September 29, 2013 – 4:59 am

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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!

Joe Maloney analog master.
Recorded using a Sony TC-110A analog cassette recorder.
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)
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Track 08. Black Diamond (10.9MB)
Track 09. Cold Gin (13.4MB)
Track 10. Rock And Roll All Nite (7.2MB)

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

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  1. 19 Responses to “KISS - PROVIDENCE 1975”

  2. now you’re talking, bigo!!! thanks!!! i really appreciate it.


    By Ed Saad on Sep 29, 2013

  3. this is the other copy i got from guitar forum i was telling you about. the dan lampinski recording sounds way better than this. i don’t know where to get a complete copy of it. the one i had are 128 rips, and black diamond is cut. thanks anyway.


    By Ed Saad on Sep 29, 2013

  4. Thanks BigO! I love KISS forever!!!

    By Josef (Czech republic) on Sep 29, 2013

  5. A bogus band that sucked if there ever was one.

    By darth's analyst on Sep 29, 2013

  6. Kinda fun I guess, although it’s missing something without the visuals. No one went to a KISS concert in the 1970’s for the music, it’d be like going to pro wrestling for the sportsmanship.

    By raoul duke on Sep 29, 2013

  7. I see someone is having fun with my name now as well.
    the post, “Great band.One of the best that ever was.” is definitely not mine, I couldn`t agree less.

    By sluggo on Sep 29, 2013

  8. Ya don’t think they were Sluggo? They sold a lot of albums-that has to tell you something!

    By barth on Sep 29, 2013

  9. I think he means he COULD agree less…

    By darth's analyst on Sep 29, 2013

  10. They sold a lot of albums-that has to tell you something!
    so have abba, the archies, the monkees and lady gaga but there is no accounting for taste.

    By sluggo on Sep 29, 2013

  11. but there is no accounting for taste.

    that would explain your lame posts,lol

    By barth on Sep 29, 2013

  12. that would explain your lame posts,lol

    we know this isn`t barth just as whoever you are used my name as well. it must be pretty sad and lonely in your mothers basement copying other`s names and trying to stir the pot.
    grow up .

    By sluggo on Sep 30, 2013

  13. The idiotic “I think he means he COULD agree less” comment wasn’t mine, either. Somebody’s parents need to take away his internet privileges.

    By darth's analyst on Sep 30, 2013

  14. Was maybe this show that Mountain opened and somebody shot a bottle rocket and it went right into Leslie West’s hair and got stuck there with sparks aflying……..unbelievable!

    By Mike on Sep 30, 2013

  15. The biggest Ponzi scheme ever developed.. still around to this day.

    By Woodstock on Oct 1, 2013

  16. Paul Stanley’s stage banter, 45 minutes worth:
    Truly amazing.

    By Dingus on Oct 1, 2013

  17. This was actually the show they were warm up for black sabbath. They headlined the following year with leslie west.

    By King Duck on Aug 28, 2015

  18. The Dan Lampinski recording is a great recording, this one is awful in comparison.
    I’d leave a download link for the Lampinski version but I don’t wanna step on anyone’s toes at BigO :)

    By Todd in Toronto on Sep 26, 2016

  19. Download the awesome Dan Lampinski recording here…with artwork!

    By Gene Simmons on Jul 29, 2017

  20. Thank you Gene…

    By Ronald Boreland on Dec 7, 2017

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