1. Focus III (3:54)
2. Answers? Questions! Questions? Answers! (11:38)
3. Focus II (4:27)
4. Eruption: (8:29)
5. Hocus Pocus (8:29)
6. Sylvia (2:48)
7. Hocus Pocus (reprise) (2:47)
2. Give it Back
3. You're Humbugin'Me
4. Don't Take Advantage Of Me
5. Red House
6. Mojo Boogie
7. Stranger Blues
8. Johnny B. Goode
9. Serious As A Heart Attack
11. Jumpin' Jack Flash
Conté coberta i contracoberta
Dedicat als amics de CarreteraSinFin (vaig conèixer al gran Jimmy al concert de Dickey Betts a Barcelona, ara falta conèixer a l'altre 50% del blog), l'últim treball dels sempre interesants Widespread Panic.
01-Boom boom boom
02-Walk on the flood
03-Angles on high
05-Ticle the truth
08-Dark day program
09-Her dance needs no body
11-Up all night
01 - Songs From The Wood
02 - Crossfire
03 - Heavy Horses
04 - Protect And Survive
05 - Band Intros
06 - Whirling Pits
07 - Pinbroch - Black Satin Dancer
08 - Bungle In The Jungle
09 - Aqualung
10 - Minstrel In The Gallery
11 - Locomotive Breath - Black Sunday
Primera part d'aquest concert, gravat a Alemanya pocs dies després d'editar "Broadsword and the Beast". D'una qualitat de so excepcional, aquest bootleg també circula amb el nom de Superstars in Concert o Beast.
Supergroups in Concert
Frieberg, Ravensberg, Stuttgart - Germany
28/04/1982 - 30/04/1982
01 - Intro
02 - The Clasp
03 - Hunting Girl
04 - Fallen On Hard Times
05 - Pussy Willow
06 - Broadsword
07 - One Brown Mouse
08 - Seal Driver
09 - Watching You Watching Me
10 - Weathercock-Fire At Midnigt
11 - Keyboard-Percussion Duet
12 - Sweet Dream
Rip a 192
Inclou coberta i contracoberta
A mida que tingui temps (bastant fomut ho tinc), aniré pujant una serie de bootlegs de Jethro Tull que he anat aconseguint al llarg dels anys. Alguns sonen millor que d'altres, però no està de més tenir-los per completar la discografia d'Anderson, Barre i companyia.
One Flute Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Live at Wembley Stadium
1 de setembre de 1990
Thick As A Brick
Living In The Past
Serenade To A Cuckoo /
Pussy Willow, Pibroch (medley)
Bourée, My God (medley)
Too Old To Rock'n'Roll; Too Old To Die
Conté coberta i contracoberta
03.-Skip the Goodbyes
04.-See You in Sydney
09.-Memory of Your Smile
11.-Lonely and Low
A peticio de l'amic Dr. Bigsound de la web EntreAMiMente, torno a repujar aquest magnífic concert dels indispensables Jayhawks:
Salut i a disfrutar-lo.
Desgraciadament, el càncer s'ha emportat al cel dels rockers al magnífic Jeff Healey quan nomès tenía 41 anys. Ens deixa un grapat de bons discs que recomano des d'aquest blog i la versió del "While my guitar gently weeps" que hem tingut l'oportunitat d'escoltar en més d'una ocasió al nostre programa. Una autèntica llàstima la desaparició d'aquest home honest i apassionat de la música.
I no em refereixo a Macca i la famosa llegenda urbana, sinó a Paul Cole, l'home que surt a la dreta de la coberta de l'Abbey Road.
Paul Cole, man on Beatles' 'Abbey Road' cover, dies
By Bill DeYoung Friday,
February 15, 2008
BAREFOOT BAY — Paul Cole was in one of the most famous photographs of the
20th century, and yet he wasn't famous.
Cole, a longtime Barefoot Bay
resident, died Wednesday in Pensacola at age 96. He is clearly seen in the famous shot of the Beatles walking across London's Abbey Road, used as the front cover of the group's classic 1969 album, "Abbey Road." Over the years, the picture has been reproduced in books, on posters, coffee mugs, T-shirts and hundreds of other places.
The retired salesman is standing on the sidewalk, just behind the Beatles. Gawking at them.
In a 2004 interview with Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, Cole explained how he came to be there at that precise moment.
On a London vacation with his wife, Cole — then a resident of Deerfield Beach — declined to enter a museum on the north London thoroughfare.
"I told her, 'I've seen enough museums. You go on in, take your time and look around and so on, and I'll just stay out here and see what's going on outside,'" he recalled.
Parked just outside was a black police van. "I like to just start talking with people," Cole said. "I walked out, and that cop was sitting there in that police car. I just started carrying on a conversation with him. I was asking him about all kinds of things, about the city of London and the traffic control, things like that. Passing the time of day."
In the picture, Cole is standing next to the police van.
It was 10 a.m., Aug. 8, 1969. Photographer Iain McMillan was on a stepladder in the middle of the street, photographing the four Beatles as they walked, single-file, across Abbey Road, John Lennon in his famous white suit, Paul McCartney without shoes. The entire shoot lasted 10 minutes.
"I just happened to look up, and I saw those guys walking across the street like a line of ducks," Cole remembered. "A bunch of kooks, I called them, because they were rather radical-looking at that time. You didn't walk around in London barefoot."
About a year later, Cole first noticed the "Abbey Road" album on top of the family record player (his wife was learning to play George Harrison's love song "Something" on the organ). He did a double-take when he eyeballed McMillan's photo.
"I had a new sportcoat on, and I had just gotten new shell-rimmed glasses before I left," he says. "I had to convince the kids that that was me for a while. I told them, 'Get the magnifying glass out, kids, and you'll see it's me.'"
1. All At Once
2. Sleep Through the Static
6. If I Had Eyes
7. Same Girl
8. What You Thought You Needed
10. Go On
11. They Do They Don't
12. While We Wait
14. Losing Keys
A Christmas Song
Once in Royal David's City stood a lowly cattle shed
where a mother laid her baby
You'd do well to remember the things He later said
When you're stuffing yourselves at the Christmas parties
you'll laugh when I tell you to take a running jump.
You're missing the point I'm sure does not need making;
that Christmas spirit is not what you drink.
So how can you laugh when your own mother's hungry
and how can you smile when the reasons for smiling are wrong?
And if I messed up your thoughtless pleasures,
remember, if you wish, this is just a Christmas song.
Hey, Santa... pass us that bottle, will you?
Bones festes i pau còsmica.