Thursday, January 17, 2008

Bruck Cockburn live 1981 - Rumours Of Glory Audio Rip



I purchased this DVD from the same guy I got the live Thomas Dolby DVD from. He converts VHS tapes and other video sources to DVD.

Check him out here:
http://antisoshal.com/video/

This concert in 1981 at the Music Hall in Toronto was documented by the film Rumours of Glory, directed by Martin Lavut. It is pretty awesome and a real rare slice of early Bruce Cockburn live.



Here's the description off of the website:

Bruck Cockburn live 1981 - Rumours Of Glory
Tuesday, 17 October 2006
A live movie filmed in 1981 on 16mm film, this was shown on Canadian Television and limited theatrical release. Coming in a little under an hour and a half, the picture is good for being essentially an amateur film, with the worst part being the poor response to stage lighting from using stock film rather than film meant for that sort of environment. The sound here is fabulous and is literally CD quality. Coming in around an hour and 20 minutes, the quality rates a 4 and songs are as follows:

The Trouble With Normal
Going Up Against Chaos
Wondering Where The Lions Are
Radio Shoes
Creation Dream
Rumours Of Glory
Civilization And Its Discontent
Momma Just Wants To Barrelhouse All Night
Coldest Night Of The Year
Alls Quiet On The Inner City Front
Loner
Tokyo
All The Diamonds In The World
In The Falling Dark
Wanna Go Walking



161MB, MP3@320, 80 Minutes

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=TRTHXLBR

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

??? Tho' they're tagged as Cockburn, these are actually excerpts from TV shows - 'Deal or No Deal' & some cop show

Anonymous said...

Kayaker, Thanks for the Cockburn. I saw Bruce at the old Wax Museum concert venue back in 1984. He had just released "Stealing Fire" and was riding high from the radio exposure of "If I Had A Rocket Launcher". HFS was playing Bruce a lot in 1984 and they always featured great tunes from Bruce's past as well.
Saw Bruce at the Warner Theater and also Wolf Trap around 1989.
Great memories.
VanFan

Anonymous said...

I have a rare 6 song live EP that Bruce released back in the 90s....You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Chance. I believe it is OOP. I could upload a copy to you. Let me know.
1. Call It Democracy
2. Stolen Land
3. Strange Waters
4. Fascist Architecture
5. Pay Your Money.....Chance
6. Birmingham Shadows
VanFan

WVKayaker said...

Sure, love to have it!

WVKayaker said...

I wish I had seen him in the Stealing Fire era, my favorite Bruce Album and possibly a top ten, desert island album for me, along with the live album.
Saw him at the Birchmere 6-8 years or so back and was a bit dissapointed, another one of those shows when you expect a band and he plays solo with one guy providing guitar or bass backup...still a decent show, but I want the whole band like on the live album.

WVKayaker said...

Anonymous said...
??? Tho' they're tagged as Cockburn, these are actually excerpts from TV shows - 'Deal or No Deal' & some cop show

LMFAO!...Guess I better re-rip this show! Must have put it on CD and didn't change the source on my reciever...I'll delete the link and try again...

WVKayaker said...

New link posted. Seeing and hearing it again today...mmm mmm mmm it's a good one...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for correcting - am dl'ing now; and thanks for accepting anonymous comments. I was going to comment the other day & when first finding this site thru Totally Fuzzy, & snagged some Robert Palmer, but thought you didn't. Was wondering: do you have/want a program to take out some of the wicked clicks & pops that appear on some of your rips?

WVKayaker said...

Send a link for the program...
and thanks for coming back

Anonymous said...

thanks for the new link....VanFan
p.s. let me know how Hammond was at Ram's Head.

WVKayaker said...

acknowleged

Anonymous said...

plz don't publish these links (since they're for still-sold, proprietary software, but you might want to use Bias SoundSoap, esp. its remove click & crackle fxn. D-l from:

http://rapidshare.com/files/36419355/Bias_Sound_Soap_2_DX_RTAS_VST_v2.01.zip

Described & obtained via http://avaxsphere.com/software/software_type/multimedia/Bias_Soundsoap_v2_1.html
Think it comes with a serial no or crack, with instructions.

Anonymous said...

My history: One concert in DC at the Bayou and one in Chicago. Some of Bruce's songs are amazing. "Lovers in a Dangerous Time.''
Another great post. Thanks

WVKayaker said...

John Hammond was amazing and Duke Robbilard was awesome! John told plenty of tales from his storied past and played with Duke for couple of tunes. The whole show completley kicked butt!

WVKayaker said...

Anonymous said...
My history: One concert in DC at the Bayou and one in Chicago. Some of Bruce's songs are amazing. "Lovers in a Dangerous Time.''
Another great post. Thanks

Thats another great tune fer sure!
Thanks for the comment!

Anonymous said...

Kayaker, I'll have to make the trip up to Ram's Head sometime and hook up with you for a show.

VanFan

gkapageridis said...

A great artist he is and an also great blog you are. Bruce is one of my favourites and a had the very good luck to see him live in Montreal in 1991. Since then i bought quite a few of his works and i admire his musicianship more and more. It's not a coincidence that he worked many times with the one and only Jackson Browne.
Keep on rocking Camarillo Brillo

WVKayaker said...

gkapageridis,
Thanks for the kind words and your comments! We 'ppreciate it!

WVKayaker said...

I published that comment for the software in error...sorry

Anonymous said...

Very excited to hear this. Sounds intriguing. Thanks.

WVKayaker said...

It is intriguing....enjoy!

JeffreyDinEastonMD said...

Finding Bruce Cockburn here and also finding references to DJ Bob Here reminded me of an old 'HFS tape I have of Bob interviewing Bruce way back in 1987! Good listening!

Camarillo Brillo said...

Thanks 4 taking the time to write Jeffrey...glad to bring back some cool memories for ya...

Catholic Boy said...

Hey Camarillo thanks for the audio of this footage, sounds great! I especially love Bruce's early stuff. Unfortunately video part of the antisoshal.com website is closing down so the DVD is no longer available. Any suggestions how to obtain said footage?

Camarillo Brillo said...

Good luck with that Catholic Boy...

Camarillo Brillo said...

New Link:
http://www60.zippyshare.com/v/70513401/file.html

Mike said...

Could you please upload the recording of the concert "Rumours of Glory" again? I only have a very bad recording, but the arrangements were brilliant (especially "All the diamonds") - love it! Thanks!!!

Mike said...

Thanks a lot. You made my day! God bless!

Camarillo Brillo said...

New link posted earlier today for ya Mike...Enjoy!

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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.

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