Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Jackson Browne 1971-03-27 The Jabberwocky Syracuse, NY

LDB Vintage Series #004

Hi there! After closing both my Master and Special series I took a break from seeding, enjoying life and most of all
preparing for a new series! This is not going to be as frequent as my previous ones, I'll be seeding shows from time
to time so don't expect massive volumes here.

Why a "vintage" series? Because music in the 70's and 80's was really something...so different, so special with "that" kind
of sound which you don't find anymore. That was the era of real music without the internet, of long tours and enjoyable live
shows spanning from metal to new wave, progressive, jazz, fusion, pop. So many bands were born and disappeared during those
two decades.

I am then celebrating the 70's and the 80's and their unmistakeable sound in this LDB Vintage Series. You will find many bands
I have never seeded in the past but that I still enjoy listening to. Most of these come from low generation tapes that were traded
around that period, many radio broadcasts and overall lots of surprises.

Hope you will enjoy this new series!

Syracuse, The Jabberwocky
March 27, 1971

Opening for Bonnie Raitt

1st Set:

01.Introduction / Under The Falling Sky 
02.World To Gain 
03.Together Again 
04.Mae Jean 
05.Last Time I Was Home 
06.Jesus In 3/4 Time 
07.My Opening Farewell 
08.Introduction / From Silver Lake 
09.Rock Me On The Water
10.Jamaica Say You Will 

2nd Set:

11.Together Again 
12.Take It Underground 
13.When You Lose Your Money
14.Our Lady Of The Well 
15.These Days
16.Someday Morning 
17.Shadow Dream Song 
18.Song For Adam
19.Looking Into You

TT 86:01

Lineage: Radio broadcast > n generation tape > TEAC Tape Deck AD-RW900 > Creative Sound Blaster Recon 3D >
HD > SoundForge Pro 10.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Jackson Browne: vocals, guitar, piano
Tom Jones: guitar

I am not a huge J.Browne fan but these early shows have a kind of magic. Simply acoustic, in front of a few dozen of people, these shows
had proved that in the early 70's there were a bunch of crafted musicians who endlessly toured little clubs and bars here and there in the
country and from these early gigs one could recognise the seeds of a future stardom in the likes of Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Billy
Joel and many more.

This one is not in the tracker and is not sourced by any boot. It is hissy and by no mean perfect but still enjoyable. Jackson was promoting
his debut album and introducing some newer material. Great listening!



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