1992 Jamiroquai gig video on YouTube

Added on Saturday 07 June 2014, 05:51 (BST)

Here's an real treat for fans of the band looking for early recordings - a video of over half an hour from a gig 1992 (yes, 22 years ago!) has been uploaded onto YouTube.  The gig was recorded at the Jazz Cafe in Camden Town, London and shows some very recordings of songs we know (Too Young To Die, When You Gonna Learn) and some we don't know.

The video was originally uploaded with some audio sync issues but has been fixed by Zsolt Harvath.  Here's the video description from YouTube...

This has to be the earliest video recording of Jamiroquai with Simon Bartholomew on guitar, Nick Tydeman on bass and PJ Harvey on percussions, before Gavin Dodds, Stu Zender and Maurizio Ravallico would have joined, Nick Van Gelder, Toby Smith and Wallis are already on board. Setlist:

1. Sunshine2. Togetherland3. Too Young To Die4. Jazz Carnival (Azymuth cover)5. When You Gonna Learn

Once again, here's the link to Jamiroquai in concert at the Jazz Cafe in 1992.

Credit: Brent Armstrong

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Very cool footage--couldn't help but notice the words/design on the back of Jay's shirt. "USS Cacapon AO-52" across the top, with some chickens and a motto I can't make out. Maybe it was an ironic thrift store purchase, given that he's singing the anti-war song Too Young to Die while wearing a shirt commemorating a US Navy vessel....

Amazing to finally watch this early footage!

a true treasure!! so awesome to see these " first steps"
would be so funny to have people from that gig joining our forums! WHERE ARE YOU early Jamily? hihi

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