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Performer: The Cure
Title: The Cure In Orange
Country: UK
Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave, Synth-pop
Category: Electronic / Rock
Rating: 4.3 ✦
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The Cure in Orange is a concert film by British rock group The Cure. It was filmed at the Théâtre antique d'Orange in the French countryside (Orange, Vaucluse), on 8, 9, and 10 August 1986. Band members Robert Smith (Vocals & guitar), Simon Gallup (Bass guitar), Porl Thompson (Keyboards, guitar and saxophone), Boris Williams (Drums), and Lol Tolhurst (Keyboards) make their way through 23 songs, under the direction of Tim Pope.

The Cure In Orange ‎(VHS, Album, PAL). 4Front Video, Polygram Video. fazendo referência a The Cure In Orange, Laserdisc, PAL, 080 176 1. Outstanding concert before the Cure became Cultstatus. Robert Smith shorthaired and funny.

5 September 2015 ·. i hope we one day will have the entire concert :) video. The Cure - A strange day (Live in Orange '86). Смотреть The Cure - A strange day (Live in Orange '86) онлайн, rock, the cure, готика, концерты, музыка. The Cure filmée par Tim Pope lors du concert du 9 août 1986 dans le Théâtre Antique d'Orange en France.

The Cure in Orange - Студийный альбом от The Cure. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 23 треков. The Cure - Live In Glasgow 1984 part5. The Cure - 24 Piggy In The Mirror . Piggy In The Mirror. The Cure - Dressing Up & Piggy in the Mirror live in Paris, le bataclan 1996.

The Cure concert Tickets, Adverts, Stories, Details and Trivia. AUGUST 1986 The Cure play a string of festivals in Spain and France. The last, on August 9, at the Roman Amphitheatre in Provence, is filmed in it's entirety by Tim Pope, the first rock concert at the venue since Dire Straits two years previous because every concert we do now reaches a point that has seemed unattainable in the past and I wanted it captured for ever, before we move on or give up. I don't think it's a risk working with Pap because he isn't really a director

The Cure in Orange is a concert film by British rock group The Cure. It was filmed at the classic Théâtre antique d'Orange in the French countryside (Orange, Vaucluse), on 9 and 10 August 1986. Band members Robert Smith (Vocals & guitar), Simon Gallup (Bass guitar), Porl Thompson (Keyboards, guitar and saxophone), Boris Williams (Drums), and Lol Tolhurst (Keyboards) make their way through 23 songs.

In 1987, The Cure released a concert film titled In Orange, which documented the band’s performances at Théâtre Antique d’Orange in France in 1986. Update: It’s no longer on YouTube, but you can watch it via DailyMotion. See all three parts below.

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1 Introduction
2 Shake Dog Shake
3 Piggy In The Mirror
4 Play For Today
5 A Strange Day
6 Primary
7 Kyoto Song
8 Charlotte Sometimes
9 In Between Days
10 The Walk
11 A Night Like This
12 Push
13 One Hundred Years
14 A Forest
15 Sinking
16 Close To Me
17 Let's Go To Bed
18 Six Different Ways
19 Three Imaginary Boys
20 Boys Don't Cry
21 Faith
22 Give Me It
23 10.15 Saturday Night
24 Killing An Arab
25 Sweet Talkin' Guy (End Credits)
Performer – The Chiffons

Companies, etc.

  • Filmed At – Orange, Theatre Antique

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
041 554-2 The Cure The Cure In Orange ‎(VHS, PAL) PolyGram Music Video 041 554-2 UK 1987
MTCD 110 2004, MT CD 110 2004 The Cure Wembley Stadium Live ‎(DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC) Silver Music , Music Tape MTCD 110 2004, MT CD 110 2004 Brazil Unknown
041 554 2 The Cure The Cure In Orange ‎(VHS, NTSC) PolyGram Video 041 554 2 Brazil 1987
041 554 The Cure The Cure In Orange ‎(VHS, PAL) PolyGram Video 041 554 Spain 1988
VAL-3871 The Cure The Cure In Orange ‎(Laserdisc, 12", NTSC) VideoArts VAL-3871 Japan 1990