Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at

Fillmore East 1970 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Fillmore East, New York, NY; November 20(?), 1970 [late show?]. Very good soundboard. Previously uncirculated.

Thanks to davmar77 for sharing the show at Dime.

davmar77 noted:

As far as I can tell, this is from the first of a two-night stand of which the second night, November 21, 1970, has been around for years. This is a fantastic and brand new Leon SB to circulation and I was very glad to get the OK to share it here. None of this is released and the portion on Wolfgang’s Vault from this run doesn’t match this and is not for sale anyway so there should be no problems with this running.

SB Master > Analog 1st Gen > Unknown Transfer Info > Wav > Traders Little Helper > Flac

Track 01. Bill Graham Intro/Girl From The North Country 3:58
Track 02. A Song For You 5:02
Track 03. Get Out Of My Life Woman 4:26
Track 04. Slippin’ And Slidin’ 2:54
Track 05. Dixie Lullaby 3:12
Track 06. I Put A Spell On You 3:22
Track 07. It Takes A Lot To Laugh It Takes A Train To Cry 4:28
Track 08. Pisces Apple Lady 3:18
Track 09. Sweet Little Angel (Don Preston vocals) 5:50
Track 10. Blues Power/Shoot Out On The Plantation 5:00
Track 11. Hummingbird 4:43
Track 12. Crystal Closet Queen 2:58
Track 13. Prince Of Peace 3:57
Track 14. Give Peace A Chance 1:49
Track 15. Masters Of War 1:30
Track 16. Give Peace A Chance 1:31
Track 17. Delta Lady 4:21
Track 18. Roll Away The Stone 6:47
Track 19. Roll Away The Stone (reprise; with Elton John) 5:26
Track 20. Great Balls Of Fire 3:00
78 mins

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The central sex scene in Hideo Gosha’s Tokyo Bordello (1987) is between two women but it is not about a lesbian affair, it’s more like how to get a leg up in a skin trade driven by profiteering and human exploitation. Stephen Tan reviews.

When your business goes bad, you don’t go the poor house. Just send your daughter to the whorehouse! That’s what Hisano’s father did to her when his business crashed. Set in 1907 in Japan, Hisano, a 19-year-old woman from what looks like a middle class family, starts work in a brothel to pay off her father’s debts.

Given that Hideo Gosha’s Tokyo Bordello (1987) is set in a brothel, it is unavoidable and even inevitable that there will be a certain amount of nudity. The movie’s main twist is that its central sex scene is not between any one of the women prostitutes with a male client but between two female characters, Kokone and Hisano.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 16 March 2015 at

Brooklyn 2013 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY; August 4, 2013. Very good audience recording.

To any casual listener, Mungo Jerry (namely frontman Ray Dorset) were a one-hit wonder. Right from the beginning, just before Let ‘Er Roll, Dorset scats the opening of In The Summertime and admits, “Despicable me!” and, throughout the show, teases the crowd with snatches of the song. In The Summertime notwitstanding, listeners will find that Dorset is indeed a fine bluesman – as this performance will show. Have a good time y’all. For those whose memory is a bit rusty, Mungo Jerry also had hits with Lady Rose and Baby Jump.

ofap1 recalls Dorset’s appearance at the Festival in 1970:

Ray Dorset put this unknown jug band together and was hired to play between main sets as fill-in at The Hollywood Festival, Newcastle-Under-Lyme over the Bank Holiday weekend May 1970. The stuff was so good (memory has returned over the years!!) that they played a number of times over the weekend and rapidly became one of the highlights. Summertime was played many times and each met with riotous behaviour – barrier fences smashed down in time to the music. No one seemed to mind. From complete unknowns Summertime became a smash hit and a soundtrack to that summer.

Thanks to Manofz (zmanatl) who recorded and shared the show at Dime.

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’S (din) > Lunatec V2 > Benchmark AD2K
Sound Devices 722 [24/48]
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 14′ From Stage, 7 1/2′ High
DSP: Sound Devices 722 > Sound Forge 10.0 > CD Wave > flac (16)

Track 01. Introduction 0:16
Track 02. Let ‘Er Roll 5:15
Track 03. Alright, Alright, Alright 3:26
Track 04. You Don’t Have To Be In The Army To Fight In The War 4:50
Track 05. Open Up 8:41
Track 06. Lady Rose 3:24
Track 07. Hello Nadine 1:58
Track 08. Lady Rose 1:58
Track 09. Have A Whiff On Me 5:14
Track 10. Long Legged Woman Dressed In Black 4:06
Track 11. Wild Love 2:53
Track 12. Day-O 0:33
Track 13. Mighty Man 6:19
Track 14. In The Summertime 1:47
Track 15. Y’All Get Ready For A Party 0:47
Track 16. In The Summertime 1:19
Track 17. Mungo Jerry Is Here Tonight 2:05
Track 18. Baby Jump 3:20
Track 19. Really Had A Good Time Jam With Band Introductions 5:50
Track 20. In The Summertime 0:26
Track 21. Really Had A Good Time 3:44
Track 22. In The Summertime 2:38
Track 23. Y’All Get Ready For A Party 2:23
Track 24. Mungo Jerry Is Here Tonight 3:07
77 mins

Ray Dorset – guitar, harmonica, vocals
Brian Hurd (aka) Daddy Long Legs – bass
Jason Pereira – banjo, guitar
Mickey Finn – piano, organ
Joey Valentine – drums

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 15 March 2015 at

Hempstead 1978 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Caldrone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY; August 11, 1978. Very good FM broadcast.

Guitarist Dickey Betts was a founding member of The Allman Brothers Band. When the Allmans broke up in 1976, Betts released Dickey Betts & Great Southern in 1977 and Atlanta’s Burning Down in 1978. The Allmans reformed in 1979. Things reached a breaking point when the remaining original ABB members, Gregg Allman, Butch Trucks and Jaimoe, suspended Betts (reportedly via fax) prior to the launch of the band’s Summer Campaign Tour 2000. According to Betts himself, the band told him in the fax to get clean (presumably from alcohol and/or drugs). Betts was subsequently ordered out of the band after the dispute went to arbitration. Bett’s last show with the ABB was at the 2000 Music Midtown Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.

Betts is recognized as one of the greatest rock guitar players of all time, he had early on in his career one of rock’s finest guitar partnerships with Duane Allman, introducing melodic twin guitar harmony and counterpoint which “rewrote the rules for how two rock guitarists can work together, completely scrapping the traditional rhythm/lead roles to stand toe to toe”. – wikipedia

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Thanks to owsleysbear for sharing the show on the net.

Disc 1
Track 101. Run Gypsy Run 5:22
Track 102. You Can Have Her (I Don’t Want Her) 5:34
Track 103. Goodtime Feeling/In Memory of Elizabeth Reed 17:55
Track 104. Bougainvillea 7:30
Track 105. California Blues 6:06
Track 106. Jessica/Southbound/Jessica 17:42
61 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Crazy Love 5:00
Track 202. Long Time Gone 2:35
Track 203. High Falls – Part 1 12:08
Track 204. High Falls – Part 2 14:37
Track 205. Blue Sky 16:08
51 mins

The track, High Falls, has been arbitrarily split for easier access.

Dickey Betts – guitar, lead vocals
“Dangerous” Dan Toler – guitar
David “Rook” Goldflies – bass
Michael Workman – keyboards
David “Frankie” Toler – drums
Doni Sharbono – drums
Mimi Hart – background vocals

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Sweden 1953 [Natasha Imports, 1CD]
Live in Stockholm, Sweden; 1953. Very good Dutch/Swiss(?) radio broadcast. Public domain.

Continuing with our (occasional) series looking at European jazz releases in the public domain (more than 50 years).

As a bandleader, Lionel Hampton established the Lionel Hampton Orchestra that became known around the world for its tremendous energy, dazzling showmanship and first-class jazz musicianship. The band also initiated the first phase of Hampton’s career as an educator by graduating such talents as Illinois Jacquet, Cat Anderson, Dexter Gordon, Art Farmer, Clifford Brown, Fats Navarro, Clark Terry, Quincy Jones, Charles Mingus, Wes Montgomery, and singers Joe Williams, Dinah Washington, Betty Carter and Aretha Franklin. As a composer and arranger, Hampton wrote more than 200 works, including the jazz standards Flying Home, Evil Gal Blues, and Midnight Sun. He also composed the major symphonic work, “King David Suite.” Lionel Hampton passed away in 2002 at the age of 94. – Various sources

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Thanks to LolaMontes for sharing the tracks on the net.

Track 01. Opener 4:14
Track 02. Summertime 3:57
Track 03. On the Sunny Side Of The Street 4:04
Track 04. Oh, Rock! 7:06
Track 05. How High The Moon 4:34
Track 06. Stardust 3:54
Track 07. I Only Have Eyes For You 4:29
Track 08. Blue Boy 9:19
42 mins

Lionel Hampton (vibes), directing
Clifford Brown, Art Farmer, Quincy Jones, Walter Williams (tp)
Jimmy Cleveland, George Cooper, Al Hayse (tb)
Gigi Gryce, Anthony Ortega (as)
Clifford Solomon, Clifford Scott (ts)
Oscar Estell (bar)
George Wallington (p)
Billy Mackel (g)
Monk Montgomery (b)
Alan Dawson, Curly Hamner (d)
Sonny Parker (vcl)

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 15 March 2015 at

When Philip Cheah is stuck in a traffic jam with Indonesian filmmaker Garin Nugroho.

If you have ever been caught in a Jakarta traffic jam, you would know that it often takes a few hours to clear. All these years of knowing Indonesian filmmaker Garin Nugroho, I’ve never been fearful of getting caught up in traffic. The reason is that Garin loves to talk… about anything. He talks about Indonesian society, world politics, crazy people he has met and, of course, about his cinema.

Sometimes I think that he talked to me all those years because he knew that he would one day ask me to co-edit his film biography, And the Moon Dances: The Films Of Garin (2004). Even when I’m half-awake, I know that Garin is still talking. His memories are embedded in my subconscious. I recall fragments, confessions and diatribes all flowing in a long unedited stream of passionate chatter.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 14 March 2015 at

Blackpool 1982 [no label, 1CD]
Live at The Venue, Blackpool, UK; August 30, 1982. Very good soundboard.

In the aftermath of Ian Curtis’s death on May 18, 1980, the remaining members of Joy Division – Bernard Sumner, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris – together with Gillian Gilbert formed New Order.

Thanks to original uploader lammah; and to robertinos for keeping the show alive at Dime since 2007.

Artwork by Species, posted at thebootlegbloke.blogspot – Thanks!

taped by: somebody at the mixing desk!
cass > CD > CD > EAC (secure) > WAV > Nero Wave Editor (balancing, dc offset, volume, edits) > CD Wave (tracking) > FLAC

Track 01. Procession 4:29
Track 02. Ceremony 4:47
Track 03. 586 6:09
Track 04. Truth 4:03
Track 05. We All Stand 6:18
Track 06. Hurt 7:45
Track 07. Everything’s Gone Green 4:30
Track 08. Age Of Consent 7:07
Track 09. Ultraviolence 7:11
53 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 14 March 2015 at

This One’s For You [Veteran Music Inc; 1CD]
Various studio outtakes and jams from 1968-1970. Very good soundboard (?); ripped from vinyl.

Thanks to Emilovius for sharing the tracks on the net.

Emilovius noted:

Some tracks are still very rare today…

The problem with this bootleg [vinyl] is that it was produced in 1987 and each side contains more than 29 minutes of music. Since the vinyl LP standard [for best sound] is a maximum 22 minutes on each side, you can see where the main problem lies. At the same time, the LP is very thin (80g ?) and it’s also safe to assume that not the best material was used in the manufacturing process. In short, even if brand new, this album contains a lot of imperfections, clicks and pops although the overall sound quality isn’t bad at all. The bright side is that it’s clear (it sounds that way to my ears but of course, I may be wrong) when you put the LP on the turntable that the sources are analog tapes so the sound is exceptionally soft and realistic. It’s like Jimi is rehearsing in your living room when you turn up the volume… Nearly an hour of great Jimi Hendrix!

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Original LP (Veteran Music Inc MF-243, USA 1987) > Omnitronic 2220 (turntable) > Onkyo TX-8020 (amp) > Xonar DS Audio Center (Windows 7) > Sound Forge Studio 9.0 > WAV (16-44.1) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (automatic click removal & track editing) > APE

Track 01. Lover Man I 4:20
Track 02. Instrumental with trumpet and piano 4:48
Track 03. Peace In Mississippi 7:04
Track 04. Little Drummer Boy 2:34
Track 05. Callin’ All Devil’s Children 4:35
Track 06. Jungle 6:17
Track 07. Ezy Rider 8:05
Track 08. Message to Love 5:03
Track 09. Things That I Used to Do 6:51
Track 10. Lover Man II 5:30
Track 11. Midnight Lightning 3:46
59 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 13 March 2015 at

New York 2015 [no label, 1CD]
Live at Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY; February 25, 2015. Excellent FM broadcast.


Steve Earle‘s old friend has always been the blues, but never has the prolific and mercurial songwriter released a quote unquote blues album. But that changed on February 17 with the arrival of Terraplane, an album that took its name from the Robert Johnson song [Terraplane Blues] about fast cars and even faster women.

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Thanks to tamlyn for sharing the tracks at Dime.

tamlyn noted:

Steve Earle and his band playing his latest album, Terraplane (and one appropriate cover – Hey Joe), for a small audience. This was broadcast on WFUV-FM (Bronx, NY) on March 11, 2015. This is an excellent FM recording.

Picture posted at

FM > Sound Blaster X-Fi HD > Sound Forge 11 > Traders Little Helper

Track 01. Intro 0:43
Track 02. Baby Baby Baby (Baby) 4:19
Track 03. You’re The Best Lover That I Ever Had 4:34
Track 04. Ain’t Nobody’s Daddy Now 4:01
Track 05. Baby’s Just As Mean As Me 4:03
Track 06. Gambler’s Blues 3:03
Track 07. Acquainted With The Wind 2:23
Track 08. Interview 7:45
Track 09. Better Off Alone 4:39
Track 10. The Usual Time 3:13
Track 11. Go-Go Boots Are Back 3:32
Track 12. The Tennessee Kid 4:40
Track 13. The King Of The Blues 4:09
Track 14. Hey Joe 4:52
56 mins

Steve Earle – guitar, vocals
Chris Masterson – guitar
Kelly Looney – bass
Eleanor Whitmore – keyboards, fiddle
Will Rigby – drums

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 13 March 2015 at

West Hollywood 1976 [JF Archive Series No. 2 via JEMS, 2CD]
Live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA; March 17, 1976 (late show). Previously uncirculated. Fairly to very good audience recording.

Legendary singer Linda Ronstadt, 67, told AARP ( August 23, 2013 that she “can’t sing a note” because she suffers from Parkinson’s disease. Diagnosed eight months ago, Ronstadt began to show symptoms as long as eight years ago.

Thanks to taper JF; JEMS and to mjk5510 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Source: unknown recorder > unknown stereo microphone
Original 1970s Transfer: JF master cassette > Toshiba Cassette Deck > Teac reel-to-reel (3-3/4 IPS)
JEMS 2014 Transfer: JF first-generation reel copy (3-3/4 IPS) > Otari 5050 mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX4 > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5 > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Colorado 5:08
Track 102. That’ll Be The Day 2:47
Track 103. Love Has No Pride 4:50
Track 104. Silver Threads And Golden Needles 5:08
Track 105. Willin’ 4:25
Track 106. Someone To Lay Down Beside Me 6:20
Track 107. It Doesn’t Matter Anymore 3:49
Track 108. Dialogue (Prop 15 Nuclear Waste Safeguards) 4:51
Track 109. When Will I Be Loved 3:22
Track 110. Lose Again 4:41
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Faithless Love 5:24
Track 202. Heartaches In Heartaches 5:07
Track 203. Long Long Time 5:20
Track 204. I Can’t Help It 2:55
Track 205. Desperado 3:49
Track 206. Band Introduction 2:03
Track 207. Love Is A Rose 3:01
Track 208. You’re No Good 4:00
Track 209. Heatwave 4:45
Track 210. Rivers Of Babylon 1:06
Track 211. Heart Like A Wheel 3:17
41 mins

Click here for the tracks.

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