Phil Collins ‎– Captured Live! CL 783 A-F

RKO Radio Networks ‎– CL 783 A-F
3 × Vinyl, LP, Partially Unofficial, Transcription, Stereo


A1 Perry Stone Perry Stone Concert Intro
A2 Phil Collins I Don't Care Anymore
A3 Phil Collins I Cannot Believe It's True
A4 Phil Collins This Must Be Love
A5 Perry Stone Segment Break
B1 Perry Stone Segment Intro
B2 Phil Collins Thru These Walls
B3 Phil Collins You Know What I Mean
B4 Phil Collins The Roof Is Leaking
B5 Phil Collins The West Side
B6 Perry Stone Segment Break
C1 Perry Stone Segment Intro
C2 Phil Collins Band Introductions
C3 Phil Collins Like China
C4 Phil Collins You Can't Hurry Love
C5 Phil Collins It Don't Matter To Me
C6 Perry Stone Segment Break
D1 Perry Stone Segment Intro
D2 Phil Collins In The AIr Tonight
D3 Phil Collins Hand In Hand
D4 Perry Stone Segment Break
E1 Perry Stone Segment Intro
E2 Phil Collins ... And So To F
E3 Perry Stone Segment Break
E4 Perry Stone End Credits

Companies, etc.



RKO Radio Networks Records
Recorded live at The Warner Theatre, Washington, D.C. - 20 February 1983
Original Airdate - Week of 27 June 1983
1983 pre-FM Triple Vinyl LP Set
Yellow Label / Cue Sheet Version

Recorded on the final night of Phil's very first solo tour, and captured live at The Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. on 20 February 1983, this radio transcription triple vinyl set (Side 6 is blank) is the earliest incarnation of this particular radio show available on LP. It is an extremely rare and hard to find set, the value of which keeps increasing. The crowd sound on this one is a bit "muffled" compared to other versions of this concert, (for example Phil Collins - Westwood One Superstars Concert Series # SS 84-25 has a bit brighter audience sound) but it is still an amazing set to own. Contains original DJ introductions by Perry Stone, however, there are no commercial blocks on this set which is unlike future pre-FM vinyl releases. (Local DJ's would drop in their station's commercial blocks at the designated times during the broadcast.) Interestingly, this show also contains a recording of Phil's lengthy Band Introductions, which doesn't ever appear on any future recordings of the show. In addition this set's running order is far closer to the actual set list than any future releases of this show. Incomplete capture.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): CL • 783 • A MCR 8C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): CL • 783 • B MCR 8C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etched): CL • 783 • C MCR 8C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etched): CL • 783 • D MCR 8C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E Etched): CL • 783 • E MCR 8C

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
# SS 85-26 Phil Collins Westwood One Superstars Concert Series # SS 85-26(3xLP, P/Unofficial, Transcription, Tra) Westwood One # SS 85-26 US 1985 Sell This Version
CL 1684 A-D Phil Collins Captured Live! Hosted & Unhosted CL 1684 A-D(4xLP, P/Unofficial, Transcription) RKO Radio Networks CL 1684 A-D US 1984 Sell This Version
# SS 84-15 Phil Collins Westwood One Superstars Concert Series # SS 84-15(3xLP, P/Unofficial, Transcription, Tra) Westwood One # SS 84-15 US 1984 Sell This Version
# SS 84-25 Phil Collins Westwood One Superstars Concert Series # SS 84-25(3xLP, P/Unofficial, Transcription) Westwood One # SS 84-25 US 1984 Sell This Version


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August 29, 2017

The video I added is of the track And So To F from this exact concert. The video itself is s**t with ridiculous images superimposed over the song, but the audio of the song is awesome. And So To F is one of the best instrumentals ever recorded, IMO. Phil used this as a show closer on his first solo tour in 1982-83, and by then he had perfected the song. Say what you want about Sussudio... but back in the day, Phil REALLY knew how to make music!