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KEITH JARRETT – BREMEN 1975

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 28 November 2014 at

KEITH JARRETT
Bremen 1975 [Lewojazz-TomP Remaster, 1CD]
Live at Die Glocke, Bremen, Germany; February 2, 1975. Very good to excellent radio broadcast.

Thanks to Lewojazz for the recording; and to TomP (tom_phillips) for the remaster and for sharing the tracks at Dime.

TomP noted: “Many thanks to Lewojazz for his fine recording, it just required a few edits to make it shine so I hope folks like this superb concert.”

billywiz commented at Dime: “Just want to point out to anyone who doesn’t have this, it’s an A+ recording of a brilliant performance just nine days after his epic Koln concert (and is completely different, absolutely not a repeat performance). An absolute must-have!”

Thanks also to fastone for the artwork.

Lineage:
NWR 320/48k mp2 recorded by Lewojazz (thanks) > Foobar 2000 (wav) > Audition 3 (44.1k + phase invert) > Nero 8 (edit) > Tag & Rename (flac tags) > TLH (flac 6 + SBE/decode check)
Recorded: February 2, 1975
Broadcast: November 23, 2014

Track 01. Bremen 1 – Part A 6:26
Track 02. Bremen 1 – Part B 9:54
Track 03. Bremen 1 – Part C 12:42
Track 04. Bremen 2 – Part A 10:49
Track 05. Bremen 2 – Part B 9:00
Track 06. Bremen 2 – Part C 9:48
Track 07. Bremen 2 – Part D 5:06
Track 08. Treasure Island 11:17
75 mins

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ELVIS COSTELLO (HORACE BARLOW BAND) – LIVERPOOL 1980

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 28 November 2014 at

ELVIS COSTELLO AND THE ATTRACTIONS
[Horace Barlow Band]
Liverpool 1980 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Mountford Hall, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. February 6, 1980. Very good soundboard.

Excerpt from George Gimarc’s Post Punk Diary:

February 6, 1980 – Elvis Costello and the Attractions are masquerading under a different name to play a surprise concert in Liverpool. They’re working out new material and didn’t want the pressure of an audience of reviewers. They were slotted in as the third act at the bottom of a bill featuring Rockpile (with Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe) and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Nobody really expected much from the “Horace Barlow Band” until they took the stage and the crowd caught on. Elvis played it straight onstage, even down to introducing the band under the fake name. At one point in the show he managed a not-too-subtle dig when introducing a new song called “The Impostor” and dedicating it to his “…great friends, The Jags.” Elvis would repeat the surprise performance the next night in Bradford.

– includes the first known performance of “King Horse”
– includes a rare performance of “Human Touch” (one of 10 known)
– somewhat rare performance of “5ive Gears In Reverse” (one of 15 known)… correction: as of 2012, there are now 24 known performances of 5ive Gears In Reverse.

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Thanks to original uploader davidortiz; and to john234 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Lineage:
SBD > ? > CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC
2009 editing lineage: Audacity (minor retracking) > TLH > FLAC (align SB) > Foobar2000 (flac tags)

Track 01. I Stand Accused 2:53
Track 02. Possession 2:20
Track 03. King Horse 4:28
Track 04. Girls Talk 2:41
Track 05. 5ive Gears in Reverse 3:06
Track 06. The Imposter 2:19
Track 07. He’ll Have To Go 3:11
Track 08. Human Touch 3:02
Track 09. High Fidelity 2:47
Track 10. I Cant Stand Up 2:55
Track 11. You Belong to Me 3:16
Track 12. Oliver’s Army 3:18
37 mins

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BLACK SABBATH – CAL JAM, ONTARIO 1974

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 27 November 2014 at

BLACK SABBATH
Ontario, CA 1974 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the California Jam (Cal Jam), Ontario Motor Speedway, Ontario, CA; April 6, 1974. Very good soundboard.

relayer67 of collectorsmusicreviews.com:

The massive Cal Jam took place in Ontario California in the Spring of 1974, the event was done in part with ABC television who would broadcast parts of the festival. The bill of Deep Purple, ELP, Sabbath, as well as Black Oak Arkansas and the Eagles drew a staggering 250,000 music fans to the day-long event. While the Deep Purple set has been released on both audio and video, precious little of the Sabbath set has made its way to fans on video, but thankfully the soundboard audio of the band’s entire performance has been circulating for some time.

Thanks to arcme262 who shared the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

arcme262 noted:

This has been something I’ve had for a long, long time, and every single time I’ve traded it, the person I’ve sent this to has been blown away at the upgrade from whatever source they had owned before. Since I’ve not seen this show on Dime, and folks claim that this is THE DEFINITIVE COPY, I thought I’d post it. Instead of posting a CD copy of the tape that I had, I borrowed the tape from the person I got my copy from. I’m glad I did, as his tape turned out to be a very old Maxell Metal particle tape, which is the way he rec’d it from a Zep trader at least 20 years ago.

Thanks also to Scotsnake for the artwork.

Lineage:
Soundboard Recording (unedited version)
Maxell MX-90 metal-particle cassette (rec’d in trade – No Gen known, 20-25 years old) > Playback on JVC TD-595 DECK > AIWA XC-RW700 Standalone burner > EAC > FLAC

Track 01. Tomorrow’s Dream 2:54
Track 02. Sweet Leaf 6:03
Track 03. Killing Yourself To Live 6:07
Track 04. War Pigs 7:55
Track 05. Snowblind 5:23
Track 06. Sabbra Cadabra (begins) 6:43
Track 07. Tony Solo 8:02
Track 08. Bill Solo 1 0:45
Track 09. Bill Solo 2 1:53
Track 10. Supernaut 2:01
Track 11. Iron Man 5:38
Track 12. Guitar and Orchid and Sabbra Cadabra (ends) 8:17
Track 13. Paranoid 4:46
Track 14. Embryo 0:59
Track 15. Children Of The Grave 4:16
72 mins

Lineup:
Ozzy Osbourne – vocals
Tony Iommi – guitar
Geezer Butler – bass
Bill Ward – drums

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ROCKPILE – LIVERPOOL 1980

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 26 November 2014 at

ROCKPILE
Liverpool 1980 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Mountford Hall, Liverpool University, Liverpool, UK; February 6, 1980. Very good soundboard.

For those who need an introduction… Rockpile were a British rock and roll group of the late 1970s and early 1980s, noted for their strong rockabilly and power pop influences, and as a foundational influence on new wave. The band consisted of Dave Edmunds (vocals, guitar), Nick Lowe (vocals, bass guitar), Billy Bremner (vocals, guitar) and Terry Williams (drums).

Post at bbchron.blogspot:

This show was particularly notable for the opening act, a band billed as ‘The Horace Barlow Experience”. Actually, it was Elvis Costello  & The Attractions performing incognito in an unbilled, unannounced appearance. This was the first of only two shows (the other being the following night in Bedford) where this occurred. Earlier in their career, Rockpile opened for Elvis [Costello] for many shows on his 1978 US tour, so Elvis was returning the favor here.

Thanks to craymcla for sharing the show at Dime.

Front cover post at bbchron.blogspot – Thanks!

Track 01. Sweet Little Lisa 3:42
Track 02. So It Goes 2:50
Track 03. I Knew The Bride 3:13
Track 04. Switchboard Susan 3:40
Track 05. Three Time Loser 2:51
Track 06. Trouble Boys 3:22
Track 07. Girls Talk 3:34
Track 08. Crawling From The Wreckage 3:20
Track 09. Singing The Blues 3:07
Track 10. Cracking Up 2:46
Track 11. Promised Land 3:29
Track 12. I Hear You Knockin’ 2:26
Track 13. They Called It Rock 3:47
Track 14. Ju Ju Man 4:32
Track 15. Down Down Down 4:57
Track 16. Let’s Talk About Us 4:19
56 mins

Lineup:
Dave Edmunds – guitar, vocals
Nick Lowe – bass, vocals
Billy Bremner – guitar, vocals
Terry Williams – drums

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THE COPYRIGHT MONOPOLY WARS ARE ABOUT TO REPEAT, BUT MUCH WORSE

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 26 November 2014 at

The copyright monopoly war wasn’t the war, it was the tutorial mission. The internet generation is using technology to assert its values and its place in society, and the old industrial generation is pushing back hard against irrelevance. Things are about to get much worse. By Rick Falvinge.

People sometimes ask me when I started questioning if the copyright monopoly laws were just, proper, or indeed sane. I respond truthfully that it was about 1985, when we were sharing music on cassette tapes and the copyright industry called us thieves, murderers, rapists, arsonists, and genocidals for manufacturing our own copies without their permission.

Politicians didn’t care about the issue, but handwaved away the copyright industry by giving them private taxation rights on cassette tapes, a taxation right that would later infest anything with digital storage capacity, ranging from games consoles to digital cameras.

Click here for the article.

VARIOUS – ULTIMATE CONCERT FOR WORLD PEACE! 2014 VOL 3

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 25 November 2014 at

VARIOUS
The Ultimate Concert For World Peace! Vol 3
Featuring Los Straightjackets with Deke Dickerson [no label, 2CD]
Live at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill, Burbank, CA; November 15, 2014. Very good audience stereo.

On November 11 (Veterans Day), The Concert For Valor 2014 was held at the Mall in Washington, DC and drew as many as 800,000 people, not to mention the millions who watched it on TV.

A few days later, over at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill in Burbank, CA, and with only a fraction of the crowd, The Ultimate Concert For World Peace! was held, featuring The Olde Lamplighter, The Outta Sites, The Dave & Deke Combo and Los Staightjackets with Deke Dickerson.

Thanks to hitwitstuff2 for sharing the show at Dime.

hitwitstuff2 noted: “The headliner event of this historic concert! The mighty Los Straightjackets by themselves and with vocals and/or guitar from the master of ceremonies himself, Mr Deke Dickerson.”

Lineage:
Core Sound mic’s > Zoom H4N > Audacity
flac files created with Switch

Disc 1
Track 301. Pacifica 2:53
Track 302. untitled 2:26
Track 303. banter 0:33
Track 304. Casbah 3:26
Track 305. banter 0:33
Track 306. You Send Me 3:14
Track 307. Sing Sing Sing 4:33
Track 308. banter 0:31
Track 309. I’ll Go Crazy 1:45
Track 310. banter 0:19
Track 311. Honky Tonk 3:02
Track 312. Perfidia 3:04
Track 313. California Sun 2:53
Track 314. banter 0:42
Track 315. Red River Valley 2:24
Track 316. Move On Down The Line 3:10
Track 317. banter 1:00
Track 318. Fury 1:44
Track 319. Calhoun Surf 1:44
Track 320. untitled 2:52
43 mins

Disc 2
Track 321. Tequila 2:19
Track 322. Bus Stop 2:53
Track 323. untitled 2:54
Track 324. Intro Deke 0:38
Track 325. Double Shot of My Babys Love 2:47
Track 326. banter 0:43
Track 327. untitled 2:18
Track 328. banter 0:51
Track 329. Miserlou 2:35
Track 330. Sammy Davis Jr 2:43
Track 331. You Can Count On Me 2:06
Track 332. banter 0:47
Track 333. Kwanga 2:26
Track 334. banter 1:37
Track 335. Do You Wanna Dance 4:12
Track 336. crowd 1:24
Track 337. Batman 2:48
Track 338. crowd 0:22
Track 339. Rawhide 2:40
Track 340. banter 0:35
Track 341. Surfer Bird 2:30
42 mins

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HORROR IN A BOTTLE

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 25 November 2014 at

Finally, one of Critic After Dark Noel Vera’s favorite Filipino horrors – Mario O’Hara’s Halimaw sa Banga (Monster In A Jar, 1986). It’s one of Noel’s most indefensible picks: a classic, though some will wonder why…

For the record: Mario O’Hara’s Halimaw sa Banga (Monster In A Jar, 1986), second half of an ominbus horror film, was awarded 3rd Best Picture at the 1986 Metro Manila Film Festival – a controversial decision.

Controversial because the judges had not awarded a first and second best picture – Juror Tingting Cojuangco declared that “No one of the seven entries deserved these awards.” Reading from a prepared statement, she added that the entries “failed to reinforce and inculcate positive Filipino values by portraying negative stereotypes, imitating foreign films, and perpetuating commercially-oriented movies.”

Click here for the article.

THE CARS – TORONTO 1978

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 24 November 2014 at

THE  CARS
Toronto 1978 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the El Mocambo, Toronto, Canada; September 14, 1978. King Biscuit Flower Hour, aired on October 13, 1978. Excellent Pre-FM radio broadcast.

Ric Ocasek’s artful pop sounds drove The Cars, new wave’s fastest, most consistent success. Although the group initially got the critics’ nod for Ocasek’s cooly detached stance and the smoothly burnished keyboard-and-guitar-laced hooks, in retrospect, The Cars were essentially the new wave model of a Top 40 hit machine. That their oft-centre pop sensibility found expression in a series of original and frequently-aired music videos, especially You Might Think, made them, for a time, one of America’s top bands. – Rolling Stone

Thanks to maxtheblues for sharing the show on the net.

Track 01. Good Times Roll 5:20
Track 02. Bye Bye Love 4:16
Track 03. Night Spots 4:23
Track 04. My Best Friend’s Girl 3:50
Track 05. Moving In Stereo 5:40
Track 06. Since I Held You 3:57
Track 07. Take What You Want 7:24
Track 08. They Won’t See You 4:22
Track 09. Don’t Cha Stop 3:47
Track 10. Just What I Needed 5:40
Track 11. Candy-O 2:39
Track 12. You’re All I’ve Got Tonight 4:35

Lineup:
Ric Ocasek – vocals, guitar
Ben Orr – bass, vocals
David Robinson – drums
Elliot Easton – guitar
Greg Hawkes – keyboards

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VARIOUS – ULTIMATE CONCERT FOR WORLD PEACE! 2014 VOL 2

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 24 November 2014 at

VARIOUS
The Ultimate Concert For World Peace! Vol 2
The Dave & Deke Combo [no label, 1CD]
Live at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill, Burbank, CA; November 15, 2014. Very good audience stereo.

On November 11 (Veterans Day), The Concert For Valor 2014 was held at the Mall in Washington, DC and drew as many as 800,000 people, not to mention the millions who watched it on TV.

A few days later, over at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill in Burbank, CA, and with only a fraction of the crowd, The Ultimate Concert For World Peace! was held, featuring The Olde Lamplighter, The Outta Sites, The Dave & Deke Combo and Los Staightjackets with Deke Dickerson.

Thanks to hitwitstuff2 for sharing the show at Dime.

hitwitstuff2 noted:

All in the cause of World Peace, Dave & Deke [that’s Dave Stuckey and Deke Dickerson] buried the hatchet and reunited for this very special show. Nobody but them knows why they buried the hatchet. It was a good hatchet and could have come in handy this winter, but when Dave and Deke get together… well, boys will be boys… Loads of fun was has by all. Did a lot of guessing on this set list.

Lineage:
Core Sound mic’s > Zoom H4N > Audacity
flac files created with Switch

Track 201. Intro  0:41
Track 202. Tally Ho 2:35
Track 203. banter 0:37
Track 204. I’m Too Lazy 2:42
Track 205. Hillbilly Boogie 2:24
Track 206. Chrome Dome 2:41
Track 207. Wild Woman 3:07
Track 208. Meet Me At The Stable 2:54
Track 209. Henpecked Peckerwood 3:08
Track 210. banter 2:11
Track 211. Snatchin’ And Grabbin’ 2:26
Track 212. banter 0:49
Track 213. Hillbilly Twist 2:57
Track 214. banter 0:39
Track 215. Any Day’s A Good Day 2:41
Track 216. Sparkletones cover 2:20
Track 217. banter 1:33
Track 218. Salty Boogie 2:29
Track 219. banter 0:51
Track 220. Chew Tobacco Rag 2:29
Track 221. band intro 2:23
Track 222. In The Meadow 3:09
Track 223. banter 0:54
Track 224. Effin And Hamboning 1:13
Track 225. Kissing Cousins 2:32
Track 226. Baby’s Hot Rod 2:39
Track 227. closing theme 0:27
56 mins

Lineup:
Dave Stuckey – vocals, acoustic guitar
Deke Dickerson – vocals, lead guitar
Lloyd Martin – upright bass #1
Shorty Poole – steel guitar, upright bass #2
Chris “Sugarballs” Sprague – drums, vocals
[Yeah, double upright bass on songs with no steel guitar!]

Click here for the tracks.

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – LOS ANGELES 1980 (Mike Millard Master Vol 6)

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 23 November 2014 at

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
Los Angeles 1980
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol 6 [Mike Millard first gen via JEMS, 3CD]
Live at the Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA; November 1, 1980. Very good audience recording.

Thanks to Mike Millard for the recording; JEMS for the efforts; and to mjk5510 for sharing this at Dime.

Original notes:

That puts our attention on this welcome addition, an outstanding, epic-length River show filled with special moments. Brucebase lists two recording sources for the show, one an incomplete tape missing several songs and a second that’s “complete, but not known to be in general circulation.” We presume Millard’s recording to be that uncirculated complete source, as he captures nearly every second of the performance.

A whopping 17 River tracks feature here, including the premiere of “Fade Away,” with a lovely and lilting intro, the last song from the album to enter the setlist. It comes one night after the premiere of “The Price You Pay,” but that was with the original album lyrics. Tonight, for the first time, Springsteen restores his original third verse (“some say forget the past…”) from early in the River sessions and later replaced for the take on the album. The song is performed in a striking acoustic guitar and accordion arrangement.

Disc 1
Track 101. Born To Run 5:18
Track 102. Out In The Street 4:54
Track 103. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 7:14
Track 104. Darkness On The Edge Of Town 5:24
Track 105. Independence Day 5:57
Track 106. Factory 5:24
Track 107. For You 5:18
Track 108. Two Hearts 3:09
Track 109. Jackson Cage 4:37
Track 110. Promised Land 7:24
Track 111. Prove It All Night 10:21
Track 112. The Price You Pay 8:07
Track 113. The River 6:35
80 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Badlands 5:48
Track 202. Thunder Road 6:40
Track 203. No Money Down/Cadillac Ranch 7:08
Track 204. Hungry Heart 5:13
Track 205. Fire 5:14
Track 206. Candy’s Room 3:15
Track 207. Because The Night 6:45
Track 208. Fade Away 8:03
Track 209. Stolen Car 4:58
Track 210. The Ties That Bind 3:43
Track 211. Wreck On The Highway 4:34
Track 212. Point Blank 8:37
Track 213. Crush On You 3:44
Track 214. Ramrod 4:23
78 mins

Disc 3
Track 301. You Can Look 4:32
Track 302. Drive All Night 11:12
Track 303. Backstreets 7:46
Track 304. Rosalita 14:30
Track 305. Jungleland 9:43
Track 306. Sweet Little Sixteen (with Jackson Browne) 4:07
Track 307. Detroit Medley/I Hear a Train/Wabash Cannonball 10:54
63 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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