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PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2012 12:48 am 
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Time Out by Dave Brubeck. The whole album is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koq9ypm2 ... e=youtu.be in great vinyl audio. The video is very good also.


Thanks for the link Cal. The whole presentation makes me want to go out and buy the original lp (and cream my pants).
One day I will pad out my vinyl collection with some jazz classics like this. The sound is almost too good. 8)
There are plenty of gorgeous old jazz and classical records out their with awesome artwork that I will one day own

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1. Boogie Woogie Jockey (Jimmy Sweeney)
2. Gene Nobles' Boogie (Richard Armstrong)
3. All States Boogie (Ivory Joe Hunter)
4. Wail Daddy (Charlie Dowell & Orchestra)
5. Blues (Billie McAllister)
6. No Better For You (Gay Crosse & the Good Humor)
7. You Belong To Me (Helen Foster)
8. Too Much (Bernard Hardison)
9. If Things Don't Change (Gene Allison)
10. Love, Love, Love (Ted Jarrett)
11. Miss You So (Lillian Offitt)
12. Little Darlin' (The Gladiolas)
13. No Fool No More (Charles Walker & the Daffodils)
14. Pretty Please (The Kinglets w/Leroy Thomas)
15. She Can Rock (Little Ike)
16. I'm Coming Home (The Neptunes)
17. You Better Change (Hal & Jean)
18. Ok, So What? (Freddie North)
19. She Wears My Ring (Jimmy Bell)


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Hermeto Pascoal & United Kingdom Big Band
6th July, 2000
Barbican Hall
London, UK

Hermeto - JX80, acoustic piano, teapot, glass of water, bass flute
melodica, sanfona de 8 baixos, bicycle pump, squeaky toys, reed
Jovino Santos Neto - acoustic piano, musical director, translator

Trumpets:
Claude Deppa (high-notes)
Chris Batchelor
Noel Langley
Henry Lowther
Kevin Robinson

Trombones:
Roland Bates
Pete Beachill
Dennis Rolis
Ashley Slater
Richard Henry

Saxophones:
Iain Ballamy
Julian Arguelles
Peter King (alto)
Phil Todd (alto)
Chris Biscoe (baritone and flute)

Bass:
Michael Mondesir

Drums:
Mark Mondesir

Guitar & Violin:
Stuart Hall (UK BB director)

Percussion:
Fabio Pascoal

Program:
1st Set:
01 - Accordion - Vai um chimarrão, tchê?! (Para Borghettinho)
02 - Apresentação
03 - Hermeto speaks
04 - Obrigado mestre (dedicado ao Ronnie Scott)
05 - Bass flute solo (incl. Michelle, Brasileirinho)
06 - Reencontrando ao amigos
07 - Boiada (piano solo)
08 - Pirâmide
09 - Hermeto speaks and conducts audience choir

2nd Set:
10 - Piano solo - Round about midnight - Menina Ilza (medley)
11 - Menina Ilza (with audience, then with big band)
12 - Hermeto speaks
13 - Também somos crianças
14 - Hino da Princessa Eternal
15 - Hermeto speaks
16 - Homenagem a Londres e seu povos

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Holy hendrix batman, where the hell have you been baddy?

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Peter Gabriel
1994-07-02
Torhout, Festival
Belgium

An MMB master


Sony TCD-D7 / Awia CM-30 Microphone - transferred to PC at 44.1khz / 16 bit via M-Audio Delta 2496 sound card - Audacity - Left and Right tracks amplified - tracks split - no split for CD just like the original concert - due to an incompatability between the microphone and the recorder some of the recording sounds distorted

TRACK LISTING
01 Zaar
02 Come Talk To Me
03 Quiet Steam - Steam
04 Games Without Frontiers
05 Shaking The Tree
06 Don't Give Up
07 Solsbury Hill
08 Digging In The Dirt
09 Sledgehammer
10 Secret World
11 Red Rain
12 Biko
13 Thank You

BAND LINE UP
Peter Gabriel, vocals, piano, keyboards, tambourine
Paula Cole, vox, b/vox
Tony Levin, bass, stick, b/vox
David Rhodes, guitars, b/vox
Billy Cobham, drums, percussion
Jean Claude Naimro, keyboards, b/vox
Lucky Dube, guest vocals on IYE

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Today I cleaned up the piles of burnt cds I'm sorrounded by. Among others I found a fantastic Louris/Olson show from Chicago march 12, 2005 I'm listening to right now. Most of the songs are attended by a nice fiddle. Awesome.

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The Mill - Iowa City

August 23rd, 2007

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Picked up this used CD for 6 bucks.Sounded great,like new,now it's just ended.So I'm on to Philly`76.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2012 2:11 am 
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This above, Kapt, is a re-issue 180g vinyl I bought me in Canada....

UK (opening for Jethro Tull)
Wednesday, April 11th, 1979
Pacific Coliseum,
100 North Renfrew Street,
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Taper: GordonH
Source: Sony TC-55 using internal condenser mic > Maxell UD XL-I 90
Transfer: Master cassette > Sony TC-WE475 (Dolby off) > H/K 3500 > Creative X-Fi Soundblaster > Wavepad Master's Edition @ 48000kHz > edits, downsample, tracking > flac (8) via TLH

Setlist: 21:04
01 Carrying No Cross
02 Alaska >
03 Nothing to Lose
04 Caesar's Palace Blues
05 Bagpipes

Well, of the hundred plus cassettes made by my dad, there are three that contain unofficial live music, this being one of them. This is the one and only show taped by my dad from the crowd. He had floor seats, I believe in row 4 and to the right a bit. This was his 2nd time seeing Jethro Tull. At the very beginning of the tape you can hear security asking to see their tickets. He attempted to save tape by stopping the deck during the applause, and only brought one normal bias tape to the show. The cassette recorder used only recorded in mono and had no Dolby. I believe he was inspired to record this after buying a vinyl bootleg called Flute Cake. Most of my dad's memories towards his tapes are very faint with little details. The tape was nary played due to the sound quality, but this doesn't sound too bad all things considered. All of the songs here have cuts due to the recorder switching to playback if you turned on its side, and Jethro Tull was the reason for recording anyhow. It would have been on 'Music' mode as opposed to 'Speech,' and was purchased for keeping notes and recording phone calls. There was another taper in attendance but I'm not sure if they recorded UK or not. I believe Terry Bozzio was the drummer for this lineup of UK.

This concert took place in the Pacific Coliseum, built in 1968, which is part of the PNE or Pacific National Exhibition fairgrounds. It is not called the PNE Coliseum or the Vancouver Coliseum, as many bootlegs may suggest.

This is the best and last transfer of this tape. Please share it as it is.

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Pink Floyd

67-09-25 - Playhouse Theater, London, England
- Carlisle Radio broadcast

1. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
2. Reaction In G
3. Flaming

Band:
Syd Barrett
Roger Waters
Rick Wright
Nick Mason


PINK FLOYD - DARK SIDE OF THE PIG

Source: Soundboard recordings from 1977 Animals tour

Dates: 29 Jan 1977,Deuschlandhalle,Berlin and 01 Feb 1977,Stadthalle,Vienna.
(unfortunately, no info on which tracks are from which shows)

Tracks:
1 Sheep
2 Dogs
3 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. 7-9)
4 Money
5 Us and Them

Band:
Roger Waters
Rick Wright
Nick Mason
David Gilmour

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Rush - Headlong Flight (2012)
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disc 2 What a great live LZ show!


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