Monday, 31 March 2014

Roxy Music [1979.03.06] Den Haag, Holland
















Roxy Music 
The Congresgebouw
Den Haag, Holland
March 6th, 1979

FM Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List:
01 - Manifesto
02 - A Song for Europe
03 - Mother of Pearl
04 - In Every Dream Home a Heartache
05 - Out of the Blue
06 - Casanova
07 - Both ends Burning
08 - Love is the Drug
09 - Virginia Plain
10 - Do the Strand

Kiss - Rolling Stone April 10, 2014 - Cover




















Kiss - Rolling Stone April 10, 2014 - Cover

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Guns N' Roses - Practice For Destruction





















Guns N' Roses 
'Practice For Destruction'
(1992 Metal Memory Records : MM 90038)
Excellent Studio Outtakes
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

http://www.last.fm/music/Guns+N'+Roses/Practice+for+Destruction
http://www.discogs.com/Guns-N-Roses-Practice-For-Destruction/release/4663701

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 - Heartbreak Hotel (4:20)
02 - Shadow Of Your Love (3:00)
03 - Welcome To The Jungle (5:02)
04 - Move To The City (3:31)
05 - Mama Kin (3:43)
06 - Jumping Jack Flash (3:32)
07 - You're Crazy (3:39)
08 - Reckless Life (3:12)
09 - Mama Kin (3:23)
10 - Heartbreak Hotel (4:30)
11 - Perfect Crime (3:30)
12 - Jumping Jack Flash (3:28)
13 - It's So Easy (3:08)
14 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door (4:56)
15 - Whole Lotta Rosie (4:03)

AC/DC [1977.01.30] The Haymarket, Sydney [Pre-FM]




AC/DC
The Haymarket
Sydney, Australia
January 30th, 1977

Pre-FM Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01) Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
02) Jailbreak
03) The Jack
04) Can I Sit Next to You Girl?
05) High Voltage
06) Rocker
07) It's a Long Way to the Top

Friday, 28 March 2014

The inspiration for the 'Destroyer' cover ?







Might be the inspiration for DESTROYER cover - prohibition ara advert.

John Lennon - The Alternate Mind / Shaved






John Lennon 
The Alternate Mind Games And Shaved Fish
(1991 Apple Ghost Records : CD 53-39)
Studio/Live Recordings
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=cd5339&section=2
http://johnlennon.cz/thealternatemindgames_shavedfish.html

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. Mind Games - Early mix - rough vocal
02. Tight A$ - Guitar demo
03. Aisumasen (I'm Sorry) - Rough mix
04. Bring On The Lucie (Freda People) - Alternate mix
05. Out The Blue - Rough mix - alternate vocals
06. Only People - Rough mix
07. Give Peace A Chance - Acoustic demo
08. Cold Turkey - Early mix from acetate - alternate vocals
09. Instant Karma! (We All Shine On) - Promo film version - double tracked vocals
10. Power To The People - Alternate version
11. Mother - 'One To One' concert - matinee show. Different version to LP Shaved Fish
12. Woman Is The ****** Of The World - Acoustic demo
13. Imagine - 'One To One' concert - matinee show. Different version to LP Shaved Fish
14. Whatever Gets You Through The Night - Alternate version
15. Make Love Not War - Demo for Mind Games song
16. #9 Dream - Acoustic demo
17. Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
18. Give Peace A Chance - 'One To One' concert. Featuring Stevie Wonder and Melanie Safka

Sunday, 23 March 2014

CCR & Booker T. Jones - Fantasy Studio Session










Creedence Clearwater Revival with Booker T. Jones 
'Fantasy Studio Session '70'
Fantasy Studio, California 1970
(Mainstreet : MST 101)

http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=101mst
http://www.discogs.com/Creedence-Clearwater-Revival-Jam-Session-With-Booker-T-Jones-At-Fantasy-Studio-CA-1970/release/3356941

Studio Recording
Encoded: 128 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
1  Jam Warm Up  13:19
2  99 1/2  6:27
3  Proud Mary  5:41
4  Travelin´ Band  5:11
5  Born On The Bayou  6:18
6  Down On The Corner  5:07
7  99 1/2 Reprise  2:50
8  I Put A Spell On You  15:39
9  Final Jam  6:38

Review: www.allmusic.com
It didn't get a lot of fanfare, and maybe it wasn't intended to produce any music for release. But Booker T. Jones of Booker T. & the MG's did record a jam session with Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1970 at Fantasy Studio. This bootleg documents it, with 67 minutes of music, in good though not great studio quality. Like many jams between superstars, of course, it doesn't sound as wonderful on disc as it might in your head. It just sounds like Creedence with a good organ player, running through some of their most popular songs rather informally. Apparently it wasn't seen as an opportunity to work up new material or take on cover tunes that CCR hadn't done on their records. In fact, six of the nine tracks were versions of songs that Creedence put on their early releases, including the hits "Proud Mary," "Down on the Corner," "Born on the Bayou," and "Travelin' Band," as well as and two versions of "Ninety-nine and a Half (Won't Do)." The other tracks are basic bluesy instrumental groove jams -- nice enough, but not any with riffs that sound like they could have been developed into distinctive songs. (Note that the track identified as "I Put a Spell on You" is an instrumental that doesn't seem to have more than a casual resemblance to the Screamin' Jay Hawkins classic that Creedence covered on their first album.) Part of the reason the CD's so long is that there's a fair amount of bumbling around between songs, and while John Fogerty does sing (and with passion), the instrumental balance and presence of the vocals in the mix aren't ideal (not to mention the presence of occasional loud electronic beeps). There aren't many Creedence bootlegs around, though, and this is a neat if not earthshaking chance to hear them playing live and playing fairly well, with a celebrity guest helping them out. -Original

Saturday, 22 March 2014

Japan [1981.02.07] Hammersmith Odeon

















Japan
Hammersmith Odeon
London, England
February 7th, 1981

FM Radio Broadcast Recording
Encoded: 256 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 - Swing (5:53)
02 - Gentlemen Take Polaroids (5:56)
03 - Alien (5:07)
04 - ...Rhodesia (5:34)
05 - Quiet Life (4:43)
06 - My New Career (3:57)
07 - Taking Islands In Africa (4:55)
08 - Methods Of Dance (6:08)
09 - Ain't That Peculiar (4:13)
10 - Halloween (4:05)
11 - European Son (4:19)

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Led Zeppelin 3 Outtakes


















Led Zeppelin 
'Led Zeppelin 3 Outtakes'
(1994 Tarantic CD 19128)
Audio Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
01 Friends [take one]
02 Immigrant Song
03 Out On The Tiles
04 Bron-Yr-Aur [Jimmie and Miss Crimson]
05 Poor Tom [take one]
06 Poor Tom [take two]
07 Hey, Hey What Can I Do
08 Instrumental
09 Instrumental
10 Poor Tom [take three]
11 Instrumental
12 Instrumental
13 That's The Way [take one]
14 That's The Way [take two]
15 That's The Way [take three]
16 That's The Way [take four]
17 That's The Way [take five]
18 Friends [take two]
19 Bron-Yr-Aur [take two]
20 Bron-Yr-Aur [take three]
21 Bron-Yr-Aur [take four]
22 Instrumental
23 Instrumental
24 Since I've Been Loving You [vocal track]
25 I Wanna Be Her Man
26 Instrumental take 1
27 Instrumental take 2
28 Instrumental take 3
29 Instrumental take 4
30 Down By The Seaside
31 Down By The Seaside
32 Instrumental take 5
33 Instrumental take 6
34 Instrumental take 7
35 Instrumental take 8
36 Instrumental take 9
37 Instrumental take 10
38 Instrumental take 11
39 Instrumental take 12
40 Instrumental take 13
41 Instrumental take 14

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Kiss - The Demo Collection




















Kiss 
'The Demo Collection' (Tongue 1)
Recorded: Demos 1970-1987
Sound Quality: Ex / Ex+ Studio Recordings
Encoded: 160 Kbps MP3

http://www.kissbootlegged.com/cd_demo_kiss.html

 Track List: (Artwork Included)
 01 - Larger Than Life                                    
 02 - Rocket Ride                  
 03 - All American Man              
 04 - Any Way You Want It    
 05 - Rockin' In The U.S.A.  
 06 - Love Gun [Paul plays every instrument]
 07 - Hooligan                        
 08 - Love Bite              
 09 - Deuce    
 10 - Cold Gin          
 11 - Strutter  
 12 - Watchin' You    
 13 - Black Diamond      
 14 - Beck  
 15 - Beth [Acoustic Version]
 16 - Reason To Live
 17 - Bang Bang You
 18 - My Way

Jam, The [1982.04.16] Stockholm, Sweden


















The Jam
Johaneshovs Isstadion
Stockholm, Sweden
Friday April 16th, 1982

Audience Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
 01 The Gift                                                      3,979,641
 02 Carnation                                                    4,719,889
 03 Happy Together                                           4,420,212
 04 Just Who Is The Five O'Clock Hero               3,924,931
 05 Ghosts                                                        3,526,824
 06 In The Crowd                                               4,761,267
 07 Town Called Malice                                        4,692,931
 08 Dreams Of Children                                         5,198,243
 09 That's Entertainment                                       5,340,558
 10 Tales From The Riverbank                             4,921,303
 11 Precious                                                        5,748,068
 12 Pretty Green                                                 4,819,572
 13 Heatwave                                                      4,507,357
 14 Running On The Spot                                        5,087,275
 15 Intro (Boy About Town)                                       364,085
 16 Boy About Town                                              2,829,668
 17 Private Hell                                                      6,072,196
 18 Trans-Global Express                                       5,028,970
 19 Circus                                                              8,919,125
 20 Funeral Pyre                                                    5,363,922
 21 Start!                                                             3,498,612
 22 When You're Young                                          5,347,455

Jam, The [1981.07.05] The Guildhall, Preston


















The Jam
The Guildhall, Preston
Sunday July 5th, 1981

Audience Recording
WMA Audio Files

Track List: (Artwork Included)
    01 - But I'm Different Now
    02 - Boy About Town       
    03 - To Be Someone        
    04 - Monday              
    05 - Man In The Corner Shop
    06 - Funeral Pyre        
    07 - Pretty Green         
    08 - David Watts          
    09 - Scrape Away          
    10 - Start!               
    11 - The Dreams Of Children
    12 - When You're Young    
    13 - Little Boy Soldiers 
    14 - Going Underground    
    15 - The Modern World    
    16 - Heatwave             
    17 - Strange Town

Saturday, 1 March 2014

Birthday


It's my birthday today ...yup, yup!!!

Kiss [1976.06.30] Hanger E


















Kiss
'Hangar E'
Newburgh Airbase Destroyer Rehearsals June 1976
Hangar E, Stewart International Airport, Newburgh, NY

http://www.kissmonster.com/tourdates/1976/1976-06xx.php
http://www.kissmonster.com/tourdates/1976/1976-0501.php

Fair Sound Recordings
Encoded: 160/192 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
June 21-29, 1976
01. Cold Gin
02. God Of Thunder
03. Rock And Roll All Nite
04. Deuce
05. Black Diamond
06. Love 'Em Leave 'Em
Mini Press Show June 30, 1976
07. Detroit Rock City
08. King Of The Night Time World
09. Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll
Ace Frehley's Wedding Reception
Hotel Americana, NY, May 1st, 1976
10. Rock And Roll All Nite
11. Shout It Out Loud

Eric Clapton [1973.01.13] Clapton's Rainbow Concert


















Eric Clapton 
'The Rainbow Concert 1973'
(1998 Empress Valley Supreme Disc)
The Rainbow Theatre, London, England
January 13th, 1973 --> Late Show Only

"It really wasn't difficult to get people to help. In fact, you might be surprised at a few names I could mention who would have given their right arms to join in this band."
- Pete Townshend

"I did that very much against my will. It was purely Townshend's idea. I'm indebted to him."
- Eric Clapton

Fans might be familiar with Eric Clapton's 1973 Rainbow Concert as it was officially released. However, Clapton played two shows that night and only the early show was released.

A soundboard recording of the two shows surfaced in 1998 from Empress Valley as Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert - 25th Anniversary Edition. Interestingly, the original album (featuring only six tracks), wasn't that hot among fans and critics. For example, the album was not highlighted at all in the section on Eric Clapton in The New Illustrated Rock Handbook (1986). And it's not even listed among Clapton's albums in The Rolling Stone Record Guide (1979).

This is what Bud Scoppa wrote in Rolling Stone magazine #146:

"Townshend's and Wood's guitars and Winwood's organ surround Clapton in a protective aural capsule. He, in turn, works cautiously, but caution isn't Clapton's way – his art is founded on risk-taking in its absolute form, spontaneity. The kid glove approach may have been necessary: Clapton is occasionally indecisive and confused. But he also cuts loose as much as his setting allows in "Badge," and he's solid, if not inspired, for most of the show.

"The material contributes to the pervasive melancholy. The six songs chosen from the evening's longer program are either moody, slow-paced or both. Even "Roll It Over" and "After Midnight" get moderate, deliberate treatments. The album's excitement, such as it is, comes from the layered instrumental textures, the solemn measured movement into climaxes that are majestic if not explosive, and the nuances of Clapton's restrained singing and playing. In these respects, the first and last tracks, "Badge" and Hendrix' "Little Wing," are most impressive.

"Rainbow Concert presents some of the best people in rock at their most egoless and supportive. But the crucial question – is Clapton able to come out of isolation and return to his music and to the people who care about it? – remains unanswered." On hindsight, and especially after listening to the complete second set, this was a key concert that helped to rechannel Clapton's musical energies.

This is what Clapton fan Nathant said about the late show at the Rainbow: "This comes from a four-disc boot of the famous Rainbow Concert that Pete Townshend put together to try and give Clapton the support he needed to kick his drug addiction. The first two discs were the early show, and the second two were the evening show. The official release is taken only from the early show, The two discs included are the evening show except Key To The Highway that was used for the official release.

"Plus it's a little bit of history knowing this was the event that motivated him to get clean and get his life back together. The only flaw is that the first track, Layla, is cut of for most off the beginning.
"An excellent recording and performance! Superior in quality to the Slowhand Masterfile release, and of course blows away the official release hands down!" In the year after the Rainbow Concert, Clapton recovered from his heroin addiction and recorded 461 Ocean Boulevard.

Stereo Soundboard Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01 Layla
02 Badge
03 Blues Power
04 Nobody Knows You
05 Take It Easy
06 Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
07 Little Wing
Disc 2:
01 Bottle of Red Wine
02 Presence Of The Lord
03 Tell The Truth
04 Pearly Queen
*05 Key To The Highway [*officially released/so, not included]
06 Let it Rain
07 Crossroads
08 Layla

Kiss [1984.11.27] Mark St. John's First Gig


















Kiss
'Mark St.John's First Gig'
Civic Center
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
November 27th, 1984

http://www.kissmonster.com/tourdates/1984/1984-1127.php

Audience Recording
Encoded: 128 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
1. detroit rock city
2. cold gin
3. creatures of the night
4. fits like a glove
5. heaven's on fire
6. under the gun
7. war machine
8. young and wasted
9. i love it loud
10.i still love you
11. love gun
12. black diamond
13. lick it up
14. *[Missing] rock and roll all nite