Live 30 July 1992
1992 Live UK London
Walthamstow Royal Standard
Track Listing
  1. Diana
  2. Happy Birthday
  3. When The May Rain Comes
  4. Be
  5. Summer Of Love
  6. Long Satan And Babylon
  7. All The Stars Are Dead Now
  8. Suzanne
  9. Oh Coal Black Smith
  10. In The Heart Of The Wood
  11. Hitler As Kalki (SDM) [durtro014]
  12. Song For Douglas (After He's Dead)
  13. Sadness Song
  14. Black Flowers Please
  1. Christ And The Pale Queens Mighty In Sorrow [durtro014]
David Tibet - vocals
Douglas P. - stick guitar, percussion and vocals
Rose McDowall - semi-acoustic guitar and vocals
James Mannox - percussion and vocals
Nick Saloman - electric and acoustic guitars
Karl Blake - bass
John Balance - vocals
Joolie Wood - violin, whistles, clarinet and vocals
Michael Cashmore - acoustic guitars
Steven Stapleton - ceaseless rhythm
Ken Thomas - sound
This was a rather big lineup for Current 93, featuring most of the key players. A slow-starting but soon very raucous version of "Diana" was played this night. Two tracks from this concert, "Hitler as Kalki (SDM)" and "Christ and the Pale Queens Mighty in Sorrow" were released on the live Hitler as Kalki CD in 1993. An interesting tidbit is that the song "Mignonne", an unreleased track, was on the setlist as a possible encore. It did not end up being played; however, this was likely the song "Let Us Go to the Rose" which did not come out until 1994 when Of Ruine Or Some Blazing Starre was released. Possibly "Mignonne" was a working title for that track. Barry Dransfield, scheduled to play this show, had to cancel his performance. Steven Stapleton was billed as "guest DJ".

Thanks to Morbid for submitting information and photos for this show.
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