December 16, 2012 – 4:54 am

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Anaheim 1984 [no label, 1CD]

Live at Disneyland, Anaheim, CA; May 19, 1984 (second set). Good to fairly good audience recording.

This one’s really for old time’s sake and it’s been a long while since Mark Lindsay had left the group. It’s also rare to find any live Raiders, or for that matter, Gary Puckett, Bread or even Lobo live soundboads - for those into such music. For some, listen and weep. As music collector and writer Philip Cohen says, “This is obviously a concert recorded long after the group’s major label recording career ended, and likely with keyboardist Revere as the only remaining original member.” For others, this might bring a smile to the face as they recall watching bands perform in Disneyland.

Thanks to ijwthstd who shared the tracks at The Traders’ Den. ijwthstd added: “Disneyland had a lot of live music in 1984. Cheap Trick played there. Someone please find it and post it. I refuse to believe that show went un-recorded.”

Cassette Master > Untracked Aiff File > Soundforge > FLAC

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (192 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Track 01. introduction (1.0MB)
Track 02. untitled (skip around 1:10, inherent in the source) (3.1MB)
Track 03. Action (snippet) (418k)
Track 04. Hungry (3.0MB)
Track 05. Medley - Everyday People/I Want To Take You Higher/Dance To The Music (6.5MB)
Track 06. Just Like Me (4.6MB)
Track 07. banter/”Jazz”/Maniac (5.6MB)
Track 08. Great Balls Of Fire (4.3MB)
Track 09. Indian Reservation (4.2MB)
Track 10. Mony Mony (5.7MB)
Track 11. Kicks (4.1MB)
Track 12. Devil With The Blue Dress On (5.4MB)

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  1. 7 Responses to “PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS - ANAHEIM, CA 1984”

  2. Very cool. I have several live Bread shows and a few live Lobo recordings from a country show in the 80’s.

    By Ernie Clark on Dec 16, 2012

  3. very underrated group…..maybe if they would have dropped the schtick and concentrated on music,they might have survived…..their core hits were very edgy given the times.

    By Darth Plastic on Dec 17, 2012

  4. you gotta love those hats though. grown men wearing three cornered hats for fifty years,

    By sluggo on Dec 17, 2012

  5. Agree with Darth Plastic - whether they would have grown in the post 1966-67 scene, I don’t know. But if they stayed the course, at least the legacy of the music they put out would have received more credit. In the context (w/o the schtick) of what they did (even if limited)- they did it well.

    By Dennis Steiner on Dec 17, 2012

  6. yup!

    By dearth dumble on Dec 18, 2012

  7. Novelty crap for dust carriers who need their meat blended into a liquid before they partake. Enjoy guys cause soon youl be reminicing with the baby Jesus!

    By Happy jap on Dec 19, 2012

  8. many many thanks for this post.
    I didnĀ“t know that there exists a live document of PR&R

    By notorius on Dec 24, 2012

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