Monday, May 08, 2006

By demand........

Had a request for some "hair" metal so here's a couple of those:

First up is a early Def Leppard show from the Paris Theatre is London way back in 1980.

Set as follows:

1.Too Many Jitterbugs
2.Hello America
3.The Day the Walls Came Tumbling Down
5.Rocks Off

This was a radio broadcast from around 1992 or 3, so sound quality is excellent.


Also from a radio broadcast here is Guns N Roses from the Ritz in New York City 2-2-88.

Set list:
1.It's So Easy
2.Mr. Brownstone
3.My Michelle
4.Sweet Child O' Mine
5.Welcome to the Jungle
6.Rocket Queen
7.Night Train
8.Paradise City

Damn near the Appetite For Destruction LP in full. Decent sound from my FM Master copy.


Next up also by request is another Frank Zappa this time with the Mothers of Invention from the Denver Pop Festival in 1969.
Sound is really good for something this old, and don't worry it starts kinda muddy but quickly gets better.

Sorry no set list for this one.


Next we have a full radio show, and it's the In the Zone Radio Show staring Godsmack and Red Hot Chili Peppers. It was broadcast July 15 or 16th 2000. It is broken up into mini-sets as follows:


1.GODSMACK - Intro/Now Or Never/Immune/Time Bomb
2." " - Strees/Keep Away/Get Up Get Out
3." " - Intro/Bad Religion


1.GODSMACK - Intro/Whatever
2.RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS - Scar Tissue/Emit Remmus/Soul To Squeeze
3." " " " " " " " - Californication/My Lovely Man
4.-whatever: radio spots and promos commercials for the broadcast.


And someone requested more Neil Young. This one is an unreleased LP Neil recorded at the Hit Factory in NYC back in 1988 called Times Square (also the name of the CD it came from). Whoever made the CD included as a bonus the 3 tracks Neil did on Saturday Night Live on Sept. 30th 1989 (plus one rehearsal track). It was too large a file so I broke it up that way, part one is the unreleased album, part two is the SNL stuff.


3.Crime in the City
4.Box Car
5.Don't Cry
6.Heavy Love
7.Wrecking Ball
8.Cocaine Eyes
9.On Broadway

10.Rockin' in the Free World (SNL)
11.Needle & the Damage Done (SNL)
12.No More (SNL)
13.No More (SNL Rehearsal)

That's it for tonight--next time I will get some southern rock and maybe more hair metal up here. Requests are always greatly appreciated and keep those clicks coming up top!!! The more you do that the more I can do here!!!!!!



Anonymous hos said...

thanks for the neil young stuff! anything by neil from the 70s would be highly appreciated. there's an alternative version of the tonights the night album that i've been searching for ... if you have it...
interesting you should post that godsmack stuff, i was just reading this explosive interview with them last night which ended in a yelling match of expletives between interviewer and interviewee:
there's also an mp3 of it in there somewhere - well worth a listen.
i saw someone had up an album of dylan blonde on blonde outtakes at one stage. it was gone by the time i got there.
but i appreciate your efforts to now. thankyou again.

Monday, May 08, 2006 7:40:00 AM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

Went over and read the transcript. That was interesting. I prefer to leave my politics out of anything I put in my blogs but I will say Sully should have looked into who was interviewing him before doing it, and the guy interviewing took the route that has really turned me to a middle of the road view, which was to ambush Sully and back him into a corner. I don't think either camp came out of that one smelling like a rose.

As Smashmouth and a really cool blog I visit would say---Fuck it, let's rock.

Monday, May 08, 2006 8:43:00 AM  
Anonymous hos said...

yeah, i thought the ambush was a little bit too easy as well.

Monday, May 08, 2006 9:23:00 AM  
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Monday, May 08, 2006 9:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks a bunch for posting the hair metal. keep that good stuff coming. Any more would be greatly appreciated. Do you have any Wasp or Fastway you could post? thanks again!!

Monday, May 08, 2006 9:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a 'southern rock' request; Do you the Thunderhead lp of the mid-seventies? I know this is not a live concert, so maybe something for Time Traveller?

Thank you very much! Excellent stuff on your blogs!

Grtz, Danny, Belgium

Monday, May 08, 2006 11:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First Def Leppard track is 'Glad I'm alive'. Studioversion is on the semi-official(?) lp First Strike.

Grtz, Danny

Monday, May 08, 2006 2:41:00 PM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

I have a Fastway show from 1983 (as long as anonymous the boot patrol doesn't have any problems with me posting it--sorry to the rest of you, I hate being wrongly accused of shit)but I don't have any WASP.

Hey Danny don't have the Thunderhead LP sorry and thanks for the info on the Lep stuff (that really is the title printed on the disc!!!)but I do love that song. I'll have to dig up First Strike, I never bothered because I really didn't like the first Leppard LP, but I liked the 2nd High & Dry a bunch, it's my favorite!!!

Monday, May 08, 2006 6:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

heres an obscure request, have you any live stuff by the wonderful Pavlovs Dog?

Monday, May 08, 2006 6:48:00 PM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

Wish I did Mick, but can't help you with Pavlov's Dog. Sorry.

Monday, May 08, 2006 8:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention

27-06-1969 Denver Pop Festival, Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO

Hungry Freaks Daddy, Downtown Talent Scout (long version, called "The Heat's Out Every Night"), The String Quartet, Some Ballet Music, FZ conducts the audience, backstage interview w/ Bunk and Roy

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 12:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have such great finds on your blog, live shows or special studio takes are so unique!
With mothers day coming up, do you have any Barry Manilow in your vaults?
Thanks again.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 5:00:00 AM  
Anonymous philip said...

many thanx for zappa boot ( and others boots), perhaps some more ? with adrian belew in the line up ?
fastway : good idea ! (is it the fast eddy's group ? )
thank you for your blogg.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 7:06:00 AM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

I definetly can do Zappa with Belew in the lineup. I love the Sheik Yerbouti era. I'll dig somethin' up for ya.

Fastway is indeed Fast Eddie from Motorhead, the Way was supposed to be Pete Way from UFO but he got sidetracked and ended doing Waysted. David King is the throat and he is from the Pearcy school of vocal gymnastics.

To the person who asked about Barry Manilow, I don't own a thing by the man. I don't even know if there is anywhere on the 'net you could find something like that.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006 7:21:00 AM  
Anonymous oldhippy said...

Many thanks for the Neil Young files.

Nice blog,keep up the good work.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006 3:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any chance of a repost of neil Young's "Times Square"? Thanks in advance :)

Monday, October 15, 2007 8:32:00 PM  

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