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Live Jam CD, Import
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Description for Live Jam
A decade after the band went their separate ways, these 24 tracks were originally released in November 1993 and capture the band at their peak in concerts recorded between 1979 and 1982. The songs here do not overlap any on their other live collection, "Dig The New Breed", making this a perfect compliment and further exploration of the group's intense live show.
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For those of us who graduated from high school in the very early 1980's, our version of 'who is better, the Beatles or the Stones' was "The Jam or the Clash," but for for those of you who weren't there--and foolishly buy this CD before "Dig the New Breed" you must wonder, 'Why? this group doesn't belong in the same discussion with the Clash. Frankly, I am surprised at how lacklustre this CD is, especially when until I ruined it from overplaying, I had an unauthorized cassette of their Newcastle England October 1980 concert that just smoked. SMOKED. I mean, every single song is like the best of "Dig the New Breed" ("Ghosts," "Going Underground, "Start," and "That's Entertainment"). I make the analogy: whatever Bruce Springsteen's 1978 Winterland concert in San Francisco was in absolute on-fire brilliance, in cultural right-on, heroism and inspiration, and coolest thing in the whole United States at this moment power, this (also unrelased) Jam tape was to the British Isles and working class/middle class environs. Why oh why then can't someone release that tape?? If you heard it, people, I'm telling you, you would understand the Jam next to the Clash discussions...you might even--as I did at the time, think that they were better live than the Clash, bigger even, less rubbishy (like about 1/2 of Sandinista, right? and I LOVE the Clash). LOVE them.
In summary, this yes, rather long Live compilation (24 songs) is priced less than the 14 song "Dig the New Breed" for a reason: it's not nearly as good. For the Jam fanatic, sure, it's nice to have; but it doesn't cannabalize anything. and oi ferver? The Jam were smarter than that. What was THAT guy on about? ha
CD,packed with great photos,notes from admirers and totally different songs from the earlier live release.
These performances come from 1979-1982 all recorded in the UK and Scotland...another essential band another wonderful collection..from a full set at their glory listen to the bonus disc 3 of their great The Jam At The BBC collection capturing the Jam Live At The Rainbow 1n spring 1979 with things in full swing.