Thursday, April 24, 2008

The Story of Life...The End

Thanks to anyone and everyone who ever recieved enjoyment from AstroNation.

Jimi Hendrix, September of 1970:

The story of jesus
So easy to explain
After they crucified him,
A woman, she claimed his name
The story of jesus
The whole Bible knows
Went all across the desert
And in the middle, he found a rose

There should be no questions
There should be no lies
He was married ever happily after
All the tears we cry
No use in arguing
All the use to the man that moans
When each man falls in battle
His soul it has to roam
Angles of heaven
Flying saucers to some,
Made easter sunday
The name of the rising sun

The story is written
By so many people who dared,
To lay down the truth
To so very many who cared
To carry the cross
Of jesus and beyond
We will guide the light
This time with a woman in our arms
We as men
Cant explain the reason why
The womans always mentioned
At the moment that we die
All we know
Is God is by our side,
And he says the word
So easy yet so hard

I wish not to be alone,
So I must respect my other heart
Oh, the story
Of jesus is the story
Of you and me
No use in feeling lonely,
I am searching to be free

The story
Of life is quicker
Than the wink of an eye
The story of love
Is hello and goodbye
Until we meet again

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Stevie Ray Vaughn 4.29.1990 Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA



AS POSTED ON DIME HERE

Stevie Ray Vaughan
April 29, 1990
Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans, LA


tracks:

In the Open (with Jimmy Lee Vaughan)

Collins Shuffle

The Things That I Used To Do

Look At Little Sister

Love Struck Baby

Tightrope

Wall of Denial

Mary Had A Little Lamb

Superstition

Cold Shot

Couldn't Stand The Weather

If The House is Rockin'

Crossfire

Voodoo Chile





Source:

Soundboard > DAT > DAT Clone(s) > CD-R > flac (w/TLH) [8]

MD5 & ffp created with Trader's Little Helper



Notes:

This is a GREAT sounding (A+) recording of SRV & DT at the Jazz Fest. in New Orleans. I'm not sure if this is still rare, but at the time I got my CD, it was fairly uncirculated. My copy came from my friend CM who had a relative that ran the mixing board from which this tape came. Some of the ID markers ma not be perfect, but feel free to retrack it if you wish. All credits for the availability of this one go to CM. I just transferred my copy to share with you good people out there.



DO NOT SELL THIS RECORDING!!!

DO NOT ENCODE TO LOSSY FORMATS (except for personal use)!!

ABSOLUTELY SHARE THIS AT ANY OPPORTUNITY



...and if someone feels the urge to make some artwork, follow that urge (& send it to me)...



ENJOY!!

COUSINit (cousinit@mindless.com)

April 2008





Soft Machine 1972-04-24 Piper Club Rome, Italy



AS POSTED ON DIME HERE

Here is a very nice audience recording of the Soft Machine in1972 that I have not seen here before. When I received this in a trade some years ago it was one continuous track that I have now split into 8 files. I hope I got the transitions right.

Soft Machine
Piper Club, Rome, Italy
24 April 1972

unknown audience recording

trade CDR > EAC > WAV > Cool Edit Pro (tracking) > FLAC frontend > FLAC > you

1 Plain Tiffs > All White (7:08)
2 Slightly All The Time (11:46)
3 Drop (5:05)
4 MC (4:39)
5 Out-Bloody-Rageous (14:17)
6 As If (9:18)
7 LBO (8:23)
8 Pigling Bland (4:35)

total time: 65:11

Mike Ratledge - organ, electric piano
Hugh Hopper - bass
Elton Dean - alto sax, saxello, electric piano
John Marshall - drums

Uploaded to Dime by propylaen April 2008.

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Monday, April 21, 2008

Jimi Hendrix - Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock 1969-08-10



AS POSTED ON CROSS TOWN TORRENTS HERE

Jimi Hendrix
Tinker Street Cinema, Woodstock, USA 1969-08-10 AUD

Jimi jammed with Jerry Velez, Juma Sultan, unknown local musicians

Lineage: 1st gen (?) > ATM 156 > flac

As requested, here is the most complete tape from the Tinker Street jam. I took this from ATM 156 („Kick out the jams").
I have to say that I enjoyed lsitening to the jams again...yes, the group plays pretty rough, but Jimi is in good spirits! Some nice guitar work, I also love the little octaver solo towards the end of The Dance. If the band just had been a little tighter :-)))


Tracks:

01. The Dance
02. Sundance
03. JL 13 (Earth Blues)
04. Star Spangled Banner


Brought to you by olvator 4/2008

The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour/Yellow Submarine Studio Outtakes 1967/1968



AS POSTED ON THE TRADERS DEN HERE

THE BEATLES :: MAGICAL MYSTERY DEMOS :: Magical Mystery Tour/Yellow Submarine Studio Outtakes 1967/1968

Publisher: Parlophone (Fake)
Reference: B45678967
Date: 1998
Made In: GB
Quality: Very Good/Excellent
Total duration: 63:59

Lineage: Original Silver --> wav (EAC) --> flac (level 5)
Complete Artwork: Included

NOTE: This marks a new secure rip and replaces the previous seed of this silver with EAC log in torrent.

01. All Together On The Wireless Machine (Paul on the BBC 25.11.67)
02. Magical Mystery Tour (film version)
03. The Fool On The Hill (take 1 - demo version)
04. Magical Mellotron Music (incidental music)
05. Aerial Tour Instrumental (alternate version of "FLYING")
06. Where's The Bus (dialogue)
07. I Am The Walrus (take 7 - instrumental - a breakdown)
08. I Am The Walrus (take 9 - instrumental)
09. I Am The Walrus (final 'basic' version without overdubs)
10. Jessie's Dream (incidental music)
11. Blue Jay Way (rough mix)
12. They're Having A Lovely Time (dialogue)
13. Your Mother Should Know (take 1)
14. Hello Goodbye (take 1 - instrumental)
15. All You Need Is Love (original mono-mix with longer fade-out)
16. It's All Too Much (film version)
17. New Blue Meanies (dialogue)
18. All Together Now (mono-mix)
19. Hey Bulldog (mono-mix)
20. Across The Universe (alternative mix)
21. It's All Too Much (unedited long version)
22. Think For Yourself (studio talk 1965, part of which was used in the "YELLOW SUBMARINE" film)

Sunday, April 20, 2008

The Mars Volta 2008/01/23 Ann Arbor, MI @ Michigan Theater



AS POSTED ON DIME HERE

The Mars Volta
01/23/2008
Ann Arbor, MI
@ Michigan Theater

Source: Sp-cmc-2(AT831)>Sp-spsb-1(@95 Hz)>Edirol R-09>Cd Wave
Location: Balcony Center Row C
Taper: (Siberiankiss19@aol.com)

Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Roulette Dares
03. Viscera Eyes
04. Wax Simulacra
05. Goliath
06. conjugal Burns
07. Tetragrammaton
Disc 2
01. Agadez
02. Cygnus...Vismund Cygnus
03. Metatron
04. Drunkship
05. Ilyena
06. Day of the Baphomets


Amazing show! My first time recording with the edirol and thought I had the hold button on, but no, I somehow shut the recorder off at the end of Goliath and I didn't notice until the end of the jam on Conjugal Burns. Enter Galen. He also taped the show (DPA-4061>MPS6030>Sony PCM-m1 (Oade Mod. II) and so kindly gave me a chunk of his recording to make a patch from. Without him this complete recording would not have happened. Level adjustments being made at the beginning of Roulette. There are a few mic pops throughout. Great performance! From Cedric running to the soundboard, acting like the mic stand was a movie camera in Conjugal, giving the guy in the audience the mic in Cygnus, dumping his tea out and putting the mic in the empty mug and shaking during tetragrammaton, all the stage banter, and finally the tripping kid that walked across the front of the stage, it was an incredible night. This recording goes out to those of us who have had Columbus cancelled on us TWICE now. It's unfortunate, but let's hope they reschedule and bring something special with them! I've put a lot of work into this recording and there was just a flood of shows back in January when this took place so I figured I'd hold onto it for a while and put it online during a volta draught, but after this weekend I think everyone in this area that may have been in attendence deserves a little bonus! Hope it was worth the wait! Enjoy! NEVER FOR SALE!

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