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Old 05-25-2020, 05:42 PM
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Is there any news on where the 2 live tracks from Keep the Faith is from?


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In These Arms was from Central Park 2008, but that one might've been the download bonus track. With Keep The Faith, my gut feeling tells me it's recorded around 2000.
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In These Arms was from Central Park 2008, but that one might've been the download bonus track. With Keep The Faith, my gut feeling tells me it's recorded around 2000.
In These Arms from Central Park was a b-side to We Weren't Born To Follow single (along with Blaze of Glory and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead from the same show), it was not on the KTF 2010.

KTF 2010 bonus live tracks were Keep The Faith and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. I'm no expert, but both sounded like recordings from the KTF era to me, especially Sleep.
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KTF 2010 bonus live tracks were Keep The Faith and I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. I'm no expert, but both sounded like recordings from the KTF era to me, especially Sleep.
With I'll Sleep When I'm Dead you're probably right but Keep The Faith sounds to me like 1995. Without checking I'd imagine they used London or Bremen.
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With I'll Sleep When I'm Dead you're probably right but Keep The Faith sounds to me like 1995. Without checking I'd imagine they used London or Bremen.
With pleasure I'll try to check it in a minute

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definitely not Wembley or Bremen (I checked various points)
But definitely 1995-1996 era. I'll check later other shows like Asia, Johannesburg, etc.

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From what I remember it could've been Milan with the quite rare ad-libs in the break added from another show once again.
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