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Johnny is back on tour with PIL i think.





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No link this time, just a poster:



I've read an online rumor that a tape of this 1968 show exists (in atrocious recording quality), but AFAIK it has never turned up.

TD thread on the show from 2009






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Much better than anastasio's bs





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The Rolling Stones on the T.A.M.I. Show (1964)



The T.A.M.I. Show is a 1964 concert film, released by American International Pictures. It includes performances by numerous popular rock and roll and R&B musicians from the United States and England. It is considered one of the seminal events in the pioneering of music films, and more importantly, the later concept of music videos.

The concert was held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on October 28 and 29, 1964.

Rolling Stones set list:

Around and Around
Off the Hook
Time Is on My Side
It's All Over Now
I'm Alright
Let's Get Together
















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Grand Ole Opry November 12, 1949


I'm on this one now.






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The Move



Of the many UK bands who had great success at home but never made an impact in the US, The Move may have been the best. Their sound is similar to The Who during their "I Can See For Miles" period.

Beat Beat Beat (German TV, 1967)

1. "Walk Upon The Water"
2. "I Can Hear The Grass Grow"
3. "Night Of Fear"

Marquee Club, London (Feb 1968)
An EP of all cover versions

1. "So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star" (The Byrds)
2. "Stephanie Knows Who" (Love)
3. "Something Else" (Eddie Cochran)
4. "It'll Be Me" (Jerry Lee Lewis)
5. "Sunshine Help Me" (Spooky Tooth)










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The Blasters at The Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California (August 13, 2003)



Led by brothers Phil (vocals) and Dave (guitar) Alvin, The Blasters were one of the greatest American bands of the 1980s. With their mix of rockabilly, R&B, blues, and honky tonk they were leaders of the decade's Cowpunk movement.

This is a reunion concert from 2003, showing the boys still got it.

1. Show Opening
2. Marie Marie
3. Real Rock Drive
4. Red Rose
5. So Long Baby, Goodbye
6. Trouble Bound
7. Don’t Lie To Me
8. No Other Girl
9. Help You Dream
10. Have Mercy Baby
11. Crazy Baby
12. Border Radio
13. I’m Shakin’
14. Red Headed Woman
15. Sadie’s Back In Town
16. Wandering Eye
17. I Ain’t Got You
18. American Music
19. One Bad







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Ritchie Valens in Concert at Pacoima Jr. High is the third and final of the posthumously released "original" albums by Ritchie Valens. It consists of his only live performance ever recorded.

On December 10, 1958, Valens, having completed a recent tour of Hawaii, gave a performance at his old Pacoima Junior High School. The show was emceed by Gail Smith, a close friend of his who later became president of the Ritchie Valens Memorial Fan Club in Los Angeles. Valens' guitar and vocals were only accompanied by drummer Don Phillips. The concert was taped using a small portable tape recorder.


"Come On, Let's Go"

"Donna"

"Summertime Blues"

"From Beyond"

"La Bamba"


Quite a little historical document. Valens would die less than two months later, at the age of 17.









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I bookmarked the thread. Good stuff.





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Moby Grape live in 1967







find a live Flamin Groovies show.



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The Ramones live at CBGB (June 10, 1977)



Part 1:
1. Blitzkrieg Bop
2. Sheena is a Punk Rocker
3. Beat on the Brat
4. Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue

Part 2:
1. Rockaway Beach
2. Cretin Hop
3. Oh, Oh, I Love Her So
4. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World



BONUS: Ramones live at CBGB (August 16, 1974)






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That's a badass Hendrix poster from the BR show.





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By special request:

The Flamin' Groovies – Live In Barcelona (October 4, 1987)



The Flamin' Groovies were perhaps the original retro band. They started out playing all sorts of styles including blues and rockabilly, but ultimately found their niche recreating the jangly power pop sounds of the mid '60s. Their classic 1976 album Shake Some Action is a masterpiece of the genre and one of the greatest albums of the entire decade.


1. Intro
2. Teenage Head
3. I Can't Hide
4. Million Miles Away, A
5. Shakin
6. Somebody's Fool
7. Can't Stay Away
8. Feel a Whole Lot Better
9. Slow Death
10. In the U.S.A.
11. Slow Down
12. Ju Ju Man
13. Bittersweet
14. Teacher Teacher
15. Almost Grown










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The Sex Pistols, recorded at the Kingfish (present site of Southdowns Gym), Baton Rouge La, on January 9, 1978.


There may be posters on this board whose parents were at that concert.



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The Sex Pistols, recorded at the Kingfish (present site of Southdowns Gym), Baton Rouge La, on January 9, 1978.

There may be posters on this board who's parents were at that concert


Or posters themselves?

It's been discussed on TD before. IIRC at least one guy said he knew somebody who was there.

I'm just old enough to remember seeing it on the WAFB news, but was too young to attend. :o)

Always hoping to hear from people who were there for the Pistols or Hendrix.

ETA: I believe some TD posters attended this:



Prairieville, Aug 29 - Sept 1, 1969




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The Beach Boys - March 14, 1964

I'm on this one now.

Cool stuff.






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Ry Cooder at the Catalyst -- Santa Cruz, CA (March 1987)



The celebrated slide guitar virtuoso and roots music revivalist-preservationist. Note the presence of Tejano accordionist Flaco Jimenez (see The Texas Tornados earlier in this thread) and keyboardist Van Dyke Parks (Brian Wilson's collaborator on the legendary Smile)

Ry Cooder - guitar, vocals; Jim Keltner - drums; Van Dyke Parks - keyboards; Jorge Calderon - bass; Flaco Jimenez - accordion; Miguel Cruiz - percussion; Steve Douglas - sax; George Bohannon - trombone; Singers: Bobby King, tenor; Terry Evans, baritone; Arnold McCuller, tenor; Willie Green Jr, bass

01 Let's Have A Ball
02 Jesus On The Mainline
03 How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live?
04 Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb
05 Down In Mississippi
06 Maria Elena
07 Just A Little Bit
08 The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (Makes Me Poor)
09 Crazy About An Automobile
10 Chain Gang
11 Down In Hollywood
12 Good Night Irene










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The Monkees On Tour (1967)



The last episode of the first season of The Monkees TV show. A mini-documentary chronicling a Monkees concert gig in Phoenix, Arizona during their first public appearance tour.

Monkees producer-director Bob Rafelson (Five Easy Pieces) shot the episode on his own time, as he was refused assistance by the studio.

Songs:
The Girl I Knew Somewhere
Last Train to Clarksville
I'm a Believer
Cripple Creek
You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover
Sweet Young Thing
I Wanna Be Free
I Got a Woman

And yes, The Monkees play their own instruments.




No, he wasn't there.




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