segunda-feira, 9 de dezembro de 2019

Shawn Phillips - Continuance



















Shawn Phillips - Continuance - 2018

from bongoboyrecords
Being primarily influential within the 1960's and 1970's American folk rock musician Shawn Phillips has released his most latest album to date titled "Continuance". The guitarist, vocalist and sitar player, has released what some call daring, socially conscious, and expressive piece of his time. That said, the musician has mixed together hard rock, blues, funk, jazz, classical and new age into such an experience of style is simply enthralling yet unreal even.

Never hearing any of his previous works prior to this album, the album stood out for itself. Capturing that experience of essence that showcased raw but impressive talent for Shawn Phillips. It being his 26th solo effort release in fact. Take for instance such tracks as "Back To The Fusion", "Dancing In Survival", "Mirror Of Light", and "The Force That We Call Life", all captivate this eeriness of tone, that makes the vocalization so moving, the instrumentation just keeps it altogether for the faith of the music.

Like the melodies displayed captures this tone that depicts what was said before, except some how it makes the music just more empowered and gripping. Vocals can be spread far and wide, intertwining within the music of the instruments, that it appears as if at times, the music never wants to end. When it does come to an ending point, you are taken a back to the sounds that were just heard, wanting to hit replay if not eagerly wanting more of his works that is Shawn Phillips.

When it comes down to it, the material at hand, sounds very stable with lots of progression and talent of experience thrown across it. This release showcasing such works, that the material never gets old or faded, it becomes fresher with each hear through. Shawn Phillips being an artistic musician of his lifetime, that will hold up to what he does best, with creating such creative pieces of art, that is made into what many know as music. “Continuance”, is an album for the current timing, that says so much, there is nothing left to be said of it really.

01. Life
02. The Force That We Call Life
03. Tribute to D
04. Man with a Gun
05. Furious Desperation
06. C’Mon Round
07. Song For a Thief
08. Bach to the Fusion
09. In Grace We Intend
10. Dancing in Survival
11. Mirror of Light
12. Some Things Will Never Change

Shawn Philipps - Vocals, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Josh Seguin - Lead Guitar
Anthony Crawford - Bass
Sebastian Persini - Drums
Brockett Parsons - Keyboards
Danny Janklow - Saxophone
Jonathan McCuen - Guitar on C'Mon Round



+@320

sábado, 7 de dezembro de 2019

sexta-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2019

The Who - WHO (Bonus Tracks)



















The Who - WHO  (Bonus Tracks) - 2019

BE FAST!!!

01. All This Music Must Fade
02. Ball and Chain
03. I Don’t Wanna Get Wise
04. Detour
05. Beads On One String
06. Hero Ground Zero
07. Street Song
08. I'll Be Back
09. Break The News
10. Rockin' In Rage
11. She Rocked My Worl

Bonus:
12. This Gun Will Misfire
13. Got Nothing To Prove
14. Danny And My Ponies




+@320

domingo, 1 de dezembro de 2019

The New Lou Reeds ‎- Screwed


















The New Lou Reeds ‎– Screwed - 2003

from spacecityrock.com
There's nothing wrong with ambition. If a man doesn't take himself seriously -- not to say self-seriously -- then who will? It's rare to see a genius who isn't convinced of it himself. If one displays these convictions, however, it behooves one to have the courage of them, as well. Case in point: if your band is named after one of the single most important men in the history of American independent music, and you name one of your songs after someone ("Peter Laughner") who might have been another, then you owe it to yourself to take a chance or two with your music. More if you can.

Stephe DK of the New Lou Reeds doesn't seem interested in taking chances. It's not so much that his music isn't listenable; it's more that his ambition seems to reach no further than namedropping -- the music can be lumped without much difficulty with the latter-day white blues that has become so prevalent in the past three or four years. Trendiness aside (rather a kind move on our part), the reason for this music to exist is flimsy. Well, that's not really fair; music that's simply about life and death and hanging around in bars is something that people need. It helps them make sense of their lives, and I don't want to sound like I'm discounting the value of that kind of thing. But it's the music in general that's really important, rather than any particular artist or even any particular song.

You can't make a name for yourself playing music of no distinction, even if its pedigree is right. And the Reeds' cause is not advanced by songs like "Teenage Metalhead," which idiotically pays tribute to the most pointless, embarrassing and small-minded tendencies of rock-n-roll. I can't say that I hate this record, but perhaps the unkindest cut for Screwed is that the answer to the million-dollar question "does this rock?" is a resounding "sorta.

01. The Gutter
02. Stranded In Ashland
03. Teenage Metalhead
04. Hate Fest
05. The Foreigner
06. Gone Fishin'
07. Brighton Beach
08. Home Town Hero
09. Leave Him For Me
10. (I Felt Like) Woody Allen
11. Interlude
12. Peter Laughner



+@192

domingo, 24 de novembro de 2019

Spencer Davis - Mousetrap







  










Spencer Davis - Mousetrap - 1972

From AMG
A Welsh guitarist, harmonica player, and vocalist, Spencer Davis became one of the elder statesmen of mid-'60s British rock. As part of the Spencer Davis Band, which formed in Birmingham in 1963, Davis scored chart-topping hits on both sides of the Atlantic, including "Keep on Running" and "Somebody Help Me" in the U.K. and a pair of Top Ten singles, "Gimme Good Lovin'" and "I'm a Man," in the United States. The band — which also featured a teenaged Stevie Winwood on vocals, guitar, and organ, Muff Winwood (Stevie's brother) on bass, and Pete York on drums — continued to mix commercial pop tunes and blues-inspired R&B until the Winwoods departed in 1967. Inspired by American blues musicians, including Leadbelly and Muddy Waters, Davis left a career as a college English professor to form the Rhythm & Blues Quartet. After performing a series of gigs at Birmingham nightclub, the Golden Eagle Pub, the group became the club's resident band. Soon after adding regular Tuesday night sessions at the Marquee in London to their schedule, they changed their name to the Spencer Davis Group.

Although he briefly kept the band together following the departure of the Winwood siblings and recorded two minor hits, "Mr. Second Class" and "Time Seller," Davis disbanded the group. After a short stint playing alongside guitarist Alun Davies, he then moved to California in 1970. Remaining active as a musician, he recorded a solo album that quickly went out of print, formed a new blues-pop band called Davis, York, Hardin & Fenwick in 1973, and then launched an acoustic blues band with Richard Landis and Peter Jameson. For much of the remainder of the '70s and early '80s, Davis worked behind the scenes. After serving as a consultant for a California video company, he worked as an independent producer and publicist for Island Records, where he helped to guide the early careers of Robert Palmer and Bob Marley, and served as head of A&R for a small Hollywood-based independent label. In addition to recording an impressive solo album, Crossfire, featuring guest appearances by Dusty Springfield, Flo & Eddie and Booker T. Jones, he produced the Spokane, WA-based group USK and Canada's Downchild Blues Band.

Forming a new version of the Spencer Davis Group in 1984, Davis toured throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. By 1987, the group averaged more than 100 shows a year. Davis appeared as a guest during concerts by the Grateful Dead, Gary U.S. Bonds, Levon Helm, Bruce Springsteen, Peter "Herman" Noone, Downchild, and Alvin Lee.

Joining with ex-Iron Butterfly and Blues Image guitarist/vocalist Mike Pinera, ex-Rare Earth drummer/vocalist Peter Rivera, and ex-Sugarloaf bassist/vocalist Jerry Corbetta, Davis formed the Classic Rock All Stars in 1993. During the two years that he worked with the group, Davis was featured on an album, Double Live and performed in North America and Japan. Davis' original songs were featured in such films as Iron Eagle, Big Chill, Mr. Destiny, Days of Thunder, Mr. Holland's Opus, and Notting Hill. He recorded numerous advertising jingles in the mid-'90s and appeared in a co-starring role on the television comedy Married with Children. The following decade saw him continuining to record new material, and the solo effort So Far was issued in 2008.

02. Listen To The Rhythm
03. What Can I Be
04. Tried
05. Easy Rider
06. Tumble-Down Tenement Row
07. Sunday Walk In The Rain
08. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water
09. Sailor’s Lament
10. Hollywood Joe
11. In The Hills Of Tennessee
12. Ella Speed

Spencer Davis - Vocals, 6 String Guitar, 12 String Guitar, Harmonica, Slide Guitar, Dobro
Jim Keltner - Drums (2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Lee Sklar, Andy Way - Bass
Tret Fure - 12 & 6 String Guitar
Sneaky Pete Kleinow - Steel Guitar, Dobro
Larry Knechtel - Electric Piano, Piano
Gib Guilbeau - Fiddle
George Bohanon - Trombone
Ernie Watts - Sax, Flute
Harry Edison - Trumpet, Fluegel Horn
Chuck Findley - Fluegel Horn, Trumpet

+@192 Vinyl Rip

quinta-feira, 21 de novembro de 2019

Des Horsfall's Kuschty Rye - The Bastard's Tin


















Des Horsfall's Kuschty Rye - The Bastard's Tin - 2019

When the late Ronnie Lane left The Faces in 1973 he surprised everyone with his next move. Forming a band, Slim Chance he took to the road in a caravan and set up shows in a tent. A world away from the rock’n’roll route his former band mates Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood pursued, Lane’s vision of a bucolic English entertainment briefly captured the limelight before he tragically succumbed to MS.

Enter Des Horsfall. Thirty years on he’s trying to capture the spirit of Lane’s endeavour on a trilogy of albums that he hopes will reflect the original Slim Chance releases. Naming his band after a Lane song, Kuschty Rye, which befitting Lane’s attempt to emulate a gypsy lifestyle was a Romany term that loosely translated means a “good gentleman, someone in touch with the Romany ways, Horsfall gives us an album of jaunty acoustic singalongs which do have a louche swagger about them. Rather than offer a straightforward album of cover versions the Lane connection consists of covers of Careless Love and The Poacher with eight self penned songs that share the loose, slung together attitude of Slim Chance. With assistance from members of Slim Chance including Benny Gallagher, Charlie Hart and Steve Simpson Kuschty Rye deliver a rootsy, acoustic based run through of blues, folk and Cajun influenced songs that approach the likes of Ron Kavana.

01. Chameleon (With Pete Townshend)
02. I Know a Little Bit (About a Lot of Things)
03. Richmond Green
04. Stone
05. Anyway
06. That's Not On
07. Tin & Tambourine
08. Going Mobile
09. Debris
10. Whisky on Your Breath
11. Whistle to Blow
12. Further Down the Line
13. Ooh La La

Des Horsfall - Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Resonator Guitar, Harmonica, Percussion
Pete Townshend - Guitar, Lead Vocals
Neil Howarth, Steve Simpson - Guitar
Simon Othen - Guitar, Mandolin
Chris Turner - Bass Guitar, Harmony Vocals
Pete Mayhew - Acoustic Guitar (8)
Andy McKerlie - Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Andy Wells - Organ
Charlie Hart, Steve Simpson - Fiddle (2)
Katriona Gilmore - Fiddle, Mandolin, Harmony Vocals
Luke Würmli - Harmonica
Charlie Hart, Eamonn Dinan - Accordion
Chris O'Malley - Piano Accordion
Conor Jim Lawrence - Drums
Jochen Sorg Sig Mayhew, Udo Seidel - Backing Vocals (5)
Pete Mayhew - Backing Vocals
Philipp Renz Shaker, Tambourine – (5)
PJ Wright - Slide Guitar – (6)
Mathias Svensson - Violin
Luke Würmli - Harmonica





+@192

sexta-feira, 15 de novembro de 2019

Corky Laing - Toledo Sessions - 2019


















Corky Laing - Toledo Sessions - 2019

Half a century after his first Mountain rehearsals, Corky Laing, the legendary drummer and songwriter, shows no signs of slowing down. On September 27, 2019, Corky released his first studio album in decades, Toledo Sessions, via Prudential Records. The excitement brought on by the new repertoire is reminiscent of the classic Mountain albums, Climbing! and Nantucket Sleighride. Toledo Sessions was written and recorded in Toledo, Ohio, with Mark Mikel and Chris Shutters. Chris is an award winning blues guitarist and singer while Mark is a studio wizard and multi-instrumentalist who recently contributed to the newest Alan Parsons album

01. Beautiful Flies
02. The Road Goes On
03. Something’s Gotta Give
04. Knock Me Over
05. Break in Time
06. How’s the Weather
07. Earthquake
08. Information Overload
09. Hell Yeah


+@320

domingo, 10 de novembro de 2019

Dave Lewis - From Time To Time


















Dave Lewis - From Time To Time - 1976

David Lewis began playing guitar and piano and writing songs at a very young age, appearing in talent contests and on local TV in Northern Ireland.

In 1967 he joined psychedelic band The Method who became Andwellas Dream in 1968. In 1969 while still a member of Andwellas Dream, he recorded some of his songs for a publisher's demo album "The Songs Of David Lewis". Intended as a calling card for his song-writing skills, this was a very limited private pressing, probably only a few hundred copies made, and is now a major rarity.

Andwellas Dream released three albums between 1969-1971, the last two under the name Andwella. The band also worked on David Baxter's solo LP during this period. When Andwella split, David pursued a solo career.

Two solo albums emerged on Polydor Records, "From Time to Time" in 1976 and "A Collection of Short Dreams" in 1978. The former is soft melodic AOR, the latter more uptempo soul. Both are difficult to locate but are bound to be somewhat of a disappointment to those expecting something in the vein of Andwellas "Love and Poetry" album. However the songs are well written and the playing excellent through. Not a million miles away from Boz Scaggs mid-70s records.

Dave has also written many songs for other artists including "Happy To Be On An Island In The Sun", which was a worldwide hit for legend in his own lunchtime Demis Roussos.

01. Yesterday's Gone
02. Papa Boy
03. Good Morning
04. We're Gonna Make It
05. Our Time Has Come
06. Ready To Rock'N'Roll
07. There's A Party Going On
08. Follow Your Dreams
09. Dedicated To You
10. Going To The Better Side Of Time






+@192 Vinyl Rip
or BUY HERE

sexta-feira, 8 de novembro de 2019

APENAS PARA BOZÓMIONS II


SIMPLESMENTE, CURTAM UM BOM SOM. SEXTOU. PRECISEI COMPRAR UM PASSAGEM COM URGÊNCIA PARA SÃO PAULO!













VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 38/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 38/38 - Day 3 - Disc 38 - A Farewell and Four Appendices

01. Chip Monck - "Good wishes, good day, and a good life"
02. "This is Groesbeek"
03. "Hungry wet hordes”
04. "Sun dance"
05. "Cancel out whatever I said about the morning"
06. "Lotsa kooks around here"
07. "National Outdoor Leadership types"
08. "Why aren’t you dishonest like everybody else?”
09. “I just saw the titles on this thing"
10. "We’ve had hassles”
11. "This is up at the hospital tent”
12. "It’s Monday afternoon”
13. "It’s my Geiger counter”
14. "Uh… boys by the American flag”
15. "Magic Terry knows what he’s talking about”
16. “150 logs”
17. "There’s a little tin box full of hash around somewhere”
18. "Here’s a guy slightly freaked out”
19. "Walking up the hill”
20. Appendix 2: The Rain Chant [original field recording]
21. "Please go to the information booth, man”
22. "Around that crane in a three foot radius”
23. "On Sunday, man, the Times gave a very favorable editorial”
24. "It’s gonna take me a few weeks to fully comprehend it”
25. "We are making announcements”
26. "Other people’s pills”
27. Chip Monck -"Please bear with us”
28. "If anybody can understand what I’m saying, stand up and move”
29. "A matter of life and death—dig it!”
30. "Up against the wall, boys”
31. "Rap Central, near the first aid trailer”
32. "For those of you who haven’t heard of the Bindi Bazaar”
33. "Three; Richie’s voice”
34. "Hello!”

+@320

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 37/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 37/38 - Day 3 - Jimi Hendrix (continued)

as GYPSY SUN AND RAINBOWS:
Jimi Hendrix - Guitar, Vocals
Larry Lee - Rhythm Guitar
Billy Cox - Bass, Backing Vocals
Mitch Mitchell - Drums
Juma Sultan - Percussion
Gerardo “JERRY” Velez - Congas

01. IZABELLA
02. FIRE
03. VOODOO CHILD (SLIGHT RETURN)
04. THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER
05. PURPLE HAZE
06. WOODSTOCK IMPROVISATION
07. VILLANOVA JUNCTION
08. HEY JOE


+@320

quinta-feira, 7 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 36/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 36/38 - Day 3 - Disc 36  -  Jimi Hendrix

as GYPSY SUN AND RAINBOWS:
Jimi Hendrix - Guitar, Vocals
Larry Lee - Rhythm Guitar
Billy Cox - Bass, Backing Vocals
Mitch Mitchell - Drums
Juma Sultan - Percussion
Gerardo “JERRY” Velez - Congas

01. Introduction
02. MESSAGE TO LOVE
03. HEAR MY TRAIN A COMIN’
04. SPANISH CASTLE MAGIC
05. RED HOUSE
06. LOVER MAN
07. FOXEY LADY
08. JAM BACK AT THE HOUSE


+@320

quarta-feira, 6 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 35/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 35/38 - Day 3 - Disc 35  -  Sha Na Na

Donald “DONNY” York - Vocals
Rob Leonard - Vocals
Alan Cooper - Vocals
Frederick “DENNIS” Greene - Vocals
Dave Garrett - Vocals
Richard “RICHIE” Joffe - Vocals
Scott Powell - Vocals
Joe Witkin - Keyboards
Henry Gross - Guitar
Elliot Cahn - Rhythm Guitar
Bruce Clarke III - Bass Guitar
John “JOCKO” Marcellino - Drums

01. “Test, Test”
02. GET A JOB
03. COME GO WITH ME
04. SILHOUETTES
05. TEEN ANGEL
06. (MARIE’S THE NAME) HIS LATEST FLAME
07. WIPE OUT
08. BOOK OF LOVE
09. LITTLE DARLIN’ [incomplete]
10. AT THE HOP
11. DUKE OF EARL
12. Get A Job (Reprise)
13. Chip Monck - "Thank you for making all this possible"


+@320

terça-feira, 5 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 34/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 34/38 - Day 3 - Disc 34  -  The Butterfield Blues Band

Paul Butterfield - Vocals, Harmonica
Howard “BUZZY” Feiten - Guitar
Rod Hicks - Bass
David Sanborn - Alto Saxophone
Gene Dinwiddie - Tenor Saxophone, Vocals
Trevor Lawrence - Baritone Saxophone
Keith Johnson - Trumpet
Steve Madaio - Trumpet
Phillip Wilson - Drums

01. Chip Monck – “Doriza of Utica”
02. BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN
03. NO AMOUNT OF LOVING
04. DRIFTIN’ AND DRIFTIN’
05. MORNING SUNRISE
06. ALL IN A DAY
07. LOVE MARCH
08. EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT
09. Chip Monck - “Good morning”

+@320

segunda-feira, 4 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 33/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 33/38 - Day 3 - Disc 33  -  Crosby, Stills & Nash

David Crosby - Guitar, Vocals
Stephen Stills - Guitar, Vocals
Graham Nash - Guitar, Vocals
 
01. “Tell ‘em who we are, man”
02. SUITE: JUDY BLUE EYES
03. BLACKBIRD
04. HELPLESSLY HOPING
05. GUINNEVERE
06. MARRAKESH EXPRESS
07. 4 + 20

Featuring/Same as above, adding NEIL YOUNG: guitar, piano, vocals / GREG REEVES: bass / DALLAS TAYLOR: drums

08. MR. SOUL
09. I’M WONDERIN’
10. YOU DON’T HAVE TO CRY
11. “Is everybody ready?”
12. PRE-ROAD DOWNS
13. LONG TIME GONE
14. BLUEBIRD REVISITED
15. SEA OF MADNESS
16. WOODEN SHIPS
17. FIND THE COST OF FREEDOM
18. “Good luck, fellas”
19. 49 BYE-BYES
20. Chip Monck - “We’ll have to talk about it”

+@320

domingo, 3 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 32/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 32/38 - Day 3 - Disc 32  -  Blood, Sweat & Tears

David Clayton-Thomas - Vocals, Guitar
Steve Katz - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Dick Halligan - Keyboards, Trombone, Flute
Jerry Hyman - Trombone
Fred Lipsius - Alto Sax, Piano
Lew Soloff - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Chuck Winfield - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Jim Fielder - Bass
Bobby Colomby - Drums

01. Chip Monck – “It’s really annoying to have to constantly make this announcement””
02. MORE AND MORE
03. JUST ONE SMILE
04. SOMETHIN’ COMIN’ ON
05. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW
06. SPINNING WHEEL
07. SOMETIMES IN WINTER
08. SMILING PHASES
09. GOD BLESS THE CHILD
10. AND WHEN I DIE
11. YOU’VE MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY
12. Audience - “What about the Moody Blues?”


+@320

sábado, 2 de novembro de 2019

VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - DISC 31/38
















VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 31/38 - Day 3 - Disc 31  -  Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter - Guitar, Vocals
Tommy Shannon - Bass
John Turner - Drums
Edgar Winter - Keyboards, Vocals (tracks 6-8)

01. Chip Monck – “There’s evidently a trickle”
02. MAMA, TALK TO YOUR DAUGHTER
03. LELAND MISSISSIPPI BLUES
04. MEAN TOWN BLUES
05. YOU DONE LOST YOUR GOOD THING NOW
06. I CAN’T STAND IT
07. TOBACCO ROAD
08. TELL THE TRUTH
09. JOHNNY B. GOODE
10. Chip Monck & stage crew – “Amplifier Section, come in please”

+@320

sexta-feira, 1 de novembro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 30/38 - Day 3 - Disc 30  -  The Band

Robbie Robertson - Guitar, Vocals
Richard Manuel - Piano, Organ, Vocals
Garth Hudson - Organ, Piano
Rick Danko - Bass, Vocals
Levon Helm - Drums, Vocals

01. Chip Monck – “B.B. King, Freddie King, Herbie Mann”
02. CHEST FEVER
03. DON’T DO IT
04. TEARS OF RAGE
05. WE CAN TALK
06. LONG BLACK VEIL
07. DON’T YA TELL HENRY
08. AIN’T NO MORE CANE
09. THIS WHEEL’S ON FIRE
10. I SHALL BE RELEASED
11. THE WEIGHT
12. LOVING YOU IS SWEETER THAN EVER
13. audience, Chip Monck, et. al. – “Help, I’m being busted!”


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quinta-feira, 31 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 29/38 - Day 3 - Disc 29  -  Ten Years After

Alvin Lee - Guitar, Vocals
Chick Churchill - Keyboard
Leo Lyons - Bass
Ric Lee - Drums

01. Chip Monck – “Please do come down”
02. SPOONFUL
03. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (1)
04. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (2)
05. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (3)
06. HOBBIT
07. I CAN’T KEEP FROM CRYING SOMETIMES
08. HELP ME
09. I’M GOING HOME
10. Chip Monck – “There's been an awful lot of broken limbs”



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quarta-feira, 30 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 28/38 - Day 3 - Disc 28  -  Country Joe & The Fish

Country Joe McDonald - Vocals, Guitar
Barry Melton - Guitar, Vocals
Mark Kapner - Keyboards
Doug Metzner - Bass
Greg Dewey - Drums

01. Chip Monck – “Leave the fences for last when you take firewood”
02. ROCK & SOUL MUSIC
03. LOVE
04. NOT SO SWEET MARTHA LORRAINE
05. SING SING SING
06. SUMMER DRESSES
07. FRIEND, LOVER, WOMAN, WIFE
08. SILVER AND GOLD
09. MARIA
10. THE LOVE MACHINE
11. EVER SINCE YOU TOLD ME THAT YOU LOVE ME (I'M A NUT)
12. CRYSTAL BLUES
13. ROCK & SOUL MUSIC (Reprise)
14. THE “FISH” CHEER/I-FEEL-LIKE-I’M-FIXIN’-TO-DIE RAG
15. Chip Monck - “We’ll start with minimal lighting”


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terça-feira, 29 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 27/38 - Day 3 - Disc 27  -  Joe Cocker (continued)

Joe Cocker - Vocals
With THE GREASE BAND
Chris Stainton - Keyboards
Henry McCullough - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Alan Spenner - Bass, Backing Vocals
Bruce Rowland - Drums

01. LET’S GO GET STONED
02. I DON’T NEED NO DOCTOR
03. “Just shows you what you can do with a few shillelaghs”
04. I SHALL BE RELEASED
05. HITCHCOCK RAILWAY
06. SOMETHING TO SAY
07. WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS
08. John Morris, Barry Melton, audience & rainstorm - “Maybe we can stop this rain”



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segunda-feira, 28 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 26/38 - Day 3 - Disc 26  -  Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker - Vocals
With THE GREASE BAND
Chris Stainton - Keyboards
Henry McCullough - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Alan Spenner - Bass, Backing Vocals
Bruce Rowland - Drums

01. Max Yasgur – “I think you people have proven something to the world”
02. John Morris and The Grease Band – “Now is the time!”
03. ROCKHOUSE [The Grease Band]
04. WHO KNOWS WHAT TOMORROW MAY BRING [The Grease Band]
05. “That farming guy who came out, he seemed a nice little bloke”
06. DEAR LANDLORD
07. SOMETHING’S COMING ON
08. DO I STILL FIGURE IN YOUR LIFE
09. “An English variation on somebody’s head-bashing tune”
10. FEELIN’ ALRIGHT
11. “A ballad of Grecian quantity”
12. JUST LIKE A WOMAN


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domingo, 27 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies.

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive presents almost all of the music of the Woodstock festival in the order in which it was performed. Not included in the 38-CD box set are two songs from Jimi Hendrix's set, as the Hendrix estate did not authorize their release. These songs, which were sung by guitarist Larry Lee, are "Mastermind" and a medley of "Gypsy Woman"/"Aware of Love". Also missing are one-and-a-half songs from Sha Na Na's set that were not captured on tape – "A Teenager in Love" and the first part of "Little Darlin'".


DISC 25/38 - Day 3 - Disc 25 - Jefferson Airplane (Continued)

Marty Balin - Vocals
Grace Slick - Vocals
Paul Kantner - Guitar, Vocals
Jorma Kaukonen - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Casady - Bass
Spencer Dryden - Drums
Nick Hopkins - Piano

01. UNCLE SAM BLUES
02. VOLUNTEERS
03. Grace Slick – “It’s Pooneil 1”
04. THE BALLAD OF YOU & ME & POONEIL
05. COME BACK BABY
06. WHITE RABBIT
07. THE HOUSE AT POONEIL CORNERS
08. Hugh Romney & John Morris – “There is always a little bit of heaven in a disaster area”
09. John Morris – “The roads are fairly clear now”
10. Muskrat – “We got a Times”
11. Hugh Romney, John Morris, et. al. – “Bugsy to the pink and white tent”



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sábado, 26 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies.

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive presents almost all of the music of the Woodstock festival in the order in which it was performed. Not included in the 38-CD box set are two songs from Jimi Hendrix's set, as the Hendrix estate did not authorize their release. These songs, which were sung by guitarist Larry Lee, are "Mastermind" and a medley of "Gypsy Woman"/"Aware of Love". Also missing are one-and-a-half songs from Sha Na Na's set that were not captured on tape – "A Teenager in Love" and the first part of "Little Darlin'".


DISC 24/38 - Day 3 - Disc 24 - Jefferson Airplane

Marty Balin - Vocals
Grace Slick - Vocals
Paul Kantner - Guitar, Vocals
Jorma Kaukonen - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Casady - Bass
Spencer Dryden - Drums
Nick Hopkins - Piano

01. Chip Monck – “That’s not a piece of rope that you’re hanging on”
02. THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS LIFE
03. Grace Slick – “One of those sloppy things that goes on and cannot be repeated”
04. SOMEBODY TO LOVE
05. 3/5 OF A MILE IN 10 SECONDS
06. WON’T YOU TRY/SATURDAY AFTERNOON
07. ESKIMO BLUE DAY
08. Grace Slick – “We got a whole lot of orange and it was fine”
09. PLASTIC FANTASTIC LOVER
10. WOODEN SHIPS


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sexta-feira, 25 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 23/38 - Day 2 - Disc 23 -  The Who

Roger Daltrey - Vocals
Pete Townshend - Guitar, Vocals
John Entwistle - Bass, Vocals
Keith Moon - Drums

01. Abbie Hoffman – “I think we, like, oughtta do something about John Sinclair”
02. HEAVEN AND HELL
03. I CAN’T EXPLAIN
04. IT’S A BOY
05. 1921
06. AMAZING JOURNEY
07. SPARKS
08. EYESIGHT TO THE BLIND
09. CHRISTMAS
10. ACID QUEEN
11. PINBALL WIZARD
12. Abbie Hoffman & Pete Townshend – “Fuck off my fucking stage!”
13. DO YOU THINK IT’S ALRIGHT
14. FIDDLE ABOUT
15. THERE’S A DOCTOR I’VE FOUND
16. GO TO THE MIRROR BOY
17. SMASH THE MIRROR
18. I’M FREE
19. TOMMY’S HOLIDAY CAMP
20. WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT
21. SUMMERTIME BLUES
22. SHAKIN’ ALL OVER
23. MY GENERATION
24. Chip Monck – “Welcome this new day”


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quinta-feira, 24 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 22/38 - Day 2 - Disc 22  -  Sly & Family Stone

Sly Stone - Keyboards, Vocals
Freddie Stone - Guitar, Vocals
Jerry Martini - Saxophone
Cybthia Robinson - Trumpet
Rose Stone - Keyboards, Vocals
Larry Graham - Bass, Vocals
Gregg Errico - Drums

01. Chip Monck - “A little exercise”
02. M’LADY
03. “We have some equipment that is not working properly”
04. SING A SIMPLE SONG
05. YOU CAN MAKE IT IF YOU TRY
06. Medley:
EVERYDAY PEOPLE / DANCE TO THE MUSIC / MUSIC LOVER / I WANT TO TAKE YOU HIGHER
07. LOVE CITY
08. Chip Monck - “Get it out in all one big burst”
09. STAND!
10. Chip Monck - “A wallet lost”


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quarta-feira, 23 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 21/38 - Day 2 - Disc 21 -  Janis Joplin

Janis Joplin - Vocals
Terry Clements - Tenor Saxophone
Cornelius “SNOOKY” Flowers - Baritone Sax, Vocals
Luis Gasca - Trumpet
John Till - Guitar
Richard Kermode - Keyboards
Brad Campbell - Bass
Maury Baker - Drums

01. audience & Chip Monck - “Douglas!”
02. RAISE YOUR HAND
03. AS GOOD AS YOU’VE BEEN TO THIS WORLD
04. TO LOVE SOMEBODY
05. SUMMERTIME
06. TRY (Just A Little Bit Harder)
07. KOZMIC BLUES
08. “This is Snooky Flowers”
09. I CAN’T TURN YOU LOOSE
10. WORK ME, LORD
11. PIECE OF MY HEART
12. “Music’s not for putting yourself through bad changes”
13. BALL AND CHAIN
14. Chip Monck - “If that’s to your liking”


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terça-feira, 22 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 20/38 - Day 2 - Disc 20 -  Creedence Clearwater Revival

John Fogerty - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano
Tom Fogerty - Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Stu Cook - Bass
Doug "COSMO" Clifford - Drums

01. John Morris & Chip Monck - "You're carrying Janis's wah-wah pedals"
02. BORN ON THE BAYOU
03. GREEN RIVER
04. NINETY-NINE AND A HALF (Won’t Do)
05. BOOTLEG
06. COMMOTION
07. BAD MOON RISING
08. PROUD MARY
09. I PUT A SPELL ON YOU
10. THE NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME
11. KEEP ON CHOOGLIN’
12. SUZIE Q
13. Chip Monck – “It’s going to be a very long evening”


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segunda-feira, 21 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies.

DISC 19/38 - Day  2 - Disc 19 - Grateful Dead (Part 2)

Jerry Garcia - Guitar, Vocals
Bob Weir - Guitar
Ron “PIGPEN” Mckernan - Keyboards, Vocals
Tom Constanten - Keyboards, Vocals
Phil Lesh - Bass
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Mickey Hart - Drums

01. TURN ON YOUR LOVELIGHT
02. Ken Babbs & Chip Monck – “This is Richie and he’s lost his chick”


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domingo, 20 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 18/38 - Day 2 - Disc 18 -  Grateful Dead

Jerry Garcia - Guitar, Vocals
Bob Weir - Guitar
Ron “PIGPEN” Mckernan - Keyboards, Vocals
Tom Constanten - Keyboards, Vocals
Phil Lesh - Bass
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Mickey Hart - Drums

01. Ken Babbs, Chip Monck, et. al. – “It’s the ninth wave”
02. ST. STEPHEN
03. MAMA TRIED
04. Ken Babbs, Country Joe McDonald, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Pigpen, Owsley Stanley, et. al. – “All us people from the Bay Area, we're real LSD freaks!”
05. DARK STAR
06. HIGH TIME


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sábado, 19 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies.

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive presents almost all of the music of the Woodstock festival in the order in which it was performed. Not included in the 38-CD box set are two songs from Jimi Hendrix's set, as the Hendrix estate did not authorize their release. These songs, which were sung by guitarist Larry Lee, are "Mastermind" and a medley of "Gypsy Woman"/"Aware of Love". Also missing are one-and-a-half songs from Sha Na Na's set that were not captured on tape – "A Teenager in Love" and the first part of "Little Darlin'".


DISC 17/38 - Day 2 - Disc 17 - Mountain

Leslie West - Guitar, Vocals
Felix Pappalardi - Bass
Steve Knight - Keyboards
Norman “N.D.” Smart - Drums

01. Chip Monck – “The brown acid that is circulating around us is not specifically too good”
02. BLOOD OF THE SUN
03. STORMY MONDAY
04. THEME FOR AN IMAGINARY WESTERN
05. LONG RED
06. WHO AM I BUT YOU AND THE SUN (FOR YASGUR’S FARM)
07. BESIDE THE SEA
08. WAITING TO TAKE YOU AWAY
09. DREAMS OF MILK AND HONEY
10. SOUTHBOUND TRAIN
11. Chip Monck – “The green acid is really a great deal more serious than we thought”
12. Chip Monck & Joshua White – “Open your eyes wide, ‘cause here it comes”


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sexta-feira, 18 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 16/38 - Day 2 - Disc 16  -  Canned Heat (CONTINUED)

Alan “BLIND OWL” Wilson - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Bob “THE BEAR” Hite - Vocals, Harmonica
Harvey “THE SNAKE” Mandell - Guitar
Larry “THE MOLE” Taylor - Bass
Adolpho “FITO” De La Parra: Drums

01. Bob Hite & Chip Monck – “Sure, man. Go right ahead.”
02. ON THE ROAD AGAIN
03. Chip Monck – “Welcome yourselves to this experiment”

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quinta-feira, 17 de outubro de 2019

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VA - Woodstock - Back To The Garden The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive - 2019

Woodstock – Back to the Garden: The Definitive 50th Anniversary Archive is a live album by various artists, packaged as a box set of 38 CDs. It contains nearly all of the performances from the Woodstock music festival, which took place on August 15–18, 1969, in Bethel, New York. The CDs also include many stage announcements and miscellaneous audio material. The box set also contains bonus material such as a Blu-ray copy of the director's cut of the Woodstock documentary film, a hardcover book written by concert promoter Michael Lang, and a replica of the original concert program. It was released by Rhino Records on August 2, 2019, in a limited edition of 1,969 copies

DISC 15/38 - Day 2 - Disc 15  -  Canned Heat 

Alan “BLIND OWL” Wilson - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Bob “THE BEAR” Hite - Vocals, Harmonica
Harvey “THE SNAKE” Mandell - Guitar
Larry “THE MOLE” Taylor - Bass
Adolpho “FITO” De La Parra: Drums

01. Chip Monck – "There’s been a little tremor of paranoia"
02. I’M HER MAN
03. GOING UP THE COUNTRY
04. A CHANGE IS GONNA COME/LEAVING THIS TOWN
05. ROLLIN’ BLUES
06. WOODSTOCK BOOGIE

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