Tuesday, July 26, 2016

George Thorogood Live At The Cellar Door 07-27-78 WHFS Re-Broadcast

I received an eMail requesting this fine recording be upgraded to FLAC.
Recorded by me, from WHFS 102.3 FM Bethesda MD, on a TDK AD-C120 cassette tape using my trusty Pioneer 3 head CT-F1000 Cassette Deck and Pioneer SX-980 receiver. Go HERE to the original post and search the comments for 3 new FLAC links (Zippy).

UPDATE 07-29-2016

New FLAC Links:
ftuvpio contacted me for FLAC files. I sent them to him and he fixed the various errors and incorrect tracking. Added some info and updated the artwork. Enjoy.
 

Thursday, June 30, 2016

THE JAYHAWKS - Live From The Women’s Club Vol. 1 & 2






These CD's, according to the Jayhawks website, were only available at shows and trading amongst fans. I was fortunate enough to acquire them at various shows.
 

Live From The Women’s Club  2002
 1. I’m Gonna Make You Love Me 2. Nothing Left To Borrow 3. Drivin’ Wheel 4. Crowded In The Wings 5. Say You’ll Be Mine 6. Save It For A Rainy Day 7. Two Hearts 8. Smile 9. Trouble 10. Bottomless Cup 11. Tailspin 12. I’d Run Away 13. Break In The Clouds 14. Blue 15. Waiting For The Sun 16. Sound Of Lies 17. Sister Cry – Bonus Tracks – Demos from Smile Album 18. Desperate Serenade 19. Someone Will
Official bootleg recording of the 04/26/02 Women’s Club acoustic show in Minneapolis, MN. Show is edited and the CD has 2 bonus demo tracks recorded sometime in 1998 for Smile.

MP3@320
http://www19.zippyshare.com/v/D8HhdpKL/file.html






Live From The Women’s Club Volume 2  2005
1.One Man’s Problem 2. What Led Me To This Town 3. The Man Who Loved Life 4. Tampa To Tulsa 5. Somewhere In Ohio 6. Settled Down Like Rain 7. Angelyne 8. Jennifer Save Me 9. Clouds 10. All The Right Reasons 11. Reason To Believe – Bonus Tracks – 12. Gypsy In The Mood 13. Okhee’s Theme 14. Save Me From Myself 15. Boston Maid
Second volume of selections from the 04/26/02 Women’s Club acoustic show in Minneapolis, MN. Tracks 12-13 are Smile outtakes recorded at Flowers Studio, Track 14 is a Rainy Day Music demo recorded at Flowers Studio and Track 15 is a demo recorded at The Jayhawks practice space.

MP3@320
http://www9.zippyshare.com/v/Rcogo02z/file.html

Monday, February 22, 2016

ROBERT PALMER - BBC Rock Hour - #439 -Hammersmith Palais


This is a vinyl rip from my BBC Rock Hour LP. Broadcast Week, Sept 25 1983.
Every kind of People, What Can You Bring Me, Dance For Me, You Can Have It (Take My Heart), Woke Up Laughing, Say you Will, Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley, Pride, Sulky Girl, You Are in My System

MP3@320, 114MB, 48:32
http://www8.zippyshare.com/v/mcWYsfTC/file.html

Monday, January 25, 2016

January 23, 2016 - 18:58 | Permalink Bryan Ferry – New Town, Bryan Ferry In Europe [DVD Audio Rip] 2 Hour [re-post]


Bryan Ferry – New Town, Bryan Ferry In Europe [DVD Audio Rip] 2 Hours @320
At long last, with nothing to do during the Blizzard of ’16, I got around to re-posting this great Bryan Ferry DVD. Originally released as ‘New Town’ on VHS in 1989, this classic live concert is taken from various performances filmed during the ‘Bete Noire’ European Tour Of 1988 and 1989. Enjoy!

New Link

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Super Contributer Jim Gives us a Christmas Present!

Camarillo,
This has been fun but here is my last tape from the ‘HFS-102.3 days.  I know versions of this have been posted before.  In fact, I’d be interested if you would repost your last 3 hours tape.  To give it a bit of a twist, I’m including some of the newspaper clippings showing the announced sale of 102.3 to the Outlet Company and the speculation that HFS would re-surface on AM 1390.  Thankfully, that didn’t happen and the long run on 99.1 did happen, although for most of the fans of the old 102.3, the 99.1 years were a slow fade to irrelevance.
Jim
 
Last Hours of 102.3
Here is my last tape of WHFS-102.3 FM Bethesda, MD.  Fittingly it is the last 90 minutes or so of the final sign off on July 14, 1983.  The announcement of WHFS’ sale to the Outlet Company (as shown in The Washington Post story from December 31, 1982), got hundreds of tape recorders busy in the 6 ½ months to follow.  There were many references to ‘The Other Side’ which was intended to be 1390AM.  Interestingly that stirred resistance from another generation, as 1390 was playing a Big Band format at the time.  As we know, that move never happened and the other side ended up being a move across the river to Annapolis and 99.1 FM.
 
Milo spinning tunes on 102.3 for the last time
Followed by the group sign off and the first verse of the Velvet Underground’s ‘After Hours’ … and the tape fades out…

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Jim shared another 'HFS tape with DJ Jim Dunbar

Saturday Morning, May 14, 1983 – Jim Dunbar
Kind of a strange mix here.  An early Saturday morning --too early it seems-- set from Jim Dunbar which features: Siouxsee and the Banshees (Switch), The Minutemen (East Wind- Faith), MX80 Sound (More Than Good), Depeche Mode (an alternate mix of Get the Balance Right), Simple Minds (Premonition), Roxy Music (Just Another High), Dream Syndicate (That’s What You Always Say)…and just after Jim introduces the ‘News Blimp Goes to Hell’… the tape switches to something slightly noisy (was this taped off an AM station?), unintelligible at first…, until you realize it’s about 10 minutes of an episode of the National Lampoon Radio Hour which features a parody of AM Talk Radio in the 70’s among other things.  No commercials, but around the 37 minute mark you get a sampling up and down the DC rock/pop radio dial. Then back to the National Lampoon which starts fading out at the end of the tape.
 
http://www46.zippyshare.com/v/L5ZCuTwG/file.html


Many thanks once again Jim!

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Jim shares yet another 'HFS tape. Friday, March 27, 1981

Camarillo,
 
Here’s my oldest ‘HFS tape so far.  It starts on Friday, March 27, 1981 and finishes up few days after that since there’s a duplicate song; and you would NEVER hear the same song twice on ‘HFS in the same day never mind within the same hour. 
 
Side 1: The Boomtown Rats, The DB’s, Ultravox, Echo and the Bunnymen, Urban Verbs, Graham Parker (twice), The Police and The Stranglers(?).  I believe this was from Milo’s show but I didn’t keep the back announcing. 
 
Side 2: This definitely starts with Milo, likely a day or so later: Martha and the Muffins, The Vapors, Graham Parker (“Don’t Get Excited”- a repeat from Side 1), New Order.
Switching over to David, probably a few days later: The Fleshtones, ?, The Monks, John Cale (“Strange Times in Casablanca”—what a dark song), Talking Heads, and The Pretenders.
 
Enjoy it.  I’ve only got a few more of these 102.3 tapes left to share.
 
http://www60.zippyshare.com/v/a4m9WwaP/file.html

http://www60.zippyshare.com/v/q0qp3ohp/file.html
 
 
Jim

Looks awesome Jim!!! Thanks again for sharing, as always.

What This Is All About

I've been collecting live music from various sources since the mid to late 70's. Radio shows, TV broadcasts, radio show pre-FM CD's and vinyl LP's and some trades. Most of the shows posted here, I recorded and ripped myself. I always had top of the line stereo equipment and cassette and open reel recorders for those on air broadcasts.

I've downloaded plenty of bootlegged concerts from various blogs. As a rule I will only post stuff from my collection and not what is already available out there.

I also post out of print CDs and LPs from my collection.
I will repost from my readers anything someone sends me as long as it is either out of print or something that's not from someone else's blog. If you want to share a link for a cool item on your blog, or someone else's, please feel free to post it in the comments........

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Can you believe that so many out there are starving for the old WHFS? Amazing!

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I have reconsidered my position...and will re-upload dead links, so long as you go to that particular post and make the request from the comments page...

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