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SAVOY BROWN – SEATTLE 1972

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SAVOY BROWN
Seattle 1972 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Paramount Northwest Theater, Seattle, WA; March 10, 1972. Very good FM broadcast.

Part of the late 1960s blues rock movement, the British Savoy Brown primarily achieved success in the United States, where they promoted their albums with non-stop touring. When Fleetwood Mac played in Seattle on March 10, 1972, the other acts on the billboard were Long John Baldry and Savoy Brown. Take this as a companion to the Fleetwood Mac show.

This radio recording was made about a month after the release of Hellbound Train, an album that got to the US Top 40 chart.

Thanks to AtticRock for sharing the tracks on the net.

Track 01. Going Down 6:16
Track 02. Let It Rock 6:05
Track 03. Hellbound Train 10:46
Track 04. Tell Mama 9:16
Track 05. All I Can Do 13:15
Track 06. Shake It Baby (Hip Shake) 12:39
Track 07. Wang Dang Doodle 7:50
67 mins

Lineup (this was the 9th incarnation of Savoy Brown):
Kim Simmonds – lead guitar
Paul Raymond –  keyboards, guitar
Andy Sylvester – bass
Dave Bidwell – drums
Dave Walker – vocals

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FLEETWOOD MAC – SEATTLE 1972

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 1 April 2015 at

FLEETWOOD MAC
Seattle 1972 [A Doinker Tape, 1CD]
Live at the Paramount Northwest Theater, Seattle, WA; March 10, 1972. Very good soundboard.

Here is Fleetwood Mac after Peter Green left but before the addition of Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham. Or, as some say, before they went “pop”.

Thanks to Doinker for the original prep and seeding; and to glasnostrd19 for keeping the show alive at Dime.

Doinker noted: “Other than baking, no manipulations performed. It’s raw as I have it!”

glasnostrd19 added: “A Doinker Shake ‘N’ Bake Special Production. Cooked up just for you in his kitchen! Even 43 years ago, this is still back to the future Mac for me.”

Artwork posted at rockrarecollectionfetish – Thanks!

Lineage:
MR Scotch 203 3.75ips > Baking > Sound Forge 24 bit 48Khz > Downsampling and bit depth conversion (16 bit 44.1Khz) > track splitup > Flac

Track 01. Tuning and Intro 1:23
Track 02. Tell Me All The Things You Do 5:23
Track 03. Future Games 11:02
Track 04. Get Like You Used To Be 4:24
Track 05. Child Of Mine * 7:23
Track 06. Spare Me A Little Of Your Love * 4:37
Track 07. Homeward Bound * 5:14
Track 08. Black Magic Woman 11:21
Track 09. Oh Well 3:07
54 mins

* Tracks from the 1972 Bare Trees album.

Lineup:
Bob Welch – guitar and vocals
Danny Kirwin – vocals and guitar
Christine McVie – keyboards and vocals
John McVie – bass
Mick Fleetwood – drums

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ONCE YOU ACCEPT FILE-SHARING IS HERE TO STAY, YOU CAN FOCUS ON ALL THE POSITIVE THINGS

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 1 April 2015 at

File-sharing was already rampant when Pirate Party’s Rick Falkvinge was growing up in Sweden. They had Sneakernet, which was quite comparable in sharing efficiency – not just over large distances.

People started sharing files with each other – text, games, music – as soon as there was a storage medium you could copy.

Originally, this meant the compact cassette which was used for music and programs for the first home computers. Cassette decks at the time had a convenient copy mechanism where you’d insert an original in one slot, a blank tape in another slot, and press a prominent “copy” button to get an analog replica – not perfect, if it was music, but if it was a digital computer file, it would be readable and usable. The one-push copy was even a sales point.

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STRANGE CONVERGENCE

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By Robert Meeropol

If Billie Holiday and Ethel Rosenberg were alive, they’d both celebrate their 100th birthdays this year. At first glance they may seem an unlikely couple, but a closer look reveals surprising parallels.

They were each born into poverty six months and a hundred miles apart. Billie in April 1915 in Philadelphia, and Ethel in September in lower Manhattan. Both had extraordinary singing voices, although Billie’s vocal genius eclipsed Ethel’s. Still, Ethel’s teachers considered her voice so special that they called her out of class to sing the national anthem at assemblies.

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MORRISSEY – PARIS 2014

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MORRISSEY
Paris 2014 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Le Grand Rex, Paris, France; October 27, 2014. Excellent satellite broadcast.

In July 2014, Morrissey released his 10th studio album, World Peace Is None Of Your Business. Prior to its release, he embarked on an US tour in May and June. Morrissey was hospitalized in Boston, and cancelled the remaining nine dates on the tour due to a cold or virus. In August 2014, Capitol Music and Harvest Records ended their contracts with Morrissey. Later in 2014, Morrissey disclosed that he had received treatment for an unspecified form of cancer. However, he did a two-month European tour at the end of the year. – wikipedia

Posted at morrissey-solo.com:

Mozz was in good health, with a marvelous voice. He seemed happy to be there, in that strange place (Le Grand Rex is a cinema!). Although the sound which was not very good (due to the venue), we saw a very good concert. “Trouble loves me” was wonderful, same for “Asleep”, or “Bullfighter”, or “Staircase”. The two encore [“Suedehead”, “Everyday Is Like Sunday”] were magnificent, with the crowd singing all along with Mozz. – Guillaume

Gig started with The Queen is Dead and ended with Everyday is like Sunday. Group was wearing “Fuck Harvest” T-Shirts for the encore. There was a fight in the audience when Moz sent his shirt out. Crew had to cut it in pieces with scissors to distribute and avoid blood. – Anonymous

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Thanks to jcarr73729 for sharing the show at Dime. Unfortunately, the tracks Asleep and Suedehead were not broadcast. For a sense of completion, these two tracks, taken from a French Inter broadcast, have been added – thanks kingfrippson!

Picture by Mauro Melis, posted at morrissey-solo.com – Thanks!

Lineage:
Deutschlandradio Kultur, Astra DVB MP2 @ 256kbps/48kHz
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-4400-HD internal card > MPEG TS Video > Total Video Converter > MP2 256kbps/48kHz > MP3DirectCut edits

Disc 1
Track 101. The Queen Is Dead 4:17
Track 102. Speedway 4:33
Track 103. Kiss Me A Lot * 4:09
Track 104. I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris 2:43
Track 105. World Peace Is None Of Your Business * 4:43
Track 106. Neal Cassady Drops Dead 4:19
Track 107. Istanbul * 4:53
Track 108. One Of Our Own 3:40
Track 109. Trouble Loves Me 6:10
Track 110. The Bullfighter Dies * 6:32
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Earth Is The Loneliest Planet * 4:38
Track 202. Kick The Bride Down The Aisle * 5:13
Track 203. Meat Is Murder 7:25
Track 204. Staircase At The University * 5:32
Track 205. I’m Not A Man * 7:32
Track 206. Asleep # 4:05
Track 207. Suedehead # 4:18
Track 208. Everyday Is Like Sunday 5:02
Track 209. outro 1:00
45 mins

* Featured on World Peace Is None of Your Business.
# Patched from French Inter radio broadcast.

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LITTLE SISTER WON’T YOU PLEASE PLEASE ME

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A brand new step-sister with a chastity belt, and a horny ghost in tow – as if that’s not an invite to some familial hijinks in Yuki Aoyama’s What‘s Going On With My Sister (2014). Stephen Tan reviews.

When parents remarry, how do the children from the respective marriages get along? The Brady Bunch is a prime example of a sanitised and comedic situation of a re-married couple with children that says “all is well”. On the other hand, the more pervy Asians are more “open” and certainly more exploitative when it comes to such step-sibling relationships.

Yuki Aoyama’s What‘s Going On With My Sister (aka Recently, My Sister Is Unusual, 2014) hews closer to Yamauchi Daisuke’s The Tale Of The Affectionate Girl – it involves a pair of step-siblings and, from its source manga, there is a horny ghost to boot.

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JOE WALSH – LOS ANGELES 1991

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 30 March 2015 at

JOE WALSH
Los Angeles 1991 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA; 1991. Very good FM broadcast.

Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer was part of bands like James Gang and The Eagles, but in his solo career he also has a solid reputation as a great live performer. In 1998 Guitarist magazine selected the guitar solos on the track “Hotel California” by Walsh and Don Felder as the best guitar solos of all time, and eighth of the Top 100 Guitar Solos.

Thanks to supmon for sharing the show on the net.

Track 01. Indian Summer 2:42
Track 02. Ashes, The Rain And I 2:55
Track 03. Walk Away 3:42
Track 04. Two Sides To Every Story * 3:56
Track 05. Ordinary Average Guy * 4:18
Track 06. Turn To Stone 6:49
Track 07. The Confessor 7:47
Track 08. In The City 3:42
Track 09. Open Your Eyes 5:25
Track 10. Life’s Been Good 7:55
Track 11. Funk #49 4:31
Track 12. Rocky Mountain Way 8:13
Track 13. Going Down Medley 7:35
Track 14. All Night Long 2:59
73 mins

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JERRY GARCIA SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA – MORRISON 2014

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 29 March 2015 at

JERRY GARCIA SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA
Featuring Warren Haynes and The Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Morrison 2014 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO; August 3, 2014. Very good Sirius/XM satellite broadcast.

This… orchestral program – curated by the Garcia Family – features Jerry Garcia’s original compositions, as well as classic interpretations of his timeless standards that were hallmarks of Garcia and the Grateful Dead’s shows. Collaborating with a 40+ piece Symphony, renowned vocalist/guitarist Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers Band, Gov’t Mule, The Dead) lends his soul-soaked, introspective blend of rock, blues, R&B and jazz to Garcia’s masterworks.

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Thanks to owsleysbear for sharing the show at the Bay.

Disc 1
Track 101.Tuning 1:02
Track 102. Intro 1:26
Track 103. Dark Star 2:55
Track 104. Bird Song 9:42
Track 105. Uncle John’s Band 5:53
Track 106. Jam 1:52
Track 107. Shakedown Street 6:57
Track 108. Doin’ That Rag 6:31
Track 109. Here Comes Sunshine 5:02
Track 110. China Cat Sunflower 3:05
Track 111. Orchestra Outro 1:37
Track 112. Morning Dew 9:30
Track 113. Sirius Outro 0:18
56 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Crowd/Tuning 0:52
202. Comes A Time
For whatever reason, this track was not shared.
Track 203. Crazy Fingers 6:53
Track 204. Jam 2:13
Track 205. Scarlet Begonias 4:50
Track 206. Black Peter 7:55
Track 207. Drums 2:23
Track 208. Jam 2:03
Track 209. West LA Fadeaway 6:45
Track 210. Terrapin Station 8:28
Track 211. Slipknot 0:48
Track 212. Terrapin Refrain 3:09
Track 213. Crowd 0:48
Track 214. Attics of My Life (Orchestra Only) 2:18
Track 215. Ship of Fools 7:15
Track 216. Thanks/Band Intros 0:39
Track 217. Stella Blue 8:25
Track 218. Sirius Outro 2:08
68 mins

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD – PHILADELPHIA 1983

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THE GRATEFUL DEAD
Philadelphia 1983 [no label, 3CD]
Live at The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA; April 26, 1983. Very good soundboard and audience matrix.

Thanks to Charlie Miller; David Dillon; Ron Keyser; Joe B Jones; Bruce “The Big Woods”; Germain; dusborne; and greenerdude for all the efforts and for sharing the show at Dime.

Posted at archive.org:

This is the best Philly Spectrum show ever. I went to the night before, and saw almost every Philly show from ’85 thru ’95. Now, does this night beat the 4/20/84 or 4/21/84 Civic Center shows? That’s a tough call. But it’s the best the Dead ever brought to the Spectrum. – Harold of the Rocks

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Soundboard Lineage:
Recording: SBD > Cassette Master > Cassette > Dat (48k)
Transfer: Dat (Sony R500) > Sound Devices 744T > Adobe Audition v1.5 > Samplitude Professional v10.2 >  FLAC
All transfers and mastering By Charlie Miller
February 19, 2009
Patch: (FOB) Sennheiser Shotguns > Cassette Master > CD (shnid=28161) supplies:
Space (10:32-10:55)

– Set 2 is seamless
– Static during Maybe You Know is from the PA
– Nobody’s Fault But Mine and Spoonful jam after Truckin’
– This source sounds a bit clearer than the other circulating soundboards
– Thanks to Ron Keyser for the Dat
– Thanks to Joe B Jones for his help with the pitch correction

Audience Lineage:
Unknown mics > MC > C > C > Hardrive via souncard > Cool Edit to split tracks > flac

– Abrupt stop after d1t6 is on master (tape flip)
– There was a cut/blank space in Drums that was removed with Cool Edit
– Abrupt stop at end of d3t5 is on master

Disc 1
(Set 1)
Track 101. Shakedown Street 14:35
Track 102. New Minglewood Blues 8:20
Track 103. They Love Each Other 8:37
Track 104. Me And My Uncle 3:18
Track 105. Mexicali Blues 5:34
Track 106. Maybe You Know 5:01
Track 107. West LA Fadeaway 8:03
Track 108. My Brother Esau 5:18
59 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. It Must Have Been The Roses 5:25
Track 202. Let It Grow 12:29

(Set 2)
Track 203. Help On The Way 4:00
Track 204. Slipknot 4:37
Track 205. Franklin’s Tower 9:44
Track 206. Man Smart (Woman Smarter) 6:56
Track 207. Drums 11:17
55 mins

Disc 3
Track 301. Space 12:41
Track 302. Truckin’ 7:37
Track 303. Morning Dew 10:33
Track 304. Throwing Stones 9:40
Track 305. Not Fade Away 8:58
Track 306. US Blues 4:55
55 mins

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THE WHO – LONDON 2015

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THE WHO
London 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the 02 Arena, London, UK; March 22, 2015. Fairly to very good audience recording. A bit distant.

Michael Bonner writing at uncut.co.uk:

Evidently, tonight’s show – rescheduled from December [on medical advice singer Roger Daltrey had been ordered to rest his voice due to a throat infection] – is about basking in the band’s well-seasoned body of work. Next to the merchandise stand in the foyer, you can have your photograph taken on a replica of Jimmy’s Lambretta from Quadrophenia. Meanwhile, the giant screens above the band beam down footage and graphics foregrounding the band’s heyday… The early part of the show demonstrates Townshend’s remarkable gift for lean, thrilling pop moments – “I Can’t Explain”, “Substitute”, “Who Are You” and “I Can See For Miles” among them. Even among such exalted songs, “My Generation” is an early peak. Accompanied by Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert’s celebrated footage of The High Numbers from the Railway Hotel in 1964, Townshend rousts the song into a potent R&B stomp, summoning the sulphuric energies of the band’s youth.

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Thanks to Leadville200 for sharing the show at Dime.

Thanks also to ethiessen1 for the artwork.

Lineage:
Sonic Studios DSM-6 > PA6-XP > M Audio Microtrack > Wavelab > CD Wave Editor > FLAC Level 8
An EBR Recording

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:20
Track 102. I Can’t Explain 2:27
Track 103. Substitute 4:00
Track 104. The Seeker 3:36
Track 105. Intro 0:34
Track 106. Who Are You 6:33
Track 107. Intro 1:28
Track 108. The Kids Are Alright 3:13
Track 109. Intro 0:43
Track 110. I Can See For Miles 4:39
Track 111. Intro 1:28
Track 112. Pictures Of Lily 2:54
Track 113. Intro 0:17
Track 114. So Sad About Us 3:00
Track 115. Intro 0:45
Track 116. My Generation 5:00
Track 117. Intro 0:39
Track 118. Behind Blue Eyes 4:05
Track 119. Intro 0:58
Track 120. Join Together 5:35
Track 121. I’m One 3:15
Track 122. Love Reign O’er Me 7:03
Track 123. Intro 0:58
Track 124. Slip Kid 3:46
69 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Intro 1:47
Track 202. A Quick One While He’s Away 8:43
Track 203. Amazing Journey 5:56
Track 204. Sparks 3:14
Track 205. Pinpall Wizard 3:07
Track 206. See Me Feel Me-Listening To You 4:33
Track 207. Baba O’Riley 5:52
Track 208. Won’t Get Fooled Again 10:27
Track 209. Introductions 3:50
Track 210. Magic Bus 6:03
Track 211. Outro 3:00
57 mins

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