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  1. We got hacked last week - someone stole Thom’s minidisk archive from around the time of OK Computer, and reportedly demanded $150,000 on threat of releasing it. So instead of complaining - much - or ignoring it, we’re releasing all 18 hours on Bandcamp in aid of Extinction Rebellion: https://radiohead.bandcamp.com Just for the next 18 days. So for £18 you can find out if we should have paid that ransom. Never intended for public consumption (though some clips did reach the cassette in the OK Computer reissue) it’s only tangentially interesting. And very, very long. Not a phone download. Rainy out, isn’t it though? Jx MINIDISCS [HACKED], by Radiohead
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  3. It's time... our new album 'Cause and Effect' will be out on September 20th & you can check out 'The Way I Feel' now - we had a blast shooting the video! We'll be heading on tour for the first time since 2013 & hope to see you along the way. For all dates, ticket information & to pre-order the album for early ticket access, head over to KEANE | OFFICIAL WEBSITE
  4. Hoy pasé por la Prosound ... y nada. Un par o cuatro columnas, un par de bookshelf, electrónica penquita y sería todo. Siguen igual que siempre. Al final no cambiaron. El piso de arriba siguen teniendo instrumentos (cada vez de peor calidad) y la parte de abajo, donde se supone iba a haber alta fidelidad, nada Así que seguimos esperando por algún pionero aventurero de Santiasco que por fin venga a la V región PD: entre 7 y 8 norte con 4 poniente hay un edificio con una serie de locales ... VACÍOS. llegar e instalarse. Y de seguro, mucho más barato que el mall o el centro. Además, más cómodo. (Y saliendo de ahí se pasan al tercer tiempo en el Glasgow o el OH )
  5. https://www.cherryred.co.uk/earthworks-bill-bruford-announces-a-huge-new-box-set-for-july/ EARTHWORKS| Bill Bruford announces a huge new box set for July! Posted by Jack Clough / 653 Bill Bruford has announced a HUGE new box set for July – “Earthworks Complete”, which will be available for pre-order very soon! WHAT’S IN THE BOX? “Earthworks Complete” is a Summerfold Records box set reissue of the entire back catalogue across the band’s 20-year career. 15 titles on 20 audio and 4 DVD discs include previously unreleased and little known material. • 15 titles on 20 audio and 4 DVD discs document the 20 year history from 1987 to 2006 of one of the UK’s brightest, most travelled and best loved young jazz ensembles. • Featuring Bill Bruford with Iain Ballamy, Django Bates, Patrick Clahar, Laurence Cottle, Tim Garland, Steve Hamilton, Tim Harries, Mark Hodgson, Mick Hutton, Gwilym Simcock. • All audio, visual and print materials compiled and curated by Bill Bruford. • Additional original artwork by award-winning illustrator, photographer and filmmaker Dave McKean. THIS PHENOMENAL AND AWE-INSPIRING PACKAGE FEATURES THE FOLLOWING: EARTHWORKS / DIG? / ALL HEAVEN BROKE LOOSE / STAMPING GROUND- LIVE / A PART, AND YET APART / THE SOUND OF SURPRISE / FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY FREE (2CD) / RANDOM ACTS OF HAPPINESS / FOOTLOOSE IN NYC (2CD & 1DVD SET) A VIDEO ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 1: 2000S (2CD & 1DVD SET) A VIDEO ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 2: 1990S (2CD & 1DVD SET) EARTHWORKS UNDERGROUND ORCHESTRA EARTHWORKS IN SANTIAGO, CHILE (1CD & 1DVD SET: PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED VIDEO) FROM CONCEPTION TO BIRTH (17 SHORT TRACKS SHOWING THE PROCESS FROM DEMO TO MASTER, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES FROM BILL BRUFORD) HEAVENLY BODIES EXPANDED (2CD ‘BEST OF’ COLLECTION ACROSS THE ENTIRE CATALOGUE, WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES FROM BILL BRUFORD) This is a heady concoction indeed, and one which joyously breaks down all sorts of musical barriers in its path. THE TIMES, LONDON It mixes up styles, moods and meters as effortlessly as it ignores musical boundaries. (Wall St. Journal) Earthworks makes jazz out of just about anything handy… JAZZIZ
  6. Lo puse en el hilo de Rock Progresivo, pero cabe acá también, lógicamente Se trata de una banda nueva, de Santiago. Que están prontas a sacar su disco debut. Se llaman Gowenland, y prometen mucho!
  7. Disc 1RICHIE HAVENSFeaturing/RICHIE HAVENS: vocals, guitar • PAUL “DEANO” WILLIAMS: guitar, vocals • DANIEL BEN ZEBULON: congas1. “Hello!” [1:49]2. FROM THE PRISON>GET TOGETHER>FROM THE PRISON [5:08]3. STRANGER [6:39]4. “You're all groovy, you know” [1:23]5. HIGH FLYING BIRD [4:18]6. I CAN’T MAKE IT ANYMORE [6:19]7. WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS [3:30]8. HANDSOME JOHNNY [4:49]9. “100 Million Songs” [1:34]10. STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER [6:42]11. FREEDOM [5:14]12. Sri Swami Satchidananda - "Music is the celestial sound" [17:19]13. John Morris – "We're all here now, I guess" [0:27]Disc 2SWEETWATERFeaturing/FRED HERRERA: bass, vocals • ALEX DEL ZOPPO: keyboards, vocals • NANSI NEVINS: lead vocals, guitar • ALBERT MOORE: flute, vocals • R.G. CARLYLE: guitar, bongos, vocals • ELPIDO (PETE) COBAIN: congas • ALAN MALAROWITZ: drums • AUGUST BURNS: cello1. John Morris – “We apologize for the noise of the choppity-choppity…" [6:35]2. MOTHERLESS CHILD [8:31]3. LOOK OUT [4:36]4. Alex Del Zoppo – “Kick out the jams, folks" [1:00]5. FOR PETE’S SAKE [8:27]6. DAY SONG [2:27]7. Nansi Nevins – "Guess it's gonna take a little more time to get together" [0:42]8. WHAT’S WRONG [15:17]9. MY CRYSTAL SPIDER [5:14]10. TWO WORLDS [5:51]11. Nansi Nevins – "There sure are a lot of people here" [1:55]12. WHY OH WHY [4:18]13. LET THE SUNSHINE IN [1:43]14. OH HAPPY DAY [3:59]Disc 3BERT SOMMERFeaturing/BERT SOMMER: guitar, vocals • IRA STONE: electric guitar, Hammond organ, harmonica • CHARLIE BILELLO: bass1. JENNIFER [3:40]2. "There's too much stuff to set up" [0:30]3. THE ROAD TO TRAVEL [4:48]4. I WONDERED WHERE YOU’D BE [3:12]5. SHE’S GONE [3:23]6. THINGS ARE GOIN’ MY WAY [2:31]7. John Morris – "Come on, creep--come on down" [2:22]8. AND WHEN IT’S OVER [3:25]9. JEANETTE [3:36]10. AMERICA [4:23]11. A NOTE THAT READ [4:17]12. SMILE [3:57]13. John Morris – "What we do here counts" [14:45]Disc 4TIM HARDINFeaturing/TIM HARDIN: vocals, guitar • RICHARD BOCK: cello • RALPH TOWNER: guitar, piano • GILLES MALKINE: guitar • GLEN MOORE: bass • STEVE “MURUGA” BOOKER: drums1. John Morris – "Let’s see how bright it can be" [1:04]2. HOW CAN WE HANG ON TO A DREAM [4:29]3. ONCE-TOUCHED BY FLAME [4:57]4. IF I WERE A CARPENTER [5:39]5. REASON TO BELIEVE [4:42]6. YOU UPSET THE GRACE OF LIVING WHEN YOU LIE [5:22]7. SPEAK LIKE A CHILD [4:54]8. SNOW WHITE LADY [15:48]9. BLUES ON MY CEILING [10:31]10. SIMPLE SONG OF FREEDOM [4:40]11. MISTY ROSES [4:39]12. John Morris – "How is it out there?" [11:06]Disc 5RAVI SHANKARFeaturing/RAVI SHANKAR: sitar • ALLA RAKHA: tabla • MAYA KULKARNI: Tambura1. John Morris – "Somebody somewhere is giving out some flat blue acid" [6:30]2. RAGA PURIYA-DHANASHRI/GAT IN SAWARITAL [11:48]3. "I would like to introduce the instruments" [7:43]4. TABLA SOLO IN JHAPTAL [4:06]5. RAGA MANJ KMAHAJ [18:27]6. John Morris – "I guess nobody's thirsty anymore" [0:34]Disc 61. John Morris – "One, two, three--light 'em up!" [6:12]MELANIEFeaturing/MELANIE: vocals, guitar2. CLOSE TO IT ALL [3:28]3. MOMMA MOMMA [4:33]4. BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE [4:10]5. ANIMAL CRACKERS [2:53]6. MR. TAMBOURINE MAN [2:26]7. TUNING MY GUITAR [5:16]8. BIRTHDAY OF THE SUN [4:00]9. John Morris – "It's a free concert from now on" [7:20]Disc 7ARLO GUTHRIEFeaturing/ARLO GUTHRIE: vocals, guitar • JOHN PILLA: guitar • BOB ARKIN: bass • PAUL MOTIAN: drums1. John Morris – "Okay, Arlo?" [0:44]2. COMING INTO LOS ANGELES [3:21]3. “Lotta freaks!” [1:05]4. WHEEL OF FORTUNE [3:23]5. WALKING DOWN THE LINE [5:04]6. THE STORY OF MOSES [10:57]7. OH MARY, DON’T YOU WEEP [4:46]8. "I was the only person, like, in this whole festival that, uh, you know, was, like, acquainted with the garbage scene" [4:03]9. EVERY HAND IN THE LAND [1:54]10. AMAZING GRACE [3:37]11. John Morris – "Ain't nothin' can make you high as this" [6:03]Disc 8JOAN BAEZFeaturing/JOAN BAEZ: vocals, guitar • JEFFREY SHURTLEFF: guitar, vocals • RICHARD FESTINGER: guitar1. OH HAPPY DAY [4:31]2. THE LAST THING ON MY MIND [3:31]3. I SHALL BE RELEASED [3:48]4. "He's fine, and we're fine, too" [3:00]5. JOE HILL [3:02]6. "We three together constitute the Struggle Mountain Resistance Band" [2:12]7. SWEET SIR GALAHAD [3:51]8. HICKORY WIND [3:53]9. DRUG STORE TRUCK DRIVIN’ MAN – featuring Jeffrey Shurtleff [2:49]10. ONE DAY AT A TIME [4:35]11. TAKE ME BACK TO THE SWEET SUNNY SOUTH [2:44]12. WARM AND TENDER LOVE [4:16]13. SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT [5:55]14. "I think it's amazing that you people are still awake" [0:42]15. WE SHALL OVERCOME [4:45]16. John Morris – "That brings us fairly close to the dawn" [3:10]Day 2Disc 9QUILLFeaturing/DAN COLE: vocals • JON COLE: bass, vocals • NORMAN ROGERS: guitar, vocals • PHIL THAYER: keyboard, saxophone, flute • ROGER NORTH: drums1. John Morris – "Wave, funny little man" [3:20]2. THEY LIVE THE LIFE [8:19]3. THAT’S HOW I EAT [5:31]4. Hugh Romney & John Morris – “Kiss those guys if they start punching somebody” [1:23]5. DRIFTIN’ [8:15]6. Unknown - “We're over at the Hog Farm, and we have tons of food" [2:15]7. WAITING FOR YOU [11:59]Disc 10COUNTRY JOE McDONALDFeaturing/COUNTRY JOE McDONALD: vocals, guitar1. Chip Monck - "Would those of you who have taken up residence on the towers please come down?" [10:36]2. JANIS [2:50]3. DONOVAN’S REEF [4:04]4. HEARTACHES BY THE NUMBER [3:06]5. RING OF FIRE [2:50]6. TENNESSEE STUD [3:11]7. ROCKIN’ ROUND THE WORLD [1:59]8. FLYING HIGH [2:06]9. I SEEN A ROCKET [1:50]10. THE “FISH” CHEER/I-FEEL-LIKE-I’M-FIXIN’-TO-DIE RAG [3:17]11. I-FEEL-LIKE-I’M-FIXIN’-TO-DIE RAG (Reprise) [1:51]12. Chip Monck – “Cut, bleeding, whatever” [3:37]Disc 11SANTANAFeaturing/CARLOS SANTANA: guitar • GREGG ROLIE: vocals, keyboard • DAVID BROWN: bass • MICHAEL SHRIEVE: drums • MIKE CARABELLO: timbales, congas, percussion • JOSE “CHEPITO” AREAS: trumpet, timbales, congas, percussion1. WAITING [5:11]2. EVIL WAYS [4:34]3. JUST DON’T CARE [4:21]4. SAVOR [5:22]5. JINGO [5:45]6. PERSUASION [3:25]7. SOUL SACRIFICE [13:04]8. FRIED NECK BONES AND SOME HOME FRIES [6:33]9. Chip Monck – "Wheat Germ, Holly has your bag" [16:19]Disc 12JOHN B. SEBASTIANFeaturing/JOHN B. SEBASTIAN: vocals, guitar1. Chip Monck – "If it's out of reason, I trust someone will tell me" [1:23]2. HOW HAVE YOU BEEN [6:29]3. RAINBOWS ALL OVER YOUR BLUES [3:43]4. I HAD A DREAM [3:41]5. DARLING BE HOME SOON [5:57]6. YOUNGER GENERATION [4:15]7. John Morris & Chip Monck – "They’re with us, man!" [1:36]Disc 13THE KEEF HARTLEY BANDFeaturing/KEEF HARTLEY: drums • MILLER ANDERSON: guitar, vocals • GARY THAIN: bass • JIMMY JEWELL: saxophone • HENRY LOWTHER: trumpet, violin1. Chip Monck – “Please meet Harold at the stand with the blood pills” [5:59]2. SPANISH FLY [6:58]3. SHE’S GONE [7:10]4. TOO MUCH THINKING [7:19]5. BELIEVE IN YOU [7:43]6. Halfbreed Medley:SINNIN’ FOR YOU>LEAVING TRUNK>JUST TO CRY>SINNIN’ FOR YOU [17:57]7. Chip Monck – “Le dernière parte de la stage, immédiatement, s'il vous plait” [15:10]Disc 14THE INCREDIBLE STRING BANDFeaturing/MIKE HERON: vocals, guitar, piano, various instruments • ROBIN WILLIAMSON: vocals, guitar, piano, violin • CHRISTINA “LICORICE” McKECHNIE: organ, vocals • ROSE SIMPSON: bass, recorder, vocals, percussion1. Chip Monck – “Puppet theatre will be going on at the Hog Farm at 6:15” [3:55]2. INVOCATION [1:42]3. THE LETTER [5:37]4. Chip Monck – “Please excuse this interruption” [1:30]5. GATHER ‘ROUND [6:30]6. Robin Williamson – “It makes me fantastically happy” [0:44]7. THIS MOMENT [6:13]8. COME WITH ME [3:40]9. Robin Williamson – “I just want to acknowledge all the requests” [1:00]10. WHEN YOU FIND OUT WHO YOU ARE [8:56]11. Chip Monck – “Could we please have the driver of Sly’s truck, please?” [1:14]12. Hugh Romney – “I don’t think there’s such a thing as a bum trip” [0:56]13. Chip Monck – “Let’s see if we can get some semblance of order going”” [11:37]Disc 15CANNED HEATFeaturing/ALAN “BLIND OWL” WILSON: guitar, harmonica, vocals • BOB “THE BEAR” HITE: vocals, harmonica • HARVEY “THE SNAKE” MANDEL: guitar • LARRY “THE MOLE” TAYLOR: bass • ADOLPHO “FITO” DE LA PARRA: drums1. Chip Monck – "There’s been a little tremor of paranoia" [4:19]2. I’M HER MAN [6:17]3. GOING UP THE COUNTRY [6:09]4. A CHANGE IS GONNA COME/LEAVING THIS TOWN [8:25]5. ROLLIN’ BLUES [8:39]6. WOODSTOCK BOOGIE [28:29]Disc 16CANNED HEAT (Continued)1. Bob Hite & Chip Monck – “Sure, man. Go right ahead.” [3:01]2. ON THE ROAD AGAIN [10:57]3. Chip Monck – “Welcome yourselves to this experiment” [18:53]Disc 17MOUNTAINFeaturing/LESLIE WEST: guitar, vocals • FELIX PAPPALARDI: bass • STEVE KNIGHT: keyboards • NORMAN “N.D.” SMART: drums1. Chip Monck – “The brown acid that is circulating around us is not specifically too good” [9:26]2. BLOOD OF THE SUN [3:01]3. STORMY MONDAY [7:18]4. THEME FOR AN IMAGINARY WESTERN [5:13]5. LONG RED [5:45]6. WHO AM I BUT YOU AND THE SUN (FOR YASGUR’S FARM) [3:47]7. BESIDE THE SEA [3:32]8. WAITING TO TAKE YOU AWAY [4:50]9. DREAMS OF MILK AND HONEY [16:11]10. SOUTHBOUND TRAIN [6:17]11. Chip Monck – “The green acid is really a great deal more serious than we thought” [2:28]12. Chip Monck & Joshua White – “Open your eyes wide, ‘cause here it comes” [5:57]Disc 181. Ken Babbs, Chip Monck, et. al. – “It’s the ninth wave” [9:12]GRATEFUL DEADFeaturing/JERRY GARCIA: guitar, vocals • BOB WEIR: guitar • RON “PIGPEN” McKERNAN: keyboards, vocals • TOM CONSTANTEN: keyboards, vocals • PHIL LESH: bass • BILL KREUTZMANN: drums • MICKEY HART: drums2. ST. STEPHEN [2:05]3. MAMA TRIED [2:41]4. Ken Babbs, Country Joe McDonald, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Pigpen, Owsley Stanley, et. al. – “All us people from the Bay Area, we're real LSD freaks!” [11:08]5. DARK STAR [19:10]6. HIGH TIME [6:18]Disc 19GRATEFUL DEAD (Part 2)1. TURN ON YOUR LOVELIGHT [39:01]2. Ken Babbs & Chip Monck – “This is Richie and he’s lost his chick” [6:26]Disc 20CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVALFeaturing/JOHN FOGERTY: vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano • TOM FOGERTY: rhythm guitar, vocals • STU COOK: bass • DOUG “COSMO” CLIFFORD: drums1. John Morris & Chip Monck - "You're carrying Janis's wah-wah pedals" [4:42]2. BORN ON THE BAYOU [5:22]3. GREEN RIVER [3:17]4. NINETY-NINE AND A HALF (Won’t Do) [4:46]5. BOOTLEG [3:38]6. COMMOTION [2:47]7. BAD MOON RISING [2:13]8. PROUD MARY [3:50]9. I PUT A SPELL ON YOU [4:27]10. THE NIGHT TIME IS THE RIGHT TIME [3:39]11. KEEP ON CHOOGLIN’ [10:28]12. SUZIE Q [10:52]13. Chip Monck – “It’s going to be a very long evening” [1:08]Disc 21JANIS JOPLINFeaturing/JANIS JOPLIN: vocals • TERRY CLEMENTS: tenor saxophone • CORNELIUS “SNOOKY” FLOWERS: baritone sax, vocals • LUIS GASCA: trumpet • JOHN TILL: guitar • RICHARD KERMODE: keyboards • BRAD CAMPBELL: bass • MAURY BAKER: drums1. audience & Chip Monck - “Douglas!” [1:27]2. RAISE YOUR HAND [5:16]3. AS GOOD AS YOU’VE BEEN TO THIS WORLD [6:23]4. TO LOVE SOMEBODY [5:31]5. SUMMERTIME [5:23]6. TRY (Just A Little Bit Harder) [5:15]7. KOZMIC BLUES [4:43]8. “This is Snooky Flowers” [0:57]9. I CAN’T TURN YOU LOOSE [6:40]10. WORK ME, LORD [8:24]11. PIECE OF MY HEART [4:39]12. “Music’s not for putting yourself through bad changes” [1:31]13. BALL AND CHAIN [6:29]14. Chip Monck - “If that’s to your liking” [9:12]Disc 22SLY & THE FAMILY STONEFeaturing/SLY STONE: keyboards, vocals • FREDDIE STONE: guitar, vocals • JERRY MARTINI: saxophone • CYNTHIA ROBINSON: trumpet • ROSE STONE: keyboards, vocals • LARRY GRAHAM: bass, vocals • GREGG ERRICO: drums1. Chip Monck - “A little exercise” [1:12]2. M’LADY [6:55]3. “We have some equipment that is not working properly” [0:44]4. SING A SIMPLE SONG [5:15]5. YOU CAN MAKE IT IF YOU TRY [5:34]6. Medley: [22:53]EVERYDAY PEOPLE [3:09]DANCE TO THE MUSIC [3:11]MUSIC LOVER [3:56]I WANT TO TAKE YOU HIGHER [8:25]7. LOVE CITY [5:46]8. Chip Monck - “Get it out in all one big burst” [1:54]9. STAND! [3:35]10. Chip Monck - “A wallet lost” [2:24]Disc 23THE WHOFeaturing/ROGER DALTREY: vocals • PETE TOWNSHEND: guitar, vocals • JOHN ENTWISTLE: bass, vocals • KEITH MOON: drums1. Abbie Hoffman – “I think we, like, oughtta do something about John Sinclair” [2:11]2. HEAVEN AND HELL [3:34]3. I CAN’T EXPLAIN [2:25]4. IT’S A BOY [0:37]5. 1921 [2:30]6. AMAZING JOURNEY [5:41]7. SPARKS [3:27]8. EYESIGHT TO THE BLIND [2:00]9. CHRISTMAS [3:17]10. ACID QUEEN [3:34]11. PINBALL WIZARD [2:57]12. Abbie Hoffman & Pete Townshend – “**** off my ****ing stage!” [0:31]13. DO YOU THINK IT’S ALRIGHT [0:49]14. FIDDLE ABOUT [1:14]15. THERE’S A DOCTOR I’VE FOUND [0:22]16. GO TO THE MIRROR BOY [3:25]17. SMASH THE MIRROR [1:06]18. I’M FREE [2:25]19. TOMMY’S HOLIDAY CAMP [1:00]20. WE’RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT [9:21]21. SUMMERTIME BLUES [3:36]22. SHAKIN’ ALL OVER [6:17]23. MY GENERATION [6:43]24. Chip Monck – “Welcome this new day” [0:54]Day 3Disc 24JEFFERSON AIRPLANEFeaturing/MARTY BALIN: vocals • GRACE SLICK: vocals • PAUL KANTNER: guitar, vocals • JORMA KAUKONEN: guitar, vocals • JACK CASADY: bass • SPENCER DRYDEN: drums • NICKY HOPKINS: piano1. Chip Monck – “That’s not a piece of rope that you’re hanging on” [2:30]2. THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS LIFE [8:29]3. Grace Slick – “One of those sloppy things that goes on and cannot be repeated” [3:50]4. SOMEBODY TO LOVE [4:38]5. 3/5 OF A MILE IN 10 SECONDS [5:44]6. WON’T YOU TRY/SATURDAY AFTERNOON [5:28]7. ESKIMO BLUE DAY [6:11]8. Grace Slick – “We got a whole lot of orange and it was fine” [1:03]9. PLASTIC FANTASTIC LOVER [4:31]10. WOODEN SHIPS [22:07]Disc 25JEFFERSON AIRPLANE (Continued)1. UNCLE SAM BLUES [6:43]2. VOLUNTEERS [4:14]3. Grace Slick – “It’s Pooneil 1” [1:05]4. THE BALLAD OF YOU & ME & POONEIL [15:57]5. COME BACK BABY [6:05]6. WHITE RABBIT [2:27]7. THE HOUSE AT POONEIL CORNERS [9:17]8. Hugh Romney & John Morris – “There is always a little bit of heaven in a disaster area” [2:24]9. John Morris – “The roads are fairly clear now” [1:21]10. Muskrat – “We got a Times” [1:21]11. Hugh Romney, John Morris, et. al. – “Bugsy to the pink and white tent” [3:33]Disc 26JOE COCKERFeaturing/JOE COCKER: vocals • With THE GREASE BAND (CHRIS STAINTON: keyboards • HENRY McCULLOUGH: guitar, backing vocals • ALAN SPENNER: bass, backing vocals • BRUCE ROWLAND: drums)1. Max Yasgur – “I think you people have proven something to the world” [2:53]2. John Morris and The Grease Band – “Now is the time!” [2:19]3. ROCKHOUSE [The Grease Band] [4:15]4. WHO KNOWS WHAT TOMORROW MAY BRING [The Grease Band] [4:28]5. “That farming guy who came out, he seemed a nice little bloke” [0:21]6. DEAR LANDLORD [8:05]7. SOMETHING’S COMING ON [4:02]8. DO I STILL FIGURE IN YOUR LIFE [3:30]9. “An English variation on somebody’s head-bashing tune” [0:35]10. FEELIN’ ALRIGHT [4:54]11. “A ballad of Grecian quantity” [0:30]12. JUST LIKE A WOMAN [6:23]Disc 27JOE COCKER (Continued)1. LET’S GO GET STONED [7:04]2. I DON’T NEED NO DOCTOR [12:01]3. “Just shows you what you can do with a few shillelaghs” [0:37]4. I SHALL BE RELEASED [5:50]5. HITCHCOCK RAILWAY [7:02]6. SOMETHING TO SAY [9:08]7. WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS [8:07]8. John Morris, Barry Melton, audience & rainstorm - “Maybe we can stop this rain” [10:03]Disc 28COUNTRY JOE & THE FISHFeaturing/COUNTRY JOE McDONALD: vocals, guitar • BARRY MELTON: guitar, vocals • MARK KAPNER: keyboards • DOUG METZNER: bass • GREG DEWEY: drums1. Chip Monck – “Leave the fences for last when you take firewood” [10:21]2. ROCK & SOUL MUSIC [2:08]3. LOVE [3:08]4. NOT SO SWEET MARTHA LORRAINE [4:28]5. SING SING SING [3:16]6. SUMMER DRESSES [5:37]7. FRIEND, LOVER, WOMAN, WIFE [2:27]8. SILVER AND GOLD [4:48]9. MARIA [4:13]10. THE LOVE MACHINE [5:25]11. EVER SINCE YOU TOLD ME THAT YOU LOVE ME (I'M A NUT) [2:47]12. CRYSTAL BLUES [6:03]13. ROCK & SOUL MUSIC (Reprise) [13:07]14. THE “FISH” CHEER/I-FEEL-LIKE-I’M-FIXIN’-TO-DIE RAG [3:10]15. Chip Monck - “We’ll start with minimal lighting” [4:18]Disc 29TEN YEARS AFTERFeaturing/ALVIN LEE: guitar, vocals • CHICK CHURCHILL: keyboards • LEO LYONS: bass • RIC LEE: drums1. Chip Monck – “Please do come down” [1:19]2. SPOONFUL [7:31]3. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (1) [2:08]4. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (2) [1:23]5. GOOD MORNING LITTLE SCHOOLGIRL (3) [4:41]6. HOBBIT [8:08]7. I CAN’T KEEP FROM CRYING SOMETIMES [18:00]8. HELP ME [17:56]9. I’M GOING HOME [12:15]10. Chip Monck – “There's been an awful lot of broken limbs” [5:22]Disc 30THE BANDFeaturing/ROBBIE ROBERTSON: guitar, vocals • RICHARD MANUEL: piano, organ, vocals • GARTH HUDSON: organ, piano • RICK DANKO: bass, vocals • LEVON HELM: drums, vocals1. Chip Monck – “B.B. King, Freddie King, Herbie Mann” [10:57]2. CHEST FEVER [5:42]3. DON’T DO IT [4:24]4. TEARS OF RAGE [5:37]5. WE CAN TALK [3:25]6. LONG BLACK VEIL [4:25]7. DON’T YA TELL HENRY [3:52]8. AIN’T NO MORE CANE [5:08]9. THIS WHEEL’S ON FIRE [3:57]10. I SHALL BE RELEASED [3:38]11. THE WEIGHT [6:18]12. LOVING YOU IS SWEETER THAN EVER [5:14]13. audience, Chip Monck, et. al. – “Help, I’m being busted!” [3:22]Disc 31JOHNNY WINTERFeaturing/JOHNNY WINTER: guitar, vocals • TOMMY SHANNON: bass • JOHN TURNER: drums • Special Guest: EDGAR WINTER: keyboards, vocals (tracks 5-7)1. Chip Monck – “There’s evidently a trickle” [3:09]2. MAMA, TALK TO YOUR DAUGHTER [5:02]3. LELAND MISSISSIPPI BLUES [5:13]4. MEAN TOWN BLUES [11:13]5. YOU DONE LOST YOUR GOOD THING NOW [17:02]6. I CAN’T STAND IT - with Edgar Winter [6:26]7. TOBACCO ROAD - with Edgar Winter [10:17]8. TELL THE TRUTH - with Edgar Winter [7:48]9. JOHNNY B. GOODE [5:35]10. Chip Monck & stage crew – “Amplifier Section, come in please” [6:52]Disc 32BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARSFeaturing/DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS: vocals, guitar • STEVE KATZ: guitar, harmonica, vocals • DICK HALLIGAN: keyboards, trombone, flute • JERRY HYMAN: trombone • FRED LIPSIUS: alto sax, piano • LEW SOLOFF: trumpet, flugelhorn • CHUCK WINFIELD: trumpet, flugelhorn • JIM FIELDER: bass • BOBBY COLOMBY: drums1. Chip Monck – “It’s really annoying to have to constantly make this announcement”” [2:34]2. MORE AND MORE [2:51]3. JUST ONE SMILE [4:45]4. SOMETHIN’ COMIN’ ON [2:29]5. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN YOU’LL EVER KNOW [7:29]6. SPINNING WHEEL [4:56]7. SOMETIMES IN WINTER [3:30]8. SMILING PHASES [10:22]9. GOD BLESS THE CHILD [6:54]10. AND WHEN I DIE [5:18]11. YOU’VE MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY [4:24]12. Audience - “What about the Moody Blues?” [8:08]Disc 33CROSBY, STILLS & NASHFeaturing/DAVID CROSBY: guitar, vocals • STEPHEN STILLS: guitar, vocals • GRAHAM NASH: guitar, vocals1. “Tell ‘em who we are, man” [1:02]2. SUITE: JUDY BLUE EYES [8:38]3. BLACKBIRD [2:45]4. HELPLESSLY HOPING [3:05]5. GUINNEVERE [5:55]6. MARRAKESH EXPRESS [2:36]7. 4 + 20 [2:44]CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNGFeaturing/Same as above, adding NEIL YOUNG: guitar, piano, vocals • GREG REEVES: bass • DALLAS TAYLOR: drums8. MR. SOUL [6:31]9. I’M WONDERIN’ [1:51]10. YOU DON’T HAVE TO CRY [3:31]11. “Is everybody ready?” [0:46]12. PRE-ROAD DOWNS [2:51]13. LONG TIME GONE [6:12]14. BLUEBIRD REVISITED [4:32]15. SEA OF MADNESS [2:52]16. WOODEN SHIPS [6:45]17. FIND THE COST OF FREEDOM [2:09]18. “Good luck, fellas” [1:19]19. 49 BYE-BYES [5:19]20. Chip Monck - “We’ll have to talk about it” [0:50]Disc 34THE BUTTERFIELD BLUES BANDFeaturing/PAUL BUTTERFIELD: vocals, harmonica • HOWARD “BUZZY” FEITEN: guitar • ROD HICKS: bass • DAVID SANBORN: alto saxophone • GENE DINWIDDIE: tenor saxophone, vocals • TREVOR LAWRENCE: baritone saxophone • KEITH JOHNSON: trumpet • STEVE MADAIO: trumpet • PHILLIP WILSON: drums1. Chip Monck – “Doriza of Utica” [2:15]2. BORN UNDER A BAD SIGN [13:38]3. NO AMOUNT OF LOVING [6:12]4. DRIFTIN’ AND DRIFTIN’ [12:08]5. MORNING SUNRISE [8:01]6. ALL IN A DAY [7:50]7. LOVE MARCH [11:20]8. EVERYTHING’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT [9:21]9. Chip Monck - “Good morning” [0:19]Disc 35SHA NA NAFeaturing/DONALD “DONNY” YORK: vocals • ROB LEONARD: vocals • ALAN COOPER: vocals • FREDERICK “DENNIS” GREENE: vocals • DAVE GARRETT: vocals • RICHARD “RICHIE” JOFFE: vocals • SCOTT POWELL: vocals • JOE WITKIN: keyboards • HENRY GROSS: guitar • ELLIOT CAHN: rhythm guitar • BRUCE CLARKE III: bass guitar • JOHN “JOCKO” MARCELLINO: drums1. “Test, Test” [1:36]2. GET A JOB [2:27]3. COME GO WITH ME [2:32]4. SILHOUETTES [2:58]5. TEEN ANGEL [3:31]6. (MARIE’S THE NAME) HIS LATEST FLAME [2:08]7. WIPE OUT [2:13]8. BOOK OF LOVE [2:01]9. LITTLE DARLIN’ [incomplete] [0:44]10. AT THE HOP [3:05]11. DUKE OF EARL [2:00]12. Get A Job (Reprise) [0:27]13. Chip Monck - "Thank you for making all this possible" [8:12]Disc 36JIMI HENDRIXFeaturing (as GYPSY SUN AND RAINBOWS)/JIMI HENDRIX: guitar, vocals • LARRY LEE: rhythm guitar • BILLY COX: bass, backing vocals • MITCH MITCHELL: drums • JUMA SULTAN: percussion • GERARDO “JERRY” VELEZ: congas1. Introduction [2:21]2. MESSAGE TO LOVE [7:21]3. HEAR MY TRAIN A COMIN’ [9:49]4. SPANISH CASTLE MAGIC [7:06]5. RED HOUSE [5:24]6. LOVER MAN [5:12]7. FOXEY LADY [5:07]8. JAM BACK AT THE HOUSE [7:45]Disc 37JIMI HENDRIX (Continued)1. IZABELLA [6:42]2. FIRE [3:42]3. VOODOO CHILD (SLIGHT RETURN) [13:40]4. THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER [3:43]5. PURPLE HAZE [4:24]6. WOODSTOCK IMPROVISATION [4:00]7. VILLANOVA JUNCTION [4:28]8. HEY JOE [5:53]Disc 38 – A Farewell and Four Appendices1. Chip Monck - "Good wishes, good day, and a good life" [4:33]2. "This is Groesbeek" [0:16]3. "Hungry wet hordes” [4:48]4. "Sun dance" [0:10]5. "Cancel out whatever I said about the morning" [0:26]6. "Lotsa kooks around here" [0:39]7. "National Outdoor Leadership types" [1:17]8. "Why aren’t you dishonest like everybody else?” [1:17]9. “I just saw the titles on this thing" [0:16]10. "We’ve had hassles” [0:30]11. "This is up at the hospital tent” [2:07]12. "It’s Monday afternoon” [0:49]13. "It’s my Geiger counter” [1:25]14. "Uh… boys by the American flag” [1:22]15. "Magic Terry knows what he’s talking about” [5:57]16. “150 logs” [4:15]17. "There’s a little tin box full of hash around somewhere” [0:43]18. "Here’s a guy slightly freaked out” [1:14]19. "Walking up the hill” [0:35]20. Appendix 2: The Rain Chant [original field recording] [1:12]21. "Please go to the information booth, man” [0:15]22. "Around that crane in a three foot radius” [0:35]23. "On Sunday, man, the Times gave a very favorable editorial” [0:49]24. "It’s gonna take me a few weeks to fully comprehend it” [1:50]25. "We are making announcements” [1:30]26. "Other people’s pills” [0:16]27. Chip Monck -"Please bear with us” [1:36]28. "If anybody can understand what I’m saying, stand up and move” [1:17]29. "A matter of life and death—dig it!” [0:25]30. "Up against the wall, boys” [2:06]31. "Rap Central, near the first aid trailer” [4:15]32. "For those of you who haven’t heard of the Bindi Bazaar” [1:06]33. "Three; Richie’s voice” [1:00]34. "Hello!” [0:16]
  8. Lo nuevo de Banco del Mutuo Soccorso
  9. https://runagaman.bandcamp.com/album/runa-gaman released April 26, 2019 Grabado en vivo en Estudios El Pie, los días 8 y 9 de diciembre del 2018. Ingeniero de grabación: Nono Di Peco Asistente de grabación: Javier Parés Drum Doctor: Alejandro Castellani Key Doctor: Nacho Zárate Mezclado por Enrique Pepo Baumann en Estudio Quesada, entre enero y febrero de 2019. Masterizado por Daniel Ovie en Ovie Mastering. Producido por Pepo Baumann y Runa Gaman Arte de tapa por Santiago Navone Fotografías por Santiago Navone y Flo Catalano Runa Gaman: Gaspar Suarez Lissi: Guitarra Juan Cruz Bello Vargas: Bajo Guido Estrada: Teclados y Santoor Francisco Pellerano Cardús: Batería y Tabla
  10. On his debut solo album Ends, Giancarlo Erra ably demonstrates a masterful gift for producing timelessly intimate and profoundly affecting music.“I decided to call the album 'Ends', because each end is in actuality the possible start for something new (in both music and life). This isn't always easy to accept, and it’s something I often struggle with. The album title is a reminder and an encouragement, plus it’s an appropriate name for my solo debut which explores a different kind of music for me.”Comprising a suite of eight thematically linked instrumentals, Ends deploys sparse piano patterns, synth textures, eerily beautiful string quartet performances, and subtle electronic pulses to create a compelling whole that establishes Erra as a composer of rare sensitivity and singular purpose. Freed from the constraints of writing songs and creating frameworks for his long-running post-rock collective Nosound, with Ends Erra has delivered the purest distillation of his musical vision.In abandoning his voice, Giancarlo Erra has discovered a new one.
  11. TOMPOX - Reincarnation (2019) Studio Album, released in 2019Songs / Tracks Listing1. Without Illusions (6:53)2. Ring of Saturn (9:33)3. Milfyway (6:30)4. Pompeii (5:20)5. Speed Limit (3:53)6. Balloon Ride (6:37)7. Interstellar (6:34)8. Moon Express (3:47)9. Old Buda (9:45)10. Reincarnation (6:39)11. Neverending Dream (5:20)Total Time 70:51Line-up / Musicians- Mátyás Szabolcs / guitar- Endre Balla / keyboards- Sára Dizna Kovács / flute, vocals- István Elek / saxophone - Tamás Pócs / bass- Péter Szula / drums
  12. New Prog Releases: Front "Echoes From The Past" Country: HungaryGenre(s): Instrumental Progressive Rock, FusionLabel: World Vision RecordsFormat: CD, digitalRelease date: April 1, 2019Tracklist: 1. Aladdin And The Foot Of The Costermonger (5:48)2. Non-Working Day (4:00)3. Solar Eclipse (8:10)4. Papua Disco (4:38)5. Dead End (3:02)6. Echoes From The Past (2:36)7. Dream Of Sacristy (5:06)8. Princess With 7 Heads (22:14)Total Time 55:34Line-up: Alapi István - guitarFekete Sándor - drumsSzilágyi Péter - keyboardsVincze László - bass guitar
  13. https://www.rhino.com/article/woodstock-celebrates-50-years-with-comprehensive-38-cd-deluxe-boxed-set 60sFolkRockNews Limited Edition Collection Documents The Historic Festival In A Near Complete Chronological Reconstruction Of Every Artist Performance Across 38 Discs And 432 Tracks, Including Nearly 20 Hours Of Previously Unreleased Audio Available From Rhino On August 2 10-CD, 3-CD And 5-LP Versions Will Also Be Available On June 28 This summer will be the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the defining event of a generation and one of the most iconic moments in popular music history. Despite its enduring cultural significance, no one has ever attempted to document the historic festival as it unfolded in real time. That is precisely what producers Andy Zax and Steve Woolard have done with a new 38-disc, 432-track boxed set that includes a near complete reconstruction of Woodstock across nearly 36 hours, with every artist performance from the festival included in chronological order. The collection boasts 267 previously unreleased audio tracks, totaling nearly 20 hours. Limited to 1,969 individually numbered copies, WOODSTOCK - BACK TO THE GARDEN – THE DEFINITIVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVE comes in a screen-printed plywood box with canvas insert inspired by the Woodstock stage set up, designed by Grammy®-winning graphic designer Masaki Koike. The set also includes a Blu-ray copy of the Woodstock film, a replica of the original program, a guitar strap, two Woodstock posters, a reprint of a diary written by an attendee during the festival, two 8x10 prints from legendary rock photographer Henry Diltz, and essays by Zax, acclaimed music scribe Jesse Jarnow, and trailblazing rock critic Ellen Sander. Also included is a copy of Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music (Reel Art Press), a comprehensive new hardbound book about the event written by Michael Lang, one of the festival’s co-creators. The collection will be available on August 2. Pre-orders are available now at the Rhino.com store, bundled with four exclusive 18x15 lithographs by Dale Saltzman, based on banners that were onsite at the original festival. Rhino also will release two other collections earlier in the summer on June 28. WOODSTOCK – BACK TO THE GARDEN – 50TH ANNIVERSARY EXPERIENCE features 162 tracks across 10 CDs and is the first Woodstock collection to feature live recordings of every performer at the festival . WOODSTOCK – BACK TO THE GARDEN – 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION includes 42 tracks and will be available as a both 3-CD and 5-LP sets. The 10-disc version will also be available via digital download. Between August 15-18, 1969, more than 400,000 people converged on Max Yasgur’s 600-acre dairy farm in upstate New York for Woodstock. Thirty-two acts performed including some of the most popular and influential musicians of the era such as Joan Baez, The Band, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Santana, Sly and the Family Stone, and The Who. The concert spawned Michael Wadleigh’s Oscar®-winning documentary as well as a pair of soundtrack albums. Together, the film and records have created a popular mythology surrounding Woodstock, one that only paints a partial picture of what actually happened. BACK TO THE GARDEN, producer Andy Zax writes in the liner notes, is intended to let people hear the festival as it really happened. “Wadleigh’s film tells a story of Woodstock, but it doesn’t tell the story...This 50th anniversary archive — which presents nearly all of the audio from the festival in something approximating real time — tells a different kind of story. If Wadleigh’s film is a kind of psychedelic Busby Berkeley musical, Back To The Garden is an audio-verité documentary…All of the mythology of Woodstock is here in this box; or at least, everything that would eventually create that mythology. The reality is here, too. And neither invalidates the other.” The time-consuming challenge of reconstructing the concert audio began with locating the more than 60 multi-track reels recorded by Eddie Kramer and Lee Osborne, as well as the 100 or so soundboard reels recorded by the onstage crew. Sorting through those tapes – some of which had been edited, mislabeled or lost – and then reassembling them properly was a process that, in some cases, took years to complete. Zax says he, sound producer Brian Kehew and mastering engineer Dave Schultz avoided interfering with the tapes as much as possible in order to preserve their authenticity. “It’s not surprising that other producers’ first reaction to these tapes over the years has been ‘uh-oh,’ immediately followed by ‘we’ve gotta find a way to fix this.’ I'm not unsympathetic to that approach, but if there's a single overriding lesson that Brian Kehew and I have learned since we began working with the Woodstock tapes in 2005, it’s this: you can't fix them… That’s less grim than it seems, because once you’ve accepted the idea that there is no way to make these recordings sound slick, you realize that these tapes are the sonic equivalent of heirloom tomatoes — slightly imperfect, but delicious.” In some cases, however, they needed to take advantage of new technology to perform much-needed restorations that would not have been possible just a few years ago. Zax says: “The only surviving recording of Ravi Shankar’s Woodstock performance…is a mono reel with less than optimal sound. But the breakthrough de-mixing process developed by James Clarke at Abbey Road Studios allowed us to isolate and extract the parts played by each instrument and then create a new stereo mix. Similarly, recent improvements in polyphonic tuning have allowed us to repair previously unfixable horn parts in the Blood, Sweat & Tears performance, allowing it, for the first time, to be heard as originally intended.” But the Woodstock audio isn't solely about music: it’s also about the people who were there. Fortunately, the microphones were left on throughout the festival, capturing everything from stagehands discussing lunch and audience members shouting requests for baseball scores, to Max Yasgur’s uplifting address to the audience gathered on his farm. You can also hear the cavalcade of stage announcements made by stage manager John Morris and lighting director Chip Monck, who were drafted as emcees for the festival because no one hired one. On all three of these new anniversary collections, you can hear them between songs making announcements about everything from lost keys to warnings about “flat blue acid.” The final disc in the 38-disc box serves as an appendix and contains ancillary recordings and a few bits of audio whose placement within the sequence could not be confirmed. As the cliché goes: If you can remember the 1960s, you weren’t there. BACK TO THE GARDEN provides a way for people who weren’t there to remember them. And for anyone who was there, perhaps this will jog their memory. NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER WOODSTOCK - BACK TO THE GARDEN – THE DEFINITIVE 50TH ANNIVERSARY ARCHIVE Includes Full Performances by the Following Artists (In Chronological Order) Richie Havens Sweetwater Bert Sommer Tim Hardin Ravi Shankar Melanie Arlo Guthrie Joan Baez Quill Country Joe McDonald Santana John B. Sebastian The Keef Hartley Band The Incredible String Band Canned Heat Mountain Grateful Dead Creedence Clearwater Revival Janis Joplin Sly & The Family Stone The Who Jefferson Airplane Joe Cocker Country Joe & The Fish Ten Years After The Band Johnny Winter Blood, Sweat & Tears Crosby, Stills & Nash Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young The Butterfield Blues Band Sha Na Na Jimi Hendrix WOODSTOCK – BACK TO THE GARDEN – 50TH ANNIVERSARY EXPERIENCE 10 –CD Track Listing Disc One Richie Havens 1. Hello! 2. “From The Prison>Get Together>From The Prison” 3. “High Flying Bird” 4. “With A Little Help From My Friends” 5. “Handsome Johnny” 6. “Freedom” 7. It seems there are a few cars blocking the road – John Morris Sweetwater 8. “Look Out” 9. “Day Song” 10. “Two Worlds” Bert Sommer 11. “Jennifer” 12. “And When It’s Over” 13. “America” 14. “Smile” 15. Let’s see how bright it can be – John Morris Tim Hardin 16. “How Can We Hang On To A Dream” 17. “If I Were A Carpenter” 18. “Reason To Believe” 19. “Misty Roses” 20. We're a pretty big city right now– John Morris Disc Two 1. Somebody, somewhere is giving out some flat blue acid – John Morris Ravi Shankar 2. “Raga Manj Kmahaj” Melanie 3. “Momma Momma” 4. “Beautiful People” 5. “Mr. Tambourine Man” 6. “Birthday Of The Sun” 7. It's a free concert from now on – John Morris Arlo Guthrie 8. “Coming Into Los Angeles” 9. Lotta freaks! 10. “Wheel Of Fortune” 11. “Walking Down The Line” 12. “Every Hand In The Land” 13. Let's just make the festival, not the other stuff – John Morris Joan Baez 14. “The Last Thing On My Mind” 15. “I Shall Be Released” 16. He already had a very, very good hunger strike going 17. “Joe Hill” 18. “Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man” – featuring Jeffrey Shurtleff 19. That brings us fairly close to the dawn – John Morris 20. I guess the reason we’re here is music – John Morris Quill 21. “They Live The Life” 22. “That’s How I Eat” Disc Three 1. Can those of you in the back hear well? – Chip Monck Country Joe McDonald 2. “Janis” 3. “Donovan’s Reef” 4. “The “Fish” Cheer/I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag” 5. Those wishing to be lost, those wishing to be found – Chip Monck Santana 6. “Savor” 7. “Jingo” 8. “Persuasion” 9. “Soul Sacrifice” 10. An exciting set is understandable – Chip Monck John B. Sebastian 11. “How Have You Been” 12. “Rainbows All Over Your Blues” 13. “I Had A Dream” 14. “Darling Be Home Soon” The Keef Hartley Band 15. Halfbreed Medley: “Sinning For You>Leaving Trunk>Just To Cry>Sinning For You” 16. Bring Jerry's nitroglycerin pills to the Indian Pavilion – Chip Monck Disc Four 1. Go to Mr. Lang's office right away – Chip Monck The Incredible String Band 2. “Invocation” 3. “The Letter” 4. “Gather ‘Round” 5. “When You Find Out Who You Are” 6. If things aren't going well for you or whatever – Chip Monck & Hugh Romney Canned Heat 7. “Going Up The Country” 8. “Woodstock Boogie” 9. Can we have a little juice on this other microphone, please? – Bob Hite & Chip Monck 10. “On The Road Again” 11. It’s your own trip – Chip Monck Disc Five 1. We'll take care of that right away – Chip Monck Mountain 2. “Theme For An Imaginary Western” 3. “Long Red” 4. “Who Am I But You And The Sun (For Yasgur’s Farm)” 5. “Southbound Train” 6. Open your eyes wide – Chip Monck & Joshua White 7. So many people have been able to participate in such a debacle – Ken Babbs Grateful Dead 8. “Mama Tried” 9. It’s a sinister plot! – Ken Babbs, Country Joe McDonald, et al 10. “Dark Star” 11. “High Time” 12. You're carrying Janis's wah-wah pedals – John Morris Creedence Clearwater Revival 13. “Green River” 14. “Bad Moon Rising” 15. “I Put A Spell On You” 16. It’s going to be a very long evening – Chip Monck Disc Six Janis Joplin 1. “To Love Somebody” 2. “Kozmic Blues” 3. “Piece Of My Heart” 4. Music's for grooving, man 5. “Ball And Chain” 6. Just in case you should get any ideas about leaving – Chip Monck Sly & The Family Stone 7. Medley: “Everyday People>Dance To The Music>Music Lover>I Want To Take You Higher” 8. Are you supposed to be up there rapping? No, man. – Abbie Hoffman & stagehand The Who 9. “I Can’t Explain” 10. “Pinball Wizard” 11. I can dig it – Abbie Hoffman & Pete Townshend 12. “We’re Not Gonna Take It” 13. “Shakin’ All Over” 14. “My Generation” 15. Welcome this new day – Chip Monck Disc Seven Jefferson Airplane 1. “The Other Side Of This Life” 2. “Somebody To Love” 3. Let’s play it out of tune – Grace Slick 4. “3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds” 5. “Won’t You Try/Saturday Afternoon” 6. We got a whole lot of orange and it was fine – Grace Slick 7. “Plastic Fantastic Lover” 8. “Volunteers” 9. If you're too tired to chew, pass it on – Hugh Romney 10. The roads are fairly clear now – John Morris 11. This is the largest group of people ever assembled in one place – Max Yasgur Joe Cocker 12. “Dear Landlord” 13. “Feelin’ Alright” 14. “Let’s Go Get Stoned” 15. “Hitchcock Railway” 16. “With A Little Help From My Friends” 17. Isn’t the rain beautiful? – John Morris, Barry Melton, rainstorm & audience Disc Eight Country Joe & The Fish 1. “Rock And Soul Music” 2. “Love” 3. “Silver And Gold” 4. “Rock And Soul Music” (Reprise) Ten Years After 5. “Help Me” 6. “I’m Going Home” 7. Come down and say hello to us – Chip Monck The Band 8. “Chest Fever” 9. “Tears Of Rage” 10. “This Wheel’s On Fire” 11. “I Shall Be Released” 12. “The Weight” 13. We've just had a slight change in running order – Chip Monck Disc Nine 1. It’s really a drag – Chip Monck Johnny Winter 2. “Leland Mississippi Blues” 3. “Mean Town Blues” 4. “Johnny B. Goode” 5. It just doesn't seem to be necessary – Chip Monck Blood, Sweat & Tears 6. “More And More” 7. “Spinning Wheel” 8. “Smiling Phases” 9. “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” Crosby, Stills & Nash 10. Tell 'em who we are, man 11. “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” 12. “Blackbird” 13. “Marrakesh Express” Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 14. “Sea Of Madness” 15. “Wooden Ships” 16. Bummer! 17. “49 Bye-Byes” Disc Ten The Butterfield Blues Band 1. “No Amount Of Loving” 2. “Love March” 3. “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” Sha Na Na 4. Test – Chip Monck & Sha Na Na 5. “Get A Job” 6. “Come Go With Me” 7. “Silhouettes” 8. “At The Hop” 9. “Duke Of Earl” 10. “Get A Job” (Reprise) 11. Thank you for making all this possible – Chip Monck Jimi Hendrix 12. “Hear My Train A Comin’” 13. “Izabella” 14. “The Star Spangled Banner>Purple Haze” 15. Good wishes, good day, and a good life – Chip Monck WOODSTOCK – BACK TO THE GARDEN – 50TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION 3-CD Track Listing (5-LP Version Also Available) Disc One 1. “Handsome Johnny” – Richie Havens 2. “Freedom (Motherless Child)” – Richie Havens 3. Everybody’s ground getting comfortable? – John Morris 4. “Reason To Believe” – Tim Hardin 5. It’s deadly serious, man – John Morris 6. “Coming Into Los Angeles” – Arlo Guthrie 7. Lotta Freaks! – Arlo Guthrie 8. “Drug Store Truck Drivin’ Man” – Joan Baez With Jeffrey Shurtleff 9. Please come down – Chip Monck 10. “The “Fish” Cheer/I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-To-Die Rag” – Country Joe McDonald 11. “Jingo” – Santana 12. “Soul Sacrifice” – Santana 13. Helen Savage, please call your father – Chip Monck 14. “Darling Be Home Soon” – John B. Sebastian 15. It’s not poison! – Hugh Romney 16. “Going Up The Country” – Canned Heat 17. “On The Road Again” – Canned Heat Disc Two 1. Country common sense! – Chip Monck, Country Joe Mcdonald, Ken Babbs 2. “Dark Star” – Grateful Dead 3. We’ve got the keys to your house – John Morris 4. “Bad Moon Rising” – Creedence Clearwater Revival 5. “I Put A Spell On You” – Creedence Clearwater Revival 6. “Kozmic Blues” – Janis Joplin 7. “Piece Of My Heart” – Janis Joplin 8. Medley: “Dance To The Music>Music Lover>I Want To Take You Higher” – Sly & The Family Stone 9. “We’re Not Gonna Take It” – The Who 10. “My Generation” – The Who 11. “Somebody To Love” – Jefferson Airplane 12. “Volunteers” – Jefferson Airplane 13. We must be in heaven, man! – Hugh Romney Disc Three 1. I think you people have proven something to the world – Max Yasgur 2. “With A Little Help From My Friends” – Joe Cocker 3. Looks like we’re gonna get a little bit of rain – John Morris 4. “I’m Going Home” – Ten Years After 5. “The Weight” – The Band 6. “Spinning Wheel” – Blood, Sweat & Tears 7. “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes” – Crosby, Stills & Nash 8. “Sea Of Madness” – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 9. “Wooden Ships” – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 10. “Love March” – The Butterfield Blues Band 11. “At The Hop” – Sha Na Na 12. It’s been a delight seeing you – Chip Monck
  14. http://www.superdeluxeedition.com/news/brian-eno-apollo-atmospheres-soundtracks-extended-edition/#more-149968 Brian Eno / Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks extended edition May 8, 2019 by Paul Sinclairtags: 1980s, brian eno, daniel lanois Original album remastered plus a whole disc of new music Brian Eno‘s 1983 album Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks has been remastered and expanded for a special ‘extended edition’ due in July The album was written, produced and performed by Brian Eno together with his brother Roger and Daniel Lanois. The music was originally recorded in 1983 for the feature-length documentary, For All Mankind, directed by American journalist, film director and screenwriter, Al Reinert. In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, this remastered, extended edition of the album is available as a 2LP vinyl set or a two-CD deluxe hardcover book package. It features the original album remastered by Abbey Road’s Miles Showell as well as a while disc of new music: an album comprising 11 new instrumental compositions reimagining the soundtrack to For All Mankind. The vinyl comes in a gatefold sleeve and includes a download.There are actually two CD editions: a limited and numbered deluxe with hardcover book and the standard 2CD. Both vinyl and CD editions are released on 19 July 2019. These can be pre-ordered from the SDE shop CD/LP 1 01. Under Stars ( 4:29 ) 02. The Secret Place ( 3:31 ) 03. Matta ( 4:20 ) 04. Signals ( 2:47 ) 05. An Ending (Ascent) ( 4:24 ) 06. Under Stars II ( 3:23 ) 07. Drift ( 3:05 ) 08. Silver Morning ( 2:40 ) 09. Deep Blue Day ( 3:58 ) 10. Weightless ( 4:35 ) 11. Always Returning ( 4:04 ) 12. Stars ( 8:02 ) CD/LP 2 01. The End Of A Thin Cord ( 4:08 ) 02. Capsule ( 3:13 ) 03. At The Foot Of A Ladder ( 3:35 ) 04. Waking Up ( 2:29 ) 05. Clear Desert Night ( 3:11 ) 06. Over The Canaries ( 4:41 ) 07. Last Step From The Surface ( 3:58 ) 08. Fine-grained ( 3:34 ) 09. Under The Moon ( 3:10 ) 10. Strange Quiet ( 4:09 ) 11. Like I Was A Spectator ( 4:23 )
  15. Our debut album ' Closer to Utopia' is out now.It was primarily recorded live during a three day session.Drawing influence from the 70s prog scene, while blending in heavier sounds, it is our first conceptual album. Enjoy!!
  16. Acá, el disco completo de Jon Anderson '1000 hands'
  17. Me parece que este disco será un retorno a los días de gloria de Underfall Yard y English Electric. Ojalá así sea!
  18. El nuevo single de Big Big Train. El segundo de su nuevo album, 'Theodora in Green and Gold' Otro TEMAZO. El disco realmente promete
  19. Fresquito, recién salido del horno, de una banda nueva, llamado Gowenland Está buenísmo
  20. Cambio en la formación de King Crimson Se va Bill Rieflin https://www.dgmlive.com/news/irreplaceable-billness
  21. Rolling Stones / Rock and Roll Circus four-disc box and 3LP vinyl May 1, 2019 by Ian Wadetags: 1960s, dolby atmos, Surround, The Rolling Stones Dolby Atmos surround • 2CD+DVD+blu-ray box • unheard audio The Rolling Stones‘ Rock and Roll Circus is being released as a four-disc deluxe box set which features the event on blu-ray (for the first time). There will also be a 3 LP vinyl version, featuring extra tracks not previously broadcast. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was shot over two days in December 1968 and featured guests such as The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull and the impromptu supergroup The Dirty Mac (which featured John Lennon, Keith Richards, Mitch Mitchell, Eric Clapton and, on bag, Yoko Ono) in addition to the original lineup of The Rolling Stones. Shot in a north London television studio by director Michael Lindsay-Hogg, (he would shoot Let It Be shortly after) The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was a concert filmed with the band themselves as on-screen hosts in addition to performing. The audience were made up of fan club members and it was ostensibly meant to be a BBC TV special for the Beggars Banquet long player. But Brian Jones left and then died, and so the film wasn’t properly released for 28 years. In terms of this reissue, the limited deluxe edition is a multi-format package consisting of blu-ray, DVD, 2CD and a 44-page book with David Dalton’s original 1969 Rolling Stone essay and photographs by Michael Randolf. Bonus material includes the late concert pianist Julius Katchen, three additional songs by Taj Mahal and never before heard recordings of The Dirty Mac performing The Beatles classic, ‘Revolution’ and the aptly titled track ‘Warmup Jam’. Released for the first time on Vinyl as a 3 LP package, the soundtrack is also available as a standalone 2CD set. Note: the blu-ray is not available separately it’s only in the box (for now, at least). The stereo version on the CD and vinyl is a “new mix” while the blu-ray offers a Dolby Atmos surround mix. ABKCO are claiming that this is “the first archival concert film to be mixed using” Atmos. There’s also commentary tracks by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Tony Richmond, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Yoko Ono and Marianne Faithfull, as well as an on-camera interview with Pete Townshend. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is released 28 June 2019 via ABKCO. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus 3LP vinyl LP 1 Side 1 Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Rock And Roll Circus Entry Of The Gladiators – Circus Band Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Jethro Tull Song For Jeffrey – Jethro Tull Keith Richards’ Introduction Of The Who A Quick One While He’s Away – The Who Over The Waves – Circus Band Side 2 Ain’t That A Lot Of Love – Taj Mahal Charlie Watts’ Introduction Of Marianne Faithfull Something Better – Marianne Faithfull Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Dirty Mac Yer Blues – The Dirty Mac Whole Lotta Yoko – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis with The Dirty Mac LP 2 Side 1 John Lennon’s Introduction of The Rolling Stones Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones Parachute Woman – The Rolling Stones No Expectations – The Rolling Stones You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones Side 2 Sympathy For the Devil – The Rolling Stones Salt Of The Earth – The Rolling Stones LP 3 Side 1 Checkin’ Up On My Baby – Taj Mahal Leaving Trunk – Taj Mahal Corinna – Taj Mahal Side 2 Revolution (rehearsal) – The Dirty Mac Warmup Jam – The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (take 2) – The Dirty Mac Brian Jones’ Introduction of Julius Katchen de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance – Julius Katchen Mozart: Sonata In C Major – 1st Movement – Julius Katchen The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus 2CD deluxe 1. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Rock And Roll Circus – Mick Jagger 2. Entry Of The Gladiators – Circus Band 3. Mick Jagger’s Introduction Of Jethro Tull – Mick Jagger 4. Song For Jeffrey – Jethro Tull 5. Keith Richards’ Introduction Of The Who – Keith Richards 6. A Quick One While He’s Away – The Who 7. Over The Waves – Circus Band 8. Ain’t That A Lot Of Love – Taj Mahal 9. Charlie Watts’ Introduction Of Marianne Faithfull – Charlie Watts 10. Something Better – Marianne Faithfull 11. Mick Jagger’s and John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Dirty Mac – Mick Jagger & John Lennon 12. Yer Blues – The Dirty Mac 13. Whole Lotta Yoko – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis with The Dirty Mac 14. John Lennon’s Introduction Of The Rolling Stones – Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones 15. Parachute Woman – The Rolling Stones 16. No Expectations – The Rolling Stones 17. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones 18. Sympathy for the Devil – The Rolling Stones 19. Salt Of The Earth – The Rolling Stones 20. Checkin’ Up On My Baby – Taj Mahal 21. Leaving Trunk – Taj Mahal 22. Corinna – Taj Mahal 23. Revolution (rehearsal) – The Dirty Mac 24. Warmup Jam – The Dirty Mac 25. Yer Blues (take 2) – The Dirty Mac 26. Brian Jones’ Introduction of Julius Katchen – Brian Jones 27. de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance – Julius Katchen 28. Mozart: Sonata In C Major-1st Movement – Julius Katchen Blu-ray/DVD The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (4K FILM) THE FILM Song For Jeffrey – Jethro Tull A Quick One While He’s Away – The Who Ain’t That A Lot Of Love – Taj Mahal Something Better – Marianne Faithfull Yer Blues – The Dirty Mac Whole Lotta Yoko – Yoko Ono & Ivry Gitlis, and The Dirty Mac Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones Parachute Woman – The Rolling Stones No Expectations – The Rolling Stones You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones Sympathy for the Devil – The Rolling Stones Salt Of The Earth – The Rolling Stones EXTRAS Widescreen Feature, Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (65 min) Pete Townshend Interview, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (18 min) The Dirty Mac: ‘Yer Blues’ Tk2 Quad Split, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (5:43) Taj Mahal: Checkin’ Up On My Baby, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (5:37) Leaving Trunk, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (6:20) Corinna, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (3:49) Julius Katchen: de Falla: Ritual Fire Dance, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (6:30) Mozart: Sonata In C Major-1st Movement, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (2:27) Mick & The Tiger/ Luna & The Tiger, Ratio: 4×3 (1:35) Bill Wyman & The Clowns, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (2:00) Lennon, Jagger, & Yoko backstage, Aspect Ratio: 4×3 (45sec) FILM COMMENTARY TRACKS: Life Under The Big Top (Artists) Featuring: Mick Jagger, Ian Anderson, Taj Mahal, Yoko Ono, Bill Wyman, Keith Richards (65 min) Framing The Show (Director & Cinematographer) Featuring: Michael Lindsay Hogg, Tony Richmond (65 min) Musings (artists, writer, fan who was there) Featuring: Marianne Faithfull, David Dalton, David Stark (50 min)