Several years ago Michael Page produced a book about Victor Harbor and its history. The final section was called “Down Every Street” and was an extensive list of street names and a description of the origins of those names. Mr Ken Collins, a long time resident of Victor and one who had spent much time serving the local council spent a long time compiling the list. Since then the town has grown and more streets added but the his work forms the foundation of this .
Down Every Street is packaged in a tri-fold gatefold cardboard sleeve with photos from the tour on the artwork and extensive liner notes (from two sources) on the inside. Given the excellent sound quality and fascinating performances from early on the European tour, it’s a great release worth having.
Down Every Street presents the complete show from an excellent stereo audience DAT recording. It probably sounds more clear on disc than it did live, according to reviews of the night’s show.
So Al conceived a plan to keep his interest in running fresh: He would run down every street, boulevard, avenue, highway and byway in Minneapolis.
“Natural gas is better distributed than any other fuel in the United States. It's down every street and up every alley. There's a pipeline.”
―T. Boone Pickens