Supertramp ‎– Dreamers

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recorded live in Cleveland, Ohio, May 5th, 1976 at Richfield Stadium,
but according to German wikipedia site - https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Is_Everybody_Listening%3F -
the actual recording date is
March 9th, 1975 at Hammersmith Odeon, London, GB

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OH BOY 1-9106 Supertramp Dreamers(CD, Unofficial) Oh Boy OH BOY 1-9106 Luxembourg 1991 Sell This Version
SGRS 008 Supertramp Live In London 1975(CD, Unofficial) Super Golden Radio Shows (SGRS) SGRS 008 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
Pilot 76 Supertramp Is Everybody Listening?(CD, Album) Burning Airlines Pilot 76 UK 2001 Sell This Version
FT816 Supertramp Is Everybody Listening?(LP, Album) Fruit Tree FT816 Italy 2002 Sell This Version
DYNA026 Supertramp Is Everybody Listening?(CD, Album, RE, Tri) Dynamic (3) DYNA026 Italy 2006 Sell This Version
SFMCD037 Supertramp Live In America 1976(CD) The Store For Music SFMCD037 UK 2007 Sell This Version

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vassileios

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December 20, 2008
referencing Is Everybody Listening?, CD, Album, Pilot 76
Very nice music from one of the all-time biggest bands. Captured live in Cleveland, Ohio, USA in 1976, the CD is a UK digitally remastered release about the "Crisis..What crisis" tour.

The band gets a good performance in concert. The 12 songs belongs to the Crime of the century (8) and Crisis, what crisis (4) albums. Roger Hodgson in inspired vocals, especially in "If everyone was listening" and "Hide in your shell". Rick in his own way make a great performance in "Just a normal day" and, of course "Crime of the Century". The master of ceremony, like always, is John Helliwell.

Track Listing: School, Bloody well right, Hide in Your Shell, Asylum, Sister Moonshine, Just a normal day; Another man's woman, Lady, Dreamer, Rudy, If everyone was listening, Crime of the century. Includes a nice 8-pages booklet in fine presentation with sleeve notes by Jon Kirkman and photos. The sound quality is suprisignly mediocre, though, given Supertramp's usual attention to sound quality (seems like they considered their concert sound guy, Russell Pope, a member of the band). There's distortion on some of the "louder" passages, which is distracting.

Overall, this is nice, if bittersweet record, since it reminds how good they were when they were good, and how much they're missed today (by me, at any rate).