Sunday, May 10, 2009
AstroNation Torrent Blog .82
Venue: (cjc) @Irvine Meadows, Lake Forest, CA
Source: tv brdcst > ntsc vhs > sa > pc (menu) > dvdr
Do You Want New Wave (Or Do You Want The Truth)
Beacon Sifted Through Fog
The Only Minority
Life As A Rehearsal
King Of The Hill
Maybe Partying Will Help
Hey Lawdy Mama
Ack Ack Ack
Ain't Talkin Bout Love
History Lesson (Part II)
Little Man With A Gun In His Hand
Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
September 10, 1972
"Blues & Jazz Festival"
Otis Spann Memorial Field
Ann Arbor, MI
WBCN Radio Broadcast
Miles Davis (tp)
Carlos Garnett (ss)
Reggie Lucas (g)
Khalil Balakrishna (sitar)
Cedric Lawson (kb)
Michael Henderson (b)
Al Foster (d)
James "Mtume" Foreman (pc)
Badal Roy (tabla)
1. introduction (00:12)
2. Foot Fooler > Rated X (22:06)
3. Honky Tonk [nc] (12:19)
4. Black Satin [nc] (07:35)
total time: 42:12
FM radio broadcast > ?? > Trade > EAC (4x, secure) > FLAC (level 6, with sector align)
Sound quality: A (excellent sound)
This was Reggie Lucas' first gig with Miles. According to Jan Lohmann,
Michael Cuscuna recorded this show for Atlantic Records.
Stevie Ray Vaughan .... October 14, 1981 (AUD complete)
Fitzgerald's, Houston, Texas, USA
Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitar & vocals
Chris Leighton - drums
Tommy Shannon - bass
Quality: vg+ AUD
Source: AUD low generation cassette tapes> CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Trade: (probably) RLH (New Hampshire, USA). Thank you!!
Transfer: RMG (New Jersey, USA) of JAJ's (roryglzep) cassette tapes. Thank you!!
Length: 29 tracks = 158:54 minutes
Disc One (75:40m):
01. Collin's Shuffle *
02. In The Open *
03. Come On (Part III) *
04. Look At Little Sister *
06. The Sky Is Crying
07. I'm Cryin'
08. Crosscut Saw
09. Shake For Me
12. So Excited
13. Pride & Joy
14. Tin Pan Alley
Disc Two (78:08m):
01. Love Struck Baby
02. May I Have Talk With You
03. Letter To My Girlfriend *
04. Little Wing
05. Manic Depression
07. Close To You
08. You'll Be Mine
09. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now
10. Empty Arms
11. Slide Thing
12. I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime)
13. Texas Flood
14. Rude Mood
Disc Three (5:05m):
01. Don't Lose Your Cool
1 - * not on FON CDs
2 - also circulating with incorrect date of 14aug81
3 - this is the complete show (tape trader's source or non-bootleg source).
Glass House Pomona, CA
R-09 internal mic 24/48 wav
24/48 wav -> SoundStudio -> xAct flac -> you!
Reunion of Swing Kids..unfortunately i had to record with the internal R-09 and first 2 songs are just messy...it was in the wrong setting. other than that...i think it is ok for internal mic. i forgot the 3.5mm chord...beginer mistake! enjoy!
dont know the song titiles...
dont convert to MP3 or else...
June 10 1976
The Dome Brighton, UK
Tangerine Tree - Volume 81 - Brighton 1976
1. Part One (33:54)
2. Part Two (34:27)
3. Part Three (11:32)
Audience master tape recording. Remastered by Xarco.
Note: the encore has not been shortened to make it fit on 1 CD.
CD-R > WAV > FLAC8
Support the band, go and see them:
Waldbühne Northeim, Germany Aug 29, 2009
Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany Aug 30, 2009
Cycle Sports Center, Izu Peninsula, Japan Sep 5, 2009
L'Olympia Paris, France Sep 12, 2008
http://www.tangerinedream-music.com > Concert Dates
... and buy the official releases:
Tangerine Dream will do a short promotion gig in the Kulturkaufhaus Berlin, Germany on May 30th 2009 (free entree) - although the gig will be rather short, this is an additional chance for fans in and surround of Berlin to see the Band
LDB Special Series #159
Out of my 7,000+ shows and radio broadcasts, I have many concerts that were special for some reasons: the setlist, the
musicians, the venue or unexpected events. These are the ones I'd like to propose you. Most of these come from my
cassettes collection, so they will be released at a slower pace than my Master Series! But you won't be disappointed!
I will try to gather the most unusual things I have in my collection and, as always, your feedback and comments will be my
reward for all the work involved in this project.
DO NOT share this music on mp3, just convert it for your own use. Sharing mp3's is the right way to make me stop sharing
RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK
Warszawa, Sala Kongresowa, Poland
October 14, 1967
01 Creole Love Call
02 The Inflated Tear
03 three for the Festival
04 Blues for C&T
05 My Ship
07 Intro / Cousin Mary /
08 Things Ain't What They Used To Be
09 Fly By Night
10 You Did It, You Did It / Ow!
Lineage: CD in trade > EXCD-DAX > Sony SoundForge 7.0 > FLAC Frontend (level 6)
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - flute, tenor sax, stritch, manzello, clarinet, vocals etc...
Ron Burton - piano
Steve Novosel - bass
Jimmy Hopps - drums
I was looking for something special, I hope it is the same for you. A nice Roland Kirk broadcast with excellent sound from
his 1967 tour of Europe. I received this cd in trade many years ago and when I listened back to it, there were a few things
that needed to be sorted out: first there were some micro-gaps at the beginning & end of every track - they have been deleted.
Second, the left channel was a bit too prominent and sometimes a bit peaky - this was lowered and balanced exactly with the
right channel. Last, tracks index was not very accurate, so I merged a couple of tracks to reproduce the single composition.
Overall I am very pleased with the result, so now you can enjoy it fully!
PS: This show does not belong to the Roland Kirk official discography
Jimi Hendrix Experience
San Francisco, CA
February 3, 1968
Tune up - Bill Graham Intro
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Wind Cries Mary
Rock Me Baby
Like A Rolling Stone/Purple Haze (intro only)
Notes: I have two sources of the 1st show, one that has dropouts early in the show, another that is just the beginning of the show but without the dropouts. I made a composite of the two here, so the dropouts are avoided for the most part. Also tacked on what I have of the 2nd show. Not bad quality for 40+ years ago. Pretty cool people were taping Jimi. The arena was an old ice rink, hence the name of the venue.
From Chris Dixon's 30th Anniversary Series © C S Dixon:
The Winterland concert is from the beginning of the first leg of Jimi's 68 1st proper US tour. He played two days before in SF but this is the first documented gig of the tour.
Here's a few tidbits about the Winterland shows:
During the intro you can hear someone say "They look like the Monkees" and someone else ask "Is Hendrix wearing a hat?"
The first appearance of the extended intro to 'Hey Joe'. Jimi usually does some really nice stuff on this, a hint of the more melodic material he would get into later.
Third recorded performance of 'Little Wing'. Slightly extended solo, now with familiar guitar flourish before final chord and this one is brilliant.
Last appearance of 'Rock Me Baby' before 'Lover Man' rewrite shows up a month later. They do overlap, though, as Jimi returns to 'Rock Me Baby' a couple of times in Aug 68. This version bit slower, and goes for much longer than usual before he starts singing.
First recorded time he does Red House in the US, and only the third documented performance of it!
Marks the first known performance of 'Like a Rolling Stone' since Monterey 7 months earlier (and in the same town, well pretty close..). Very nice version with quite a long but low key guitar improv (over 4 minutes and includes a snippet of Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds which really sticks in the mind) before the vocals start. I always love Jimi's playing on this song, they way he embellshes the chords.
Only one Jimi, enjoy!
This is a re-seed, to get the UK MxBx massive up for the forthcoming short tour. Yes kids, the mighty Melt Banana will be in Britain briefly for a few shows around the ATP event (see below). so get your taping gear and get out there:-
May 13 2009 Satans Hollow 101 Princess Street, Manchester, Northwest
May 14 2009 The Adelphi Hull
May 15 2009 The Rainbow Birmingham
May 17 2009 ATP, Butlin’s Holiday Centre Minehead, Southwest
May 18 2009 The Engine Room Brighton
This one from the vaults was my son Liam's first ever gig. needless to say, after he got used to the volume, he was blown away and insisted on going to tell Yako and Rika after the show how 'awesome' they were. Fortunately as he was only 10 at the time, they thought this was rather cute whereas if I had tried it, they would have been rightly embarrassed for me and probably sent for security. Sound is good even though I was 20 yards or so back, behind the mosh. This was also the last time the Microtrack behaved for me. It cut out three times in a row for me at gigs after this so it has gone to live out its days in a box in the garage.
Glass House, Pomona, CA
Saturday 19th May 2007
Croakie mounted SP-BMC-12 mics > SP-SBSB-1 battery box (16Hz roll-off) > Core sound 20dB attenuator > M-audio Microtrack (16bit/48Hz) > audacity (editing) > wav > CD wav (track splitting) > TLH (flac level 6 encoding, checksum and torrent file)
1. Shield for your eyes.....
3. Intro > Spider Snipe
4. Heiwaboke crisis
5. Ethar twisted
6. Too rough to scoop > Cracked plaster cast
7. A Hunter in the rain....
8. The call of the vague
9. Cat brain land
10. [Yako's half time team talk]
11. Hair cat
13. So unfillial rule
14. First defy
15. Screw loose
16. His name is Mickey
17. Blank page for the blind
19. Green eyed devil
20. A dreamer who is too weak......
21. Key is a fact that a cat brings
22. [audience noise]
23. Heart of glass
24. Lost parts stinging me so cold
25. Dead Spex
I downloaded this one a few days ago from Zomb and thought this should not be missing on Dime (I hope, the original seeder doesn't mind. All thanks go to him for making this available).
Yes, it's completely over the top, just like you would expect it.
Here's the original info (I left everything unaltered):
"JOHN ZORN, MIKE PATTON, DAVE LOMABRDO
Slim's, San Francisco, USA
September 15th, 1998
SBD > ? > CD-R > EAC > FLAC
I received in trade directly off the taper a few years ago.
A pristine soundboard recording of a rare improv set from
three of the best. Enjoy!
John Zorn: alto sax
Mike Patton: electronic, vox
Dave Lombardo: drums"
Church Audio CA-14 Cards -> Church Audio CA-9100 -> Edirol R09 (24/48) Hydra cabling
Audition (fades & EQ & 24/48 -> 16/44.1) -> CD Wave (track split) -> TLH (flac level 8) No SBEs
Taped and Transferred by jamroom - JAM058
01 [12:48] Ashes In The Snow
02 [11:31] Burial At Sea
03 [04:45] Follow The Map
04 [12:15] Pure As Snow
05 [15:02] Yearning
06 [13:58] The Battle To Heaven
07 [09:52] Halcyon (Beautiful Days)
08 [10:37] Everlasting Light
If burning to CD, an even split would be after Pure As Snow.
Takaakira "Taka" Goto - Guitar and sonic maelstrom
Tamaki - Bass, Keyboards, Glockenspiel
Yoda - Guitar
Yasunori Takada - Drums, Percussion, Glockenspiel
Touring in support of Hymn To The Immortal Wind, the band put in the usual powerful set. I love seeing this band live and they don't disappoint with their performance. Appropriate band to be playing in Stereo :-) The venue is in the basement of a great vegetarian bar / restaurant. The stage is a good height for a place this size, so even short people have a chance of seeing the band.
Recording notes and sound quality:
I got a good position near the front and there is minimal chatter to be heard. Minimal eq used to get the best out of the bass, that and a little volume boost.
Please support the band by buying their albums (especially Hymn To The Immortal Wind) & other merch and by going to see them live.
Please support the band by buying their albums, merch, and by going to see them live. They deserve your cash.
Do NOT sell this recording, trade FREELY!
No art, make you own.