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Dire Straits / Loverboy - Best Of The Biscuit FLAC album

Dire Straits / Loverboy - Best Of The Biscuit FLAC album
Performer: Dire Straits / Loverboy
Title: Best Of The Biscuit
Released: 05 Jul 1981
Label: D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp.
Country: US
Style: Pop Rock, Public Broadcast
Catalog #: KB/BOB 374
Genre: Rock / Blues / Audio Records
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 716
Formats: Vinyl, LP, Transcription, Stereo Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Transcription, Stereo
FLAC size: 2580 mb
MP3 size: 1374 mb


1William MinkinSegment Break
2No ArtistCommercial Block - U.S. Navy
3No ArtistCommercial Block - Pioneer / Honda
4William MinkinEnd Credits
5LoverboyTurn Me Loose
6LoverboyTeenage Overdose
7No ArtistShow Promo Spot II (Music Bed Only)
8Dire StraitsSultans Of Swing
9No ArtistLockbanded Tone Setting Track
10LoverboyPrissy Prissy
11Dire StraitsOnce Upon A Time In The West
12William MinkinSegment Intro
13No ArtistCommercial Block - Miller Beer
14LoverboyThe Kid Is Hot Tonight
15Dire StraitsLady Writer
16William MinkinDire Straits Segment Intro
17William MinkinLoverboy Segment Intro
18LoverboyLady Of The '80's
19William MinkinRadio Show Intro
20Dire StraitsDown To The Waterline
21Dire StraitsEast Bound Train
22No ArtistShow Promo Spot I (Music Bed With Announcer)
23No ArtistCommercial Block - Honda / U.S. Navy
24No ArtistCommercial Block - Nestle


  • Lacquer Cut By+Bre


King Biscuit Flower Hour Best Of The Biscuit # 374
Recorded live at Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA, 31 March 1979
Vancouver Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, 3 August 1980
Original Airdate: 5 July 1981
1981 pre-FM Triple Vinyl LPs

A double-bill King Biscuit show with segments previously aired on radio stations across the U.S. The venues for each performance are not specifically mentioned by regular contributor and host Bill Minkin. He does, however, mention the cities for each show. A little investigating reveals that the Dire Straits portion was recorded at The Old Waldorf during their first tour of the States. The Loverboy segment was most likely recorded at the Vancouver Coliseum (later renamed the Pacific Coliseum) on 3 August 1980. Contains original commercial blocks and two sections of extended silence for local station announcements.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): KB 374 • A MCR + Bre
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): BOB 374 • B MCR + Bre
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, Etched): BOB 374 • C MCR + Bre


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp.
  • Copyright (c) – D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Master Cutting Room
  • Recorded At – Old Waldorf
  • Recorded At – Pacific Coliseum
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