01 Traffic - John Barleycorn Must Die [16-7-70 Bio Vakantieoord, Bergen Aan Zee]. 02 Michael Chapman - Mozart Lives Upstairs [16-7-70 Bio Vakantieoord, Bergen Aan Zee]. 03 Sweet Smoke - Mirrors [13-8-70 Heidepark, Driebergen]. 04 Ccc Inc - Midnight Special [13-8-70 Heidepark, Driebergen]. 05 Cochese - The 59'th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) [13-8-70 Heidepark, Driebergen]. 06 Canned Heat - [10-9-70 (Laatste Piknik) Kasteel Groeneveld - Baarn]. 07 Canned Heat - [Arcen (Campus)]. 08 Canned Heat - Let's Work Together [Arcen (Campus)]. 09 Richie Havens - Minstrel Came Down From God [De Promers, Naarden (Piknik)]. 10 Richie Havens - Gonna Die Blues [De Promers, Naarden (Piknik)]. 11 Cuby And The Blizzards - Night Train [Camping Stania State, Unkerke (Friesland)]. 12 Cuby And The Blizzards - Five Long Years [Camping Stania State, Unkerke (Friesland)]. 13 Cuby And The Blizzards - Simple Man [Camping Stania State, Unkerke (Friesland)]. 14 Brainbox - [1-7-71 (1e Campus)]. 15 Brainbox - Baby What You Want Me To Do [1-7-71 (1eCampus)]. 16 Slade - Hear Me Calling [1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf]. 17 Slade - Know Who You Are, Know Where You're Going To [1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf]. 18 Slade - Sweet Little Rock & Roller [1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf]. 19 Slade - Know Who You Are,Sweet Box [1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf]. 20 Slade - Get Down & Get With It [1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf]. 21 Dr.John - Gris Gris [2-7-70 Ruïne Van Brederode, Velsen]. 22 Dr.John - I Walking On Guilded Splinters [2-7-70 Ruïne Van Brederode, Velsen]. 23 Dr.John - Mama Roux [2-7-70 Ruïne Van Brederode, Velsen]. 24 Sly & The Family Stone - Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself [10-9-70 (Laatste Piknik) Kasteel Groeneveld, Baarn]. 25 Slade - Born To Be Wild [Alleen aankondiging en begin, 1-7-70 Dijkschatsbos, Wieringerwerf].Download Here
June 18, 1970 VPRO TV Uddel, Netherlands Frank Zappa - guitar & vocals Mark Volman - vocals Howard Kaylan - vocals Jeff Simmons - bass & vocals George Duke - keyboards Ian Underwood - keyboards & alto sax Aynsley Dunbar - drums
01 Silence Fools!. 02 Frank Zappa Interview & Band Intro 03 Wonderful Wino 04 Concentration Moon 05 Mom & Dad 06 The Air 07 Dog Breath 08 Mother People 09 You Didn't Try To Call Me 10 Agon11 Call Any Vegetable 12 King Kong Pt. 1 13 Igor's Boogie 14 King Kong Pt. 2
This film was the very first theatrical release to receive an R rating from the then-new MPAA's film rating system. Thieves fall out when over a half million dollars goes missing after the daring and carefully planned robbery of the Los Angeles Coliseum during a football game, each one accusing the other of having the money.
Director: Ulli LommelKlaus kinski plays the ghost of Duncan McBride, murdered owner of a plantation and ruby mine on the island of Sunanow, in the South China sea. The mine, and the Curse which killed his uncle, are inherited by the inept Gene who comes from San Francisco to look for the Six Stars, (missing rubies) accompanied by the lovely Kelly Scanlon and persued by the villanous Alex and Lupe.
Suzanna Love ... Kelly Barry Hickey ... Gene Mc Bride Klaus Kinski ... Donald McBride Ulli Lommel ... Max Stern Kitty O'Shea ... Lupe
Director Ulli Lommel was unsure about casting Klaus Kinski, but he met him and Kinski was very nice, according to Lommel. But when the filming started, Kinski was very hard to work with. He complained about the lights and microphones, so eventually they had only few soft lights and very small microphones in the Kinski scenes, which is the reason why the sound quality changes much in different shots. Kinski also didn't want to sit on a chair when camera crew was about to shoot from different angle, so continuity wasn't possible. Because of that Lommel decided to change Kinski's character to a ghost, which was a brilliant idea in Kinski's opinion. Later he was so happy with the director that he said he doesn't work in the future with anyone else than Lommel, but Lommel's answer was simply "Yeah, right".
The Byrds Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, California November 2 1968 Soundboard
01 Old Blue 02 My Back Pages / Baby What You Want Me To Do 03 Mr Spaceman 04 Time Between 05 Goin' Back 06 Blue Suede Shoes 07 He Was A Friend Of Mine 08 So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 09 Drug Store Truck Driving Man 10 This Wheel's On Fire 11 Stanley's Song 12 Pretty Boy Floyd 13 Eight Miles High 14 You Don't Miss Your Water 15 So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 16 Hickory Wind 17 King Apathy III 18 Bad Night At The Whiskey 19 Nashville West
Early underground Death/Doom act from The Netherlands that has almost completely disappeared into oblivion. Raw Death/Doom-metal with a lot of pure Death-metal influences. The band was actually one of the earliest Death/Doom acts around, and in the vein of those early Death/Doom pioneers, still sounded a lot more raw and "death-ish" than later Death/Doom acts did. Hard to find and very obscure these days.
The Byrds Monterey International Pop FestivalMonterey, CA17-6-1967 1) Renaissance Fair (David Crosby / Roger McGuinn)2) Have You Seen Her Face (Chris Hillman)3) Hey Joe (Where You Gonna Go) (Billy Roberts)4) He Was A Friend Of Mine (Roger McGuinn)5) Lady Friend (David Crosby)6) Chimes Of Freedom (Bob Dylan)7) So You Want To Be A Rock’N’Roll Star ( Roger McGuinn / Chris Hillman) Roger McGuinn: Vocals, Electric Lead Guitar, Banjo David Crosby: Vocals, Rhythm Guitar Chris Hillman: Vocals, Bass, Mandolin Michael Clarke: Drums Percussion Hugh Masekela: Trumpet on “So You Want To Be A Rock’N’Roll Star" Big Black: Percussion on “So You Want To Be A Rock’N’Roll Star"
Butthole Surfers *unknown venue* San Antonio, TX June, 1982 Lineup: Gibby, Paul, Quinn Matthews (drums), Scott Matthews (bass)
11 of the 16 songs have never been released. It is the only known recording with the Matthews brothers rhythm section. The performance is really great. The quality is surprisingly good...a solid B+
DOA is a Bloodrock cover and was a staple of the early sets. The rest of the songs are originals. 'Desert' was resurrected for the 2002 shows, here it is in its original form.The songs that are parenthesized are working titles for unknown songs. If you happen to know the actual titles, please help out!
01 Matchstick 02 BBQ Pope 03 (urban usa) 04 D.O.A (Bloodrock) 05 (i took a look around) 06 Desert 07 I Hate My Job 08 Negro Observer 09 White, Dumb, Ugly & Poor 10 Hypochondriac 11 (werewolves) 12 Butthole Surfer 13 I Don't Know Why 14 Holyman 15 (time to go) 16 Mexican Caravan
01. Guilty 02. Abortion Squad 03. The End 04. Kill Me, Kill Me 05. Red Alert 06. Brain damage 07. Combat Boys 08. You Make Me Sick 09. Pledge Allegiance 10. Fight 11. Time Bomb 12. F**k You Ronnie 13. No Authority No Rules 14. Your Kind 15. Direct Assault 16. One of Them 17. Cut 'em to Pieces 18. Stupid Jerk 19. Youth Attack 20. Lenny Breznhev 21. Crime Wave
Rotzkotz was formed in 1977 in Hannover, Germany by Horst Illing (Vocals, Guitar) and Ernst-August Wehmer (Vocals), Guitarist and founder Dieter Runge went to New York to see the NY Niggers play there. In 1979 they go to the Uk to record "Much Funny" their debut album.
"Much Funny" In 1980 the group signs a contract with EMI but after that label remixes a song without letting the band know (the "Problem/ Kein Problem" EP) they aren't that happy with EMI anymore.
In 1982 they released another album "Lebensfroh & Farbenfroh". On this album we also find out what they think of their label: "Tante EMI". From time to time Horst Illing performs with different musicians under the name Rotzkotz, sometimes together with E.A. Wehmer.
Muziekvereniging Ons GenoegenHC Punk band from Leeuwarden. Operated around the Utopia coffeeshop, the oldest coffeeshop of the Netherlands that still exists. This is without a doubt one of the best releases ever made in the frisian capitol.