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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Winterland, San Francisco 1975

This is Lynyrd Skynyrd live at the Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, California on the 27th April 1975. From 1973 through to the tragic air crash in October 1977 that decimated the band, Lynyrd Skynyrd were one of the most popular live acts in rock'n'roll history. A couple of points of interest for fans and trivia addicts, Billy Powell was absent from this show, so the band had to find a substitute for his piano part in Call Me The Breeze. Notably Sweet Home Alabama also sounds a little different as a result. Lee Freeman, who had played with Ed King in Strawberry Alarm Clock and would later play on Gimme Back My Bullets, blows the harp. An early incarnation of Lynyrd Skynrd supported Strawberry Alarm Clock back in 1968 on some East Coast tour dates. Source: Soundboard. Sound Quality: Very good stereo mp3@320kbps. Genre: Southern rock, blues-rock, country rock. Set: Full set. Set List: 01 Whiskey Rock a Roller - I Ain't the One 02 The Needle and the S

The Alan Parsons Project - Tokyo 1997.

This is The Alan Parsons Project live at The International Forum, Tokyo, Japan, on the 4th October 1997. This concert was part of the Japanese leg of the 'On Air' tour. This comes from a two CD recording and is credited as sourced from the soundboard. Having listened to the recording (which by the way is an absolute must for any fan, or an excellent introduction to the band) the audience seems a little close and high in the mix between songs, which often suggests an audience recording. However the quality of the music and stereo mixing suggests soundboard. So I am not sure about this one, that said though, it is a great recording of a very good show. Source : Soundboard (see above). Sound Quality : Very good stereo mp3@192kbps Genre: Soft, Pop, & Prog rock. Set: Full set. Set List: 1. Sirius/Eye In The Sky 2. I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You 3. Can’t Take It With You 4. Old And Wise 5. Money Talks/La Sagrada Familia 6. Days Are Numbers (The Travell

Beehive Recommends - Keb Mo

Keb Mo is a singer, songwriter and guitarist whose musical origins are firmly linked to the Delta blues. His Grammy awards and nominations are testimony to his outstanding talent. Keb has a distinctive sound and yet embraces pop, rock, folk and jazz within his craft. Having said all of that, his natural blues stripped down to just guitar and vocals is both refreshing and moving. His new contemporary blues album is quite appropriately named Live & Mo. It features six awesome live performances from notable moments on the road, and four brand new studio recordings, including the anthemic song A Brand New America, a band version of the inspirational Victims of Comfort, the funky sound of Government Cheese, and the back-porch rhythm and blues of Hole in the Bucket. If you already know the mood and style past releases Keb’Mo, you’ll dig “Live & Mo”. Listen: 'Am I Wrong' MP3: Am I Wrong . Website: Official Site . Buy: Keb' Mo'

Otis Redding - Los Angeles 1966

This is Otis Redding live at the Whiskey A Go Go on Sunset Strip Los Angeles, California, USA back in the spring of 1966. There have been two official releases of Otis Redding performing live at the venue in 1966. The first was titled 'In Person' and released back in 1968 (Atco). The second was 'Good To Me' which was released in 1993 (Stax). Some 'Whiskey A Go Go' material also appeared on an Atlantic Records release in 1982 called 'Recorded Live - Previously Released Performances', however I understand these were included on the 1993 Stax release. This is Otis on the 10th April 1966 from the late show at the venue. Source: Soundboard. Sound Quality: Very good stereo mp3@192kbps Genre: Soul. Set: Full set. Set List: 01 - Intro 02 - Your One and Only Man 03 - Security 04 - Good to Me 05 - Respect 06 - Ole Man Trouble 07 - I Can't Turn You Loose 08 - A Hard Day's Night 09 - These Arms of Mine 10 - Papa's Got a Brand New Bag (intro then res