Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 28 May 2015 at

Syracuse 1972 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Manley Field House, Syracuse, NY; April 7, 1972. Very good soundboard or Pre-FM.

It’s been said that the show’s opening jam was inspired by the Allman Brothers (Dr John opened for them; other acts included Nighttripper and Ophan) but for the fans, it must have been a treat as Dr John previewed Iko Iko and Little Liza Jane, both of which were found on Dr John’s Gumbo, which would only be released on April 20, 1972.

Thanks to carville for sharing the show at Dime.

Thanks also to Danilo Jans for the artwork, posted at rockrarecollectionfetish.

soundboard or pre-fm > ? > reel @ 7.5ips (1973, from Syracuse area trader, this is probably a 2nd gen) >Akai 6X 4000-D > Numark 20 band EQ > HHB CDR 830 > EAC > boosted left channel 5.25 db in Coll Edit Pro 2.0 > cdwav (reel and transfer from allsoundz)

Track 01. Croker Courtbullion (Intro Jam) 2:40
Track 02. Gris Gris Gumbo Ya Ya 6:15
Track 03. Craney Crow 6:35
Track 04. Familiar Reality 5:48
Track 05. Keep On Keepin’ On 4:06
Track 06. Rock ‘n’ Roll Has Got A Beat 2:40
Track 07. Let The Good Times Roll 4:12
Track 08. I Walk On Gilded Splinters/Zu Zu Mamou 8:53
Track 09. Iko Iko (cuts in)/Band Introductions 3:22
Track 10. Little Liza Jane (cuts in) 2:30
Track 11. Mardi Gras Day 6:33
Track 12. Wang Dang Doodle 5:32
Track 13. Instrumental 1:41
61 mins

Dr John – guitar, piano, vocals
Ken Klimak – guitar
Fred Staehle – drums, percussion
Jimmy Calhoun – bass
Robbie Montgomery – vocals
Jessica Smith – vocals
Paul Hornsby – Hammond B-3 organ ?
Jaimoe – percussion

Click here for the tracks.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 27 May 2015 at

Boston 1995 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Avalon, Boston, MA; March 13, 1995. Fairly to very good audience recording.

There are very few live Carly Simon shows and the reason is that Simon does not like to fly and she is very “wary about performing.” She said: “It’s a scary thing to do. Public speaking is like the No. 1 fear over death.”

Thanks to the taper; and to shopkin527 for sharing the show at Dime.

shopkin527 noted: “Moderate crowd noise… excised several moments of close-up audience noise between songs… and several instances of static mic cable noise in one channel have been patched as two channel mono.”

Picture posted at – Thanks.

Digital Audience Stereo
Tascam DA-20 > Tascam CD-RW900
DAT Master > DAT Clone > CDR > EAC secure > Adobe Audition (light EQ, edits, levels, normalize) > CD Wave (tracks) > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Take Me Out To The Ball Game 2:47
Track 102. Anticipation 5:02
Track 103. Haven’t Got Time For The Pain 5:34
Track 104. I’ve Got To Have You 6:26
Track 105. Letters Never Sent 4:08
Track 106. We Have No Secrets 4:52
Track 107. Coming Around Again 6:34
Track 108. Halfway ‘Round The World 5:08
Track 109. intros 9:26
Track 110. Penny (Jerry & Katreese Barnes) 4:15
Track 111. Dueling Basses (Jerry Barnes & Doug Wimbish) 3:29
58 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Let The River Run 4:37
Track 202. He Was Too Good To Me 3:04
Track 203. Mustang Sally (with Sally Taylor – vocals) 7:19
Track 204. De Bat (Fly In Me Face) (with Sally Taylor – vocals) 5:03
Track 205. Nobody Does It Better 4:27
Track 206. Legend In Your Own Time 4:07
Track 207. You Belong To Me 4:56
Track 208. Touched By The Sun 5:42
Track 209. ovation and Livingston Taylor intro 2:37
Track 210. I Belong (Livingston Taylor) 3:49
Track 211. Over The Rainbow (with Livingston Taylor) 4:27
Track 212. You’re So Vain 5:31
56 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 27 May 2015 at

Most American soldiers died fighting foes who posed no threat to the United States. These soldiers died for the One Percent’s bottom line. By Paul Craig Roberts.

Memorial Day (celebrated in the United States on the last Sunday of May) commemorates soldiers killed in war. We are told that the war dead died for us and our freedom. US Marine General Smedley Butler challenged this view. He said that our soldiers died for the profits of the bankers, Wall Street, Standard Oil, and the United Fruit Company.

The Soviet Union was a partial check on capitalist looting in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. However, with the Soviet collapse capitalist looting intensified during the Clinton, Bush, and Obama regimes. Neoliberal Globalization is now looting its own constituent parts and the planet itself.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 26 May 2015 at

Australia 2014 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Civic Theatre, Newcastle, Australia; May 17, 2014. Fairly good audience recording, slight echo.

Here is someone you don’t normally find being shared or torrented but if you are into ’70s and early ’80s pop, songs such as You Make Me Feel Like Dancing, When I Need You and More Than I Can Say were radio staples. (Though born in Sussex, UK, Sayer became an Australian in 2009.)

Thanks to woffDLV for sharing the show at Dime.

CA14 cards > CA9100 > Roland-R05 (24/48) > PC > Cool Edit Pro (minor editing**, track splits, downsample to 16/44.1) > TLH > FLAC (level 8, aligned on SB)

** some between song banter increased by 3-6dB

Track 02. band intros and chat 2:50
Track 03. Train 4:11
Track 04. chat 2:06
Track 05. Dreamin’ 3:04
Track 06. Leo taking pictures and chatting 2:05
Track 07. Thunder in My Heart 4:43
Track 08. When I Need You 5:52
Track 09. Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) 4:01
Track 10. chat and intro to others rejoining 3:43

With Russell Morris, Joe Camilleri and Richard Clapton
Track 11. You Make Me Feel Like Dancing 3:07
Track 12. Hush 4:25
Track 13. Shape I’m In 5:00
Track 14. I Am An Island 7:14
Track 15. encore break 1:49
Track 16. Good Times 4:51
62 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 26 May 2015 at

The eyes have it, especially when a young woman sets her sight on her father’s lover in Yim Pil-Sung’s Scarlet Innocence (2014), a sad and surreal tale of access, lust and greed. Stephen Tan reviews.

Live fast, die young and leave a good-looking corpse – that only seems to apply to a select group of people (in real life, they are usually called celebs) but not for Professor Hak-Kyu. For the prof, he’s not dead yet – in fact, he’s having a rather good game hitting one out of three.

Having a wife and a teenage daughter has not stopped Hak-kyu from womanising, drinking and gambling. With his good looks and solid body, one gets the feeling that he prides himself with getting any woman he wants without much of a hassle. Only that he doesn’t want to leave his family for any of the women.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 25 May 2015 at

Lost California Performances – Irvine 1975 [JF Archive Series No. 5 via JEMS, 1CD]
Live at Crawford Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA; June 6, 1975 (11 pm/late show). Fairly to very good audience recording.

If you are a fan, this series is both a revelation and a wonderful find. Thanks to taper JF; BK; JEMS; and mjk5510 for sharing the show at Dime.

The 11 pm show at Crawford Hall mirrors most of the early-show setlist, staying in the same bluesy lane with covers of Mose Allison’s “One Of These Days” and Leadbelly’s “Sweet Mary Blues.” The one new addition is “You Move Me.” If anything, Van is shouting even more as the night wears on, culminating in another epic “St Dominic’s Preview” that again references Lou Reed’s “Walk On The Wild Side” and the Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” The set-closing “Moondance” also gets tagged with a bit of Peggy Lee’s “Fever.”

Source: unknown recorder > unknown microphone
JEMS 2015 Transfer: JF master Memorex cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A (azimuth adjustment) > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX4 > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5 > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

Track 01. Alright OK 4:06
Track 02. One Of These Days 4:54
Track 03. Wild Night 6:40
Track 04. Sweet Mary Blues 7:22
Track 05. TB Sheets 6:57
Track 06. You Move Me 5:34
Track 07. I’ve Been Working 14:17
Track 08. Domino 4:58
Track 09. Brown Eyed Girl 5:29
Track 10. St Dominic’s Preview Medley 13:26
Track 11. Gloria 4:03
Track 12. Moondance/Fever 5:28
84 mins

Overburn to keep all the tracks onto one audio disc.

Van Morrison- vocals
John Blakely – guitar
Mark T Jordan – keyboards
David Hayes – bass
Tony Dey – drums

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 May 2015 at

New York 1981 [no label, 1CD]
Live at The Ritz, New York, NY; October 13, 1981 (late show). Very good FM broadcast.

In their day, Black Uhuru had two of the slickest and hottest rhythm section/producers around – Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. Four days after this New York gig, Black Uhuru became one of the first groups (if not the first) to play at Germany’s Rockpalast Festival. According to Jahre Rockpalast, one of the band’s guitarists had to learn about German thoroughness and intolerance while going through customs at the Dusseldorf Airport. He was so thoroughly ‘examined’ that he ended up in the hospital. [Vocalist Puma Jones died of cancer in 1990. She was 36.]

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Thanks to taper markp; and to bleroy for sharing the tracks at Dime.

FM; transfer from master cassette, tracks 1 & 2 from 2nd gen cassette (MC > C > cdr)

Track 01. Introduction by Frankie Crocker 0:36
Track 02. Shine Eye Gal/Plastic Smile 9:05
Track 03. Puff She Puff 5:58
Track 04. I Love King Selassie 5:33
Track 05. Youths of Elgington 5:16
Track 06. Push Push 4:48
Track 07. General Penitentiary 4:37
Track 08. Happiness Is/The Whole World Is Africa 9:45
Track 09. Sponji Reggae 7:15
Track 10. Sensimilla 7:35
Track 11. crowd/MC 0:53
Track 12. Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner/Abortion/DJ outro 14:31
76 mins

Puma Jones – vocals
Michael Rose – vocals
Duckie Simpson – vocals
Sly Dunbar – drums
Robbie Shakespeare – bass
Sky Juica – percussion
Derryl Thompson – guitar
Billy Johnean – guitar
Bubler – keyboards

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 May 2015 at

Offenburg 2014 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the 29th Jazzdor Festival, Reithalle, Offenburg, Germany; November 14, 2014. Very good satellite broadcast.

The latter part of 2014 saw Douglas and Lovano launching a 22-date tour across the United States and Europe with their co-led quintet Sound Prints featuring pianist Lawrence Fields, bassist Linda Oh and drummer Joey Baron. Sound Prints take their inspiration from the music of Shorter – the band’s name is a nod to his classic “Footprints” – however, the quintet’s focus is on new original compositions by Lovano and Douglas, as well as new Shorter compositions in direct collaboration with Shorter himself. The band is fueled by a desire to push the boundaries of their music as far as they can stretch, similar to the expansive role Shorter has played in jazz since his debut with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers in 1959.

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Thanks to unclewolfi for sharing the show at Dime.

Thanks also to Lewojazz for the artwork.

source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/256 kbps) [radio station – dlf]

Disc 1
Track 101. Sound Prints/Sprints – Part A 8:20
Track 102. Sound Prints/Sprints – Part B 18:01
Track 103. To Sail Beyound The Sunset – Part A 10:41
Track 104. To Sail Beyound The Sunset – Part B 8:55
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Destination Unknown 11:36
Track 202. Weatherman 13:45
Track 203. Ups And Downs 9:06
Track 204. Power Ranger 12:08
47 mins

Dave Douglas – trumpet
Joe Lovano – tenor saxophone
Lawrence Fields – piano
Linda Oh – bass
Joey Baron – drums

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 May 2015 at

It’s a US$545-million fine and a three-year probation for UBS for rigging FX markets. By Tyler Durden.

UBS was “confounded” on May 15, 2015 when the Justice Department decided to void a 2012 agreement under which the bank would escape prosecution for its role in manipulating the world’s most important benchmark rate in exchange for ratting out its FX rigging co-conspirators.

As a reminder, the DoJ is set to extract guilty pleas from a number of TBTF (Too Big To Fail) banks sometime in the supposedly near future. The settlements were supposed to have been announced last week but because that didn’t give banks enough time to negotiate all of the fine print and SEC waivers that will serve to strip the agreements of any and all meaning, the announcements had to be postponed.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 23 May 2015 at

Los Angeles 1968/San Remo 1966 [no label, 2CD]
Live atat the Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA; May 31, 1968 and June 1, 1968. Fairly good audience recording. Live at the 16th San Remo Festival, Casino‚ Municipale, Salone Delle Feste, San Remo, Italy; January 27 and 28, 1966. Very good radio broadcast.

Thanks to Philip Cohen, we had previously shared the 1968 Los Angeles shows via the Goldtone CD release of Last Rave-Up In LA (click here). The tracks here are taken from the vinyl and tape source. As a bonus, we have added the four Yardbirds tracks from the 1966 San Remo shows.

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Thanks to taper David Cole; Thomas aka DocDondy and to watchit for sharing the 1968 Shrine shows at Dime.

Thanks also to 38f’s father who recorded 1966 San Remo shows; and to 38f for sharing the tracks at Dime in 2007.

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Los Angeles – Disc 1: Tracks 1-10 from vinyl “Last Rave Up in LA,” transferred using Music Hall turntable, Adcom preamp and Cakewalk ADC. Tracks 11-14 from November 2009 tape source torrent sped up ~7%… to match vinyl speed.
Los Angeles – Disc 2:Tracks 1-4 from November 2009 tape source torrent sped up ~3% to match vinyl speed. Tracks 4-10 from vinyl “Last Rave Up in LA” with tape source patches between most tracks.

San Remo: Master reel to reel > revox >  amplifiers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac

Disc 1
First night; May 31, 1968
Track 101. The Train Kept a-Rollin 3:24
Track 102. You’re a Better Man Than I 5:11
Track 103. Heart Full of Soul 2:39
Track 104. Dazed and Confused 8:23
Track 105. Shapes of Things 2:56
Track 106. I’m a Man 13:39
Track 107. White Summer 6:44
Track 108. Smokestack Lightning 7:29
Track 109. I’m Waiting for the Man 4:42
Track 110. Bye Bye Bird 5:59
Track 111. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago 3:24
Track 112. Drinking Muddy Water 4:05
Track 113. NYC Blues (aborted) 2:39
Track 114. I Wish You Would 7:24
79 mins

Disc 2
Second night; June 1, 1968
Track 201. introduction 0:54
Track 202. The Train Kept a-Rollin 3:23
Track 203. You’re a Better Man Than I 5:42
Track 204. Heart Full of Soul 2:31
Track 205. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago 3:1
Track 206. I Wish You Would-Hey Gyp 13:11
Track 207. Drinking Muddy Water 3:42
Track 208. NYC Blues (Become My Friend) 5:34
Track 209. I Ain’t Done Wrong 7:13
Track 210. Over Under Sideways Down 1:58

San Remo; January 27, 1966
Track 211 Paff Bum (radio signal issues at the beginning) 2:59
Track 212 Questa Volta 2:40

San Remo; January 28, 1966
Track 213 Questa Volta (with extended lyrics) 2:41
Track 214 Paff Bum 2:48
59 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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