Live at Reading is a live CD/DVD by American grunge band Nirvana released on November 2, 2009, chronicling its performance at the Reading Festival in Reading, England, UK, on August 30, 1992. Bootlegged for years following the performance, the new issues present the performance for the first time mastered and color corrected. The performance of the band's 1992 hit single "Lithium" was previously released on the home video Live! Tonight! Sold Out!! in 1994
Released November 3, 2009. Live at Reading Tracklist. On August 30, 1992, Nirvana performed a critically acclaimed set at the Reading Festival. The setlist is made up mostly of Nevermind-era songs, with some Bleach-era tracks, three songs from the then-unreleased In Utero and two covers. The performance was released in album-form on November 3, 2009. Live at Reading Q&A.
While the show’s centerpiece was a performance of nearly the entire Nevermind tracklist, also noteworthy were early performances of three as of yet unrecorded songs which wouldn’t be released until 2 years later on In Utero: All Apologies, Dumb, and in its first ever public performance, tourette’s.
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Nirvana, "Live At Reading". A humbling moment of Nirvana's 1992 performance at England's Reading Festival comes during the intro to the powerful rocker "Lithium. Dressed in a white medical gown and blue jeans, frontman Kurt Cobain hits a wrong note and is forced to restart the tune.
Certain concerts create a legend as soon as the final note ceases to ring. and right before things started to turn sour within the Nirvana camp. Despite the happy news of the birth of Frances Bean Cobain a mere 12 days before this August 30 festival, rumors swirled around Nirvana right up until the band hit the stage.