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A recording has been released of a never-before-heard Led Zeppelin show from 1972 - Led Zeppelin News
A recording has been unofficially released online of a previously unheard Led Zeppelin show.
A tape of Led Zeppelin’s December 3, 1972 performance at Green’s Playhouse in Glasgow was discovered late last year and emerged online on February 13.
The recording is the first time that the show has been heard, as no other recordings of the performance have emerged until now.
A tape of the band’s December 4 performance at the same venue has already been released.
The recording of the December 3 show was announced in a private Facebook group in December.
Here’s the setlist of the show, according to the recording...
music  ledzep  concert  uk  70s  setlist  bootlegs  facebook 
2 days ago by rgl7194
Hear Allen Collins' Isolated Guitar Solo from Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" | Guitarworld
Although this video hit the YouTubes a few years ago, we thought you'd enjoy hearing the isolated guitar-solo track from Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird."
The solo on the song—which was played by Allen Collins and Gary Rossington—comes it at Number 3 on Guitar World's list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Solos of All Time.
On the studio version of "Free Bird," which appeared on Skynyrd’s debut album, Collins played the entire solo himself on his Gibson Explorer, with Rossington playing rhythm on his Les Paul (“Bernice”) and adding the slide fills on his SG.
“The whole long jam was Allen Collins himself,” Rossington says. “He was bad. He was super bad! He was bad-to-the-bone bad. When we put the solo together, we liked the sound of the two guitars, and I could’ve gone out and played it with him. But the way he was doin’ it, he was just so hot! He just did it once and did it again and it was done.”
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3 days ago by rgl7194
Skynyrd’s Guitar Lineup Explains How Allen Collins’ Unmatchable Talent Gave ‘Free Bird’ Its Wings – Country Music Family
One Iconic Solo
If you’re a fan of Lynyrd Skynyrd, then we don’t need to tell you that “Free Bird” showcases some of the best instrumental work in the history of rock music.
The driving force behind the power of “Free Bird’s” instrumentals was Allen Collins, who played lead guitar on the song and also wrote the initial chords.
Allen’s part in “Free Bird” has a status just as iconic as the song itself. Because of that, many have wondered exactly what Allen did to make his part in “Free Bird” soar.
Thanks to Skynyrd’s current guitar lineup, consisting of Rickey Medlocke, Sparky Matejka, and founding member Gary Rossington, we know part of the answer.
How Did Allen Do It?
Back in 2009, Rickey, Sparky, and Gary all sat down with Guitar World for an in-depth interview about all things Skynyrd. During the interview, which appears in a four-part series on YouTube, the three guitarists broke down their parts to some of the band’s most recognizable songs, including “Free Bird.”
While Gary and Sparky looked on, Rickey slowly played Allen’s part, and explained how he executed a special technique that gave it a unique and interesting sound.
“That’s what was really great about that,” Rickey said. “Allen had a way of pedaling each note…He pedaled, he rolled the notes, and it’s really cool.”
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3 days ago by rgl7194
The Warriors turns 40! - The Warriors Movie Site
Today The Warriors turns 40 as it was on this day back in 1979 that The Warriors was released in theatres in the United States. The fact that interest in the movie is as strong today as it was back then truly confirms that The Warriors is one of the greatest cult movies of all time.
We all know the story but what is it specifically about The Warriors that makes it so enduring to viewers of all ages including many, like myself, who are under 40 and were not even born when the movie came out? I can recall the first time I watched the movie and found it an irresistible mix of colourful gangs, a gritty urban setting, an easy to follow and compelling plot and a desire to see The Warriors survive after being falsely accused of a crime they did not commit. That makes The Warriors a great film and an enjoyable watch but it doesn’t necessarily make it a cult movie warranting dozens of rewatches over many years so what is it exactly that gives this movie a bigger following than many others? I wanted to take this opportunity to share my thoughts.
40 years later The Warriors remains a truly unique and abstract movie that has been parodied in everything from music to The Simpsons. Think of Cyrus’ speech, the Baseball Furies and Luther clinking his bottles and you can see dozens of references to these three things alone which is testament to how visually striking and memorable the movie is. You could freeze pretty much any frame of the movie and know that you were watching The Warriors. The movie is as much iconic as it is cult.
70s  anniversary  movies  nyc  warriors 
6 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Led Zeppelin - How The East Was Won (EVSD 1056-1057) [SBD]
Led Zeppelin
'How The East Was Won'
(EVSD 1056/1057 + 2 Promo Singles)
(2018 Empress Valley Supreme Disc)
Osaka Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan
Wednesday September 29th, 1971 
Soundboard Recording
Digital Master Recordings
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3
View the Concert Programme (Online Flipbook):
Track List: (Artwork Included)
01. Immigrant Song
02. Heartbreaker
03. Since I’ve Been Loving You
04. Dazed And Confused
05. Stairway To Heaven
06. Friends
07. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
08. What Is And What Should Never Be
09. Moby Dick
10. Communication Breakdown
11. Rock And Roll
music  ledzep  japan  concert  bootlegs  download  70s  SBD 
6 days ago by rgl7194
Julian's Hot Wheels Blog: 1971 Mustang Funny Car (2019 HW Flames)
Bummer, base is now plastic and the car won't open up anymore! Oh well, we know why Mattel has to do it, I can't blame them.
cars  hot_wheels  mustang  racing  70s 
6 days ago by rgl7194
The Warriors | Classic Film Review | Consequence of Sound
Decades later, Walter Hill's vision of inner-city '70s NYC endures, dated aspects and all
CAN YOU COUNT, SUCKERS? 40 years! Walter Hill’s The Warriors turns the big 4-0 this year, and it’s looking … well, mostly great. It’s a snapshot of gang violence in a decidedly Carter-era key, both flamboyant and aggressive, socially minded yet kept light (or close) by Hill’s high-style design. It’s unconventional, to say the least. It’s an effective simplification of the “dangerous youth” film that showcased a young Walter Hill’s best tendencies. Speed. Cheese. And a whole lot of attitude, dude. To mock it as a misanthropic boy film is almost too easy – also extremely fair, yes. But to get wrapped up in the madness of one bad commute home to Coney Island is something, alright. It’s like bare-knuckle fireworks. We race with the gang to the finish, hopeful with clenched fists. Craft and kitsch-wise, The Warriors remains a landmark in action filmmaking.
I mean, can you dig it?
Can you dig it?
I said, can. You. Dig it?
What do you get when you mix Shakespeare, West Side Story, Adam West’s Batman, Greco-Roman warfare, Homer’s Iliad, and some clown make-up? Walter Hill’s cult classic.
movies  warriors  review  70s  nyc  anniversary 
10 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Judas Priest - Whiskey Woman (1973 Demo) [SBD]
Judas Priest
'Whiskey Woman' (1973 Demo)
(Later evolved into 'Victim Of Changes')
Sarm Studios, London, England 
Recorded: Mid-1973
Info from 'The Priest's Boot'
Encoded: 128 kbps MP3
Track List: (Single Track)
01. Whiskey Woman  [Time 5:41]
Now here's a rarity for you! A demo recording of Whiskey Woman - which would later evolve into Victim of Changes - from 1973. This demo was recorded not long after Rob (and drummer John Hinch) joined the band, and is so far the only studio recording from the pre-Rocka Rolla era to surface. This gem comes from a reel-to-reel tape owned by the band's former agent Norman Hood who posted this song on Facebook. The quality isn't that good with the sound being very bass-heavy and muffled, but for a low-budget demo tape that has spent 40+ years in a closet it's more than adequate and it's easy to distinguish the parts that after a couple of years would transform into one of Priest's most famous songs. -Original
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15 days ago by rgl7194
David Bowie’s First TV Appearance as Ziggy Stardust Uncovered | Music News | Consequence of Sound
The footage may be restored in time to appear in an upcoming BBC documentary
Rock historians should be pleased to know that footage of David Bowie’s first televised appearance as Ziggy Stardust has been found. No, not his 1972 performance on Top of the Pops, but his rare, oft-forgotten premiere a month earlier on ITV’s Lift Off With Ayshea.
As the BBC reports, the footage was uncovered by archivists from a fan’s home video recording, and is currently being “baked” in an incubator in hopes of being restored to appear in the BBC2’s forthcoming documentary, David Bowie: Finding Fame.
“For fans, it is something of a Holy Grail,” producer and director Francis Whately told The Radio Times (via the BBC). “It would fall apart if we played it, so it’s had to be very carefully restored. It will be a real coup if it comes off.”
No kidding. Until now, the prized footage had been lost to the annals time due to Granada TV, who accidentally wiped away the entire Lift Off catalogue when they sent the tapes to be digitized.
bowie  music  70s  tv  bbc 
18 days ago by rgl7194
Not To Be Taken Away: The Who After Keith Moon | Podcast | Consequence of Sound
Discography chronicles a time of massive change for the band and mourns a tragic loss
Discography is a quarterly podcast chronicling a legendary artist’s catalog album by album, and this season is one for the record books. We’re dropping the needle on The Who: every studio album, live record, single, and solo release from Pete Townshend, Keith Moon, John Entwistle, and Roger Daltrey. Yes, this is no ordinary Who documentary. This is a quest to examine the big picture and discover WHO this legendary band really are.
Between 1977 and 1982, The Who changed in inconceivable ways. They were still a huge live draw, they were making massive hit records, and their tenure as stars of the silver screen was only growing, but this period certainly contained some of the saddest chapters in Who history: the death of the seemingly indestructible Keith Moon, the passing of previous manager Kit Lambert, and the Cincinnati stampede that left many fans injured or deceased. However, the records the group made during these trying times remain as solid as anything that any group of humans could hope to churn out under such dire circumstances.
music  classic_rock  discography  podcast  70s  80s 
18 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: David Bowie - Stone And Wax (An Alternative Hunky Dory) [SBD]
David Bowie
Stone And Wax (An Alternative Hunky Dory)
Complete  Hunky Dory album as alternative versions,
outtakes. All tracks are unreleased and from ROIO.
Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: Variable (VBR) Bitrate
Track List: (Artwork Included)
Johnnie Walker Lunchtime Show Session 1972.05.22
01 Changes
Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session 1971.09.21
02 Oh! You Pretty Things
03 Eight Line Poem
August 6th, 1971
04 Life On Mars
Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session 1971.09.21
05 Kooks
Demo London 1971
06 Quicksand
Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session 1971.09.21
07 Fill Your Heart
08 Andy Warhol
August 6th, 1971
09 Song For Bob Dylan
Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session 1972.01.18
10 Queen Bitch
Alternative Mix 1971.07.30
11 The Bewlay Brothers
Variable (VBR) Bitrate:
Compared to a constant bit rate (CBR), VBR produces a better quality-to-space ratio for the same file size. The available bits are used to more flexibly and accurately encode the audio or video data. Higher bits are used in more difficult to encode passages and lower in less demanding passages.
music  bowie  70s  SBD  bootlegs  download 
21 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Led Zeppelin - Earl's Court 1975 Official Programme Book
Led Zeppelin
Earl's Court 1975 Official Programme 
16 full scanned pages : JPG files : Size 3 MB
music  ledzep  concert  70s  download  books 
21 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: Police, The - Lost BBC Studio Tapes 78~79 (MQ007) [SBD]
The Police
'Lost BBC Studio Tapes 78~79' 
(1998 MasqueraD : MQ007)
Soundboard Recordings
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3
Tracks 1-4: John Peel Session 1978
Tracks 5-7: Capital Radio Session 1979
Tracks 8-13: BBC In Concert 1979
Tracks 14-16: Melbourne 1981
Track 17: Unknown, but believed to be Fat Cats, Miami, May.04.1979.
music  70s  punk_rock  bootlegs  bbc  radio  download  police  SBD 
22 days ago by rgl7194
RELIQUARY: AC-DC [1974.03.13] In The Beginning (Sydney, Australia) LAF271
'In The Beginning'
(2006 Lost And Found : LAF271)
Hampton Court Hotel, Sydney, Australia
Wednesday March 13th, 1974
Good Audience Recording
The Complete Show
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3
Dave Evans - Vocals
Angus Young - Guitar
Malcolm Young - Guitar
Neil Smith - Bass
Noel Tylor - Drums
This is the earliest-known AC/DC show to surface. Apparently recorded from the audience by a friend of Dave Evans, the original singer. Sound quality is pretty good under the circumstances. A lot of cover versions, some early versions of songs later recorded in the studio, and one otherwise unknown song called "Stay for a While", presumably an original. And you hear the self-effacing Malcolm singing! -BootlegZone.com
music  hard_rock  australia  bootlegs  download  70s 
23 days ago by rgl7194
When Blood On The Tracks was released in 1975, it was quickly acclaimed as one Dylan’s best albums, and it has only grown in stature of over time. Quite simply, it is one of rock’s most personal, painful and best albums ever released. At the time Dylan had this to say about the album, “A lot of people tell me they enjoyed that album. It’s hard for me to relate to that – I mean, people enjoying that type of pain.” Perhaps ‘enjoy’ is the wrong word, but one thing is for sure, Blood On The Tracks is a classic album.  The other interesting fact about Blood On The Tracks, is that it was Dylan’s first album for Columbia records after he had left for Asylum Records for two releases. Columbia must have been very happy he returned with this one.
Here we are 44 years later and Dylan, in continuing with his brilliant ‘Bootleg’ series, (Number 14 for those keeping count) and he has finally released just about everything committed to tape in the studio for the album Blood on The Tracks, and the world is a much better place for it. I think Dylan fans have been waiting for this album for a long time. A lot of the material has been written about, almost in mythological proportions, and maybe some were doubting it existed. It does exist, and here it is for all to enjoy.
music  dylan  box_set  bootlegs  70s  review 
25 days ago by rgl7194
Review: Bob Dylan’s ‘More Blood, More Tracks’ is a Fascinating Deep Dive Into the Making of a Masterpiece – Rolling Stone
This boxset reissue of ‘Blood on the Tracks’ shows the meticulous process that went into creating his deeply personal 1975 album.
Released on January 20th, 1975, Blood on the Tracks was many records – in conception, execution and rapid change of mind – on its way to canonization: Bob Dylan’s greatest album of the Seventies and, as much as the singer has denied it since, the most emotionally direct body of songs he has ever committed to a single LP. It was an album born amid a crisis of family, largely composed in retreat – on Dylan’s farm in Minnesota – and initially recorded in New York as his nine-year marriage to the former Sara Lowndes broke down. Blood on the Tracks was also saved, appropriately, by family. David Zimmerman, Dylan’s younger brother, arranged the last-minute sessions in Minneapolis with local musicians that became half of the final sequence.
All but five of the 87 tracks on the six-CD super-forensic edition of More Blood, More Tracks comprise the entirety of Dylan’s sessions in mid-September, 1974 at A&R Studios – the former Columbia facility where he made his first albums a decade earlier – as he wrestles with the bones and language of his new songs, across a range of acute reflection and romantic turmoil. Over two CDs from September 16th alone, Dylan runs through eight of the eventual album’s ten songs in a variety of tests. They include the barbed farewell in “You’re a Big Girl Now” and the crime-and-revenge allegory “Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts,” both solo and acoustic, as if it was still 1963; the warm resignation of “Simple Twist of Fade” with Eric Weissberg’s progressive-country band Deliverance; and “Idiot Wind,” Dylan’s jeremiad at its most stark and seething over just his guitar and a bass.
music  dylan  box_set  bootlegs  70s  review 
25 days ago by rgl7194

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