More from thirty years ago……….
The Jam – Trans GlobalMarch 21, 1982, Bingley Hall
The Jam – Trans Global March 21, 1982, Bingley Hall, Birmingham, UK
01. Strange Town 02. Carnation 03. Town Called Malice 04. Happy Together 05. Boy About Town 06. Ghosts 07. 5`o Clock Hero 08. That’s Entertainment 09. Tales From The Riverbank 10. Precious 11. Running On The Spot 12. Move On Up 13. In The Crowd 14. Private Hell 15. Pretty Green 16. Trans Global Express 17. The Gift 18. Circus 19. Pity Poor Alfie 20. Fever 21. Funeral Pyre 22. Butterfly Collector 23. When You’re Young
How about a live version of Patterson Hood’s new solo album Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance, along with some commentary and insight into the songs from the man himself – with the exception of track 7 the recordings have being culled and condensed from this recording all credit and thanks to original tapers and uploaders.
Download the full album.
1 – 12-01 2 – Leaving Time 3 – Disappear 4 – Better Off Without 5 – (untold pretties) 6 – After the Damage 7 – Better Than The Truth 8 – Betty Ford 9 – Depression Era 10 – Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance 11 – Come Back Little Star 12 – 15 Days
. . . → Read More: Patterson Hood – Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance – Live
By the time you read this I, barring a last minute disaster, I will be on my way in the company of my better half to Birmingham to see Paul Weller at the LG Arena.
Thought it would be a good time to post this, if you’re watching thanks for the anonymous tip off and download link whoever you are, the full FLAC download including interview segments of this performance can be downloaded here along with the artwork – I’ve stripped out the tracks only and present them as 192 bit-rate mp3′s, if you hearing isn’t scarred by having the volume turned up to loud for too long get the FLAC files for quality.
KCRW Radio FM Broadcast
Santa Monica California
Thursday November 4, 2010
Paul Weller – Out Of The Sinking
Paul Weller – All On A Misty Morning
Paul Weller – Andromeda
Paul Weller – No Tears . . . → Read More: Paul Weller – Live KCRW
ArnieG Ray Davies Town Hall NYC Nov 19 2009
Great set of Kinks songs (and a solo track) from a performance by Ray Davies, backed by the Dessoff Chamber Choir at the Town Hall in New York City in November of last year, Ray’s band for the evening was Bill Shanley – Guitars, Dick Nolan – Bass, Damon Wilson – Drums, Ian Gibbons – Keyboards, the choirmaster was David Temple.
The photos in the post are part of a brilliant set taken at the concert – you can view and buy prints here
ArnieG Ray Davies Town Hall NYC Nov 19 2009
Peppered with classic tracks and a great selection from The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, which by the way is available a Limited Edition (500) Double LP from Reflex.
Get the complete song set here. Track-listing: 1 Shangri-la 2 Victoria 3 Working Man’s Cafe . . . → Read More: Ray Davies & the Dessoff Chamber Choir “Choral Village Green Classics”
This is a great Mountain Stage performance from by Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit (Jimbo Hart on bass, Derry deBorja on keyboards, Chad Gamble on drums and Browan Lollar on slide guitar), the band performed five tracks from last years wonderful self titled album, which has never being far from my turntable since it’s release.
The good news is the the man himself is back in the studio cooking up another set of songs at FAME – can’t wait.
Soldiers Get Strange
Streetlights Seven-Mile Island The Blue The Last Song I Will Write . . . → Read More: Jason Isbell & 400 Unit – Mountain Stage
There was a great show on Radio 4 recently , some interesting facts and a brief history of “Bootlegs”, a great listen for anyone who’s love of music verges on the obsessive.
“Writer and broadcaster David Hepworth charts the story of secret recordings, artist out-takes and demo tapes that make up the world of bootleg recordings, from Bob Dylan’s Great White Wonder in 1969 to the file sharing internet sites of the 21st century, via the Beatles, the Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Sex Pistols and Led Zeppelin.David also talks to contemporary artists including Ryan Adams who have come to embrace the bootleggers, and hears from bootleggers of the 1960s and 70s who pitted their wits against security guards, the Feds and the record companies to get their unofficial releases out to the public”
You can listen here or download and listen at your leisure here For One Night Illegally
. . . → Read More: For One Night Illegally – The History of the Bootleg