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"it's got a really great setlist," is what I was trying to say there - but I fell asleep in the middle of the sentence. Accursed medications. 

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
The Kabuki Nightclub, San Francisco, CA
1983-04-14   - aud

     Disc 1 of 2

01  Intro
02  One Story Town
03  Listen to Her Heart
04  It's All Over Now
05  You Got Lucky
06  I Need To Know
07  Don't Do Me Like That
08  Fooled Again (I Don't Like It)
09  Change of Heart
10  Strangered in the Night
11  The Waiting

     Disc 2 of 2

01  Louie Louie
02  Audience / Break
03  Gator on the Lawn - acoustic
04  / 05.  Stories We Could Tell
06  Heartbreakers Beach Party
07  Have Mercy *
08  Route 66 *
09  American Girl
10  Kings Road
11  Breakdown
12  Refugee
13  Shout


* w/Nick Lowe, Paul Carrack, & Martin Belmont

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4 hours ago, mikemono said:

4-14-83 is a great show, Nick Lowe joins the band for "Mercy, Mercy"

 If they ever release another Live Anthology it could be filled with these guest performances (if they can get permission) and with the deep cuts that were played as well as alternate or jammed out versions of the hits; it would be quite the companion to the first.


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I was at the 1983 Kabuki show and it was un--effing--believable!!! They announced it the previous night after a show at the Cow Palace in San Francisco (handing out flyers to fans as they exited the show), so it was a very spur-of-the-moment gig. The energy from the audience was intense, and the appearance of Nick Lowe and Paul Carrack made it even better! This is definitely one of my favorite shows ever.

I also agree regarding the Vic shows and the closing 1997 Fillmore show. I remember the live broadcast of the latter; gawd, I was kicking myself repeatedly for missing that one.

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Then there is some stuff from The Whiskey shows, awesome! I actually love "Pack Up the Plantation" live concert DVD. I was blown away when I saw it. Raw energy and Tom and the band at their earliest, best. It does make tear up to see them so young and full of energy, at the almost beginning of their careers. I think Stan was/is a phenomenal drummer.  I also love "Live in Sound Garden Studios". You can see and hear the maturity of Tom and the band. A great concert! Of course, there are the Fillmore residency shows. LOVE Tom with Bo Diddley. There is so much to see and listen to, great, great stuff. Thanks to Tom and his vision for posterity and his fans. Miss him so....

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