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David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (Hammersmith Odeon, July 3 1973)



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Bowie had taken the stage persona of Ziggy Stardust, a science fiction based, theatrical, enigmatic, androgynous character and produced two albums during this period. The evening of 3 July was the last show in the English concert tour promoting Bowie's 1973 album Aladdin Sane and the 60th gig in a tour of Britain that started on 12 May, though an American tour was already being booked for the autumn. Very few in Bowie's entourage knew of his decision to drop the Ziggy persona and cancel performing for a while; in the band only Mick Ronson had been told a few days before the final night.

At the end of the evening, aptly just before the song "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide", Bowie announced that, Not only is this the last show of the tour, but it's the last show that we'll ever do. The phrasing was deliberately ambiguous, but most of the audience and many London newspapers and magazines took it to mean that Bowie was retiring from music. In fact, he had killed off his Ziggy persona but not his music career.




Set list:

1. Hang on to yourself
2. Ziggy Stardust
3. Watch that man
4. Wild eyed boy from Freecloud/All the young dudes/Oh you pretty thing
5. Moonage daydream
6. Space oddity
7. My death
8. Time
9. The width of a circle
10. Changes
12. Suffragette city
13. White light, white heat
14. Rock´n roll suicide









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Uncle Tupelo at the Mississippi Nights club (St Louis MO, May 1 1994)




The last-ever show

Set list:

No Depression
Chickamauga
Watch Me Fall
Grindstone
Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down
Fifteen Keys
Long Cut
Anodyne
New Madrid
Slate
Atomic Power
Postcard
Gun
High Water
Acuff-Rose
True to Life
We've Been Had
Give Back the Key To My Heart
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere
Whiskey Bottle
Truck Drivin' Man
Looking for a Way Out (w/ Mike Heidorn)
Gimme Three Steps (w/ Heidorn and the Bottle Rockets, Brian Henneman vocals)














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Prompted by the Recommend a band game:
The Stone Coyotes, simple garage rock.



The Stone Coyotes - Live in Houston 2011
This is How it Starts
Church of the Falling Rain
My Little Runaway
Jolene (Dolly Parton cover)
Lucky Day
American Child
When Parliament Convenes
The First Lady of Rock
Whole Lotta Money
Odessa
Hammer on the Nail
Paranoid (Black Sabbath cover)
Rock It
Tie Your Mother Down (Queen cover)
Saw You at the Hop
I Wanna Rock
Are You Ready?

Elmore Leonard favorite band. He even toured with them back in '99.



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This Is Ska! (BBC-TV, 1964)



Ska seemed like a musical revolution about to happen when it got overwhelmed by the tsunami of Beatlemania. In this early BBC documentary/concert the future is still unlimited for all concerned.

The BBC guy's detached and deadly serious instruction in ska dance moves should be good for a laugh.

Features performances by:

Byron Lee & The Dragonaires
Eric 'Monty' Morris
Jimmy Cliff
Prince Buster
The Maytals
The Charmers
Stranger Cole
Roy & Yvonne
The Blues Busters














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Howlin' Wolf at the Washington DC Blues Festival (November, 1970)






Set list:

01. Opening Credits
02. "Highway 49"
03. Interview
04. "How Many More Years"
05. Interview
06. "Killing Floor"
07. Interview
08. "Howlin' For My Baby"
09. Interview
10. "Back Door Man"
11. "I Want To Have A Word With You"
12. "Smile At Me"
13. "Decoration Day"
Bonus Track: "Sittin 'On Top Of The World"

The Band:

Howlin' Wolf, vocals and harmonica
Sunnyland Slim, piano
Hubert Sumlin, guitar
Randy Joe Fullerton, bass
S. P. Leary, drums






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Jamie Cullum and the Heritage Orchestra (BBC-TV, August 26, 2010 )



Intro
All at Sea
Just One of Those Things
Get Your Way
If I Ruled The World
It Ain’t Necessarily So
Love Ain’t Gonna Let You Down
What a Difference a Day Made
You and Me are Gone
Solo (I Get Along With You Very Well)
London Skies
You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
Play The Piano
Mixtape












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The !!!! Beat (WFAA-TV Dallas, 1966)



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The !!!! Beat is an American television program which aired in syndication for 26 episodes in 1966. It was hosted by the Nashville, Tennessee based disc jockey Bill "Hoss" Allen, and featured a house band led by Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. The show was recorded in color at WFAA, the ABC affiliate in Dallas, which had color facilities

Guests included: Otis Redding, Little Milton, Esther Phillips, Joe Tex, Etta James, Lattimore Brown, Roscoe Shelton, Carla Thomas, Freddie King, Barbara Lynn, Johnny Taylor, The Radiants, Louis Jordan, The Mighty Hannibal, Clarence 'Frogman' Henry, Robert Parker, Joe Simon, Mitty Collier, Jamo Thomas, Z. Z. Hill, Lou Rawls, Bobby Hebb, Willie Mitchell, Don Bryant, The Ovations, The Bar-Kays, Percy Sledge, Garnet Mimms, and Sam & Dave.
A jaw-dropping goldmine of R&B and soul -- 26 episodes worth.





For 26 Episodes in 1966, WFAA Played Host to the Funkiest, Most Soulful TV Show in America -- 2012 article on the series from a Dallas newspaper






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The Jimi Hendrix Experience at the Singer Bowl (Flushing Meadow Park, Queens NY, August 23, 1968)



Perhaps the most ineptly shot concert footage of all time -- though to be fair, occasionally the sound and picture are in sync.

Audio only of the same show, in better quality













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The Blasters on Soundstage, with guest stars Carl Perkins and Willie Dixon (PBS-TV Chicago, February 24, 1982)



The cowpunk pioneers at the height of their powers.

We got the Louisiana boogie and the delta blues
We got country, swing and rockabilly, too
We got jazz, country-western and Chicago blues
It's the greatest music that you ever knew
It's American music, it's American music, it's American music
It's the greatest sound right from the U.S.A.




Set list:

Crazy Baby
This Is It
Border Radio
I’m Shakin'
Tag Along
Stop the Clock
Go, Go, Go
Blue Suede Shoes (with Carl Perkins)
Honey Don’t (with Carl Perkins)
Rock-a-Billy Fever (with Carl Perkins)
American Music
Hollywood Bed
Built for Comfort (with Willie Dixon)
I’m Ready (with Willie Dixon)
Marie, Marie
So Long Baby Goodbye
Boppin’ the Blues (with Carl Perkins)








Dave Alvin with Willie Dixon







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James Brown and the Famous Flames at The Olympia Theater (Paris, November 25, 1967)



Set list:

01_Instrumental_solos by Pee Wee Ellis -_Waymond Reed
02_Instrumental_Intro
03_I Wanna be Around
04_That’s Life
05_Kansas City
06_Instrumental_Intro by Danny Ray
07_Out of Sight
08_Try Me
09_Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag
10_Prisoner of Love
11_Instrumental (My Girl)
12_Cold Sweat
13_May Be the Last Time
14_I Feel Good/Please, Please, Please
15_Cold Sweat (reprise)









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The Byrds live at The Piper Club (Rome Italy, May 2, 1968)



A rare live recording from Gram Parsons' brief tenure with The Byrds. Bluegrass vet Doug Dillard provides banjo throughout.

Banjo – Doug Dillard (guest)
Bass Guitar, Vocals – Chris Hillman
Drums – Kevin Kelley
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Roger McGuinn
Piano, Guitar, Vocals – Gram Parsons

Set list:

1. You Don't Miss Your Water 3:46
2. Hickory Wind 4:28
3. Feel A Whole Lot Better 2:04
4. Chimes Of Freedom 3:06
5. The Christian Life 3:05
6. Turn, Turn, Turn 2:43
7. Medley: My Back Pages/B.J. Blues/Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do 5:42
8. Mr. Spaceman 2:09












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Gene Clark at the Ritz Club (New York, 1984)



Compared to Gene Clark, cult figure Gram Parsons is a household name. Despite being a founding member of The Byrds, Clark (1945-1991) could never make a commercial breakthrough after leaving the band. His classic 1968 album with Doug Dillard, The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark, was a pioneering effort in the genre of country-rock.

This no frills video offers a rare opportunity to see Clark in concert.

To hear more from Gere Clark go HERE and scroll down to the third reply












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