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The Velvet Underground at Le Bataclan, Paris (January 29, 1972)



Very rough footage (shot for French TV) of what was technically not a Velvets show, but was the first time Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico had shared the stage in several years.







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I'm sure this was an out and out 'shitfest', which improved exponentially once they saw the audience was really into them.





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In honor of the Saints playing a shitty excuse for a football game, here is a shitty excuse for a non-Phish post:

Phil Ochs on Come, Read To Me a Poem (April 12, 1967)



Phil Ochs was a talented folk singer-songwriter of the period, probably second only to Dylan. Come, Read To Me a Poem was apparently a public TV show dedicated to that particular art form. This being the '60s, there is a lot of rock-lyrics-are-poetry talk. The interview section of the tape is actually fairly interesting for Ochs' discussion of the songwriting process.



If you like this sort of thing you might also like the Ochs version of Poe's "The Bells".

There But For Fortune -- American Masters documentary on Phil Ochs (2011)













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Gene Parsons on the invention of the Stringbender

Guitarists may want to watch this videotaped interview with the late Gene Parsons (no relation to Gram) detailing how he and Clarence White devised the Stringbender/B-Bender in 1967.







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This one may not stay up long, so watch while you can:

Roy Orbison & Friends: A Black & White Night (September 30,1987)




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Put together by musical director T-Bone Burnett, Orbison was accompanied by a supporting backing band which included many notable musical performers. All were fans who volunteered to participate in the special. The backing band was the TCB Band, which accompanied Elvis Presley from 1969 until his death in 1977: Glen D. Hardin|Lyle Lovitt on piano, James Burton on lead guitar, Jerry Scheff on bass, and Ronnie Tutt on drums. Male background vocalists, some of whom also joined in on guitar, were Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther, Lyle Lovett, and Steven Soles. The female background vocalists were k.d. lang, Jennifer Warnes, and Bonnie Raitt. During the end credits, several of the band members are shown talking about how Orbison influenced them.












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Faith No More

Donington Park, England. June 2009. Setlist:
1. Reunited
2. The Real Th[align=left]ing
3. From Out Of Nowhere
4. Land of Sunshine
5. Caffeine
6. Evidence
7. Poker Face / Chinese Arithmetic
8. surprise You're Dead
9. Easy
10. Last Cup Of Sorrow
11. Midlife Crisis
12. Introduce Yourself
13. Gentle Art of Making Enemies
14. Take This Bottle
15. Ashes To Ashes
16. Malpractice
17. Cuckoo For Caca
18. Be Aggressive
19. Epic
20. Mark Bowen
Encore:
21. Chariots Of Fire / Stripsearch
22. We Care A Lot









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I have that Bataclan show on my computer. Berlin is my favorite Reed track and they do a great rendition.





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I have that Bataclan show on my computer. Berlin is my favorite Reed track and they do a great rendition.


"Berlin" may be my favorite Reed track too.

Do you know if "Berlin" was written by Reed post-VU, or if it was first done by the actual Velvet Underground and then recut by Reed solo, like "Satellite Of Love"?






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For some reason he gets a bad rap, Transformer was a great album.

Ride into the sun, another underrated track.
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Nice find Kafka


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Flying Burrito Brothers at the Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco (1969)



1. Close Up The Honky Tonks @ 0:07
2. Dark End Of The Street @ 2:40
3. If You Can't Undo The Wrong, Undo The Right @ 6:57
4. Town Without Memories @ 10:58
5. Sweet Mental Revenge @ 15:38
6. We've Got To Get Ourselves Together @ 18:55
7. Lucille @ 22:53
8. Sin City @ 25:55
9. You Win Again @ 30:26
10. Hot Burrito #1 @ 34:03
11. Hot Burrito #2 @ 38:22
12. You're still On My Mind @ 42:45
13. Train Song @ 45:31
14. Long Black Limousine @ 49:55
15. Dream Baby @ 53:23
16. Do Right Woman @ 57:03 Filler
1. Six Days On The Road ( Altamont) @ 1:01:54
2. Wild Horses (Rolling Stones) @ 1:05:11









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Tim Buckley - Live in London (October 7, 1968)



If you only know Tim Buckley as the father of Jeff, you're missing out. Tim was a talented songwriter with an extraordinary voice, producing classics like "Song To The Siren" (unfortunately not included in this set -- you can see Tim perform it on the Monkees TV show here), "Pleasant Street", and the heartbreakingly beautiful "Morning Glory".

"Buzzin' Fly" (Buckley) -- 01:06
"Phantasmagoria in Two" (Buckley) -- 07:20
"Morning Glory" (Beckett, Buckley) --12:02
"Dolphins" (Neil) -- 15:46
"I've Been Out Walking" (Buckley) --22:26
The Earth Is Broken" (Buckley) -- 30:45
"Who Do You Love" (Buckley) -- 37:45
"Pleasant Street (Buckley)/You Keep Me Hanging On" (Holland, Dozier, Holland) -- 47:13
"Love from Room 109/Strange Feelin'" (Buckley) -- 55:12
"Carnival Song (Buckley)/Hi Lily, Hi Lo" (Deutch) -- 1:07,31
"Hallucinations" (Beckett, Buckley) --1:16,22
"Troubadour" (Buckley) -- 1:23,37
"Dream Letter/Happy Time" (Buckley) -- 1:29,42
"Wayfaring Stranger/You Got Me Runnin'" (Buckley) -- 1:39,09
Once I Was" (Buckley) -- 1:52,18









My Fleeting House -- Watch online, feature-length documentary on Tim Buckley, with interviews and performance clips








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Tim Buckley








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Brinsley Schwarz on German TV (March 6, 1975)



Very rare clips from an otherwise lost Rockpalast appearance by the kings of Pub Rock. These clips only survived because they were rerun on a morning TV show a few days later. The hostess and panelists are clearly having the time of their lives.

The highlights of this brief set are the Brinsleys' classic riff on Sweetheart-era Byrds, "Country Girl", and an early performance of a recent composition by bassist Nick Lowe, a little ditty called "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding".

"Country Girl"
"Love Is Gone"
"(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, & Understanding"
"Range War"
"Run Rudolph Run" (why is Chuck Berry's Christmas classic on a show from March?)







A pic from a wild appearance on Dutch TV. Unfortunately the classic if chaotic clip this comes from was removed from YouTube







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Shitty Saints performance = shitty excuse for a non-Phish post:

Hank Williams on the Kate Smith Show (1952)



One of only two surviving Hank Williams TV appearances. Also features Roy Acuff, The Carter Family and a very young June Carter

HW w/Anita Carter - "I Can't Help It If I'm Still in Love with You"

"Cold Cold Heart"

"Hey Good Lookin'"

"I Saw The Light"










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The Magicians - Four to Go (Eye On New York, WCBS-TV 1966)




Another unique historical document -- a short film (produced by a local NY TV station) about The Magicians, a NYC band that seemed just on the verge of hitting it big, but never quite broke through. While no NYC group could be considered "typical" of the period's garage bands, this film does offer a fascinating inside glimpse of a rock musician's lifestyle and concerns just before hippies and the psychedelic era -- much of the film details the band members being hassled for wearing long hair, and a clear but unmentioned subtext is the band's transition from Stonesish R&B to Dylanesque folk-rock.



It's theoretically possible someone else here may have heard The Magicians, as their classic single "An Invitation to Cry" was included on the legendary Nuggets compilation of '60s garage bands.

The Magicians - "An Invitation to Cry"









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Rush - 1984 Grace UNder Pressure Tour

1. The Spirit of Radio
2. The Enemy Within
3. The Weapon
4. Witch Hunt
5. New World Man
6. Distant Early Warning
7. Red Sector A
8. Closer to the Heart
9. YYZ/2112/Tom Sawyer
10. Vital Signs
11. Finding My Way/In the Mood






I know Kafka will appreciate this post.



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I know Kafka will appreciate this post


I'm so lonely in this thread any reply is welcome

And you included pics too! How thoughtful






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