Archive for September, 2017

Pink Floyd – The Division Bell

Track Listing

1. “Cluster One”   Instrumental Gilmour, Wright 5:58
2. “What Do You Want from Me”   Gilmour, Samson Gilmour, Wright 4:21
3. “Poles Apart”   Gilmour, Samson, Laird-Clowes Gilmour 7:04
4. “Marooned”   Instrumental Gilmour, Wright 5:29
5. “A Great Day for Freedom”   Gilmour, Samson Gilmour 4:17
6. “Wearing the Inside Out” (Lead vocals: Richard Wright) Moore Wright 6:49
7. “Take It Back”   Gilmour, Samson, Laird-Clowes Gilmour, Ezrin 6:12
8. “Coming Back to Life”   Gilmour Gilmour 6:19
9. “Keep Talking”   Gilmour, Samson Gilmour, Wright 6:11
10. “Lost for Words”   Gilmour, Samson Gilmour 5:14
11. “High Hopes”   Gilmour, Samson Gilmour 8:31
Total length: 66:32

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Black Sabbath – Live Sabotage Tour – New Jersey 1975

The best live recording of Black Sabbath from their glory days emerged on the internet only in 2001. It was a stereo soundboard recording that was made for broadcast on the popular ‘70s radio show, The King Biscuit Flower Hour. Recorded in August 1975 at the start of the Sabotage tour, the band was Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward. The original and best version of Black Sabbath.

Asbury Park was a triumph in many ways. Black Sabbath was different from the heavy bands of the ‘70s in that they traded in Satanic images and invited the glare of the guardians of public morality. Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple were mild compared to the “hidden message” of Black Sabbath. The band don’t disappoint either.

Straight off you can hear Ozzy shout a couple of “fucks”, hardly ever heard on a Led Zep, Uriah Heep, Free or Deep Purple concert from that period. For good measure, Ozzy even calls for a “muthafucker”, something accepted in movies today and also in gangsta rap but this was ancient 1975 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, where Bruce Springsteen was honing his skill as the man born to run. By Ozzy’s own account, there were countless times they had a hard time while touring the American heartlands with an act that enraged Christians.

Tony Iommi lets rip on two long guitar solos, the extended Zabbra Cadabra [20 mins plus a Bill Ward solo] and the instrumental jam that includes Orchid and Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor. Asbury Park also offers very tasty renditions of Black Sabbath classics War Pigs, Iron Man, Snowblind and Children of the Grave. Mostly the gig was to showcase their previous album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath and the new one, Sabotage, not yet released at the time of the concert.

Like proto-punks, Black Sabbath lyrically were anti-war and anti-authority. It is to their credit that they survived the ‘70s long enough to establish heavy metal as something beyond just loudness, guitar riffs and posing. Children of the Grave and War Pigs were message songs and Black Sabbath’s satanic image was a mirror that reflected the anti-war message. No other metal band from that period took such risks with message-laden songs.

Try to imagine wearing black in $ingapore, playing heavy metal and saying “muthafucker” on stage while playing anti-government songs and you will know what Black Sabbath had to go through for their music to be accepted. It’s a pleasure then to hear Ozzy work the crowd for the encore, a classic rendition of their only hit, Paranoid.


Eric Clapton – There’s One In Every Crowd

Track Listing

1.”We’ve Been Told (Jesus Is Coming Soon)” (Willie Johnson/Traditional) – 4:28
2.”Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” (Traditional) – 3:33
3.”Little Rachel” (Jim Byfield) – 4:06
4.”Don’t Blame Me” (Eric Clapton/George Terry) – 3:35
5.”The Sky Is Crying” (Elmore James) – 3:58
6.”Singin’ the Blues” (Mary McCreary) – 3:26
7.”Better Make It Through Today” (Clapton) – 4:07
8.”Pretty Blue Eyes” (Clapton) – 4:45
9.”High” (Clapton) – 3:30
10.”Opposites” (Clapton) – 4:52

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Tom Petty – Damn the Torpedoes

Damn the Torpedoes is the third album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers released in 1979 by MCA Records. It was released to commercial success and critical acclaim becoming the band’s breakthrough album. In 2003, the album was ranked number 313 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

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Various Artists – The Heart and Soul of Rock ‘n’ Roll


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Jam – The Gift

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Earth Wind and Fire – Ultimate



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Bon Jovi – New Jersey

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Derek & the Dominos – Live Santa Monica 1970

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Derek AnDerek And The Dominos: Let’s Play Domino. (Godfatherecords :: G.R. 528)

Recorded Live at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California, USA – November 20, 1970.

Very Good Audience Recording ::Copy from Silver CD boot :: CBR 320 kbps.

01. Got To Get Better In A Little While

02. Key To The Highway

03. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad

04. Blues Power

05. Have You Ever Loved A Woman

06. Tell The Truth

07. Derek’s Boogie

08. Let It Rain

09. Everyday I Have The Blues

Total Time: 01:19:54 hour/s.

Personnel: Eric Clapton :: Carl Radle :: Jim Gordon :: Bobby Whitlcok . Guest Musician: B.B.King (track09).

Notes: Quality Very Good Audience. Quite sensational considering the technology at the time. Brilliant performance, of bloody course. Track 09. Everyday I Have The Blues[live at Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 26th 1970 – featuring B.B. King as special guest.


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David Crosby – It’s All Coming Back to Me Now…


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“In My Dreams” – 6:32
“Rusty and Blue” – 7:08
“Hero” (Phil Collins, Crosby) – 4:57
“Till It Shines on You” – 5:39
“Thousand Roads” – 5:02
“Cowboy Movie” – 9:08
“Almost Cut My Hair” – 6:10
“Déjà Vu” – 10:18
“Long Time Gone” – 5:41
“Wooden Ships” (Crosby, Paul Kantner, Stephen Stills) – 10:36

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