Bonnie Raitt LIVE Jazz & Heritage Festival New Orleans, LA April 23, 1977
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by Rippin Frog
3d ago
Bonnie Raitt Jazz & Heritage Festival Fair Grounds And Racetrack New Orleans, LA April 23, 1977 If you’re a Bonnie fan at any level, casual or hardcore,  I would consider this recording as a must have.  SET LIST 01 Walk Out The Front Door 02 Good Enough 03 Nothing Seems To Matter 04 Love Me Like A Man 05 Kokomo Blues 06 Give It Up Or Let Me Go 07 You Got To Know How 08 About To Make Me Leave Home 09 Sugar Mama 10 Three Time Loser 11 What Do You Want The Boy To Do LINKS MIRROR ZIPPY                        &nbs ..read more
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Stephen Stills - Brady Theater, Tulsa, OK 1995
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by AtticRock
5d ago
Stephen Stills and his band, no Neil Young appearance here, at the Brady Theater in Tulsa, OK Thanks to Vinegar Joe for sharing this good quality soundboard recording with us. Sound Quality: 9.5 Source: Soundboard Track List: 01 - Midnight Rider 02 - So Begins The Task 03 - Love The One You're With 04 - Change Partners 05 - Treetop Flyer 06 - Southern Cross 07 - Born In Chicago 08 - Born Under A Bad Sign 09 - It Won't Go Away 10 - Long Time Gone 11 - Can't Get Next To You 12 - Dark Star 13 - For What It's Worth 14 - Woodstock MP3 - mirror FLAC - mirror http://soundaboard.blogspot.com ..read more
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Buddy Guy LIVE Sweet Tea Release at Legends 2001-05-16
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by Rippin Frog
6d ago
LIVE   From Studio X "Sweet Tea Release Party" Legends, Chicago Illinois  2001-05-16  PERFECT  sound from the master of Chicago blues guitar! Sweet Tea is considered one of Buddy's best recording ever THE BAND Buddy Guy: Guitar, Vocals Orlando: Wright Bass Tony Z: Keyboards Jerry Porter: Drums Frank Blinkal: Guitar Dave Monahan: Saxophone SET 01 Interview With Buddy 02 Intro/Baby Please Don't Leave Me 03 Who's Been Foolin' You 04 Damm Right I Got The Blues 05 Feels Like Rain 06 I Got Something On My Sholder 07 Hoochie Coochie Man   08 Done Got ..read more
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Larry Garner & Band LIVE Watermans Arts Centre , Brentford, London, 26.5.96
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by Rippin Frog
1w ago
LIVE Watermans Arts Centre ,  Brentford, London,  26-5-1996 A Sunday PM slot at what was a two centered “London Blues Festival” - this venue and Blackheath Concert Halls …. recorded direct from mixing desk... .This guy is not a household name... but should be ! SET LIST -  1 Intros 2 Let The Good Times Roll 3 Jook Joint Woman 4 The Preacher man 5 Shak Bully 6 The Road Of Life 7 Had To Quit Drinking 8 Shut It Down 9 One Little Drink 10 Keep Playing The Blues LINKS MIRROR ZIPPY              1FICHIER http://soundaboard.blogspot.com ..read more
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The Who - Gund Arena, Cleveland 2000
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by AtticRock
1w ago
The Who in perfectly fine form at the Gund Arena in Cleveland on the 30th September 2000. This date was part of the third leg of their North America tour 'The Who Tour 2000'. This is the recording of the concert in its entirety taken from the board with great quality, probably using mics capturing the audience. Sound Quality: 9.5 Source: Soundboard Track List: Disc One  01 - I Can't Explain 02 - Substitute 03 - Anyway Anyhow Anywhere 04 - Relay 05 - My Wife 06 - Baba O'Riley 07 - Bargain 08 - Getting In Tune 09 - Sheraton Gibson 10 - Behind Blue Eyes 11 - Pinball Wizard 12 ..read more
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Jeff Beck Group LIVE BBC Sessions, Mar 7, 1967 - Sept17 1968
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by Rippin Frog
2w ago
RIP GUITAR GRAN MASTER JEFF BECK LIVE   BBC Sessions,  Mar 7, 1967 - Sept17 1968 Compilations of different BBC broadcasting Sound Quality vary some better than others Still...JB playing is superb 01-I Ain't Superstitious_1967-03-07.mp3 02-Jeff Beck interview_1967-03-07.mp3 03-Hi Ho Silver Lining_1967-03-07.mp3 04-I Know I'm Losing You_1967-03-07.mp3 05-Let me Love You_1967-03-07.mp3 06-Stone Cold Crazy_1967-03-07.mp3 07-Rock My Plimsoul_1967-05-15.mp3 08-Rock My Plimsoul_1967-07-04.mp3 09-This Morning_1967-07-04.mp3 10-Tallyman_1967-07-04.mp3 11-I Ain't Superstitious_1967 ..read more
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Hawkwind - Apollo Theatre, Glasgow 1982
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by AtticRock
2w ago
Here's Hawkwind in the early eighties with a concert at the Apollo Theatre in Glasgow on 19 October 1982, part of the Choose Your Masques U.K. tour. Throughout Hawkwind's long career dozens of musicians have been in the band, the line-up for this concert was Dave Brock, Harvey Bainbridge, Huw Lloyd-Langton (excellent guitar work), Martin Griffin and Nik Turner, the former three already deceased. The excellent Spanish hard-rock band Baron Rojo was the support act. Sound Quality: 9.5- Source: Soundboard Track List: 01 - Choose Your Masks 02 - Coded Languages 03 - Magnu 04 - Dust Of Time 0 ..read more
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Blood Sweat & Tears LIVE Helsinki, Finland 1974.06.06
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by Rippin Frog
2w ago
Helsinki, Finland 1974.06.06 Very good quality here Fisher does an OK job on vocals  but  Clayton-Thomas raw power is lacking! Jerry Fisher - Vocals Jerry LaCroix - Vocals, Saxophone, Harmonica (R.I.P) Georg Wadenius - Guitar Ron McClure - Bass Larry Willis - Piano Bobby Colomby - Drums Bill Tillman - Woodwinds (R.I.P.) Tony Klata - Trumpet Dave Bargeron - Trombone & Tuba SET LIST   (Look Up to the Sky) 01 Engine 49 * 02 God Bless the Child 03 Snow Queen 04 Maiden Voyage 05 She’s Coming Home 06 Mean Ole World 07 So Long Dixie 08 She Does It To Me ** 09 I Love You More ..read more
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Jeff Beck - Greek Theatre, Los Ahgeles, CA 1980-09-08
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by AtticRock
3w ago
After the sad news of Jeff Beck's passing last Tuesday we go back to 1980 and a show he did at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. A great audience recording sent this way by Vinegar Joe, thanks! Track List: 01. pre-show chatter by the tapers 02. Star Cycle  03. El Becko  04. Too Much To Lose  05. The Pump  06. Cause We've Ended as Lovers  07. Space Boogie  08. The Golden Road 09. Led Boots  10. Diamond Dust  11. Scatterbrain  12. The Final Peace  13. Blue Wind  14. encore call (tape changed during applause) 15. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat 1 ..read more
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John Campbell LIVE Fort Worth, TX 1992-10-11
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by Rippin Frog
3w ago
     LIVE   Fort Worth, TX    1992-10-11 Audience recording of great quality here Guitarist, singer, and songwriter John Campbell had the potential of turning  a whole new generation of people onto the blues  in the 1990s, much the same way Stevie Ray Vaughan did in the '80s.  His vocals were so powerful and his guitar playing so   fiery, you couldn't help but stop what you were doing and pay attention  to what you were hearing. But unfortunately, because   of frail health and a rough European tour, he suffered a heart ..read more
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