Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 25 June 2015 at

KPFX Folk Scene, 1973-1975 [no label, 2CD]
Los Angeles; August 12, 1973; June 10, 1974 and January 12, 1975. Very good radio broadcasts.

Thanks to Syd for sharing the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

Syd noted:

This is a truly fabulous and interesting collection of early Tom Waits’ radio shows that includes music and interviews during a period of about a year and half; around the time of his first couple of album releases. Fascinating because you can actually hear audibly the metamorphosis of Tom from a struggling musician into a star. His singing style change is remarkable and his growing confidence is obvious. The earliest stuff doesn’t sound at all like the Tom we know and love. The change in his voice is amazing (smoking and drinking does take its toll, lol). Tom’s interviews are very interesting as he tells the background stories of the songs, kind of a pre-Storytellers thing. Don’t miss this one if you don’t have it. Enjoy.

Disc 1
August 12, 1973
Track 101. Virginia Ave 3:59
Track 102. San Diego Serenade 5:00
Track 103. Ol 55 6:20
Track 104. Semi Suite 3:00
Track 105. Fumbling With The Blues 5:40
Track 106. Rosie 7:25
Track 107. Depot Depot 3:46
Track 108. I Hope That I Don’t Fall In Love With You 4:43
Track 109. Heart of Saturday Night 6:26

June 10, 1974
Track 110. Better Off Without A Wife 4:32
Track 111. On A Foggy Night 8:14
Track 112. Ghost of Saturday Night 2:50
Track 113. Heart of Saturday Night 4:38
Track 114. Semi Sweet 4:38
Track 115. Drunk on the Moon 4:08
Track 116. Depot Depot 3:20
79 mins

Disc 2
June 10, 1974, contd
Track 201. Diamonds on my Windsheild 5:56
Track 202. San Diego Serenade 8:25
Track 203. Rosie 4:44
Track 204. Fumbling with the Blues 2:59

January 12, 1975
Track 205. Diamonds on my Windsheild 5:33
Track 206. New Coat of Paint 3:39
Track 207. Nobody 3:53
Track 208. Easy Street 7:43
Track 209. On A Foggy Night 4:13
Track 210. The Heart of Saturday Night 4:03
Track 211. Fumblin With the Blues 10:01
Track 212. Better Off Without a Wife 3:13
Track 213. Drunk on the Moon 6:10
Track 214. Fumblin with the Blues 4:12
75 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 25 June 2015 at

Meet former UK Environment Minister Owen Paterson, pro-GMO mouthpiece who waves an iron fist of neoliberal ideology wrapped in a velvet glove of bogus humanitarianism. By Colin Todhunter.

“Not since the original Luddites smashed cotton mill machinery in early 19th century England, have we seen such an organised, fanatical antagonism to progress and science. These enemies of the Green Revolution call themselves ‘progressive’, but their agenda could hardly be more backward-looking and regressive… their policies would condemn billions to hunger, poverty and underdevelopment.”

Owen Paterson stated the above earlier this year during a speech he gave in South Africa. Paterson is the former Environment Minister for the UK.

Now, a few months on, writing in the New York Post (‘How Neil Young, Greenpeace work to starve the world’s poor‘) he is mouthing similar claims and accusations, this time focusing on Neil Young’s recent anti-GMO [genetically modified organism]/Monsanto album.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 22 June 2015 at

San Francisco 1972 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Winterland, San Francisco, CA; March 26, 1972. Very good KSAN FM broadcast.

Stoneground was a rock band formed in 1970 in Concord, California. Originally a trio, Stoneground expanded to a 10-piece band by the time of their eponymous 1971 debut album. The group appeared in two films, Medicine Ball Caravan (1971) and Dracula AD 1972 (1972), and released three albums before singer Sal Valentino quit in 1973. Three other band members – Cory Lerios, Steve Price and David Jenkins – left to form pop group Pablo Cruise. Stoneground continued as an act through 1982, with only Tim Barnes and Annie Sampson remaining from the early incarnation of the band. Barnes and Price led a reformed Stoneground in 2003 and released a studio album the following year. – wikipedia

Thanks to original uploader grner1; and to davies51 for keeping the show alive at Dime.

davies51 added: “The original audio had some issues that I fixed with this torrent: it was a bit out of phase and the azimuth was quite bad; i fixed both issues and the carefully remastered the audio.”

(Remastered from a previous upload by grner1 using Sound Forge and Izotope Ozone 6
phase and azimuth aligned):
original flac files by grner1 > TLH > wav files > Phase and azimuth > rebalanced sound with Sound Forge and Ozone 6 > TLH > flac lev. 8
The mix varies and reception is a bit noisy but generally this sounds fairly decent.

Track 01. Black Sheep Boy/Don’t Make Promises 6:04
Track 02. Highway 61 Revisited/Don’t Make Promises 7:09
Track 03. talk/song intro 0:31
Track 04. Great Change 3:44
Track 05. Love’s Made A Fool Of You 4:50
Track 06. Ajax 4:41
Track 07. Gonna Have A Good Time 4:25
Track 08. Won’t Be Long 4:10
Track 09. Richland Woman 3:55
Track 10. Total Destruction To Your Mind 5:22
Track 11. thanks/KSAN announcer 1:21
Track 12. Stroke Sand 6:46
Track 13. final thanks 0:14
54 mins

Sal Valentino: guitars,vocals
Lynne Hughes: vocals
Deirdre La Porte: vocals
Lydia Moreno: vocals
Annie Sampson: vocals
Tim Barnes: guitars, vocals
John Blakeley: guitars
Terence V. Clements: horns
Cory Lerios: keyboards, vocals
David McCullough: bass
Steve Price: drums, percussion

Click here for the tracks.

PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl – BALTIMORE 2015

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 21 June 2015 at

PRINCE & 3rdEyeGirl
Rally 4 Peace 2015 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Royal Farms Arena, Baltimore, Maryland; May 10, 2015. Fairly to very good soundboard.

Tracey Leong,

Prince arrived in Baltimore this weekend holding his “Rally 4 Peace” concert following the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. The sold-out concert kicked off at 8 pm and continued for hours on Sunday night. Concertgoers were asked to wear gray as a tribute to Freddie Gray.

Baltimore erupted in chaos during the Freddie Gray protests – rioters burning down buildings and cars across the city. Some were even caught throwing rocks and bricks at officers. Now, the city is on a mission for change.

The pop icon released his song titled ‘Baltimore’ on Saturday night which addresses the unrest in Charm City. The tribute song was inspired by Freddie Gray and the people in the devastated community with lyrics, “Does anybody hear us pray? For Michael Brown or Freddie Gray. Peace is more than the absence of war.”

A portion of the proceeds for this concert will benefit local Baltimore based youth charities.

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Thanks to zannalee1967 for sharing the show at Mind-Warp PaVilion.

TIDAL (streamed for free) > Adobe Audition > FLACfrontend > TLH [ffp and md5 created]

Track 01. DAT Intro 1:30
Track 02. Let’s Go Crazy/Frankenstein 6:34
Track 03. Take Me With U 2:53
Track 04. Raspberry Beret 2:13
Track 05. Baltimore 7:37
Track 06. U Got The Look 3:21
Track 07. The Question Of U [instrumental]/The One/Electric Man 9:45
Track 08. Controversy 6:46
Track 09. 1999 4:02
Track 10. Little Red Corvette 5:07
Track 11. Nothing Compares 2 U 8:09
Track 12. When Doves Cry 2:47
Track 13. Nasty Girl [instrumental] 0:25
Track 14. Sign ”O” The Times 2:48
Track 15. Hot Thing 2:50
Track 16. I Would Die 4 U 0:04
67 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 21 June 2015 at

Italy 2014 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Fasano Jazz Festival, Teatro Kennedy, Fasano (Brindisi), Italy; June 7, 2014. Very good FM broadcast.

Thanks to survivor69 for sharing the show at Dime.

survivor69 noted:

This is an orchestra run by Fernando Faraò (brother of pianist Antonio), originally all dedicated to Mike Westbrook and Alan Gowen, then to Canterbury jazz in general. Here, with the presence of Keith Tippet, almost become some kind of Softs tribute act, or better, Soft Machine as played by Hatfield and The North. Keith and Julie Driscoll only enter from Track 05 onwards.

Picture posted at

FM > wav > flacs > web: aiwa XT-003Z tuner > Sony PCM-D50 linear PCM recorder > 44.100khz/16bit wav on Sony Memory Stick ProDuo [mark2] > usb > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta (editing and track splitting) > 44.100khz/16bit flac’s [level 8]
FM radio broadcast by “Il Cartellone – Radio Tre Suite Jazz”, Radio 3 RAI [third channell of Italian national radio], on wednesday 15 April 2015, 20:37 hours [CET]

Track 00. radio intro ( by Pino Saulo) 7:22
Track 01. Arriving Twice (Alan Gowen, Gilgamesh) 4:19
Track 02. Moeris Dancing (Fred Frith, Art Bears) 3:25
Track 03. Big Orange ( Ferdinando Faraò, dedicated to Pip Pyle) 4:43
Track 04. Moon in June (Robert Wyatt, Soft Machine) 12:22
Track 05. Facelift (Hugh Hopper, Soft Machine) 11:37
Track 06. Mouse Trap (Hugh Hopper, Soft Machine) 7:43
Track 07. Kings and Queens (Hugh Hopper, Soft Machine) 11:35
Track 08. Noisette (Hugh Hopper, Soft Machine) 11:01
Track 09. Cider Dance ( Keith Tippet) 8:28
Track 10. Happy Birthday 1:37
Track 11. radio outro 1:21
86 mins

arrangements and conduction by Ferdinando Faraò
Marco Mariani, trumpet
Gianni Sansone, trumpet
Francesca Petrolo, trombone
Massimo Cavallaro, soprano saxophone
Paolo Profeti, alto saxophone
Rosarita Crisafi, tenor saxophone
Massimo Falascone, baritone saxophone
Simone Mauri, bass clarinet
Carlo Nicita, flutes
Eloisa Manera, violin
Paolo Botti, viola
Keith Tippett, pianoforte (from track05 onward only)
Beppe Barbera, pianoforte and electric piano
Massimo Giuntoli, electric piano and organ
Mariangela Tandoi, fisarmonica [accordion]
Giampiero Spina, electric guitar
Gianluca Alberti, bass
Stefano Lecchi, drums
Lorenzo Gasperoni, percussion
vocals by Giusy Lupis, Serena Ferrara, Filippo Pascuzzi, Naima Faraò, and Julie Tippetts
videos and visuals by Au+ (Fabio Volpi & Rosarita Crisafi)

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 21 June 2015 at

For many at the time, This Is Our Music (1961) and Free Jazz (1961) was as far as the music could go. The latter album title soon stood as the banner of the genre itself. For the next generation of social justice activists, the eponymous freedom in a free jazz was a grand symbol of, a soundtrack to, movements of liberation. This unleashing of the instrumentalist created an art form as radical as the days demanded. By John Pietaro.

Ornette Coleman, the composer and multi-instrumentalist, died on June 11, 2015 in Manhattan. He was 85. Though health challenges in recent years had been a constant struggle, Coleman’s relevance as a visionary artist kept him at the helm of the “Change of the Century”; this jazz revolution began some 60 years ago but lives far beyond his mortal years.

The challenge Ornette posed to listeners, to musicians and to the public in a period of anxious social upheaval matched the tenor of the times. With roots in Texas blues and then years spent on the road before endeavoring deeply in the Los Angeles jazz scene, Ornette’s concepts were stirring, indeed, radical on every level.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 20 June 2015 at

Killer Employee’s Pension [Tarantura TCDJUDAS-2, 2CD]
Live at the Shinjuku Koseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan; February 9, 1979. Very good audience recording by Mr Peach.


By the late 1970s Judas Priest had released four brilliant records that had the band honing their skills as a metal act and where starting to carve out what is considered the classic Priest image of Leather and Studs, a look that would represent what most all other acts of the genre would adopt in one form or another. The record the band would release that was the first with this look is the brilliant Killing Machine, aka Hell Bent For Leather. The record was released in October 1978 and would be created by the lineup of Halford, Hill, Downing, Tipton, and Binks, for this reviewer the classic line up of the band.

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Thanks to Mika7240 for sharing the show at Dime.

Mika7240 noted:

I recently bought this Tarantura CD and I’m really happy to share this rare recording with other Priest fans on Dime. This is a great addition to the official “Unleashed In The East” which was recorded during the same tour. The band’s performance is tight, Rob’s voice is really good and he hits all the high notes. It’s hard to believe he had the flu (and a partial laryngitis) during that tour in Japan (which forced him to re-record his vocals for UITE) because he’s really good here. Now sit back, relax and enjoy a complete, great sounding show (and with no overdubs!!) from their early years. I just love the ’70s Priest!

Tarantura silver cd > Flac 8 (Foobar 2000)

Disc 1
Track 101. Opening 1:31
Track 102. SE/Start 0:48
Track 103. Exciter 5:26
Track 104. Running Wild 2:48
Track 105. The Ripper 2:41
Track 106. Diamonds And Rust 3:35
Track 107. Rock Forever 3:34
Track 108. Beyond The Realms Of Death 7:24
Track 109. The Green Manalishi 3:31
Track 110 .Delivering The Goods 4:29
Track 111. White Heat Red Hot 5:01
Track 112. Sinner 8:11
Track 113. Evil Fantasies 4:43
54 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Victim Of Changes 7:57
Track 202. Genocide 11:18
Track 203. Starbreaker 4:47
Track 204. Drum Solo 4:01
Track 205. Starbreaker 5:30
Track 206. Hell Bent For Leather 3:55
Track 207. Take On The World 3:02
Track 208. Tyrant 5:49
Track 209. Announcement 0:42
47 mins

Rob Halford – vocals
Glenn Tipton – guitar
KK Downing – guitar
Les Binks – drums
Ian Hill – bass

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 20 June 2015 at

KCRW 1995/2003 [no label, 1CD]
The Roches: Live on Morning Becomes Electic, Santa Monica, CA; June 27, 1995. Be Good Tanyas: March 31, 2003. Very good radio broadcasts.

The Roches (Maggie, Terre, and Suzzy Roche), from New Jersey, need no introduction for their three-part and rich harmonies. On this show, they were promoting their 1995 Can We Go Home Now release.

Thanks to markp for sharing the Roches FM broadcast at Dime.

The Be Good Tanyas are a Canadian alt-country group whose influences include folk, country and bluegrass. Like The Roches, they are made up of three women – Frazey Ford (guitar, vocals), Samantha Parton (guitar, mandolin, banjo, vocals), and Trish Klein (guitar, banjo, vocals). This 2003 show was hosted by Nic Harcourt and was extracted from

The Roches 1995
Track 01. Can We Go Home Now 5:50
Track 02. Interview 4:29
Track 03. Home Away From Home 4:01
Track 04. My Winter Coat 7:47
Track 05. Interview 2:30
Track 06. You (Make My Life Come True) 4:50
Track 07. Interview 3:02
Track 08. Do the Boodanee 0:43
34 mins

The Be Good Tanyas, 2003
Track 09. Horses 3:51
Track 10. Dogsong aka Sleep Dog Lullaby 4:51
Track 11. Scattered Leaves 5:12
Track 12. Interview 9:52
Track 13. Midnight Moonlight 3:42
Track 14. Reuben 3:40
Track 15. Ship Out On The Sea 4:38
Track 16. Dogsong 2 4:15
40 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 19 June 2015 at

Falcon Heights 2012 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the MN State Fair, Leinie Lodge Bandshell, Falcon Heights, MN; September 1, 2012. Fairly good audience recording.

Thanks to Dan33185 who recorded and shared the show at Dime.

Rockabilly artiste Wanda Jackson was 74 when she did this show and she certainly put many younger musicians to shame. Between 2009 and 2010, Jack White produced Jackson’s The Party Ain’t Over covers album, which included Amy Winehouse’s You Know I’m No Good.

As Bob Dylan said: “Wanda Jackson, an atomic fireball of a lady, could have a smash hit with just about anything.”

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“A “MN Gneiss” recording”
Zoom H2 rear internal mics > SD Card>PC > Adobe Audition > CD Wave Editor (split tracks) > TLH > FLAC Level 8

Track 01. Riot In Cell Block #9 4:31
Track 02. Funnel Of Love 5:37
Track 03. Heartbreak Hotel 4:25
Track 04. Shakin’ All Over 5:15
Track 05. You Know I’m No Good 6:43
Track 06. I Betcha My Heart I Love You 3:00
Track 07. Fujiyama Mama 3:09
Track 08. Right Or Wrong (I’ll Be With You) 2:06
Track 09. Mean Mean Man 3:00
Track 10. I Saw The Light 3:22
Track 11. Let’s Have A Party 3:00
45 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 19 June 2015 at

Santa Monica 1970 [Flying M Productions, 2CD]
Live at the Civic Center, Santa Monica, CA; August 21, 1970. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Thanks to flyingM for sharing the show at Lossless Legs.

flyingM’s notes:

This is another Trade Mark of Quality (TMoQ) classic early ’70s recording. I originally copied the 5″ diameter master reels from a Tandberg to my Revox B77 in 1986. From the Revox copy I transferred to a DAT in the 1990s and the first-generation reels were tossed out. A bad move but my tape had so many dropouts and the tape was deteriorating and it seemed worthless. Never thought that I might have the only first generationcopy around.

Recorded from Orchestra Section D, Row 2, Seat 17
Source: Sennheiser 805 shotgun microphone > Uher 4000 1/2 Track 1/4″ x  5″ Diameter R2R @ 7 1/2 ips
My copy: Tandberg 9000 > Teac AN-180 > Revox B77
DAT transfer: Revox B77 > Teac AN-60 > Phase Linear 1000 > Sony DTC 690 @ LP
Hard drive transfer: Sony DTC-690 > Audigy 4 (via Toslink) > Audacity (conversion to 16/44 and extensive editing) > CD Wav > Flac

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:21
Track 102. Agon 0:48
Track 103. Call Any Vegetable 9:21
Track 104. A Pound for a Brown On The Bus 7:15
Track 105. Sharlena 4:38
Track 106. The Air 3:09
Track 107. Dog Breath (in the Year of the Plague) 2:20
Track 108. Mother People 2:09
Track 109. You Didn’t Try To Call Me 4:29
Track 110. King Kong 7:02
43 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Frank talks about 200 Motels 2:18
Track 202. Road Ladies 3:45
Track 203. Intro 1:52
Track 204. What Will This Morning Bring Me This Evening 0:51
Track 205. Go To The Club Or The Bar (exact title unknown) 3:06
Track 206. What Kind Of Girl Do You Think We Are 4:38
Track 207. Bwana Dik Deluxe 2:33
Track 208. Latex Solar Beef 0:27
Track 209. Daddy Daddy Daddy 2:51
Track 210. Do You Like My New Car 2:32
Track 211. Happy Together 0:51
Track 212. What Will This Evening Bring Me This Morning 3:50
Track 213. Would You Go All The Way 3:12
Track 214. Rudy Wants To Buy Yez A Drink 3:07
Track 215. tuning, Frank talks to audience 3:48
Track 216. Wino Man 4:46
Track 217. Concentration Moon 2:13
Track 218. Mom And Dad 2:14
49 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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