Joined: 09 Mar 2010 Posts: 29 Location: Planet Telex
Posted: Sat Mar 20, 2010 2:02 pm Post subject: What's mine is yours
Here is what I have to share, folks. It may not be much, but what I got is pretty good. I am new to this site, so some of you wiser folks may need to school this nooblet on sharing protocol n'such.
The Rolling Stones -- Marquee Club, London 3/26/1971 (Exile tune-up?)
The Rolling Stones -- Cocksucker Blues (unreleased documentary in support of the Exile on Main Street Tour. Grainy at times, but worth it to see Keith visiting the Land of Nod during interviews after booting up. Classic!)
The Pink Floyd -- KQED Radio 1970
Neil Young & Crazy Horse -- San Francisco 11/21/86 (2 DVDs)
Neil Young --- Budokan, Japan 1976
Neil Solo Acoustic -- BBC 1971
Dire Straits -- 02/16/1979 Rockpalast, Cologne, Germany
The Rolling Stones -- Brussels Affair 10/17/1973 (Mick Taylor is The Man!)
The Rolling Stones -- Welcome to New York 7/26/1972
The Rolling Stones -- Welcome to Australia, Sydney 2/27/73
The Rolling Stones -- Ft. Worth, TX 7/18/1978
The Rolling Stones -- Out On Bail, Capitol Theater, NJ 6/14/1978 (2 discs)
Dr. Hunter S. Thompson -- University of Colorado, Boulder 1977 ("I don't need Jesus, yet. I'm gonna keep Jesus in reserve." ~ HST)
Jorma Kaukonen -- Old Waldorf, San Francisco 2/4/1978 (SBD)
David Byrne (solo acoustic) -- St. Anne and the Holy Trinity Church, Brooklyn, NY 3/24/1992 (Richard Thompson sits in for a few)
Beatles -- The White Album (Kinfauns) demos (1968) (Acoustic recordings at George's house. Grainy audio.)
Beatles -- Final Rooftop Concert
Herbie Hancock -- Minneapolis, MN 6/28/1975 (Filler: Tokyo 7/1/1975)
Elliot Smith -- 9:30 Club Washington, DC 4/17/1998
Dire Straits -- Studio-L, Cologne, Germany 2/16/1979
Leo Kottke -- The Bottom Line 4/24/1993 (Worth it for the witty banter alone, but Leo shreds here. As a witness to this show, this one gets my personal stamp of uber-approval) (2 discs)
Those three Neil's would be awesome, and nice to meet ya'. Wait for some smarter folks to reply about how to share, I suck.
Been sitting on these Brent era vid's for like 3 months. (I know, I'm working on it).
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Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2010 10:40 am Post subject:
Indeed, thank you Mr. Finchley!
As for sharing, there are several ways. I guess it would depend on the size of the files really...
In general, you can zip the folder with the show, then upload it to one of several free sites (I recommend mediafire.com because it doesn't expire, BUT, you have to break it down into packets of 100MB or less to upload for free)... then post the links here or send them in PMs to whoever requests something.
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