CHVRCHES, THE BASEBALL PROJECT, !!! - MUSIC FEST NORTHWEST 2013

October 3, 2013 – 3:46 am

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CHVRCHES, THE BASEBALL PROJECT, !!!
KEXP vs Music Fest Northwest 2013 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, Oregon; September 5, 2013. Excellent FM broadcast (KEXP).

Portland’s Music Fest NW (September 3-8, 2013) might not be as well known as, say, South By Southwest or Glastonbury, but its lineup includes prominent “indie” acts such as Superchunk, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Neko Case, Animal Collective and older musicians such as Bonnie Prince Billy, Bob Mould and Shuggie Otis. Here then are the Chvrches, The Baseball Project and !!! [Chk Chk Chk].

However, on September 30, 2013, barely a week after they had released their debut album, Bones of What You Believe, Lauren Mayberry of the Chvrches caught fans’ attention when she commented ‘I will not accept online misogyny’ at The Guardian. She wrote:

Last week, I posted a screengrab of one of the many inappropriate messages sent to the band’s social networks every day. After making the post, I sat back and watched with an increasingly open mouth as more and more people commented on the statement. At the time of writing, Facebook stats tell me that the post had reached 581,376 people, over five times the number of people who subscribe to the page itself, with almost 1,000 comments underneath the image. Comments range from the disgusted and supportive to the offensively vile. My current favourites from the latter category include:

“This isn’t rape culture. You’ll know rape culture when I’m raping you, bitch”

“I have your address and I will come round to your house and give u anal and you will love it you twat lol”

“Act like a slut, getting treated like a sluy [sic]”

“It’s just one of those things you’ll need to learn to deal with. If you’re easily offended, then maybe the music industry isn’t for you”

But why should women “deal” with this? I am incredibly lucky to be doing the job I am doing at the moment – and painfully aware of the fact that I would not be able to make music for a living without people on the internet caring about our band. But does that mean that I need to accept that it’s OK for people to make comments like this, because that’s how women in my position are spoken to?…

What I do not accept, however, is that it is all right for people to make comments ranging from “a bit sexist but generally harmless” to openly sexually aggressive. That it is something that “just happens”. Is the casual objectification of women so commonplace that we should all just suck it up, roll over and accept defeat? I hope not. Objectification, whatever its form, is not something anyone should have to “just deal with”…

Click here for the full write-up.

Meanwhile, back to the gig…

CHVRCHES: It’s a pretty impressive feat to pack out Portland’s Roseland Theater… and that is exactly what CHVRCHES did late Wednesday night. They are one of those acts that when performing they are equal parts concert and visual spectacle, featuring a really extensive lights show which featured a sort of pyramid that stood behind lead singer Lauren Mayberry. They exhibit a really foreboding yet oddly poppy brand of electronica with very piercing vocals yet beautiful vocals. Their set featured songs from this year’s Recover EP such as the title track as well as “Under the Tide” and “The Mother We Share”. - Jayson Berray, qromag.com

THE BASEBALL PROJECT: Scott McCaughey & company did a ridiculous-tight set of infectious, sunny melodies. (So blasted catchy that Rolling Stone senior editor David Fricke was seen in the crowd, bouncing gamely along on his heels throughout the set.) McCaughey and Steve Wynn kept up that Joycean lyrical flow thing they do. Yes, my new drum hero is Linda Pitmon, and yes, it was great to see R.E.M. bassist Mike Mills added to the lineup. - April Baer, opbmusic.org

!!!: Famous for its off the hinges live shows and relentless touring schedule… ‘If you’ve seen one cathedral/then baby you’ve seen ‘em all’/I asked her what they were like/she told me they were tall/she said ‘if there’s a god and he’s a heard one prayer/then baby, he’s heard ‘em all” (Except Death). - musicfestnw.com

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Disc 1
Chvrches (30 mins)
Track 101. [Intro] (903k)
Track 102. We Sink (8.1MB)
Track 103. Lies (6.5MB)
Track 104. [Helpful Chat] (1.3MB)
Track 105. Gun (6.9MB)
Track 106. Recover (6.7MB)
Track 107. [Voices] (2.1MB)
Track 108. Under The Tide (7.9MB)
Track 109. [Jawas] (1.9MB)
Track 110. The Mother We Share (5.6MB)
Track 111. [Outro] (1.2MB)

Disc 2
The Baseball Project (32 mins)
Unfortunately, dropouts and skips inherent in the source
Track 201. [Intro] (734k)
Track 202. Past Time (5.1MB)
Track 203. 1976 (6.1MB)
Track 204. Doc (7.7MB)
Track 205. Jackie’s Lament (7.3MB)
Track 206. Ichiro Goes To The Moon (4.0MB)
Track 207. Harvey Haddix (8.1MB)
Track 208. Monument Park (7.4MB)
Track 209. Panda And The Freak (4.9MB)
Track 210. [Outro] (927k)

!!! (27 mins)
Track 211. Except Death (8.2MB)
Track 212. Californiyeah (7.6MB)
Track 213. One Girl/One Boy (8.9MB)
Track 214. Byron (7.6MB)
Track 215. SLYD (9.5MB)
Track 216. [Outro] (2.3MB)

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THE PHILIP COHEN COLLECTION: QUEEN - TOKYO 1981

October 2, 2013 – 3:21 pm

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QUEEN
Finale/Last Show Japan Tour 1981 [Tarantura TCDQ-10-1/2, 2CD]

Live at the Nippon Budokan Dai- Hall, Tokyo, Japan; February 18, 1981. Good to very good audience recording (Mr Peach).

In February [1981] the band leave London and fly to Japan, where the band undertake a series of five consecutive shows at the Budokan in Tokyo. As with all tours in Japan there are no support bands, and they play before capacity audiences of 12,000. - queenonline.com

Gsparaco of collectorsmusicreviews.com wrote:

Finale/Last Show Japan Tour 1981 on Tarantura uses a new Mr Peach recording. The first time this show has been on silver disc, the recording is very clear, powerful and loud. At times it’s too loud that it distorts, but it is generally very enjoyable and a good document to have from this shout tour.

Like the rest of the tour Queen begin with the fast arrangement of “We Will Rock You” and “Let Me Entertain You” from Jazz. Both are high adrenaline and work to build the audience’s buzz. Freddie sits at the piano for the next song “Play The Game.” But, before he starts, he plays a fast improvised melody incorporating “The Millionaire’s Waltz” from A Day At The Races. It was an integral part of the medley during those tours but hadn’t been played since.

It would have been a real nice surprise if the whole band joined in and played the song, but this little doodle is all that is present. It is also the final time Queen reference the song live.

Thanks to Phil for the tracks.

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.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Opening (4.9MB)
Track 102. Start (3.2MB)
Track 103. We Will Rock You (Fast) (4.9MB)
Track 104. Let Me Entertain You (5.1MB)
Track 105. The Millionaire Waltz (Intro) (1.2MB)
Track 106. Play The Game (6.4MB)
Track 107. Mustapha (4.8MB)
Track 108. Death On Two Legs (6.0MB)
Track 109. Killer Queen (3.3MB)
Track 110. I’m in Love With My Car (3.6MB)
Track 111. Get Down, Make Love (9.4MB)
Track 112. Rock It (Prime Jive) (7.8MB)
Track 113. Save Me (7.5MB)
Track 114. Now I’m Here (9.6MB)
Track 115. Dragon Attack (6.3MB)
Track 116. Now I’m Here (Reprise) (3.7MB)
Track 117. Sakura Sakura (1.3MB)
Track 118. Love Of My Life (8.8MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Keep Yourself Alive (5.6MB)
Track 202. Drum Solo (1.4MB)
Track 203. In The Death Cell (1.1MB)
Track 204. Drum Solo (2.2MB)
Track 205. In The Death Cell (1.3MB)
Track 206. Guitar Solo (7.9MB)
Track 207. Vultan’s Theme (2.4MB)
Track 208. Battle Theme (1.2MB)
Track 209. Flash (3.5MB)
Track 210. The Hero (2.5MB)
Track 211. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (7.1MB)
Track 212. Bohemian Rhapsody (9.2MB)
Track 213. Tie Your Mother Down (8.2MB)
Encore
Track 214. Another One Bites The Dust (5.9MB)
Track 215. Sheer Heart Attack (9.5MB)
Track 216. We Will Rock You (3.2MB)
Track 217. We Are The Champions (9.4MB)
Track 218. Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together) (5.0MB)
Track 219. God Save The Queen (2.2MB)
Track 220. Announcement (769k)


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JONI MITCHELL, JOHN HARTFORD, PETE SEEGER - GENTLE ON YOUR MIND TV SPECIAL 1970

October 1, 2013 – 9:07 am

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JONI MITCHELL, JOHN HARTFORD, PETE SEEGER
Gentle On Your Mind TV Special 1970 [no label, 1CD]

Audio from TV special, Gentle On Your Mind, KCOP-TV, LA; October 18, 1970. Very good soundboard (TV broadcast).

This TV special titled, Hartford, Mitchell & Seeger - Gentle On Your Mind, features John Hartford, Joni Mitchell and Pete Seeger.

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Joni and Pete performed a duet of Both Sides Now. Pete wrote, and sang, three new verses especially for Joni.

Daughter, daughter, don’t you know,
you’re not the first to feel just so?
But let me say before I go,
it’s worth it anyway.

Someday we may all be surprised.
We’ll wake and open up our eyes
and then we all will realize
the whole world feels this way.

We’ve all been living upside down
and turned around with love unfound
until we turn and face the sun.
Yes, all of us, everyone.

Source:
From Reel to Reel tape of broadcast
1st Gen Cassette
Transfer: PB Pioneer CT-F1000 > ASUS Xonar DG Sound Card > Audacity 2.0 @96k/24bit > Export to 44.1k/16bit Flac8 > TLH SBEs Fixed
No added signal processing

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Track 01. Frustrated Bird (Hartford) [2:58] (5.0MB)
Track 02. In Tall Buildings (Hartford) [2:03] (3.4MB)
Track 03. I Could Drink A Case Of You (Mitchell) [3:57] (6.6MB)
Track 04. Bring Me Little Water (Seeger) [2:37] (4.4MB)
Track 05. Orange Blossom Special (Hartford) [4:38] (7.8MB)
Track 06. Both Sides Now (Mitchell-Seeger) [6:20] (10.6MB)
Track 07. Willy (Mitchell) [3:13] (5.4MB)
Track 08. For Free (Mitchell) [4:14] (7.1MB)
Track 09. A Simple Thing as Love (Hartford) [4:04] (6.8MB)
Track 10. Sunshine Lady, You Really Know How to Slow a Man Down (Hartford) [3:24] (5.7MB)
Track 11. The Water Is Wide (Seeger-Mitchell) [3:21] (5.6MB)
Track 12. Mr. Tambourine Man (Mitchell-Hartford) [3:59] (6.7MB)
45 mins

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WIRE - BBC 2013

October 1, 2013 – 4:55 am

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WIRE
BBC 2013 [no label, 1CD]

Live on the Marc Riley Show, BBC 6 music, Salford, UK; September 16, 2013. Excellent BBC broadcast.

Pink Flag (1977), “perhaps the most original debut album to come out of the first wave of British punk”. - Allmusic

After releasing the acclaimed Pink Flag back in 1977, Wire have gone on to record 12 more studio albums, including Change Becomes Us released in 2013. The new album is a hybrid of material they wrote back in the early days and things they wrote more recently and was released on vinyl as part of Record Store Day. - BBC

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Lineage:
Hauppauge DVB-T Stick > PC > DVBViewer > .ts file > ProjectX (demux) > mp2 (160kbps) > mp3directcut (track splits) > mp2 files (160kbps)

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Track 01. Chat (3.6MB)
Track 02. Swallow (5.9MB)
Track 03. Chat (256k)
Track 04. Chat (1.1MB)
Track 05. Another The Letter (1.4MB)
Track 06. Chat (8.0MB)
Track 07. 23 Years Too Late (11.9MB)
Track 08. Chat (249k)
Track 09. Chat (2.2MB)
Track 10. Attractive Space (4.1MB)
Track 11. Chat (629k)
Track 12. DJ Intro (347k)
Track 13. Adore Your Island (4.4MB)
Track 14. DJ Outro (122k)

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JONI MITCHELL - PHILADELPHIA 1976

September 30, 2013 – 4:57 am

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JONI MITCHELL
Philadelphia 1976 [no label, 2CD]

Live at The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA; February 16, 1976. Good to very good audience recording.

Michael Tearson, writing in Phonograph Record (April 1976):

As anticipation grew to fever pitch, Joni entered the spotlight. With the Express supporting, she performed the all-too similar Help Me and Free Man In Paris, which sandwiched the last tour’s set closer, For Love Or Money. So far uninspired. But as the band departed, Joni settled into an enrapturing, intimate (as can be in a cavern) acoustic set that was mesmerizing. Even with a broken string, she continued undaunted: she sang the traditional Yarrow a Capella. She prefaced it with recollections of playing the local coffeehouses; the poignancy of the moment made me remember the nervous, fragile Joni who played her first Philly dates in 1966.

For The Roses, Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire (Luell shining) and the classic For Free followed. To everyone’s pleasant surprise, Joni then cracked: “Hate to be pushy, but I’ve got some new songs.” As she brought back the band, she debuted Coyote and Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter; later she introduced two more, Talk To Me, Mr. Mystery and Furry Sings The Blues. Clearly none of the four are in finished form yet, but it is exciting to see an artist of Joni Mitchell’s stature in the process of creation. It recalls those coffee-house days when the most important part of her set would be the unveiling of brand new material, then something like Circle Game, Marcie (originally The Ballad In Red And Green) or I Had A King. As it was with Love Or Money and Jericho, the new pieces showcased during the last tour, these new tunes are difficult to assimilate into her concert program. As well, much of the material from HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS has been extensively reworked for live performance. Harry’s House/Centerpiece has become a not terribly successful solo acoustic number. Shadows And Light, a vocal choir tour-de-force on the album, has mutated and expanded into an open-ended, meandering Cold Blue Steel affair.

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Disc 1 (58:35)
Track 101. Help Me (6.2MB)
Track 102. Love or Money (9.1MB)
Track 103. Free Man in Paris (7.1MB)
Track 104. The Dowie Dens of Yarrow (6.9MB)
Track 105. For the Roses (7.7MB)
Track 106. Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire (12.1MB)
Track 107. Big Yellow Taxi (5.2MB)
Track 108. Shades of Scarlett Conquering (8.0MB)
Track 109. For Free (9.7MB)
Track 110. Coyote/Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter (18.8MB)
Track 111. Just Like This Train (7.7MB)

Disc 2 (57:50)
Track 201. Shadows and Light (11.8MB)
Track 202. In France They Kiss on Main Street (6.7MB)
Track 203. Edith and the Kingpin (7.0MB)
Track 204. Talk to Me (8.3MB)
Track 205. Harry’s House/Centerpiece (12.1MB)
Track 206. Furry Sings the Blues (9.2MB)
Track 207. Trouble Child (6.9MB)
Track 208. Rainy Night House (7.8MB)
Track 209. Don’t Interrupt The Sorrow (8.6MB)
Track 210. Raised on Robbery (4.6MB)
Track 211. The Jungle Line (7.6MB)
Track 212. Twisted (6.4MB)

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KISS - PROVIDENCE 1975

September 29, 2013 – 4:59 am

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KISS
Providence 1975 [Joe Maloney Master, 1CD]

Live at the Civic Center, Providence, Rhode Island; August 3, 1975. Fair to good audience recording.

This is a request by reader Ed Saad.

The sound is a bit distant and is more for the collector.

Thanks to Joe; and to KRW_CO for sharing this at Dime. KRW_CO noted: “thanks to joe for letting us transfer his masters and share them all with you.”

Artwork posted at yup-yup-mark.blogspot - Thanks!

Source:
Joe Maloney analog master.
Recorded using a Sony TC-110A analog cassette recorder.
Lineage:
Audience analog master to cdr krw transfer to eac to tlh flac level 8

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Track 01. Deuce (10.1MB)
Track 02. Strutter (5.7MB)
Track 03. Hotter Than Hell (4.6MB)
Track 04. Firehouse (6.6MB)
Track 05. She (Ace solo) (12.2MB)
Track 06. C’mon And Love Me (4.4MB)
Track 07. 100,000 Years (Peter solo) (19.5MB)
tape flip
Track 08. Black Diamond (10.9MB)
Track 09. Cold Gin (13.4MB)
Track 10. Rock And Roll All Nite (7.2MB)

Lineup:
Ace Frehley - lead guitar, vocals
Peter Criss - drums, vocals
Paul Stanley - guitar, vocals
Gene Simmons - bass, vocals

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DAVID BOWIE - GOTHENBURG 1978

September 28, 2013 – 5:07 am

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DAVID BOWIE
Another Stage [Black Eagle BE003/004, 2CD]

Live in Gothenburg, Sweden; June 4, 1978. Very good to excellent audience recording.

Thanks to the person who shared these tracks on the net in 2005.

Finally a release of the complete concert in Gothenburg 1978. For the first time is Stay, TVC 15 and Rebel Rebel available on disc. The sound quality is excellent and even better than on any earlier issues on vinyl or CD! The only sad thing is the cut in STAY, but it probably comes from the master tape? The excellent sound quality and the fact that this is the complete concert, makes this CD a true must! - Bassman

One of those boots where the cover picture is from a different era to the actual recording, I find that most annoying. Thankfully the content on this set makes up for that. Recorded live in Gothenburg, Sweden on June 4, 1978, we have the complete show in very good sound quality, with a few bonus tracks thrown in just as filler. - Savage Jaw

Source:
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Disc 1
Track 101. Warszawa (11.6MB)
Track 102. Heroes (12.3MB)
Track 103. What In The World (7.3MB)
Track 104. Be My Wife (4.9MB)
Track 105. The Jean Genie (11.6MB)
Track 106. Blackout (6.4MB)
Track 107. Sense Of Doubt (5.6MB)
Track 108. Speed Of Life (4.4MB)
Track 109. Breaking Glass (7.1MB)
Track 110. Fame (6.6MB)
Track 111. Beauty And The Beast (8.1MB)
Track 112. Five Years (8.8MB)
Track 113. Soul Love (5.1MB)
Track 114. Star (4.3MB)
Track 115. Hang On To Yourself (5.4MB)
Track 116. Ziggy Stardust (6.5MB)
Track 117. Suffragette City (6.2MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Art Decade (5.7MB)
Track 202. Moon Of Alabama (6.7MB)
Track 203. Station To Station (18.6MB)
Track 204. Stay (13.5MB)
Track 205. TVC 15 (7.4MB)
Track 206. Rebel Rebel (8.1MB)
Track 207. Heroes [Copenhagen, Denmark; May 31, 1978] (12.2MB)
Track 208. Sound And Vision [Earls Court, London, UK; July 1, 1978] (5.5MB)
Track 209. Fame [Earls Court, London, UK; July 1, 1978] (6.6MB)

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UFO - CHICAGO 1980

September 27, 2013 – 5:31 am

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UFO
Chicago 1980 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the International Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL; March 16, 1980. Very good to excellent FM broadcast.

Here is a note from soundaboard.blogspot regarding the opening Alpha Centuri track:

Don’t be fooled when you hear Foreigner’s Head Games in the first track, it is just the warming sound on the monitors before the show begins.

And what an enormous show this is, despite some drop-outs and small cuts, and also some DJ talk but not intrusive. It’s another one of those fabulous UFO performances at the International Amphitheater in Chicago this time on the No Place To Run tour on 1980 March 16, with the song Too Hot To Handle being dedicated to Bon [AC/DC] Scott that passed out [sic] one month before this gig.

Thanks to sniffy for sharing this at Dime.

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Track 01. Alpha Centuri (8.0MB)
Track 02. Lettin’ Go (6.2MB)
Track 03. Youngblood (8.0MB)
Track 04. No Place To Run (8.5MB)
Track 05. Cherry (7.2MB)
Track 06. Only You Can Rock Me (7.9MB)
Track 07. Love To Love (15.2MB)
Track 08. Mystery Train (9.5MB)
Track 09. Doctor Doctor (12.3MB)
Track 10. Too Hot To Handle (9.2MB)
Track 11. Lights Out (6.6MB)
Track 12. Lights Out (Cont.) (9.9MB)
Track 13. Rock Bottom (23.8MB)
Track 14. Shoot Shoot (22.6MB)

Lineup(?):
Phil Mogg - vocals
Paul Chapman - lead guitar
Paul Raymond - keyboards, guitar, vocals
Pete Way - bass
Andy Parker - drums

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PAUL McCARTNEY - JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE 2013

September 26, 2013 – 11:19 am

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PAUL McCARTNEY
Jimmy Kimmel Live 2013 [no label, 1CD]

Live on Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA; September 23, 2013. Excellent audio from HD webcast.

Paul McCartney and Jimmy Kimmel had the cops’ blessing Monday night [September 23] in Los Angeles, as they took to the roof of the El Capitan Theatre, promising a free show from the one-and-only Sir Paul for the gathered masses. Even though McCartney has a new album to promote - aptly titled New - he played only three songs [Save Us, New and Everybody Out There] from his latest during the Jimmy Kimmel Live! concert, favoring Beatles and Wings hits instead for the dedicated crowd (some fans waited more than 10 hours to be in the front row). “You all right back there… in Santa Monica?” he cracked to the fans who appeared to be cities away. - music-mix.ew.com

Thanks to gracz54 who shared the HD webcast at Dime.

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Track 01. Introduction (348k)
Track 02. Magical Mystery Tour (4.6MB)
Track 03. Save Us (5.2MB)
Track 04. Junior’s Farm (6.2MB)
Track 05. Jet (7.7MB)
Track 06. New (4.6MB)
Track 07. Lady Madonna (4.5MB)
Track 08. Birthday (5.5MB)
Track 09. Another Day (6.7MB)
Track 10. Everybody Out There (7.3MB)
Track 11. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (6.4MB)
Track 12. Band On The Run (10.5MB)
Track 13. Back In The USSR (5.1MB)
Track 14. Day Tripper (7.2MB)
Track 15. Let It Be (8.2MB)
Track 16. Hey Jude (15.1MB)

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PAUL McCARTNEY - IHEART FESTIVAL 2013

September 26, 2013 – 11:19 am

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PAUL McCARTNEY
iHeartRadio Music Festival 2013 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, NV; September 22, 2013. Excellent audio from HD webcast.

Kicking off his set of new music and legendary classics, [Paul McCartney] took the crowd on a “Magical Mystery Tour”… He even featured the song “Lady Madonna” which was accompanied by hundreds of pictures of iconic women throughout history. Paul highlighted a few songs that will be on his upcoming album including “Everybody Out There” and the title track to the album, “New.” [The other new song was Save Us.]

In between a couple of his songs, he stopped down to play the audience, asking the meaning of Las Vegas (The Meadows), asking them if they’ve lost all their money yet and to pay tribute to “the late great Jimi Hendrix.” Capping off his set, the rocker played an electrifying version of “Live And Let Die” which included a startling display of fire, fireworks and laser lights. The performance left the entire crowd with goosebumps. - iheart.com

Thanks to galexanders08011972 for sharing the HD webcast on the net.

The audio is extracted from the webcast. Unfortunately, the audio was originally broadcast at 128 kbps.

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Track 01. Intro (1.4MB)
Track 02. Magical Mystery Tour (3.9MB)
Track 03. Save Us (4.5MB)
Track 04. Let Me Roll It (7.1MB)
Track 05. Foxy Lady (2.1MB)
Track 06. Everybody Out There (4.9MB)
Track 07. Another Day (6.2MB)
Track 08. New (4.2MB)
Track 09. Lady Madonna (4.4MB)
Track 10. Live and Let Die (5.5MB)

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