This 1993 documentary looks at the significance of Highway 61, the road that runs south from Bob Dylan’s home
town of Hibbing, Minnesota and inspired one of his greatest albums. Produced by Arena, the acclaimed British company known for its documentaries.
Nirvana played Stabler Arena, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA on November 9, 1993.
Check it out:
Radio Friendly Unit Shifter 0:00:00
Drain you 0:05:17
Serve The Servants 0:12:10
About A Girl 0:15:34
Heart-Shaped Box 0:18:45
Come As You Are 0:28:30
Pennyroyal Tea 0:36:50
Milk It 0:46:50
Rape Me 0:50:41
Territorial Pissings 0:53:27
Smells Like Teen Spirit 0:55:37
All Apologies 1:00:49
Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam 1:05:50
In Bloom 1:10:10
On A Plain 1:14:39
Scentless Apprentice 1:17:50
This footage of Nirvana was shot by Dave Markey (“The Year Punk Broke”) on December 30, 1993.
Watch the group perform The Vaselines’ “Jesus,” David Bowie’s “The Man Who Sold The World” and “All Apologies.” The sound is iffy at times.
Dave Markey writes:
20 years ago tonight (December 30, 1993) I stood on Kurt’s side of the stage at my hometown’s Los Angeles Forum and captured the last set I would see of this band. A band that I had worked with, toured with; people that I would call my friends. A band that both the world and myself really loved (can’t really say this has happened since.) Within just a few short months it would sadly all be over. Sharing a few songs here; a couple covers (Vaselines’ “Jesus” & Bowie’s “Man Who Sold The World”) and All Apologies. I’m glad to have documented this show, as well as their pre-fame fun in 1991.
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