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Ryan Adams and The Cardinals – Cardinology (2008)


Ryan Adams and The Cardinals – Cardinology (2008)

Cardinology is a planned album by Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, due for release on October 28, 2008. A vinyl version is set for release which includes a bonus 7″, a comic book and a digital download code. The album’s first single, “Fix It”, was released on vinyl and online on September 23, 2008.

Tracklisting

1. “Born Into a Light”
2. “Go Easy”
3. “Fix It”
4. “Magick”
5. “Cobwebs”
6. “Let Us Down Easy”
7. “Crossed Out Name”
8. “Natural Ghost”
9. “Sink Ships”
10. “Evergreen”
11. “Like Yesterday”
12. “Stop”
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Ryan Adams – Bedhead Vols. 1 & 2 (a.k.a. Live Is Hell)

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Ryan Adams – Bedhead Vols. 1 & 2 (a.k.a. Live Is Hell)

An amazing collection of the best of the manifold Adams boots!

Adams, although sometimes capable of greatness (e.g the sublime Jacksonville City Nights – one of the best albums of the past deacade) produces output that is voluminous but however of variable quality.

Plus Adams is a bit of a tosser in real life (from what we read!)

Regardless though, he is an amazing songwriter. One of the best of his generation.

Some proof of this can be had here!

This great collection comes from hardhittingsongs .

Thanks mate! … Check their great blog out!

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Ryan Adams – Bedhead Vol. 1

Welcome to Hard Hitting Songs … To start things off, here is the first installment of the amazing Ryan Adams bootleg-series Bedhead.

Torrents for these can be downloaded from the Ryan Adams Archive, but these files are either flac or shn files, and not tagged. I have converted them to mp3s (192 kbps) and tagged them… just for you -)

Enjoy!



Tracklisting

October 28, 1999 – Nashville, TN
01. Statuettes With Wounds
02. Onslow County
03. Folklore

October 29, 2000 – Asheville, NC
04. Memories Of You
05. It Wasn’t…

February 16, 2000 – Austin,TX
06. Don’t Fail Me Now

September 28, 2000 – Philadelphia, PA
07. Nighttime Gals
08. Gimme Sunshine
09. Born Yesterday
10. Oh My Sweet Valentine

November 07, 2000 – Gothenberg, Sweden
11. Abigail
12. The Fools We Are As Men
13. I’m Alright Today

November 1, 2000 – Minneapolis, MN
14. Hey There Mrs.Lovely
15. Just Like A Whore

February 13, 2001 – Seattle, WA
16. Mara Lisa

February 17, 2001 – San Francisco, CA
17. Movie Star Girl
18. My California Love
19. God Bless The Week(You Go Away)

Disc 2 (Vol 2)
February 17, 2001 – San Francisco, CA
01. Pretending’s Fun
02. Caterwaul
03. What Sin
04. Memphis (aka Drunk & Fucked Up)
05. Where Is My Heart,Famous Eyes?
06. She Wants To Play Hearts

February 18, 2001 – San Francisco, CA
07. Perfect and True
08. Young Winds
09. The Shoeshine Man

April 24, 2001 – Malmo, Sweden
10. Dear Anne
11. My Love For You Is Real
12. Everything’s Alright

July 14, 2001 Nashville, TN (with The Pinkhearts)
13. Charmed
14. Tell Me How You Want Me

November 14, 2001 – San Francisco, CA (with The LAX)
15. Don’t Ask For The Water
16. Desire
17. I Don’t Wanna Work

Disc 3 (Vol 3)
January 5, 2000 – New York, NY
01.The Poison And The Pain
02. The String And The Wire

April 28, 2001 – Bergen, Norway
03. Silver Bullets
04. Dreams Of A Working Class Clown
05. 100 Krona I Just Won(Improv)

September 28, 2001 – Atlanta, GA (with The Sweetheart Revolution)
06. Friendly Fire
07. Mega Superior Gold
08. Gimme A Sign
09. Tennessee Sucks

October 5, 2001 – Boston, MA (with The Sweetheart Revolution)
10. Candy Doll
11.The Shakin’ Blues

October 31, 2001 – Oslo, Norway (with The Sweetheart Revolution)
12. You Will Always Be The Same
13. Poor Jimmy
14. Fool For You
15. Friends (aka For Beth)
16. Prison Letter

October 22, 2001 – Glasgow, Scotland (with The Sweetheart Revolution)
17. C’mon Little Girl

February 6, 2002 – Amsterdam, Netherlands (with The Sweetheart Revolution)
18. Vampire

Bedhead was initially distributed via the whiskeytownavenues yahoo list and was put together by Mike DuBose in May 2002.

Tracklist song titles updated to accord those as listed on www.answeringbell.com

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Ryan Adams – Bedhead Vol. 2 (a.k.a. Live Is Hell)

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Yap … part two of the excellent Bedhead-bootlegs, featuring some surprising cover versions, eg Sonic Youth and Madonna (!).WTF!

Remember, if you plan on burning these files to disc, then head over to Ryan Adams Archive, and use the torrents instead. These feature lossless formats like flac, and sound better than mp3.

Enjoy!


Tracklisting

Disc 1

1. Monday Night (09-26-00, Toronto, ONT)
2. 1974 (02-20-01, Los Angeles, CA) ***
3. Sunday, Wish You Were Here (10-22-01, Glasgow, UK) ***
4. Saturday Night (12-03-01, Columbia, MO)
5. 1986 (12-06-01, Iowa City, IA)
6. Off Broadway (12-07-01, Madison, WI)
7. This Time (02-06-02, Amsterdam, NL)
8. Mix Tapes (02-06-02, Amsterdam, NL)
9. Soundtrack Of Your Life (02-09-02, Stockholm, SWE)
10. Wish You Were Here (03-04-02, San Francisco, CA)
11. Diamonds Or Hearts (03-06-02, Portland, OR)
12. In The Night (03-01-02, San Diego, CA)
13. Psalms (03-22-02, Philadelphia, PA)
14. Going To Brownsville (03-07-02, Seattle, WA)
15. Queen Of The World (03-13-02, Chicago, IL)

Disc 2

1. World War 24 (04-09-02, London, UK)
2. Alanis (05-18-02, The Woodlands, TX)
3. English Girls Approximately (10-15-02, Chicago, IL) ***
4. Jim (11-06-02, Berlin, GER)
5. Stumblin’ Thru’ The Dark Tonight (11-15-02, Helsinki, FIN) ***
6. Shadowlands (11-28-02, Dublin, EIRE)
7. Thank You Louise (11-28-02, Dublin, EIRE)
8. Hard Way To Fall (12-01-02, Tilburg, NL)
9. Twice As Bad As Love (12-04-02, Utrecht, NL)
10. Learn How To Say Goodbye (12-04-02, Utrecht, NL)
11. I See Monsters (12-05-02, Groningen, NL)
12. Witch Hunt (12-07-02, Brussels, BEL)
13. Jeanne (01-17-03, New York, NY)
14. Chelsea Nights (01-17-03, New York, NY)

Disc 3

1. Expressway To Yr. Scull (12-05-02, Groningen, NL)
2. Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground (12-07-01, Madison, WI)
3. Wharf Rat (03-07-02, Seattle, WA)
4. Bitch (02-13-02, Hamburg, GER)
5. Beast Of Burden (01-17-03, New York, NY)
6. Dead Flowers (11-01-00, Minneapolis, MN)
7. Brown Sugar (12-08-02, Paris, FR)
8. Return Of The Grevious Angel (10-29-99, Asheville, NC)
9. Ooh Las Vegas (03-01-02, San Diego, CA)
10. Sin City (03-11-02, Minneapolis, MN)
11. Sweet Jane (10-30-02, Portland, OR)
12. I Still Miss Someone (11-05-00, Stockholm, SWE)

Disc 4

1. Nervous Breakdown (03-21-02, New York, NY)
2. Last Nite (04-10-02, London, UK)
3. Morning Glory (04-09-02, London, UK)
4. Lovesick Blues (10-05-01, Boston, MA)
5. Wonderwall (10-20-00, New York, NY)
6. Like A Virgin (12-01-02, Tilburg, NL)
7. Helpless (10-28-99, Nashville, TN)
8. Sweetest Decline (11-27-02, Dublin, EIRE)
9. Daniel (04-02-02, Nashville, TN)
10. Tiny Dancer (04-02-02, Nashville, TN)
11. Rocket Man (10-03-01, New York, NY)
12. I Wanna Be Your Dog (12-03-01, Columbia, MO)
13. Come Down Easy (12-05-02, Groningen, NL)

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October 11, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams – Rare Stuff

An interesting selection of Adams tracks I found somewhere.


Tracklisting

01. Blue
02. Bow To The Sad Lady
03. Cracks In A Photograph
04. Im Waiting
05. Like The Twilight Aka Memphis
06. Off Broadway
07. Famous Eyes
08. One For The Rose
09. Pretenders
10. Tell It To My Heart
11. Walls
12. Little Moon (Demo)
13. Miss Sunflower (Demo)
14. My California Love (Demo)

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August 15, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Music_Alternative, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Elizabethtown – Soundtrack (2005)

Elizabethtown – Soundtrack (2005)
Mp3 @ 160 kbps
Released; September 13, 2005
Genre; Rock, pop, alternative country
Length; 58:47
Label; RCA Records
Producer; Cameron Crowe

The OST from the 2005 movie directed by the insanely over-rated Cameron Crowe.

A few interesting tracks from the likes of Ryan Adams, The Hollies, Tom Petty, My Morning Jacket et al.

Some ridiculous “artists” too … Elton fucking John et al!

And no, I’ve not seen the movie. Nor am I gonna rush out and buy a copy of the DVD!

Tracklisting

1. 60B (Etown Theme) – Nancy Wilson
2. It’ll All Work Out – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
3. My Father’s Gun – Elton John
4. IO (This Time Around) – Helen Stellar
5. Come Pick Me Up – Ryan Adams
6. Where to Begin – My Morning Jacket
7. Long Ride Home – Patty Griffin
8. Sugar Blue – Jeff Finlin
9. Don’t I Hold You – Wheat
10. Shut Us Down – Lindsey Buckingham
11. Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out) – The Hombres
12. Hard Times (Come Again No More) – Eastmountainsouth
13. Jesus Was A Cross Maker – The Hollies
14. Square One – Tom Petty
15. Same In Any Language – I Nine

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August 15, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, Music_Pop, Ryan Adams, Various Artists, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals – "Come Pick Me Up"

I wish you would come pick me up, take me out, fuck me up

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When they call your name
Will you walk right up
With a smile on your face
Or will you cower in fear
In your favorite sweater
With an old love letter

I wish you would
I wish you would
Come pick me up
Take me out
Fuck me up
Steal my records
Screw all my friends
They’re all full of shit
With a smile on your face
And then do it again
I wish you would

When you’re walking downtown
Do you wish I was there
Do you wish it was me
With the windows clear and the mannequins eyes
Do they all look like mine

You know you could
I wish you would
Come pick me up
Take me out
Fuck me up
Steal my records
Screw all my friends behind my back
With a smile on your face
And then do it again
I wish you would

I wish you’d make up my bed
So I could make up my mind
Try it for sleeping instead
Maybe you’ll rest sometime
I wish I could

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals performing “Come Pick Me Up” on the Letterman show.

This song, written by Adams and Van Alston, appears on the Heartbreaker LP (2000), his debut solo album.

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August 5, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Ryan Adams, _BABE, _MUSIC, _PHOTOGRAPHY, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams A to Z . . . LIVE!

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Adams is a frustrating character. Hugely talented and able to produce records of inherent greatness – such as some of the Whiskytown albums (esp. Stranger’s Almanac) and some solo stuff such as Jacksonville City Nights – but just as often, dull MOR songs and albums.

He prizes the fact that his output is voluminous … but more does not necessarily mean better! Often the opposite, in fact!

Also, he really does try way too fucking hard to be a “real” rock n’roll star!! … Ryan, you ain’t Keef Richards … nor shall you ever be!

Saying that, he has written some mighty songs.

And here are live versions of some of these great tracks here posted by the excellent berkeleyplace

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Ryan Adams A to Z . . . LIVE!

A is for Answering Bell (acoustic version) (live)-Ryan Adams

B is for Battering Down Your Soul-Ryan Adams (acoustic)

C is for Carolina, as in Sweet Carolina (acoustic version)-Ryan Adams

D is for Drunk Santa-Rapper??

E is for Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart-Whiskeytown (live 1977)

F is for Further Down the Road-Whiskeytown (unreleased track)

G is for The Ghosts are Out Tonight-Ryan Adams.

H is for Hipshake-Whiskeytown (unreleased track)

I is for I’m In Love Because I Just Made Love-Ryan Adams. (One of my favorite titled Ryan tunes.)

J is for Jesus on the Dashboard-Ryan Adams

K is for a kiss before i go-Ryan Adams (acoustic)

L is for Lo Fi Tennessee Mountain Angel-Whiskeytown

M is for My Winding Wheel-Ryan Adams

N is for Nurses with the Pills-Whiskeytown

O is for Ooooh Las Vegas-Ryan Adams

P is for Poison and the Pen-Ryan Adams

R is for Rescue Blues-Ryan Adams

S is for 16 Days-Whiskeytown (slow version)

T is for Tina Toledo’s Walkin’ Blues-Ryan Adams

U is for unknown title. I think this is called One Of Us Is The Sucker (And The Other One Gets To Play)-Ryan Adams.

I couldn’t find something for V, so I figured I’d throw in Dancing With The Women at the Bar. This is Ryan Adams’ version of the song originally recorded by Whiskeytown, from one of my favorite albums ever, “Stranger’s Almanac.” I recommend you all buy it now.

W is for When the Stars Go Blue-Ryan Adams

Y is for You Will Always Be the Same-Ryan Adams

Z is for ZIP file of all the savefile/mooloads.



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August 5, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Music_Alternative, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The great "Dead Flowers" by Jagger/Richards

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I’ll be in my basement room with a needle & a spoon and another girl can take my pain away
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Recording on “Dead Flowers” began on December 15, 1969 at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Alabama.

According to some interpretations, the song is about a man whose girlfriend left him and because of his sadness turns to drugs to make him feel better:

Well when you’re sitting back in your rose pink Cadillac, making bets on Kentucky Derby Day, I’ll be in my basement room with a needle and a spoon, and another girl can take my pain away

“Dead Flowers” is said to refer to heroin and there is much reference in the lyrics to the needle and spoon – paraphernalia common with heroin use.

The song is notable for its use of the Stones’ core members each playing their respective instruments, with Ian Stewart on piano and singer Mick Jagger taking up acoustic guitar.

The song appears on Sticky Fingers (1971), Ladies and Gentleman: The Rolling Stones (1974) and Stripped (1995).

The track is rolled out at many Stones gigs! The Stones actually performed the song during their A Bigger Bang Tour at Louisville’s famed Churchill Downs, in reference to the line from the song “… making bets on Kentucky Derby Day..”.

A live cut from their 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour can be found on the 1995 live album Stripped.

The song is durable and has been covered by many artists ranging from the sublime (Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, etc.) to the ridiculous (Poison, etc.)!

Artists by whom the song has been recorded, include the following:

* Guns N’ Roses bootleg unplugged album
* GG Allin, on The Troubled Troubador (released in 1996).
* Gilby Clarke, on Pawnshop Guitars (released in 1994).
* Steve Earle, on Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator (released in 1991) and Ain’t Ever Satisfied: The Steve Earle Collection (released in 1996).
* The Good Brothers, on The Good Brothers Live (released in 1980).
* Henry McCullough, on Cut (released in 2000).
* The Karl Hendricks Trio, on Buick Electra (released in 1992).
* New Riders of the Purple Sage, on Live Austin, TX 06/13/1975.
* Nine Pound Hammer, on Mulebite Deluxe (released in 2005).
* Poison, on Poison’d (released in 2007).
* The Powder Kegs, on The Seedhouse (released in 2007).
* Michael Stanley, on The Farrago Sessions (released in 2006).
* Townes Van Zandt, on Roadsongs and Abnormal.

One of Townes Van Zandt’s versions of the song is included on the soundtrack to the film The Big Lebowski.

You can download this song as part of the great Sticky Fingers … as well as loads of other Stones stuff … HERE

Two great versions of this majestic song on video are coming up below!

Well, when you’re sitting there
In your silk upholstered chair
Talking to some rich folks that you know
Well I hope you won’t see me
In my ragged company
You know I could never be alone

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you’re the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won’t forget to put roses on your grave

Well, you’re sitting back
In your pink Cadillac
Making bets on Kentucky Derby Day
I’ll be in my basement room
With a needle and a spoon
And another girl can take my pain away

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you’re the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won’t forget to put roses on your grave

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you’re the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the US mail
Say it with dead flowers at my wedding
And I won’t forget to put roses on your grave
No I won’t forget to put roses on your grave

(Jagger/Richards)

Keith Richards – Dead Flowers live

Keef and some muso buddies – including Willie Nelson, Hank Williams III and Ryan Adams – aka the Lost Highwaymen knock out this classic on US TV.

From: evilutionvision

The Rolling Stones – Dead Flowers live

The Stones knock out this classic on tour way back in 1972, not long after the release of “Sticky Fingers”. A great live clip of the boys at their prime!

From: bilsim

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July 9, 2008 Posted by | DeadFlowers, Hank Williams III, Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Norah Jones – Stay With Me (2008)


Norah Jones – Stay With Me (2008)
Mp3 @ 256 kbps

From the cover, it seems that this hotty should be called NoBra Jones!

Gotta say I don’t know too much about this chick’s stuff, aside from the wonderful duet Dear John with Ryan Adams on Jacksonville City Nights.

Anyway, this is a collection of rare non album tracks from Miss Jones.

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Ryan Adams & Norah Jones “Dear John”

Norah Jones guests with Ryan Adams & the Cardinals on “Dear John” at Town Hall, New York City, on Tuesday, December 5, 2006.

From: qbertplaya


Tracklisting

1. Day Is Done
2. Peace
3. What Am I To You
4. No Easy Way Down
5. More Than This
6. Something Is Calling You
7. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
8. Ruler Of The Day
9. In The Dark
10. Butterflies
11. Wait
12. In A Whisper

here be noBra;

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July 4, 2008 Posted by | Music_Pop, Norah Jones, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams – Demolition (2002)

Ryan Adams – Demolition (2002)

We do love Ryan. Though quite an obnoxious git betimes, in real life, his music has always been of a high quality. But fuck real life! we only care about music here! We don’t even care about our own real life. Not sure we even have one!

Ryan Adams had claimed in 2002 to have written and recorded enough songs over the previous few years to fill a four-CD collection – and that’s in addition to his acclaimed 2001 breakthrough Gold.

Wisely, Adams decided to skip the box set and issue a sort of “best of” compilation comprising 13 unreleased demos.

Recorded at four different studio sessions in Nashville, Los Angeles, and Stockholm, with a cast of musicians that includes his road band the Pinkhearts, Gillian Welch, David Rawlings, Ethan Johns, Chris Stills, Bucky Baxter, and Greg Leisz, Demolition proves that Adams is a great talnt.

When he’s good, he’s very good: the rousing country-rocker “Hallelujah,” the brooding acoustic ballads “Dear Chicago” and “Tomorrow,” and the jangly power-pop number “Gimme a Sign” are as fine as anything on Gold. But Adams sometimes lapses into mimicry, as he does on “Nuclear” and “Starting to Hurt.”

Tracklisting

1. Nuclear
2. Hallelujah
3. You Will Always Be The Same
4. Desire
5. Cry On Demand
6. Starting To Hurt
7. She Wants To Play Hearts
8. Tennessee Sucks
9. Dear Chicago
10. Gimme A Sign
11. Tomorrow
12. Chin Up, Cheer Up
13. Jesus (Don’t Touch My Baby)

Hey, stop your cryan ryan!

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Ryan Adams – Peaceful Valley

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All my life, I’ve been locked into the darkness, with a gun to my head, trying to find a peaceful song.

The great “Peaceful Valley” is the best track from Ryan’s best album, the magnificent Jacksonville City Nights.

Jacksonville City Nights is, most sadly, a truly neglected masterpiece. If I say that it is veritably Dylanesque in it’s scope and quality, there is no greater accolade I can pay.

“Peaceful Valley” is a dark, complex, beautifully written, song by Adams calling upon powerful imagery, at times Old Testament in nature, to describe the intense existentialist and moralistic struggles of the protagonist. This, above a beautiful plaintiff melody that meshes perfectly with the power of the lyrics.

There is a sense of humour in the song too and, all in all, the lyrics come across like a mix of Charles Bukowski, T. S. Eliot and the Book of Job!

Here are two live performances of this wonderful track.


Lord take me on

To the peaceful valley

Down the winding river

To your city of souls

I’ve grown so tired

And my heart’s grown heavy

To walk any longer

To your cities of gold

All my life I’ve longed for forgiveness

But I can never seem to get enough

All my life I’ve been locked into the darkness

With a gun to my head

Trying to find a peaceful song

Trying to find a peaceful song

To sing when everything goes wrong

Till the peaceful valley calls me on

Up there in the clouds

In that glorious kingdom

Tell me there ain’t nothing but an easy recline

Can I still smoke my cigarettes and have my coffee

Up there in heaven with a bottle of wine

Cause all my life, I’ve longed for forgiveness

But I can never seem to get enough

All my life I’ve been locked into the darkness

With a gun to my head

Trying to find a peaceful song

To sing when everything goes wrong

Till the peaceful valley calls me home

Oh take me home to the peaceful valley

Down the winding river

To your city of souls

Ryan Adams – Peaceful Valley – Bruce Mason Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
15 August 2007

Ryan Adams – Peaceful Valley – HOB Chicago, 22 January 2007


April 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals Live at Das Haus on October 17, 2006

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Ryan Adams & The Cardinals Live at Das Haus on October 17, 2006
Ludwigshafen, Germany

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Taped by: Sebastian Boschert (sebastian@2007.org )


I’ll miss those nights at the bar

With every girl all loaded like freights

And the pain in the morning comes as easy as it goes

Can’t find the truth in a house of lies

And you can’t see tomorrow with yesterday’s eyes

One shot, one beer and a place where nobody cries

One more kiss ‘fore I go

One more night and day

Breath all heavy and slow

One shot, one beer and a kiss before I go

This is a great quality soundboard recording of a great Adams show with the Cardinals.

Ryan’s in sit down mode and the treatment of old and new songs by the full band is quite brilliant. The sound quality too is excellent making this truly a five star recording in all respects.

This is one of the very best boot recordings I’ve heard of Adams. Be amazed at the quality of Ryans’ performance, of the band’s playing, of the recording itself.

Of course the material is mostly the cream of a very large and impressive repertoire. Along with some great covers by Lenny Cohen, Gerry Garcia etc.

Best of all are some great tracks from Ryan’s best album, the magnificent Jacksonville City Nights.

Difficult to see how this boot could be surpassed. First class!

Here’s a clip from this show, the wonderful “Peaceful Valley”;


Tracklisting

Disc 1:

01 Intro
02 Magnolia Mountain
03 Hallelujah [L Cohen]
04 Blue Hotel
05 To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)
06 New York, New York
07 She Wants to Play Hearts
08 Chin Up, Cheer Up
09 Freeway to the Canyon
10 Harder Now That It’s Over
11 [Fade Out]

Disc 2:

01 [Fade In]
02 Damn Sam (I Love a Woman That Rains)
03 Easy Plateau
04 Peaceful Valley
05 Trouble On Wheels
06 Firecracker
07 Why Do They Leave?
08 A Kiss Before I Go
09 Dear John
10 Cold Roses
11 Bird Song [Jerry Garcia]
12 Wild Flowers
13 Let It Ride

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Format Size

64Kbps M3U Stream
64Kbps MP3 ZIP 64.5M
VBR M3U Stream
VBR ZIP 194.7M

Thanks to Sebastian

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April 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Music_Bootleg, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams- Olympia Theatre – Dublin, November 28, 2002

Ryan Adams- Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland, November 28, 2002

Here’s the much maligned Ryan Adams at the Olympia Theatre, in Dublin on November 28, 2002.

I really don’t understand the sea of anti-Adams sentiment out there – mostly by assholes who’ve never even heard his records! I mean, rather insanely, he gets less credit than his evil cretin namesake, that purveyor of muzak for lifts, Brian Adams!

Young Ryan may apparently be somewhat of a twat in his personal life (so fucking what?) but he is a great songwriter. You don’t believe? Well then start by checking out the magnificent Jacksonville City Nights by Ryan Adams & the Cardinals from a few years back. It’s truly Dylanesque – and no greater compliment can be paid.

This a solo Ryan show by the way and the songs are stripped-down and slower. And, Ryan talks . . . a lot! That’s fine too though! Much of it is interesting – especially where he talks about his encounter with Bob Dylan.

We also get a Beth Orton cover and a guest appearance by his mate Mr. Malin!

Listen Here!

Sweet Lil Gal (23rd/1st)
Oh My Sweet Carolina
Tomorrow
Firecracker [w/ Chief on harmony vocal]
Shadowlands
To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)
I’m Alright Today
Ryan talks (about his encounter with Bob Dylan)
Thank You Louise
I See Monsters
Sylvia Path
The Bar Is a Beautiful Place
Touch, Feel & Lose
My Winding Wheel
When the Stars Go Blue
Twice As Bad As Love
New York, New York
Desire
Bartering Lines
Sweetest Decline [Beth Orton cover]
Solitaire [w/ Jesse Malin]
La Cienega Just Smiled

Here’s the complete set in zip format: ZIP

thanks /www.rbally.net

January 16, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Ryan Adams- Olympia Theatre – Dublin, November 28, 2002

Ryan Adams- Olympia Theatre – Dublin, Ireland, November 28, 2002

Here’s the much maligned Ryan Adams at the Olympia Theatre, in Dublin on November 28, 2002.

I really don’t understand the sea of anti-Adams sentiment out there – mostly by assholes who’ve never even heard his records! I mean, rather insanely, he gets less credit than his evil cretin namesake, that purveyor of muzak for lifts, Brian Adams!

Young Ryan may apparently be somewhat of a twat in his personal life (so fucking what?) but he is a great songwriter. You don’t believe? Well then start by checking out the magnificent Jacksonville City Nights by Ryan Adams & the Cardinals from a few years back. It’s truly Dylanesque – and no greater compliment can be paid.

This a solo Ryan show by the way and the songs are stripped-down and slower. And, Ryan talks . . . a lot! That’s fine too though! Much of it is interesting – especially where he talks about his encounter with Bob Dylan.

We also get a Beth Orton cover and a guest appearance by his mate Mr. Malin!

Listen Here!

Sweet Lil Gal (23rd/1st)
Oh My Sweet Carolina
Tomorrow
Firecracker [w/ Chief on harmony vocal]
Shadowlands
To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)
I’m Alright Today
Ryan talks (about his encounter with Bob Dylan)
Thank You Louise
I See Monsters
Sylvia Path
The Bar Is a Beautiful Place
Touch, Feel & Lose
My Winding Wheel
When the Stars Go Blue
Twice As Bad As Love
New York, New York
Desire
Bartering Lines
Sweetest Decline [Beth Orton cover]
Solitaire [w/ Jesse Malin]
La Cienega Just Smiled

Here’s the complete set in zip format: ZIP

thanks /www.rbally.net

January 16, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, Ryan Adams, _MUSIC | Leave a comment