Roger Waters – Live Toronto 2010 (Performing THE WALL)

isc 1
Track 101. In the Flesh (7.6MB)
Track 102. The Thin Ice (4.2MB)
Track 103. Another Brick in the Wall Part 1 (7.6MB)
Track 104. The Happiest Days of our Lives (1.8MB)
Track 105. Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 (12.3MB)
Track 106. Mother (12.5MB)
Track 107. Goodbye Blue Sky (5.9MB)
Track 108. Empty Spaces (6.9MB)
Track 109. Young Lust (8.9MB)
Track 110. One of My Turns (5.8MB)
Track 111. Don’t Leave Me Now (6.2MB)
Track 112. Another Brick in the Wall Part 3 (8.4MB)
Track 113. Goodbye Cruel World (1.5MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. Hey You (8.6MB)
Track 202. Is There Anybody Out There? (4.1MB)
Track 203. Nobody Home (5.4MB)
Track 204. Vera (2.0MB)
Track 205. Bring the Boys Back Home (3.5MB)
Track 206. Comfortably Numb (12.4MB)
Track 207. The Show Must Go On (3.9MB)
Track 208. In The Flesh (7.5MB)
Track 209. Run Like Hell (11.5MB)
Track 210. Waiting for the Worms (6.2MB)
Track 211. Stop (843k)
Track 212. The Trial (11.2MB)
Track 213. Outside the Wall (8.2MB)

Toronto 2010 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; September 18, 2010. Very good audience recording.

When Roger Waters took The Wall on the road this year, it was a special event. The Wall may be different without Dave Gilmour’s blistering guitar but the show must go on. At this point of the Waters-Gilmour breakup/partnership, it’s doubtful if anyone was hoping that Waters would fall flat on his face doing The Wall. Fans are only too happy that Waters is still playing The Wall – this being the 30th anniversary of the show’s debut in Toronto.

This is what Bryan Borzykowski reported in “It was the mind-blowing visuals that really struck me. Waters used the wall as a giant screen to display bizarre animations and photos and the more the wall got built up the more ambitious the displays got. It felt like I was watching a movie directed by a Las Vegas veteran (I mean that in the best possible way).

“I’ve seen epic shows before. There was Pink Floyd’s brilliant light show on the Division Bell tour; U2’s flying lemon during PopMart; Madonna’s always over-the-top spectacle; but this was different… This took the best parts of those performances – minus Madge’s scantily clad dancers – and took it to James Cameron-like extravagance.”

The Wall is generally seen as how a young man distances himself from the world. In the tour notes, Waters said: “I started to think that maybe there is something in the story of The Wall, which is about this one guy… that could be seen as an allegory for the way nations behave towards one another, or religions behave towards one another.”

Perhaps Hazel Sheffield of the UK Telegraph has a point when she noted: “If tonight’s audience is representative, the anniversary tour is for reliving prog rock’s most ambitious avenue with die-hard fans, rather than for any possible notion of repackaging Floyd for a new generation.”

But as Waters told Rolling Stone magazine: “You can’t ask people to go to the circus and just have fleas in the middle – you’ve got to have elephants and tigers.” The Wall was meant to be a spectacle – otherwise might as well play it as a acoustic set – and so it is.

Thanks to Many (nerdlogger)/mayromlo for taping the show, touching it up and sharing it on the net.

Lineage: Audio Technica SP-CMC-8 (mounted on baseball cap) > Zoom H4N 24/96 w/ Auto Level and Mic input w/ Limit2 > Adobe Soundbooth (Secret Nerdsauce Effect, Downsample to 16/44 Wav) > Audacity Export to Flac > Flac (Level 8, 16-bit, 44.1-Khz)

And keep a lookout for Roger Waters at the United Center, Chicago, September 20, 2010.


Bruce Springsteen – Tunnel Of Love

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New Order – 20 Years Of

New Order
New Order were an English musical group formed in 1980 by Bernard Sumner (vocals, guitars, synthesizers), Peter Hook (bass, backing vocals, electronic drums) and Stephen Morris (drums, synthesizers). New Order were formed in the wake of the demise of their previous group Joy Division, following the suicide of vocalist Ian Curtis. They were soon joined by additional keyboardist Gillian Gilbert.

New Order combined post-punk and electronic dance, and became one of the most critically acclaimed and highly influential bands of the 1980s. Though New Order’s early years were shadowed by the legacy of Joy Division, their immersion in the New York City club scene of the early 1980s increased their knowledge of dance music. The band’s 1983 hit “Blue Monday” saw them fully embrace dance music and synthesized instruments, and is the best-selling 12-inch single of all time. New Order were the flagship band for Factory Records, and their minimalist album sleeves and non-image reflected the label’s aesthetic of doing whatever the relevant parties wanted to do, including an aversion to including singles as album tracks. The band has often been acclaimed by fans, critics and other musicians as a highly influential force in the alternative rock and dance music scenes.

New Order were on hiatus between 1993 and 1998, during which time the members participated in various side-projects. The band reconvened in 1998, and in 2001 released Get Ready, their first album in eight years. In 2005, Phil Cunningham (guitars, synthesizers) replaced Gilbert, who had left the group due to family commitments.

In 2007, Peter Hook left the band and stated that he and Sumner had no further plans to work together. Sumner revealed in 2009 that he no longer wishes to make music as New Order. Sumner, Morris and Cunningham now work together under a new band name, Bad Lieutenant.


Of all of the New Order compilations out there, this one does a pretty great job for one disc. It is a promo though, so availability may be limited.

The main reason I’m writing this review is to point out that the version of 60 MPH is the Paul Dekahne Mix and is in fact unique to this CD.

The arrangement is not too different than the album version, but different enough to make it interesting for die hard fans. Personally, I prefer the version of 60 MPH on this release to the album version.

The other tracks on this compilation are all available on other releases. If you are looking for an introduction to the band with a couple of Joy Division tracks thrown in, and you can get this for a reasonable price, you could do worse than starting here.

Track Listing
1 New Order – Crystal 4:19
2 New Order – 60 Miles An Hour 4:52 Remix – David Kahne , Rob Brill
3 New Order – Regret (Album Version) 4:29
4 New Order – Round & Round (Album Version) 4:29
5 New Order – Fine Time (Album Version) 4:42
6 New Order – True Faith (Album Version) 4:27
7 New Order – Bizarre Love Triangle (Album Version) 3:52
8 New Order – Shellshock (Album Version) 6:27
9 New Order – Sub-culture (Album Version) 4:54
10 New Order – The Perfect Kiss (Album Version) 4:48
11 New Order – Blue Monday (Album Version) 4:07
12 New Order – Age Of Consent (Album Version) 5:13
13 New Order – Dreams Never End (Album Version) 3:12
14 New Order – Confusion (Album Version) 4:41
15 New Order – Ceremony (Album Version) 4:22
16 Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart (Album Version) 3:10
17 Joy Division – She’s Lost Control (Album Version) 3:40
18 Joy Division – Transmission (Album Version) 3:34

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Echo & The Bunnymen – Evergreen

Track Listing

“Don’t Let It Get You Down” – 3:52
“In My Time” – 3:26
“I Want to Be There (When You Come)” – 3:39
“Evergreen” – 4:11
“I’ll Fly Tonight” – 4:24
“Nothing Lasts Forever” – 3:57
“Baseball Bill” – 4:04
“Altamont” – 3:53
“Just a Touch Away” – 5:09
“Empire State Halo” – 4:00
“Too Young to Kneel” – 3:40
“Forgiven” – 5:49

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Various Artists – Now The Music – All Woman

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Queen – A Night At The Opera



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Cars – Candy-O

Track Listing

Side one
“Let’s Go” – 3:33
“Since I Held You” – 3:16
“It’s All I Can Do” – 3:44
“Double Life” – 4:14
“Shoo Be Doo” – 1:36
“Candy-O” – 2:36
Side two
“Nightspots” – 3:15
“You Can’t Hold on Too Long” – 2:46
“Lust for Kicks” – 3:52
“Got a Lot on My Head” – 2:59
“Dangerous Type” – 4:28

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10cc – Ten Out of 10




Don’t Ask 4:02
Overdraft In Overdrive 3:24
Don’t Turn Me Away 5:03
Memories 4:31
Notell Hotel 4:56
Les Nouveaux Riches 5:11
Action Man In Motown Suit 4:45
Listen With Your Eyes 3:10
Lying Here With You 3:22
Survivor 5:46

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Kraftwerk – Autobahn


Jethro Tull – In Concert