Thursday, December 31, 2015

2015 Best Bootlegs (not 2015 shows)


I decided to choose the 30 best concerts (not 2015 shows) published in the blog this year.
I hope you enjoy the list.








Wednesday, December 30, 2015

U2 - Live @ Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 27-11-1993


Exclusive concert from Live Bootlegs Blog!

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     (Intro)
2.     Zoo Station
3.     The Fly
4.     (banter)
5.     Even Better Than The Real Thing
6.     Mysterious Ways
7.     One / Unchained Melody (snippet)
8.     Until The End Of The World
9.     New Year's Day
10.  Numb
11.  Angel Of Harlem
12.  Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
13.  Satellite Of Love (Lou Reed cover)
14.  Dirty Day
15.  Bullet The Blue Sky
16.  Running To Stand Still
17.  Where The Streets Have No Name
18.  Pride (In The Name Of Love)
19.  Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car
20.  Show Me The Way To Go Home (snippet)
21.  Lemon
22.  With Or Without You
23.  Love Is Blindness
24.  Can't Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley cover)


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320kbps mp3

The Breeders - Live @ Pinkpop Festival, Netherlands, 23-05-1994


NOTE: Carrie Bradley on violin on "Driving on 9".
Not the complete show.

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 9/10

Setlist
1.     Flipside
2.     Head to Toe
3.     Lord of the Thighs
4.     Cannonball
5.     Inivisible Man
6.     Driving on 9
7.     Divine Hammer


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320kbps mp3

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Violent Femmes - Live @ The Palace, Melbourne, Australia, 08-11-1990


Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     Fat
2.     Promise
3.     I Hear The Rain
4.     Country Death Song
5.     Jesus Walking On The Water
6.     Mother Of A Girl
7.     Good Feeling
8.     No Killing
9.     Gimme The Car
10.  Hallowed Ground
11.  Confessions
12.  Add It Up
13.  Blister In The Sun
14.  Kiss Off

Buy the Music: www.vfemmes.com

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192kbps mp3

A Flock Of Seagulls - Live @ Paris Theatre, London, England, 13-01-1982


NOTE: A Flock of Seagulls are an English new wave and synthpop band originally formed in Liverpool by brothers Michael "Mike" Score (keyboards, vocals) and Alister "Ali" James Score (drums), along with Francis Lee "Frank" Maudsley (bass) and Paul Reynolds (guitar). (from Wikipedia)

Not the complete show - missing 5 tracks.
Exclusive concert from Live Bootlegs Blog!

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     Modern Love
2.     Standing In The Door Way
3.     Telecommunication
4.     Man Made
5.     I Ran
6.     DNA
7.     (It's Not Me) Talking


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320kbps mp3

Monday, December 28, 2015

Pearl Jam - Live @ Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, USA, 06-10-1991


NOTE: RIP magazine’s fifth anniversary party at the Hollywood Palladium Sunday night. In keeping with the heavy-metal music mag’s understated tone, the invite called it a “Blowout/Massacre/Party/Whatever!”
A 4,000-strong crowd of alcohol-enriched head-banging metal heads out to see bands including Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Spinal Tap, Thunder and Screaming Jets.
A "special surprise guest" (rumored to be Metallica) was supposed to play, but it was announced that there was a mix up but the night wasn't over and, "... so the Seattle theme continues ... ladies and gentlemen, Temple of the Dog!" Now the crowd has dwindled to only 500 people, but three songs are performed: 'Hunger Strike,' 'Reach Down' and 'Pushin' Forward Back.'

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     Wash
2.     Once
3.     Even Flow
4.     Alive
5.     Jeremy
6.     Why Go
7.     Porch

Buy the Music: http://pearljam.com

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320kbps mp3

Primal Scream - Live @ Leeds Festival, England, 26-08-2006


NOTE: Not the complete show.
Exclusive concert from Live Bootlegs Blog!

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     Movin' On Up
2.     Dolls
3.     Jailbird
4.     Country Girl
5.     Rocks

Buy the Music: www.primalscream.net

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320kbps mp3

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Nirvana - Live @ Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, USA, 17-08-1990


NOTE: Re-uploaded with better sound quality!
This is an awesome 1990 show! It sounds so crisp and alive... it's a great recording with nearly perfect sound. Contains a rare performance of the unreleased song "Verse Chorus Verse".
During "Love Buzz," Kurt jumped into the audience and allowed members of the crowd to play his guitar for a minute before going back onstage. Dale Crover on the back vocals and drums.
Sonic Youth and Stone Temple Pilots also played.

Source: Soundboard
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     In Bloom [Soundcheck]
2.     Floyd The Barber [Soundcheck]
3.     Verse Chorus Verse [Soundcheck]
4.     Love Buzz
5.     Floyd The Barber
6.     Scoff
7.     Dive
8.     About A Girl
9.     Spank Thru
10.  Breed
11.  In Bloom
12.  School
13.  Been A Son
14.  Negative Creep
15.  Blew

Buy the Music: www.nirvana.com/store

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320kbps mp3

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Alice in Chains - Live @ Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, USA, 06-10-1991


NOTE: RIP magazine’s fifth anniversary party at the Hollywood Palladium Sunday night. In keeping with the heavy-metal music mag’s understated tone, the invite called it a “Blowout/Massacre/Party/Whatever!”
A 4,000-strong crowd of alcohol-enriched head-banging metal heads out to see bands including Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Spinal Tap, Thunder and Screaming Jets.
A "special surprise guest" (rumored to be Metallica) was supposed to play, but it was announced that there was a mix up but the night wasn't over and, "... so the Seattle theme continues ... ladies and gentlemen, Temple of the Dog!" Now the crowd has dwindled to only 500 people, but three songs are performed: 'Hunger Strike,' 'Reach Down' and 'Pushin' Forward Back.'

Source: FM Broadcast
Sound Quality: 10/10

Setlist
1.     Sickman
2.     It Ain’t Like That
3.     Put You Down
4.     Would?
5.     Sunshine
6.     We Die Young
7.     Real Thing
8.     Sea of Sorrow
9.     Bleed the Freak
10.  Man in the Box


ONLY FOR SHARE, NOT FOR SALE !
Support the artist by buying their records and attending their shows.

320kbps mp3

Friday, December 25, 2015

2015 Best Bootlegs


Every year at this time come the endless lists of best of the year.
I also decided to choose the 20 best 2015 concerts published in the blog.
It´s merely my opinion... I hope you enjoy the list.


"What's up City Limits? I love me some City Limits," says the Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas after the New York-based band pulls at the heartstrings of old-school fans first-timers alike crowding the Samsung Galaxy stage. "What Ever Happened," the Room on Fire track that sports one of contemporary rock's catchiest 8-bar guitar solos, closes the main set for its first live showing anywhere since 2011. And the crowd literally goes wild (tears of joy stream down a few faces) like this is friggin' Beatlemania.
"Thanks so much. I hope you guys have … wonderful lives," offers the shaggy-haired frontman in parting, once again plunging the group's fans into uncertainty regarding just how long they'll have to wait for an ACL return.


The Australian powerhouse were quick to unleash their latest hit, “Let it Happen”, for the benefit of 25,000 people that sold out the festival in part because of them - from the youngest first-timer to the elder regulars in Paredes de Coura, pretty much everyone wanted to watch their set, which resulted in an over packed audience. Tame Impala were the most entertaining whenever they played the most energetic songs off their previous albums (”Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind?”, “Elephant”, “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”, “Apocalypse Dreams”).


Kurt Vile and The Violators transformed, maybe even transcended, the basic parameters of today’s “norm core,” with that newest of the new: “altcore”; a sold-out show welcomed the cultish materialization of plaid, and flannels, and mustaches, and glasses, and relaxed skinny jeans, and slightly out-of-shape men, and a general attitude of, well, blah-laced surrender.
Vile offers an honest, and more importantly candid look into his own soul, and the souls of those who turn out to see him play. Love and life are fickle games; but something in seeing Kurt Vile and The Violators play, makes everything feel just a little bit simpler.

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