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IGGY POP – CALGARY 1982

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 28 January 2016 at

IGGY POP
Calgary 1982 [no label, 2CD]
Live at MacEwan Hall, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; November 11, 1982. Very good FM broadcast. Slight hiss.

Thanks to lucas65 for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

lucas65 noted:

Starts with the enchanting “Little Boxes” intro, then leads to a solid ‘new wave’ period Iggy (after all, Iggy did have Frank Infante of Blondie in the lineup). Little in the way of histrionics and insults, just a good collection of Zombie Birdhouse material and Iggy classics. Iggy seems proud of his current band, and introduces them as “The Untouchables”, more than once, saying “pretty good band, huh?”. There’s a little hiss but I have left that pretty much as is as trying to remove it can often eat into the ambience of the sound.

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Picture posted at free-zg.t-com.hr.

Lineage:
Low gen tape > CDR > Audacity > CD Wave > TLH > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:48
Track 102. Loose 2:41
Track 103. Bang Bang 3:17
Track 104. Run Like A Villain 3:34
Track 105. Eat Or Be Eaten 4:04
Track 106. Street Crazies 5:13
Track 107. Kill City 2:52
Track 108. Platonic 3:04
Track 109. Sweet Sixteen 3:55
Track 110. The Villagers 5:04
Track 111. Fall In Love With Me 3:30
Track 112. Life Of Work 4:53
Track 113. Search And Destroy 2:44
47 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. The Ballad Of Cookie McBride 5:51
Track 202. Louie Louie 2:58
Track 203. Neighborhood Threat 5:38
Track 204. Little Red Rooster 5:03
Track 205. Your Pretty Face Is/One Two Brown Eyes 10:05
Track 206. The Horse Song 3:13
Track 207. Funtime 2:55
Track 208. Hassles 4:18
Track 209. I Wanna Be Your Dog 6:09
47 mins

Iggy Pop with his band The Untouchables
Rob Duprey – guitar
Frank Infante – guitar
Larry Mysliwiec – drums
Michael Page – bass

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DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS – ESSEN 1983

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 27 January 2016 at

DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS
Essen 1983 [no label, 1CD]
Rockpalast. Live at the Grugahalle, Essen, Germany; April 16, 1983 (also listed as April 17, 1983). Very good FM broadcast.

For some, Celtic soul begins and ends with Van Morrison. Kevin Rowland and Dexys Midnight Runners might be known for Come On Eileen but their brand of Celtic soul is damn infectious. Join them to search for the young soul rebel within you.

Thanks to rytmehans for sharing the show at Dime.

rytmehans noted:

This is from a tape (TDK) which I recorded, put it to Recorder No 23 with the WAVE-function, then maybe audacity and foobar… I left my home at Rhein-Neckar-Delta (Feudene-Feudenheim) and got back to my roots at the Baltic Sea (Ecktown). Thought I put the tapes into the garbage. I came from Schleswig, I always had the setting on my radio and taped with my HiFi-components, no Schneider-Kompaktanlage.

Track 01. Geno 4:14
Track 02. The Celtic Soul Brothers 3:23
Track 03. Let’s Get This Straight 4:48
Track 04. Plan B 4:40
Track 05. Let’s Make This Precious 4:54
Track 06. There There My Dear 7:51
Track 07. Come On Eileen 5:44
Track 08. All In All 6:25
Track 09. Jackie Wilson Said 3:02
Track 10. Tell Me When My Light Turns Green 5:14
Track 11. Until I Believe In My Soul 13:32
Track 12. Respect 9:39
Track 13. Kevin Rowland’s 13th Crime 3:25
Track 14. Keep it Pt 2 5:04
82 mins

Lineup:
Kevin Rowland – guitar, vocals
Helen O’Hara – fiddle
Steve Brennan – fiddle
Simon Walker – fiddle
Andy Hamilton – sax
Nick Gatfield – sax
Spike Edney – trombone, vocals
Billy Adams – banjo, guitar, vocals
John Edwards – bass, vocals
Seb Shelton – drums
Bob Noble – keyboards, vocals

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THE INDETERMINATE CRITIC

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 27 January 2016 at

If you ask me what my practice of criticism is, it’s about undoing my 30-year career trajectory. The more I engage with film criticism the more I want to unlearn it. Philip Cheah reframes his point of view.

Most of what I see, as the practice of film criticism today, are at odds with my philosophical stance. While the highest point for a film critic in his lifetime is to be acknowledged and recognised as an authority or expert in his subject field, to me, that’s a fearsome loss of innocence, an invitation to dead knowledge and the illusion of power.

After the advent of digital film in the late ’90s, the explosion of new cinema felt like a tsunami. It became a virtual torrent of new imagery, a defiance to be known and pinned down, a challenge to the critics who like to map and territorialise a cinema.

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NRBQ – ROSENDALE, NY 1980

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 26 January 2016 at

NRBQ
Rosendale, NY 1980 [no label, 2CD]
Live at The Surrey, Rosendale, NY; February 2, 1980. Very good soundboard.

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

tdgrnwld noted: “This show frequently circulates in incomplete form. This is the entire show.”

Lineage:
SBD > Cassette > Cassette with edits > CDR via Standalone CD Recorder > EAC > WAV > Flac
First 1:06 of D1T1 – apparently the soundman hadn’t mixed for the SBD yet.

Disc 1
Track 101. Shake Rattle Roll 2:44
Track 102. This Old House 3:28
Track 103. Things We Like To Do 2:22
Track 104. Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo 4:02
Track 105. I Know You Like It 7:43
Track 106. Music Goes Round 2:31
Track 107. Don’t She Look Good 3:36
Track 108. Not Just To Hold My 2:24
Track 109. It’s Not So Hard 2:47
Track 110. Everybody’s Smokin’ 3:31
Track 111. Bargains 2:00
Track 112. Green Lights 2:58
Track 113. I Wanna Show You 2:28
Track 114. Petticoat Junction 2:57
Track 115. All By Myself 4:36
Track 116. I Want You To Feel Good Too 6:21
Track 117. Rats In My Room 4:51
62 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Bye Ya 4:13
Track 202. Let The Good Times Roll 3:26
Track 203. Who Put The Garlic In This Glue 2:34
Track 204. Daddy’s Gonna Tell You No Lies 2:58
Track 205. RC Cola and A Moon Pie 6:14
Track 206. That’s Neat, That’s Nice 4:34
Track 207. Wacky Tobacky 4:22
Track 208. Never Take The Place Of You 3:32
Track 209. Ridin’ In My Car 2:57
Track 210. Ain’t It Alright 5:33
Track 211. Wooly Bully 2:39
Track 212. Flat Foot Flewzy 5:30
Track 213. 1972 1:49
Track 214. Cecilia 3:24
Track 215. Good Lovin’ 2:41
Track 216. Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday 2:06
Track 217. Honey Hush 7:33
Track 218. Accentuate The Positive 1:06
Track 219. Intro 0:35
Track 220. All Night Long 4:46
Track 221. Good Night 1:17
74 mins

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FAMILY BUSINESS

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 26 January 2016 at

Running a business is really tough on the family, especially when you are a loan shark with organ and human trafficking on the side. It’s inevitable that blood will be spilt to keep everyone in line in Han Jun-hee’s Coin Locker Girl (2014). Stephen Tan reviews.

Compared to the violence in Park Chan-wook’s Old Boy (2003) or Kim Jee-woon’s I Saw The Devil (2010), Han Jun-hee’s Coin Locker Girl (2014) is comparatively “mild”. It may be glossy grit but the emotions driving the film are pretty raw.

Newborn baby Il-young was abandoned inside a coin locker in a Seoul train station. Found and brought up by one of the Seoul’s homeless people, she was later given to loan shark boss, Mother, when she was seven. Even at that young age, Il-young has shown a tenacity to survive. Abandoned (again) along the highway after serving her brief usefulness to Mother, Il-young slowly makes her way back to Mother in Chinatown.

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NEKO CASE – BERKELEY 2015

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 25 January 2016 at

NEKO CASE
Berkeley 2015 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Greek Theatre, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; April 11, 2015 (opening for Alabama Shakes). Very good audience recording.

Neko Richelle Case is an American singer-songwriter, best known for her solo career and her contributions as a member of the Canadian indie rock group The New Pornographers. Her mix of alternative country, sometimes elegant 3 am sound is informed as much by pop, jazz, and blues flavors as the country & western-slanted melodies of her first two solo albums. Which isn’t to say Blacklisted is a total departure for Neko Case; her big, bold, but silky smooth voice is still a thing of beauty and, if anything, she’s still learning more. – thegreektheatreberkeley.com

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

Picture posted at nekocase.com.

Lineage:
Schoeps ccm4s > Sonosax M2 > Edirol R-09 (24/48) master wav > audacity (fades) > cdw ed (track splits) > tlh (flac8 & md5) > ffe (ffp) > tlh torrent file > torrent TTD
For this share: flac > wav > Audacity > wav > mp3

Track 01. Nearly Midnight, Honolulu 3:16
Track 02. Bracing for Sunday 2:17
Track 03. This Tornado Loves You 3:40
Track 04. If You Knew 2:54
Track 05. Local Girl 2:34
Track 06. banter 0:53
Track 07. City Swans 3:48
Track 08. banter 0:42
Track 09. Calling Cards 3:21
Track 10. The Tigers Have Spoken 2:58
Track 11. Red Tide 3:15
Track 12. Night Still Comes 4:09
Track 13. Hold On, Hold On 3:07
Track 14. Man 4:08
Track 15. Ragtime 4:15
46 mins

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MORE JAZZ ON SUNDAY: KAMASI WASHINGTON – LONDON 2015

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 January 2016 at

KAMASI WASHINGTON
London 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the London Jazz Festival, Barbican Theatre, London, UK; November 14, 2015. Very good audio (ripped from HD webcast).

Guesting on Kendrick Lamar records, touring with Snoop Dog, and putting out albums on Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder label, Kamasi Washington takes Jazz from the shelf of relics and makes it into something unexpected and dangerous again. Performing here as his London debut, following the release on Brainfeeder of his kaleidoscopic record The Epic, his blistering sax and luscious orchestrations on the one hand steeped in jazz tradition, while at the same time pushing in new directions. – barbican.org.uk

Saxophonist Kamasi Washington and his octet are all-American extroversion and hip-hop swagger (rather fitting for someone who was the star of Kendrick Lamar’s last album)… Washington – here playing his first UK date – is all id. There are some tight harmonies with trombonist Ryan Porter, but this is an octet defined by expansive, garrulous solos. A lengthy reinvention of Debussy’s Clair de Lune starts as a delightfully sleazy R&B ballad in 6/8, runs through several exploratory improvisations, and mutates into a hard-swinging jazz waltz. On Change Of The Guard, they hit a Pharoah Sanders-ish spiritual intensity… Having two drummers, Showaddywaddy-style, rather forces up the decibel levels: pianist Brandon Coleman occasionally switches to Hendrix-style keytar in search of volume, while bassist Miles Mosley uses various auto-wah and phase pedals to make his instrument sound like Miles Davis’s trumpet (or, occasionally, like a burglar alarm). – theguardian.com

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 3:11
Track 102. Change of The Guard 11:10
Track 103. Claire de Lune 18:08
Track 104. Re-Run 12:55
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Henrietta Our Hero * 15:14
Track 202. Final Thought * 21:52
Track 203. The Rhythm Changes * 18:21
56 mins

Lineup:
Kamasi Washington – saxophones
Brandon Coleman – piano, keyboards
Ryan Porter – trombone
Patrice Quinn – vocals
Miles Mosley – double bass
Tony Austin – drums
Ronald Bruner Jr. – drums
* Guest musician Rickey Washington – flute, soprano saxophone

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JAZZ ON SUNDAY: STEPHANE GRAPPELLI – ROTTERDAM 1988

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 January 2016 at

STEPHANE GRAPPELLI
Rotterdam 1988 [no label, 1CD]
80th Birthday Concert, North Sea Jazzfestival, Carrousel zaal 1, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; July 8, 1988. Excellent satellite radio.

As part of his 80th birthday celebrations, French jazz violinist Stephane Grappelli performed at the 1988 North Sea Jazzfestival in The Netherlands. In 1997, Grappelli passed away in Paris after undergoing a hernia operation. He was 89.

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Thanks to Lewojazz for sharing the show at Dime; and to jingledale for the setlist.

Lineage:
NPO Radio6, Mijke en Co Live!
dvb-s > ts > mp2 > mp3DirectCut > mp2

Track 01. Radio Intro 1:25
Track 02. Pick Yourself Up 4:57
Track 03. Tune Up 3:19
Track 04. S’Wonderful 3:45
Track 05. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be 3:51
Track 06. Just One of Those Things 2:37
Track 07. announcement 0:40
Track 08. Ol’ Man River 4:39
Track 09. announcement 0:10
Track 10. Willow Weep For Me 5:28
Track 11. Chattanooga Choo Choo 2:35
Track 12. announcement 0:11
Track 13. Honeysuckle Rose 4:08
Track 14. Walking My Baby Back Home 4:06
Track 15. You Are The Sunshine of My Life 4:29
Track 16. announcement 0:25
Track 17. Chanson Des Rues 4:08
Track 18. Them There Eyes 2:17
54 mins

Lineup:
Stephane Grappelli – violin
Laurie Holloway – piano
Martin Taylor – guitar
Marc Fosset – guitar
Jeff Green – guitar
Jack Sewing – bass
Allan Ganley – drums

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THE 21st CENTURY: AN ERA OF FRAUD

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 24 January 2016 at

It is still too early to call who will be the last man standing. But here’s a view of an America that is as far removed from the optimism of the ’60s as time itself. By Paul Craig Roberts.

In the last years of the 20th century, fraud entered US foreign policy in a new way. On false pretenses Washington dismantled Yugoslavia and Serbia in order to advance an undeclared agenda. In the 21st century, this fraud multiplied many times.

Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, and Libya were destroyed, and Iran and Syria would also have been destroyed if the President of Russia had not prevented it. Washington is also behind the current destruction of Yemen, and Washington has enabled and financed the Israeli destruction of Palestine.

Additionally, Washington operated militarily within Pakistan without declaring war, murdering many women, children, and village elders under the guise of “combating terrorism.” Washington’s war crimes rival those of any country in history.

Click here for the article.

VIOLENT FEMMES – CHICAGO 1989

Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 23 January 2016 at

VIOLENT FEMMES
Chicago 1989 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Riviera Theater, Chicago, IL; March 16, 1989. Very good FM broadcast.

American cowpunk band Violent Femmes have recently announced their first studio album after 15 years. We Can Do Anything will be released on March 4 through PIAS. Their last album, Freak Magnet, was released in 2000 (originally due for 1998, it was held over after they were dropped by Interscope).

While waiting for the new album, here are the Violent Femmes from 1989. At that time, the group had just released the “3” album.

Thanks to mdshrk1 for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

Picture posted at concertwith.me – Thanks!

Lineage:
FM (Onkyo TX8511) > SoundBlaster (Live! 24 bit External) > wav (CD Wave Editor) > flac

Track 01. I Hear the Rain 1:52
Track 02. Nightmares 3:37
Track 03. Mother of a Girl 3:15
Track 04. Prove My Love 2:47
Track 05. Dating Days 3:28
Track 06. Kiss Off 4:09
Track 07. To the Kill 4:08
Track 08. Hallowed Ground 4:54
Track 09. Jesus Walking on the Water 4:06
Track 10. World We’re Living In 4:52
Track 11. Lies 2:12
Track 12. Just Like My Father 2:17
Track 13. Fool in the Full Moon 4:54
Track 14. Blister in the Sun 5:21
Track 15. Add It Up 5:35
58 mins

Lineup:
Gordon Gano – guitar, vocals
Brian Ritchie – bass
Victor DeLorenzo – drums

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