MARK KNOPFLER AND EMMYLOU HARRIS - VERONA 2006

December 28, 2012 – 4:42 am

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MARK KNOPFLER AND EMMYLOU HARRIS
Verona 2006 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Arena di Verona, Verona, Italy; June 3, 2006. Excellent FM broadcast.

Thanks to scarecrowjo who recorded and shared this show at Dime in 2006.

Note posted at www.oneverybootleg.nl/030606sb.htm:

The first soundboard recording from the All The Roadrunning tour 2006, recorded at the beautiful arena of Verona. A large part of this show is also available on DVD: Verona 2006. The show was broadcast in two parts (21st and 28th August 2006) on German NDR radio. Initially, the Hamburg 2006 show would be broadcast, but due to technical problems, this recording failed and the radio station got permission to record and broadcast the Verona concert instead. So here it is; great quality, very good versions.

Thanks also to Nico for the artwork; and to Guy Fletcher for the Verona arena shot.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Right Now (Mark Knopfler) 4.44 (7.7MB)
Track 102. Red Staggerwing (Mark Knopfler) 4.46 (7.9MB)
Track 103. Michelangelo (Emmylou Harris) 5.21 (9.3MB)
Track 104. I Dug Up A Diamond (Emmylou Harris) 4.07 (6.9MB)
Track 105. Born To Run (Kennerly/Harris) 3.49 (6.4MB)
Track 106. Red Dirt Girl (Emmylou Harris) 4.25 (8.5MB)
Track 107. band introduction (4.7MB)
Track 108. Done With Bonaparte (Mark Knopfler) 5.08 (8.4MB)
Track 109. Romeo & Juliet (Mark Knopfler) 9.08 (15.1MB)
Track 110. Sonny Liston (Mark Knopfler) 7.02 (11.7MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Belle Star (Emmylou Harris) 3.33 (6.2MB)
Track 202. This Is Us (Mark Knopfler) 5.36 (9.1MB)
Track 203. Boulder To Birmingham (Harris/Danoff) 3.40 (6.4MB)
Track 204. All The Roadrunning (Mark Knopfler) 4.52 (8.3MB)
Track 205. Speedway To Nazareth (Mark Knopfler) 6.55 (12.7MB)
Track 206. If This Is Goodbye (Mark Knopfler) 4.49 (8.2MB)
Track 207. So Far Away (Mark Knopfler) 4.26 (7.5MB)
Track 208. Our Shangri-La (Mark Knopfler) 7.20 (13.2MB)
Track 209. Why Worry (Mark Knopfler) 3.54 (6.7MB)

Lineup:
Mark Knopfler - vocals, guitar
Emmylou Harris - vocals, acoustic guitar
Guy Fletcher - keyboards
Richard Bennett - guitar/bouzouki
Glenn Worf - bass
Danny Cummings - drums
Matt Rollings - keyboards/accordion
Stuart Duncan - fiddle/mandolin

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IRON BUTTERFLY - REDONDO BEACH 1995 (LEE DORMAN R.I.P. 1942-2012)

December 27, 2012 – 4:16 am

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IRON BUTTERFLY
Redondo Beach 1995 [no label, 1CD]

Live at The Strand, Redondo Beach, CA; April 25, 1995. Very good to excellent audience recording?

Lest we forget… Over the years, Iron Butterfly have gone through many lineup changes and 2012 is a particularly painful year for the band and fans of the group, which is bookended by deaths. Former guitarist Larry “Rhino” Reinhardt died on January 2, 2012, at the age of 63, due to cirrhosis of the liver; and bassist Lee Dorman, who had a history of heart trouble, died on December 21, 2012, at the age of 70.

This is one of those gigs at a time when original vocalist Doug Ingle was back with the group.

Thanks to ijwthstd for sharing the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

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Track 01. Intro (1.3MB)
Track 02. Are You Happy? (5.6MB)
Track 03. Unconscious Power (3.7MB)
Track 04. Flowers And Beads (4.3MB)
Track 05. Silent Scream (8.9MB)
Track 06. Stone Believer (7.2MB)
Track 07. Crazy Horse (7.8MB)
Track 08. Butterfly Bleu (18.0MB)
Track 09. Easy Rider (Let The Wind Pay The Way) (6.8MB)
Track 10. Keyboard solo/band introductions (9.2MB)
Track 11. Get The Feeling (5.7MB)
Track 12. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (26.2MB)
Track 13. Iron Butterfly Theme (10.3MB)

Lineup:
Doug Ingle – vocals, organ
Lee Dorman – bass, backing vocals
Doug Bossey – guitar
Derek Hilland – keyboards, backing vocals
Ron Bushy – drums, percussion

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RENAISSANCE - LANCASTER, PA 1978 (MICHAEL DUNFORD R.I.P. 1944-2012)

December 26, 2012 – 4:23 am

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RENAISSANCE
Lancaster, PA 1978 [no label, 1CD]

Live at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA; December 4, 1978. Excellent BBC PreFM (soundboard).

On November 20, 2012, Michael Dunford, one of the founding members of English prog rock group Renaissance, died from a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 68.

Thanks to glasnostrd19 for sharing this show on Dime in memory of the composer and guitarist.

This is what glasnostrd19 noted:

I’ve reseeded a few Renaissance shows lately to pay tribute to the recently passed Michael Dunford, and other than a 1978 BBC show from London, UK (which has been officially released on CD), this is probably the nicest one I have, between sound and music quality, that isn’t already on this tracker.

Since Christmas is the most celebrated holiday of the year around the world, I wanted to share the best recording I have (so far, that may change soon, let’s hope…) of the best female singer I’ve ever heard. This was recorded during the “Song For All Seasons” tour which was very enjoyable. Don’t recall who first seeded this nice gem, but it was last posted in 2010 and definitely deserves another whirl here on Dime so here it is.

Thanks also to steve23yh for the artwork, posted at bootlegzone.

Lineage:
BBC PreFM RR > MC > CDR > Dime download (FLAC) > CD >
CD extractor (wav) > FLAC (sb’s aligned)

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Track 01. Intro Music (O Fortuna) 0:57 (1.5MB)
Track 02. Can You Hear Me? 15:34 (24.9MB)
Track 03. Carpet Of The Sun 4:54 (7.8MB)
Track 04. Opening Out 4:23 (7.0MB)
Track 05. The Day Of The Dreamer 11:00 (17.6MB)
Track 06. Midas Man 5:14 (8.4MB)
Track 07. Northern Lights 4:06 (6.5MB)
Track 08. Prologue 7:14 (11.5MB)

Lineup:
Annie Haslam - lead vocals
Jon Camp - bass, vocals
John Tout - piano
Michael Dunford - guitar
Terrance Sullivan - drums

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BRIAN SETZER ORCHESTRA - ALLEN, TX 2012

December 25, 2012 – 4:51 am

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BRIAN SETZER ORCHESTRA
Christmas Rocks! Extravaganza
Allen, TX 2012 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Allen Event Center, Allen, TX; December 16, 2012. Very good to excellent audience recording.

Here’s to a rockin’ rockabilly Christmas.

The Los Angeles Times calls it “a wildly eclectic party… featuring a rocked-up compendium of classic cuts from several eras in decades past, plus a sprinkling of Christmas standards tricked out in appropriately swingin’ settings… delivered with a punky verve whose sheer joy is nigh irresistible.”

Thanks to Whotapes, who recorded the show and shared it at Dime.

Whotapes noted:

Excellent show by the Brian Setzer Orchestra. I always enjoy these Chrstmas shows he does. I am very happy with how this recording came out. The lady on my right was a bit of a Whohoo screamer but mostly between the songs so not too distracting. I cut some of the Intro music (Burning Love) and Outro (Little Saint Nick) to keep in Dimes policy but it does not cut any of his music, just a very small bit of talking.

Source:
SP Core Mics > Battery box with Bass Rolloff at 16Hz >
Zoom H4n 16 bit 44.1htz > HDD > Goldwave to split the file >
traders little helper flac level 7
Recorded from 6th row on the floor dead center

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Disc 1
Track 101. Dig That Crazy Santa Claus (4.4MB)
Track 102 Sleigh Ride (4.0MB)
Track 103. ‘49 Mercury Blues (5.1MB)
Track 104. This Cat’s On A Hot Tin Roof (6.9MB)
Track 105. Boogie Woogie Santa Claus (12.8MB)
Track 106. (She’s) Sexy + 17 (8.6MB)
Track 107. Stray Cat Strut (2.8MB)
Track 108. You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch (3.2MB)
Track 109. Drive Like Lightning (Crash Like Thunder) (10.9MB)
Track 110. Honey Man (4.9MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Angels We Have Heard On High (6.6MB)
Track 202. Jump, Jive an’ Wail (11.6MB)
Track 203. Run Rudolph Run (9.6MB)
Track 204. Jingle Bell Rock (3.6MB)
Track 205. Blue Christmas (5.9MB)
Track 206. Fishnet Stockings (14.2MB)
Track 207. Rock This Town (13.8MB)
Track 208. The Nutcracker Suite (10.3MB)
Track 209. Gettin’ In The Mood (For Christmas) (4.7MB)
Track 210. Jingle Bells (5.0MB)

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THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: THE ROLLING STONES - NOV 25, 2012 (IEM-SOUNDBOARD/AUD MATRIX)

December 24, 2012 – 5:12 am

GUITAR MAN RUSSELL “SKIP” GILDERSLEEVE R.I.P.

Russell “Skip” Gildersleeve has passed away on September 17, 2013. He was 57. Among musicians, Skip was the guitar tech who had worked with Bob Seger, Rush and Steely Dan, among others. As a music fan, Skip had even reached out to other fans across the sea, generously offering music either for sharing or for personal listening (in instances where sharing was not possible). As a result, BigO readers benefiited whenever there was an Evil Dr Louie or Lincoln Park Mark offering to be shared - that’s Skip giving props to a place he loved.

We shall miss you Skip.

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THE ROLLING STONES
Everybody, Rattle Your Jewelry [The Godfather Records G.R. 830/831, 2CD]

Live at the 02 Arena, London, UK; November 25, 2012. IEM (in ear monitor - soundboard)/AUD Matrix. Excellent audio.

An audience recording of this show was previously shared here.

This is an audio upgrade, a soundboard-audience matrix, just out from Godfather Records. And it sounds great.

Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Video Screens Intro (5.4MB)
Track 102. Show Intro (7.3MB)
Track 103. I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles cover) (5.4MB)
Track 104. Get Off Of My Cloud (6.0MB)
Track 105. It’s All Over Now (The Valentinos cover) (7.2MB)
Track 106. Paint It Black (8.1MB)
Track 107. Gimme Shelter (with Mary J Blige) (12.8MB)
Track 108. Wild Horses (8.4MB)
Track 109. All Down The Line (9.1MB)
Track 110. I’m Going Down (with Jeff Beck) (11.9MB)
Track 111. Out Of Control (12.0MB)
Track 112. One More Shot (5.9MB)
Track 113. Doom And Gloom (8.7MB)
Track 114. It’s Only Rock’n Roll (But I Like It) (with Bill Wyman) (7.9MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Honky Tonk Women (with Bill Wyman) (7.5MB)
Track 202. Band Introductions (5.0MB)
Track 203. Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards on lead vocals) (7.4MB)
Track 204. Happy (Keith Richards on lead vocals) (6.5MB)
Track 205. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor) (20.8MB)
Track 206. Miss You (12.0MB)
Track 207. Start Me Up (7.1MB)
Track 208. Tumbling Dice (7.6MB)
Track 209. Brown Sugar (10.5MB)
Track 210. Sympathy For The Devil (16.2MB)
Encore:
Track 211. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with London Youth Choir) (13.9MB)
Track 212. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (11.1MB)

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THE ROLLING STONES - NOV 29, 2012 (IEM-SOUNDBOARD/AUD MATRIX)

December 23, 2012 – 7:05 am

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THE ROLLING STONES
Champagne, Reefer And A Red Headed Woman [The Godfather Records G.R. 832/833, 2CD]

Live at the 02 Arena, London, UK; November 29, 2012. IEM (in ear monitor - soundboard)/AUD Matrix. Excellent audio.

An audience recording of this show was previously shared here.

This is an audio upgrade, a soundboard-audience matrix, just out from Godfather Records. And it sounds great.

Thanks to Andrea82 who shared the tracks at Dime and to AMMMMM for the artwork.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Video screens intro (7.5MB)
Track 102. Show intro (7.4MB)
Track 103. Get Off Of My Cloud (5.6MB)
Track 104.  Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles cover) (6.8MB)
Track 105. The Last Time [first live performance since July 18, 1998] (6.7MB)
Track 106. Paint it Black (8.1MB)
Track 107. Gimme Shelter (with Florence Welch) (12.0MB)
Track 108. Lady Jane (6.7MB)
Track 109. Champagne & Reefer (Muddy Waters cover; with Eric Clapton) (10.3MB)
Track 110. Live With Me (7.2MB)
Track 111. Miss You (11.2MB)
Track 112. One More Shot (6.1MB)
Track 113. Doom and Gloom (7.7MB)
Track 114. It’s Only Rock’n'Roll (But I Like It) (with Bill Wyman) (8.4MB)
Track 115. Honky Tonk Women (with Bill Wyman) (7.4MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Band introductions (5.3MB)
Track 202. Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards on lead vocals) (7.4MB)
Track 203. Happy (Keith Richards on lead vocals) (6.7MB)
Track 204. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor) (19.3MB)
Track 205. Start Me Up (6.9MB)
Track 206. Tumbling Dice (7.9MB)
Track 207. Brown Sugar (9.4MB)
Track 208. Sympathy For The Devil (14.8MB)
Track 209. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with the London Youth Choir) (13.9MB)
Track 210. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (8.1MB)
Track 211. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (12.3MB)

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DICK DALE - SAN LUIS OBISPO 2012

December 23, 2012 – 4:36 am

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DICK DALE
San Luis Obispo 2012 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the SLO Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo, CA; November 20, 2012. Very good to excellent audience recording.

Nothing like the sound of a biting surf guitar first thing in the morning…

Thanks to OldNeumanntapr who taped the show and to Klingklang, who shared the tracks at The Traders’ Den.

Klingklang noted: “First night of the west coast November-December 2012 tour. A huge thank you to OldNeumanntapr for sharing his amazing recording. All I did was EAC the cdr I received, created fades at the beginning and end, then FLAC’d and tagged. Just to mention, ‘The Eliminator’ fades in and there is a brief tape dropout in ‘House Of The Rising Sun’.”

OldNeumanntapr commented: “I was really glad that Klingklang could upload this one for me and I was pleased with how this show turned out. I have been fortunate to see (and record) Dick five times since 1995… My dad used to tell me stories about Dick Dale. He first saw him (with the Deltones) at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa in ‘61, and also at Harmony Park in Anaheim. I really wish some of those early shows had been recorded. Dick is 75 years old now but can still shred on stage!”

And for those who need to ask… this is what Patrick S. Pemberton wrote at sanluisobispo.com:

Dick Dale, the eccentric King of Surf Guitar… known for his blistering double-picking staccato playing – and revitalized by director Quentin Tarantino…

Dale - who inspired fellow left-handed guitarist Jimi Hendrix - was known for a fervent style that melted picks and snapped up to three strings per song. Though known largely for instrumentals like “The Wedge” and “Pipeline, ” Dale occasionally sang with a raspy, soulful voice. Dale’s experiments with reverb initially were intended to add effects to his voice. But his decision to add reverb to his guitar was a breakthrough. Wanting to push the limits of volume, he also worked with Leo Fender to create bigger, louder amps and signature guitars…

“Pulp Fiction,” the hip noir crime flick, brought Dale’s music back to the limelight in 1994. Screenwriter Quentin Tarantino, whose writing is often inspired by music, has said that he thinks surf songs sound like spaghetti western music. After hearing “Miserlou” live, Dale said, Tarantino approached him in his dressing room, saying he wanted to build his next movie around it.

Source:
Neumann AK-40’s (x/y) > LC3 > KM-100’s > Beyer MV-100 > SBM-1 > TCD-D8
Transfer: Tascam DA-P1 > coax > HHb CDR 800 PRO > CDR > EAC > Audacity (fades) > TLH [flac level 8]
Location: 10′ from stage, center right

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Track 01. The Eliminator (6.9MB)
Track 02. Ring Of Fire (4.1MB)
Track 03. Nitro (2.7MB)
Track 04. Peter Gunn (3.1MB)
Track 05. Taco Wagon (4.2MB)
Track 06. Baby Left Me* (7.8MB)
Track 07. They Call My Baby Patty But Her Real Name Is Linda Lou/House Of The Rising Sun (9.0MB)
Track 08. Let’s Go Trippin’** (4.0MB)
Track 09. Mr Peppermint Man/Shake And Stomp (3.6MB)
Track 10. Pipeline (2.4MB)
Track 11. Ghost Riders In The Sky (4.6MB)
Track 12. Rumble (5.1MB)
Track 13. Esperanza (4.3MB)
Track 14. What’d I Say/Summertime Blues/California Sun (5.8MB)
Track 15. Hey Bo Diddley/Surfing Drums*** (12.4MB)
Track 16. Amazing Grace (5.4MB)
Track 17. Misirlou (8.5MB)

* Dick on harmonica
** First few notes of ‘Fever’ were played before ‘Let’s Go Trippin’
*** Dick also plays drums and bass

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MILES DAVIS - TOKYO 1975 (CD 5 and 6)

December 22, 2012 – 6:16 pm

 

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MILES DAVIS
Tokyo 1975 [YSP 0606001, 6CD - CD 5 and 6]

Live at the Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall, Tokyo, Japan; January 23, February 7, February 8, 1975. From the Three Shows boot; good to fairly good audience recording.

A week or so after these Tokyo shows, Miles Davis was in Osaka and the Osaka shows were recorded and released as Agharta and Pangaea. Some consider Agharta a high point of the electric Miles.

These shows came from the Three Shows boot:
CD 1 and 2 - January 23, 1975
CD 3 and 4 - February 7, 1975
CD 5 and 6 - February 8, 9175

Thanks to TheBlueLady for sharing the tracks at HungerCity.

Thanks to frikiepalo for additional artwork.

This is a nice companion piece to the Another Unity release (click here).

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February 8, 1975
Disc 5
Track 501. Calypso Frelimo (M. Davis) 21:05 (28.9MB)
Track 502. Ife (M. Davis) 11:45 (16.1MB)
Track 503. For Dave (M. Davis) [Mr. Foster] 11:36 (15.9MB)

Disc 6
Track 601. Turnaroundphrase (M. Davis) 12:28 (17.1MB)
Track 602. Tune in 5 (M. Davis) 6:19 (8.7MB)
Track 603. Maiysha (M. Davis) 34:14 (47.0MB)

Lineup:
Miles Davis - trumpet, organ
Sonny Fortune - alto & soprano sax, flute
Pete Cosey - guitar, synthesizer, kalimba, table percussion
Reggie Lucas - guitar
Michael Henderson - bass
James “Mtume” Heath (aka Foreman) - percussion, rhythm box
Al Foster - drums

 

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VARIOUS - WARREN HAYNES’ CHRISTMAS PRE-JAM 2012

December 21, 2012 – 4:37 am

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VARIOUS
Warren Haynes’ Christmas Pre-Jam [no label, 5CD]

Live at The Orange Peel, Asheville, North Carolina; December 14, 2012. Good to very good FM broadcast, slight broadcast hiss.

“At this festive season of the year, Mr. Scrooge,” said the gentleman, taking up a pen, “it is more than usually desirable that we should make some slight provision for the Poor and Destitute, who suffer greatly at the present time.  Many thousands are in want of common necessaries; hundreds of thousands are in want of common comforts, sir.”
- Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol

The Concert for Sandy Relief on December 12 was so massive and generated so much publicity that other benefits were certainly dwarfed by it, including the annual Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam [Haynes is a founding member of jam band Gov’t Mule], in aid of the Habitat For Humanity. Hopefully readers will take time to listen to some/all of these tracks and even contribute to this benefit.

Thanks to DooDee who recorded the show and shared it on Dime.

This is what DooDee noted:

This post is all about freely sharing some great music, spreading the vibe of these bands, increasing sales of their goods and attendance at their shows, promoting the great work of Habitat For Humanity and having a little fun.

The Warren Haynes’ Christmas Jam, an annual benefit for Habitat For Humanity, celebrates its 24th year in Asheville, NC in 2012. This is an incredible annual event where an amazing list of musicians donate their time to participate - all proceeds go straight to the cause. Warren always manages to bring a great group of musicians together for an even greater cause.

Warren stages a shorter pre-jam before the real jam the next night at the Civic Center. Now short is a relative term meaning different things to different individuals. Here’s Warren’s definition - about 40 songs clocking in at just under four and a half hours…

One of the highlights of this event for me each year is the cool cover songs. Among the artists covered this year - Pearl Jam, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, CSNY and Bob Marley.

This is an FM with some minimal fuzzies here and there (we’re still using the barbed wire surrounding our pastures, tractor parts and coffee cans to jump the FM up to the house out here in the country) but these are mostly unnoticeable during the musical portions…

As has become a holiday tradition, here’s one for y’all to enjoy. [Note: Readers can also make a donation here.]

Thanks also to CrazyMama for the artwork.

Source:
WNCW FM > Edirol R09HR > Audacity > FLAC

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Disc 1
Warren Haynes:
Track 101. Intro (2.0MB)
Track 102. Black (6.5MB)
Track 103. Tuning (3.3MB)
Track 104. Give Me Love (6.4MB)

The Lee Boys:
Track 105. Warren Talk (8.9MB)
Track 106. Going To Glory (9.6MB)
Track 107. I’m Not Tired (9.9MB)
Track 108. Shaky Ground (7.7MB)
Track 109. Testify (7.9MB)
Track 110. Voodoo Child (5.4MB)

Disc 2
The Revivalists:
Track 201. Intro (3.5MB)
Track 202. Concrete (8.0MB)
Track 203. All In The Family (6.9MB)
Track 204. Common Cents (with Roosevelt Collier) (10.8MB)
Track 205. Madison Square (5.7MB)
Track 206. Criminal (7.3MB)
Track 207. Soul Fight (with Warren Haynes) (14.0MB)
Track 208. Catching Fireflies (with Warren Haynes) (13.2MB)

Disc 3
Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue:
Track 301. The Craziest Things (6.3MB)
Track 302. Buckjump (6.4MB)
Track 303. Mrs Orleans (7.4MB)
Track 304. Hurricane Season (5.8MB)
Track 305. Dumaine St (8.8MB)
Track 306. St James Infirmary (12.4MB)
Track 307. When The Saints Go Marching In (10.7MB)
Track 308. Do To Me (with Warren Haynes) (12.0MB)

Disc 4
Anders Osborne with Terrence Higgins and Ron Johnson:
Track 401. Burning On The inside (with Ike Stubblefield) (19.7MB)
Track 402. Black Tar (with Ike Stubblefield and Mike Barnes) (12.2MB)
Track 403. Spanish Moon (with Ike Stubblefield and Audley Freed) (12.0MB)
Track 404. When I Paint My Masterpiece (with Audley Freed, Roosevelt Collier and Nigel Hall) (12.3MB)
Track 405. Ohio (10.5MB)
Track 406. Get Up Stand Up (1.4MB)
Track 407. Ohio (with Audley Freed, Warren Haynes, Nigel Hall and Ike Stubblefield) (6.0MB)

Warren Haynes Band:
Track 501. WHB Intro (4.1MB)
Track 502. Instrumental (3.6MB)
Track 503. Sick Of My Shadow (12.6MB)
Track 504. Rivers Gonna Rise (11.9MB)
Track 505. From A Whisper To A Scream (9.6MB)
Track 506. Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home (with Mike Barnes, Kyle Hollingsworth and Michael Travis) (14.6MB)
Track 507. Don’t Change Horses/Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home (with Mike Barnes, Kyle Hollingsworth and Michael Travis) (6.4MB)
Encore
Track 508. WHB Intro (2.6MB)
Track 509. Instrumental intro (5.0MB)
Track 510. Tear Me Down (12.3MB)

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THE RASCALS - PORT CHESTER 2012

December 20, 2012 – 2:12 pm

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THE RASCALS
Port Chester 2012 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY; December 15, 2012. Very good audience recording.

In September the group announced that The Rascals’ original lineup of Felix Cavaliere, Gene Cornish, Eddie Brigati and Dino Danelli would reunite for their first public performances in over 40 years with “Once Upon A Dream,” a combination concert/theatrical event produced and directed by Steven Van Zandt and lighting/projection wizard Marc Brickman. In addition to the concert experience, the history of The Rascals, and the history of the ‘60’s through their music, will be dramaticized by a combination of narration, filmed scenes of actors acting out key moments in the band’s history, news footage, and archival footage of the band.

Thanks to the person who recorded the show and to davmar77 who shared it at Dime.

This is what Dave wrote:

Here’s an extra special treat. The original lineup of the rascals. Aside from a one off benefit show done in a small club a couple of years back [Tribeca Grill, New York, April 24, 2010], the group performed this past weekend at the new reopened Capitol Theater in Port Chester, NY with three shows for the first time in 40 years. Another three are scheduled for this coming weekend. I wasn’t able to make this one unfortunately but a good friend did so we can thank him for bringing this great show to us all.

They do all of the songs you’d want to hear and more. From what I understand and can hear on the recording, the show is broken up with pre-recorded film comments and live onstage talking about the old days. None of the pre-recorded material is officially released and was put together just for these concerts.

Jon Pareles of The New York Times wrote:

“Once Upon a Dream” tells the happy part of the [Rascals] story, with nuggets like turning down the chance to be produced by Phil Spector, and being skeptical about spoken words in pop songs - long before hip-hop - when recording “I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore,” which had spoken verses, in 1964.

But the narrative sensibly makes way for the music, and while the band is augmented by a few backup singers and musicians, the Rascals don’t hide behind them. Mr. Cornish’s guitar retains its garage-rock aggression, though he also tossed off jazzy chords and, in “Sueño,” flamenco lines. Mr. Danelli’s beats sound heftier through modern equipment, and Mr. Cavaliere’s voice is still exultant. Mr. Brigati had to strain at times, but even then, the songs carried him toward standing ovations.

The show doesn’t dwell on why the Rascals fractured for 40 years; it leaves the on-screen actors to mention drugs, lawsuits and unhelpful management. “Once Upon a Dream” is ’60s nostalgia with a wistful smile and the Rascals’ perpetually upbeat messages. Its finale is “See,” the title song from a 1969 Rascals album, with a big soul backbeat and a twangy guitar riff as the band sings, “Things ain’t like they used to be/Love’s the only thing I see.”

Source:
Tascam DR-07 portable digital recorder (24 bit) with built-in mics.
Transferred (16 bit) in real time to CDR on a Sony CDRW-33 standalone burner > EAC > Wave > traders little helper > flac

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Disc 1
Track 101. (Dialogue) (1.7MB)
Track 102. It’s Wonderful (3.8MB)
Track 103. I’ve Been Lonely Too Long (4.6MB)
Track 104. What Is The Reason (3.4MB)
Track 105. (Dialogue) (1.8MB)
Track 106. You Better Run (4.8MB)
Track 107. (Dialogue) (1.5MB)
Track 108. Carry Me Back (4.0MB)
Track 109. (Dialogue) (3.5MB)
Track 110. Slow Down (6.7MB)
Track 111. (Dialogue) (774k)
Track 112. Mickeys Monkey/(Dialogue)/Turn on Your Lovelight/Mickey’s Monkey reprise (6.6MB)
Track 113. (Dialogue) (1.1MB)
Track 114. Come On Up (5.3MB)
Track 115. (Dialogue) (1.9MB)
Track 116. Baby Let’s Wait (4.9MB)
Track 117. (Dialogue) (1.5MB)
Track 118. Too Many Fish In the Sea (3.6MB)
Track 119. (Dialogue) (1.2MB)
Track 120. If You Knew If I Knew You (1.5MB)
Track 121. Hold On (5.1MB)
Track 122. (Dialogue) (2.0MB)
Track 123. I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore (4.4MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. (Dialogue)/Good Lovin’ (4.2MB)
Track 202. (Dialogue) (1.0MB)
Track 203. Love Is A Beautiful Thing (4.0MB)
Track 204. Groovin’ (4.4MB)
Track 205. Do You Feel It (5.0MB)
Track 206. (Dialogue) (991k)
Track 207. Away, Away (4.8MB)
Track 208. It’s A Beautiful Morning (4.3MB)
Track 209. Sueno (4.1MB)
Track 210. Find Somebody (6.3MB)
Track 211. A Girl Like You (4.9MB)
Track 212. (Dialogue) (1.5MB)
Track 213. It’s Love (4.4MB)
Track 214. How Can I Be Sure (5.4MB)
Track 215. (Dialogue) (1.1MB)
Track 216. People Got To Be Free/(Dialogue) (4.5MB)
Track 217. Heaven (6.7MB)
Track 218. (Dialogue) (3.5MB)
Track 219. A Ray Of Hope (5.2MB)
Track 220. (Dialogue) (2.0MB)
Track 221. People Got To Be Free (reprise) (1.3MB)
Track 222. (Thanks to the producers, etc) (2.6MB)
Track 223. See (8.1MB)

The band:
Eddie Brigati - vocals
Felix Cavaliere - keyboard, vocals
Gene Cornish - guitar
Dino Danelli - drums

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