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I actually posted in that thread,
yes, you did.






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Note the rather primitive recording technology of the day required the vocals be done simultaneously, while today they would probably be overdubbed one at a time.


Believe it or not, most of us still do it old-school in order to catch the feel of the moment. The lead vox gets laid down and then we gather around an omni-directional mic and sing it choir-style. It's just a better sound and feel even though the ProTools set-up does allow for singing the parts solo and even doubling them up. It's just too cold and insincere for my taste.

Don't even get me started on those pitch-correcting programs.






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I'ma do something a little more modern, though I have of course been enjoying the hell out of the old school stuff.

Here's Jack White at London's Roadhouse in September of this year.

I tried to find video for his show at Lolla this year, but I was unsuccessful. I have audio. Just no video. That show was considered by most to be one of the best shows he's ever put on.



What's rather unique about Jack's shows this tour is that he's got two bands. One is the all male Los Buzzardos and the other is the all female Peacocks.

He opens this iTunes festival show with the male band before bringing on the female band to finish it out. Normally, he's been using just one band a night, not telling either which band he is using until a few hours before the show.

Los Buzzardos:
1) Black Math (The White Stripes song)
2) Missing Pieces
3) Sixteen Saltines
4) Wasting My Time (The White Stripes song)
5) I Cut Like A Buffalo (The Dead Weather song)
6) Hello Operator (The White Stripes song)
7) Two Against One (Danger Mouse cover)
8) Blunderbuss

The Peacocks
9) Love Interruption
10) Hotel Yorba (The White Stripes song)
11) Top Yourself (The Raconteurs song)
12) Hypocritical Kiss
13) Cannon (The White Stripes song)
14) Broken Boy Soldier (The Raconteurs song)
15) We're Going to Be Friends (The White Stripes song)
16)Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground (The White Stripes song)
17)Take Me With You When You Go
18) I'm Slowly Turning Into You (The White Stripes song)
19) Screwdriver (The White Stripes song)
20) Blue Blood Blues (The Dead Weather song)
21) Ball and Biscuit (The White Stripes song)

Encore:
22) Steady, As She Goes (The Raconteurs song)
23) The Hardest Button to Button (The White Stripes song)
24) Freedom at 21
25) Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes song)









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This Jack White dude..now he knows what's up. Bringing back Loretta from the nearly dead and all the other realy cool old school work he's been doing!





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Both his CD with Loretta and with Wanda Jackson are just amazing





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A non-Phish extra:

Rare film footage of Eric Clapton with The Yardbirds (1964):



"Louise"



"I Wish You Would"

But wait -- there's more!

Yardbirds documentary









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(Non-Phish lagniappe)

I hope Dandy Lion didn't post this already:

The Who -- "Bucket T" (1966)

Rare Dutch TV film footage of the boys laying down vocals on this Jan & Dean cover, with Keith Moon valiantly attempting to sing lead











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Jimi Hendrix - January 9th, 1969 at the Konserthuset in Stockholm LINK



Set List:
1- Killing Floor
2- Spanish Castle Magic
3- Fire
4- Hey Joe
5- Voodoo Child
6- Red House
7- Sunshine Of Your Love


That link "is no longer available"

So we'll try this:
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The Beatles -- Budokan Hall, Tokyo Japan (June 30, 1966)

Listening to this now.







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Someone else is posting in this thread?

I am utterly bewildered...











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I could dig up a killer Rush show or two if it means that much to you.

Or I could keep up the silent appreciation, the choice is yours.






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Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown

frick yeah.

Good stuff to listen to at work.







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I'ma do something a little more modern, though I have of course been enjoying the hell out of the old school stuff.

Here's Jack White at London's Roadhouse in September of this year.

I tried to find video for his show at Lolla this year, but I was unsuccessful. I have audio. Just no video. That show was considered by most to be one of the best shows he's ever put on.

incredible






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I've wanted to post this for awhile -- finally somebody uploaded it to YouTube:

B.B. King Live At The Regal



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B.B. King is not only a timeless singer and guitarist, he's also a natural-born entertainer, and on Live at the Regal the listener is treated to an exhibition of all three of his talents... More than anything else, Live at the Regal is a textbook example of how to set up a live performance. Talking to the crowd, setting up the tunes with a vignette, King is the consummate entertainer. Live at the Regal is an absolutely necessary acquisition for fans of B.B. King or blues music in general. A high point, perhaps even the high point, for uptown blues. -- Allmusic.com


Set list:

1. Every Day I Have The Blues
2. Sweet Little Angel
3. It's My Own Fault
4. How Blue Can You Get?
5. Please Love Me
6. You Upset Me Baby
7. Worry, Worry
8. Woke Up This Mornin'
9. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now
10. Help The Poor






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Graham Parker And The Rumour - Live at Rockpalast (German TV, January 23, 1978)





Graham Parker was one of the greatest talents to emerge from the New Wave, brilliantly mixing R&B, soul, Dylanesque folk, and straight-ahead hard rock. But unlike the later Elvis Costello (who in many ways modeled himself on Parker) he regrettably never became a major star.

This German TV appearance captures him near the height of his powers, complete with 4-piece horn section.





Set List:

Heat Treatment
White Honey
Soul on Ice
Back to Schooldays
Heat in Harlem
Fool’s Gold
Watch the Moon Come Down
Thunder and Rain
Stick to Me
I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down
Don’t Ask Me No Questions
Not If It Pleases Me
The New York Shuffle
Soul Shoes
Hold Back the Night







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The Velvet Underground - Live at The Boston Tea Party (Jan. 10, 1969)



What was it like attending a Velvets show at The Boston Tea Party?

"The crowd was FUN! Wall-to-wall hippies, bikers, Harvard students, Northeastern students, fashion models, professors, drug dealers, art teachers, groupies, MIT students, photographers, local thugs, local disc jockeys, skinny-bohemian-artist girls, visiting dignitaries from the New York art scene, and the royalty of the Boston music set — the local singers and guitar-players in their mod suits strolling around with their beautiful girlfriends.

Sometimes you just plain couldn't figure out where on the stage those strange sounds and harmonics were coming from, because of the eerie calm with which they played and improvised in front of you, and because every time they'd come to town they'd introduce at least one new song that would, for better or worse, sound like nothing else that had gone before in rock music."
-- Jonathan Richman

Set list:

1. Heroin (0:00)
2. Move Right In (8:26)
3. I'm Set Free (13:12)
4. Run Run Run (17:49)
5. I'm Waiting For The Man (25:39)
6. What Goes On (34:35)
7. I Can't Stand It (39:05)
8. Candy Says (45:23)
9. Beginning To See The Light (50:10)
10. White Light/White Heat (56:00)
11. Pale Blue Eyes (61:42)
12. Sister Ray (68:10)










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The Who - Live at the Fillmore East (April 6, 1968)



Classic live performance from (IMHO) the band's greatest period, just before superstardom with Tommy and the move to arenas (with the inevitably accompanying bombast) of the '70s.

Set list:

1. Summertime Blues
2. Fortune Teller
3. Tattoo
4. Little Billy
5. I Can't Explain
6. Happy Jack
7. Relax
8. A Quick One
9. My Way
10. Shakin' All Over
11. Boris The Spider
12. My Generation











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Wow. Too Heavy! I was There . . .





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