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Preacher It's Alright feat. Believe It Give It to Me feat. Raheem DeVaughn What the Lovers Do feat. Devin The Dude Better Way feat. Oh Yeah Our Babies And the Winner Is feat. Bun B Too Long feat. Black Thought I was pouring sweat alongside people who had just met that day for the first time to play a show under the name St.
Now, over 8 years later, we built a career out of it. During this pandemic, I have gotten awfully nostalgic. For a time, we would travel constantly and shows started blending together. That endorphin rush was taken for granted. The first moment we had to play a socially distanced show, I knew exactly what we should do.
Play a show at Avondale Brewery and do our debut album in full. Something I would never had done if the pandemic had not happened. The beauty though of looking Album) at the beginning was realizing all the great people that helped us turn a summer fling into an actual career. It was such a beautiful time. Here is the live recording from that show that night. New inch EP is the latest release on Records Store Daya collection of his new songs recorded during the pandemic, available on vinyl.
The B-side features "By Swallow Season" - a mid-tempo jazzy boogie track, with sentimental lyrics over a floating mellow wah-wah guitar and melancholy saxophone.
An ultimate soul classic in contemporary Japan, the Yeah Yeah Yeah - Various - Blues Across America - The Nashville Scene (CD steel guitar and the dry strumming blends in with the tight groove, along with his straightforward lyrics like "People and events that were pretended it didn't exist". Side A 1.
The Feeling Of Love 2. Obscure Nightclub Side B 1. By Swallow Season 2. Don't Tinker With History. This concert was previously a digital only-release. This first physical release comes on double red vinyl for RSD Drops. Armed And Ready 2. Cry For The Nations 3.
Victim Of Illusion 4. Natural Thing 5. Feels Like A Good Thing 6. Into The Arena 7. Looking Out From Nowhere 8. Rock Bottom 9. Tales Of Mystery Lost Horizons Band Introductions Shoot Shoot Doctor Doctor Lights Out. Murder 2. Out On the Streets 3. James bond 4. Sweet Collie 5. Street Feeling 6. Everyday 7. The Selecter 8. Danger 9. They Make Me Made Carry Go Bring Come On My Radio Too Much Pressure. Two of the sessions were with admired radio broadcaster John Peel.
This title charts their earliest days as an indie band in to the time they signed to Warner Records in It will all be available on smoky vinyl.
Side One - John Peel Session 1. Alice, 3. Good Things, 4. Heartland, 2. Jolene, 3. Valentine, 4. Walk Away, 2. Poison Door, 3. No Time To Cry, 4.
It's a release not to miss. Numbered - silver foil - purple vinyl. Don Carlos Lazer Beam feat. Don Carlos Holiday feat. Don Carlos Brethren Party Remix feat. Don Carlos. For the first time ever, all of the Small Faces classic Decca and Immediate singles from are included on one LP.
All have been newly remastered to vinyl from the original Decca and Immediate master tapes by Nick Robbins at Soundmastering Studios in London under the supervision of surviving Small Faces member Kenney Jones who also pens a touching introductory sleeve note.
Each LP will also come with a colour postcard with the LP cover artwork, hand-signed by Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones on one side and a facsimile of a Decca band member biog on the other side. A complete delight. Baleedat feat. Ashtray feat. Game 7 feat. Turnbuckle Music feat.
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Having just unleashed their critically acclaimed fifth studio album IMPERIAL, SOEN are an undeniable cypher for all which swirls around us, something which will continue to set them apart from their peers for years to come. The title track is something of an homage to John Coltrane, through blue-colored glasses. Chris Stamey has delivered an inspired album for this Record Store Day release.
One More Hurt 2. Spread Your Love On Me 3. Where Were You 3. Do Right Woman 3. We Had It All 2. Slipping Away 3. I'll Be Here 3. Trouble, Heartaches And Sadness 2. Jolene 4. Lose You Now with Mako 2. Guardian 3. Kiesza 4. Torch Bringer 5. Bad Girls, released by Casablanca Records on April 25,is widely considered one of the greatest disco albums. This rare collection comes from the personal vault of Sweet lead guitarist Andy Scott. Sweet fans worldwide will be amazed by the rarity of the alternate takes and mixes.
Grunge metal greatness! This record marked Tad's major label debut on the Giant imprintand for it the band brought in Dinosaur Jr. The result was a more focused album than Tad's previous outings, laced with piledriver riffs 'n' hooks and some wicked humor, even as the band grappled with such disturbing topics as Ted Bundy and child abduction. The band toured with Soundgarden behind this record; though that didn't lead to the hoped-for commercial breakthrough, it did cement Inhaler's status as the go-to record in Tad's catalog.
Only out on LP for a heartbeat upon its initial release, and never reissued since, Inhaler comes in tan, black and red "Mutt Mix" swirl vinyl limited to copies for RSD Drops. Elephants in the Thai jungle playing specially designed musical instruments.
The elephants improvise the music themselves. This is the first vinyl pressing and includes new liner notes from Dave Soldier. Red Hot Chili Peppers fans are going to love this rare and recently discovered audio gem. Toby Redd was a fan favorite in the Midwest headlining larger club venues and festivals during the mid 80s.
This RSD Drops exclusive comes on red vinyl to celebrate one of the greatest bands to emerge out of the Motor City in the s. A must for any Red Hot Chili Peppers fan! Astradyne 2. New Europeans 3.
Private Lives 4. Passing Strangers 5. Sleepwalk 6. Western Promise 8. Vienna 9. All Stood Still Astradyne New Europeans [Instrumental] Private Lives [Instrumental] Passing Strangers [Instrumental].
Sleepwalk [Instrumental] X [Instrumental] Western Promise [Instrumental] Vienna [Instrumental] All Stood Still [Instrumental]. Besides that, the album was No. And that same week it entered the US Billboard compilation chart at 5, after being tipped by Rolling Stone magazine as one of their favorite RSD releases to look out for. So more than enough reasons for a second volume, to be released on RSD The concept is the same: Much sought-after Dutch beat and psych rarities on a colored vinyl double LP, with amazing artwork, track-by-track liner notes and band photos.
All songs on Volume 2 have been newly transferred and remastered from the original master tapes, some in their original mono versions, including two newly unearthed, previously unreleased gems.
Side B 1. Crash - Last Week 5. Side C 1. Side D 1. With each Trip, we unearth even more incredible bangers that somehow eluded popularity in their day For every classic rock mainstay like Black Sabbath and Grand Funk Railroad, there are hundreds of great bands who, for a variety of reasons, were previously lost to the sands of time. Brown Acid seeks to rectify that, with all tracks painstakingly licensed legitimately and ensuring that the original artists are paid.
You may be familiar with George Brigman's psychedelic punk masterpiece Jungle Rot, but you don't know Split until you've heard the charmingly disjointed bedroom-fi production of "Blowin' Smoke. Luke and the Apostles ain't no Xian group, even though this 45 is of biblical proportions. Back inthe band recorded 10 original songs at 8-Track Studios in Chicago, only to break up shortly thereafter. Two of the tracks were eventually released as a 45 inbut confusingly under a different band name, Zukus!
Louisville, KY quartet Conception's excellent revision of Blue Cheer's "Babylon" adds heavy phaser effect on the guitar and a more driving rhythm to make the song entirely their own.
Lead guitar and high harmony vocals by Charlie Day not to be confused with the Sunny Philadelphian actor are assertive and commanding as he implores listeners onward to hallucinogenic nirvana. Written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry, the movie follows an estranged couple Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet who have erased each other from their memories.
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Seriously rare, killer and classic funk tunes brought together here in this unique one-off pressing for RSD Drops Heavy funk overview full of independent classics. An anthology of DJ favorites and breakbeat essentials. The Gaturs-Gatur Bait 4. Herbie Thompson-Keep On Stepping 8. City Council Ltd. Bobo Mr. And it is most certainly the first to offer a hip-hop take on a Prine song, performed by Chicago-based Ifjams. Kindercore Vinyl is also a sponsor of this very special project.
All proceeds from vinyl and digital sales will benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission, a charity chosen by the Prine family. Heaven Honey - ''Down by the Side of the Road'' 4. Chris Crofton - ''Lake Marie'' 2. Chandelle - ''Lonesome Friends of Science'' 3.
Justin and The Cosmics - ''Clay Pigeons'' 4. Not even close. You got about a half dozen of them right — though all in the wrong order. Try again. I saw the post and before I even looked at the list I had Concert for Bangladesh on my mind, great concert, but I guess most of you are too young to remember it. Would have put Rainbow On Stage on the list too.
Just because your fave band make a live album does not mean that it will be great. Yeah Yeah Yeah - Various - Blues Across America - The Nashville Scene (CD, a lot of live albums merely display moderately played greatest hits and are a cheap from the record companies point of view offering to fans for a fast buck. Most bands suck live. You totally lack credibility, man. So many left out. Agree with Live At Leeds …. No ranking for Hawkwinds Space Ritual…. Its my favorite live album.
For me the greatest is live cream vol ll. And Steppin Out from that album the greatest track. Clapton is pure genius on this track. Led Zep should be much much higher. Included: Kiss. Something stinks. Is this based on sales, personal taste, how stoned you were when you heard it, or you were at the actual concert when it was recorded? Highly suspect. Wings Over America was the first album I ever bought about 40 years ago.
Still my favorite, live or studio. Orchestras have first, second and third violinists and all other instruments, of courseso do marching bands. You want a gig? Be prepared to audition and beat out the other bands. You wanna play? Show us what you got. Jeez, comment section, enough with the Grand Funk Railroad. They were great for what they were, and what they were was a notch above Three Dog Night. Half a notch. George Clinton is a genius living among us—you people know that, right???
Unplugged by Clapton also missing and it launched many groups to unplug and show their true talent as singers and musicians. Also demonstrating that an acostic cover of Layla can top the charts for a second time an encore of a epic rock anthem. Frampton Comes Alive is the greatest selling live album of all time and lead many of these other groups to try and duplicate his success.
Wings Over America was so popular that a new generation met Paul and company and the Beatles were actually second place on his resume…. Deep Purple Made In Japan with live hits of Smoke on the Water and Highway Star that rivaled the success of the studio versions even to this day the live versions get airplay.
Fleetwood Mac the Dance reintroduced this legendary group to a new generation and several tracks climbed up the charts almost as high as the original studio versions. Hot August Night when it came out and it was on the top of the album charts for years. At the time it was huge with all audiences and all ages and genres. No Little Feat? No Kinks? No Bob Segar? No Lou Reed? But you include Nirvana, Iron Maiden, and Yeah Yeah Yeah - Various - Blues Across America - The Nashville Scene (CD Some great picks on the list, to end this rant on a positive note.
This may come out of left field for you guys; but I would sugest Beach Boys Concert released in Woodstock is missing? How is that possible? What about Last Days of the Fillmore? What a bogus list. Actually any of his many, many live recordings, all the way down to Bird. A real cop out list this. Nirvanas borefest at no. Yeah right… Made in Japan not in the top five? Kiss Alive in the top ten? Fun yes, a great live album no. I know this will offend some people but the Who — Live at Leeds the best ever?
With the awful sound and scrappy performances? You left out the 1 live record of all time — Band of Gypsys with Jimi Hendrix. Kiss at 5?
I was at one of the Humble Pie shows late show I liked and preferred all the Cream live albums, I always though they had a totally different sound live. Bill Withers Live at Carnegie Hall has been overlooked by virtually everyone!!
The Who and Allman Brothers are as expected in the top 5. Ludicrous omissions due to very conservative tastes and a loss of interest in music after the 70s!
Why do some people get so serious and offensive? Someone drew up a list and it was great to read it and totally disagree with some of the choices and read the comments. But some people are so disrespectful. Would they say what they say to your face? I think not. Well, not twice anyway. Someone mentioned Free. They have an album called Free Live but apparently it is a compilation of live performances stitched together.
Paul Rodgers is still alive and is one of the greatest rock vocalists ever in my humble opinionand Paul Kossof was a truly gifted but troubled lead guitarist who died early. Not to mention a great bassist, great drummer, keyboardist. Anyways, thanks for reminding me of Paul Rodgers — as a result I just recalled the current tour and booked my tickets for Bad Co in Nottingham!
Keeping the thread going, how about an alternative top live albums list? As in not just Dad Grandad? Rock but including other genres. I have: 1. Death to The Pixies — Pixies 3. Set List — The Frames 4. Live at Hammersmith Vol1 — The Enid 5. Live at Leeds — John Martyn 7. Maximum Darkness — MAN 9. Irish Tour 74 — Rory Gallagher Dr Feelgood — Stupidity Mystery White Boy — Jeff Buckley Everything Everything — Underworld Big Time — Tom Waits PNYC — Portishead.
Top 5 psych live albums: 1. Jimi Hendrix Experience — Live at monterey 2. Quicksilver Messenger Service — Happy Trails 3. Electric Prunes — Stockholm 67 4. Mighty Baby — Live in the attic. Wheels of Fire is fantastic along with the Allman Bros. No live albums from The Boss in the list? Such a shame! I totally agree with 1. Two great albums come to my mind, one that everyone knows and one that you would probably only know if you were from England. Absolutely wonderful. You should check them out!
What about Queen Live at Wembley? Play it loud with Earl Slick on lead guitar! Love that album. And my vote for the 2 best livecalbums of all time? Fantastic vibe, energy and musicianship. Check em out. The Doors Absolutely Live! Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys! John Mayall Turning Point! Lou Reed Rock and Roll Animal!
David Bowie Live at the Tower Philadelphia! JD Smith. What,not A single one of the Dead,s live albums? And how Album) hell could you miss Hendrix,s Band of gypsies too? Was Dark side of the moon included? HOW the hell could it not be!!! Those are my two grips. Johnny Winter And Live should be on this. Call me an old folkie, but Reckoning is my favorite live Dead album. It just seems noisy and long. Huge omission: Band of Gypsys by Jimi Hendrix.
No greater live album, especially that version of Machine Gun which alone is a masterpiece. NO Derek and the Dominos at Filmore… common??? Purple made live in Japan a classic, where is Dylan at Budokhan 78?
Sadly the Springsteen isnt a live concert really, clapton and harrison is Japan is legendary and unrepeatable. YES Songs of Yesterday? No damn way. Kiss is just a bunch of painted face poofters. No overdubs, no sweetening in the studio!
A hungry, road-tested band playing in front of their hometown friends! What is it with the Live At Leeds obsession? Best live albums? Colosseum: Live 3. Gentle giant: Playing the fool 4. Deep purple: Made in japan 5. Robin Trower: Live 6. Jethro Tull: Bursting out 8. UFO: Lights out 9. Camel: A live record. Glad it made it though! One of my favorites! Not a bad list, not at all. Started off strong then fell apart. Bullshit list! It came out in and 13 years in to their career, they sound fantastic.
BOC was always a better band live than in the studio, and this album shows why! Golden Earrings first live album. Should be in the top ten at least! What about Slade Alive? I am not sure there was ever a better set of musicians that excelled live than those guys and the others up on stage that night. Their minute run that night on an arrangement of Sing, Sing, Sing made it a hit like never before. Every arrangement after that on Sing, Sing, Sing is based upon that live version.
Waiting For Columbus has to be near the very top of this list. Yet another list that looks like it was made up on the fly by someone with little actual experience of the subject.
Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Search uDiscover Music. Max Palfenier September 2, at pm. Jeff September 4, at pm. SueZ September 4, at pm. Dave September 4, at pm. Sam Smiley September 6, at pm. Alex Stojkovic December 21, at am. Band of Gypsies! Not mainstream, but sensational. Krieger September 8, at pm. Rah55 November 10, at pm. Al September 11, at pm. Joe I September 2, at pm.
MC September 2, at pm. Absolutely The Who at number one. Are you being sarcastic? Live at Leeds is the best! Mike September 20, at pm. Tim June 5, at pm. You are insane! No one could or can touch The Who from 69 to 72! Darrell September 4, at am. Tim September 2, at pm. Mykeeb33 September 2, at pm. James gang live should be in there somewhere.
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