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10-21-03 10:49 AM
T&A NYC - Lone Star Cafe 1986 - from a video feed. Horrible version...the singer should be shot on sight.
10-21-03 10:53 AM
steel driving hammer Thanks, I was actually waiting for the answer from you.

I knew you'd come through with it.

Cheers.
10-21-03 10:55 AM
steel driving hammer But wait, from what I remember, Mick Taylor was singing no?

The audio is EX as well.

It's been years since I listened to it however.
10-21-03 10:57 AM
Joey " Joey Baby why are you never in the afternoon chats???? "

I am terribly afraid that someone might " Kobe " me whilst in the room .

Shiver .............................................

" Poop Chute Me Ronnie "


Skee Shoot !



10-21-03 11:04 AM
T&A No, it's not MT singing. Some hack. In recent years, of course, when MT plays CYHMK, he only plays the second part of the song as an instrumental.

Speaking of "instrumentals" - I was just reminded of one of my all-time favorite lines - Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks - he introduces a song in concert - "this is an instrumental....oh, it's got some words, too." Always loved that. Hicks is one cool dude...
10-25-03 07:02 AM
egon thanks for the replies/input/ideas!

cheers & nice w/e,

egon
10-26-03 01:00 AM
Phog Egon...what's up with the rectal-examining rabbit?
10-26-03 04:39 AM
mac_daddy
quote:
Phog wrote:
Egon...what's up with the rectal-examining rabbit?

that is from a movie - I just can't remember which one...

Phog - were you the one that started the Pixies thread? I just came across these...

The Pixies
November 23, 1991
New York, New York
The Ritz

Recorded by Scott Simpson
Sony WMd6

1st gen tape > egosys wt2496 > Wavelab > CDR > SHN

Notes : Sometime inbetween songs Taper brings down mic for 5 seconds to give
arm a break. Also during Is She Weird and Navajo Know mic goes down for a bit

This was the earlier Pixies Trompe Le Mode Tour Where Eric Drew Feldman
From Opening Act Pere Ubu played Keyboards

1. Wave of Mutilation (Surf)
2. Where is My Mind?
3. Ed is Dead
4. Nimrods Son
5. Vamos
6. Mr.Grieves
7. Subacultha
8. Dead
9. Crakity Jones
10. DRT
11. Dance the Manta Ray
12. Lovely Day
13. Caribou
14. All over the World
15. Allison
16. Velouria
17. The Happening
18. Is she weird (muffled)
19. Navajo Know (muffled)
20. Motorway to Roswell
21. Monkey Gone to Heavan
22. Gouge Away
23. Bird Dream of Olympus Mons
24. Planet of Sound
25. Head on (Jesus and MAry Chain Cover)
26. UMass

_-_-_-_-_

The Pixies
February 5, 1992
New York, New York
The Ritz

Recorded by Scott Simpson
Sony WMd6

1st gen tape > egosys wt2496 > Wavelab > CDR > SHN

This show was the original Pixies lineup without any keyboards
Black Francis, Kim Deal, Joey Santiago, David Lovering

Features the "Surf Set" for the first 5 songs, all instrumentals till
Track 6

1. Velvet Instrumental
2. Brick IS Read
3. Something Against You
4. Ana
5. Cecilia Ann
6. Levitate Me
7. Stormy Weather
8. All over the World
9. The Happening
10. Sad Punk
11. Rock Music (Aborted)
12. Cactus
13. DRT
14. Subacultha
15. Here Comes Your Man
16. Dead
17. Manta Ray
18. Head On
19. UMass
20. Motorway to Roswell
21. Letter to Memphis
22. Palace of Brine
23. Planet of Sound
24. Bird Dream of Olympus Mons
25. Trompe Le Monde
26. Is She Weird
27. Caribou
28. Mr.Grieves
29. Weird at my school
30. Nimrods Son
31. Debaser

_-_-_-_-_

Frank Black
New Orleans, LA
July 3, 1993
Tipatinas Nightclub

Frank Black : Guitar and Vocals
Tony Mamone : Bass
Nick Vincent : Drums
Eric Drew Feldman : Keyboard and Synthetics
Joseph Alberto Santiago : Guitars

Soundboard> House tape deck>XLII>1st gen XLII > wt2496> Wavelab > CDR > SHN

1. Intro Tape
2. Organ Intro
3. Fear
4. War
5. Tossed
6. I Heard Ramona Sing
7. Los Angeles
8. Fu Manchu
9. Adda Lee
10. Hang on to Your Ego
11. Freedom Rock
12. Parry the Wind high low
13. Ten Percenter
14. Two Spaces
15. Old Black Dawning
16. Dont Ya Rile Em
17. This is where I belong (slight cut at beggining)
18. Duke of Earl
19. Places Named after Numbers
20. Every Time I go Round Here
21. Czar

how do they look to you?
10-26-03 01:45 PM
Phog Mac Daddy, check your PM.
10-27-03 07:50 AM
egon phog, they are just friends...
10-27-03 08:51 AM
mac_daddy anyone ever hear of this one..?

ROLLING STONES - RAW POWER
label: Blue Moon BMCD41
Tracks 1-4 Live at the Camden Theatre, London, March 19, 1964
Track 5 NME Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, April 26, 1964
Tracks 6-10 Regent Sound Studios, London, May 27-31, 1964 (w/ Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones)
Tracks 11-21 Live at L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, April 18, 1965
Track 22 Mick & Keith's rough demo, London, October 20, 1965.
Soundboard Recording


CD 1
1. Route 66
2. Cops & Robbers
3. You Better Move On
4. Mona
5. Not Fade Away
6. We're Wastin' Time
7. If You Let Me (Instrumental)
8. (Walkin' Thru The) Sleepy City
9. Try A Little Harder
10. Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind
11. Around & Around
12. Off The Hook
13. Time Is On My Side
14. Carol
15. It's All Over Now
16. Little Red Rooster
17. Route 66
18. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
19. The Last Time
20. I'm Alright
21. Hey, Crawdaddy
22. Going Home
10-27-03 10:06 PM
Gazza >So you both are saying prior to the Licks version(utterly horrible) CYHMK was never played live?

according to the Stones - no. The reality is they almost certainly attempted it a couple of times early on in on the 1971 Uk tour (probably Newcastle and Glasgow) before abandoning it. Bobby Keys is on record as saying they definitely played it a couple of times then. There isnt a recording of it unfortunately but it shows that they obviously weren't able to pull it off when Taylor was in the band. It was never played again by the Stones until 2002.

asp ointed out by SDH and others, Bill's book is however awash with factual errors in the setlists. For example, he claims they played "Johnny B Goode" (as well as "bye bye johnny" which they DID play) on the 1972 tour,which is utter nonsense.

Josh - you might want to peruse our setlists page on this site which will give you an idea of when each song was first played and last played as well as setlists for every known show since 1962. Gerardo's in the midst of uploading some corrections and updates so it should be as present and correct as I can get it very soon.

as for the non appearance of "Some girls" in 1978. maybe it was because of the controversy surrounding the song's lyrics at the time, but the setlist as it was in 1978 was already almost 50% "Some girls" material (8 songs practically every night in a 85 minute set)
10-27-03 10:09 PM
mac_daddy
quote:
anyone ever hear of this one..?

ROLLING STONES - RAW POWER
label: Blue Moon BMCD41
Tracks 1-4 Live at the Camden Theatre, London, March 19, 1964
Track 5 NME Poll Winners Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, April 26, 1964
Tracks 6-10 Regent Sound Studios, London, May 27-31, 1964 (w/ Jimmy Page & John Paul Jones)
Tracks 11-21 Live at L'Olympia Theatre, Paris, April 18, 1965
Track 22 Mick & Keith's rough demo, London, October 20, 1965.
Soundboard Recording

well I just finished listening to it for the first time right now, and it sounds CLEAN!!!

OK, some of it sounds better than the rest, but the song selection and performances are top notch!

I will send out a copy to the first person that PM's me promising to re-offer it to the board.


Man Alive! Brian sure could play the harmonica...

oh (this is completely unrelated, and is directed at the two of you that had contacted me about the Strokes source)...

the last one I listed sounded kinda bad, so I didnt bother with it. However, I just received this one, and it sounds better, and should give you a good taste of how they sound on this current tour. I will get it out to both of you as quickly as I can...

The Strokes
UMBC Fieldhouse (Baltimore, Maryland)
10-12-2003

Taper: Damien Rockwell

Source:
Sony TCD-D100
SP-CMC-18>SP-SPSB-1

Generation of this source: DAT(M)>CDR1>.shn

Setlist:
Under Control
Alone Together
What Ever Happened
Someday
Reptilia
Between Love And Hate
Hard To Explain
I Can't Win
The Modern Age
12:51
New York City Cops
The End Has No End
Automatic Stop
Last Nite
The Way It Is
Soma
You Talk Way Too Much
Take It Or Leave It
10-28-03 08:27 AM
mac_daddy this one just came in, too.

listened to the first few tracks this am, and the sound quality and performance sound quite good. more on this one later...

ROLLING STONES - LIVE AT THE SUPERDOME / NEW ORLEANS '94
The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-181~2
Oct. 10, 1994 Superdome Arena, New Orleans
Soundboard Recording 9~9.5/10
source: Silver CDs > CDR > FLAC

CD 1
1. Intro
2. Not Fade Away
3. Tumbling Dice
4. You Got Me Rocking
5. Shattered
6. Rocks Off
7. Sparks Will Fly
8. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
9. Beast Of Burden
10. Out Of Tears
11. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
12. I Go Wild
13. It's All Over Now

CD 2
1. Miss You
2. Honky Tonk Women
3. Before They Make Me Run
4. The Worst
5. Love Is Strong
6. Monkey Man
7. Street Fighting Man
8. Start Me Up
9. It's Only Rock'n'Roll
10. Brown Sugar
11. Jumping Jack Flash

TIME 58:06 / 59:05
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