Sunday, August 26, 2012
Find it here:
Its a dead Megaupload link. Write a comment if you would like me to reupload it. It's a time thing.
It is written about this recording:
"Where Were You In '89?" contains a superb audience recording that is very clear and consistent (occasional talk). This is an excellent disc for people who love the early Bleach shows. The set list is almost identical to the 10-29-89 show that can be found on "Wired." Wired is a better sounding recording, but most early show collectors will be happy with either. The Paradiso tracks (13-18) are good filler.
The artwork is very plain. The date of this disc (it's one of the older recordings available on a commercial bootleg) and consistent recording earn its "A" rating. People who want a high quality "Roma sounding" soundboard recording should steer clear of this one. It's believed that this disc first surfaced in 1992.
https://rapidshare.com/files/2803124698/25-outubro-89 - Where Were You In _89_ Duchess of York Public House_ Leeds_ UK - 160 kbps _MP3_.rar
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Gosh another week gone by. It started off with a sunrise that left me with this feeling of dread. A beautiful red ball hanging in smoke haze sky. Like an evil eye offering a warning. I would have preferred pulling the car over and enjoy such a rare spectacle, but work was calling. Jack Jensen saw the same thing while walking his dog that same morning, being filled with a similar feeling of dread.
My wife had a scare when she began experiencing chest pains at work, leading to a trip to the hospital emergency room where her condition improved. The doctors could find nothing of concern and we were sent home late in the afternoon. Not so lucky for the guy next door to us:
Stares as he's wheeled by
Doctors jump to beeping sounds
Chaplain at his side
I made the mistake of watching another "911 Truth" video on the public television station. It's depressing to know how easily we are fooled and manipulated. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zezEZ90Rl_w
Boredom sanding/polyurathaning the bookcase and then building the shelving. It feels like it goes on forever.
Is this what it feels like when one is depressed?
The band wasted very little time showcasing their new material from the month-old ‘A Different Kind of Truth.’ ‘She’s the Woman’ (an old club song dating back to the 70’s) and the album’s first single ‘Tattoo’ blended well next to concert favorites ‘Everybody Wants Some,’ ‘Somebody Get Me a Doctor,’ and ‘The Full Bug’ from 1982’s Diver Down, a rarity that until recently hadn’t seen the light of day since 1983’s US Festival.
Back where he properly belongs for his second consecutive tour is David Lee Roth, whose demeanor has gone from “Squirt me one more time and I'll F$%K your girlfriend” to more of a circus ringmaster. Maintaining an ear to ear grin for most of the hour and fifty minute set, the upbeat Roth threw in some slightly comedic tempo changes (a la James Brown, which the band jumped right on) as well as some candy to the audience during ‘Hot For Teacher.’ Roth even showed a video of his sheepdogs while playing the acoustic intro to ‘Ice Cream Man’ (That is Roth playing on the original recording by the way).
Despite abandoning the Garth Brooks-like head set that was used earlier in the tour, there were times when Roth appeared to be trying too hard vocally (mainly on ‘Dance the Night Away’) as he sang (as well as talked) his way through the set. Despite the occasional vocal shortcomings however, Roth held his own on new track ‘The Trouble With Never,’ ‘Beautiful Girls,’ ‘Panama,’ ‘Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love,’ and set closer ‘Jump.’
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Sunday, August 12, 2012
Dave starts the show with "Bit cold here, so to warm up you're going to have to dance, right?"
A very good audience recording.
John tells the crowd, "Word of advice. Keep your fucking show to yourself. Because the silly bastard who threw this is going home without it!"
https://rapidshare.com/files/859955489/Selina_s Nitespot_ Sydney_ Australia_ 12.10.96.rar
It was written:
Only a handful of people showed up, so Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Robby Krieger, and Ray Manzarek played for each other, exploring song arrangements and jamming on a few blues favourites. Ironically, only a few weeks after the Matrix shows, the band's second single, "Light My Fire," would make them famous, selling a million copies on its way to topping the chart during The Summer of Love.
"It was early 1967 and The Doors were about to enter the consciousness of the nation. And this is the way it sounded," Manzarek writes in the album's liner notes.
In spite of the empty room, the band is fully engaged, using the time to give "The End" and "Back Door Man" extra lyrics and extended sections. "This is probably the closest we've come to a true document of The Doors without constraints," says Bruce Botnick, the album's producer and the band's long-time co-producer and engineer.
The band performs much of its self-titled debut on the first disc, including "Soul Kitchen," "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)," and the first single, "Break On Through (To The Other Side)."
Along with those early originals, the band indulges its love of the blues with Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love," Muddy Waters' "I'm A King Bee," and Allen Toussaint's "Get Out Of My Life, Woman," which has never appeared on any previous Doors albums.
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The resultant recording is very clear almost early soundboard quality with the vocals very dominant in the mix. The rest of the instruments are well back in the mix and have a very slight dullness and hollowness to them that you can get with an audience recording, which is an interesting contrast to the crystal clear vocals. The tape is a little light in the bass frequencies and the high frequencies are muted very slightly but there is a mid range warmth to the recording which makes it a very enjoyable listen. There is also a slight background hiss which is only evident during the between song quiet passages.
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https://rapidshare.com/files/1072023194/The Garage_ Glasgow_ Scotland February 6_ 2002.rar