Monday, December 31, 2007

Led Zeppelin Live 2007 Amazing New Recording

I gotta say hell yes. This is the best recording to date. The sound is wonderful. Recorded by Per. Front of Board (approx. 15 meters ahead of soundboard). Dead center. And you damn well feel right there in the audience. Per has a fantastic recording setup. Using those ever beautiful Schoeps MK41s microphones.
Thank You Per. You did an amazing job. Thank you for sharing this great historical show with us. This is by far the best.

****Led Zeppelin Live 2007. ****

Note: I'm trying out a new Storage Site called ADrive. Mainly because I wont have to split files do to upload limits. I hope this makes it easier for everybody. Please let me know how you feel about this in the comments.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Oscar Peterson RIP

Oscar Peterson. You will be missed. Thank you for the wonderful music. Here is a great show from 1970. A great soundboard recording, from an amazing piano player. The Jazz world and the rest of us have lost a great one. Enjoy some beautiful Jazz this Christmas day.

Oscar Peterson Trio
Live at Gürzenich in Cologne, Germany, 1970-11-19

Oscar Peterson -piano
Jiri Mraz -bass
Ray Price -drums

Set List:

01 HE LAMP IS LOW 7.40

03 TRISTE 6.35
05 UNTITLED 6.22

07 ON A CLEAR DAY 5.02
08 HAMP'S BLUES 4.45

12 CUTE 5.19

Oscar Peterson Trio 1970 Pt. 1
Oscar Peterson Trio 1970 Pt. 2

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas with Neil Young

Here is an amazing compilation of acoustic songs taken from the Chrome Dreams II Tour. This was compiled, remastered and edited by CHerrmann57. Who we all owe a special Merry Christmas. Thank you for your hard work. Hope everyone has a great Holiday.

Here is the song line-up:

Chrome Dreams II Continental Tour (Oct. 18 - Dec. 19, 2007)
Acoustic Compilation

Disc 1 (47:21)
01 From Hank To Hendrix (Spokane - 2007-10-20)
02 Ambulance Blues (Chicago - 2007-11-13)
03 A Man Needs A Maid [synthesizer version] (Spokane - 2007-10-20)
04 Harvest (Spokane - 2007-10-20)
05 Journey Through The Past (Spokane - 2007-10-20)
06 Mellow My Mind (Spokane - 2007-10-20)
07 Love Art Blues (Upper Darby - 2007-12-09)
08 Love Is A Rose (Spokane - 2007-10-20)

09 No One Seems To Know (Upper Darby - 2007-12-09)
10 Out On The Weekend (New York - 2007-12-19)
11 Heart Of Gold (Spokane - 2007-10-20)

Disc 2 (46:53)
01 Don't Let It Bring You Down (New York - 2007-12-16)
02 Sad Movies (Upper Darby - 2007-12-09)
03 On The Way Home (Boston - 2007-12-03)
04 Try (New York - 2007-12-16)
05 Kansas (Boston - 2007-12-03)
06 Old Man (New York - 2007-12-12)
07 Mexico (Upper Darby - 2007-12-09)

08 Old King (New York - 2007-12-15)
09 Love In Mind (Los Angeles - 2007-11-02)
10 After The Goldrush (Upper Darby - 2007-12-10)
11 A Man Needs A Maid [piano version] (Upper
Darby - 2007-12-09)
12 Campaigner (Upper Darby - 2007-12-09)
13 Cowgirl In The Sand (Upper Darby - 2007-12-10)

Neil Young Part 1.
Neil Young Part 2.

Monday, December 24, 2007

Pink Floyd KQED 1970

Well here is a little Pink Floyd for this Christmas Eve. Not sure the the whole deal on this. The sound is amzing this much I do know. The story behind this recording has brought some debate. Feel free to weigh in. This is what was written with the recording I got.


"This audio is not from a DVD transfer. This recording
comes straight from a DAT transfer from the master
reels. "

"This is the story I was told when I received
this recording. During the mastering of the

KQED DVD, an employee and avid music fan had
access to the master reels. Not wanting to let
this moment pass, he managed to make a copy.
From there other copies were distributed from his
master copy. This recording was taken directly from

his master copy. I received this from a friend of a
friend who knew I was a huge Pink Floyd fan and

audio enthusiast. I was asked if I had ever heard
of a KQED television session? At that time I had not.
I'm told he can get me a copy of the audio. At this
point in time I was highly skeptical. A few weeks
later I received an overnight delivery. And the rest

is history. "

"Too bad you greedy bootleggers can't get a hold
of my master copy. Set the music free. I hope everyone
enjoys my efforts."

OK, So now you know as much about this as I do. I do enjoy the effort. The sound is amazing. Merry Christmas Eve.

Set List

KQED Studios
(possibly at the Fillmore West)
APRIL 29, 1970

1. Atom Heart Mother
2. Cymbaline
3. Granchester Meadows
4. Green Is The Color
5. Careful With That Axe, Eugene

6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Pink Floyd KQED 1970

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Spiritualized "Acoustic Mainline" Union Chapel, Islington, London

This is a must have concert. Jason Spaceman does it again. I just got this concert a few days ago, and haven't stopped listening to it yet. Recorded by musicsaves00. The concert takes place at Union Chapel, Islington, London on December, 9th 2007. This is Psychedelic Gospel. If some of these songs don't make your heart feel like it wants to swell and explode? There is something wrong with you. Songs like "Think I'm in Love," "Lord Can You Hear Me," and "Stop Your Crying," sound beautiful with the Gospel Choir. "Ladies and Gentlemen We Ar Floating in Space" eloquently blending into "Only Fools Rush In" makes you want to cry with Joy. And the icing on the cake is Jason doing his own rendition of "Silent Night" like only this Psychedelic man can. I just can't say enough good things, about this version of the group, and the truly beautiful music they made, on this night.

Happy Birthday Liz. :) Here is some music especially for you.

Spiritualized "Acoustic Mainlines" Part 1.
Spiritualized "Acoustic Mainlines" Part 2.

Set List:

Sitting on Fire
Lord Let It Rain on Me
True Love Will Find You
Cool Waves
Going Down Slow
Soul on Fire
Walking With Jesus
Feel So Sad
Death Take Your Fiddle
Stop Your Crying
All of My Tears
Baby I'm Just a Fool
Anything More / Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space
Broken Heart
Think I'm in Love
Lord Can You Hear Me?

Goodnight, Goodnight / Silent Night
Oh Happy Day

Friday, December 14, 2007

Led Zeppelin 12/10/2007

So, they ride again. I just got a copy of the show. The people are going nuts. The show itself rocks pretty hard as well. Sound quality is not bad. Recorded by Sloburn. Who I can't thank enough.

This is his own review on his recording. "This is not the best recording I have ever made. Not even close. Section 407 is all the way up in line with the ending of the floor. Fortunately I managed to move down from the second to last row which was considerably higher up than row J."

"Since this show is what it is I assume most can live without perfection for awhile. I'm sure better sources will turn up but this is listenable and will give you a great feel for the show."

I could not agree with him more. This show is now pretty much everywhere. But if you haven't come across it yet. Blog Stoned has a great page of Sloburn's recording it's both in FLAC and MP3. He also has a bunch of video links aswell.
Go check it out. Thanx to both of these guys.

Here is the setlist.

Good Times Bad Times
Ramble On
Black Dog
In My Time Of Dying
For Your Life
Trampled Under Foot
Nobody's Fault But Mine
No Quarter
Since I've Been Loving You
Dazed And Confused
Stairway To Heaven
The Song Remains The Same
Misty Mountain Hop
Whole Lotta Love
Rock And Roll

You can see some video at:

Sunday, December 9, 2007

The Great Lost Kinks Album

The title doesn't lie. This album is GREAT. A must have for all die hard Kinks lovers. I have just recently acquired this album, and haven't stopped listening to it yet. This album has 30 unreleased tracks spanning the time period from 1963 to 1970. Now, if this wasn't cool enough for you, here is the best part. This album was put together by the man himself Ray Davies. It was also produced by Ray Davies and Shel Talmy. And what a wonderful job they did. The sound is spectacular. Released in 2000 to a very limited run this is a very hard cd to get. I have put it in two zip files. Just to try and keep the sound quality (vbr 320). So waste no time, you wont be disappointed.

Liz. That means you. Download this gem. :) Get on o
n it.

The Great Lost Kinks Album Part 1.

The Great Lost Kinks Album Part 2.

More Info About Songs:
This track info was obtained from Dave Emlem's Unofficial Kinks.


1. The Virgin Soldier March
mono mix, recorded Feb 1969 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
2. I'm A Hog For You Baby
mono mix, demo version, recorded 19 Oct, 1963 at Regent Sound Studios, London
3. I Believed You
mono mix, demo version, recorded 19 Oct, 1963 at Regent Sound Studios, London
4. Revenge
mono mix, demo version, recorded mid-Dec 1963 at Regent Sound, London
5. Got Love If You Want It
mono mix, alternate take, recorded early 1964
6. Don't Ever Let Me Go
mono mix, recorded 8 Sep, 1964 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
7. This I Know
mono mix, demo version, recorded 31 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
8. A Little Bit Of Sunlight
mono mix, Ray Davies' publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
9. Tell Me Now So I'll Know
mono mix, Ray Davies' publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
10. There's A New World Just Opening For Me
mono mix, Ray Davies' publishing demo, recorded 24 May, 1965 at Regent Sound Studios, London
11. All Night Stand
mono mix, demo version, recorded Dec 1965 at Central Sound, London
12. Time Will Tell
mono mix, recorded possibly 25-26 Oct, 1965 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
13. Spotty Grotty Anna
stereo mix, recorded around 1968 at Pye Studios, London
14. And I Will Love You
mono mix, recorded 29 or 30 Dec, 1965 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
15. She's Got Everything
stereo mix, recorded 7 Feb, 1966 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
16. Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
mono mix, alternate recording, recorded 2 Feb, 1966 at IBC Studios, London
17. Mr. Reporter
mono mix, lead vocals by Ray, recorded 2 Feb, 1966 at IBC Studios, London
18. Sand On My Shoes
stereo mix, recorded 24 or 25 Nov, 1966 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
19. Lavender Hill
mono mix, recorded probably Aug 1967 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
20. Rosemary Rose
mono mix, recorded Jan 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
21. Misty Water
stereo mix, recorded 3 May, 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
22. Mr. Songbird
stereo mix, recorded probably Nov-Dec 1967 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
23. Did You See His Name?
stereo mix, recorded Mar 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
24. Where Did My Spring Go?
mono mix, recorded 28 Jan, 1969 at BBC's Riverside Sound Studios, Hammersmith, London
25. When I Turn Off The Living Room Light
mono mix, recorded 4 Feb, 1969 at BBC's Riverside Sound Studios, Hammersmith, London
26. Till Death Us Do Part
mono mix, recorded Sep 1968 at Pye Studios
27. Pictures In The Sand
mono mix, recorded May 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
28. Berkeley Mews
mono mix, recorded early 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
29. Easy Come, There You Went
stereo mix, recorded 29 Mar, 1968 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London
30. This Man He Weeps Tonight
stereo mix, recorded May-Jun 1969 at Pye Studios (No. 2), London

Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Hey, Hey,

Checkout my new mix. To the right. Hit the GIANT Play Button. Go checkout their site and make your own. They actually have a pretty good selection of music. I mean shit Spacemen 3 and The Brian Jonestown Massacre is on there. Have fun mixing and matching. Hope you enjoy the randomness of it all.


Thursday, November 15, 2007

The Flying Burrito Brothers - Avalon Ballroom 1969

I just picked this up a few days ago. I love it. The sound is amazing. Amoeba Records did a great job on packaging this 2 CD Set. Well worth the $17 bucks I paid. The discs contain two concerts at The Avalon Ballroom in San Fransisco CA, on April 6-7, 1969. The Brothers opened for The Grateful Dead, which is why these gems are on tape to begin with. Owsley "Bear" Stanley recorded the evening. These tapes rested in the Bear's Vault for the next 38 years. With the determination of Dave Prinz we our now able hear these two fabulous nights. If you are a Gram Parsons fan you should not hesitate to own this. If you are not sure. Go check it out at Amoeba Records.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Moby Grape Re-issues

Moby Grape's first three albums are out today. All three will be released on cd(Stereo) with bonus material as well as on vinyl(Mono). Their first album is a must have. Sundazed is the label putting out these albums. If you buy them at there site you get some kinda deal. Might be worth checking out. Definitely get the first album self titled. It's the way to go. They will be releasing the rest of their albums in November.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Eduardo Mateo - Mateo Solo Bien Se Lame

What can I say about this record other than I truly love it. Nice, simple, clean and a hundred percent beautiful. The album was released in 1972. Vocals, guitar, and lite percussion. It is just a pure joy to listen to. It has a bit of a rough kinda one take feel to it. With count offs, and slating out song titles, couple of false starts. But that doesn't mean the production is bad, it is quite the opposite, it's amazing. I honestly know very little about Eduardo Mateo. So, here is a brief writeup taken from Wikipedia.

Eduardo Mateo (1940-1990) was a Uruguayan singer, songwriter, guitarist and arranger. He played a key role in the development of the modern Uruguayan pop music mixing rock, jazz, bossa nova, and local rhythms like candombe, in a similar way than Brazilian Tropicalismo. Musicians like Argentinian songwriter Juana Molina orAcademy Award winners Jorge Drexler and Gustavo Sataolalla cited Mateo as a big influence. Artists like Pedro Azner, Milton Nascimento or Leon Gieco have covered his songs.

Hope you dig this as much as I do.

Eduardo Mateo - Mateo Solo Bien Se Lame 1972

Friday, September 14, 2007

Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates Of Dawn

I picked up Pink Floyd's 40th Anniversary reissue of Piper at the Gates Of Dawn yesterday. I opted for the Deluxe version, which is the three cd set. The two cd set came out last week, which is the mono and stereo version of the album. The Deluxe has not only the third cd but a book that Syd Barrett put together and given to a a girlfriend at the time. Very strange little book I must say the title is called "Enjoy Fart." They did a very good job with the remaster and packaging. And it's nice to have the singles and alternate takes remastered on the 3rd disc. I can get rid of the low quality version I had. My only question is why three cds? The album isn't long, they could have put the mono and stereo version on one disc. At least that is what I thought before I got it. Now I like it this way. It gives each album it's own personal domain. I like it. Over all I would recommend the purchase of the Deluxe version over the 2 disc. The price is not allot more and definitely worth the coin. Forty years old, and still just as new, and scary, and wonderful, and tingly, as the day I first heard it. This album has put a great psychedelic ending to the 40th Anniversary of the Summer of Love.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band

The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band say that three times fast. This is a band definitely worth checking out. Their music is all over the place. From serious to silly, happy to sad, and just plain out wacky weird. They have a rather interesting history as well. Apparently Bob Markley the lead vocalist and creator of the band is quite the character. Rather than me try to get into explosive history check out this article The Legend of The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band. It is well worth the read, and it really got me interested in their music. Though Markley has been titled as the weak link of the band, I find his part essential. Yes, at points his lack of ability is apparent, but I think this is what makes these albums so psychedelic. And it's this risk of experimentation that makes this music truely amazing. I highly recommend checking out "Volume 3" and "Markley, The Group", which is really their last record. They have five records out that are all very interesting. I'm really surprised that they are not more well known. There music stands up and surpasses many bands that have had greater success. I guess this is were Bob Markley probably helped in keeping his band underground. This band deserves more attention. To get all five albums checkout Contramao's Blog site. He has generously posted all of their records recently. Saving us all a great deal of time hunting out our psychedelic fix. I would use the Zshare download site, they don't make you wait for hours after each download. I started with their 3rd album titled "A child's Guide to Good and Evil Volume 3" and loved it. "Our Drummer Always Plays In The Nude" is probably one of my favorite songs on that record. And I hope they become a favorite band to you.

These Links are from Cotramao's Blog Site. Please go checkout the many gems he has to share. And please give a BIG THANK YOU for these.

Vol. 2: Breaking Through (1967) -
A Child's Guide to Good and Evil (1968) -
Where's My Daddy? (1969) -
Markley, A Group (1970) -

Sunday, August 12, 2007

Clem Alford "Mirror Image"

Here is some nice mellow sitar heavy instrumental music. Released back in 1974 "Mirror Image" is a must have chill out record. This album is super relaxing. Man, if you can make it to the end with out hitting your head on the ceiling, I'll be amazed. It's definitely a stony delight.

So, grab yourself some wacky tobaccy, nutmeg, banana peels, or whatever it is you crazy kids do today, and put your mind onto an old new psychedelic sound.

Clem Alford "Mirror Image" 1974.

Clem Alford "Mirror Image"



Latest Issue #7

Huge Issue
Includes Two Sets of Trading Cards (72 cards total!)
Interviews w/ Clive Palmer, Strawbs,
Kevin Coyne, Gary Panter,
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TWO Free CDs!
Featuring The Stooges (!), Steve Mackay, Michael Yonkers,
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I highly recommend this. Get it before it sells out. All the previous issues are long gone. The CD's alone are worth every penny.

Drag City Records

Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Mesmerizing Eye - A Musical Light Show

This is about as psychedelic as it gets. Trippy stuff my man. Created by two producers Larry Goldberg and Hank Levine with a few studio freak musicians. Its got it all baby, fuzzed out guitars, sound effects galore and lots random brain sizzle. These instrumentals run right into each other like liquid. They got a thing for phones, ringing, ringing, ring, ring. Man, this is some far out shit, man. These guys were definitely on it 40 years ago. I think it might be time to take a trip back to 1967. So,Get your favorite psychedelic and enjoy the weirdness.

Mesmerizing Eye "A Musical Light Show"

Lee Hazlewood

Mr. Hazlewood you will be missed. Thank you for all the wonderful music to forever remind us.

"After Six" one of my favorite songs.

Lee Hazlewood "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Dungen Live at Grey Eagle Asheville, NC

In celebration of Dungen's new album "Tio Bitar" here is a live concert from back in 2005. This recording is straight off the soundboard. I converted the concert to 192 bit rate. If anyone would like a lossless FLAC copy let me know.

This concert was to support their prvious album "Ta Det Lungt", if you haven't had chance to hear this album, I highly suggest you do. You can buy their albums at Dungen. Please do, you wont be disappointed.

There is also a solo album that rocks as well. "Life On Earth" This album has a bunch of players. And is dripping with vintage sound.

These guys are keeping that psychedelic spirit alive.


Dungen 05-09-19 Asheville, NC

Friday, June 15, 2007

Birth Control

What can I say these guys rock. I just really got turned onto this band a few months back. My first introduction to them was Birth Control Live 1974. This record is unbelievable. To give you kind of an idea of their sound, it would be a cross between early Deep Purple, Humble Pie and a dash of Led Zeppelin. If you end up liking this record, definitely check out some of their studio albums. Rebirth and Operation are two really strong works. I find their early albums to be the best. The blog site Out Of Focus has lots albums to choose from. As well as many other great progressive rock bands. So, go over there and give them some love. You wont be disappointed. I can't thank them enough for helping my collection grow.

Birth Control Live 1974

Note: Bilek commented that Heavy Rock Spectacular has a cleaner Version. Thanks for the heads up.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Blotter Art Collection

Enter The Gallery CONTACT US

This is a pretty cool site. Lot's of great artwork. The most I have seen in one spot on the web. I even found paper, I had the privilege of trying, in the eighties and nineties. See if you can find some of your favorites.

Friday, May 4, 2007

Back From Bangkok.

Well, I'm back in my home town. Had a great time in Bangkok. Wish I was still there. There is so much to see in Thailand. The people are great. I haven't smiled that much since a liquefied Grateful Dead concert. My smile muscles hurt after the first day. I can't say enough good things about the people, and their country.

I haven't had time to upload any music lately. Sorry about that. But all is not lost. I did come across some great blog sites, while in Bangkok. One of great interest is Gustavoeo. If you love The Kinks as much as I do check this site out. There are at least ten albums posted there. They are all early works. Such as Percy, Arthur, Something Else By The Kinks, Preservation Society, Kinda Kinks and more. I highly recomend "
Something Else By The Kinks" this album is great. It's not like their earlier records. They tend to vier away from their psychedelic pop side, and steer towards a more acoustical vibe. I love it.

I just want to thank Gustavoeo for taking the time to upload these gems. Make sure you pass one on.

Something Else By The Kinks

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Hey, Hey.

Sorry I haven't posted in a while. I'm on vacation in Thailand. What a wonderful place. Bangkok is truly psychedelic. I will be back in a few weeks, until then keep terrapin.

Saturday, March 17, 2007

Mary Butterworth - 1969

This is a great one. Can't stop listening to this record. They formed in back in 1968, and released this album in 1969. I don't know much about these guys. But honestly it's not as much about them is it is about the music they created. This they did with psychedelic jamming extravaganza. From what I have read this record is a collectors dream. Original vinyl has sold for as much as a grand. I can understand why people would pay it. Every song is solid, and when it its over you want to start again. The jamming is rathere fast paced which seems to speed time by. Everytime the last song come on I always surprised at the quick passing. I can't say enough about my enjoyment for this record. Give it a listen.

Friday, February 23, 2007

Baiyina (Clear Evidence) - Pat Martino 1968

In vein of the Arnie Lawerence Album I put up awhile ago. Here is a great record by Pat Martino. This is an all instrumental album. Baiyina has that Miles Davis "In A Silent Way" feel about it. The major difference is the Indian instrumentation. There is Indian percussion and droned out sitars throughout the record. With this and the mix of rock, jazz, and psychedelia you end up with a truly unique album. Not to mention the fact that Pat Martino is a freaking amazing guitar player. I highly recommend this record for those into the psychedelic jazz side. The album is very relaxing and smooth. Great for late night mellow time. Turn on your red light, or light your candles and incense. Spin one up and enjoy this masterpiece.

Push play to hear "Where Love's a Grown Up God" 2nd track.