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  • Performer: Hüsker Dü
  • Album: Live at Longhorn Bar, Minneapolis, MN
  • FLAC: 1754 mb | MP3: 1303 mb
  • Released: 1980
  • Style: Hardcore
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Hüsker Dü - Live at Longhorn Bar, Minneapolis, MN album flac

Jay's Longhorn Bar, most frequently referred to by patrons as The Longhorn, was a nexus of the punk music scene in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, described by music critics as a "legendary" part of the genre's history and a "punk rocker's paradise.

Jay's Longhorn Bar Minneapolis Concert Setlists. City Minneapolis, MN, United States (near St. Paul).

Jay's Longhorn Bar, most frequently referred to by patrons as The Longhorn, was a nexus of the punk music scene in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the late 1970s and early 1980s, described by music critics as a "legendary" part of the genre's history and a "punk rocker's paradise. One of the earliest clubs in America to regularly book punk, New Wave, and alternative-rock bands, the Longhorn was the only concert stage in Minnesota where touring acts in those genres could regularly perform until the opening of what would become First Avenue in 1980.

The Longhorn Bar, Minneapolis 20 November 1979. Excellent quality stereo recording (sounds like mixing desk) - speed corrected. Jay's Longhorn Bar, most frequently referred to by patrons as The Longhorn has arguably been considered what constituted the nexus of the punk music scene in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and was located at 14 S. 5th Street in the downtown district of the city. Originally owned by Jay Berine with help from general manager/artist director/Musican Al Wodtke(Badfinger,KYX). The Longhorn became a legendary punk rock/hardcore punk venue.

Hüsker Dü Husker Du, Коллекция бутлегов, концертников, компиляций. s (2:47) Total time: 00:29:46 Live Bootleg @ First Avenue Club, Minneapolis, USA, 28-08-1985. 1985 - Live at Blue Note, Boulder, CO (320 kbps& Unofficial Bootleg. 1. flip your wig (2:19) 2. every everything (1:36) 3. makes no sense at all (2:35) 4. girl who lives on heaven hill (2:46) 5. i apologize (3:25) 6. if i told you (1:53) 7. folklore (1:30) 8. don't want to know if you're lonely (3:10) 9. i don't know for sure.

Jay's Longhorn Bar, also known simply as "The Longhorn," was a popular rock club in Minneapolis that operated during the late 1970s to the early 1980s. Originally a jazz club and steakhouse, the Longhorn changed ownership a few times before taking on its legendary status as a rock club. The Longhorn was known as the center of the Minneapolis punk scene with groups like Hüsker Dü, the Suicide Commandos and The Replacements playing there on almost a weekly basis. It was also a regular stop for national punk and alternative groups on tour. frequented the venue and noted that he considered Hüsker Dü "an actual band" only after they had performed on the Longhorn stage. Robert Wilkinson, singer for Minneapolis punk band Flamingo, noted that in terms of importance to the scene, The Longhorn was Minneapolis’ CBGB’s. The Longhorn was also an important crucible of the local punk-rock scene.

A few awkward minutes later, Hüsker Dü was no more-out with a whimper unbecoming of the noise they were semi-famous for. And they never looked back; in fact, no band of their stature has ever looked back less. Comprised of 69 chronologically sorted tracks, most live and 47 previously unreleased, Savage circumvents the nightmarish parsing of rights from SST and Warner Bros. by focusing on raw recordings from the band’s formative years in the Twin Cities between 1979 and 1982.

Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. The members of Hüsker Dü first performed together when Grant Hart, Bob Mould, Greg Norton and keyboardist Charlie Pine began playing in 1979 in a band called Buddy and the Returnables. At the time, Mould was a freshman at Macalester College, and frequented Cheapo Records, a St Paul record store where Hart was a sales clerk.