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1. Once Upon a Time in the West (Live)
2. Industrial Disease (Live)
3. Expresso Love (Live)
4. Romeo and Juliet (Live)
5. Love Over Gold (Live)
6. Private Investigations (Live)
7. Sultans of Swing (Live)
8. Twisting By the Pool (Live)
9. Two Young Lovers (Live)
10. Portobello Belle (Live)
11. Tunnel of Love (Live)
12. Solid Rock (Live)
13. Telegraph Road (Live)
14. Going Home (Theme from Local Hero) [Live]
15. Calling Elvis (Live)
16. Walk of Life (Live)
17. Heavy Fuel (Live)
18. Romeo and Juliet (Live)
19. Private Investigations (Live)
20. Sultans of Swing (Live) ^1
21. Fade to Black (Live) ^1
22. Your Latest Trick (Live) ^1
23. When It Comes to You (Live) ^1
24. I Think I Love You Too Much (Live) ^1
25. You and Your Friend (Live) ^1
26. On Every Street (Live) ^1
27. Two Young Lovers (Live) ^1
28. Tunnel of Love (Live) ^1
29. Telegraph Road (Live) ^1
30. Money for Nothing (Live) ^1
31. Brothers in Arms (Live) ^1
32. Your Latest Trick (Live) ^1
33. The Bug (Live) ^1
34. Solid Rock (Live) ^1
35. Local Hero / Wild Theme (Live) ^1
36. Down to the Waterline (Live 1978) ^1
37. Six Blade Knife (Live 1978) ^1
38. Water of Love (Live 1978) ^1
39. Wild West End (Live 1978) ^1
40. Sultans of Swing (Live 1978) ^1
41. Lions (Live 1978) ^1
42. What's the Matter Baby (Live 1978) ^1
43. Tunnel of Love (Intro: The Carousel Waltz) [Live 1981] ^1
44. Down to the Waterline (Live) ^1
45. Six Blade Knife (Live) ^1
46. Once Upon a Time in the West (Live) ^1
47. Lady Writer (Live) ^2
48. Lions (Live) ^2
49. Sultans of Swing (Live) ^2
50. Les Boys (Live) ^2
51. Portobello Belle (Live) ^2
52. News (Live) ^2
53. What's the Matter Baby (Live) ^2
54. Setting Me Up (Live) ^2
55. In the Gallery (Live) ^2
56. Solid Rock (Live) ^2
57. Southbound Again (Live) ^2
58. Where Do You Think You're Going? (Live) ^2
59. Wild West End (Live) ^2
60. Twisting By the Pool (Live) ^2
61. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Feat. Phil Lynott) [Live] ^2
62. That's Alright Mama (Feat. Phil Lynott) [Live] ^2
63. Nadine (With Phil Lynott) [Live] ^2
64. Keep on Knocking (With Phil Lynott) [Live]

More Info:

New live album compilation from Dire Straits in a limited edition 12LP box set. The box set features:

Newly remastered versions of "Alchemy" and "On the Night", titles presently out of stock on vinyl. It should be noted that "Alchemy" was last pressed in the mid-80s, while "On the Night" was last available in its original 1993 release.

An expanded version of "Alchemy" featuring the pre-existing digital/CD tracklist, now including "Love Over Gold" along with extended editions of "Telegraph Road," "Solid Rock," and "Going Home." Moreover, it presents the full performance of "Portobello Belle," a segment of which appeared on the 1998 "Money for Nothing" compilation, in addition to previously unreleased tracks from the performance - "Industrial Disease" and "Twisting by the Pool."

An expanded edition of "On the Night", revealing previously unreleased tracks performed during the tour, sourced from multi-track recordings from shows in Nimes, Rotterdam, and Paris, featuring songs like "Tunnel of Love," "Telegraph Road," "Sultans of Swing," "Two Young Lovers," "When It Comes to You," and "I Think I Love You Too Much."

The EP "Encores," remastered for Black Friday 2021.

The licensed 1995 collection, "Live at the BBC".

The unreleased "Dire Straits Live from the Rainbow Theatre" show from 1979, mixed by Guy Fletcher, highlighting guest performances by Phil Lynott and Tony de Meur in the final four tracks of the set.

A brand new booklet with an insightful essay by journalist Paul Sexton, titled "Making Milestones: The Momentous Road Years of Dire Straits."

DIRE STRAITS / LIVE 1978-1992