Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 30 August 2016 at

San Francisco 1970 [no label, 1CD]
Family Dog at the Beach, San Francisco, CA; August 1, 1970, new source from reel to reel. Very good audience recording. Slight hiss.

Thanks to original uploader 38f; and to amellowsoul for keeping the show alive at Dime.

38f note in 2006:

OK, two words about this fantastic show. This is one of the best QMS audience recordings in circulation, it sounds often like a soundboard… I finally located my 1st generation reel to reel of this show, and it sounds slightly better than the copies in circulation, and finally it has not all the drops and glitches in Who Do You Love, often noticed on other tapes of this show… The version of Who do you love is one of the best ever heard, 35 minutes long!

Tom S noted:

I wish I could share more QMS. A big favorite band, from ’66 – ’70. Gary Duncan issued a bunch of shows, making them now official releases. In truth, all he did was download my, 38f and Davmar torrents, slap them on cheap CDs, with no liner notes or information. He also mixed them to turn down John Cipollina’s guitar, while turning his up. Didn’t pay anyone else, or their estates, any money he makes off of them. While he has a total right to do so, I just wished it was done right, instead of the very shady way, and very bitter emails to me about way [sic] he went about it. I have, and always will have, the shows before his releases, due to his mixings. However, those can’t be shared on Dime anymore.

All credit and thanks goes to 38f for sharing this. His version of this show easily sounded the best of all other versions that went around.

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1st generation reel to reel > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 audio equalizer > tascam audio cdrw750 > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac

Track 01. The Hat (I’d Rather Be Lonely) (fades in) 6:09
Track 02. Freeway Flyer 6:16
Track 03. You Can’t Come With Me (sometimes introduced as I Believe) 6:39
Track 04. Cobra 4:53
Track 05. Who Do You Love 34:54
One really light glitch around 17:00; one around 19:00 and one drop around 22:16.
59 mins

Dino Valenti – guitar, vocals
John Cipollina – guitar
Gary Duncan – guitar, vocals
David Freiberg – bass, vocals
Gregory Elmore
– drums

Click here for the tracks.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 29 August 2016 at

Hall’s Island, MN 2016 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Hall’s Island, Minneapolis, MN; August 20, 2016. Very good FM broadcast.

Wilco is a Chicago sextet formed by singer-songwriter and guitarist Jeff Tweedy in the mid-1990s. The band’s current lineup solidified in 2004 when guitarist Nels Cline and guitarist/keyboardist Patrick Sansone joined Tweedy, founding bassist John Stirratt, drummer Glenn Kotche and keyboardist Mikael Jorgensen. Wilco’s brand of classic roots rock incorporates folk, pop and genre-spanning experimentalism. Wilco’s most recent album, Star Wars, was released July 16, 2015.

It started with Star Wars and ended with an intimate show under the stars.

Wilco dazzled thousands of fans at Hall’s Island on Saturday night in northeast Minneapolis, showcasing their stylistic diversity and robust catalog that spans two decades. Some of the set was predictable, while other songs and arrangements can’t be found on the internet. Those in attendance got their money’s worth and then some…

The summer air was cool as Wilco tore into songs from their latest, including “The Joke Explained,” “Random Name Generator,” and “More.” From there, they launched into a greatest-hits onslaught with “I Am Trying to Break Your Heart.” Frontman Jeff Tweedy sang about the Bible black pre-dawn just before the sun set – a daily event Tweedy claims he writes Yelp reviews for. He considered ours solid, if not unspectacular, though mentioned that playing the Twin Cities always feels like a hometown gig.

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Thanks to perks for sharing the show at Dime.

89.3 FM broadcast > Sony DA-3000ES > Tascam DR-07 @ 24/48
Transfer: Sandisk 16 GB SDcard > HP Pavilion > 24bit WAV > Sony Sound Forge 9.0e > CDWave Editor > Trader’s Little Helper > FLAC16

Disc 1
Track 101. More * 3:02
Track 102. Random Name Generator * 4:19
Track 103. The Joke Explained * 2:40
Track 104. I Am Trying to Break Your Heart 6:01
Track 105. Art of Almost 7:27
Track 106. Pickled Ginger * 2:39
Track 107. Hummingbird 3:53
Track 108. Handshake Drugs 6:25
Track 109. Cold Slope/King Of You * 5:59
Track 110. Via Chicago 5:41
Track 111. Spiders 12:17
Track 112. If I Ever Was A Child 3:20
Track 113. Jesus Etc 4:30
69 mins

* Tracks from Star Wars

Disc 2
Track 201. Locator 3:20
Track 202. Box Full of Letters 3:36
Track 203. Heavy Metal Drummer 3:10
Track 204. I’m the Man Who Loves You 3:53
Track 205. Impossible Germany 8:14
Track 206. The Late Greats 4:49
Track 207. Red-Eyed and Blue 1:25
Track 208. I Got You (At the End of the Century) 4:09
Track 209. Outtasite (Out of Mind) 5:58
Track 210. Misunderstood 4:02
Track 211. It’s Just That Simple 4:35
Track 212. War on War 3:42
Track 213. Passenger Side 3:42
Track 214. I’m Always in Love 4:22
Track 215. California Stars 4:56
Track 216. A Shot in the Arm 4:30
69 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 28 August 2016 at

A Tribute To Quincy Jones [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; August 22, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

BBC Prom from the Royal Albert Hall which celebrates the career of composer, arranger, producer, conductor and all-round musical genius Quincy Jones.

Jules Buckley and his Metropole Orkest lead the festivities on stage, celebrating Quincy’s compositions, arrangements and productions from a career that has lasted over half a century. The musical and orchestral journey looks back at Quincy’s early film and TV scores as well as his collaborations with the likes of Count Basie and Ray Charles, along with his momentous and iconic production work with The Brothers Johnson and Michael Jackson.

Bringing the proceedings up to date is a line-up of inventive and prodigious multi-instrumentalists including R&B vocalist Laura Mvula; Quincy’s protégés Jacob Collier, Cuban pianist, composer and Grammy nominee Alfredo Rodríguez, and Cameroonian bassist, composer and vocalist Richard Bona – all showcasing brand new compositions and musical tributes to one of the most influential jazz artists of the 20th century.

Presented by Clemency Burton-Hill and Clarke Peters.

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Thanks to SpiritOfSolace for sharing the HDTV broadcast on the net.

Disc 1
Track 100. Introduction 4:31
Track 101. Medley – Roots Mural/Ironside/Sanford & Son 5:31
Track 102. Chump Change 3:41
Track 103. Theme from The Pawnbroker [Laura Mvula] 2:54
Track 104. I Can’t Stop Loving You 4:30
Track 105. In the Real Early Morning [Jacob Collier] 9:30
Track 106. The Color Purple – The Separation 2:48
Track 107. Please Don’t Stop [Richard Bona] 4:56
Track 108. Manteca 7:58
Track 109. Call Me Mister Tibbs [Alfredo Rodriguez] 6:27
Track 110. Soul Bossa Nova 2:48
Track 111. Interview 4:40
61 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Mirage-Shoot to Kill 2:42
Track 202. Meteorite [Alfredo Rodriguez] 4:22
Track 203. Just Once [Richard Bona] 5:08
Track 204. Stuff Like That [gospel/R&B vocal ensemble] 5:24
Track 205. Stomp! [gospel/R&B vocal ensemble] 5:28
Track 206. Wee B Doin’ It 2:43
Track 207. Human Nature [Jacob Collier] 5:58
Track 208. Billie Jean [Cory Henry] 8:12
Track 209. Money Runner 3:15
Track 210. Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ [Laura Mvula] 11:14
Track 211. Let The Good Times Roll 6:58
62 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 28 August 2016 at

Tokyo 1987 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Café Romantische, Tokyo, Japan; November 21, 1987. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to firusan for sharing the show at Dime.

firusan noted:

Given that John Zorn lived in Tokyo for a number of years, it’s surprising that there aren’t many recordings from that period, as I assume he must have been playing frequently. This is the only one that I have ever found that I got in a great trade a while back (Thanks Mike!). It’s a nice sounding trio set with Zorn, Derek Bailey and Japanese drummer Sabu Toyozumi. I always find Sabu really shines in these kind of small group improv settings and Derek and John sound… like Derek and John. The recording is pretty good, though a bit harsh on the high end.

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Unknown Source > FLAC files via Internet > Audacity/Ozone 5/RX4 (editing/mastering) > TLH (flac)

Track 01. Untitled 1 – Part A 14:19
Track 02. Untitled 1 – Part B 11:45
Track 03. Untitled 2 12:58
Track 04. Untitled 3 16:13
Track 05. Untitled 4 – Part A 10:22
Track 06. Untitled 4 – Part B 10:07
Track 07. Untitled 5 5:00
81 mins

Tracks 1 and 5 have been arbitrarily split for easier access.

Derek Bailey – guitar
John Zorn – alto sax
Sabu Toyozumi – drums

Click here for the tracks.



Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 28 August 2016 at

The final word on Ferdinand Marcos’ corpse has yet to be said. A continuing story… For now, here’s something for your amusement. By Christopher Brauchli.

We interrupt [US] election news just long enough to bring you breaking news of Ferdinand Marcos, deceased. As corpses’ sojourns go, his has been one of the most enduring, due in large part to the devoted attention of his wife, Imelda. To long-time readers of this column, apologies are in order since some of what is described today was reported 10 years ago in this very space.

Ferdinand moved to Hawaii in 1986, having been overthrown as president of the Philippines in a People Power Revolution. His move was assisted by President Ronald Reagan who arranged for the United States Air Force to provide two US Air Force C-141s to carry the Marcos family, its retainers and belongings to Hawaii. Sadly, Mr Marcos’s sojourn there was cut short by his death on September 28, 1989. His death marked the end of one adventure but the beginning of another, an adventure that will end on September 18, 2016, when he will come to rest in the Heroes Cemetery in Manila.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 27 August 2016 at

Rare Frankie 2 [Linea, 1CD]
Outtakes, rarities and radio/TV broadcast (?). Fairly to very good soundboard, radio/TV broadcasts (?).

This Linea boot collects rare tracks from his Columbia years to later period.

Track 01. Once In Love With Amy 3:06
Track 02. Love Means Love (with Rosemary Clooney) 3:08
Track 03. You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (with Judy Garland) 2:23
Track 04. The Lady Is A Tramp (with Ella Fitzgerald) 4:43
Track 05. All By Myself (live) 4:19
Track 06. Sinatra Overture (Barry Manilow) 5:23
Track 07. Your Hit Parade Radio Show Intro 1:39
Track 08. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (radio check) 2:01
Track 09. Fools Rush In (Tommy Dorsey) 3:13
Track 10. All The Way (with Celine Dion) 3:55
Track 11. Celebrating Sinatra (Joe Lovano) 7:00
Track 12. Judy Garland and Bing Crosby on Frankie 2:21
Track 13. Love Me Tender (with Elvis Presley) 1:45
Track 14. One For My Baby (first take run-through) 4:04
Track 15. Style Studio Chatter 2:15
Track 16. Take Me Out To The Ballgame (with Gene Kelly) 2:16
Track 17. The Bells Of Christmas 3:43
Track 18. The Twelve Days Of Christmas 4:31
Track 19. New York, New York (with Gene Kelly and Jules Munshin) 4:09
Track 20. I’ve Seen Everything (The Trash Can Sinatras, live) 2:56
Track 21. Medley (instrumental) 7:26
77 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 27 August 2016 at

Cleveland 1980 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH; January 28, 1980. Very good soundboard/FM.

The Babys is a British rock group best known for their songs “Isn’t It Time” and “Every Time I Think of You”. The group signed a contract that was the highest ever for a new music act at the time. Two studio albums, The Babys and Broken Heart, went without incident and were well received. However, when recording Head First in August 1978, Michael Corby was replaced by Jonathan Cain as keyboardist and Ricky Phillips took over as bassist. From 1979 until the breakup in 1981, The Babys’ lineup consisted of vocalist John Waite, drummer Tony Brock, bassist Phillips, guitarist Wally Stocker, and keyboardist Cain.

In a 1979 Hit Parader magazine interview, Waite stated,

“The name was meant to be a joke. We took the name simply because the record companies wouldn’t listen to any bands they thought were rock & roll. I mean, they wanted sure-fire teen bands, pre-teen bands. We couldn’t get anybody down to hear us to get a record deal, so we called ourselves The Babys. We thought we’d keep the name just for two weeks. Then, the word got around in London that there was a band playing rock & roll called The Babys and it seemed so off the wall, so completely crazy, that it was worth taking a shot with. It really appealed to everyone’s sense of humor.”

John Waite went on to produce a major solo hit, “Missing You”, in 1984. Stocker and Brock worked with Rod Stewart and other mainstream artists including Elton John and Air Supply. Cain left to join Journey. Waite, Cain and Phillips joined Bad English in the late 1980s.

During a performance in Cincinnati on 9 December 1980 (the day after John Lennon had been murdered), John Waite was pulled from the stage by an overzealous fan during an encore and seriously injured his knee. Following a subsequent final performance by the group in Akron, Ohio, the remainder of the tour was cancelled, and the group disbanded following the tour. Although different members of the group have given various reasons for the band’s demise, the general issue seems to have been disillusionment that the group never really achieved the success they felt they deserved given the quality of their albums and live shows. Waite later mused, “We were better than people thought we were.” – wikipedia

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Thanks to wh0snext for sharing the show at Dime.

Track 01. Money 4:03
Track 02. Broken Heart 4:28
Track 03. Anytime 3:32
Track 04. True Love 5:39
Track 05. California 3:58
Track 06. Turn around in Tokyo 4:07
Track 07. Everytime I think of You 2:47
Track 08. Isn’t it Time 4:03
Track 09. Midnight Rendezvous 3:57
Track 10. Piano Solo 3:00
Track 11. Back on my Feet Again 3:19
Track 12. Looking For Love 9:57
Track 13. Head First 5:09
Track 14. Run to Mexico 5:14
Track 15. Love Don’t Prove 3:03
Track 16. In Your Eyes 3:50
70 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 26 August 2016 at

Paris 1978 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Le Stadium, Paris, France; December 22, 1978 (second ever gig). Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to slimtimslide for sharing the show at Dime.

slimtimslide noted:

Audience recording of Public Image’s second ever gig – the first one, in Belgium, had been a disaster, attended by French activists intent on creating mayhem, some of whom also attended this gig to try and prevent the band from playing Belsen Was A Gas; they failed.

The band sound suprisingly good, given that both gigs were essentially low-key public rehearsals for their UK debut over Xmas at the Rainbow Theatre, London.

This recording is taken directly from the bootleg cassette that circulated in Paris immediately after the gig. As such it is longer, and better quality, than the bootleg album ‘Recorded In Paris When No One Was Looking’ which omits the encore and places ‘Religion’ in the wrong place.

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Transferred from original bootleg cassette via teac 3 head to CD-R, flacs created via Xact

Track 01. Theme 10:50
Track 02. Low Life 5:58
Track 03. Annalisa 9:13
Track 04. Religion 5:51
Track 05. Public Image One 3:38
Track 06. Belsen Was A Gas 3:20
Track 07. Attack 5:06
Track 08. Problems/Public Image Two 6:46
Track 09. Annalisa Two 8:00
59 mins

John Lydon – vocals
Keith Levene – guitar
Jah Wobble – bass
Jim Walker – drums

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 26 August 2016 at

Glastonbury 2016 [no label, 1CD]
Glastonbury Festival, West Holts Stage, Pilton, UK; June 24, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webcast).

The Ukrainian ‘ethnic chaos’ band deliver a playful mix of folk-punk. In 2014, DakhaBrakha were proclaimed by Rolling Stone magazine as “Best Breakout” of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival held in Manchester, TN.

Jon Pareles, New York Times 2014:

Nina Garenetska makes an unlikely rapper… in the Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha, she was wearing a white lace wedding dress, a tall black lamb-fur hat and half a dozen beaded necklaces. Ms. Garenetska was also holding her cello, painted with bright geometric designs.

And while Marko Halanevych played mournful accordion chords, Olena Tsibulska tapped a slow beat on a tom-tom and Iryna Kovalenko switched between twanging a jaw-harp and playing piano, Ms. Garenetska was bowing long tones on her cello and rapping verse after verse. But the lyrics weren’t urban: they were from a traditional Carpathian mountain song about a prospective bride’s less-than-stellar suitors.

That mesh of ancient and contemporary is DakhaBrakha’s mission. DakhaBrakha – which means give-take in old Ukrainian – has researched rural folk songs across Ukraine, then reshaped them: first as the house band for a theater company in Kiev, and now on the international circuit.

The songs are often from ritual occasions, like weddings and funerals. DakhaBrakha revels in the potent, sometimes pungent chordal singing and counterpoint that overlaps Eastern Europe and the Balkans; the three women’s voices, solo or merged, are at the core of the music. But the old songs are recast and kicked into gear by nontraditional rhythms and strategies.

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Thanks to smiler40 for sharing the HDTV webcast ( BBC Website Live Stream) at Dime.

Track 01. Tataryn 2:32
Track 02. Sho Sipod Duba 3:50
Track 03. Ey Za Lisochtom 6:00
Track 04. Vesna 10:27
Track 05. Terlika 3:31
Track 06. Carpathian Rap 5:54
Track 07. Monach 5:08
Track 08. Vahudky 11:48
Track 09. Yanky 5:33
Track 10. Do Sut Lit 3:05
58 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 25 August 2016 at

Lucca 2016 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Lucca Summer Festival, Piazza Napoleone, Lucca, Italy; July 11, 2016. Marcus Miller – very good FM broadcast; Beth Hart – fairly good audience recording.

In memory of the victims in the earthquake that struck central Italy on August 24, 2016.

Thanks to survivor69 for sharing the Marcus Miller show at Dime.

Thanks also to Stefyhappy75 who recorded the Beth Hart show; and to albertino77 for editing and sharing it at Dime.

Marcus Miller:
TT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 2.0 via Asus A7S333 C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit .aup > flac level 8
FM radio broadcast by “Radio2Live”, Radio2 RAI

Beth Hart:
Zoom H1 in 24 bit 44.1 khz wav > Flac (Adobe Audition) > Goldwave > Flac
Recorded from the row EIGHT

Disc 1 (Marcus Miller)
Track 101. Panther 11:30
Track 102. introductions 0:52
Track 103. B’s River 12:25
Track 104. Hylife 11:42
Track 105. What’s The Coolest Motown Song 1:26
Track 106. Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone 13:02
51 mins

Disc 2 (Marcus Miller)
Track 201. intros 0:31
Track 202. Jean Pierre 11:40
Track 203. Introduction to Slave Island 3:00
Track 204. Goree 13:39
Track 205. Tutu 11:34
Track 206. Good Morning Heartache 7:44
49 mins

Marcus Miller – bass
Alex Han – saxophone
Russell Gunn – trumpet
Brett Williams – keyboards
Alex Bailey – drums

Beth Hart
Track 01. I’ll Take Care Of You 5:20
Track 02. If I Tell You I Love You 4:25
Track 03. Delicious Surprise 4:52
Track 04. Might As Well Smile 4:08
Track 05. Chocolate Jesus 2:44
Track 06. Baddest Blues 5:20
Track 07. My California 6:04
Track 08. Today Came Home 5:58
Track 09. St Teresa 6:22
Track 10. For My Friends 5:12
Track 11. Your Heart Is As Black As Night 5:31
Track 12. As Long As I Have A Song 3:47
60 mins

Beth Hart – vocal, keyboards, acoustic guitar
Jon Nicols – guitars
Steve Costello – guitar
Bob Marinelli – bass
Bill Ransom – drums

Click here for the tracks.

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