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Started by MAtT, July 17, 2020, 06:34:31
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Quote from: MAtT on July 17, 2020, 06:34:31The reason this altered version ended up being called Forever is that in January 1981 they recorded a John Peel studio session on Radio One, and along with early versions of Faith tracks included a version to which they gave that name. Throughout the 1981 tours they played Forever, usually as the final song, again with improvised lyrics. As the tour went on the sound and effects on the song got darker But in 1982, after a few shows where they did the same, they changed the song quite a bit - the chord sequences are different - even darker than before. On many bootlegs from the time the song is either still referred to as Forever, or given a name made-up from some of the decipherable lyrics (e.g. "Face", "All I have to do is kill her"). But after the release of the Curiosity compilation on the cassette B-side of the Concert LP in 1984, the song was referred to as "All Mine"
Quote from: MAtT on July 17, 2020, 06:34:31After the band split in 1982 the song was never played again, but Forever reappeared in 1983 (very odd version) and 1984 (more like it was originally) and has been an occasionally played classic ever since - always (I think) as the final song.
Quote from: MAtT on July 18, 2020, 10:46:52Hi Ulrich, no problem! I just uploaded the Dresden Forever you're looking for:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uc9uimlsR_g