Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Midday Veil - Eyes All Around

I'm really starting to dig this band. You can download the album at their Website. They will be playing at the Escalator Fest if you happen to live in Seattle.

Escalator Fest II is happening at the Lo-Fi Performance Gallery October 22-23rd featuring: Friday, Oct. 22:
Blood Red Dancers
Night Beats
Dahga Bloom
Jeffertitti’s Nile
This Blinding Light
Saturday, Oct. 23:
Curious Mystery
Moon Duo
Midday Veil
Climax Golden Twins

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Happy Birthday to Bob Weir

Happy Birthday Bob Weir
Thank you for taking us Furthur down that musical road. Keep on playin' and we'll keep on keepin' on. 
Robert Hall Weir, October 16, 1947

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Just remodeled my house.

I really like what they've done with the place. The future's looking good.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Jethro Tull - Sweden 01.09.1969

I find it very hard to come across early Jethro Tull that is not poorly recorded.  And even that is tough to come by.  So, when I find something like this, it really makes my musical day. This is a soundboard recorded in mono. Don't let the word mono turn you away. It really doesn't take away from this recording at all. It sounds great. I've only gotten a few shows from this time period that come close to this quality. The concert takes place in Konserthuset Stockholm, Sweden on January 9th, 1969. Ian Anderson is in full form singing and tearing it up on the flute.  He yelps and squeals like and insane man. "Martin's Tune" is a nice 14 minute instrumental. As well as "Dharma For One" and "Nothing Is Easy" both over 15 minutes. They're real nice psychedelic jams. Turn on your red light and enjoy.
The Late Show
01.Intro + tuning-up
02.My Sunday Feeling
03.Martin's Tune
04.To Be Sad Is a Mad Way to Be
05.Back to the Family
06.Dharma For One
07.Nothing Is Easy
08.Song For Jeffrey
***Jethro Tull 1969.01.09***

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Roger Waters - Madison Square Garden New York 10-5/6-2010

Here is both nights of Roger Waters performances of "The Wall". October 5th and 6th at Madison Square Garden in New York.  These audience recordings sound absolutely brilliant. Both nights were recorded by wklitz, and he did a wonderful job. I can't thank him enough for his generosity in sharing these fine recordings with us. These have to be the best sounding, I've heard on this tour so far. You wont be disappointed. Not to mention that Roger is in top form. He is putting it all out there on this version of "The Wall". Looking forward to seeing this show when he gets this way. So make yourself a MSG box set and enjoy.