Davie Jones and the Lower Third’s fifth performance at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Ballroom took place on Friday 30 July 1965.
Headlining the bill were Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. David Bowie’s first band the Konrads had supported them in Blackheath in 1963, and he would do so again in 1966 with the Buzz.
Tin Machine performed a version of Johnny Kidd and the Pirates’ 1960 hit ‘Shakin’ All Over’ during their first tour in 1989. A recording from the Newport Leisure Centre in Wales on 1 July 1989 was released on 19 August 1991, on the 12″ and CD1 versions of the ‘You Belong In Rock N’ Roll’ single. ‘Shakin’ All Over’ was released again on the Japanese CD single of ‘Baby Universal’.
Also on this day...
- 2008: Album release: Live Santa Monica ’72
- 1973: Recording: Pin Ups
- 1972: Travel: Cyprus to London
- 1971: Recording: The Bewlay Brothers
- 1969: Travel: Malta to Tuscany
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Marquee Club, London
- 1966: Live: David Bowie and the Buzz, Rhodes Centre, Bishops Stortford
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