Saturday, March 21, 2009

Neil Young New Video "Cough Up The Bucks"

Neil Young - Cough Up The Bucks

Neil's just whipping them out. He's gonna have videos for every song out, before the album is released at this rate. That's not a bad thing mind you.

Thursday, March 19, 2009


Spiritualized will play 'Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space' live in it's entirety at London's Royal Festival Hall.

The 1997, No. 4 charting, classic album will be performed in full on October 12, 2009, with the band accompanied by a choir and string and horn sections.

Coinciding with the live gig, an expanded Legacy Edition of the album will be released in October, with added material and new packaging. More details to be confirmed.

The Ladie and Gentlemen show is the first Don't Look Back show announced so far. The annual series, organised by All Tomorrow's Parties sees bands revisit classic albums live. Previous participants include Teenage Fanclub and The Lemonheads.

Tickets for the DLB Spiritualized show will go on sale on Thursday March 19th at 10am.

Spiritualized will also be appearing at the following this Summer:

‘Spaceship’ Show, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (April 20)
The Assembly, Leamington Spa (May 8)
All Tomorrow’s Parties, Minehead (May 10)
The Big Chill, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire (August 8)

Source: Uncut

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Change can be a mild pain in the ass.

So, apparently one of the hosting sites that I use has changed some of their policies. The one that screws things up here is their new 14 day policy. If a file is inactive for more than 14 days they pull it. Originally there was no time limit. This to me is a bit ridiculous and extreme. Most host site at least give you 30 to 90 days. Fortunately, I had a feeling they might do something like this. Though I didn't think they would be this hardcore about it. If anyone knows of a good storage site with unlimited time, that let you upload files above 100mb. Please let me know in the comments. I hope to find a new homes for our psychedelic doses real soon. In the meantime, if there is something down that you would like to hear let me know in the comments of that album. I will re-upload the album as quick as possible. Again any help finding new storage sites will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Phish - Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA March 6-8, 2009

For the lucky ones who got to experience this three day reunion, I hope you had a great time. For the 194 that ended up in jail, I hope you get out soon. Now, for the rest of us who did not have the means, the luck, or ended up in jail before the music began, all is not lost. Phish is being generous enough to share these three nights with us. For free even. You can download the complete concerts in mp3 format for free. You also have the opportunity to purchase far superior sounding formats aka. CD's or FLAC files. Which after listening to the first night, I might just end up doing. These soundboards are awesome. They have a nice blend of audience mixed in, so it doesn't sound dry. Personally, for the past ten to eleven years, I haven't been all that into Phish. These concerts have refreshed my love for their music. Or at the very least made me feel nostalgic for times gone by. Back when my friends and I would see them play in venues with under a thousand people. OK, enough of that flashbacking crap. Check'em out at The only thing you have to do is register when you get there. It takes all of two seconds. Well worth the effort.

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Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera BBC Radio 1, UK January 27, 1968

"This session predates the first album by six months, and finds the band still relying on some excellent cover versions, as well as group originals. The line up was changeable. Colin Forster would be replaced for the second album by Paul Brett. Hudson and Ford spent a little time in the Strawbs before becoming very successful and commercial with their 'Hudson-Ford' collaboration."
Taken from the back cover of a bootleg LP.

If you haven't had a chance to listen to their first album. You can check it out HERE. I posted it awhile back, and it's definitely worth checking out. After doing that, or if you already have, this BBC session is the next place to take your head. I'd like to give a big Thank You to humanoidboogie, who took the time to share this with us. Humanoidboogie did a great job transferring and fixing it up for us.

Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera
Saturday Club, BBC Radio 1, UK
January 27, 1968
taken from an untitled bootleg LP on Apothecary Records (SORCERY001)

All Along The Watchtower
Mary Jane
Somethin' Else
Short Interview with Brian Matthews
Mother Writes
Flames (acetate)

***Elmer Gantry"s Velvet Opera BBC***

Neil Young New Video "Johnny Magic" 1st Version

Apparently, there are going to be two versions of this video. This being the first.

Friday, March 6, 2009

The Rolling Stones 10/15/1981 Seattle Wa.

The Rolling Stones on their Tattoo You Tour. This is a very balanced soundboard recording. I've noticed that the vocals tend to be way up top, on quite a few of the soundboards, on the 1981 tour. This is not the case with this show. All the instruments are pretty clear and present. Not to mention this is one hepped up show. You can hear the cocaine on this one. They are playing at lightening speed. It just makes you want to jump up, and start doing your best Mick Jagger impersonation. And hell why not it's a rocking set. So, grab yourself a bottle of Jack, a doobie and have at it.

Set List:
Take The A Train
Under My Thumb
When The Whip Comes Down
Let’s Spend The Night Together
Black Limousine
Just My Imagination
Twenty Flight Rock
Let Me Go
Time Is On My Side
Beast Of Burden
Waiting On A Friend
Let It Bleed
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Little Tits & Ass
Tumbling Dice
She’s So Cold
All Down The Line
Hang Fire, Star Star
Miss You
Start Me Up
Honky Tonk Women
Brown Sugar
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Star Spangled Banner>School Days

Updated download link:
***Rolling Stones 10.15.1981***

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Rocky Erickson and the Explosives

Here is some nice video. Wish I could have been there.

"I Walk With The Zombie"

"Two Headed Dog"

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

New York Dolls New Album

New York Dolls reveal new album tracklisting

Todd Rundgren, who produced New York Dolls' 1973 self-titled debut album, is set to reunite with the band and produce their next. Rundgren will hit the studio with founding New York Dolls members David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain in January to record the album, which is as-yet untitled. The band will follow the release of the LP with a world tour. Pic: Marty Temme

Todd Rundgren, who produced New York Dolls' 1973 self-titled debut album, is set to reunite with the band and produce...

The New York Dolls have revealed the tracklisting of their forthcoming album.

The band is set to release 'Cause I Sez So' on May 5 in the US. The album sees the band reuniting with producer Todd Rundgren, who recorded the iconic group's 1973 debut.

"It was amazing working with Todd again, and I think we were able to evoke the special sound of our first album and drag it by the hair into the present," frontman David Johansen said in a statement.

The album tracklisting is:

'Cause I Sez So'

'Muddy Bones'
'Better Than'
'Lonely So Long'

'My World'

'Temptation To Exist'

'Making Rain'
'Nobody Got No Bizness'

'Exorcism Of Despair'

The band have also announced that they will make a handful of appearances at Austin's South by Southwest festival later this month.

New York Dolls at SXSW:

Austin, TX Panel: The Sound and the Fury (March 20 2:00-3:15pm)
Austin, TX Showcase at Smokin’ Music, 504 Trinity Street (21, 12:30am)
Austin, TX Maggie Mae's Rose’s Mojito and Rachael Ray’s Feedback (21, 2:40pm)

Source: NME