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broken glass park


composers
Written by: Owen Parker, Simple Minds
Written by: Kerr / Burchill / Parker (Post 2014 credit)
Written by: Parker / Kerr / Burchill (Post 2014 credit)


publisher
JKMC-Bucks Music Group Ltd / Hornall Music / Copyright Control (Post 2014 credit)
Copyright Control / JKMC-Bucks Music Group Ltd / Hornall Brothers Music Ltd (Post 2014 credit)


background
"I like this situation where the band go in early to rehearsal and leaving me to push on with new songs for the follow up Lostboy! album. A great day so far with yet another tune finished some minutes ago called Broken Glass Park. It's epic." - Jim 11th May 2010

"It was written yesterday, band routining it today, and it will go straight into the live set. The pace and improvisation that excites me so, also what I have been missing for ever so long. Precisely the reason I needed to initiate Lostboy! AKA, it reminds me of the early days of the Minds when we would write a song one day and play it live the next night. No fears ever. Just beautiful!" - Jim 12th May 2010

Written during the rehearsals for the first Lostboy! tour, and performed live on the first night, Broken Glass Park was scheduled for the second Lostboy! album. Until it was recorded by Simple Minds. "Although written for Lostboy! AKA both Charlie and I wanted to hear the Minds do this. Made sense to me since the lyric is written about our teenage years when we used to hang around Queen Park In Glasgow. Magical and mystical - Broken Glass Park is perhaps one of our best songs ever! Our Strawberry Fields" - Jim, 10th September.

"In Bruxelles but I am listening to the final of mix of Broken Glass Park that was just completed in London earlier today. I have one word only... stunning!!!" - Jim, 30th September.

The song featured heavily during the Greatest Hits Forest Tour where it was one of two new songs (the other being Stagefright.)

"[Broken Glass Park] was written last year for Lostboy! AKA but when Charlie Burchill liked it so much we decided that Simple Minds would "nick it!". Pleased me, as the lyrics are unashamedly nostalgic and centre directly on a few experiences Charlie and I shared as youths. Staying up all night, high as kites, wandering the streets of Glasgow, with our pupils dilating, not quite sure we were still on this planet. Juvenile delinquents? Yes! But we were innocent and it was fun, fun, fun, fun, fun. Nobody knows where the record industry is headed, but year on year we want to keep adding only great new songs to our set. I will say that again "only great songs." Hopefully you find that "Broken Glass Park" fits the bill!" - Jim 18th June 2011


"How else do you account for the return of the fountain pen - as an object of consumer luxury in the age of the computer, when we have all but forgotten how to write?" A good question no doubt."

"Likewise and more in context with this site, how do you account for the on going resurgence in demand for music on 12" vinyl when hardly anyone has a record player, and with a couple of clicks on a keyboard you can probably access the entire history of recorded music? Nostalgia - might not be the entire answer to those questions, but it must surely figure large in any credible answer, even if it not so easy to actually describe fully what it means."

"There are, of course, many ways to look backward. You can look and reject. Or you can look and linger longingly. Within our latest recording of Broken Glass Park, available for you to hear from this week, it will be fairly obvious that the lyrical theme is based unashamedly on a personalised nostalgia that presents views from a past that although based on truths, will inevitably have been idealized as I gazed back to a time and place that seemingly no longer exists externally. But lives on forever within me."

"Many of the new songs we are working on currently, as in over the last few months, have lyrical themes that first took shape around three years ago. For much of that period I was back in my hometown of Glasgow and very happy to be there, even if the reason for my relocation was overwhelmingly sad. Such was the case as we prepared ourselves for the last six months of my mother's time with us."

"And yet it was an incredibly prolific time also as I worked in Glasgow honing and preparing things for the release of my solo work with Lostboy! AKA, as well as working on various new collaborative songwriting partnerships with Owen Parker and Iain Cook, both of whom have contributed to new Simple Minds material."

"On the morning that I finished work on Broken Glass Park, I was staying - sleeping and working - in the guest room at my parents' house, and so engrossed as I had not yet left the room to go down stairs and make my usual pot of coffee, or get out jogging around near bye Linn Park, always a pleasure. All sense of time had left me in fact, as I listened repeatedly to the track, chopping and changing lyrical phrases, looking for buzzwords as well as the need to get it all just perfect enough. It may have begun life as an idea for my solo work, but I knew instantly that I was writing a song partly about the genesis of Simple Minds and a song surely then destined to be recorded by Simple Minds."

"It was then I was startled by the knock on the door and my mother's voice asking me if she could enter. Before I could answer she was already standing in front of me, coffee in one hand, fruit salad in the other. Firing questions a dime to the dozen. "That sounds really great. I love it. What is it called? Will you record it? Can I get a copy? What does Charlie think? Will it be a single?" And then she took a pause, and with her skinny wee face and huge blue enquiring eyes, stared into me and asked. "What is it about?""

""I don’t know." I shrugged. "It's nostalgic and it's about all of us when we were growing up. Me, my brothers, our pals..., the band. Hanging around Queen's Park. Growing up in Glasgow. It is also about what fucking great fun we had!"

""Hey you, watch your bloody language!" she snapped."

"And then turning to leave she smiled and laughingly said "The Minds are great!""

Jim Kerr
10th February 2013

The song was first recorded with Andy Wright (a version which is still unreleased) but a more "electro" version was put together by Jim and Charlie working with Steve Osborne. After the song further evolved during the Greatest Hits + tour, the whole band re-recorded the song together and the new version was released on Big Music.


JK: "One of the greatest things for me in the period of the last album, Graffiti Soul, was that I worked on this solo project called Lostboy. And we only worked on it for a few weeks, and toured it for a few weeks. And one of the things that was great about it was it was people coming into my life, other writers and stuff, that energised me and indeed have gone on to energise Simple Minds. And one of those people was Owen Parker."

JK: "Owen came up with this tune that had something about it – had something of the nostalgia about it. I always liked these park songs – MacArthur Park, Itchycoo Park and stuff – and there was something about this song that the phrase Broken Glass Park came up. I mean it is pure nostalgia about the area that Charlie and I grew up in and when we were young kids we used to escape into the park and when we were teenagers we would escape into it at night and – I won't go into details about what happened there – but this park became central to our lives and Owen really did us a great, great service – well, he gave me a great, great service in feeding me that melody."

Band Interviews
Big Music Deluxe DVD


MH: So I'm in talking with Jim Kerr of Simple Minds and we're in discussion about song writers and how the songs end up happening on Simple Minds records. And one thing you talked about is it having its moment and quite a few people that you've worked with before that crash on the rocks, because they wanted it to happen at that time, and it hasn't and they can't wait and they give up on it. And we're going into two tracks here, co-written with you and a guy called Owen Parker: Broken Glass Park and then Spirited Away. And Owen is a really great writer and he's been there and, of course, we came across him when we were doing Lostboy and he has the patience to hang in there, the reward is these two fantastic tracks, both of them. We'll start with Broken Glass Park.
JK: It's hard to find enough praise for Owen in the sense of what he's brought to me. When I think of – if anyone is interested in knowing anything more about Owen they could check out my Lostboy album because he wrote two tracks on that: one called She Fell In Love With Silence, which is about domestic abuse, and then another one called The Wait which, I can say this because it's his music, but they're masterly. And then Broken Glass Park – which although we said it was Blindfolded that got things going – we actually did a version of Broken Glass Park for our Greatest Hits album that came out a year and a half ago. It's a different version from the version on Big Music – you could actually say it was that that got the ball rolling as to the new Simple Minds, or the current Simple Minds, and we've been playing it live– for the last tour we opened with it in many places. Which when you're opening your set, a set of classics, opening with a brand new song is almost a recipe for disaster. But we felt the song was good enough, the melody was great enough and I know that you – the first time we checked it out for Lostboy – we just thought "This is a mini opera." And it had this great, nostalgic sense of nostalgia in the melody and I wrote it about this park that we used to hang out in. Again the clubs and discos had come out – well, they called them discos in those days – there was nowhere to go so you took shelter away from the mad Saturday night crowds and people would just hang and you had your own world and Broken Glass Park is a song about those days.
MH: I remember you cutting the vocal in the rehearsal room in Glasgow when we were doing rehearsals for Lostboy. And once again, back to the Bowie, there's just a great middle-eight part and you just swell into this and Jez Coad recorded it as the time – he was doing the recording – and both of us thought were like "He's Bowie. Just for three lines he's turned into Bowie." It's Jim Kerr's version of Bowie but it was certainly you. It just made the song the way you pulled it in, you just painted its picture.
JK: It just has nostalgia written all over. I was really pleased when lines started coming through like "the last days of the last great century." Even though they're my lines [laughs] they didn't feel like my lines, so I can say that's just great. You're just like "What's that?" But again, the atmosphere, not just the melody, the atmosphere of the melody, the atmosphere of Owen's little demo picture – I could see all this stuff in it, or it brought all this stuff out in me and, for me, that's what great music does.
MH: Painting the pictures with music, and you're talking about Broken Glass Park and growing up in Glasgow and being aware of it, we'll talk about the moment where you did the middle part where it's "one day longer, the sense gets stronger" and it's the phrasing and the feeling of that – it sounded like you'd managed to transport a song that we were doing in 2010 and it just went back all those years and that was the kind of music that was flying around our heads at the time. And it's just a perfect – middle-eights are meant to give you this different aspect of the song – and a lot of people don't get it right. But his one was like: this is a great song, a great chorus, but let me take you over here for a second.
JK: That's a great way of putting it Martin. I must've done a thousand interviews for Big Music where no-one's spoken about the essence of the middle-eight. And it's so great, it's true. That's when you've got the broad line of the song, but the middle-eight is where you really whisper what it's all about.
MH: Yeah, and it's that picture and the thing is, we're talking about writing great songs, and we're brought up in pop – and pop to you and I would've been the classics of Bowie and Roxy doing Virginia Plane and Jean Genie and stuff like that – and Driving Saturday and Life On Mars which aren't really pop records as such but you don't get them these days – and they have hooks and also in Broken Glass Park – not where you go off in the middle-eight and you come back to the chorus and you're like "The chorus is back" and you welcome it. There's a bit where it goes out and you're like "OK. He was Bowie for a minute. Now he's into the Iggy Pop thing and it's another call that goes out" – and for me Broken Glass Park is a pop-song from the first beat to the last beat, and from the first word to the last word, they're all calculated to make you feel something special.
JK: Yeah, indeed. And even the way it wraps up "We had fun, fun, fun, fun, fun" and I realise the other day that people of our generation might know Monty Python's "And we've got beans, beans, beans, beans, beans" [laughs], it goes out almost comically like a clutch but when the audience is there and they're all punching the air singing it, grown men singing "we had fun, fun, fun, fun" – talk about a banal way of describing our teenage years. But we have fun!
MH: We did have fun. I see it up there as a beautiful piece of work by you and you puncture it with the Monty Pythons. It was all part of who we were. We'll play this song. This is Broken Glass Park by Simple Minds from Big Music.

Martin Hanlin
The Real McCoy
KX 93.5




lyrics
There was a time we'd go down to Broken Glass Park,
We'd settle down 'til night fades into dark,
Do you remember me?
Was the last day,
Of the last great century.
We were so young in my memory.

In Broken Glass Park,
We'd hide from the sun.
We'd stay out all night,
'Til the moment would come.
Discover ourselves,
Stay there for days.
We'd turn out the lights,
Learn Purple Haze.
In Broken Glass Park,
Escape from the sun,
We'd stay out all night,
'Til the moment would come.

But I'm still wondering - do you remember me?

There was a time we'd go down to Broken Glass Park,
We'd settle down and pretty soon we'd start,
With our fantasies.
Was the last day of the last great century.
We were so young in my memory.

In Broken Glass Park,
We'd hide from the sun.
We'd stay out all night,
'Til the moment would come.
Discover ourselves,
Stay there for days.
Tune in to ourselves,
Learn Purple Haze.
In Broken Glass Park,
We'd hide from the sun,
Stay out all night,
'Til the moment would come.
Still frozen in time,
Still frozen in space,
In Broken Glass Park.

One day longer,
The sense gets stronger,
I know it will be,
This is our destiny.

In Broken Glass Park,
We'd hide from the sun.
Stay out all night,
'Til the moment would come.
Discover ourselves,
Stay there for days.
In Broken Glass Park,
So many ways.
Still frozen in time,
Still frozen in space.
We'd lock out the light,
And learn Purple Haze.
Still frozen in time,
Still frozen in space.
In Broken Glass Park.

We had FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN.
We had FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN.
We had FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN.
FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN!



discography
Live Version (16th June 2011) (6:30)
Recorded: Hampton Court Palace Festival, London, UK
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Triple CD Simple Minds Live Triple CD Simple Minds Live Limited Edition Double CD

Live Version (25th June 2011) (6:13)
Recorded: Cannock Chase Forest, Near Rugeley, Staffordshire, UK
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Triple CD

Live Version (16th July 2011) (6:04)
Recorded: City Rocks, Inverness, UK
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Triple CD

Original Mix (5:28)
Produced by: Andy Wright
Engineered by: Gavin Goldberg

Greatest Hits + CD

Album Version (4:12)
Produced by: Steve Osborne
Broken Glass Park Promo CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + Promo CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + Promo CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + 2CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + 3CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + US CD Celebrate: The Greatest Hits + Canadian CD Promised U A Remix 12" single Promised U A Remix CD Promo Icon Promo CD Icon CD Celebrate: The Collection CD

Live Version (29th March 2013) (6:09)
Recorded: Sands Centre, Carlisle, UK
Mixed By Concert Live
Remastered By Derrick Carter

Simple Minds Live Generic CD Simple Minds Live Specific CD

Live Version (6th April 2013) (5:57)
Recorded: Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, UK
Mixed By Concert Live
Remastered By Derrick Carter

Simple Minds Live Generic CD Simple Minds Live Specific CD

Live Version (15th April 2013) (6:10)
Recorded: O2 Academy, Bournemouth, UK
Mixed By Concert Live
Remastered By Derrick Carter

Simple Minds Live Generic CD Simple Minds Live Specific CD Simple Minds Live Commercial CD

Live Version (20th November 2013) (6:24)
Recorded: Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Generic CD

Live Version (28th November 2013) (5:26)
Recorded: Arena, Manchester, UK
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Generic CD

Live Version (30th November 2013) (5:22)
Recorded: O2, London, UK
Mixed By Concert Live

Simple Minds Live Generic CD

Radio Compressed Mix (3:55)
Produced by: Steve Osborne
Broken Glass Park US Promo CD

Live Version (26th January 2014) (6:42)
Recorded: Palladium, Riga, Latvia
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (27th January 2014) (6:29)
Recorded: Circus, Helsinki, Finland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (29th January 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Circus, Stockholm, Sweden
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (30th January 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (31st January 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (1st February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Huxleys, Berlin, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (3rd February 2014) (6:16)
Recorded: Docks, Hamburg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (4th February 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Docks, Hamburg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (5th February 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Jovel Music Hall, Munster, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (7th February 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Bremerhaven, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (8th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Sparkassen Arena, Aurich, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (9th February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Ringlokschuppen, Bielefeld, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (11th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Tollhaus, Karlsruhe, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (12th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Europahalle, Trier, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (14th February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Palladium, Köln, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (15th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Konzerthalle, Olsberg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (16th February 2014) (6:28)
Recorded: Capitol, Hannover, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (18th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Phönixhalle, Mainz, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (20th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Werfhalle, Göppingen, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (21st February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Fürth, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (23rd February 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Singen, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (25th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (26th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Festhalle, Berne, Switzerland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (28th February 2014) (6:28)
Recorded: Incheba Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (1st March 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Sala Ziemi, Poznan, Poland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (2nd March 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Stodola, Warsaw, Poland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (27th November 2013) (5:28)
Recorded: Hydro, Glasgow, UK
Mixing: Olivier Gerard (GG) at Jet Studios, Brussels
Sound Engineer: Rudy Coclet

Celebrate - Live At The SSE Hydro Deluxe CD

Live Version (9th June 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: KulturPur Festival, Hilchenbach, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (11th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Kunst!Rasen, Bonn, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (24th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Teatro Antico, Taormina, Sicily
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (26th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Banchina San Domenico, Molfetta, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (27th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: The Cavea, Rome, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (28th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Piazza Castello, Ferrara, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (29th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Arena Alpe Adria, Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (30th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Gru Village, Turin, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Album Version (4:39)
Produced by Andy Wright, Gavin Goldberg and Simple Minds
Mixed by Gavin Goldberg
Assisted by Lewis Chapman
Additional Programming And Guitars by Owen Parker
Backing Vocals by Clinton Outten AKA Roachie

Big Music Promo CD Big Music Promo CD Big Music Hungrian Promo CD Big Music CD Big Music Limited Edition Deluxe CD Big Music Limited Edition LP


downloads
Live Version (26th January 2014) (6:42)
Recorded: Palladium, Riga, Latvia
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (27th January 2014) (6:29)
Recorded: Circus, Helsinki, Finland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (29th January 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Circus, Stockholm, Sweden
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (30th January 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (31st January 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (1st February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Huxleys, Berlin, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (3rd February 2014) (6:16)
Recorded: Docks, Hamburg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (4th February 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Docks, Hamburg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (5th February 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Jovel Music Hall, Munster, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (7th February 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Bremerhaven, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (8th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Sparkassen Arena, Aurich, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (9th February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Ringlokschuppen, Bielefeld, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (11th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Tollhaus, Karlsruhe, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (12th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Europahalle, Trier, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (14th February 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Palladium, Köln, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (15th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Konzerthalle, Olsberg, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (16th February 2014) (6:28)
Recorded: Capitol, Hannover, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (18th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Phönixhalle, Mainz, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (20th February 2014) (6:25)
Recorded: Werfhalle, Göppingen, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (21st February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Fürth, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (23rd February 2014) (6:27)
Recorded: Stadthalle, Singen, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (25th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Alcatraz, Milan, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (26th February 2014) (6:23)
Recorded: Festhalle, Berne, Switzerland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (28th February 2014) (6:28)
Recorded: Incheba Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (1st March 2014) (6:24)
Recorded: Sala Ziemi, Poznan, Poland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (2nd March 2014) (6:26)
Recorded: Stodola, Warsaw, Poland
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (9th June 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: KulturPur Festival, Hilchenbach, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (11th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Kunst!Rasen, Bonn, Germany
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (24th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Teatro Antico, Taormina, Sicily
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (26th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Banchina San Domenico, Molfetta, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (27th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: The Cavea, Rome, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (28th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Piazza Castello, Ferrara, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (29th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Arena Alpe Adria, Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB

Live Version (30th July 2014) (?:??)
Recorded: Gru Village, Turin, Italy
Mixed By Bleecker Street

Simple Minds Live Generic USB




live history
Lostboy! AKA Promo Tour: 2010
Lostboy! AKA Electroset Tour: 2010
Greatest Hits Forest Tour: 2011
Australia: 2011
Greatest Hits +: 2013
Summer Tour: 2013
Americas Tour: 2013
South Africa / Europe: 2013
Stonehaven: 2013
Greatest Hits + European Tour: 2014
Greatest Hits + Summer Tour: 2014