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The Beatles: Complete Ultra Rare Trax (Volumes 1-8)

Various Dates, Various Studio Outtakes and Rare Live Trax
Liberated Bootlegs
Silvers > EAC > SHN > FLAC
Volumes 1-8
The Swingin’ Pig
1988
Volume One: TSP-CD-001 (made in Luxembourg)
Volume Two: TSP-CD-002 (made in Italy)
1989

Volume Three: TSP-CD-025 (made in Italy)
Volume Four: TSP-CD-026 (made in Italy)
Volume Five: TSP-CD-035 (made in Italy?)
Volume Six: TSP-CD-036 (made in Luxembourg)
The Genuine Pig
1990

Volume Seven: TGP-CD-111 (made in Italy)
Volume Eight: TGP-CD-112 (made in Italy)

Total time: 280:14 (33:08, 26:50, 33:06, 32:33, 34:54, 40:23, 40:11, 39:05)
Size: 1.53 GB


Disc 1

01. I Saw Her Standing There (3:08)
02. The One After 909 (2:57)
03. She’s A Woman (3:17)
04. I’m Looking Through You (3:12)
05. If You’ve Got Trouble (2:20)
06. How Do You Do It (1:59)
07. Penny Lane (3:07)
08. Strawberry Fields Forever (3:19)
09. From Me To You (1:51)
10. Besame Mucho (2:32)
11. The Fool On The Hill (2:45)
12. Paperback Writer (2:37)

Disc 2

01. Can’t Buy Me Love (2:15)
02. There’s A Place (0:12)
03. There’s A Place (1:56)
04. That Means A Lot (2:25)
05. Day Tripper (0:29)
06. Day Tripper (3:07)
07. I Am The Walrus (4:23)
08. Misery (1:53)
09. Leave My Kitten Alone (2:52)
10. We Can Work It Out (2:11)
11. A Hard Day’s Night (2:34)
12. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (2:29)

Disc 3

01. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (2:56)
02. Tomorrow Never Knows (2:57)
03. A Day In The Life (5:09)
04. Yes It Is (3:06)
05. I Saw Her Standing There (3:01)
06. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (2:03)
07. Not Guilty (3:15)
08. Across The Universe (3:46)
09. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (3:26)
10. Ticket To Ride (3:23)

Disc 4

01. The One After 909 (3:17)
02. A Taste Of Honey (2:17)
03. I Feel Fine (2:49)
04. Yer Blues (4:02)
05. Blues Jam (3:48)
06. Not Guilty (4:25)
07. Get Back (2:17)
08. Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues (1:52)
09. Do You Want To Know A Secret (2:44)
10. All You Need Is Love (5:00)

Disc 5

01. Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (1:12)
02. Because (2:19)
03. Revolution (3:20)
04. I Me Mine (1:44)
05. Strawberry Fields Forever (3:09)
06. Hey Jude (5:39)
07. Magical Mystery Tour (2:36)
08. What’s The New Mary Jane (6:04)
09. Lady Madonna (2:14)
10. The One After 909 (2:58)
11. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da / Christmas Time (Is Here Again) (3:34)

Disc 6

01. Come And Get It (2:30)
02. Hold Me Tight (2:37)
03. I’ll Be On My Way (2:00)
04. Strawberry Fields Forever (4:06)
05. It’s All Too Much (2:28)
06. 12-Bar Original (3:53)
07. St. Louis Blues (1:02)
08. She’s A Woman (6:33)
09. What’s The New Mary Jane (6:50)
10. Dig It (8:18)

Disc 7

01. I Saw Her Standing There (3:11)
02. Too Much Monkey Business (2:04)
03. This Boy (2:32)
04. If I Needed Someone (2:44)
05. She’s A Woman (5:43)
06. I’m A Loser (2:37)
07. Yesterday (1:57)
08. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (2:10)
09. Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby (2:22)
10. Shout (2:02)
11. Yer Blues (4:01)
12. Nowhere Man (2:24)
13. Anna (Go To Him) (3:02)
14. Twist And Shout (3:17)

Disc 8

01. Baby’s In Black (2:34)
02. You Really Got A Hold On Me (3:09)
03. The Fool On The Hill (2:43)
04. To Know Her Is To Love Her (2:47)
05. A Hard Day’s Night (2:34)
06. Day Tripper (3:33)
07. All You Need Is Love (4:34)
08. Till There Was You (2:37)
09. And I Love Her (2:19)
10. Can’t Buy Me Love (2:14)
11. I Feel Fine (2:14)
12. Hey Jude (7:43)

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December 4, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_Pop, The Beatles, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Elvis Costello and Steve Nieve: New York 1996

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Elvis Costello and Steve Nieve: New York 1996
(Ex- Aud) FLAC
New York, NY
Algonquin Hotel
May 21, 1996

A record release party/industry get together immediately after the taping of the Late Night with Conan O’Brien Show a few blocks away. The Supper Club shows took place the next night.

Excellent sound – from the DAT master. An upgrade from any previous version. Artwork included. This version is complete and is a significant upgrade.

Sonic Studios Mic>Sony D8 DAT>ProTools (for eq, level adjustment, compression, and song separation)>flac.

Taped and mastered by JB. Artwork by JohnE. Don’t sell or convert to lossy format. Please, no mentions in the comments ID’ing those responsible for these recording/uploads.

Running Time – 44:09

01. Domino (Van Morrison) – Elvis solo
02. Starting To Come To Me – Elvis solo
03. Complicated Shadows – Elvis solo
04. Little Atoms – Elvis solo
05. Poor Fractured Atlas
06. You Bowed Down
07. All This Useless Beauty
08. It’s Time
09. Shallow Grave
10. I Want To Vanish

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December 1, 2008 Posted by | Elvis Costello, Music_Bootleg, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

The Cure – Live in Amsterdam (1979)

The Cure – Live in Amsterdam (1979)


Good bootleg from a post-punk Cure!


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Big thanks to theteacomp

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November 30, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, The Cure, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan – Highway Sixty-Live Revisited (1965-1999)

Bob Dylan – Highway Sixty-Live Revisited
Live version of Highway 61 tracks recorded 1965 – 1999
Live versions by his Bobness of the great tracks from Dylan’s great album recorded over an expanse of 34 years!

Track Details

1. Like A Rolling Stone (backed by The Band)
– Royal Albert Hall, London, Britain, 26.05.1966 (taken from bootleg Genuine Bootleg Series 3)

2. Tombstone Blues (with Carlos Santana on guitar)
– Parc de Sceaux, Paris, France, 01.07.1984 (taken from bootleg Les Temps Changent)

3. It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (with Jerry Garcia on guitar)
– RFK Stadium, Washington DC, District Of Columbia, 25.06.1995 (taken from bootleg Summer Nights 1995 – Jerry’s last show with Dylan)

4. From A Buick 6 (backed by The Band)
– Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 03.09.1965 (taken from bootleg We Had Known A Lion)

5. Ballad Of A Thin Man (with the horn section from Brian Setzer’s Orchestra)
– Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 15.02.1999 (taken from bootleg Les Bons Moments)

6. Queen Jane Approximately
– Supper Club, New York City, New York, 16.11.1993 (evening show) (taken from bootleg Supper Club Soundboard – NOT the version present on Highway 61 Interactive)

7. Highway 61 Revisited (with Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on guitars)
Roseland Ballroom, New York City, New York, 20.10.1994 (taken from bootleg Blue-Eyed Boston Boy)

8. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues (backed by The Band)
– The Forum – Inglewood, Los Angeles, California, 14.02.1974 (afternoon show) (taken from bootleg Paint The Daytime Black)

9. Desolation Row*
– Palais Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 05.04.1992 (taken from audience recording received in trade)

10. Positively 4th Street (backed by Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers)
– Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 10.03.1986 (taken from bootleg Last Night In Far East)

* note from Olof’s chronicles:

There is strong evidence that Bob Dylan almost started crying during the last two lines of the “Einstein verse” in Desolation Row. Members in the front row in the audience report that they saw tears pouring out of his eyes and that he stepped back and spoke briefly with Jackson and Garnier and then retreated to the back of the stage while the band went into a lengthy instrumental. He then came back and finished the song. Desolation Row was not played until April 14, when the same thing happened again!




HERE’S A LINK WE FOUND FOR THIS VIA A SIMPLE SEARCH ON THE WEB.

WE DID NOT UPLOAD THIS FILE NOR DO WE KNOW WHO DID!

http://rapidshare.com/files/89…..isited.mp3

Big thanks to the original poster

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November 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Bob Dylan – Live @ Festival Optimus Alive, Oeiras, Portugal 11-07-2008

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Bob Dylan – Live
Oeiras, Portugal
Optimus Alive!08
Passeio Marítimo of Algés
11 July 2008
Another fine show from his Bobness from the renownedPortuguese music festival during the recent Euro leg of his neverending tour!

The band members here are;

Bob Dylan – keyboard, harp
Tony Garnier – bass
George Recile – drums
Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar
Denny Freeman – lead guitar
Donnie Herron – violin, viola, banjo, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

Bob Dylan – Like a Rolling Stone
Optimus Alive 2008

Tracklisting

1. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (Bob on keyboard)
2. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (Bob on keyboard)
3. Lonesome Day Blues (Bob on keyboard)
4. Things Have Changed (Bob on keyboard)
5. Girl Of The North Country (Bob on keyboard)
6. Tangled Up In Blue (Bob on keyboard)
7. Desolation Row (Bob on keyboard)
8. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (Bob on keyboard)
9. Spirit On The Water (Bob on keyboard)
10. Highway 61 Revisited (Bob on keyboard)
11. Ain’t Talkin’ (Bob on keyboard)
12. Summer Days (Bob on keyboard)
13. Ballad Of A Thin Man (Bob on keyboard)

(encore)
14. Thunder On The Mountain (Bob on keyboard)
15. Like A Rolling Stone (Bob on keyboard)

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November 1, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan & The Band – Royal Albert Hall 1966 [FLAC]

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Bob Dylan & The Band – Royal Albert Hall 1966
Actually from Manchester Free Trade Hall concert May 16, 1966
(wrongly labelled Royal Albert Hall 1966!)

EAC > WAV > FLAC

Source: Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK May 17, 1966
Manufacturer / Catalog No. Swingin’ Pig / TSP-CD-009
Released: 1989
Quality:9 stars
Bob’s Boots ref: # BB-r36

Get Fucking Loud !!

Amazing document of the fabled “Judas” concert which took place in Manchester in the North-West of England on May 17, 1966.

Excellent quality mono recording of the electric half of the legendary Manchester Free Trade Hall concert (not “Royal Albert Hall”, as it was mis-labelled for many years!).

Of course it includes the famous ‘Judas‘ remark before Like A Rolling Stone!

The early bootlegs of this concert were wrongly attributed to the Royal Albert Hall concerts later that same month (May 26-27, 1966). As a result, for years prior to the release of the amazing ‘Guitars Kissing & The Contemporary Fix ‘bootleg, the location of the Judas concert was much debated, as is what was said in the exchange between Dylan and the audience after the cry of “Judas” came from the audience.


Between a rather vicious Tell Me Mama and I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met), the harmonica begins and Dylan says, “This is called I Don’t Believe You. It used to be like that and now it goes like this”. He stamps his foot four times and the harmonica and the Hawks “come in with the sort of immediacy you get from tipping a whole table full of crockery and cutlery into the sink all at once.” Paul Cable

Between Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat and One Too Many Mornings, some of the audience follows the shouting with slow hand clapping, Dylan mumbles an array of unclear words, the clapping abates to catch the unclear words, and Dylan continues, “…if you only just wouldn’t clap so hard!”

“So the knockers are all stations go again. I am referring to the fantastic performance given by Bob Dylan at the Free Trade Hall last Tuesday night… I think Bob put his feelings over to the knockers just great. When someone shouted out to him ‘Judas!’, he just calmly went to the microphone and quietly drawled ‘Ya liar’…” Oldham Evening Chronicle – 25 May 1966

Between Ballad Of A Thin Man and Like A Rolling Stone lies this infamous incident where a member of the audience yells out “Judas!”

After applause and a variety of shouts (“Sing Dylan songs!” ….. etc.) and then the famous ‘Judas’ are heard, Dylan responds, “I don’t believe you….. You’re a LIAR!! Robbie Robertson says, “Quit talking Bob” but not audibly on the tape. Dylan turns away from his mic to face the drummer Mickey Jones and says, “Get Fucking Loud!”

This is followed by a wall-of-sound cacophony and a no-holds-barred crashing-cymbals rendition of ‘Like A Rolling Stone’.

After ‘Like A Rolling Stone’, we hear a very Dylanesque “Thank you.” Some say he makes it sound more like “Fuck you” but I’m not sure! His Bobness would never do that, would he?!

Some other great stuff from this tour which we’ve posted include;

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Long thought to have come from the RAH show, this release derives it’s name from that venue. It has now seen official release as Live 1966. Though the recording is now known to have come from the Free Trade Hall, even the official release is subtitled the RAH concert in a nod to the most famous mis-named bootleg of all time.

This Label was the premier boot manufacturer in the mid to late 1980’s, and simultaneously released this title on vinyl as well. The incredible cover artwork is from one of the most sought after posters among Dylan collectors… the 1960’s Martin Sharp poster. The recording is as crisp and clear as any that had been released to date.

from bobsboots

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Tracks:

Tell Me, Momma
I Don’t Believe You
Baby, Let Me Follow You Down
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
One Too Many Mornings
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Like A Rolling Stone

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Here she be:

http://rapidshare.com/files/130026540/bdTSP009.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/130125145/bdTSP009.part2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/130138682/bdTSP009.part3.rar

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September 22, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Van Morrison – Christmas Special 1998

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Van Morrison Christmas Special 1998

Rockplasta 19-12-98
Düsseldorf, Philipshalle

High quality boot of a Van show back in December 98 in Germany.

Tracklisting

0) INTRO “Chicken”
1) Jackie Wilson said (I’m in heaven when you smile)
2) These Dreams (of you)
3) Raincheck
4) Moondance / My funny Valentine
5) Rough God goes riding
6) Give me a kiss
7) That’s life
8) Naked in the jungle
9) In the afternoon
10) Satisfied

Personnel:

Van Morrison, vocals, harmonica, guitar, alto sax
Johnny Scott, guitar, backing vocals
Liam Bradley, percussion, backing vocals
Ralph Salmins, drums
Geoff Dunn, drums, percussion
John Savannah, hammond organ, piano, backing vocals
Nicky Scott, bass, backing vocals
Katie Kissoon, backing vocals
Pee Wee Ellis, tenor, soprano & baritone sax, flute
Matt Holland, trumpet & flugelhorn
Special guests:
Fred Wesley, trombone
Candy Dulfer, alto sax

Here be vandaman

Sorry friends!

Links removed! Web sherriff warning! Same bullshit as before!

I’m getting real tired real fast of supporting Van!

This is a bootleg! Nobody’s losing money!

If anything, it may help Van gain a few new fans! Else it may encourage existing fans to check out some of his official output or decide to attend a gig!!

I am a real Van fan and have spent far too much hard earned cash on Van tapes, vinyl and CDs – some of which were rubbish – down many years, as well as on tickets for many of his gigs – some of which were rubbish too !

No more though!

There’s a new music paradigm out there now – whether we like it or not. Nobody can change that.

Unless the internet nazis (or Palin’s Republicans!) ultimately destroy every internet server!

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September 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Van Morrison, _MUSIC | 4 Comments

Van Morrison – Rivers Of Time (1984)

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Van Morrison – Rivers Of Time
The Music Fair, Cannes, France
January 26, 1984
Radio Broadcast
Lover of soul
Lover of mine
Lover of soul
Lover of mine
Heart and soul
Body and mind
Meet me on the river of time.
Meet me on the river of time.

Excellent quality bootleg recorded for FM Radio transmission, from the France leg of Van’s European tour in 1984.

Just look at the classic tracks on the setlist!!

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Tracklisting

Disc 1

1. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart #1
2. Dweller On The Threshold
3. Vanlose Stairway
4. It’s All In The Game
5. She Gives Me Religion
6. Help Me
7. Beautiful Vision
8. Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
9. Bright Side Of The Road
10. Celtic Ray

Disc 2

1. Higher Than The World
2. River Of Time
3. The Street Only Knew Your Name
4. Cry For Home
5. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
6. Cleaning Windows
7. Summertime In England
8. Full Force Gale

Personnel:

Van Morrison: vocal/keyboard/guitar/harmonica
Richie Buckley: sax/flute/vocal (on “Summertime In England”)
Martin Drover: percussion
Kenny Craddock: keyboards
Arty McGlynn: guitar

Here she be;

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September 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Van Morrison, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Van Morrison – Naked in the Jungle (Studio Tapes – 1975 )

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Van Morrison – Naked in the Jungle (Studio Tapes 1975 )

Fear not friends! This is not some awful jungle music!

Nor is it some sort of concept album where Van regresses into simian form, in a big “Fuck you” to dumb creationists! In fact, there’s not even a banana in sight!

Neither do we have to see Van da Man in a state of nudity! That would be just way too much to stomach!

This peculiarly titled bootleg actually contains some great music from a very period when Van was at the top of his songwriting game and contains tracks that were originally planned for official release on a 1975 LP, that never ultimately saw light of day.

In 1973 Morrison disbanded the Caledonia Soul Orchestra and divorced his wife of 7 years, the wonderfully named violinist Janet Planet, with whom he had a daughter.

He then released the introspective and poignant album Veedon Fleece in 1974. Though it attracted little attention at the time of its release, its critical stature has grown over the years, and Veedon Fleece is now considered one of Morrison’s best works.

Morrison would not release a follow-up album for the next 3 years. During this time, he was able to write and record a number of new songs, and in a KSAN radio interview in 1974, Van indicated plans to release a new album, Mechanical Bliss, a mere 4-5 months after Veedon Fleece.

The projected February 1975 street date came and went without a release as Morrison continued to work on the album.

During this time, the album title underwent a number of changes (at one time, it was to be called Stiff Upper Lip, another time it was retitled Naked In The Jungle), and the painter Zox was even commissioned to create the sleeve-artwork.

The project was ultimately abandoned, and much of the work done would have to wait until 1998’s Philosopher’s Stone to see official release.

Zox’s painting was later incorporated into the cover art to The Royal Scam, a Steely Dan album released in 1976!

Tracklisting

1. Wild night
2. Brand new day
3. When the evening sun goes down
4. No one really knows
5. Caravan
6. The way young lovers do

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September 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Van Morrison, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan – Electric Black Nite Crash (September 3, 1965)

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Bob Dylan – Electric Black Nite Crash
Hollywood Bowl, September 3, 1965
Tracks: 13,
time: 71+,
source: board?/reel-reel,
quality: VeryGood+.
A fine quality Dylan boot from a fascinating period in Dylan’s career!

Wonderful quality! Wonderful performance! Wonderful songs! Wonderful artwork!

This bootleg is from the show of on September 3, 1965 – the second concert where Dylan performed with Levon Helm and Robbie Robertson. The first one took place on August 28th.

The other musicians were Harvey Brookes on bass and Al Kooper on piano and organ.

The newly surfaced Hollywood Bowl tape is every bit as fascinating as had been rumored!

The acoustic set is breath-taking perfection. The electric set doesn’t ‘crash’ quite as hard as it will in the year to follow, but that’s what makes it so wonderful. It shows an artist testing the waters for the onslaught to come.

The cover photo of Dylan behind an interview microphone is spellbinding. The back cover contains the surrealistic artwork ‘Desolation Row’ from the 1970 LP release ‘Daddy Rollin’ Stone’. The title comes from a rare 1971 LP ‘Black Nite Crash’. The only other relation they share is an early ’60s acoustic set followed by the crash.

This show is both historic, and wonderful listening.

– from bobsboots.com

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The first “real” release (non-CDR) from the recently surfaced Hollywood Bowl tape.

If I may, the cover, a 1965 color close-up of Dylan’s head in front of a microphone, is absolutely stunning. Quality is very good, not Guitars-Kissing good but complaining about a ’65 performance w/the Hawks from a board or reel source is a bit ludicrous, no?

The show provides a revealing look at Dylan at the height of his unique powers during the acoustic set, which is compelling and IMO a more inspired performance than the ’65 UK shows or even the ’64 acoustic sets, for that matter.

May be heresy but I find this acoustic set better even than the ’66 ones (I got my flame-proof jacket on). The electric set is a different story. You can sense the tentative, apprehensive nature of the performance, with the reins pulled back a bit and the confident, headlong burst into the fire that would characterize the ’66 shows not yet in evidence.

Still, we get a rare live “From a Buick Six” w/ some lyric variations and a chance to hear Dylan w/the Hawks in only their second live gig (1st Forest Hills) in very good sound, taken from the board or a reel source. In any case, this one’s a must, as much as the ’63 TownHall/Carnegie, ’64 NYC Philharmonic, ’65 Manchester & ’66 Manchester are musts. A major link in understanding the chain. Nice package w/the previously mentioned cover and artwork all around. Essential. (Same quality as the intial CDR release Western Electric on Wild Wolf).

– review from the Dylan e-zine Deep Beneath the Waves

Tracklisting

Acoustic:

1. She Belongs To Me
2. To Ramona
3. Gates of Eden
4. It’s all Over Now Baby Blue
5. Desolation Row
6. Love Minus Zero / No Limit
7. Mr Tambourine Man

Electric:

8. I Don’t Believe You
9. Tom Thumbs Blues
10. From A Buick Six
11. Maggie’s Farm
12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
13. Like A Rolling Stone

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September 4, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan – Pecos Blues

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Bob Dylan – Pecos Blues Type: CDR (1974)

From Bobsboots;

Source: Pat Garrett soundtrack sessions
Mexico City, Mexico January 20, 1973
Burbank, CA February 1973
Manufacturer / Catalog No. Spank / SP 107
Released: 1991
Quality
: 9½ stars

Bob’s Boots ref # BB-p05

Mama, put my guns in the ground
I can’t shoot them anymore.
That long black cloud is comin’ down
I feel like I’m knockin’ on heaven’s door.


We’ve written of our love for the much neglected Dylan Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid OST. An insanely under-rated Dylan album and a wonderful score. Check it out here!

The obvious highlight on the Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid OST is one of Dylan’s best known songs, the simple yet immensely powerful Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door, a timeless track that even the awful Axl Rose couldn’t fuck up!

However, as well as this masterpiece, the LP has some lovely and delicate instrumentals. Pared down pieces, in a style well ahead of its time.

Post-modern bands in the nineties were being gushed over by so-called critics for producing instrumental music of similar ilk!

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Now, on this wonderful boot, we get 24 outtakes from the sessions for the soundtrack of Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid!

The sound from these February 1973 sessions is excellent, taken from the master or a source that was close to the master itself.

You get multiple versions of vocal and instrumental numbers from the soundtrack, including three takes of the most famous track to emerge from the project “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.”

Dylan sounds earthier here than he did on most of his 1970s recordings, and there’s an agreeable backyard-hootenanny informality to the proceedings.

About half the tracks includes contributions from notable guests Roger McGuinn and Jim Keltner.

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This is a must have disc for all fans of studio outtakes, and/or the Pat Garrett material. As with the released version, there is a lot of instrumentals. There’s also a lot of Bob talking and interacting with the engineer.

The songs are direct from the studio mixing consoles, in incredible quality. The cover is Rex Features’ classic ‘Alias’ photo. The photo on the back is the ferrotype that is believed to be of Henry McCarty who would change his name to Bill Bonney aka ‘Billy The Kid’. The CD title is the result of a grammatical error. The true title of the song does not include an apostrophe. Also released as ‘Lucky Luke’.

” Incredible glimpse of Dylan in the studio. Recorded Jan & Feb, 1973. It is a stripped down bare bones & all look of some great music. The recording is excellent in quality of performance & sound. The between takes chat is quite revealing. Recommended to everyone!!!”

-Tom Fischer


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Tracklisting

Mexico City:

Billy 1
Billy 2
Turkey
Tom Turkey
Billy Surrenders
And He’s Killed Me Too
Good-bye Holly
Pecos Blues 1
Pecos Blues 2
Billy

Burbank:

Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 1
Sweet Amarillo
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 2
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 3
Final Theme 1
Final Theme 2
Rock Me Mama 1 (A. Crudup)
Rock Me Mama 2 (A. Crudup)
Billy-7 1
Billy-7 2
Instrumental
instrumental
Final Theme 3
Final Theme 4
Dylan Talking


Here be Bobby and Pat and Billy … only moreso! :

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September 1, 2008 Posted by | Jim Keltner, Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, Roger McGuinn, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Eric Clapton and Keith Richards – Blood Brother (1986)

Eric Clapton and Keith Richards – Blood Brother (1986)
The Ritz, NYC, November 23, 1986
covers included
Mp3 @ 192kbps/161mb
Tarnatura 002/003 – SB 6
An excellent soundboard recording of two giants of modern rock n’roll and blues music.

The wonderful Keef appears on the encore numbers and puts in a great turn!

There are a few versions of this. The recording was released on the Mid Valley label, as well as a remastered version on the Tarantura label in 2000.

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Tracklisting

Disc 1:

1) Crossroads
2) White Room
3) I Shot the Sheriff
4) Wanna Make Love to You
5) It’s In the Way You Use It
6) Run
7) Miss You
8) Same Old Blues

Disc 2:

1) Tearing Us Apart
2) Holy Mother
3) Badge / Let it Rain
4) Cocaine
5) Layla
Encore:
6) Sunshine of Your Love
7) Further On Up the Road



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David Bowie – Vampires Of Human Flesh (Scary Monsters Outtakes)

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David Bowie – Vampires Of Human Flesh
(Scary Monsters Outtakes)

This is a nice collection of demo and alternate versions of numbers from the Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps!) album.

One song, Is There Life After Marriage is actually unreleased, and is an upbeat instrumental excursion which is certainly good enough to have been on the final release.

After the original master to this commercially released bootleg was confiscated, in 1996 it was re-released as an identical reproduction, only distinguished by a light brown background on its front and rear sleeve, instead of white. Both versions had the same superb audio quality and disk art as well.

Nice artwork too, especially the rear cover which pictures Bowie’s Scary Monsters costume on a stand – looking like something from a transvestite bear’s wardrobe!

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This diamond (no dogs!) is one the rarest of beasts – a great sounding outtakes session of late 70’s David Bowie.

Apparently, ‘Scary Monsters’ was a song he had written with the thought of offering it to Johnny Cash? How wierd would that have been?

Tracklisting

1 Scream Like a Baby 3:21
2 Because You’re Young 4:54
3 Kingdom Come 4:00
4 Up the Hill Backwards 3:23
5 It’s no Game 3:55
6 Is There Life After Marriage 4:38
7 Up the Hill Backwards 3:18
8 Teenage Wildlife 7:10
9 Kingdom Come 3:58
10 Scary Monsters 5:11

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August 11, 2008 Posted by | David Bowie, Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Pink Floyd – Saratoga NY 1973 (Master, bootleg, @320)

Pink Floyd – Saratoga NY 1973 (Master, bootleg, @320)

Tracklisting

CD1

01. Obscured by Clouds
02. When You’re In
03. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
04. Carfule With that Axe, Eugene
05. Echoes


CD2

01. Speak to Me
02. Breathe
03. On the Run
04. Time
05. Breathe (reprise)
06. The Great Gig in the Sky
07. Money
08. Us and Them
09. Any Colour you Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse
12. One of These Days

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Buzzcocks – Live at Roxy Club ’77 (1989)

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One more Brilliant Buzzcocks Bootleg nicked from the rather excellent hangoverhard

Buzzcocks – Live at Roxy Club ’77 (1989)

To put it mildly, April of 1977 was not a peak moment in the Buzzcocks’ career – Howard DeVoto had just bailed out to form Magazine, Pete Shelley was taking his first stab at lead-vocal duties, Steve Diggle had newly made the change from bass to guitar, and Garth Smith was in the infancy of his brief six-month tenure as Diggle’s replacement on bass.

Clearly, the stage was set for disaster, and that disaster played itself out in full over the course of the live performance at London’s Roxy documented on this disc: Diggle’s guitar playing is atrocious, Smith’s basslines are stiff, and while there’s obviously a great deal more going wrong, the poor quality of the live recording renders it all hopelessly obscured.

Yet Live at the Roxy Club: April ’77 is a fascinating, invaluable document because it is so very bad — just six months later, keep in mind, the Buzzcocks would unleash “Orgasm Addict,” the first in the series of breathtaking singles that would cement their reputation as one of punk’s most important bands. That records like “What Do I Get?” and “Ever Fallen in Love” could come from such humble beginnings only makes them that much more remarkable, and beginnings don’t come much humbler than Live at the Roxy Club: April ’77.

Tracklisting

1. Orgasm Addict
2. No Reply
3. Get On Your Own
4. Fast Cars
5. What Do I Get
6. Friends Of Mine
7. 16
8. Time’s Up
9. Oh Shit
10. Boredom
11. Love Battery



Here she be:

ROXY

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Buzzcocks -Beating Hearts – Live at Apollo, Manchester ’78 (2001)

Buzzcocks -Beating Hearts – Live at Apollo, Manchester ’78 (2001)

The Buzzcocks were formed in 1975 by guitarist/singer Pete Shelley (real name Peter McNeish) and singer Howard Devoto (real name Howard Trafford), both students at Bolton Institute of Technology – in Bolton, just a few miles from Manchester.

They shared common interests in electronic music, the idiosyncratic work of British musician Brian Eno, and American protopunk groups like The Stooges

The boys took their group’s name from a review of Rock Follies, which ended with the quotation “get a buzz, cock”! Really!

By the end of 1976, the Buzzcocks had played a handful of gigs and helped establish Manchester as the second biggest punk rock city in England, ranking just behind London.

Beating Hearts focuses on a 1978 show at the Apollo Theater in Manchester, England.

With Pete Shelley singing lead, the Buzzcocks are as inspired and captivating in Manchester as they are in London.

Tracklisting

1. Real World
2. I Don’t Mind
3. Nostalgia
4. Sixteen
5. Fiction Romance
6. Autonomy
7. Moving Away From The Pulsebeat
8. Noise Annoys
9. Walking Distance
10. Operators Manual
11. Nothing Left
12. Sixteen Again
13. Promises
14. Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldnt’ve)
15. Love You More
16. What Do I Get?
17. Esp
18. Boredom
19. Oh Shit

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August 5, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_Punk, The Buzzcocks, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Brilliant Buzzcocks Bootlegs!

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Some great boots here from the peerless purveyors of perfect punk-pop poetry, the mighty Buzzcocks !!

A band whose greatness has survived being ripped off by a million useless punk pop bands such as Fall Out Boy, Green Day etc.

These little Manc rascals sure made some amazing innovative and timeless music!

A lot of it is here!

Enjoy!

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Some Buzzcock links;

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Buzzcocks – Midnight Special 08.29.76

This is the famous “Midnight Special” bootleg, featuring The Buzzcocks who, along with The Clash, were here supporting The Sex Pistols at The Screen On the Green, Islington, London on 29 August 1976.

Tracklisting

01.Breakdown
02.Friends of Mine
03.Times Up
04.Orgasm Addict
05.Peking Hooligan
06.Lester Sands (Drop in the Ocean)
07.Oh Shit!
08.You Tear Me Up
09.Love Battery
10.I Can’t Control Myself
11.I Love You You, Big Dummy

Here she be:

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Buzzcocks – Small Songs With Big Hearts: The Rainbow, London, 1979

Since most of their songs were short, snappy numbers, the Buzzcocks’ early material was custom-made for the stage, and the 2005 release Small Songs with Big Hearts certainly reinforces this point.

Recorded in 1979 at the Rainbow Theatre in London, this high-energy 17-track set was previously available as disc one of the 2001 double-disc release Beating Hearts/Small Songs with Big Hearts. As longtime fans know, this was the period when the Buzzcocks were at the top of their game — having just released three back-to-back classic full-lengths (1978’s Another Music in a Different Kitchen and Love Bites, plus 1979’s A Different Kind of Tension), as well as a string of extraordinary singles.

As a result, the performances on Small Songs are comparable to one long adrenaline rush, as such early favorites as “Ever Fallen in Love,” “Harmony in My Head,” and “What Do I Get?” are featured in all their sweaty glory. But from a “more bang for your buck” perspective, you’d probably be better off tracking down a copy of the aforementioned Beating Hearts/Small Songs with Big Hearts double disc, since it contains another fine show from this era (a 1978 performance at the Apollo Theatre in Manchester, England).

— by Greg Prato, allmusic
Tracklisting

1. i don’t mind
2. autonomy
3. ever fallen in love
4. mad mad judy
5. sixteen
6. moving away from the pulsebeat
7. nothing left
8. noise annoys
9. you say you don’t love me
10. harmony in my head
11. i don’t know what to do with my life
12. money
13. i believe
14. breakdown
15. love you more
16. what do i get?
17. boredom

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Lest We Forget

Buzzcocks – Lest We Forget: Live in America, ‘79-’80

A great semi-official bootleg culled during the boys tour of the States at the end of the seventies!

While the Buzzcocks were on tour in 1979 and 1980, Joan McNulty, the publisher of their official fan magazine Harmony in My Head (and then-girlfriend of singer Pete Shelley), taped all their shows on cassette the way Judy Garland’s husband Mickey recorded her final shows.

Decades after these recordings were made, their value is obvious. After lengthy legal haggling between 1982 and the date of release, 1988, Neil Cooper of Reach Out International records was able to issue this very worthwhile series of 19 songs culled from various live performances on the tour.

Who better to compile the music than the woman who gave attention to the group before anyone else in the U.S.A.? The cassette tapes were brought up to Blue Jay Studios in Carlisle, MA, the place where the Joe Perry Project, Aimee Mann, Phil Collins, and others worked, and the material was transferred from the master cassettes into organized form.

There are tons of Buzzcocks favorites here, energetic versions of “What Do I Get,” “Fast Cars,” “Airwaves Dream,” “Fiction Romance,” “Something’s Gone Wrong Again,” all preserved for the ages, presented with love and care by someone who knew their music as well as the band itself. Boston; Chicago; Minnesota;, New Jersey; Providence, RI; New York; and Birmingham, U.K. are all represented with songs from their respective concerts.

As the Doors release all the live tapes from their archives, and artists from Frank Zappa to the Velvet Underground and Jimi Hendrix have their concert tapes being issued to acclaim and sales, Joan McNulty’s efforts can be viewed as pioneering. Decades after it was conceived and released, Lest We Forget is as pure a document as you’ll find on the tour of a vital power pop band. The recording quality is not state of the art, but that adds to the charm.

~ Joe Viglione, All Music Guide
Pete Shelley confirms that these specific tracks were selected by Joan McNulty.

Joan McNulty notes: ‘The original cover was done by Malcolm Garrett – that was his contribution to it (not the cover with the badges on it.) It had the triangular picture of Buzzcocks on it circa 1979 & great lettering… but they [ROIR] dumped it.’

Tracklisting

01) fiction romance Nov 25, 1980 Boston
02) breakdown 1979 Chicago
03) time’s up Nov 25, 1980 Boston
04) autonomy 1979 Minnesota
05) love battery Oct 30, 1980 Birmingham UK
06) ever fallen in love Nov 25, 1980 Boston
07) i don’t mind 1979 Chicago
08) what do you know Nov 22, 1980 New Jersey
09) i believe 1979 Chicago
10) noise annoys 1979 Minnesota
11) what do i get Nov 24, 1980 Providence RI
12) something’s gone wrong again Nov 25, 1980 Boston
13) harmony in my head Nov 22, 1980 New Jersey
14) you say you don’t love me 1979 Chicago
15) i don’t know what to do with my life 1979 Chicago
16) fast cars Nov 22, 1980 New Jersey
17) airwaves dream Nov 24, 1980 Providence RI
18) nothing left 1979 Minnesota
19) love you more Sep 01, 1979 New York

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Bruce Springsteen Live – Dancing in the Parc – Paris 1985


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Bruce Springsteen Live – Dancing in the Parc
Parc De La Courneuve – Paris, France
June 29th, 1985

Great show with some great songs belted out!

That’s not a Status Quo track in there, is it?

Springsteen 1985 Paris – Shut out the Light


From: rollingthunder2001

Tracklisting

01 Born in the USA
05 Atlantic City
06 Shut Out the Light
07 The River
08 Working on the Highway
09 Trapped
10 Darlington County
11 Glory Days
12 The Promised Land
13 My Hometown
14 Thunder Road
15 Cover Me
16 Dancing in the Dark
17 Hungry Heart
18 Cadillac Ranch
19 Downbound Train
20 I’m on Fire
21 Because the Night
22 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
23 Can’t Help Falling in Love
24 Born to Run
25 Bobby Jean
26 Ramrod
27 Twist and Shout_Do You Love Me
28 Rockin’ All over the World

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U2 – The Definitive Covers’ Story From 1979 To 1999


U2 – The Definitive Covers’ Story From 1979 To 1999

More U2 covers. This time from the earlier days.

Very varied covers. All the ways from Hank to Beatles to Lou to Dylan and beyond.

Is that really Guantanamera? Played in Birmingham? … Yap!!

Why the fuck are they playing Guantanamera in Birmingham! Last time I was in Birmingham, I didn’t notice too many Mexicans. None actually! A hell of a lot of Indians and Pakistanis though. Maybe U2 though Guantanamera was written in Calcutta!!

Big thanks to u2-thespiralstaircase.blogspot.com … a great resource for U2 fans.

Tracklisting

01. Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Johnny Cash Tribute, 6/4/1999)
02. Southern Man (Chicago, Rosemont Horizon 28/10/87)
03. All Along The Watchtower/Like A Hurricane (Rotterdam, Ahoy 6/1/90)
04. Dear Prudence ( Tampa, Stadium 10/10/92)
05. Lucille (Los Angeles, Coliseum 18/11/87)
06. Lost Highway (Los Angeles, Coliseum 18/11/87)
07. Help (Paris, Hyppodrome de Vincennes 4/7/87)
08. Discotheque/Black Betty/Whole Lotta Love (Wercheter, Festivalterrein 25/7/97)
09. Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall (Boulder, Cuec 6/6/83)
10. Don’t Let Me Down/Give Peace A Chance (Belfast, Waterfront Hall 5/5/98)
11. Guantanamera (Birmingham, N.E.C. 4/6/87)
12. The Electric Co./Break On Through (Paris, Hyppodrome de Vincennes 4/7/87)
13. Helter Skelter (New York, Madison Square Garden 29/10/87)
14. Rain (Rotterdam, Feyenoord Stadium 18/7/97)
15. Angel Of Harlem/Dancin’ Queen (Milan, Forum 21/5/92)
16. Glad To See You Go (Cork, Opera House 5/10/79)
17. Dirty Old Town (Dublin, Landsdowne Road 31/8/97)
18. Singing In The Rain (Mannheim, Maimarktgelande 31/7/97)
19. I Love You Love (Rotterdam, Feyenoord Stadium 18/7/97)

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U2 – Pulled The Covers (1979-2006)

U2 – Pulled The Covers (1979-2006)
Soundboard & Audience Recordings

Some interesting and very varied selections in here!

Porter to Hank to Presley to Dylan to Ramones to Abba to Marley.

WTF? Abba? … Yap!

What does eclectic mean?

I see that the boys hilariously (yawn!) are dressed in women’s clothing in the cover shot. Are they being ironic about the fact that most people think they’re pussies?! …. Doubt it!

Tracklisting

CD1:

01. All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan – 1989-12-27 – Dublin)
02. Stand By Me feat Springsteen (Ben E. King – 1987-09-25 – Philadelphia)
03. My Sweet Lord (George Harrison – 2001-12-02 – Miami)
04. Christmas, Baby Please Come Home (P. Spector – 1987-12-20 – Tempe)
05. Dirty Old Town – Larry on vocals (Trad. – 1992-11-14 – Anaheim)
06. Rain – A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall (Beatles – Dylan – 1985-06-22 – Milton Keynes)
07. She’s A Mystery To Me (Roy Orbison – 1997-08-06 – Oslo)
08. My hometown (Bruce Springsteen – 1985-06-29 – Dublin)
09. In My Life (Beatles – 2001-07-09 – Stockholm)
10. I Shall Be Released (Bob Dylan – 1987-04-13 – San Diego
11. Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley – 1993-11-27 – Sydney)
12. Dancing Queen feat. Bjorn & Benny (Abba – 1992-06-11 – Stockholm)
13. Unchained Melody (The Righteous Brothers – 1993-05-11 – Rotterdam)
14. Instant Karma (John Lennon – 2005-12-05 – Boston)
15. My Girl (Smokey Robinson – 1993-07-17 – Bologna)
16. Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Johnny Cash – 1994-04-06 – Dublin)
17. Help (Beatles – 1987-10-28 – Chicago)
18. Lost Highway (Hank Williams -1987-09-08 – New York)
19. Maggie’s Farm (Bob Dylan – 1986-06-15 – East Rutherford)
20. Redemption Song (Bob Marley – 1992-10-14 – Houston)
21. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door feat. The Alarm (Bob Dylan – 1983-03-13 – Brighton)
22. Won’t Get Fooled Again (The Who – 2000-12-05 – New York)

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CD2:

01. People get ready feat. Bruce Springsteen (Curtis Mayfield – 2005-10-17 – Philadelphia)
02. Suspicious Minds (Elvis Presley – 1992-10-24 – Tempe, Arizona)
03. Helter Skelter (Beatles – 1987-11-07 – Denver)
04. Sweet Jane Feat. Maria McKee (Velvet Underground – 1987-06-15 – Paris)
05. Southern Man feat. Garland Jeffreys (Neil Young – 1982-03-18 – New York)
06. C’mon everybody (Eddie Cochran – 1986-05-17 – Dublin)
07. Norwegian Wood (Beatles – 2006-06-20 – Sao Paulo)
08. Whiskey in the Jar – Larry on vocals (trad. – 1992-08-25 – Pittsburgh)
09. Ol’ Man River (Hammerstein & Kern – 2005-11-18 – Atlanta)
10. Wild Rover – Larry on vocals (Trad. – 1993-05-11 – Rotterdam)
11. The Saints Are Coming Feat. Green Day (The Skids – 2006-09-25 – New Orleans)
12. When Will I See You Again (The Three Degrees – 2001-10-25 – New York)
13. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts … feat. P. McCartney (Beatles – 2005-07-02 – London)
14. Whire Christmas (Trad. 1989-12-16 – Dortmund)
15. I Remember You (Ramones – 2000-12-05 – New York)
16. Rockin in the free World feat. Pearl Jam (Neil Young – 2006-11-17 – Melbourne)
17. Tequila Sunrise – Larry on Vocals (Eagles – 1987-12-12 – Hampton)
18. Satellite Of Love (Lou Reed – 1992-08-29 – New York)
19. Dear Prudence (Beatles – 1993-07-27 – Copenhagen)
20. Night And Day (Cole Porter – 2003-02-21 – New York)
21. Happy Christmas (John Lennon – 1988-12-16 – Dublin)
22. What’s Going On Feat. Gwen Stephani (Marvin Gay – 2001-11-23 – Phoenix)
23. Glad To See You Go (Ramones – 1979-10-05 – Cork)

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July 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Music_Pop, U2, _MUSIC | Leave a comment