Last night I started going thru my collection of ~50 cassette tapes, most of which are filled with a mixed array of rubbish taped from the radio over the past 10 years. The aim was to ditch as many as possible.
Anyway, nestled in between some live Bon Jovi (don't ask - I'm WAY over that now) and some (cringe) live Roxette, was a gorgeous live recording of FALL AT YOUR FEET. A rose between two thorns, a breath of fresh air, a diamond in the rough and so forth.
Naturally, I got to thinking that, with this vast collection of knowledge of all things Finn we have assembled here, maybe someone out there can help me figure out where the recording came from - probably a long shot but you never know unless you ask.
I figure that it was played on an old Adelaide radio station that was only on air from about '91-'92, so that should narrow it down somewhat. As for the performance, I'm pretty sure that's Tim doing backing vocals and it sounds like him at the end announcing 'Neil Finn' (so methinks it wasn't a crowdies gig). There is also someone else doing some bloody ordinary backing vocals in the chorus in a deep voice. Where the album version ends, this version has an extra bridgey thing on the end (the bit where the finger of blame turns upon itself etc.). It runs for just under 4 mins with crowd noise and all.
So, set to it then.