July 26, 2014

The Faces - Detroit, 1974

A real rock-in-your-face show with The Faces with Rod Stewart on August 24, 1974 in Detroit, Michigan.
I don't know if this a copy of the Stay With Me unofficial release (cover reproduced here), but the tracklist is similar.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard
  
Track List:
01 - Stay With Me
02 - Motherless Child
03 - Gasoline Alley
04 - (I Know) I'm Losing You
05 - Bring It On Home To Me
06 - Sweet Little Rock n Roller
07 - Maggie May
08 - Too Bad
09 - Every Picture Tells a Story
10 - Twistin' The Night Away

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July 21, 2014

Golden Earring - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1982

Golden Earring caught live in Amsterdam on September 1982, just a month after the album Cut was released.
This band always does great and intense shows and I'm always looking for more recordings of them. This one is incomplete and has some FM static interference.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - Candy's Going Bad
02 - Leather
03 - No For An Answer
04 - Save Your Skin
05 - Twilight Zone
06 - Radar Love
07 - Slow Down (cut)

Files:
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July 16, 2014

Midnight Oil - Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London 1993

Today we have the Australian band Midnight Oil on a different contribution by our friend The Rippin' Frog.


Midnight Oil won eleven Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Awards during its career, including induction into the Hall of Fame in 2006. At the induction, ARIA chairman Denis Handlin described Midnight Oil as true legends that always led by example in a uniquely Australian way with music that is powerful, uncompromising, inspiring, entertaining and enduring.

Their highly politically/eco engaged themes are still timeless and  as relevant as ever!


This great set would be as close to "Unpluged" as these guys could be!

Seen them in the 80ies  one of the best live act ever !


Tracks:
01 - Feeding Frenzy
02 - The Dead Heart
03 - My Country
04 - Blue Sky Mine
05 - Sell My Soul
06 - Truganini
07 - Warakurna
08 - Short Memory
09 - Beds Are Burning
10 - Earth And Sun And Moon

Band Line Up:
Bones Hillman: Bass, Vocals
Martin Rotsey: Guitars, Vocals
Robert Hirst: Drums, Vocals
Peter Garrett: Lead Vocals
Jim Moginie: Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals

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July 13, 2014

John Mayall with Mick Taylor - The Keystone, Berkeley 1982

Another one with Mick Taylor but now as part of the John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers band, playing at The Keystone, Berkeley on January 16,1982.
This is the late show, it probably ended past midnight, and being January 17 it was Mick Taylor's birthday.
And let's not forget Colin Allen on drums and John McVie on bass.
The rest of the band is not that bad either... 



Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - An Eye For An Eye (volume fluctuations)
02 - Band Intros
03 - Rock It In The Pocket
04 - Have You Heard
05 - Black Cat Moan
06 - My Time After A While
07 - The Stumble
08 - Oh Pretty Woman (fades in)
09 - Checkin' Up On My Baby
10 - Road Show
11 - Aud/talk
12 - Room To Move
13 - Happy Birthday Mick Taylor

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July 8, 2014

Mick Taylor - Lone Star Café, New York (1986)

A nice Mick Taylor presentation at the Lone Star Cafe, where he is joined on stage by Keith Richards for the last two songs. Mick and band played two shows on this day, the 28th December, this recording was made from the second set.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - Soliloquy
02 - Put it Where You Want It
03 - Red House
04 - Giddy Up
05 - Key To The Highway *
06 - Can't You Hear Me Knockin' *
* with Keith Richards

Files:
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July 4, 2014

John Lee Hooker - Bellstar Lounge, Colden, 1979

A recording with the great blues artist John Lee Hooker, here playing with the Coast To Coast Blues Band at the Bellstar Lounge, Colden.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 My Baby Left Me
02 Insturmental
03 Losin' Hand
04 Raining ?
05 One Burbon One Scotch and One Beer
06 Serve Me Right to Suffer
07 Rock Steady
08 When My First Wife Left Me
09 Boogie Chillun

Files:
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FLAC pt2

July 1, 2014

Hubert Sumlin & David Johansen - Howlin' For Hubert (Live)

Soundaboard has the Blues again, thanks to the Rippin' Frog.


Hubert SUMLIN with David JOHANSEN – Howlin’ for Hubert (Live) 2004
Live, Chicago Blues Festival June 10,2004

David JOHANSEN ex NY dolls !

Hubert Sumlin, now 78, is used to playing concerts like “Howlin’ for Hubert,” at the Jazz Standard through this weekend.
He was the guitarist who played the silvery leads on Howlin’ Wolf’s great Chicago blues records of the 1950s and ’60s.
On Thursday every tune was from Howlin’ Wolf’s songbook, and Wolf’s name scarcely needed to be mentioned. It’s a Hubert Sumlin gig now.
It helps if Wolf’s voice can be invoked, though, and that explained the presence of David Johansen. Mr. Johansen, who has worked with Mr. Sumlin before, is naturally comical with his baritone. His version of Howlin’ Wolf got at the broad humor that was always there, no matter how many times Wolf has been compounded into a feral myth.
Mr. Johansen also has a healthy sense of shtick: In songs like “Three Hundred Pounds of Joy” and “Who’s Been Talkin’,” he was full of eager petulance, a skinny man trying to fill out an extra-large suit.
But the real action arrived a little later. The guitarist James Blood Ulmer joined the band halfway through the set, and now there were three guitars, including that of Jimmy Vivino, of late-night television’s Max Weinberg 7, who acted as  the evening’s musical director. And at the luckiest moments, there were triple-deckered guitar solos through slow music, showing completely different approaches to the instrument.
Mr. Sumlin — who sang, in a thin voice, on one song, “Sitting on Top of the World” — plucked his leads with his fingers, mostly restricting himself to the three higher strings. He was playing a Fender Stratocaster, and he made the most of that guitar’s vocal-sounding tones, with glottal stops and throaty cries.
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Hubert Sumlin- Guitar
David Johansen- Vocals & Harmonica
LeVon Helm- Drums
Jimmy Vivino- Piano
Mike Merritt- Bass
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01. Built for Comfort
02. Little Red Rooster
03. Evil
04. Backdoor Man
05. Spoonful
06. 300 Pounds of Joy
07. Tail Dragger
08. Sittin’ On Top of the World
09. Where Did My Baby Go
10. Who’s Been Talking
12. Killing Floor
13. Wand Dang Doodle

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June 29, 2014

Rory Gallagher - Alternate BBC Sessions 1971-1977

These Rory Gallagher Alternate BBC Sessions comprise recordings not officially released made along the seventies, being the majority from 1971 to 1973.



Sound Quality: 9.5 (although issues on some tracks liken CD ripping errors)

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
 - Disc 1 -
8/12/71 Paris Theater, London:
01.Maybe I Will
02.I Could've Had Religion
03.Crest of a Wave        
04.Messin' with the Kid
1/7/72 BBC:
05.Tore Down
06.Used To Be
07.Hoodoo Man
08.Pistol Slapper Blues
09.The Cuckoo
10.Going to my Hometown
11.In Your Town  

 - Disc 2 -
01.Bullfrog Blues
7/10/72 Bob Harris Show:
02.I Could've Had Religion
03.Messin' with the Kid
04.The Cuckoo
2/5/73 Tommy Vance Show:
05.a.Walk on Hot Coals
05.b.Banker's Blues
2/21/73 Saturday Rock Show:
05.Unmilitary Two Step
06.If I Had a Reason      
5/12/73 Saturday Rock Show:
07.Tattoo'd Lady  
08.Cradle Rock
09.A Million Miles Away
6/20/74 Bob Harris Show:
10.Tattoo'd Lady            
11.Messin' with the Kid
8/19/77 N. Horne Show
14.I Will Take What I Want

Files:
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2
FLAC d1 pt1
FLAC d1 pt2
FLAC d2 pt1
FLAC d2 pt2

June 24, 2014

Spirit - Paramount Theatre, Seattle 1971

Time to hear some Spirit music again, for me one of the bands that released better records in the end of the sixties.
Recorded from a broadcast with some oscillations this one took place at the Paramount Theatre, Seattle on 1971.



Sound Quality: 8.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
Disc One
01 - Intro-Something You Must Say
02 - Nature's Way
03 - Just Care About Me (cut)
04 - Hey Joe
05 - Improvisation
06 - Veruska

Disc Two
01 - Going Away Somewhere
02 - Tow The Line
03 - It's All The Same
04 - I Got A Line On You
05 - Set Me Free-Outro

MP3 d1
MP3 d2
FLAC d1
FLAC d2

June 17, 2014

Jo Jo Gunne - Ultrasonic Studios, Long Island (1973)

Jo Jo Gunne was the band Jay Ferguson and Mark Andes formed after they left Spirit, Mark however left after the recording of the first album.
Between 1972 and 1974 Jo Jo Gunne released four good albums with the first one getting some commercial success that decreased on the next three and they would split around 1975. Jay Ferguson followed on a solo career from which we had a taste of on this post: Jay Ferguson - Roslyn NY
This show we have here was a broadcast from the Ultrasonic Studios in Long Island.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 Roll Over Me
02 Babylon
03 Intro-99 Days-Run Run Run
04 Rock Around The Symbol
05 Special Situations
06 Rhoda
07 Take Me Down Easy
08 Shake That Fat
09 Brokin' Down Man
10 DJ outro

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June 16, 2014

Jimmy Thackery & The Drivers - Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon 2002

Another highly recommended show shared by the Rippin Frog: Jimmy Thackery & The Drivers.


Born in Pittsburgh and raised in Washington, Thackery co-founded The Nighthawks with Mark Wenner in 1972 and went on to record over twenty albums with them. In 1986 he began touring with The Assassins, a six-piece original blues, rock and R&B ensemble which he had previously helped start as a vacation band when The Nighthawks took one of their rare breaks. Originally billed as Jimmy Thackery and The Assassins, the band toured the U.S. Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, and Texas regions. The Assassins released a variety of recordings on the Seymour record label, two on vinyl (No Previous Record and Partners in Crime) and the 1989 CD Cut Me Loose.
In the wake of the Assassins 1991 break-up, Thackery has been leading a trio, Jimmy Thackery and the Drivers, whose early recordings were for the San Francisco, California based Blind Pig Records. In 2002 Thackery released, We Got It, his first album on Telarc and in 2006, In the Natural State with Earl and Ernie Cate on Rykodisc. In 2007, he released Solid Ice again with The Drivers His latest album 'Feel the Heat' was released in April 2011.


Rippin Frog

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June 13, 2014

Howlin' Wolf - Live in Denver 73

There was a request asking for Howlin' Wolf music and our friend Rippin Frog managed to get this show here, one more time big thanks to the 'frog.




Howlin' Wolf (a/k/a Chester Burnett) was one of the true originals of the blues. His recordings for Sun and Chess from the 1950's until his death in 1976 are among the finest Chicago blues recordings of all time. Few vocalists possess the power and passion of Howlin' Wolf.
This concert is with eddie shaw and his band   unfortunately Howlin wolf is only on the last few tracks  stilll  a great set!!
Anyone looking for the Wolf live stuff I recommend Howlin Wolf Live in Cambridge Ma 1966 and Live in Europe 1964 you cant go wrong with these ! there is a couple other bootlegs like Live Key Largo's, Chicago (2-23-69) but sound quality of these is poor at best if anyone interested I guess i could load at some point.

Rippin Frog


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June 11, 2014

James Harman X 3

Next posts will be focused on Blues starting with 3 shows by James Harman.
It's a Rippin' Frog presentation for Soundaboard.



Live at KUNI-FM Cedar Falls 1985
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JAMES HARMON BAND
ED BURKES
BOSTON, MA.
JULY 19, 1988

Recorded with
Nakamichi CM300s and Sony D5
Sony stand alone
EAC/WAV/Flac level 8

Music journalist Tony Russell described Harman as an "amusing songwriter and an excellent,
unfussy blues harp player"
Harman performed as a blues harmonica player and singer in Chicago, New York, and elsewhere before
moving to southern California in the 1970s. There, his Icehouse Blues Band played alongside Big Joe Turner, John Lee Hooker,  Freddie King, Muddy Waters, Albert King, B. B. King, T-Bone Walker, Lowell Fulsom, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Johnny "Guitar" Watson, and Albert Collins.[3] In 1977 he formed the James Harman Band. Over the years their line-up has included Phil Alvin and Bill Bateman, who left in 1978 to form The Blasters; Gene Taylor, who departed in 1981, also to join  the Blasters before moving on to The Fabulous Thunderbirds; and Kid Ramos. Alumni also included the late Hollywood Fats who, after leaving his own band in 1980, played alongside Harman for five years.
Harman became known as a skilled, reliable musician, whether for a backing band or leading his own ensemble. His band recorded several albums during the 1980s, before settling in 1990 at Black Top Records.
Numerous Harman songs have been used in films and on television, including "Kiss of Fire" (from Those Dangerous Gentlemen), which was on the soundtrack of The Accused. Harman has received
several W. C. Handy Blues Award nominations, for songs on his own releases and on other artists' albums. He has been inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame and received the "Best Blues Album of the Year"  award from the Real Blues magazine.
James Harman blues artist since 1962, 31 releases as of 2013, tours 28 countries every spring, summer and fall. He is most likely playing somewhere today !!
Dont miss him if he is in your neighbourhood!

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James Harman Band

1996 Waterfront Blues Festival, Portland OR
July 5, 1996
recorded from KBOO FM Broadcast - 56 MINUTES

01. Torgueflite 727
02. Too Right To Run
03. Crazy By Degrees
04. Mad 'Bout Something
05. Swamp Night
06. Allright Now
07. The Four Questions #1
08. Modern Numbers Game
09. I Declare

Personnel:
James Harman - vocals, harmonica
Robert "Sugarboy" Easton - guitar
"Butcherknife" Joe Leone - bass
Ronnie Mack - drums

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