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|London 1993: Late Show|
|unofficial live album|
|Venue||Dominion Theatre, London,|
|Recorded||20 March 1993|
About the albumEdit
The album is a recording of Duran Duran's performance at the Dominion Theatre, a 2,163 capacity venue located in London's Tottenham Court Road. This was the last of three UK shows on the tour.
Three hours after the 'Early Show' began, Duran Duran took to the stage at midnight for their second performance at the venue on this day. Backed by a string section featuring cello and violins, the band launched their set with a powerful acoustic version of "Planet Earth".
An orchestral sounding "Hungry Like the Wolf" followed, played with shimmering percussion. "Ordinary World" was next, the first of three songs taken from The Wedding Album released several weeks earlier.
After the concert fans were interviewed by Sky TV in the middle of Tottenham Court Road.
Tickets for the event cost around £12.50.
The album also includes two bonus tracks recorded at the Jerusalem for Reconciliation Concert, Royal Albert Hall in London. The recording of "Ordinary World" is the first live performance of the song and included John Jones on piano.
- "Planet Earth"
- "Hungry Like the Wolf"
- "Ordinary World"
- "Come Undone"
- "The Chauffeur"
- "Crystal Ship"
- "Girls on Film"
- "Too Much Information"
- "Save A Prayer"
- "Do You Believe in Shame?"
- "Ordinary World" (recorded in London, UK, Royal Albert Hall, 23-04-1991)
- "Gimme Some Truth" (recorded in London, UK, Royal Albert Hall, 23-04-1991)
Duran Duran are:
- Fergus Gerrand - drums, percussion
- Lamya - backing vocals
- Curtis King Jr. - backing vocals
- Yolisa Phahle - violin, keyboards
- Ellen Blair - violin
- Ivan Hussey - cello
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