Led Zeppelin - St. Valentine's Day Massacre - Uniondale, New York - 02.14.1975 (3 SBD CDs) [Bootleg]
Artist: Led Zeppelin Title: St. Valentine's Day Massacre Year Of Release: 2008 Label: Empress Valley Supreme Disc (BOOTLEG) Details: Lossy - mp3 - 320 kbps - 44.1 Khz - Stereo Date: 02-14-1975 (Feb. 14th, 1975) Venue: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Location: Uniondale, New York, USA Content: One of the greatest shows that the band performed in 1975 Audio Quality: Superb Stereo Soundboard No of CDs: 3 Total Time: 00:55:51 (CD 1) + 01:07:04 (CD 2) + 01:13:22 (CD 3) Total Size: 454 MB Artwork: Included
01. Rock And Roll (CD 1) 02. Sick Again 03. Over The Hills And Far Away 04. In My Time Of Dying 05. Since I've Been Loving You 06. The Song Remains The Same 07. The Rain Song 08. Kashmir (CD 2) 09. No Quarter 10. Trampled Underfoot 11. Moby Dick 12. Dazed And Confused (CD 3) 13. Stairway To Heaven 14. Whole Lotta Love 15. Out On The Tiles (intro) / Black Dog 16. Heartbreaker (incl. A Mess Of Blues)
Guns N' Roses - Rose Bar Sessions (Acoustic Set) - Rose Bar, New York City - 02.14.2010 (DVD Pro-Shot) [BOOTLEG]
Media: 1 DVD-5 Filming type: Professional Video: 29.970 fps, 720 x 480 (4:3), MPG2 Audio: 192 Kbps, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, AC3 Video Format: PAL Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Video Quality: A Audio Quality: A Chapters: Yes Menus: Yes Number of Camera Angles: Multiple Number of Audio Selections: 1
01. Welcome To The Jungle (4:58) 02. Used To Love Her (3:58) 03. Sweet Child O' Mine (5:42) 04. Knockin' on Heaven's Door (10:00) 05. Paradise City (6:22) 06. Patience (6:20)
"Guns N' Roses Perform in a Tiny NYC Bar!" (by William Goodman - Feb. 16, 2010 - www.spin.com)
"Happy Valentines Day," Axl Rose said with a smirk Sunday night, addressing the 150 very beautiful, very lucky people who landed on the guest list for a private Guns N' Roses concert at the Gramercy Park Hotel's Rose Bar in New York City. Winking and referencing his band, he added: "We're the morning-after pill!!!" Charming. But celebs like Mickey Rourke, Adrian Grenier, Ryan Phillippe, Albert Hammond Jr. and Fab Moretti of the Strokes, Emily Haines of Metric, and Sebastian Bach didn't come for holiday chivalry. They came for badass rock'n'roll -- and they got it. Lots of it. The late-night concert -- an installment of Nur Khan's Rose Bar Sessions, sponsored by Deleon Tequila, One Music, and SPIN -- was a little piece of paradise city: Rose and his six-piece band unleashed a 90-minute, 16-song set spanning all their hits. GNR performed in front of a fireplace covered in roses, with a black-and-red painting of a skull hanging above. The lights were dim, gorgeous women outnumbered the men 2 to 1, the booze was free, and the light fixture overhead, the singer noted, looked like the spiky thorns of a rosebush. It could have been a scene from a GNR music video. The band opened with "You're Crazy" and "Mr. Brownstone," and proceeded to play acoustic versions of hits from Use Your Illusion, Lies EP, and their 1987 mega-hit Appetite for Destruction, including its eternally awesome lead single "Welcome to the Jungle." The 48-year-old frontman, wearing a brown velvet suit jacket and matching top hat over his red bandana, slithered and tossed the mic from hand to hand as he stretched his vocals on set standout "Nightrain." He slowed the tempo on super ballad "Patience," as the lights overhead turned his gigantic diamond rings into miniature disco balls, and the crowd sang along and waved their lighters in the air (real ones -- thanks, smokers!). The band played only three tracks off their 15-years-in-the-making 2008 record Chinese Democracy: "Catcher in the Rye," "Street of Dreams," and "Sorry." The sound, especially Rose's vocals, was occasionally muddy, but the bandmembers -- keyboardist Dizzy Reed, drummer Frank Ferrer, bassist (and former Replacement) Tommy Stinson, and three guitarists -- the chain-smoking DJ Ashba (Yes, that's his real name. No, he's not an actual disc jockey), Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, and Richard Fortus -- played admirably through the slog. Overall, the show was a reminder that love 'em or hate 'em, Axl and GNR created some of the most quintessential rock songs of the '80s and '90s. GNR's cover of Bob Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" scored loudest crowd reaction of the night, with second place going to set-closer "Paradise City." On the latter, as Stinson sang backup, a very sweaty Rose ripped of his top hat, jacket, and sunglasses. In a red bandana, unbuttoned shirt, and blue jeans, he recalled the iconic Axl from the late '80s -- only 20 years older and 30 pounds heavier. "It sounds really good," commented one hardcore fan. "Hey, I can just close my eyes and pretend it's 1987!"
Artist: Gene Vincent Title: From L.A. to Frisco (Rare & Out Of Print UK LP) Year Of Release: 1983 Label: Magnum Force - MFLP-1.023 (UK) Source: Vinyl Rip Details: Lossy - mp3 - 224 kbps - 44.1 Khz - Stereo Content: Rare and Excellent Audio Quality: Good Total Time: 00:43:17 Total Size: 71 MB Artwork: Included Info: 1983 UK 9-track vinyl LP, containing an interview with Gene conducted by Jim Pewter in L.A., April '68, a live recording with The Commander Cody Band and more unearthed rarities exclusive to the Magnum Force label, picture sleeve MFLP-1.023.
01) Gene Vincent interview with Jim Pewter, Los Angeles, April 1968 02) Live recording with The Commander Cody Band a) intro: Sunshine b) Lonesome Whistle c) Maybelline d) Whole Lotta Shakin' e) Woman Love f) Be-Bop-A-Lula 03) Rainyday Sunshine 04) Green Grass 05) Mister Love 06) Roll Over Beethoven 07) Gene giving station ident for radio station, WKBH, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 08) Gene Vincent radio interview with Lindy Shannon on 27 September, 1957. Recorded in his dressing room at The Avalon Ballroom, LaCrosse, Wisconsin 09) Be-Bop-A-Lula (backed by The Puppets, July 1967)
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Cotton fioc sempreverdi per le orecchie
Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Beethoven, Fats Domino, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, The Animals, The Doors, Brian Setzer, I Nomadi (con Augusto), Fabrizio De André, I Corvi, I Camaleonti, Dik Dik, Lucio Battisti, Peppe Barra, Serge Gainsbourg, Dionysos, ecc.
Alcuni film (non filmS) coi quali logorarsi gli occhi
Vertigo, Le Corbeau, Les diaboliques, La tomba di Ligeia, La fuga, Il grande sonno, The Odd Couple, The Fortune Cookie, Baciami, Stupido!, Salon Kitty, L'uomo che guarda, Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto, Witness for the Prosecution, Luna di fiele, Il vedovo, Il moralista, Le boucher, Cruising, Quel pomeriggio di un giorno da cani, ecc.