Eurythmics | Concert Revenge Tour ’87

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01 – Eurythmics – It Could Be The Future [Studio Spoken Word Prologue] – 1987
02 – Eurythmics – Sexcrime (1984) [Live] – 1987
03 – Eurythmics – Let’s Go [Live] – 1987
04 – Eurythmics – The Last Time [Live] – 1987
05 – Eurythmics – Here Comes the Rain Again [Live] – 1987
06 – Eurythmics – It’s Alright (Baby’s Coming Back) [Live] – 1987
07 – Eurythmics – When Tomorrow Comes [Live] – 1987
08 – Eurythmics – There Must Be an Angel (Playing With My Heart) [Live] – 1987
09 – Eurythmics – Who’s That Girl [Live] – 1987
10 – Eurythmics – Right By Your Side [Live] – 1987
11 – Eurythmics – Thorn in My Side [Live] – 1987
12 – Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) [Live] – 1987
13 – Eurythmics – Would I Lie to You? / Day Tripper (medley) [Live] – 1987
14 – Eurythmics – Missionary Man [Live] – 1987
15 – Eurythmics – Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves [Live] – 1987
16 – Eurythmics – The Miracle of Love [Live] – 1987
17 – Eurythmics – The Miracle of Love” [Instrumental Studio Version] – 1987


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Eurythmics | #eurythmics
(David A. Stewart, Annie Lennox)
[1980-2005], London, Greater London, United Kingdom

Biography


Eurythmics are a pop rock and new wave English duo formed in London in 1980.

Consisting of members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart, they were both previously in the band The Tourists (originally known as The Catch), who split up in 1980.

Eurythmics went on to release a string of hit singles and albums before they split up in 1990.

Eurythmics Live is a live concert video by the British pop/rock duo Eurythmics, filmed during their Revenge Tour, at Sydney Entertainment Centre, Australia, on 14 February 1987.

The intro and some segments in between songs feature the band filmed in a studio, including Patrick Seymour’s keyboard intro to “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” and Jimmy ‘Z’ Zavala’s harmonica intro to “Missionary Man”.
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