from Gilbert- Nashville 21.07.2019 “The first time in 43 years that I’ve appeared in America, and what a reception we received!” the 72 year old says now living in Jersey (tax haven) with his wife of nearly 40 years

    By swappers on Sep 17, 2019

  22. Screaming Lord Sutch - Lord Sutch & Heavy Friends
    Recorded May-September 1969 at Mystic Studios in Hollywood and released in 1970.

    Track listing

    1.”Wailing Sounds” (Jimmy Page, Sutch)
    2.”‘Cause I Love You” (John Bonham, Edwards, Jimmy Page, Sutch)
    3.”Flashing Lights” (Jimmy Page, Sutch)
    4.”Gutty Guitar” (Sutch)
    5.”Would You Believe” (Jay Cee)
    6.”Smoke and Fire” (Sutch)
    7.”Thumping Beat” (Jimmy Page, Sutch)
    8.”Union Jack Car” (Jimmy Page, Sutch)
    9.”One for You, Baby” (Sutch)
    10.”L-O-N-D-O-N” (Sutch)
    11.”Brightest Light” (Jay Cee, Sutch)
    12.”Baby, Come Back” (Jimmy Page, Sutch)


    Except Beck and Sutch, personnel on Track 11 (Brightest Light) is undefined.

    Jimmy Page — (on tracks 1,2,3,7,8,12)Acoustic and electric guitar, backing vocals, producer
    John Bonham — (on tracks 1,2,3,7,8,12)drums, percussion, backing vocals
    Daniel Edwards - (on tracks 1,2,3,8,12) Bass guitar and (on track 6)Guitar
    Jeff Beck - (on tracks 4,5,11)Electric guitar on “Gutty Guitar”

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Sep 17, 2019

  23. I still cant figure why this album was trashed by the media. You have fuckin jimmy page, jeff beck john bonham, noel redding nicky hopkins WTF

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Sep 17, 2019

  24. GILBERT O’SULLIVAN! Thank You Big, O! I can’t say I am a huge fan, but I respect Gilbert O’Sullivan. He has been writing, recording and touring for half a century and when Q Magazine trashed one of his albums for not being rock-n-roll, he wrote one of the best letters to the editor of all time, defending his artistic freedom and slamming them for going out of their way to attack something that they didn’t understand and were predisposed to dislike. Keep posting as many different kinds of music as possible.

    By Eric on Sep 17, 2019

  25. What are you on about, Anti?

    The personnel were great but the album wasn’t.

    Still enjoying that Jagger ‘92 stuff, though.

    By Brian Griffin on Sep 18, 2019

  26. The Jagger shit was fuckin great Anti . Appreciate the post . Is that available for download? Love to have it .

    By Derrick on Sep 18, 2019

  27. Also that lord sutch shit sounds great too . Can’t beat Fuckin Jimmy Page ‘ Jeff Beck John Bonham ‘ Nicky Hopkins etc . Where can I find it ?

    By Derrick on Sep 18, 2019

  28. Have fond memories of Gilbert O’Sullivan ..His peak years in America were 72 73 . Alone again naturally was a huge hit and spawned several others that two year period.

    By Bill on Sep 18, 2019

  29. The Mick Jagger stuff was great . I would love to have it .Doubt it was an official release. Also haven’t seen it a a available for download.

    By Bill on Sep 18, 2019

  30. It wasnt an official release. I downloaded it years ago from youtube. I think at the time I downloaded it with realplayer. Not sure anymore.

    By THE ANTICHRIST on Sep 18, 2019

  31. the screaming lord sutch material with all these greats isn`t worth shit because his “vocals” ruin the whole thing.

    By sluggo on Sep 18, 2019

  32. Sluggo is right.

    Gilbert O’Sullivan is as far from the program as it is possible to get.

    By Brian Griffin on Sep 18, 2019

  33. over on sugarmegs

    Mick Jagger - Bloody Night In L.A.
    Country Club, Los Angeles, California, October 20, 1987
    Sound Quality: Fair to Good Audience

    Shaking In My Heart 5:16
    Little Red Rooster 5:07
    Mystery Train 5:09
    Sex Machine 5:18
    Carol 4:03
    Just Another Night 6:04
    Miss You 6:05
    Intsrumental Rehearsals 2:47

    Line-up: Mick Jagger (voc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Doug Wimbish (bass)/
    Terry Bozio (dr)/Phil Ashley (keyb)/& three female back-up singers

    By sluggo on Sep 18, 2019

  34. Still like to have it . Sometimes shit is in the ear of the beholder.

    By Bill on Sep 18, 2019

  35. My kid thinks Tom Petty is shit .Probably because I’ve played his stuff to death the last two years since his death .

    By Bill on Sep 18, 2019

  36. There is an MP3 download engine called MP3,Juices that converts video to just audio .Ive gotten many single songs but haven’t had much luck with albums .Sometimes albums and live shows are banded together as one track / file .

    By Bill on Sep 18, 2019

  37. Sluggo, Of the many times I heard the song I never knew “Alone Again Naturally was about suicide. I’ll have to actually listen to the lyric now. But your comment did bring to mind “Timmothy” by the Buoys. The only hit song about cannibalism.

    By sking on Sep 18, 2019

  38. sking I always though that timothy was about cannibalism too but someone told me timothy was a donkey they had in the mine with them who knows?

    By sluggo on Sep 18, 2019

  39. sking…”In a little while from now
    If I’m not feeling any less sour
    I promise myself to treat myself
    And visit a nearby tower
    And climbing to the top will throw myself off
    In an effort to make it clear to whoever
    What it’s like when you’re shattered…”

    By sluggo on Sep 18, 2019

  40. good God…the trolls are actually posting something about music…wonderrs will never cease

    By Derrick's Gay Jewish Black Lover on Sep 18, 2019

  41. Wow!!!!!
    Never heard a Live Concert of him!
    Thank you for Gilbert O’Sullivan, he did some great songs the seventies.
    Sweet memories!!!!!

    By Frank on Sep 19, 2019

  42. OK sluggo, I read all the lyrics, his parents both died and he was dumped at the alter. It turns out to be a very depressing song. It always seemed to be a fairly upbeat little ditty. Oh well, fooled again. But I still like it.

    As for Timothy, I found this quote at Wiki-
    ” Once they realized they had a hit record on their hands, Scepter Records executives tried to claim that Timothy was really a mule, not a person, in order to get radio stations that had banned the song to reconsider. ” They also released 2 other versions with altered lyrics.

    By sking on Sep 19, 2019

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