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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2010 10:38 pm    Post subject: What is the last bootleg you have listened to? Reply with quote

Post any band here that is not Grateful Dead related!!!!

Jefferson Airplane
1966-10-07
Winterland
San Francisco, CA

101. Instrumental Jam (8:07)
102. Go To Her (4:24)
103. Don't Slip Away (2:55)
104. And I Like It (8:12)
105. High Flyin' Bird (4:24)
106. Fat Angel (6:23)
107. It's No Secret (4:39)

Band Lineup
Signe Anderson - vocals
Marty Balin - vocals, percussion
Paul Kantner - vocals, guitar
Jorma Kaukonen - lead guitar
Jack Casady - bass
Spencer Dryden - drums

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Freddie King - 1975-03-31
January Sound Studios
Dallas Tx
FM broadcast


01. KZEW Intro (Ken Rundell)
02. Big Legged Woman
03. Woman Across The River
04. While The Moon Is Shining Bright
05. Ain't Nobody's Business
06. Key To The Highway
07. Hideaway
08. Goin' Down
09. Early One Morning
10. Come On (Part III)
11. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
12. KZEW Outro / Lone Star Beer Commercial

I love Freddie and this one delivers..Its awesome hearing him jam in the studio with no one else around but the band. You can never go wrong with the Texas Cannonball and the Lone Star commercial at the end is hilarious.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Freddie King - 1975-03-31
January Sound Studios
Dallas Tx
FM broadcast


01. KZEW Intro (Ken Rundell)
02. Big Legged Woman
03. Woman Across The River
04. While The Moon Is Shining Bright
05. Ain't Nobody's Business
06. Key To The Highway
07. Hideaway
08. Goin' Down
09. Early One Morning
10. Come On (Part III)
11. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
12. KZEW Outro / Lone Star Beer Commercial

I love Freddie and this one delivers..Its awesome hearing him jam in the studio with no one else around but the band. You can never go wrong with the Texas Cannonball and the Lone Star commercial at the end is hilarious.


Sorry for my ignorance but ... who is this? What kind of music is it? I'll try to find somenting on the web!

OK I have heard a couple of beautiful songs on my space. I like it! I'll check for downloads in usual places.

I have to thank you for I am expanding the list of excellent artists I can enjoy with.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Levon Helm and Rick Danko - Nov. 83 at Hult Center in Eugene, ORE
great intimate acoustic show.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Freddie King is by far and away my favorite blues artist. He was an unbelievable guitar player with a style all his own. You should really check this dude out..


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Freddie King is by far and away my favorite blues artist. He was an unbelievable guitar player with a style all his own. You should really check this dude out..


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I sure will ...... so "Have you ever loved a woman" is his tune! Right? Ilove his "raw sound"!!!

I hate Clapton stealing other's tunes and repeating them all over again without adding notthing new ... just commercializing them if you now what I mean!!! Clapton did it also with JJ Cale and Marley !!!

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 9:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't stop playing this one:

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The Clash, Chaos in New York

The Clash
1981-06-04
Bonds International Casino
New York, NY
Soundboard Recording
192 kbps
Artwork Included

01. London Calling
02. Safe European Home
03. The Leader
04. Train in Vain
05. White Man in Hammersmith Palais
06. This is Radio Clash
07. Corner Soul
08. The Guns of Brixton
09. The Call Up
10. Bankrobber
11. Complete Control
12. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)
13. Ivan Meets GI. Joe
14. Charlie Don't Surf
15. The Magnificent Seven
16. Broadway
17. Somebody Got Murdered
18. Police & Thieves
19. Working for the Clampdown
20. One More Time
21. Brand New Cadillac
22. The Street Parade
23. Janie Jones
24. Washington Bullets



In May and June 1981, The Clash, having recently released the triple album Sandinista!, scheduled 8 concerts at Bond's International [CENSORED] in New York City. The site of the shows was the former Bonds department store near Times Square, which had been converted into a large 2nd floor concert hall. Promoters kept the name because there was a large, neon Bonds sign on the outside of the building, which made for great free promotion. The 8 shows were grossly oversold (Bond's held only 1700 people), leading the fire marshals to cancel the Saturday, May 30 performance. In response, the band condemned the promoters for their greed, while demonstrating unprecedented integrity to every ticket holder by more than doubling the original booking, adding 9 more shows for a total of 17. This soundboard, from one of the added dates, June 4, 1981, 29 years ago today, captures The Clash on the cusp between being a cult punk band and attaining rock stardom. Download it and relive a pivotal moment in the band's history.

This may be the best bootleg I've ever heard. The Band was really on here and it gives me a whole new appreciation for them. I've listened to the Clash since they came out but this time arouns I rerally HEARD the Clash.


Link courtesy of So Many Roads To Ease My Soul blogspot
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 10:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

tizi wrote:
skobud wrote:
Freddie King is by far and away my favorite blues artist. He was an unbelievable guitar player with a style all his own. You should really check this dude out..


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I sure will ...... so "Have you ever loved a woman" is his tune! Right? Ilove his "raw sound"!!!

I hate Clapton stealing other's tunes and repeating them all over again without adding notthing new ... just commercializing them if you now what I mean!!! Clapton did it also with JJ Cale and Marley !!!

I agree with you about Crapton. He totally copped his style and technique from the 3 Kings - Albert, Freddie and BB. I love some of his stuff, but after Derek and the Dominoes he was riding his own coattails.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 11:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

skobud, I love that Freddie King show. Get's a regular rotation on my iPod.

Here's my latest. Great show from some Little Feat'rs.

Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett Acoustic Duo
Colony Cafe and Arts Center
Woodstock, NY
1/11/04


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Hate To Lose Your Lovin'
Cajun Rage >
Rad Gumbo
Heavens Forsaken
Everything I Do is Gonna Be Funky >
Lonesome Whistle
Sailin' Shoes
Dixie Chicken> Tennessee Jed> Dixie Chicken
intro
Down On The Farm
Two Trains >
Rocket In My Pocket
Fool Yourself
Willin' > Don't Bogart That Joint
Long Black Veil >
The Weight > Willin'
All That You Dream
Skin It Back
crowd
E: Eula
Old Folks Boogie

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2010 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

lucasmcain wrote:
I can't stop playing this one:

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The Clash, Chaos in New York

The Clash
1981-06-04
Bonds International Casino
New York, NY
Soundboard Recording
192 kbps
Artwork Included

01. London Calling
02. Safe European Home
03. The Leader
04. Train in Vain
05. White Man in Hammersmith Palais
06. This is Radio Clash
07. Corner Soul
08. The Guns of Brixton
09. The Call Up
10. Bankrobber
11. Complete Control
12. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)
13. Ivan Meets GI. Joe
14. Charlie Don't Surf
15. The Magnificent Seven
16. Broadway
17. Somebody Got Murdered
18. Police & Thieves
19. Working for the Clampdown
20. One More Time
21. Brand New Cadillac
22. The Street Parade
23. Janie Jones
24. Washington Bullets



In May and June 1981, The Clash, having recently released the triple album Sandinista!, scheduled 8 concerts at Bond's International [CENSORED] in New York City. The site of the shows was the former Bonds department store near Times Square, which had been converted into a large 2nd floor concert hall. Promoters kept the name because there was a large, neon Bonds sign on the outside of the building, which made for great free promotion. The 8 shows were grossly oversold (Bond's held only 1700 people), leading the fire marshals to cancel the Saturday, May 30 performance. In response, the band condemned the promoters for their greed, while demonstrating unprecedented integrity to every ticket holder by more than doubling the original booking, adding 9 more shows for a total of 17. This soundboard, from one of the added dates, June 4, 1981, 29 years ago today, captures The Clash on the cusp between being a cult punk band and attaining rock stardom. Download it and relive a pivotal moment in the band's history.

This may be the best bootleg I've ever heard. The Band was really on here and it gives me a whole new appreciation for them. I've listened to the Clash since they came out but this time arouns I rerally HEARD the Clash.


Link courtesy of So Many Roads To Ease My Soul blogspot


Thanks for the link. I am listenin to this now. Pretty excellent. The quality is A, the performance is also an A.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 12:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm listening to a 6 volume 12 disc collection of Neil Young SBD recordings spanning his career (1967-2006) called A Perfect Echo. This is pretty much essential Young, even if it isn't a full concert.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Duderino wrote:
Levon Helm and Rick Danko - Nov. 83 at Hult Center in Eugene, ORE
great intimate acoustic show.


Seconded. This a great show... well, mine's labeled 1/29/83 -- same one?

The last few good ones I listened to:
Floyd, 10/17/71 San Diego
Neil's Chrome Dreams unreleased album
Bonnie Raitt & Lowell George, 10/17/72 Ultrasonic studios
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 12:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stevie Ray Vaughan
"Peace in the Valley" boot
Alpine Valley Music Theatre
East Troy, WI
Aug. 25, 1990



Setlist:

01. Tightrope
02. The Things (That) I Used To Do
03. Let Me Love You Baby
04. Leave My Little Girl Alone
05. Look At Little Sister
06. Wall Of Denial
07. Riviera Paradise
08. Superstition
09. Couldn't Stand The Weather > Goin' Down (cut)
10. Crossfire
11. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)



Good recording and this was one of his last shows right before he died. Dig it!
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 5:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very nice development in this thread .... I am taking notes!
Just keep on posting my friends, and thank you for the blogs and sites with such good boots.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2010 11:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Led Zeppelin The Dancing Avacado. Awesome show and awesome sound. Page is playing like hes possessed! 69 is def the best led zeppelin every played live! IMO
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

one of the Bob Dylan "bootleg series" releases. does that count as a bootleg, though? Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bob Marley & The Wailers04/19/80Rufaro Stadium, Salisbury, Zimbabwe
Source: SBD>?>DAT>Delta DiO 2496>Soundforge 4.5>CDWAV>SHN> MP3 @ 320kbps CBR (Using DB Power Amp Batch Converter) and tagged with Mp3 Tag Tools

Track List
1. Natural Mystic
2. Positive Vibration
3. Roots Rock Reggae
4. Lively Up Yourself
5. Zimbabwe
6. Runnin' Away
7. Baldheads
8. Get Up Stand Up
9. Exodus (cuts)Some static on track 3 which was on original DAT.

A very nice show .... its summer here!!!! Zimbabwe!!!! Viva Africa!!!

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 7:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SRV "Cold Shot"
Tokyo
01/24/85

1. Scuttle Buttin' (2:46)
2. Say What (5:09)
3. Voodoo Child (15:05)
4. Cold Shot (4:38)
5. Couldn't Stand the Weather (5:51)
6. Tin Pan Alley/Dirty Pool (13:10)
7. Mary Had a Little Lamb(3:32)
8. Love Struck Baby(3:23)
9. TEXAS FLOOD (11:37)
10. Lenny (7:00)

What a great show this is for any Stevie fan...Listened to it last night while knockin back a few Southern Tier IPA's on the deck......Lots of early insanity from Stevie, especially the solos on Vodoo Chile, Tin Pan Alley and especially Texas Flood...This one circulates on video too and is excellent.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Phish
8/15/1996
"From the Archives" hosted by Kevin Shapiro
Clifford Ball Radio - Plattsburgh, NY


Source: 88.9 KA2XZE FM > D7 by Marcus Thunich <marcust99>
Conversion: DA-P1 > Turtle Beach Fiji > Sound Forge 4.5 > CD Wave > SHN v3 by Mike Wren <mikew>

Converted to FLAC on 5/15/2004 by
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Disc 1 [58:52]:

1. NICU (3/26/92 I - Ziggy's - Winston Salem, NC)
2. Brother (3/24/92 II - Flood Zone - Richmond, VA)
3. Weather Report & Kevin
4. Catapult > Simple >
5. Icculus (6/22/94 II - Veterans Mem. Aud. - Columbus, OH)
6. Setting Sail > HYHU (7/15/94 II - Jones Beach - Wantagh, NY)
7. Frankenstein (6/23/94 II - Phoenix Plaza - Pontiac, MI)
8. KA2XZE Station ID
9. Ride Captain Ride (12/30/92 E - Symphony Hall - Springfield, MA)
10. Station ID, dead air
11. Dead air
12. Kevin
13. My Sweet One (instrumental)
Split Open and Melt
14. Buffalo Bill >
15. Makisupa Policeman (10/29/94 I - Memorial Aud. - Spartanburg, SC)
16. Cities (7/5/94 II - Congress Center - Ottawa, Ontario)

Disc 2 [56:43]:
1. PYITE (3/26/93 I - Warfield Theater - San Francisco, CA)
2. Kevin
3. Bathtub Gin > ...
4. Parking & Wristband Update
5. ... > Jam >
6. Ya Mar (8/13/93 II - Murat Theater - Indianpolis, IN)
7. Kevin
8. Inspiration from the Band
9. Funky [CENSORED] (2/19/93 II - Roxy Theater - Atlanta, GA)
10. Curtis Lowe (2/9/90 II - Chameleon Club - Lancaster, PA)
11. Kevin
12. Landlady >
13. Destiny Unbound (11/1/91 - Gothic Theater - Denver, CO)

Disc 3 [50:50]:
1. Kevin, Weather & Traffic
2. Timber Ho >
3. David Bowie // (12/30/92 I - Symphony Hall - Springfield, MA)
4. Kevin
5. Group Om
6. // David Bowie (12/30/92, continued)
7. Magilla (7/14/91 II - Townshend Family Park - Townshend, VT )
8. Kevin
9. Final Group Om
10. Tube (6/26/96 - Charleston, WV)
11. Light Up Or Leave Me Alone (5/25/88 - Nectar's - Burlington, VT)
12. Kevin
13. More Announcements
14. Trey

This was recorded from The Clifford Ball, Phish had their own radio station. This became something of a tradition for their festivals in the years to come. I am in the process of getting those as well.
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