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Frank Zappa - Actuel Festival, Amougies, Belgium, Oct. 23, 1969
Frank Zappa Amougies (Belgium), Actuel Festival 24 to 27 October 1969 source: audience recording This is an amazing find that I'm sure will delight fans of Fr ank Zappa and the bands concerned alike. A little background : the Actuel festival was organized by the publication of the same name (who, under different editorship, went on to become a prime mover of the French counterculture in the early to mid-7 0s) in collaboration with the fledgling BYG label. It was originally going to take place in or near Paris, but French authorities forbid it and the marquee was eventu ally set up a few miles outside the French border, on Belgian soil. It took place o ver 5 nights, entertaining an audience of 15-20,000 to a unique mixture of progress ive pop, free jazz and contemporary music. Frank Zappa was present at the festiv al (well, the first four days, it seems) in a twofold capacity. First, as Captain B eefheart's road manager; secondly, as M.C., assisting Pierre Lattes, a famous radio /TV presenter at the time (and the pop music editor for Actuel magazine). The latte r task proved problematic given FZ's very limited mastery of French, the prevailing language among the audience, who themselves didn't seem to understand much English . Instead, FZ relinquished his M.C. job for one of occasional guest guitarist. As far as I know, with the exception of FZ's performance with Captain Beefheart, thi s collects all of his jams with participating bands. A couple of films, directed by Jerome Laperrousaz and Jean-Noel Roy, came out in 1970 but were instantly banned b ecause of objections from various bands (most notably Pink Floyd) whose permission hadn't been properly secured. Zappa's performance with Beefheart is included in one of them, and since the audio of the film (unlike the film itself) is in circulatio n, possibly in better sound than I could provide, I decided not to include it. The whereabouts of the master tapes for the festival, if any exist, are unknown. Wha t recordings are circulating are either the soundtrack of the film, or taken from r adio broadcasts (on Luxemburg's RTL and Belgium's RTBF). The source used here is an audience recording made by a young French member of the audience using a now antiq uated amateur tape recorder. The original tapes have been newly transferred, but ev en so, the sound quality is rather poor. Still, it seems to be the only source avai lable at this time, so that will have to do for now. Most legendary, of course, is Frank Zappa's jam with Pink Floyd on a very extended "Interstellar Overdrive". A pparently, despite the wealth of Pink Floyd bootlegs in circulation, no one seems t o have their Amougies set, so this will probably delight a lot of people. Browing v arious PF-related websites, there even seems to be a debate on whether the jam ever took place. Well, here is the final proof that it did. Now, the tracklist: 1. Aynsley Dunbar's Retaliation: unknown title (7:08) [October 24] Victor Brox (vo cals, harmonica); John Moorshead (guitar); Alex (Erroneous) Dmochowski (bass); Ayns ley Dunbar (drums) 2. Pink Floyd: Interstellar Overdrive (20:25) [October 25] David Gilmour (guitar); Richard Wright (organ); Roger Waters (bass); Nick Mason (dr ums) 3. Caravan: If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You (7:55) [October 26] Pye Hastings (guitar & vocals); David Sinclair (keyboards); Richard S inclair (bass & vocals); Richard Coughlan (drums) 4. Blossom Toes: unknown title (26:10) [October 26] Brian Godding (guitar, vocals & keyboards); Jim Cregan (gui tar & vocals); Brian Belshaw (bass & vocals); Kevin Westlake (drums) 5. Sam Apple Pie: unknown title (6:04) [October 27] Sam Sampson (vocals & harmonica); Danny Barnes (lead guitar); Andy Johnson (slide guitar); Bob Renny (bass & vocals); Lee B axter Hayes Jr (drums) (Note: I understand FZ jammed with some of the free jazz players. Sadly the taper was into rock, not jazz, and didn't bother recording any o f the jazz acts.) I intend to seed some of the individual performances in the ne ar future, so watch out. I must thank the taper, JJB, for his permission to seed th ese rare treasures, making them available freely to all via DaD in affinity with it s non-profit philosophy.
Frank Zappa - Texas Hall, UTA, Arlington, TX, Mar. 11, 1973
Frank Zappa 1973-03-11 Texas Hall UTA Arlington Texas (Gesture of Contempt) (T-34) from the original analog tapes Band Members: Frank Zappa - Jean-Luc Ponty - Bruce Fowler - Ian Underwood - Tom Fowler - Ruth Und erwood - George Duke - Ralph Humphrey I'm the guy who recorded this show. I have the original analog cassette tapes of i t. Over the years I have traded analog tape copies but until now have never done a digital transfer of it. This is the first and only time it has been digitally tra nsferred from the original analog cassette tapes. The bonus material is from UG at what used to be the Zappa Archives (ZARK). Section B is a little left of center and Row C is the 3rd row from the stage. Mics: Sony ECM 19B > Recorder: Realistic SCT-7 Stereo Cassette Recorder > Tape: Maxell Ultra Dynamic C-90 cassettes the Original Analog Cassette Tapes > Playback Deck: Tascam 130 > Nikko 32 Band EQ > Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder > Sony PCM-R500 DAT Recorder > Sony DAT Tape > HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder > HHB CDR > WAV > SHN I have also done the artwork for this version of this show. Pictures taken the nig ht of the show by D. Knarr. I really have never liked the practice of giving title s to live shows but I understand one of the reasons people do it is to distinguish between different versions of the same show. I felt like I needed to give this one a title due to the other inferior versions that exist. Please keep the artwork an d text file, unaltered, together with the SHN's. Disc 1 1. (intro and tune up) 2. RDNZL 3. Exercise 4 / Dog Breath / The Dog Breath Variations / Uncle Meat 4. Fifty-Fifty 5. (deviation explaination) 6. Ralph Deviates First (with audience participation including the imaginary diseases of the future story) 7. Inca Roads 8. Montana 9. George Duke's Solo 10. (improvisations including The Mystery Song #2) Disc 2 1. (intro and tune up) 2. RDNZL 3. Exercise 4 / Dog Breath / The Dog Breath Variations / Uncle Meat 4. Fifty-Fifty 5. (deviation explaination) 6. Ralph Deviates First (with audience participation including the imaginary diseases of the future story) 7. Inca Roads 8. Montana 9. George Duke's Solo 10. (improvisations including The Mystery Song #2) Disc 2 1. Mr. Green Genes / King Kong / Chunga's Revenge / Mr. Green Genes (reprise) Bonus Material: 2. Kansas Is Fer Real (The Mothers after a show approx. 1968 or 1969 backstage and in the van go ing to get something to eat.) For Trade or Give Away only - Do not Sell - Do not encode as MP3 May 26, 2004 T________
Frank Zappa - Armadillo World HQ, Austin, TX, Oct. 26, 1973, SBD
Frank Zappa 10-26-1973 - Austin, TX - Armadillo World Headquarters - 77 min - SBD Quality: A Ripped by me, jaypfunk, from my 3rd Gen cassette tape. My Trading Web Site: http://jaypfunk.home.comcast.net/trading/home.html SBD> 3rd Gen Maxell XLII 90min tape> Kenwood KX-W8020 Cassette Deck> Sound Blaster Aw e32 PC Soundcard> Recorded To WAV And Edited With Cool Edit Pro> WAV Files Split with CDWave> FLAC Size: 519mb No noise reduction or hiss removal. Only slight fade added at begining and end of sho w. This sound of this show is fucking excellent. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ DO NOT Rip this into MP3!! ^^ ^^ DO NOT SELL THIS SHOW!! ^^ ^^ IF I SEE IT ON as MP3 or on eBay... ^^ ^^ I WILL HUNT YOU DOWN AND PEE IN YOUR AFRO!! ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 01 - Cosmik Debris 02 - Inca Roads 03 - Pygmy Twylyte 04 - Idiot Bastard Son 05 - Cheepnis 06 - Big Swifty 07 - Dickie's Such An Asshole (includes tape flip) 08 - Farther O'blivion 09 - Son Of Mr Green Genes/King Kong/Chunga's Revenge
Frank Zappa - Northrup Auditorium, Minn., MN, Nov. 17, 1980
17 Nov 1980, Northrup Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN Zappabase: 123 min, Aud, B+ This copy: 123:14 min. B+ tracklist: 01 - Chungas Revenge 02 - Panty Rap 03 - You Are What You Is 04 - Love Of My Life 05 - Flakes 06 - Magic Fingers 07 - Dont Eat The Yellow Snow 08 - The Blue Light 09 - Tinseltown Rebellion 10 - Pick Me I Am Clean 11 - Dead Girls Of London 12 - Shall We Take Ourselves Seriously? 13 - City Of Tiny Lights 14 - I Aint Got No Heart 15 - The Torture Never Stops~Heavy Duty Judy 16 - Broken Hearts Are For Assholes 17 - I Am So Cute 18 - Andy 19 - Republic Airlines 20 - Joes Garage 21 - Dancin Fool 22 - Tell Me You Love Me 23 - Bobby Brown 24 - Ms Pinky 25 - Illinois Enema Bandit Lineage: AUD>unknown mics>cassette>(?)TDK SA90>TEAC W790R tape deck>Terratec DMX6 Fire sound card>Adobe Audition 1.5>WAV>Waves L3 Ultramaximizer 16 bits mastering>Flac Frontend encoding level 5>FLAC show recorded by: unknown tape transferred: WIU2B Enjoy!
Frank Zappa - "Cocksucker's Ball," Tower Theater, Phil., PA, Nov. 10, 1984, LB
Frank Zappa - Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA, Feb. 12, 1988
............................................Ninja's F.Z.Digitized Shows v. 1.62.... *NOISE REDUCTION AND OTHER AUDIO ENHANCEMENTS ! If you like noise and distortion do not download ! *WARNING/GUARANTEE This Torrent contains audio which a truly free society would neither fear nor supp ress.In some socially retarded areas, audio fanatics and ultra-conservative lossles s organizations violate your First Amendment Rights by attempting to badmouth noise reduction. We feel that this is un-Constitutional and un-American. As an alternative to these government-supported programs (designed to keep you doc ile and ignorant), NINJA is pleased to provide stimulating digital audio entertainm ent for those of you who have outgrown the noise and distortion of poorly transferr ed and mastered audience recordings. The language and concepts contained herein are GUARANTEED NOT TO CAUSE ETERNAL TOR RENT IN THE PLACE WHERE THE GUY WITH THE HISS AND THE DISTORTION AND OVER EQED CRAP SEED their TORRENTS This guarantee is as real as the threats of the Audio fundamentalists who use atta cks on noise reduction in their attempt to transform the zappa fans into a society of noisey nincompoops (in the name of stupidity). If there is a hell, its hiss and noise waits for them, not us. *My transfers are done with audigy 2 sound card TRANSFERRED @ 48 KHZ 24 bit sony d-6 cassette and monster cables all mastering editing and sample conversion do ne with sony soundforge and waves direct x 24 bit plugins cds were burned using sou ndforge cd architech * RECORDED BY STEVE H. / Sony D-6 Nakamichi CM 300 Mic # RECORDED BY ANNONOMOUS ! @ MASTERED AND TRANSFERRED BY NINJA ! 12-Feb 1988, Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA 140 min, Aud, A ( * @ ) Panty Rap/Black Page #2, Dickie's Such An Asshole, When The Lie's So Big, Planet Of The Baritone Women, Any Kind Of Pain, Jesus Thinks You're A Jerk, Whats New In Bal timore?, More Trouble Every Day, Penguin In Bondage, Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel, Who Needs The Peace Corps?, City Of Tiny Lights, Pound For A Brown, Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up, Bamboozled By Love, Orange County Lumber Truck Medley, Uncle Remus, Catholic Girls, Crew Slut, Bobby Brown, Stairway To Heaven, Sofa 13-Feb 1988, Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA 130 min, Aud, A- FLOOR ( * @ ) / B+ BALCONY (#) Stinkfoot, We're Turning Again, Alien Orifice, Why Don't You Like Me?, Bacon Fat, S tolen Moments, I Ain't Got No Heart, Love Of My Life, Heavy Duty Judy, Zomby Woof, Chana In De Bushwop, I Am The Walrus, Eric Dolphy Memorial Barbecue, Jezebel Boy , Jesus Thinks You're A Jerk, Big Swifty, Advance Romance, The Closer You Are, Johnny Darling, No No Cherry, The Man From Utopia Meets Mary Lou, Watermelon In Easter Ha y, Whipping Post, Strictly Genteel
Frank Zappa - Bushnell Hall, Hartford, CT, Feb. 16, 1988
........................................Ninja's F.Z.Digitized Shows v. 1.62........ *NOISE REDUCTION AND OTHER AUDIO ENHANCEMENTS ! If you like noise and distortion do not download ! *WARNING/GUARANTEE This Torrent contains audio which a truly free society would neither fear nor supp ress.In some socially retarded areas, audio fanatics and ultra-conservative lossles s organizations violate your First Amendment Rights by attempting to badmouth noise reduction. We feel that this is un-Constitutional and un-American. As an alternative to these government-supported programs (designed to keep you doc ile and ignorant), NINJA is pleased to provide stimulating digital audio entertainm ent for those of you who have outgrown the noise and distortion of poorly transferr ed and mastered audience recordings. The language and concepts contained herein are GUARANTEED NOT TO CAUSE ETERNAL TOR RENT IN THE PLACE WHERE THE GUY WITH THE HISS AND THE DISTORTION AND OVER EQED CRAP SEED their TORRENTS This guarantee is as real as the threats of the Audio fundamentalists who use atta cks on noise reduction in their attempt to transform the zappa fans into a society of noisey nincompoops (in the name of stupidity). If there is a hell, its hiss and noise waits for them, not us. *My transfers are done with audigy 2 sound card TRANSFERRED @ 48 KHZ 24 bit sony d-6 cassette and monster cables all mastering editing and sample conversion do ne with sony soundforge and waves direct x 24 bit plugins cds were burned using sou ndforge cd architech RECORDED BY STEVE H. / Sony D-6 Nakamichi CM 300 Mic MASTERED AND TRANSFERRED BY NINJA ! 16-Feb 1988, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, CT 155 min, Aud, A The Black Page #2, Dickie's Such An Asshole, When The Lie's So Big, Planet Of The B aritone Women, Any Kind Of Pain, Jesus Thinks You're A Jerk, More Trouble Every Day , Penguin In Bondage, Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel, Orange County Lumber Tru ck Medley, What's New In Baltimore?, Packard Goose Medley, Alien Orifice, Inca Road s, Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up, Happy Birthday, Who Needs The Peace Corps?, King Kong, Stairway To Heaven, I Am The Walrus, Sofa, Cruisin' For Burgers, Crew Slut, S trictly Genteel 17-Feb 1988, Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, CT 127 min, Aud, A- Stinkfoot, We're Turning Again, Alien Orifice, Why Don't You Like Me?, Bacon Fat, S tolen Moments, Montana, City Of Tiny Lights, Pound For A Brown, Cosmik Debris, Pack ard Goose Medley, Ain't Got No Heart, Love Of My Life, Any Kind Of Pain, The Tortur e Never Stops Medley, Joe's Garage, Why Does It Hurt When I Pee?, Watermelon In Eas ter Hay, Peaches En Regalia, Eat That Question, Black Napkins
Zappa Plays Zappa
Zappa Plays Zappa - Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA, Jun. 11, 2006
Zappa Plays Zappa The Tower Theater Upper Darby, PA 11 June, 2006 3 source matrix recorded from the audience Source 1: Schoeps MK4V's>Sonosax SX-M2>Sony SBM-1(Oade Mod)>Sony TCD-D100 Recorded By: Bobby Bourbon from ORCH L/C Row CC 1 seat off center aisle. Source 2: CoreSound Cardioids > Sony D8 Line In ( From RGT Orchestra Row FF Aisle Seat 1 ) Transfer: Tascam Da20-mkII > M Audio Delta Card (Via S/PDIF) > FLAC LEVEL 8 Source 3: SPCMC8>SP-SPSB-8>Sony D8>7-Pin Oade Cable>M-Audio Audiophile 2496>Audacity>WAV All sources > DBPoweramp (except source 3) > Guitar Tracks Pro 3.0 > Magix Audio Cleaning Lab > DBPoweramp > Flac Big thanks must go to both the taper and poster of source 1. The tapers of sources 2 & 3, Exioq and MaxpOwer, each gave me their unedited, full length reco rdings for use in this project. Special thanks must go to each of them for their generosity and effort .By allowing me to use their recordings the number of files I needed to juggle during t his project was reduced from over 80 to around 30, saving me a great deal of time. Thank You !! On this evening the crowd was very enthusiastic so I took every chance I could to remove talkin g, yelling and the like from this new recording. What I left in is minimal, enough to let us re member this is still recorded from the audience but not a distraction from the music. If you kn ow these 3 recordings well you will notice many instances of crowd noise have simply disappeare d. In my opinion this new recording is rich in sound. The 3 sources mixed together very well, the only issue I dealt with was a slight reduction in bass on each source for the final mix.The so urces captured bass very well, when combined there was too much for my ears and a spike in that area of the sound spectrum when I did a test mix.I included 2 screenshots of the project to gi ve everyone an idea of what that looks like, one of them shows a section of music just 8/100 th s of a second in duration and aligned perfectly. During the first set Dweezil introduces an 11 year old boy, Eric, sitting in the 2nd row. This concert was his first, the boy reveals.I'm sure this evening of wonderful music is now an inde lible part of his life. This recording is dedicated to Eric. Dweezil Zappa - Guitar Napoleon Murphy Brock - Flute, Alto saxophone & Vocals Pete Griffin - Bass Jamie Kime - Guitar Joe Travers - Drums & Vocals Aaron Arntz - Keyboards, Trumpet, Vocals Sheila Gonzales - Keyboards,Sax & Vocals Billy Hulting - Percussion & Marimba Special Guests: Steve Vai - Guitar Terry Bozzio - Drums & Vocals Set 1 / Disc 1 1.Imaginary Diseases 2.Hungry Freaks Daddy 3.Let<92>s Make the Water Turn Black 4.Florentine Pogen 5.Pygmy Twylyte 6.The Idiot Bastard Son 7.Cheepnis 8.King Kong Variations 9.Don<92>t Eat The Yellow Snow / St. Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast / Father O'Blivion 10.Inca Roads 11.Eat That Question Set 2 / Disc 2 12.I'm So Cute 13.Tryin' To Grow A Chin 14.City Of Tiny Lites 15.Punky's Whips 16.The Black Page 1 & 2 17.Peaches En Regalia 18.Montana 19.Village of the Sun / Echinda<92>s Arf (Of You) 20.Zomby Woof Encores / Disc 3 21.Camarillio Brillo 22.Son Of Orange County / More Trouble Every Day 23.A Token Of My Extreme Bonus matrix tracks taken from sources which recorded the film shown at the beginning of the co ncert. 1.Montana 2 Dupree's Paradise ** Bonus Tracks ** A matrix taken from recordings of the film shown at the beginning of the concert. 1. Montana (4 sources) 2. Dupree's Paradise (3 sources) Source locations: 1. Chicago 2. Stockholm 3. Toronto 4. Toronto Track 2 continues without the Chicago source.
Zappa Plays Zappa - Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL, Jun. 17, 2006
Zappa Plays Zappa The Auditorium Theatre, Chicago IL June 17, 2006 Disc 1 (55:37) 1- Montana (FZ Roxy footage on the big screen) 2- Imaginary Diseases 3- Hungry Freaks Daddy 4- Lets Make The Water Turn Black 5- Florentine Pogen 6- Pygmy Twylyte 7- The Idiot Bastard Son 8- Cheepnis 9- King Kong Disc 2 (58:29) 1- Dont Eat The Yellow Snow 2- St Alphonosos Pancake Breakfast > Father Oblivion 3- Inca Roads 4- Terry Bozzio Introduction 5- Im So Cute * 6- Tryin To Grow A Chin * 7- City Of Tiny Lights * 8- Punky's Whips * 9- The Black Page 1 and 2 *# Disc 3 (103:21) 1- Peaches En Regalia # 2- Montana # 3- Village Of The Sun # 4- Echidnas Arf (Of You) # 5- Zomby Woof # 6- Chungas Revenge (Video of Frank Playing The Guitar Solo) 7- The Orange County Lumber Truck > More Trouble Every Day *# 8- Drum Solo *# 9- A Token Of My Extreme *# 10- Sofa *# * = Terry Bozzio On Drums # = Steve Vai On Guitar Recording Notes: Sound Professionals Deluxe Cardioid Stereo Microphones > Sound Professionals Mini Battery Module > Line In > Sony MZRH910 HiMD recorder, HiSP recording Transfered with SonicStage 3.4 Recorded Orchestra Section Row DD, seat 303 (dead center) dolemitefool's notes: Recorded by fellow ZAPPATEER ak. I faded the tracks at the begining and end of each disc and also included a folder with those tracks without the fades for continuous listening.
Joe Zawinul - Chestnut Cabaret, Philadelphia, PA, Apr. 24, 1986
Josef Zawinul Live Solo Performance at the Chestnut Cabaret April 24, 1986 Philadelphia Pa. On of heels of my WR Live in Philly 1974 that I ul last week here is another great and rare (traded one time) show for everyone. This show was recorded by me during the tour Zawinul did to promote his recording "Dialects". This is an excellent sounding show and a rare chance to hear Z in a wonderful solo performance. The interaction between Z and the audience is fun also with the best exchange being Z introducing (as he held up his left hand) the bass player when an audience member yelled out for him to introduce the band. I did not take the time to figure out the names of each track so if someone wants to make a note of that please do. Disc 1 1. ? 2. ? 3. ? 4. ? Tape Flip 5. ? TT: 53:50 Disc 2 1. ? 2. ? 3. Badia / Boogie Woogie Waltz TT: 40:27 Sony Stereo cassette recorder/Phillips cdr recorder (dao)/Flac
Warren Zevon - Metro, Boston, MA, Sep. 29, 1982, FM
Warren Zevon Goes to Boston Live at the Metro, Sept. 29, 1982, from radio broadcast This is an excellent soundboard recording from a radio broadcast. Warren is energet ic and in fine form. A Certain Girl is a cover of an Ernie K-Doe song; Simple Man i s from J.D. Souther; and Cadillac Ranch is from Bruce Springsteen. Disc One 1 Johnny Strikes Up the Band 2 The Overdraft 3 A Certain Girl 4 Let Nothing Come Between You 5 Jeannie Needs a Shooter 6 Join Me in L.A. 7 Gorilla, You're a Desperado 8 Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner 9 The Envoy 10 Simple Man, Simple Dream 11 Bill Lee 12 Charlie's Medicine 13 Jungle Work 14 Play It All Night Long Disc Two 1 Lawyers, Guns and Money 2 Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School 3 The Hula Hula Boys 4 Accidentally Like a Martyr 5 Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded 6 Looking for the Next Best Thing 7 Poor, Poor Pitiful Me 8 Cadillac Ranch 9 Excitable Boy 10 Ain't That Pretty at All 11 Werewolves of London 12 Carmelita 13 I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Warren Zevon - Waldorf, SF, CA, Oct. 30, 1982
Warren Zevon 1982-10-30 Waldorf San Francisco, CA Lineage Unknown - See notes below Disc One: 01 Johnny Strikes Up The Band 02 The Overdraft 03 Banter 04 A Certain Girl 05 Banter > band intros 06 Jeannie Needs A Shooter 07 Join Me In L.A. 08 Let Nothing Come Between You 09 //Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner 10 Banter 11 The Envoy 12 Charlie's Medicine 13 Jungle Work 14 Play It All Night Long Disc Two: 01 Lawyers, Guns And Money 02 Accidentally Like A Martyr 03 Banter [band intros again] 04 Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded 05 Looking For The Next Best Thing 06 Poor Poor Pitiful Me 07 Cadillac Ranch 08 Excitable Boy 09 Banter 10 Ain't That Pretty At All 11 Werewolves Of London 12 Carmelita 13 Mannish Boy [banter] 14 I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Glitches, gaps and the majority of odd noises removed. Microphone noises removed where possible. Entire show re-tracked. d1t09 - missing first 4 1/2 lines d2t04 - Larry Larson on vocals Personnel: Randy Brown - Lead guitar / vocals Joe Daniels - Drums Larry Larson - Bass John Wood - Lead and slide guitar
Warren Zevon - Roxy, Hollywood, CA, Jan. 21, 1983
Warren Zevon (solo) The Roxy W Holywood, Ca January 21, 1983 early show source : nakamichi cm300 > sony tcd5m transfer from master cassettes taper : markp setlist info from this great site http://wzfr.info/CDinfo/wz1983-01-21.htm 01. [4:03.35] Lawyers, Guns and Money 02. [3:29.27] [banter] > Play It All Night Long 03. [6:52.01] [banter] > Hasten Down the Wind 04. [4:39.33] Frank and Jesse James 05. [3:08.61] [banter] > The Overdraft 06. [4:19.70] The French Inhaler 07. [6:33.55] Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner 08. [3:30.34] Jesus Mentioned 09. [3:41.05] Veracruz 10. [2:58.11] Before They Make Me Run [Richards] 11. [3:22.08] Mohammed's Radio// 12. [5:34.64] //Mohammed's Radio > Charlie's Medicine 13. [4:22.23] Accidentally Like a Martyr 14. [3:15.68] Excitable Boy 15. [5:14.66] Werewolves of London 16. [4:53.17] Carmelita 17. [2:33.62] Poor Poor Pitiful Me 18. [3:07.73] I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Time 75:41.38 Notes t03: WZ dedicates the show to JZ t11-t12: song is cut in middle; part is missing t17-t18: opening chords appended to previous track
Warren Zevon - Landmark Theater, Syracuse, NY (2 discs)
Warren Zevon Landmark Theater Syracuse NY 6 Oct 1987 aud->cdr->EAC->Cooledit retrack->FLAC level 6 Lawyers Guns and Money Detox Mansion Boom Boom Mancini Johnny Strikes Up The Band Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner Jungle Work Accidentally Like A Martyr band intro Sentimental Hygiene The Envoy Veracruz Carmelita Play It All Night Long Ain't That Pretty At All Raspberry Beret Reconsider Me Mohammed's Radio Werewolves of London applause Poor Poor Pitiful Me applause Excitable Boy Jeannie Needs A Shooter This was with the Little Feat rhythm section before they left his tour to reform their old band. This was also the show where Warren signed my car (pic enclosed).
Warren Zevon - Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA, Mar. 17, 1990
Warren Zevon The Catalyst Santa Cruz, Ca March 17, 1990 source : nakamichi cm300 > sony tcd5m transfer from master cassettes taper : markp setlist info from this great site http://wzfr.info/CDinfo/wz1990-03-17.htm Disc One [51:12.30] 01. [03:11.54] //Even a Dog can Shake Hands 02. [04:56.27] Poor Poor Pitiful Me 03. [05:40.23] Boom Boom Mancini 04. [05:42.70] I'll Sleep When I'm Dead 05. [09:11.19] Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner 06. [04:46.13] Sentimental Hygiene 07. [05:15.04] Splendid Isolation 08. [07:21.32] [banter] > Reconsider Me 09. [05:07.13] Detox Mansion Disc Two [48:54.36] 01. [04:52.14] //[unknown jam] > A Certain Girl 02. [10:53.70] [band intros] > Transverse City > Run Straight Down > 03. [04:44.15] Long Arm of the Law 04. [04:59.01] Turbulence 05. [09:52.17] [banter] > ["nihilistic bebop shit"] > Werewolves of London 06. [06:17.41] Play It All Night Long 07. [03:02.74] Lawyers, Guns and Money Encore 08. [04:12.29] Mohammed's Radio Personnel Jennifer Condos - bass Frank Simes - guitar Ian Wallace - drums Notes d1t01: track cut at beginning; levels come up at about 0:06 d1t05: opening bars appended to previous track d1t06: opening beats appended to previous track d2t03: opening chords appended to previous track d2t06: opening beats appended to previous track d2t07: opening chords appended to previous track
Warren Zevon - Omni, Oakland, CA, Nov. 2, 1990
Warren Zevon The Omni Oakland, Ca November 2, 1990 source : nakamichi cm300 > sony tcd5m transfer from master cassette taper : markp setlist info from this great site http://wzfr.info/CDinfo/wz1990-11-02.htm Disc One [46:23.55] 01. [03:54.60] //Lawyers, Guns and Money 02. [04:40.02] Splendid Isolation 03. [03:44.29] Stop Breakin' Down [Johnson] 04. [10:09.09] [banter] > Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner 05. [03:24.36] I'm a One Woman Man [Franks/Horton] 06. [05:30.08] [banter] > Carmelita 07. [03:44.43] Things to Do In Denver When You're Dead 08. [05:28.29] The Factory > [band intros] 09. [03:45.30] Poor Poor Pitiful Me 10. [02:02.34] The Hula Hula Boys// Disc Two [39:36.32] 01. [01:21.54] //The Hula Hula Boys 02. [04:44.35] Accidentally Like a Martyr 03. [04:14.35] Play It All Night Long 04. [04:19.01] Raspberry Beret [Prince] 05. [06:59.10] Boom Boom Mancini 06. [05:24.62] Desperados Under the Eaves 07. [02:06.70] Winter Wonderland [Bernard/Smith] > 08. [04:18.45] Werewolves of London 09. [06:07.20] Ain't That Pretty At All Personnel Gurf Morlix Dan Dugmore Notes d1t01: track is slightly cut at beginning; 38 seconds of leading quiet d1t09: opening chords appended to previous track d1t10: opening chords appended to previous track; track cut at end d1t10-d2t01: song is cut in middle; part is missing d2t08: opening chords appended to previous track
Warren Zevon - Parker's Casino, Seattle, WA, Feb. 11, 1992, SBD
Warren Zevon 1992-02-11 Parker's Casino Seattle WA Source/Lineage SBD? > ? > trade CD-R > EAC (secure, offsets) > CDWav (splits) > FLAC (level 8, secto rs aligned, shntool verified) Information obtained from this site http://wzfr.info/. Thank you Disc One [49:12.11] 01. [0:36.33] [pre-show announcements] 02. [3:10.65] I<92>ll Sleep When I<92>m Dead 03. [6:57.62] Play It All Night Long 04. [8:08.44] Poor Poor Pitiful Me 05. [2:19.70] [band intros] > [banter] 06. [3:26.30] Mr. Bad Example 07. [0:28.69] [banter] 08. [3:00.69] Things To Do In Denver When You<92>re Dead 09. [8:18.15] Roland Chorale > Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner 10. [0:59.16] [banter] 11. [7:07.56] First We Take Manhattan [Cohen] 12. [4:37.07] Detox Mansion Disc Two [42:39.16] 01. [6:27.37] Boom Boom Mancini 02. [0:27.30] [banter] 03. [3:11.29] Excitable Boy 04. [1:35.68] [banter] 05. [5:23.54] Model Citizen 06. [1:05.73] [banter] 07. [4:14.41] Searching for a Heart 08. [1:38.35] [banter] 09. [5:30.43] That's Amore [Brooks/Warren] > Werewolves of London Encore 10. [0:38.08] [band and crew intros] 11. [4:14.46] Into the Mystic [Morrison] 12. [3:11.35] Lawyers, Guns and Money Second encore 13. [4:59.42] Mohammed's Radio Personnel "The Odds" Paul Brennan - drums Steven Drake - guitar, vocals Doug Elliott - bass Craig Northey - guitar, vocals Notes Updated and uploaded to archive.org on 11 April 2005
John Zorn - Knitting Factory, NYC, Jun. 1, 1990
John Zorn 6-01-1990 Knitting Factory, NYC Spy vs Spy live 1 - Good Old Days 2:56 2 - Blues Connotation 3:39 3 - W.R.U. 7:21 ? 4 - Feet Music 6:27 5 - Chronology 5:32 6 - Enfant 3:39 7 - Zig Zag 4:46 8 - Mob Job 4:56 ? 9 - Peace Warriors 2:32 10 - Pretty Woman Teaser - Word for Bird 5:01 ?? 11 - Chippie 4:41 ?? 12 - The Disguise 3:52 ? 13 - Space Church 5:15 ?? 14 - C&D 6:50 15 - Rejoicing 2:11 16 - Broadway Blues 4:45 ? 17 - Ecars 6:19 ? total 79:53 lineup (maybe): John Zorn - alto sax Tim Berne - alto sax Mark Dresser - bass Joey Baron - drums Michael Vatcher - drums src : aud (?) please help by checking setlist and lineup!!
ZZ Top - Tarrant Co. Civic Center, Fort Worth, TX, Feb. 25, 1972
ZZ Top 1972-02-25 Tarrant County Civic Center Fort Worth, Texas new length is 106:21 original posted by roryglzep at EZT please see original .txt file this seed was speed corrected and track corrected (brown sugar and little red roost er) by hasnamus; the original tape had three different speeds changing at the tapef lips, these were corrected with cool edit pro by decreasing the pitch for 0,79 semi tones (tracks 01-first part of 10), for 1,10 semitones (second part of 10-14) and f or 0,70 semitones (track 15); the original flacs were decoded to wave with dbpoweramp, the corrected waves were e ncoded to flac using frontend with align on sector boundaries; setlist and concert info were completed; i hope everything is well! thanx Jeff!!! 01. Everyday I Have The Blues 2.30 02. Somebody Else Been Shakin' Your Tree 2.45 03. Neighbor, Neighbor 4.08 04. Long Distance Call 6.28 05. Just Got Back From Baby's 7.32 06. Goin' Down To Mexico 7.14 07. Down Brownie 2.29 08. Little Queenie 4.43 09. Francine 4.48 10. Brown Sugar 9.58 11. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 6.18 12. Jailhouse Rock 2.41 13. Rattlesnake Shake 12.54 14. Little Red Rooster 15.32 15. Back Door Love Affair> Mellow Down Easy 16.21 (if you listen carefully you'll notice the beginning of another song at the end of 14 which is faded out and missing, it was also questioned if track 15 is actual fro m this show)
ZZ Top - Pine Knob, Clarkston, MI, Apr. 15, 1980, SBD
ZZ Top April 15th, 1980 (Deguello Tour) Pine Knob, Claskston, MI (Speed-Corrected, No TAO Silence Version) Source: Low Gen Analog Soundboard Recording > CD-R > EAC > Sound Forge 4.5 (speed c orrection) > FLAC This is the speed-corrected version of an earlier seed which ran too slow. The spee d was increased using Sonic Foundry Sound Forge 4.5's Pitch effect. This was increa sed by 80.0 Cents on each track. The resulting pitch is that of the original tuning used on the Deguello LP. This was done cross referencing the first track of each r ecording which turns out to be, "I Thank You". In addition, this seed has had the previously present TAO silence removed from each track. Real nice soundboard of a fantastic "Deguello" Tour stop on the outskirts of Detroi t! It's got that lowdown old ZZ sound. A high point of this show is the song "We're Barefootin'", the only known performance of the song. There's the "Crosses Sermon" , from none other than Rev. Willie G. and one helluva La Grange Medley too! Great v ibe and the crowd is insane. Ahhhh, the good 'ol days. 01) I Thank You 02) Waitin' For the Bus 03) Jesus Just Left Chicago (Pine Knob) 04) Precious And Grace 05) Francine 06) I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide 07) Manic Mechanic 08) Heard It On The X 09) Fool For Your Stockings (Crosses Sermon) 10) Nasty Dogs & Funky Kings 11) We're Barefootin' (Only known performance ever!) 12) Cheap Sunglasses 13) Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers 14) La Grange > Sloppy Drunk > BBQ Medley (Extremely odd ~ 9 minute version) 15) She Loves My Automobile (Lone Wolf Horn Section) 16) Hi-Fi Mama (Lone Wolf Horn Section) 17) Tush
ZZ Top - Rockpalast VI, Grugahalle, Essen, Germany, Apr. 19, 1980, SBD
ZZ Top 1980-04-19 Rockpalast VI Grugahalle, Essen, Germany 'Nasty Dogs - Funky Kings' SBD > FM > TEAC Tape Deck/SONY Tape Deck > Philips CDR880 stand-alone CD-burner > PC WinOnCD > mkw Audio Tools (shn) Billy Gibbons - guitar, voc Dusty Hill - bass, voc Frank Beard - drums setlist: Disc 1 01 Intro by Albrecht Metzger 02 I Thank You 03 Waiting For The Bus 04 Jesus Just Left Chicago 05 Precious And Grace 06 I'm Bad I'm Nationwide 07 Manic Mechanic 08 Lowdown In The Street 09 I Heard On The X 10 Fool For Your Stockings 11 Nasty Dogs, Funky Kings 12 El Diabalo 13 Cheap Sunglasses Disc 2 01 Arrested For Driving While Blind 02 Beer Drinkers And Hell Raisers 03 La Grange 04 She Loves My Automobile 05 Hifi Mama 06 Dust My Broom 07 Jailhouse Rock 08 Tush 09 Tube Snake Boogie 10 Just Got Paid
ZZ Top - Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, May 31, 1991, LB/SBD
ZZ TOP LIVE IN HAMBURG GERMANY AT THE GROSSE FREIHEIT MAY 31st, 1991 ~ on the cd bootleg : HEAVEN HELL OR HAMBURG track list : 1) Francine 2) Mexican Blackbird 3) One Night With You 4) I Loved A Woman 5) Linda Lou 6) Cheap Sunglasses 7) Arrested While Driving Blind 8) Beer Drinkers 9) Dust My Broom 10) Jailhouse Rock 11) La Grange 12) Tush 13) have you heard 14) Catfish Blues 15) Future Blues 16) Tube Snake Boogie 17) I Thank You audience recording, but i can tell that it's a A+ the same sound quality than a sounboard . Unusual Set List on the Recycler World Tour. Very Nice. This is one of the best Live Conc ert Recording of zz top. for all good rock n roll fans !