Phil Collins ‎– Phil Collins Recorded Live

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King Biscuit Flower Hour ‎– RAD KB 96-01
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CD, Transcription
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Tracklist

1 Segment 1 30:37
2 Segment 2 15:51
3 Segment 3 11:01
4 End of King Biscuit 00:31

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This broadcast claims to have been recorded Live At The Tower Theater, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December 10th, 1982, but in actuality these tracks were actually recorded at Perkins Palace, Pasadena, California on 19 December 1982. King Biscuit edited in Phil's "Good evening Philadelphia!" from the Philly performance to give the appearance of the entire show being captured there. Phil was apparently unhappy with the Philly recordings (both the early and late shows were captured) therefore, the audio from the Perkins Palace shows were eventually used. Exact same broadcast set list as Phil Collins - King Biscuit Flower Hour: Phil Collins Live At Perkins Palace, Pasadena 19 December 1982, which aired in May of 2002, and similar set list as Phil Collins, Tom Cochrane - King Biscuit Flower Hour: Phil Collins With Tom Cochrane, which aired in October 1992 - minus the closing track This Must Be Love.

The CD only has four tracks. The cue sheet lists what is in each segment. Leaving out the commercials, these are the songs he performed:

I Don't Care Anymore
I Missed Again
Behind The Lines
Don't Let Him Steal Your Heart Away
In The Air Tonight
Like China
You Can't Hurry Love
It Don't Matter To Me
I Can't Believe It's True
This Must Be Love

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January 6, 2017
edited 9 months ago
These tracks were actually recorded at Perkins Palace, Pasadena, California on 19 December 1982. King Biscuit edited in Phil's "Good evening Philadelphia!" from the Philly performance to give the appearance of the entire show being captured there. Phil was apparently unhappy with the Philly recordings (both the early and late shows were captured) therefore, the audio from the Perkins Palace shows were eventually used.