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Badfinger at the Paramount Theatre, Springfield Mass (February 3, 1972)

One of the great bands of their time, in concert the star-crossed Badfinger curiously stressed bar band covers (including not one but two by Dave Mason) rather than the power pop that made their reputation, and for which they are so fondly remembered today.

Still, a little Badfinger is better than none.







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Badfinger on Set of Six, Granada TV (Manchester England -- May 3, 1972)




Just found this mini-concert. Perhaps the closest we can come to a Badfinger show.

Setlist:
01.Day After Day,
02.Sweet Tuesday Morning,
03.Take it All,
04.Suitcase,
05.Better Days,
06.No Matter What.












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Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall, London (April 14, 1970)













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Judee Sill at USC (1973)



The ill-fated Judee Sill (1944-1979) is remembered today mostly for writing and singing the classic "Jesus Was A Crossmaker" (1971). Despite her considerable talent, personal problems kept her from capitalizing on the singer-songwriter boom of the '70s.

This is rather primitive footage of a show she put on at the USC campus -- primitive but priceless, since so little footage exists of her performing.







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Pretty awesome. Thanks for sharing.





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The Kinks In Concert at the BBC (1973)



The band just a wee bit past their Golden Age, but still a great show. The undisputed highlight is "The Village Green Preservation Society", complete with horn section -- the old-fashioned brass gives the song a special, nostalgic quality.

Set list

00:00 - “Victoria”
02:54 - “Acute Schizophrenia Paranoia Blues”
06:21 - “Dedicated Follower of Fashion”
08:16 - “Lola”
13:03 - “Holiday”
15:55 - “Good Golly Miss Molly”
18:44 - “You Really Got Me”
20:43 - “All Day And All Of the Night”
22:05 - “Waterloo Sunset”?
25:43 - “The Village Green Preservation Society”







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The Velvet Underground - Live 1969, Vol.01

Vol.02



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In 1969 a VU fan who was a recording engineer brought a reel-to-reel tape machine to two shows the band played during an engagement at a club in Dallas called The End of Cole Avenue; a few months later, the band played The Matrix in San Francisco, where a tape machine had been installed into the hall's sound system, and the band was allowed to record their set. Five years later, long after The Velvet Underground had collapsed and Lou Reed's solo career was on the rise, Mercury Records compiled highlights of the Dallas and San Francisco tapes into a two-record set, 1969: Velvet Underground Live, and it is without question the best (legally-released) document of this band's considerable strengths as a live act. While they were a somewhat more sedate band with Doug Yule on bass rather than Cale, they still had plenty of life left in them at this stage of the game; there are few voyages into the sonic unknown here, but Lou Reed and Sterling Morrison had matured into one of rock's most potent guitar combinations, Maureen Tucker was as distinctive a drummer as anyone who picked up a pair of mallets, and with Doug Yule at her side they comprised a truly superb rhythm section. Sounding tight, confident, and passionate on every cut, this set finds the band visiting highlights from all four of their studio albums, as well as a handful of previously unreleased numbers. From the delicacy of "New Age" and "I'll Be Your Mirror" to the rave-up energy of "What Goes On" and "White Light/White Heat," 1969: Velvet Underground Live captures the many sides of their musical personality with commendable skill, and while it isn't their best album, it's one of the best places for a beginner to explore their body of work. == Allmusic




Track listing:

01 00:00 "Waiting for My Man"
02 07:02 "Lisa Says"
03 12:53 "What Goes On"
04 21:47 "Sweet Jane"
05 25:46 "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together"
06 29:00 "Femme Fatale"
07 32:04 "New Age"
08 38:40 "Rock and Roll"
09 44:46 "Beginning to See the Light"
10 50:15 "Heroin"

01 00:00 "Ocean"
02 10:56 "Pale Blue Eyes"
03 16:47 "Heroin"
04 26:36 "Some Kinda Love"
05 31:24 "Over You"
06 33:41 "Sweet Bonnie Brown"/"It's Just Too Much"
07 41:36 "White Light/White Heat"
08 50:11 "I Can't Stand It"
09 58:03 "I'll Be Your Mirror"






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Sandy Denny - Live At The BBC (1971)



A mini-concert offering very rare live footage of the tragically short-lived Denny (1947-1978), legendary singer of the great English folk-rock band Fairport Convention

01. The North Star Grassman And The Ravens
02. Late November
03. Crazy Lady Blues









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Delaney & Bonnie ft. Duane Allman, Greg Allman, and King Curtis - Live at A&R Recording Studios in NYC in 1971



Come On In My Kitchen (3:39)
Goin‘ Down The Road Feeling Bad (3:58)
Poor Elijah (5:01)
The Ghetto (5:39)
introductions (6:07)
Livin‘ On The Open Road (4:53)
Better Relations (4:22)
My Man (5:28)
Don’t Want Me Around (7:03)
Only You Know And I Know (18:00)

last two tracks in particular feature some virtuoso performances by both Allmans and King Curtis






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Fairport Convention - live on French TV (December 5, 1970)

The great English folk-rock band. Unfortunately this was after legendary singer Sandy Denny left, but the brilliant guitarist Richard Thompson is still around.

01. Dirty Linen 00:01
02. Sloth 08:07
03. The Journeyman's Grace 20:23









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Wilco at Bonnaroo (Manchester TN, June 14, 2013)




Setlist:

1:08 Poor Places
6:07 Art Of Almost
13:25 I Might
17:18 I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
23:20 Kamera
27:10 California Stars
32:15 Hesitating Beauty
35:57 Handshake Drugs
41:53 Shouldn't Be Ashamed
45:23 Impossible Germany
52:49 Born Alone
56:55 Laminated Cat
1:02:40 Jesus, Etc.
1:07:07 Via Chicago
1:12:30 Whole Love
1:16:30 Heavy Metal Drummer
1:19:40 I'm The Man Who Loves You
1:24:15 Dawned On Me
1:27:45 A Shot In The Arm










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REM on Rockpalast (German TV -- October 2, 1985)




The band at what was IMHO their creative peak.

Set List:

Feeling Gravitys Pull
Harborcoat
Sitting Still
Maps And Legends
Fall On Me (original lyrics)
Green Grow The Rushes
Driver 8
Hyena
So. Central Rain
Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
Can't Get There From Here
King Of The Road
Seven Chinese Brothers
Auctioneer (Another Engine)
Old Man Kensey
Little America
Pretty Persuasion

encore 1:

Theme From Two Steps Onward
Toys In The Attic
See No Evil
Second Guessing

encore 2:

Ghost Riders In The Sky
(Don't Go Back to) Rockville
We Walk-Falling In Love Again-Behind Closed Doors
Paint It, Black












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The Bill Evans Trio on Jazz 625 (BBC-TV, March 19, 1965)



In honor of Jazz Day on the MB, we present the legendary pianist Bill Evans, surely the most distinguished SELU grad in jazz history.

Set One:
1. Intro “Five,” by Bill Evans
2. “Elsa,” by Earl Zindars @ 1:51
3. “Summertime,” by George Gershwin @ 6:48
4. “Come Rain or Come Shine,” by Harold Arlen @ 12:24
5. “My Foolish Heart,” by Victor Young @ 17:39
6. “Re: Person I Knew,” by Bill Evans @ 22:57
7. “Israel,” by Johnny Carisi @ 27:17
8.? Outro “Five,” by Bill Evans (reprise) @ 32:45 - 35:19
Set Two:
1. Intro “Five,” by Bill Evans @ 35:20
2. “How My Heart Sings,” by Earl Zindars @ 37:11
3. “Nardis,” by Miles Davis @ 41:16
4. “Who Can I Turn To?” by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse @ 46:57
5. “Someday My Prince Will Come,” by Frank Churchill @? 52:58
6. “How Deep is the Ocean?” by Irving Berlin @ 58:32
7. Waltz For Debbie, by Bill Evans @ 1:04:38
8. Outro “Five,” by Bill Evans (reprise) @ 1:09:32











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The Sound of Jazz (CBS-TV, December 8, 1957)



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"The Sound of Jazz" is a 1957 edition of the CBS television series Seven Lively Arts, and was one of the first major programs featuring jazz to air on American network television.
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"The Sound of Jazz" brought together 32 leading musicians from the swing era including Count Basie, Lester Young, Ben Webster, Billie Holiday, Jo Jones and Coleman Hawkins; the Chicago style players of the same era, like Henry "Red" Allen, Vic Dickenson, and Pee Wee Russell; and younger 'modernist' musicians such as Gerry Mulligan, Thelonious Monk, and Jimmy Giuffre.
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The show's performance of "Fine and Mellow" reunited Billie Holiday with her estranged long-time friend Lester Young for the final time. Jazz critic Nat Hentoff, who was involved in the show, recalled that during rehearsals, they kept to opposite sides of the room. Young was very weak, and Hentoff told him to skip the big band section of the show and that he could sit while performing in the group with Holiday.

During the performance of "Fine and Mellow", Webster played the first solo. "Then", Hentoff remembered:

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Lester got up, and he played the purest blues I have ever heard, and [he and Holiday] were looking at each other, their eyes were sort of interlocked, and she was sort of nodding and half–smiling. It was as if they were both remembering what had been—whatever that was. And in the control room we were all crying. When the show was over, they went their separate ways.


Within two years, both Young and Holiday had died.








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I'm surprised that no one has posted a Zeppelin concert on here yet. Their shows were a lot more improvisational than what I expected the first time I heard one of their live shows.

Here is one from 1970 at Albert Hall:

Zeppelin



Led Zeppelin - Live at the Royal Albert Hall 1970 (Full Concert)

00:27 We're Gonna Groove (James A. Bethea, Ben E. King)
03:40 I Can't Quit You Baby (Willie Dixon)
10:36 Dazed and Confused (Jimmy Page)
26:09 White Summer (Page)
38:32 What Is and What Should Never Be (Page, Robert Plant)
43:11 How Many More Times (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Page)
1:03:28 Moby Dick (Bonham, Jones, Page)
1:18:49 Whole Lotta Love (Bonham, Dixon, Jones, Page, Plant)
1:25:13 Communication Breakdown (Bonham, Jones, Page)
1:29:29 C'mon Everybody (Jerry Capehart, Eddie Cochran)
1:32:00 Somethin' Else (Bob Cochran, Sharon Sheeley)
1:34:10 Bring It On Home (Bonham, Dixon, Jones, Page, Plant)






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Here's a fun one I went to:

String Cheese Incident 7/18/97 OK Hotel Ballroom, Seattle,WA


CD 1 - Set 1
01.Lester had a Coconut
02.100 Year Flood >
03.Dudley's Kitchen
04.Rhythm of The Road
05.Chili Dawg >
06.Jam >
07.Bigger Isn't Better > jam
08.Johnny Cash **

CD 2 - Set 2
01.The Road Home*
02.Gone So Long >
03.Rhum 'n' Zouc
04.Jellyfish >
05.San Jose
06.E: crowd and banter
07.Southbound

* First Time Played
** drop out faded at 5:49









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The Kinks on Discorama (French TV -- July 7, 1965)



A raucous mini-concert that gives a sense of what attending a British Invasion show must have been like.




Set list:

"Bye Bye Johnny"
"Louie Louie"
"You really got me"
"Got love if you want it"
"Long tall shorty"
"All day and all of the night"
"Hide and seek"






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Eat The Document (1966)



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Eat the Document is a documentary of Bob Dylan's 1966 tour of the United Kingdom with the Hawks. It was shot under Dylan's direction by D. A. Pennebaker, whose groundbreaking documentary, Don't Look Back, chronicled Dylan's 1965 British tour. The film was originally commissioned for the ABC television series Stage '66.

Eat the Document includes footage from the infamous Manchester Free Trade Hall concert, wherein an audience member shouted "Judas!" during the electric half of Dylan's set. Dylan's band during these shows were The Hawks (later to become The Band).
[NOTE: The drummer is Mickey Jones (formerly with Trini Lopez and Johnny Rivers, later with The First Edition), not Levon Helm.]





Short documentary about The Manchester Free Trade Hall concert (May 17, 1966).







































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Phil Lesh Quintet
(Phil Lesh, Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes, Rob Barraco, and John Molo)
Warren Haynes Christmas Jam
U.S. Cellular Center
Asheville, North Carolina
12/13/2013

01 Jam >
02 Celebration >
03 Playin’ In The Band >
04 China-Cat Sunflower >
05 I Know You Rider
06 Night Of A Thousand Stars
07 Jam >
08 Mountains Of The Moon >
09 Jam >
10 St Stephen >
11 The Other One >
12 Somewhere Over The Rainbow >
13 The Other One
14 Terrapin Station

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