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STP was a big deal. I got a postcard somewhere saying I didn't win tickets. Wish I had.. Somewhere I have a cassette copy which is rumored to be a best of 72/73 tour of Australia compiled for the band and lifted from Keith. When I find it I'll offer it to someone here to clean up if it's truly unusual. It's a full 90 minutes and a board tape, it was my go to for years,
I saw them in Hawaii in 1793. They were great, but I don't think they caught the Beatles until the turn of the 19th century.
A truly great tour! They also toured France as the monarchy was being toppled. That's when they first wrote and performed Street Fighting Man, which was their opener:
Hey! Said my name is called Disturbance
I'll shout and scream, I'll kill the King, I'll rail at all his servants
This has turned in to the best post ever! Maybe the theme of the next tour should be based around the 1792 era, that would just be amazing! just imagine some of their stage outfits.
I heard some the founding fathers sang backing vocals at some of the shows, anyone know if this is true? And apparently the liberty bell was used at one of the shows.
Anyone has the bootleg of the BTP? (Boston Tea Party)?