Nazareth Marquee Club, London, England 1971-03-01 01 Black Hearted Woman - Wrong Time Wrong Place 02 Fat Man 03 Dear John 04 Empty Arms, Empty Heart 05 Take Me In Your Arms 06 Appears Strange To Me 07 Morning Dew 08 Witchdoctor Woman tt: 50:06 Darrell Sweet - Drums Pete Agnew - Bass Dan McCafferty - Vocals Manny Charlton - Guitars note: This is the oldest known Nazareth live recording
Elvis Presley 'Cut Me & I Bleed - The Other Side of Elvis' (1999 Double G : DG 003) Soundboard / Studio @ 320 Kbps MP3 Alternate Humorous & Sometimes Risque Studio, Home & Live Recorded Tracks http://www.bootlegzone.com/album.php?name=dg003 http://www.discogs.com/Elvis-Presley-Cut-Me-I-Bleed/release/6841753 http://home.online.no/~ov-egela/bleed.html http://www.elvis.net/whattheysay/theysayframe.html Track List: (Artwork Included) 01 Ode To A Robin (The Thomson Home) - September 1973 00:39 02 Wings Of An Angel (aka "The Prisoners Song", Jam Session - 16th January 1968) 01:11 03 U.S.
On Second Thought or better or worse, we here at Stylus, in all of our autocratic consumer-crit greed, are slaves to timeliness. A record over six months old is often discarded, deemed too old for publication, a relic in the internet age.
Now if you want to talk about an album I'm not crazy about,
it would be Bestival 2011, in general the Cure official
live albums have been very disappointing including
Show and Paris, although this version of Primary is tasty.
Introduction .28 Heaven And Hell 4.02 I Can't Explain 3.41 Fortune Teller > 2.34 Tattoo 3.16 Young Man Blues 7.14
It's A Boy > .39 1921 > 2.25 Amazing Journey > 4.45 Sparks 2.58 Eyesight To The Blind > 2.00 Christmas > 3.17 The Acid Queen 3.50 Pinball Wizard 2.49 Do You Think It's Alright > .22 Fiddle About 1.39 Go To The Mirror! > 3.29 Smash The Mirror > 1.08 I'm Free > 2.27 Tommy's Holiday Camp > 1.00 We're Not Gonna Take It 8.47 Boris The Spider 2.35 Summertime Blues > 3.20 Shakin' All Over 4.02 Magic Bus 14.12 Applause .58 Pete explains why there won't be an encore. .43
(basically the band turned the stage into swiss cheese)
This is an excellent Audience Recording. There is a 2 second dropout during Magic Bus (at 7m32s) and also a slight tape drag present during the intro (at 6s). This was the last of three nights at Fillmore West and the day before their court appearance in New York the following morning for a scuffle on stage at the Fillmore East on 16th May. Charges against Roger were
dropped but Pete was fined $75 for kicking a Police Officer.
One Sunday night in the spring of 2014, David Bowie walked into 55 Bar, a 96-year-old jazz joint tucked away on a quiet side street in New York's West Village. A friend, jazz bandleader Maria Schneider, had suggested he check out the night's headliner, a quartet led by saxophonist Donny McCaslin.
While by no means an unknown work, it also seems fair to say that Daryl Hall's first solo LP Sacred Songs gets nowhere near enough retrospective attention. This is mainly due to the inclusion of what many might consider to be an odd associate (at best) or an irreconcilable collaborator (at worst) in art-rock maestro ...
Cornel Wilde's in great shape. We know that because of one of the few spontaneous moments in "Shark's Treasure," his new movie. He's on the deck of his cabin cruiser with three crewmembers. They're all younger men, but he's the skipper and this is his expedition for sunken treasure.
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