November 29, 2014

Sean Costello Live At The Bradfordville Blues Club (2007)

Sean Costello   Live At The Bradfordville Blues Club (2007)

Sean Costello (April 16, 1979 – April 15, 2008) was an American blues musician, renowned for his fiery guitar playing and soulful singing.He released five critically acclaimed albums before his career was cut short by his sudden death at the age of 28. Tinsley Ellis called him ‘the most gifted young blues guitarist on the scene... he was a triple threat on guitar, vocals and as a songwriter.
Sean Costello was found dead in his Atlanta hotel room on April 15, 2008, one day before his 29th birthday.A medical report later determined that he died of an accidental drug overdose.
Posthumously, Costello's family revealed that he had suffered from bipolar disorder, and set up the Sean Costello Memorial Fund for Bipolar Research in his honor.

R.I.P. Sean!
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This file is 192 kbs rip  Never seen another copy Pls let me know if you do have one


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November 28, 2014

Curtis Salgado Live @ Edmonton Blues Festival 2010 (Canada Live CBC Podcast)





2010 Edmonton Blues Festival: Curtis Salgado

From Portland Oregon, harmonica player, songwriter and singer  Curtis Salgado blurs the lines between blues and soul music.

When he performs, he draws every drop of emotion out of the music, as if his life depends on it. And for Curtis Salgado, it does. Two years ago he was diagnosed with liver cancer and told he had eight  months to live, unless he got a liver transplant which would generate medical bills upwards of half a million dollars. With no health insurance and few funds, the man who is one of America's finest blues/soul singers needed  a little help from his friends. When your friends and admirers include the likes of Steve Miller, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt and Taj Mahal, you've got a fighting chance. Numerous benefits were held in multiple cities including a  benefit concert featuring Miller, Cray, Taj Mahal, The Phantom Blues Band, Everclear and Little Charlie & The Nightcats.

Curtis got his transplant, though there were a few twists and turns in the road before that happened.
 A little less than two years after his initial diagnosis, Curtis was able to record Clean Getaway, 
his latest album whose title has an obvious double meaning.

Salgado's set was the Sunday night closer at the 2010 Edmonton Labatt Blues Festival.
 For the crowd that night, it wasn't a concert; it was a conversion.


Artists

    * Curtis Salgado - vocals, harmonica
    * Tracy Arrington - bass, vocals
    * Lloyd Jones - guitar
    * Dave Fleschner - keyboards
    * Russ Kleiner - drums
    * Dave Mills - trumpet
    * Gary Harris - saxophone
    * Margarett Linn - backing vocals
    * LaRonda Steele - backing vocals

Track Listing for this Concert

1 Clean Getaway Curtis Salgado (composer) 5:56
2 Who's Lovin You  Robinson (composer) 8:43
3 Nobody But You  unknown (composer) 4:01
4 I Can't Stop Lovin You   Lloyd Jones (composer) 3:20
5 Too Loose  Curtis Salgado (composer) 17:40
6 I'm Gonna Forget About You  Ov Wright (composer) 3:55
7 Born All Over  Johnny Copeland, D. Malone (composers) 6:42
8 Twenty Years of BB King   Curtis Salgado (composer) 5:35
9 Sweet Jesus Budda The Doctor   Mathias Baumann, Curtis Salgado (composers) 15:31

I recorded this one from a CBC podcast
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November 26, 2014

Los Lobos LIVE: Perth Concert Hall, Scotland 2009

      

Los Lobos Again! great soundboard quality!
This was the band's first time ever in Scotland!
David Hidalgo made the list of LA Weekly's Top 10 Most Underrated Guitarists in the History of Rock!!

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November 24, 2014

Peter Gabriel Live Berlin 1993-11-06 Human Wave Wall

Something different today from my regular stuff!

Peter Brian Gabriel (born 13 February 1950) is an English singer-songwriter, musician and humanitarian activist who rose to fame as the lead vocalist and flautist of the progressive rock band Genesis  After leaving Genesis, Gabriel went on to a successful solo career. His 1986 album, So, is his most commercially successful, selling five million copies in the United States and the album's biggest hit, "Sledgehammer", won a record nine MTV Awards at the 1987 MTV Video Music Awards. "Sledgehammer" remains the most played music video in the history of MTV.
Gabriel has been a champion of world music for much of his career. He co-founded the WOMAD festival in 1982. He has continued to focus on producing and promoting world music through his Real World Records label.

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Setlist:

Disc 1 of 2
01. Come Talk To Me                  06:23
02. Steam                            07:56
03. Games Without Frontiers          06:44
04. Across The River                 05:27
05. Across The River / Slow Marimba+s 03:45
06. Shaking The Tree                 09:32
07. Blood Of Eden                    06:59
08. San Jacinto                      09:00
09. Schnappschuss (Family Snapshot)  04:34
10. Kiss That Frog                   06:05
11. Washing Of The Water             05:12
12. Solsbury Hill                    04:37
                              Total: 76:19

Disc 2 of 2
01. Digging In The Dirt              07:50
02. Sledgehammer                     07:01
03. Secret World                     13:01
04. Don't Give Up                    07:06
05. In Your Eyes (cut)               06:12
                              Total: 41:13


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November 23, 2014

Savoy Brown - Ludlow Garage 1970

Another from Savoy Brown, this time at the Ludlow Garage, Cincinatti, a file kindly provided by Steve626.
It's a short but exciting soundboard recording from February 22, 1970.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 - I Want You To Love Me
02 - Tuning ~ Drums
03 - I'm Tired
04 - Louisiana Blues

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November 18, 2014

Savoy Brown - Bottom Line, NYC 1976

This is a second time for Savoy Brown aboard, you can find the first one here, and I wish I had more good sounding shows from them, a really excellent live collective with long songs and plenty of fine instrumental parts.
This was recorded on June 2, 1976 from a radio transmission and the band was promoting a new album called Skin and Bone and played several tracks from it.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 - Part Time Lady
02 - Get On Up And Do It
03 - Hero To Zero
04 - Walkin' And Talkin'
05 - "Deserves" Me Right To Suffer
06 - She's The One
07 - Hellbound Train
08 - Tell Mama

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November 8, 2014

The Byrds - Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1970

Another show with The Byrds, this recording comes from a broadcast on VPRO, a Dutch Radio on 2006.
The concert date goes back to July 7, 1970 and it was held at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 announcement
02 My Back Pages
03 Baby, What You Want Me To Do
04 Willin'
05 This Wheel's On Fire
06 Ballad Of Easy Rider
07 Jesus Is Just Alright
08 Turn Turn Turn
09 Mr Tambourine Man
10 Eight Miles High
11 Hold It - encore applause
12 So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star
13 Mr Spaceman
14 Chestnut Mare
15 Chimes Of Freedom


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November 4, 2014

The Byrds - Ash Grove, Los Angeles 1969

Back to the sixties with The Byrds, performing with the help of some friends including Linda Ronstadt and John Hammond at the Ash Grove, Los Angeles on May 23, 1969.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
 01 - Lover Of The Bayou
02 - You Ain't Going Nowhere
03 - Welcome Back Home
04 - Old Blue
05 - My Back Pages
06 - Baby What You Want Me To Do
07 - He Was A Friend Of Mine
08 - Truck Stop Girl
09 - guest intros
10 - Break My Mind
11 - I'm Moving On
12 - Take A City Bride
13 - Chestnut Mare
14 - This Wheel's On Fine
15 - It's Alright Ma - Ballad Of Easy Rider
16 - Jesus Is Just Alright
17 - Turn! Turn! Turn!
18 - Mr - Tambourine Man
19 - Eight Miles High



Delta Moon Live Wendelstein Germany 2011-05-04



One more from Delta Moon. 
The band no longer includes Gina Leigh on vocals.
Although I miss her in the vocal mix she provided
They still rock BIG time! 

Tyler Greenwell - drums, percussion
Mark Johnson - guitar
Tom Gray - vocals, guitar, steel guitar, dulcimer, organ
Jeff Bakos - tambourine
Chris Long - background vocals

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Great soundboard quality!

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November 1, 2014

Delta Moon Live Smith's Old Bar, Atlanta Ga, August 27, 2005


This was a release party for their 4th CD Howlin. The band has two slide guitar players who can both smoke at times and at other times blend into the total song and not overwhelm it. In addition, they have a great female vocals and the rest of the band can create some pretty good harmonies. If you like southern rock or The North Mississippi All-Stars, get this show!
Great soundboard quality!

TRACKS:
You Don't Have to Go
Edna Mae
Officer
Can't Let Go
I'm Cryin
Blue Highway
Goin Down South
Somebody Been Usin That Thing
Let Tomorrow Be
Shine the Light
Shakem on Down
Like My Lover Can
Must Be Lonely
Meantown


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go see 'em live if they are in your neighborhood and buy their CDs. 

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