The Police - Concert information

[Updated: September 3, 2005]

13-06-1979 / London / BBC Paris Theatre ("BBC In Concert") / UK
The Police recorded a session for the BBC radio-program "In Concert" (produced by Jeff Griffin) at the BBC Paris Theatre in Lower Regent Street. In the past The Beatles and Frank Sinatra also recorded sessions in this studio, which was finally closed down in March 1995.
"The politest audience we've had all week. We not only play to delinquents. This is called So Lonely".
This show was probably first broadcasted on 23-06-1979.
Can't Stand Losing You was released officially on the 2LP 21 Years Of Alternative Radio 1 (Strange Fruit Records; SFRLP 200) and the 2CD One and Only - 25 Years Of Radio 1 (Band of Joy Records/BBC; BOJCD 025).

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