Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The Utopia Reunion Audio Rip

I was going to say, "As promised, here is the audio rip from the big Utopia reunion pay per view filmed at the Highline Ballroom in NYC, on January 30th, 2011," but I don't remember promising anything. So instead, here is the audio rip from the big Utopia reunion pay per view filmed at the Highline Ballroom in NYC, on January 30th, 2011.

I realize this may be a hard sell to some not quite as insane as I am, but I know you crazies are out there. This is for you. As for the rest of you wonderful people, there are more than a few moments worth your time. I promise. It is indeed, not without flaws, but as reunions go, no one on that stage needs to hide their heads.

Don't forget to say hi to Moogy. I mean, that's the whole point.


Never Never Land
Crying in the Sunshine
Lady Face
Dust in the Wind
Utopia Theme
Freak Parade
Another Life
The Ikon
Heavy Metal Kids
Set Me Free
Th' Sweel
Do Ya
The Last Ride
Freedom Fighters
Just One Victory
Sons of 1984



James A. Gardner said...

Very nice, thank you!
If you can hear them sing, "We may be losing now, but we can't stop trying," without the hair on the back of your neck standing on end, you are officially not human.

Anonymous said...

thank you very much

Steve Simels said...

Do Ya and Set Me Free?

I was never a Utopia fan, and obviously never saw them back in the day (except maybe on teebee) but I'll have to give this a listen just for the above.

Sal Nunziato said...

Set Me Free is an original, not a Kinks cover. POP....ssssssssssssssssssssssss. ;)

Paul said...

Thanks for posting this. It is greatly appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Oooh shiny,thank you for this,right made my day it has. Stu

boboquisp said...

Thanks for this post. TR's Utopia was one of my favorites. Wish I coulda been there!

Soul Man said...

Let me be the 1st - no, no, the 6th -- to say THANK YOU! Sal! This is going to be a treat... downloading now. Cheers from the South.

artlazarus said...

Just to hear "Friends" would have been worth the price of admission. God bless Moogy and Buzzy, and thank you Sal!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Very cool. Thanks.

Anonymous said... "scarey good" as you first described it! of course, having seen todd with & without two different versions of utopia - you didn't have to twist my arm...
thanks again (for this & everything)~

Anonymous said...

Thanx very much

cmealha said...

I'm more of a Todd fan than a Utopia fan but there are a lot of great Todd moments on this. Thanks so much.

Rob said...

Fab stuff. cheers Sal.

Anything Should Happen said...

I've not been around for a week or two.

I'm surprised you've mentioned Todd Rundgren Sal.

Is this a new direction?

Runt Fan said...

This has been my favorite listen of recent weeks -- thanks so much Sal!!

toddfan said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH! Been a "toddfan" since first hearing "nazz-nazz" back in the late 60's. Living in Kansas, I couldn't make the show, so getting to hear this will be a treat, indeed!

Did I say "THANK YOU SO MUCH"???

I MEAN it!


Anonymous said...

Thank You Very, Very Much!

Official Editor & EO said...

Thanks a million for this! Todd is my favourite musician and this show was so very special, not just because it was in support of Moogy Klingman, but because those musos haven't polayed together, or played this material, for so long. Todd rules!

Anonymous said...

Delighted to have caught this wee download. It was the date that drew my attention...saw Utopia in Glasgow 30 Jan 1977 the RA tour... soooo Perb!! Then had to get up with a hallucinatory (?) hangover the next morning and go to school.

Anonymous said...

Well I obviously did see them back in the day, as much as possible ... the reunion was thrilling, I know I could be dreaming, get off the sidewalk!