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Reliquary: Jeff Beck Group [1967.08.xx] The Oldest Lost Tape
Jeff Beck Group
'The Oldest Lost Tape'
(Scarecrow 010)
Marquee Club, London, England
August, 1967
Very Good Audience Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 - Stone Cold Crazy
02 - Talk To Me Baby
03 - Dust My Broom
04 - Let Me Love You
05 - I Ain't Superstitious
06 - Unknown Song
07 - Rock Me Baby
08 - Jeff's Boogie
09 - Bye Bye Baby Bye Bye
10 - I'm Losing You
11 - Pretty Woman
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3 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Led Zeppelin - Copenhagen Warm-Ups, The Complete Double Nights - 20th Anniversary Edition (5CD)
Led Zeppelin
Copenhagen Warm-Ups,
The Complete Double Nights, 20th Anniversary Edition (5CD)
(1999 Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD-30/31/32/33/34)
Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark
Monday/Tuesday July 23rd & 24th, 1979
Excellent Audience Recordings
Encoded: VBR (Average 256 Kbps) MP3
Disc 1 & 2 - Recorded live at Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark, Monday : 23 July 1979.
Disc 3, 4 & 5 - Recorded live at Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark, Tuesday : 24 July 1979.
http://bootlegpedia.com/en/product/EVSD_030-034
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19790723d1
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19790723d2
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19790724d1
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19790724d2
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=lz19790724d3
https://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-Copenhagen-Warm-Ups-The-Complete-Double-Nights-20th-Anniversary-Edition/release/11434330
http://www.argenteumastrum.com/1979.htm#19791
https://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/july-23-1979
https://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/july-24-1979
http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19790723
http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19790724
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/bootinfopage.aspx?bootid=910
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/Setpage.aspx?Showid=529
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/speechpage.aspx?showid=529
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/setpage.aspx?showid=530
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/speechpage.aspx?showid=530
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6 days ago by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: Led Zeppelin - Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, 4-27-1969
I recently posted a bunch of Led Zeppelin BBC albums. But I'm still going through a Zep kick, so here's some more.
As I've mentioned previously, the number of truly excellent sounding Led Zeppelin concert recordings is relatively small, in my opinion. It certainly is small in comparison to the huge interest and sheer number of bootlegs. There are a handful of recorded shows that tower above the rest, and this is one of them. Outside of the BBC stuff I posted, this has to be the best sounding concert of theirs from 1969, and their performance is pretty great as well.
The show is almost two hours long. It contains all the usual suspects you'd expect from a 1969 concert by them, such as "Communication Breakdown" and "Dazed and Confused." But it contains some interesting rare choices as well. It starts with probably the best sounding recording of the Yardbirds song "Train Kept A-Rollin'." It also has "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" and "The Lemon Song" (actually the blues song "Killing Floor"), which were on Zeppelin albums, but few excellent sounding live versions survive. "Sittin' and Thinkin'" is a Buddy Guy song that they literally played only this one time. (I've included it on one of the Zeppelin stray tracks albums I made.) Plus, there's "Pat's Delight" which is a drum solo showcase for John Bonham, similar to "Moby Dick."
But probably the crown jewel of this show, and one of the best things they ever did live in my opinion, is their cover of "As Long as I Have You." This was a minor hit by Garnett Mimms in 1964, but Led Zeppelin totally transformed it, and supersized it into a long medley. I've included an edited version of this very performance on one of my stray tracks albums, which is 10 minutes long. But this concert contains the full 18-minute-long medley, and it's worth hearing it that way.
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8 days ago by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: Led Zeppelin - Koseinenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan, 9-29-1971
When I posted the last part of my five-album Led Zeppelin BBC series, that was a complete, but short concert from 1971. I hinted that there was an even better recorded concert of them from later in 1971. Here it is. This is considered one of the best Led Zeppelin bootleg concerts, if not the very best.
Bootlegs of this concert have been around a long time. But in 2018, a new soundboard version of the show emerged. Unfortunately, the soundboard isn't perfect, and it doesn't cover the whole show. So what fans have done is take the soundboard and audience versions and make a matrix version that combines the best of both. There are some parts where the sound declines noticeably, especially in the middle. I'm guessing that's where there's no soundboard portion. But still, as I've mentioned before, there actually aren't that many Zeppelin bootlegs that sound fantastic, so this is still one of the best even with some flaws.
In addition to sound quality, this concert also excels in terms of performance, song selection, and sheer length. Many fans believe that the band peaked as a live unit in 1971. After that,lead singer Robert Plant's voice was still great, but couldn't always reach the high notes, and guitarist Jimmy Page's drug problems started to take a toll. This concert happened not long before the classic album "Led Zeppelin IV" was released, and it includes four songs from that.
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8 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Led Zeppelin - The Lost Sessions Vol.11 (EVSD) [SBD@320]
Led Zeppelin
'The Lost Sessions Vol. 11 (The Last Rehearsal)'
(2007 Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD 488)
Studio Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Recorded April/May 1980 at The Rainbow Theatre, London, UK.
Track List: (Artwork Included)
1 - White Summer (Take 1)
2 - White Summer (Take 2)
3 - Black Mountain Side
4 - Kashmir
5 - Achilles Last Stand (Take 1)
6 - Achilles Last Stand (Take 2)
7 - Stairway To Heaven
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13 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Led Zeppelin [1969.07.06] Live At The Newport Jazz Festival (EVSD)
Led Zeppelin
'Live At The Newport Jazz Festival'
(2004 Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD-290)
Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Sunday July 6th, 1969
Good Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/july-6-1969
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/trans/1969-07-06LiveattheNewportJazzFestival.htm
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/info/1969-07-06LiveattheNewportJazzFestival.htm
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/Setpage.aspx?Showid=129
http://www.lz-alphaomega.com/titles/1968-1969/Live_At_The_Newport_Jazz_Festival.htm
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Opening Introduction
02 Train Kept A Rollin'
03 I Can't Quit You
04 Dazed and Confused
05 You Shook Me
06 How Many More Times
07 Communication Breakdown
08 Long Tall Sally
09 Radio Report
Good audience recording, at times fairly bright and clear but the vocals are too hot most of the time. The harmonica solo on You Shook Me gets comically loud and drowns out everything! Lot's of mic handling noises and fluctuations in the levels throughout. Still a nice document of an historic gig in the band's career. -Original
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13 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Led Zeppelin - Demand Unprecedented In The History Of Rock Music [20 CD Box Set]
Led Zeppelin
'Demand Unprecedented In The History Of Rock Music'
The Complete Earl's Court Arena Tapes (20 Disc Set)
(2002 Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD 91-112)
Earl's Court Arena, London, England
May 17th, 18th, 23rd, 24th & 25th, 1975
Soundboard + Audience Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://www.theyearofledzeppelin.com/2008/09/day-209-5181975-london-england.html
http://www.stryder.de/1975_ec_evsd.html
https://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-The-Complete-Earls-Court-Arena-Tapes/release/5219336
http://bootlegpedia.com/en/product/EVSD_091-112
http://ultimateclassicrock.com/led-zeppelin-earls-court-1975/
http://www.argenteumastrum.com/Visual_Bootlegs_Files/empress_valley_supreme_disc.htm
http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/empress-valley-label/led-zeppelin-demand-unprecedented-in-the-history-of-rock-music-empress-valley-evsdvd-014/
Earl's Court Concert Programme Included - (View the Online Flipbook):
http://www.ledzeppelin.com/lzprogrammes/75_earlscourt_programme.html
When I first heard about this set being released I groaned, wondering whether Empress Valley could do any better than the vast number of releases that have come out previously. However, and mark my words, there is an improvement over every other release of these historic five nights at the Earls Court Arena in London in May 1975. (Jules McTrainspotter July 2002) -Original
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13 days ago by rgl7194
Led Zeppelin Osaka SBD - Heart of Markness
9/28/71 Soundboard Recording
This is a good one, folks. Both the podcast and the show itself.
You want this one. Here’s a link to the entire soundboard release (it’s not the whole show).
https://mega.nz/#F!HsVkRABI!y54KJkuG7ZzRCXQm7D2J_A
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13 days ago by rgl7194
Episode 13 - Led Zeppelin Osaka 1971 - Heart of Markness
Part One
I know. I suck. I’m getting better though. I am going to be doing this sparse, lackluster posts until I get caught up. Then I hope to be able to keep up with the episodes in real time, and go back to adding additional content/context.
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13 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Temp Post -- MP3 & FLAC
Various Artists - Tribute to Led Zeppelin
35th Kennedy Center Honors 2012
The John F. Kennedy Center
Washington, D.C. USA.
Wednesday December 26th, 2012
Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: FLAC + MP3@320 Kbps
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. Intro
02. Foo Fighters - Rock and Roll
03. Kid Rock - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You / Ramble On
04. Lenny Kravitz - Whole Lotta Love
05. Heart (with Jason Bonham) - Stairway To Heaven
Page, Plant, and Jones were named as 2012 recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors.
"It is a tribute to you guys. And tonight we honor Led Zeppelin
for making us all feel young, and for showing us that some guys
who are not completely youthful can still rock." -President Barack Obama.
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15 days ago by rgl7194
ロックカーニバル#7  Led Zeppelin 1971.9.23 TOKYO - YouTube
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キョードー東京 ロックカーニバル#7 レッド・ツェッペリン特別公演 
武道館 Budokan 南2階
0:05 MC 糸居五郎
9:08~ my音源(my recording sound source)
9:21 acoustic
13:35 みんなで手拍子を Everyone clapping ...
17:47 sorry 静止画(still image)
19:22 ロバート裏席乱入客制止
21:13 トイレットペーパー Toilet Paper
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26 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Rolling Stones - Alt. Get Yer Yaya's Out! [SBD]
The Rolling Stones
'Alt. Get Yer Yaya's Out!'
Glyn Johns Raw Demo
(Remastered by Teague Raw 2012)
Madison Square Gardens, NY, USA
November 27/28, 1969/
Civic Center, Baltimore, MD
November 26th, 1969
Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Track List (Artwork Included)
01 Jumpin' Jack Flash +
02 Carol ++
03 Sympathy For The Devil ++
04 Stray Cat Blues ++
05 Love In Vain +++
06 Prodigal Son ++
07 You Gotta Move ++ 
08 Under My Thumb +
09 I'm Free +
10 Midnight Rambler ++
11 Live With Me ++
12 Little Queenie ++
13 Honky Tonk Women +
14 Street Fighting Man ++ 
Bonus (Alternate takes)
15 Jumpin' Jack Flash ++
16 Carol + 
17 Satisfaction ++
18 Honky Tonk Women ++
Recorded:
+ Madison Square Gardens, New York Nov. 27 & 28th
++ 1969 Baltimore Nov. 26th
+++ 1969
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27 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Rolling Stones [1969.11.09] Live'r Than You'll Ever Be (2nd Show)
The Rolling Stones
'Live'r Than You'll Ever Be'
(Trade Mark Of Quality : RS-510)
Alameda County Coliseum
Oakland, California, USA
Sunday November 9th, 1969 (2nd Show) 
Very Good Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://www.nzentgraf.de/books/tcw/works1.htm
https://www.discogs.com/Rolling-Stones-Liver-Than-Youll-Ever-Be/release/4937888
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Jumpin' Jack Flash
02 Carol
03 Sympathy For The Devil
04 Stray Cat Blues
05 Prodigal Son
06 You Gotta Move
07 Love In Vain
08 I'm Free
09 Under My Thumb
10 Midnight Rambler
11 Live With Me
12 Gimme Shelter
13 Little Queenie
14 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
15 Honky Tonk Women
16 Street Fighting Man
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27 days ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Yardbirds, The - Zeppelin Presentation [SBD]
The Yardbirds
'Zeppelin Presentation'
(WPOCM 0888 D 009-2)
(1988 World Production of Compact Music)
Stockholm, Sweden
April 1967 & USA 1966
feat. Jimmy Page & Jeff Beck
Soundboard / FM Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
https://www.discogs.com/Yardbirds-Zeppelin-Presentation/release/6643917
https://www.discogs.com/Yardbirds-Zeppelin-Presentation/release/4806595
https://www.discogs.com/Yardbirds-Zeppelin-Presentation/master/799752
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Shapes Of Things
02 Heart Full Of Soul
03 Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
04 You Go Your Way
05 Over Under Sideways Down
06 Little Games
07 My Baby
08 I'm A Man
09 Shapes Of Things
10 For Your Love
11 Hang On Sloopy
Tracks 1-8 April 1967 Stockholm - This is a mono soundboard recording very clear and balanced. Probably from a flawless vinyl (only very few pops are present at the very beginning of the recording).
Tracks 9-11 1966 Unknown Location - This is an FM mono recording clear but with audience noise. Probably from a vinyl (some pops are present here and there). A
Tracks 1-8: Yardbirds, Stockholm's Concert Hall, Sweden Apr. 4, 1967
Tracks 9-11: Live in the USA in 1966
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4 weeks ago by rgl7194
Reliquary: Led Zeppelin [1970.09.04] Live On Blueberry Hill (EVSD)
Led Zeppelin
'Live on Blueberry Hill' (EVSD 2006)
Version 1 (Blimp Records/TMOQ Source)
(Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD #385-393)
The Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA
Friday September 4th, 1970
Excellent Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/september-4-1970
http://www.rambleonzep.com/dates/1970-09-04.htm
http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19700904a
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/Setpage.aspx?Showid=252
http://www.ledzeppelin-reference.com/geekbaseweb/speechpage.aspx?showid=252
Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
101. Intro
102. Immigrant Song
103. Heartbreaker
104. Dazed And Confused
105. Bring It On Home
106. That’s The Way
107. Bron-Yr-Aur
108. Since I’ve Been Loving You
109. Organ Solo
110. Thank You
Disc 2:
201. What Is and What Should Never Be
202. Moby Dick
203. Whole Lotta Love
204. Communication Breakdown
205. Out On The Tiles
206. Blueberry Hill
Note: An historic show immortalized on one of the first-ever LP bootlegs, Blueberry Hill.
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5 weeks ago by rgl7194
Live In Osaka 928 - Led Zeppelin (Rarities Remaster) - YouTube
Led Zeppelin Rarities
41.9K subscribers
Led Zeppelin at the Festival Hall in Osaka, Japan
September 28th, 1971
Here's the new Empress Valley soundboard release, filling in another major gap in the band's esteemed Japanese tour of 1971. I like this one because the band plays a lot of little improvised stuff that really adds to the concert. This release is missing The Immigrant Song and half of Heartbreaker at the beginning, as well as Whole Lotta Love at the end, and the entire encore. As unfortunate as that is, it's good that EVSD was able to put out a majority of a concert this time.
Also, this isn't one of my more inspired thumbnail designs, but major shoutout to the Empress Valley graphics designer for using royalty-free fonts HAHA.
0:00 Heartbreaker (cuts in)
5:18 Since I've Been Loving You
13:54 Black Dog
20:30 Dazed and Confused
50:50 Stairway to Heaven
1:01:11 Please Please Me
1:01:47 From Me To You
1:02:22 Celebration Day
1:07:24 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
1:10:21 That's the Way
1:19:25 Going to California
1:28:56 We Shall Overcome
1:29:44 Tangerine
1:33:28 Down by the Riverside
1:36:14 (silly country improvisation)
1:36:38 What Is and What Should Never Be
1:41:42 Moby Dick
This one was a bit of a mess to put together, as the raw recording was frankly in bad shape for a new release.
In short, there was a major phasing issue caused by the left and right channels not being properly in-time. If you listened to it in mono, it would sound like it was coming from underwater.
After I solved that, the next problem I encountered was that the stereo balance was so far out of whack, that the whole thing sounded like it was hard-panned to the left, when in fact both channels were the same volume. The reason for this was that the high frequencies on the left side extended much higher (about 2 kHz) than those of the right side, really making the left shine a lot brighter. After a good amount of experimenting, my solution to this was completely eliminating the right channel, and placing the left channel in the center, and rebuilding the entire stereo width from there. I put a nice fat reverb on the whole thing which really helped widen the recording back to something stereo, and made it sound much more alive.
The last major problem I had with this, and I'm looking at you EVSD, was the really bad noise reduction on the whole thing. Noise reduction is used to take any sort of humming or hissing out of a recording, without seriously affecting the stuff you want to keep. I usually stay away from this, as it does more harm than good. There's really no way to digitally remove something from an old, analogue tape, without leaving nasty-sounding digital leftovers from that process. If you listen closely in the quiet moments on this bootleg, you might hear robotic chirping or sparkling noises, or really quiet instrumentation get muffled in a very crude way. This is because Empress Valley went way overboard with the noise removal on this entire bootleg. While it's not a deal-breaker, I personally would've much preferred whatever hiss was on this old tape. The reverb helps mask this, though.
All in all, the mastering process was enough that I can safely call this my own remaster.
Oh well. I'm personally kinda proud of how much I was able to improve the sound on this one. I've been taking upper-level audio classes at school for the last year or so, and I think it really shows in my more recent videos. Speaking of school, here's a mix of Ramble On I did for a class using professional equipment, just as something to show for it:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uc9Pn6pQExGIGx68Pem_0WgmfLsMqDdK/view
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5 weeks ago by rgl7194
Lana Del Rey & Chris Isaak - Wicked Game [Live at the Hollywood Bowl - October 10th, 2019] - YouTube
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Lana Del Rey & Chris Isaak - Wicked Game [Live at the Hollywood Bowl - October 10th, 2019]
Category
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5 weeks ago by rgl7194
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Torrent details for "LED ZEPPELIN 1971-09-28-Osaka-EVSD3CD (SBD+AUD mix)"
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Description Led Zeppelin
1971-09-28
Festival Hall
Osaka, Japan
Sourced from silver CDs Please Please Me (EVSD 1255-1257)
Disc 1:
01 Intro
02 Immigrant Song
03 Heartbreaker
04 Since I've Been Loving You
05 Black Dog
06 Dazed And Confused
Disc 2:
01 Stairway To Heaven
02 Please Please Me
03 From Me To You
04 Celebration Day
05 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
06 That's The Way
07 Going To California
08 We Shall Overcome
09 Tangerine
10 Down By The Riverside
11 What Is and What Should Never Be
12 Moby Dick
Disc 3:
01 Whole Lotta Love
02 C'mon Everybody
03 High Heeled Sneakers
04 Communication Breakdown
Have a good weekend.
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6 weeks ago by rgl7194
www.dimeadozen.org :: EzTorrent v0.7.0r484 :: Torrent details for "Led Zeppelin - 1971-09-28 Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan (Live in Osaka 928 Soundboard Master - EVSD 1258-1259)"
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Description Found this elsewhere, hope you enjoy.
Here's the original notes:
Led Zeppelin
1971-09-28
Festival Hall
Osaka, Japan
Sourced from silver CDs "Live in Osaka 928 Soundboard Master" (EVSD 1258-1259)
Disc 1:
01 Heartbreaker (cuts in)
02 Since I've Been Loving You
03 Black Dog
04 Dazed And Confused
05 Stairway To Heaven (end cut)
Disc 2
01 Please Please Me
02 From Me To You
03 Celebration Day
04 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
05 That's The Way
06 Going to California
07 We Shall Overcome
08 Tangerine
09 Down By The Riverside
10 What Is And What Should Never Be
11 Moby Dick
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6 weeks ago by rgl7194
Led Zeppelin – Live In Osaka 928 (Empress Valley Supreme Disc EVSD1255-1257) – Collectors Music Reviews
Osaka Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan – Tuesday, September 28, 1971
The latest installment of Empress Valley’s Soundboard Revolution is a nice chuck of the famed Osaka September 28, 1971 recording. The five concerts played during late September 1971 are all essential and required listening for Led Zeppelin fans. Free from the confines of the Western eyes, the band would play the five concerts in stunning fashion to hordes of mostly non English speaking audiences, the music would be the translator. These concerts have circulated among tape traders and bootleg aficionados for a long time, and hard core collectors knew the story, the concerts were recorded for possible used of a Japanese only live album. Apparently the recordings were deemed not fit for release and wiped clean, a story that seemed credible until the appearance of a soundboard recording from the first show in Osaka, Black Dog appeared in 2016.
When Empress Valley released the following evenings soundboard, the famed 9/29 concert, it drew the ire of many. The incomplete recording clocking in at 90 minutes had all the between song chatter edited out and sadly missed the entire epic Whole Lotta Love medley, coupled with a high price tag made for the more elitist collector, the quality though, was stunning. The announcement of the soundboard from 9/28 came as no surprise and like many I was checking online forums and Japanese release websites on a regular basis to find out the details. Finally news came with the details I was awaiting, “Unfortunately, this original soundboard source is incomplete. The suppliers have informed us that the only surviving portion of these amazing source tapes feature the set from Heartbreaker (fragment) through Moby Dick.”. Ok not sold yet. Then I read this recording would contain Robert’s onstage comments, finally I made my decision and took the plunge for the cheapest of the three editions, an easy choice from a pricing standpoint.
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6 weeks ago by rgl7194
Judas Priest Announce 50th Anniversary Tour Dates | Consequence of Sound
The 24-date headlining US run will feature support from Sabaton
Metal legends Judas Priest will celebrate their 50th anniversary with a fall U.S. tour. The outing, dubbed the “50 Metal Years Tour”, will feature Swedish metal veterans Sabaton as support.
“Judas Priest are primed and ready to deliver the goods with our 50 Heavy Metal Years anniversary celebration stage show spectacular,” stated the band in a press release. “Performing a blistering cross section of songs from our lives in metal — we can’t wait to raise horns with you again at this once in a metal lifetime event!”
The 24-date run kicks off September 9th in Oxon Hill, Maryland, and wraps up October 17th in Las Vegas. Tickets for the tour go on sale to the public this Friday (February 28th) via Ticketmaster, but fan-club pre-sales start as early as Tuesday (February 25th). Fans can also buy tickets here.
Judas Priest formed back in 1970 in Birmingham, England, and have released 18 albums during their illustrious career. Their most recent LP, 2018’s Firepower, earned universal acclaim.
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6 weeks ago by rgl7194
What to Make of ‘Rush: Live at Electric Lady Studios 1974?’ | rush vault
Rush’s show was on December 5. The band played its standard set from its first tour: “Finding My Way,” “Best I Can,” “In the Mood,” “Anthem,” “Need Some Love,” “Fly by Night,” “Here Again,” the Larry Williams cover “Bad Boy,” and “Working Man.”
“Here Again” is played at an extremely slow tempo and the applause afterward is tepid. Geddy then says they’re going to speed things up a bit and they go into “Bad Boy.” The set ends with “Working Man” and a Neil solo.
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Rush: The Lady Gone Electric: New York City 1974 - Album Information and Liner Notes
Liner Notes
Recorded at the Electric Ladyland Studios in New York City, in December 1974 in preparation for their first US tour, this sublime Rush performance was given in front of an audience of 8-12 people in the small studio, and thus provides a fine example of this remarkable band's early live sound. This was also the earliest recording made with Neil Peart on drums, Peart having replaced their former skins-man John Rutsy, a few months before this show.
They perform material from their first album and new songs from the soon to be released 'Fly by Night' LP. The show was undertaken to provide a live broadcast for FM Radio, and was transmitted across the airwaves prior to the release of 'Fly by Night'. Neil had only been with the band for a few months at this point, but the playing is tight and precise.
The FBN songs are still coming together, so some, notably "Best I Can", contain some alternate lyrics. The structure of "Fly by Night" is different, with the guitar solo coming after the vocal bridge and a completely different ending. We get a rare treat in "Working Man", when Alex delivers a guitar solo outside of the normal structure of the song. "Bad Boy" is introduced as a Beatles song, although it was originally written and performed by Larry Williams. It's amusing to hear the polite clapping of what sounds like about five or ten folks in the studio. Geddy's soft-spoken comments in between songs are a sharp contrast to the very hard-edged performance. Apparently, several mics were set up around the studio, with only a very basic soundboard feed. The result is a very well-mixed sound - so much so, in places it sounds as though it's lifted direct from the first album.
The three bonus cuts included are from the group's first US television performance on the legendary Don Kirshner Rock Show programme in October '74.
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
The Forum - June 21, 1977 / Inglewood | Led Zeppelin Official Website
News report: LED ZEPPELIN OPEN RECORD RUN AT THE FORUM
Led Zeppelin painted a mural of musical abstractions for 18,000 screaming fans, who buried the first five minutes of the show in continuous applause.
Zeppelin, acknowledged as the world's hottest rock group, finally made it to the Inglewood Forum Tuesday night in the most touted Southland concert since the Rolling Stones. They opened a six-concert stand and will play to 108,000 people - a Forum record.
The British quartet liberally dipped an artistic paint brush into a tasty serving of music which spanned the group's 10-year history. The sight of lead singer Robert Plant, his body absorbing the driving tempo of John Bonham's drum rhythms, brought the crowd to its feet. Plant clearly has made it back after a near-fatal automobile accident which almost ended his career and forced the group into a two-year layoff. He strutted around the stage, blond mane shaking; in crazy tempos, hand on hip and bristling with energy.
They opened with "The Song Remains the Same," the title cut from their latest album for Swan Song. At one point, Plant threw back his head, thrust the microphone against his mouth and yelled. "We finally made it. Last time we were here (the Forum) we played with Bad Company. Tonight — no beating around the bush, we're gonna play 'cause that's what we're here for." And that's exactly what they did for a marathon three-hour set.
Lead guitarist Jimmy Page sizzled. He moved as if he were a puppet on a string, egging the audience on as he wound around the stage like a rubber snake held up by strings. The versatile Page was bathed in laser lights during a rendition of the "Star Spangled Banner," a la Jimi Hendrix, but with the staccato phrasing that typifies the Zeppelin style.
Earlier, Page displayed his musical flexibility by playing mandolin in an acoustic portion of the show which saw John Paul Jones etch out some interesting work on a three-neck guitar. Jones, opening on bass, was cool and unassuming, but got down to fast action for a portion of his keyboard solo.
It took a mere 40 minutes to sell out the tickets for five nights at the Forum. Another night was added later. It too sold out within minutes. (The Telegram - June 1977)
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Long Live Led Zeppelin: 1977.06.21 Led Zeppelin Listen To This, Eddie!!!
First of six sold out nights at the Forum, and a great show. The Song Remains The Same, Sick Again, Kashmir and Achilles Last Stand are devastating and No Quarter is just the greatest version ever heard! John Bonham was introduced by Plant as "...the man who fought food poisoning and drunk Heineken...". A great show and not merely an opening night, but a great show in its own right. It also comes from the best audience recording ever! In fact the Millard tape sound so great Jimmy used the fragment on the official DVD!
The first show of the band's six night stand at The Forum begins with a brief soundcheck as the crowd's excitement builds to a frenzied peak. Following a shaky performance two nights earlier, Bonzo is back with a vengeance, thrashing at his drums in a frantic explosion of energy as The Song Remains the Same crashes into motion. The intense sonic assault doesn't let up as the band launches into a ferocious Sick Again. Page's guitar cuts out briefly during the intro, causing a moment of confused hesitation at the beginning of the first verse. He shreds wildly through the guitar solos as Bonzo continues to pummel the crowd with his thunderous attack. A brutal performance, one of the best thus far. Nobody's Fault But Mine is devastatingly heavy. Plant exclaims "oh Jimmy, excuse me!" as Page begins a blistering guitar solo. As the song ends, Plant tells the crowd "it is indeed a great pleasure to be back in California... it's very hard to see the sun in a basement in New York."
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
bootleg addiction: Led Zeppelin: Listen To This Eddie - Definitive Version
mp3 320 kbps
FLAC
The Forum, Inglewood, California, USA
1977-06-2
Very Good Audience
Disc 1
01.The Song Remains The Same
02.Sick Again
03.Nobody's Fault But Mine
04.Over The Hills And Far Away
05.Since I've Been Loving You
06.No Quarter
Disc 2
01.Ten Years Gone
02.The Battle Of Evermore
03.Going To California
04.Black Country Woman
05.Bron-yr-Aur Stomp
06.White Summer
07.Kashmir
Disc 3
01.Out On The Tiles/Moby Dick
02.Heartbreaker
03.Guitar Solo
04.Achilles Last Stand
05.Stairway To Heaven
06.Whole Lotta Love
07.Rock And Roll
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Bootleg of the Week: Los Angeles, CA (Jun. 21, 1977) - "Listen to This Eddie" - The show that got me into Led Zeppelin bootlegs. : led_zeppelin
Tomorrow will mark a full year since I started doing these bootleg of the week posts. How the time flies! In honor of this occasion, I wanted to highlight the first full Zeppelin bootleg I ever listened to. This is the show that got me into Zeppelin bootlegs. The one that made me dive into their live stuff and see what a great live band they were. I can still remember the feeling when I first started listening to this show. I’d read about it on Wikipedia and was struck by the praise for both the performance and sound quality. So, I did a search on Youtube, found audio, and started listening. I think my jaw was on the floor for a good ten minutes. I couldn’t believe how much better this sounded than the studio albums. The energy, the tightness, the atmosphere, it was all so overwhelming. This turned me into the obsessed Zeppelin freak that I am today. It’s unquestionably one of their most iconic bootlegs and one that I would definitely recommend to a newbie. And while I’m sure that many of you have heard this one already, it never hurts to revisit it. It’s a classic in every sense of the word. Let’s dive in and examine.
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Favorite version of Listen to this Eddie - Led Zep Live - Led Zeppelin Official Forum
I was just curious as to what people thought of the different versions of this show be it evsd or the new zep remaster or the original sira
I used to really like the GM version but the new zep master sounds brighter and i think overall has the best sound
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
THE TEN GREATEST BOOTLEGS By Pat O' Connor
As a record collector, one of the greatest joys in music comes from listening to unreleased demo tapes, garage recordings, and live performance recordings that are not commercially released. Such bootleg recordings can be found (usually with great difficulty) through fan clubs, flea markets, and mom & pop record stores. I've been collecting bootlegs for 21 years now, and this article is devoted to some of the most admired and collected hard-rock/metal bootleg albums/CDs (which also happen to be some of my favorites) amongst rock fans worldwide over the past two decades.
1. LED ZEPPELIN: LISTEN TO THIS, EDDIE
(Recorded live at the Los Angeles Forum on 6/21/77)
The title of this legendary Zep bootleg is not directed at Eddie Van Halen (contrary to popular belief), but rather Eddie Kramer, the recording engineer for some of Zeppelin's best studio albums, who was never able to capture the band's full live power. This three CD-set was recorded during Zeppelin's last tour of Los Angeles, and it truly captures the spirit of the band. On this particular night, Bonham was on fire, playing double and triple fills. Rumor has it, this show was recorded by a fan in the audience, which is surprising, since the sound quality is incredible! Actually, there have been dozens of great sounding audience recordings that came out of the Forum during the '70s...Hendrix, the Stones, and, of course, Zeppelin (although I personally think this was recorded by a professional taper with two hi-fi shotgun mics.) 1977 was undoubtedly a great year for Zeppelin (as opposed to the previous year, when Plant was involved in a serious car accident and also had to cope with the untimely death of his son.) This show, being the first of six consecutive sold-out shows at the Forum, was in support of their seventh studio album, Presence (one of the most underrated albums of all-time!) The band played with renewed vigor as they showcased such new material as "Nobody's Fault But Mine" and "Achilles Last Stand" at breakneck speed. If only the band was inspired to setup a professional mobile recording studio that night, we would've had a high-quality Zeppelin concert album that would indeed surpass their 1973 concert recording The Song Remains The Same. Although, rumor has it (thru Zep's fan clubs), Page is completing mixes to a Seattle '77 show (on this same tour) that apparently was recorded through the mixing board. Hopefully, they'll release it one of these days!
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Listen to This, Eddie - Wikipedia
Listen To This, Eddie is a bootleg recording of a rock concert by English band Led Zeppelin, performed on June 21, 1977, at the Los Angeles Forum in Los Angeles, California.[1] The first concert of a six-night stint. It is often noted as one of the band's best (if not the best) performances. It is also distinguished by its clear sound.[2][3]
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
The Top 6 Led Zeppelin Bootlegs | Consequence of Sound
6. Listen to This, Eddie
THE FORUM, LOS ANGELES, JUNE 21, 1977
Considered by many to be one of Led Zeppelin’s best performances, Listen to This, Eddie was a bootleg from the first of six nights at The Forum in L.A. when the concert lasted over three hours. The “Eddie” in the title allegedly refers to Eddie Van Halen, who criticized Jimmy Page in an interview around this time saying, “As a player, [Page is] very good in the studio [but] I never saw him play well live. He’s very sloppy. He plays like he’s got a broken hand and he’s two years old.”
Another great bootleg from the 1977 run of L.A. shows was For Badgeholders Only. “Badgeholder” was a slang term for a groupie, and on the record you can hear Plant asking if anyone can “find us a badgeholder?” For Badgeholders Only is also a great bootleg because that concert featured multiple sit-ins by The Who’s drummer, Keith Moon.
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Led Zeppelin [1968.10.18] First Concert As The New Yardbirds [MP3 + FLAC]
My crystal ball says:
"There is a 99% chance that you do not have this recording."
Led Zeppelin
'First Concert As The: 'New Yardbirds'
(Trade Mark Of Quality : TMOQ Vinyl)
Marquee Club, London, England
Friday October 18th, 1968
Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3 & FLAC


http://www.ledzepconcerts.com/concertdates/cd.php?id=lz19681018
http://www.rambleonzep.com/calendars/calendar-1968-10.htm
https://www.ledzeppelin.com/show/october-18-1968
http://www.themarqueeclub.net/18-october-1968-led-zeppelin
http://www.themarqueeclub.net/led-zeppelin
The actual 1st. concert as the New Yardbirds was on September 7th, 1968.
https://www.bbc.com/news/in-pictures-48746287
https://www.guitarworld.com/news/fifty-years-ago-today-led-zeppelin-play-their-first-ever-live-show
https://www.popexpresso.com/2019/09/07/on-september-7th-1968-led-zeppelin-play-their-first-concert-together/
https://variety.com/2018/music/news/led-zeppelin-first-rehearsal-50-year-ago-anniversary-1202903005/
Track List:
01- Communication Breakdown
02- I Can´t Quit You, Baby
03- Killing Floor
04- Medley: Fought My Way Out Of Darkness / Hush Little Baby / London Blues
05- Dazed And Confused
06- White Summer / Black Mountain Side
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8 weeks ago by rgl7194
Guns N' Roses Dedicate Song to Kobe Bryant at Super Bowl Fest: Watch | Consequence of Sound
Band also poses for pics with opening act Snoop Dogg backstage at the show
Guns N’ Roses headlined the Bud Light Super Bowl Fest on Friday night. Prior to performing “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”, Axl Rose dedicated the song to Kobe Bryant, the basketball legend’s daughter Gianna, and the other victims of Sunday’s helicopter crash.
The show took place at the American Airlines Arena in Miami as part of a three-night music festival leading up to Super Bowl LIV on Sunday.
Fan-filmed footage shows Axl addressing the tragic incident, telling the audience that he noticed a dense fog across Los Angeles on his way home from rehearsal on Saturday night, saying it looked “formidable” and “ominous.” And then he mentioned how it was even worse on Sunday morning.
“I want to dedicate this to Kobe and his daughter and everyone on the flight … their families, and everyone hit by this terrible event,” said Axl as the band launched into its famous cover of the Bob Dylan classic.
During the performance of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”, images of Kobe and Gianna were projected on the screen behind the band during Slash’s extended guitar solo. Watch below.
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9 weeks ago by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: Badfinger - In Concert at the Hippodrome (1973)
This is essentially a continuation of my last post (Badfinger's "In Concert at the Paris Theatre"). As I said in that, there's only one good official live Badfinger album, called "BBC In Concert." But it's taken from two concerts, and I think it works better as two albums. So here's the second part, taken from a concert professionally recorded by the BBC at the Hippodrome in London in 1973.
But it's not that simple. The actual Hippodrome part is only 29 minutes long, which is rather short for an album. I wanted to use this (and the other live Badfinger album I just posted) to gather all the remaining live Badfinger in excellent sound quality that I didn't post already or are repeats of songs. So I've fleshed this out with four songs recorded for a short-lived British TV show called "Set of Six," plus another song played on the TV show "The Midnight Special" in 1973.
I haven't changed the songs at all, but I've edited the crowd noise after the extra songs to make it sound like they all came from the same concert. Some of those extra songs had no audience noise at all, or only a few seconds before the recording came to a sudden halt. So I reused crowd noise from other songs, but edited them to remove specific noises making it obvious that it was a repeat.
The end result is an album that's 46 minutes long. One benefit of splitting the BBC album in two is that it's okay to have some repeats between this album and the Paris Theatre one I just posted.
Unfortunately, I don't know of any good live Badfinger recordings after 1973, until the band fell apart in 1975.  There is a popular bootleg recorded in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1974. But the audio quality was too poor to interest me, even as bonus tracks.
By the way, the recording of "Day After Day" was missing about the first 30 seconds. So I found a different version of that song and patched that in. You can probably hear the transition if you listen for it, but I figured it was better to do it that way than just having the start of the song missing.
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10 weeks ago by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: Badfinger - In Concert at the Paris Theatre (1972)
I'm trying to improve the problem of Badfinger live recordings. There are only two official live albums of the band in their early 1970s prime, and one ("Day After Day") is best forgotten. (It was a bad recording to begin with, and horrible 1980s drums were added to it, among other problems.) The one good live album, "BBC In Concert," has its own issues, but I'm going to try to fix them with this post and the next one.
"BBC In Concert" is largely based on two concerts recorded in front of audiences for the BBC, one at the Paris Theatre (which is located in London, not Paris, by the way) in 1972, and the other at the Hippodrome (also in London) in 1973. The songs all sound great, since these two shows were professionally recorded and played on the radio by the BBC. The only real problem is that it should be two albums, not one. So I've split them up. Here's the first one.
The vast majority of live Badfinger bootleg material sounds poor to awful. I've already posted two albums here, one of a soundboard quality concert in 1970, and the other of actual performances in the BBC studios with no audiences. You can find those here:
https://albumsthatshouldexist.blogspot.com/2019/06/badfinger-live-1970-unganos-club-new.html
https://albumsthatshouldexist.blogspot.com/2019/06/badfinger-bbc-sessions-1969-1970.html
Aside from those, and the live BBC album, it's pretty slim pickings in terms of sound quality. But by splitting the BBC album in two, I ended up with two rather short live albums that had room for some bonus tracks. So Ive added the few live songs recorded in high quality that aren't repeats. I've added two songs to the start of this album, from another 1972 concert.
The result is an album that's 44 minutes long. The album I've made of the rest of "BBC In Concert" ends up being about the same length.
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10 weeks ago by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: Badfinger - Live 1970 - Ungano's Club, New York City, November 24, 1970
I'm in such a Badfinger mood that I'm posting two albums from them in a row.
I had long been under the impression that there is no good Badfinger live music to listen to other than the two short concerts documented on the official album "BBC In Concert 1972-3." There's another official live album called "Day After Day," but it's a sonic abomination. Starting with a poorly recorded concert from 1974, one of the surviving band members tinkered with it until it was basically unlistenable, especially by dubbing in thumping loud drums, 1980s style, that had no business being there. Avoid that album at all costs.
Unfortunately, there aren't many Badfinger concert bootlegs to begin with, and nearly all of them are audience recordings of middling to poor sound quality. However, I've found one startling exception, and that's this concert. It's a quality soundboard with very little audience noise.
There's an interesting story behind this particular show. In November 1970 when it took place, Badfinger had had a number one hit with "Come and Get It." But that had been written by Beatle Paul McCartney, and it wasn't yet clear if the band would be a one-hit wonder or if they had talent to be a significant band on just their own merits. Their great album "No Dice" had only been released earlier in the month, but it hadn't made much of an impact yet, as the first single from it, "No Matter What," was only starting to climb the charts. (It would reach the top ten in Britain and the US in January 1971.)
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10 weeks ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Rush [1981.06.12] Anaheim 1981 (The Lost and Found Mike the MIC)
Rush
'Anaheim 1981'
(The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol.17)
Moving Pictures Tour
Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, USA
Friday June 12th, 1981
Very Good Audience Recording
Mike Millard 1st. Gen cassettes via JEMS.
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/rush/1981/anaheim-convention-center-anaheim-ca-6bd1ea72.html
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11 weeks ago by rgl7194
Deep Purple : Come Taste the Band Tour 1975 - 1976 - YouTube
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...................
0:00 - 6:56 Burn
6:57 - 13:00 Love Child
13:01-15:27 I Need Love
15:28-17:22 Soldier Of Fortune
17:23-18:45 Woman From Tokyo
18:46-24:54 Gettin' Tighter / Dance to the Rock 'n' Roll
24:55-27:58 Lady Luck
27:59-30:34 Wild Dogs
30:35-34:24 Smoke On The Water
34:25-36:31 This Time Around
36:32-38:39 Owed to G
38:40-50:04 Going Down / Stormbringer
50:05-55:32 Not Fade Away/Highway Star
55:33-58:45 Lazy/Homeward Strut
Audio: Long Beach Arena, California February 27th 1976 except Going Down from Springfield January 26th 1976 and I Need Love, Soldier Of Fortune, Woman From Tokyo & Wild Dogs from Budokan, Japan December 15th 1975
Video: Phoenix Rising (Japan 1975)
This is my tribute to Deep Purple mark 4. Tommy Bolins guitar playing in Tokyo was weak (we know the reason why) but the cameraes.were there that Night. At Long Beach Arena Bolin was in better shape, but there were no cameraes. So l mixed the audio and images together.....and a few overdubs here and there....so enjoy !
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11 weeks ago by rgl7194
Orfeon Académico de Coimbra - Facebook
O Orfeon Académico de Coimbra deseja a todos um Feliz Natal, cheio de música e alegria!
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11 weeks ago by rgl7194
Coro Sinfónico Inês de Castro - Photos
Glória à Vida - Concerto de Natal 8 dez 2019AlbumsGlória à Vida - Concerto de Natal 8 dez 2019
55 Photos · Updated 21 days ago
Fotografias de Sandra Fonseca e Catarina Gralheiro
Christmas concert "Glory to life"
Organization: University of coimbra and symphony choir inês de Castro
Participating Choirs: Inês De Castro's symphony choir, coimbra academic orfeon, mixed choir of the university of coimbra, choir of the chapel of the university
Soloists: Leonor Barbosa De Melo, Joana Valente, Leonor Blackthorn, André Lacerda, João Henriques
Inês De Castro Orchestra
Direction: Maestro Artur Pine Maria
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11 weeks ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Rolling Stones - Complete '73 Affair (G.R. 334335)
The Rolling Stones
'Complete '73 Affair'
(2008 The Godfatherecords : G.R. 334/335)
Goats Head Soup Tour
Very Good Mono Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://dbboots.com/bootlegs.php?op=showcont&cmd=show&bootkey=1605
http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/rolling-stones/rolling-stones-complete-73-affair-godfather-records-gr334335/
Details:
Disc-1 & Disc-2 Track1, 2
Sep.1 1973 Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria - Quality Excellent
Very Good Mono Audience Recording
Bonus Tracks:
Disc-2 Track3-5
Feb.26 1973 Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
Stereo Soundboard Recording - Quality Excellent
Disc-2 Track6
Jan.21 1973 Honolulu,Internat.Sports Center
Stereo Audience Recording - Quality Excellent
Disc-2 Track7-12
Jan.18 1973 Inglewood Forum,Los Angels,CA
Mono Audience Recording - Quality Very Good
Disc-2 Track13
Aug.18-23 1973 Tour Rehearsal Mobile Recording Unit Rotterdam,Netherlands
Mono Audience Recording - Quality Very Good
Disc-2 Track14,16
Oct.17 1973 Foret Nationale,Brussels,Belgium (1st Show)
Stereo Soundboard Recording - Quality Excellent
Disc-2 Track15
Sep.9 1973 Empire Pool,Wembley,UK
Stereo Soundboard Recording - Quality Excellent
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12 weeks ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Humble Pie [1973.05.06] KBFH Presents, Humble Pie In Concert [SBD]
Humble Pie
'KBFH Presents, Humble Pie In Concert'
(1996 KBFH Records : 908015.2)
Winterland Theatre
San Francisco, California, USA
Sunday May 6th, 1973
Pre-FM (Soundboard) Recording
Mixed & Mastered by Glen Robinson
Dolphin Studios, Germany
King Biscuit Flower Hour
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
https://www.discogs.com/Humble-Pie-King-Biscuit-Flower-Hour-Presents-Humble-Pie-In-Concert/release/1378955
Line-up:
Steve Marriott - Guitar, Vocals
Dave "Clem" Clempson - Guitar
Greg Ridley - Bass
Jerry Shirley - Drums
Billie Barnum, Blackberries, Clydie King, Venetta Fields - Backing Vocals
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january 2020 by rgl7194
Deep Purple - The Definitive Mark IV Concert (Come Taste The Band Tour) - YouTube
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Intro : COMIN' HOME
Audio : Come Taste The Band
Video : New Zealand and Jakarta
1 BURN
Audio : Tokyo and Long Beach
Video : Maryland and Tokyo
2 LOVE CHILD
Audio : Miami, Tokyo and Long Beach
Video: Jakarta and Tokyo
3 LADY LUCK
WILD DOGS
Audio : Long Beach and Tokyo
Video : Tokyo
4 SMOKE ON THE WATER
GEORGIA ON MY MIND
THIS TIME AROUND
OWED TO G
Audio : Long Beach
Video : Tokyo and Jakarta
5 I NEED LOVE
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE
WOMAN FROM TOKYO
LAZY
HOMEWARD STRUT
Audio : Tokyo and Long Beach
Video : Tokyo and Maryland
6 GETTIN' TIGHTER / DANCE TO THE ROCK 'N' ROLL
Audio : Long Beach and Tokyo
Video : Tokyo and Maryland
7 DRIFTER
Audio : Long Beach and Tokyo
Video : Maryland and Tokyo
8 YOU KEEP ON MOVING
Audio and Video : Tokyo
9 GOING DOWN
STORMBRINGER
Audio : Springfield and Long Beach
Video : Tokyo and Maryland
10 NOT FADE AWAY / HIGHWAY STAR
Audio : Long Beach
Video : Tokyo
THE ORANGE JUICE SONG
Audio : Days May Come Days May Go
Video : Jakarta and New Zealand
Audio: Long Beach Arena, California February 27th 1976 except Going Down from Springfield January 26th 1976 and I Need Love, Soldier Of Fortune, Woman From Tokyo, Wild Dogs, You Keep on Moving & Drifter from Budokan, Japan December 15th 1975
Video: Phoenix Rising (Japan 1975)
Category
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january 2020 by rgl7194
25 Years of Living and Learning with Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill | Consequence of Sound
The '90s icon brings an album's worth of lessons and memories on tour in 2020
In a 1995 MTV News interview, Alanis Morissette was asked what had inspired the title for her new album, Jagged Little Pill.
“So ‘jagged little pill’ is a lyric in [the track] ‘You Learn’, and a lot of the premises I write about on this record have to do with certain parts of my past,” she began. “A lot of times when I’m immersed in something really difficult, I don’t realize that there’s a lesson in there somewhere and that it’s only in retrospect that I’ll realize why I went through it. So the lyric following it is ‘just swallow it down, it feels so good swimming in your stomach’ … so there’s some sort of a payoff, and it may not be right away.”
In this quote, Morissette reveals the secret ingredients behind what made Jagged Little Pill such a seminal record that people went on to grow up with, grow through, or both. It never once shies away from addressing challenges and hardships and chronicles the experience of meeting them in a gritty-meets-autobiographical way that only she truly could.
music  pop_rock  alanis  concert  anniversary  2020s 
january 2020 by rgl7194
Alanis Morissette Previews Tour With First Jagged Little Pill Show | Consequence of Sound
Alongside Jagged Little Pill favorites, Morissette premiered new songs from her upcoming musical and soon-to-be released album
Next summer will mark the 25th anniversary of Jagged Little Pill, the seminal alt-rock album by Alanis Morissette. The Canadian singer-songwriter is celebrating with a Jagged Little Pill-inspired Broadway musical, which opens this week, as well as a new anniversary tour that kicks off in June. That may be half a year away, but not everyone had to wait that long. At the Apollo Theater in New York Monday night, Morissette gave the sold-out crowd a tour preview, and from the sound of things, it’s going to be epic.
As reported by Rolling Stone, the 17-song acoustic set included favorites from Jagged Little Pill like “You Oughta Know”, “Ironic”, and “Hand in My Pocket”. There was lively audience banter, including jokes about the amount of chamomile tea she drank and “the pee I’m gonna have later.” At one point Morisette asked the crowd to “keep the creepy uncles in the back,” and later she debuted “Predator” from her upcoming musical. Morisette also played “Uninvited” from the City of Angels soundtrack, and for the first time she performed “Smiling” from her soon-to-be released ninth studio album, Such Pretty Forks in the Road.
music  pop_rock  alanis  concert  anniversary  acoustic 
january 2020 by rgl7194
Alanis Morissette Announces Jagged Little Pill Tour | Consequence of Sound
Garbage and Liz Phair will provide support for the duration of the tour
Alanis Morissette will mark the 25th anniversary of her seminal album Jagged Little Pill by embarking on a North American tour in Summer 2020.
The 31-date outing runs the course of June and July 2020. Each date will feature a full performance of Jagged Little Pill by Morissette in addition to material from the rest of her catalog. In fact, to coincide with today’s tour announcement, she’s released a brand new song called “Reasons I Drink” from an upcoming album titled Such Pretty Forks in the Road, due out on May 1st, 2020. Take a listen to the song below.
If all that weren’t enough, Morissette will be joined on the road by fellow 90’s alt-rock champions Garbage and Liz Phair.
Tickets to Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill Tour” go on sale beginning Friday, December 13th. You can purchase them here.
music  pop_rock  alanis  concert  anniversary  2020s 
january 2020 by rgl7194
8 22 14 Keep Your Hands Off My Baby - YouTube
Kinsley Whittum
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Michelle Whittum singing "Keep Your Hands Off My Baby" with the band "It's My Party" Aug 22 2014
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Entertainment
music  60s  pop_music  concert  youtube  2010s  cover  fashion 
january 2020 by rgl7194
"Do Wah Diddy" - IT'S MY PARTY! - YouTube
It's My Party
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This is our live rendition of the classic song by Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry, which was recorded by many artists. Our version is in the style of the Reparata and the Delrons version.
We use a Presonus 24.4.2 Live mixing board for live sound reinforcement as well as simultaneously capturing each audio track, which we later mixed down in the studio. This mixdown replaced the camera audio for the video.
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Music
music  60s  pop_music  concert  youtube  2010s  cover  fashion 
january 2020 by rgl7194
"Boys" - IT'S MY PARTY! - YouTube
It's My Party
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Our live rendition of "Boys" recorded by the Shirelles, and later covered by the Beatles.
Category
Music
music  60s  pop_music  concert  youtube  2010s  cover  fashion 
january 2020 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Robert Plant [1985.01.18] & The Honeydrippers In Rolls Hall [SBD]
Robert Plant & The Honeydrippers
Rolls Hall, Monmouth, Wales, UK
Friday January 18th, 1985
Soundboard Recording
Excellent Sound Quality
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/robert-plant/1985/rolls-hall-monmouth-wales-7bd7a674.html
music  robert_plant  80s  rock_n_roll  bootlegs  SBD  concert  download 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Tight But Loose » Blog Archive » TBL SEPTEMBER ARCHIVE: LED ZEPPELIN LIVE ON BLUEBERRY HILL: THE PIONEERING BOOTLEG ALBUM….STILL A THRILL
With September upon us, it’s an appropriate moment to reflect back to a September of 41 years back when a recording of a Led Zeppelin concert captured by some enterprising fans resulted in one of the iconic bootlegs. This TBL Archive feature first written in 2003, focuses on the story and impact of the recording of September 4th 1970 that captured Led Zeppelin on stage in full flight at the Los Angeles Forum.
Led Zeppelin’s impact on their initial American tours made them a prime targets for the then emerging bootleg recording business. The bands’ penchant for extending and improvising upon their studio recorded repertoire made their live shows very different from listening to their albums.
During the first eighteen months on the road they cleverly inter wove the basic recorded material to be found on the first two albums with additional impromptu jams. Early examples of this included the long jam on Garnet Mimms As Long As I Have You employed on many of their 1969 shows, the medley of numbers to be found within How Many More Times and an improvised jam session in the middle of the live delivery of Communication Breakdown. Then there was Dazed And Confused Page’s late Yardbird remnant that by 1970 was
developing into a marathon twenty minute opus with differing sections including the violin bow episode and a call and response battle between Page and Plant. Whole Lotta Love the catalytic Zep 2 opener soon became another forum for exploration as they regularly employed it as a platform to playfully insert a variety of rock’ n’roll classics.
During 1970 they also began previewing songs from the yet to be released third album -initially an embryonic Since I’ve Been Loving You and then in a bold move, the acoustic That’s The Way a performance that helped break the myth that Zep was just going to be about Marshall amplifiers. It’s unlikely the two separate team of fans intent on recording the Zeppelin gig  at the Inglewood Forum in Los Angeles on the night of September 4th 1970 were quite aware of the full spectrum of Zeppelin’s live performances but they both came away with lengthy representations of  the band’s current state of play recorded on reel to reel recorders close to the stage.
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  review  TBL 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Live on Blueberry Hill [Trademark of Quality] - Led Zeppelin | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
Los Angeles, 1970: Led Zeppelin perform a powerful set of songs (prior to recording Zeppelin III) comprised of heavy blues numbers and a dense onslaught of rock & roll. While the sound clarity is adequate at times, at other moments the sound is faint and simply flat -- common flaws in bootleg recordings from this era. Still, the music on Blueberry Hill packs a punch. The set is dominated by three outstanding folk/blues rock medleys: "From the Midnight Sun" (later titled "Immigrant Song") and "Heartbreaker"; "Communication Breakdown," "Good Times Bad Times," "For What It's Worth" and (not listed) "I Saw Her Standing There," and Zeppelin's signature blues rock medley comprised of "Whole Lotta Love," "Let that Boy Boogie Woogie," "I'm Movin' On," "Think It Over," and "Lemon Song." The bass and guitar transitions between the tunes on "Communication Breakdown" medley are funky, and the explosive renditions of Stephen Stills' "For What It's Worth" and Lennon/McCartney's "I Saw Her Standing There" are priceless in their inventive approach.
Live on Blueberry Hill also features fresh performances of "What Is and What Should Never Be" (with a pleasantly coarse Page guitar), an exhilarating, ultimately exhausting "Moby Dick," and John Paul Jones' freaky "Organ Improvisation." "Since I've Been Loving You" is the peak performance of the evening. In the course of eight minutes, Plant's wails and screams, Page's raw electric guitar, and Bonham's deep, thundering drums generate music that could accompany the damned to hell. The piece is representative of the evening, as their repertoire is comprised of music that's consistently dense, forceful, and epic in length. It's impressive and appealing.
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  review 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Live on Blueberry Hill - Wikipedia
Live on Blueberry Hill (also known as Blueberry Hill) is a bootleg recording of English rock group Led Zeppelin's performance at the Los Angeles Forum on September 4, 1970, which took place during their summer 1970 North American Tour.[2]
The audience recording is one of the first Led Zeppelin bootlegs, and one of the first ever rock and roll bootlegs. It was released on the Blimp label.[3] The album was reissued on the Trademark of Quality label and shipped to England. The album sold so many copies that many fans thought it was a legal release.[4] The sleeve notes describe it as "One hundred and six minutes and fifty three seconds of pure alive rock."[5]
Live on Blueberry Hill derives its name from Zeppelin's performance of Fats Domino's "Blueberry Hill" as a final encore. The bootleg also features one of the few known live performances of "Out on the Tiles", from the group's third album[4][5], plus "Bron-Yr-Aur", which would not be released officially until five years later, on Physical Graffiti.
From the 1980s the bootleg became available on CD as a 2-disc set, often under the titles Blueberry Hill and The Final Statements.[4]
Led Zeppelin parody cover band Dread Zeppelin released an album in 1995 entitled Live on Blueberry Cheesecake – a play on the title of this bootleg release.
"I actually prefer …Blueberry Hill to [pioneering Zeppelin bootleg] Pb," remarked photographer (and Jimmy Page's friend) Ross Halfin, "even though it isn't such good sound quality, but because it includes the whole show."[6]
In 2017, the Empress Valley bootleg label released the 9-CD Live On Blueberry Hill: The Complete 1970 L.A. Forum Tapes, which includes five different source recordings of the concert.
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  wikipedia 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Why Led Zeppelin's Blueberry Hill Show Was One Of Their Best - ClassicRockHistory.com
There are not many live Led Zeppelin shows available to purchase officially. For a band as important as Led Zeppelin, it’s very surprising that Atlantic Records, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant have not released more live shows to their fans. For years, all we had was the soundtrack to the motion picture The Song Remains the Same. It is only within the past twenty years that the vaults have opened just a bit with the release of The BBC Sessions , How The West Was Won and the bonus live CD on the remastered Led Zeppelin One album. Still, three official live albums of the original four members of Zep is very limiting for a band that many feel was the greatest rock and roll band to ever grace the stage.
Like all legendary classic rock artists, Led Zeppelin has always been a group that has been widely bootlegged. Most of the Led Zeppelin bootlegs that collectors have traded, shared and sold are audience recordings. There a just a handful of soundboards. The 1977 Soundboard that was released under the title Destroyer is usually thought of as the best Led Zeppelin bootleg ever released. The sound quality on Destroyer comes close to an official release. Nonetheless, there are some audience recordings from the late 1960s and early 1970s that define the brilliant musicianship and passion of the band wonderfully. The bootleg Live on Blueberry Hill is one such recording that showcased a band that was looking to prove just how great they were. They succeeded immensely on this one.
Live On Blueberry Hill is so fabulous because of the performances by all four members on that September 4, 1970 night at the Los Angeles Forum. The heart of a great Led Zeppelin performance was always led by the great Jimmy Page. If Page was on, Led Zeppelin was on. These guys listened to each other. All musicians have great nights and so so nights. That September 4th night in L.A. was a night in which Page was in complete tune and his solos were clean and exciting. Page solos right away as the night began in the opening number “The Immigrant Song.” However it’s in the set’s second song “Heartbreaker,” when Page lights it up with a solo in the middle of the song that stands as one of his best live performances of all time. You can hear it below….
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  review 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Definitive Blueberry Hill - Led Zep Live - Led Zeppelin Official Forum
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Posted February 8, 2017
Guys, could use some help please. This seems to be discussed in several places in this forum, but I was hoping for a discussion devoted to this and this alone. 
From what I've read, there are many different audience sources of this gig. Also, many different labels have put this out. 
My question is, what is the definitive version? 
Cheers
Neil

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Posted February 8, 2017 (edited)
Not really a definitive version, because of all the source combos but the Winston Remaster is pretty damn good. A new label called Moonchild has been pressing Winston's freely shared work onto silver discs and selling them for $10 to $40 a title depending on the source. ( I don't like the fact that "Moon Child" is taking a freely shared version and pressing them onto silvers with some artwork and selling them but hey, that's the boot business).  I worked on a fan based version called Heavy Vibraphones which I think stands up to the best of them. The latest offering from Eat A Peach was quite good. The key with that show is to enjoy the different sources because they have different sonic qualities to enjoy. Mono, stereo, more ambient , more dry and focused. I still like the old Cobra boot!  But if you want the best source blend with smooth editing and correct pitch, then you can't go wrong with the Eat A Peach version.   Heavy Vibraphones is quite good IMHO and should be around the trading sites still. If you want silver pressed discs and artwork though you'll have to pay $ and take your chance. I would go for the Winston ( Moon Child) or Eat A Peach versions. 
Edited February 8, 2017 by porgie66
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  review  comparo  forum 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Tight But Loose » Blog Archive » DL AT 63 – ON THE OCCASION OF MY BIRTHDAY/SAVING GRACE IN STRATFORD/LZ NEWS/BLUEBERRY HILL 49 YEARS GONE/VIP VICTORIA FAIR/DL DIARY BLOG UPDATE
TBL Archive Special: If it’s September…it must be time for Live On Blueberry Hill…
Led Zeppelin Live On Blueberry Hill – the pioneering bootleg album …still a thrill…48 years gone…
49 years ago on September 4 1970, Led Zeppelin performed a memorable show at the Los Angles Forum – it was captured by more than one enterprising fan and subsequently released on a variety of bootlegs. It remains for me and countless others one of THE essential Led Zeppelin recordings.
To mark the 48th anniversary of what we know and love as Live On Blueberry Hill, here is an TBL archive special this is one of the chapters in the Celebration II – The Tight But Loose Files book published by Omnibus Press in 2003.
blueberry_hill  70s  bootlegs  concert  LA  ledzep  music  review  TBL 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin's Swan Songs (4CD) [SBD]
Led Zeppelin
'Led Zeppelin's Swan Songs' (4CD)
The Complete Shepperton Rehearsals
(2011 Empress Valley Supreme Disc : EVSD 558/559)
Shepperton Studios, Surrey, England - Dec. 5th, 2007
O2 Arena, London, England - Dec. 10th, 2007
Disc One & Two - Soundboard Recordings
Disc Three & Four - Excellent Audience Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
https://www.discogs.com/Led-Zeppelin-Led-Zeppelins-Swan-Songs/release/7887073
music  ledzep  reunion  concert  2010s  SBD  bootlegs  download  uk  box_set 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Alice Cooper [1971.07.10] Seattle 1971 [SBD] MP3 & FLAC
Alice Cooper
'Seattle 1971'
Love It To Death Tour
Paramount Theatre
Seattle, Washington, USA
Saturday July 10th, 1971
Soundboard Recording
Encoded in both: 320 Kbps MP3 & FLAC
https://www.alicecooperechive.com/tourdates/loveit
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Intro (1:37)
02 Sun Arise (5:07)
03 Caught In A Dream (2:49)
04 I'm Eighteen (5:32)
05 Is It My Body (8:14)
06 Second Coming (2:40)
07 Ballad Of Dwight Fry (7:33)
08 Black Juju (Fades Out) (9:50)
Line-up:
Vincent Furnier (Alice Cooper) - Lead Vocals, Harmonica
Glen Buxton - Lead Guitar
Michael Bruce - Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Dennis Dunaway - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Neal Smith - Drums, Backing Vocals
music  garage_rock  70s  concert  download  bootlegs  SBD 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Judas Priest [2014.10.01] Redeemer Of Souls (Rochester, NY)
Judas Priest
Redeemer Of Souls Tour
Main Street Armory
Rochester, New York, USA
Wednesday October 1st, 2014
Good Audience Recording
Taper: Bigdaddybflo
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3
https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/judas-priest/2014/main-street-armory-rochester-ny-73cf6ef5.html
Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
Intro
Dragonaut (Live premiere)
Metal Gods
Devil's Child (First live performance since March 23, 2009)
Victim Of Changes
Halls Of Valhalla (Live premiere)
Love Bites (First live performance since December 10,1986)
March Of The Damned (Live premiere)
Turbo Lover
Redeemer Of Souls (Live premiere)
Disc 2:
Beyond The Realms Of Death
Jawbreaker (First live performance since September 13, 1984)
Breaking The Law
Hell Bent For Leather
You've Got Another Thing Comin'
Living After Midnight
Defenders Of The Faith
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december 2019 by rgl7194
Episode 11 - Led Zeppelin: How Many More Times From Montreux 1970 - Heart of Markness
Holy shit is this a great performance. 1970 was Led Zeppelin hitting peak swagger wherein the walk was walked, along with talking the talk. They sound completely at ease, and effortlessly soar in that rarefied air reserved for the best. That place where they make it look easy. Ali, Miles Davis, Michael Jordan… they were the high water mark for their genre, as is Led Zeppelin, and this is why.
I got this show in excellent audience and soundboard quality (great stereo too) from Guitars101, so if you want the show for yourself, head on over and grab it. It’s a JRK remaster of the existing audience and soundboards called Intimidating Divinity. It’s peak Zeppelin before Stairway made them gods.
The connection with the audience is palpable, and the band plays like their cruising in the back of a sweet convertible on a sunny afternoon. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
music  ledzep  podcast  70s  concert 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Rolling Stones - Brussels Affair 1973 (Chamelion Records) [SBD]
The Rolling Stones
'Brussels Affair 1973'
(1988 Chamelion Records : CHAM 8812)
FM Broadcast & Soundboard Recordings
Excellent Stereo Sound
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
Recording Sources:
Forest National, Brussels, 0ctober 17th, 1973 and
Wembley Empire Pool, London, September 9th, 1973.
'Happy' and 'Gimme Shelter' were previously unavailable.
Released: 1988. Re-released: 1991 & 1994.
MATRIX: 1988: PILZ CD CHAM 8812-11.
1991: CDT-BERLIN CHAM 8812 01(Compac Disc emblem on disc)
1994: CHAM 88 12 (Compac Disc emblem on disc), Black, Yellow & silver discs
Excellent stereo sound. Track 1-3 Taken from the FM broadcast, rest taken from "Europe 73" Royal Sound (RS 002)
http://bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=cham8812
https://www.dbboots.com/bootlegs.php?op=showcont&cmd=show&bootkey=568
https://www.discogs.com/The-Rolling-Stones-Brussels-Affair-1973/release/1981943
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Brown Sugar
02 Happy
03 Gimme Shelter
04 Tumbling Dice
05 Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
06 Dancing With Mr. D.
07 Angie
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want
09 Honky Tonk Women
10 Midnight Rambler
11 All Down The Line
12 Rip This Joint
13 Jumping Jack Flash
14 Street Fighting Man
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december 2019 by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: David Bowie - The Sunday Show, BBC, Paris Theatre, London, Britain, 2-5-1970
Like the CSN album I posted the day before yesterday, I had a problem with this album that prevented it from posting it for a long time. The good news is that, in February 1970, David Bowie had the opportunity to play a full hour for the BBC. The bad news is that when an official Bowie BBC compilation was finally released, it only included half of the show. The other half has been bootlegged (minus whatever talking there was between songs), but the sound quality of those songs are of noticeably lesser quality than the officially released ones. When the songs are put in the proper original order, it bounces between high and medium quality from song to song, repeatedly.
I hoped for a long time that I'd eventually find a better version of the bootlegged songs. But months have passed and that hasn't happened. I wasn't sure if I should post the songs in their original order, or if I should put all the bootlegged songs together and all the officially released ones together. Personally, I find the latter a much better listen, because I don't find myself distracted by sound quality differences all the way through it.
But then a better idea came to me: why not post both versions? Then you, as the listener, can decide. So that's what I did.
First, here's the version I prefer, with the songs sorted by sound quality. The first eight songs are from the bootleg source and the last six are from the official source.
music  bowie  bbc  uk  70s  concert  ATSE  download 
december 2019 by rgl7194
The National/Mike Millard Method Liner Notes
The Mike Millard Method
Audience recording of rock concerts dates back to the late 1960s. By the mid-’70s, with the advent of high-quality portable tape decks, many major markets in America had at least one intrepid taper. While the Grateful Dead condoned fan recording and even set up a special section for tapers, most bands at the time were ambivalent — and certainly their record labels were dead set against the practice, which made the covert act of taping a concert equal parts risk and devotion.
The most celebrated audience taper of the period, Mike Millard, recorded in and around Southern California beginning in 1974 and continuing into the early ’90s. Millard’s legend is built in part on the cunning and subterfuge he used to get his 15-pound cassette deck and microphones into venues like the The Forum, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and The Roxy. Indeed, the seemingly apocryphal story that for especially challenging concerts Millard would hide his gear in the seat cushion of a wheelchair (Mike was not physically impaired) is absolutely true. It is but one of many ingenious (if underhanded) methods Mike and his friends employed to get his bulky equipment past security.
Though Millard despised commercial bootleggers, he would routinely share among friends his remarkable covert recordings of artists like Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Linda Ronstadt and Bruce Springsteen. With the penmanship of a comic book artist, Millard designed and meticulously hand drew covers for each tape he gave away, always signing the work with his moniker, Mike the Mike.
Millard’s recordings sound excellent even by today’s standards, despite the presumed limitations of 1970s cassette technology. Some consider his tapes to be superior to officially released live albums by the same bands. Even Led Zeppelin used a Millard recording on their official live DVD.
For years I have pondered what made Millard’s recordings so good, and eventually I had an idea: What if you recorded a concert today with the same equipment Millard used in 1977? Would it sound like his tapes? Would it tap his Midas touch?
The National was kind enough to let us test the Millard Method for two concerts at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California last September. These live recordings were made with vintage AKG 451E microphones and a restored Nakamichi 550 cassette deck which are identical to those used by Millard circa 1975-81. The idea was to see if we could recreate what Matt Berninger calls the “juicy sonic magic” Mike the Mike captured in his 1970s field recordings.
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december 2019 by rgl7194
Juicy Sonic Magic: The Mike Millard Method - YouTube
The National
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Juicy Sonic Magic: The Mike Millard Method, a 10-minute mini-documentary directed by David DuBois.
The film tells the story of late, great concert taper Mike “The Mike” Millard and an homage to his work that was undertaken by archivist and producer Erik Flannigan, who attempted to recreate the legendary taper’s methods by using the same vintage cassette deck and microphones Millard employed in the ’70s to record our two Greek Theatre concerts last year.
Millard became a legend for his high-quality bootleg recordings of artists like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan and many others made in and around Southern California in the ’70s and ’80’s by sneaking his equipment into concerts hidden in a wheelchair. The film features animation by illustrator Jess Rotter and Eben McCue, plus interviews with Matt Berninger, producer/archivist Erik Flannigan and Mike Millard’s friend Jim Reinstein, who pushed Millard and his wheelchair into dozens of shows.
Flannigan explained the idea behind using The Mike Millard Method in the liner notes of the accompanying Black Friday Record Store Day three-cassette box set release (out November 29 via 4AD) entitled 'The National: Juicy Sonic Magic, Live in Berkeley, September 24-25, 2018', saying:
“The most celebrated audience taper of the period, Mike Millard, recorded in and around Southern California beginning in 1974 and continued into the early ’90s. Millard’s legend is built in part on the cunning and subterfuge he used to get his nearly 15-pound cassette deck and microphones into venues like the The Forum, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and The Roxy.
For years I have pondered what made Millard’s recordings so good, and eventually I had an idea: What if you recorded a concert today with the same equipment Millard used in 1977? Would it sound like his tapes? Would it tap into his Midas touch?
The National was kind enough to let us test the Millard Method for two concerts at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California last September. These live recordings were made with vintage AKG 451E microphones and a restored Nakamichi 550 cassette deck which are identical to those used by Millard circa 1975-81. The idea was to see if we could recreate what Matt Berninger calls the “juicy sonic magic” Millard captured in his 1970s field recordings.
Together with my friend and filmmaker David DuBois, we also produced a short documentary about Millard, his recording methods, and our attempt to recreate his work at the National shows in Berkeley, a venue that is utterly unchanged since the ’70s.
With the advent of smartphones, thousands of people routinely record part of the show when they attend a National concert or any other performance. Forty years ago, when nobody would dare do that, one man made it his life’s work to preserve legendary concerts on tape.”
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december 2019 by rgl7194
Short documentary about famous live concert bootlegger / Boing Boing
Today is Black Friday Record Store Day and The National released a three-cassette box set titled The National: Juicy Sonic Magic, Live in Berkeley, September 24-25, 2018. But this isn't a typical soundboard recording. The National commissioned archivist Erik Flannigan to record their shows using techniques developed by famed bootlegger Mike "The Mic" Millard who died in 1994. Millard's recordings of concerts by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones -- which he never sold himself, although they were sometimes resold by others -- are considered some of the greatest concert bootlegs of all time. Above, a short documentary by Flannigan and filmmaker David DuBois about Mallard's life's work and The National's release. The illustrations are by my pal Jess Rotter, animated by Eben McCue. In the liner notes, Flannigan wrote:
Millard’s legend is built in part on the cunning and subterfuge he used to get his nearly 15-pound cassette deck and microphones into venues like the The Forum, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, and The Roxy.
For years I have pondered what made Millard’s recordings so good, and eventually I had an idea: What if you recorded a concert today with the same equipment Millard used in 1977? Would it sound like his tapes? Would it tap into his Midas touch?
The National was kind enough to let us test the Millard Method for two concerts at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California last September. These live recordings were made with vintage AKG 451E microphones and a restored Nakamichi 550 cassette deck which are identical to those used by Millard circa 1975-81. The idea was to see if we could recreate what Matt Berninger calls the “juicy sonic magic” Millard captured in his 1970s field recordings.
music  concert  bootlegs  millard  70s  ledzep  rolling_stones  documentary  video 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Rolling Stones [1973.10.17] Bedspring Symphony (Doktor Stones) [SBD]
The Rolling Stones
'Bedspring Symphony'
A Box Lunch and Meat Whistle Live in Concert
Digitally Remastered : Limited Definitive Edition
(2000 Doktor Stones : CO 25113)
Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
Wednesday October 17th, 1973
Excellent Stereo Broadcast
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
The best Stones live recording, surpasses even the officially released live albums
in quality -Hot Wacks  This is the best mixed of the 1973 soundboard shows
(yes, better even then the great Rattlesnake release 'Definitive Brussels'). -Original
http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=BedspringDE&section=9
https://www.discogs.com/Rolling-Stones-Bedspring-Symphony/release/2811151
http://www.rollingstonesnet.com/Brussels.htm
http://www.rollingstonesnet.com/LPs.html
http://bootlegpedia.com/en/product/TAKRL_1941
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. Gimme Shelter
02. Tumbling Dice
03. Brown Sugar
04. Heartbreaker
05. Angie
06. Honky Tonk Woman
07. Midnight Rambler
08. All Down the Line
09. Street Fighting Man
10. Interview with Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts (Time 10:32)
music  rolling_stones  concert  bootlegs  download  SBD  70s  europe  remaster 
december 2019 by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Rolling Stones [2013.06.29] Looking For My Glastonbury Girl [SBD]
The Rolling Stones
'Looking For My Glastonbury Girl'
(2013 The Godfatherecords : G.R. 912/913)
Glastonbury Festival
50 & Counting Tour
Worthy Farm, Pilton, England
Saturday June 29th, 2013
Stereo Soundboard Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
http://dbboots.com/bootlegs.php?op=showcont&cmd=show&bootkey=2676
https://www.discogs.com/Rolling-Stones-Looking-For-My-Glastonbury-Girl/release/4954294
http://www.rollingstones.com/2013/06/30/glastonbury-festival-setlist-29th-june-2013/
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-rolling-stones/2013/worthy-farm-pilton-england-23c624cf.html
Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01 Intro
02 Jumpin' Jack Flash
03 It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
04 Paint It Black
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Glastonbury Girl
07 Wild Horses
08 Doom and Gloom
09 Can't You Hear Me Knockin' *
10 Honky Tonk Women
11 Band Intros
12 You Got The Silver **                                               
13 Happy **
Disc 2:                                                                                          
14 Miss You
15 Midnight Rambler * 
16 2,000 Light Years From Home
17 Sympathy For The Devil
18 Start Me Up
19 Tumbling Dice
20 Brown Sugar
21 You Can't Always Get What You Want ***
22 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction*
* w/ Mick Taylor
** Keith Richards On Lead Vocals
*** w/ Voice Chamber Choir And London Youth Choir
music  rolling_stones  concert  uk  festival  2010s  guitar  bootlegs  download  SBD 
december 2019 by rgl7194
The Last Days Of Led Zeppelin | Louder
Led Zeppelin’s final tour of the US in 1977 should have been their most glorious. But it wasn’t. There was tension, unpleasantness and negativity, and that was just the start
It's April 15, 1977. Tonight Led Zeppelin play the ninth date of the second leg of their eleventh American tour. I’m on board Caesar’s Chariot, the band’s customised Boeing 707 jet. Named after the conquering emperor who was ultimately doomed by an addiction to his own glory, this gleaming, luxuriously appointed flying fortress now carries an invading force of a different kind. Just hours earlier, Zeppelin had annihilated a sell-out audience of pagan revellers at the St Louis Blues Arena. Now we’re returning to Chicago where, for the next several weeks, the band have set up their base of operations for the tour.
On the previous two tours, in 1973 and 1975, they adopted a similar strategy – positioning themselves in one location and then flying out to concerts. It’s the brainchild of tour manager Richard Cole, Zep manager Peter Grant’s first lieutenant and long-time ‘fixer’.
“It [Led Zeppelin’s 1977 tour] wasn’t a lot different to me from the ’75 tour,” Cole says. “It was the same process of working, you know. We had our 707 jet, and I worked out what cities were in range of Chicago. It was easier to leave at three or four in the afternoon, go to our plane and fly straight into the city we were performing in, leave straight afterwards and go back to Chicago.”
That’s where we’re headed now. I’ve been ensconced in Chicago’s Ambassador East Hotel for 11 days; a week-and-a-half of unchecked excess and dark rumblings. The former balanced the latter. The plane, for instance, has been refitted to include a bar, two bedrooms, a 30-foot couch, and a Hammond organ. Luxury comes at an uncomfortable price – the aircraft costs $2,500 per day to lease. Is it worth it? Who cares? Not Led Zeppelin.
Still, amid this luxury you can’t help but notice how drummer John Bonham lumbers about the cabin, a bottle of something in his hand, greeting everyone he encounters with barely concealed contempt. He walks past me, and I don’t dare make eye contact – it is one of the many instructions I’ve been given for my stay with Led Zeppelin.
ledzep  music  concert  usa  70s  history 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Cream Collect Four Complete Concerts for 'Goodbye Tour Live 1968' Set - Rolling Stone
4-CD set boasts unreleased, freshly mastered 1968 gigs from Oakland, San Diego and Los Angeles, plus London farewell show
Cream collect four complete concerts from the supergroup’s farewell tour for their upcoming Goodbye Tour Live 1968 box set.
The four-CD set, out February 7th, 2020 and available to preorder now, features the three of band’s October 1968 California concerts – Oakland, Los Angeles and San Diego – as well as Cream’s November 26th, 1968 farewell gig from London’s Royal Albert Hall. Of the box set’s 36 tracks, 29 were previously available on CD, with 19 of those unreleased entirely.
“Cream was a shambling circus of diverse personalities who happened to find that catalyst together….. any one of us could have played unaccompanied for a good length of time,” Eric Clapton said of  the performances in a statement. “So you put the three of us together in front of an audience willing to dig it limitlessly, we could have gone on forever…. And we did….just going for the moon every time we played.”
Goodbye Tour Live 1968 marks the first authorized release of the four concerts – all freshly mastered from the original tapes – as well as the first CD release of the Royal Albert Hall gig, which was previously only available on DVD. The set also features liner notes penned by David Fricke.
The reissue marks the first Cream release since the death of drummer Ginger Baker in October. Ten days after the release of Goodbye Tour Live 1968, Clapton will lead a London tribute concert for the late drummer on February 17th.
music  cream  60s  concert  box_set  remaster 
december 2019 by rgl7194
Listen to a previously unreleased version of Cream's Sunshine Of Your Love | Louder
Sunshine Of Your Love was recorded live at California’s Oakland Coliseum Arena, and comes from the upcoming Goodbye Tour Live 1968 box set
A previously unreleased track from Cream has been released. The live version of Sunshine Of Your Love was recorded at California’s Oakland Coliseum Arena on October 4 1968, just weeks ahead of the band's final show at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Sunshine Of Your Love comes from the band's upcoming box set, Goodbye Tour Live 1968. The 4CD set is set for release on February 7 next year, and features a total of 36 tracks recorded during their final tour, including 19 unreleased tracks, and a further 10 from the Royal Albert Hall show which have only ever been available on the Farewell Concert DVD.
The original release of Goodbye – in February 1969 – featured three tracks recorded live at the Forum in Los Angeles, while the new, expanded edition also features recordings from the San Diego Sports Arena as well as those made in Oakland. The complete track listing is below.
The package is completed by a book featuring liner notes by Rolling Stone's David Fricke, and is available to pre-order now. 
music  cream  60s  concert  box_set  remaster 
december 2019 by rgl7194
The Beaches - T-Shirt (Live From The 2019 CFL Grey Cup) - YouTube
The Beaches
9.57K subscribers
Our live performance of “T-Shirt” from the 107th Grey Cup SiriusXM Kick-Off Show!
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Lyrics:
Cha
Boys don’t get me
Girls wanna get with me
You’re so shifty
Don’t you think you’d fit me
Want you to give me something that’ll keep me off the floor
Want you to give me something that’ll keep me wanting more
Want you to give me something that you cannot take back
Want you to give me something covered in your sweat
You left your t-shirt at my apartment, I’m not giving it back, I’m not giving it back
I’m not getting even, I was just getting started, like a kleptomaniac, I’m not giving it back
Well you said you’re leaving, so I’ll cut off your sleeves and I'll let you go
I’m not sexy
Itty Bitty Titty Committee
Don’t take me so serious
I just like to make a fuss
I Want you to give me something that’ll keep me off the floor
Want you to give me something that’ll keep me wanting more
I'm gonna tell you something that I cannot take back
'Cause I feel so attractive covered in your sweat
You left your t-shirt at my apartment, I’m not giving it back, I’m not giving it back
I’m not getting even, I was just getting started, like a kleptomaniac, I’m not giving it back
Well you said you’re leaving, so I’ll cut off your sleeves and I’ll rip open the seems and I’ll let you go, I’ll let you go
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
I’m not giving it back, like a kleptomaniac, I’m not giving it back, like a dirty kleptocrat, I’m not giving it back…
And I’m keeping your lighter too
And your sixty dirty dollars CHA
http://vevo.ly/8kCUO3
Category
Music
music  concert  canada  football  youtube  2010s  t-shirt 
november 2019 by rgl7194
Albums That Should Exist: U2 - Rattle and Hum - Live (1987)
I just posted an album containing the studio tracks from "Rattle and Hum," U2's 1988 double album. As I explained there, "Rattle and Hum" was a mixture of live and studio tracks, and I feel it works better to split it into live and studio albums. As you can see, this is the live album.
There actually aren't that many live tracks on "Rattle and Hum," and it's fairly short for a double album. There are seven songs for a total of 30 minutes. And that's if you include "The Star Spangled Banner," which is a recording of Jimi Hendrix's famous version of that song, played at the start of a U2 concert.
However, there are a lot of other songs done live by U2 in 1987 and professionally recorded. Most of these are songs played in the "Rattle and Hum" movie but not included on the album. I've taken those eight songs from a DVD of the movie.
Furthermore, I've included seven more songs that are officially unreleased and weren't in the film, but still are soundboard recordings that sound as good as the other songs. I could have included many more, but all these extra songs were chosen because they're special in some way. Most of them are performances of rare cover songs: "People Get Ready," "Springhill Mining Disaster," "C'Mon Everybody," "Stand by Me," and "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)."
music  u2  download  80s  ATSE  alt_rock  concert 
november 2019 by rgl7194
Alanis Morissette Announces Album Performance of Jagged Little Pill | Consequence of Sound
One-night event takes place in NYC ahead of the debut of the Jagged Little Pill Broadway musical
A Broadway musical based on Alanis Morissette’s classic Jagged Little Pill is set to debut early next month. To celebrate the production’s opening, Morissette has now announced a special one-night event that’ll see her perform an acoustic-only set of the entire 1995 album.
The concert is scheduled for December 2nd at the famed Apollo Theater in New York City. It comes just a few days before the Jagged Little Pill musical officially raises its curtains on December 5th.
Tickets for Morissette’s rare acoustic show go on sale this Friday, November 8th at 10 a.m. ET through Live Nation. You’ll also be able to purchase them here.
music  alanis  concert  musical  acoustic  record  90s  NYC 
november 2019 by rgl7194
TSRTS is Mobile AL - Led Zeppelin Newbies - Led Zeppelin Official Forum
Listen to NQ and D&C tell me it's not verbatim "MSG"...
Those are just the ones you can get the nuances from, stuff like Black Dog and RnR it sounds EXACTLY the same
Celebration Day too, that solo is only doable once and all the intricate parts are here and on the 07 remaster
Either Pagey was channelling himself from the future or it's the same fucking show spliced up.
music  ledzep  forum  movies  concert  70s  conspiracy_theory 
november 2019 by rgl7194
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