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The Music of Nilsson (BBC-TV, 1971))




Very rare example of the reclusive Harry Nilsson performing live.

Mr. Richland's Favorite Song/One (3:47)
Gotta Get Up (2:41)
Walk Right Back/Cathy's Clown/Let The Good
Times Roll (4:09)
Life Line (4:30)
Joy (3:32)
Without Her (2:08)
Coconut (4:30)
1941 (3:33)









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If Stevie Ray Vaughan hadn't died... He'd probably still be alive


Stevie Ray Vaughan on Austin City Limits





A best-of sampler taken from SRV's two appearances on the ACL TV series, in 1983 and 1989.













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Thread is epic.






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Hugo I may start emailing you the concert links directly. That would protect other posters from the inconvenience of clicking on one of my posts by accident.

Alice Cooper on ABC In Concert (1972)





Set list:

Eighteen
Gutter Cat Vs. The Jets
Street Fight/Killer
School's Out







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Phish Live: 6.11.94 Red Rocks, CO
Features possibly the greatest YEM of all time, along with very strong renditions of Chalk Dust and DWD in a now legendary first set.


Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

Set 1: Wilson > Chalk Dust Torture, You Enjoy Myself > Rift, Down with Disease, It's Ice > Tela, Stash

Set 2: Also Sprach Zarathustra > Run Like an Antelope, Fluffhead, Scent of a Mule, Split Open and Melt, The Squirming Coil > Maze, Contact, Frankenstein

Encore: Suzy Greenberg



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Jane's Addiction - London 8-22-90

Gritty video of a gritty performance. Performed in small club right before they started playing larger auditoriums.

Up the Beach
Whores
Idiots Rule
Stop
Nothign Shocking
Standing in the Shower Thinking
Pigs in Zen
Summertime Rolls
Then She Did
Mountain Song
Ocean Size.







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can you not read?

ETA: can you not read mon?



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I's RA if I were you. That was just wrong.





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Mojo Nixon at the AllGood Cafe, Deep Ellum, Dallas February 24, 2011

Mojo Nixon is an escapee from an insane asylum who sings and plays guitar. He also hosts a radio show every weekday afternoon on SiriusXM channel 60, Outlaw Country.

Set list:

"You Can't Kill Me"
"Elvis is Everywhere"
"Debbie Gibson Is Pregnant with My Two Headed Love Child"
"Drunk Divorced Floozie"
"Tie My Pecker To My Leg"
"PoonTango"








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Tell me more about Nilsson. IS he the original Ben Folds? I'm only familiar with Coconut.

For some reason i cracked up at the 8:00 mark when dude popped up.






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In case that was a serious request:

Harry Nilsson worked as an L.A. bank clerk in the '60s while he recorded obscure singles and wrote songs for name acts such as The Monkees. He did not quit his bank job until he released his first album with RCA. A Beatles medley he did came to the attention of John Lennon, who complimented Nilsson on it in interviews, getting him publicity.

Nilsson's song "One" became the first big hit for Three Dog Night. Nilsson covered Fred Neil's "Everybody' Talkin'", which made the top 10 after it was included in the film Midnight Cowboy. Nilsson hated touring and seldom performed in public even at the height of his career -- which makes his BBC concert all the more valuable.

In the early '70s Nilsson heard a track at a party (which he assumed was by The Beatles) and liked it, later recording it himself. That record would go on to hit #1 around the world and become a standard:

"Without You"

"Without You" (demo)

Badfinger - "Without You" (original version)

Nilsson was widely respected as a songwriter, but his refusal to tour kept his profile relatively low even after "Without You".



"Don't Forget Me"






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It was serious. I didnt' realize Without You was him.





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In tribute to the picketline crossing scabs who cost the Saints the game today, we present a union-loving commie bastard:

Pete Seeger in Melbourne Australia (1963)









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Van Morrison - Astral Weeks Live At The Hollywood Bowl (November, 2008)



An extract from the DVD (which currently lists new at Amazon for $499.99!!!!)

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“I believe I’ve transcended,” Van Morrison sings in an extended, in-the-moment riff towards the end of the title track from his recent live album, Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl. Few would beg to differ, for over the course of this historic concert, Morrison seems to transcend age, time and whatever other affects turn some veteran performers into wan caricatures of their former selves better suited to halls of fame than halls of music. Now, for those who couldn’t be there to go “into the music” under that star-filled Los Angeles sky, Morrison has released a concert film—his first since 1990’s Van Morrison: The Concert—that documents the soulful evening measure for remarkable measure.

“It was an alchemical kind of situation,” Morrison has said of the 1968 New York recording sessions that yielded the original Astral Weeks, which, although poorly promoted by Warner Brothers upon its release, now regularly places at the top of critic and reader surveys of the greatest albums of all time. Forty years later, a similar alchemy prevails as Morrison and another group of musicians—some old, some new—come together for Astral Weeks:The Concert Film. Never one to repeat himself or rest on his laurels, Morrison doesn’t merely perform his classic album from cover to cover. He re-imagines it from the ground up, from a reshuffled track list and new orchestrations to a dramatically expanded “Slim Slow Slider,” transformed from a plaintive, three-minute album closer into a wailing, heart-wrenching eight-minute centerpiece. Throughout, from the first pluckings of “Astral Weeks’”s pizzicato bass line to “Madame George’”s stirring invocation to “get on the train,” Morrison stands center stage, singing, grunting, speaking in tongues, strumming his guitar and blowing his harmonica with such passion and vigor that it really is as though he is playing these songs for the very first time. To be born again, indeed.

“For me, it’s about going back to the source,” Morrison has said, and thanks to Astral Weeks: The Concert Film audiences can take that journey with him—back to the beginnings of an extraordinary five-decade solo career that has produced more than 30 albums, hundreds of songs and a worldwide popularity that continues to grow with each passing year. Thirty-five years after setting the gold standard for live recordings with the seminal It’s Too Late To Stop Now, with Astral Weeks: The Concert Film Van Morrison once again surpasses himself. --Scott Foundas


















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quote:

Hugo I may start emailing you the concert links directly. That would protect other posters from the inconvenience of clicking on one of my posts by accident.



I looked for a cool gif that said "shutup" but none felt right. I would have been all over this thread, but when I saw it the first time I thought it was a joke making fun of that phish thread with the same songs 400 times.






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The Live Stiffs Concert Film (1977)



I didn't even know this film existed until yesterday. It follows the tour of acts on the upstart Stiff records label:

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Established at the outset of the punk rock boom, Stiff Records signed various punk and New Wave acts such as Nick Lowe, The Damned, Lene Lovich, Wreckless Eric, Plummet Airlines, Elvis Costello, and Ian Dury. The label's marketing and advertising was often provocative and witty billing itself as "The World's Most Flexible Record Label". Other slogans were "We came. We saw. We left", "If It Ain't Stiff, It Ain't Worth a frick", and "When You Kill Time, You Murder Success" (printed on promotional wall clocks). On the label of Stiff's sampler compilation Heroes & Cowards was printed: "In '78 everyone born in '45 will be 33-1/3". A very early Stiff sampler album, A Bunch of Stiff Records, introduced the slogan, "If they're dead, we'll sign them" and "Undertakers to the Industry".


The video quality here is mediocre to terrible, but the film is a unique document and essential viewing for anyone interested in the New Wave era.









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In the early '70s Nilsson heard a track at a party (which he assumed was by The Beatles) and liked it, later recording it himself. That record would go on to hit #1 around the world and become a standard:

"Without You"

"Without You" (demo)

Badfinger - "Without You" (original version)


The Ken Lee version






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A non-Phish extra:

The Beach Boys - Live on Ready Steady Go! (British TV - November 6, 1964)

This may be the only footage of classic-era Beach Boys performing "I Get Around" live (and you can tell it's live by Dennis' clankety drums -- on the records it's session pros like Hal Blaine or NO's own Earl Palmer).

The guys also do the classic "When I Grow Up To Be A Man".






ETA: Lagniappe

A wild appearance on a Jack Benny TV special in 1965



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quote:

Hugo I may start emailing you the concert links directly. That would protect other posters from the inconvenience of clicking on one of my posts by accident.

nah

Still a great thread here






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