Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 26 May 2016 at

New York 2016 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Beacon Theatre, New York, NY; January 27, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV – Arte HD – broadcast).

To celebrate her 75th birthday, Joan Baez held a concert at the Beacon Theatre in New York; the guests included Jackson Browne, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Judy Collins, Emmylou Harris, Indigo Girls, Damien Rice, Paul Simon, Mavis Staples, Nano Stern and Richard Thompson.

Joan Baez remains an icon of the Sixties folk revival, one of the movement’s foremost architects and a lifelong champion of vernacular musical tradition. So despite the grand setting and fancy roster of artists, Wednesday’s show was, true to spirit, a folk concert through and through, full of spontaneous sing-alongs and impromptu lyrical ad-libs, and with nary a single electric guitar to be found onstage. – Rolling Stone

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Thanks to the person who shared the HDTV broadcast on the net.

Back cover picture by Vin, posted at – Thanks!

Track 01. God Is God 3:35
Track 02. There but for Fortune 4:34
Track 03. Blackbird (with David Crosby) 3:20
Track 04. Catch the Wind (with Mary Chapin Carpenter) 4:01
Track 05. Hard Times Come Again No More (with Emmylou Harris) 5:30
Track 06. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 3:50
Track 07. Oh, Freedom (with Mavis Staples) 2:46
Track 08. Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around (with Mavis Staples) 3:39
Track 09. The Water Is Wide (with The Indigo Girls and Mary Chapin Carpenter) 4:54
Track 10. She Moved Through The Fair (with Damien Rice) 5:41
Track 11. She Never Could Resist a Winding Road (with Richard Thompson) 3:39
Track 12. Before the Deluge (with Jackson Browne) 6:38
Track 13. Diamonds And Rust (with Judy Collins) 5:44
Track 14. Gracias a la vida (with Nano Stern) 6:21
Track 15. The Boxer (with Paul Simon and Richard Thompson) 7:26
Track 16. Forever Young 4:31
77 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 25 May 2016 at

Just Another 1st Night (One Down Four More To Go) [T&J-TWOSP-129/130, 2CD]
Live at the Nippon Budokan, Tokyo Japan; April 13, 2016. Very good audience recording.

Thanks to tapers Tom & Jerry; sound editors The Naniwa Hot Brothers; and to Mickey Jaggar for the artwork and for sharing the show at Dime.

What a first night at the Nippon Budokan for Eric Clapton & His Band! Eric kicked off his five-night run at the venue with a concert that wowed the sold-out audience. The set list was a mix of blues, his worldwide hits, back-catalog gems and several songs from his forthcoming album, I Still Do.

Disc 1
Track 100a. Pre Show Announcement 4:53
Track 100b. Pre-Show Muisc 1:46
Track 101. Somebody’s Knockin’ * 6:57
Track 102. Key To The Highway 5:15
Track 103. Hoochie Coochie Man 6:19
Track 104. Next Time You See Me 3:27
Track 105. I Shot The Sheriff 8:53
Track 106. Circus Left Town 4:07
Track 107. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out 4:09
Track 108. I Dreamed I Saw St Augustine * 4:42
Track 109. I Will Be There (with Ed Sheeran) * 5:03
56 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Cypress Grove (with Ed Sheeran) * 5:05
Track 202. Sunshine State (with Ed Sheeran) 4:55
Track 203. Gin House 6:17
Track 204. Wonderful Tonight 4:05
Track 205. Crossroads 5:38
Track 206. Little Queen Of Spades 10:48
Track 207. Cocaine 9:18
Track 208. High Time We Went (encore) 7:23
Track 209. The Last Announcement 3:50
58 mins

* Tracks from I Still Do.

Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Andy Fairweather Low – guitar, vocals
Chris Stainton – piano, keyboards
Paul Carrack – organ, keyboards, vocals
Dave Bronze – bass
Henry Spinetti – drums
Dirk Powell – multi-instrumentalist
Michelle John – backing vocals
Sharon White – backing vocals
Special Guest: Ed Sheeran – guitar, vocals

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 25 May 2016 at

The Calcutta Film Society was registered in October 1947, with Satyajit Ray, Chidananda Dasgupta, Manojendu Majumdar and Purnendu Narayan as the founding members. The society became an important and integral part of the film culture that thrived in Calcutta and remained relevant for decades even though most of its founding members are no more. By Subha Das Mollick.


There is no reason why not.

The first decision to make is the scale upon which the proceedings are to be run. You can either start a film society on 16 mm substandard which is cheap or by gathering a membership of sufficient dimensions to be able to hire a cinema on a Sunday afternoon. Or you may be lucky enough to live in a town where some college or institution has a 35 mm installation.” – An excerpt from the last chapter of a book called Film by Roger Manvell, a Pelican Paperback published in 1946.

In 1946, serious studies on cinema were on firm footing as individual and group efforts, more than institutionalized efforts. The British Film Institute had been founded in 1933 with the mission to promote access to and appreciation for the widest range of world cinema; around the same year, Rudolph Arnheim, a believer in the Gestalt Theory, had published his book Film as Art and cinema was unquestionably accepted as an art form, to be taken seriously, analysed and written about.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 24 May 2016 at

Sleepy Angel (Osaka 1st Night) [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan; April 11, 2016. Very good to excellent audience recording.

On May 20, 2016, Bob Dylan released his 37th studio album, Fallen Angles. Like its predecessor, Shadows In The Night (2015), it’s also a covers album. In a four-star review, Andy Gill of The Independent wrote, “The restrained picking and creamy pedal-steel guitar of his live band imposes a smooth but demotic country mood behind Dylan’s elegant, world-weary croon”. Helen Brown in her five-star review for The Telegraph, also praised Dylan’s vocal abilities on the album, stating, “Although some people have always maintained that Dylan “can’t sing”, the truth is that – like Sinatra – he’s always had a knockout knack for putting a lyric across… Now he inhabits classic lines by songwriters like Johnny Mercer with weathered ease.”

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Thanks to tapers Tom & Jerry; sound editors The Naniwa Hot Brothers; and to Mickey Jaggar for the artwork and for sharing the show at Dime.

MK4 > Nbox Platinum > Izzy Stereo Cables > Sony M-10 (24bit/98kHz, line-in, Rec Level 4.0) > PC
Wav Files (24bit/98kHz) > Transferred to Sound Forge Ver.10 Files
(track split/Click&Crackle/Normalized/) > Transferred to FLC files by TLH
for this share:
FLAC > Audacity (16/44) > mp3

Disc 1
Track 101. Things Have Changed (Bob center stage) 6:07
Track 102. She Belongs To Me (Bob center stage with harp) 4:27
Track 103. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ (Bob on piano) 3:57
Track 104. What’ll I Do (Bob center stage) 3:23
Track 105. Duquesne Whistle (Bob on piano) 6:18
Track 106. Melancholy Mood (Bob center stage) * 3:00
Track 107. Pay In Blood (Bob center stage) 4:48
Track 108. I’m A Fool To Want You (Bob center stage) 4:42
Track 109. That Old Black Magic (Bob center stage) * 3:01
Track 110. Tangled Up In Blue (Bob center stage with harp then on piano) 6:20
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. High Water (For Charley Patton) (Bob center stage) 6:04
Track 202. Why Try To Change Me Now (Bob center stage) 3:48
Track 203. Early Roman Kings (Bob on piano) 5:52
Track 204. The Night We Called It A Day (Bob center stage) 3:58
Track 205. Spirit On The Water (Bob on piano) 6:40
Track 206. Scarlet Town (Bob center stage) 6:01
Track 207. All Or Nothing At All (Bob center stage) * 3:14
Track 208. Long And Wasted Years (Bob center stage) 4:05
Track 209. Autumn Leaves (Bob center stage) 5:15
Track 210. Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob on piano) 5:40
Track 211. Love Sick (Bob center stage) 7:38
59 mins

* Tracks from Fallen Angels.

Bob Dylan – vocals, piano, harmonica
Tony Garnier – standup bass, electric bass
George Recile – drums
Stu Kimball – acoustic guitars, electric guitars, maracas
Charlie Sexton – electric guitars
Donnie Herron – banjo, mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel, violin

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 24 May 2016 at

Jafar Pahani might have been banned from making movies for 20 years but that has not stopped the Iranian filmmaker. Using footage from his dashboard-mounted ‘security camera’ and from handphone cameras, Taxi, to quote what one “passenger” said, is Iranian life that is “real but not real real”. By Critic After Dark Noel Vera.

Jafar Pahani’s Taxi (2015) would be remarkable just for existing – it’s the third feature the filmmaker has done since the Iranian government prohibited him from directing and writing for 20 years. (Aside from the ban he may or may not serve a six-year jail sentence – the possibility hangs over his head like a constantly raised ax).

But Pahani doesn’t just leave things there, with a new work; the very form of his film tweaks the ban’s provisions. Can’t make films? Panahi will use the dashboard-mounted ‘security camera’ on the taxi he’s driving, intercut with footage from cellphone cameras whenever necessary.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 23 May 2016 at

The Velvet Underground & Nico [no label, 2CD]
Live at La Philharmonie, Paris, France; April 3, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

The album many credit with birthing alternative rock came to life over the weekend at a special collaborative concert in Paris. Every track of the Velvet Underground’s 1967 classic The Velvet Underground & Nico was performed by former band member John Cale, along with a diverse cast of generation-spanning musicians. At the Philharmonie de Paris yesterday (April 3), Cale was joined by the likes of Animal Collective, the Libertines’ Pete Doherty and Carl Barat, Mark Lanegan, Lou Doillon and Etienne Daho. They performed all of the Velvets’ debut LP, in addition to some songs from its follow-up, White Light/White Heat. – Billboard

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Thanks to indykid for sharing the HDTV webcast at Dime.

Thanks alto to kigonjiro for the artwork (modified here).

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Disc 1
Track 101. John Cale Intro 3:44
Track 102. I’m Waiting for the Man 8:04
Track 103. White Light/White Heat (with The Libertines) 4:19
Track 104. All Tomorrow’s Parties (with Mark Lanegan) 4:24
Track 105. Venus in Furs 5:29
Track 106. I’ll Be Your Mirror (with Étienne Daho) 2:43
Track 107. There She Goes Again (with Animal Collective) 5:20
Track 108. Sunday Morning 3:46
Track 109. European Son (with The Libertines) 10:22
49 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Femme Fatale (with Lou Doillon) 3:40
Track 202. Black Angel’s Death Song (with Mark Lanegan) 5:58
Track 203. Run Run Run (with The Libertines) 6:23
Track 204. Heroin (with Saul Williams) 8:56
Track 205. Sister Ray (finale with all the guests) 12:08
38 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 22 May 2016 at

One On One First Show [Not On Label, 3CD]
Live at the Save Mart Arena, Fresno, CA; April 13, 2016. Fairly good audience recording.

This is more for the fan than for the casual listener. The sound is a bit distant, there is a slight echo, slight “bleeding”, and one wished the sound was much sharper. Interestingly, the sound does recall those early Beatles boots where the screaming (fans) put you in the thick of things. As someone put it: “Finally a record of the first show. Not the best sound but very listenable and enjoyable. A B/B+ rating for this recording but an A+ for highly valuable historical document.”

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Paul McCartney came to Fresno, California, Wednesday night to open his new One on One tour, and delivered nearly three hours of music that moved gracefully from the intimate to the explosive. There were bright lights and stirring images from his history, but the emphasis never drifted from the music, ranging from generational anthems (“Let It Be”) to post-Beatles deep cuts (“Temporary Secretary”).

The night opened with the distinctive guitar clang of the Beatles’ “A Hard Day’s Night” – marking the first time McCartney had performed the song as a solo artist – only the first of more than 35 songs that were faithful to the originals while remaining loose enough to feel fresh. Carrying his old Hofner bass, McCartney and his four-piece band dove into “Can’t Buy Me Love,” as vintage footage of the Beatles rolled on the big screen him: the Fab Four meeting the Queen Mother, recording at Abbey Road and playing their final full concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park.

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Thanks to the taper; and to Freak37 for sharing the show on the net.

Artwork posted at vivalesbootlegs.blogspot – Thanks!

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Disc 1
Track 101. Introduction 1:06
Track 102. A Hard Day’s Night 2:32
Track 103. Save Us 3:00
Track 104. Can’t Buy Me Love 2:55
Track 105. Letting Go 4:55
Track 106. Temporary Secretary 3:31
Track 107. Let Me Roll It/Foxy Lady 8:58
Track 108. I’ve Got A Feeling 4:05
Track 109. My Valentine 3:55
Track 110. Nineteen Hundred Eighty Five 4:20
Track 111. Here, There And Everywhere 3:20
Track 112. Maybe I’m Amazed 5:10
Track 113. We Can Work It Out 4:49
Track 114. In Spite Of All The Danger 3:06
Track 115. You Won’t See Me 4:01
Track 116. Love Me Do 3:30
Track 117. And I Love Her 4:06
Track 118. Blackbird 4:50
73 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Here Today 3:46
Track 202. Queenie Eye 4:15
Track 203. New 2:55
Track 204. Fool On The Hill 3:20
Track 205. Lady Madonna 2:46
Track 206. Four Five Seconds 3:01
Track 207. Eleanor Rigby 3:19
Track 208. Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite 3:01
Track 209. Something 5:11
Track 210. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 4:26
Track 211. Band On The Run 6:24
Track 212. Back In The USSR 3:13
Track 213. Let It Be 5:56
Track 214. Live And Let Die 4:06
Track 215. Hey Jude 7:56
64 mins

Disc 3
Track 301. Yesterday 6:07
Track 302. Hi, Hi, Hi 3:50
Track 303. Birthday 4:56
Track 304. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End 7:27
23 mins

Paul McCartney – lead vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, piano, electric guitar, ukulele
Rusty Anderson – backing vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Brian Ray – backing vocals, bass, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Paul Wickens – backing vocals, keyboards, electric guitar, bonjos, percussion, harmonica, accordion
Abe Laboriel, Jr – backing vocals, drums, percussion

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 22 May 2016 at

Dusseldorf 2013 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Tonhalle, Dusseldorf, Germany; November 25, 2013. Very good FM broadcast.

The Brooklyn-based singer with the rich baritone and the ever-present Kangol hat is on a mission to revive old-school musical values… Possessed of massive vocal power offset by a rich tone and delicate control, his interpretations flit between jazz and soul, with the finesse of the former and strength of the latter in equal measure. – Mojo

Porter fuses jazz and soul better than anybody working these days… – Soul Tracks

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Thanks to Tomyoungster for sharing the tracks at Dime.

WDR 2 In Concert > FM (analog cable) – Audacity – xACT

Track 01. Painted On Canvas 7:57
Track 02. On My Way To Harlem 9:14
Track 03. I Fall In Love Too Easily (fades out) 6:26
Track 04. Liquid Spirit 4:34
Track 05. Work Song 8:58
Track 06. 1960 What 8:03
Track 07. Be Good (fades out) 7:40
53 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 22 May 2016 at

Over the past year, Germany has gone to great lengths in its attempt to culturally integrate the hundreds of thousands of middle-eastern refugees that entered the nation as a result of Angela Markel’s now-defunct overly welcoming immigrant policies.

Just in January, Germany created a leaflet that it handed out to “sexually frustrated” immigrants at local swimming pools to teach them proper poolside etiquette. As reported then, “in Bavaria, swimming pools issued leaflets with simple pictorial instructions on behaviour for migrants who may never have swum in public before. Officials dreamed up the leaflets in 2013 after witnessing an increasing number of ‘problems’ at the city’s 18 public swimming pools. ‘The ground rule of respect for women – whatever clothing they’re wearing – is unfortunately not respected by all our swimmers. That’s why there is an explicit indication about it,’ a Munich city spokesman said.”

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 21 May 2016 at

New York 1994 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Tramps, New York, NY; July 1, 1994. Very good soundboard.

Those were the days… “One of the hardest soul groups to walk the planet, Booker T and the MG’s are still hard. The rhythm section for some of the greatest musical moments of the 1960s, the band has had a rebirth over the last few years. Shows tonight are at 8:30 and 11:30; the cover is $15.”

It’s not often coming across Booker T soundboards.

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Thanks to lilpanda for sharing the show at Dime.

Thanks also to davies51 and redeemer109 for the tracklist.

sb dat > cdr > eac > flac

Disc 1 (1st set)
Track 101. Gotta Serve Somebody (Dylan) 5:34
Track 102. Melting Pot 12:13
Track 103. Summertime (Gershwin) 6:52
Track 104. Soul Limbo 9:28
Track 105. Cruisin’ 4:17
Track 106. Hip Hug-Her/Green Onions 11:17
Track 107. Groovin’ 7:53
Track 108. Hang ‘Em High 5:19
Track 109. Time Is Tight 12:24
76 mins

Disc 2 (2nd set)
Track 201. Double Or Nothing 4:14
Track 202. That’s The Way It Should Be 4:18
Track 203. Mo’ Greens 8:08
Track 204. Hip Hug-Her 2:51
Track 205. Sarasota Sunset 9:00
Track 206. Green Onions 6:46
Track 207. Hang ‘Em High 5:38
Track 208. Time Is Tight 13:43
Track 209. Soul Limbo 8:42
Track 210. Cruisin’ 4:47
69 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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