This is kind of an awkward post. I had intended to post a capture I made of the concert at DiPiazzas in 2010, but it slipped by. This was supposed to be a preview of the Detroit Bar show last week. so, without further delay, here is the 2010 show which will be followed by the 2012 show at Detroit Bar.
Well...it's missing the first two songs or so cause I didn't start till Terry leaned over and said "Are you recording this??"..but here is most of their Irvine Verizon Wireless performance. they played for almost 2 1/2 hours..and the recording sounds real nice. Pretty cool:
Snow Patrol seems to be very popular on my site, thanks to the Sound in-studio performance, so I decided to post this.
This was my capture of Snow Patrol's performance at the Hollywood Palladium May 8, 2012.
Take Back The City
Crack the Shutters
This Isn't Everything You Are
The Garden Rules
In the End
Set the Fire to the Third Bar
(with Ed Sheeran)
Make This Go On Forever
Shut Your Eyes
Called Out in the Dark
(with Troy Van Leeuwen)
You're All I Have
Take one part REM, one part Billy Bragg, one part Chris Stamey, and one part Robyn Hithcock. Mix with alcohol of choice and let sit for an hour and a half.
This is a one off gig from all the above in a small club, The Borderline Club in London, 3/15/1991, doing covers, classics, and other drunken ramblings. From the sounds of the scant applause in the audience, this is one of those legendary secret shows whose story gets passed down for generations of fans.
My capture of the Tower Records in-store in 2006 (click here) has become a well-regarded artifact of that in-store tour, and this latest one builds on that. Promoting his excellent new multi-disk box set, Arkaeology, Karl Wallinger brought his band World Party to the awesome record store Fingerprints for Record Store Day for an intimate performance.
Karl was engaging, funny, quick-witted, and a generally all-around great host. Having met him at the 2006 performance, he graciously came out before the show to say a quick "hello".
"What Does It Mean Now", though on the setlist, was exised from the show.
In case you weren't one of the lucky ones, I have edited the show and placed the videos here. Embedding videos in a blog from Youtube does not allow the full video, so double click each video to enjoy at full screen.
If you're dying for a DVD, email me for information.
For your enjoyment, the exciting return of Squeeze. This was their performance just a couple days before their Coachella appearance. The first song and a half, unfortunately, are omitted due to technical difficulties. Careful before you hit play, it blasts really loud at the beginning...watch your volume.
Lou Reed was at Cal State Long Beach to premiere his Metal Machine Music art/music installation. Since he was in Long Beach, he stopped off for a rare in-store appearance at Fingerprints Music. He was promoting his new collaboration with Metallica, Lulu (which, after listening to it all afternoon, is not as bad as people have said… it's actually quite good). Finally, at Long Beach he had a unmoderated conversation with Bob Ezrin, the producer of his legendary, if not much maligned, album “Berlin”. It was really unstructured and while most of us enjoyed it, there was a heckler who probably wanted to hear “Walk on the Wild Side”. It was a very enlightening conversation and if you get a chance to go to the exhibit, do not pass it up. The concept behind the exhibit was to give the spectator the opportunity to experience what it is like on stage for the musicians. Many speakers are set up throughout the room and provide an atmosphere much like a musician experiences.
As can be seen by Fingerprint's Photostream, he has a wide variety of fans, and his influence seems to cut across a wide swath of people. You really can't pinpoint a textbook "Lou Reed fan".
This is the final night of the the Camp Freddy residency at the Roxy, December 2011. Please excuse the skips, for some reason my capture device inserted a bunch of silent gaps so I had to go in and edit them. Otherwise, as any great bootleg this is imperfect, but at least it is (let's hear yours).
Relax 20th Century Boy Rock and Roll Star (Dominic Monaghan) Immigrant Song (Frankie Perez / Jason Bonham) Hard to Handle (Frankie Perez) Cat Scratch Fever (Mark McGrath) Sedated / Blitzkreig (Mark McGrath) Anarchy in the UK (Billy Morrison on Vocals / Scott Ian) Stay With Me (Glen Hughes / Steve Stevens) Highway Star (Glen Hughes / Steve Stevens) Wanted Dead or Alive (Corey Taylor) Dirty Deeds (Corey Taylor / Scott Ian) Sex Type Thing (Corey Taylor) Blues (Billy Gibbons) La Grange (Billy Gibbons) God Save the Queen (Lemmy) Shakin All Over (Lemmy) Ace of Spades (Lemmy)
I got a request for this one, and after digging and digging trough my drives, found it! About 3/4 of the ay through I played something on top of it, so don't think there's something wrong with your computer.
Every year, Rodney puts together a tribute to David Bowie and Elvis's birthdays. He digs up some rare and rarely heard tracks. Here is the show for this year, with the commercials generously removed by me.
Alright...new ruhtf feature...I have hard drives filled with Jonesys Jukebox interviews with people, musicians, bands, actors, and other public figures and I'll be placing them here in no particular order. If you have a interview you're dying to hear, send me an email.
Otherwise, I'll just randomly post them.
The first is Brian Jonestown Massacre in which Jonesy interviews the enigmatic lead singer, Anton Newcombe.