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Tribute To Charlie Haden
Strasbourg 2016 [no label, 1CD]

Festival Jazzdor, L’Auditorium de la Cité de la Musique et de la Danse, Strasbourg, France; November 4, 2016. Very good satellite radio.

Beginning in 1986 Cuban jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba began recording for Messidor of Frankfurt, Germany and put out three highly acclaimed albums for that label with his Cuban Quartet entitled Mi Gran Pasion, Live in Havana, and Giraldilla. On the strength of these works Gonzalo began attracting international attention and, in 1986, a chance meeting in Havana with bassist Charlie Haden brought him to the attention of Blue Note Records‘ president, Bruce Lundvall, and thus began an association first withToshiba/EMI of Japan and later with Blue Note in the US which resulted in 14 discs being released. In July 1990, he appeared as a surprise guest in an historic performance, available on the CD Discovery with Charlie Haden and Paul Motian (ex Bill Evans trio members) at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland. Further works eventually brought Gonzalo both a Latin Grammy for Jazz Album of the Year, Supernova, as well as a Grammy for co-production with Charlie Haden on Nocturne, a Verve release of Cuban and Mexican boleros and ballads.

Gonzalo continues to tour the world as a solo pianist in jazz and classical settings as well as band leader, employing the worlds top side men in club and concert engagements. His active repertoire has continued to expand beyond straight-ahead, bop, Afro-Cuban and other forms of jazz into the worlds of traditional Cuban and Mexican ballads, boleros and Cuban classical works. He has developed his own very distinctive voice, challenging the traditional musical classifications of the day.

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Thanks to unclewolfi for sharing the show at Dime.

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

Track 01. First Song (Charlie Haden) 20:30
Track 02. La Pasionaria (Charlie Haden) 14:45
Track 03. Silence (Charlie Haden) 17:22
Track 04. Sandino (Charlie Haden) 2:15
55 mins

Gonzalo Rubalcaba – piano
Will Vinson – saxophone
Matt Brewer – bass
Jeff Ballard – drums

Click here for the tracks.

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SHARON JONES R.I.P. 1956-2016

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SHARON JONES R.I.P. 1956-2016

Sharon Jones, the fiery soul singer who spent decades in obscurity before becoming a Grammy-nominated soul and funk vocalist with her longtime backing band the Dap-Kings, died on November 18, 2016 of pancreatic cancer. She was 60. “We are deeply saddened to announce that Sharon Jones has passed away after a heroic battle against pancreatic cancer,” the singer’s rep wrote in a statement. “She was surrounded by her loved ones, including the Dap-Kings.” Doctors diagnosed Jones with stage two pancreatic cancer in 2013 and removed the singer’s gallbladder, the head of her pancreas and 18 inches of her small intestine. She went into remission nine months later, but announced that the cancer had returned at the premiere of Miss Sharon Jones!, a documentary detailing Jones’ life and career. The cancer would be elevated to stage four, with tumors spreading to her lung, liver and lymph nodes. Jones recorded seven albums with the Dap-Kings, but it was her exhilarating live shows, which functioned as equal parts Baptist church revival, Saturday night juke joint and raucous 1970s Las Vegas revue, that showcased the singer’s unparalleled energy. – Rolling Stone

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Milwaukee 2010 [no label, 2CD]

Live at The Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI; May 22, 2010. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to perks for sharing the show at Dime.

Schoeps MK4’s > active cables > Nbox > Darktrain Silver > Edirol R-09HR @ 24/48
Recorded from main floor/row g/dead center.
Transfer: Kingston 8gb SDHC card > Dell PC > 24bit WAV > Sony Sound Forge 9.0e > 16bit WAV > CDWave Editor > FLAC16

Disc 1
Track 101. The Reason 4:37
Track 102. He Upset Your Dreams 2:20
Track 103. Wouldn’t You Rather Have Me 2:23
Track 104. Medley Intro 1:58
Track 105. If You Call 3:56
Track 106. Highway Of Lost Lovers/When The Saints Go Marching In 3:56
Track 107. Give It Back 3:43
Track 108. When I Come Home 9:54
Track 109. The Game Gets Old 4:02
Track 110. Tell Me 8:33
Track 111. She Ain’t A Child No More 4:07
Track 112. Window Shopping 5:31
55 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Better Things 3:51
Track 202. I’ll Still Be True 4:21
Track 203. Money 3:32
Track 204. Mama Don’t Like My Man 3:56
Track 205. I Learned The Hard Way 3:50
Track 206. Not Gonna Cry 2:55
Track 207. Got To Be The Way It Is 9:08
Track 208. This Land Is My Land 5:53
Track 209. Outro/That’s What I Love About You 3:45
Track 210. Encore Break 3:09
Track 211. I’ll Be There 2:39
Track 212. 100 Days 100 Nights 7:33
55 mins

Click here for the tracks.


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From the Vaults Two And More [Audio Archive AA 201, 1CD]

Outtakes and live session tracks. Very good soundboard.

As usual with such compilations, duplication of tracks (on various titles) is inevitable.

Thanks to Dave for sharing the tracks on the net in 2007.

Dave noted:

The first half consists of unreleased session outtakes from the Capitol years in pristine sound quality. The second half is a variety of unreleased live broadcasts with very good sound quality, B+/A-. Track 4 is the only known Sinatra recording of Billy Strayhorn’s “Lush Life.” It consists of a couple of false starts, then a take that consists essentially of the song’s verse, coming to a halt almost immediately at the start of the refrain. As far as is known, Sinatra never returned to the song, which is very unfortunate, as what we can hear of Nelson Riddle’s arrangement sounds like a distinctive and inspired take on Nat Cole’s classic 1949 version (arranged by Pete Rugolo). One of the false starts of “How Deep Is the Ocean,” in which Sinatra changes a few key words, absolutely ruined the official version for me. I honestly can’t listen to the opening of the official track (on NICE ‘N’ EASY) without breaking into a wide grin.

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From The Vaults Two
Track 01. What Is This Thing Called Love [February 16, 1955] 2:48
Track 02. The Tender Trap [September 13, 1955] 4:12
Track 03. Moonlight in Vermont [October 3, 1957] 9:38
Track 04. Lush Life [incomplete, May 25, 1958] 3:48
Track 05. Willow Weep for Me [May 29, 1958] 6:03
Track 06. Gone with the Wind [June 24, 1958] 4:21
Track 07. She’s Funny That Way [March 2, 1960] 8:15
Track 08. How Deep Is the Ocean [March 3, 1960] 4:07

And More – Live In the ’50s
Showband Show,” London, BBC, July 16, 1953
Track 09. I’ve Got the World on a String 2:40
Track 10. Day In, Day Out 3:44
Track 11. Take a Chance [“General Electric Show,” CBS, Hollywood, March 28, 1954] 2:34
Track 12. I’ll Be Seeing You [“The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, November 8, 1957] 1:59
The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, November 15, 1957
The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, November 15, 1957
Track 13. From This Moment On 2:42
Track 14. Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home 2:19
Track 15. I Believe [“The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 23, 1958] 1:50
Track 16. We’ll Be Together Again [“The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 19, 1958] 3:53
Track 17. Lonely Town [“The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, May 23, 1958] 3:46
Track 18. I Love You [“The Frank Sinatra Show,” ABC, Hollywood, February 14, 1958] 2:12
71 mins

Click here for the tracks.


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Montreux 1976 [no label, 2CD]

Casino Barriere de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland; June 25, 1976. Very good FM broadcast.

Thanks to banalny for sharing the show at Dime.

Thanks also to reinerarnold for the artwork.

FM > cassette > reel > DAT > CDR > EAC > SoundForge Pro 10.0a > Trader’s Little Helper 2.5.0 > flac16
At least one analogue generation closer to master, correct pitch, DC Offset removed and no Noise Reduction

Disc 1
Track 101. Bird on the Wire (1) 4:46
Track 102. So Long, Marianne 6:58
Track 103. Who by Fire 4:11
Track 104. Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye 4:38
Track 105. Store Room 5:09
Track 106. One of Us Cannot Be Wrong 4:45
Track 107. Lady Midnight 4:01
Track 108. There Is a War 5:26
Track 109. I Tried to Leave You 5:40
Track 110. Diamonds in the Mine 4:06
Track 111. Chelsea Hotel #2 5:37
Track 112. The Stranger Song 5:57
Track 113. You Know Who I Am 3:05
65 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. The Partisan 4:09
Track 202. Story of Isaac 4:45
Track 203. Famous Blue Raincoat 5:21
Track 204. Lover, Lover, Lover 6:17
Track 205. Sisters of Mercy 6:20
Track 206. Is This What You Wanted 5:28
Track 207. Suzanne 4:43
Track 208. The Butcher 5:03
Track 209. Bird on the Wire (2) 5:16
Track 210. Tonight Will Be Fine 4:08
Track 211. Joan of Arc 5:56
Track 212. Do I Have to Dance All Night 5:13
63 mins

Leonard Cohen – vocals, guitar, hand whistle
Cheryl Barnes – vocals
Laura Brannigan – vocals
Sid McGinnes – guitar
Johnny Miller – bass
Fred Thaylor – keyboards
Luther Rix – drums

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Schoeppingen 2016 [no label, 1CD]

Bluesfestival, Schoeppingen, Germany; May 14, 2016. Very good FM broadcast.

Larkin Poe is an American roots rock band from Atlanta, GA fronted by sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell. Featuring strong harmonies, heavy electric guitar riffs, and slide guitar, they are often touted as “the little sisters of the Allman Brothers”. The band performed at the 2014 Glastonbury Festival, and were voted “Best Discovery of Glastonbury 2014″ by England’s The Observer. – wikipedia

Larkin Poe were the opening act for Elvis Costello. Rebecca said: “We first met Elvis Costello close to five or six years ago at a really amazing festival in North Carolina called MerleFest. And there was like this big all-star jam thing and we were booked at the festival on some little piddling stage, and Elvis was on as a headliner. So we were all onstage, and we ended up sidling alongside Elvis and singing harmonies to him on this gospel song, being very bold. I think, were we to do that now, we would be understanding the implications. Then we were just 16, 17 – just kids. Havin’ fun! Getting up and harmonizing. I think he took a liking to our energy and what we were kind of putting out in terms of harmonies and general musicality.”

In 2014, Rebecca and Megan also contributed background vocals to Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes (featuring Elvis Costello). And in April 2015, they released the Reskinned album.

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Thanks to Tomyoungster for sharing the show at Dime.

Picture posted at

FM (analog cable) – Audacity – xACT

01 Summertime Sunset 4:40
02 Don’t 3:36
03 Hey Sinner/Black Betty 5:37
04 Tom Devil/I Hate The Way 7:06
05 interview 2:19
06 Untitled 4:37
07 New Pony 7:04
08 Tornado 3:14
09 Untitled 4:41
10 Jailbreak 5:37
11 Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) 5:02
54 mins

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Unloved Songs [no label, 2CD]

Demos, outtakes and unreleased tracks. Unknown venues and dates. Very good soundboard.

Thanks to the person who shared this on the net in 2005.

Uploader’s notes (2005):

I don’t know anything about this, other than I gather it’s only appeared fairly recently. It features demos and/or studio outtakes of some EC compositions, both familiar and unfamiliar, as well as a few cover tunes, all apparently dating from around 1977-1978. I had to delete the final three tracks on Disc 1, which were BBC performances included on some of the Rhino reissues.

As bonus tracks, I’ve added the four 1979 Jo Marshall demos from the 4-CD bootleg set entitled, “Oh Shit!” Jo Marshall was a New York City-based singer whose acquaintance with EC is described in the mediocre 1981 book “Elvis Costello” by Krista Reese. EC wrote two of the songs and lends guitar and backing vocals to the demo tape. (The other songs were written by Jo Marshall, possibly in collaboration with one or more members of her band.) I’d say this is more of historical than musical interest, but some might enjoy it.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Really Mystified 2:09
Track 102. The Price Of Love 3:37
Track 103. I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself (version 1) 3:00
Track 104. I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself (version 2) 3:20
Track 105. Stranger in the House 4:05
Track 106. Call On Me 1:53
Early version of “Mood for Moderns” with some lyrics that would be used in “Lipstick Vogue”
Track 107. I Hear A Melody 2:08
Track 108. Blue Minute 1:34
Track 109. (I Don’t Want to Go to) Chelsea 3:22
Track 110. Radio, Radio 3:14
Track 111. Lipstick Vogue 3:49
Track 112. Pump It Up 2:58

Jo Marshall demos, 1979 w/ EC on guitar and backing vocals
Track 113. Mighty Man * 2:45
Track 114. Big Brown Eyes 2:39
Track 115. True Love * 2:14
Track 116. Talk To Me 2:10
45 mins

* Written by Elvis Costello.

Rough guess, by johnfoyle (
Tracks 1-5: BBC Peel session outtakes
Tracks 6-8: Pathway Studios demo recordings pre-My Aim Is True
Tracks 9-11: Alternate studio recordings
Track 12: Recorded for TV?

Disc 2
201. Forgive Her Anything – Omitted *
Track 202. God Give Me Strength 4:32
Track 203. Little Atoms (version 1) 3:34
Track 204. All This Useless Beauty 4:22
Track 205. Why Can’t A Man Stand Alone 3:25
Track 206. Shallow Grave (version 1) 1:58
Track 207. Shallow Grave (version 2) 1:58
Track 208. It’s Starting To Come To Me 2:46
Track 209. Other End Of The Telescope 3:56
Track 210. Poor, Fractured Atlas 3:52
Track 211. You Bowed Down 4:40
Track 212. Distorted Angel (version 1) 3:42
Track 213. Distorted Angel (version 2) 4:34
Track 214. Distorted Angel (fast version) 2:38
Track 215. London’s Brilliant Parade 4:39
Track 216. Pony Street 2:59
Track 217. Clown Strike 4:05
Track 218. Just About Glad 3:19
Track 219. Still Too Soon To Know 2:02
Track 220. Little Atoms (version 2) 3:10
Track 221. Almost Ideal Eyes 3:17
Track 222. Punishing Kiss 4:24
74 mins

* Available on Rhino’s Blood & Chocolate.

Demos and/or studio outtakes from the Brutal Youth/All This Useless Beauty era.
Tracks 2-14: Elvis and musicians, mostly Attractions, 1995
Tracks 15-22: Elvis alone, samples, overdubs etc, 1995

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Idiot’s Delight Rent Party
New York 1992 [no label, 2CD]

Live at WXRK Studios, New York, NY; November 22, 1992. Very good FM broadcast.

This is just too much fun to pass by… and with Don Dixon, a big plus.

Thanks to kingrue for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

kingrue noted:

I’m really happy and proud to be releasing this… You guys and gals are gonna lose your minds when you hear what’s in the set list! We’ve got Marshall Crenshaw backed by The E Street Band [Ed: Practically!], along with an array of others. The late Joey Ramone of the Ramones is here and sings a few songs. People are calling in and with a $125 donation they can make a song request. This is completely unrehearsed. They’re not just doing snippets and samples, they are playing the full renditions of each song. A BIG Thank You goes to Paul from Switzerland for supplying the tapes and doing the transfer and tracking on this incredible recording!

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92.3 K-Rock FM > 2nd generation cassette
AKAI GX-W45 deck > Edirol (44.1)
Cool Edit Pro (tracking) > TLH [SB’s aligned] Flac level 8

Disc 1
101 intro 1:24
102 Sunshine Superman (Donovan) 6:36
103 Don’t Let Me Down ( The Beatles) 5:59
104 Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Judy Garland) 4:47
105 Stray Cat Blues (The Rolling Stones) 4:11
106 Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac) 4:49
107 Crazy (Willie Nelson) 3:25
108 The Lion Sleeps Tonight (The Tokens) 6:52
109 Route 66 (King Cole Trio) 3:34
110 Dear Prudence (The Beatles) 2:07
111 Rock Around The Clock (Bill Haley & His Comets) 5:22
112 Bright Lights Big City (Jimmy Reed) 3:15
113 I Fought The Law (The Crickets) 2:47
114 Someday Someway (Marshall Crenshaw) 4:55
115 Piece Of My Heart (Janis Joplin) 4:04
116 Draft Dodger Rag (Pete Seeger) 1:48
117 And I Love Her (The Beatles) 2:54
118 Funky Broadway (Wilson Pickett) 3:09
119 Baby I Love You (The Ronettes) 3:48
76 mins

Disc 2
201 Ain’t Too Proud To Beg (The Temptations) 3:49
202 Havin’ A Party (Sam Cooke) 6:38
203 Pink Cadillac (Bruce Springsteen) 4:19
204 You’re A Friend Of Mine (Jackson Browne) 6:29
205 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan) 4:59
206 Censorshit (The Ramones) 5:02
207 Tired Of Waiting For You (The Kinks) 3:31
208 Truckin’ (Grateful Dead) 5:49
209 Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin/Willie Dixon) 5:29
210 Splish Splash (Bobby Darin) 5:10
211 We’ve Got To Stay Together 4:55
212 Somewhere Down The Line (Marshall Crenshaw) 5:50
213 Younger Girl (The Lovin’ Spoonful) 2:41
214 I Wanna Be Sedated (The Ramones) 2:24
215 Soul Serenade (Willie Mitchell) 4:34
216 Poison Heart (The Ramones) 4:42
217 I Won’t Let It Happen (The Ramones) 2:32
79 mins

Presented by DJs Vin Scelsa and Dave Herman featuring:
Marshall Crenshaw – lead vocals, guitar
Joey Ramone – vocals
Andy Shernoff – acoustic guitar
Max Weinberg – drums
Dan Federicci – organ
Clarence Clemons – saxophone
Gary Tallent – bass
Jimmy Vivino – lead guitar, vocals
Don Dixon – guitar
Jules Shear – vocals
Joe Delia – keyboards
Joyce Bowden – background vocals
Catherine Russell – background vocals

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San Francisco 2016 [no label, 2CD]

25th Anniversary Tour. Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA; November 11, 2016. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to Steve “ballsdeep” Hagar who recorded the show; Dennis Orr for the mastering; and to seth01 for sharing the show at Dime.

Steve “ballsdeep” Hagar’s Notes:

There are times in your life when you feel you’re there at a moment in time where history is being made. When Chris Cornell is so incredibly chatty you learn something about the ‘scene’ that created part of the soundtrack of your life. When the throb of the music goes right through you. When you pick such a killer GA seat that no flaws appear on the recording. When you hear sounds come from amplifiers you’ve never heard before. When the combination of instruments onstage creates a wall of sound that hits you like a ten-ton heavy thing in your junk. When you anticipate the opening line of “Stardog Champion” and the reaction of the crowd weeks in advance. When the four minutes that “Pushin Forward Back” is played and you dissolve into a pool of goo. Where you watch indulgence meet orgasm during “Achilles Last Stand”. When 7,000 people come together and it feels as if the walls and ceiling disappear and the music is the only thing holding everyone up. When you meet for the first time people you chatted with on FB for years (or even when you run into people at a show for the very first time that you traded Jane’s Addiction tapes with 20+ years ago, as they recognize your ugly mug from the dump known as “Vaguebook”). When you realize on Saturday that you purchased two one-way tix to LA on Sunday weeks in advance because you were so excited to be witnessing a moment in history that you never thought would exist.

This was one of those times.

Mastering Notes:

It seems that Steve accidently turned off (or paused) the recorder just as “War Pigs” was about to start. Fortunately he was running a second Tascan DR-2d deck, using the internal mics. I have spliced the end of that source onto the end of this one to make a complete show. No fluctuation in sound that my old ears can determine.

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Pictures by Dana Distortion, posted at – Thanks!

Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter (middle position) > Tascam DR-2d @ 16 bit/44.1 kHz
Mastering: .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) [iZotope Mastering Suite (declick),minor edits, normalize, & fades] > CDWav (tracking) > Trader’s Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging)
Location: Section 321, row J, right above the staircase on the rail

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro/Say Hello 2 Heaven 8:04
Track 102. Chat 0:51
Track 103. Wooden Jesus 4:33
Track 104. Call Me A Dog 5:00
Track 105. Chat 2:03
Track 106. Your Saviour 4:11
Track 107. Stardog Champion 4:43
Track 108. Stargazer 4:44
Track 109. Chat 1:15
Track 110. Seasons 5:20
Track 111. Jump Into The Fire 3:43
Track 112. Chat 0:45
Track 113. Four Walled World 6:03
Track 114. Chat 1:23
Track 115. I’m A Mover 3:27
Track 116. Pushin Forward Back 4:27
Track 117. Hunger Strike 3:48
65 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Chat 0:38
Track 202. Quicksand 4:40
Track 203. Heartshine 4:38
Track 204. River Of Deceit 4:57
Track 205. Holy Roller 3:55
Track 206. Reach Down 8:01
Track 207. Encore Break 3:23
Track 208. Chat 0:45
Track 209. Man Of Golden Words 4:23
Track 210. Times Of Trouble 6:04
Track 211. Achilles Last Stand 8:15
Track 212. Chat 0:34
Track 213. Missing 4:52
Track 214. Fascination Street 4:10
Track 215. War Pigs 7:12
Track 216. Encore Break 2:44
Track 217. Band Intros 1:02
Track 218. All Night Thing 4:36
75 mins

Chris Cornell – vocals, guitar, & harp
Mike McCready – guitars
Stone Gossard – guitars
Jeff Ament – bass
Matt Cameron – drums

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Paris 2016 [no label, 2CD]

Live at Le Bataclan, Paris, France; November 12, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from France2 HDTV).

The Guardian:

Legendary Paris rock venue, the Bataclan, has reopened on November 12, 2016 with an emotional gig by the British singer Sting, a year after jihadi gunmen burst in and killed 90 people during a series of terrorist attacks in the French capital. The former Police frontman, 65, appeared on stage to cheers as hundreds of concert-goers, including families of the victims and survivors, crowded together struggling to comprehend how gunmen could have burst into the venue – now completely refurbished to cover up its lasting scars, including a new stage and red velvet curtains – and opened fire on music fans in one of the most brutal attacks on French soil since the second world war.

Sting told the crowd in French: “We’ve got two important things to do tonight… First, to remember and honour those who lost their lives in the attacks a year ago. And then to celebrate the life and the music of this historic venue.” He added: “We shall not forget them,” before holding a minute’s silence on stage.

Meanwhile, CNN reported that Sting said all proceeds from his Saturday show would be donated to Life for Paris and 13 Novembre: Fraternité Verité – organizations supporting the victims of the attacks and their families.


Thanks to lenoplaf for sharing the show at Dime.

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 2:01
Track 102. Fragile (with Ibrahim Maalouf) 3:58
Track 103. Message in a Bottle 5:40
Track 104. I Can’t Stop Thinking About You * 3:53
Track 105. One Fine Day * 3:34
Track 106. 50,000 * 6:31
Track 107. Inshallah * (with Ibrahim Maalouf) 5:08
Track 108. Petrol Head * 4:13
Track 109. Down, Down, Down * 3:39
Track 110. Driven to Tears 4:57
44 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Englishman in New York 5:24
Track 202. Desert Rose (with Ibrahim Maalouf) 6:26
Track 203. Every Breath You Take 5:21
Track 204. So Lonely 4:01
Track 205. Walking on the Moon 5:00
Track 206. Roxanne 4:31
Track 207. Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers cover) 3:55
Track 208. Next to You (with Henri Padovani) 6:02
Track 209. The Empty Chair 5:54
47 mins

* Tracks from 57th & 9th.

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London 2015/2016 [no label, 1CD]

BBC Session (for Marc Riley show), Maida Vale Studios, London, UK. Backing tracks recorded November 12, 2015; Jaz Coleman vocals and keyboards recorded “October 24, 2016″. Very good satellite radio.

A key influence on industrial rock, Killing Joke are an English band formed in October 1978 in Notting Hill, London, England. The original lineup included Jaz Coleman (vocals, keyboards), “Big” Paul Ferguson (drums), Geordie Walker (guitars) and Martin “Youth” Glover (bass). Killing Joke have influenced many later bands and artists, such as Metallica, Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden. Coleman and Geordie have been the only constant members of the band. In October 2015, the group released its 15th studio album, Pylon. – wikipedia

Thanks to smiler40 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Digital Satellite broadcast 2016-11-02 MPEG1 layer 2 48kHz @ 160kbps
BBC Radio 6 Music > DVB-S > TBS 6984 > DVBviewer > .mp2 > Mpeg2Schnitt (trimming) > .mp2

“Dawn Of The Hive” broadcast during Gideon Coe show.

Track 01. Wardance 3:30 (5.9MB)
Track 02. Euphoria 3:32 (5.9MB)
Track 03. Autonomous Zone 5:47 (9.7MB)
Track 04. I Am The Virus 4:01 (6.7MB)
Track 05. Dawn Of The Hive 5:49 (9.8MB)
23 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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