CRUISIN’ WITH GRUSIN

May 14, 2012 – 4:22 am

Dave delights with Leonard’s showtunes.

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DAVE GRUSIN
Grusin Does Bernstein [no label, 2CD]

Live at Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, CA, Sept 19, 1997. Ex FM stereo.

The decade before the world saw the economy tumble and the Naughties brought on storm clouds were happier times. The Monterey Jazz Festival sprung back to life in 1997 to celebrate its 40th anniversary. One of the most delightful moments at the festival was Dave Grusin’s premiere of the release of his album “Dave Grusin Presents West Side Story”.

“It’s funny how this all came together, Monterey’s 40th, the ‘West Side Story’ 40th, almost in a symbiotic fashion,” was how Grusin remarked of the concert then. He had restarted a new record label with N2K and West Side Story was a major release for them. Grusin and Larry Rosen had previously established the GRP (Grusin-Rosen Productions) Record Company but had sold it off for a nice profit.

Grusin was enthusiastic about this show. “Since there were basically two 40th anniversaries, it made a lot of sense to combine them. And we’re going to have a hot band at Monterey - guys from both New York and LA, including Eric Marienthal, Bill Evans, Tom Scott, Jeff Clayton and Arturo Sandoval, with Patti Austin and Jonathan Butler doing the vocals.”

From his continuous onstage patter, you can tell Grusin was proud to have fathered this project. The performances are all solid, veering close to the original recording which is the way showtunes are appreciated. Not a beat out of step.

The show opened with West Side Story’s Something’s Coming. If only he had a crystal ball then, because now we’re all stuck in the Middle East. Meanwhile, enjoy this beautiful show. “I feel pretty, I feel pretty….”
- Professor Red

Thanks to the person who shared this show on Dime.

Picture of Dave Grusin by Elliot Marks, posted at jazztimes.com - thanks!

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Disc 1
Track 101. Introduction (917k)
Track 102. Prologue (12.0MB)
Track 103. Grusin’s announcements and Something’s Coming (13.9MB)
Track 104. Grusin’s announcements (5.2MB)
Track 105. The Jet Song [solos by Ronnie Cuber and George Young] (12.9MB)
Track 106. Grusin introduces Jonathan Butler and Maria (10.5MB)
Track 107. Grusin introduces the band and Cool (17.1MB)
Track 108. Grusin introduces Patti Austin (2.2MB)
Track 109. Tonight (6.9MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Grusin’s announcements and I Feel Pretty Pt 1 (8.0MB)
Track 202. I Feel Pretty [continued] (4.9MB)
Track 203. Grusin’s announcements (1.9MB)
Track 204. One Hand, One Heart (7.8MB)
Track 205. Radio announcer and Grusin’s announcements (2.9MB)
Track 206. Somewhere (7.9MB)
Track 207. Grusin’s announcements and America (16.6MB)
Track 208. Grusin’s announcements (1.1MB)

Lineup:
Dave Grusin - conductor, piano
Greg Gisbert, Wayne Bergeron, Byron Stripling, Charlie Davis, Arturo Sandoval - trumpets
Dave Taylor - bass, trombone
Jim Pugh, Keith O’Quinn - trombones
John Clark, Bob Carlisle - french horn
Patti Austin, Jonathan Butler - vocals
Bill Evans - tenor and soprano sax
Eric Marienthal - alto sax, flute
Ernie Watts - tenor sax
George Young - piccolo, flute
Jeff Clayton - oboe
Jack Nimitz - clarinet, bass sax
Tom Scott - alto sax
Ronnie Cuber - baritone sax
Lee Ritenour - guitar
Dave Carpenter - bass
Larry Williams - keyboards
Dave Weckl - drums
Alex Acuna - perc

This is the album released in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the Leonard Bernstein musical that premiered at New York’s Winter Garden Theatre, Sept 26, 1957. “Dave Grusin Presents West Side Story” arrived as a CD and DVD with a 5.1 surround mix. The CD featured the same musicians but had singers Gloria Estefan, Jonathan Butler and Jon Secada. While the DVD is hard-to-find, you can buy the CD here.

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JANIS JOPLIN - SAN FRANCISCO 1963

May 13, 2012 – 6:16 am

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JANIS JOPLIN
San Francisco 1963 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the California Coffee Gallery, San Francisco, CA; 1963. “Excellent SBD recording for the era.”

These tracks just surfaced and it’s thanks to kneesfudd for sharing them on Dime.

“Center Of The Universe”, Mr JohnK himself, has issued the ultimatum. Share before everyone who gives a damn is dead or can’t hear anymore.

kneesfudd also noted the following:

Warts: ALMOST NONE. I missed some dropouts and there are some non-removable ones. Occasional very tiny clicks in left channel.
Lower generation, better quality, clearer and less distorted than what circulates on “Blow All My Blues Away” and as “1962-08-10″.
Circulates as late 1962, early 1963 and 1962-08-10, but this version is simply labeled “1963″.
For a finer listening experience turn up the bass!

Thanks to the original taper & traders!.. This one was a lot of work. The reel had clearly been played quite a bit before it was digitised, but fortunately the signal on one side or the other was mostly intact and the highs were/are there. Anyway, the multitude of dropouts (that I noticed) were almost ALL seamlessly patched. This is one for the listening archives for sure. Was the TDK SA-XG 90 the heaviest cassette ever made? Sure feels like it. It’s about three times the weight of a Maxell XLII-90. A great early set from one of the voices of the last century. Cool it came from a SUPER HEAVY cassette.

Recording Information:
unknown mono reel-to-reel recorder > master mono reel-to-reel > DAT x1or2 generations > 1st(*) analog generation TDK SA-XG 90 cassette, Dolby off. (* call it what you will).

Playback 2012-05-01:
1st(*) generation TDK SA-XG 90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B on, azimuth & pitch adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized > Tascam CD-RW900SL pro CD recorder > CD-RW > computer, EAC secure > wavs > Audacity (normalisation to remove DC offset, fades &/or glitches, dropouts, volume adjustments, no EQ) > CD Wave (track splits) > Trader’s Little Helper > yer ears. This one set a new mastering record for hours of work as it had a COMPLETE 2nd overhaul - hence the re-seed delay. However it is a better gem now & worth the wait. First uploaded week of 2012-05-11.

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Track 01. Leaving’ This Morning (KC Blues) (3.2MB)
Track 02. Daddy, Daddy, Daddy (4.9MB)
Track 03. Careless Love (6.0MB)
Track 04. Bourgeois Blues (4.5MB)
Track 05. Black Mountain Blues (5.1MB)
Track 06. Gospel Ship (2.8MB)
Track 07. Stealin’ (3.2MB)
Total Time: 18:46

Line-up (unconfirmed - my tape had musician information added later from another source):
Janis Joplin - vocals
Larry Hanks - acoustic guitar, vocals
Billy Roberts - acoustic guitar, banjo, vocals, harmonica
OR possibly: Roger Perkins - acoustic guitar and vocals instead of Roberts

Janis Joplin’s Live At The Carousel Balloom 1968 was released in March 2012. Click here to order the album.

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LED ZEPPELIN II - THE EEKLAIR MIX

May 12, 2012 – 8:25 pm

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LED ZEPPELIN
Led Zeppelin II Sampler - Eeklair Multitrack Mixes [no label, 1CD]

Excellent soundboard.

In January 2012, Empress Valley put out a four-CD set, The Making Of Led Zeppelin II. There are four songs - Whole Lotta Love, Heartbreaker, Ramble On, and What Is And What Should Never Be - one on each disc. And each disc has eight isolated tracks - from the multitrack master - featuring vocals, guitars, drums, bass and percussion.

It is likely Eeklair took a set of the multitracks and remixed them into this sampler.

This is what Eeklair noted:

Well, I’m throwing my hat into the ring. I think I would make a good steward of the Led Zeppelin Multitracks because…

bear in mind, the effects used such as delay and reverb are modern sounding. NO HISS REDUCTION was applied to these results…

Hope you like it Jimmy, it’s for you.

Eeklair also added:

I only have the four tunes, it’s up to whomsoever leaked the multitracks to deliver us anything more… It’s a labour of love, and I’m only too enthused to mix the stuff… Maybe soon Jimmy will unleash the rest of the album…

Thanks to Eeklair for the efforts and for sharing the tracks on Demonoid.

This is what music fan tmtomh commented at Demonoid:

Thanks for this - you clearly put a lot of hard work into it. Whole Lotta Love and WIAWSNB sound great - the full ending in WLL is really terrific. The album edit version of Heartbreaker, though, sounds just a little dull and rolled off, and both versions of Heartbreaker seem to have strange volume fluctuations around 0:45. Did you run into any particular challenges or difficulty when working with this track?

Another fan, iliketorock, posted:

Could you turn the BASS UP about 12db? I want break the windows out… Just finished the whole thing, Heartbreaker and no Living Loving Maid…WOW. RUN AWAY RUN AWAY.

As always, we welcome readers to send in their comments on these remixes.

These tracks are no longer available for sharing.

Track 01. Heartbreaker (Album Edit) (Eeklair 2012 Remix)
Track 02. Ramble On (Eeklair 2012 Remix)
Track 03. Whole Lotta Love (Eeklair 2012 Remix)
Track 04. What Is And What Should Never Be (Eeklair 2012 Remix)
Track 05. Heartbreaker (Producer’s Cut) (Eeklair 2012 Remix)

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ELVIS COSTELLO AND FRIENDS - MILL VALLEY 1989

May 11, 2012 – 4:28 am

 

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ELVIS COSTELLO AND FRIENDS
Featuring Jerry Garcia, James Burton, Nick Lowe, Bob Weir and more
Mill Valley 1989 [no label, 3CD]

Live at The Sweetwater, Mill Valley, CA; April 24, 1989. Very good to excellent soundboard.

Thanks to grner1 for the great effort and for sharing these tracks on Dime.

This is what grner1 noted:

Village Music was a little record store in Mill Valley, California and its owner, John Goddard, threw a lot of great anniversary parties at the tiny nearby club, The Sweetwater. This show is full of cool one-of-a-kind performances. This is the soundboard audio from a very decent quality two-camera shoot. This is likely to be an upgrade over everything that has previously circulated from this show. The first half is sourced from the VHS Hi-Fi “dubbing master” audio and the second half is from a DAT master. The DAT tape of the first half of the show is missing but the audio quality is similar on the VHS Hi-Fi. I attempted to list the lineups for each song after watching the video closely but since there are so many changes there may be some minor errors.

This is longer (none of the other circulating versions contains the opening Nick Lowe solo set and the video is also missing a lot of Elvis Costello’s solo set). This audio is also at the correct pitch, while the previous one is more than a semitone too fast and much thinner-sounding.

Lineage: Two TDK HD-XPro T-120 VHS tapes. There are a few video breaks for approximately 20 seconds each which were replaced with color bars. The audio is seamless with the first half from the VHS Hi-Fi soundtrack and the rest from a DAT master. A few seconds have been spliced in from an alternate downloaded soundboard source. Since all the breaks start between songs, very little of the music is missing as the video masters change tapes.

Transfer: Sony WV-DR7 > Sony DVMC-DA2 Media Converter (DV Hardware Codec Converter) > Final Cut Pro > Pro Tools (minor “nip and tuck” edits and normalization. No noise reduction or equalization).

Audio versions of this show have also circulated as being from the 29th, but that is incorrect (there was a Grateful Dead show on the 29th).

Also, here’s an excerpt from an interview with Elvis Costello and Jerry Garcia about the Sweetwater show, taken from Musician magazine, March 1991, posted at gratefulbreed.blogspot.com:

Elvis Costello: Certainly a candidate for the world’s greatest record store is Village Music, in Mill Valley. Every year John Goddard has a party for his friends and customers, and he always has a really good bill of people. So on the twenty-first anniversary, I did a show with Nick Lowe, and he invited James Burton and Jerry Scheff, who’d played with me on the road. I did my little set, Nick did his set and then it was a free-for-all; Charles Brown did a piece, and people were getting summoned to the stage. I was standing in the corridor when I suddenly heard, “Jerry Garcia to the stage!” And, emboldened by several margaritas, I decided to join him.

Jerry Garcia: Not only that, but it was one of those situations where I had the choice of playing either Elvis’ guitar, which is low and it’s stiff, and the strings are quite wide as well, and all this confusing script, or of playing Burton’s guitar, which is strung with spider webs. I mean it’s the absolutely lightest you can string a guitar and still get a sound out of it. I’d take Burton’s and play a note on it and it goes “spack.” So I opted to play Elvis’ guitar as the lesser of two evils. [*laughter*] And I vowed I would never go to another one of those shows without my own.

Elvis: It was a whole Three Stooges routine - “Here, you take my guitar,” “No, I’ll take your guitar.” I think I had Burton’s old Telecaster for half a song, and James had my old Martin acoustic which wasn’t cranked up so he couldn’t solo - and Jerry’s struggling with my guitar. But once everybody got settled we managed to struggle through a couple of Hank Williams songs. Like any sort of jam thing it inevitably came to degenerate towards lots of blues. But we managed a few songs with changes.

Jerry: A pretty high level of jam-sessionry really, considering what it was. Really fun. And Elvis’ solo set was phenomenal, I thought. That’s one of those things that I can’t do at all, just playing the guitar and singing. You’re so solid with that, you don’t miss a band. I always feel like I’m missing a band.

Cover art from bbchron.blogspot.com - thanks!

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Disc 1 (Nick Lowe solo)
Track 101. intro [1] (1.3MB)
Track 102. Without Love [1] (3.8MB)
Track 103. talk [1] (1.7MB)
Track 104. Refrigerator White [1] (4.4MB)
Track 105. Geisha Girl [1] (4.4MB)
Track 106. Rocky Road [1] (7.5MB)
Track 107. (I Wanna Build A) Jumbo Ark [2] (6.2MB)
Track 108. Bo Bo Ska Diddle Daddle [1] (4.2MB)
Track 109. I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock and Roll) [1] (5.0MB)
Track 110. thanks and applause (660k)

Disc 2 (Elvis Costello and Friends” Part 1 of 2)
Elvis Costello solo:
Track 201. intro to set (660k)
Track 202. Accidents Will Happen [3] (4.3MB)
Track 203. Brilliant Mistake [3] (5.7MB)
Track 204. Deep Dark Truthful Mirror [3] (6.9MB)
Track 205. talk (2.2MB)
Track 206. Mystery Dance [3] (2.9MB)
Track 207. talk [Elvis introduces Jerry Scheff on bass and Austin deLone on keyboards] (1.7MB)
Track 208. Poisoned Rose [4] (8.0MB)
Track 209. God’s Comic [3] (16.7MB)
Track 210. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes [3] (4.5MB)
Track 211. New Lace Sleeves [3] (5.7MB)
Track 212. Peds Paws And Claws [3] (4.8MB)
Track 213. Radio Sweetheart [3] (5.6MB)
Track 214. Jackie Wilson Said [3] (4.0MB)
Track 215. talk (660k)
Track 216. (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding [with Nick Lowe] [5] (5.6MB)
Track 217. talk [Elvis welcomes Jerry Scheff, Scott Mathews, Austin deLone and James Burton to the stage] (1.7MB)
Track 218. The Big Light [6] (5.5MB)
Track 219. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man [6] (8.2MB)
Track 220. Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line [6] (5.4MB)
Track 221. Leave My Kitten Alone [6] (5.1MB)
Track 222. talk [Elvis welcomes Kim Wilson and Charles Brown to the stage] (6.8MB)

Disc 3 (Elvis Costello and Friends” Part 2 of 2)
Track 301. I Stepped In Quicksand [7] (9.7MB)
Track 302. Driftin’ Blues [8] (9.0MB)
Track 303. Charles Brown talks (961k)
Track 304. I Wanna Be With You [9] (5.8MB)
Track 305. talk [Austin deLone thanks Charles Brown and welcomes Kim Wilson, Nick Lowe and James Burton back to the stage plus also Sean Hopper on keyboards] (2.9MB)
Track 306. One’s Too Many (And A Hundred Ain’t Enough) [10] (7.2MB)
Track 307. Real Gone Lover [11] (9.5MB)
Track 308. talk [Austin deLone thanks Kim Wilson and welcomes Jerry Garcia and Pete Sears to the stage] (6.0MB)
Track 309. You Win Again [12] (5.6MB)
Track 310. The Bottle Let Me Down [13] (4.5MB)
Track 311. Why Don’t You Love Me? [13] (3.3MB)
Track 312. talk [Sammy Hagar, Commander Cody, Mitch Woods and Annie Sampson are welcomed to the stage] (2.7MB)
Track 313. Riot In Cellblock #9 [14] (6.9MB)
Track 314. talk [Austin deLone introduces Sammy Hagar to sing the next song and Jeff Burton is welcomed to the stage] (797k)
Track 315. Going Down [15] (11.6MB)
Track 316. talk [Austin deLone thanks Sammy Hagar and welcomes Bob Weir to the stage] (2.6MB)
Track 317. C.C. Rider [16] (7.4MB)
Track 318. Turn On Your Lovelight [17] (11.9MB)
Track 319. talk [Austin deLone thanks Bob Weir, Jeff Burton and Pete Sears and welcomes James Burton, Jerry Scheff and Elvis Costello back to the stage and thanks John Goddard for throwing the party] (2.3MB)
Track 320. Let The Good Times Roll [18] (5.4MB)
Track 321. Loveable [19] (4.3MB)
Track 322. talk [final thanks and applause] (2.5MB)

Notes:
[1] Nick Lowe solo (vocals, acoustic guitar).
[2] Nick Lowe solo (vocals, bass).
[3] Elvis Costello (vocals, acoustic guitar).
[4] Elvis Costello (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jerry Scheff (bass), Austin deLone (piano).
[5] Elvis Costello (vocals, acoustic guitar), Nick Lowe (vocals, acoustic guitar).
[6] Elvis Costello (vocals, acoustic guitar), James Burton (lead guitar), Jerry Scheff (bass), Austin deLone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[7] Charles Brown (vocals and piano), Kim Wilson (harp), Danny Caron (guitar), Steven Strauss (bass), Scott Mathews (drums).
[8] Charles Brown (vocals and piano), Kim Wilson (harp), Danny Caron (guitar plus a bit of backing vocals), Steven Strauss (bass plus a bit of backing vocals), Scott Mathews (drums).
[9] Charles Brown solo (vocals, piano).
[10] Kim Wilson (vocals, harp), Nick Lowe (bass, backing vocals), James Burton (guitar), Sean Hopper (electric piano), Austin Delone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[11] Kim Wilson (vocals, harp), James Burton (guitar), Nick Lowe (bass), Sean Hopper (electric piano), Austin Delone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[12] Elvis Costello (vocals and electric guitar for first part of song and then acoustic guitar), Jerry Garcia (guitar), James Burton (starts on acoustic guitar after approx. 1 minute of song, then switches to electric guitar for 2nd half of song), Pete Sears (bass), Austin deLone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[13] Elvis Costello (vocals and acoustic guitar), Jerry Garcia (guitar), James Burton (guitar), Pete Sears (bass), Austin deLone (electric piano), Sean Hopper (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[14] Commander Cody (lead vocals), Elvis Costello (acoustic guitar and backing vocals), Sammy Hagar (backing vocals), Annie Sampson (backing vocals), Jerry Garcia (guitar), James Burton (guitar), Pete Sears (bass), Mitch Woods (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[15] Sammy Hagar (vocals), Annie Sampson (vocals), Jerry Garcia (guitar), Jeff Burton (guitar), Pete Sears (bass), Mitch Woods (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[16] Bob Weir (vocals, guitar), Jeff Burton (guitar), Pete Sears (bass), Austin deLone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[17] Bob Weir (vocals, guitar), Elvis Costello (acoustic guitar, backing vocals), Austin deLone (piano, backing vocals), Jeff Burton (guitar), Pete Sears (bass), Scott Mathews (drums).
[18] Elvis Costello (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Cait O’Riordan (backing vocals), James Burton (lead guitar), Jerry Scheff (bass), Austin deLone (piano), Scott Mathews (drums).
[19] Elvis Costello (vocals, acoustic guitar), Austin deLone (piano, backing vocals), James Burton (lead guitar), Jerry Scheff (bass), Scott Mathews (drums).

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THE LINCOLN PARK MARK COLLECTION: SAMMY HAGAR/MONTROSE - LAKE TAHOE 2005

May 9, 2012 – 12:25 pm

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SAMMY HAGAR
Red Rocker [Power Gate 072, 2CD]

Live at Harvey’s Outdoor Amphitheater, Lake Tahoe, NV; August 13, 2005. Includes a Montrose reunion. Excellent soundboard.

The late guitarist Ronnie Montrose might have created a buzz when he played on Van Morrison’s Tupelo Honey but fans will always associate him with Sammy Hagar. The vocalist was in the original Montrose band when it was formed in 1973 and he left in February 1975.

The highlight of this show is the reunion between Hagar and Montrose, and there is no let up in Hagar’s vocals. Here is a power-packed show that hard rock fans could have easily overlooked.

Ronnie Montrose died of prostate cancer in March 2012; and Sammy Hagar did play together with Montrose in Sacramento in 2003. Listening to the friendly banter at this Lake Tahoe show, it is not difficult to see why Hagar wrote these words in memory of Montrose:

[I would like Montrose to be remembered] as one of the pioneers of American heavy/hard rock. And certainly, one of the great hard rock guitar players. But he was more than that - he was really versatile. But if you’re going to remember him for anything, put on that first Montrose record. The only positive I can grab onto is the fact that the music will live on. It’s a shame to lose Ronnie and I’m so sorry for his loved ones. Rest in peace.

Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Intro (2.2MB)
Track 102. Shaka Doobie (5.5MB)
Track 103. One Way To Rock (8.3MB)
Track 104. Sympathy For The Human (5.4MB)
Track 105. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (8.7MB)
Track 106. Serious Juju (7.8MB)
Track 107. When The Hammer Falls (7.1MB)
Track 108. Let Sally Drive (9.1MB)
Track 109. Top Of The World (6.2MB)
Track 110. Runaround (7.6MB)
Track 111. I’ll Fall In Love Again (5.3MB)
Track 112. Three Lock Box (8.3MB)
Track 113. MC (8.3MB)
Track 114. The Way We Live (7.6MB)
Track 115. Let Me Take You There (9.8MB)
Track 116. Right Now (9.6MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Fast Times At Ridgemont High (6.4MB)
Track 202. The Girl Gets Around (4.5MB)
Track 203. I Can’t Drive 55 (7.3MB)
Track 204. Mas Tequila (10.5MB)
Track 205. Heavy Metal (9.8MB)

Montrose Reunion
Track 206. Space Station # 5 (cuts in) (5.3MB)
Track 207. Rock Candy (11.6MB)
Track 208. Rock The Nation (9.5MB)
Track 209. Connection (6.9MB)
Track 210. Bad Motor Scooter (12.1MB)
Track 211. Make It Last (14.4MB)

Lineup:
Sammy Hagar - vocals, guitar
Vic Johnson - guitar
Mona - bass
David Lauser - drums

Montrose:
Sammy Hagar - vocals
Ronnie Montrose - guitar
Bill Church - bass
Denny Carmassi - drums

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THE PHILIP COHEN COLLECTION: BOB DYLAN - COMPLETE BASEMENT TAPES (DISC 5 AND 6)

May 8, 2012 – 4:29 am

  

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BOB DYLAN AND THE BAND
The Complete Basement Tapes: From The Reels [no label, CD 5 and 6 of 11]

Recorded at “Big Pink”, West Saugerties, New York, 1967. This 11-CD set was released in 2001.

Philip Cohen notes:

This is the most complete Basement Tapes collection in circulation. This is not for audiophiles. It is for completists who want everything; warts and all.

Note: A longtime music fan, Philip Cohen was a contributor to the now-defunct ICE Magazine and compiled the boxsets for The Yardbirds, The Small Faces, Humble Pie and Nice.

Notes from rec.music.dylan, August 2001:

In the time since this ‘fan project’ was completed, there have been a couple of other ‘Basement’ releases, one a 5 CDR set, nice quality, but lacking many tracks (…almost nothing from reel 1) emerged, and more recently the 4CD ‘Tree with Roots’ emerged. These have been carefully compared as well, and where appropriate, tracks were upgraded to the original 10CD set. Recently, someone else seems to have gotten hold of this set and and thinks that there were some other missing tracks (I’m not particularly convinced that reel 11 contains any new Basement tracks at all…) and added these tracks to reel #11.
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KOOL JAZZ

May 7, 2012 – 1:03 pm

The fantastic four of jazz.

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THE GREAT QUARTET
Chicago 1982 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Chicago Kool Jazz Festival, Petrillo Music Shell, Grant Park, Chicago, IL; September 4, 1982. Broadcast on KLCC-FM in Eugene. Ex FM stereo.

When the ’80s arrived, punk was dead. We had “hair bands” and Miles.

Miles Davis was back in 1981 with The Man With The Horn. He went on tour that year and his shows were well attended which resulted in the self-explanatory We Want Miles the following year.

Kool Jazz is just the label to celebrate the comeback of Davis’ sideman. This show has been described like this: “Originally billed as The Great Quartet, a variation on this lineup featured in each city of the 1982 Kool Jazz Festival multi-city extravaganza. Pretentiously named, but they indeed play straight ahead great. The festival ran from August 30 to September 5 in 1982.”

The quartet, as far as we can tell, never recorded an album. So be grateful that they were recorded live.

Indeed The Great Quartet were crowd pleasers. Everyone took their turn to solo. The fans behaved boisterously like at a rock concert. That spurred everyone on stage to play furiously. This show with a Monk cover, the classic Black Orpheus theme - Manha de Carnaval, Gershwin’s I Can’t Get Started and the impressive Tyner composition, Inner Glimpse, is exemplary of old jazz - cool but conservative.

The solos by Hubbard, Tyner, Carter and Williams are all played perfectly. Williams’ drum solos can be heard on Inner Glimpse and Byrdlike while Ron Carter’s bass solos are on I Can’t Get Started and a couple of others. Hubbard is in great form and, most importantly, this hot tempered man sounded happy.

It would take another generation of younger players to play “fire music” again. Thanks go to davmar77 and wgaddy for making this excellent copy available.

davmarr77 said: “Today I give you all the great quartet; McCoy Tyner, Freddie Hubbard, Ron Carter and the incredible Tony Williams. This was recorded at the 1982 Chicago jazz festival. (This) is from my 1st gen reel and is sourced from a reel recorded off the air so it’s quite an upgrade from the other versions. We can thank fellow dimer wgaddy, who was the source of my copy gotten by mail trade oh so long ago. It’s clean and complete.”

Wonderful.
- Professor Red

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Track 01. Introduction (3.3MB)
Track 02. Rhythm-A-Ning (T Monk) (25.1MB)
Track 03. Manha de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfa, Antonio Maria) (27.2MB)
Track 04. I Can’t Get Started (Gershwin) (25.6MB)
Track 05. Inner Glimpse (part 3 of McCoy Tyner’s Enlightenment Suite) (26.6MB)
Track 06. DJ with Freddie Hubbard (3.1MB)
Encore
Track 07. Byrdlike (F Hubbard) (16.7MB)
(composers in parenthesis)

Lineup:
Freddie Hubbard - trumpet
McCoy Tyner - piano
Ron Carter - bass
Tony Williams - drums

Rollin’ is a live album by jazz musician Freddie Hubbard recorded a year earlier at the Theater Am Ring, Villingen Jazz Festival in Germany’s Black Forest and released in 1982 on the MPS label. The album features performances by Hubbard with Dave Schnitter, William Childs, Larry Klein and Carl Burnett. Buy it here.

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BEAT, BEAT, BEAT

May 6, 2012 – 4:29 am

At the BBC with the Rolling Stones.

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THE ROLLING STONES
Baby See Sessions [Cadec Disgues, 2CD]

Various radio sessions at the BBC from 1963 to 1965. Very good to excellent FM stereo. Remastered by TEAGUE RAW in 2011.

We shared a single disc version of the Stones’ BBC sessions in 2009. (Click here.)

At the time, it was considered the “best” version. Recently, a remastered version appeared with work done by “Teague Raw”, who apparently fixed the pitch. Our ears aren’t good enough to tell. But since we have never shared the complete BBC sessions, here are all the existing tracks, including ones that are not up to release-quality. More importantly, all known Stones BBC songs are on this version. The 2009 version we shared had 26 tracks compared to the 50 here.

As we said then “Neither the Stones nor (Allen) Klein’s ABKCO label can release this material without mutual consent.” Klein died in July 2009 and there’s still no sign of an official release. Maybe they think their fans will outlive Methuselah?

All artwork is by French fan Teague Raw. A huge thanks for his effort. The artwork is beautiful. Be aware that Teague Raw has just released his version of The Rolling Stones TV Sessions, a 3CD set. Unfortunately, the TAMI show and Ed Sullivan tracks are all officially released.
- The Little Chicken

NOTE: This version removes the interviews between some songs that were found on the “Beat Beat Beat” 2CD bootleg.

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DISC 1
Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Recorded Maida Vale, London : 23rd Sept. 1963 - Broadcast 26th Oct. 1963

Track 101. Come On (Chuck Berry) - 2:03 (4.6MB)
Track 102. Memphis Tennessee (Chuck Berry) - 2:18 (5.2MB)
Track 103. Roll over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) - 2:16 (5.2MB)

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Recorded 3rd Feb. 1964 - Broadcast 8th Feb. 1964

Track 104. Don’t Lie To Me (Chuck Berry) - 1:43 (3.9MB)
Track 105. You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander) - 2:36 (5.9MB)
Track 106. I Wanna Be Your Man (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) - 1:49 (4.1MB)
Track 107. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:11 (4.9MB)
Track 108. Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas) - 2:34 (5.9MB)
Track 109. Bye Bye Johnny (Chuck Berry) - 2:11 (4.9MB)

Saturday Club
Recorded live UK: Feb.-March 1964 - Broadcast 8th March 1964

Track 110. Roll Over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) - 2:22 (5.3MB)
Track 111. Beautiful Delilah (Chuck Berry) - 2:14 (5.1MB)

Blues in Rhythm (Long John Baldry)
Recorded Camden Theatre: - 19th March 1964

Track 112. Intro (519k)
Track 113. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (Bobby Troup) - 2:29 (5.6MB)
Track 114. Intro (582k)
Track 115. Cops And Robbers (Kent L. Harris) - 3:43 (8.5MB)
Track 116. Intro (527k)
Track 117. You Better Move On (Arthur Alexander) - 2:45 (6.3MB)
Track 118. Intro (672k)
Track 119. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:49 (6.4MB)

The Joe Loss Pop Show (Joe Loss)
Recorded and broadcast 10th April 1964

Track 120. Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham) - 1:56 (4.4MB)
Track 121. Little By Little (Nanker Phelge/Phil Spector) - 2:28 (5.6MB)
Track 122. I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) - 2:12 (5.0MB)
Track 123. I’m Moving On (Hank Snow) - 2:09 (4.9MB)

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Recorded 13th April 1964 - Broadcast 18th April 1964

Track 124. I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) - 2:11 (5.0MB)
Track 125. Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas) - 3:13 (7.2MB)
Track 126. Not Fade Away (Norman Petty/Charles Hardin Holly) - 2:04 (4.5MB)
Track 127. Beautiful Delilah (Chuck Berry) - 2:09 (4.8MB)
Track 128. Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higginbotham) - 2:34 (5.8MB)
Track 129. Carol (Chuck Berry) - 2:30 (5.6MB)

DISC 2
Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Recorded 25th May 1964 - Broadcast: 6th June 1964

Track 201. Down In The Bottom (Willie Dixon) - 2:46 (6.2MB)
Track 202. You Can Make It If You Try (Ted Jarrett) - 2:12 (4.9MB)
Track 203. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (Bobby Troup) - 2:28 (some clicks) (5.5MB)
Track 204. Confessin’ The Blues (Walter Brown/Jay McShann) - 3:02 (6.7MB)
Track 205. Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye) - 2:01 (4.4MB)

The Joe Loss Pop Show (Joe Loss)
Recorded and broadcast 17th July 1964

Track 206. It’s All Over Now (Bobby & Shirley Womack) - 3:26 (8.2MB)
Track 207. If You Need Me (Wilson Pickett/Robert Bateman) - 2:06 (4.7MB)
Track 208. Confessin’ The Blues (Walter Brown/Jay McShann) - 2:27 (5.7MB)
Track 209. Carol (Chuck Berry) - 2:42 (6.1MB)
Track 210. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:58 (6.7MB)

Top Gear (Brian Matthew)
Recorded 17th July 1964 - Broadcast 23rd July 1964

Track 211. Around And Around (Chuck Berry) - 2:45 (6.3MB)
Track 212. If You Need Me (Wilson Pickett/Robert Bateman) - 2:02 (4.6MB)
Track 213. I Can’t Be Satisfied (McKinley Morganfield) - 2:31 (5.6MB)
Track 214. Crackin’ Up (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:15 (5.1MB)

Rhythm and Blues (Alexis Korner)
Recorded 8th Oct.1964 - Broadcast 31st Oct.1964

Track 215. Ain’t That Lovin’ You (Jimmy Reed) - 1:52 (4.2MB)
Track 216. 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Naker Phelge) - 3:48 (8.6MB)

Top Gear (Brian Matthew)
Recorded Playhouse Theatre Studios 1st March 1965 - Broadcast 6th March 1965

Track 217. Down The Road Apiece (Don Raye) - 2:01 (4.5MB)
Track 218. Everybody Needs Somebody (Russell/Burke/Wexler) - 3:31 (8.0MB)
Track 219. The Last Time (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) - 3:08 (7.0MB)

On both Yeh! Yeh!1 (Tony Hall) & Saturday Club 2 (Brian Matthew)
Recorded 20th Aug.1965 - First Broadcast 30th Aug.1965 - Second Broadcast 18th Sept.1965

Track 220. Mercy Mercy (Don Covay/Ron Miller)1 - 2:54 (6.4MB)
Track 221. Cry To Me (Bert Russel) - 3:06 (7.0MB)
Track 222. Fanny Mae (Buster Brown/Robinson or Waymon Glasco)2 - 2:13 (5.0MB)
Track 223. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)1,2 - 3:46 (8.5MB)
Track 224. The Spider And The Fly (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)1,2 - 3:26 (7.3MB)
Track 225. Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Going) (Barbara Lynn Ozen)1,2 - 1:53 (4.0MB)

Lineup:
Mick Jagger - lead and backing vocals, harmonica, percussion
Keith Richards - guitar, backing vocals
Brian Jones - guitar, harmonica, percussion, backing vocals
Charlie Watts - drums, percussion
Bill Wyman - bass guitar, backing vocals

The Rolling Stones first album was self-titled and released in April 1964. In America, the album was renamed “England’s Newest Hi-Makers”. The track Mona was replaced with Not Fade Away for the US issue. The UK version of the Stones’ first album remains out-of-print with the US version issued worldwide on CD. A large number of the songs on this first album was played live for various BBC radio shows. Buy it here.

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Here are some BBC Sessions that have been officially released. Click on the links to order the respective releases. (With thanks to Philip Cohen.)

The Hollies - Radio Fun (click here)

Yardbirds - Glimpses 1963-1968 (click here)

Jimi Hendrix - BBC Sessions (click here)

Deep Purple - The BBC Sessions 1968-1970 (click here)

Cream - BBC Sessions (click here)

The Who - BBC Sessions (click here)

The Kinks - At The BBC (5CD + DVD) (click here)

The Kinks - The BBC Sessions 1964-1977 (2CD) (click here)

The Nice - BBC Sessions (Receiver) (click here)

The Nice - BBC Sessions (Sanctuary) (click here)

Small Faces - BBC Sessions 1965-1968 (click here)

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ADAM (MCA/BEASTIE BOYS) YAUCH R.I.P. 1964-2012

May 5, 2012 – 7:40 am

ADAM YAUCH (MCA) R.I.P. 1964-2012

Adam Yauch, aka MCA, of the Beastie Boys died of cancer on May 4, 2012 in New York City. He was 47. The musician, director and Tibet activist was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer in 2009. The other members of the Beastie Boys are Mike D (Michael Diamond) and Ad-Rock (Adam Horovitz).

It’s tough being a white rap group yet the Beastie Boys hardly got dissed by the black rap crowd. One reason is that the Beasties got into the rap game when there wasn’t one to speak of. With a ear to the street, the Beastie Boys laid out the grooves and released Licensed To Ill in 1986. With hits such as (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) and No Sleep Till Brooklyn, the Beasties brought rap to White America. Musically, Paul’s Boutique (1989) was the more crucial album - the place where everything gelled together - the samples, the lyrics and the inexhaustible fun. But for many Tibetans, Yauch, who became a Buddhist, will be remembered for his efforts in the Tibetan independence movement - he helped create the Milarepa Fund and was a driving force in the Tibetan Freedom Concerts.

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BEASTIE BOYS
New Jersey 1992 [no label, 2CD]

Live at Tradewinds, Seabright, NJ; May 22, 1992. (This show has also been listed as Randy’s Rodeo, Gardens City, Trenton, NJ.) Excellent soundboard, remastered by thir13en.

Thanks to thir13en for remastering the tracks. This is what thir13en noted:

In their prime, displaying the intense prowress that was “Check Your Head”. They were admittedly going for a stoney album experience, and the show isn’t much different. Lots of the groovin’, slow-head bobbin’ instrumentals are done here, as well as some gritty rap stabs and a few punkers as well (notable is the faithful rendition of Minor Threat’s “Stand Up”). The hits (”Pass the Mic”, “So Whatcha Want?”, “Gratitude”) are lively, the banter is oddly tossed around, and the intro is one of the strangest ever given…

Otherwise, it’s a very clean soundboard and a damn fine mix. But like many straight SBD’s, it needed some work. So I smoothed over the EQ spectrum, comp’d it a bit to get the vocals to blend in better and bring out the music, enhanced a little with the BBE and then L3 maximized. Sounds big, warm, energetic.

And thanks to Paxman who originally seeded the show; and to volta for sharing the tracks on Dime.

Source: DSBD
Conversion: Sony R500 > Philips CDR870

As someone once commented: “If you were to own only one Beastie Boys concert recording… this is the one to own. Why? Because it features a nice mix of Licensed to Ill, Paul’s Boutique, and Check Your Head material. It also has the best sound of any non-FM recording.”

And those who are sensitive to strong language might want to give this a miss.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Ricky Powell’s Intro (2.8MB)
Track 102. To All The Girls (2.7MB)
Track 103. Slow & Low (5.5MB)
Track 104. Shake Your Rump (4.5MB)
Track 105. Pass The Mic (7.8MB)
Track 106. Looking Down The Barrel Of A Gun (2.0MB)
Track 107. Rhyming & Stealing (7.0MB)
Track 108. Time For Livin’ (3.0MB)
Track 109. Egg Raid On Mojo (3.3MB)
Track 110. In 3’s (Instrumental) (4.4MB)
Track 111. POW (4.1MB)
Track 112. Live at PJ’s (5.2MB)
Track 113. Stand Together (4.4MB)
Track 114. Posse In Effect (3.7MB)
Track 115. A Year & A Day/Posse In Effect pt 2 The New Style (5.6MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Jimmy James (3.6MB)
Track 202. Sounds of Silence (2.6MB)
Track 203. Finger Lickin Good (1.6MB)
Track 204. This One’s for Todd (764k)
Track 205. High Plains Drifter (2.7MB)
Track 206. So Whatcha Want? (7.0MB)
Track 207. Paul Revere (7.5MB)
Track 208. The Maestro (gap around 0:40) (6.4MB)
Track 209. Groove Holmes (Instrumental) (4.6MB)
Track 210. Something’s Got To Give (6.5MB)
Track 211. Lighten Up (6.3MB)
Track 212. Gratitude (4.9MB)
Track 213. Stand Up (2.1MB)
Track 214. Time To Get Ill (4.6MB)
Track 215. Shadrach (6.2MB)

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BONUS TRACK

Track 01. Desperado - previously unreleased track, 1988 (5.1MB)

Thanks to Blindopolis who shared the track at Demonoid.

Some notes:

This song was to be released on the soundtrack for the Run DMC movie Tougher Than Leather (1988). In the movie, the Beastie Boys are seen on stage performing the track live (not the studio version included in this torrent). However, the track never saw an official release. Why?… because immediately following the conclusion of the 1987 Licensed To Ill world tour the Beastie Boys wanted the royalty money and tour profits which they were owed. Their label (Def Jam) wanted the band to re-enter the studio and record a sophomore follow-up album and opted to use the money as an incentive to accomplish this. The Beastie Boys decided to cut their losses and instead signed with Capitol records.

For more information on this story read the book “The Greatest Music Never Sold: Secrets of Legendary Lost Albums by David Bowie, Seal, Beastie Boys, Chicago, Mick Jagger, and More!” by Dan LeRoy.

Since then there have been a couple of times when fans speculated that this track might get included on an official release. Those times were: November 21, 1995; when Def Jam released their 10th Anniversary Box Set and again on November 23rd 1999 when the Beastie Boys teamed back up with Def Jam to release their Anthology: Sounds of Science CD/LP set.

 

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ERIC CLAPTON - DENVER 1974

May 5, 2012 – 4:25 am

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ERIC CLAPTON
Come Back To God [Slunky 04, 1CD]

Live at the Coliseum, Denver, CO; July 23, 1974. Very good to excellent soundboard.

About a year ago, we shared Eric Clapton’s July 24, 1974 gig. This is the show he played the night before; and while this show has been widely shared among fans, those who haven’t got it might be intrigued by these comments:

EC throws a tease of the “Killing Floor” riff into “Blues Power”.
“Little Wing” is excellent, but incomplete with some issues in the tape source.
“Crossroads” is unique, with a different arrangement.
“Tell The Truth” is incomplete, missing the middle but a nice outro.

Thanks to the person who shared the tracks on the net in 2006.

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Track 01. Smile (7.2MB)
Track 02. Easy Now (5.7MB)
Track 03. Let It Grow (9.3MB)
Track 04. Badge (11.5MB)
Track 05. Willie And The Hand Jive (10.5MB)
Track 06. Get Ready (11.7MB)
Track 07. Blues Power (15.4MB)
Track 08. Little Wing (12.6MB)
Track 09. Let It Rain (10.3MB)
Track 10. Crossroads (9.5MB)
Track 11. Tell The Truth (11.4MB)

Lineup:
Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals
Jamie Oldaker - drums
Dick Sims - keyboards
Carl Radle - bass
George Terry - guitar
Yvonne Elliman - backing vocals

Clapton recorded practically every show from his 1974 world tour and all we got was E.C. Was Here and that was from 1974 and 1975. Click here to order E.C. Was Here.

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