LAURA NYRO - IN CONCERT 1990-1994 (CD 3 and 4)

October 7, 2012 – 4:28 am

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In Concert 1990-1994 [no label, CD 3 and 4 of 5CD]

Disc 3: Redwood Music Festival; May 18, 1991. Disc 4: Slim’s, San Francisco, CA; August 2, 1991. Good to very good audience recordings.

Recently, we received a five-CD fan compilation of Laura Nyro in concert 1990-1994. The other shows are:
Disc 1: New York City; June 27, 1990.
Disc 2: New Georgia; August 18, 1990.
Disc 5 - Point State Park, Pittsburgh, PA; June 11, 1994.

And then, we came across Randy Shields’ rumination on Laura Nyro’s “Incarnations”.

I’ve always felt that Nyro did something that no one else has ever done and not really gotten the recognition for it: she wrote more great songs as a teenager than anybody, including Lennon and McCartney, Dylan and Stevie Wonder. Those guys went on to conquer the world and I love their work, but they didn’t come remotely close to doing in their teenage years, even collectively, what Laura Nyro did. She was on fire…

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Disc Five will be shared in the coming week.

Disc 3 (Redwood Music Festival; May 18, 1991)
Track 01. Maybe Baby (The Heebie Jeebies) (4.3MB)
Track 02. Woman Of The World (5.5MB)
Track 03. Louise’s Church (3.4MB)
Track 04. Lite A Flame (4.2MB)
Track 05. Save The Country (1.9MB)
Track 06. Gardenia Talk (4.4MB)
Track 07. The Japanese Restaurant Song (5.4MB)
Track 08. I’m So Proud/(Dedicated To) The One I Love (3.8MB)
Track 09. My Innocence (2.9MB)
Track 10. To A Child (4.4MB)
Track 11. And When I Die (3.8MB)
Track 12. Emmie (6.3MB)
Track 13. Broken Rainbow (5.4MB)
Track 14. Trees Of The Ages (2.3MB)

Disc 4 (Slim’s, San Francisco; August 2, 1991)
Track 01. Maybe Baby (The Heebie Jeebies) (4.4MB)
Track 02. Woman Of The World (5.4MB)
Track 03. Louise’s Church (4.1MB)
Track 04. My Innocence (3.0MB)
Track 05. To A Child (4.4MB)
Track 06. And When I Die (3.9MB)
Track 07. The Art Of Love (4.7MB)
Track 08. The Japanese Restaurant Song (5.4MB)
Track 09. I’m So Proud/(Dedicated To) The One I Love (4.2MB)
Track 10. Lite A Flame (4.4MB)
Track 11. Save The Country (2.0MB)
Track 12. Broken Rainbow (5.0MB)
Track 13. Gardenia Talk (4.6MB)
Track 14. Stoned Soul Picnic/The Confession (5.3MB)
Track 15. Wedding Bell Blues (2.9MB)
Track 16. When I Fall In Love (3.9MB)
Track 17. Emmie (3.9MB)
Track 18. Warm Companion (4.1MB)
Track 19. Trees Of The Ages (2.4MB)

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  1. 4 Responses to “LAURA NYRO - IN CONCERT 1990-1994 (CD 3 and 4)”

  2. Thanks for these. Still very nice music, after all these years. She left us way too soon.

    By jimg on Oct 7, 2012

  3. continued thanks!

    I’ll be listening to these on my commutes for the next few weeks probably. :)

    By Scott Brookman on Oct 8, 2012

  4. Many thanks for posting the Laura Nyro concerts. Big O has posted several other Nyro concert performances in the past, but this five show set is a fan’s dream come true. I was lucky to see Laura perform in Vancouver, Canada to promote her Season Of Light recording, and I shall never forget the musical magic she wove that evening.

    On a website, soulfuldetroitforum that I belong on, one member is convinced he heard Laura perform the Marvelettes Smokey penned song, “My Baby Must Be A Magician.” So far that has never come up on any Nyro concerts posted here, even in snippet form. Any comments?

    I enjoy your newsletter and your concept that good music is to shared!

    By R. Mark Desjardins on Oct 10, 2012

  5. these continue to be amazing and revealing and comforting and delightful and have turned my mum into a fan of hers and joni mitchell…. the word is spreading :-)

    By g on Oct 11, 2012

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