Sunday, August 26, 2012


Nothing new this week, the usual goings on at work and home.  We brought our daughter to a college north of Denver, hauling up all her stuff, arranging the dorm room, buying a few supplies and then saying goodbye, all of us beginning a new journey of independence in life.  Their was sadness when it came time to leave, hugs and statements of love.  I'm sure that will all be forgotten once she settles in and becomes comfortable with her new situation.

Back to the music when the weekend arrives. Siouxsie and the Banshees, a very good audience recording, live at Teatro Nuovo, Turin, Italy on June 26, 1981.

The main act tonight was The Doors, an album entitled Soul In The Mirror, a collection of high quality recordings of their songs, a couple from 1968 with the remainder from 1970.  A great collection of some of their best tunes.

Download it here:

Saturday night stared off with the Overcasters who performed live in Denver the night before, a show I just could not find the opportunity to see for a variety of reasons.  Instead I pulled out my recording of their show from Hi-Dive in Denver on August 27, 2011.  I thoroughly enjoyed it a second time. 

Find it here:

Its a dead Megaupload link.  Write a comment if you would like me to reupload it.  It's a time thing.

Nirvana performed a live show on the cranked up truck stereo this night, the bootleg entitled Where Were You in '89, a show at the Dutchess of York Public House in Leeds, UK on October 25, 1989.

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.

Download it here: - Where Were You In _89_ Duchess of York Public House_ Leeds_ UK - 160 kbps _MP3_.rar

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