Code Of The Road: Greatest Hits Live is a live album by Nils Lofgren.
It was recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London for BBC Radio 1 in 1985.
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Back It Up Live ’85 is a recording of a live radio broadcast by Nils Lofgren in concert.
It was recorded at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey on 1 November 1985 during the tour to promote the Flip studio album and is released on the Echoes label. It is not to be confused with the similarly titled Back It Up Official Bootleg from 1975.
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Don’t Look Back: The 1985 Radio Broadcast is a live recording of Don Henley performing in concert.
It was recorded at the Universal Ampitheater in Universal City, California on September 4th 1985.
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Pack Up the Plantation Live is a live album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
This compiles a selection of performances from six different concerts between July 1978 and August 1985. It was released in November 1985.
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Bring On The Night is the first live album by former main-man of The Police, Sting. It was recorded in Paris, Rome and Arnhem between May and December 1985. Bring On The Night is also the name of a documentary about the early solo years of Sting which included the Paris concert.
He’s travelled a long way since the 1983 tour with The Police and the Live In Atlanta recording that is part of The Police Live!
Effectively he’s now the leader of a crack jazz rock group with saxophonist Branford Marsalis, keyboard player Kenny Kirkland (who has often played with Branford and Wynton Marsalis), bassist Darryl Jones (ex Miles Davis and he later went on to play with The Rolling Stones after Bill Wyman left) and drummer Omar Hakim (ex Weather Report and later Miles Davis).
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