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Philadelphia 2016 [no label, 1CD]

WXPN World Café Live, Special Producers Session, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; November 8, 2016. Very good audio (ripped from HD webcast).

On September 30, 2016, Drive-By Truckers released their 11th studio album, American Band, where the group tackles “social and political issues with firebrand zeal. Racism, immigration, gun violence, hate symbols and censorship all get their turn in the crosshairs of the band, fronted by Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley. But the record isn’t driven by unfocused anger: It’s a poignant take on what it means to be an American in a time when uncertainty and fear are omnipresent. As Hood says, he hopes to ‘turn on that light in the basement and see what’s scampering so we can figure out what we’re dealing with’.”

Thanks to indykid for sharing the webcast at Dime.

Track 01. introduction by host David Dye 1:31
Track 02. Ramon Casiano 5:24
Track 03. Guns Of Umpqua 4:03
Track 04. Q&A with David Dye 7:23
Track 05. Surrender Under Protest 4:01
Track 06. What It Means 6:27
Track 07. Q&A with David Dye 9:20
Track 08. Once They Banned Imagine 4:42
Track 09. Gimme Some Truth (John Lennon cover) 4:06
47 mins

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Who to blame should a third world war erupt? We have placed the phrase in lower case. Why give such a horrific event, should it occur, any credence? By Chandra Muzaffar.

Is a war in the making – a third world war?

If there is much talk about such a possibility, it is mainly because of the tensions between the United States and Russia. Tensions between the two most powerful nuclear states in the world have never been this high since the end of the Cold War in 1989 and the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991.

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Featuring the Miami Horns
Nothing to Lose: The 1977 Tour Revisited Vol 11 [JEMS Archive, 2CD]

Live at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena, Binghamton, NY; March 15, 1977. “Official Audience Recording” Fairly to very good audience recording.

Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi rocked the streets of Philadelphia in front of Independence Mall on Monday night (Nov 7) in support of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Springsteen did not mince words, taking aim at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as a man “whose vision is limited to little beyond himself.”

“Tomorrow those ideas and that campaign is going down,” he said, urging voters to remember the outcome of Tuesday’s election as the day “we stood with Hillary Clinton on the right side of history and a dream of a better America.”

Armed with an acoustic guitar, Springsteen opened with “Thunder Road” and played “Long Walk Home,” which he called a “prayer for post election,” before wrapping up with “Dancing in the Dark.”

Springsteen praised Clinton as a candidate who embraces an inclusive country. “Hillary sees an America where the issue of income distribution should be at the forefront of our national conversation. She sees an America where an issue of immigration reform is dealt with realistically and compassionately.”

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Thanks to JEMS and to mjk5510 for sharing this show at Dime.

Known Faults:
-Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out: first few notes missing
-Last 3 songs missing (patched from alternate source)

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JEMS Transfer: first- or second-generation cassette > Nakamichi 670ZX (azimuth adjustment) > DAT > Wavelab 16/44.1 capture > .wav > Peak Pro XT (patch / volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.35 > FLAC

Disc 1
Track 101. Night 3:31
Track 102. Don’t Look Back 2:54
Track 103. Spirit In The Night 7:00
Track 104. It’s My Life 12:29
Track 105. Thunder Road 6:28
Track 106. She’s The One 11:29
Track 107. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 4:32
Track 108. Action In The Streets 5:15
54 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Backstreets 16:03
Track 202. Jungleland 10:27
Track 203. Rosalita (Alternate Source) 12:22
Track 204. Born To Run (Alternate Source) 5:12
Track 205. Quarter To Three (Alternate Source) 10:55
55 mins

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Phoenix 2016 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ; July 1, 2016. Fairly good audience recording.

While rockers such as Bruce Springsteen fielded for Hillary Clinton, here’s Ted Nugent standing up for Donald Trump.

Conservative rocker Ted Nugent appeared at a rally at Freedom Hill Amphitheater in Sterling Heights, Michigan, on November 6, 2016 to stump for Trump and play some music. He also had some things to say.

“[Michigan has] the hardest-working s**t-kickers mankind has ever known,” he said before grabbing his groin. “I’ve got your blue state right here. Black and blue. Each and every one of you have only 24 hours to convince the numb nuts that you know, that you can’t vote for criminals, you can’t vote for liars, you can’t vote for scam artists.”

On November 7, Nugent went on a 16-minute Facebook Live diatribe about what it means to be an American and not voting for Hillary Clinton. “I believe Donald Trump believes in the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Golden Rule, the 10 Commandments as the foundation for the greatest quality of individual freedom and quality of life in the history of humankind,” he said.

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Thanks to extrapail for sharing the show at Dime.

Picture by Owen Sweeney, posted at – Thanks!

Sony M10 > Audio Reality microphones > Audacity > xAct > SBE > FLAC
In association with MFNTOONCES PRODUCTION.

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:11
Track 102. Star Spangled Banner 4:06
Track 103. Gonzo 3:50
Track 104. Yank Me Crank Me 9:01
Track 105. Snakeskin Cowboy 10:36
Track 106. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang 10:34
Track 107. Red House 7:44
Track 108. Free For All 5:24
53 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Good Friends and a Bottle of Wine 7:13
Track 202. I Still Believe 13:24
Track 203. Fred Bear 9:40
Track 204. Cat Scratch Fever 4:43
Track 205. Stranglehold 10:40
Track 206. Great White Buffalo 12:22
58 mins

Ted Nugent – guitar, vocals
Greg Smith – bass
Jason Hardless – drums

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Banned For Life [Pluto Records PLR CD 9306, 1CD]

Live at the Seattle Center Coliseum (Washington Music Industry Coalition Benefit), Seattle, WA; September 11, 1992. (Artwork lists the date as October 11, 1992). Fairly to very good audience recording. Vocals a bit distant.

Nirvana Bootography Review:

Great Show! This disc sports the complete 9-11-92 show (almost 78 minutes) from a crisp, clear, digital audience recording. The set list is fantastic and includes a lot of early “In Utero” material (three songs), Lounge Act, and the “More than a feeling” intro for “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

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Thanks to assamestar for sharing the show on the net.

Track 01. Breed 3:13
Track 02. Drain You 3:44
Track 03. Aneurysm 4:40
Track 04. School 2:46
Track 05. Sliver 1:57
Track 06. In Bloom 4:20
Track 07. Come As You Are 3:30
Track 08. Lithium 4:18
Track 09. About a Girl 2:59
Track 10. Tourette’s 2:00
Track 11. Polly 2:46
Track 12. Lounge Act 2:38
Track 13. Smells Like Teen Spirit 4:55
Track 14. On a Plain 3:04
Track 15. Negative Creep 2:31
Track 16. All Apologies 4:06
Track 17. Been a Son 2:15
Track 18. Blew 3:11
Track 19. Dumb 3:05
Track 20. Rape Me 2:23
Track 21. Stay Away 3:30
Track 22. Love Buzz 3:29
Track 23. Territorial Pissings 6:36
78 mins

Kurt Cobain – guitar, vocals
Krist Novoselic – bass, accordion
Dave Grohl – drums, backing vocals

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Lausanne 2016 [no label, 1CD]

Festival Onze+, Salle Paderewski, Casino de Montbenon, Lausanne, Switzerland; November 2, 2016. Very good satellite radio.

In 1983 American double bassist Gary Peacock joined Keith Jarrett’s “Standards Trio” with Jack DeJohnette (the three musicians had previously recorded Tales of Another in 1977 for ECM Records, under Peacock’s leadership). With the breakup of the “Standards Trio” in 2014, Peacock decided to continue his career as the leader of his own piano trio, with Marc Copland on piano and Joey Baron on drums. Gary Peacock is 81. – wikipedia

Thanks to unclewolfi for sharing the show at Dime.

dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/256 kbps) [radio station – espace 2]

Track 01. Estate 12:43 (21.4MB)
Track 02. I Loves You Porgy 10:11 (17.1MB)
Track 03. Footprints 9:03 (15.2MB)
Track 04. Requiem 12:06 (20.3MB)
Track 05. Untitled 6:58 (11.7MB)
Track 06. Untitled 9:12 (15.5MB)
Track 07. Vignette 6:18 (10.6MB)
Track 08. Untitled 3:13 (5.4MB)
70 mins

Gary Peacock – bass
Marc Copland – piano
Joey Baron – drums

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The Complete Collection: Beginnings As A Folksinger [no label, 3CD]

Live at the Bandersnatch Coffeehouse, Granville, OH; March 15, 1969. The Nowhere Coffeehouse, Cincinnati, OH; May 9, 1969. The Wise Owl Coffeehouse, Cincinnati, OH; May 10, 1969. Very good soundboard.

Thanks to taper John Marlowe; and to jddpro for sharing these tracks at Dime.

jddpro’s notes:

Bandersnatch, Nowhere and Wise Owl – These soundboard recordings were made by John Marlowe in the spring of 1969, after The Mitchell Trio broke up, but before John’s first solo album came out. They are some of my favorite concert recordings. When I first had the idea of a compilation from this era of John Denver, I was initially going to make it a “Best Of” kind of thing which would fit onto one single CD. However, it eventually became a “Complete Collection”, because it’s really hard to pick the “best” 80 minutes from over eight hours of wonderful live music!

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Soundboard > Cassette Tapes > WAV > Speed Correction > Track Edits > WAV > SBE Fix > TLH > FLAC Level 8

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Forever Swingin’ [no label, 1CD]

Collection of outtakes and live tracks; from the ’40s and beyond. Fairly to very good mono/stereo soundboard.

As usual with such compilations, duplication of tracks (on various titles) is inevitable.

Track 01. Our Love 4:31
Track 02. Hot Time In Berlin 2:20
Track 03. Autumn In New York 2:34
Track 04. My Blue Heaven 1:44
Track 05. Try A Little Tenderness 3:00
Track 06. Beautiful Baby 2:03
Track 07. I Only Have Eyes For You (live) 2:41
Track 08. Ad Lib Blues 2:20
Track 09. That Old Devil Moon 7:55
Track 10. You Make Me Feel So Young (live 1957) 2:49
Track 11. High Hopes for JFK (1960) 1:57
Track 12. New York New York (live 1979) 3:30
Track 13. Mack The Knife (live ’80s) 4:19
Track 14. Nice And Easy 9:23
Track 15. You And The Night And The Music 7:50
59 mins

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London 1970 [no label, 1CD]

BBC In Concert. Live at the Paris Theatre, London, UK; April 30, 1970. Very good soundboard.

Thanks to dedhed69 for sharing the show at The Traders’ Den.

dedhed69’s notes:

John Peel Introduces & comments on each song.
Noticed Rick Grech has not joined the band yet.

This Is SOURCE #1 – Complete but a little less stereo-sounding than source #2 [Source 1 is The original]
* Patches were used to add the applause and John Peel for the radio show

Other Sources
SOURCE #2. Source #2 – Westwood One “Superstars of Rock” #92-28 (1992) transcription disc (commercials cut out) > Dat. Nice stereo mix but very cut up (missing 1 song and John Peel’s comments). Also has crowd noise over the start of some of the songs.
Also this is more complete than 2006 PR version.

BBC Radio Broadcast [pre-broadcast with *patches from a 1st gen. off-air FM reel] for complete radio broadcast.
BBC Transcription Disc > Sony RMR D100 > Sony Sony D8 DAT > Sony RMR D100 > Wav > CD > EAC > FLAC

Track 01. Who Knows What Tomorrow Might Bring 6:54
Track 02. Every Mother’s Son 7:28
Track 03. No Time To Live 6:33
Track 04. Medicated Goo 3:08
Track 05. John Barleycorn 5:28
Track 06. Pearly Queen 5:22
Track 07. Stranger To Himself 5:27
Track 08. Empty Pages 6:59
Track 09. Glad 7:54
Track 10. Freedom Rider 5:33
61 mins

Steve Winwood – organ, guitar, vocals
Jim Capaldi – drums, vocals
Chris Wood – sax, organ, bass, vocals

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Paris 1968/67 [no label, 1CD]

Julie Driscoll – Ce Soir On Danse, ORTF TV Studios, Paris, France; April 1968. Procol Harum – live at L’Olympia, Paris, France; August 1967. Fairly to very good audio from TV broadcasts.

Julie Driscoll is an English singer and actress, known for her 1960s versions of Bob Dylan and Rick Danko’s “This Wheel’s on Fire”, and Donovan’s “Season of the Witch”, both with keyboardist Brian Auger and The Trinity. Since the 1970s, Driscoll has concentrated on experimental vocal music. She married jazz musician Keith Tippett and collaborated with him and now uses the name Julie Tippetts.

English rock band Procol Harum contributed to the development of symphonic rock and, by extension, progressive rock. Although noted for its baroque and classical influence, Procol Harum’s music also embraces the blues, R&B, and soul. – wikipedia

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Thanks to StuHanson for sharing the shows at Dime.

Julie Driscoll and Trinity picture byEric Koch, posted at – Thanks!

Procol Harum picture posted at

ORTF TV 16mm Film > 1″ UMATIC Tape (Master Transfer of Line Feed Audio)
> Lexicon Lambda > Logic (tracking only) > AIFF > xAct (SBE correction) > wav > flac

Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity; April 1968
Track 01. Bumpin On Sunset 6:26
Track 02. Red Beans And Rice 5:46
Track 03. introductions 0:41
Track 04. Save Me 4:25
Track 05. Outskirts Of Town 5:29
Track 06. A Day In The Life 5:17
29 mins

Procol Harum; August 1967
Track 01. A Christmas Camel 4:40
Track 02. Conquistador 2:35
Track 03. She Wandered Through The Garden Fence 3:27
Track 04. Salad Days (Are Here Again) 3:43
Track 05. Outside The Gates Of Cerdes 5:09
Track 06. Kaleidoscope 2:44
Track 07. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 6:50
30 mins

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