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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Ozzy Osbourne - Postcard from São Paulo

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01 - Intro (Carmina Burana)
02 - I Don't Wanna Stop
03 - Suicide Solution
04 - Mr. Crowley
05 - Not Going Away
06 - War Pigs
07 - Road To Nowhere
Ozzy Osbourne - Live In São Paulo 200808 - Crazy Train
09 - Zakk Wylde Solo
10 - Iron Man
11 - I Don't Know
12 - No More Tears
13 - Here For You
14 - I Don't Wanna Change The World
15 - Mama I'm Coming Home
16 - Paranoid

SOURCESDBSOUND QUALITYAFORMATMp3BITRATE192TRACKS #16
LOCATION / VENUESão PauloDATE05–04–08
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Friday, May 29, 2009

Various Artists - Melody Maker - Five Alive ~ Take Two

MMT2FA - Side A


THE AUTEURS - Junk Shop Clothes (2:45) - Transmitted: January 2 1993

AFGHAN WHIGS - Tonight (4:20) - Transmitted: April 8 1993

Various Artists - Melody Maker - Five Alive ~ Take TwoBLUR-Advert (2:20) - Transmitted: July 3 1993

CREDIT TO THE NATION - Filth (3:30) - Transmitted: May 28, 1993

THE BREEDERS - Hag (2:30) - Transmitted - September 13 1993

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LOCATION / VENUELondonBBC studioDATE1993
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Duran Duran - Live at Personal Fest 2005

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01 - (Reach Up For The) Sunrise
02 - Hungry Like The Wolf
03 - Planet Earth
04 - Union Of The Snake
05 - I Don't Want Your Love
06 - Come Undone
07 - Taste The Summer
08 - The Reflex
Duran Duran - Live Buenos Aires, Personal Fest 200509 - Chains
10 - Ordinary World
11 - Notorious / I Wanna Take You Higher
12 - Girls On Film
13 - Save A Prayer
14 - Nice
15 - Rio
16 - A View To A Kill
17 - Instant Karma
18 - Wild Boys


SOURCESDBSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE192TRACKS #18
LOCATION / VENUEBueno AiresPersonal FestDATE2005
NOTES:I Also re-upped the MTV unplugged show

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Metallica - Wiskey in the Jar

MET004SETLIST

CD1:
Creeping Death
Fuel
Wherever i May Roam
The God that Failed
Kirk - Solo1
The Unforgiven
Battery
Master of Puppets
The Thing that Should Not Be
Kirk - Solo2
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Disposable Heros
CD2:
Leper Messiah
Orion
Damage Inc.
Sad But True
Nothing Else Matters
One
Enter Sandman
Whiskey in the Jar
Seek and Destroy

Metallica - RDS Dublin '06

SOURCEAUDSOUND QUALITYAFORMATMp3BITRATE224TRACKS #21
LOCATION / VENUEDublinDATE2006
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Feeder - Just a Feeling

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On November 25 Feeder played an exclusive live session for Xfm at the Highbury Garage.



Come Back Around
Insomnia
We Can’t Rewind
Just The Way I’m Feeling
Forget About Tomorrow
Helium
Quick Fade
Feeder - Live At The Garage London 2002Summer’s Gone
Child In You
Godzilla
High
Encore
Buck Rogers
Just A Day


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LOCATION / VENUELondonForumDATE25–11–02
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Evanescence - Live in Sydney

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Evanescence concluded the Australian leg of their World tour this past Sunday at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Renowned for their inconsistent live performance, ranging from the breath-taking to the downright disappointing, all those in attendance were consumed by nervous energy. Would the Arkansas group send their legions of black clad fans home happy or show signs of fatigue after a long tour?After the uninspiring lighting effects used thus far I was doubtful Evanescence would be much of a spectacle. However, as the black and white curtain retracted, and the American goth rockers launched into Sweet Sacrifice, I was gladly proved wrong. With glittering blue and pink lighting, accompanied by spot-light and halogen tubes, the show had clearly reached its climax. Paying back the faith shown by their supporters, Evanescence churned through a solid 90 minute set showcasing hits from both, break-through album, Fallen and, sophomore effort, The Open Door. The group started slowly but generated more momentum with every second that passed. By the gig's conclusion, the headliner's were bristling with confidence and laughing in the face of would-be detractors with a stellar performance.Evanescence's Achilles heel was that, despite their best efforts, they simply could not draw a sizeable response from the crowd. Arguably, there was more of an atmosphere in the stands than on the floor, where couples and families were in abundance. What is the appeal of getting crushed and not being able to see if you're 12 years old? I have no idea! Apart from clusters of devil horn hand-gesturing fans, whom the band responded to, the audience was restrained, only singing to the most popular songs and never daring to dance. Admittedly, by all accounts, the other Sydney concert saw a much louder crowd response. Furthermore, Evanescence has continually denied the band promotes a Christian agenda despite, the two founding members, Amy Lee and, ex-guitarist, Ben Moody first meeting on a religious youth camp. All of which begs the question, should Lee really be peddling a satanic symbol during her live act? I highly doubt Lucifer is 'rocking out' to My Immortal in the depths of hell and it is clear some of the group's lyrics allude to biblical teachings. No more devil's horns Amy!Despite the aformentioned blemishes, the surprise of the night were Lee's solo piano pieces, namely Good Enough, during which her voice soared. Famous for hitting the high note, the frontwoman also showed an improved ability to sing deeply. There is little doubt that the group is, now, undisputedly lead by its remaining founding member. Although the charisma of, dread-locked head-banging sensation, Terry Balsamo and, scary eye-liner sporting, John LeCompt was infectious. Other stand-out tracks were the crooning Lithium, during which artificial snow descended from the ceiling, and Bring Me to Life. Draped in a black tank-top and pink frock, Amy concluded the concert with a two song encore, only joined by her jovial band mates for the final minutes of Your Star. Leaving the stage to sporadic chanting, Lee once lamented "So go on and scream, scream at me," however, perhaps it would have proved just the remedy this one night in Sydney. Bring me to life!

Evanescence - Live in Sydney 2007

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Quite possibly the most comprehensive set of Evanescence Bootlegs on the Web... here. Links not tested.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Yeah Yeah Yeah - Los Locos Gringos En Mexico

YYY live - yeah!!!!


Yeah Yeah Yeah - Live in Mexico city 2006

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LOCATION / VENUEMexicoDATE2006
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The Killers: From Vegas to the Vegas of the North!

They came. They played. It rocked! The Killers took to the stage in Blackpool on Friday 8th September 2006 and treated a crowd of 3000 fans to exclusive tracks from their new album, plus some old favourites.

when you were young
somebody told me
sams town
smile like you mean it
bones
jenny was a friend of mine
read my mind
all these things i've done
midnight show
mr. brightside

SOURCEDABSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE?TRACKS #10
LOCATION / VENUEBlackpoolDATE2006
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Salif Keita - Live at Fuse 2006

Salif Keita Recorded Saturday 13 May 2006 at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds.

SALIF001Salif Keita (vocals); Souleymane Doumbia (percussion); Harouna Samake (n'goni); Mamadou Kone (calabash); Diely Moussa Kouyate, Ousmane Kouyate (guitars); Timo Elian N'guessan Zamati, Maria Marolany (backing vocals); Mike Clinton (bass); Ghislain Roger Biwandu (drums); Sekou-Amala Keita (dancer).

01 - Laban (9.14)
02 - Yambo (6.48)
03 - Tassi (5.22)
04 - Koukou (7.07)
05 - M'Bemba (7.51)
06 - Calculer (5.40)
07 - Madan (4.38)

Salif Keita - Live at Fuse 2006

SOURCEFMSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE224?TRACKS #7
LOCATION / VENUELeedsWest Yorkshire PlayhouseDATE13 May 2006
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Monday, May 25, 2009

From Boston, Massachusetts, we are Morphine at your service

Morphine_1Morphine was formed in 1989 by bassist/vocalist Mark Sandman, who had previously played with the bluesy alternative rock band Treat Her Right, and saxophonist Dana Colley, a former member of the local Boston group Three Colors. Sandman and Colley asked drummer Jerome Deupree to join the group and complete the initial lineup.
Sandman's primary instrument was a two-string bass guitar (with both strings usually tuned to the same note) played with a slide (though on the group's records he added touches of guitar, piano, electronic organ and other instruments). Colley played primarily baritone saxophone, along with soprano or tenor saxes, and the rare bass saxophone, and he sometimes played two saxes at once, a la Roland Kirk; he also played occasional percussion, and dobro on a B-side.
Cure for Pain, released in 1993, increased the band's audience outside of New England, and singles like "Thursday" and "Buena" picked up some college radio play. "Sheila" and "In Spite of Me" were prominently featured on the soundtrack of the 1994 film Spanking the Monkey. The music video for "Buena" was featured in a 1999 episode ("Boca") of the hit HBO television series The Sopranos, a first for the television series. "Have a Lucky Day" was featured in the 1997 film "Nothing to Lose."
The band toured extensively in support of the album in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia, bringing an international audience to their next Ryko release in 1995, Yes.


This recording is a 3 track extract from their Transmusicale de Rennes concert. The master is a promo tape called Morphine Trans' live 93 issued with an issue the French NME: rock and folk. 1500 copies were printed. The original show was taped for France Inter Bernard Lenoir radio show. If I am not wrong it was broadcasted on this show around Xmast 2003. You can all cry out loud that it is too short but it is great music!!


Morphine Trans' live 93

SOURCESDBSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATFLACBITRATELevel 6TRACKS #3
LOCATION / VENUERennesTransmusicalesDATE1993
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Peter Tosh - 1979

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Peter Tosh - Boulder 1979

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LOCATION / VENUEBoulder, CoGlen Miller ClubDATE02/13/79
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Black Sabbath - Megalomaniac Architect

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1.  Intro:Superzar / Killing Yourself To Live
2.  Hole In The Sky
3.  Snowblind
4. Symptom Of The Universe
Black Sabbath - Megalomaniac Architect - London - Jan 13, 19765.  War Pigs
6.  Ozzy Talking
7.  Megalomania


1. Sabbra Cadabra /Jam
2.  Supernaut
3.  Iron Man 4-. lommi Talking
5. Black Sabbath
6. Spiral Architect
7. Children Ol The Crave
8. Paranoid


SOURCEAUDSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATEVBR 224 – 320TRACKS #15
LOCATION / VENUELondonHammersmith OdeonDATE01/13/76
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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Oasis - MTV Unplugged

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After the huge Knebworth gigs Mowed by tte shows in OK on the 15th August 1996, the band, under the tightest security, went into rehearsals for a special MTV unplugged show.
During that week, Noel and Liam came to blows, and the result was the singer refusing to take part in the show at Lordon Royal Festival Hall
On the Thursday, Noel rehearsed the band and sang all the songs himsef. Liam sat in the front row, a pint of Gunness in hand, mock applauding and making venous loud comments. He did leap up on-stage to sing 'Bound Are way', but that was all. Noel studiously avoided him.
The next night, after keeping the audience waiting outside for at least an hour and a half, the doors finally opened and the crowd were seated. Oasis, minus Liam walked on-stage, Noel briefly explaining that his brotiter had'a sore throat'. In the boxes to his rigrtt, Liam watched as Noel led the band through a selection of songs, including a welcome airing of 'Listen Up', that Noel introduced, as a brand new song.
At the end, with the crowd asked for more, Liam descended from the box, walked across the stage toward the dressing room. The wad from the aggrieved MTV was that the show was to be broadcast in Europe but that American transmission looked doubtful.
On 27 August, the band arrived at heathrow airport to set out once more for a three-week American tour. Ten minutes before they were due to fly, Liam sudderry ordered his bags to be taken off the plane and, as the band took off without him. He explained to reporters that he needed to sort out his housing arrangements, and then headed back home to St. John's Wood.


01. 3:37 Hello
02. 5:22 Some Might Say
03. 4:21 Live Forever
04. 5:08 The Masterplan
Oasis - MTV unplugged05. 5:22 Don't Look Back In Anger
06. 4:16 Talk Tonight
07. 3:37 Morning Glory
08. 5:16 Round 'Are Way
09. 4:43 Cast No Shadow
10. 4:11 Wonderwall



SOURCETVBSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE320TRACKS #12
LOCATION / VENUELondonRoyal Albert HallDATE23–08–96
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Frank Sinatra - the last Performance

12111030fgv_bigStill touring, despite various health problems, Sinatra would remain a top concert attraction on a global scale during the first half of the 1990s. At times, his memory seemed to fail him but this was something that was exaggerated by the tabloids, whilst a fall on stage in 1994 was a bad sign and an indication that the end may well be near.
Sinatra had long been popular in the far east, and although it may not have been planned to be so, his final public concerts were held in Japan's Fukuoka Dome in front of 96,000 fans in 1994. The following year, on February 25, 1995, at a private party for 1,200 select guests on the closing night of the Frank Sinatra Desert Classic golf tournament, Sinatra would sing before a live audience for the very last time. Esquire Magazine would report of the show that Sinatra was "clear, tough, on the money" and "in absolute control." His closing song was The Best is Yet to Come.

1 Introduction by Tom Dresen
2 I've Got The World On A String
Frank Sinatra - 1995-02-25 - The Last Performance3 You Make Me Feel So Young
4 Fly Me To The Moon
5 Where Or When
6 My Kind Of Town
7 The Best Is Yet To Come

SOURCEAUDSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE224TRACKS #7
LOCATION / VENUEPalm DesertFrank Sinatra Golf Tournament DATEFebruary 25, 1995
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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

The Prodigy - Swindon is on fire

Prodigy live in Swindon


The return of the Essex firestarters is one of 2009's biggest music stories. A late addition to the bill, we couldn't have hoped for a more explosive end to this year's Big Weekend. Full-on rave hysteria and nothing less.


01. World's On Fire
02. Breathe
03. Omen
04. Warriors Dance
05. Firestarter
the Prodigy - Swindon - Radio 1 Big weekend  Sun 10-05-0906. Run With The Wolves
07. Voodoo People
08. Omen Reprise
09. Invaders Must Die
10. Diesel Power
11. Smack My ***** Up
12. Take Me To The Hospital
13. Out of Space

SOURCEDABSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE256TRACKS #13
LOCATION / VENUESwindonLydiard ParkDATE10–05–2009
NOTES: Reposted Poland 2006 show

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Van Morrison - Keep It Live !!!

The Grammy Award-winning Irish singer, songwriter, author, poet and multi-instrumentalist, has been a professional musician since the late 1950s. He is now considered to be one of the most unusual and influential vocalists in the history of rock and roll; Bob Geldof called him “the one true genius in Irish music”.
Van Morrison rose to prominence as leader of the band Them, who had the 1964 hit 'Gloria'. Later turning solo, his highly successful career has included the classic album 'Astral Weeks', which is often featured in lists of the best albums of all time, and the singles 'Moondance', 'Brown Eyed Girl', 'Domino' and 'Wild Night'.
March 2008 sees the release of Van Morrison's latest studio album 'Keep It Simple'. Speaking about the title track from the album, Morrison says: “It’s just a song about how everything’s gotten now so complex and how things have become so complicated and nothing’s easy to do anymore.”

SETLIST:

Have I Told You Lately - Magic Time - Playhouse - One Irish Rover - Precious Time - Poor Boy - Song of Home - Keep It Simple - Soul Don't Go To Nightclubs Anymore - End of the Land - Behind The Ritual


Van Morrison - Live At London Bbc's Radio Theatre 2008


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LOCATION / VENUELondon BBC Theatre DATE2008
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Top Concert with good balance of oldies and newbies.

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the Rolling Stones - Back Strap Jacket

Back strap jacket - box (4)The tour was not associated with any album's release. The original intent was to play Australia and New Zealand, which had not seen the Stones since February and March 1966, as well as Japan, which had never seen the Stones at all.
However, the Stones' infamous 1972 American S.T.P. Tour had drawn worldwide press for its combustive mixture of group decadence and fan riots set amidst jet set hangers-on. This caused the Stones some serious drama for their Pacific visits, in that visas and work permits might be hard to get. Accordingly, the Stones scheduled some shows in Hawaii first, as a fallback in case they could not get into certain countries. Hawaiian fans camped out on Christmas night 1972 in order to buy tickets.
Stones fears were confirmed when on 4 January 1973 Australia's Immigration Ministry let it be known that one of the Stones, unnamed, was banned from entering the country. On 8 January the Japanese Foreign Ministry said Mick Jagger would not be allowed into their country due to his prior drugs convictions.
On 9 January the Australians relented and said the Stones could enter. But first, the Stones announced an 18 January benefit concert at the Los Angeles Forum for victims of the recent 23 December 1972 earthquake in Nicaragua (Bianca Jagger's home country). This event was opened by Santana and Cheech & Chong, and served as the warm-up concert for the Pacific Tour. It raised more than �?00,000 in relief funds.
Next the Stones started the tour proper with the three shows over 21 January and 22 January in Hawaii, at the Honolulu International Center. These were Mick Taylor's last shows ever in the United States. Next up on the schedule were a number of shows at the Budokan in Tokyo, running from 28 January to 1 February, for which 55,000 tickets had already been sold. But on 27 January, Japanese officials made a final confirmation of their decision to not let the Stones land; the shows were scrapped and the concert promoter had to refund all the tickets.
Thus the first leg of the tour came to a close. Some sources state that a 5 February show in Hong Kong's Football Club Stadium was played, but this never took place.
In any event the tour started up again for its second leg on 11 February with a single show in New Zealand, at Auckland's Western Springs Stadium. 14 February saw the first show in Australia, with Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Sydney being visited in turn, the last show being 27 February at Sydney's Royal Randwick Racecourse.
Australian fears may have been a little validated when the 21 February show at Adelaide's Memorial Drive Park found 5,000 Stones fans clashing with the local police, and 21 arrests were made. However, three days later high-profile Labor Party Immigration Minister Al Grassby said: "The Stones are an excellent example to Australian youth. I told them I was putting my faith in them and hoped they would do the right thing. I have no regrets that I let them in — yes, I went out on a limb to give them visas — to give a man a bad name and hang him is immoral and un-Australian."


West Australian Cricket Ground Perth

Royal Randswick Racecourse Sydney

01 Brown Sugar
02 Bitch
03 Rocks Off
04 Gimme Shelter
05 Happy
06 Tumblin Dice
07 Love In Vain
08 Sweet Virginia
09 You Can't Always Get What You Want
10 Honky Tonk Woman
11 All Down The Line
12 Midnight Rambler
13 Band Intro Happy Birthday Nicky
14 Little Queenie
15 Rip This Joint

01 Brown Sugar
02 Bitch
03 Rocks Off
04 Gimme Shelter
05 Happy
06 Tumblin Dice
07 Love In Vain
08 Sweet Virginia
09 You Can't Always Get What You Want
10 Honky Tonk Woman
11 All Down The Line
12 Midnight Rambler
13 Band Intro

Rolling stones - Australia tour 1973

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Tribal Tech - Turbo Driven Fusion

Tribalmilan1995After twelve years of working together and eight critically acclaimed albums, Scott Henderson and Gary Willis of Tribal Tech, have proven they are visionary composers, as well as world class players. In recent years, Henderson has been named the #1 Jazz Guitarist, by both Guitar World and Guitar Player's Annual Reader's Polls. Bass Player magazine referred to Willis as "one of the most vital bass voices of the 90's", while Guitar Player's Annual Reader's Poll has listed Willis among the top three bassist in the Jazz Bass category for the last two years in a row. While they've always had the following of loyal jazzers, the band has steadily attracted the attention of rock and rollers, as well, seducing them with their sometimes big, dark wall of sound and their bad boy attitude toward "happy jazz". Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith says that Tribal Tech "kicks ass!". Packed houses in the U.S., Europe and South America show he is obviously not the only one who thinks this. Rounding out the dynamic foursome is the awesomely talented, turbo-driven Kirk Covington on drums and the improvisationally-gifted Scott Kinsey on keyboards. The coming together of such talented players could only result in the creation of a band like Tribal Tech. A band that grabs you by the throat and won't let go until they've shaken you out of your musical complacency with a roar of energy.


CD1

CD2

01 - Boat Gig
02 - After Hours
03 - Susie's Dingsbums
04 - Canine
05 - Drum Solo - Premonition (part I)
06 - Bass Solo - Premonition (part II)
07 - Big Fun
08 - Face First

01 - The Big Wave
02 - Nite Club
03 - Worlds Waiting
04 - Speak
05 - Stella By Starlight
06 - Stella By Infra Red High Particle Neutron Beam
07 - Smelly Ol' Dog Blues
08 - Hound Dog

Tribal Tech - Milano Italy 1995

TRIBAL TECH DISCOGRAPHY
Spears - Passport 1985 - Dr. Hee - Passport 1987 - Nomad - Relativity 1990 - Tribal Tech - Relativity 1991 - Illicit - Bluemoon 1992 - Face First - Bluemoon 1993 - Reality Check - Bluemoon 1995 - Thick - ... 1999 - Rocket Science (2000)

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LOCATION / VENUEMilanoDATE19-03-95
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Monday, May 18, 2009

Paul McCartney - Let it be Liverpool

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01 We Got Married
02 Can't Buy Me Love
03 Put It There
04 Things We Said Today
05 Eleanor Rigby
Paul McCartney  - 1990-6-28 Kings Dock, Liverpool06 Back In The U.S.S.R.
07 I Saw Her Standing There
08 Coming Up
09 Let It Be
10 Strawberry Fields Forever / Help! / Give Peace A Chance
11 Get Back
12 Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

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LOCATION / VENUELiverpoolKings DockDATE1990-06-28
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Queen - Live at the Hammersmith Odeon

Queen - Concert For Kampuchea (Front)


01 Intro
02 Jailhouse Rock
03 We Will Rock You (fast)
04 Let Me Entertain You
05 Somebody To Love
06 If You Can't Beat Them
07 Mustapha
08 Death On Two Legs
09 Killer Queen
10 I'm In Love With My Car
11 Get Down Make Love
12 You're My Best Friend
13 Save Me
14 Now I'm Here
15 Don't Stop Me Now

16 Spread Your Wings
17 Love Of My Life
18 '39
19 Keep Yourself Alive
Drum Solo
20 Guitar Solo (inc. Silent Night)
21 Brighton Rock..reprise
22 Crazy Little Thing Called Love
23 Crazy Little Thing Called Love (sung by the audience)
24 Bohemian Rhapsody
25 Tie Your Mother Down
26 Sheer Heart Attack
27 We Will Rock You
28 We Are The Champions
29 God Save The Queen
 

Queen - Hammersmith Odeon 1979

SOURCEAUDSOUND QUALITYA+ FORMATMp3 BITRATE128 TRACKS #29 
LOCATION / VENUELondon Hammersmith Odeon DATE26/12/1979
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A complete show in an excellent quality. again a classic Queen show. Rare performance of Silent Night (as part of the Guitar Solo).

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Metallica - Live in Argentina

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- Ecstacy of Gold
- Enter Sandman
- Creeping Death
- Harvester of Sorrow
- Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
- Sad But True
- Of Wolf And Man
- The Unforgiven
- Justice Medley
- The Four Horsemen
Metallica - Live in Argentina 1993- For Whom the Bell Tolls
- Fade to Black
- Master of Puppets
- Seek & Destroy
- Whiplash
- Nothing Else Matters
- Wherever I May Roam
- Last Caress
- One
- Are You Gonna Go My Way? (jam)
- So What!
- Stone Cold Crazy

SOURCESDBSOUND QUALITYA+ FORMATMp3 BITRATE192 TRACKS #19 
LOCATION / VENUEBuenos Aires Velez Sarsfield Stadium DATE8 May, 1993
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Metallica played two gigs in Buenos Aires at the end of their Nothing else to roam - Australia-Asia tour leg. This is the last night show…

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Led Zeppelin - the Song will always remain the same

For two hours and 10 minutes, legendary Updated4British rock band Led Zeppelin had the privileged fans accommodated by London's O2 Arena ecstatic listening to 16 of its greatest hits. It was something not seen for almost 20 years.
The evening was to honour the late Atlantic Records founder and producer Ahmet Ertegun, and the band's devoted throng - many of whom had paid thousands of dollars and flown thousands of miles to see them - could not have been happier.
The Led Zeppelin part of the show began right on time with a giant screen showing clips from US television when Led Zeppelin first toured the States.
Original members Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant blasted onto the stage with drummer Jason Bonham taking the place of his father, John Bonham, who died in 1980. The stage was brilliant and the lighting looked great, with an excellent video display offering multiple images behind the live players.
Page, 63, is stout these days, with puffy features and frizzled hair, but his fingers move just as quick. Plant, 59, whose visage is more familiar with all the publicity he's been doing for his hit album Raising Sand with Alison Krauss, appeared like a well-fed Anglo Wild Bill Hickok, commanding the stage and still finding those elusive trills.
Jones, 61, was clean cut, all business on keyboards or bass, and Bonham at the drums looked beefy but fit.
They began with a brisk version of Good Times, Bad Times, with Page's guitar crisp and clear but Plant's voice cramped by feedback. When Ramble On followed, Plant's microphone was working better and he sounded in good voice, growling and snapping just like he used to.
Page swung into Black Dog, with Plant teasing the crowd while the guitarist chopped left and right with industrial power. Classic blues chords summoned a long, dynamic delivery of In My Time of Dying, and the years started falling away.
Plant spoke of the "thousands and thousands of emotions that we've been going through for the last six weeks ... and to be here tonight for Ahmet and with Jason here."
He said, "This is our first adventure with this song," and the band played For Your Life, from its seventh studio album Presence. It was the first time the song had been played live.
Plant then did something the band didn't always do: He paid tribute to Robert Johnson and his song Terraplane Blues ahead of a lively encounter with Trampled Under Foot from 1975's Physical Graffiti.
The Staple Singers, the Blind Boys of Alabama and Blind Willie Johnson were name-checked by Plant as he introduced the latter's Nobody's Fault but Mine, also from Presence.
No Quarter, from the band's fifth album The Song Remains the Same, which was always at the heart of their concerts back in the day, allowed plenty of time for rumination on strings by lead Page with Jones on keyboards and Plant finding the glittering high notes of old. Since I've Been Loving You followed.
Plant said, "It's peculiar to think of creating a dynamic evening and choosing songs from 10 albums, but there are certain songs that have to be here, and this is one of them."
Dazed and Confused then promptly ruled as Page used a violin bow on his guitar to erect a cathedral of dissonance while the crowd roared its approval. Another required number was Stairway to Heaven, which Page performed on a double-necked instrument as Plant's surprisingly still-supple voice glided on the legendary hit.
The Song Remains the Same kept the crowd joyous, and Plant then tipped his hat to Bonham for stepping into his father's shoes, leading into Misty Mountain Hop.
Thanking all the people who had come from more than 50 countries, Plant declared, "This is the 51st country" and commenced Kashmir, which was the song most Led Zeppelin fans said they wanted to hear in a music magazine poll.
It left the singer in tears and the audience, which had been long on its feet, hollering for more.
Back onstage, the encore inevitably took the form of Whole Lotta Love. At the end, Plant saluted Ertegun and Atlantic Records and said good night. It looked like it was all over, but then, Led Zeppelin burst back for a resounding version of Rock and Roll, leaving the packed house celebrating the extraordinarily good fortune that allowed them to witness it.
All them good times, yeah, you can say that again.


SETLIST

Good Times Bad Times
Ramble On
Black Dog
In My Time Of Dying
For Your Life
Trampled Underfoot
Nobody's Fault
No Quarter
Led Zeppelin - O2 2007Since I've Been Loving You
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
Song Remains The Same
Misty Mountain Hop
Kashmir
Whole Lotta Love
Rock N Roll


SOURCEAUDSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMp3BITRATE128TRACKS #16
LOCATION / VENUELondonO2 ArenaDATE10–12–07

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Miles Davis - Another bitches brew

MDanotherbitchesBelgrade, November 3, 1971: This is a bootleg with legs, being the rare and mostly well-recorded snapshot of Miles’ late 1970-1971 band, near the end of its life. It was the last band sans guitars Miles ever put together. This music is built from the ground up, and Michael Henderson held the keystone. (Try playing the bass line to “Yesternow” or “Honky Tonk” without losing your place or speeding up, and you may begin to appreciate Henderson on a new level.) By this concert, he’d dropped the Holland emulations and gotten back to his rock-solid rhythms, but he was not yet a player to look to for keeping things interesting and evolving, except perhaps by accident. Keith Jarrett, holding down two keyboards, ably takes on the mid-ground role of colorist. With so much space in the music and no guitars to fill it, it’s a big job. His organ playing here is subtle; so much so the CD producers list only electric piano. (Jarrett’s tenure lasted just a week or two past this concert.) Gary Bartz doesn’t get a chance to add much to his resume here, which is a shame (Miles’ post-1970 concept tended to treat saxophonists as an optional feature—in for a solo, then out again, never initiating a change in direction, always following Miles). The two-percussionist plus drummer setup—Leon Chancler, Mtume, and Don Alias—works well enough, but without guitar the rhythm sounds thin and at times a bit tenuous. The recording balance doesn’t help, being somewhat light on the bottom end (the engineers no doubt thought they were mic’ing and mixing a “jazz” gig—but the mix is clear as a bell).
The set is marked by tense, drawn-out transitions between themes. “Directions” floats in on a rocket before dropping into half-time at 3:27; the transition into “Honky Tonk” begins at 10:25 and stretches over two minutes, with Jarrett and Henderson musically arguing over where the music will go. Once it gets rolling, Jarrett builds some new modalities and nervous rhythm under the sax and trumpet solos, adding unexpected but just-right pokes and prods, then shouting out his own gospelly funk. For a wailing Bartz, he’s down home; under Miles, he goes off into exotic territory. One doesn’t usually think of Jarrett as having an accompanist’s nature, but here’s the evidence. In between the solos, Jarrett gets his groove on. Miles%20DavisAt 23:44 Miles ushers in that stuttering, march-like bit which, after nearly four minutes of neither-here-nor-there-ness, begins to take form as a hard-driving “What I Say”. Too fast to funk hard, as the Live-Evil version does, the whole thing gets so frenetic it’s kind of silly. Jarrett’s post-bop arabesques fit the music a little better than the sax wails. The tempo turns fluid, halving and doubling ambiguously, before a conga duo takes center stage, backed by Chancler’s discreet hi-hat locomotion. This two-percussionist band with Mtume and Don Alias, with five or six congas onstage, is among the least-documented of Miles’ multitudinous incarnations. It’s gratifying to hear them take the spotlight in tandem so winningly. “Sanctuary” receives an atmospheric theme statement, before Miles screams a few times, turning up the juice.
At 55:17 Miles plays the “Honky Tonk” cue again, but Henderson goes into “Yesternow”. There’s a hole at around 60 minutes where Miles pops in a startlingly atypical muted sound, a lone bugler lost in acres of no-man’s-land. Moments later, Bartz stages a break-out by adding some through-the-horn vocalisms, but reins himself in after just a few spooky whoops. (Miles never seemed to care for anything too self-consciously “weird”.) At that moment, there’s an abrupt fadeout, just as things are getting really interesting. Leaving one lost in speculation as to whether a second set from this remarkable night exists on tape.
Miles%20Davis002Belgrade, November 3, 1973: Miles opens the ‘73 Belgrade set with a freaky-deaky phrase scarred by distortion—a herald of the lousy engineering that tarnishes the concert. Neither the horns nor the guitars sound very settled in the mix. For a good long while, there seems to be a didgeridoo player hooting whenever Miles takes a solo—it’s a feedback gremlin. At 18:24 (frustratingly, no index numbers are employed on either Belgrade disk) the leader cuts the band out, unleashes one of those avalanches of plunging notes (accompanied by the feedback) and the music opens up and out. Mtume gets a good feature on congas at this point before a solo from Cosey, then Miles, and Foster kicks up his ride cymbal again. They subside, and again Mtume comes into the foreground, with Liebman tootling a tentative flute. When the band finally starts cooking on “Calypso Frelimo”, the guitars again come out overripe and punishing. If you can get beyond that, Miles gets worked up into an outstanding solo, and at 31:44 does a duck-and-weave with the “Calypso” theme, shadowed by Liebman, now on soprano sax. At about 40 minutes, Cosey dances in, sounding for all the world like Prime Time-era Bern Nix. (Ornette’s bands were always naturally jangly.) A few minutes later, after some haunting conga vocalizations, the ordeal is over.It’s a jangly time overall, mostly due to the engineer’s, shall we say, choices. Twenty-first century Miles scholarship posits that very few engineers or producers of that day, including Teo Macero, really knew how to mix this music, a problem compounded by the limitations of the live setting. Even the 1973 Montreux sets suffer many of the same ills: Mic’ed and mixed as a “jazz” set, the mix doesn’t put forth the essential tidal waves of bass, drums, and guitar. Miles’ own Nagra portable recorder was responsible for capturing the superior board mix on Another Unity (see below). Miles%20Davis003As Chris Murphy relates in his road memoir, Miles To Go, the two-track Nagra had a direct feed from the hall engineer’s mixing console. For the European concerts, the documents we have are most likely the result of broadcast tapes. Whoever was at the board in Belgrade ‘73 does a spiffy job bringing the guitars front and center, at the expense of the horns; and, as too often happens, the lower-frequency range is threadbare. Liebman’s flute passages sound thin and unsupported, his opening sax bit distorted and ugly. The more exciting experiments come from Cosey and/or Lucas, both still working out their guitar sounds, tunings, and effects. During the opening minutes, one of them (probably Cosey) takes off on a solo with a sound so close to Miles’ amplified trumpet sound, the ear is fooled. (Cosey’s range of experimentation is truly astounding, his ideas never-ending, and his success rate astonishingly high. He brought numerous guitars onstage with him along with his own tuning systems. On a 1973 Vienna concert, he can be seen for much of the set working a mutant twelve-string which has the doubling strings tuned in thirds.)

CD1: Belgrade, November 3, 1971

CD2: Belgrade, November 3, 1973

Miles Davis (tp); Gary Bartz(as, ss); Keith Jarrett (el-p); Michael Henderson(b); Ndugu Leon Chancler (d); James Mtume Foreman,
Charles Don Alias
(cga, perc)

Miles Davis (tp, org); Dave
Liebmann
(ss, ts, fl); Reginald Lucas, Pete Cosey(el-g); Michael Henderson (b); Al Foster
(d); James Mtume Foreman (cga, perc)

1. Directions
2. Honky Tonk
3. What I Say
4. Sanctuary
5. It's About That Time
6. Yesternow

1. Turnaroundphrase
2. Tune in 5
3. Turnaroundphrase
4. Calypso Frelimo
5. Tune in 5



Miles Davis - Another bitches brew
SOURCESDBSOUND QUALITYA+FORMATMP3BITRATE320TRACKS #6/5
LOCATION / VENUEBelgradeDATE71 / 73
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