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There is a Place of Broken Dreams source:  Mountain View '86

Disc one
Shake A Hand (Joe Morris)
Positively 4th Street
Clean Cut Kid
I'll Remember You
Shot Of Love
We Had It All (Fritts/Seals)
Masters Of War
Listen To Her Heart [Tom Petty]
Straight Into Darkness [Tom Petty]
The Waiting [Tom Petty]
Breakdown [Tom Petty]
It Ain't Me Babe
One Too Many Mornings
Hard Rain
Disc two
I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Null)
Band Of The Hand
When The Night Comes Falling
Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Even the Losers [Tom Petty]
Spike [Tom Petty]
Tonight Will Be My Night [Tom Petty]
Caress Me Babe [Tom Petty]
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder)
I And I
Good Rockin' Mama [John Lee Hooker]
Like A Rolling Stone
Disc three
In The Garden
Blowin' In The Wind
Uranium Rock (Warren Smith)
(1) Seeing The Real You At Last
     Knockin' On Heaven's Door
     Refugee [Tom Petty]
(2) Bye Bye Johnny [Tom Petty]
     Gotta Serve Somebody
(3) Unchain My Heart
      Mr. Tambourine Man
      To Ramona
      Union Sundown
      House Of The Rising Sun
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Shoreline, Mountain View, CA  August 5, 1986
(1) Red Rocks  Morrison, CO  July 26, 1986
(2) Forum, Inglewood, CA  August 3, 1986
(3) PAC, Saratoga Springs, NY  July 13, 1986

Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Flashback    /    0255 
Released:   0000
Quality:   8 stars
Bob's Boots ref  #   BB-t19

Thanks to Hermann Rechberger for info
This is yet another great sounding mono soundboard recording of the 'True Confessions Tour'. The three CD set presents the bulk of the show. The filler material is non duplicated audience recordings from previous True Confessions shows. Backed up by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, the rocking numbers rock a little too hard, and a little too fast (as they tended to do on this tour). The slower numbers are by far the better songs because of this tendency to rush the faster ones. With a slightly nicer cover, this package would have been incredible. As it is, the aesthetics of the front are amateurish, off topic, and boring. The disc two and three fronts have a small number in the lower right corner to designate the disc. Other than this, all are identical. However, there is a very nice 3 panel foldout that compensates for the boring front cover.
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