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Old 05.09.2007, 03:01 PM   #781
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Old 05.12.2007, 08:09 AM   #782
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New Order
Tokyo 1985 [no label, 1CD]
Live at the Kosei Nekin Kaiken Hall, Tokyo, May 1, 1985.
Five years after the death of Ian Curtis and the end of Joy Division. When Curtis committed suicide in 1980, the remaining members - Ian Curtis, Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, and Bernard Sumner - roped in Gillian Gilbert to form New Order. With the release of Blue Monday in 1983, New Order were seen to fully embrace dance and had one of the best-selling 12-inch singles of all time.
It's arguable if New Order did the right thing by opening this Tokyo 1985 show with In A Lonely Place. While the song helped to give a sense of history to the group, it also allowed Curtis to cast a long shadow over the group. For many fans, the doom and gloom of Ian Curtis had more to say than the pop sheen of New Order.
Thanks to Rob2005 who shared the lossless tracks on the internet, fans can decide if New Order still had anything new to offer or by 1985, they were already a spent force.
Of the setlist, this is what Rob2005 noted: "This is the first of two consecutive nights that New Order played at the Kosei Nenkin Hall Tokyo. The second night was filmed and released in part on the Factory/Ikon video, Pumped Full Of Drugs. The first night was broadcast on Japanese radio, and this is a complete off-air recording of that. It starts with a Japanese announcer, who spoils the intro to In A Lonely Place and makes an unwelcome reappearance before and during Ceremony; the latter track is, furthermore, faded out, probably because the radio show was running out of time. Apart from that, this is a great recording.
"As was the band's wont at the time, the setlist of the two nights were radically different, with only five tracks common to both shows... A couple of tracks of this recording were previously available on a vinyl bootleg. Now you can hear (almost) the entire show, crackle free and with a minimum of FM static."
Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality, stereo MP3s - sample rate of 192 kibit/s). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released.


Track 01Intro (5.6MB) Track 02In A Lonely Place (6.1MB)
Track 03Subculture(6.6MB)Track 04This Time Of Night (6.9MB)Track 05Denial (5.8MB)Track 06Your Silent Face (9.7MB)Track 07Leave Me Alone (5.8MB)Track 08The Village(6.7MB)Track 09586 (7.7MB)Track 10Thieves Like Us(8.8MB)Track 11Face Up (8.2MB)Track 12Age Of Consent (8.4MB)Track 13Perfect Kiss (13.2MB)Track 14(announcer) (3.7MB)Track 15Ceremony (4.2MB)

 

 

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Old 05.12.2007, 08:14 AM   #783
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Lou Reed
Brooklyn 2006 [no label, 1CD]
Live at St. Ann's Warehouse, Brooklyn, December 14, 2006
This is what David Fricke of Rolling Stone magazine wrote: "On December 14, 33 years after the album's release, (Lou) Reed opened a sold-out four-night stand at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, performing the whole of Berlin live for the first time, with full orchestration... The story still thrills as it repels: the way Reed, with a poet's ear and a reporter's eye and no intruding moral comment, renders both artificial ecstasies (booze, speed, reckless sex) and real-life horror (beatings, blood on the sheets).
"But the most astonishing thing about hearing Berlin live was the greatest-hits glow of the songs. The arrangements, which sounded muted and crowded on the album's original, flimsy RCA pressing, bloomed in 3-D. The German beer-hall thump of Lady Day became an elephant-march heartbeat with guitarist Steve Hunter, who played on the album sessions, breaking out in fits of arena-rock shriek. In Caroline Says I, Reed countered the flirty melody and gently buoyant score with dry vocal cool. And when he got to Caroline Says II, Reed offset the escalating violence and emotional collapse with a tenderness, in the music and his singing, that made it a love song in all but the bruises."
And as reported in the New York Times, "Mr Reed has gathered a starry group of friends to help turn Berlin into a semitheatrical, multimedia performance. Julian Schnabel has created sets and will be filming the show, and Mr Schnabel's daughter, Lola, has shot film scenes with the French actress Emmanuelle Seigner, which will be projected onto the stage. Bob Ezrin, who produced the original album, will be doing musical direction with Hal Willner. The indie darling Antony [of Antony & The Johnsons] will appear with a children's choir and will also sing backup with Sharon Jones, queen of the local retro-soul scene."
For those into trivial pursuit, the show even incorporated the "lost minute" instrumental interlude heard on the cassette and eight-track tapes!
Thanks to upload for sharing the tracks. Also note that while this audience recording is generally excellent, the volume is slightly low.
Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality, stereo MP3s - sample rate of 192 kibit/s). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released.

Track 01introduction (2.3MB)Track 02Sad Song overture (2.4MB)Track 03Berlin (3.5MB)Track 04Lady Day (5.7MB)Track 05
Men Of Good Fortune (8.2MB)
Track 06
Caroline Says (I) (5.2MB)
Track 07How Do You Think It Feels? (5.5MB)Track 08Oh, Jim (10.0MB)Track 09Caroline Says (II) (7.9MB)Track 10 The Kids (10.9MB)Track 11The Bed (7.6MB)Track 12Sad Song (10.5MB) encoreTrack 13encore introduction (2.0MB)Track 14Sweet Jane (8.5MB)Track 15Candy Says (7.0MB)Track 16Rock Minuet (8.2MB)
Other musicians:
Rob Wasserman - bass
Fernando Saunders - bass
Steve Hunter - guitar
Tony "Thunder" Smith - drums
Sharon Jones - vocals
Steve Bernstein - trumpet
Jane Scarpantoni - cello
Hal Willner - producer
Bob Ezrin - conductor
 


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Old 05.16.2007, 11:23 AM   #784
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Echo & the Bunnymen & Bauhaus Markthalle, Hamburg 11.81



Echo & The Bunnymen
30.11.1981 Markthalle Hamburg, together with Bauhaus
 


Echo & The Bunnymen - Villier's Terrace

 

Bauhaus - She's in parties

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Old 05.17.2007, 05:07 AM   #785
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Television & Patti Smith - CBGB's, New York, NY 04/17/75


 

 

1. Fire Engine
2. Judy
3. Poor Circulation
4. Breakin' My Heart
5. Foxhole
6. We're Gonna Have A Real Good Time Together (PS)
7. Redondo Beach (PS)
8. Birdland (PS)
9. Space Monkey (PS)
10. Distant Fingers (PS)
11. Gloria (PS)
12. Venus
13. Marquee Moon
14. Friction


Television & Patti
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Old 05.17.2007, 05:09 AM   #786
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The Replacements - Final Show 7/4/91 - Petrillo Music Shell, Grant Park; Chicago, Ill


 


On July 4th, 1991, the band officially broke up following a frantic Taste of Chicago performance in Grant Park, referred to by fans as "It Ain't Over 'Til the Fat Roadie Plays" because each member disappeared during the set, their respective roadies taking their places. This show was broadcast by Chicago radio station WXRT.

I will Dare
Bent out of shape
Achin' to be
Merry go round
Happy town
Swinging party
One wink at a time
Waitress in the sky
When it began
Someone take the wheel
Talent show
Send in the clowns
Nobody
Another girl, Another planet
Hey good looking
I'll be you
I don't know
Within your reach
Can't hardly wait
Hootenanny
Meet Me On The Bus

It Ain't Over 'Til the Fat Roadie Plays
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Old 05.17.2007, 05:21 AM   #787
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Prince feat. Miles Davis - 12-31-87 Paisley Park Studios, Minneapolis


 


01: Hot Thing
02: If I Was Your Girlfriend
03: Let's Go Crazy
04: When Doves Cry
05: Purple Rain
06: 1999
07: U Got That Look
08: Medley: It's Gonna Be a Beautiful Night > Six > Miles solo > Housequake > Chain of Fools > Cold Sweat > Take the A Train > Housequake > Funky Man > Land of 1000 Dances > Piano jam > Alphabet Sweat > Cold Sweat > Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee > Housequake > It's Gonna Be a Beautiful Night

Prince & Miles

Note: Miles plays only on the final medley.

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Old 05.17.2007, 06:05 AM   #788
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THE CLASH - BBC In Concert @ Leicester De Montfort Hall 1977



 

30 years ago this month, The Clash left London for a trip round a bleak unemployment ridden Britain on the White Riot tour. Their debut LP had been released a month earlier. This was the tour that rammed the 'punk explosion' into the face of the nation. By all accounts it was an orgy of incendiary rock'n'roll, the tour bus was raided on numerous occasions and the band gave their hearts, souls, flesh and blood on every stage in every town they played. The halls were filled with disaffected kids, who'd been given no future but now had found something to believe in, some positivity in a nation of negativity. At the Rainbow Theatre, London, the seats were ripped up the tabloid headlines screamed PUNK WRECK . This recording is from Leicester and was broadcast by the BBC as part of their In Concert series it is the best sound quality of the early Clash playing the songs from their debut album it captures the energy and excitement and fun of the moment. When Mick Jones sings "what a Norman" instead of "what a liar" at the end of Deny, he's referring to their tour bus driver who was called Norman, bet he's got a few tales to tell. Wanna have a riot of yer own? well, it's just a click away:http://www.sendspace.com/file/tno3vn
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THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN - Re-formed and Live 2007.



 

Probably the most important and influential band since The Clash. Jesus and The Mary Chain used the punk blueprint, tore it up took the pieces and gaffa taped it back together into something completely different. Upside Down their debut single was a slab of feedback, early live shows ended in riots, these guys didn't care. No Mary Chain, no Britpop. Their debut L.P PsychoCandy was as important to a generation just as The Clash's had been to another. As time passed the band matured, but never lost their edge nor the ability to craft a good tune using the tools of their trade. "A guitar is like a hammer or chisel - it's something to get the job done. You don't need to sit down and learn to play the thing. That would be four years of your life wasted" was what Jim Reid once said. Unlike The Clash, Jesus and Mary Chain decided to reform. This recording is from their first gig together since the Reid brothers acrimonious split on stage in 1998. It was recorded at Pomona in California last month and obtained via Moggieboy over on the Primal Scream forum. It includes all their classics from Never Understand to Reverence. Personally I dunno if they should have got back together, perhaps they should have just left a legendary legacy like The Clash. Anyway you decide. It's just a click away: http://www.sendspace.com/file/yptw98

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Miles Davis Paris 11/6/1967


 




Miles Davis - Trumpet
Wayne Shorter - Tenor
Herbie Hancock - Piano
Ron Carter - Bass
Tony Williams - Drums

'Round Midnight
No Blues
Mascalero
I Fall In Love Too Easily
Riot
Walkin'
Green Dolphin Street
The Theme

Awesome stuff.
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DJ Spooky - Subliminal Kid


 
DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid is a Washington DC-born electronic and experimental hip hop musician whose work is often called 'illbient' or 'trip hop'. He is a turntablist and producer. He borrowed his stage name from a character in a William S. Burroughs novel.
Growing up in DC, Spooky became interested in punk and go-go music, and attended Bowdoin College in Maine, earning degrees in French literature and philosophy. He began writing science fiction and formed a collective called Soundlab with several other artists.
In the mid-1990s, Spooky began recording a series of singles and EPs. His debut LP, Songs of a Dead Dreamer, is now widely regarded as a formative influence on illbient. Riddim Warfare (see 1998 in music) was an underground hit that include collaborations with Dr. Octagon and other cult figures in indie rock.
 

He then worked with several other artists on various collaborations and mix CDs, returning in 2002 with Modern Mantra (see 2002 in music). That same year saw the release of Optometry, a widely acclaimed collaboration with avant-jazz players Matthew Shipp, William Parker, Guillermo E. Brown and Joe McPhee. (This album also features portions of a breaks record by Billy Martin of Medeski Martin & Wood.)

DJ Spooky on the cover of The Wire, 1995DJ Spooky also composed the score for the 1998 film SLAM, featuring poet/actor Saul Williams in the lead role. The film went on to win both the Cannes Camera D'Or and the Sundance Festival Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.
 
In 2004 DJ Spooky released a book, Rhythm Science published by MIT Press. The same year saw the launch of his film/music/multimedia performance piece "DJ Spooky's Rebirth of a Nation". A live audio/video re-mix of D. W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation which includes footage from choreographer Bill T. Jones and a score newly composed by DJ Spooky, "Rebirth of a Nation" was commissioned by the Lincoln Center Festival, The Festival d'Automne a Paris, The Spoleto Festival USA, and the Vienna Festival. DJ Spooky continues to tour the world performing this work.
2005 sees the release of "Drums of Death", DJ Spooky's CD based on sessions he recorded with Dave Lombardo of Slayer. Other guest artists include Chuck D. of Public Enemy and Vernon Reid of Living Colour. The record was co-produced by Jack Dangers of Meat Beat Manifesto.
 
In 2006 DJ Spooky produced two extensive compilations of classic Jamaican music from the archives of Trojan Records, the 40 year old Jamaican record label founded by Chris Blackwell and Lee Gopthal. The U.S. release, In Fine Style: DJ Spooky Presents 50,000 Volts of Trojan Records focused on "selections" from the archive, while the UK and worldwide release, Riddim Come Forward was a continuous mix. The compilation features a roster of Jamaica's most renowned artists and producers like Lee "Scratch" Perry, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, U-Roy, King Tubby and Prince Jammy.
DJ Spooky is also a professor of music mediated art at the European Graduate School where he co-teaches (with Michael Schmidt) Intensive Summer Seminars in Saas-Fee, Switzerland.

Live at the Cargo London 2006


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Anyone who has a Sonic Youth Bootleg with DDN Songs in excellent quality? I would be very happy for that. When I start to know how to upload files I can load up a Einstürzende Neubauten Bootleg from 2005
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Anyone who has a Sonic Youth Bootleg with DDN Songs in excellent quality? I would be very happy for that. When I start to know how to upload files I can load up a Einstürzende Neubauten Bootleg from 2005

I put this one in the sharing section a while back. The link is still active, and it's pretty good.

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Tony Conrad / Alex Gelencser

Date: -- --, 1998
City: --, --, --
Venue: Le Garage

Setlist:

01 - (Untitled)

Line-up:
Tony Conrad: Violin
Alex Gelencser: Cello

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It would be nice if anyone can bring more info about this show. I've tried all Google possibilities, but...

Enjoy!
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Thanks jico. That looks good. Here's another jacked from a blog. But, I figured you all yould be interested

The Blue Note Years, Vol.5- The Avant Garde 1963-1967, 1999, Blue Note

 

Much of the artists featured on this compilation are free jazz and fusion oriented, but these songs are showcasing their less discordant music. This is still top-shelf jazz but with a more straight-ahead sound to please people who love adventurous music with more of a traditional jazz feel. Plenty of out-of print songs are featured on here such as Grachan Moncur's "Monk in Wonderland" and "Thandiwa". It features a great cross section of the true masters of free jazz such as Ornette Coleman, Eric Dolphy, Sam Rivers, Don Cherry and Ceil Taylor. I look at this record as being a gateway to some of these artist's more experimental work. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
Disc One
  1. Larry Young- The Moontrane
  2. Andrew Hill- Black Fire
  3. Andrew Hill- Siete Ocho
  4. Jackie McLean- Frankenstein
  5. Jackie McLean-Kahlil The Prophet
  6. Tony Williams- Tomorrowow Afternoon
  7. Sam Rivers- Luminous Monolith
  8. Grachan Moncur III- Thandiwa
Disc Two
  1. Eric Dolphy- Hat and Beard
  2. Grachan Moncur III- Monk In Wonderland
  3. Andrew Hill- New Monastery
  4. Eric Dolphy- Out to Lunch
  5. Ornette Coleman- Dawn
  6. Ornette Coleman- Broad Way Blues
  7. Don Cherry- There Is the Bomb
  8. Cecil Tayor- Steps
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a little video:
Blonde Redhead - 23 - Live on Late Night with Conan O'Brien
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thank you nicfit...i've never seen Blonde Redhead live. I thing i should get familiar with Youtube from now on
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I upped this for some guys, and I thought it would be nice to share it on here too.
Blonde Redhead live 26-3-2005 @ the 9:30 Club, Washington
http://www.badongo.com/file/3172999
Tracklist:
1 falling man
2 elephant woman
3 u.f.o.
4 anticipation
5 doll is mine
6 melody
7 in particular
8 pink love

Check the drums in the last couple minutes of "in particular"
I think they opened for Interpol on that tour, thus the short performance.
I think I got this from a link T&B posted quite a long time ago, so thanks again to him.
I think I should stop beginning sentences with "I think".
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Acid Mothers Temple

Date: June 6, 2004
Venue: Spaceland
Los Angeles, CA

 


Lineup:

Kawabata Makoto: guitar, vocal, speed guru
Koizumi Hajime: drums, sleeping monk
Higashi Hiroshi: synthesizer, guitar, vocal, dancin'king
Tsuyama Atsushi: monster bass, vocal, cosmic joker

Setlist:

1. Freeform
2. Dark Star Blues
3. La Le Lo
4. Electric love Machine
5. Pink Lady Lemonade>IN E>Bow solo>Pink Lady Lemonade(last min. is cut off)

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