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ARMS - 1983-12-02 - San Francisco, CA
(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Action Research for Multiple Sclerosis
December 2, 1983 The Cow Palace San Francisco, CA

Two NTSC DVDs total running time 159 minutes
MPEG-1 384 kb/s
d1 4000 kb/s
d2 6000 kb/s

Disc 1 94:36
Eric Clapton set:
1. Introduction
2. Everybody Oughta Make A Change
3. Lay Down Sally
4. Wonderful Tonight
5. Rita Mae
6. Sad Sad Day > Have You Ever Loved A Woman? > Ramblin' On My Mind
7. Cocaine
8. Don't Talk To Me [Joe Cocker vocal]
9. Watching The River Flow [Joe Cocker vocal]
10. Worried Life Blues [Joe Cocker vocal]
11. You Are So Beautiful [Joe Cocker vocal]
12. Seven Days [Joe Cocker vocal]
13. Feelin' Alright [Joe Cocker vocal]

Jeff Beck set:
14. Star Cycle [instrumental]
15. The Pump [instrumental]
16. Definitely Maybe [instrumental]
17. Blue Wind [instrumental]
18. People Get Ready [Andy Fairweather-Low vocal]
19. Going Down [Andy Fairweather-Low vocal]

Disc 2 63:45
Jimmy Page set:
1. Prelude [instrumental]
2. Who's To Blame? [Paul Rodgers vocal]
3. City Sirens [Paul Rodgers vocal]
4. Boogie Mama [Paul Rodgers vocal]
5. Bird On A Wing [Paul Rodgers vocal]
6. Stairway To Heaven
[instrumental with Clapton, Beck & Page on guitars]
7. Layla [Eric Clapton, Beck & Page on guitars]
8. With A Little Help From My Friends
[Joe Cocker lead vocal; Clapton, Beck & Page on guitars]
9. Goodnight Irene [Ronnie Lane lead vocal]

featuring: Ronnie Lane, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker,
Ray Cooper, Andy Fairweather Low, Jan Hammer, James Hooker,
Kenny Jones, Jimmy Page, Simon Phillips, Paul Rodgers,
Fernando Saunders, Chris Stainton, Ian Stewart, Charlie
Watts and Bill Wyman.

The ARMS tour raised funds and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research and was organized for Ronnie Lane, the bass player for the Faces, who had been diagnosed with the debilitating disease. Lane's treatment was a prohibitively expensive experimental snake venom treatment that was not available at that time to most other sufferers. The appearance of Jimmy Page was his first notable public appearance in a long time. The "Prelude" instrumental was the Chopin prelude he used for "Death Wish 2". Page also began playing a song he and Paul Rodgers were working on called "Bird On A Wing" (A descendent of the unfinished Zeppelin song "Swan Song") which went on to become "Midnight Moonlight" during The Firm years.




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