April 28, 2014

Budgie - Live In Bydgoszcz 1982

First and about time to have Budgie aboard, this is one of the very few unofficial titles that I've seen on the web, its quality is far from great however.
It was recorded at the Zawisza Amphitheater in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland during their 1982 tour.


Sound Quality: 8.5

Source: Audience?

Track List:  
01 Introduction
02 Forearm Smash
03 Crime Against The World
04 Napoleon Bona-Part One
05 Napoleon Bona-Part Two
06 Truth Drug
07 I Turned To Stone
08 Superstar
09 Panzer Division Destroyed
10 She Used Me Up
11 Wild Fire
12 Breadfan
13 Zoom Club


MP3
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

April 23, 2014

Elvin Bishop - 1979 My Father's Place

One more from our friend The Ripping Frog, really thanks for sharing!



Elvin Bishop live @ My Father's Place is Elvin having a party alright. 
Elvin Bishop music is always good time music, and live he's at his very best. This is a live broadcast from 1979, two years after his official live album "Raisin' Hell'", and it's a treat. A little less polished, but that only adds to the charm of his music. There's no Mickey Thomas present, so the emphasis is less on the singing, more on the picking. Southern Rock with plenty of Funk and Soul. And Blues of course.
If you dig Elvin Bishop at all, you'll love this

 considering this is from the 70ies  sound quality is awesome!!
 rippin Frog

Link (mp3 only)

April 20, 2014

Big Pete Pearson & The Rhythm Room All Stars - Germany 2008

We have more blues sounds aboard shared by Ripping Frog,



BIG Pete Pearson has been singing the blues onstage for 65 years. His first gig was at the Triple J in Austin, Texas, on guitar and vocals, when he was 9. These days, you can find him most Sunday afternoons in the intimate venue of the Blues Wagon in Trenton, though he's also likely to turn up on a stage someplace in Europe singing to a crowd of 86,000.
Born in Jamaica, Pearson came to the US with his grandparents when he was about 5, eventually settling in a small community on the edge of Austin, with gravel roads, no sidewalks, and lots of opportunities to play music.
That first gig at age 9, earned him $ 1.50, "enough to buy a good-sized bag of groceries," he says. Over the next several years, he continued to build a reputation around Austin until, as a teenager, he pulled the cigar box with his considerable savings out from under the porch, bought himself a 1946 Ford coupe that left a tail of smoke in its wake , and struck out on his own. For years, he performed seven nights a week in Austin to packed clubs. When he moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in the 1950s, he affiliated himself with a club there, assembled a new band, and launched a Phoenix-based career of playing on multiple nights to packed houses. In 1995, he was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame.
For years, Pearson played guitar and bass and also sang with his own band and many others. But 35 years ago, he came to the conclusion that a microphone was a lot easier to carry around and gave up the instruments. "I can carry all my stuff in my little briefcase, and I'm loaded for good," he says.
At Pearson's estimate, he's been part of over 100,000 live performances, sharing the stage with blues legends like Muddy Waters, Gatemouth Brown, John Lee Hooker, BB King, Pinetop Perkins, Ray Charles, Big Walter, Little Walter, T-Bone Walker, Ike and Tina Turner.
BIG Pete Pearson has been singing the blues onstage for 65 years. His first gig was at the Triple J in Austin, Texas, on guitar and vocals, when he was 9. These days, you can find him most Sunday afternoons in the intimate venue of the Blues Wagon in Trenton, though he's also likely to turn up on a stage someplace in Europe singing to a crowd of 86,000.
Born in Jamaica, Pearson came to the US with his grandparents when he was about 5, eventually settling in a small community on the edge of Austin, with gravel roads, no sidewalks, and lots of opportunities to play music.
That first gig at age 9, earned him $ 1.50, "enough to buy a good-sized bag of groceries," he says. Over the next several years, he continued to build a reputation around Austin until, as a teenager, he pulled the cigar box with his considerable savings out from under the porch, bought himself a 1946 Ford coupe that left a tail of smoke in its wake , and struck out on his own. For years, he performed seven nights a week in Austin to packed clubs. When he moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in the 1950s, he affiliated himself with a club there, assembled a new band, and launched a Phoenix-based career of playing on multiple nights to packed houses. In 1995, he was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame.
For years, Pearson played guitar and bass and also sang with his own band and many others. But 35 years ago, he came to the conclusion that a microphone was a lot easier to carry around and gave up the instruments. "I can carry all my stuff in my little briefcase, and I'm loaded for good," he says.
At Pearson's estimate, he's been part of over 100,000 live performances, sharing the stage with blues legends like Muddy Waters, Gatemouth Brown, John Lee Hooker, BB King, Pinetop Perkins, Ray Charles, Big Walter, Little Walter, T-Bone Walker, Ike and Tina Turner.

sorry folks  I could never find a flac for this great live show
feat Bob Corritore on Harp
Ripping Frog


Tracklist (thanks to dr.golgo):

01 Someone to Love Me
02 Stop and Think About It
03 Mr Coffee
04 Worried About My Baby
05 Finger in Your Eye
06 Tin Pan Alley (quite different from the SRV version)
07 Coming Home
08 Gamblin' With My Love
09 Short Change
10 One More Drink

Link


April 17, 2014

Wishbone Ash - Milwaukee Summerfest. 2003

Wishbone Ash live at the Harley Davidson Stage on the 2nd of July 2003. They were playing at the Milwaukee Summerfest, a great source of live recordings, some shared here.
Most of the setlist is composed by some of Ash's all-time classics.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - Mountainside
02 - The King Will Come
03 - Throw Down The Sword
04 - On Your Own
05 - No Joke
06 - Phoenix
07 - Strange Affair
08 - Errors Of My Way
09 - Sometime World
10 - Blowin' Free
11 - Blind Eye

April 11, 2014

Iron Maiden - Tears Of Eternity (1993)

Iron Maiden on May 09, 1993, this was not a great period in time for the band and for Bruce in particular that would be leaving the group in August this same year.
This was recorded at the Forum di Assago in Milan, Italy during the Real Live Tour.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01. The Number Of The Beast (speakers)
02. Prowler
03. Transylvania
04. Remember Tomorrow
05. 2 Minutes To Midnight
06. From Here To Eternity
07. Wasting Love
08. Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter
09. Afraid To Shoot Strangers
10. The Clairvoyant
11. Heaven Can Wait
12. Run To The Hills
13. Iron Maiden
14. Genghis Khan *

*Padova, Italy - Oct 29th, 1981 (audience)

Files:
MP3
FLAC

April 7, 2014

Judas Priest - Convention Center, Tucson 1983

Judas Priest back aboard with this concert from the World Vengeance tour recorded in Tuscon, Arizona on November 1982.
This came as a remastered recording with fake stereo sound that was built from a mono source with good results.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:  
01. The Hellion/Electric Eye
02. Riding On The Wind
03. Heading Out To The Highway
04. Metal Gods
05. Bloodstone
06. Breaking The Law
07. Sinner
08. Desert Plains
09. The Ripper
10. Diamonds And Rust
11. Devil's Child
12. Screaming For Vengeance
13. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
14. Victim Of Changes
15. Living After Midnight



MP3
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

April 3, 2014

Page & Plant - Lakeshore Arena, New Orleans, LA 1998

Robert Plant and Jimmy Page at the Lakeshore Arena, New Orleans, on October 1, 1998 with the company of musicians Charlie Jones (bass), Michael Lee (drums), and Philip Andrews (keyboards, squeeze-box and mandolin).
A sensational show with fine quality from the Walking Into Everywhere Tour, this is for me one of the best shares done this year on Soundaboard.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:  
01. Wanton Song
02. Bring It On Home
03. Heartbreaker
04. Ramble On
05. Walking Into Clarksdale
06. No Quarter
07. When The World Was Young
08. Going To California
09. Tangerine
10. Gallows Pole
11. Heart In Your Hand
12. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
13. How Many More Times-I Can't Quit You Baby
14. Most High
15. Whole Lotta Love
16. Celebration Day
17. Rock And Roll

Files:
MP3
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2
FLAC pt3