January 24, 2021

Midnight Oil Album Premier WNEW-FM April 15 1993




LIVE
Album Premier 
WNEW-FM
 April 15 1993

Time for an Oil Change!
The concert  was recorded at The Wetlands Preserve in New York City, 
a very small theater at 161 Hudson Street which closed in 2001.  

TRACKS:

01 Intro 
02  Bullroarer 
03   My Country 
04   Blue Sky Mine 
05   Dreamworld 
06  The Dead Heart 
07  Now Or Never Land 
  

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January 22, 2021

Fun Lovin' Criminals - Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht 1996

A local newspaper once called them 'gangsters disguised as musicians' probably due to the band's drugs and crime related lyrics that very often are also quite humorous.
So hope you enjoy the Fun Lovin' Criminals and their delicious mixture of blues, rock and hip hop.
This concert in Utrecht, The Netherlands is based upon their first album, and only one at the time, Come Find Yourself.


Sound Quality: 9+

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01. Bombin' the L
02. Blues for Suckers
03. Smoke 'Em
04. Scooby Snacks
05. I Can't Get with That
06. Huey's golf joke
07. The Grave and the Constant
08. Coney Island Girl
09. Come Find Yourself
10. Passive / Agressive
11. King of New York
12. We Have All the Time in the World
13. The Fun' Lovin Criminal
14. Methadonia
15. The Fun Lovin' Criminal (Hee Haw Version)
16. Scooby Snacks (Schmoove Version)
17. Bear Hug



January 19, 2021

North Mississippi All Stars LIVE 2002 19th Annual Chicago Blues Fest 2002-05-30



LIVE  
2002 19th Annual Chicago Blues Fest 
2002-05-30  

Well Im working on it with them setlist
pls feel free to add/correct my "educated" guesses!
Great performance by the way!


TRACKS

01   Shimmy She Wobble.mp3
02   Freedom Highway.mp3
03  Drinking Muddy Water.mp3
04   Down in Mississippi.mp3
05   Coal Black Mattie.mp3
06   I Got The Blues.mp3
07   Be So Glad.mp3
08   Goin' Down South.mp3
09   Shake Your Moneymaker.mp3
10  Unknown.mp3
11   Sitting on Top of the World.mp3
12   Power.mp3
13   All Night Long.mp3

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January 17, 2021

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - The Forum Inglewood, CA June 30, 1981

Every Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers show is gladly shared on Soundaboard.
This is one from the famous Millard tapes brought here by Vinegar Joe.

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
June 30, 1981
Mike Millard Master Tape via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Volume 67

Tracklist:

01 American Girl
02 Listen To Her Heart
03 A Thing About You
04 Here Comes My Girl
05 The Waiting
06 I Need To Know
07 Cry To Me (Solomon Burke cover)
08 Don't Do Me Like That
09 Even The Losers
10 Don't Bring Me Down (The Animals cover)
11 A Woman In Love (It's Not Me)
12 Insider (with Stevie Nicks)
13 Needles and Pins (The Searchers cover with Stevie Nicks)
14  King's Road
15 Breakdown
16 Refugee
17 Shout (Isley Brothers cover)

January 15, 2021

Rockpile LIVE 1978-11-03



 LIVE  
1978-11-03

Great FM  show recording

Dave Edmunds - guitar, vocals
Nick Lowe - bass, vocals
Billy Bremner - guitar, vocals
Terry Williams - drums

TRACKS
01. Down, Down, Down 
02. So It Goes 
03. I Knew The Bride (When She Used To Rock And Roll) 
04. Deborah 
05. Trouble Boys 
06. I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass 
07. You'll Never Get Me Up In One of Those 
08. Let It Rock 
09. Love So Fine 
10. Promised Land
11. I Hear You Knocking 
12. They Called It Rock 
13. Ju Ju Man 
14. Heart Of The City 
15. Here Comes the Weekend 


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January 13, 2021

Mountain - Davis Park, Rockford, IL 2005

Last December another great musician was gone, but for us not forgotten. 
Leslie West's music will live on and here we have it going back to 2005 with a Mountain show in Rockford, Illinois opening for Deep Purple.


Sound Quality: 9.5-

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01. Intro
02. Never In My Life
03. Blood Of The Sun
04. Theme For An Imaginary Western
05. Leslie speaks
06. Crossroads
07. Nantucket Sleighride
08. Mississippi Queen


January 10, 2021

Johnny B Moore LIVE 19th Annual Chicago Blues Fest 2002-06-01



LIVE   
19th Annual Chicago Blues Fest
 2002-06-01 

Johnny B. burst on the scene in 1975 as guitarist for 
Koko Taylor's Blues Machine and Willie Dixon's All-Stars. The Clarksdale, Mississippi native was only 25 at the time but has gone on to become a leader with almost a dozen albums and one of the greatest living guitarists. "Moore's repertoire extends from obscure '30s Deltachestnuts to contemporary soul blues, and his improvisational technique blends dexterity, 
imagination, and taste.

NOTE
I did find the whole set for the 2002 chicago bluesfest
problem is there is no set list for all the shows 
Im working on listing the ones Im familiar with 
This will be a tedious process and Il wont post the ones I cant figure out the set list


TRACKS
01  Tell Me Whats the Reason.mp3
02  It Hurts Me Too.mp3
03 All My Whole Life.mp3
04    I Cried Last Night  (A King).mp3
05  Dont You Lie To Me.mp3
06   Doing Me Wrong.mp3
07   It Is Still Called the Blues.mp3
08   Trouble No More.mp3
09  It's Too Late Brother.mp3
10  Every Day I Have the Blues.mp3
11  The Same Thing.mp3
12  Crosscut Saw.mp3
13  Feel So good  I Want To Boogie.mp3
14  Help Me.mp3
15   Instrumental.mp3
16   Sweet Home Chicago.mp3



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January 8, 2021

The Who - San Diego 1976

Another Mike Millard recording, this one not so good as usual. Also the man however arrived late so the first tracks are from an alternate source.
With big thanks to Vinegar Joe that sent us the files.




01 I Can't Explain (alternate recording)
02 Substitute (alternate recording)
03 My Wife
04 Baba O'Riley
05 Squeeze Box
06 Behind Blue Eyes
07 Dreaming From The Waist
08 Magic Bus
09 Amazing Journey
10 Sparks
11 The Acid Queen
12 Fiddle About
13 Pinball Wizard
14 I'm Free
15 Tommy's Holiday Camp
16 We're Not Gonna Take It
17 See Me, Feel Me
18 Summertime Blues
19 My Generation > Join Together > My Generation Blues
20 Won't Get Fooled Again

January 7, 2021

Soundaboard readers' best albums of 2020!



After our 'best of' lists, it's time to publish the ones sent by our many readers, more exactly two.
Thank you both for accepting to share them here.


Derek

Nº 1
UFO - Strangers in the Night 8 cd Boxset

Nº 2
Steve Harley - Uncovered

Nº 3
Stray Cats - Rocked this Town  From LA to London

Nº 4
Eric Clapton's Crossroads 2019

Nº 5
Steve Hackett - Selling England by the Pound Live at Hammersmith

Nº 6
Sofia Portanet - Freier Geist

Nº 7
Gary Numan - When Sky came down Live

Nº 8
Rory Gallagher - Offenburg, Germany 1982

Nº 9
Public Service Broadcasting - Live at Brixton

Nº 10
Bram Tchaikovski - The complete recordings 1979/1981


Csaba Mihály

Nº 1
AC/DC : Power Up

Nº 2
Deep Purple: Whoosh!

Nº 3
Thundermother : Heat Wave

Nº 4
Lordi : Killection

Nº 5
Supersuckers : Play That Rock 'n' Roll

Nº 6
Biff Byford : School Of Hard Knocks

Nº 7
Wishbone Ash : Coat Of Arms

Nº 8
Magnum : The Serpent Rings

Nº 9
Orianthi : O

Nº 10
Apocalyptica : Cell-0

January 5, 2021

The Troggs - New York City, NY - 11-24-79


New York City, NY -
11-24-79

Wild Thing!
The Troggs were signed by the manager of The Kinks in 1965.
The band split up in March 1969. 
In the following months, Ronnie, Reg and Chris all released solo albums.


BAND
Reg Presley (vocals)
Ronnie Bond (drums)
Chris Britton (guitar)
Tony Murray (bass)


TRACKS

01 WPIX Introduction
02 Got Lovin'
03 Just A Little Too Much
04 From Home
05 stage banter
06 Love Is All Around
07 Feels Like A Woman
08 A Night Of The Long Grass
09 When I Do Do
10 Give It To Me
11 Evil
12 Anyway That You Want Me
13 Can I Dance With You
13 Wild Thing
14 I Can't Control Myself
15 Hound Dog
16 DJ Comments

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January 3, 2021

Jethro Tull - Tanglewood, Lenox 2003

My kind of new year's concert, Jethro Tull accompanied by a full orchestra or using Ian Anderson's words 'a bunch of fiddlers I met in a bar'.
I read somewhere that this was the first Tull concert in the United States that included one, the Tanglewood Festival Orchestra.


Sound Quality: 9.5+

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 Living In The Past (incomplete)
02 Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You
03 Beside Myself
04 Pavane
05 Thick As A Brick
06 Elegy
07 In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff
08 Dot Com
09 Greensleeved
10 Bouree
11 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
12 Fat Man
13 Eurology
14 Too Old To Rock'n'Roll
15 Aqualung instrumental - Aquadiddley
16 My God-Budapest
17 Locomotive Breath


January 1, 2021

AtticRock's best albums of 2020

2020 was a very sad year globally, music wise the pandemic left us without live concerts.
However the artists didn't stop working, many of them got into the studio to produce and create some great and memorable music.
I know that the majority of the blog visitors just come here to grab some music and don't care about lists but as a reminder we're still open to receive your lists through this form.

Anyway, here's my choice of the best albums I got to hear on 2020. 

 

 : |   TOP ALBUMS    | :
 
Fish - Weltschmerz
Best tracks: 
Walking on Eggshells, Waverley Steps (End of the Line), Weltschmerz





Joe Bonamassa - Royal Tea
Best tracks: 
A Conversation With Alice, When One Door Opens, Royal Tea





Philip Sayce - Rising Spirit
Best tracks: 
Wild, Fits Me Good, Spirit, She's the Music

 
 


 

Bruce Springsteen - Letter to You
Best tracks: 
Ghosts, Letter To You, Burnin' Train, Song For Orphans



 
Blue Öyster Cult - The Symbol Remains
Best tracks: 
The Alchemist, Nightmare Epiphany, Secret Road




 
Ozzy Osbourne - Ordinary Man
Best tracks: 
Goodbye, Straight to Hell, All my Life

 



Blues Pills - Holy Moly  
Best tracks: 
Proud Woman, California, Dust, Wish I'd Known





The Texas Gentlemen - Floor It!!!
Best tracks: 
Skyway Streetcar, Ain't Nothin' New, Last Call




Deep Purple - Whoosh!
Best tracks: 
Throw My Bones, We're All the Same in the Dark, Nothing at All, What the What




Cats in Space - Atlantis
Best tracks:
Spaceship Superstar, Marionettes, Can't Wait For Tomorrow





Other great albums:

Kim Mitchell - The Big Fantasize
Biff Byford - School Of Hard Knocks
Pearl Jam - Gigaton
Kansas - The Absence Of Presence
The Struts - Strange Days

 
  

December 31, 2020

RIPPIN FROG TOP TEN ALBUMS 2020 EDITION


2020 
TOP TEN ALBUMS
 
WELL WELL!!
Even Covid couldn't stop the flow 
of great music put out in this crazy year!
For what it is worth 
these rocked my world  this year!


#10
Microwave Dave & The Nukes   Gotta Get A Cadillac 

#9
Billy Boy Arnold    & The Groundhogs  Live At The Virgin Venue (2020)

#8
Larkin Poe   Self Made Man (2020)

#7
Juke Joint Highball   She Ain't Here A Tribute To R.L. Burnside (2020)

#6
Rustyends & Hillbilly Hoodoo - The Last Of The Boogiemen (2020)

#5
Blues Ghetto   Winter Live Session (2020) Italy

#4
The Mighty Mojo Prophets    Sounds From The Jungle Hut    2020

#3
John Lisi & Delta Funk   Retox (2020)

#2
Downchild   50th Anniversary Live at the Toronto Jazz Festival 


#1


Here it was folks  

 

 thnks for your support!




December 29, 2020

YEAR END DOUBLE DECKER Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown




Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown & Gate's Express 
LIVE  Tipitina's  New Orleans 
Sept. 27, 1996  

The one and only Gatemouth Brown here
Not many bootlegs of this unique player!
Played with Freddie King in the 60ies!


TRACKS
1 Gatemouth Brown intro > Bits and Pieces 6:45
2 River of Invitation 9:01
3 Unchained Melody intro 1:03
4 Unchained Melody 8:28
5 Honky Tonk 7:18
6 What a Shame 9:23
7 Take the A-Train 5:38
8 Big Mamou 4:04
9 Chicken Shift 5:58
10 The Drifter 14:07
11 Pressure Cooker 9:12

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 LIVE  Waterfront Blues Festival, 
Portland 
2002-07-07

TRACKS:

01. Instrumental
02. Strange Things Happen
03. Guitar In My Hand
04. Unchained Melody
05. Honey Boy
06. Sunrise Cajun Style 
07. What A Shame
08. Take The "A" Train
09. Front Burner
10. Unknown

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NEW dec31


December 26, 2020

FREE LIVE Isle Of Wight & Stockholm 1970


LIVE  
Isle Of Wight & Stockholm
1970

Two live sets from Free's prime are featured on this bootleg, 
one disc taken from their show at the Isle of Wight Festival on August 29, 1970, the other from a concert in Stockholm on December 12, 1970. The sound quality is good enough to make one wonder whether these were recorded with an eye for official release, and the performances are solid, drawing from an assortment of songs on their first four albums.


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