Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Thursday 24 September 2015 at

Maryland Heights 1995 [A Stacy Master, 2CD]
Live at the Riverport Amphitheater, Maryland Heights, St Louis, MO; October 11, 1995. Very good mono soundboard.

In 1994, David Bowie joined forces with Brian Eno. It was first time they colaborated since Bowie’s famous “Berlin trilogy”. And this time they recorded “Outside” – released in 1995. The promotional tour started in September 1995. Bowie invited industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails as support.

This tour was Bowie’s first since he retired his hits with his previous Sound+Vision Tour (1990). Bowie said, “We’re going to play some older material, sure, but not obvious things. I found, while rehearsing for the [Outside] tour, that older songs I haven’t played for years suddenly fit in with this new material quite well – things like … “Joe the Lion.” So I’m quite looking forward to it.” Other songs from Bowie’s back catalog that he performed during the tour include “Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)”, “Look Back in Anger”, “Andy Warhol” and “Breaking Glass”.

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Thanks to Marshall Stacy who recorded the show; Kobi (gear loan); James E/BlingFree; and to indykid for sharing the show at Dime.

Mono SBD > XLR > DBX 160XT (leveling) > Sony TCD-D8 > TDK DC4-90 (16/48)
Transfer: Sony TCD-D100 > Custom S/PDIF Cable > M-Audio Microtrack II > Kingston CF/16GB-S2
Wavelab 6 (Q10 de/pre, env, +6db) > CD Wave Editor (FLAC6)

Disc 1
Track 101. Terrible Lie ^ 4:44
Track 102. March Of The Pigs 3:52
Track 103. The Becoming 5:00
Track 104. Sanctified 7:18
Track 105. Piggy 4:26
Track 106. Burn 4:57
Track 107. Closer 6:25
Track 108. Wish 3:41
Track 109. Gave Up 4:36
Track 110. Down In It 4:16
Track 111. Eraser 4:07
Track 112. Subterraneans # ** 4:29
Track 113. Scary Monsters ** 5:25
Track 114. Reptile ** 6:24
Track 115. Hallo Spaceboy % 5:14
Track 116. Hurt $ 6:07
81 mins

Note: Overburn to fit the tracks onto one audio CD.

Disc 2
Track 201. Look Back In Anger 5:04
Track 202. I’m Deranged 5:42
Track 203. Heart’s Filthy Lesson 5:12
Track 204. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty) 5:24
Track 205. I Have Not Been To Oxford Town 4:22
Track 206. Outside 4:31
Track 207. Andy Warhol 3:44
Track 208. Breaking Glass 3:48
Track 209. The Man Who Sold The World 3:42
Track 210. We Prick You 4:23
Track 211. Joe The Lion 3:59
Track 212. A Small Plot Of Land 6:43
Track 213. Nite Flights 6:36
Track 214. Under Pressure 4:01
Track 215. Teenage Wildlife 7:28
75 mins

^ master starts late
# Trent Reznor – saxophone
** Bowie with NIN
% Full NIN and Bowie band
$ NIN leaves Reznor with Bowie band

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 23 September 2015 at

Hakone 1971 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Joufudai, Seikei University campus, Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan; August 6, 1971. Fairly to very good audience recording.

The Pink Floyd community must have been very happy when, after more than 40 years, news of the discovery of the August 7, 1971 Hakone show was recently announced. Alas, that was not the case. Instead, what fans got was a new source for the August 6, 1971 show.

Thanks to T Kuroshima who recorded the show; and to file_under for sharing the tracks at Dime.

file_under noted:

In 2015, an astonishing source has been discovered: A new recording of the first day of Hakone Aphrodite. Since there are already other three sources available, I name this “Recorder 4.” It should be noted that unlike the other sources, Echoes is totally uncut and includes Roger’s words, “This is the new piece, it’s called Echoes,” at the beginning. Also, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun is included for the first time ever.

The source, originally recorded in mono, was cut down to 60 minutes during the duplication and given to the original taper’s cousin. Unfortunately, the edited copy was improperly mixed into fake stereo (time delay one channel slightly), which caused the jumpiness in the audio. Though Recorder 4 has already been released by a bootlegger under the title of “HAKONE APHRODITE 1971: MASTER RECORDING (Sigma 138),” here I release it again with my best restoration of the above problem. My remaster uses the same digital copy as that of the bootleg.

The box of the tape says “August 7th, 1971,” but this date must be wrong because the taper of Recorder 3 included the same performance when he had attended only the first day of Hakone Aphrodite. In addition, according to the cousin of the taper of Recorder 4, he attended just one day, which means that Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun in this source is from the first day.

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Sony HF-370 1st Gen RtR > AKAI GX-635D > PC > CMC Magnetics CD-R > EAC V1.0 beta 3 > Adobe Audition 3.0 (restore to mono) > Trader’s Little Helper > Flac

Tape Info:
Sony HF-370
7.5 ips (19.05 cm/s)
1st Generation Reel-to-reel (Duophonic Stereo)

Disc 1 – Duophonic Stereo (Raw)
Track 101. Atom Heart Mother 16:12
Track 102. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 13:40
Track 103. Echoes – Part A 13:04
Track 104. Echoes – Part B 11:26
55 mins

Disc 2 – Remaster Mono
Track 201.Atom Heart Mother 16:12
Track 202. Echoes – Part A 13:07
Track 203. Echoes – Part B 11:22
Track 204. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun 13:40
55 mins

Click here for the tracks.


Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 23 September 2015 at

Fillmore West 1971 [EN Remaster, 1CD]
Live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA; July 4, 1971. Very good audio; 44th anniversary EN pre-FM remaster.

Thanks to Doinker who originally shared the show; to EN for the remaster; and to nobody for sharing the tracks at Dime.

EN noted (July 4, 2015):

Well, this show, oh my. They sound like they are trying to rip the audience’s face off… it’s so metal! A real CCR headbanger, recorded 44 years ago today. Maybe Tom Fogerty quitting at the end of 1970 [Tom Fogerty had left the band by February 1971] forced his brother to turn up, so crushingly loud is this performance by El Cerrito’s finest (I live in Richmond, just steps across the I-80). But, alas, it came from old reels and the highs were not so high; a bit of a muddy beast it was. So I spent 7/3 working on bringing the top into alignment with the bottom, with a splash of paragraphic EQ here and a dash of Sound Forge 9 Graphic Dynamics there. A day later and it’s ready to blow up your BBQ like a stick of dynamite inserted in the steaks. It Came from Out of the Sky… and stepped on San Francisco. How Carlos Santana followed this stomper of a set is not known, but what is clear is that this is an hour of absolutely face-frying shit from CCR as they close down the Fillmore West… which is now a Honda dealership at the corner of Van Ness & Market in SF.

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Also, thanks to killerwolf13 for the artwork (modified slightly here).


Track 01. stage and tuning 1:47
Track 02. Born On the Bayou 5:23
Track 03. Green River 3:55
Track 04. It Came from Out of the Sky 3:32
Track 05. Don’t Look Now/Door to Door 3:26
Track 06. Travelin’ Band 3:30
Track 07. Fortunate Son/Commotion 6:34
Track 08. Lodi 4:02
Track 09. Bad Moon Risin’ 2:11
Track 10. KSAN-FM aircheck 0:06
Track 11. Proud Mary 4:09
Track 12. Up Around the Bend 3:33
Track 13. Hey Tonight 3:05
Track 14. Sweet Hitchhiker 3:20
Track 15. John Fogerty announcement 0:35
Track 16. Keep On Chooglin’ 9:53
Track 17. Bill Graham outro 0:48
60 mins

John Fogerty – guitar, harmonica, vocals
Doug “Cosmo” Clifford – drums
Stu Cook – bass, vocals

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Wednesday 23 September 2015 at

On September 12, 2015, dark horse candidate Jeremy Corbyn was elected leader of the British Labour Party with 59.5 per cent of the votes in a stunning first-round victory. Tariq Ali looks at what’s in store for the Labour Party and for British politics.

The ironies of history never fail to surprise. Measured by any criteria, Jeremy Corbyn is the most left-wing leader in the history of the Labour Party. He understands that those who do evil abroad are unlikely to do much good at home. He is the staunchest anti-imperialist Member of Parliament. A contrast with his political forebears proves this assertion. Keir Hardie’s socialism floundered on the battlefields of the First World War, with Arthur Henderson serving in Lloyd George’s war cabinet.

Labour’s first Prime Minister, Ramsay Macdonald, worshipped the Dukes and Duchesses of high society and ended up taking the Labour into a National Government and splitting the party. Benefit cuts was the issue. George Lansbury, who led the remnants, was a decent enough man and highly respected but too busy nursing the amputated  party to have much of an impact.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 22 September 2015 at

New York 1992 [no label, 2CD]
Live at Wetlands Preserve, New York, NY; November 13, 1992 (late show). Very good FM broadcast. Slight hiss.

It’s time to bring something cool and funky…

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

kingrue added: “War, A blend of latin, funk, jazz and blues. We just don’t see much War in trading circles, so this will make a nice addition to your collection. I would have to imagine them played ‘Low Rider’, sadly we don’t get that here. A big thanks to BR for supplying the tapes.”

WBAI-FM > Cassette Master (Maxell-XL-IIS)
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > gold tipped cables > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1 Hz)
Editing: Soundforge (editing & tracking) > Wav > TLH (SBs aligned) Flac Level 8

Disc 1
Track 101. WBAI Introduction 1:33
Track 102. Nappy Head 8:12
Track 103. Slippin’ Into Darkness 16:42
Track 104. World Is A Ghetto 16:39
Track 105. DJ Comments 0:47
44 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. City, Country, City 5:33
Track 202. Don’t Let No One Get You Down 8:19
Track 203. Spill The Wine 9:25
Track 204. Summer 1:45
Track 205. All Day Music 4:36
Track 206. Cisco Kid 12:20
Track 207. WBAI Outro 4:36
47 mins

Lineup includes:
Lonnie Jordan – keyboards, bass, vocals
Howard Scott – guitar, lead vocals
Lee Oskar – harmonica, vocals
Ronnie Hammon – drums, percussion

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Tuesday 22 September 2015 at

Ida Anita Del Mundo’s K’na, The Dreamweaver (2014) might be a flawed first feature but like the heroine in the film, Del Mundo is still a dreamweaver in her own right – she’s not only the repository of dreams but also one who is spinning brand new visions. By Critic After Dark Noel Vera.

Ida Anita Del Mundo’s debut feature, K’na, The Dreamweaver (2014) feels so very much like a fable of long-ago Philippines it’s only fitting that woven into its fabric are other fables, bright threads laced into a dark tapestry.

Like the story of how the tribe found itself on the southern shores of Lake Sebu: a weaver of t’nalak cloth named Hanyas has become so known for her weaving skill she is chosen to become the chieftain’s fifth wife; she loves another, though, and runs away with him. For revenge the chieftain banishes Hanyas’ family and friends to the lake’s southern banks – and there we find K’na (the lovely Mara Lopez) and her tribe.

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Monday 21 September 2015 at

Farm Aid 30 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island, Chicago, Illinois; September 19, 2015. Very good audio – ripped from webcast.

Thom Duffy,

Farm Aid on September 19, 2015 marks its 30th anniversary, returning to its Midwestern roots, with a performance in Chicago, at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island… Here’s what fans may not know about Farm Aid: Over the past three decades — with the participation of scores of top-name stars — Farm Aid has helped influence a profound shift in the cultural landscape of the country.

The music-rooted organization deserves credit for promoting many of the most important changes in food culture in the United States in recent years: the growth of farmers’ markets, the spread of farm-to-table restaurants, sustainable farming methods and the surge in what’s become known as the Good Food movement. That movement has rejected the food grown on farms owned by corporations instead of families, “factory farms,” says Nelson, that have “polluted the water and the air, making it impossible for rural folks to enjoy their own homes.

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Thanks to indykid for sharing webcast at Dime.

01 Introduction by Dave Matthews 1:06
02 Lawless Times 4:05
03 Small Town 5:08
04 Stones In My Passway 3:49
05 Check It Out 5:20
06 Rain On The Scarecrow 7:56
07 Paper In Fire 4:23
08 Crumblin’ Down 5:39
09 Authority Song 5:11
10 Pink Houses 7:02
50 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 20 September 2015 at

with Promise Of The Real
Farm Aid 30 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, Northerly Island, Chicago, Illinois; September 19, 2015. Very good audio ripped from webcast.

Thirty years ago, Farm Aid was launched to respond to a farming crisis marked by mounting debt, low prices, and soaring interest rates. In 1985, the year of the first concert in Champaign, Illinois, only 2.2m farms remained, nearly a quarter of the farms operating decades earlier.

Little has changed. The Farm Aid concert, which will take place in downtown Chicago on Saturday, is still combating similar issues: the struggles of mid-size farmers to survive in a climate of unpredictable weather conditions, unstable prices, the development and expense of high-tech equipment, seeds, and pesticides, and farm policies they say favor globalized agribusinesses.

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Thanks to indykid for sharing webcast at Dime.

Track 01 Introduction by John Mellencamp 1:16
Track 02 Workin’ Man  5:03
Track 03 A Rock Star Bucks a Coffee Shop 5:36
Track 04 Big Box 8:56
Track 05 Alabama 4:59
Track 06 Western Hero 4:20
Track 07 I Won’t Quit 5:28
Track 08 Love and Only Love 14:28
51 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 20 September 2015 at

Jefferson Airplane Tribute 2015 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Lockn’ Music Festival, Arrington, VA; September 11, 2015. Very good audio – ripped from webcast (?)

On Friday, September 11, 2015, a heaping helping of special guests and friends will join founding Jefferson Airplane members Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady to celebrate 50 years of Jefferson Airplane magic. Guests include Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, Jeff Pehrson, GE Smith and very special guest Bill Kreutzmann of Grateful Dead on drums. [Hot Tuna is formed by Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen as a spin-off of Jefferson Airplane.]

Thanks to GratefuLSD for sharing the YouTube video.

Track 01. tuning/setting up 2:55
Track 02. 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds 6:02
Jeff Pehrson lead vocals
Track 03. Greasy Heart 5:13
Rachel Price lead vocals
Track 04. Good Shepherd 7:32
Jorma lead vocals
Track 05. White Rabbit 4:20
Teresa Williams lead vocals
Track 06. Law Man 3:03
Rachel Price lead vocals
Track 07. Plastic Fantastic Lover 5:23
Jeff Pehrson lead vocals
Track 08. Somebody To Love 3:45
Teresa Williams lead vocals
Track 09. Eskimo Blue Day 8:24
Rachel Price lead vocals
Track 10. Band Introductions/Come Back Baby 11:19
With Bill Kreutzmann, Jorma lead vocals, Larry on fiddle
Track 11. Volunteers 9:35
With Bill Kreutzmann, Jeff Pehrson lead vocals, with drum duet
Track 12. Feel So Good 10:30
With Bill Kreutzmann, Rachel and Teresa lead vocals, Larry on fiddle
78 mins

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Blogged under Uncategorized by bigozine3 on Sunday 20 September 2015 at

Live In Zurich 1958 [Solar Records 4569881, 2CD]
Live at Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland; December 4, 1958. Very good radio broadcast? Public domain.

A complete, previously unissued 1958 concert, with excellent sound quality, performed in Zurich by one of the best formations of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, featuring Lee Morgan, Benny Golson, Bobby Timmons and Jymie Merritt. Contains new versions of the classics “Moanin’” and “I Remember Clifford”, along with the only existing live version of “Come Rain or Come Shine” by this group, and an amazing trio version of “My Funny Valentine” with Bobby Timmons as the featured soloist.

The formation heard here marks the third incarnation of Blakey’s Jazz Messengers. Besides the individual gifts of each member, the group forms a compact unit with a cohesive sound. “We play modern jazz”, explained Blakey during a 1958 interview, “and to understand it you must listen. We study, we rehearse. The Jazz Messengers are very serious about getting the music across to you. If you don’t want to listen, maybe the person sitting next to you does.”

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Thanks to ruskaval for sharing the show on the net.

Disc 1
Track 101. Now’s the Time 13:18
Track 102. The Theme 6:48
Track 103. Moanin’  14:30
Track 104. Whisper Not 11:06
Track 105. Evidence 6:25
53 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. I Remember Clifford 7:57
Track 202. Just By Myself 6:38
Track 203. Along Came Betty 10:52
Track 204. My Funny Valentine 6:31
Track 205. Come Rain Or Come Shine 8:47
Track 206. A Night in Tunisia 9:09
50 mins

Lee Morgan – trumpet
Benny Golson – tenor sax
Bobby Timmons – piano
Jymie Merritt – bass
Art Blakey – drums

Click here for the tracks.

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