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Midnight Oil

Exxon Valdez Spill Cleanup Protest, 6th Avenu…

May 30, 1990

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  1. 1 Introduction 00:44
  2. 2 Dream World 03:34
  3. 3 Monologue / Song Intro 00:43
  4. 4 Blue Sky Mine 04:00
  5. 5 Monologue / Song Intro 00:55
  6. 6 Instant Karma 03:13
  7. 7 Song Intro 00:25
  8. 8 River Runs Red 05:24
  9. 9 Stage Banter 00:39
  10. 10 Progress 04:19
  11. 11 Monologue / Song Intro 01:35
  12. 12 Sometimes 03:57
  13. 13 thank you monologue 01:11
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Peter Garrett - lead vocals, harmonica
Jim Moginie -guitar, keyboards
Martin Rotsey - guitar
Bones Hillman - bass guitar, vocals
Gladdie Reed - trombone
Rob Hirst - drums, vocals

On May 30, 1990, prior to their headlining gig at Radio City Music Hall that evening, Midnight Oil take to the streets of New York City. Performing outside the Exxon building, before a lunchtime crowd on 6th Avenue, Peter Garrett and the band raise awareness and protest the company's lack of responsibility in cleaning up the massive oil spill from the Exxon Valdez. In addition to a choice selection of the group's politically charged songs, this recording also includes the debut performance of their cover of John Lennon's "Instant Karma."

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Peter Garrett - lead vocals, harmonica
Jim Moginie -guitar, keyboards
Martin Rotsey - guitar
Bones Hillman - bass guitar, vocals
Gladdie Reed - trombone
Rob Hirst - drums, vocals

On May 30, 1990, prior to their headlining gig at Radio City Music Hall that evening, Midnight Oil take to the streets of New York City. Performing outside the Exxon building, before a lunchtime crowd on 6th Avenue, Peter Garrett and the band raise awareness and protest the company's lack of responsibility in cleaning up the massive oil spill from the Exxon Valdez. In addition to a choice selection of the group's politically charged songs, this recording also includes the debut performance of their cover of John Lennon's "Instant Karma."