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Lee Kung-lok’s 3D Naked Ambition (2014) is a look on the lighter side of the Japanese adult video industry but with Chapman To and his unlikely comments on the stuff of Hongkongers, the film has become much more relevant in spite of itself. Stephen Tan reviews.

While thousands of Hongkongers took to the streets to take part in the Occupy Central movement (click here), many at home ended up watching TVB series, Line Walker, trying to figure out the undercover agents in the policier. Perhaps the more pertinent and certainly the more resonant film is Lee Kung-lok’s 3D Naked Ambition (2014). In the face of actual police brutality, Naked Ambition star, Chapman To, posted on Facebook: “When Chapman To, the one who offends everyone, speaks up, (it can be) a small thing. But now, Chow Yun Fat, the one whom everyone wants to take a picture with, says you are doing something. Even Tony Leung, the one who doesn’t speak a lot, has spoken. You are in big trouble.”

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 20 October 2014 at

Featuring David Crosby
Back To The Nest [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Rockefellers, Houston, TX; August 21, 1988 (early show). Very good soundboard.

David Crosby was arrested and jailed on drug and weapons charges in Texas in May 1982. Crosby was sentenced to two terms, but the conviction was overturned; arrested several more times, he finally turned himself in to the authorities in December 1985. He would spend eight months in prison. Based on a promise he made to Crosby should he clean himself up, Neil Young  rejoined CSN in the studio upon Crosby’s release from prison for American Dream in 1988. – Wikipedia

Thanks to the person who shared this on the net in 2006.

Uploader’s notes: “The first live appearance of David Crosby after prison.”

The Graham Nash Band
Track 01. Military Madness 3:10
Track 02. Pre-Road Downs 3:53
Track 03. Chippin’ Away 4:49
Track 04. Over The Wall 4:10
Track 05. Keep Away From Me 4:14
Track 06. I Used To Be A King 5:49
Track 07. Glass And Steel 5:08

David Crosby, Graham Nash and the band
Track 08. Critical Mass 1:23
Track 09. Wind On The Water 5:07
Track 10. Just A Song Before I Go 2:34
Track 11. Carry Me 4:35
Track 12. Compass 5:48
Track 13. Guinnevere 6:24
Track 14. Our House 5:01
Track 15. Teach Your Children 3:08

Bonus (Late Show)
Track 16 Chicago    3:59
70 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 19 October 2014 at

Crawley 1993 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Outside-In, Hawth Centre, Crawley, UK; September 1993. Excellent FM broadcast.

While the music is not considered ear-shattering, it is also not for the faint-hearted.

Thanks to PsyKies for sharing the tracks at Dime.

PsyKies noted:

Recorded by me off air direct from the original broadcast in 1993 to a Panasonic Hi-Fi VHS video recorder in SP audio only mode. Sometime in the mid to late 1990s I misguidedly transferred all my radio recordings to VHS LP audio mode. This combined with the age of the tapes has resulted in some evident distortion throughout. Transferred to CD-R in the late 1990s and converted to FLAC in September 2009.

BBC Radio 3 FM > Denon TU-400L tuner > VHS > VHS LP > Soundblaster 128 > CEP > CD-R > EAC > FLAC

Track 01. Improv – Part A 11:03
Track 02. Improv – Part B 10:24
Track 03. Improv – Part C 7:53
Track 04. Improv – Part D 4:58
35 mins

Tony Oxley – drums, voice
Derek Bailey – guitar
Pat Thomas – keyboards, electronics
Matt Wand – drum machine, tape switchboard

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 19 October 2014 at

BBC Session – Lauren Laverne Show 2014 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Maida Vale Studio 3, London, UK; October 10, 2014. Excellent digital broadcast.

Formed in Manchester in the early ’80s, James have survived label collapses, lineup changes, hiatuses and illness to become one of the biggest live indie acts in the UK, regularly selling out huge venues to their legion of hardcore fans. They released their 12th LP, La Petit Mort, in June this year and sees the band adding a synth-inspired layer to their trademark indie sound. Earlier this year James also won the Steve Lamacq’s ‘Manchester World Cup’, and followed up their victory by playing the inaugural live session edition of Now Playing @ 6 Music with Tom Robinson, before heading off to the Latitude Festival.

Thanks to smiler40 who recorded and shared the show at Dime.

Digital Satellite (live) broadcast 2014-10-10 MPEG1 layer 2 48kHz @ 160kbps
BBC Radio 6 Music > DVB-S > TBS 6984 > DVBviewer > .ts > VLC (demux) > .mp2 > Mpeg2Schnitt (trimming) > .mp2

Track 01. Interview A 12:42
Track 02. Interview B 3:40
Track 03. Introduction 0:33
Track 04. Moving On 4:46
Track 05. Sometimes 4:38
Track 06. Interview 6:29
Track 07. Interrogation 5:40
Track 08. Hymn From A Village 3:58
Track 09. All I’m Saying 5:27
Track 10. Interview 5:50
Track 11. Getting Away With It 4:58
Track 12. Come Home 5:18
Track 13. Closing Comments 0:46
65 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 18 October 2014 at

First LP Rehearsals [no label, 1CD]
Unknown venue and date. 1971(?) Good to fairly good soundboard. [First time in circulation.]

Thanks to Professor Goody for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Professor Goody noted:

I’ve received a beautiful gift and I want to share it with the world. Starting right here. It’s just a little thing. Nothin’ huge… Well, not “huge” in actual size. It’s a teeny, tiny little thing… I’ll say it here before someone else does… Wish there was more… This is unbelievable stuff, friends. I can’t wait for you to hear it… Then, since it goes by so quick, you won’t feel guilty about hitting the “replay”… None of this has appeared anywhere before, for any price, or in any official capacity. Figured someone might ask…

One thing I’d like to recommend is to listen to one channel of these songs at a time for yourselves, at some point. Since the separation is so drastic, you can really hear just the guitar or vocal with very little of the other channel’s interference. I’ve chosen to leave it that way in mastering this tape, in order to maintain the archive as closely to how I found it before I did what I thought were the necessities to give it its rightful presentation.  And it’s got a nice old school vibe…

Click here for the lossless flacs.

Unknown generation SBD recording received in trade
Transfer: Nak Dragon through an Avid MBox Mini III into a PC
foobar2000 (WAV) > Audition (Amplified RC from 00:00:00:00 – 00:13:45:33 +6dB; Pitch Bender +34 cents; Noise removal; Track splits, fades) > TLH [Align sector boundaries; FLAC Level 8]

Track 01. No Whispering! 0:15
Track 02. Crazy Captain Gunboat Willie – No Whispering! 14:41
Track 03. talk 1:38
Track 04. Cat Fever 2:59
Track 05. Strawberry Flats 2:32
Track 06. The Fan (incomplete) 5:13
28 mins

Lowell George – guitar, vocals
Roy Estrada – bass, vocals (?)
Richie Hayward – drums, vocals (?)
Bill Payne – keyboards, vocals (?)

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 18 October 2014 at

London 1993 [no label, 1CD]
Live at The Apollo, Hammersmith, London, UK; February 5, 1993. Excellent BBC Radio 1 FM broadcast. Complete broadcast, incomplete show.

As a rock guitarist, Joe Satriani needs no introduction. After all, his former students include Steve Vai, Kirk (Metallica) Hammett; Alex (Testament) Skolnick; Larry (Primus) LaLonde and Charlie Hunter.

In October 1993, Satriani released his fifth studio album, Time Machine. While this Hammersmith setlist (below) did not include any of the album’s new songs, the selection did serve as an enticing curtain raiser to the then new album.

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

BBC FM > Marantz ST350L Tuner > Aiwa or Teac cassette rec > Cassette master > wav capture, track markers & cdr burn by Magix Audio Cleaner > Accuraterip to Flac level 8

Track 01. Satch Boogie 4:52
Track 02. Flying In A Blue Dream 5:29
Track 03. Summer Song 5:55
Track 04. Circles 3:38
Track 05. The Crush Of Love 7:53
Track 06. I Believe 5:25
Track 07. One Big Rush 3:27
Track 08. The Mystical Potato Head Groove Thing 6:05
Track 09. Cryin’ 7:18
Track 10. Surfing With The Alien 5:10
56 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 18 October 2014 at

The Occupy movement in Hongkong has energised young Hongkongers. They have responded to calls that they are “naive” with a response drawn from John Lennon’s Imagine. “You may say I’m a dreamer but I’m not the only one.” The media have since stopped counting the number of protestors on the streets.

Faraway in England, Hongkong students at Oxford University have banded together, revealed their faces, to sing a song from Les Miserables, “Do You Hear The People Sing?” in their native Cantonese.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 17 October 2014 at

Los Angeles 1978
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol Four [Mike Millard first gen via JEMS, 2CD]
Live at the Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA; June 7, 1978. This is the same show as Vol 3 in the series. However, it is an alternate recording – Recording B master. Very good to excellent audience recording. Incomplete show.

Thanks to Mike Millard for the recording; JEMS for the efforts; and to mjk5510 for sharing this at Dime.

Original notes:

JEMS is pleased to release the fourth in a series of recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike the MICrophone, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin in and around LA circa 1975-77.

Incredibly, our fourth installment is an alternative SECOND Millard recording from the final performance of Dylan’s seven-night residency at the Universal Amphitheater in June 1978. That’s right, the same performance as Volume 3 of our series, but a different recording made by Millard with a completely different rig. In addition to his familiar AKG 451E mics (CK-1 capsules) > Nakamichi 550 set up, Millard ran a pair of Nakamichi CM-50 microphones into a Uher CR-240 cassette recorder. We believe this is the first verified example of Millard recording on different gear and he uses the same set up for future shows in our series.

This recording also marks the first time in the run that Mike was able to capture the show from the very start, the instrumental version of “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall.” So we get the beginning of the show, but not the full encore, as the last song of the night, “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” is omitted. (Note: It can be found on Vol Three of the series.)

Here’s to the late, great Mike the MICrophone and to finding more lost tapes.


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Thanks also to Clapberry for the front cover.

Recording B Info: Nakamichi CM-50 microphones > Uher CR-240 cassette recorder
JEMS 2014 Transfer: first-generation reel copy (3-3/4 IPS) made by Mike Millard for SG > Otari 5050 mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > pitch correction > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall 3:56
Track 102. Love Her With A Feeling 2:39
Track 103. Baby Stop Crying 5:33
Track 104. Mr Tambourine Man 5:11
Track 105. Shelter From The Storm 4:34
Track 106. Love Minus Zero/No Limit 3:32
Track 107. Tangled Up In Blue 6:46
Track 108. Ballad Of A Thin Man 4:41
Track 109. Maggie’s Farm 4:53
Track 110. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) 4:29
Track 111. Like A Rolling Stone 7:03
Track 112. I Shall Be Released 4:43
Track 113. Going Going Gone 4:47
Track 114. Rainy Day Women #12 & #35 1:15
Track 115. One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) 3:56
Track 116. You’re A Big Girl Now 4:53
73 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) 3:36
Track 202. Blowin’ In The Wind 4:49
Track 203. I Want You 2:56
Track 204. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power) 5:27
Track 205. Masters Of War 4:18
Track 206. Just Like A Woman 5:37
Track 207. Don’t Think Twice 4:51
Track 208. Simple Twist Of Fate 4:55
Track 209. Oh, Sister 3:41
Track 210. All Along The Watchtower 4:12
Track 211. All I Really Want To Do 3:15
Track 212. Band Introduction 3:28
Track 213. It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) 7:00
Track 214. Forever Young 5:25
215. The Times They Are A-Changin’
This track is missing here but can be downloaded on Vol 3.
64 mins (without Track 215)

Bob Dylan – guitar, vocals
Billy Cross – lead guitar
Alan Pasqua – keyboards
Steven Soles – rhythm guitar, backup vocals
David Mansfield – violin, mandolin
Steve Douglas – horns
Jerry Scheff – bass
Bobbye Hall – percussion
Ian Wallace – drums
Helena Springs – background vocals
Jo Ann Harris – background vocals
Carolyn Dennis – background vocals

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 17 October 2014 at

New York 2014 [Mr Railing Recording, 2CD]
Live at the Beacon Theater, New York, NY; October 7, 2014. Good to fairly good audience recording. A bit distant.

On September 28, 2014, thousands of Hongkongers took to the streets as part of Occupy Central to protest for electoral reforms. In return, the police fired tear gas into the protestors. Until today, the protestors have continued to remain on the streets. Given that Jackson Browne is a well-known activist – he is no stranger to civil disobedience – it would have mattered if he had said a few words of encouragement to the Hong Kong protestors. After all, his latest album – released on the day of this show – is called Standing In The Breach. The Hongkong Occupy Central movement is using this phrase “You may say I’m a dreamer but I’m not the only one” on posters, placards and grafitti.

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Some might quibble over the sound – it’s clear though a bit “hollow” and “distant” – but Mr Railing deserves our thanks and full marks for the effort.

Mr Railing’s notes:

Show started promptly at 8 pm, so I missed some of the first song setting up. During Track 12, I got busted by security. He came charging with a flashlight blaring in my eyes, so I couldn’t see what was going on until he was in my face. I was told I was not allowed to audio tape and shut it down now! Then he came back and told me if he saw my recorder on or the mics, he would throw me out. Each time he opted to loudly speak directly into my ear, helping preserve the quality of the recording. Either I’m not a good listener or just stupid, as I never turned off the recorder. I handheld the mics in my lap for the next song. After that I placed the mics back on the more concealed lower rail for the rest of the show. Where possible I cleaned up some mic bumps on Track 12 and 14, but many still remain. Luckily, they occur only during talking. No music was lost or harmed during the bust.

Thanks also to seaweed1010 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Picture posted at

Source: AT943cards > SP-SPSB-10 > MM-AT-1 > H2n [24/48]
Transfer: wavelab > r8b > cdwav > TLH(8) > flac
Location: Set I mics split 1 foot on upper balcony rail until busted during Track 12. Next song mics handheld in lap, then rest of show mics back on a lower rail with a 6″ split

Disc 1 (Set 1)
Track 101. The Barricades of Heaven [cut in] 7:20
Track 102. Looking Into You 4:56
Track 103. talking 1:06
Track 104. The Long Way Around 6:40
Track 105. talking 2:44
Track 106. Leaving Winslow 4:00
Track 107. talking 1:58
Track 108. Shaky Town 3:27
Track 109. talking 1:51
Track 110. Doctor My Eyes 4:48
Track 111. I’m Alive 5:09
Track 112. talking 1:09
Track 113. For a Dancer 5:06
Track 114. talking 1:22
Track 115. You Know the Night 5:38
Track 116. talking 0:51
Track 117. Fountain of Sorrow 7:27
66 mins

Disc 2 (Set 2)
Track 201. Rock Me on the Water 4:47
Track 202. Which Side 6:44
Track 203. talking 2:08
Track 204. Standing in the Breach 5:47
Track 205. talking 0:51
Track 206. Looking East 6:37
Track 207. talking 2:11
Track 208. If I Could Be Anywhere 6:07
Track 209. talking 1:24
Track 210. The Birds of St. Marks 4:30
Track 211. talking 0:40
Track 212. These Days 5:54
Track 213. The Pretender 7:34
Track 214. Running on Empty 5:59
Track 215. encore break – talking 2:40
Track 216. Take it Easy 4:43
Track 217. Our Lady of the Well 5:23
Track 218. I am a Patriot 4:28
79 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 16 October 2014 at

Switzerland 2002 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Snowbombing Festival, Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland; December 4, 2002. Excellent radio broadcast.

Ideal for chilling out or for that long walk.

Kruder & Dorfmeister, named after members Peter Kruder and Richard Dorfmeister, is an Austrian duo best known for their downtempo-dub remixes of pop, hip-hop and drum-and-bass songs.

Thanks to elric66 for sharing the show at Dime.

Silver discs > EAC > Audiogate > TLH

Disc 1
Track 101. Untitled 12:32 (21.1MB)
Track 102. Untitled 10:40 (17.9MB)
Track 103. Untitled 12:06 (20.3MB)
Track 104. Untitled 12:36 (21.2MB)
Track 105. Untitled 6:41 (11.2MB)
55 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Untitled 16:00 (26.9MB)
Track 202. Untitled 11:17 (19.0MB)
Track 203. Untitled 11:24 (19.2MB)
Track 204. Untitled 9:31 (16.0MB)
Track 205. Untitled 7:56 (13.3MB)
Track 206. Untitled 7:13 (12.1MB)
64 mins

Shanti Roots – Afrique
Bobby Hughes Combination – Karins Kerma
Joseph Malik – Take It All In Check It All Out
Pressure Drop – Back2Back (Dorfmeister Vs Madrid De Los Austrias Dub Version)
Willie Bobo – Spanish Grease (Dorfmeister Con Madrid De Los Austrias Muga Reserva Mix)
Koop – Relaxing At Club Fusion (Dorfmeister Vs Madrid De Los Austrias Version)
Overproof Sound System – Watch What You Put Inna
Stereotyp – Fling Style
Earl Zinger – Song 2
Budnubac – Flag
Jaam Feat Eska – Call It To Mind (Jimpster Remix)
Jazzanova – That Night (Wahoo Remix)
Iz & Diz – Mouth (Pepe Braddock’s Remix For Friends)
Gotan Project – Triptico (Peter Kruder’s Trip De Luxe)
Blackman – Muestra Me/Ayro – Let This Love (Let This Accapella)
Voom:Voom – Baby3
Recloose – Ain’t Changin’
Stereotyp – Un Dois Tres
Stereotyp – Silence

Click here for the tracks.

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