Venue: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 12.04.1973
1 I Can't Explain 2 Summertime Blues 3 My Generation 4 I Am the Sea/The Real Me 5 I'm One 6 Sea and Sand 7 Drowned 8 Bell Boy 9 Doctor Jimmy 10 Won't Get Fooled Again 11 Pinball Wizard 12 See Me, Feel Me
According to the sleeve, this music was culled from sessions that took place between January and April 1975, first at Sea Saint Studios, New Orleans, and later at Wally Heider Studios in Los Angeles. The music was culled from sessions that took place between January and April of 1975, first at Sea Saint Studios, New Orleans and later at Wall Heider Studios in LA.
01. Venus And Mars 02. Rock Show 03. Love In Song 04. You Gave Me The Answer 05 Magneto And Titanium Man 06 Letting Go 07 Medicine Jar 08 Venus And Mars (Reprise) 09 Spirits Of Ancient Egypt 10 Call Me Back Again 11 Listen To What The Man Said 12 Treat Her Gently_Lonely Old People 13 Crossroads Theme 14 Lunch Box Odd Sox 15 Venus And Mars 16 Rock Show 17 Love In Song 18 Letting Go 19 Medicine Jar 20 Venus And Mars (Reprise) 21 Listen To What The Man Said 22 Treat Her Gently_Lonely Old People 23 Crossroads Theme
Lineup: Paul McCartney - lead vocals, guitar, bass Linda - piano, synth, backing vocals Denny Laine - guitar, bass, backing vocals Jimmy McCulloch - guitar, backing vocals (lead on Medicine Jar) Joe English - drums
Harrison had his share of friends visit him throughout the tour, with Bob Dylan checking out both his afternoon and evening Los Angeles Forum shows, John Lennon and girlfriend May Pang catching one of the Nassau Coliseum show on Long Island, and Paul and Linda McCartney attending one of the New York City shows at Madison Square Garden. McCartney tried to disguise himself in afro wig and fake mustache, but was easily spotted by die-hard fans. Beatlefan magazine reported that David Bowie visited Harrison backstage in Memphis, but that he and Harrison "didn't hit it off that well." After the dates, Harrison was so turned off to performing that it was 17 years before he embarked on his next tour, a series of dates in Japan far away from the glaring Western media. Mark Lapidos, who that same year founded what is now known as The Fest For Beatlefans, caught several of Harrison's 1974 New York shows and said that the press were too harsh on Harrison: "You know, after a while the headlines take over; Dark Hoarse, H-O-A-R-S-E, the Dark Hoarse Tour as it became known as. I don't think that the people were bothered by his voice. I noticed that it was a little bit off. My objection (laughs) was when he did 'In My Life'(and) he changed the words. I would have rathered him not to, but he was religious and that was his thing." Harrison's widow, Olivia Harrison, who was with him for the duration of the '74 tour, says that although it's still on the backburner, she's planning some type major retrospective around the tour, including a reissue of the Dark Horse album, and a live CD and DVD: "There's a lot of footage and a lot of history around that 1974 tour. You know George filmed quite a lot, so I think that it needs a little more time to sort that out. Because there's this great footage, you know he filmed backstage, he filmed in lots of cities, so many things happened on that tour, as well as a live album."
1. Hari's On Tour 2. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 3. Something 4. Sue Me Sue You Blues 5. For You Blue 6. Give Me Love 7. In My Life 8. Maya Love 9. Nothing From Nothing(*) 10. My Sweet Lord 11. Interview 1 12. Interview 2 13. Interview 3 Nov 10 (Sun), Long Beach, California, Long Beach Arena
FLASHBACK: GEORGE HARRISON BECOMES THE FIRST SOLO BEATLE TO TOUR AMERICA It was on November 2nd, 1974 that George Harrison launched his "George Harrison & Friends North American Tour," at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, becoming the first solo Beatle to tour North America. The 30-date tour was particularly grueling for Harrison, who had blown out his voice in the rush to complete his Dark Horse album, resulting in some reporters mockingly referring to the dates as the "Dark Hoarse" tour. To make matters worse, Harrison and his band were often playing two shows a day, with some dates not selling out. The show, which had already had pacing problems due to Harrison's choice of material, featured guest spots by saxophonist Tom Scott and Billy Preston, as well as two long Indian music sets by sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar interspersed within the concerts, which all but wrecked any momentum the "rock" aspects of the show had gained. Although Harrison and the press liked to portray the concert audiences as hostile toward his performances, underground recordings of concerts taped in such cities as Fort Worth and Baton Rouge show boisterous fans cheering the show -- including the songs from Harrison's soon-to-be critically bashed Dark Horse album, which didn't hit the stores until the tour was halfway over. For many, the main problem with the tour was Harrison tampering with the lyrics and arrangement of Beatles classics. "Something," which surprised many as the second song of the night, had its lyrics changed to "When something's in the way we move it"; "For You Blue" was changed into an up-tempo jazz number; "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" became "While My Guitar Tries To Smile"; and Harrison's update on John Lennon and Paul McCartney's "In My Life" had Harrison declaring during the song's chorus, "In my life, I love God more." Among his solo hits performed on the tour were "What Is Life" and the Number Ones "My Sweet Lord" and "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)." Conspicuously absent from the tour was Harrison's Beatles hit "Here Comes The Sun." Billy Preston performed show-stopping renditions of his hits "Will It Go 'Round In Circles," "Outta Space," and "Nothing From Nothing."
Hari's On Tour /While My Guitar Gently Weeps /Something /Will It Going 'round In Circles(with billy preston ) /Sue Me Sue You Blues /For You Blue /Introduction band/ Give Me Love /In My Life /Tomcat(with tom scott)/Maya Love /Dark Horse /What Is Life /My Sweet Lord
1. Mind Games (rough vocal - early mix). 2. Tight A$ (guitar & vocals demo) 3. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry) - (rough mix) 4. Bring On The Lucie (alternative mix) 5. Out Of The Blue (rough mix & alternative vocal) 6. Only People (rough mix)
7. Give Peace A Chance (acoustic demo) 8. Cold Turkey (alternative vocals - early mix from an acetate) 9. Instant Karma (film clip version - double tracked vocals) 10. Power To The People (alternative version) 11. Mother (live one to one concert - matinee show - different version to album) 12. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World (acoustic demo) 13. Imagine (live one to one concert - matinee show - different version to album) 14. Whatever Gets You Through The Night (alternative version) 15. Mind Games (Make Love Not War) - (early prototype version) 16. #9 Dream (acoustic demo) 17. Happy Xmas War is Over (acoustic demo version) 18. Give Peace A Chance ( live one to one concert - full version featuring guest vocalists Stevie Wonder and Melanie Safka).
Previously unknown to exist, this August 2, 1970 recording of Miles Davis was recorded live before an audience of invited guests at a CBS Records convention in the Bahamas. This recording now stands as the final document of existing Mils Davis recordings to feature Steve Grossman on sax, who would be replaced by Gary Bartz a few days later. Given only 30 minutes in which to play, this performance is less expansive in an improvisational sense than most performances during this era, but no less adventurous. The group still packs plenty of energy into the time allotted, and if anything, Miles solos even more than usual. The performance is one continuous suite, which allows one to follow the flow and logic of the music over an extended period of time. This continual flow, devoid of announcements identifying the songs, often left critics and listeners confused, but focused listening reveals that distinct changes are taking place. Miles is thoroughly in control of the musical direction at all times, whether he is in the forefront instrumentally or not. Miles guides the music back to particular vamps or themes, continually bringing focus to the group improvisations. The swift and agile response of the musicians to Miles' cues and coded phrases is truly remarkable and is a primary reason for the relentless intensity of this music. Little of this music derives from Miles' jazz period, nor does it fall into the free jazz category that it is so often mistakenly associated with. This music is much funkier, often comprised of deep, one chord, cyclical grooves that have little in common with jazz.
Roger McGuinn - guitar, vocals Clarence White - guitar, mandolin Skip Battin - bass, vocals Gene Parsons - drums, vocals
Recorded on the final night of a three night Fillmore West run, headlining over Fleetwood Mac and John Hammond, Jr., this is the McGuinn, White, Battin, Parsons lineup early on, one which would last longer than any other Byrds lineup. The band was promoting The Ballad Of Easy Rider LP, where the group continued to explore elements of country and western music, while they headed toward a heavier electric rock sound. Ex-Kentucky Colonels guitarist, Clarence White, is perhaps the most fascinating aspect of this lineup and his innovative stringbending techniques and fluid solos are well represented here.
1. You Ain't Going Nowhere 2. Feel A Whole Lot Better 3. Old Blue 4. You All Look Alike 5. Positively 4th Street 6. Jesus Is Just Alright 7. Mr. Spaceman 8. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 9. Take A City Bride 10. Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) 11. Mr. Tambourine Man 12. Eight Miles High 13. Hold It
01 - Good Evening 00:15 02 - Train Kept a Rollin' 03:00 03 - I Can't Quit You Baby 08:06 04 - As Long As I Have You (Medley) 18:25 05 - You Shook Me 10:01 06 - How Many More Times 22:57 07 - Communication Breakdown 05:32
08 - Killing Floor 08:59 09 - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 08:16 10 - White Summer-Black Mountain Side 09:51 11 - Sitting and Thinking 07:34 12 - Pat's Delight 16:03 13 - Dazed and Confused 11:22
This audio-only presentation comes from the remastered DVD release by Genuine Masters.
3. Debra Kadabra / Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy [Bongo Fury versions] 4. The Smegmates: Will You Drink My Water? 5. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Pachuco Cadaver [Don van Vliet] [Trout Mask Replica version] 6. I Was a Teenage Maltshop 7. Status Back Baby 8. Ned the Mumbler [may or may not include "Ned Has a Brainstorm"] 9. Toads of the Short Forest 10. Charva [The Lost Episodes version] 11. Speed-Freak Boogie [Mystery Disc version] 12. Metal Man Has Won His Wings [Don van Vliet / Zappa] [Mystery Disc version] 13. Instrumental 14. Louisiana Blues [McKinley "Muddy Waters" Morganfield] 15. Instrumental ["Party Scene from Mondo Hollywood" - Mystery Disc version] 16. Studio Rehearsal ["Sandwich Song"] 17. How Could I Be Such a Fool? 18. Boogie for Berkeley 19. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Neon Meat Dream of a Octafish [Don van Vliet] [Trout Mask Replica version] 20. Muffin Man [Bongo Fury version] 21. 200 Years Old [extended version]
This is a recording of a radio show on KWST radio, 1-Nov-1975, where Zappa and Beefheart played oldies and oddities.
Alice Cooper: 1975-06-18 - Los Angeles, CA - LA Forum Quality: A+ Venue: 18/06/1975 - Louisiana Forum, Los Angeles, CA
Disc 1: 1. KBFH and Pioneer Ads 2. Intro & Welcome To My nightmare 3. Years Ago Intro 4. No More Mr. Nice Guy 5. Years Ago Intro 6. Billion Dollar Babies 7. Pioneer Ads 8. Years Ago Intro 9. I'm Eighteen 10. Stevens Intro 11. Welcome To My Nightmare reprise 12. Some Folks 13. Cold Ethyl 14. Pioneer Ads
Disc 2: 1. Only Women Bleed 2. Devil's Food 3. The Black Widow 4. Pioneer Ads 5. Steven 6. Welcome To My Nightmare reprise part2 7. Escape 8. Pioneer Ads 9. School's Out 10. Encore 11. Department Of Youth 12. Pioneer Ads 13. Pioneer Ads 14. KBFH end
Jimi Hendrix - 51st Anniversary - The Story Of Life (8 CD s)
This is an Italian Bootleg. Very hard to find! Includes full artwork. Rare material. Sound quality is very good.
CD 1: 01 - Collage (songs & interviews) 02 - Hey Joe 03 - Jimi Interview 04 - How Would You Feel 05 - Love Or Confusion 06 - Sgt Peppers Lonlely Heart Club Ban 07 - All Along The Watchtower 08 - Little Wing 3 09 - Electric Church Red House 10 - Spanish Castle Magic 11 - Hear My Train A Comin 12 - Rock N Roll Band 13 - Stepping Stone (Band of Gypsies) 14 - Gloria 15 - My Dairy 16 - Utee 17 - The Burning Of The Midnight Lamp 18 - Little Miss Lover 19 - Foxy Lady 20 - Catfish Blues 21 - Slow Walkin Talk
CD 2: 01 - Traffic Jam 02 - Hey Baby Jam 03 - Jazz Jam 04 - Moonlight Jam 05 - Studio Catastrophe 06 - Valley Of Neptune (Take 2) 07 - Rainy Day Super Jam 08 - Nervous Breakdown 09 - Captain Coconut And Cherokee Mist Jam MLK 10 - Crash Landing
CD 3: 01 - Lover Man 02 - Voodoo Chile 03 - Somewhere Over The Rainbow 04 - Red House 05 - Angel 06 - 1983 07 - First Jam
CD 4: 01 - 7 Dollars In My Pocket 02 - Devil Jam (Winter Jam) 03 - Lover Man 04 - Midnight Lightning I 05 - Further On Up The Road 06 - The Things I Used To Do 07 - One I Had A Woman 08 - Machine Gun 09 - Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You 10 - Country Blues 11 - Stop
CD 5: 01 - Midnight Lightning 02 - Lower Alcatraz 03 - There Goes Easy Rider and 7 Dollars In My Pocket 04 - Heavy Rider Jam (Ezy Rider Jam) 05 - Easy Blues 06 - Gypsy Boy 07 - Peace In Mississippi 08 - Bluesiana Jam (BB King Slow Instrumental Jam)
CD 6: 01 - Two Guitar Jam (Electric Ladyland Oouttakes) 02 - San Francisco Bay Blues Jam (Electric Ladyland Outtakes) 03 - Gypsy Eyes (Unrel Studio Outtake) 04 - Cherokee Mist (Unrel Live Studio Jam NY 68) 05 - The Street Thing (Unrel Studio Outtake) 06 - In From The Storm (Unrel Studio Outtake) 07 - Freedom (Unrel Studio Outtake) 08 - Somewhere Over The Rainbow II (Unrel Studio Outtake) 09 - Belly Button Window (Unrel Instrumental Studio Outtake) 10 - Captain Coconut and Cherokee Mist (Unrel Studio Outtake) 11 - Rider Blues (Unrel Studio Outtake) 12 - Electric Ladyland Theme (Unrel Instrument Studio Outtake) 13 - Jazzy Jamming (Southern Saturn Delta) (Unrel Studio Jam)
CD 7: 01 - She s So Fine 02 - Axis Bold As Love 03 - Exp 04 - Up From The Skies 05 - Love Jam (Jazz Jimi Jam) 06 - Electric Ladyland Jam 07 - Pass It On 08 - Hey Baby (New Rising Sun) 09 - Stone Free 10 - Hey Joe 11 - Freedom 12 - Red House 13 - Ezy Rider 14 - New Rising Sun Theme (Instrumental)
CD 8: 01 - Fire 02 - Getting My Heart Back Together Again 03 - Spanish Castle Magic 04 - Purple Haze 05 - Tax Free 06 - Message To Love 07 - Red House 08 - Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) 09 - Machine Gun 10 - Hey Baby (Land Of The New Rising Sun)
Frank Zappa - Guitar, Vocals Mark Volman - Vocals Howard Kaylan - Vocals Ian Underwood - Winds, Keyboards, Vocals Aynsley Dunbar - Drums Jeff Simmons - Bass, Vocal George Duke - Keyboard, Vocal Don Preston - Mini Moog
Tracks: Part 1 - I. Intro, II. Uncle Meat, III. Interlude, IV. Sharleena Part 2 - I. The ZZanzini Bro. II. What Will This Evening Bring Me This Morning III. What Kind Of Girls Do You Think We Are IV. Bwana Dick V. Latex Solar Beef VI. Daddy, Daddy, Daddy Part 3 - I. Little House I Used To Live In, II. Would You Like A Snack, III. Holiday In Berlin, IV. Crusing For Burgers
01 We Are Normal 02 My Pink Half of the Drainpipe 03 Humanoid Boogie 04 Rhinocratic Oaths 05 Vivian Shnorbarstein Speaks 06 Rhinocratic Oaths pt 2 07 A Lost Cause 08 Hello Mabel 09 Look At Me, I'm Wondeful 10 Canyons Of Your Mind (upgrade from BBC SESSIONS) 11 I'm The Urban Spaceman 12 Yarn To A Human Carpet Rhinocratic Oaths 13 Mr Apollo 14 The Intro and the Outro
Paul McCartney Secret Show Amoeba Records Los Angeles CA Wednesday 27th June 2007
01.Drive My Car. 02.Only Mama Knows. 03.Dance Tonight. 04.C Moon. 05.That Was Me. 06.Blackbird. 07.Here Today. 08.Back In The USSR. 09.Nod Your Head. 10.House Of Wax. 11.Get Back. 12.Hey Jude. 13.Lady Madonna. 14.I Saw Her Standing There.
Disc: 1 1. Green is the colour 2. Careful with that axe, eugene 3. Set the controls for the heart of the sun 4. A saucerful of secrets 5. Interstellar overdrive Fillmore West 29 April 1970; San Francisco, CA First show
Disc: 2 1. Grantchester meadows 2. Astronomy dominé 3. Cymbaline 4. Atom heart mother 5. Embryo Fillmore West 29 April 1970; San Francisco, CA Second show
Disc: 3 1. Astronomy dominé 2. Cymbaline 3. A saucerful of secrets 4. Interstellar overdrive 5. Fat old sun Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sept. 26, 1970 First show of Autumn 1970 US tour
Disc: 4 1. Green is the colour 2. Careful with tat axe, eugene 3. Set the controls for the heart of the sun 4. The violent sequence 5. Alan's psychedelic breakfast Electric Factory, Philadlephia, Pennsylvania Sept. 26, 1970, First show of Autumn 1970 US tour Town Hall, Birmingham, england, Feb. 11, 1970 City Hall, Sheffield, England, Dec. 22, 1970
The Beatles The Beatles (White Album) - Deluxe Edition Purple Chick
DISC ONE - mono
single 1: Hey Jude 2: Revolution
The Beatles - record 1 3: Back In The U.S.S.R. 4: Dear Prudence 5: Glass Onion 6: Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 7: Wild Honey Pie 8: The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill 9: While My Guitar Gently Weeps 10: Happiness Is A Warm Gun 11: Martha My Dear 12: I'm So Tired 13: Blackbird 14: Piggies 15: Rocky Raccoon 16: Don't Pass Me By 17: Why Don't We Do It In The Road? 18: I Will 19: Julia
outtakes 20: Not Guilty 21: What's The New Mary Jane 22: Sour Milk Sea (outfake)
DISC TWO - mono
The Beatles - record 2 1: Birthday 2: Yer Blues 3: Mother Nature's Son 4: Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey 5: Sexy Sadie 6: Helter Skelter 7: Long, Long, Long 8: Revolution 1 9: Honey Pie 10: Savoy Truffle 11: Cry Baby Cry 12: Revolution 9 13: Good Night
Nice collection of early Zappa singles and live material. Part of the concert was officially released (with some edits) on Ahead of Their Time This LP was put out by NTB Nifty, Tough & Bitchen Records, who used the Bizarre logo.
The Who - Complete UK & US Singles "I Can't Explain" / "Bald Headed Woman" · "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere" / "Daddy Rolling Stone" · "My Generation" / "Shout and Shimmy" 1966: "Substitute" / "Circles" · "A Legal Matter" / "Instant Party" · "The Kids Are Alright" / "The Ox" · "I'm a Boy" / "In the City" · "La-La-La-Lies" / "The Good's Gone" · "Happy Jack" / "I've Been Away" "Pictures of Lily" / "Doctor, Doctor" · "The Last Time" / "Under My Thumb" · "I Can See for Miles" / "Someone's Coming" "Dogs" / "Call Me Lightning" · "Magic Bus" / "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" "Pinball Wizard" / "Dogs Part Two" / "The Seeker" / "Here For More" · "Summertime Blues" / "Heaven and Hell" / "I Don't Even Know Myself" · "Let's See Action" / "When I was a Boy" · ": "Join Together" / "Baby Don't You Do It" · "The Relay" / "Wasp Man" 1973: "5:15" / "Water" "I'm A Boy (long version)" / "Magic Bus (long version)" / "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (version)"
01 - A Taste Of Honey Aug 27,1963 - The Mersey Sound 02 - Twist & Shout 03 - She Loves You Oct 13,1963 - Sunday Night At The London Palladium 04 - Intro 05 - From Me To You 06 - I'll Get You 07 - She Love You 08 - Twist & Shout 09 - Outro Oct 30,1963 - Drop In 10 - Intro 11 - She Loves You 12 - Twist & Shout 13 - I Saw her Standing There 14 - Long Tall sally 15 - Drop In Nov 04,1963 - The Royal Variety Performance 16 - From Me To You 17 - She Loves You 18 - Till There Was You 19 - Twist & Shout 20 - Outro Dec 12,1963 - The Morecombe & Wise Show 21 - This Boy 22 - All My Loving 23 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 24 - Chat 25 - On Moonlight Bay 26 - Outro Jan 12,1964 - Sunday Night At The London Palladium 27 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 28 - This Boy 29 - All My Loving 30 - Audience partipation 31 - Money (That's What I Want) 32 - Twist & Shout Feb 09,1964 - The Ed Sullivan Show (a) 33 - Intro 34 - Twist & Shout 35 - Please, Please Me 36 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
01 - Intro 02 - All My Loving 03 - Till There Was You 04 - She Loves You 05 - Outro/Intro 06 - I Saw Her Standing There 07 - I Want To Hold Your Hand 08 - Outro Feb 16,1964 - The Ed Sullivan Show (a) 09 - She Loves You 10 - This Boy 11 - All My Loving 12 - Intro 13 - I Saw her Standing There 14 - From Me To You 15 - I Want To Hold Your Hand Feb 16,1964 - The Ed Sullivan Show 16 - Intro 17 - She Loves You 18 - This Boy 19 - All My Loving 20 - Intro 21 - I Saw Her Standing There 22 - From Me to You 23 - I Want To Hold Your Hand Feb 23,1964 - Big Night Out 24 - Skit # 1 25 - Skit # 2 26 - Skit # 3 Apr 19, 1964 - Around The Beatles 27 - Twist & Shout 28 - Roll Over Betthoven 29 - I Wanna Be Your Man 30 - Long Tall Sally 31 - Boys 32 - Medley 33 - Can't Buy Me Love 34 - Shout
01 - A Midsummer Night'd Dream- 02 - Interview 03 - She Loves Me 04 - All My Loving 05 - Twist & Shout 06 - Roll Over Beethoven 07 - Long Tall Sally 08 - Can't Buy Me Love 09 - Credits/ She Loves You Jul 19,1964 - Blackpool Night Out 10 - If I Fell Oct 03,1964 - Shindig 11 - Kansas City/ Hey, Hey, Hey (undubbed) 12 - Intro 13 - I'm A Loser 14 - Boys Nov 20,1964 - Not Only, But Also 15 - Deaf Ted Danoota (And Me) 16 - About The Awful 17 - All Abord Speeching 18 - Good Dog Nigel 19 - Unhappy Frank 20 - The Wreatling Dog 21 - Outro Apr 28,1965 - The Best On Record 22 - It's A Long, Long Way To Tipperary Aug 01,1965 - Blackpool Night Out 23 - I Feel Fine 24 - I'm Down 25 - Act Naturally 26 - Ticket To Ride 27 - Yesterday 28 - Help! 29 - Outro
01 - Intro 02 - I Feel Fine 03 - I'm Down 04 - Act naturally 05 - Outro/Intro 06 - Ticket To Ride 07 - Yesterday 08 - Help! 09 - Outro May 19,1966 - The Ed Sulivan Show 10 - Intro Film Clip Jun 25,1967 - Our World 11 - Intro/ All You Need Is Love, Take ? 12 - All You Need Is Love, Take 58 Feb 06,1968 - Cilla (b) 13 - Skit 14 - Skit/ Nellie Dean 15 - do You Like Me? Sep 04,1968 - Frost On sunday 16 - By George! It's The David Frost Theme 17 - By George! It's The David Frost Theme Nov 15,1968 - 18 - George Cameo Dec 10,1968 - The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus 19 - John, Jullian & Mick 20 - John & Mick 21 - Circus Jam 22 - Yer Blues, Take One 23 - Yer Blues, Take ? 24 - Yer Blues, Take ? 25 - Yer Blues, Released Take 26 - Whole lotta yoko, Released Take Feb 01,1969 - The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus 27 - John Intro Dec 12,1969 - With A Little help From My Friends 28 - Octopus's Garden
01 - Intro 02 - She Loves You 03 - You Can't Do That 04 - Twist & Shout 05 - Long Tall Sally 06 - Can't Buy Me Love 07 - Intro 08 - I Feel fine 09 - She's A Woman 10 - Baby's In Black 11 - Ticket To Ride 12 - Long Tall Sally 13 - Outro
Grateful Dead 2/4/1970 Family Dog At the Great Highway - San Francisco, CA
1 Hard To Handle (Redding, Jones, Isbell) 6:44 2 Black Peter (Garcia, Hunter) 9:33 3 Me and My Uncle (Phillips) 3:29 4 China Cat Sunflower > (Garcia, Hunter) 5:05 5 I Know You Rider (Trad. Arr. By Grateful Dead) 4:53 6 St. Stephen > (Garcia, Lesh, Hunter) 2:19 7 Not Fade Away > (Petty, Hardin) 6:59 8 St. Stephen > (Garcia, Lesh, Hunter) 2:23 9 In The Midnight Hour (Pickett, Cropper) 8:16 Bonus Tracks from 10/5/70 Winterland 10 Dancing In The Streets (Stevenson, Gaye, I. Hunter) 12:14 from 12/31/70 Winterland: 11 Monkey and the Engineer (Fuller) 2:46 12 Good Lovin' > (Resnick, Clark) 15:08
Grateful Dead Jerry Garcia: Lead Guitar, vocals Mickey Hart: Drums Bill Kreutzmann: Drums Phil Lesh: Electric bass, vocals Ron "Pig Pen" McKernan: Organ, harmonica, vocals Bob Weir: Rhythm Guitar, vocals
Jam Session Newport '69, San Fernando Valley State College Review
1. Earth vs Space (includes parts of Gypsy Eyes,Keep on Groovin',Red House, Machine Gun) 2. The Things I Used To Do 3. Jam (includes Train Kept A Rollin'-Power Of Soul-Earth Blues-Hear My Train A Comin'-Voodoo Chile (slight return)-Fast Jam (includes Sunshine Of Your Love-Come On (part 1)-Star Spangled Banner) 4. We Gotta Live Together-Feel So Good
"Bill Graham Presents the San Francisco Scene in Toronto" O'Keefe Centre, Toronto ONT, Canada
Dead: 1. Turn On Your Lovelight 2. Alligator
Airplane: 3. The Other Side Of This Life 4. Get Together 5. Let Me In 6. Today 7. Jorma's Bangs 8. Go To Her 9. My Best Friend 10. Instrumental Jam 11. 3/5 of a Mile In 10 Seconds 12. Fat Angel 13. Somebody To Love
Jimi Hendrix Randall's Island 1970 Live at the New York Pop Festival, Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York, July 17, 1970.
While the track Red House has been officially released (for example, on MCA's Voodoo Child compilation in 2001), fans have been trading among themselves various versions of Jimi Hendrix at the New York Pop Festival at Randall's Island in 1970.
Here is one version. While tracks 1 to 11 are taken from the soundboard, tracks 12 to 15 come from an audience source (Larry Yelen Tape).
Track 01 Stone Free Track 02 Fire Red House (officially released) Track 04 Message To Love Track 05 Lover Man Track 06 All Along The Watchtower Track 07 Foxey Lady Track 08 Ezy Ryder Track 09 The Star Spangled Banner Track 10 Purple Haze Track 11 Voodoo Child [Slight Return] "Third Source" Track 12 Stone Free Track 13 Fire Track 14 Red House Track 15 Message To Love
This is an audience recording. By modern standards it is terrible but keep in mind it's almost 40 years old. The main problem is the vocals are very low in the mix and distorted. Jimmy Page comes through loud and clear, and the rhythm section is mostly audible.
01. Train Kept a-Rollin' (end only) 02. Mr. You're a Better Man Than I 03. Heart Full of Soul 04. I Wish You Would/Hey Gyp 05. My Baby 06. Most Likely You'll Go Your Way 07. Smile on Me 08. I'm a Man 09. Over Under Sideways Down
Chicago begins with "Introduction," the pile-driving Terry Kath composition that opened their debut album. Not surprisingly, this song features powerhouse guitar playing from Kath and this raw, highly energetic blues-oriented number fuses elements of blues, jazz, and rock into a style uniquely their own.
Tight, perfectly executed renditions of Lamm's "Listen" and a new Kath composition, "The Road", follow. By this point, the band is fully fired up and they dive into an incendiary performance of the Spencer Davis Group hit, "I'm A Man." The only cover song featured on their debut album, this features all three lead singers (Lamm, Kath, and Cetera) taking a turn on the vocals and Kath absolutely blazing on guitar. Although Chicago's version of this song features lyrics as they misunderstood them, rather than the actual words Jimmy Miller and Stevie Winwood originally wrote, their version of the song blows away the fine original, particularly from an instrumental standpoint. It's no wonder that their arrangement, minus the percussion interlude within, became yet another hit for the band.
The set continues with "South California Purples", another pile-driving guitar tour de force for Kath that utilizes long in and out fades of the horn section, sailing over a bluesy bottom created by the tight rhythm section of Cetera and Seraphine. "Beginnings," a near perfect blend of pop and jazz, with a gradually emerging Latin beat comes next. This features an infectious lead vocal by Lamm, plenty of seventh chords and outstanding solos from Pankow on trombone and Loughnane on trumpet. It's no wonder that this song became yet another belated hit the following year.
Rapidly reaching the end of time constraints, the band acknowledges the staff at the Fillmore West by thanking them for their hospitality and informs the audience they have time for one more song. They close the run with the highly adventurous Pankow composition, "Liberation." Originally recorded live in the studio with no overdubs during the first album sessions, this magnum opus version is even longer and much more exciting. Taken in context of the times, this is quite experimental and covers a lot of territory. It begins in a style reflective of the Stax/Volt era, with punchy horn charts and a get-up-and-dance feel to it. Within a minute or two, it soars off into a powerful jam with Terry Kath absolutely blazing. The musicians are performing at an incredible level here. For the rest of this 17-minute blowout, Kath doesn't let up for a second and the band propels him into the stratosphere. This seriously heavy jam gradually increases in tempo and eventually gets so intense that it explodes into a wall of feedback-laden dissonance, not unlike the spontaneous feedback compositions that closed many a Grateful Dead show during this era. But even out of this wall of noise, they keep going. Following the breather they took during Kath's guitar pyrotechnics, the horns join back in. They approach the situation harmolodicly (a musical theory developed by the legendary Ornette Coleman) and the band ventures into free-jazz territory. This eventually morphs into a lovely little sequence where Kath sings "God Bless You and Goodnight" before they begin an eloquent transition back into the opening theme. The tape stock literally runs out on the final note, capturing all but the final few seconds of this monumentally exciting performance.
Chicago was certainly a product of the times. Their early music was often message oriented and political, but the experimental nature of their approach and the great diversity among their early material made them different. Although it may seem hard to believe in light of where they ended up going in the decades to follow, they were actually groundbreaking in 1969 and even the word "revolutionary" applied at the time.
Few debut albums of the era contained original music of such a consistently high caliber and the fact that theirs was a double album stands as a testament to their undeniable creativity. These Fillmore West sets make it perfectly clear that their early success was no result of studio enhancements or gimmicks. This was a live band that was more than capable of backing up the promise of that debut album onstage.
"Inner Mountain" Mahavishnu Orchestra Franklin Pierce College (Rindge, NH)
02.24.1973 Tracks: 4 / Total Time: 51:55
Billy Cobham - drums Jerry Goodman - violin Jan Hammer - keyboards Rick Laird - bass John McLaughlin - guitar
The initial classic lineup of the Mahavishnu Orchestra lasted less than three years and only released two studio albums and one live recording during this era, but these recordings had a profound effect, redefining the jazz/rock fusion movement. Combining the improvisational elements of jazz with the volume and energy of rock music, the group created music that was often intricate and complex, performed by musicians whose virtuosity thrilled audiences, musicians, and critics alike.
By early 1973, the Mahavishnu Orchestra had firmly established their reputation and with little over a year of live performances behind them, they had become one of the most exciting bands on the planet. This partial February 1973 performance captures the group following the release of Birds of Fire and several months before they recorded the live album, Between Nothingness and Eternity. Recorded at Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire, this is yet another stellar example of the band's blazing energy and fluid virtuosity. Now an established headliner, the Mahavishnu Orchestra had more time onstage and they seized that opportunity to explore in greater depth. This set captures the group as they were diversifying the onstage repertoire and extending their improvisational approach.
The performance begins with the pairing of the Inner Mounting Flame's leadoff track, "Meeting Of The Spirits," with "Open Country Joy" from Birds Of Fire. While both remain aligned with the album arrangements, here they feature extended solos, often explosive and pummeling in their ferocity. Open Country Joy," a strutting, gradually intensifying urban blues is perhaps the least complex composition the classic lineup ever played, vacillating between a laidback county feel and frenzied rocking power.
Although brief, "Hope" unfolds in an elegant, magisterial way, before Cobham suddenly blasts off into "Awakening." This too has moments of frightening intensity and the telepathy between these musicians is functioning at an astounding level. Hammer takes an impressive solo here, simultaneously playing bluesy Fender Rhodes with gurgling mini-moog embellishments. It eventually becomes a duel between McLaughlin and Cobham, and this is unison playing at its most astonishing. McLaughlin doesn't let up for a second, interjecting an endless barrage of ideas, while Cobham often does more with a hi-hat and snare drum than most drummers are capable of with an entire kit.
The recording concludes with McLaughlin's tribute to Miles Davis, "Miles Beyond," with the group again displaying breathtaking improvisational abilities within a funkier context. Dominated by Hammer, who offers a barrage of demented sounds from his keyboards, this also features Jerry Goodman propelling the basic groove with McLaughlin, Laird, and Cobham providing rhythmic punctuations and accents.
Every concert from this era of Mahavishnu Orchestra is astonishing to some degree and this is no exception, featuring the original lineup at the pinnacle of their powers.
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Jeff Beck(g) Wilber Bascomb(b) Bernard Purdie(dr) Max Middleton(key)
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n 1974 Alan Douglas was brought in by Warner Brothers to try to salvage some sort of product from the hundreds of remaining hours of studio material. Douglas' controversial approach to the task, wiping the original backing tracks and reformatting the songs using session musicians with Jimi's original guitar and vocals continues to provoke outcry from the diehard fans and critics alike. It has been admitted though, the album "Crash Landing" was a commercial success but the final result was not what the fans want. Now you can hear the original tracks and mix from the material that was used for the project Crash Landing