Sunday, December 29, 2013

Heaven and Hell @ Broomfield Events Center, 2007-04-29

Heaven and Hell (aka Dio's Black Sabbath) came to Broomfield's event center back in 2007.  I always really liked Dio and the Sabbath albums that he did.  Compared to Ozzy he can actually sing and I can honestly say I never saw a bad Dio show.  Same can't be said of Ozzy.

My only complaint about this show was no Country Girl in the setlist.

This turned out really nice so please enjoy.

Heaven And Hell

Broomfield Events Center
Broomfield, CO 2007-04-29

Taped and Transferred by SxPxDxCx
Source: MBHO KA-200N > JK Labs DVC-V12 > JB3
Transfer: JB3 > USB > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: 108:41

01. After All (The Dead)
02. Mob Rules
03. Children Of The Sea
04. Lady Evil
05. I
06. Sign Of The Southern Cross
07. Voodoo
08. The Devil Cried
09. - drum solo -
10. Computer God
11. Falling Off The Edge Of The World
12. Shadow Of The Wind
13. Die Young
14. Heaven And Hell
15. - encore -
16. Neon Nights


Friday, December 20, 2013

Tomahawk @ The Fox Theater, Boulder, CO 2003-05-10

Well that's two Patton posts in a row.  What can I say I'm a fan.  This is a performance of his band Tomahawk on the Geek Tour that also featured Skeleton Key and the Melvins.  Fun night.



Fox Theater
Boulder, CO (USA)

Taped and Transferred by SxPxDxCx
Source: AT933 >SP-SPSB-1 > JB3
Transfer: JB3 > USB > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: (56:44.37)

01 Birdsong
02 God Hates a Coward
03 Flashback
04 Sir Yes Sir
05 Jockstrap
06 Capt. Midnight
07 Point and Click
08 Desastre Natural
09 Mayday
10 Rape This Day
11 Rotgut
12 Laredo
13 Narcosis
14 - improved outro -


Thursday, December 5, 2013

Fantômas @ The Bluebird Theater, Denver CO 1999-12-01

The term supergroup gets bandied about in connection with all kinds of unworthy collections of ne'er-do-wells. But I believe the moniker is well suited to this group of gentleman.  All masters of their craft I would submit.  Mike Patton of Faith No More, Mr. Bungle and many more , Buzz Osborne of Melvins, Trevor Dunn of Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs & more, Dave Lombardo of Slayer.

I was a fan of all of those groups when I had first heard about Fantômas back in 1998.  To say I was excited was an understatement. I picked up the debut album the day it came out and was not disappointed.  It was different for sure but still accessibly.

This is my capture of their Denver performance on their first tour of the US.  I traded this out a fair amount back in the CDR trading days.  This is a fresh transfer from the original minidisc and a remastering of the recording.  Consider it an upgrade if you've had this before.



Bluebird Theater
Denver, CO (USA)

Recorded & Mastered: SxPxDxCx
Source: Coresound CSB's > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: Sony MDS-JE330 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: (53:46.63)

Happy Freakin' Holidaze Tour 1999

01 Warmup
02 Page 1
03 Page 2
04 Page 3
05 Page 4
06 Page 5
07 Page 6
08 Page 8
09 Page 9
10 Page 10
11 Page 12
12 Page 14
13 Page 15
14 Page 16
15 Page 17
16 Page 18
17 Page 19
18 Page 20
19 Page 20 (take 2)
20 Page 22
21 Page 23
22 Page 24
23 Page 26
24 Page 27
25 Page 28
26 Page 29
27 Page 11
28 Page 25
29 Page 21
30 Page 7
31 Page 30
32 Simply Beautiful (Al Green)
33 Chariot Choogle (Marc Bolan)


Monday, December 2, 2013

Demented Are Go @ The Larimer Lounge, Denver CO 2003-02-03

Not a lot of foreign pscychobilly bands roll through Denver.  That holds true today just as it did 10 years ago.  So when these guys came through I had to go see it.  Pretty big crowd for a snowy February night.

This is a recording from the soundboard and the guitar is a little low in the mix.  Not bad though.
All in all a fun listen.

Demented Are Go

Larimer Lounge
Denver, CO (USA)

Recorded & Mastered: SxPxDxCx
Source: SBD > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: Sony MDS-JE330 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: (56:46.32)

01 Love Seeps Like A Festering Sore
02 Call of the Wired
03 Sickness and Truth
04 Blood Beach
05 One Sharp Knife
06 Daddy's Making Monsters
07 Where You Gonna Go
08 Don't Send Me No Flowers
09 Reptile Queen
10 Destruction Boy
11 Funnel of Love
12 Who Put Grandma Under the Stairs?
13 I Wanna Be Your Slave
14 PVC Chair
15 Cripple in the Woods
16 Satans Rejects
17 Now Shes Dead
18 Hellbilly Storm

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Slim Cessna's Auto Club live on the 16th Street Mall.

I worked for an awful company in downtown Denver at the time of this show.  It was during the original internet boom and this company was keeping two sets of books and juggling an eco-compliance company and a kids sporting goods website.  One day we came in and the boss told me that our pay checks were no good and to no bother to cash it.  I wasn't too surprised. It had been kind of shady for awhile.

This Slim Cessna's Auto Club show took place in the early afternoon on workday.  I went to lunch and my regular noon time and just didn't go back until after 2 or so.  Fuck that place.  Enough context let me tell you about the show.

In the yesterdays of the early 00's there used be a Virgin Megastore down on the 16th Street mall here in Denver.  On this day Slim and his band set up and played outside in the courtyard next too it.  In view of the escalator and the Banana Republic store.

The Auto Club was playing to promote their new album Always Say Please And Thank You.  Their performance features many songs from that album and some older classics.  I think the sound is really nice on this one.  Enjoy!

Slim Cessna's Auto Club

Virgin Record Megastore
Denver, CO (USA)

Recorded & Mastered: SxPxDxCx
Source: Coresound CSB's > Sharp 722 minidisc
Transfer: Sony MDS-JE330 (Analog) > SBLive > Cooledit > CDWave > FLAC
Time: (53:33.02)

01 Viceroy Filter King
02 Goddamn Blue Yodel Number 7
03 Last Song About Satan
04 Hold My Head
05 My Only Friend
06 Mothers Daughter
07 Pine Box
08 Jesus Christ
09 Jackson's Hole
10 Kristin And Billy
11 Cold Cold Eyes
12 Little Earthquake
13 Unto The Day