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London 1969 [EAT 34-35, 2CD]
Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; February 18, 1969. Very good stereo soundboard.

Christopher Scapelliti,

On February 18, 1969, the Jimi Hendrix Experience played the first of two shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The band had played the venue previously, on November 14, 1967, on a bill with Pink Floyd, the Nice, the Move and other sonically adventurous bands of the time. This time, however, the Experience would be the headliner, playing first on the 18th and again on the 24th to a sold-out house.

Thanks to dance1102 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Disc 1
Track 101. Introduction 2:04
Track 102. Tax Free 9:01
Track 103. Fire 4:29
Track 104. Hear My Train A Comin’ 12:50
Track 105. Foxy Lady 7:02
Track 106. Red House 12:09
48 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Sunshine Of Your Love 9:30
Track 202. Spanish Castle Magic/Message To Love 13:23
Track 203. Star Spangled Banner 3:58
Track 204. Purple Haze 5:02
Track 205. Final Speak 1:29
Track 206. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) 9:55
44 mins

Jimi Hendrix – lead vocals, guitar
Mitch Mitchell – drums
Noel Redding – bass guitar, backing vocals

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Marseille 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Festival Jazz Cinq Continents, Marseille, France; July 21, 2015. Very good FM broadcast.

Melody Gardot has established herself as a singer/songwriter with her fragile ballads. Her first two albums, “Worrisome Heart” and “My One and Only Heart”, contain some of the most beautiful songs since Nina Simone left the stage. In June 2015, Gardot released Currency Of Man, her fourth album. wrote: “On Currency of Man, Gardot takes on a rootsier sound, embracing West Coast soul, funk, gospel, and pop from the early ’70s as the backdrop for these songs. It is not only different musically, but lyrically. This is a less “personal” record; its songs were deeply influenced by the people she encountered in LA, many of them street denizens. She tells their stories and reflects on themes of social justice. It’s wide angle.”

Thanks to elgaucho for sharing the show at Dime.

Picture by Franco P Tettamanti, posted at – Thanks!

FIP, FM / Naim Uniti / RH-09R / Audacity / Xact / Flac

Disc 1
Track 101. Don’t Misunderstand * 7:23
Track 102. Same To You * 7:25
Track 103. She Don’t Know * 4:57
Track 104. Bad News * 6:56
Track 105. March For Mingus 8:33
Track 106. Morning Sun * 13:58
Track 107. Melody talks 2:13
Track 108. Love Is Easy 6:34
58 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Melody talks 1:23
Track 202. Baby I’m A fool/Who Will Comfort Me (cut) 9:15
Track 203. Who Will Comfort Me (end) 3:40
Track 204. Melody talks 3:13
Track 205. Preacherman * 12:52
Track 206. It Gonna Come * 14:47
46 mins

* Tracks from Currency Of Man.

Melody Gardot – guitar, piano, vocals
Shareef Clayton – trumpet
Irwin Hall – saxophone, clarinet, flute
Sylvester Uzoma Onyejiaka – baritone saxophone
Mitchell Long – guitar, vocals
Devin Greenwood – keyboards
Edwin Livingstone – bass
Charles Staab – drums

Click here for the tracks.


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A Sarawak Report Exclusive.

Sarawak Report has acquired documents, now verified, which explain exactly why Abdul Gani Patail was dramatically fired on Monday.

The Attorney General was on the brink of bringing charges for corruption against the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

We have acquired the secret draft charge sheet documents, which Gani Patail was in the process of drafting.

They include a charge sheet for corrupt practices under Section 17 (a) of the MACC Act, allowing for punishment of a sentence of up to 20 years in prison under Section 24 of the Act.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 1 August 2015 at

Philadelphia 1967/Cleveland 1972 [no label, 1CD]
Live with Ingrid Croce on the Gene Shay Program, WIOQ 102.5 FM, Philadelphia; 1967 (rebroadcast 1984). Very good FM. Live at the Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH; November 15, 1972. Very good soundboard (vinyl rip; slight vinyl noise).

With hits such as I Got A Name, I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song, Time In A Bottle and Bad Bad Leroy Brown, one tends to think of Jim Croce more as a singer-songwriter than a folk singer. Back then, with the Jim Croce Trio in 1967, he was closer to Peter, Paul And Mary; and when Croce put Kipling’s Gunga Din poem to music, he recalled Phil Ochs. In 1973, Jim Croce and lead guitarist Maury Muehleisen and five others were killed when their airplane crashed in Louisiana.

Thanks to John G Huber who shared the Philadelphia show at The Traders’ Den.

Thanks to wolfsbane for sharing the Cleveland show at Dime.

Philadelphia: FM > master cassette > cdr > wav > FLAC
Cleveland: vinyl > Magix > WAV > FLAC Level 6

Philadelphia 1967
Track 01. Interview #1 0:55
Track 02. Darcy Farrow 2:38
Track 03. Interview #2 2:26
Track 04. Gunga Din 4:00
Track 05. Interview #3 1:26
Track 06. Coconut Grove 1:34
Track 07. Interview #4 1:27
Track 08. Bringing Mary Home 3:12
Track 09. Interview #5 2:07
Track 10. Any Old Time 3:02
23 mins

Jim Croce – vocals & guitar
Ingrid Croce – Vocals
Carl (?) – upright bass
Ken (?) – cornet

Jim Croce & Maury Muehleisen (guitar)
Cleveland 1972
Track 11. Operator 3:54
Track 12. It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way (story) 0:46
Track 13. It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way 2:39
Track 14. Roller Derby Queen (story) 5:28
Track 15. Roller Derby Queen 2:57
Track 16. Box #10 (story) 1:02
Track 17. Box #10 2:29
Track 18. I’ve Been Framed (story) 0:29
Track 19. I’ve Been Framed 2:37
Track 20. I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song 3:57
Track 21. Speedball Tucker (story) 6:37
Track 22. Speedball Tucker 4:19
Track 23. New York’s Not My Home 3:26
Track 24. You Don’t Mess Around With Jim (story) 0:58
Track 25. You Don’t Mess Around With Jim 2:52
45 mins

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New South Wales 2015 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Splendour In The Grass, North Byron Parklands, Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia; July 26, 2015. Very good FM broadcast.

This is not the complete show but likely the complete FM broadcast. Missing (not broadcast?) are Go Out; There’s No Other Way; Lonesome Street; Coffee & TV and Out Of Time.

Blur have come a long way since their formation in 1988 when they were hailed as the fresh face of British pop. In April 2015, they released their eighth studio album, The Magic Whip, which was partially recorded in Hong Kong. In 2013, Blur found themselves “stranded” in Hong Kong for five days when Japan’s Tokyo Rocks Music Festival was cancelled. During that time, they worked on new material in the studio. The album cover artwork features Chinese words which literally means Blur Magic-whip in neon-lit fashion. The group also worked with art director Tony Hung, who also created the lyric video for “Go Out”.

Thanks to BleedingMe for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Picture by Katie Dutton, posted at – Thanks!

FM (Triple J) > Sanyo Reciever > Roland R-05 Line In (WAV, 16Bit, 44kHz) > Adobe Audition CS6 (Edit/Cut) > Foobar2000 [Flac 8]

Missing (not broadcast?):
Go Out *
There’s No Other Way
Lonesome Street *
Coffee & TV
Out Of Time

Track 01 Beetlebum 6:36
Track 02 Trimm Trabb 5:22
Track 03 Tender 6:19
Track 04 Trouble In The Message Centre 3:50
Track 05 Parklife 3:05
Track 06 Ong Ong * 2:58
Track 07 Song 2 2:38
Track 08 To The End 4:10
Track 09 This Is A Low 5:42
Track 10 Stereotypes 3:23
Track 11 Girls And Boys 4:47
Track 12 The Universal 4:06
53 mins

* Songs from The Magic Whip.

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Los Angeles 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Pershing Square, Los Angeles, CA; July 25, 2015. Very good to excellent audience recording.

Thanks to Falconidave (David Sell) who recorded and shared the show at Dime.

Falconidave noted:

I’m embarrassed to admit this is only my second time experiencing this amazing woman’s voice and talent! She blew us away! Really nice to hear all the songs from the new album. Great crowd around us and the OMNI’s performed fabulously! Trust me, this is a great recording!

AT853 OMNI (3-wire) > Naiant Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10 (24/96) > Adobe Audition CS6 (normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1) > CD Wave Editor 1.96 > TLH > Flac
Location: 100′ from stage DFC [“dead center”]

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 2:36
Track 102. Weasal And The White Boys Cool 7:44
Track 103. The Last Chance Texaco 5:51
Track 104. Valtz De Mon Pere (Lovers’ Oath) 4:20
Track 105. Introducing the band 0:47
Track 106. Blinded By The Hunt 4:32
Track 107. Haunted 5:16
Track 108. It Must Be Love 6:15
Track 109. Jimmy Choos 4:38
Track 110. Juliette 1:47
Track 111. Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo 4:17
48 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. On Saturday Afternoons in 1963 3:34
Track 202. Christmas In New Orleans 4:22
Track 203. Circus of the Falling Star, Spider In The Circus 6:44
Track 204. Feet On The Ground 5:43
Track 205. Infinity 6:58
Track 206. J’ai Connai Pas 5:22
Track 207. Satellites 5:03
Track 208. Crowd applause 2:09
Track 209.  Wasn’t There 5:12
46 mins

Rickie Lee Jones – vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano, percussion
Francois Plant – bass guitar, upright bass, vocals
Katherine LeDeaux – madoline, fiddle, violin, vocals
Joss Tellier – guitar, vocals
Vincent Real – keyboards, accordion, vocals
Max Santelloni – drums

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Rotterdam 2013 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival, Congo tent, Ahoy complex, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; July 13, 2013. Very good satellite broadcast.

Shuggie Otis – the unsung hero of funk and blues. In a 1970 issue of Guitar Player, BB King even called Otis his “favourite new guitarist”.

A favourite among musicians, Shuggie Otis’s third album, Inspiration Information (1974), never turned the prodigy into a star. In terms of pedigree, Otis is near impeccable. The son of R&B bandleader Johnny Otis, music making was in the youngster’s blood. Just as Prince would later be held up as a model, Otis, then 22, wrote and produced the album, besides playing many of the instruments himself (except for horns and various stringed instruments). But what marked him out then was his willingness to experiment with drum machines, which put him in the same camp as Sly Stone, and probably accounted for dance DJs’ interest in his music.

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Thanks to deloaded for sharing the show at Dime.

deloaded noted:

The DAB started from the beginning of Inspiration Information. I recorded the introductionary talks of the announcer and Shuggie himself with my iPhone, and decided to include these where they should have been: at the beginning of the concert. Combined, this recreates the complete audio experience of the concert, but you can of course skip downloading the first two tracks and you’ll have a perfectly sounding recording of the concert itself.

Picture by Eric van Nieuwland, posted at – Thanks!

Tracks 3 to 14: Pro DAB (192kbps/48khz/16bit/stereo) -> SoundForge 10 (Normalize to peak/Separate tracks/CD format conversion)
Tracks 1 and 2: Tascam iM2/iPhone 5 -> FiRe2 (48khz/16bit/stereo) -> SoundForge 10 (Normalize to peak/separate tracks/CD format conversion)

Track 01. Announcer-Introduction 0:59
Track 02. Shuggie Talks 0:51
Track 03. Inspiration Information 5:22
Track 04. Tryin To Get Close To You 4:11
Track 05. Aht Uh Mi Hed 5:12
Track 06. Island Letter 2:45
Track 07. Me And My Woman 5:07
Track 08. Sparkle City 9:29
Track 09. Picture Of Love (In B-Flat) 8:35
Track 10. Wings Of Love 8:12
Track 11. Doin Whats Right 4:24
Track 12. Sweetest Thang 9:28
Track 13. Strawberry Letter 23 3:24
Track 14. Ice Cold Daydream 11:12
80 mins

Shuggie Otis – vocals, guitar
Albert Wing – saxophone
Michael Turre – saxophone
Larry Douglas – trumpet
Eric Otis – guitar
Russell “Swang” Stewart – keyboard
Lucky Otis – bass
Nick Otis – drums
Darrel John Otis – percussion

Click here for the tracks.


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Philadelphia 1986/Holland 1987 [no label, 1CD]
Live at WMMR 93.3 Studio 4, Philadelphia; December 8, 1986. Live at the Vreedenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands; January 15, 1987. Very good FM broadcasts.

This was one of guitarist Robert Fripp’s more interesting “side projects” (between the Crims). – music fan glasnostrd19

One of the more impressive facets of Fripp is his sheer candidness. “When I read interviews with old King Crimson bandmates, they suggest that the difficulty lies with me,” he offers in his West Country lilt. “And I agree with that. I’m a very difficult person to work with, because in King Crimson there was a founding statement to be honoured, going back to ’69. And if what is available fails to meet what I see as a responsibility to the larger Crimson, then that gap has to be met by someone. And it would fall to me. So it’s not a comfortable place.” – Robert Fripp interview with The Guardian, 2014

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Thanks to the original uploader; and to unclemeat for sharing the Philadelphia show at Dime.

analog fm (WMMR 93.3) > cass. (1st gen.) > wav > CDWav > CDR > EAC > flac (2007)
analog fm (NPR) > cass. (unknown gen.) > wav > flac

Thanks to whotrader for sharing the Dutch show at Dime.

SBD > ? > cdr trade circa 2005
Transfer: EAC > Flac [level 8]

Philadelphia 1986
Track 01. Invocation 1:13
Track 02. All Or Nothing I 4:12
Track 03. Tight Muscle Party At Love Beach 1:38
Track 04. Untitled 1:37
Track 05. Revive The World 3:54
Track 06. intro 0:24
Track 07. Third Relation 2:43
Track 08. Additive Synthesis 4:46
Track 09. Derailed 2:04
Track 10. Larks’ Thrak 3:25
Track 11. Eye Of The Needle 2:47
Track 12. Darts 1:50
Track 13. Calliope 3:01
Track 14. Aspiration 2:42
Track 15. Robert Fripp – All Things Considered interview (1986-01-05 NPR) 10:55
48 mins

Holland 1987
Thanks to unclemeat for the setlist
Track 01. Introduction 1:07
Track 02. Tuning The Air 1:09
Track 03. All Or Nothing I 3:46
Track 04. Tight Muscle Party At Love Beach 1:23
Track 05. Revive The World Pt 1 1:47
Track 06. Revive The World Pt 2 1:34
Track 07. Robert speaks (Q&A) 2:18
Track 08. Third Relation 2:17
Track 09. Additive Synthesis 4:06
Track 10. Jimbo’s Lament 1:20
Track 11. Intergalactic Boogie Express 2:09
23 mins

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New Jersey 1988 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Stanhope House, Stanhope, New Jersey. Although this has been shared as June 30, 1988, the “Merry Christmas” greeting in the intro and the presence of The Messiah put this as a December 1987 (?) show. [Roy Buchanan passed away on August 14, 1988 at the age of 48.] Very good soundboard.


A pioneer of the Telecaster sound, Roy Buchanan’s life changed in 1971, when he gained national notice as the result of an hour-long PBS television documentary. Entitled Introducing Roy Buchanan, and sometimes mistakenly called The Best Unknown Guitarist in the World, it earned a record deal with Polydor Records and praise from John Lennon and Merle Haggard, besides an alleged invitation to join the Rolling Stones (which he turned down and which gave him the nickname “the man who tumbled the stones down”). Guitar Player praised him as having one of the “50 Greatest Tones of all Time.

Towards the end of his life, according to his agent and others, Buchanan was doing well, having gained control of his drinking habit and playing again, when he was arrested for public intoxication after a domestic dispute. He was found hanged from his own shirt in a jail cell on August 14, 1988 in Fairfax County, Virginia. According to Jerry Hentman, who was in a cell nearby Buchanan’s, the Deputy Sheriff opened the door early in the morning and found Buchanan with the shirt around his neck. Buchanan’s last show was on August 7, 1988 in Guilford, CT. His cause of death was officially recorded as suicide, a finding disputed by Buchanan’s friends and family. One of his friends, Marc Fisher, reported seeing Roy’s body with bruises on the head.

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Thanks to original uploader whotrader; and to maxtheblues for keeping the show alive on the net.

Soundboard > ? > Trade CDR > EAC > WAV > Flac 8

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 2:11
Track 102. Short Fuse 2:48
Track 103. Can’t Judge a Book 4:16
Track 104. Country Boy 5:44
Track 105. Down By the River 8:00
Track 106. Goose Grease 4:36
Track 107. Baby Baby Baby 5:40
Track 108. Peter Gunn/When a Guitar Plays the Blues 5:18
Track 109. When a Guitar Plays the Blues (cut near end) 9:16
48 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Stage Banter 1:43
Track 202. Suzie Q 2:53
Track 203. Hot ‘Cha/I’m a Ram 3:55
Track 204. Shuffle 4:23
Track 205. Green Onions/Hey Joe/Foxey Lady/Purple Haze 12:04
Track 206. The Messiah Will Come Again/encore applause 9:04
Track 207. Rock ‘n’ Roll (Led Zeppelin cover) 4:16
Track 208. Sunshine of Your Love 5:11
44 mins

Roy Buchanan – guitar, vocals
Cary Zeigler – bass, vocals
Vince Santoro – drums, vocals

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Dig deeper and actor George Clooney’s The Sentry is funded in part by Lockheed Martin. Unsurprisingly, 78 per cent of Lockheed’s profits come from military sales. George Clooney opposes war profiteering? David Swanson has tears in his eyes but he sees clearly.

George Clooney is being paid by the world’s top two war profiteers, Lockheed-Martin and Boeing, to oppose war profiteering by Africans disloyal to the US government’s agenda.

Way back yonder before World War II, war profiteering was widely frowned on in the United States. Those of us trying to bring back that attitude, and working for barely-funded peace organizations, ought to be thrilled when a wealthy celebrity like George Clooney decides to take on war profiteering, and the corporate media laps it up.

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