December 31, 2012

Aerosmith - Countdown In Osaka (1999)

To celebrate the new year, we have a concert with another new year's eve show, this one dated from 1999.
It's Aerosmith at the Osaka Dome in Japan.
That's it for this year, happy rocking 2013!

Sound Quality: 9.5


Track List:
01 - Eat The Rich
02 - Falling In Love (Is Hard On The Knees)
03 - Same Old Song and Dance
04 - Love In An Elevator
05 - Livin' On The Edge
06 - Rag Doll
07 - Dream On
08 - Janie's Got A Gun
09 - One Way Street
10 - Pink
11 - Let The Music Do The Talking
12 - Stop Messin' Around
13 - Mother Popcorn
14 - Walk This Way
15 - I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
16 - Cryin'
17 - Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
18 - Chip Away The Stone
19 - Mama Kin
20 - Train Kept A Rollin'
21 - Full Circle
22 - Sweet Emotion /Heartbreaker

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December 29, 2012

Journey - Cow Palace, San Francisco 1977

It was December 1977 and Journey (pre-Steve Perry) was on their fourth New Year's Eve show in San Francisco. In this celebration night there was also Eddie Money and Starwood playing before Journey and to close the event came Santana.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast(?)

Track List:  
01 Of A Lifetime
02 Karma
03 She Makes Me Feel Alright
04 People
05 I Would Find You
06 Bass Solo
07 Look Into The Future
08 On A Saturday Night
09 It's All Too Much
10 Drum Solo
11 You're On Your Own
12 In The Morning Day
13 Topaz
14 Anyway

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December 23, 2012

George Thorogood - Cellar Door, Washington DC 1978

George Thorogood & The Destroyers at the Cellar Door in Washington D.C.
This recording is from July 28, 1978, it comes from a radio broadcast and has nearly an hour of duration, always reelin' & rockin'.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:  
 1 - I'm Wanted
 2 - Ride On Josephine
 3 - Cocaine Blues
 4 - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
 5 - It Wasn't Me
 6 - Madison Blues
 7 - Delaware Slide
 8 - I Can't Stop Lovin'
 9 - No Particular Place To Go


December 20, 2012

Rick Derringer - International Ampitheatre, Chicago 1979

Captured from the radio broadcast we have Rick Derringer on December 28, 1979 playing at the International Ampitheatre, Chicago.
It's a great show from the tour of Guitars and Women, an album that was released the same year.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 - Guitars and Women
02 - It Ain't Funny
03 - Teenage Love Affair
04 - Something Warm
05 - Man In The Middle
06 - Let Me In
07 - Uncomplicated
08 - Back in the USA
09 - Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo
10 - Hang On Sloopy


December 16, 2012

Jeff Healey - Pinkpop Festival 1989

A post to remember Jeff Healey, here with his band playing at the Pinkpop Festival in Holland on May15, 1989.
This historic festival, that started in the year 1970, had in its '89 edition acts like The Pixies, R.E.M. and John Hiatt amongst others.
The present recording was taken from the radio transmission, with only 32 minutes it is very likely to be only part of the concert.

Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01. Confidence Man
02. I Need To Be Loved
03. When The Night Comes Falling
04. Angel Eyes
05. See The Light
06. Radio Announcer Outro


December 12, 2012

Joe Bonamassa - BBC Maida Vale 2010

Another appearance of Joe Bonamassa at the Paul Jones Show broadcast in BBC Radio 2 and captured at Maida Vale Studios in London on February 17, 2010. This time part of the focus was on the Black Rock album, released on March 23.
Already shared here (and the files are still up) is the recording from 2008 at this same radio program: Joe Bonamassa - BBC Maida Vale 2008

Sound Quality: 10

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:

Part 1
01 Paul Jones Interview With Joe
02 The Ballad Of John Henry
03 Further On Up The Road
04 Sloe Gin
05 Steal Your Heart Away
06 Wandering Earth
07 The Great Flood
08 Just Got Paid

Part 2
01 Last Kiss
02 So Many Roads
03 Three Times A Fool
04 If Heartaches Were Nickels
05 When The Fire Hits The Sea
06 Bird On A Wire
07 Young Man's Blues
08 Woke Up Dreaming
09 India > Mountain Time

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December 10, 2012

East Coast Blues Summit - CBC Studio 1, Halifax

Directly from the Soundaboard blues section by The rippin' Frog:

East Coast Blues Summit: Morgan Davis, Matt Andersen, Garrett Mason, Linda Carvery, Carson Downey, Kim Dunn

Recorded: Mar. 10, 2011

Venue: CBC Studio 1, Halifax, Halifax, NS

The east coast has been a hotbed of blues music for,at least, the past fifty years. Many styles and blues, swing, urban and jump, to name a few, have contributed to what
is now an east coast sound and approach.

CBC in the Maritimes decided the time was right to showcase this wealth of blues and to produce a musical special for radio, television and online. The East Coast Blues Summit
 brings together those influences, styles, and an incredible group of Maritime singers and musicians on one stage performing some of the music that inspired them as well as originals.

Matt Andersen, Morgan Davis, Linda Carvery, Garrett Mason, Theresa Mallenfant and Carson Downey are all award winning artists with deep blues roots and emotional delivery. The band is a special group of players, all being recording artists in their own right.

From the very first notes of rehearsals right through to showtime there was an atmosphere of excitement and joy to be playing together.

Track Listing

01    Chicken Shack
02    Katie Mae
03    Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor
04    CC Rider
05    Before You Accuse Me Take A Look At Yourself
06    If I Could Be With You
07    I Feel So Good Big
08    Sure As You Live
09    VooDoo Woman
10    Remedy
11    Little By Little
12    I Don't Want To Give In
13    I Never Met A Woman (Quite Like You)
14    [band introduction]
15    The More You Lie To Me


December 7, 2012

Walter Trout - Starclub, Oberhausen, Germany 1996

More blues around here, this time with Walter Trout on a short recording, probably the only part that was broadcast, at the Starclub, in Oberhausen, Germany.
It's from May 31, 1996 and the album Breaking The Rules was the last Walter had released.
The name of track 3 is unknown to me.

Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
1. Introduction
2. I Can Tell
3. _
4. The Reason I'm Gone
5. Red House
6. Serve Me Right To Suffer


December 5, 2012

Guitar Women - In Session at Studio 211 CBC Toronto (2012)

Woman with the blues on Soundaboard, all credits for sharing this one to Gio and the rippin frog.


Suzie Vinnick, Donna Grantis and Christine Bougie are three Toronto women who are known for their songwriting skills and musicianship. As part of CBC Music's celebration of Guitar Month, we thought it would be fun to invite the ladies into the studio to show off their guitar skills.

It turned out to be a fun session for them as well. Not only will you hear the ladies perform their own songs but you can also catch them trading riffs as they collaborated with each other.

Check out some choice blues and jazz guitar with a ladies' touch.

Suzie Vinnick vocals, electric and acoustic guitar
Roger Travassos drums
Steve Zsirai bass
Donna Grantis electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Christine Bougie electric guitar, lap steel

production credits
Cathy Irving Producer
Ron Skinner Recording Engineer

1. 'Walking By Myself' - Suzie Vinnick with Donna Grantis and Christine Bougie
2. 'My Purple Heart' by Donna Grantis
3. 'Rat Dreams'- by Christine Bougie
4. 'Get Some'- by Suzie Vinnick with Donna Grantis and Christine Bougie
5. 'Keep On Keepin' On'- by Donna Grantis
6. 'Hammy's Revenge' by - Christine Bougie
7. 'The Road is My Middle Name'- by Suzie Vinnick with Donna Grantis and Christine Bougie


December 2, 2012

John Mayall - Live at The Centre Vancouver

More blues aboard thanks to The rippin' Frog, this time with John Mayall in Vancouver.

John Mayall - Live at The Centre Vancouve

British born blues legend John Mayall got a very warm welcome from over a thousand devoted fans in the plush surroundings of The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts on Remembrance Day 2009. An obviously delighted Mayall returned the love with a three-hour long show, some of which is highlighted in this special CBC Concerts on Demand offering. With over fifty albums released during his career, Mayall is one of the most prolific and celebrated artists in the blues genre. This show featured music ranging from the 1966 "Beano" album, a classic, that famously included a young Eric Clapton on guitar, to his 2009 release on Eagle Records, called "Tough". He has lived in California for decades but on June 10, 2005 Queen Elizabeth named John Mayall an officer of the Order of the British Empire at the same time that Brian May of Queen and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin also received the same honour.

2.Another Man
3.Checking On My Baby
4.Chicago Line
5.Parchman Farm
6.Have You Heard About My Baby
8.Dream About The Blues

John Mayall - vocals, harmonica & keyboard
Tom Canning - keyboard
Rocky Athas - guitar
Greg Rzab - bass
Jay Davenport - Drums