Showing posts from October 11, 2009

James Taylor - Amsterdam 1986

This is a really fine concert recording of James Taylor back in 1986 a period in which he had put many of his personal problems of the early eighties behind him and was back on form both with albums and live concerts. The previous December he had married actress Kathryn Walker and in this concert he comes across as upbeat and enjoying himself. From the Carre Theatre, Amsterdam, Netherlands on the 24th March 1986 this is James Taylor with a superb group of musicians and singers. Source: Soundboard. Sound Quality: Very good stereo mp3@192kbps Genre: Country, Folk, Rock. Set: Full set. Set List: 01 Close Your Eyes 02 Something in the Way She Moves 03 Sweet Baby James 04 Wondering 05 Up on the Roof 06 That's Why I'm Here 07 Only a Dream in Rio 08 Don't Let me be Lonely Tonight 09 Handyman 10 Walking Man 11 Country Road 12 Your Smiling Face 13 Long Ago and Far Away 14 Millworker 15 Traffic Jam 16 Sea Cruise 17 Everyday 18 Only One Links: Official si te HERE . Com

Beehive Recommends - The Wooden Sky

The Wooden Sky undertook a month-long tour entitled “Bedrooms and Backstreets” in August, The Wooden Sky are now eager to share their experiences with audiences everywhere. With the help of producer and director Scott Cudmore, a documentary capturing the beautiful and strange reality behind the unconventional tour is being released in ten parts, with Part One & Two accessible now on When the Wooden Sky embarked on their summer tour beginning in Guelph, Ontario on July 19th, they were ready for the excitement and uncertainty they’d be sure to face along the way. Avoiding traditional venues and performances, the band continuously pleased crowds while performing old favorites along with new tunes from their album “If I Don’t Come Home You’ll Know I’m Gone” (released on August 25th with Black Box Music/Fontana North) . The documentary reveals personal insights of the Canadian musicians as they performed in unique locations, such as the hull of a boat, a canoe against rocky

Jethro Tull - Switzerland 2005

This is hardly an exclusive for this site however this was a really fine concert by Jethro Tull , and I thought it well worth a share here. There is a pro shot DVD of this in circulation however if you are happy just to listen then, this is a good audio copy of the show. This then is Jethro Tull live at Estival Jazz, Piazza Della Riforma, Lugano, Switzerland back on July 9th, 2005. Source: Soundboard. Sound Quality: Very good stereo. Genre: Folk rock, progressive rock, blues-rock. Set: Full set. Set List: 01 Announcement (0:52.73) 02 Aqua Intro (0:21.20) 03 For A Thousand Mothers (4:49.17) 04 Nothing Is Easy (5:39.43) 05 Jack In The Green (3:08.01) 06 Serenade To A Cuckoo (3:56.28) 07 Beggars Farm (5:55.36) 08 Boris Dancing (3:56.58) 09 Weathercock (4:54.12) 10 We Five Kings (3:49.45) 11 Up To Me (4:07.74) 12 Boureè (6:15.52) 13 Mother Goose (6:39.50) 14 Empty Cafe (2:23.10) 15 Farm On The Freeway (7:07.39) 16 Hymn 43 (4:20.40) 17 A New Day Yesterday (6:09.56) 18 Budapest (1