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19780722 - Deeply Vale Peoples Free Festival


Mark E Smith _ Vocals

Martin Bramah  - Guitar, Vocals
Yvonne Pawlett  - Keyboards
Marc Riley  - Bass
Karl Burns  - Drums

Total Gig Length

Net Gig Length - 00:41:09 


Officially Released on Live at Deeply Vale (OZIT CD785)
Audience Audio

Set List

02Psycho Mafia02:27
03Rebellious Jukebox03:17
05Stepping Out02:47
06I Like To Blow01:46
07Mess Of My02:55
09Industrial Estate01:52
10It's The New Thing03:28
11Futures And Pasts03:02
12Music Scene04:58
13Bingo Master's Breakout
14Brand New Cadillac


The photograph on the cover is from the appearance the following year.    


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An average audience capture. Everything is either very tinny or a muddy rhythmic splurge.

Part of the set was released by Ozit in June 2005. 

Two tracks -- Bingo Master's Break-Out and Brand New Cadillac -- were to be released on a Deeply Vale box set in 2006, however this is yet to emerge. Speaking to the head of the record lable recently he advises financial constraints have prevented this.

- "Good afternoon! When I was on the witch trials of the twentieth century, they said, 'You are an aesthetic anasthetic. Your repetition will never be.' Right, noise!" (before "Repetition")
- "We're going to knock you down, we're going to come inside your head. Thank you and good afternoon...right, Psycho Mafia take one." 
- "We like to be in tune, this being our first experience of open air festivals." (before Rebellious Jukebox)v
- "Right, that's for all you skinheads. 'Like To Blow'. You're all slack." (before "Like To Blow")
- "Thank you. This one's about radios, videos, a signal (...). A note of your own choice, boys and girls." (before "Mess Of My")
- "Martin (Branch), reach out and tell of industrial estate. I cannot see one - that makes a change. Get up for ind est." (before "Industrial Estate")
- "I dream about taking some terrorists out for a quiet drink and getting them to stick a bomb up the architect's arse, the tv popman's (?) arse, you know, dreams, you know, when the only solution is retribution." (extra lyrics in Mess Of My)
- Right, the new one" (before It's The new Thing)
- "Another slow one for you - a song of contrasts, for my mother and my sister." (in fake American accent) 
- "Martin, reach out and tell one of Industrial Estate. I can't see one that makes a change. Get up for Industrial Estate-ah."
- "We'll do 'Futures And Pasts', Martin. Do 'Futures And Pasts', Martin, yeah? We're a democratic band, y'know." [In American accent] "We're just going for a conference to talk about our futures and our pasts." (before "Futures And Pasts")
- "Last number now, right, come on Martin, sing a song, you can do it." (before Music Scene)