Should I be scared? No.
Lily Allen, acoustic in-store
dat > cd > eac > sf6 > flac
first posted on Traders Den on March 2, 2007 by peyoteshaman
original flacs, but renamed, tags added.
2. Naive [The Kooks]
3. Littlest Things
4. Heart of Glass [Blondie]
Lily Allen, with
- Alexander Shuckburgh -- guitar
- Shannon Harris -- keyboards
(I think I have these names right)
with some pics found on the web
upped by john234
Talking Heads 1975 DEMOS!
U2 @ Wembley Stadium, London, U.K. June 12, 1987 (Soundboard)
I know the indie snobs here don't like them but the Joshua Tree is great
Cocteau Twins Edinburgh Assembly Rooms 20 April 1984 soundcheck *M1*
TOM MCRAE BLACK SESSIONS 24TH MARCH 2003 FLAC
Bauhaus - London Music Machine 18th January 1980 (Audience With MP3 Sample)
Bauhaus - Rotterdam Lantaarn 6th April 1980 (M2 Audience)
I wonder if those are the Matthew Kaufmann demos from 1975, because I have those. The landing page doesn't say. It is notated that it was originally seeded on EZT before the change to dime, so I think it is.
So much Hendrix stuff is on official releases. Glad the seeder removed the offending track and re-upped this. Good catch, thanks.
Regarding the Talking Heads demos there's no seeder, hope that'll get fixed.
EDIT: that's fixed people grabbed it.
MELVINS 2007-04-08 Hamburg DVD (PAL) (full show with SBD audio!!)
Siouxsie and the Banshees 1979.04.23 Teatro Barcello Madrid, Spain RESEED
The Stranglers West Orange Creations Club NJ 7th April 1981
Arcade Fire - BBC Culture Show DVD - Documentary + Live Tracks [TV]
Miles Davis 1970-10-18 Fillmore West (tree disc 8)
Miles Davis - Paris - November 3, 1969 - 2nd show
That Record Plant NYC '69 Larry Young/Jimi Hendrix is pretty unique...a cool listen. Larry plays his signature Hammond organ style and Jimi lays down some tasteful guitar. It's one of those things that you download and listen to and you have the inclination to thank the heavens for the privilege.
As for the Miles, he departed company with his second great quartet/quintet (Hancock, Carter, Williams) by '69, but I can stand the '69 and '70 stuff okay because I like what Miles is playing. (Bitches Brew-era is still okay overall). Wayne Shorter (from the Quintet) is still there. Dave Holland is good, but of course Ron Carter was even better. I also like Jack DeJohnette who is great like Tony Williams, just only in his own way. I don't really care for Chick Corea that much though; I never have, and unfortunately, he has the propensity to stink things up quite a bit.
anyway, '70-'71-ish is my cut-off for live Miles...and I prefer stuff pre-'68, all-in-all...
Did any of you get the 5/06/95 The Metro Chicago sbd for Mike Watt All-Stars?
It's really good. (perfect soundboard, excellent performances, cool artwork, etc.) It brings back memories of when I saw this tour. The audio is from pro-shot video and I would like to trade a dvd or something if someone interested happens to have the dvd video of it.
list here http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/showthread.php?t=4736
Bjork, Corsano & Co. were great last night, weren't they?
this one should be good
Hush Arbors / Phil Minton / Tight Meat Duo - Shaw Library, LSE, London, UK 12 Mar 2007
Miles Davis-Côte Blues(JMY Boot) Juan Les Pins 1963
LowTorrent Black Session 04-23-2007 FM
Smashing Pumpkins - 1/20/92 - Melkweg; Amsterdam, NL
Echo & the Bunnymen - Kant Kino, Berlin June 15th 1981
Echo & the Bunnymen - Tuts, Chicago April 12th 1981 SBD
Sigur Rós - Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland (2001-07-13) Superb Soundboard Recording
Cocteau Twins Edinburgh ASsembly Rooms 20 April 1984
SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES 2002-08-18 Tokyo "Summer Sonic Festival" (NTSC DVD)
WILCO - 4-19-07 - Palais Theatre - Melbourne Australia
DEERHOOF - 2007-04-20 - Lyon (France), Grrrnd Zero [AUD]
Joanna Newsom: Berlin 2007-04-25
Cocteau Twins Hammersmith Odeon London 19th April 1983
There was a torrent listed as "New Order 1988 Demos flac," or something, and when I clicked on the torrent address it went to a "page not found" error. I think the torrent was banned and deleted at that very moment because when I checked back, it's not longer listed.
I wish I still had the page open, but I tried to click 'back."
The seeder wrote that the source is a tape they got off of ebay.
I'm just getting a Gentle Giant just as a lark because it's an FM and a Frank Zappa FM right now.
The recent JSBX is not a soundboard as purported. It sounds fairly good, to be sure, but it just irks me that so many good sounding audience recordings always get tagged as soundboards when they clearly are not. I don't think there's necessarily anything terribly wrong with these people's hearing; I think it's their fucking brain that fails them.
What's funny is that the JSBX - "Don't Cramp My Style" bootleg sounds like audience because of the drums miking and the mix, yet it's a soundboard and that this one at the Whisky is marked as soundboard, yet anyone listening to the drums can easily tell different.
dEUS Montreux Jazz Festival 2006 FM
Bjork - May 2, 2007 Radio City Music Hall DAUD
Björk 2007-05-02 Radio City Music Hall NYC - FOB DPA 4021s
Bjork - 2007-04-27 - Indio, Ca - coachella
NEW ORDER LIVE 08 JUN 87 The Roxy - Sheffield, England - AUDIENCE - FLAC
Cocteau Twins Live 1996-05-26 Milan, Italy (VENUE-R.Stone) FLAC
LOW 02.May 2007 Molotow Hamburg Germany --Fantastic Recording
Patti Smith - Rockpalast / Stereo / FM - Radio Show
(1979) by COLOGNESHARK
PINK FLOYD Rome VPRO Rebroadcast SHN
(6.5.68) by GuyGadebois
Pink Floyd 1971-09-30 Meddled (rev A) [HRV CDR 001a]
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