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  1. Yo también fui a ese mismo No lo puse en el top de mi ranking por que no me gustó tanto el setlist. Mucho mejor cuando vino con su Gira 'Raven That Refused to Sing'. Lástima que no asistí a ese concierto! Sabía que tocaría el 'Hand Cannot Erase' completo, pero esperaba una mejor selección de canciones para la segunda parte. De todos modos fue muy buen show
  2. También fue master! Notable que en el intermedio del concierto mostraron los goles y las mejores jugadas en la pantalla gigante del escenario , justo antes que volvieran U2 con las camisetas de la selección Chilena
  3. La performance y el sonido estuvieron extraordinarios. El mejor cierre posible de la gira. Se pasaron!
  4. La Rolling Stone po! Ya con eso no la leo. La misma revista que ha vetado por décadas el Rock Progresivo, y en conjunto con el Hall Of Fame de Wenner y cía, han desprestigiado por tantos años. Ahora recién en los últimos años tanto la Rolling Stone como el Hall of Fame se han dado vuelta la chaqueta Cosa de revisar los previos 500 Greatest Albums de la Rolling Stone. Salvo Pink Floyd, NINGÚN álbum de Rock Progresivo. Y en cambio, han idolatrado por siempre el punk, new wave y el hip hop
  5. Menciones honorables, todas por lo histórico que significaron - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant en Viña del Mar 1996. Mi primer gran concierto. Más encima, al ser de acá, llegamos con mi hermano y un amigazo del colegio mucho antes que todos los buses de Santiasco. Así que quedamos en cancha literalmente donde quisimos. Incluso voluntariamente nos hicimos un poco más atrás, para ver la batería y no quedar apretados. Un concierto magnífico. Recuerdo que después lo grabamos en cassette de la presentación de la radio. - U2 en el Nacional 1998. Primer concierto de la banda en Chile. Nunca en mi vida había visto tanta gente en un recital. Lógicamente. 70.000 personas. Eran los tiempos sin "Cancha VIP" ni pelotudeces. Todos nos hicimos amigos. Mucha gente de regiones. Recuerdo que conocí a una chica de Conce preciosa, que nunca más la ví. El sonido ahí no más durante los 3 primeros temas (no se escuchaba nada Bono), pero había una energía y una mística especial. Fue catalogado como uno de los mejores conciertos de la gira Popmart. Mil patadas al oficial de Mexico. - Paul McCartney en el Nacional 2011. ¿Qué podría decir?. Un sueño hecho realidad. En el más puro sentido de la frase. Maravilloso. Tocó cerca de 3 horas. Un concierto también imborrable.
  6. Si tuviese que elegir UNO, lo más perfecto en general, sería Steve Hackett el año 2015 en el Teatro Nescafé de las Artes La atmósfera que había, el setlist, la interpretación de los clásicos de Genesis, el público, etc. Realmente una noche preciosa. Inolvidable. Realmente faltan palabras para describir lo que fue esa experiencia. Si tengo que elegir UNO de acuerdo a los criterios audiófilos, Radiohead el año 2009. En realidad fue el SEGUNDO concierto que hicieron, pero el PRIMERO que se agendó. Se agotó tan rápido que decidieron agregar una segunda fecha, que fue el 26 de marzo. El concierto que asistí fue el del 27. Supe que justo el día previo habían tenido unos problemas de sonido que interrumpieron unos minutos el show, pero este del 27 fue sin lugar a dudas el MEJOR SONIDO que he escuchado jamás en un concierto, y eso que he ido a muchos. Y de paso, Krafwerk de teloneros. Un lujo!. ¿Y el mejor en la V región? (pa que no sea todo Santiasco ) Congreso, en la Gira Todos Estos Años. Teatro Municipal de Viña del Mar. Sí, el mismo. Antes que se terremoteara. Un concierto soberbio, en donde fueron pasando una a una las alineaciones que ha tenido la histórica banda de Quilpué. Tocaron por supuesto Tilo Gonzalez, Pancho Sazo, Ernesto Holman, Joe Vasconcellos, Jorge Campos, etc. Extraordinario.
  7. Para los que se quedaron "en una de esas voy", "el lunes compro las entradas" y similares ... TODO AGOTADO, excepto galería
  8. Palco sector B PD: Un saludo a todos los viejos tercios de acá de la V región, que se echaron para atrás y no aparecieron !!
  9. No es para menos. Más de 20 años que no venía! Un lujo de concierto vamos a tener
  10. A ver si hay una "previa" Hi Fi Chile
  11. Ahora sí! Habemos entradas! ¿Dónde quedaron amigos?
  12. Y cómo compraste? En la página no se puede
  13. http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/caravan-the-decca-deram-years-an-anthology-1970-1975-9cd-box-set/#more-151375 Studios albums • Bonus tracks • 2 discs of live at the BBC & more Universal Music will issue a nine-CD box set that features expanded editions of English ‘Canterbury scene’ band Caravan‘s albums recorded for the Decca/Deram labels in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The Decca/Deram Years (An Anthology) 1970-1975 features five studio albums all of which include bonus tracks such as demos, single mixes and alternates. Additionally, this collection features The Story of Our Lives: Live At The BBC 1970-75, two-CD of live at the BBC performances largely from radio shows such as ‘Sounds of the Seventies,’ ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert,’ and ‘BBC In Concert.’ Another live album, 1974’s Live At Fairfields Halls completes the nine discs. The discs are housed in eight gatefold card sleeves, featuring original album art and sit alongside a 48-page booklet with notes detailing the history of the band. The Decca/Deram Years (An Anthology) 1970-1975 is issued on 6 September 2019. CD 1: IF I COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN, I’D DO IT ALL OVER YOU 1. IF I COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN, I’D DO IT ALL OVER YOU 2. AND I WISH I WERE STONED / DON’T WORRY 3. AS I FEEL I DIE 4. WITH AN EAR TO THE GROUND YOU CAN MAKE IT / MARTINIAN / ONLY COX / REPRISE 5. HELLO HELLO 6. ASFORTERI 7. CAN’T BE LONG NOW / FRANÇOISE / FOR RICHARD / WARLOCK 8. LIMITS BONUS TRACKS 9. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MAURICE HAYLETT 10. WHY? (AND I WISH I WERE STONED)* 11. CLIPPING THE 8TH (HELLO HELLO)* 12. AS I FEEL I DIE* *Demo versions CD2: IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK 1. GOLF GIRL 2. WINTER WINE 3. LOVE TO LOVE YOU (AND TONIGHT PIGS WILL FLY) 4. IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK 5. NINE FEET UNDERGROUND (NIGEL BLOWS A TUNE / LOVE’S A FRIEND / MAKE IT 76 / DANCE OF THE SEVEN PAPER HANKIES / HOLD GRANDAD BY THE NOSE / HONEST I DID! / DISASSOCIATION / 100% PROOF BONUS TRACKS 6. I DON’T KNOW IT’S NAME (ALIAS THE WORD) 7. ARISTOCRACY 8. IT’S LIKELY TO HAVE A NAME NEXT WEEK (“WINTER WINE” instrumental) 9. GROUP GIRL (First version of “GOLF GIRL”) 10. DISASSOCIATION/100% PROOF (New mix) CD3: WATERLOO LILY 1. WATERLOO LILY 2. NOTHING AT ALL / IT’S COMING SOON / NOTHING AT ALL (REPRISE) 3. SONGS & SIGNS 4. ARISTOCRACY 5. THE LOVE IN YOUR EYE / TO CATCH ME A BROTHER / SUBSULTUS / DEBOUCHEMENT / TILBURY KECKS 6. THE WORLD IS YOURS BONUS TRACKS 7. PYE’S JUNE THING 8. FERDINAND 9. LOOKING LEFT, LOOKING RIGHT 10. PYE’S LOOP CD4: FOR GIRLS WHO GROW PLUMP IN THE NIGHT 1. MEMORY LAIN, HUGH / HEADLOSS 2. HOEDOWN 3. SURPRISE, SURPRISE 4. C’THLU THLU 5. THE DOG, THE DOG, HE’S AT IT AGAIN 6. BE ALL RIGHT / CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 7. L’AUBERGE DU SANGLIER / A HUNTING WE SHALL GO / PENGOLA / BACKWARDS / A HUNTING WE SHALL GO (REPRISE) BONUS TRACKS 8. MEMORY LAIN, HUGH / HEADLOSS (US Mix) 9. NO! (“BE ALL RIGHT”) / WAFFLE (“CHANCE OF A LIFETIME”) 10. HE WHO SMELT IT DEALT IT (“MEMORY LAIN, HUGH”) 11. SURPRISE, SURPRISE 12. DEREK’S LONG THING CD5: CARAVAN & THE NEW SYMPHONIA: THE COMPLETE CONCERTRecorded live at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on the 28th of October, 1973 1. INTRODUCTION / MEMORY LAIN, HUGH / HEADLOSS 2. THE DOG, THE DOG, HE’S AT IT AGAIN 3. HOEDOWN 4. INTRODUCTION 5. THE LOVE IN YOUR EYE 6. MIRROR FOR THE DAY 7. VIRGIN ON THE RIDICULOUS 8. FOR RICHARD 9. A HUNTING WE SHALL GO CD6: CUNNING STUNTS 1. THE SHOW OF OUR LIVES 2. STUCK IN A HOLE 3. LOVER 4. NO BACKSTAGE PASS 5. WELCOME THE DAY 6. THE DABBING CONSHIRTOE: THE MAD DABSONG / BEN KARRATT RIDES AGAIN / PRO’S AND CON’S / WRAIKS AND LADDERS / SNEAKING OUT THE BARE QUARE / ALL SORTS OF UNMENTIONABLE THINGS 7. FEAR AND LOATHING IN TOLLINGTON PARK RAG BONUS TRACKS 8. STUCK IN A HOLE (Single version) 9. KEEPING BACK MY LOVE CD7: LIVE AT THE FAIRFIELD HALLS, 1974 1. MEMORY LAIN, HUGH / HEADLOSS 2. VIRGIN ON THE RIDICULOUS 3. BE ALL RIGHT / CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 4. THE LOVE IN YOUR EYE 5. L’AUBERGE DU SANGLIER / A HUNTING WE SHALL GO / PENGOLA / BACKWARDS / A HUNTING WE SHALL GO (REPRISE) 6. THE DOG, THE DOG, HE’S AT IT AGAIN 7. FOR RICHARD 8. HOEDOWN CDS 8 + 9 THE SHOW OF OUR LIVES: LIVE AT THE BBC 1970-1975 DISC ONE 1. IF I COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN, I’D DO IT ALL OVER YOU 2. HELLO HELLO 3. AS I FEEL I DIE 4. LOVE TO LOVE YOU 5. LOVE SONG WITHOUT FLUTE 6. IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK 7. NINE FEET UNDERGROUND 8. FEELIN’ REELIN’ SQUEALIN’ 9. A HUNTING WE SHALL GO 10. WAFFLE PART ONE: BE ALL RIGHT / CHANCE OF A LIFETIME Tracks 1, 2 & 3 Recorded for the BBC Transcription Service ‘Top Of The Pops’ 19th August 1970. Tracks 4, 5 & 6 Recorded for ‘Sounds Of The Seventies’ 11th March 1971. Tracks 7 & 8 Recorded for John Peel’s Sunday Concert’ at the Paris Theatre, London 6th May 1971. Tracks 9 & 10 Recorded for the BBC ‘In Concert’ at the Paris Theatre, London 2nd August 1973. All tracks recorded for BBC Radio 1 except tracks 1, 2 and 3 recorded for the BBC Transcription Service. DISC TWO 1. MEMORY LAIN HUGH 2. HEADLOSS 3. THE LOVE IN YOUR EYE 4. MIRROR FOR THE DAY 5. VIRGIN ON THE RIDICULOUS 6. FOR RICHARD 7. THE DABSONG CONSHIRTOE 8. STUCK IN A HOLE 9. THE SHOW OF OUR LIVES Tracks 1 & 2 Recorded for the BBC ‘In Concert’ at the Paris Theatre, London 2nd August 1973. Tracks 3, 4, 5 & 6 Recorded for John Peel’s Radio Show 7th February 1974. Track 7 Recorded for the BBC ‘In Concert’ at the Paris Theatre, London 21st March 1975. Tracks 8 & 9 Recorded for John Peel’s Radio Show 26th June 1975. All tracks recorded for BBC Radio 1.
  14. Stick Men with David Cross 'PanAmerica - Live In Latin America' - 5CDs box set. To be announced shortly! One of the all time greatest musical experiences and adventures in my life. Touring in 10 countries with some of the greatest people I know and some of the most brilliant musicians I've ever known. Tony Levin, Markus Reuter, Pat Mastelotto with very special guest David Cross. In August and September 2018, this lineup played in ten countries over the course of their Latin American Tour. Fans of sophisticated progressive avant-rock music rejoiced, as the legendary maestros engaged with enthusiastic audiences in São Paulo (Brazil), Rio De Janeiro (Brazil, 2 shows), Montevideo (Uruguay), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Mar Del Plata (Argentina), Rosario (Argentina), Santiago (Chile), Lima (Peru), Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia), La Paz (Bolivia), Guatemala City (Guatemala), San Salvador (El Salvador),Escazú - San José (Costa Rica), Mexico City (Mexico) and Monterey (Mexico).We recorded all, we documented all. And Uncle Tony photographed all. More info soon!
  15. http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/elvis-presley-live-1969-11cd-box-set/#more-151119 Eleven complete Elvis sets. Four issued for the first time ever. Live 1969 is a brand new Elvis Presley 11CD box set that marks the 50th anniversary of his performances at the International Hotel in Las Vegas. Returning to the stage for the first time in eight years, the 1969 Vegas run saw Presley perform 57 sold-out shows and the live debut of ‘Suspicious Minds’. During this residency he was backed by two vocal groups (The Imperials and The Sweet Inspirations), a full orchestra and a band later known as the TCB band. Live 1969 features the release of eleven complete sets from Elvis’ August 1969 engagement at Las Vegas’ International Hotel. Of these performances, four are being released in full for the first time ever – including two Elvis shows that have remained almost completely unheard for fifty years (August 22 and 25). This package comes with a 52-page booklet with photos, images of memorabilia and more. Released at the same time (in early August) is a 2LP vinyl set called Live at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV August 26, 1969 (not quite as snappy as Live 1969). The vinyl release features Elvis’ complete set from 26 August’s midnight show. The material includes a repertoire of blues-tinged rock ‘n’ roll, ballads and his new singles ‘In The Ghetto’ and ‘Suspicious Minds’. These new physical releases are issued on 9 August 2019, via Sony’s Legacy Recordings. Disc 1 Show 1 – August 21, 1969. Midnight show 01) Blue Suede Shoes* (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/(Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac” Davis) 09) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue* 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 12) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 14) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/(John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 15) Introductions including Happy Birthdaysung to James Burton) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set 08-13-1991 16) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 17) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 18) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Tracks 2-9, 11-19 first issued on the album Viva Las Vegas-7-31-2007 *Previously unreleased Disc 2 Show 2 – August 22, 1969. Dinner show 1) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) First release: RCA Walmart Special (US) & International BMG ELVIS VIVA LAS VEGAS 2-CD set- 07-31-2007 2) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 3) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 4) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 5) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 6) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 7) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 8) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac“ Davis) 9) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue First release: RCA Walmart Special (US) & International BMG ELVIS VIVA LAS VEGAS 2-CD- 07-31-2007 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 12) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 14) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/(John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 15) Introductions 16) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 17) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 18) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Complete show release: FTD ELVIS IN PERSON AT THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Las Vegas, Nevada 2-CD-12-2008 Disc 3 Show 3 – August 22, 1969. Midnight show 1) Blue Suede Shoes* (Carl Perkins) 2) I Got A Woman * (Ray Charles) 3) All Shook Up* (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 4) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 5) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD -08-13-1991 6) Heartbreak Hotel* (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 7) Hound Dog* (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 8) Memories* (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac” Davis) 9) My Babe (Willie Dixon) First release: RCA ELVIS: TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER 4-CD SET 06-25-2002 10) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set -08-13-1991 11) Monologue* 12) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) First release: RCA ELVIS: TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER 4-CD SET-06-25-2002 13) Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson) First release: RCA ELVIS: TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER 4-CD SET-06-25-2002 14) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) First release: RCA ELVIS: TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER 4-CD SET-06-25-2002 15) Are You Lonesome Tonight?* (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 16) Yesterday/Hey Jude* (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 17) Introductions* 18) In The Ghetto* (Scott “Mac” Davis) 19) Suspicious Minds* (Mark James) 20) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) First release: RCA ELVIS: TODAY, TOMORROW & FOREVER 4-CD SET 06-25-2002 21) Can’t Help Falling In Love* (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) *Previously unreleased Previously Unreleased as a Complete Show Disc 4 Show 4 – August 23, 1969. Dinner show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac” Davis) 09) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 12) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 14) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 15) Introductions 16) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 17) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 18) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) First release: RCA 2-LP set THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, AUGUST 23, 1969- 04-13-2019 Disc 5 Show 5 – August 23, 1969. Midnight show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott ”Mac” Davis) 09) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 12) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Reconsider Baby (Lowell Fulsom) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set -08-13-1991 14) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 15) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 16) Introductions 17) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 18) Suspicious Minds (Mark Davis) 19) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set 08-13-1991 An edited version was first released on RCA ELVIS-GREATEST HITS VOLUME ONE 11-1981 20) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Complete show release: FTD ELVIS AT THE INTERNATIONAL- 01-2003 Disc 6 Show 6 – August 24, 1969. Dinner show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set 08-13-1991 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) 09) Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) 10) Monologue 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 12) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 14 Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) First release: (“Yesterday” only) RCA ELVIS ARON PRESLEY 8-LP set 08-1980 15) Introductions 16) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 17) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 18) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Complete show release: RCA LIVE IN LAS VEGAS 4-CD set -7-10-2001 Disc 7 Show 7- August 24, 1969. Midnight show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 08) I Can’t Stop Loving You* (Don Gibson) 09) Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2 LP set-10-14-1969 10) Monologue* 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) First release: RCA PLATINUM – A LIFE IN MUSIC 4 CD set-7-15-1997 12) Runaway* (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2 LP set-10-14-1969 14) Words (Robin, Barry & Maurice Gibb) First release: RCA PLATINUM – A LIFE IN MUSIC 4 CD set-7-15-1997 15) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)- 11-2006 16) Introductions* 17) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) First release: RCA ELVIS ARON PRESLEY 8-LP set 08-1980 18) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 *Previously unreleased Previously Unreleased as a Complete Show Disc 8 Show 8 – August 25, 1969. Dinner show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set -08-13-1991 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 03) All Shook Up* (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender* (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel* (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel* (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog* (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac” Davis) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 09) Mystery Train/Tiger Man* (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue* 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do* (Jimmy Reed) 12) Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 13) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) First release: RCA ON STAGE – FEBRUARY, 1970-06-01-1970 14) Words (Robin, Barry & Maurice Gibb) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 15) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) First release: (“Yesterday”): RCA ON STAGE – FEBRUARY, 1970-06-01-1970 First release: (“Hey Jude”): RCA ON STAGE (1999 re-release)-05-18-1999 16) Introductions* 17) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 18) Suspicious Minds* (Mark James) 19) What’d I Say* (Ray Charles) 20) Can’t Help Falling In Love* (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) *Previously unreleased Previously Unreleased as a Complete Show Disc 9 Show 9 – August 25, Midnight show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set 10-14-1969 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 08) I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 09) My Babe (Willie Dixon) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 10) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 11) Monologue 12) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 13) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 14) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 15) Words (Robin, Barry & Maurice Gibb) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 16) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 17) Introductions 18) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) First release: FTD WRITING FOR THE KING (book & 2-CD set)-11-2006 19) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 20) What’d I Say (Ray Charles) 21) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Complete show release: FTD HOT AUGUST NIGHT-06-2013 Disc 10 Show 10 – August 26, 1969. Dinner show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) Memories (Billy Strange/Scott “Mac” Davis) 09) My Babe (Willie Dixon) First release: RCA ELVIS ARON PRESLEY 8-LP set -08-1980 10) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 11) Monologue 12) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 13) Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 14) Inherit The Wind (Eddie Rabbitt) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 15) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 16) Introductions 17) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 18) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 19) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) First release: RCA FROM MEMPHIS TO VEGAS/FROM VEGAS TO MEMPHIS 2-LP set-10-14-1969 Complete show release: FTD LIVE IN VEGAS-02-2011 Disc 11 Show 11 – August 26, 1969. Midnight show 01) Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 02) I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 03) All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 04) Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 05) Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/ (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 06) Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 07) Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) 08) I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) 09) Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/ (Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 10) Monologue 11) Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 12) Runaway Max Crook/Del Shannon) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 13) Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing version) (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) First release: RCA ELVIS ARON PRESLEY 8-LP set-08-1980 14) Rubberneckin’ (Dory Jones/Bunny Warren) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 (complete version only) 15) Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/ (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) 16) Introductions 17) In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 18) This Is The Story (Chris Arnold/Geoff Morrow/David Martin) First release: RCA COLLECTORS GOLD 3-CD set-08-13-1991 19) Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 20) Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss) Complete show release: FTD ALL SHOOK UP-07-2005 Live at the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV August 26, 1969 2LP set LP 1 – SIDE A 1. Blue Suede Shoes (Carl Perkins) 2. I Got A Woman (Ray Charles) 3. All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 4. Love Me Tender (Vera Matson/Elvis Presley) 5. Jailhouse Rock/Don’t Be Cruel (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)/(Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 6. Heartbreak Hotel (Tommy Durden/Mae Boren Axton/Elvis Presley) 7. Hound Dog (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller) LP 1 – SIDE B 1. I Can’t Stop Loving You (Don Gibson) 2. Mystery Train/Tiger Man (Junior Parker/Sam Phillips)/(Joe Hill Louis/Sam Burns) 3. Monologue LP 2 – SIDE C 1. Baby, What You Want Me To Do (Jimmy Reed) 2. Runaway (Max Crook/Del Shannon) 3. Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Laughing version) (Roy Turk/Lou Handman) 4. Rubberneckin’ (Dory Jones/Bunny Warren) 5. Yesterday/Hey Jude (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/(John Lennon/Paul McCartney) LP 2 – SIDE D 1. In The Ghetto (Scott “Mac” Davis) 2. This Is The Story (Chris Arnold/Geoff Morrow/David Martin) 3. Suspicious Minds (Mark James) 4. Can’t Help Falling In Love (Hugo Peretti/Luigi Creatore/George Weiss)
  16. Nuevo disco solista de Thom Yorke: Anima https://anima.technology/
  17. https://www.mofi.com/product-p/udsacd2207.htm?fbclid=IwAR2Ix0IjXTlgs2yiv_RcwTZBjW6is6jaLqRtZDStBMmEh-Qaidza_nGAYxk Mastered from the Original Master Tapes for Audiophile Sound and Limited to 3,000 Copies: Hybrid SACD of 1963 Set Features Stunning Clarity, Responsiveness, and Presence The historical import, musical genius, and timeless artistry of Monk's Dream can be best appreciated by first placing the record in the context of its era. In short, Thelonious Monk's joyful Columbia Records debut triggered a domino effect of mainstream attention, best-selling success, and across-the-board respect that led him to become one of only six jazz musicians to ever grace the cover of Time – then America's most widely read weekly magazine. Couple the extraordinary feat with the fact the British Invasion and Beatlemania were already in full swing, and the cultural significance – not to mention its place in the jazz canon – of Monk's Dream skyrockets to near-unthinkable heights. Mastered from the original master tapes and strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies, Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD pays tribute to the 1963 album's merit and enhances the music for generations to come. Surpassing the sonics even afforded by ORG's long-out-of-print disc and greatly improving on every other version extant, this audiophile-grade collector's edition strips away any lingering audio limitations to provide a clear, transparent, and up-close view of a set that inspired DownBeat to award the record a five-star review in which critic Pete Welding correctly proclaimed it "a stunning reaffirmation of [Monk's] powers as a performer and composer." Such potency reveals itself as all the more obvious on an SACD afforded stellar reproduction of the multi-layered complexities, challenging tonalities, and nontraditional rhythms that conspire to place Monk's finest outings in a league of their own. Accurately portraying the complete scale of a piano remains one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish on a recording. And yet the sound of Monk's instrument here captures its wide-bandwidth frequency response and inner cavity, allowing notes to individually register all the while pairing with succeeding and decaying chords in seamless fashion. The presence, tones, and contributions of the colleagues surrounding Monk – tenor saxophonist Charlie Rouse, bassist John Ore, and drummer Frankie Dunlop – come across, too, with a lifelike realism rivaled only by sitting in an intimate club. Benefitting from the newfound immediacy, clarity, and ink-black backgrounds on Mobile Fidelity's reissue are five originals and three covers that demonstrate the boundless vistas of Monk's vision, aptitude, and inventiveness. As acclaimed scribe Gary Giddins wrote while reminding us the North Carolina native's motto was "jazz is freedom," Monk's Dream exposes his "dauntless concentration, impressive faith, and an almost childlike glee." These traits spark works such as the spry interpretation of "Body and Soul," which Monk handles sans accompaniment, and guide the quirky angles that snake around and shape "Bolivar Blues," the title of which refers to a Manhattan hotel. Throughout, Monk's Dream conveys an exhilarating freedom that mirrors the improvisational twists, dissonant techniques, and melodic turns Monk embraced not only in the studio (and on the stage) but in everyday life. Considered by some to be too idiosyncratic for his own good, his flawless craftsmanship, underlying irreverence, and deep-seated knowledge of swing, stride, blues, and gospel raise this 1963 album to mythical levels – and let the inner contours, deliberate phrasings, and urgent solos on tracks like "Bye-Ya" and the title cut exhibit new details, themes, and directions with each listen. Indeed, above everything, Monk's Dream encourages constant exploration and repeat plays. Forever bursting with fresh ideas, it refuses to stand still, instead buzzing with the energy of a city celebrating its internal commotion and dancing to the influences that made its current modernism possible. Monk was just decades ahead of everyone else in figuring out how this seemingly incongruent yet delightfully cool tango sounded. Fortunately for the rest of us, he documented it and called it Monk's Dream.
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  19. https://www.thebighousemuseum.com/news/fillmore-west-1971-cd-release/ As part of the ongoing celebration of their 50th anniversary, on August 16 the ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND Recording Company–caretakers of the original band’s unreleased catalog–in conjunction with distributor The Orchard will release a four-CD set titled Fillmore West ’71, culled from an epic weekend of live music recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue. The Grammy-winning, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band (formed in March 1969) were in great form on this weekend, where they were the middle act playing between headliners Hot Tuna and the 24-piece opener Trinidad Tripoli Street Band. This will be the debut release of these recordings. The packaging contains a front cover photo of Duane Allman from Jim Marshall Photography (taken at these shows) that has rarely been seen before. Rolling Stone exclusively debuted the band’s “rollicking rendition” of the Muddy Waters classic “Trouble No More;” listen now here. Compiled from reel-to-reel soundboard masters, the January 29 show that kicks off this collection reads like an Allman Brothers Band greatest hits, from opener “Statesboro Blues” through the set-wrapping “Whipping Post.” On the next night, the standard sequence of “Statesboro Blues,” Trouble No More,” “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin'” and “Elizabeth Reed” was typically riveting, and then the blues-soaked “Stormy Monday” was worked in, replacing “Midnight Rider.” Gregg’s vocals were visceral and honest, while Duane and Dickey added down and dirty licks. “You Don’t Love Me” showcased some run-and-gun guitar work, and a frenzied “Whipping Post” closed out another solid night. The band–Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Jaimoe, Berry Oakley and Butch Trucks–were loose and talkative and you can hear them really dialing their sound in at what would be a final tune-up for the seminal At Fillmore East album, recorded less than two months later. At Fillmore East would cement the band’s place in rock history and Rolling Stone would eventually call it the second-best live album ever released. Always acclaimed for their explosive live shows, the ABB really ratcheted up the intensity and focus on January 31 st. After hammering tightly through the reliable first four, the ABB placed “Midnight Rider” back into the rotation, and then Berry Oakley stepped up to the mic for a wicked and nasty take on “Hoochie Coochie Man” with Jaimoe and Butch churning full-bore behind him. After an extensive workout on “You Don’t Love Me” the group worked a relatively new song into the set, “Hot Lanta”. Conceived out of a loose jam at the Big House in Macon, GA, the band’s home base currently an ABB museum, this group composition was cutting-edge fusion, displaying the delightful musical diversity of the Allman Brothers Band. A superior “Whipping Post” concludes the Fillmore West material, but Disc Four goes on to include a wonderful bonus track: a March, 1970 version of “Mountain Jam” from the Warehouse in New Orleans which-at 45 minutes long!-showcases a band that loved to improvise and let the music take on a life of its own. Kirk West-who served as the “Tour Mystic” and official archivist for the Allman Brothers Band for over 20 years–played a pivotal role in re-acquiring the original live performance two-track, reel-to-reel tapes used for this release from legendary band crew members Twiggs Lyndon, Joe Dan Petty and Mike Callahan, who were the original care takers of these recordings. The tapes had been stored in closets and attics for many years, necessitating careful transfers and several successive attempts at restoration, as technology continued to improve. Interestingly in 1971, however, Kirk was a 20-year-old counterculture entrepreneur who found himself at the Fillmore West during the last four days of January. “I was living in Palo Alto with a bunch of hippie kids who, by and large, were Dead Heads. I had moved to California from Chicago, and I already was a big Allman Brothers fan,” recalls West. “I was insisting that everyone in the house go up to the Fillmore that weekend – ‘Let’s go, let’s go – the Brothers are in town, playing with Hot effin’ Tuna.” Disc 1, 1/29/1971 Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Midnight Rider Dreams You Don’t Love Me Whipping Post Disc 2, 1/30/1971 Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Stormy Monday You Don’t Love Me Whipping Post Disc 3, 1/31/1971 Part I Statesboro Blues Trouble No More Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed Midnight Rider Hoochie Coochie Man Dreams You Don’t Love Me Disc 4, 1/31/1971 Part II Hot ‘Lanta Whipping Post Bonus Track: Mountain Jam Live At The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA 3/13/1970 (first release of this version)
  20. NEW SACD ALERT! Charles Mingus Ah Um Hybrid SACD is in stock and ready to ship. Released in 1959, this blues- and gospel-rooted jazz brilliance sparks with diversity, personality, and individualism. Mastered from the original master tapes and strictly limited to 3,000 numbered copies