Thursday, February 23, 2017

NEW: Keith Richards "Origin Of The Species" - 1DVD - 2016 BBC Special

Keith Richards
Origin of the Species
A Documentary Film by Julian Temple
First broadcast on BBC2 Saturday July 23, 2016

BBC2 DVB-C Virgin Tivo>LG Stand Alone DVD rec>PC>Fully authored using Magix MEP.

A Documentay split into 12 chapters
Run time:- 01:00:05

Some words from the BBC:
This is the story - filmed by acclaimed director, Julien Temple - of Keith Richards’ formative years during the post-war period, and an exploration of how they impacted his life, and influenced the 60s and the decades that followed.
Unlike other recent films, which have tended to view Keith through an American lens, Julien’s film situates him within an English perspective. Focussing on the lost world of Keith's childhood and adolescence between 1945 - 1962, it brings the extraordinary times and place in which he grew up vividly back to life.
Keith's favourite-ever gig found him singing in front of the Queen at Westminster Abbey as a choirboy aged 12. But when his voice broke, he and his best friends were thrown out of the choir and forced to repeat a school year to make up for all the lessons they had missed. Keith describes the cathartic effect of hearing raw blues and unadulterated rock'n'roll on imported albums for the very first time.
Keith speaks with hard-fought experience and authority on the wider preconditions of the 40s and 50s - rationing, austerity and the end of national service amongst them. His oak-aged drawl tells the story of how he escaped into London on long night walks with his grandfather Gus through the bomb-scarred streets.
Keith revisits those same London streets, as well as Dartford, its High Street, and Sidcup Art College where he learnt to play the guitar. Weaving together both high and low culture of the period, The Origin Of The Species brings to life the emerging forces of those post-war years that so spectacularly coalesced in the 1960s.


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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Philadelphia 2013 - 2CD - June 21

The Rolling Stones
Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, PA
June 21, 2013

Neumann KM150's>Sound Devices MP-2>Sony PCM-M10 (24 Bit/48khz) Recorded from Last Row in the fucking building, dead fucking center.


Setlist:

01 Intro
02 Get Off Of My Cloud
03 It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
04 Paint It Black
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Under The Boardwalk (with Aaron Neville)
07 When The Whip Comes Down
08 Emotional Rescue
09 Doom And Gloom
10 One More Shot
11 Can’t You Hear Me Knocking (with Mick Taylor)
12 Honky Tonk Women
13 Band Introduction
14 You Got The Silver (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
15 Happy (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
16 Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
17 Miss You
18 Start Me Up
19 Tumbling Dice
20 Brown Sugar
21 Sympathy For The Devil

Encore:

22 You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with The Crossing choir)
23 Jumpin’ Jack Flash
24 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)

                     

RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Chicago 2013 - 2CD - May 31

Rolling Stones
United Center
Chicago, IL
Friday May 31, 2013

Mick Jagger: vocals, harmonica, guitar
Keith Richards: guitar, vocals
Ronnie Wood: guitar
Charlie Watts: drums
Darryl Jones: bass
Bobby Keys: tenor/baritone sax
Tim Ries: sax
Chuck Leavell: keys, vocals
Lisa Fischer: bg vocals
Bernard Fowler: bg vocals

Guests:
Mick Taylor: guitar (Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Midnight Rambler, Satisfaction)
Sheryl Crow: vocals (All Down The Line)
Roosevelt University Conservatory Chorus: vocals (You Can't Always Get What You Want)

Set:
01 -intro-
02 Get Off Of My Cloud
03 It's Only Rock'N Roll
04 Paint It Black
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Shine A Light
07 Emotional Rescue
08 All Down The Line [Sheryl Crow guest vocal]
09 Doom And Gloom
10 One More Shot
11 Can't You Hear Me Knocking [w/Mick Taylor]
12 Honky Tonk Women
13 -band introductions/Happy Birthday-
14 You Got The Silver [Keith vocal]
15 Happy [Keith vocal]
16 Midnight Rambler [w/Mick Taylor]
17 Miss You
18 Start Me Up
19 Tumbling Dice
20 Brown Sugar
21 Sympathy For The Devil
--
22 You Can't Always Get What You Want
23 Jumping Jack Flash
24 Satisfaction [w/Mick Taylor]


Runtime: 2:28:48

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RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Anaheim 2013 - 2CD - May 15

Rolling Stones
Live at The Honda Center
Anaheim, CA
2013 05-15

Genre: Rock
Audience Tape:  A
Mikes:  Schoeps mk4 > Actives > NBox >
Recorder: Sony M-10
Location: 9th Row Center
Recorded by Scooter123

Tapers Notes:

Mick and The Boys visit Orange County.  As has been the custom for these California shows, John
Mayer and Mick Taylor guest star.  The guys were having a great time, with shit eating grins and
hugs throughout the show.  My neighbors were especially polite, with no clappers, screamers, or
singalongs, so I gave this an A+ rating, but bear in mind it is an arena, and while I was very close
in, arenas have that certain sound, so you might consider this really an "A"  No worries, either way.

"Hello Anaheim, Orange County.  It's great to be here.  This place is just like Los Angeles, except
everyone has dogs."  Mick Jagger, May 15, 2013


Set List:

01. Intro
02. Get Off of My Cloud
03. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
04. Paint It Black
05. Gimme Shelter
06. Rocks Off
07. Waiting on a Friend
08. Champaign and Reefer*
09. Emotional Rescue
10. Doom and Gloom
11. One More Shot
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. Band introductions
14. Before They Make Me Run
15. Happy
16. Midnight Rambler**
17. Miss You
18. Start Me Up
19. Tumbling Dice
20. Brown Sugar
21. Sympathy for the Devil

22. Crowd
22. You Can't Always Get What You Want***
24. Jumpin' Jack Flash
25. Satisfaction**

TT:  2:24

Personnel:

Mick Jagger, Vocals, Guitar
Keith Richards, Vocals, Guitar
Ron Wood, Vocals, Guitar
Charlie Watts, Drums

Darryl Jones, Bass
Lisa Fisher, Vocals,Percussion
Bernard Fowler, Vocals, Percussion
Chuck Leavel, Keyboards
Tim Reese,  Alton Sax
Bobby Keys, Tenor Sax

John Mayer, Guitar*
Mick Taylor, Guitar**

Matt Clifford, French Horn***
USC Chamber Singers, Vocals***

                     

RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in San Jose 2013 - 2CD - May 8

Rolling Stones
Shark Tank
San Jose, Ca
May 8, 2013

Recorded by Daspyknows

Recorded Section 2, Row 31 Seat 9
Schoeps MK4 w/NBox Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K

Master 2013.06

01. Intro
02. Get Off of My Cloud
03. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
04. Paint It Black
05. It's All Over Now (The Valentinos cover) (with John Fogerty)
06. Gimme Shelter
07. No Expectations
08. Let It Bleed (with Bonnie Raitt)
09. Emotional Rescue
10. Bitch
11. One More Shot
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. Band introductions
14. Before They Make Me Run
15. Happy
16. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
17. Miss You
18. Start Me Up
19. Tumbling Dice
20. Brown Sugar
21. Sympathy for the Devil
22. Encore:
23. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with the San Jose State University Choraliers and Matt Clifford on french horn)
24. Jumpin' Jack Flash
25. Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)

Day starts with an email that tells me my Oakland recording has been remastered and hosted on a site
I was not comfortable with. After some discussion, there was resolution on where/how this recording
will be publicly shared that is satisfactory to all.  Then off to SF to pick up two friends for the
drive.  Put Oakland in the car stereo for the drive down and We lucked out with traffic. Arrived by
5:30, connected up with my fellow tapers and listened to rest of show on car battery.  Suddenly I
discovered I drained my battery.  We were able to get a jump pretty easily since I had a few sets of
Oakland burned.  Charged the battery and got in when doors opened.  My friends had $85 mystery tickets
and scored the pit so everyone was happy.  During Paint it Black through Gimme Shelter the guy to my
right kept accidently elbowing me right where I had my recorder so I finally typed a message in my phone
asking him to be careful as I was taping and I'd give him my last copy of Oakland.  You may hear him tell
his buddy I was taping.  He was good after that.  Amazing show, far better than Oakland.  Very nice
recording but not quite as good as Roger Waters from the same venue.
                 
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RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Oakland 2013 - 2CD - May 5

Rolling Stones
Oracle Arena
Oakland, Ca
May 5, 2013

Recorded by Daspyknows

Recorded Section 219, Row 15 Seat 5 (Nosebleeds)
Schoeps MK4 w/RBox Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K

Master 2013.05

01. Intro
02. Get Off of My Cloud
03. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
04. Live with Me
05. Paint It Black
06. Gimme Shelter
07. Little Red Rooster (Willie Dixon cover) (with Tom Waits)
08. Dead Flowers
09. Emotional Rescue
10. All Down the Line
11. Doom and Gloom
12. One More Shot
13. Honky Tonk Women
14. Band Intros
15. Before They Make Me Run
16. Happy
17. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
18. Miss You
19. Start Me Up
20. Tumbling Dice
21. Brown Sugar
22. Sympathy for the Devil
23. Crowd
24. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with the San Jose State University Choraliers)
25. Jumpin' Jack Flash
26. Satisfaction

Wasn't planning on doing this show since I just hate going to shows at this
venue for many reasons and I spent big bucks on the prime taping seats for
San Jose.  I had dinner plans with a special friend of mine so had planned
to just stop by to cach soundcheck and see another taper friend. As the day
passed my friend was mia so as I left for the arena I figured I would take
my gear and see what happened.  I knew there were lots of tickets but didn't
want to spend $600 more. Checked box office and they had cheaper lowers but
still $150 and far back.  Checked again an hour later and they had 3rd row
on side (too close), Finally, third time had the $85 seats so I bought one.
When doors were about to open I went to one entrance prepared (I thought) for
metal detectors and ran into an old client/friend.  Chatted and waited for
doors to open.  First try got rejected so bailed and went to the front entrance.
I watched and picked the line, basically a game of reverse russian roulette. I
thought I was caught as they made me remove my decoy pack and I went through
metal detector again.  It flashes so they have a guy with the wand.  He does
everywhere but where the gear is stashed so I was in.  Found my friends and
told them I was good.  Met up with a few others and went to my seats.  On the
side above the PA.  Once show started it was easy up there.  No securiy so
people even smoking cigarettes (yuk).  I figured recording would be horrible
but its not bad.  I would put it a 6/10 or 7/10 but when I see other uploads
made with iPhones or Zoom H2's with internal mics recorded from the rasters
rated 9/10 I would put this as a 12/10 and my friend's recording (better source)
is a 19/10.  He had first song issues so this will patch his recording. I'm
ready for San Jose.
                 
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RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Los Angeles 2013 - 2CD - May 3

ROLLING STONES
LOS ANGELES, CA @ STAPLES CENTER
2013-05-03

audience recording

01. -intro-
02. Get Off My Cloud
03. The Last Time
04. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll
05. Paint It Black
06. Gimme Shelter
07. Wild Horses (with Gwen Stefani)
08. Factory Girl
09. Emotional Rescue
10. Respectable (with Keith Urban)
11. Doom And Gloom
12. One More Shot
13. Honky Tonk Women
14. -band introductions-
15. Before They Make Me Run
16. Happy
17. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
18. Miss You
19. Start Me Up
20. Tumbling Dice
21. Brown Sugar
22. Sympathy For The Devil
23. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with choir)
24. Jumpin' Jack Flash
25. Satisfaction

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