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Cold Chisel Play Rarity At Barking Spiders Show

by Paul Cashmere on February 28, 2018

in News

Cold Chisel performed a song at their Barking Spiders show in Sydney on Wednesday night few Chisel fans would be aware of.

‘A Better Time, A Better Place’ opened the second encore at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney.

‘A Better Time, A Better Place’ was recorded for but no used on the 1998 album ‘The Last Wave Of Summer’. While the song didn’t make the final cut of the album it did make the b-side of the second single from the album ‘Water Into Wine’. It was also included on the 2011 rarities record ‘Besides’.

The Barking Spiders Live show at Sydney’s Enmore was a warm-up show for the Adelaide 500 performance this Friday.

The Barking Spiders name was a reference to the 1984 live album sourced from the final Chisel shows at the Sydney Entertainment Centre the previous year.

Cold Chisel setlist, Sydney, 28 February 2018

Letter To Alan (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Standing On The Outside (from East, 1980)
Home and Broken Hearted (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Tomorrow (from East, 1980)
Rising Sun (from East, 1980)
My Baby (from East, 1980)
All For You (from No Plans, 2012)
No Plans (from No Plans, 2012)
HQ 454 Monroe (from No Plans, 2012)
Four Walls (from East, 1980)
Saturday Night (from Twentieth Century, 1984)
Wild Colonial Boy (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Pretty Little Thing (from The Last Wave Of Summer, 1998)
Shipping Steel (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)
You Got Nothing I Want (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Merry Go Round (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)

Taipan (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Flame Trees (from Twentieth Century, 1984)
Khe Sanh (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Bow River (from Circus Animals, 1982)

A Better Time (b-side of Water Into Wine, 1998)
Its Only Make Believe (Conway Twitty cover)
The Perfect Crime (from The Perfect Crime, 2015)
Goodbye Astrid Goodbye (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)

When The War Is Over (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Breakfast At Sweethearts (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)
Choir Girl (from East, 1980)
Cheap Wine (from East, 1980)
Don’t Let Go (from Swingshift, 1981)

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