Friday, January 24, 2020

Prince 3121 Las Vegas Volume 5(ER011-013)




Eye Records
3 CD
Label :
“Eye” Records
Catalogue :
#11-12-13
3Disc Length :
79:46 / 72:37 / 79:17
Source :
Audience Recordings
Sound Quality :
EX- / EX
Year Of Release :
2007
Rating 4.5/5.0

Track Listing
3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, 9th December 2006 (am)

Disc 1
1. 3121 2. Girls And Boys 3. The Sun's Gonna Shine Again 4. Down By The Riverside (instrumental) 5. Lolita 6. Black Sweat 7. Kiss 8. Shhh 9. Musicology 10. Tighten Up 11. Pass The Peas 12. Shake Everything You've Got 13. Play That Funky Music 14. Partyman 15. Love Rollercoaster (intro) 16. Controversy 17. Joy In Repetition

Disc 2
1. 17 Days (instrumental interlude - intro) 2. Purple Rain 3. What A Wonderful World (instrumental) 4. A Case Of U 5. Forever In My Life 6. Elephants And Flowers 7. Anotherloverholenyohead 8. Rock Lobster (instrumental) 9. I Like It There 10. Crazy 11. Nothing Compares 2 U

Riot At The Rio - Larry Graham - Club 3121, Las Vegas : 13th December 2006 (EX-)
12. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) (ft. Prince)

Riot At The Rio - Larry Graham - Club 3121, Las Vegas : 20th December 2006 (EX-)
13. The Jam (ft. Prince)

Riot At The Rio - Maceo Parker - Club 3121, Las Vegas : 21st December 2006 (am) (EX-)
14. Uptown Up (ft. Prince)

Disc 3
Club 3121 - 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 25th November 2006 (am)
1. Speech 2. Get On The Boat 3. Love Rollercoaster 4. The Payback 5. Pass The Peas 6. More Bounce To The Ounce (including Miss You)

Club 3121 Aftershow - 3121 Jazz Cuisine : Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 9th December 2006 (am)
7. Mike Phillips Intro 8. Footprints 9. Stratus 10. All Blues 11. Get On The Boat (instrumental) 12. Love Rollercoaster (including Give It Up Or Turn It Loose) 13. Outa-Space (including Ain't It Funky Now)

Comments
Fink's Comments  (rates this release 4.5/5.0) Released early June 2007, this is the 5th volume of "Eye" Records Las Vegas releases, and is another mightily impressive release in terms of recording quality. The majority of the main show recording on Disc 1 and Disc 2 is probably worthy of an EX- rating, however it does improve vastly for the closing encores. The 9th December (am) main show has an audible audience level throughout, and whilst it does not interfere with the show for the most part (95% of the recording is above any criticism), there are moments where people in close proximity to the recorder shout out various comments to Prince, "Bring it on home baby", "Play the blues", etc, etc which is a little obtrusive during the more sedate moments of the show. That said, I was at this show and from the encore section onwards, the room cleared as fast as I have ever seen a room clear (not enough hits?) - and this is presumably the reason why from 'Crazy' onwards, the recording is of truly excellent quality with no interference and very minimal audience noise. The show itself is something of a hit or miss affair, and suffers from the same problem which plagues many Las Vegas shows ; Prince walks offstage leaving the band to fill in time. No slight on the band, but 20 minutes of this show do not feature Prince.
That complaint aside, the show does have a number of very rare tracks performed (for Vegas) which make it very worthwhile. A cover of 'The Sun's Gonna Shine Again' (remarkably similar backing to Satisfied) is a nice break from the usual Las Vegas set-list, as is the closing few tracks on Disc 1. 'Partyman' is nothing more than Prince reciting the opening verse followed by a small portion of 'Love Rollercoaster' before Prince finally settles on a loose jam based around the "People call me rude, I wish we all were nude" lyric of 'Controversy'. These can hardly be classed as performances of said tracks, so the tracklisting on the packaging appears a little misleading. As with many 2006 Vegas shows, the Arabic interlude normally accompanying The Twins performance of '17 Days' begins, however it is cut short and the band launch into 'Purple Rain'. The show really takes on a life of it's own from 'A Case Of U' onwards and is, quite simply, stunning for the following 6 songs. Not least for the inclusion of 'Elephants And Flowers' and the breathtaking (yeah, I said it) version of 'I Like It There' - the performance of this song, and this particular version alone makes the release all on it's own. As mentioned before, the quality improves vastly for 'Crazy' and 'Nothing Compares 2 U' due to the room being less than half full - a sad sight, but beneficial to the recording.
Disc 2 features tracks from the Larry Graham / Maceo Parker shows on 13th and 20th December at Club 3121 with Prince featuring at both shows. The quality of these is great, but the audience noise is rather distracting and can overpower the recording - not bad, but perhaps sounds worse following on from the main 9th December recording. Disc 3 begins with 5 tracks from the 25th November (am) show which was also partially featured on their '3121 Las Vegas Vol. 3' release. Beginning with a short speech by Prince, it's followed by 'Get On The Boat' and a number of (mainly) instrumental horn-led cover versions. Quality-wise, it's impressive. Content-wise, less so. The release closes out with the 3121 aftershow at the Jazz Cuisine in the early morning of Saturday 9th December 2006. It begins with Mike Phillips spoken intro with the mantra of "real music by real musicians" and as if to prove the point, Renato's solo during the 16 minute 'Footprints' is stunning. The aftershows of 2006 were more lazy, improvised affairs than the later, more focused 2007 Jazz Cuisine shows, and the following 'Stratus' and 'All Blues' - whilst being impressive, are fairly pedestrian to listen to. The slight problems with the recording also begin at this point, and rear their head (albeit briefly at this point) during 'Stratus' where the volume fluctuates minimally and there is a little occasional distortion. This is followed by an instrumental version of 'Get On The Boat'. The closing two instrumentals 'Lover Rollercoaster' and 'Outa Space' unfortunately suffer from some piercing, shrill distortion in places. It is intermittent on 'Love Rollercoaster', but affects 'Outa Space' a little more frequently. Hardly horrendous, and it's to New Power Groove / Eye's credit that they left it intact for people who prefer their recordings complete.
The aftershow recording (out with the closing 2 songs) is again impressive considering the small space it was recorded in, and putting aside the odd clanking of cutlery and crockery, there is very little to be critical about overall - a very decent effort. The accompanying packaging is impressive including a 12 page booklet. The release also includes a cute addition in the form of a menu copied from the 3121 Jazz Cuisine printed on heavy card - it may not be highly important, but is a very cute idea and something I give them (again) credit for. A nice touch. Overall, this is an extremely impressive 3cd set and one of the best pressed releases for a few years. Interesting set lists, very impressive quality and a diverse selection of bonus material all wrapped up in attractive packaging. It suffers from some flaws towards the end, but those are easily overlooked.




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Thursday, January 23, 2020

INXS 1980-12-20 Paris Theatre Sydney,Australia

INXS 1980-12-20 Paris Theatre Sydney,AustraliaSoundboard

01 In Vain
02 Long Time Ago
03 Newsreel Babies
04 Reasons
05 Learn To Smile
06 Simple Simon
07 Roller Skating
08 Feel Good
09 Body Language
10 Can You
11 Doctor
12 I Wont Follow
13 The Loved One
14 Scratch
15 Wishy Washy
16 Just Keep Walking
17 Jumping
18 On A Bus
19 We Are The Vegetables
20 Far Away

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John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 035-036




Episode 035
88-39: Lennon At Large: Coast To Coast (September 19-25, 1988)
Lennon Plugs Nilsson On KSAN-FM, Sept. '74
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Harry Nilsson - Produced By Lennon
Walls & Bridges; Elton NYC; UFO
[Many Rivers To Cross - Harry Nilsson (partial)]
Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradise) - John Lennon (unreleased demo)
Whatever Gets You Thru The Night - John Lennon (unreleased studio rehearsal)
Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradise) - John Lennon (studio version with Elton John)
Move Over Mrs. L - John Lennon
It's All Da-Da-Down To "Only You"
Only You - John Lennon (unreleased lead vocal version)
Immigration Situation: Summer '74
Give Me Some Truth - John Lennon (Imagine version)
Lennon & Elton at Caribou
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - Elton John (with JL)


Episode 036
88-40: Dr. Winston O'Boogie On The Air: Part II (September 26-October 2, 1988)
O'Boogie w/ Dennis Elsas on WNEW-FM, NYC 9-28-74
Discussion of Nilsson's Pussy Cats LP
Save The Last Dance For Me - Harry Nilsson
O'Boogie reads the weather
O'Boogie w/ Tom Donahue on KSAN-FM San Fransisco Late September 1974
Angel Baby - Rosey & The Originals
Brontosaurus Stomp - Roy Wood
O'Boogie w/ Elsas Continued
Showdown - Electric Light Orchestra
I Heard It Thru The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye
O'Boogie w/ Elsas Continued
Gravy Train - Splinter (w/ Bill Elliot, lead vocals
I Am The Greatest - Ringo Starr
What You Got - John Lennon
Dr. O'Boogies Down The Old Dirt Road
Down The Old Dirt Road - John Lennon

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The Style Council 1983-10-31 De Meervaart Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Style Council
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
De Meervaart
1983-10-31

01 It Just Came To Pieces
02 Money Go Round
03 Dropping Bombs On The White House
04 Heres One That Got Away
05 Micks Up
06 Long Hot Summer
07 Up For Grabs

08 Cafe Bleu/Paris Match
09 Party Chambers
10 Speak Like A Child
11 Headstart For Happiness
12 A Solid Bond In Your Heart
13 Hanging On To A Memory
14 One Nation Under a Groove
15 Speak Like A Child

min  68:21

FM - Cassette (unknown gen.) - Audacity - xACT

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Bob Dylan 1995-12-16 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA

Bob Dylan    
December 16, 1995
Electric Factory
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
   
AUD DAT Master [unknown equipment] > DAT Clone > CD > EAC > Soundforge Pro 12 > CDWave 1.98 > TLH 2.70 > FLAC


01 Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)
02 I Want You
03 All Along The Watchtower
04 Shelter From The Storm
05 Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
06 Silvio
07 Mr. Tambourine Man
08 Masters Of War
09 Love Minus Zero/No Limit
10 Dark Eyes
11 Maggie's Farm
12 Forever Young
13 Alabama Getaway
14 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
15 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35



Bob Dylan  - vocal & guitar
Bucky Baxter - pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar
John Jackson - guitar
Tony Garnier - bass
Winston Watson - drums & percussion

Patti Smith - vocals (10)


I discovered this recording while throwing out CDs recently. This master has no LB number !

I did not harm the sound of the recording in any way



Respect the Artists
Never sell - for trade only
Please do not encode to lossy formats

[2019-10-10]

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Bob Dylan 1995-12-15 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA

Bob Dylan    
December 15, 1995
Electric Factory
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
   
AUD DAT Master [unknown equipment] > DAT Clone > CD > EAC > Soundforge Pro 12 > CDWave 1.98 > TLH 2.70 > FLAC


01 Drifter's Escape
02 Man In The Long Black Coat
03 All Along The Watchtower
04 Under The Red Sky
05 It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
06 Silvio
07 Tangled Up In Blue
08 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
09 Mama, You Been On My Mind
10 Dark Eyes
11 Tombstone Blues
12 Obviously Five Believers
13 Alabama Getaway  %
14 It Ain't Me, Babe
15 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35



Bob Dylan  - vocal & guitar
Bucky Baxter - pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar
John Jackson - guitar
Tony Garnier - bass
Winston Watson - drums & percussion

Patti Smith - vocals (10)


I discovered this recording while throwing out CDs recently. This master has no LB number !
Light static for first 11 seconds of track 1 then a level fluctuation, afterwards everything okay.

I did not harm the sound of the recording in any way


Respect the Artists
Never sell - for trade only
Please do not encode to lossy formats

[2019-10-10]


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John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 033-034




Episode 033
88-37: Lennon At Large In Hollywood, Part I: The Spector Sessions (September 5-11, 1988)
Do You Wanna Dance - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
Be My Baby - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
Interview: Jim Keltner
Just Because - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
Stand By Me - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
[That'll Be The Day (partial)]
Interview: Jim Keltner (continued)
Bring It On Home To Me/Send Me Some Lovin' - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
[Peggy Sue (partial)]
Interview: Jim Keltner (cont.)
Rip It Up - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
You Can't Catch Me - John Lennon (partial)
[Thirty Days (partial)]
Slippin' & Slidin' - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)


Episode 034
88-38: Lennon At Large In Hollywood, Part II: The Nilsson Phase (September 12-18, 1988)
Lennon Can"t Catch Spector
YaYa - John Lennon (unreleased Spector take)
Ain't That A Shame - John Lennon (released Spector take)
Lennon & Nilsson: Rock & Roll People In Hollywood
Rock And Roll People - John Lennon (Menlove Ave. vsn.)
Troubador Incident #2 (w/ Nilsson, Smothers Bros. & JL)
The Pussy Cats sessions: produced by Lennon
Loop De Loop - Harry Nilsson (from Pussy Cats)
Rock Around The Clock - Harry Nilsson (ditto)
Another Life For Pussy Cats
Mucho Mungo - Nilsson & Lennon (unreleased rehearsal)
Mt. Elga - Nilsson and Lennon (unreleased rehearsal)
Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga - Harry Nilsson (from Pussy Cats)
Many Bridges To Burn: Lennon returns to NYC
Many Rivers To Cross - Harry Nilsson (unreleased rough mix)


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Prince 3121 Las Vegas Volume 4(ER007-010)


Eye Records
4 CD
Label : “Eye” Records
Catalogue : #07-08-09-10
4Disc Length : 73:07 / 79:49 / 79:17 / 73:21
Source : Audience Recordings
Sound Quality : EX
Year Of Release : 2007
Rating 4.5/5.0

Track Listing
3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, 3rd December 2006 (am)

Disc 1
1. Intro 2. Spirituality 3. Johnny B. Goode 4. Girls And Boys 5. There Was A Time (instrumental) 6. The Sun's Gonna Shine Again 7. Lolita 8. Black Sweat 9. Kiss 10. Shhh 11. Musicology 12. Tighten Up 13. Pass The Peas 14. Shake Everything You've Got 15. Joy In Repetition 16. Anotherloverholenyohead 17. Rock Lobster (instrumental) 18. If I Was Your Girlfriend

Disc 2
1. Pink Cashmere 2. Do Me, Baby - Interlude 3. 3121 4. Partyman 5. Play That Funky Music 6. Start Me Up 7. What Have You Done For Me Lately 8. (I Like) Funky Music (chant) 9. Sexy Dancer (instrumental) (including 777-9311) 10. Give It To Me Baby 11. Brick House (instrumental) 12. (I Like) Funky Music (chant) 13. It's Alright 14. What A Wonderful World (instrumental) 15. A Case Of U 16. Purple Rain

Club 3121 - 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 2nd December 2006 (am) (Part 1)
17. 3121 18. Get On The Boat 19. Love Rollercoaster - Las Vegas Jam - Get On The Boat

Disc 3
Club 3121 Aftershow - 3121 Jazz Cuisine : Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 3rd December 2006 (am)
1. Straight, No Chaser (including The Flintstones Theme) 2. Gotta Broken Heart Again (instrumental) 3. So What 4. The Chicken 5. The Munsters Theme 6. Who Is He (And What Is He To You) (including One Nation Under A Groove) 7. More Bounce To The Ounce (including Atomic Dog) 8. Sing A Simple Song (instrumental) 9. Gotta Broken Heart Again (instrumental)

Disc 4
1. When You Were Mine (snippet) - Heaven (snippet) 2. Brick House 3. Skin Tight 4. Love Rollercoaster 5. What Is Hip

Club 3121 - 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 2nd December 2006 (am) (Part 2)
6. Musicology 7. Tighten Up 8. Play That Funky Music 9. Pass The Peas 10. Shake Everything You've Got 11. Forever In My Life (instrumental) 12. 777-9311 (instrumental) 13. Everyday People (instrumental) (including Forever In My life) 14. 7 15. Anotherloverholenyohead 16. Rock Lobster (instrumental) 17. If I Was Your Girlfriend 18. If I Was Your Girlfriend 19. Let's Go Crazy

Comments
Fink's Comments  (rates this release 4.5/5.0)
The main show featured here is the 3rd December 2006 (am) and it's one of the most schizophrenic shows I have heard in a long time. The recording is very impressive with barely an audible whisper from the audience. Sure, some cock shouting "Play Let's Go Crazy" towards the end is unavoidable, but excusable. It's certainly (currently) the best quality audience recording circulating in terms of depth and clarity, and free of any problems. The opening half of the show is mundane, lifeless and bland in the extreme. Prince adds the "Happiness in a sunken form.." lazy rap to 'Girls And Boys' which is something of a rarity, however the remainder of the 73 minutes isn't worthy of mention. Disc 2 however, is almost like a completely different performer and Prince manages to really impress with a mid-section which is extraordinarily funky.

The second half of the show begins with a routine performance of 'Pink Cashmere' which segues into 'Do Me, Baby', although admittedly it is a mere few lines and not an actual "performance" of the track. Rhonda joins the band for '3121' and it's from this moment the show takes on a new lease of life. 'Partyman' is played in a slightly different arrangement and is followed by the usual 'Play That Funky Music'. This in turn is followed by a cover of the Rolling Stone's 'Start Me Up' with an audience member taking over the vocals. The Twinz grab some mic action for a cover of 'What Have You Done For Me Lately' which is pretty horrific in terms of vocal delivery. Prince picks up the bass for the remaining few songs and it's a whirlwind of funk as he instructs the band through 'Sexy Dancer' (including a portion of '777-9311'), Rick James 'Give It To Me Baby' (including a few vocals), and 'Brick House' before closing the main set with a storming 'It's Alright'. Maceo launches the encore section with 'What A Wonderful World' before Prince delivers an (admittedly impressive) 'A Case Of U' with the show closing with 'Purple Rain'. I have to say, if it hadn't been for the funky bass section on Disc 2, this show would be amongst the worst from the currently circulating Las Vegas shows - as it is, it makes it far better, but overall the show is still not worthy of great praise.

Disc 2 also includes 16 minutes from the previous nights show with the remainder being on Disc 4. Disc 3 and the opening half of Disc 4 contain the 93 (ish) minute Jazz Cuisine aftershow which took place in the early hours of Sunday 3rd December morning. The show is very enjoyable, and has a number of nice performances, but overall (especially Disc 3) it lacks the "punch" of many other Jazz Cuisine aftershows and I find my mind wandering. The instrumental performances of 'Gotta Broken Heart Again' are nice, unusual choices, but they are prone to one too many horn solo's which detract from the song itself. The only real highlight of the aftershow for me is the closing jam on 'What Is Hip?' where the band really come to a climatic ending. The aftershow recording is sublime and when one considers the circumstances it was recorded in, it's really very impressive that there is so little audience noise. The band are clear and upfront, but what I like best is that you can hear the horn volume increase/decrease as they wander around the intimate room. Disc 4 ends with an hour from the 2nd December main show, and whilst the recording is again of excellent quality, the content is very similar to countless other 3121 Las Vegas shows and not really worth any great mention. The packaging for this release is rather impressive with a 16 page booklet containing detailed tracklisting and an in-depth review spanning 4 pages. The quality of the recordings on here really cannot be faulted, however the only thing that lets down this release slightly is the fact the main show and the aftershow are rather tame in comparison to many others. That said, this is still an extremely good release, but by no means an essential release.


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Monday, January 20, 2020

John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 031-032




Episode 031
88-35 (August 22-28, 1988)
The Beatles Live In Stockholm, October 24, 1963
I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles
From Me To You - The Beatles
Roll Over Beethoven - The Beatles
You Really Got A Hold On Me - The Beatles
The Story Behind "Woman Is the Nigger Of the World"
Woman Is the Nigger Of the World - John Lennon (ac. guit.)
Woman Is the Nigger Of the World - John Lennon w/ Yoko & Elephant's Memory (One To One Concert vsn.)
Dakota Mind Movie Comedy Theatre, Featuring Peter Sellers (as produced by George Martin, and over-produced by Stephen and Dave)
A Hard Day's Night - Peter Sellers (a la Olivier)
She Loves You - Peter Sellers (a la Dr. Strangelove)
Dr. Winston O'Boogie/O'Reggae w/ Tom Donahue live on the air on KSAN-FM, San Francisco, September 1974
What You Got - John Lennon (Walls & Bridges vsn.)
Get Up, Stand Up - The Wailers (from Burnin')
John! Rastafar - I!!
Borrowed Time - John Lennon (Bermuda demo)



Episode 032
88-36 (August 29-September 4, 1988)
[original LP copies were printed with the date of August 22 on sides 1 & 3, with a 9 written over the 2 to correct it]
Apple Corps Ltd.: The Seed Is Sown
Taxman - The Beatles
Magical Mystery Tour - The Idea
Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles
Magical Mystery Tour - Their mothers shoulda known
Ariel Tour Instrumental - The Beatles (early mix of "Flying")
Hello, Goodbye - The Beatles (partial)
I Am The Walrus - The Beatles
Apple Goes Into Business
With A Little Help From My Friends - The Beatles
Things Get Nutty At Apple
Obla-di, Obla-da - The Beatles [partial]

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Prince 3121 Las Vegas Volume 3(ER005-006)


Eye Records
2 CD
Label : “Eye” Records
Catalogue : #05-06
2Disc Length : 74:49 / 78:19
Source : Audience Recordings
Sound Quality : EX
Year Of Release : 2007
Rating 4.5/5.0

Track Listing
3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, 26th November 2006 (am)

Disc 1
1. Spirituality 2. Johnny B. Goode 3. Over The Rainbow (instrumental) 4. Around The World In A Day 5. Lolita 6. Black Sweat 7. Kiss 8. Shhh 9. Musicology 10. Tighten Up 11. Ain't It Funky Now 12. Pass The Peas 13. Cream 14. U Got The Look 15. Joy In Repetition 16. Forever In My Life 17. Dance To The Music 18. Everyday People

Disc 2
1. 7 2. Song Of The Heart (including Elephants And Flowers) 3. 7 4. Elephants And Flowers 5. Anotherloverholenyohead 6. Rock Lobster 7. If I Was Your Girlfriend 8. Pink Cashmere 9. Do Me, Baby 10. One Kiss At A Time 11. Crazy (including One Nation Under A Groove) 12. Nothing Compares 2 U 13. 3121 (instrumental intro) 14. 3121 (instrumental) (including More Bounce To The Ounce - No Diggity) 15. Tell Me What It Is 16. 3121 (including Miss You) 17. Get On The Boat 18. Love Rollercoaster (including It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing - Sax A Go-Go) - Get On The Boat

Club 3121 - 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 25th November 2006 (am)
19. Crazy 20. What Have You Done For Me Lately 21. Partyman 22. It's Alright - Outro

Comments
Fink's Comments  (rates this release 4.5/5.0)
Volume 3 of the April 2007 "3121 Las Vegas" releases and again this is another excellent recording. It's of a similar quality to the previous '3121 Las Vegas Vol. 2' release in terms of audience level, but once again (as with '3121 Las Vegas Vol. 1') the bass is extremely lacking and when Prince calls for a bass line, it is practically non-existent. I guess this all comes down to personal taste - you either like something with a kick, or you don't. That's no slight on the actual quality of the recording - which I really cannot fault, but for me, I prefer a fuller recording. where the bass is evident. As for the show, this one is easily split into two separate parts.

The majority of Disc 1 features Prince (on the whole) doing what he does best with very little improvisation or interaction - 'Kiss' for example lasts a mere 2:30 and is as basic a version as you will hear. That said, the first half of the show does contain the rare inclusion of 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow / Around The World In A Day' which is the only real standout moment. Prince appears to spring to life as Larry Graham hits the stage for 'Dance To The Music' and from here onwards it's a completely different, vastly improved performance. Larry Graham is onstage long enough to (unfortunately) grab some mic action and as a perfect example of the complete lack of bass in the recording when he solo's it is nothing more than a tinny twang lacking any power - a real disappointment. '7' once again includes a small portion of 'Song Of The Heart' and Prince also recites 4 lines from 'Elephants And Flowers' before the remainder of '7' is performed. This is followed by Prince accompanying himself on guitar sings the chorus of 'Elephants And Flowers' before launching into 'Anotherloverholenyohead'. 'Pink Cashmere' (with a slight lyric change to "white cashmere") unusually includes a few lines from 'Do Me, Baby' alongside the more usual inclusion from 'One Kiss At A Time' and the main show is brought to a close. Prince was evidently in the mood to jam however, and the encore section begins with 'Crazy' which has Mike Phillips on vocoder before Prince closes the first encore section with 'Nothing Compares 2 U' - featuring the piano far more to the fore than most other versions.

The 2nd encore section contains a phenomenal 15 minute lengthy jam of '3121' with Mike Phillips once again adding various lyrical snippets with his vocoder and the jam includes a surprise duet performance of 'Tell Me What It Is' with Prince and Larry Graham. The show is brought to a close with Sheila E also guesting onstage for 'Get On The Boat' which flows into another lengthy (mainly instrumental) jam featuring a fair amount of horn embellishments and lines from various (non-Prince) tracks before returning to 'Get On The Boat' to finish. The show clocks in at around 138 minutes which also makes it one of the lengthiest of the entire 3121 Las Vegas stint. The release also includes highlights from the proceeding nights show (25th November am) which again are of a very, very high quality. Turning my attention towards the packaging and the indexing of the tracks, I have to complain yet again that the majority of tracks on here are needlessly tracked individually and the closing jam of '3121' really did not need to be split into 4 different parts - ridiculously fussy. The packaging once again serves it's purpose well with an 8 page booklet and the subtitle "Desert Groovez". Overall, this is another excellent release in this series, and a great document of the 3rd weekend.

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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Prince 3121 Las Vegas Volume 2(ER003-004)


Eye Records
2 CD
Label : “Eye” Records
Catalogue : #03-04
2Disc Length : 79:18 / 79:00
Source : Audience Recordings
Sound Quality : EX
Year Of Release : 2007
Rating 4.75/5.0

Track Listing
Club 3121 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas 19th November 2006 (am)

Disc 1
1. UK Music Hall Of Fame Video Intro 2. Thunderstorm Intro 3. 3121 4. Get On The Boat 5. Love Rollercoaster 6. Lolita 7. Black Sweat 8. Kiss 9. Shhh 10. Musicology 11. Tighten Up 12. Cream 13. U Got The Look 14. Joy In Repetition 15. 17 Days 16. Purple Rain 17. Let’s Go Crazy 18. If I Was Your Girlfriend

Disc 2
1. Pink Cashmere 2. One Kiss At A Time 3. Forever In My Life 4. Everyday People 5. Adore 6. Anotherloverholenyohead 7. Rock Lobster 8. All The Critics Love U In Las Vegas (including More Bounce To The Ounce – One Nation Under A Groove)

Club 3121 – 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 18th November 2006 (am)
9. Musicology 10. Tighten Up 11. Sexy Dancer 12. Las Vegas G-Groove 13. Pink Cashmere 14. One Kiss At A Time 15. Hope That We Can Be Together Soon 16. Heaven Must Be Like This 17. 7 18. Speech 19. Shadows And Chains (including The Chain) 20. Come Together 21. 3121 (including California Love) 22. 3121 (including More Bounce To The Ounce)


Comments
Fink's Comments  (rates this release 4.75/5.0)
One look at the set-list may suggest yet another run-of-the-mill Las Vegas routine, however don’t be fooled – this is one of the better performances from any of the 2006 shows. The performance is matched by the quality of the recording and it contains far more depth than NPG’s ‘3121 Las Vegas Vol. 1’ release. The audience are more vocal and audible on this recording than the previous weekend which is no bad thing as they do not detract from the recording in any way. This is only the second weekend of Club 3121 Las Vegas and it’s obvious Prince is still experimenting with the set-list as he makes numerous changes from the previous weekend. The show begins with the “tribute” recorded for Prince and the acceptance speech made by Prince at the UK Music Hall Of Fame the Tuesday previous to this concert (14th November) followed by a lengthy (too lengthy) “thunderstorm” intro before the show begins with ‘3121’ followed (unusually) by ‘Get On The Boat’ which flows into a jam containing the usual portion of ‘Love Rollercoaster’ (and a tiny vocal snippet of ‘Fire’ – 2 Ohio Players tracks back-to-back). The Las Vegas boredom sets in with the deadly trio of ‘Lolita / Black Sweat / Kiss’. ‘Black Sweat’ begins with a funky, lengthy keyboard intro and has Prince adding a line from ‘The Message’ by Grandmaster Flash, “Don’t push me cuz I’m close to the edge” has become, “Don’t push me cuz I’m close to yo’ mom” – cute. Unfortunately the remainder of the shows mid-section has pretty much Prince on autopilot.

The show really gets going once again when the loop for ‘Forever In My Life’ begins and Prince sets himself down at the keyboard for a fantastic version, along with ‘Everyday People’ and ‘Adore’ in quick succession. ‘Anotherloverholenyohead’ picks up the pace of the show once again (after the slightly subdued ‘Adore’) and closes with a stunning, extended, ferocious guitar climax. The show is brought to an end with ‘All The Critics Love U In Las Vegas’ which is approx 7:30(ish) and has Mike Phillips and his vocoder adding various vocals snippets from ‘One Nation Under A Groove’ amongst others – considering the excellent show which proceeded it, it comes as something of an anti-climax (for me). Disc 2 also includes around 50 minutes from the previous nights concert which again is a very similar recording to the 19th November (am) audience recording – in fact it benefits from having slightly more “bite” to it. One downside to this is the slightly increased audience level, and during the extended ‘One Kiss At A Time / Heaven Must Be Like This’ an obnoxious (and I presume drunk) bitch screams obscenities such as “Play Little Red Cor-fucking-vette”, “I think he should play it” and “I’m from the 80’s – he has to do it” – I’m amazed the person recording (who sounds close) didn’t ram his recorder up her fishbox to shut her up. Moving on. ‘Sexy Dancer’ is nothing more than a brief instrumental portion with Prince repeating “Sexy Dancer” over guitar flourishes from the song – can hardly be classed as a performance of the track.

This show also includes a great version of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’ which evolves into The Beatles ‘Come Together’ before ‘3121’ (strangely the first time the track was played at Club 3121) closes the show on a real high. My complaint about this (and the other volumes) is that the tracks are indexed separately when they really don’t need to be – having “Musicology (Including Tighten Up)” would have been far more appropriate, and why ‘3121’ has been split into two tracks on the 18th November (am) show is beyond comprehension. The packaging differs slightly to the other two volumes as it is a quad fold-out “poster” (their term, not mine) as opposed to a booklet. Overall an impressive document of the second weekend of Club 3121 with a number of rare inclusions sitting alongside the regular tracks, all presented in excellent quality.

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The Cure 2000-02-25 Vic Theater Chicago, IL



The Cure
Vic Theater
Chicago, IL
February 25, 2000

Source: Soundboard. Lineage: FM (WXRT) > ? > CDRs > CDEx > Wavelab > FLAC v1.7.1 etree edition - level 6 with verify > FLAC.

I got this show in a trade a couple of years ago. This is from the Bloodflowers promo tour where the band played in smaller venues than usual. I tried to get tickets for the show but they were sold out within a couple of seconds here. Doh! I'm pretty sure I have the correct venue information and I'm also pretty sure it was recorded off of WXRT in Chicago. The discs I received had sector boundary errors between each track so I fixed those and some sloppy edits in Wavelab. Overall, this is an excellent sounding show but there's a couple of issues with "One Hundred Years." There's a couple of dropouts at around one minute into the song. It looks like it happened during the broadcast but I'm not sure. Also, not long after the dropouts, the song fades out and "Bloodflowers" begins. It seems like an unnatural end to the song and I'd be surprised if it was performed that way.

CD 1:
01. Out Of This World
02. Watching Me Fall
03. Want
04. Fascination Street
05. The Last Day Of Summer
06. Maybe Someday
07. From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
08. In Between Days
09. If Only Tonight We Could Sleep

CD 2:
01. 39
02. Prayers For Rain
03. One Hundred Years
04. Bloodflowers

-Encore 1-
05. A Strange Day
06. A Forest

-Encore 2-
07. Just Like Heaven
08. Boys Don't Cry

-Encore 3-
09. The Figurehead
10. Disintegration

Line-up:
Robert Smith
Simon Gallup
Jason Cooper
Perry Bamonte
Roger O'Donnell

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John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 029-030



Episode 029
88-33 (August 8-14, 1988)
The Beatles Live On "Our World," June 25, 1967
All You Need Is Love - The Beatles
Watching the Wheels - John Lennon (Bermuda ac. guit demo)
Dakota Mind Movie Theatre Double Feature
Opening Act: Juanito Julio Lenono Live At Chi-Chi's Cafe
Headliner: The Return Of the Return Of Maurice DuPont Agent Provocatuer Du Jour, RET. (Report Three; 1978)
The Beatles Live (on tape) on "The Ed Sullivan Show" Feb. 23, 1964 (recorded Feb. 9, 1964)
Twist & Shout Please Please Me - The Beatles
I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles
Inside the Imagine Sessions w/ Drummer Alan White
How Do You Sleep - John Lennon (partial) [unreleased take]
Crippled Inside - John Lennon (unreleased early take)
Oh, Yoko - John Lennon (partial)
Imagine - John Lennon (unrel. early take)


Episode 030
88-34 (August 15-21, 1988)
Sally & Billy - John Lennon (partial; unreleased 1970)
Sally & Billy - John Lennon (unreleased; Mid-70's)
Frolicking In the Myth
I Can't Get No Nookie - The Masked Marrauders (partial)
Have You Heard the Word - The Fut (partial)
Lullaby For A Lazy Day - Grapefruit (partial) [demo]
Lullaby - Grapefruit
Sleepy Blind Lemon Lennon & Dwarf McDougal Sing the Blues
I'm A Man - John Lennon (partial)
The Case Of the Blues - John Lennon (unreleased)
It's So Hard - John Lennon (Imagine outtake)
Send Me Some Lovin' - John Lennon (Unreleased)
Nobody Loves You - John Lennon (Menlove USA)
The Story Behind "I'm Losing You"
Strangers Room - John Lennon (partial)
I'm Losing You - John Lennon (Bermuda demo)
I'm Losing You - John Lennon (Double Fantasy version)
New York City - John Lennon (Unreleased; earliest demo)
New York City - John Lennon (unreleased; later demo)

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Bob Dylan 1992-09-05 Orpheum Theater Omaha, NE

Bob Dylan
Orpheum Theater
Omaha, NE
1992-09-05

01 Introduction - Everything Is Broken
02 Lay, Lady, Lay
03 All along the Watchtower
04 Under the Red Sky
05 I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
06 Simple Twist of Fate
07 Silvio
08 Little Moses
09 Boots of Spanish Leather
10 John Brown
11 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
12 Unbelievable
13 Ballad of a Thin Man
14 The Times They Are a-Changin'
15 Maggie's Farm - audience
16 E Man in the Long Black Coat
17 Highway 61 Revisited
18 It Ain't Me, Babe

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Bob Dylan, Orpheum Theater, Omaha, Nebraska, 5 September 1992
taper: Legendary Taper F
lineage:
Sennheiser MKE-2002 Binaural Microphones >
Sony Digital Audio Tape-Corder Digital Audio Tape Walkman TCD-D3 >
DAT (master) > DAT clone > TDK DA-120 Digital Audio Tape >
***Transfer 6 August 2019 by LTA***
TASCAM DA-30 Digital Audio Tape Recorder (Digital Output Coaxial S/PDIF IEC 958 Type II) >
Cable Mountain 24k Gold Plated Single RG59 Shielded Coaxial Phono Cable for SPDIF/Digital Audio >
M-Audio MicroTrack II Professional 2-Channel Mobile Digital Recorder (S/PDIF) >
Hi-Speed USB Revision 2.0 Shielded 28AWG/2C+28AWG/2C E101344 AVM Style 2725 80° C 30 V Space Shuttle-C >
Apple USBXHCIPPT USB 3.0 Bus > iMac 18,3 4,2 GHz Intel Core i7 / macOS Mojave 10.14.6 (18G87) >
WAV >
HairerSoft Amadeus Pro 2.6 (2168) (balance,level,tracking) >
iZotope Ozone Audio Editor (64-bit) 7.0.0.218 (Spectral Repair,De-click,De-clip) >
iZotope Ozone 8.00 b820OSX 10.14 (Spectral Shaper) >
xACT 2.47 (7974) >
FLAC16/48 0.5664 (18 files), tags, ffp, md5
same recording as LB-04584
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Bob Dylan 1992-07-02 Belfort-Malsaucy Belfort, France


Bob Dylan
Les Eurockéennes De Belfort
Site de Belfort-Malsaucy
Scène A
c
1992-07-02

01 A Hazy Shade of Winter
02 You're a Big Girl Now
03 All along the Watchtower
04 Simple Twist of Fate
05 I and I
06 Tangled up in Blue
07 It Ain't Me, Babe
08 Little Moses

Thanks everybody!
(after "Little Moses")

09 Gates of Eden
10 Mr. Tambourine Man
11 Like a Rolling Stone - audience

   (encore)
12 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
13 Blowin' in the Wind - audience
89:05

A Hazy Shade of Winter    Paul Frederic Simon [Paul Simon]
Little Moses    Myrtle Bayes — Arranged by A. P. Carter [Alvin Pleasant Delaney Carter]

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Bob Dylan, Les Eurockéennes De Belfort, Scène A, Site de Belfort-Malsaucy, Evette-Salbert, Belfort, 2 July 1992
taper: Legendary Taper A
location: sitting on lawn, DFC
lineage:
Sennheiser MKE-2002 Binaural Microphones >
Aiwa HD-S-100 Digital Audio Tape Recorder >
Maxell R-120DM Digital Audio Tape Metal Particle (master) >
TASCAM DA-30 Digital Audio Tape Recorder (Digital Output Coaxial S/PDIF IEC 958 Type II) >
Cable Mountain 24k Gold Plated Single RG59 Shielded Coaxial Phono Cable for SPDIF/Digital Audio >
TASCAM DR-100mkIII Linear PCM Recorder  3.5mm (1/8”) TRS jack (using dedicated conversion cable) IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF) >
Hi-Speed USB Revision 2.0 Shielded 28AWG/2C+28AWG/2C E101344 AVM Style 2725 80° C 30 V Space Shuttle-C >
Apple USBXHCIPPT USB 3.0 Bus > iMac 18,3 4,2 GHz Intel Core i7 / macOS Mojave 10.14.6 (18G1012) >
WAV > HairerSoft Amadeus Pro 2.6.2 (2217) (balance,level,tracking) >
Audacity 2.3.2.0 (truncate silence) >
iZotope RX 7 Audio Editor Advanced 7.0.0.218 (De-Click) >
xACT 2.48 (8173) >
FLAC16/48), tags, ffp, md5
***New Transfer 13 November 2019 by LTA***
fingerprints:
t02 [male] "Il y a des mecs qui font la chasse aux appareils photos là-bas." at 0:20
t06 [male] "Hey, Zimmerman!" at 8:25
same recording as LB-14399, but this is from the master DAT
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The Style Council 1985-09-13 Teatro Tenda Lampugnano Milano, Italy


The Style Council (TSC)
Teatro Tenda Lampugnano, Milano - Italy

13th September 1985


Here's an old TSC's gig during their fame period.
It comes from an audience walkman recording of unknown generation that I received
many years ago in a tape trade. The audio quality is a common, average walkman recording of that time,
sometimes it sounds a bit distant but can be pleasantly listened.
After the first 5 or 6 songs the audience become less noisy so the music part become more audible.
The show is complete and there's no missing song, only the tracks 1 and 12 are partially recorded.
Happy listening and best wishes everybody!

Known lineage:
Sony HF90 unkn gen tape > Audacity 2.0 wav audio aquisition and tracks splitting > FLAC Frontend flac files encoding
(level=6), flac files fingerprints > mkwACT whole file set signature > dime.


Band line up:
Paul Weller: Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica
Mick Talbot: Keyboards, Vocals
Camelle Hinds: Bass, Backing Vocals
Dee C. Lee: Vocals
Steve White: Drums
Steve Sidelynk: Percussion


Setlist:

01. A Man Of Great Promise* (02:13)
02. Boy Who Cried Wolf (04:07)
03. Shout To The Top (03:35)
04. The Lodgers (Or She Was Only a Shopkeeper's Daughter) (04:57)
05. The Big Boss Groove (05:02)
06. It Just Came To Pieces In My Hands (02:53)
07. Luck (02:40)
08. See The Day (04:35)
09. With Everything To Lose (04:01)
10. The Whole Point Of No Return > A Stone's Throw Away (04:46)
11. Band's intro > Bass, Drums & Percussion Instrumental Jam (03:49)
12. Our Favourite Shop° (02:14)
13. Long Hot Summer (03:46)
14. (When You) Call Me (03:45)
15. Homebreakers (05:15)
16. Walls Come Tumbling Down - audience noise (03:56)
17. You're The Best Thing (05:00)
18. Money-Go-Round - audience noise (06:02)
19. My Ever Changing Moods (04:30)
20. Internationalists (05:35)

Total running time: 01:22:49


*= already begun
°= first minute is missing due to tape flip




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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Prince 3121 Las Vegas Volume 1(ER001-002)



Eye Records
2 CD
Label :
“Eye” Records
Catalogue :
#01-02
2Disc Length :
73:02 / 79:40
Source :
Audience Recordings
Sound Quality :
EX
Year Of Release :
2007
Rating 4.25/5.0

Track Listing
Club 3121 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas 12th November 2006 (am)

Disc 1
1. Intro 2. Spirituality 3. Johnny B. Goode  4. Over The Rainbow (instrumental) 5. Around The World In A Day  6. Lolita  7. Black Sweat  8. Kiss 9. Shhh 10. Musicology 11. Tighten Up  12. Cream  13. U Got The Look 14. Joy In Repetition 15. 17 Days 16. 7 17. Never Going Back Again  18. Song Of The Heart  19. Anotherloverholenyohead 20. Rock Lobster  21. If I Was Your Girlfriend

Disc 2
1. Pink Cashmere 2. One Kiss At A Time 3. Heaven Must Be Like This 4. Get On The Boat  5. Get On The Boat 6. Love Rollercoaster

Club 3121 – 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 11th November 2006 (am)
7. Musicology 8. Tighten Up 9. 7  10. Never Going Back Again 11. Song Of The Heart  12. Anotherloverholenyohead  13. Rock Lobster 14. Fury 15. Purple Rain 16. Let’s Go Crazy

Chaka Khan (“Prince presents”) – Club 3121 @ Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas : 15th November 2006
17. I Feel For You 18. You Got The Love 19. I’m Every Woman

Comments
Fink's Comments  (rates this release 4.25/5.0)A very impressive audience recording of the 2nd night at Club 3121 with the show itself being a major improvement over the previous night (on ‘The Holy Casino’ in it’s complete form). Prince is far more prone to improvisation and the show benefits greatly from this along with a number of set-list additions which have only made rare (if ever again) appearances since. The recording is surprisingly excellent and is sharper, clearer and cleaner than the previous best of ‘The Holy Casino’ release. The only slight downside to the excellence of the recording is that the sound is lacking any real depth and the bass in particular is practically non-existent and lacking any kick. That said, simply due to the clarity of the recording it’s easily overlooked.
As mentioned previously, the show is far superior to the previous night with Prince is a far more relaxed, playful, interactive mood which reflects in both the performance and the set-list. ‘Spirituality’ is proceeded by an extended “thunderstorm” intro (which perhaps may have been better left off simply due to it’s length) and as with the previous night segues into ‘Johnny B. Goode’. This is followed by 1 minute of ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ played by Prince on guitar which serves as an interlude for a very rare performance of ‘Around The World In A Day’. On the one hand it is a joy to hear this played live after almost 19 years, however this version unfortunately morphs into a showcase for various band members (including The Twinz). Back to Las Vegas normality for the trio of ‘Lolita / Black Sweat / Kiss’ followed by a forgettable mid-section up until ‘Joy In Repetition’ – not as impressive as the 2002 version, but still a killer track live. ’17 Days’ (sung by The Twinz with correct lyrics this time) is followed by ‘7’ which once again contains a repeated vocal of “This song, this song of the heart” and a small portion of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Never Going Back Again’.

Disc 2 begins with a fairly pedestrian version of ‘Pink Cashmere’ which segues into an extended solo portion by Mike Phillips and includes a few lines from ‘One Kiss At A Time’ along with part of the Ohio Players ‘Heaven Must Be Like This’. The closing encore jam of ‘Get On The Boat’ has Prince proclaiming, “We gonna play this for 2 hours” – he doesn’t. He does however turn the performance into three different jams each one as excellent as the last. It begins with a pretty straightforward version of the track before changing into a slowed-down, lazy groove played at half-speed, before finally coming to a halt after a funked-up jam which incorporates the horn line from ‘Get On The Boat’ (which Morris Hayes appears to be playing, as opposed to the horn section) alongside ‘Love Rollercoaster’. The show ends with Prince leading the crowd through the Wizard Of Oz chant from ‘It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night’. Excellent show considering it follows the very stale performance from 11th November (am), some rare choices, and an excellent recording. Disc 2 also includes part of the 11th November (am) show from the previous night and it should be noted this is not the same recording as ‘The Holy Casino’. It’s of similar excellence to the main show featured here (12th November am).

The release closes out with part of Chaka Khan’s set from one of the ill-fated “Prince presents…” Wednesday night’s which started well, then fizzled out. Ironically this recording is the best of the 3 on here in terms of depth and all-round quality. The accompanying packaging is decent, and whilst it is lacking any real info (opening weekend review, perhaps?) it would be cruel to criticise too much as it serves it’s purpose well. Be under no illusion this release comes from the people responsible for releasing under the name of Premium/Ladybird/New Purple Groovez, however to their credit this is one of the best releases in their entire catalogue(s) simply due to the enjoyable content and the excellence of their recordings.

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Friday, January 17, 2020

John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 027-028



Episode 027
88-31 (July 25-31, 1988)
Spring '72 Studio Jams w/ Elephant's Memory Encore
Roll Over Beethoven - John Lennon
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / I'll Be Lookin' For You - John Lennon
Lennon On Dylan, Revisited
Corrina Corrina - John Lennon
Serve Yourself - John Lennon (B-113 "M.O.T.H.A.R." vsn.)
The Best Things In Life Are Free - John Lennon
The Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus
Untitled Warm-up Jam: John Lennon/Eric Clapton/Keith Richard/Mitch Mitchell
Yer Blues - same line-up as above
Her Blues - Ono/Lennon/Richard/Mitchell/Gitlis et. al.
Jesse Ed Davis Tribute, part 1
Farther On Down the Road (You Will Accompany Me) - Jesse Ed Davis
Mucho Mungo - John Lennon ("Mucho Jesse" take)
Jesse Ed Davis Tribute, Part 2
Mucho Mungo - Jesse Ed Davis
[God Help And Breed You All - John Trudell (partial)]
Beef Jerky - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Nuclear Band w/ Davis on lead guitar


Episode 028
88-32 (August 1-7, 1988)
P.S. I Love You - The Beatles
Please Please Me - The Beatles
From Me To You - The Beatles (with countoff)
From Me To You - Del Shannon (partial)
Do You Want To Know A Secret - The Beatles (early mix)
Twist & Shout - The Beatles (partial)
There's A Place - The Beatles
I Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles
Baby, It's You - The Beatles (partial)
She Loves You - The Beatles
I Wanna Be Your Man - The Beatles (partial)
I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones (partial)
I'm In Love - The Fourmost
It Won't Be Long - The Beatles
I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles

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Tin Machine 1991-10-22 Oslo Konserthus Oslo, Norway

Tin Machine - 1991-10-22 - Oslo Konserthus, Oslo, Norway (Aud Flac) - Incomplete Concert Recording.

Audience Recording Unknown Generation generation.

Lineage:-D/L WeTransfer, Flac audio format.

Re-tracked, Incomplete concert recording.

Unfortunately my knoweledge of this concert is sketchy and have very little info about it.
This comes across as quite a reasonable audience recording,
has a strong emphasis on the music without drowning out the vocals too much. Quite enjoyable
and engaging setlist, what there is of it. SQ 7, Does sound tinny and distant in places but not detrimental.
Very enthusiastic audience.

Setlist:-

01 - [intro]
02 - Bus Stop
03 - Sacrifice Yourself
04 - Goodbye Mr. Ed
05 - I Can't Read
06 - One Shot
07 - Go Now
08 - Betty Wrong
09 - You Can't Talk

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