Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Fleshtones - Acoustilog Studios, NYC 10-30-80

This show was recorded in New York City but broadcast on French radio. The sound quality is excellent.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Introduction
02. American Beat
03. All Around The World
04. Critical List
05. Shadow Line
06. Fascination
07. Girl From Baltimore
08. Cold Cold Shoes
09. Super Vindicators
10. Shake
11. I'm Back
12. Shake It Babe

Dictators - Rochester 1977 + Cincinnati 1978

The Rochester show is a radio broadcast and the Cincinnati show is a soundboard recording. Both shows have excellent sound quality.


@ WCMF, Rochester, NY 7-06-77: [from cassette tape]
01. Science Gone Too Far
02. The Next Big Thing
03. Young, Fast, Scientific
04. Hey Boys
05. Steppin' Out
06. Disease
07. Search & Destroy
08. Ross The Boss Solo
09. Two Tub Man
10. instrumental


@ Cincinnati Ohio 9-26-78: [from cassette tape]
01. Faster & Louder
02. Stay With Me
03. No Tomorrow
04. The Next Big Thing
05. The Moon Upstairs
06. (I Live For) Cars And Girls
07. I Stand Tall
08. Ross The Boss solo
09. Two Tub Man
10. Search & Destroy

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Ramones - Showplace, Dover NJ 9-19-76

This show is an audience recording. The band played two shows in 1976 at the Showplace in Dover New Jersey. The first was June 10 and the second was September 19. I'm not sure this show was recorded on either of those dates because Joey introduces I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend as the next single, and California Sun as the b-side of the next single. That suggests, according to the gigography, this show is from CBGB  January 30 or 31, 1976 of February 1, 1976 because that single was released in February 1976. Anyone have other ideas? Track 14 cuts off and the beginning of track 15 is cut off probably due to tape flip. Sound quality is good.

gigography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Ramones_concerts#1976

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Loudmouth
02. Beat On The Brat
03. Blitzkrieg Bop
04. I Remember You
05. Glad To See You Go
06. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
07. 53rd & 3rd
08. I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend
09. Havana Affair
10. Listen To My Heart
11. California Sun
12. Judy Is A Punk
13. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
14. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World [cut]
15. Babysitter  [cut]
16. Commando
17. Oh Oh I Love Her So
18. Let's Dance
19. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
20. Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World

Bad Brains - 1979 + 1983

The Max's show is a soundboard recording. The first song is the last song of the first set and the rest is the second set. My cassette dates the show as 2-79 but some expert somewhere has determined this show is actually from the December date I am using. There's a bootleg of the complete first set around. Does anyone have it? Sound quality is mostly excellent. The 1983 show is also a soundboard recording with excellent sound quality. Can anyone identify the location and exact date.

website: http://maxskansascity.com/maxs-icon-bad-brains/


@ Max's, NYC 12-16-79: [from cassette tape]
01. I [1st set]
02. Don’t Need It [2nd set]
03. At The Atlantis
04. Pay To Cum
05. Supertouch-Shitfit
06. The Regulator
07. Why'd You Have To Go
08. Don't Bother Me
09. Success
10. Banned In D.C.
11. Big Takeover
12. Stay Close To Me
13. Attitude
14. Happy Birthday Earl
15. You're A Migraine
16. Just Another Damn Song
17. The Man Won't Annoy Ya
18. Redbone In The City
19. I


@ unknown location 1983: [from cassette tape]
01. Rally Round Jah Throne
02. I Luv I Jah
03. The Meek
04. I And I Survive
05. I Against I
06. Coptic Times
07. Destroy Babylon
08. Joshua's Song
09. We Will Not

Dead Boys - Max's, NYC 1976-1977

Both of these shows are audience recordings. I got them from one of the guys involved in taping them. One of the guys kept the originals and he first copied them onto 8-track tape and from that onto cassette tape. So my tape is 3rd generation. There's no date on the tape only that it's from Max's during the long hair days. The first song of the first show has been posted on Youtube by Johnny Blitz and he dates the show to the date I am using. The second show is on the same tape but must be from later in 1977 because they plays the songs in the order of how they appear on the album and someone in the audience is yelling for them to play Anarchy In The UK to which Stiv replies Johnny Rotten is in the audience. So, this show must be from CBGB sometime around the time the first album was released in October. Anyone else have any ideas? Sound quality is good on both.

gigography: http://deadboysbootlegs.webs.com/gighistory.htm
video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfIaF_l5Kog

@ Max's, NYC 10-31-76: [from cassette tape]
01. Don't Mind Rockin' Tonite
02. Little Girl
03. High Tension Wire
04. What Love Is
05. I Need Lunch
06. Down In Flames

@ Max's, NYC 1977: [from cassette tape]
01. Sonic Reducer
02. All This And More
03. What Love Is
04. Not Anymore
05. Ain't Nothin' To Do
06. Caught With The Meat In Your Mouth
07. I Need Lunch

Friday, September 22, 2017

New York Dolls - Yellow Balloon, Syracuse NY 9-28-74

Here's an audience recording by a legendary band. The nice surprise here is the playing of a new song titled Teenage News which was never properly recorded by The Dolls. Peter Jordan plays bass on this and Buddy Bowser plays sax. The aborted version of Trash happened because the electric shorted out. There is a bit of distortion during the first songs but sound quality is good.

setlist:
01. Something Else
02. Looking For A Kiss
03. Who Are The Mystery Girls
04. Stranded In The Jungle
05. Pills
06. Personality Crisis
07. Puss'n' Boots
08. Trash [aborted]
09. Trash
10. Chatterbox
11. I Ain't Got No Home
12. It's Too Late [cut]
13. Teenage News
14. 32-20 Blues [Robert Johnson]
15. Back In The USA
16. I Don't Know Baby
17. Human Being

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Misfits - Washington DC 1982

Here's two show from Washington DC. The first set of the 9:30 show is a soundboard recording while the 2nd set is an audience recording. The 1st set has excellent sound and the audience has good sound. The Wilson Centre show I believe is also a soundboard recording with very good sound quality.

@ 9:30 Club, Washington DC 2-28-82:
set 1:
01. Demonomania
02. 20 Eyes
04. Horror Business
05. Vampira
06. Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?
07. London Dungeon
08. Nike A Go Go
09. Night Of The Living Dead
10. All Hell Breaks Loose
11. Halloween
12. We Are 138

set 2:
01. Hate Breeders
02. We Bite
03. I Turned Into A Martian
04. Where Eagles Dare
05. Queen Wasp
06. Die Die My Darling
07. Horror Hotel
08. Ghouls Night Out
09. Devils Whorehouse
10. Attitude
11. Braineaters
12. Bullet

@ Wilson Center, Washington DC 10-22-82:
01. Night Of The Living Dead
02. 20 Eyes
03. I Turned Into A Martian
04. Mommy, Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight?
05. Attitude
06. Demonomania
07. Horror Business
08. Skulls
09. Nike A Go Go
10. All Hell Breaks Loose
11. Halloween
12. Devils Whorehouse
13. Hate Breeders
14. We Are 138

Action Swingers - CBGB, NYC 3-07-92

Action Swingers were a band from New York City that featured members from Pussy Galore, Unsane and Sonic Youth and were apart of the emerging Rawk/Grunge sound. They made two albums and a few singles in the early 1990s. This show is an audience recording and has good sound quality.

video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAa7Br58wS0

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Kicked In The Head
02. You Want My Action
03. Hot Rock Action
04. title unknown
05. Song
06. Instrumental
07. I'm Sick
08. title unknown
09. I'm Dead
10. Bum My Trip

Unsane - Club Heidelberg, Ann Arbor MI 4-20-93

Apparently this is the whole show - three songs in 13 minutes. It's an audience recording with good sound quality. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown

STP - demo 1990

STP were an all-girl Grunge band from New York City and featured ex-members of the Dust Devils, Pussy Galore, and Honeymoon Killers. They only existed a short time and managed to only release one 7inch ep. Tracks 1-4 on this tape are the songs on that ep and tracks 5 and 7 have appeared on bootleg records. Sound quality is excellent.

video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=13&v=xLTI7iKRTb4
discography: https://www.discogs.com/artist/1296628-STP-5

track list: [from cassette tape]
01. Hey Bastard
02. Walking
03. 25 Miles
04. Safer
05. Sweet Man
06. So Calm
07. Yo Jackie Yo
08. #1 Super Freak
09. God Song
10. Funky Super Freak

Shockabilly - Joe's Star Lounge, Ann Arbor 8-26-83

coming soon

setlist: [from cassette tape]

Swans - Live and session 1988 + 1989 + 2017

coming soon

@ John Anson Ford Theater, Los Angeles 4-22-88: [from cassette tape]




@ Willem II, Den Bosch Holland 5-25-89: [from cassette tape]



@ Marc Riley Session 5-22-17
01. The Man Who Refused To Be Unhappy
02. The Glowing Man
03. Screen Shot

Swans - Live 1986 + 1987

The Deventer show is from a radio broadcast and has excellent sound quality.

@ Burgenweeshuis, Deventer Holland 2/20/86: [from cassette tape]
01. dj intro
02. Sealed In Skin
03. Anything For You
04. Money Is Flesh
05. dj outro

@ Errol's, Goteburg Sweden 9-22-87: [from cassette tape]

Sonic Youth - Gila Monster Fest, Lucerne Valley, CA 1-05-85

coming soon

setlist: [from cassette tape]

Sonic Youth/Lydia Lunch - University of London Union, London 5-23-86

The Lydia Lunch set is a spoken work piece. This is an audience recording and has good sound quality.

Lydia Lunch set: [from cassette tape]
01. Meat Meat Meat

Sonic Youth set: [from cassette tape]

Lydia Lunch - Live 1981

13.13 were fronted by Lydia Lunch and the backing band were three members of the Los Angeles band The Weirdos. They released one LP on the Ruby label. This live show is one continuous piece of music played for 30 minutes. I added track marks but don't know if I added them at the correct spots. Can someone who likes the band figure it out? It's an audience recording with good sound quality.

Lydia Lunch & 13.13 - Club 57, N.Y. 1981: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. title unknown
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
Lydia Lunch & Devil Dogs - Sala Della Provincia, Milano 2-24-81: [from cassette tape]





Idols - Max's Kansas City, NYC 5-03-78

I posted this show a few years back from a different source. This is an upgrade in sound quality. This was the first appearence of the Idols in New York. The band was formed in London by Barry Jones and Steve Dior on Guitars and Vocals. The drummer was Jerry Nolan from Dolls and Heartbreakers and the bass player on this show is introduced as Simon. They played a few shows in London before relocating to New York City when Jerry Nolan's visa expired. At the end of the summer Arthur Kane joined the band on bass and they backed up Sid Vicious at his New York shows. In 1979 they released their only single. Jones and Dior moved back to London in 1979 and renamed the band London Cowboys. This is an audience recording.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Biggest Splash
02. Girl That I Love
03. F.I.X.
04. Centerfold
05. Too Right Wing

Richard Hell & The Voidoids - CBGB, NYC 1978

This is a live radio broadcast from CBGB on WPIX New York. The DJ is Jane Hamburger. Sound quality is excellent.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Walking On The Water
02. Staring In Her Eyes
03. Blank Generation
04. dj outtro

Television - Live 1975 + 1977

These are both audience recordings. The CBGB show is an early show and features Richard Hell on bass and the band plays a very interesting version of Blank Generation. Sound quality is good. The Whisky show, I believe, was the one where the Damned were supposed to play but Television didn't want to play with them which resulted in the Damned later writing the song Idiot Box about it. Sound quality is good.


@ CBGB, NYC 3-23-75: [from cassette tape]
01. Fire Engine
02. Prove It
03. Venus De Milo
04. Friction
05. Blank Generation
06. Double Exposure

@ Whisky, Los Angeles 4-14-77: [from cassette tape]
01. See No Evil
02. Venus
03. Foxhole
04. Elevation
05. Friction
06. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
07. Marquee Moon

Milk 'N' Cookies - Whiskey, Los Angeles 8-10-77

Milk 'n' Cookies were a PowerPop band from New York City that formed in 1973. In 1974 they went to England. There Sal Maida, former bass player for Roxy Music, joined the band and they record their only album, which was released in 1975. By early 1977 guitarist Ian North left the band and eventually formed a new band called Neo who had two songs on the Live At The Vortex album released in 1977. Milk 'n' Cookies went back to the US and added two guitarist to replace Ian North. They played around for a year or so but never released another record. This show recorded in Los Angeles has them as the opening band for Ramones. The introduction is by Rodney Bingenheimer. No new songs are played but they do two covers, The Best Part Of Breakin' Up, a song by The Ronettes, which is introduced as a song from their upcoming single, and a Beatles cover of You Can't Do That. This is an audience recording and had good sound quality. I got this copy in a cdr swap about 8 years ago and, unfortunately, the first song skips.
 
setlist:
01. Chance To Play [1st set]
02. Just A Kid
03. Tinkertoy Tomorrow
04. (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up
05. The Last Letter
06. Buy This Record
07. (Dee Dee You're) Stuck On A Star [2nd set]
08. Just A Kid
09. Tinkertoy Tomorrow
10. (The Best Part Of) Breakin' Up
11. The Last Letter
12. On The Outs
13. You Can't Do That

Half Japanese - Brewery, Raleigh NC 7-10-88

1/2 Japanese are a really strange art Punk/off kilter Garage band who have been around since the mid-1970s and have released amny records since. Don Fleming plays with them on this recording. This is an audience recording. Sound quality is good. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. Nicole Told Me
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
07. Daytona Beach
08. title unknown
09. title unknown
10. title unknown
11. title unknown
12. Money To Burn
13. title unknown
14. You're Gonna Miss Me
15. title unknown
16. House Of Voodoo
17. title unknown
18. Vietnam
19. Hot Dog And Hot Damn

Scream - Live 1983

The DC show is an audience recording with good sound quality. The Winnipeg show is also an audience recording with good sound quality. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

@ 9:30 Club, Washington D.C. 3-20-83: [from cassette tape]
01. Solidarity
02. New Song
03. Laissez-Faire
04. Total Mash
05. Influenced
06. Piece Of Her Time
07. Human Behavior
08. Fight/ American Justice
09. This Side Up
10. Bedlam
11. Amerarockers
12. Cry Wolf
@ Ebony Hall, Winnipeg Canada 9-11-83: [from cassette tape]
01. Solidarity
02. Came Without Warning
03 Fight-American Justice
04. New Song
05. Who Knows - Who Cares
06. Laissez-Faire
07. title unknown
08. title unknown
09. Still Screaming
10. Amerarockers
11. Bedlam
12. Influenced
13. Bet You Never Thought
14. title unknown
15. U. Suck A. - We're Fed Up
16. Helter Skelter

B-52's - Max's, NYC 5-28-78

Here are the B-52's playing in front of a small audience in New York City when they were just starting out. This is an audience recording and has good sound quality.


set 1:
01. Planet Claire
02. Hero Worship
03. 52 Girls
04. Devil In My Car
05. Downtown
06. Lava
07. Rock Lobster

set 2:
01. Planet Claire
02. Hero Worship
03. 52 Girls
04. Devil In My Car
05. Downtown
06. Strobe Light
07. Rock Lobster
08. Runnin' Around

Sunday, January 8, 2017

Pere Ubu - New York 1977 + Cleveland 1978

The New York show is an audience recording. The 1st set is complete but the second set is missing most of the last song plus the songs Over My Head, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo and Life Stinks. Sound quality is good. The Cleveland show is a soundboard recording. The first two songs were released in 1981 on the 390 Degrees Of Simulated Stereo: Ubu Live Volume One LP. Sound quality is very good. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

@ Max's Kansas City, N.Y. 2-26-77: [from cassette tape]
01. Heart of Darkness [1st set]
02. Street Waves
03. The Modern Dance
04. Cloud 149
05. Laughing
06. Final Solution
07. Non-alignment Pact
08. My Dark Ages [2nd set]
09. Heaven
10. Sentimental Journey (cut)

@ WHK Auditorium, Cleveland 2-18-78: [from cassette tape]
01. Real World
02. My Dark Ages
03. title unknown
04. title unknown
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
07. title unknown
08. title unknown
09. On The Surface
10. title unknown

Dead Boys - CBGB, NYC 3-11-78

Here's the Dead Boys playing mostly songs from their forthcoming second album which during this show is announced as being titled Down To Kill. This is an audience recording with good sound quality

setlist:
01. Calling On You
02. Catholic Boy
03. Aint Nothing To Do
04. Ain't It Fun
05. Son Of Sam
06. Tell Me
07. All This And More
08. 3rd Generation Nation
09. Dead And Alive
10. Little Girl
11. Flame Thrower Love
12. I Won't Look Back
13. What Love Is

Cramps - Washington DC 1979 + Italy 1980

These shows are both audience recordings. The Washington DC show is two sets. Sound quality is good. The Milan show was recorded from the back of the hall so sounds a little distant and there is a lot of soccer chanting which sometimes competes with the band while they are playing. Sound quality is good. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

 info: http://georgetownvoice.com/2015/09/10/out-of-step-georgetowns-relationship-with-the-d-c-hardcore-punk-scene/

@Georgetown Hall Of Nations, Washington DC 2-03-79: [from cassette tape]
01. Human Fly (set 1)
02. The Way I Walk
03. Rocket In My Pocket
04. Problem Child
05. Voodoo Idol
06. I Was A Teenage Werewolf (aborted)
07. I Was A Teenage Werewolf
08. Sunglasses After Dark
09. Twist And Shout
10. Mystery Plane
11. Tear It Up
12. The Mad Daddy (set 2)
13. Everybody's Movin'
14. Weekend On Mars (aborted)
15. Weekend On Mars
16. Rockin' Bones
17. Zombie Dance (end part only)/Love Me
18. Domino
19. Subway Desire
20. I'm Cramped
21. Uranium Rock
22. Hungry (pt1)
23. Hungry (pt2)
24. TV Set
@ Palalido, Milan Italy 4-02-80: [from cassette tape]
01. Domino
02. Caveman
03. Zombie Dance
04. What's Behind The Mask
05. Strychnine
06. Garbageman
07. I Was A Teenage Werewolf
08. Sunglasses After Dark
09. I'm Cramped

L-Seven (Detroit) - Demo + Detroit 1982

This band were a part of the Detroit Punk scene in the early 1980s and featured one member who went on to become a member of the Laughing Hyenas. Before splitting up they managed to release one 7" ep. The demo has very good sound quality. The Detroit show was recorded from the audience and had good sound quality.

Discography: https://www.discogs.com/artist/559816-L-Seven
Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lETn1ZVr79E

@ Clubhouse  Demo 1982: [from cassette tape]
01. Mr. Hell
02. Poor Thing
03. New Song
04. Mental Game

@ Clutch Cargo's, Detroit 8-07-82: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. Secrets
03. title unknown
04. Mr. Hell
05. title unknown
06. Insanity
07. title unknown
08. Mental Game
09. Clear Vision [false start]
10. Clear Vision
11. title unknown
12. title unknown

MC5 - Unitarian Church, Detroit 9-08-68

This is a soundboard recording and the sound quality is very good. Various parts of this show have been released on vinyl and CD over the years but I don't have any of those releases so can't compare to see if there is anything here that is not out there.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. JC Crawford intro
02. Come Together
03. I Want You Right Now
04. I Believe To My Soul
05. Black To Comm

Dementia Precox - Starship Club, Milwaukee 4-23-82

Dementia Precox were from Ohio. At this show they opened for Wayne Kramer's Air-Raid. It's an audience recording and has good sound quality.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. title unknown
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
07. Dead On 2 Legs Luncheonette
08. title unknown
09. title unknown
10. Mines
11. title unknown
12. title unknown

Boy Dirt Car - Cafe Voltaire, Milwaukee 3-29-86

Noise Punk from Chicago area that had several releases between 1984-1988. Can anyone help with song titles?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. title unknown

Scratch Acid - Jockey Club, Newport KY 5-22-86

Scratch Acid were from Austin Texas and released two LPs in the years 1984 and 1984. Several members went on to form the band Jesus Lizard. This is an audience recording and quality is very good. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Monsters
02. Mess
03. Mess (cont.)
04. title unknown
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
07. title unknown
08. El Espectro
09. Cannibal
10. For Crying Out Loud
11. Crazy Dan
12. title unknown
13. Greatest Gift
14. She Said
15. title unknown
16. Owner's Lament

Dicks - Love Hall, Philadelphia 5-13-83

A famous band, a great recording. The Dicks Blues was an impromptu. A man walked in off the street, grabbed the mic, the Dicks played a blues jam, the mic holder sang along. That's the way it was in Philly in 1983. Everyone was given a chance.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. Bourgeois Fascist Pig
03. Purple Haze
04. Little Boys Feet
05. Kill From The Heart
06. Dicks Hate The Police
07. Dicks Blues
08. Anti-Klan part 1

Meat Puppets - KCRW, Los Angeles 9-01-88

Famous band, great recording. Can anyone help with song titles?

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. In Love
02. Wish Upon A Stone
03. Light
04. Touchdown King / Bali Ha'i
05. interview
06. Automatic Mojo
07. He'll Have To Go / Magic Toy Missing
08. Pass Me By
09. Meltdown
10. Meltdown (cont.)
11. outro

Conflict (US) - Live in Arizona 1982-1983

This tape has bunch or different live recordings by the hardcore band Conflict from Arizona. Many of the songs from their demo and 12" ep are here plus there are plenty of unreleased songs. All the recordings are audience recordings. Sound quality is good.

discography: https://www.discogs.com/artist/1319366-Conflict-6

track list: [from cassette tape]
01. Done For Love
02. I Don't Kill
03. Alcohol & A Knife
04. Like A Wound
05. I Hate Your Guts
06. Slide
07. Blank
08. No Martyr
09. Reverse Crusade
10. Cookies
11. Tide Of Refugees
12. Right To Die
13. The Fall (Sharp Step)
14. Poison
15. Not Guilty
16. White Skin
17. Last Hour
18. Chronic
19. Human Cargo
20. Living Off Mom
21. Don't Listen To The News
22. Nails From The Sky
23. It's Easy

Fartz/10 Minute Warning - Survival Of The Fittest demo 1982

As it turns out this is the 10 Minute Warning demo recorded in 1982. Two members of the Fartz play on this with Duff McKagan (later of Guns 'n' Roses) on drums.

track list: [from cassette tape]
01. Is This The Way
02. Judgement Day
03. Dead Soldier
04. Buried Alive
05. War Is Hell

Blackouts/Beakers - Showbox, Seattle 2-29-80

Both these bands were from Seattle. The Blackouts were a Post Punk style band whose members later joined Ministry. They released four 7" records and in 2004 a CD collection of those records was released. The Beakers played No Wave Post Punk style and released a single in 1980. A CD collection of recordings was released in 2004. Both shows were recorded from the audience. Sound quality is good. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

Blackouts video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQdy4DjSOps
Beakers video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EYjtEo5-cI

Blackouts @ Showbox, Seattle 2-29-80:
01. title unknown
02. title unknown
03. An Emotion
04. My Noise
05. Tiki
06. title unknown
07. title unknown
08. title unknown
09. The Underpass
10. title unknown
11. Make No Mistake

Beakers - Showbox, Seattle 2-29-80:
01. I'm Crawling (On The Floor)
02. title unknown
03. title unknown
04. Use Your Fingers
05. title unknown

Green River - Seattle 1984 + Los Angeles 1987

Both shows are soundboard recordings and have excellent sound quality.The Seattle show was done for Wig Out fanzine and was the bands first live show. The Los Angeles show was the bands last before they split into Mudhoney and Pearl Jam. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

Wig Out zine:  http://www.wig-out.com/&wigo.htm

@ The Wig Out Party, Seattle 7-01-84: [from cassette tape]
01. Green River Intro Theme Song
02. Baby, Help Me Forget
03. New God
04. 10,000 Things
05. Leech
06. Personality Meltdown
07. title unknown (Green River original)
08. 33 RPM
09. Against The Grain
10. Tunnel of Love Pt. 1
11. Tunnel of Love Pt. 2

@ Scream, Los Angeles 10-24-87: [from cassette tape]
01. Forever Means
02. Rehab Doll
03. Queen Bitch
04. Together We'll Never
05. By Her Own Hand
06. This Town
07. Smiling and Dying
08. Swallow My Pride
09. The Needle and the Damage Done
10. Ain't Nothing To Do

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Mummies - Boston 1990 + Peel Session 1994

The Mummies were a San Francisco band playing 60s style Garage Rock at the beginning of that revival. The Boston show is an audience recording with good sound quality. The Peel Session is from a radio broadcast and has excellent sound quality. Can anyone fill in the song titles?

video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmBJA74JLRo
discography: https://www.discogs.com/artist/261483-The-Mummies

@ Paradise, Boston 1990: [from cassette tape]
01. Route 66
02. High Heel Sneakers
03. Dirty Robber
04. That's Mighty Childish
05. Jezebel
06. That Girl
@ John Peel Session 3-13-94:
01. The Ballad Of Iron Eyes Cody
02. High Heel Sneakers
03. Just One More Dance
04. The Fly
05. Babba Diddy Baby

Wolvarines - Stone, San Francisco 1-10-81

The Wolverines were a San Francisco band that existed long enough to release one single, in 1981. They play 1960s style Garage Rock. Hector Penalosa, from the Zeros, was the bassist and Bruce Slesinger, from the Dead Kennedys, was the drummer. The guitarist was Eric Calhoun who joined MDC in 1989. This is a soundboard recording and is excellent quality.

Discography: https://www.discogs.com/artist/2354656-Wolvarines
Hammer Archives:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_FrVJcRG0ocgJ8gTjnb-Qg

setlist:
01. Central Park
02. title unknown
03. Ann Complains
04. My Girlfriend
05. Emotion
06. Stephanie

Crime - Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco 12-08/09-78

These are both audience recordings with good sound quality.

@ Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco 12-08-78:
01. Murder By Guitar
02. Crime Wave
03. Real Good Time Together
04. You Ain't Nothing
05. TV Blues
06. Feel The Beat
07. Cadillac Faggot
08. Rock-A-Billy Drug Store
09. Rat Rhythm
10. I Don't Care
11. Jo Ann
12. Instrumental Instrumental
13. Frustration
14. Piss On Your Dog
15. San Francisco's Doomed

@ Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco 12-09-78:
01. Murder By Guitar
02. Crime Wave
03. Real Good Time Together
04. You Ain't Nothing [aborted]
05. You Ain't Nothing
06. TV Blues
07. Feel The Beat
08. title unknown
09. Rock-A-Billy Drug Store
10. Rat Rhythm
11. I Don't Care
12. Jo Ann
13. Instrumental Instrumental

Avengers - Demos + Interview 1978 + Old Waldorf 1979

While the demos are the same songs they are either different recordings or different mixes. I'm not sure if any of these versions have been released on any of the collections that have been released in the last 15 years or not. Sound quality is very good. Eight of the ten songs from the Old Waldorf show were released but the first two have never been officially released as far as I can find. It's from a radio broadcast so the dj can be heard speaking before a couple songs and there is bleed through from another station. The sound quality is very good.

@ Demo 1978: [from cassette tape]
01. The American In Me
02. Open Your Eyes
03. White Nigger
04. Thin White Line

@ Rodney On The ROQ 5-14-78:
01. interview
02. Thin White Line [demo]
03. The American In Me [demo]
04. Open Your Eyes [demo]
05. interview
06. White Nigger [demo]
07. interview

@ Old Waldorf, San Francisco 6-13-79: [from cassette tape]
01. Second To None
02. White Nigger
03. Cheap Tragedies
04. Zero Hour
05. Uh Oh
06. Corpus Christi
07. Release Me
08. The Misery
09. Time To Die
10. The American In Me
11. dj outro