Huey Lewis & the News - Full Concert - 05/23/89 - Slim's (OFFICIAL)

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Huey Lewis & the News - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 5/23/1989 - Slim's (San Francisco, CA)


Setlist:
0:00:00 - The Heart Of Rock N Roll
0:04:52 - Tattoo(Giving It All Up For Love)
0:08:46 - Shake Rattle N Roll
0:12:39 - Lets Go Get Stoned
0:18:28 - Whole Lotta Lovin / Boys Are Back In Town
0:28:16 - Old Antone
0:33:22 - Better Be True
0:39:11 - Walking With The Kid
0:43:41 - Hold What You've Got
0:48:02 - Working In A Coal Mine
0:51:53 - I Knew The Bride When She Used to Rock and Roll
0:56:09 - This Is It
1:00:20 - Power Of Love
1:05:04 - A Couple Days Off
1:08:49 - Workin For A Living
1:13:56 - Happy Birthday to Bob Brown / Bob monologue
1:16:06 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
1:23:38 - Trouble In Paradise
1:28:15 - Function At The Junction
1:35:06 - I Want A New Drug

Personnel:
Huey Lewis - lead vocals, harmonica
Johnny Colla - guitar, saxophone, vocals
Sean Hooper - keyboards, vocals
Chris Hayes - guitar, vocals
Mario Cipollina - bass
Bill Gibson - drums, percussion, vocakls
Guests:
Dwight Clark - vocals (on track 14)
Mark Russo - saxophone (on tracks 23, 25, 27 & 28)
Bob Brown - monologue (on track 22)

Summary:
Between 1982 and 1988, few bands worked harder than Huey Lewis Lewis and The News. Although the group was made up of seasoned vets, it wasn't until the breakout success of "Do You Believe In Love," a song from their second album, that they began receiving attention outside their home base of San Francisco. Over the coarse of the next six years, the group would perfect their blend of good time rock & roll music, infused with the soul and doo-wop influences of their youth. They would score big with three consecutive platinum albums and an impressive list of hit singles, including three number ones on the Billboard charts. Relentless touring and high rotation exposure on MTV would eventually pay off and the group would become a national headlining act capable of filling the biggest arenas in America.

In 1989 the group finally took some well-deserved time off from their touring and recording schedules with one notable exception. In May of 1989, Bill Graham presented a series of benefit concerts in multiple venues to raise awareness about AIDS and fund research and care for those afflicted in the Bay Area. Huey Lewis and The News took part in this "In Concert Against AIDS" series with a memorable one-off club performance at Slim's in San Francisco, which would not only be their first gig in over four months, but their first club gig in years.

Presented in its entirety, here is that performance. Surrounded by family, friends and a hometown audience, this intimate club gig has it all, including the group's biggest hits and a choice selection of covers. At one point, American Pro Bowl wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, Dwight Clark, joins the group onstage, lending his voice to the doo-wop classic "Working In A Cold Mine." Mark Russo, renowned for his saxophone work with Tower Of Power and The Yellowjackets, also joins in on the final half hour of this remarkable performance.

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this is great music! they really sound as good live as their recordings!

Author — magic cheeseball

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Watch Behind the Music. These guys had no drama, no issues, just a bunch of mates playing great music and having fun.

Author — maestro h

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Bill Gibson, crazy under rated drummer! Solid!

Author — Jo J

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Setlist (with more accurate timing)
0:00:00 - The Heart Of Rock N Roll
0:05:06 - Tattoo(Giving It All Up For Love)
0:10:00 - Shake Rattle N Roll
0:13:51 - Lets Go Get Stoned
0:19:37 - Whole Lotta Lovin / Boys Are Back In Town
0:29:30 - Old Antone
0:35:15 - Better Be True
0:41:07 - Walking With The Kid
0:46:00 - Hold What You've Got
0:50:40 - Working In A Coal Mine
0:55:00 - I Knew The Bride When She Used to Rock and Roll
0:59:35 - This Is It
1:03:45 - Power Of Love
1:08:35 - A Couple Days Off
1:13:06 - Workin For A Living
1:18:10 - Happy Birthday to Bob Brown / Bob monologue
1:20:26 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
1:29:07 - Trouble In Paradise
1:34:35 - Function At The Junction
1:42:10 - I Want A New Drug

Author — max slamer

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Smoked my first joint at a Huey Lewis concert. Saratoga Springs N.Y. summer 85. Not quite Woodstock lol.

Author — Waldo Rojas

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My wife and I saw them in vegas FANTASTIC SHOW ! I think it was in the late 80s.

Author — George Mount

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Met Huey in Hawai'i at a golf tournament. Very nice guy. Easily accessible. And of course, one of the greatest bands of the 80s. Hope his current hearing situation gets remedied so he can get back out there and keep rockin' it. Keep rockin' Huey!

Author — Scott A. Reighard

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the dog said, "makes me say ruff." ~ tenderbastard

Author — tenderbastard tenderbastard

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define the word cool ....and Huey Lewis name shows up...

Author — Cynthia Meredith

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lot of music from the 80's that made me feel good and this was the best of

Author — Silver 10M

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Huey's voice is so unique! I could listen to him sing just about anything! thanks for the upload!!

Author — Noeffnwaypal

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this is music to listen to when you wake up in the morning .... fills you with energy !!!!

Author — ludovico nardocci

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WHY IS THIS GREAT THE ROCK N' ROLL HALL OF FAME

Author — James Scheffler

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These guys are just kick-ass good!! Have always loved them, always will. Such style.Damn....Huey is kickin' with Thin Lizzy's "The Boys Are Back In Town". Just great.

Author — Imapeach1

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Tight friends = Tight band  I love the way Huey orchestrates the band!

Author — AnimalHouseforReal

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This may be the best show ever in a small club.

Author — dobb673

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i woke up with huey singing in my head, 7am and i'm going way back...makes me feel good. 
life was easier back then....time machine, where are you?

Author — Adam Isaac

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Huh. I never knew Agent Smith played the bass.

Author — r0ckt3hc4sb4h

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Great sound quality for being 1989 ;)

Author — syncro16se

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I got the news, what a great concert.

Author — okrajoe