Friday, June 26, 2009

National Health-2-14-76

National Health
School of Economics
London England

1. Tenemos Roads
2. Trident Asleep
3. Agrippa
4. The Lethargy Shuffle & The Mind-Your-Backs Tango [Boogaa]
5. Elephants
6. The Lethargy Shuffle (Part 2)

Dave Stewart (keyboards)
Alan Gowen (keyboards)
Phil Miller (guitar)
Steve Hillage (guitar)
Mont Campbell (bass,french horn)
Bill Bruford (drums)

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Sunday, June 21, 2009

Brian Eno & Phil Manzanera-801 Live-8-28-76

Billed as "Phil Manzanera featuring Eno, Bill MacCormick, Lloyd Watson, Simon Phillips"
Reading Festival
Reading Rock '76
16th Annual Jazz Blues and Rock Festival
Reading, England, UK
August 28, 1976 - Saturday 7:25 pm
(2nd day of 3 day event)

Phil Manzanera - Gibson Firebird and Yamaha Lead Guitars
Eno - Farfisa Organ, Minimoog Model D, Starway Guitar, Tape Echo, Tapes, Lead Vocals
Lloyd Watson - Fender Stratocaster and Telecaster slide Guitars, Vocals
Francis Monkman - Fender Rhodes, Hohner Clavinet
Bill MacCormick - Fender Precision Bass, Vocals
Simon Phillips - Ludwig Drums, Roland Rhythm Box

1. Walk On (0:26)
2. Lagrima (Manzanera) (1:59)
3. T.N.K. (Tomorrow Never Knows) (Lennon/McCartney) (6:18)
4. East of Asteroid (Manzanera/MacCormick) (5:24)
5. The Fat Lady of Limbourg (Eno) (7:32)
6. Diamond Head (Manzanera) (6:16)
7. Third Uncle (Eno) (5:45)

This original 801 lineup only performed three times.
This is the complete 2nd performance.
The 1st was a warm-up gig in Norfolk of which no known recording has surfaced.
The 3rd was the officially released "801 Live" version
at Queen Elizabeth Hall on September 3, 1976.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Ron Geesin With David Gilmour-June 15,2008

Ron Geesin With David Gilmour

'Ron's Psychedelic Supper' Volume Two

Cadogan Hall, Chelsea, London

June 15,2008


Caroline Dale,
Mun Floyd,
The Royal College Of Music Brass Ensemble,
The Canticum Chorus with Mark Forkgen

Yellow Cow Records - YCCD015B

Audience recording


01. Introduction (spoken)
02. Untitled Piece for Ten Brass
03. Ron Geesin (spoken)
04. I'm Not As Old As I Used To Be (Grand Piano)
05. Aphorisms & Poems (spoken)
06. Fight Or Flight ('Eastern' Banjo & Cello)
07. Conversation Piece With Banjo
08. Blue Blackbird (Bass Marimba & Choir)


01. Atom ‘art Mother (spoken)
02. Atom Heart Mother Suite;
Father’s Shout
Breast Milky
Mother Fore
Funky Dung
Mind Your Throats Please

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

Frank Zappa-Money Demos

Frank Zappa
We're Only In It For The Money Demo Acetate

01. Lonely Little Girl (3:13)
02. Burnt Weeny Sandwich (3:55)
03. Mom & Dad (2:59)
04. Bow Tie Daddy (0:31)
05. Harry You're A Beast (1:11)
06. What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body? (2:15)
07. Stuffit Variations (3:33)
08. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance (1:30) - listed as Take Your Clothes Off...
09. Mother People (1:38)
10. The Idiot Bastard Son (2:17) - listed as Idiot Bastard Son
11. Who Needs The Peace Corps? (2:44)

"Bonus Cuts":

12. In Memorium, Heironymus Bosch (5:07)
13. Randomonium, Take One (1:36)
14. Lonely Little Girl (2:45)

"Suite From Beat Club '68":

15. King Kong (2:25)
16. A Pound For A Brown On The Bus (8:40) - listed as Pound For a Brown
17. Sleeping In A Jar (6:21) - listed as Bow Tie Full Chants
18. Uncle Meat (5:17)
19. Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Sexually Aroused Gas Mask (5:07) Listed as Gas Mask Variations
20. Let's Make The Water Turn Black (3:48)

"Extra Bonus":

21. Agency Man (4:23) Listed as Sell Us A President

Bootleg compilation by Zipperman from a We're Only In It For The Money 1967
demo acetate, in addition with some live material, a single, and studio
outtakes. Tracks 15-20 have appered previously on the bootleg To Motherbuggers
Everywhere, released by Acid Records.

Tracks 1-10, taken from demo acetate 1967
Track 12, New York City Cable TV, 1967
Track 13 & 21, studio outtakes
Track 14, U.S. single
Tracks 15-20, Live TV, Germany 1968

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Saturday, June 6, 2009

King Crimson - London,Marquee-August 9,1971

King Crimson
August 9,1971

Great Audience Recording

I have only this 5 songs from the show and looking since years for
the complete show,perhaps someone can help.It`s a must have for
all KC fans because Mr.Wonderful is one of the best Improvs.from
Fripp/Collins at this time.

the band:

Robert Fripp: Guitar and Mellotron
Mel Collins: Sax, Flute and Mellotron
Boz Burrell: Bass and Lead Vocals
Ian Wallace: Drums and Backing Voclas
Pete Sinfield: Illuminations


02.The Letters
03.Improv:Mr.Wonderful/Drum solo
04.Ladies of the Road
05.Pictures of a City

Monday, June 1, 2009

Van der Graaf Generator-8-2-70 (BBC In Concert) (FLAC)

BBC In Concert
2 August 1970

Source: radio broadcast
Lineage: from Pilgrimage 11 (remastered by calayx1)

1. Killer
2. Whaever Would Robert Have Said?
3. Squid1-Squid2-Octopus

There is about 30 seconds of DJ talk edited out between 'Robert' and 'Squid' when the sound engineer is thanked and radio listeners told who was on the show the following week.

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