Sunday, May 3, 2015

Sleep @ The Ogden, Denver CO 2015-04-20

Sleep rolled into Denver a couple of weeks back and played a great long and loud set.

They didn't play until after midnight so that they could play in two different cities on 4/20.
The played Seattle latter on that Monday.

Nice mix of the "hits" and the relatively new song The Clarity.

Fun smokey show.  Enjoy


Ogden Theater
Denver CO (USA)

Recorded by: SxPxDxCx
Mastered by: Dan Utter
Source: AT933 >SP-SPSB-1 > M10
Transfer: M10 > USB > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Run time: (104:34.44)

01 Dopesmoker
02 The Clarity
03 Dragonaut
04 Aquarian
05 Sonic Titan
06 Nain's Baptism
07 Holy Mountain
08 From Beyond
09 Cultivator


Sunday, April 26, 2015

Electric Wizard @ The Summit Music Hall, Denver CO 2015-04-10

So stoked that Electric Wizard was coming to Denver on one of the very few dates that they played across the USA this April.  They don't make it over the pond very often so I knew I had to check it out.

Kinda went in with pretty low expectations but I was blown away.  Electric Wizard absolutely kills it live.

Pretty fucking loud but I happy with how this turned out.  Enjoy.

Electric Wizard

The Summit Music Hall
Denver Co (USA)

Recorded by: SxPxDxCx
Mastered by: Dan Utter
Source: AT933 >SP-SPSB-1 > M10
Transfer: M10 > USB > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC > MP3
Run time: (82:41.26)

01 intro
02 Witchcult Today
03 Black Mass
04 Satanic Rites of Drugula
05 Dopethrone
06 Return Trip
07 Incense for the Damned
08 Time to Die
09 The Chosen Few
10 Funeralopolis


Wednesday, April 15, 2015

The Spits @ The Gothic, Englewood CO 2003-03-15

Oh these guys are fun.  If you love lo-fi dirty punk rock check this out.

At this show the Spits opened up for Sonny Vincent and Rocket From The Crypt.
That was a hell of a bill.


The Spits

Gothic Theater
Englewood, CO

Taped and Transferred by SxPxDxCx
Source: ? > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: MD-722 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: (19:35.37)

01 Tired and Lonely (fades in)
02 Witch Hunt
03 unknown song
04 Pissed Off Baby
05 Shitty World
06 PCT
07 Die Die Die
08 Remote Control
09 Don't Shoot
10 Space Guitar
11 Let Us Play Your Party
12 - interlude -
13 Bring


Wednesday, April 8, 2015

The Soncis @ The Orleans, Las Vegas NV, 2015-04-04

Even though the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender is mostly focused on well rockabilly there is some crossover since it's all basically Rock N Roll.  So I guess that is why it made Sense for the Sonics to be on the bill.  Frankly they were the act I was most excited to see over the weekend.

In one of the free Vegas rags I read an interview with one of the band members who when asked if it was hard to pick up where they left off after so many years of not playing music, said something to the effect of, "Well we were never great musicians to begin with so it was pretty easy to start hacking it out again"

True to his word these guys are not virtuoso's on their instruments but they have a hell of a good time and are super fun to watch.  Even if the set was a little short they played all the songs I was hoping to hear.

Also they have a brand new album out so go buy if you a fan.  It's pretty darn good.

This show was outdoors in the parking lot and it was a little bit windy.  It didn't effect the recording too much but you can tell it's outside.  Still a fun listen.  Enjoy.

The Sonics

Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend No. 18
The Orleans (in the parking lot during the car show)
Las Vegas

Recorded and Mastered by SxPxDxCx
Source: AT933 >SP-SPSB-1 > M10
Transfer: M10 > USB > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Run time: (58:07.09)

01 - intro -
02 Cinderella
03 Shot Down
04 He's Waitin'
05 Dirty Robber
06 Have Love, Will Travel
07 Sugaree
08 You Got Your Head on Backwards
09 Be A Woman
10 I Got Your Number
11 Keep a Knockin'
12 Bad Betty
13 Boss Hoss
14 Look At Little Sister
15 Money (That's What I Want)
16 Louie Louie
17 Psycho
18 Strychnine
19 The Witch


Sunday, March 15, 2015

Judas Priest @ Rainbow Music Hall, Denver CO 1980-06-25

Here is a little piece of Denver metal history.  Judas Priest's first ever appearance in the Mile High City back in 1980 on the British Steel tour.

No idea about the history or origin of this recording but I've seen it posted around a few other places on teh web.  Really nice sounding board recording.  Amazing set list too.  Check this one out for sure.

Judas Priest

Rainbow Music Hall
Denver CO (USA)

Recorded by: unknown
Source: SBD > ? > CDR
Transfer: CDR > FLAC
Time: (73:08.46)

01 Hell Bent for Leather
02 The Ripper
03 Running Wild
04 Living After Midnight
05 Sinner
06 Beyond The Realms Of Death
07 You Don't Have To Be Old To Be Wise
08 Grinder
09 Victim Of Changes
10 Steeler
11 Genocide
12 Tyrant
13 The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown)


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Morrissey @ The C.U. Field House, Boulder CO 1992-10-01

This isn't one of my recordings.  I did pull this out of my archive but I would file this under liberated bootleg.  Not that those really exist anymore.  With the exception of vinyl boots.  I still see lots of those.  But way back in the early 90's people would pay a  pretty penny for these releases from Italian labels.  This show was on a release called "I'm a Poet (Colorado)".

The only information says that it's a soundboard and it has those qualities.  Really nice sounding recording though and since I like to share Colorado stuff I though I would post this up.  Enjoy.


C.U. Fieldhouse
Boulder CO

On the Your Arsenal tour

Source: SBD > ? > CDR
Transfer: CDR > FLAC > MP3
Time: (55:56)

01 Girl Least Likely to
02 November Spawned a Monster
03 Certain People I Know
04 Sister I'm a Poet
05 Such a Little Thing - My Insatiable One (Suede)
06 Tomorrow
07 We'll Let You Know
08 Suedehead
09 He Knows I'd Love to See Him
10 You're the One for Me Fatty
11 Seasick, Yet Still Docked
12 Alsatian Cousin
13 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
14 Everyday Is Like Sunday
15 The National Front Disco


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Steve Turner (Mudhoney) @ Larimer Lounge, Denver CO 2003-11-21

Continuing on the the Mudhoney theme a bit.  Here is a on from even before those last Mudhoney shows I posted.  Steve Turner the guitarist from Mudhoney has put out a several solo albums.  This show was from a tour supporting the first one that he had put out.  Good stuff and not very much like Mudhoney at all.  More in the singer/song writer vein.

This might be stripped down and acoustic but Steve has a unique way of playing that even on an acoustic guitar still retains that grungey flavor.  He is kind of chatty too.  Talking about subjects ranging from Skate Folk, Hoyt Axton, and Randy Holden who was a guitar player from Blue Cheer.

This is recorded right off the soundboard at the Larimer Lounge and I think sounds great.  Not sure why I have never shared this out before.  But here it is.  Enjoy.

Steve Turner

Larimer Lounge
Denver, CO (USA)

Recorded and Mastered by: SxPxDxCx
Source: SBD > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: MD-MZ-R700 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > CDR > FLAC
Time: (47:08.40)

01 - intro -
02 Living Though the Mistakes
03 Not Only You
04 The I-5 Corridor
05 - Skate Folk interlude -
06 Searching For Melody
07 Smart Operator
08 I Want You In My Arms
09 - Hoyt Axton interlude -
10 Greenback Dollar (Hoyt Axton)
11 You, My Girl
12 A Beautiful Winter
13 Move Ahead
14 The idiot Blues
15 - Randy Holden interlude 1 -
16 I Love the Sound of My Guitar
17 - Randy Holden interlude 2 -
18 Take Care
19 The Parting Glass