June 30, 2017

SaRon Crenshaw LIVE At Terra Blues NY 2006

SaRon Crenshaw  

 At Terra Blues   2006
This unfortunately little known player is a  fixture 
on the New York City Blues circuit 
He just released a new album "Drivin" !
Check him out ! 

 01 - Let the Good Times Roll.mp3
02 - Send Me Someone To Love.mp3
 03 - Breaking Up Somebody Home.mp3
04 - Have You Every Loved A Woman-She's Putting Stuff in My Food.mp3
05 - Baby Please Come Home.mp3
06 - Merry Christmas Baby.mp3
 07 - Quest For Louie.mp3



June 28, 2017

John Hiatt - New York 1979

Old recording of John Hiatt performing with White Limbo at The Bottom Line, New York.
A setlist strongly based on his third album Slug Line released in January 1979. Songs with notorious new wave, punk and even reggae traces.

Sound Quality: 9+

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:
01 Intro - You Used To Kiss The Girls
02 You're My Love Interest
03 The Negroes Were Dancing
04 Long Night
05 String Pull Job
06 Band Intro - Slug Line
07 Pink Bedroom
08 Radio Girl
09 (No More) Dancing in the Street
10 Madonna Road
11 The Night that Kenny Died
12 Fight The Power Part 1


June 25, 2017

Cheap Trick LIVE Liverpool England 1979-02-03 (FM)

Cheap Trick 

LIVE  Liverpool England  

01 Stiff Competition
02 On Top of the World
03 Big Eyes
04 Ain't That A Shame
05 Let It Rock (with Dave Edmunds)
06 Promised Land (with Dave Edmunds)
07 Need Your Love (from the upcoming September '79 release "Dream Police")
08 I Want You to Want Me
09 California Man
10 Surrender 

Robin Zander - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Rick Nielson - lead guitars, backing vocals
Tom Petersson - bass, backing vocals
Bun E. Carlos - drums, percussion



June 22, 2017

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Bridge School Benefit II, Oakland Coliseum 1988

Here's another concert at the Bridge School Benefit II, it's Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers with a short performance.
A set with six songs and around 22  minutes played in acoustic form as tradition on these concerts.

Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 Intro
02 Even The Losers
03 Blue Moon of Kentucky
04 The Wild One, Forever
05 Refugee
06 Don't Come Around Here No More
07 The Waiting


June 19, 2017

Chuck Berry and Johnny Johnson - Lone Star Roadhouse NYC December 16, 1993

Chuck Berry and Johnny Johnson 

 Lone Star Roadhouse, 
NY December 16, 1993

RIP Chuck!
give a try to the new release Chuck!
His first album in ages and it is a goodie!
01. Rich Comras Introduction
02. Warm-up
03. Chuck Berry Introduction
04. Roll Over Beethoven
05. School Days
06. Sweet Little Sixteen
07. Let It Rock
08. Mean Old World
09. Nadine
10. Carol> Little Queenie
11. Wee Wee Hours>
12. Johnny B. Goode
13. Memphis, Tennessee
14. Rock and Roll Music
15. It Hurts Me To
16. Maybellene
17. Sweet Little Rock and Roller
18. My Ding A Ling
19. South of the Border
20. Reelin' and Rockin' 



June 15, 2017

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Bridge School Benefit II, Oakland Coliseum 1988

This is the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young concert at the second Bridge School Benefit, April 1988.
Organized by musicians Neil Young and Pegi Young, the Bridge School Benefit Concert is an annual, all acoustic, non-profit charity event.
"All proceeds directly benefit the operations of The Bridge School, which assists children with severe physical impairments and complex communication needs".

Sound Quality: 9.5+

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 Helplessly Hoping
02 Love The One You're With
03 This Old House
04 Southern Man
05 Don't Say Goodbye
06 Compass
07 Long Time Gone
08 Southern Cross
09 Teach Your Children


June 12, 2017

Big Bill Morganfield Piazza Blues, 2005

Big Bill Morganfield 

Piazza Blues, 2005

For those who don't know:
William Morganfield is the son of 
McKinley Morganfield  aka Muddy Waters
and has emerged in the past few years as one of the top
young blues talents in America.
Premium recording quality !

Big Bill Morganfield : Guitar & Vocals
Brian Bisesi : Guitar
Ted Walters : Bass
Kenny Smith : Drums
Special Guests:
Bob Margolin : Guitar & Vocals (10-12)
Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith : Harmonica & Vocals (10-12)


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June 10, 2017

Neil Young and Pearl Jam - Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 1995

Time on Soundaboard for the occasional audience recording, this happens only with extraordinary events or exceptional sound quality, preferably both.
And it was certainly out of the ordinary: Neil Young filling in at a Pearl Jam show replacing Eddie Vedder that started the concert but was sick and couldn't stand more than 7 songs.
This share consists on the Neil Young part, the show was at the Polo Fields, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco on June 24th, 1995

More info with notes from the source (Homegreen):
"This was a very energetic period for Neil. Meeting Pearl Jam and being on stage with them on several occasions such as the Rock 'n' Rall Hall Of Fame ceremony on January 12th, 1995 (where Eddie inducted Neil into the Hall Of Fame) and the Voters for Choice benefits in DC a few days later had made Neil (as he does) drop everything else and go after Pearl Jam. They recorded Mirror Ball (a very underrated album in Neil's repertoire in my opinion) and played a few sets together, including a show at Moe's in Seattle, a tape of which has never surfaced as far as I know. Shortly after this show the troupe headed off to Europe for some great and very energetic shows, mainly at festivals. These shows combined much of Mirror Ball with classic Neil Young tracks, often interspersed with short solo accoustic sets by Neil. This show can be considered the prequel to this tour."

Sound Quality: 9+

Source: Audience

Track List:
Part 1
01. Eddie reporting ill-Big Green Country
02. Act Of Love
03. Throw Your Hatred Down
04. Powderfinger
05. Truth Be Known
06. Rockin' In The Free World
07. The Needle And The Damage Done
08. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)

Part 2
01. I'm The Ocean
02. Down By The River
03. Downtown
04. Cortez The Killer
05. Peace And Love
06. Rockin' In The Free World

FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2

Links Corrected!

June 6, 2017

AC/DC Remastered Beebs BBC 1976-79

Remastered Beebs
BBC 1976-79
01 Live Wire
02 It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock'n'Roll)
03 Soul Stripper
04 High Voltage
05 Let There Be Rock
06 Problem Child
07 Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
08 Whole Lotta Rosie
09 Shot Down in Flames
10 Sin City
11 The Jack
12 Highway to Hell
13 Girls Got Rhythm
14 If You Want Blood (You've Got It)

DEC 19/22


June 4, 2017

Neil Young with Pocho & The MG's - Nurnberg Germany 2002

Neil Young with Pocho & The MG's at the Rock im Park festival on its 2002 edition in Nuremberg, Germany with an estimated attendance of 40,000.
Incomplete recording of Neil and his band playing on May 19 as headliners on the Centerstage.

Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: TV and FM (*) Broadcasts

Track List:
01 Are You Passionate?
02 Goin' Home
03 Cinnamon Girl *
04 Let's Roll
05 Quit (Don't Say You Love Me) *
06 All Along The Watchtower
07 Mr Soul
08 Fuckin' Up


June 1, 2017

J.Geils Band LIVE Cobo Hall Detroit, Michigan November 3rd, 1974

J.Geils Band

Cobo Hall
Detroit, Michigan
November 3rd, 1974


J. Geils - Guitar
Peter Wolf - Vocals
Magic Dick - Harmonica
Seth Justman - Keyboards, Vocals
Danny Klein - Bass
Stephen Jo Bladd - Percussion, Drums, Vocals


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