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Bootleg Originals Part Six - Janis Joplin - Honolulu 1970

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This is Janis Joplin live in Honolulu, USA, on the 6th July 1970.

Sadly she would only perform nine further concerts after this, and died aged 27 on the 4th October 1970.

She was with out doubt, one of the most popular and influential singers of the sixties and is considered to be one of the greatest female rockers of all time.

This is a complete & unedited concert by Janis Joplin with Full Tilt Boogie, recorded through the soundboard (stereo quality @ 160kbs).

Janis is in incredible form, her interaction with the audience and the whole concert is just wonderful.

This is in my opinion an absolute must for any fan, and even those of you, with just a passing interest.

Set List:

1-Tell Mama.
2-Half Moon.
3-Move Over.
4-Stage Problems.
5-Maybe.
6-Summertime.
7-Janis Banter.
8-Get It While You Can.
9-Kozmic Blues.
10-Encore Break.
11-Piece of My Heart.

Much has been written about Janis Joplin since her passing, however her music remains as vibrant and timeless today, as way back when fo…

Public Image Limited - Live in Finland 1992

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This is from the tour promoting the band's last album to date, 1992's That What Is Not.

John Lydon disbanded the group a year later after Virgin records refused to pay for the tour supporting the album and Lydon had to pay for it out of his own pocket. As far as I know John Lydon still considers the band to be on hiatus.
This boot often goes under the name 'Rotten To The Core' whatever the name, this is one stonking performance.

Performing in Finland at the Provinnssi Rock Festival on the 6th June 1992, - this is a full stereo soundboard recording (@192kbs).
The gig consists of:

01. This Is Not A Love Song 02. Criminal
03. Love Hope 04. Think Tank
05. Rules & Regulations 06. Acid Drops
07. Cruel 08. Don't Ask Me
09. Body 10. Disappointed

Band Line up:

Vox - John Lydon Guitar - John McGeoch
Bass - Allan Dias Guitar/Keyboards - Ted Chau
Drums - Mike Joyce
NEW DOWNLOAD LINK IN COMMENTS BELOW

One day John Lydon and his PIL colleagues will receive the recognition they deserve - one day…

The Clash - Live in Los Angeles 1982

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This is The Clash Live at the Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, California, on the 29th October 1982.

They were the main support act for The Who on this occasion, whilst supporting them across the USA predominately in large arena's and stadiums.

This was around the time that the band begun to suffer from a lot of 'internal wrangling' partly as Topper Headon had been replaced by Terry Chimes on drums, and probably due to the toll of constant touring and album recording.

This remains however a very cohesive and solid performance, and the audio quality is spot on (stereo soundboard).

Set List:

01. London Calling
02. Police On My Back
03. The Guns of Brixton
04. This Is Radio Clash
05. Spanish Bombs
06. Rock the Casbah
07. The Magnificent Seven/Armagideon Time/The Magnificent Seven
08. Janie Jones
09. Train In Vain
10. Tommy Gun
11. Clampdown
12. Brand New Cadillac
13. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
14. I Fought the Law

Reloaded - 09/June/2015 Link in comments.