Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 2 April 2014 at

Hollywood 2014 [no label, 2CD]

Solo live at the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, CA; March 30, 2014. Very good audience recording.

Thanks to Falconidave (David Sell) for recording and sharing the show at Dime.

Falconidave noted:

I still can’t ever imagine life without Neil Young!! What an amazing experience back to back! Neil was very talkative and funny throughout the show, even in the face of “Mr & Mrs Cinnamon Girl” which pissed him off enough to yell a hearty “Fuck You!!” in their direction. The audience was enthusiastic and loud, I did much work knocking the applause down to a very tolerable level, and wiped out ill-timed claps by “late recognizers”.

The crowd around me was very respectful, and the Taping Gods were smiling indeed! The only editing done was decreasing the crowd noise between and during a couple songs, otherwise it’s raw and pure and rivals any Schoeps recording I have ever heard!

Also, thanks to Brian van der Brug (front cover picture, posted at and Timothy Norris (back cover picture, posted at

AT853 sub-cards (3-wire) > Naiant Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10 (24/96) > Adobe Audition CS6 (normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1) > CDWaveEditor 1.96 > TLH > Flac
Location: Mez 1, Row E

Disc 1 (Set 1)
Track 101. From Hank to Hendrix 5:54
Track 102. On the Way Home 4:05
Track 103. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 4:48
Track 104. Love in Mind 2:50
Track 105. Philadelphia 5:42
Track 106. Mellow My Mind 4:42
Track 107. Reason to Believe 3:38
Track 108. Someday 8:45
Track 109. Changes 7:37
Track 110. Harvest 3:05
Track 111. Old Man 4:28
56 mins

Disc 2 (Set 2)
Track 201. Goin’ Back 5:21
Track 202. A Man Needs a Maid 4:48
Track 203. Ohio 3:47
Track 204. guitar banter 3:25
Track 205. Southern Man 5:05
Track 206. Mr Soul (pump organ) 5:22
Track 207. If You Could Read My Mind (Gordon Lightfoot) 6:19
Track 208. After the Gold Rush 6:08
Track 209. Heart of Gold 3:49
Track 210. encore applause 3:13
Track 211. Blowin’ in the Wind 5:32
Track 212. Long May You Run 5:00
58 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 2 April 2014 at

The rules are stacked against the worker and the little guys. Miminum wages remain too low while rents are too high and taxes for the 1% are too low. It’s a structural problem. Time to rebuild. By Pete Dolack.

It is not your imagination – you are working harder and earning less. Despite significant productivity gains during the past four decades, wages have remained flat.

This is a global phenomenon, not one specific to any country. It is not a matter of the viciousness of this or that capitalist, nor the policy of this or that government. Rather, widening inequality flows naturally from the ideological construct that now dominates economic thinking.

Click here for the article.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 1 April 2014 at

Glenside 2014 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Keswick Theater, Glenside, PA; March 29, 2014. Good to very good audience recording.

At, John J Moser reviewed the duo’s March 19 gig at Bethlehem, PA:

The best thing was that it seemed the two singers made each other better throughout the 18-song, hour-and-45-minute show. It was evident from the opening song, a cover of The Everly Brothers’ Wake Up Little Susie, which they attacked with enthusiasm, despite the relaxed atmosphere – the two alone on the stage with acoustic guitars, Earle in a flannel shirt and jeans, Colvin in a flowing, flowered dress. For most of the night, they alternated songs, occasionally joining with the other, but more often simply watching with the audience…

Thanks to edtyre for taping the show and sharing the tracks at Dime.

Picture by Brian Hineline/Special to The Morning Call; posted at – Thanks!

schoeps mk-4 > actives > nbox+ > sony pcm-m10 > 24/96 wav > adobe audition > korg aqua > xACT 2.25 > flac

Disc 1
Track 101. Wake Up Little Susie 6:28
Track 102. The Devils Right Hand 7:17
Track 103. Another Long One 5:42
Track 104. Goodbye 9:25
Track 105. A Matter Of Minutes 5:14
Track 106. Crazy 5:25
Track 107. Pancho and Lefty 6:56
Track 108. Trouble 9:49
Track 109. Someday 4:23
61 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Fearless Heart 4:03
Track 202. Diamond In The Rough 10:37
Track 203. City Of Immigrants 5:15
Track 204. Burnin It Down 4:17
Track 205. Sunny Came Home 5:51
Track 206. Galway Girl 5:29
Track 207. Your’e Still Standing There 6:09
Track 208. Baby’s In Black 4:47
Track 209. Copperhead Road 5:01
52 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 1 April 2014 at

A dismembered voice – and an operating system at that – as a male fantasy figure – albeit alluringly voiced by Scarlett Johansson? Critic After Dark Noel Vera looks at why more men than women seem to respond positively to Spike Jonze’s Her (2013).

The way Samantha is cast and the way Johansson plays her, you can’t help but think she’s playing a male fantasy figure, down to her desperate (and heartrendingly pathetic, not to mention disturbingly comic) attempts to please Theodore, especially sexually.

The premise of Spike Jonze’s Her (2013) – a lonely man named Theodore Twombly (who sounds bizarrely like a story by Henry Kuttner and CL Moore) falls in love with his operating system – seems to arouse interest in certain members of the audience, mild-to-intense distaste in others. But more on that later.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 31 March 2014 at

Brussels 1985 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Forest National, Brussels, Belgium; June 9, 1985. Fair to good audience recording – a bit distant, and a bit of echo.

The early ’80s were particularly successful years for Foreigner, with 4 (1981) featuring singles such as Urgent, Waiting for a Girl Like You, Juke Box Hero and Break It Up; and Agent Provocateur (1984) with hits such as I Want To Know What Love Is and This Was Yesterday.

For those who miss those heady days. A rousing show… if only there is a soundboard or a radio broadcast…

Thanks to tonsofsobs for sharing the tracks at Dime.

1st generation cassette > PC > CD Wave Editor (track splitting) > FLAC (Trader’s Little Helper)

Disc 1
Track 101. Intro 1:19
Track 102. Feels Like The First Time 4:52
Track 103. Double Vision 3:58
Track 104. Cold As Ice 5:53
Track 105. Blue Morning, Blue Day 3:42
Track 106. Head Games 4:44
Track 107. Waiting For A Girl Like You 6:10
Track 108. Stranger In My Own House 7:32
Track 109. That Was Yesterday 5:03
44 mins

Disc 2:
Track 201. I Want To Know What Love Is 7:28
Track 202. Reaction To Action 5:20
Track 203. Tooth And Nail 5:13
Track 204. Urgent 6:03
Track 205. Dirty White Boy 4:35
Track 206. Hot Blooded 7:43
Track 207. Juke Box Hero 7:11
44 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 30 March 2014 at

Sound Of A Woman [no label, 1CD]

Unreleased album, recorded 1996-1997. Excellent soundboard.

Johnette Napolitano was the lead vocalist/songwriter and bassist of Concrete Blonde.

Thanks to govegan for sharing the tracks at Dime.

govegan noted:

As far as I can remember, the collapse of Island happened shortly before the album was due to be released. She toured to promote it and cassette promo copies were mailed to radio stations, which is where this copy came from.

I had one of the copies of this that had been floating around for years, but finally got my hands on one of the original promo cassettes, which appeared to have never been played. I managed to get a great rip of it and, after a little bit of cleanup, it sounds amazing. I’ve downloaded a few different versions of this over the years and this is by far the best that I’ve heard. Even if you’ve downloaded this album before, you should definitely give it another listen.

Original cassette promo > Nakamichi 481 Tape deck > Auzentech XPlosion sound card > Audacity (slight tape hiss removal and channel tweaking)

Track 01. I’m Your Queen 4:48
Track 02. The Sound of a Woman 7:01
Track 03. I Can Do Anything 5:04
Track 04. Deliver 4:56
Track 05. Something Fast 3:31
Track 06. Todos Los Santos 3:30
Track 07. Firefly 4:12
Track 08. Human 4:45
Track 09. Closer 4:50
Track 10. Sleep 3:36
Track 11. Lullabye for Fabiana 4:28
51 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Saturday 29 March 2014 at

Lucca Night [Mid Valley 381-382, 2CD]

Live at the Piazza Napoleone, Lucca, Italy; July 7, 2006. Very good to excellent FM broadcast.

For those looking for another 2006 show… The performance is very good, perhaps due to having Derek Trucks and Robert Cray in the lineup.

Thanks to original uploader Japrainbow who shared it at Zombtorrent; and to ademotte for sharing it at Dime.

ademotte’s notes:

The bulk of this torrent is sourced from an FM broadcast of an incomplete show from Lucca, Italy; the broadcast faded in during the first song as this one does. The recording itself lacks the fidelity of a typical European FM broadcast – I think because the recording was oversaturated. It’s still a good recording and better than the majority of audience recordings from this tour… This also seems to sound better than the raw FM that appeared on DIME shortly after the broadcast. The bonus tracks are audience recordings, but actually sound pretty good – a few tracks from two different European shows on the same tour, and a Robert Cray opening set from yet another date (I guessed on the song titles for the latter).

silver discs > WAV > FLAC

Disc 1 (with Robert Cray)
Track 101. So Tired (fade in) 1:38
Track 102. Got To Get Better In A Little While 7:04
Track 103. Old Love 12:58
Track 104. Everybody Oughta Make A Change 3:11
Track 105. Motherless Children 4:40
Track 106. Back Home 3:40
Track 107. I Am Yours 3:19
Track 108. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out 3:22
Track 109. Running On Faith 6:02
Track 110. After Midnight 4:29
Track 111. Little Queen Of Spades 12:37
Track 112. Let It Rain 5:36
Track 113. Wonderful Tonight 4:21
73 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Layla 6:48
Track 202. Cocaine 7:17
Track 203. Run Home To Me* 6:57
Track 204. Revolution* 5:24
Track 205. Bell Bottom Blues** 5:39
Track 206. Phone Booth# 4:45
Track 207. Where Do I Go From Here Pt 1# 4:23
Track 208. Where Do I Go From Here Pt 2# 3:56
Track 209. The One In The Middle# 7:40
Track 210. Poor Johnny# 6:27
Track 211. Twenty# 7:24
Track 212. I’m Walkin’# 5:56
73 mins

* Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland; May 8, 2006
** Sportpalais, Antwerpen, Belgium; May 31, 2006
# Robert Cray – Schleyerhalle, Stuttgart, Germany; June 4, 2006

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Friday 28 March 2014 at

Next Karma [Gypsy Eye 077, 1CD]

Live at the Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA; March 24, 1978 (incomplete show?). Very good SB/FM.

Thanks to Bootradr for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Bootradr’s notes:

This is one of my first silver CD Journey shows I got many years ago and it’s from when Steve Perry was still very new in the band. He even gets introduced (a few songs in and when he finally starts singing) as the new member of the band.

One thing I really love about the 1978-1981 Journey live shows is how the band would play songs from before they had Steve Perry, songs that Gregg Rolie normally sang alone on, and they’d implement some harmony with Perry and Rolie singing. It really brought those songs to a new life in my opinion. The band really did this most often between 1978 and 1979 too. Songs that were officially released on earlier Journey albums (not live of course) and never got recorded (in a studio) with Steve Perry also singing on them makes them very unique.

I may be wrong and I’ll have to double check my information, but this may be Steve Perry’s first live recording/show with Journey too. I just looked at my list and this is definitely the first show I have with Perry on vocals.

Silver CD > EAC > WAV > Audacity (to embed metadata/song titles into FLAC files) > FLAC > TLH

Track 01. Of A Lifetime 6:35
Track 02. Karma 4:56
Track 03. Feeling That Way 3:18
Track 04. Anytime 4:27
Track 05. La Do Da 2:56
Track 06. Next 5:40
Track 07. Winds Of March 5:40
Track 08. On A Saturday Nite 6:17
Track 09. Wheel In The Sky (with Aynsley Dunbar drum solo) 10:15
Track 10. You’re On Your Own 10:25
Track 11. She Makes Me (Feel Alright) 4:00
65 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 26 March 2014 at

Living On The Edge [Primal Jammin' Grateful Dead!, 3CD]

Live at The Matrix, San Francisco, CA; October 8/30, 1968. Very good soundboard. Restored LP. A DoinkerTape.

Thanks to Doinker for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Doinker’s notes:

It has been said that fan-base hater and all-around loser Todd Rundgren (getting used to oblivion over there, Toddy boy?) went to the Guinness Book Of Records in order to secure the spot for the longest-playing vinyl album. Well, I’m happy to say he’s been surpassed… by a bootleg. Sweet justice, it’s DA DEAD! Three of the four sides here top 41 minutes. Each that is, giving new meaning to the words “Long Playing Record”. You will need to make extra space for this one. In fact, you might want to use a separate CD for each side…

First of all I want to thank Lossless Legs member Andy1099 for shipping me these LPs all the way across the pond. I’ve been wanting to hear them for the longest time; you will also really like this music even if you don’t normally care for the Dead.

Original cover art for the LPs courtesy of LL member marcap.

LPs > Sound Forge > Click and crackle removal tool > FLAC via TLH level 6, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity checked

Disc 1
Side A – October 8, 1968 (35 mins)
Track 101. Dark Star 12:03
Track 102. Cosmic Charlie 4:25
Track 103. Next Time You See Me Jam 17:44

Side B – October 8, 1968 (42 mins)
Track 104. Clementine Jam/Eleven Jam 19:52
Track 105. Death Don’t Have No Mercy 7:07
Track 106. Seven Jam 14:31

Disc 2
Side C – October 30, 1968 (43 mins)
Track 201. Dark Star 17:30
Track 202. Death Letter Blues 9:29
Track 203. Other One Jam 15:55

Disc 3
Side D – October 30, 1968 (45 mins)
Track 301. St Stephen Jam 3:04
Track 302. Turn On Your Lovelight Jam 9:34
Track 303. Clementine Jam pt 1 3:02
Track 304. Clementine Jam pt 2 8:59
Track 305. Clementine Jam pt 3/Eleven Jam 11:45
Track 306. Death Don’t Have No Mercy 5:13

October 8, 1968
Track 307. Clementine Jam (false start, amp dies) 2:31

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 26 March 2014 at

Though Jews only held approximately 6-7 per cent of the land in 1947, they rammed a plan through the UN General Assembly that would have given them 55 per cent of Palestine. Alison Weir on the growth and might of the American Jewish lobby.

The immediate precursor to today’s pro-Israel lobby began in 1939 under the leadership of Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, originally from Lithuania. He created the American Zionist Emergency Council (AZEC), which by 1943 had acquired a budget of half a million dollars at a time when a nickel bought a loaf of bread.

In addition to this money, Zionists [adherents of “political Zionism,” a movement to create a Jewish state in Palestine] had become influential in creating a fundraising umbrella organization, the United Jewish Appeal, in 1939, giving them access to the organization’s gargantuan financial resources: $14 million in 1941, $150 million by 1948. This was four times more than Americans contributed to the Red Cross and was the equivalent of approximately $1.5 billion today.

Click here for the article.

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