Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Christian Death - Whiskey, Los Angeles 11-13-81

This is a good sounding audience recording. Can anyone name the unknown song title?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Cavity - First Communion
02. Spiritual Cramp
03. Deathwish
04. Desperate Hell
05. Skeleton Kiss
06. Romeo's Distress
07. Dream For Mother
08. Dogs
09. Figurative Theatre
10. Burnt Offerings
11. Resurrection - Sixth Communion

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Fear - Starwood, Los Angeles 4-23-80

This is an audience recording. Unfortunately, it is incomplete and runs off during the last song. But still there are a couple of rare songs.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. I Love Living In The City
02. No More Nothing
03. Waiting For The Meat
04. Strangulation
05. Camarillo
06. I Can't Wait To Drop The Big One
07. title unknown
08. We Destroy The Family
09. Beef Baloney
10. Let's Have A War

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Plugz - Los Angeles CA 1978 + 1979

Both of these shows are audience recordings.Can anyone fill in the song titles?

@ Suburban Lawn's Party, Long Beach CA 12-16-78:
01. title unknown
02. Adolescent
03. title unknown
04. Satisfied Die
05. Electrify Me
06. The Cause
07. Let Go
08. title unknown
09. A Gain A Loss
10. title unknown
11. Wordless
12. Strange Love
13. La Bamba

@ The Squeeze, Los Angeles 8-14-79: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. Adolescent
03. Scott's Anonymous
04. A Gain A Loss
05. Gas Line
06. Electrify Me
07. title unknown
08. Let Go
09. title unknown
10. The Cause
11. Wordless
12. title unknown
13. Braintime
14. La Bamba
15. Strange Love
16. Cesar's Song

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Eyes - Masque, Los Angeles 11-01-77

The Eyes were one of L.A.s early Punk bands and are probably most known for the fact that Charlotte Caffey, who made it big with the Go Gos, was an original member. This original line up only released one song on the What Records 7" ep sampler in 1978 ( One further studio track from this line up was released on the What? Stuff compilation CD in 1998 ( In 1996 a six song live set, recorded in early 1978, was released in the Live From The Masque vol. 3 CD. This live set features 4 of the songs that have been released plus a Sonny & Cher cover and five songs that haven't been heard anywhere else. This is an audience recording and the sound quality is good. Even thought the tape says 11-01-77, I believe this show happened December 21, 1977, same show as the Flesheaters show I posted a while ago.

Recent reunion show clip:

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Little Girl From Hell
02. Don't Talk To Me
03. Go Go Bee
04. title unknown
05. Eniwetok
06. title unknown
07. title unknown
08. title unknown
09. I Got You Babe
10. Kill Your Parents
11. She's Dead
12. Kill Your Parents

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Gun Club - Minneapolis + Rochester 1982

Both these shows are audience recordings. The Minneapolis show is a bit muddy and the vocals are low in the mix. The Rochester show is a much clearer recording. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

Gun Club gigography:

@ 1st Ave., Minneapolis 3-10-82: [from cassette tape]
01. Strange Fruit + Fire Of Love
02. Brother And Sister
03. Like Calling Up Thunder
04. Goodbye Johnny
05. John Hardy
06. Bad Indian
07. Preaching The Blues
08. Jack On Fire
09. A Devil In The Woods
10. For The Love Of Ivy + She's Like Heroin To Me
11. Keep A Knockin'
@ Scorgies, Rochester NY 4-28-82: [from cassette tape]
01. Strange Fruit + Fire Of Love
02. Texas Serenade
03. Brother And Sister
04. Like Calling Up Thunder
05. John Hardy
06. Cool Drink Of Water
07. Fire Spirit
08. Preaching The Blues
09. Sex Beat
10. Goodbye Johnny
11. Ghost On The Highway
12. Keep A Knockin'
13. For The Love Of Ivy

Thursday, June 16, 2016

X - Whiskey, Los Angeles 4-80

For the release of their first album, X performed a series of shows at the Whiskey in Hollywood with a few special guests. On this show, Ray Manzarek who was a member of the Doors and producer of the bands album, plays on a few songs, along with Top Jimmy. Billy Zoom also sings on Whole Lotta Lovin' and Bad Boy. It's an audience recording and the sound quality is good.

01. Year 1
02. Los Angeles
03. Sex And Dying In High Society
04. Your Phone's Off The Hook, But You're Not
05. Sugarlight
06. Unheard Music
07. When Our Love Passed Out On The Couch
08. Whole Lotta Lovin’ 1
09. Whole Lotta Lovin’ 2
10. Bad Boy
11. Soul Kitchen
12. Johny Hit And Run Paulene
13. We're Desperate
14. Nausea (w/Ray Manzarek)
15. The World's A Mess; It's In My Kiss  (w/Ray Manzarek)
16. Roadhouse Blues (w/Ray Manzarek and Top Jimmy)
17. Good Rockin' Tonight (w/Ray Manzarek and Top Jimmy)

Minutemen - KPFK, Los Angeles 1982 + 1985

Both of these are radio broadcasts and have excellent sound quality. Two songs, tracks 2 and 16, from the 1982 show were officially released in 1984 on The Politics Of Time LP. The 1985 broadcast is the complete show but there is a tape flip after Cheerleaders  so a second or two of the beginning of Maybe Partying Will Help is missing. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

@ KPFK, Los Angeles 11-27-82: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. The Process
03. Ain't Talkin About Love
04. Sell Or Be Sold
05. Mutiny In Jonestown
06. Life As A Rehearsal
07. Beacon Sighted Through Fog
08. The Tin Roof
09. The Only Minority
10. East Wind/Faith
11. Black Sheep
12. Cut
13. Joy
14. More Joy
15. Pure Joy
16. Joy Jam
17. Fake Contest
18. Sickles and Hammers
19. Polarity
20. Split Red
21. The Maze
22. Plight
23. One Chapter In The Book
24. The Anchor
25. Paranoid Chant
26. dj outro

@ KPFK, Los Angeles 7-18-85: [from cassette tape]
01). Badges
02). Anxious Mofo
03). Toadies
04). The Big Foist
05). Retreat
06). Corona
07). Fake Contest
08). Beacon Sight Through Fog
09). The Only Minority
10). Do You Want New Wave Or Do You Want the Truth?
11). King Of The Hill
12). Hey Lawdy Mama
13). Cheerleaders
14). Maybe Partying Will Help
15). Time
16). Ack Ack Ack
17). Ain’t Talkin’ ‘bout Love
18). This Ain’t No Picnic
19). History Lesson (pt. 2)
20). Little Man With A Gun in His Hand
21). Green River
22). The Red & The Black