Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 25 April 2015 at

Secret Gig – San Luis 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the SLO Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo, CA; April 16, 2015. Fairly good audience recording.

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Todd and Korie Newman of Good Medicine Presents dropped a super secret show on SLO Town last night – Thursday, April 16 – when they welcomed Neil Young to SLO Brew. Young, backed by Willie Nelson’s son Lukas Nelson and his band Promise of the Real, delivered two sets of environmentally focused and socially conscious rock to a sellout crowd that quickly lined up around the block as news of the last-minute concert spread by word of mouth. Those who couldn’t get in gathered in the alleyway to listen to Young through the side door, and what they heard was Young rail against his pet causes, from corporations to GMO manufacturers. Monsanto basically got punched in the face by Young’s songs.

What’s amazing is no one seemed to know about the concert until the very last minute.

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Thanks to Whiskeyrecordings who recorded the show; and to kingrue for sharing the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

Thanks also to ethiessen1 for the artwork.

Source: Zoom H1 w/internal mics (16/44.1) > CD Trade
Transfer: CD-R > Soundforge 9.0 > WAV > TLH (Sector Boundary aligned) Flac level 6

Disc 1
Track 101. Country Home 9:51
Track 102. People Want to Hear About Love (new) 6:53
Track 103. New Day for the Planet (new) 6:15
Track 104. Down by the River 16:32
Track 105. Too Big Too Fail (new) 8:49
Track 106. GMO-Starbucks (new) 5:42
55 mins

Disc 2
Walk On [not recorded]
Track 201. Monsanto Years (new; cuts in) 7:32
Track 202. I Don’t Know You (new) 5:39
Track 203. Seeds (new) 5:02
Track 204. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere 6:01
Track 205. Big Sky Wolf Moon (new) 4:41
Track 206. Love and Only Love 13:02
Track 207. Workin’ Man (new) 4:39
Track 208. Country Home 7:55
Track 209. Crowd Cheer 5:31
Track 210. Roll Another Number (For the Road) 5:48
66 mins

Neil Young – guitar, vocals
Lukas Nelson – guitar
Jacob Micah Nelson – guitar
Corey McCorkmick – bass
Anthony Logerfo – drums

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 24 April 2015 at

Zabriskie Point The Complete Sessions Vol One [Time And River Records TR 69/1, 1CD]
Recorded in Rome, November/December 1969. Very good vinyl rip.

Thanks to highhopes58 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

highhopes58 noted:

The sound quality of this vinyl is great, what is to be expected from studio takes. The sources seem consistent with the exception of tracks 2 and 6. From the frequency analysis of each track a gentle roll-off at 18kHz can be seen, which indicates a reel tape as a source. The generation of the sources are unknown. Tracks 2 and 6 show a sharp roll-off after 19kHz, almost like a CD, although those are normally cut-off around 21kHz. I do not believe the source is mp3 coded as the cut-off would have been around 16kHz instead. Anyway, the record is a gem to listen to!

Cartridge: Ortofon Rondo Red (MC)
Turntable: Thorens TD165 MkII (modified with home-made in-built symmetrical 20dB MC pre-preamplifier)
(RIAA) Amplifier: Denon PMA-1500R

Track 01. Rain In The Country – Take One 6:39
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; another take made it to the final album as “Unknown Song”
Track 02. The Violent Sequence 6:05
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed a few dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; definitely an early version of “Us And Them”
Track 03. Fingal’s Cave – Take One 6:33
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed a few dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; this song never made it to the final album
Track 04. The Red Queen Theme – Take One 1:15
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed a few dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; another longer take made it to the final album
Track 05. The Red Queen Theme – Take Two 2:02
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed a few dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; another longer take made it to the final album
Track 06. Love Scene – Take One 6:30
cut begin and end and fade; amplify left and right channel +4db; takes 4 and 6 only made it to the 1997 bonus dics
Track 07. Blues Scene 7:04
cut begin and end and fade; manually removed a few dust clicks and pops; amplify left and right channel +4db; this track has been played on various concerts as encore around this period
Track 08. Crumbling Land – Take Two 4:57
cut begin and end and fade; amplify left and right channel +4db; another slightly shorter take made it to the final album
42 mins

Roger Waters – bass, vocals
Nick Mason – drums
David Gilmour – guitar, vocals
Richard Wright – piano, organ

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 24 April 2015 at

Vinyl Rarities [no label, 1CD]
Session and live shows – various venues and dates. Fairly good vinyl rip.

Jonathan Richman is generally credited as a forerunner of proto-punk for his Modern Lovers music but by 1980, his yearning to tell stories sans the drama of rock ‘n’ roll was out of step with ’80s hair bands and the new wave. Richman actually grew up in an earlier period infatuated with the Velvet Underground. His first demos were recorded with John Cale. Thankfully, his music is no mirror of the Velvets but beats a path all of its own.

Thanks to rankstranger for sharing the tracks at Dime.

[White label black vinyl; Matrix TIL 300 A/B]
Rega P3 With Ortofon Tango MovingCoil > Sony HA-T10 > McIntosh C40 Preamp > Tascam CD-RW 402 Recorder
CDRW ripped with EAC (secure mode), cut and indexed with CD Wave Editor > Audacity > TLH Flac level 6, aligned on sector boundaries using fix

Hilversum 3 FM broadcast:
Recorded on Maxell XL1 35-90B tape at 9,5 cm/sec. (four track/two channel)
Tuner most likely switched to mono to get a clearer signal here in Germany
There’s still some static noise, though
Played back with TEAC X-300R to Tascam CD RW-402
Cdr ripped with EAC, cut with Audacity, track separation done with Cd-Wave Editor

Kim Fowley sessions 1972
Track 01. Modern World 3:19

Harvard University 1974
Track 02. Walk Up The Street 5:04
Track 03. She Cracked 3:38

Pink Pop Festival Geleen 1978
Track 04. Roadrunner 4:50

Paradiso Amsterdam 1978
Track 05. Route 66 3:21

Stockholm 1978
Track 06. Back In The USA 3:08
Track 07. Pretty Little Girl 3:26
Track 08. My Love Is A Flower 2:32
Track 09. Rockin Rockin Leprechauns 2:14
Track 10. Here Come The Martian Martians 3:27

Paradiso Amsterdam 1978
Track 11. Lydia 6:03

Main Point Philadelphia; February 14, 1981
Track 12. Stop This Car 1:56

Bottom Lone New York; December 27, 1981
Track 13. You Are The One For Me 4:50

Bonus: Amsterdam Paradiso, September 24, 1977 (Hilversum 3 FM)
Track 14. Back In The USA 3:53
Track 15. Astral Plane 4:10
Track 16. Roadrunner 1:23
58 mins

Pink Pop Festival; May 15, 1978
Stockholm Konserthuset; June 17, 1978
Amsterdam Paradiso; most likely early May 1978

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 23 April 2015 at

Tokyo 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Budokan, Tokyo, Japan; April 15, 2015. Very good to excellent audio – matrix of audience and IEM.

There was a time when Noel Gallagher and Oasis could do no wrong when it came to Brit Pop and, as with most things, that too passed. Like Paul Weller, Noel has a good ear for pop and George Martin’s claiming him to be “the finest songwriter of his generation” is not without merit. On March 2, 2015, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds released Chasing Yesterday, the follow-up to 2011’s successful debut album.

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Thanks to taper mini, Popstar12345 and marantz123 for sharing the show at Dime.

Picture by eopuo, posted at Instagram – Thanks!

Source 01: Sound Professional SP-CMC-8 > SP-SPSB-2 (12v) > Sony PCM-M10 (24bit/48kHz) > Wave Hammer > Flac (16bit/44.1kHz) (24Bit Digital Remastering)
Source 02: IEM

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:56
Track 102. Do the Damage 3:07
Track 103. (Stranded On) The Wrong Beach 3:41
Track 104. Everybody’s on the Run 5:14
Track 105. Fade Away 5:03
Track 106. In the Heat of the Moment 3:38
Track 107. Lock All the Doors 3:53
Track 108. Riverman 6:51
Track 109. The Death of You and Me 3:27
Track 110. You Know We Can’t Go Back 4:06
Track 111. Champagne Supernova 6:41
48 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Ballad of the Mighty I 4:52
Track 202. Dream On 4:17
Track 203. The Dying of the Light 4:54
Track 204. The Mexican 4:16
Track 205. AKA Broken Arrow 3:40
Track 206. Digsy’s Dinner 2:31
Track 207. Don’t Look Back in Anger 5:03
Track 208. Encore 2:44
Track 209. If I Had a Gun 3:56
Track 210. AKA What a Life 4:45
Track 211. The Masterplan 5:26
47 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 22 April 2015 at

Band In Boston [no label, 1CD]
The Warner Brothers Radio Show, 1979. Excellent soundboard.

Here’s a pretty rare and excellent Robert Palmer show… Before Addicted To Love (1986) and Simply Irresistible (1988) turned Palmer into a pop machine. Palmer died in a Paris hotel room from a heart attack in 2003 at the age of 54.

Thanks to FREE_Forever; TheCommish and propylaen for sharing the show at Dime.

FREE_Forever noted:

So, this is the famous (?) “BAND IN BOSTON” show, not “Banned in Boston” as it is often called. It is a radio show from Warner Brothers, a Promotional Item, that has never been on sale, or has never been commercially released, so if KBFH, BBC, Westwood One or Rockpalast shows are allowed on Dime there should be no reason to refuse this one.

All I know is that this is live in 1979 in Boston on the “Secrets” tour…

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FREE_Forever’s end: Vinyl LP > Thorens turntable TD 126 MK III Electronic with moving coil > Rotel RC-1090 Pre-amplifier > Pioneer PDR-04 Compact Disc Recorder > Dell Dimension 8300 > dbPowerAMP > Flac4 > CD-R > TheCommish’s mailbox
TheCommish’s end): CD-R > FLAC Frontend > WAV > Nero (re-combining entire show) > CD Wave (re-tracking) > Nero (volume adjustments & slight edits/fades) > FLAC Frontend (aligned on sector boundaries) > FLAC

Track 01. Best Of Both Worlds 5:14
Track 02. Every Kinda People 3:46
Track 03. Too Good To Be True 2:54
Track 04. Some People Can Do What They Like 3:28
Track 05. What’s It Take 3:02
Track 06. Love Stop 3:00
Track 07. Can We Still Be Friends 3:06
Track 08. In Walks Love Again 2:39
Track 09. Kid 2:38
Track 10. Pressure Drop 4:09
Track 11. Sailing Shoes/Hey Julia/Sneakin’ Sally 8:39
Track 12. Bad Case Of Loving You 4:29
Track 13. Jealous 3:23
Track 14. You’re Gonna Get What’s Coming 5:12
56 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 22 April 2015 at

The first to fall in any civilization is the proper application of the rule of law. If the rich and powerful stand above the law, then society creates a gulf between its citizens dividing people into classes. The ruling class in modern society thinks it is possible to manipulate the truth using the media to control people’s perception. It remains to be seen. By Michael Krieger.

The American justice system is broken. Completely and totally broken. This has been one of the key themes here at Liberty Blitzkrieg since inception, and I’ve come to realize that the death of the rule of law is the single most important issue facing our society at this time.

This site has focused on the increased use of selective prosecution in these United States. If you are poor, disenfranchised, or a dissident, the full force of the law will rain down on your skull like a thousand tons of bricks. We have seen this repeatedly in cases such as the South Carolina man who was fined $525 and fired from his job when he failed to pay for a $0.89 soda refill.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 21 April 2015 at

Bremen 2015 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Women in (e)motion Festival, Moments, Bremen, Germany; March 16, 2015. Excellent satellite radio.

Canadian folk singer-songwriter Catherine MacLellan is the daughter of Gene MacLellan. Gene wrote Snowbird – although covered by many, including Bing Crosby and Elvis Presley, it is best remembered as a 1969/1970 Anne Murray hit.

After releasing her debut album in 2004, Catherine MacLellan earned immediate critical acclaim, labeled Critics Favourite New Discovery by Penguin Eggs magazine in 2008. Since then, she has toured internationally extensively and her music has been a perennial fixture at the top of Canada’s Roots Music charts. She said: “I was born to do this, and my father [the late Gene MacLellan] taught me the ways of a songwriter. I first used songwriting as a way to find out who I was. Now with every song I hope to find truth in inspiration and light in the dark.” Her latest release, 2014’s The Raven’s Sun, takes the listener further along Catherine’s journey in song, delving deeper into the territories of life, death and transformation.

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Thanks to Pawel for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Picture by Rob Waymen, posted at – Thanks!

Audio: MP2 320 kbps/48 kHz
Lineage: Nordwestradio > TT S2-3200 > DVB Viewer > mp3DirectCut

Disc 1
Track 101. The Raven’s Sun 3:47
Track 102. Frost In The Hollows 4:44
Track 103. Not Much To Do (Not Much To Say) 4:21
Track 104. Beneath The Lindens 5:58
Track 105. Left On My Own 4:58
Track 106. Jack’s Song 4:31
Track 107. Black Crow 4:30
Track 108. Trickle Down Rain 4:30
Track 109. Sparrows (Among The Sparrows) 5:23
Track 110. Snowbird 4:43
48 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Tell Me Luella 5:24
Track 202. Take A Break 3:33
Track 203. Rushing Winding Wind 4:26
Track 204. It’s All Changed 4:02
Track 205. Gone Too Soon 3:21
Track 206. Isabel’s Song 3:58
Track 207. Set This Heart On Fire 5:48
Track 208. Time Capsule 3:33
Track 209. Won’t Talk About Love 6:29
Track 210. Don’t Call Me A Stranger 3:48
45 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 21 April 2015 at

Bern 1971 [William Tell Edition 099, 2CD]
Live at the Restaurant Jardin, Bern, Switzerland; March 23, 1971. Fairly good audience recording.

Richie Unterberger,

The unusual power duo of keyboardist/vocalist Eddie Hardin and drummer Pete York made a few albums in the late ’60s and early ’70s, and were aptly described as a cross between Traffic and Procol Harum. They leaned closer to Traffic than Procol Harum, with their blend of hard rock, soul, progressive, and jazz influences; the swirl and swell of Hardin’s Hammond organ; and Hardin’s Stevie Winwood-esque vocals. And they came by that Traffic influence honestly: York had played alongside Winwood in the Spencer Davis Group before Winwood formed Traffic, and Hardin joined the Spencer Davis Group on keyboards and vocals after Winwood’s departure.

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Thanks to Doctor Robert, who recorded the show; and to William Tell and Lucifer Burns for sharing the tracks at Dime. Thanks also to Zubbid for the song titles.

Hitachi Low Noise Master Cassettes > Nakamichi 682 ZX Cassette Tape deck (normal eq/no noise reduction) > Tascam FireOne > iMac 3.06 GHz Intel Core Duo > Audacity > normalize > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Freedom Suite 18:16
Freedom Shuffle/Like A Rolling Stone/Freedom
Track 102. Tomorrow Today 7:08
Track 103. The Pike 21:07
47 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Deep In My Despair 8:20
Track 202. For The World 4:56
Track 203. Rock-N-Roll Medley 7:30
Jailhouse Rock/Mean Woman Blues/Rip It Up
Track 204. Northern Medley 14:33
Lady Madonna/Norwegian Wood
36 mins

Eddie Hardin – organ, vocals
Pete York – drums, percussion

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 21 April 2015 at

Critic After Dark Noel Vera braces himself for some midnight madness as he revisits Celso Ad Castillo’s cult classic Maligno (1977), “possibly one of the greatest Filipino horror films ever made.”

Celso Ad Castillo’s Maligno (Malignant, 1977), his horror genre follow-up to the hugely popular Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara (Let’s Frighten Barbara To Death, 1974) uses many of the previous films’ cast (Susan Roces, Dante Rivero, Mary Walter) but ups the ante considerably by openly inviting comparison with Roman Polanski’s masterful Rosemary’s Baby (1968) – Satanist cult targets attractive young couple (Roces as Angela Cortez; Rivero as her husband Paolo) and their unborn child – with mixed results.

On one hand the film’s tone isn’t as understated, the music decidedly unsubtle; on the other Ad Castillo (unlike Polanski) does manage to grant the cult’s leader his moment onstage, front and center, instead of forcing him to lurk about in the shadows.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 20 April 2015 at

Pasadena 1979 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA; April 21, 1979. Fairly to very good FM broadcast.

Thanks to Flying M Productions (flyingm) for sharing the show at Dime.

flyingm noted:

This is from a cassette tape that I copied from my friend Tim Sharp in 1979. An excellent performance captured by a live FM radio broadcast. Two thirds of this is recorded in mono with the middle third in true stereo. It may have been that the mono switch on Tim’s receiver was used to improve reception.

Copied from Tim’s master “off air” cassette to my Revox B77 reel then to my Sony DAT recorder at 16/48.
Transferred to 16/44 wav files and cleaned up numerous dropouts and defects with Audacity.
With the exception of the tape flips you will not even notice them.

The bad:
Tape flip in “Still Falls the Rain” and is at 29:24.
During “Ladytron” (between 54:41 and 54:43) there are two seconds of static from FM interference.
Next tape flip is during “In Every Dream Home a Heartache” which was spliced at 61:49 or 5:26 of track 12.
Although a couple of seconds were lost the splice is nearly transparent.

FM Broadcast (KWEST-FM LOS ANGELES) > Teac A-106 (w/ Dolby) captured on 2-60 minute cassettes
Akaii GX 570-D2 (w/ Dolby) > Revox B-77 > Sony DTC-690
Sony DTC-690 > Audigy 4 Pro (via toslink) > Audacity (convert to 16-44, clean up and phase shift by 20 samples) > CD Wav > Flac Level 8

Disc 1
Track 101. Introduction by Dusty Rhodes 0:32
Track 102. Manifesto 5:37
Track 103. Trash 2:48
Track 104. Out Of The Blue 5:22
Track 105. Angel Eyes 3:36
Track 106. A Song For Europe ( true stereo begins) 6:52
Track 107. Still Falls The Rain (tape flip – spliced) 4:21
Track 108. Mother Of Pearl 7:29
37 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Ain’t That So 5:51
Track 202. Stronger Through The Years (true stereo ends) 8:21
Track 203. Ladytron (two seconds of light FM static) 5:37
Track 204. In Every Dream Home A Heartache (tape flip – spliced) 9:27
Track 205. Love Is The Drug 3:47
Track 206. Editions Of You 5:11
Track 207. Do The Strand 4:11
Track 208. Re-Make/Re-Model 4:58
48 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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