C, or at least a lick of paint.!? Fresno was about 3 hours from San Francisco, mostly on easy-to-drive Interstate 5. But the negative is. Yet were the Fresno audiences in '69 or '74 that much different than the modest, bored crowd of '78?
I agree with Wiffels. Belsen Was A Gas. This is the Sex Pistols' last ever concert before reunion inrecorded in San Francisco at the Winterland Ballroom. During this two week assault on America, which was plagued by poor planning and predictably violent reactions, the group's bass player, Sid Vicious, paved the way toward a whole new level of decadence.
Due to local demand, the Sex Pistols set was also simulcast on KSAN radio, where it would be heard live by thousands of additional listeners and would soon circulate far and wide, becoming the most ubiquitous bootleg recording of the group.
And I also remember people panicking that they had the wrong record so many times when Kornyfone put the same Sex Pistols label on a whole run of different titles Floyd,Genesis,Zep etc. Best advice is always to check the matrix. The set begins with the band lurching onto the stage, Sid Vicious with his bass hanging down to his knees and Johnny Rotten sneering "Welcome To London!
Following a brief run of controversial concerts in the Netherlands and Bodies sex pistols live at winterland in Fresno during the latter months ofthe Sex Pistols' manager, McLaren, who had designs on America, booked the group on their first tour of the United States.
The Sex Pistols didn't care what the audience or anyone else for that matter thought and that point clearly comes across. One might expect the group to leave bodies sex pistols live at winterland in Fresno audience totally frustrated, by refusing to do an encore, but amidst roars for more, the Pistols return to the stage and launch into a cover of the Stooges' "No Fun.
This article does not cite any sources. The song comes to an abrupt halt and in his most insinuating manner, Rotten poses the question that has by now become infamous, "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?
The Selland show was strange indeed: an arena the size of Oakland Auditorium, bigger than Winterland, with a very modest crowd that mostly sat bored in the seats, leaving the floor near the stage utterly deserted.
Its my belief that Bill Graham promoted Grateful Dead shows in Bakersfield and Fresno because he thought that West Coast Deadheads would travel like East Coast ones, and that turned out not to be the case. Phil Lesh Phil Lesh.
Selland Arena held several thousand comparable to Oakland Auditorium , and there were maybe 1, people, at most. The problem with competence is that it's boring.