Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 9 October 2014 at

New York 2014 [Mr Railing Recording, 2CD]
Live at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY; October 6, 2014. Very good audience recording.

After a 16-year absence, Christine McVie rejoins Fleetwood Mac band mates Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks. On With The Show, a 33-city North American tour, opened in Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 30, 2014.

Thanks to Mr Railing who recorded the show; and to seaweed1010 for sharing it at Dime.

Source: AT943cards > SP-SPSB-10 > MM-AT-1 > H2n [24/48]
Transfer: wavelab > r8b > cdwav > TLH(8) > flac
Location: First row upper level in line with left speaker stack. Mics split 2 feet placed over plexiglass barrier onto signage below

Disc 1
Track 101. intro 0:49
Track 102. The Chain 5:16
Track 103. You Make Loving Fun 4:32
Track 104. Dreams 4:31
Track 105. Second Hand News 3:39
Track 106. Rhiannon 5:35
Track 107. talking 0:54
Track 108. Everywhere 3:46
Track 109. talking  1:23
Track 110. I Know I’m Not Wrong 4:13
Track 111. Tusk 5:11
Track 112. Sisters of the Moon 5:03
Track 113. Say You Love Me 4:41
Track 114. Seven Wonders 4:21
Track 115. talking 1:41
Track 116. Big Love 3:59
Track 117. talking 0:58
Track 118. Landslide 4:27
Track 119. Never Going Back Again 5:04
70 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. talking 1:32
Track 202. Over My Head 3:09
Track 203. talking 2:17
Track 204. Gypsy 5:05
Track 205. Little Lies 4:21
Track 206. Gold Dust Woman 10:50
Track 207. I’m So Afraid 9:23
Track 208. Go Your Own Way 6:06
Track 209. encore break 2:48
Track 210. World Turning 8:52
Track 211. band intros 4:17
Track 212. Don’t Stop 5:11
Track 213. Silver Springs 6:16
Track 214. encore break 2 1:18
Track 215. Songbird 3:32
Track 216. applause 0:26
Track 217. Stevie final thanks 1:13
Track 218. Mick final thanks 1:56
79 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 8 October 2014 at

Los Angeles Express Soundboard Master [Misterclaudel MCCD-103/104, 2CD]
Live at the Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles, CA; November 12, 1974 (matinee). Very good soundboard. Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA; November 4, 1974. Very good audience recording.

Thanks to gustav766 for sharing these tracks at Dime.

gsparaco at wrote in 2009:

One of the nicest surprises to surface on Wolfgang’s Vault is this incomplete very good quality soundboard recording of George Harrison’s matinee show at the Forum on November 12, 1974. He played three shows over two days and no tape has surfaced for any of them. Not only is this the first tape to surface from the Los Angeles shows but is also the only professional soundboard recording from Harrison’s only US tour. The sound is a bit inconsistent from sounding muffled at the beginning of “Sue Me Sue You Blues” to clear and nicely balanced. It fades in at the beginning of “Hari’s On Tour (Express),” has a cut after “Cheparte,” and “Dispute And Violence,” and cuts out at 1:10 in “Tom Cat.”

Disc 1
Los Angeles Forum, November 12, 1974
Track 101. George Harrison – Haris On Tour (Express) 4:28
Track 102. George Harrison – While My Guitar Gently Weeps 5:33
Track 103. George Harrison – Something 4:16
Track 104. Billy Preston – Going Around In Circles 4:26
Track 105. George Harrison – Sue Me Sue You Blues 6:36
Track 106. Ravi Shankar – Zoon, Zoon, Zoon 6:19
Track 107. Ravi Shankar – Na Na Dahni 5:23
Track 108. Ravi Shankar – Cheparte 7:11
Track 109. Ravi Shankar – Anurag 12:22
Track 110. Ravi Shankar – I Am Missing You 7:30
Track 111. Ravi Shankar – Dispute And Violence 5:02
70 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. George Harrison – For You Blue 3:41
Track 202. George Harrison – Give Me Love 3:50
Track 203. George Harrison – In My Life 6:44
Track 204. Tom Scott – Tom Cat 5:03

Seattle Coliseum, Seattle, WA; November 4, 1974
Track 205. George Harrison – Maya Love    5:21
Track 206. Billy Preston – Nothing For Nothing    6:06
Track 207. George Harrison – Dark Horse    4:17
Track 208. Billy Preston – Outa-Space    6:09
Track 209. George Harrison – What Is Life    6:06
Track 210. George Harrison – My Sweet Lord    9:02
211. George Harrison – Hari’s On Tour (Express) – Omitted *
212.  George Harrison – For You Blue – Omitted *
57 mins

* Officially released on Songs by George Harrison Volume One and Two.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 8 October 2014 at

The Occupy Central protest in Hong Kong have got some quarters bothered by the role of US-sponsored, non-governmental organisations controlling the movement. David Lindorff, a Chinese-fluent journalist, assures that Hongkongers have had a long tradition of oppositional politics and are a mature polity aware of its rights and responsibilities.

A number of progressive and left-leaning writers in the US have jumped on a report by Wikileaks that the neo-con dominated National Endowment for Democracy (NED) and various other US-government linked organizations with a history of subversion and sowing discord abroad are operating in Hong Kong and, on that basis, are making the leap of “logic” that the democracy protests in Hong Kong must therefore be a creation of US policy-makers.

As a progressive, Chinese-fluent journalist who has spent years working in China and especially Hong Kong, and who has spent decades exposing the secret workings of US agencies and their network of fake NGOs in support of US empire, as well as their anti-democratic activities here in the US, I can understand why people might be suspicious, but I want to explain that Hong Kong is not Ukraine or even Venezuela or Brazil.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 7 October 2014 at

European Tour 1992 [The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-117-2, 2CD]
Live at St Jacob Stadium, Basel, Switserland; June 28, 1992. Excellent FM(?) broadcast.

Thanks to Freddiefifou for sharing this at Dime.

There is another version of this show that’s circulating as Ticket To Heaven. While both are very good soundboards, The Swingin’ Pig version has a slight edge.

kingmike at Dime commented: “Definitely more crisp than Ticket To Heaven, but both boots can’t really be cranked REALLY loud due to oversaturation (mastered too low or something).”

On Every Bootleg Site: “Taken from the original silver pressed bootleg “European tour 1992″. This is the best sounding Basel recording there is. Perfect sound and a great performance. This concert was both recorded for a television and radio broadcast. Complete concert.”

Silver CD “European tour 1992″ > PC > EAC [Flac Level 8]

Disc 1
Track 101. Calling Elvis 11:50
Track 102. Walk Of Life 6:04
Track 103. Heavy Fuel 5:21
Track 104. Romeo And Juliet 10:14
Track 105. The Bug 5:34
Track 106. Private investigations 9:35
Track 107. Sultans Of Swing 14:02
63 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Your Latest Trick 5:49
Track 202. On Every Street 7:09
Track 203. Two Young Lovers 5:26
Track 204. Telegraph Road 13:02
Track 205. Money For Nothing 9:36
Track 206. Brothers In Arms 8:50
Track 207. Solid Rock 6:09
Track 208. Wild Theme 4:09
61 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 7 October 2014 at

With sexy Uhm Jung-hwa headlining Kwon Chil-in’s Venus Talk (2014), a film about three women and their midlife crises, what it all boils down to is a bit of sex and some star gazing. Stephen Tan reviews.

Those who find their Kdramas on TV too coy and want something a bit more sexiting can seek out Kwon Chil-in’s Venus Talk (2014). Instead of young loves, the movie looks at three friends, already in their 40s, and their love lives, where everything on the surface is never what it seems.

Mi-yeon (Moon So-ri) appears happily married to Jae-ho but her need for sex is literally driving her husband crazy. On her part, Mi-yeon will happily dress up as a maid to “seduce” her husband only for Jae-ho to resort to viagra and other drugs in order to perform. And since their child is already studying overseas, Mi-yeon insists on having sex three times a week but for Jae-ho, some cuddling and conversation would have been preferable. But mostly, he tries to wriggle his way out of having sex with his wife.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 6 October 2014 at

Atlantic City 2014 [no label, 2CD]
Live at The Music Box, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Atlantic City, NJ; October 4, 2014. Very good audience recording.

When Foreigner played the Manchester Apollo in April 2014, David Randall reviewed:

Foreigner… ticked all the boxes and then some. After that initial alarm, with the absence of Mick Jones, they delivered what can only be described as a monumental performance. The band had already played ‘Waiting For A Girl Like You’ before the professorial presence of their leader, but when he did arrive – without a sedan chair, don’t be nasty – it all moved up a notch… [In Atlantic City, Jones joined the band from Track Six.]

Thanks to tapehead2 for recording and sharing the show at Dime.

Picture posted at – Thanks!

Source: SP-CMC-8 (AT943) > SP-SPSB-10 > Edirol R09 [24/48]
Transfer: SDHC card > wav file > Sound Studio (convert 16/44.1) > xACT > FLAC [level 8]
Recording location: Row M center

Disc 1
Track 101. Double Vision 5:09
Track 102. Head Games 7:18
Track 103. Cold As Ice 6:23
Track 104. Waiting For A Girl Like You 5:58
Track 105. Dirty White Boy 4:46
Track 106. Feels Like The First Time 5:06
Track 107. Break It Up 6:32
Track 108. Girl On The Moon (acoustic) 6:20
Track 109. Say You Will (acoustic) 4:59
53 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Night Life 5:14
Track 202. Woman In Black 4:45
Track 203. Urgent 7:41
Track 204. Jukebox Hero 15:16
Track 205. I Want To Know What Love Is * 9:47
Track 206. Hot Blooded 8:35
52 mins

* Accompanied by Mainland Regional High School Chamber Singers (Linwood, NJ)

Mick Jones (from track 6 on) – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Thom Gimbel – guitar, saxophone, keyboards, vocals
Jeff Pilson – bass, vocals
Kelly Hansen – lead vocals
Michael Bluestein – keyboards, vocals
Chris Frazier – drums
Bruce Watson – guitar

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 5 October 2014 at

Birmingham, Al 1995 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Alabama Theater, Birmingham, Alabama; October 18 1995. Good to fairly/very good audience recording.

Here’s one for Ed Saad.

And so, the Neverending Tour continues…

Thanks to zagortenay for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Cover posted at – Thanks!

Disc 1
Track 101. Drifter’s Escape 6:04
Track 102. Man In The Long Black Coat 8:41
Track 103. All Along The Watchtower 7:13
Track 104. Shooting Star 7:17
Track 105. I Don’t Believe You 8:32
Track 106. Silvio 7:23
Track 107. Tangled Up In Blue 11:45
Track 108. Masters Of War 6:25
64 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. One Too Many Mornings 12:09
Track 202. Jokerman 4:22
Track 203. I Shall Be Released 7:56
Track 204. Seeing The Real You At Last 7:41
Track 205. Alabama Getaway 7:48
Track 206. My Back Pages 12:12
Track 207. Rainy Day Women #12 and 35 6:41
59 mins

Bob Dylan – harmonica, guitar, vocals
John Jackson – guitar
Bucky Baxter – guitar,  mandolin
Tony Garnier – bass, stand up bass
Winston Watson – drums

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 5 October 2014 at

Hamburg 2012 [no label, 2CD]
Live at the Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany; October 26, 2012. Excellent FM broadcast.

The ’70s soul is still quite apparent in his voice, with shades of Donny Hathaway and Bill Withers, but he’s also the vocal heir to Nat King Cole… a major talent, not just as a singer but also as a composer, with a unique, elliptical style, both for melodies and lyrics… –

Gregory Porter is a Grammy Award-winning American jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actor. Porter won the 2014 Grammy for best jazz vocal album, Liquid Spirit. Porter always wears a modified flat cap for public appearances. The reason for this is not entirely clear, but he has mentioned its role as a security blanket and refers to it as his “jazz hat.” In an interview with conducted by George W. Harris on November 3, 2012, when asked “what’s with the ubiquitous hat?” Porter replied, “I’ve had some surgery on my skin, so this has been my look for a little while and will continue to be for awhile longer. People recognize me by it now. It is what it is.” – wikipedia

Thanks to survivor69 for sharing the tracks at Dime.

FM radio broadcast by “Il Cartellone – Radio Tre Suite Jazz”, Radio 3 RAI [third channel of Italian national radio]
FM > Hard Disc > web: ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 2.0 via Asus A7S333 C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > .aup > 44100hz/16bit wav > Audacity 1.3.5 Beta > flac level 8

Track 00. Radio introduction by Pino Saulo 5.05

Disc 1
Track 01. Painted On Canvas 10.06
Track 02. Band introduction 0.56
Track 03. On My Way To Harlem 9.05
Track 04. Be Good 8.04
Track 05. Work Song 10.38
Track 06 Skylark 7.07
46 mins

Disc 2
Track 07. dedication 0.46
Track 08. Mother’s Song 5.51
Track 09. Black Nile 8.02
Track 10. Real Good Hands 5.22
Track 11. Issues Of Life 8.04
Track 12. Illusion 3.59
Track 13. 1960 What? 12.40
Track 14. radio outro 1.00
46 mins

Gregory Porter, vocals
Yosuke Sato, saxophone
Chip Crawford, pianoforte
Aaron James, bass
Emanuel Harrold, drums

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 5 October 2014 at

In the age of fast food and instant this-and-that, even terror threats can be rushed-released. All you need is a compliant mass media. By Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain.

As the Obama Administration prepared to bomb Syria without congressional or UN authorization, it faced two problems. The first was the difficulty of sustaining public support for a new years-long war against ISIS, a group that clearly posed no imminent threat to the “homeland.” A second was the lack of legal justification for launching a new bombing campaign with no viable claim of self-defense or UN approval.

The solution to both problems was found in the wholesale concoction of a brand new terror threat that was branded “The Khorasan Group.” After spending weeks depicting ISIS as an unprecedented threat – too radical even for al-Qaeda! – administration officials suddenly began spoon-feeding their favorite media organizations and national security journalists tales of a secret group that was even scarier and more threatening than ISIS.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 4 October 2014 at

Denver 1970 [JEMS Archive, 2CD]
Live at the Denver Coliseum, Denver, Colorado; May 12, 1970. Good to fairly/very good audience recording.

Here’s one for Job Hunter.

For some, the missing link between the CSNY 1969 tour and the 4 Way Street live album.

Thanks to JEMS, BK; and to mjk5510 for sharing the show at Dime.

Uploader’s notes:

The extant recording of this night is typical quality for an early 1970’s audie, ranging from a bit rough to pretty decent. There is a marked quality improvement in the acoustic set beginning with Crosby’s “Everybody’s Been Burned,” as if the taper raised the deck or mic creating a somewhat richer sound. That or Crosby was mic’d much better than Stills and Young…

That being said, it does seem like this is the closest to a verified source/lineage as we’re going to have for the show. Also lending credence to the provenance of these cassettes is the fact that the Denver ’69 tape is an upgrade to what’s in circulation and the Greek Theater ’69 recording, while not complete, does not have the cuts between songs found on the circulating copy, so all three of these appear to be upstream compared to what’s around.

Case in point, on this new transfer of May 12, 1970, “Wooden Ships” follows “Chicago,” but on the circulating version it appears prior to “Chicago.” There is no break on this source between the two songs so we believe it reflects the accurate set list for the show.

As is often the case with tapes this old, playback wasn’t easy. The tapes required re-shelling and multiple playback passes to get the full recording transferred without squeaks and distortion. The result is quite listenable and hopefully offers a modest upgrade to the best circulating version, yielding more of the original recording and less mastering artifacts.

Disc 1
Track 101. Suite Judy Blue Eyes 9:51
Track 102. Teach Your Children 5:27
Track 103. On The Way Home 3:57
Track 104. Helpless 3:55
Track 105. Everybody’s Been Burned 6:19
Track 106. Tell Me Why 3:58
Track 107. Man In The Mirror 3:36
Track 108. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 4:52
Track 109. Black Queen 6:53
Track 110. Bluebird 3:05
Track 111. America’s Children 6:13
Track 112. Love The One You’re With 4:27
63 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Pre-Road Downs 3:45
Track 202. Carry On 6:07
Track 203. So Begins The Task 4:53
Track 204. Chicago 4:17
Track 205. Wooden Ships 8:04
Track 206. As I Come Of Age 3:48
Track 207. Southern Man 9:05
Track 208. Everybody I Love You 5:07
Track 209. Long Time Gone 7:25
53 mins

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