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LIVE IN BERLIN

Daniel Johnston Live at Volksbühne June 6, 1999

Side A

1

Kool-aid LYRICS

2

Live and Let Die (by Paul McCartney) LYRICS

3

Folly LYRICS
4 Frustrated Artist LYRICS
5 Spook (by Daniel Johnston & Brian Beattie)
6 Silly Love LYRICS
7 Bloody Rainbow LYRICS/TABS
8 Everlasting Love RealAudio
9 Try To Love
10 Tuesday Waltz
Side B 11 Wishing You Well
12 Wedding Ring Bell Blues LYRICS
13 Like A Dream
14 Sublime Groove
15 Without Love
16 Love Is Like A Toy
17 Death

18

Nothing

Daniel Johnston "Live in Berlin" is a cassette tape release of the June 6, 1999 concert in Berlin.  The cassette version had 18 of the 22 tracks directly from the CD.   The songs omitted from the cassette are the first four tracks from the CD: 

(not included)

 1 Encore

(not included)

 2 I Had A Dream

(not included)

 3 I Hate Myself

(not included)

 4 History of Our Love

Release date: 2000-June
Format: Cassette
Label: Stress Records
Comments: Live performance, stereo.
18 of the 22 tracks from "Why Me?"
"hand produced"
Producer: Henning Nass
Mixed by: Henning Nass and Carsten Brandt.

BACK

   
All songs except where noted written by Daniel Johnston, published by Eternal Yip/Eye Music (BMI) and administered by Bug.  Produced by Henning Nass, mixed by Henning and Carsten Brandt.   Thanks to the Volksühne, Henning, Jutta and Carsten, and Trikont Records, who release a cd of this concert in April.
NOTE: The CASSETTE release of the June 1999 concert is listed as a separate album in Daniel's Discography because the track listing is different - it omits the first three tracks of the CD.

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