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Roxy Music on Musicladen (German TV, 1973)

Mini-concert from an early lineup of one of the greatest bands of the '70s -- so early that Brian Eno is still around.

Setlist:

"Virginia Plain"
“Do the Strand”
“Editions of You”
“In Every Dream Home A Heartache”
“Re-Make/Re-Model”

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R.E.M. at the Raleigh Underground (Raleigh, N.C., October 10th 1982)

This was filmed less than two months after Chronic Town was released on I.R.S. It is the earliest known professionally shot footage of an R.E.M. show.

Setlist:

1. Wolves, Lower 0:52
2. Laughing 5:41
3. 1,000,000 9:46
(NOTE: Mitch Easter, who produced Chronic Town as well as Murmur and Reckoning (with Don Dixon), joins the band on guitar)
4. Moral Kiosk 13:07
5. Catapult 16:25
6. West of the Fields 20:14
7. Radio Free Europe 23:15
8. Ages of You 27:59
(NOTE: Originally intended for Chronic Town, replaced by "Wolves, Lower" at the request of Miles Copeland, later turned up on Dead Letter Office)
9. We Walk 31:45
10. Carnival of Sorts (Box Cars) 35:38
(NOTE: Peter Holsapple appears to join the band on guitar for this song)
11. Skank (Jam) 40:25

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Wilco at Austin City Limits (Oct 12, 2013)

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Setlist:

00:14 - Misunderstood
06:05 - Give Back The Key To My Heart (Doug Sahm cover)
10:19 - Forget The Flowers
13:10 - California Stars
18:00 - I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
23:55 - Art Of Almost
31:10 - Hummingbird
34:39 - Dawned On Me
38:48 - Via Chicago
44:07 - Impossible Germany
52:40 - Heavy Metal Drummer
55:45 - I'm The Man Who Loves You
59:28 - A Shot In The Arm

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The Faces at The Marquee Club (London, December 7 1970)

Ronnie Lane
Ian Mclagen
Kenney Jones
Ron Wood
Rod Stewart

Setlist:

Devotion
You're My Girl
Flying
Too Much Woman
Maybe I'm Amazed
Gasoline Alley
Around The Plynth

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Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band at the Capitol Theatre, Passaic New Jersey (December 31, 1977)

Bruce and the boys drop in unannounced after a Southside Johnny show to play a set on New Year's Eve. Boss haters especially should check it out, if only for the bar band energy.

0:00:00 - Little Latin Lupe Lu
0:03:13 - You Can't Sit Down
0:09:18 - Backstreets
0:20:36 - Born To Run
0:25:22 - Quarter To Three

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Frank Sinatra at the Seattle Civic Auditorium (June 9, 1957)

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Setlist:

1. Introduction / You Make Me Feel So Young
2. It Happened in Monterey
3. At Long Last Love
4. I Get a Kick Out of You
5. Just One of Those Things
6. A Foggy Day
7. The Lady Is a Tramp
8. They Can't Take That Away From Me
9. I Won't Dance
10. Sinatra Dialogue
11. When Your Lover Has Gone
12. Violets For Your Furs
13. My Funny Valentine
14. Glad to Be Unhappy
15. One For My Baby
16. The Tender Trap
17. Hey Jealous Lover
18. I've Got You Under My Skin


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The Beatles on Swedish TV (1963)

Many Beatlemaniacs consider this the Fabs' best early TV appearance.

Setlist:

1. "She Loves You"
2. "Twist and Shout"
3. "I Saw Her Standing There"
4. "Long Tall Sally"

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The London Rock and Roll Show (1972)

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The London Rock and Roll Show is a 1973 British-produced concert film directed by Peter Clifton chronicling a Rock and Roll Revival concert held at Wembley Stadium in London, England in August 1972.

From the late 1960s to the early 1970s, many rock and roll performers from the 1950s experienced major career revivals due to a temporary upswing of interest in their form of music. The Revival was marked by a series of major concerts in the United States, and also spread to Europe where events such as the Wembley concert attracted thousands of fans who came out to see the performers behind the music.
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The main concert segment begins with Bo Diddley and continues with a string of other major performers including Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, and Bill Haley and His Comets. The concert ends with an extended performance by Chuck Berry, who at the time was enjoying major chart success in Britain and the US with his "My Ding-a-Ling" (although he does not perform that song in this film). Mick Jagger also appears in several non-musical interludes in which he is interviewed about the performers.
Teddy Boys meet the hippies:

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Lagniappe:

Fats Domino and The Byrds (1971) -- an unexpected and rather curious jam from the cult Washington DC TV show Turn On w/Barry Richards. Fats is backed by the late-period Byrds (featuring the brilliant Clarence White on guitar)

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The late, great Clarence White:

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Van Morrison at Pacific High Studios, Marin CA (September 5, 1971)


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Great quality broadcast of a show from Van's greatest period. He even does a great cover of a song I've never especially liked (Dylan's "Just Like A Woman") as well as reworking the Them classic "Friday's Child". A must for the Van fan, and a decent starting point for newbs.

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Setlist:

Set 1
1. Into the Mystic
2. I've Been Working @5:40
3. Fridays Child @11:42
4. Hound Dog @17:16
5. Ballerina @20:12
6. Tupelo Honey @28:56
7. Wild Night @35:02
8. Just Like a Woman @39:36
9. Moonshine Whiskey @47:13

Set 2
1. Dead or Alive @54:46
2. You're My Woman @59:57
3. These Dreams of You @01:05:45
4. Domino @01:09:04
5. Call Me Up in Dreamland @01:14:55
6. Blue Money @01:18:21
7. Bring It On Home @01:22:16
8. Buona Sera @01:26:32

Bonus Track
9. Calendonia Soul Music @01:29:49


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Badfinger, Vancouver British Columbia (March 8, 1974)

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The star-crossed Badfinger were kings of power pop in the '70s, but would eventually experience a tragic fall of Shakespearean proportions. Here they are before the good times were all gone.

Setlist:
Day After Day - 0:45
Constitution - 4:05
Baby Blue - 8:24
Perfection - 12:31
Blind Owl - 19:37
Timeless - 25:10
No Matter What - 34:55

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Mike Evans (left) and Pete Ham (right), the ill-fated composers of Harry Nilsson' smash hit "Without You", clowning backstage with fans in Vancouver

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Bob Dylan at the Gaslight Café, New York (September 1961 & 15th October 1962)

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As you may know, Bob arrived in New York City in January 1961, playing small clubs like the Cafe Wha or the Gaslight Cafe. These are the tapes of the two known shows Bob did in September 1961 and October 1962. There are the earliest examples of Bob talent as a songwriter and folk singer. Both tapes were recorded by renowned engineer Richard Anderson, also known for his wonderful tapes of the 1966 Live shows in Europe, recently released in a magnificent 36 discs box set.

On the first Gaslight tape, you have a small show (6 songs, mostly traditional) in 1961. You have his first composition, Song To Woody, an homage to the great Woody Guthrie, whom he met in his hospital in New Jersey. Also, if you saw the movie Inside Llewyn Davis (played by Oscar Isaac), the last scene is heavily inspired by the meeting of Bob Dylan and Dave Van Ronk, the mayor of MacDougal Street, a folk purist who unfortunately didn't met the same fame than Bob. He played with Bob a small duet, the song Car, Car by Woody Guthrie.

On the second Gaslight tape, you have one of his best show of all time. A perfect mix of folk tunes and original composition (the first version of A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, Don't Think Twice, It's All Right, and more). This show is a must-have for the fans of Dylan early folk years.
Setlist:

The First Gaslight Tape, September 1961
1. Man On The Street 00:00
2. He Was A Friend Of Mine 02:28
3. Talking Bear Mountain Picnic Massacre Blues 07:07
4. Song To Woody 13:23
5. Pretty Polly (trad.) 16:37
6. Car, Car (Woody Guthrie): Duet with Dave Van Ronk 23:15

The Second Gaslight Tape, 15th October 1962
1. Barbara Allen (trad.) 25:48
2. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall 33:39
3. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 40:22
4. Black Cross (Lord Buckley) 43:33
5. No More Auction Block (trad.) 47:33 - Cut-out for copyright
6. Rocks And Gravel 50:29
7. Moonshiner (trad.) 55:29 - Cut-out for copyright
8. John Brown 59:36
9. Ballad Of Hollis Brown 1:05:32
10. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (Blind Lemon Jefferson) 1:11:15
11. Cocaine (trad. arr. Revd. Gary Davies) 1:14:42
12. Cuckoo Is A Pretty Bird (trad.) 1:17:40
13. Ain't No More Cane (Huddie Leadbelly Leadbetter) 1:20:00
14. Motherless Children (trad.) 1:21:57 - Cut-out for copyright
15. Handsome Molly (trad.) 1:25:09 - Cut-out for copyright
16. Kindhearted Woman Blues (Robert Johnson) 1:27:55
17. West Texas (trad.) 1:30:26


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Sam Cooke at the Copa

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In 1964, when this concert at New York City's legendary Copacabana night club was recorded, Sam Cooke was at the top of his game, having charted numerous times with his unique blend of pop and soul. The success doesn't seem to have gone to his head, though: he sounds relaxed and conversational throughout this intimate performance. Accompanied by a band that includes Bobby Womack on guitar, Cooke brings his R&B tendencies further to the fore than on his immaculately produced studio work. He moves deftly through his own hits, like "You Send Me" and "Twistin' The Night Away," but it's on the folk songs "If I Had A Hammer" and "Blowin' In The Wind" that he really stretches out, proving himself a gifted interpreter unbound by stylistic constrictions. At The Copa is an essential part of the Cooke canon. -- Amazon.com


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The Doors at Danbury High School (Danbury CT, Oct 11 1967)

01. Moonlight Drive
"Horse Latitudes"
02. Money
03. Break On Through
"There You Sit"
04. Backdoor Man
05. People Are Strange
06. The Crystal Ship
07. Celebration Of The Lizard
08. Light My Fire
09. The End
"Names Of The Kingdom"
"Who Scared You"
"Stop The Car, I'm Getting Out!"
"Who Scared You?"
The End

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50 Years Ago, The Doors played in a Connecticut high school gym, second-billed to a beauty pageant, and WE WERE THERE


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I was there. Had a bunch of TV's on a rotating carousel. Great show, way better than I thought it would be


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Various Artists at the Monterrey Pop Festival (1967)

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Includes clips from the film as well as previously unseen outtakes. (Re the poster: note the mention of the Beach Boys, who cancelled at the last moment)

Set list:

Canned Heat - Rollin- and Tumblin- 05:09
Country Joe & the Fish -Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine 07:58
Eric Burdon and the Animals PAINT IT BLACK 13:19
Jefferson Airplane - Today 17:10
Grateful Dead - Viola Lee Blues - 19:30
Janis Joplin - Combination of the Two - 30:08
Jefferson Airplane - High Flying Bird - 36:08
Moby Grape = 40:11 [!!! - I always heard their footage was lost]
Simon And Garfunkel=48:11
Jefferson Airplane -Somebody To Love 44:42
The Blues Project-Flute Thing 48:14
Otis Redding -Try a little tenderness 59:15
Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Driftin- Blues 1:05:04
Quicksilver Messenger Service- Dino s Song 1:09:48
Ravi Shankar = 1:13:07
Scott McKenzie - San Francisco 1:31:58
Country Joe and the Fish -Section 43 1:35:55
Simon & Garfunkel - The Sound Of Silence 1:41:33
Simon & Garfunkel- Homeward Bound 1:44:41
The Association -Along Comes Mary 1:48:48
The Byrds - Chimes Of Freedom - He Was A Friend Of Mine - Hey Joe 1:52:32
The Who- My Generation 2:01:47
The Who Substitute/Summertime Blues 2:04:46



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Arthur Lee & Love - The Forever Changes Concert, Royal Festival Hall, London (January 15, 2003)

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AllMusic Review
by Mark Deming

In late 2001, after spending six years in prison on gun charges that were later overturned, Love founder and frontman Arthur Lee was understandably eager to begin performing again, and with members of the band Baby Lemonade backing him up, Lee booked a European tour for early 2003 in which he was joined by a string and horn ensemble to perform the Love masterpiece, their 1967 album Forever Changes, in its entirety. The tour seemed like the sort of thing most fans would at once cherish and dread -- it's hard to imagine anyone who cared about Love not wanting to see Lee free and performing again, but would he have anything left to say, especially tied to the vehicle of an album that was all of 35 years old? The Forever Changes Concert, recorded during one of the tour's early stops at London's Royal Festival Hall, doesn't hold much in the way of surprises, but anyone who imagined Lee would just go through the motions of Forever Changes' eleven songs will be pleasantly surprised. Lee's voice is harsher than it was in 1967, but he sings these songs with genuine passion and an understanding of their emotional gravity that seems to have grown with the passage of time. The arrangements that Lee and his musicians worked up for this material obviously follow the template of the original recording, but there's a fire in the guitar work and a willingness to bounce patterns off bandmates Mike Randle and Rusty Squeezebox that keeps this material sounding fresh and alive, and the small orchestra that accompanies the group go through their paces with charming skill (and without crowding the band). Lee also sings with commendable emotional depth on the two numbers Bryan MacLean wrote for the original album. Some editions of The Forever Changes Concert also feature a second disc in which the band plays a number of other songs from the Love catalog, and it's fun to hear Lee rock out on "Seven and Seven Is" and "My Little Red Book," but what's more impressive is how focused and committed Lee is on lesser known classics like "Signed D.C." and "Orange Skies"; while the Forever Changes gambit probably brought in plenty of fans, disc two suggests that an evening drawn from Love's broader body of work could have been every bit as satisfying. Still, while this package is for committed Love fans (no one who hasn't heard Forever Changes should start with this), it's not so much an exercise in nostalgia as an evening with a vital artist who could still find new wrinkles in his back catalog.
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Richard Thompson Facebook concert (March 29, 2020)

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The first of Richard Thompson's Facebook Live concerts, recorded at his home in New Jersey during the coronavirus lock down of 2020.

I Misunderstood (1:09)
If I Could Live My Life Again - (6:30)
Now Be Thankful (13:34)
Walking The Long Miles Home (17:58)
As Soon As You Hear The Bell (22:54)
Down Where The Drunkards Roll (31:44)
Keep Your Distance (36:21)
The Rattle Within (40:54)
She Never Could Resist A Winding Road (45:01)
Jet Plane In A Rocking Chair (50:45)
I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight (55:45)


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then go phish

Are we allowed to love both phish and the sex pistols? If so, I'm in that crowd. Just finished dinner and a movie of the mpp show I was at in 2014.

In 1978, I was a just a wee little 4 year old growing up in kenilworth. If only I had been a little older. That would have been a really fun show :(


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