Saturday, June 17, 2006

New stuff finally......

Another diverse slew of boots to hopefully satisfy your hard rock craving.

Bad Company - 1974. This is from a vinyl bootleg titled Scrapbook. Several sources are included. According to Hot Wacks they are (a) A Decade of Electricity TV program (excellent stereo) (b) live W. Germany '74 (good stereo) (c) studio outtakes (excellent stereo) and (d) live in Japan '75 (v good stereo). Below is the original running order because while I tagged the tracks when I ripped and split them, I failed to number them. The sources are denoted also after the track.

1.Can't Get Enough (a) 2.Movin' On (a) 3.Bad Company (b) 4.Rock Steady(b) 5.Little Miss Fortune (c) 6.Ready For Love (a) 7.Shooting Star (d) 8.Good Loving Gone Bad (d) 9.Whiskey Bottle (c).


Black Sabbath - Fresno California 10-22-78. Okay stereo. One of the last Mark 1 Sab concerts and kinda sloppy but a nice historical piece. Definetly not the whole show, but a delicious slice of the show with the drum solo and Tony Iommi's guitar wankfest included. Kinda bass heavy and diluted, but still highly listenable. No set list with this one, but you'll know this stuff.


Here's a cool little item I got in a tape trade many moons ago and thought I'd slap it up here. It's Frank Zappa with Flo & Eddie around 1970 doing some studio work. Zappa loves to compress their voices so they sound like Chipmunks and it is a fun few minutes to listen to. Quality is nice but not great. No set list with this one either.

Here is a half hour (give or take) of the Nuge from a Source concert 06-12-80. Don't know if that's the show date or the broadcast date. Nice quality and Ted rips as usual. It is far from complete and the file comes in about 2/3 of the way though Cat Scratch Fever. It is from a tape I got back in 1994 so forgive me. Includes the commercials and stuff too.


Since I got nary a yea or nay about posting tidbits of bands (the tv shows, segment pieces) and my rapidshare numbers are on the lowside I decided to say the hell with it, but I had these ripped already so these are the last two tidbit pieces.

First is the Beach Boys from the old Fridays TV show 06-20-80. 3 songs.
And the B52's from Saturday Night Live 01-19-80. These were both on the Nugent tape.


That's all for now. Seems like everything's dying down for the summer so I will slow it down a bit myself. Things to see and people to do, y'know. I'll still get plenty of stuff up here just not every other day (which I have obvisously been sliding on, anyway). Please give those ads a click at the top. Nobody does, but please, it's really not that hard and the ads don't hurt anything on your puters, I promise.

And just in case there are new people checking the place out. I just wanted to remind everyone I use the month/date/year system for the dates.


Blogger 5taipans said...

I hope your 'rant' a couple of weeks ago has chased away the muppets.
Your still posting great stuff.
Many thanks.

Monday, June 19, 2006 7:48:00 PM  
Anonymous sergio torres said...

hi there, time traveller,
pretty cool shows! :)
thank ya very much.
hugs from brazil,

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 12:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for everything! i can't wait to checkout the bad co.!

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Anonymous ogmonster420 said...

Just wanted to thank you for all the coooooool music you post here. Do you have any early Judas Priest shows from '74-'77?

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Blogger sparkiesdad said...


Great site that you have here!!

I was wondering if you could re-post this show:

TED NUGENT - Other Stages (76-06) USA

It says that the link could not be found.



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