Bootlegs Around the Web
label: jade tree
this is what happens when members of the band swiz decide to give it a go once again after breaking up in 1990
the band cranked out some of the moody dischord records-like (redundant?) jams that became popular in the early/mid 1990's
they put out this and a 2 song 7" (1996's THE LONG HAUL..both songs later being re-released on SELF-TITLED) during their 3 year existence
guitar player jason farrell and bass player dave stern were also members of the dischord band bluetip
drummer alex daniels also played a dischord band called severin
DL: sweetbelly freakdown
Para este trabalho a banda buscou inserir alguns elementos que não tinham sido usados com uma dosagem considerável, a banda que anteriormente se mostrou mais preocupada em manter o peso e muita agressividade, agora trazia um pouco mais de equilíbrio na levada das músicas, adicionando muito post rock e experimentalismo na medida certa.
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"Celestial" is the first album in the "full" released by Isis. The band has previously released some ep's, arrived quite ripe to launch this record, knowing exactly what to do with their compositions and putting in work all that had hitherto best.
For this work the band sought to insert some elements that had not been used with a considerable dose, the band who previously was more concerned with keeping the weight and a lot of aggression, now brought a little more balance carried in the songs, adding far post rock and experimentalism in full measure.
02. Celestial (The Tower)
04. Swarm Reigns (Down)
06. Deconstructing Towers
08. Collapse And Crush
09. C.F.T. (New Circuitry And Continued Evolution)
10. Gentle Time
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While most of Athens, Georgia musical lore focuses around the jangly rock of REM (nothing wrong with that, mind you), or the art party of B-52s, or fast forwards to the psych-pop Elephant Six family of bands, there was, and there continues to be, a darker underbelly of bands that primarily play house parties, basement clubs, or backyards in the seedier parts of town. I think every college town has the same phenomena, the popular bands that get all the attention, and the really good, really ugly, loud bands that play for the cooks, the bartenders, the townies, and the other musicians in town to a shower of cheap beer and a smattering of even cheaper applause.
Porn Orchard were in the same demographic as Jack-o-Nuts and Barbeque Killers, the less well known, but possibly more revered cadre of underground rock bands that blasted away in sharp contrast to the shiny happy people across town. Porn Orchard took a heavy dose of Black Flag, and gave it a run through the hot humidity of a southern summer. It's oppressive and it makes you sweat, and there's a good chance it'll leave behind a rash.
This demo comes courtesy of Ben Davis, currently of Noot d'Noot fame, but also of the untouchable math rock trio Purkinje Shft (among other projects), I swiped it off his blog, which appears to be defunct now, and it comes complete with two bonus tracks at the end. Can't beat that.
NOTE: Exclusive concert from Live Bootlegs Blog!
Setlist 1. Heart of Nowhere 2. Give A Little Love 3. Waiting for My Chance to Come 4. Give It All Back 5. Blue Skies 6. All Through the Night 7. Tonight's the Kind of Night 8. Digital Love (Daft Punk cover) 9. 5 Years Time 10. L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.
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Noah and the Whale - Live @ Glastonbury Festival, England, 29-06-2013 320kbps mp3
NOTE: Chazwick Bradley Bundick, better known by his stage name Toro y Moi, is an American recording artist and producer. His music has taken on many forms since he began recording, but he is often identified with the rise of the chillwave movement in 2010 and 2011. (from Wikipedia)
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Setlist 1. Rose Quartz 2. Talamak 3. New Beat 4. Never Matter 5. High Living 6. Studies 7. Elise 8. Still Sound 9. Grown Up Calls 10. So Many Details 11. Low Shoulder 12. Say That
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Toro y Moi - Live @ Glastonbury Festival, England, 28-06-2013 320kbps mp3
Live At Desertfest, Astra Musikhalle, Berlin, Germany 04-27-2013
01. Dark meet (6:03)
02. ... (6:38)
03. ... (5:29)
04. Stoney lonesome (7:16)
05. ... (8:52)
06. ... (5:50)
LORD DIE recording VOL. 48
Zoom H2 with internal mics at WAV 16/44, taped somewhere in the crowd. Received via USB stick -> my HD -> Audacity (edit/remaster) -> WAV 16/44 -> TLH8 -> FLAC -> DIME -> YOUR EARS AND MIND...
Sound was very bass heavy with a tiny little bit distortion due to the limited sound range of the internal mics used, but nothing too serious. This is a straight in your face recording!
A few pics are included as well. All thanks to LORD DIE for capturing this strange moment in music history.
Here are a few shows from this year's Desertfest in Berlin, all taped by dear LORD DIE, all with some nice pictures included. B4 you ask: There are no recordings from the opening night,
as the LORD got his whole equipment confiscated while gettin' in. While we all know that live music taping here in Germany is a bit adventurous, due to the legal issues, the Desertfest
is a festival which features mostly unknown, or better "for no recording industry use and big cd sales figures" bands. Therefor I was quite surprised about what had happenend to the LORD.
Anyway, he finally got some recordings, and as Desertfest is not on the NAV list here, we like to give you some. This is more stealth than usual...
Here's the second part of the double feature of FATSO JETSON/YAWNING MAN from the final day. Unfortunately there is no recording of the FJ part of the show, so we have top live with what we
get here. 40 minutes of dry hot air from the desert. I'm not too familiar with this band, so maybe someone else (Guess I know who...) will step in with the correct setlist. Meanwhile enjoy
the legends of StonerRock...SB.
Support the band, go to their shows, buy all the merch your mule can carry!
Do not convert to lossy files, unless for personal use only. No lossy blog/tracker use. Flac rules!
If you sell...it's lonely out there in the desert...and money won't help...as you can't eat or drink it...
YAWNING MAN are...
GARY ARCE - guitar
MARIO LALLI - bass
ALFREDO HERNANDEZ - drums
By Spacebandit 2013/07/16.
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03. Stop That Train
04. Mystery Train
05. Simple Twist Of Fate
06. The Way You Do The Things You Do
02. They Love Each Other
03. Sitting In Limbo
04. Tore Up Over You
05. My Sisters And Brothers
06. Stir It Up
07. Tangled Up In Blue
Jerry Garcia Band - 1977-07-23 - Berkeley CA (SBD)
On June 7, 8 and 9, 1977, The Grateful Dead capped their near perfect spring tour, truly one of the peak periods in the band's long strange trip, with 3 majestic performances at Winterland in San Francisco. Less than 2 weeks later, the band had to put their tour plans for the summer on hold when Mickey Hart was involved in a car crash in which he broke multiple bones. Bob Weir and Jerry Garcia used that time off to begin work on solo albums, Heaven Help the Fool and Cats Under the Stars, respectively, which would be released in 1978. Garcia took the road as well, playing about 20 concerts in New York, New Jersey and California between July 1 and August 12. This soundboard recording captures the Jerry Garcia Band on July 23, 1977, 36 years ago today, at the Keystone in Berkeley, one of their favorite venues. Jerry picks up right where the Dead left off, continuing to play as well and as inspired as at any point in his career. Less than a month later, I would see the Grateful Dead for the first time, for the band's first show since Mickey's accident, the legendary Englishtown NJ concert in front of a crowd of close to 150,000! Download this one to relive the magic of 1977!
Last week I tried four or five times to upload the shows I finally posted yesterday and kept running into issues. I got the files ready, stayed up to midnight, loaded them into Zippyshare, watched them start to upload and then came back the next morning only to discovered it had crapped out after a file or two. On Saturday I decided to give it one more go and thought that if it didn’t work I would go on hiatus for awhile and try to decide what I wanted to do with this site.
Well, those files worked, but I have to admit that I was kind of disappointed that they did. Which is why I’m taking a break anyways.
Long time users of this site will know the trouble I’ve had with it over the last year or so. All of my files were deleted by Megaupload and Mediafire, Rapidshare stunted the bandwidth making it unusable for me. Various other sites continue to have issues. Losing so many files has caused the reupload requests to go through the roof which in turn caused me to change my policy to a no-reupload rule. Still, in spite of the fact I have that policy stated in my side bar I get daily reup requests. I hate having to say no to those. I hate that so many of my files are now gone.
These things and more have caused what once was a truly fun hobby into more like a really irritating job. The fun has been sucked right out. So I’m taking a break, I’m going on hiatus to determine just exactly what my next step will be.
I want to pause right here though and say how much I really have enjoyed doing this. Its been a blast collecting shows and sharing them. I love the fact that I’ve been able to provide such incredible music with so many people over the last few years. So many of you leave comments, send e -mails, give me shows to share and I truly and deeply appreciate it. I especially want to thank those of you who leave so many wonderful comments. You guys rock. You have an incredible amount of knowledge about so many artists and shows that you have really added so much worth to this site. It is you all who have kept me going through so much of this nonsense. Thank you.
Now this isn’t an official goodbye. I’m taking a break. I want at least two weeks off and then again, maybe more. I honestly can’t say what will happen then. Maybe I’ll be refreshed and will start posting again with verve. Or maybe I’ll decide to give it up completely. My guess is that it will come down to something inbetween. I like the idea of posting one or two shows a week and actually being able to listen to them and to write a review of them. Or perhaps I’ll put all of my efforts into the Van Morrison Cafe or the Grateful Dead Cafe, concentrating on posting boots of one band and reviewing every show. Or maybe I’ll drop this blog and just post to sites like Guitars101 which would allow me to leave the stress of running a site and just become a little member posting when I want.
I have no idea what will happen. I’m gonna rest and relax without worrying about putting up shows. I’m gonna try to figure out what I want to do with the Midnight Cafe. I will certainly let everyone know when I decide, but definitely give me a couple of weeks to think about it.
Again, thanks everybody for all that you do. It is truly the fans that have made The Midnight Cafe such a treat.
This contains a fifth track - Don't Tell Them You're Sane.
Very popular back in the day and of course Weller still enjoys a successful solo career.
The Demon sent this one in to HRC City Chambers.
Even though he runs his own excellent blog he's happy to share.
Beacon Theatre, NYC, NY
RnR HOF Celebration Concert (Night after Jackson's HOF Induction)
Audience recording, good quality
mp3 (VBR 160-320 kbps) files
More Jackson Browne, from quite a bit later in his career. On March 15, 2004, Jackson Browne was inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall Fame, with his induction speech and comments made by Bruce Springsteen. On the following night, March 16, Jackson staged a celebration concert at the Beacon Theatre in New York with guest appearances from some of his friends and music colleagues, and here it is for you. This fun and energetic show features songs from all throughout his illustrious career, from the early songs of 'Doctor My Eyes', 'These Days', and 'Take It Easy', up through several songs from his most recent album (at that time), The Naked Ride Home, this is a very entertaining show, and the inclusion of the guests just add to the enjoyment. It's not a great (audience) recording, but it is pretty good quality overall. For some perspective and historical interest, I've also included some bonus audio tracks from the actual HOF ceremony the night before, including Bruce's induction speech, Jackson's acceptance speech, and Jackson's HOF performance of Runnin' On Empty (these audio tracks were extracted from the youtube videos, so are of lesser quality, but since they are primarily spoken words, they are just fine). So, enjoy Jackson & friends celebrating his well-deserved induction into the HOF.
1.The Night Inside Me
2.Fountain of Sorrow
3.The Barricades of Heaven
5.Everywhere I Go
(with Vonda Shepherd)
6.For Taking the Trouble
7. Cuban Intro/Dedication
8.Lives in the Balance
10.The Naked Ride Home
11.My Stunning Mystery Companion
13. Talk-Thank yous
14.Late for the Sky
15. Marc Cohn-Song Intro
16.Don't You Want to Be There
(with Marc Cohn)
17.In the Shape of a Heart
18.Your Bright Baby Blues
19.Doctor My Eyes
20. false start
21. Somebody's Baby
23.Running on Empty
(21-23 with Scott Thurston and Danny Kortchmar)
25.Take It Easy
(with Bruce Springsteen)
Kevin McCormick (bass) - Jeff Young (keyboards, background vocals)
Mauricio "Fritz" Lewak (drums and percussion) - Val McCallum (guitars)
Katherine Russell (background vocals) - Mark Goldenberg (guitars)
Notes: This recording was compiled from two different sources to ensure the best possible sound.
Bonus audio tracks (128 kbps):
x1. Bruce Springsteen - Jackson Browne Induction Speech (RnR HOF)
x2. Jackson Browne - RnR HOF Acceptance Speech
x3. Jackson Browne - RnR HOF Performance - Runnin' On Empty
This version of the show, Fireworks In The Flats (the fireworks can be heard at the end of All I Wanna Be is By Your Side), is a P.E. Productions release.
Sound Quality: 9
01 - Intro-Shotgun
02 - Signed, Sealed, Delivered
03 - Lines On My Face
04 - Show Me The Way
05 - Boot It Up
06 - Winston Churchill
07 - All I Wanna Be is By Your Side
08 - Black Hole Sun
09 - Baby I Love Your Way
10 - (I'll Give You) Money
11 - Do You Feel Like We Do
12 - Off The Hook
13 - I Want It Bad
14 - Guitar Solo
15 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Got this one handed to me from Beastie as I hadn't downloaded it yet.Cheerz big man.
Three quarters of the original Black Sabbath.
It's a charity/warm up/hometown gig.
It's an excellent aud recording and look at that setlist!!
Tommy Clufetos from Ozzy's band replaces Bill Ward but that's another story.
Must admit I've heard Ozzy sing better.
Have to agree with Beastie he's helluva flat in places.
To be fair any time we get to hear the (mostly) original Sabbath is a real treat.They are the fathers of Heavy Metal after all.
Also best wishes to Tony Iommi in his fight against cancer.
Hopefully there are plenty more monster Sabbath riffs to come.
Longtime NYCTaper correspondent neild made his last trip to Maxwells:
“The very first time I went to a show at Maxwell’s in Hoboken was to see the Mekons, for a show in July 1991 when the Leeds-bred country-art-punk combo was touring in support of Curse of the Mekons, the album that got them kicked off A&M for being “commercially unsatisfactory.” This was at a time when the Mekons played in the New York area every few months (usually at Tramps or the Marquee), and I don’t remember much in particular about the show, except that Jon Langford and Sally Timms, then recently split as a couple, bickered both terribly and hilariously, and that the show ended with Jon and several other Mekons thrashing atop each other, and their guitars, on the floor. And that the whole thing was wonderful and anarchic and both so rock and roll and so anti-rock and roll in a way that only the Mekons have quite ever been able to pull off.
Almost 22 years later to the day, I made what will be my final visit to Maxwell’s to see Langford and his usual New York cohort (bassist Tony Maimone and drummer Steve Goulding, with only longtime violinist Jean Cook absent) play their farewell gig at the club, which as everyone reading this no doubt knows by now will close forever at the end of July. I was on vacation on the West Coast when I got an email about the show, which was due to take place just one day after I was to arrive back east on a red eye; of course, I immediately ordered tickets, because one more chance to see Jonboy at the greatest rock club in the world was something I couldn’t pass up, jet lag or no.
It didn’t disappoint. After taking the stage solo to play “Luxury” from his recent album Old Devils while waiting for Maimone and Goulding to make their way through the Maxwell’s crowd to the stage, Langford launched into full-band renditions of several songs from his 1998 solo debut Skull Orchard, a still-unparalleled masterpiece focused on his hometown of Newport, Wales (“Tubby Brothers” is about a real-life undertaking firm of that name); the rest of the set highlighted both Waco Brothers classics like “Walking on Hell’s Roof” and other solo material, including his recent, haunting Bloodshot single “Drone Operator.” After a break for drinks, the band returned to do a string of Mekons songs, more Jon solo material, and a set of covers before closing things out with the ur-Mekons track “Where Were You?”
It all amounted to both a eulogy for and a celebration of Maxwell’s, which was only fitting for an artist who’s spent the last several years selling paintings based on faded publicity photos of dead country music stars. For a fuller review, including a nice sampling of the jokes that peppered the evening (only some of which were about Sally Timms farting), see Will You Miss Me’s report on the evening.
This recording was made from two sources: a pair of cap-mounted Core Sound Binaural mics about ten feet from the stage, plus a soundboard feed. (Huge thanks for Maxwell’s soundman Mitch for his both his help in this area and his terrific mix for the night – NYC-area clubs, this man is a free agent come August 1, so get your dialing fingers working!) Despite some minor mishaps with a balky cable and some errant breezes from the Maxwell’s a/c system – one of the few things that’s changed there in the last 22 years – I was able to finesse it all in mixing into a recording I think you’ll all be happy with. Especially if you’re a fan of fart jokes.”
This recording is available for Download in FLAC and MP3 at Archive.org [HERE].
Stream the Entire Show:
Recorded and mastered by neil d
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02 [banter - Billy Bragg]
03 Tubby Brothers
05 Butter Song
07 Death of Country Music
08 [banter - did the Waco Brothers ever play here]
09 Walking on Hell’s Roof
10 Drone Operator
11 [banter - some of my friends' fathers]
12 Pill Sailor
13 [banter - I went to the doctor]
14 X-Ray Style (Joe Strummer)
15 [banter - the Three Johns broke up in this room]
16 Death of the European
17 Deep Sea Diver
18 Memphis, Egypt
19 Lonely and Wet
20 [banter - Rico's accordion is dead]
21 Slightly South of the Border
22 Dickie, Chalkie and Nobby
23 [banter - smells and tastes]
25 [banter - ooh, doggie]
26 Are You an Entertainer
27 Good Year for the Roses (George Jones)
28 Before I Grow Too Old (Fats Domino)
29 Sentimental Marching Song
30 [banter - a funny joke in Chicago]
31 Old Flames Can’t Hold a Candle to You (Dolly Parton)
32 It’s Not Enough
33 [banter - guitar solo]
34 Big River (Johnny Cash)
35 Nashville Radio
36 Big Spender (Shirley Bassey)
37 Wild and Blue (John Anderson)
38 Wreck on the Highway (Dorsey Dixon)
39 Where Were You
01. Cold Confession
02. Let It Ride
02. Easy Now
03. Let it Grow
05. Willie and the Hand Jive
06. Get Ready
07. Blues Power
08. Little Wing
09. Let it Rain
11. Tell The Truth
Eric Clapton - 1974-07-23 - Denver CO (SBD)
Today and tomorrow we’ll bring you 2 more from Eric Clapton’s 1974 comeback tour. This show is a soundboard from July 23, 1974, 39 years ago today in Denver CO. Download this one now, then come back tomorrow for night two from Denver.
O Isis ainda não havia lançado o seu primeiro disco até aquela data, mas já mostrava todas as ferramentas que dispunha para compor as suas músicas. Apresentando uma vasta quantidade de elementos, o grupo aqui exibe um perfil bem mais pesado e sujo, atingindo algumas vezes o sludge metal mais acelerado, atingindo uma atmosfera mais suja e conturbada.
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This is the last EP before Isis launch its debut album, "The Red Sea" was released in 1999 and brings the end of his tracklist the Four bands that were present in the material Demo released a year before the band.
Isis had not yet released his first album to date, but it showed that it had all the tools to compose their songs. Featuring a vast amount of elements, the group displays a profile here much heavier and dirty, reaching sometimes the sludge metal faster, reaching an atmosphere dirtiest and troubled.
01. Charmicarmicarmicat Shines To Ear
02. The Minus Times
03. Red Sea
04. Smiles and Handshakes
07. Lines Across Eyes
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and Barry Melton
Bath & West Showground
June 28, 1970
3)The Man From Athabaska
5)Living In the Future in A Plastic Dome
6)I`m On The Road Again
7)Entertainment is My Business
8)Fish Cheer/Fixin` To Die Rag
12)Here I Go Again
13)Sing Sing Sing
140Closing Set Song
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