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Golden Smog at the 400 Bar, Minneapolis Minnesota (October 17, 1994)

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Golden Smog is a loosely connected group of musicians comprising, at various times, members of Soul Asylum, The Replacements, Wilco, The Jayhawks, Run Westy Run, The Honeydogs and Big Star. Golden Smog's lineup has often changed, but relative constants who appear on all the recordings are guitarists Kraig Johnson (Run Westy Run), Dan Murphy (Soul Asylum) and Gary Louris (The Jayhawks), along with bassist Marc Perlman (The Jayhawks).

The group took their name from a nickname given to Fred Flintstone in The Flintstones episode "Hot Lips Hannigan", which, in turn, was a parody of singer Mel Tormé's nickname (The Velvet Fog).
Setlist:

Won't Be Coming Home
Friend
Ill Fated
Who Were You Thinkin' Of
Lord Help Me
Walk Where He Walked
He's A Dick
Pecan Pie
Everything's Okay
Red Headed Stepchild
Glad & Sorry


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Rhythm & Blues Revue (1955)

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Rhythm and Blues Revue is a plotless variety show, one of several compiled for theatrical exhibition from the made-for-television short films produced by Snader and Studio Telescriptions, with newly filmed host segments by Willie Bryant.
Performers:

Amos Milburn - "Bad, Bad Whiskey"
Bill Bailey (dancing) - "Waiting for the Sunrise"
The Larks - "Waiting for the Sunrise"
Nat King Cole - "Calypso Blues"
Delta Rhythm Boys - "Dry Bones"
Faye Adams - "Every Day"
Martha Davis and her husband - "Goodbye Honey, Goodbye"
Count Basie and his orchestra - "He Plays Bass in the Basie Band"
Ruth Brown - "It's Raining Teardrops from My Eyes"
Lionel Hampton and his band - "Jam Session"
Cab Calloway and his orchestra - "Minnie the Moocher"
Count Basie and his orchestra - "One O'Clock Jump"
Sarah Vaughan - "Perdido"
Big Joe Turner - "Shake, Rattle and Roll"
Herb Jeffries - "In My Heart (There's a Song)"


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Richard & Linda Thompson on Rockpalast, German TV, Hamburg (January 10, 1980)



Setlist:

1-1 For Shame Of Doing Wrong
1-2 Strange Affair
1-3 Hard Luck Stories
1-4 Crying In The Rain (written by Carole King, Howard Greenfield -- Linda erroneously announces it as being by Felice & Boudleaux Bryant)
1-5 You’re Gonna Need Somebody
1-6 Pavanne
1-7 Sunnyvista
1-8 Don’t Let A Thief Steal Into Your Heart
1-9 Lonely Hearts
1-10 Sisters
1-11 Civilisation / Pipeline
1-12 Night Comes In
2-1 I’m A Dreamer
2-2 Borrowed Time
2-3 I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
2-4 No Particular Place To Go?






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Midsummer Rock (Crosley Field, Cincinnati Ohio, June 13, 1970)

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Midsummer Rock is a television program based on the Cincinnati Pop Festival. The 90-minute TV version featured Alice Cooper, Mountain, Grand Funk Railroad, The Stooges, and Traffic.

The festival took place and was filmed on June 13, 1970 at Crosley Field in Cincinnati, Ohio, the home of the Cincinnati Reds baseball team since 1912. The Reds only had a couple more games to play there before moving to Riverfront Stadium downtown that summer. It was broadcast nationally in August of that year, but edited down to 90 minutes including commercials with 5 five acts being The Stooges, Alice Cooper, Traffic, Mountain, and Grand Funk Railroad. It was never rebroadcast. The video features now legendary performances by the Stooges, including stage diving and the peanut butter incident by Iggy, and a psychedelic-era Alice Cooper, where Alice received a cream pie in the face while he was attempting to hypnotize the audience.


The stories behind music’s most iconic photos: No.1

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Iggy Pop is notorious for many reasons but this shot, from Cincinnati in 1970, shows a total showman at work! Whilst the Stooges belted out ‘T.V. Eye’, Iggy headed off into – and onto – the crowd! It is an audacious, fun and incredibly talented piece of theatre and this photograph captures all of it perfectly. Iggy eventually re-appeared from the crowd smearing himself in peanut butter. Rock and roll, eh…?


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The Sex Pistols at The Longhorn Ballroom, Dallas (January 10, 1978)



The day after their show at the Kingfish in BR (present site of Southdowns Gym) The Pistols were deep in the heart of Texas. Here's a video of the entire concert -- all 37 minutes of it.
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Prior to the concert, Sid Vicious confessed his fears to a reporter about playing in Dallas. “They killed Kennedy here and everybody has warned us that the people are crazy. I think there’s a real danger that this is the town where I am going to be blown away.” (Weird historical side note: The Longhorn Ballroom was owned for a spell by Jack Ruby, the guy who shot Lee Harvey Oswald.)
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The police were also reportedly worried. The Dallas police department had a SWAT team ready just in case the show turned into a riot. It didn’t, but just barely. The audience was equally split between hardcore fans – for example, Lamar St. John, the woman who decked Sid Vicious in the nose, drove from Los Angeles to see the show – and skeptical locals who wanted to see what the fuss was all about. As one Dallas paper wrote, “most of the people last night came to see the people who came to see the Sex Pistols.”
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the audience hurled beer cans, tomatoes, garbage and the occasional punch at the stage. It’s not clear if the people who were doing the throwing were fans or irate cowboys. Such is the world of punk. Sid Vicious, the band’s outrageous if utterly untalented bassist, jumped around on stage and occasionally contributed some atonal backing vocals. After the punch, he let his nose bleed and soon he was covered in blood. “The bass player rubbed blood over his face and chest,” wrote the Evening News, “so that he looked like a demented cannibal.”
The Sex Pistols Do Dallas: A Strange Concert from the Strangest Tour in History









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Social Distortion - Live at CBGB's in 1992

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0:00:53 01. Bye Bye Baby
0:04:00 02. Hour Of Darkness
0:07:00 03. Let It Be Me
0:11:55 04. Prison Bound
0:18:20 05. So Far Away
0:22:11 06. Ring Of Fire
0:26:55 07. 99 To Life
0:32:18 08. Cold Feelings
0:37:00 09. 1945
0:40:40 10. Bad Luck
0:46:14 11. Making Believe
0:51:17 12. Ball & Chain
0:58:35 13. Sick Girl
1:03:07 14. Born To Lose
1:08:10 15. Shame On Me
1:11:05 16. When She Begins


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The Last Waltz as you've never seen it:

The Band and Friends, Full Concert, Winterland San Francisco (November 25, 1976)



For the upcoming 40th anniversary, here is the complete UNCUT video feed of The Last Waltz concert, all four hours and twenty minutes of it. See Abbeville's Bobby Charles (cut out of the movie) and enjoy staring at the coke booger in Neil Young's nose (rotoscoped out of the film version).

Setlist:

0:00:00 - Introduction / Up on Cripple Creek
0:05:54 - Shape I'm In
0:10:15 - It Makes No Difference
0:18:02 - Life Is A Carnival
0:22:50 - This Wheel's On Fire
0:27:24 - The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show
0:31:18 - Georgia On My Mind
0:35:08 - Ophelia
0:39:20 - King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
0:43:30 - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
0:48:20 - Stage Fright
0:53:24 - Rag Mama Rag
0:57:32 - Introduction / Who Do You Love (with Ronnie Hawkins)
1:02:45 - Such A Night (with Dr. John)
1:08:32 - Down South in New Orleans (with Bobby Charles & Dr. John)
1:13:29 - Mystery Train (with Paul Butterfield)
1:19:35 - Caledonia (with Muddy Waters)
1:26:19 - Mannish Boy (with Muddy Waters)
1:33:55 - All Our Past Times (with Eric Clapton)
1:38:37 - Further On Up The Road (with Eric Clapton)
1:45:27 - Helpless (with Neil Young)
1:51:20 - Four Strong Winds (with Neil Young)
1:56:52 - Coyote (with Joni Mitchell)
2:02:00 - Shadows And Light (with Joni Mitchell)
2:07:36 - Furry Sings The Blues (with Joni Mitchell)
2:13:42 - Dry Your Eyes (with Neil Diamond)
2:17:08 - Tura Lura Lural (with Van Morrison)
2:21:13 - Caravan (with Van Morrison)
2:27:20 - Acadian Driftwood (with Joni Mitchell and Neil Young)
2:34:18 - Poem (Emmett Grogan)
2:36:02 - Poem (Hell's Angel Sweet William)
2:39:12 - JOY! (Lenore Kandel)
2:40:40 - Prologue to The Canterbury Tales (Michael McClure)
2:42:05 - Get Yer Cut Throat Off My Knife / Revolutionary Letter #4 (Diane DiPrima)
2:45:05 - Transgressing The Real (Robert Duncan)
2:46:50 - Poem (Freewheelin' Frank Reynolds)
2:48:17 - The Lord's Prayer (Lawrence Ferlinghetti)
2:49:47 - Genetic Method
2:56:10 - Chest Fever
3:01:56 - The Last Waltz Suite: Evangeline
3:07:34 - The Weight
3:12:52 - Baby Let Me Follow You Down (with Bob Dylan)
3:15:39 - Hazel (with Bob Dylan)
3:19:30 - I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) (with Bob Dylan)
3:24:30 - Forever Young (with Bob Dylan)
3:30:09 - Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Reprise) (with Bob Dylan)
3:33:33 - Everyone Comes Onstage
3:36:33 - I Shall Be Released (with Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr & Ron Wood)
3:41:12 - Instrumental Jam 1 (The Band with friends)
3:52:48 - Instrumental Jam 2 (The Band with friends)
4:12:17 - Don't Do It
4:17:58 - Bill Graham Outro?










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Teen Town - "The Motown Story" (1965)

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A very special episode of this Detroit-based, 60s teen dance show that salutes the Motown Record Corporation through words, music and film! Musical performances by the Marvelettes, the Supremes, the Temptations, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles and Stevie Wonder. Host Robin Seymour interviews Berry Gordy about the history of Motown and shows fabulous film footage of behind the scenes at Hitsville U.S.A. A very historic document of Motown's glory days.




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Noel Coward at Las Vegas (1955)

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During the summer of 1955, Noel Coward, that doyen of English style, made a splash in Las Vegas, that flashiest of resort towns. Coward's one-month engagement at Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn sparked a mass exodus from Hollywood to his standing-room-only performances, by celebrities ranging from Humphrey Bogart to Frank Sinatra. Columbia head Goddard Lieberson soon headed to Nevada as well (with recording equipment in tow), and Coward, while fighting a touch of flu in the 116-degree heat, delivered one of his finest performances in front of the microphones. What amazes about Coward's show is his ability to convey with no detectable effort all of the nimble diction and convivial grace necessary to perform these intricate songs in a live setting -- not a syllable out of place, not a line delivered but with ease and precision. And contrary to assumption, Coward did in fact share much with his audience; he leaves his audience absolutely cackling in glee at the English stuffed shirts who populate his comic pieces "Uncle Harry," "A Bar on the Piccola Marina" (written quite recently), and, of course, his classic "Mad Dogs and Englishmen." A vocal masterpiece, Noel Coward at Las Vegas is without doubt the master's finest appearance on record. -- AllMusic Review by John Bush
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Setlist:

A1 Medley
A1.a I'll See You Again
A1.b Dance Little Lady
A1.c Poor Little Rich Girl
A1.d A Room With A View
A1.e Someday I'll Find You
A1.f I'll Follow My Secret Heart
A1.g If Love Were All
A1.h Play Orchestra
A2 Uncle Harry
A3 Loch Lomond
A4 World Weary
A5 Nina
B1 Mad Dogs And Englishmen
B2 Matelot
B3 Alice Is At It Again
B4 A Room With A View
B5 Let's Do It
B6 The Party's Over Now







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Just found this awesome thread.



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The Mothers Of Invention on Beat Club (Bremen Germany, October 6 1968)



Improvisations
King Kong
The String Quartet
Instrumental
Uncle Meat
Lohengrin
Gas Mask
Let's Make The Water Turn Black
Octandre


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Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck 3-11-1990 Paradise Club SF

Trail Of Seasons [0:22]
Indian Song [4:22] [Buck on slide guitar]
Honeysuckle Blue [8:48]
Chatthoochie Coochie Man [11:03]

set:

MacDougal Blues [15:38]
Chathoochie Coochie Man [20:32]
Last Song Of Maddie Hope [24:00] (sbd src dropout: 25:28 to 25:35)
Catch The Wind [28:46]
Iron Mountain [31:40]
Trail Of Seasons [35:42]
I Live In A Box [40:21]
Gotta Move On - Black Betty [41:06]
Indian Song [45:25]
Scarred But Smarter [48:35]
Liquor, Guns And Ammo [53:17]
The Bagman And The Twangman [58:53]
Crossroads [1:04:54]
Suede Shoe Blues [1:13:15]
The House Above Tina's Grocery - That's All Right - Mystery Train [1:17:33]
With The People - King Of Birds [1:22:01]
Straight To Hell [1:27:19]

encores:

Chico & Maria [1:34:11]
Hey Landlord (Meatloaf And Fishsticks) [1:39:52]

Peacemaker [1:45:16]
Honeysuckle Blue [1:49:53]
I'm Free (Rolling Stones) [1:55:53]

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in support of Macdougal Blues, peter Buck and Kevn toured and even made a stop at Murphy's. One of teh few times I could stand Murphy's.
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The Ramones - Arturo Vega's loft, NYC (February 3rd, 1975)



A year before their record contract, videotaped in the apartment of their logo designer







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Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck 3-11-1990 Paradise Club SF


I saw that tour at Murphy's in BR..

edit: fricking hell, I didn't get the Nikki Sudden version!!
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Alice Cooper at the Sunshine Inn (Asbury Park NJ, July 4th 1971)

Setlist:

01 Sun Arise
02 Caught In A Dream
03 I'm Eighteen
04 Is It My Body?
05 Second Coming
06 Ballad Of Dwight Fry
07 Black Juju (cut)







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Surprise-Partie (ORTF Studios Paris, December 31st 1968)

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New Years Eve, Paris, 1968. Amidst a volatile political climate of civil unrest that nearly brought the entire country to a virtual halt, rock ‘n’ roll music was still prevailed as “teenage entertainment” before being overthrown by the hippie culture of Woodstock the following year. The 3 1/2 hour New Years Eve Surprise Partie broadcast from the ORTF Studios (the only French TV channel at the time) is a beautiful, ultra-mod, time capsule that features rare performances by Jacques Dutronc, The Troggs, Françoise Hardy, Aphrodite’s Child, Johnny Hallyday, Fleetwood Mac, The Who, The Small Faces, P.P. Arnold, Booker T & The MGs, The Pink Floyd, Marie Laforet, The Equals, and many others. The invitation-only guest list included hundreds of fashionably dressed Parisian partygoers wearing the latest styles, and casually lounging about every inch of a cool, modern, space-age set.

Many of the artists here are documented during a very specific transition period in their careers. The Who lip-sync to “I Can See for Miles,” “Magic Bus,” and the rare Jigsaw Puzzle version of “I’m a Boy” with high energy despite the fact they had just suffered a year long dry spell devoid of commercial hits. Just a few months later they would switch gears with the musical Tommy and go on to become one of greatest stadium rock bands of the ‘70s. Later, during the Small Faces performance Keith Moon and Pete Townshend can be seen sitting behind Kenney Jones’ drum riser grooving to the music and having a good time without drawing attention to themselves. The Small Faces didn’t even bother to plug their gear in—they were only weeks away from breaking up—and performed tracks from their final album Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake.

The Pink Floyd can be seen still finding their way after the loss of vocalist and songwriter Syd Barrett just one year prior. In 1969 they would get back on track becoming the premiere live space rock band, incorporating their success into their fourth album Ummagumma, recorded five months later. The Equals (notable for being one of England’s first racially integrated bands) perform their million-selling chart-topper, “Baby, Come Back,” with guitarist Eddy Grant looking as if he had just time traveled from the 1981 punk scene, sporting bleached blonde hair and an orange vinyl suit. Eddy Grant‘s futuristic vision would serve him years later with a very successful solo career that included the platinum single “Electric Avenue.” Fleetwood Mac is also in wonderful form here with Jeremy Spencer taking the lead on two of the three songs, he would abruptly leave the band just two years later to join a religious group called the Children of God.

In an impressive television debut, English singing, French-based rock band Les Variations belt out some classic ‘60s garage tunes in front of a wildly enthusiastic home crowd. In his memoirs, guitarist Marc Tobaly remembers everyone getting a little bit drunk at the canteen down the street from ORTF Studios, insisting that the viewers at home were indeed watching a “real” party on television.
The WHO
01 - I’m A Boy
02 - I Can See For Miles
03 - Magis Bus
Roger Daltrey : vocals
Peter Townshend : guitar, vocals
John Entwistle : bass
Keith Moon : drums

The SMALL FACES
01 - Odgen’s Nut Gone Flake
02 - Song Of A Baker
03 - Rollin’ Over
Steve Marriott : guitar, vocal
Ian McLagan : keyboards
Ronnie Lane : bass
Kenny Jones : drums

BOOKER T & The MGs live at “Bibelot", unknown date”
01 - Green Onions
02 - Hooker Loo
Booker T Jones : organ
Steve Cropper : guitar
Donald “Duck” Dunn : bass
Al Jackson : drums

PINK FLOYD live at “Bilboquet" - Paris, Sept 7, 1968
01 - Let There Be More Light
David Gilmour : guitar, vocals
Richard Wright : keyboards, vocals
Roger Waters : bass, vocals
Nick Mason : drums

The EQUALS
01 - Softly Softly
02 - Equality
03 - Baby Come Back
Derv Gordon - lead vocals
Lincoln Gordon - guitar
Eddy Grant - guitar
Pat Lloyd - bass guitar
John Hall - drums

Les VARIATIONS
01 - Around & Around
02 - Everybody Needs Somebody
To Love
03 - Satisfaction
Joe Lebb : vocals
Marc Tobaly : guitar
Jacques “Petit Pois” Grande : bass
Jacky Bitton : drums

The TROGGS
01 - I Can’t Control Myself
02 - Peggy Sue
03 - Somewhere My Girl Is Waiting
Reg Presley : vocals
Chris Britton : guitar
Pete Staples : bass
Ronnie Bond : drums

JOE COCKER live at "Tour de Nesle" - Paris, unknown date
01 - I Shall Be Released
02 - With A Little Help From My Friends

FLEETWOOD MAC
01 - Homework
02 - My Baby's Sweet
03 - Dust My Broom
Peter Green : guitar, vocals
Jeremy Spencer : slide guitar, piano, vocals
Danny Kirwan : guitar
John McVie : bass
Mick Fleetwood : drums


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