<font color="whitesmoke">bambam wrote:
Apparently, the U.N. got hold of all available bootlegs and burned them all in the name of anti-apartheidism.
You gotta love the UN getting involved in the entertainment biz! :-P
I remember when they added Paul Simon to their list of shame (or whatever you want to call it) of people who did business in South Africa, because he went there to record the Graceland album with local musicians.
I suppose it would have been alright with them if he had instead recorded an inferior record with studio musicians who don't play with the same feel as the authentic musicians who inspired the music on the album.
But if a bootleg of this show ever did exist at some point, that would mean somewhere, somebody has a master recording of some kind of the show, right? Surely the UN couldn't have gotten their filthy hands on that, right?
"Compromise? That word is not in our vocabulary"-Roger Taylor, quoting Freddie Mercury