Some old, some fairly new
This ain't the right cover, but, if you are a big fan of B.O.C. chances are you may have a few of these tracks laying around. The version of Cities on Flame here was cleaned up for release on the expanded edition of Secret Treaties (I think) or one of those early albums. Some were also released as part of the boot pictured on the side (3 or 4 tracks depending on the version you have, and also some of them where released as part of a ridiculously rare promo EP released by Columbia records sometime between the 1st album and the Tyranny album.
Anywho, this is early B.O.C. from Nuggets Pizza Parlor in Rochester NY 4-3-72 and although not of the best quality (this copy, from the master, is a few generations down the pike) and also one of the first tapes I burned to CD when I got my first stand alone CD burner, and when I attempted to redo it more sensibly later the tape snapped, so I was left with the first burn.
If you are a Cult fan, you will enjoy this though, especially Buck's guitar which really stands out and shows what a guitar titan he is!
Not really much I can say about this that you can't find all over the web. It's Volume One of Off White by the Beatles, demos and outtakes from 1968 til the demise. Real nice SQ and since the White Album is my favorite Beatle album after Revolver, I always got into comparing the versions here to what finally ended up on the finished product.
By request here is Walter Trout Live in 1992. Single file (just the way I got it) . Trout is compared to SRV by many, but I feel he has a little something extra that many of the so-called Vaughan imitators don't have. He doesn't rely on the same licks that most of the others seem to play and replay over and over. He has some tricks of his own to add to the equation and since I was a huge SRV fan, I am grateful there is someone who is taking SRV's style of music to higher level.
I had a pic of this and I guess blogger ate it, cause it disappeared. But this is also by request, and was released at one time legitamately, but since it's live I decided to stick it up here. This is Thin Lizzy Live at the BBC.
That's all until next time, and I will try not to make it as long until next time as it was from last time until this time. Hope you all understand that, it makes perfect sense, I think.