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VAN MORRISON LIST
Morrison - The Bedroom Tapes 1CD 64-67 Very poor sound.
Van Morrison - The Genuine Philosopher's Stone 1964-1975 [Scorpio 3CD demonoid 2112244] CD1 Them sessions, BBC sessions and solo publishing demos. CD2 Moondance demos and Warner publishing demos. CD3 sessions from 1970 to 1975. bootleg released in 2006. Mostly studio outtakes. Ex SBD stereo.
- Laughing In The Wind Vol 1 [Gold Standard] vocal + guitar solo sessions
- Naked In The Jungle Vol 2 [Gold Standard] vocal + guitar solo sessions
- Gets His Chance To Wail [No Label] vocal + guitar solo sessions
- No Stone Unturned [Head] vocal + guitar solo sessions, only four tracks
here are not duplicated from the three volume Gold Standard release
Van Morrison - Unplugged in the Studio [Pop 1CD] Tks 1-11 acoustic demos
recorded 1968-71. Tks 12-18 acoustic demos of unreleased songs 1968-71.
Ex SBD stereo.
Van Morrison - Contractual Obligations 1968 (soniclovenoize reimagination 1CD piratebay 11274431) "This is my "reimagination" of what could have been Van Morrison's second album, recorded solo for the sole purpose of fulfilling his contract with Bang Records in 1968. Aptly titled Contractual Obligations, I have taken the 31 "revenge songs" that Van Morrison recorded, organized them by musical key and lyrical theme, and edited the fragments together to create thirteen more-or-less complete songs and sequenced them into a semblance of a an album.
"Let Van Morrison be an example of the plight of young artists by the hands of corporate greed and exploitation. Hastily signing to himself to Bang Records in 1967 in order to avoid literal starvation, Morrison recorded an album's worth of material he didn't feel amounted to an actual album. He left the March 1967 recording sessions thinking that those eight songs-one of them his immensely popular hit "Brown Eyed Girl"-would be released as four separate singles. Instead, Bang Records collected the songs and released them as Van Morrison's debut album, Blowin Your Mind. Not only was this done completely without his consent, but Bang promoted the album in full psychedelic fashion, an image Morrison himself detested. To make matters worse, label head Burt Berns' passing in December allowed for his widow Ilene to impose ridiculous performance restrictions on Morrison, all which were allowed by the contract that he himself signed.
"Van Morrison's salvation lied within a simple loophole in his contract: deliver 36 original songs to Bang Records. And so sometime in early 1968, Van Morrison entered a recording studio and performed 31 intentionally half-assed bullshit songs in order to escape the clutches of Ilene Berns."
Van Morrison - New York Sessions 67 (1997 Recall Records)
Ex SBD stereo. Shared Oct 2014. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - Into
The Mystic Compilation [no label 1CD Torrent: 172854] A fan soundboard
compilation of Into The Mystic 1970 to 2004. Ex SBD stereo.
Van Morrison - A 1970 Demo Session and more [no label 1CD hungercity 16161 + 16082] Tks 1-3 from a two-track stereo reel-to-reel tape. Tks 4-17 from the vinyl bootleg Studio Outtakes & Demos on Caledonian Impressions. This bootleg collects live and studio takes from 1971 to 1975. Tks 1-3 surfaced only in 2003. VG+ to Ex- SBD stereo.
Apr 26 1970 - Rocks His Gypsy Soul Vol 3 [Gold Standard] 12 tracks live
at Fillmore West + demos '64-'65 and live 1973
Van Morrison - The Inn At The Beginning [no label 1CD] live at the Inn
at the Beginning, Cotati, California, May 14 1971. These shows are recorded
near the stage by Bill Craven using stereo equipment. They were wild shows
and the audience is somewhat intrusive but what a discovery. Recently
traded April 2005?, recorded with Reel-to-reel recorded using Sony mics.
A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Van Morrison - Fillmore West Oct 9, 1970 (no label 1CD dime 431144) live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, Oct 9, 1970. Source SBD to reel. davmar77 says this surfaced in November 2010. "First known recording of: I've Been Working. First known recorded live versions of: I've Been Working, Ballerina, Astral Weeks and Domino. Stunning longest known recording of Astral Weeks (over 12 minutes)" Lineup: Van Morrison - vocals; Alan Hand - keyboards; David Shaw - drums; John Armstrong - bass; Dave Sarlin - guitar; Keith Johnson - trumpet and Jack Schroer - saxophone. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - "Just Like Way Back In The Days Of Old" (Godfather Records GR 760 1CD dime 470992) live at Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA, Oct 9, 1970. Source SBD to reel. davmar77 says this surfaced in November 2010. "First known recording of: I've Been Working. First known recorded live versions of: I've Been Working, Ballerina, Astral Weeks and Domino. Stunning longest known recording of Astral Weeks (over 12 minutes)" Lineup: Van Morrison - vocals; Alan Hand - keyboards; David Shaw - drums; John Armstrong - bass; Dave Sarlin - guitar; Keith Johnson - trumpet and Jack Schroer - saxophone. This is the Italian bootleg that has been mastered to be loud. The hiss is evident. Includes three demos from 1970. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - My New World Crystal Ball: Too slow (Rattlesnake RS 255/56 2CD dime 481841) live at The Lion's Share, San Anselmo, California, Aug 8, 1971. SBD from Reels. New bootleg Jan 2014. Playback speed is too slow. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - My New World Crystal Ball: Speed/Pitch Corrected by Goody (Rattlesnake RS 255/56 2CD dime 482528) live at The Lion's Share, San Anselmo, California, Aug 8, 1971. SBD from Reels. New bootleg Jan 2014. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
5 1971 - The Inner Mystic [Oh Boy 2CD] Live at Pacific High Studios, California
Morrison - 71.Sep.5 Pacific High Rec. Studios, SF (highest quality source
1999) 17tracks [2CD] upgrade of Inner Mystic
- Pacific High SBD VERSION [no label 2CD Torrent: 171853] live at Pacific
High Recording Studios, San Francisco, California, USA, September 5, 1971.
This show has been bootlegged before using an FM recording. "This is the
best sounding copy of this show that I have heard out of quite a few.
It's excellent stereo with just a bit of tape hiss from a 3.75 ips reel
that belonged to someone who worked for KSAN. Though it is of unknown
lineage, it sounds like a low gen. pre-broadcast source to me." - grner1.
Includes DJ chat. Ex pre-FM stereo.
Van Morrison - Pacific High Recorders EMPEROR NOBODY'S FM REMASTER 2015 for Van's 70th Birthday (EN FM remaster 2CD dime 538603) live at Pacific High Recorders, San Francisco, California, Sept 5, 1971. Lineup: Van Morrison - vocals, guitar, harmonica; Ronnie Montrose - electric and acoustic guitars, mandolin; Mark Jordan - piano, organ; Bill Church - bass; Bill Atwood - trumpet, trombone; Jack Schroer - soprano, alto, and baritone saxophones, piano; Rick Shlosser - drums, percussion; Ellen Schroer - vocals and Janet Morrison - vocals. Notes on the remaster by EN (8.31.2015) "The Maestro Mr. Morrison is a septugenarian today, so let's do the honors. Obviously this is a classic bootleg that's been around for ages, really since it was broadcast on KSAN way back when. I took the best known version -- the "Flying M" repair, in which all the tape flaws were fixed but little revision to the sound was done -- and set about getting it as tremendous as the performance (hint: it's scorching to the power of towering) would merit. I spent Sunday working on it in Sound Forge 9 and after a passel of Graphic EQ, Graphic Dynamics intensification and volume adjustments (a couple of tunes needed a 1.5db boost), I think I made a significant improvement on what was already one of the greatest live recordings of our lifetimes. Anyway pull it down and get Into the Mystic as we Listen to the Lion at the peak of his formidable powers tear through a magnificent hour-and-a-half of the finest in Celtic Rock and Soul... heck, you even get Ronnie Montrose on guitars! And oh yeah.... an extremely happy 70th to The Man, and may he go at least another 70 doing as he does." Ex FM stereo. TT: 1:35:16. This version shared August 31, 2015. DATA FILE ONLY Note: There is another version of this show shared by garner1 that is supposedly the pre-FM source.
Van Morrison - Santa Monica 1972 Vol 1 [no label 1CD] live in California,
Apr 27 1972. A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Morrison - Santa Monica 1972 Vol 2 [no label 1CD] live in California,
Apr 28 1972. A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Morrison - MAMA, MAMA LOOK AT EMMA ROSE. AQUARIUS THEATER, BOSTON. May
19 1972 2CD
Morrison - 73.Feb.15 "THE LION ROARS" Lion's Share, San Anselmo(E&L)
10+10tracks(last song edit) 2CDR
Van Morrison - Live At The Lion's Share [Four Eyed Freak 2CD demonoid 2422558] live at The Lion's Share, San Anselmo, CA, Feb 15, 1973. VG to Ex- FM/SBD stereo. CD1 is early show. CD2 is late show. This has been cleaned up to follow the correct running order of the show with radio noise removed where possible. A Four-Eyed-Freak fan release.
Van Morrison featuring the Caledonia Soul Orchestra - Live at The Troubadour, Hollywood 1973, audience (JF Archive Series Vol. 12 via JEMS 1CD dime 560319) live at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, May 24, 1973, 8pm *Early Show. "JEMS is thrilled to relaunch the JF Archive series, this time presenting nine Van Morrison performances recorded in and around Southern California by JF circa 1973-74." The 5/24/73 early show was opening night of a four-day run at the Troubadour and is notable for several reasons. It was the very first concert JF ever recorded as he details in his comments. Seven songs from this recording later turned up on what is believed to be the first ever Van Morrison bootleg LP, A Spawn of the Dublin Pubs, on the legendary Trademark of Quality labelŠ Several of the shows Van did in May-June of 1973 with the Caledonia Soul Orchestra were recorded and would later form the basis for the official live album It's Too Late To Stop Now.VG+AUD stereo. Taper: JF. A JEMS 2015 Transfer. DATA FILE ONLY
Morrison - Belfast Troubadour [no label 2CD] live at the Troubadour, Los
Angeles, May 24 & 27 1973. Considered to be first Van Morrison bootleg
Van Morrison - Los Angeles 1973 Vol 1 [no label 1CD] live in LA, May 24
1973, late show. These shows were definitely released to trading circles
Apr 2005. Captured live Van and the New Caledonia Soul Band! A BILL CRAVEN
recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Morrison - Los Angeles 1973 Vol 2 [no label 1CD] live in LA, May 25 1973,
late show. A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
26 1973 - It Ain't Why It Just Is [Big Music] Live at the LA Troubadour
+ four tracks live 1974
26 1973 - Wild Night [Oil Well] Same as above.
Morrison - 73.May. "A SPAWN OF THE DUBLIN PUBS" 8tracks 1CDR
Morrison - Santa Monica 1973 Vol 1[no label 1CD] live in California, June
29 1973, early show. A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Morrison - Santa Monica 1973 Vol 2 [no label 1CD] live in California,
June 29 1973, late show. A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Tour 1973 - It's Never Too Late [Dynamite Studio] 1973 tour with The Caledonia
Soul Orchestra. Taken from Acetates. Some tracks later appeared on official
live album It's Too Late To Stop Now.
Van Morrison - Winterland [Wolfgang's Vault 2CD] live in San Francisco, Feb 2, 1974 in support of It's Too Late To Stop The Show Now, a triple live album.
Finally the complete show! Ex SBD stereo. LOSSY MP3.
NOT FOR TRADE.
- For Rainbow [no label 1DVD PAL Torrent #94094] live at Rainbow Theatre,
London, UK, July 24, 1973. Lineup: Van Morrison - Vocals, John Platania
- guitar, Jeff Labes - keyboards, Jack Schroer - saxophones, Bill Atwood
- trumpet, David Hayes - bass, Dahaud Shaar - drums, Terry Adams - cello,
Nancy Ellis - viola Tom Halpin - violin. Tim Kovatch - violin, Nathan
Rubin - violin. The most complete audio and video remaster box. Video
VG+; Audio Ex- SBD stereo.
Morrison - Over The Rainbow [1CD] 10 tracks live at the Rainbow, London,
July 27 1973 + 6 from 1968. Rainbow show in very good quality.
Van Morrison - Mechanical Bliss [no label 2CD] recorded Record Plant,
Sausalito, California, June 1975 + Mercury Studios, New York, Mar/Apr
1974 and Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, Netherlands, June 1974. VG-Ex
SBD stereo. This is an unreleased album. This compilation includes all
the songs that were recorded and considered for the album.
30 1974 - Pure [Living Legends] Live Montreux Switzerland, with Chet Baker
on one track recorded in 1978?
Morrison - Winterland 1974 [1CD] Live at Winterland, Feb 2 1974.
Van Morrison - Montreux Jazz Festival 1974 [no label 1CD demon 2355203] In the late 2000s, Morrison finally released Live At Montreux DVD with the show from June 30, 1974. Fan JTT took that show and added the "confrontation" between Van and a fan in the audience that was removed from the official release. This confrontation was b'cast live back then on FM. You can hear Morrison utter an expletive at the end of Tk 10. Ex SBD/FM stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.
Morrison - Live At The Orphanage [1CD] Live in San Francisco, July 29
1974 + 3 from 1973 + 3 outtakes.
Van Morrison - Chicago 1974 [no label 2CD] live at Auditorium Theatre,
US, Oct 18 1974. From previously uncirculated tape by Howard Silver. VG
AUD mono? Gets better as you listen.
Van Morrison - Anaheim 1974 [no label 1CD] live in California, Nov 16
1974 A BILL CRAVEN recording. VG+ AUD stereo.
Morrison - THE FELT FORUM. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NEW YORK.
1 NOVEMBER 1974 1CDR
Van Morrison - UCLA 1975, 40th Anniversary of Lost California Performances (JF Archive Series No. 3 via JEMS, 2CD dime 524853) live at Freeborn Hall, University of California, Davis, CA; April 18, 1975 (late show). "This concert in Davis does not appear in Vanomatic's list of '75 shows; the date is actually assigned to Sophie's in Palo Alto, which we now know is an error, as JF is confident the dates on his tapes are correct and the details below corroborate. Davis becomes the first full known Van setlist and recording from '75, and, if that wasn't enough, JF recorded five other concerts in June (which match dates listed in Vanomatic), so we go from 18 minutes of a single '75 show to half a dozen full, uncirculated shows. " - mjk5510 for JEMS. More to come. VG AUD stereo. Taper: Tina F (sister of JF!) and friend. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - UC Irvine 1975, 40th Anniversary of Lost California Performances (JF Archive Series No. 4 via JEMS, 1CD dime 525833) live at Crawford Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA; June 6, 1975 (early show). Lineup: Van Morrison - vocals; John Blakely on guitar; Mark T. Jordan on keyboards; David Hayes on Bass and Tony Dey on drums. "The early set in Irvine does appear in Vanomatic's list of '75 shows but with no known setlist.. It becomes the second full recording from '75, with four more JF tapes to come. The 8pm show at Crawford Hall shares a basic framework with the first volume in our series, Davis, but with a few notable differences. It's a much bluesier night, with forays into Mose Allison's "One Of These Days" and Leadbelly's "Sweet Mary Blues." The epic "St Dominic's Preview" weaves even more of Lou Reed's "Walk On The Wild Side" and the Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want" into the narrative." - mjk5510 for JEMS. More to come. VG AUD stereo. Taper: JF. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - UC Irvine 1975 LATE SHOW, 40th Anniversary of Lost California Performances (JF Archive Series No. 5 via JEMS, 1CD dime 528089) live at Crawford Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA; June 6, 1975 (late show). Lineup: Van Morrison - vocals; John Blakely on guitar; Mark T. Jordan on keyboards; David Hayes on Bass and Tony Dey on drums. "The late set in Irvine does appear in Vanomatic's list of '75 shows but with no known setlist. It becomes the third full recording from '75, with three more JF tapes to come" - mjk5510 for JEMS. More to come. VG AUD stereo. Taper: JF. DATA FILE ONLY
Morrison - THE WONDERLAND TAPES (LIVE HOLLAND 22/6/77) 2CD
Van Morrison - Wonderland Rehearsals [no label 2CD hungercity 15051] live at Vara Studios, Hilversum, The Netherlands, June 21 & 22, 1977. Lineup: Van Morrison, Dr John, Mick Ronson - guitar; Mo Foster - bass; Peter Van Hooke - drums. Recorded from the mixing desk and assembled and cleaned in 2000 by eddiethecat. Ex- SBD stereo. First time circulated Jan 2012.
15 1978 - Gospels For The Ocean [Lobster] Live Bottom Line, New York
Van Morrison - Complete Bottom Line 1978 [no label 2CD] live at the Bottom
Line, New York, Nov 1 1978. This is the complete late show as broadcast
on radio. Ex FM stereo.
Van Morrison - The Complete Bottomline 1978 [no label 2CD] live in New
York, Nov 1 1978. First time both early and late shows are included. The
late show is minus the DJ chatter. Ex FM stereo. ReMastered by Van fan
Four-Eyed Freak. Excellent.
Morrison - Mojo At The Roxy [2CD] live at the Roxy, LA, Nov 26 1978.
Joni Mitchell - Tanglewood, MA 1979 Master Audience (no label 2CD dime 537579) live at Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass. U.S.A. August 21, 1979 on the Mingus tour in Mass. From master audience tape. Lineup: Joni Mitchell: vocals, piano and acoustic guitar, Pat Metheny: electric guitars, Lyle Mays: keyboards, Michael Brecker: sax, Jaco Pastorious: bass, Don Alias: percussion and the Persuasions: vocals (Jerry Lawson, Jimmy Hayes, Joe Russell, Jayotis Washington and Toubo Rhoad) VG AUD stereo. TT: 109:01m. Shared by glasnostrd19. DATA FILE ONLY. No to MP3
- The Mystic's Muse [no label 1CD] live at Berkeley Community Theatre,
California, Oct 21, 1979, broadcast on King Biscuit Flower Hour. Ex FM
Morrison - It's Too Late To Stop Now Acetate [no label 2CD] taken from
acetate. Perhaps an early mix of the famous double LP. Each CD has two
tracks only indicating the LPs side 1 and 2 format. Contains vinyl noise.
Van Morrison - Beautiful
Vision Outtakes [no label 1CD] sessions from 1982, 9 tracks. Ex SBD.
Apr 4 1982 - Live
In Essen [Golden Stars] Live Essen, Germany
Apr 4 1982 - Can
You Feel The Silence [Pluto] same as above
Van Morrison - The Schooner Soundtrack 1983 [no label 1CD demonoid 2393147] This is ripped from an RTE TV broadcast of the film, The Schooner, Dec 26, 1983. The untitled music was composed by Van Morrison. He also performed it for this film. No titles. TT: 13:49. Ex stereo. The film was never released commercially.
Van Morrison - Rivers
Of Time [VanTrades 2CD] live at Midem, Cannes, France, Jan 26 1984. EX
SBD A Wolf Remaster.
Mar 17 1985 - St
Patrick's Day [Beech Marten 2CD] Live Berkeley, California
Van Morrison - Carrre
Theatre, Amsterdam 1986 [Wolf Remaster 1CD] live Sept 29 1986. Ex SBD.
Feb 28 1987 - Listen
To The Lion [Three Cool Cats] Live in Copenhagen. Van Morrison plays with
Denmark's Radio Big Band + two live from Oct 15 1986.
Van Morrison - Somewhere
Over The Mountains [VanTrades 2CD] Stadtpark, Imst, Tirol, Austria, July
15 1989. A Wolf Remaster Ex FM
Jan 17 1990 - The
Church of Our Lady St Mary [KTS] Live audience recording of a concert
at a wedding. July 1990 - Live in Montreux [Swingin' Pig] Live Switzerland
with Georgie Fame
1991 - Pagan Streams
[Big Music 2CD] Live in Europe.
Van Morrison - Paris 1991 (no label 2CD dime 526950) live at Parc De L'Ile St. Germain, Paris, France, July 3, 1991. Lineup: Haji Ahkba - flugelhorn & trumpet, Richie Buckley - tenor saxophone, Dave Early - drums, Georgie Fame - organ, vocals, Howard Francis - keyboards, Steve Gregory - tenor saxophone, Ronnie Johnson - guitar and Nicky Scott - bass. Source is master audience cassette. VG AUD stereo. TT: 93:41m. DATA FILE ONLY
August 1995 - Edinburgh
Castle [KTS] Live at Edinburgh Jazz Festival with the BBC Orchestra
Van Morrison - From
Dublin Up To Sandy Row [no label 2CD] live at Point Depot, Dec 17 1995.
Radio broadcast Ex FM.
Van Morrison - Spring
In My Heart [VanTrades 2CD] live Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland July
19 1997. Ex SBD
2000 & BEYOND
Van Morrison - Choppin' Wood: The Lost Album 2001 [no label 1CD demonoid 2336227] studio album recorded in 2001 but remains unreleased. It remains a mystery why Morrison abandoned this album with Linda Gail Lewis. Ex SBD stereo.
Van Morrison - Choppin' Wood: The Lost Album 2001 - siddx version [no label 1CD demonoid 2441218] studio album recorded in 2001 but remains unreleased. It remains a mystery why Morrison abandoned this album with Linda Gail Lewis. Ex SBD stereo. This is the 10-track version shared by siddx. Better sound quality.
Van Morrison - Estival
Jazz 2002 [Simplex/SuperMax/Swissbird 2CD Torrent: 112041] live in Lugano,
Switzerland, July 12, 2002. "They are on many tradelists incomplete or
the 1 disc "clickfestival" FM versions in circulation... better you take
our version and your old one can throwing in the bucket." Lineup: Van
Morrison - Vocals, Harmonica; Richard Dunn - Hammond Organ , Piano; Ned
Edwards - Electric & Acoustic Guitar; David Hayes - Electric Bass
, Electric Double Bass; Matt Holland - Trumpet , Flugelhorn; Martin Winning
- Alto , Baritone & Tenor Saxophone; Bobby Irwin - Drums; Special
Guest: Chris Barber - Trombone. Ex SBD stereo.
Van Morrison - Dublin Noctourne [live Helix, Dublin Mar 28 2003] 2CD VG
Van Morrison - Llandudno
[live May 15 2003] 2CD VG audience
Van Morrison - Hoochie
Coochie Man [live Perugia July 15 2003] 2CD VG audience
Van Morrison - 2003: The Unreleased Live Album [no label 2CD] fan compilation
of three concerts broadcast on radio in 2003 - Montreux July 19; Hamburg
Nov 13 and Malvern Nov 25. Ex SBD stereo
Van Morrison - Tribute
To Ray Charles [no label 1CD] Montreux, Switzerland, July 9 2004. Ex audience.
- Neuhardenberg 2005 [no label 2CD Torrent: 53810] live at Parkbühne,
Schloss Neuhardenberg, Germany, Aug 5, 2005. Ex FM stereo.
Morrison - The Shows For George Best Pt 1 [no label 2CD Torrent: 72121]
live at City Hall, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, Dec 1 2005. Ex- AUD stereo.
Van Morrison - The
Shows For George Best Pt 1 [no label 2CD Torrent: 72261] live at Town
Hall, Middlesbrough, England, Dec 2, 2005. Ex- AUD stereo.
Morrison - Down By The Country Side 2006: Remastered [no label 1CD Torrent:
106392] live at Waterfront Hall, Belfast, Ireland February 03 and 04,
2006. FM Broadcast from Radio Ulster on Mar 11, 2006. A 4-Eyed Freak remastering.
Van Morrison Band: Robin Aspland (piano); Ned Edwards (backing vocals,
lead and acoustic guitar, harmonica, violin); David Hayes (Bass); Matt
Holland (trumpet, backing vocals); Martin Winning (tenor saxophone, clarinet,
penny whistle); Bobby Irwin (drums); Teena Lyne (percussion); Guests:
Country Band: Crawford
Bell (backing vocals, acoustic guitar); Paul Godden (pedal steel guitar);
Bob Loveday (violin); Leon Mcrum (backing vocals); Trionagh Moore (backing
vocals). Ex broadcast stereo.
- LSO London 2008 [no label no label 1CD] live at LSO, St Luke's, London, UK,
Feb 10, 2008. Incomplete show. Ex FM stereo. Three
tracks taken from website b'cast. These are lossy.
Van Morrison - BBC Studios 2008 [no label 1CD tradersden 54886] live at
Maida Vale Studios, Paul Jones Show, to promote new album Keep It Simple.
B'cast Mar 10, 2008. Ex FM stereo.
Van Morrison - Live
At BBC Radio Theatre 2008 [no label 1CD tradersden 55244] live at Broadcasting
House, London, Feb 12, 2008. B'cast Mar 15, 2008. Tks 2 and 4 has distortion
for a few seconds on steel guitar. Not a distraction. Ex FM stereo. TT
- Stockholm 2008 [no label 2CD] live at Skeppsholme,
Stockholm, Sweden, July 19, 2008. Taken from Sveriges Radio P2 Website. Likely to be lossy. Ex- SBD stereo. Incomplete show. NOT FOR TRADE.
Van Morrison - Belfast 2015, 70th Birthday Concert (no label, 2CD from reader) live at Cyprus Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland; August 31, 2015. Very good BBC Radio Ulster broadcast. Ex- FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY Lossy
Van Morrison - Belfast 2015, 70th Birthday Concert, LATE SHOW (no label, 2CD dime 538919) live at Cyprus Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland; August 31, 2015, 6pm show. VG+ AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - Boston 2016, A Belfrank Audience Recording (no label 2CD dime 560203) live at Wang Theatre, Boston MA, April 26, 2016. Lineup: Van Morrison, Sax, Harmonica Vocals with Paul Moran, keyboards Hammond B-3 trumpet, Dave Keary, Guitar, Vocals, Paul Moore, Bass, Vocals, Robbie Ruggiero, Drums, Vocals and Dana Masters, Vocals, Percussion. Guest Vocalists: Shana Morrison and Chris Farlowe. VG AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Morrison - LET THE COWBOY RIDE (1974-1977). EVIL GENIUS 2. 2 CDR
Morrison - DON'T NEED A WITNESS TO SEE. (1978-1980). EVIL GENIUS 3. 2
Morrison - CATALOGUE STRAYS 3CD excellent
Morrison - TITLESONGS - VLS COMPILATION 2 FLAC/2 AUDIO
Morrison - Duets with Bob Dylan [no label 1CD] various duets1984-1998.
Van Morrison - Who's Grumpy? [Naughty Knight 1CD] fan compilation of funny,
rude, naughty and grumpy comments by Van onstage taken from shows 1974
- 2002. VG to EX
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks Live [no label 1CD] fan compilation of all
the songs from Van's classic '70s album taken from live tracks performed
from 1967 - 1990. VG to Ex stereo. Includes some acoustic studio demos.
- The Moondance Album Through The Years: 1970-2002 [no label 1CD Torrent:
87409] Various locations and dates of performances from Van's Moondance
album . GD to VG stereo/mono?
Van Morrison - The Guest Series: 1963-1998 [no label 5CD] Fan compilation
of all Van Morrison guest appearances on other artists albums, Morrison
b-sides not found on his albums, singles not found on albums and his soundtrack
works. Compiled by Mike Burns, Diana DeRoo and David Chance in 1998. Ex
- Bluesology 1963-1973 **OFFICIAL TRACKS REMOVED*** [no label 1CD Torrent:
170853] The two tracks labelled "from rare Monarchs single" have been
removed. What you get: Tracks 1 & 2 first recording session with Them,
1964; Tracks 3 & 4 from Them's first BBC radio session, March 1965;
Tracks 5 & 6 from Them's second BBC radio session, June 1966; Tracks
7-15 are studio outtakes 1970-1973. VG+ to Ex SBD stereo?
Van Morrison - Outtakes Vol 2 [lilpanda 1CD demonoid 2196751 + 2245873] selection of Van outtakes by fan lilpanda. Covers 1972 to 1978. Plus bonus of five John Fogerty songs found only on vinyl. Ex SBD stereo. NOT FOR TRADE.
Van Morrison - Just A Man Vol 2, Live Mix 2005-2012 (no label 1CD dime 487677) fan compilation of Van live in concert in Europe. Only Tk 1 is live in USA. "It never ceases to amaze me how well Van's voice has aged." Ex SBD stereo. TT: 79:50m. Compiled by ALS, Jan 2013. DATA FILE ONLY
Van Morrison - The Christmas Album 2011 [no label 2CD demonoid 2808337] fan compilation through the years of live and studio recordings that have a seasonal flavour. Morrison has never recordied Christmas songs. All sources seem to be FM or SBD. Ex- to Ex stereo. Shared on the net December 2011.
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JONI MITCHELL LIST
- Let's Sing Out [no label 1CD] Canadian Broadcasting Corporation shows
recorded in Winnipeg on Oct 4 1965 and Oct 24 1966. The first show she
is listed as Joan Anderson. Very short 30 mins. Ex broadcast
Joni Mitchell - Looking Out For Love 1967-1969 [no label 1CD] Fan compilation
of rare performances from Folklore Broadcast 1966, Philadelphia 1967 and
at the Troubadour Nov 30 1969. Includes 5 unreleased tracks. VG+ SBD.
Mitchell - Second Fret Sets 1966-'68 [Wild Wolf 2CD] - live at 2nd Fret,
Philadelphia and live on WHAJ Radio in Philadelphia 1966-'68.
- Second Fret Sets 1966/67 [no label 1CD Torrent #85171] Tks 1-4 from
bootleg Second Fret Sets, Nov 1966. Tks 5-11 Live at Second Fret Club,
Philadelphia, Mar 17, 1967. Ex SBD? stereo. TAO NOT FOR TRADE.
- "Posall & Mosalm" [no label 3CD Torrent: 139350] Live in Philadelphia
1966-1968. These are the recordings of Gene Shay and Ed Sciaky, DJs. Includes
gigs at Second Fret Club, WHAT Studios, WDAS studios. Ex SBD/FM stereo.
Joni Mitchell - The Chase Project 1966-1972 [no label 1CD hungercity 17227] demos, radio spots, TV and radio performances. Sourced from vinyl, cassettes and reel tape. Assembled by dajchance in June 2012. VG+ to Ex- stereo.
- Three Songs: Lights Out In Georgia [no label 1CD torrent 130080] three
tracks with no date or venue taken from vinyl LP Lights Out In Georgia.
Audience recording. VG AUD mono? Short 10.32m
Mitchell - Gerdes Folk City, New York, NY, Jan 1967 (1CDR)
- Live on WHAT & WDAS 1967 [no label 1CD Torrent #85344] Radio sessions
in 1967 and 1968 with Gene Shay in Philadelphia. Tks 1-3 live Mar 12,
1967. Tks 4-7 Mar 19, 1967. Tk 8 May 28 1967. Tk 9-11 WDAS fall 1968.
Tks 12-14 unidentified. Sourced from taper's master reel. Overall Ex FM
stereo. Some songs are cut abruptly.
Joni Mitchell - Live At The Second Fret 1967 (All Access 1CD demon 3034900) live at Temple University's Radio Station, from The Second Fret, Philadelphia PA, USA, March and October 1967. Solo show. Broadcast by WRTI. The Nov 17 1966 date printed on the cover is wrong. Ex- FM stereo. TT: 79m. This is a 2014 silver disc bootleg. DATA FILE ONLY
Mitchell - The Couriers Folk Club, The White Swan, Leicester, UK, Sept
Mitchell - BY THE BANKS OF THE RIVER CHARLES 1CD live at Club 47, Cambridge,
MA, Jan 1968. This is not as good as Club 47 version.
Mitchell - Club 47, Cambridge, MA, Jan 1968 (1CDR) Superior sound to By
The Banks Of The River Charles.
- Club 47, 1968 [no label 1CD torrent 130100] live at Club 47, Cambridge,
MA, Jan 10, 1968. This is superior to commercial bootleg By The Banks
Of The River Charles. This has four never released Mitchell originals
Gift Of The Magi, Ballerina Valerie, The Way It I and, Come To The Sunshine.
Ex- SBD stereo.
Joni Mitchell - Club 47: UPGRADE & SPEED CORRECTED (no label 1CD torrent
143283) live in Cambridge, MA, Jan 10, 1968. Ex- SBD stereo. Crisp and
Mitchell - Both Sides Now Live 1968 [no label 1CD Torrent: 67682] live
at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, California, June 1968. Los Angeles
radio station 93 KHJ-FM recorded Joni's performance at the Troubadour
for its 48-hour "History of Rock and Roll" series. The show was originally
broadcast on KHJ over the Washington Day holiday week-end, February 21-23,
1969. Includes short interview excerpts. Total running time 7:22 m. Ex
FM stereo. One song only.
Mitchell - Philadelphia Folk Festival 1968 [no label 1CD] live Aug 23
1968. Ex SBD mono
- 1968 or 1969 Germany (?) [no label 1CD Torrent: 81806] "This
is a mysterious but very high-quality recording of Joni in 1967, 1968,
or 1969. Early Joni, featuring her beautiful 1960s voice and a recording
that is astoundingly good--crisp, clear, no static, very little hiss."
- Doc. Many seldom heard songs eg Marcie, Nathan La Freneer, Dr Junk,
Go Tell The Drummer Man. Ex SBD stereo.
Joni Mitchell - 1968 or 1969 Germany (?): Remastered [no label 1CD Torrent:
82802] "This is a mysterious but very high-quality recording of Joni in
1967, 1968, or 1969. Early Joni, featuring her beautiful 1960s voice and
a recording that is astoundingly good--crisp, clear, no static, very little
hiss." - Doc. "On downloading this torrent *thanks docrupard* I found
there were crackly track transitions and relatively low audio levels."
Ex SBD stereo.
Mitchell - Public Broadcast 1969 [no label 1CD] solo Public
- Mississippi River Festival 1969 [no label 1CD Torrent: 52879] live at
Missippi River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Il.
July 7, 1969. Telecast on The Sounds Of Summer TV show, Aug 3, 1969. This
show has in the past been erroneously identified as Nov 30, 1969, Los
Angeles, PBS - TV. VG broadcast mono. Hissy and crackly.
- Mississippi River Festival [Doinkertape 1DVD Torrent #124183] live at
Mississippi River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville,
Il. July 7, 1969. Telecast on The Sounds Of Summer TV show, Aug 3, 1969.
This is a stereo soundboard taken from vinyl source and transferred as
a high-resolution 24bit/96Khz audio NTSC DVD-r to be played on DVD players.
Ex- SBD stereo. Previous versions were mono.
Joni Mitchell - Mississippi
River Festival [Doinkertape 1DVD Torrent #124513] live at Mississippi
River Festival, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Il. July 7,
1969. Telecast on The Sounds Of Summer TV show, Aug 3, 1969. This is a
stereo soundboard taken from vinyl source. This version complies with
"Red Book" 16 bit CD and can be played on a CD player. Ex- SBD stereo.
Previous versions were mono.
Mitchell - Newport Folk Festival 1969 [no label 1CD] live in Rhode Island,
July 19, 1969, evening concert. Ex SBD stereo. Tk 9 is of lesser quality
from a different source.
Service TV show on Nov 30 1969 [Or July 7 1969?], recorded in Los Angeles.
Ex TV broadcast sound.
Mitchell - Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Dec 1969 (2CDRs)
Mitchell - Mariposa Folk Festival, Toronto, Ont, July 26, 1970 (1CDR)
- BBC In Concert 1970 [no label 1CD Torrent: 106758] live at BBC Television
Theatre, Sept 1970 and broadcast on TV Oct 9, 1970. Ex SBD stereo. This
could be sourced from an FM broadcast. One track has a skip. Might be
on the original source.
Joni Mitchell & James Taylor - Royal Albert Hall 1970 [Wolf Remaster 1CD] live in London, England, Oct 28 1970 as broadcast on BBC + 5 unaired tracks. This version has been remastered to remove vinyl groove sound and to soften audience noise. "I recorded this off WNEW-FM back when it first was broadcast in the US in late 1970 or early 1972. About 15 years ago, someone broke into my car and stole a bunch of cassettes I had there, and this was one of them.
"There are a few things which you might want to add to your little summary on the web page. First, and least important, word was at the time that Joni and James were a couple, something she sang about a few years later ("pack up your suspenders"on ).
"Second is that what makes this such a treasure is that they play together from track 8; not just 11. James does a harmony on For Free which you can hear but his distinctive guitar is all over this.
"Third, is that Joni's introduction to The Circle Game (which has stuck in my mind all these years) is, of course, about her friend, Neil Young, though she does not mention him by name but rather the lyrics to Sugar Mountain, to which The Circle Game is Joni's rejoinder. This is rock and roll history of the highest order." - Ed Saslaw. Ex SBD taken from vinyl source. Stereo.
Joni Mitchell & James Taylor - BBC in Concert 1970, Goody remaster March 2014 (no label 1CD dime 486584) live at BBC's Paris Theatre, London, England, Oct 29, 1970. This a speed/pitch-corrected remaster by Goody. Tks 1-12 from BBC transcription disc. Tks 13-18 Aircheck tape. Tks 13 - 16 are pitch-corrected. Original source: Wardour 005 - Bootleg CD shared by Randall at Dime on April 11, 2009. Ex pre-FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Joni Mitchell - Carnegie Hall 1972 [no label 1CD] live in New York, Feb
23, 1972. Remastered to remove gaps, audience silence and retracked to
start at beginning of each song. No EQ used in remastering. VG SBD
Mitchell - Carnegie Hall, New York, NY, Feb 23, 1972 (1CDR)
- Philadelphia Academy Of Music 1972 [no label 1CD Torrent: 51716] live
in Philadelphia, Mar 2, 1972, complete show. VG AUD stereo. A rare show.
Mitchell - George McGovern Benefit 1972 [no label 1CD Torrent: 77950]
live in Cleveland, OH May 8, 1972. "This is a historic concert, in which
Joni, Paul Simon, James Taylor and others rallied in attempt to support
George McGovern." McGovern was a presidential candidate who lost to Richard
Nixon. VG AUD stereo.
Mitchell - L'Olympia, Paris 1972 [no label 2CD] live at the L'Olympia
Theatre, Paris, June 15 1972. VG+ AUD Rare show.
Mitchell - TROUBADOUR, L.A. CA. 17 NOVEMBER 1972 2CD
Mitchell - BY HER OWN DEVICES. BBC. 1972 1CD SBD
- Original Blue [no label 1CD pinkrobert 880] Two extra songs were left
off the released Blue album. They are The Urge For Going [later to emerge
as the b-side of You Turn Me On, I'm A Radio] and the still unreleased
Hunter [aka The Good Samaritan]. Taken from master tape. Ex SBD stereo.
Joni Mitchell - Alternate Blue [1CD]. This album's claim to fame are the
two tracks Mitchell removed from Blue at the very last minute. They are
The Urge For Going [later to emerge as the b-side of You Turn Me On, I'm
A Radio] and the still unreleased Hunter [aka The Good Samaritan]. This
is an excellent copy of the alternate Blue album.
Joni Mitchell - Ithaca 1974 (no label, 2CD dime 523349) live at Barton Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; February 3, 1974. Lineup: Joni Mitchell: Vocals, Piano, Guitar and Dulcimer, Max Bennett: Bass, Roger Kellaway: Piano, Robben Ford: Electric Guitar, John Guerin: Drums and Percussion and Tom Scott: Woodwinds and Reeds. VG AUD mono. TT: 1:45:36. DATA FILE ONLY
Mitchell - Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1974 [no label 2CD] live in Los Angeles,
CA, with the LA Express on Mar 3 1974. VG AUD
Joni Mitchell w LA Express - Seattle 1974: UPGRADE, complete show [no label 2CD dime 318981] live at Seattle Centre Arena, Seattle, WA, March 12, 1974, the Court & Spark Tour. Ex- AUD mono. Taken from master reel. Taped by JEMS.
Mitchell - London 1974 [Doc Tinker 1CD Torrent: 123403] live at New Victoria
Theater, London, Apr 22, 1974 broadcast on BBC TV. "Friends, here´s
a beautiful & mostly excellent sounding rarity from Joni Mitchell,
recorded from TV by a friend in the mid 70´s! Only a few portions
with the full band are slightly over-recorded, but most songs are solo
performances or have only 1 or 2 members playing with Joni." Ex- TV broadcast
mono? 51 mins. Joni is probably backed by the LA Express.
Joni Mitchell - Temple University, PA 1974 [no label 2CD] live Aug 21
1974 + WBCA Canada broadcast 1968. With Tom Scott
& LA Express. Ex AUD
Joni Mitchell - Courtin' & Sparkin' 1974 [no label 2CD] live Aug 21
1974 at Temple University, PA. Same as above but with no bonus tracks.
Mitchell - Hissing of Summer Lawns demos [no label 1CD] 1975 acoustic
demos. Includes another demo of Hunter, still unreleased. Ex SBD.
Joni Mitchell - The Demos of Summer Lawns: Remastered Edition (Remastered Workshop RMW 469 1CD hungercity 26258) "The Hissing Of Summer Lawns" Acoustic Demos 1975, Unreleased Studio Recordings. Ex SBD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Joni Mitchell - The Spectrum 1976 [no label 2CD] live in Philadelphia,
PA, Feb 16 1976. VG++ AUD stereo. COMPLETE SHOW
Joni Mitchell - The Spectrum 1976: Incomplete [no label 1CD] wrongly identified
as Feb 24, 1976 at Syracuse War Memorial but is actually CD2 of the above
Spectrum Show. NOT FOR TRADE.
Joni Mitchell - Save The Whales 1976 [no label 1CD dime 356969] live at Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA, Nov 20, 1976 w Jaco Pastorius and percussionist Bobbye Hall. VG+ AUD stereo. Fred Neil guests on Dolphins.
Joni Mitchell and Herbie Hancock with friends - Bread and Roses Festival 1978 (no label 1CD dime 463408) live at Greek Theater, Berkeley, Ca. U.S.A. September 3, 1978. FM broadcast on "Folk Festival USA". "The first 2 songs are just Joni (solo), then Hancock joins for a couple, and a whole bunch of other folks join in for the last song. There are a few flaws in the recording, but most of it is pretty enjoyable sound quality..." Friends include Tom Paxton, Odetta, the Persuasions, Todd Gibson and Hamilton Camp. Ex FM stereo. TT: 30:45m. Not allowed for MP3 sharing. DATA FILE ONLY
Joni Mitchell and The Persuasions - Oklahoma City 1979: Goody Pitch-Corrected Remaster (no label 2CD dime 472556) live at Zoo Amphitheater, Oklahoma City, OK, USA, August 3, 1979. The Persuasions are on CD1 Tracks 01-10; CD2 Tks 28 & 29. Joni's band: Joni Mitchell - guitars, vocals; Jaco Pastorius - bass; Pat Metheny - guitar; Lyle Mays - keyboards; Michael Brecker - sax and Don Alias - drums, percussion. "Thanks so much to everyone involved in the creation and preservation of the source of this great performance, prior to my tinkering with it for the sake of improving upon what circulated previously, as a small way of giving something back in better condition than that in which it was originally shared." - Goody 2013. VG+ AUD stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
- Shadows And Light In The Big Apple [no label 2CD torrent 133222] live
at Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, New York, Aug 25, 1979. Ex- SBD stereo.
From DavMar77s reels.
Mitchell - Sept 7 1979 San Francisco [no label 2CD] live at Civic Auditorium
during Shadows & Light tour. VG AUD
Mitchell - Sept 8 1979 San Francisco [no label 2CD] live at Civic Auditorium
during Shadows & Light tour. VG AUD
Mitchell - Two Days After (Shadows & Light) [2CD] live at the Greek
Theatre, LA, Sept 12 [or 16?] Sept 1979. This recording comes after completion
of the show that became the official live album Shadows & Light. A
very good audience.
Mitchell - Budokan, Tokyo [2CD] live Mar 7, 1983.
Joni Mitchell - Budokan, Tokyo 1983 UPGRADE (no label 2CD dime 456685) live at Nippon Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan, March 7, 1983. Closing night of Japanese Tour 1983. This was also the first and only World Tour by Mitchell. From 1st generation cassette. Ex FM stereo. Shared by hanwaker Nov 2006. DATA FILE ONLY
- Wembley, 1983 [no label 1CD Torrent: 76251] live at Wembley Arena, London,
April 24 1983. "Only issue I know of is a tape flip during Amelia, fairly
well blended. A solid, 55 minute show, representing the complete broadcast.
Fades in and out (over applause only) at the first and last tracks." Joni
Mitchell - Vocals, Guitar,Keyboards, Larry Klein - Bass, Landau - Guitar,
Russell Ferrante - Keyboards & Vincent Colaiuta - Drums. BBC In Concert
broadcast. Ex FM stereo.
Joni Mitchell - Wembley, 1983: 2009 rebroadcast [no label 1CD dime 272067] live at Wembley Arena, London, April 24 1983. Lineup: Joni Mitchell - Vocals, Guitar,Keyboards, Larry Klein - Bass, Landau - Guitar, Russell Ferrante - Keyboards & Vincent Colaiuta - Drums. BBC6 digital radio broadcast, Feb 22, 2009. Ex DVB-T stereo. DJ and station ID all removed.
Mitchell - Belgium Broadcast 1983 [no label 2CD Torrent: 52440] live in
Brussels, Belgium, Apr 26 1983. Ex FM stereo. "The sound quality ranges
from A to A- in my opinion. On the 2nd disc it seems that maybe the taper
had the record levels a little high. It is not without a couple minor
spots of static, but is still an excellent performance and a very good
Joni Mitchell - Live in Brussels 1983: UPGRADE [no label 2CD Torrent:
77849] live at Koninklijk Circus, Brussels, Belgium, April 26, 1983. Re-tracked
and some microgaps removed. "Known flaws: small amount of diginoise (such
as at very beginning of "For Free"), cut first few seconds of "Wild Things,"
transition in audience sound between "Boogie Man" and "For Free" (likely
represents pause of recorder--no music is missing), some modest oversats
as above. (Still, this is a good one!)". Ex- FM stereo.
Joni Mitchell - The Hague 1983 [no label 1CD Torrent:
79703] live at Congresgebouw, The Hague, Netherlands, Apr 27, 1983 on
Refuge World Tour. The band are Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums, Russell Ferrante
- Keyboards, Larry Klein - Bass, Michael Landau - Guitar. Ex FM stereo.
- Red Rocks Ampitheater 1983 [no label 2CD Torrent: 51964] live at Red
Rocks, July 30, 1983. Ex SBD stereo.
"In 1983, Joni embarked
on her "Refuge" tour backed by a band which included new husband Larry
Klein on bass, Russell Ferrante on keyboards, Michael Landau on guitar,
and Vinnie Colaiuta on the drums. Joni changed from the Jaco-Metheny stretched-out
style to a more rock-based sound, though still with lots of jazz influence--sort
of in a Steely Dan vein. (For those who are not familiar with these altered
presentations, most can be seen in the 1983 video "Refuge of the Roads".)"
Joni Mitchell - Wembley Arena, 1985 [no label 1CD] live in London, Aug
24 1985. Ex FM
- Swinging on A Star [no label 1CD Torrent: 109149] live with Murray McLauchlan
and Larry Klein on CBC-FM, Ontario, Canada, recorded Feb 1991 and broadcast
Mar 1, 1991. Ex FM stereo.
Joni Mitchell - Gene Autry 1995 [no label 1CD] live at Gene Autry Western
Heritage Museum, Los Angeles, Jan 26 1995. Ex pre-FM? stereo.
Joni Mitchell - The Fez, NYC 1995 [no label 2CD dime 397609] live in New York, Nov 6, 1995. Joni Mitchell and Brian Blade - drums. A davmar77 share. Ex SBD stereo.
Mitchell - Mostly Melancholia [CIB] - live Pauley Pavillion, Los Angeles,
May 22 1998. Good audience recording.
Mitchell - Minneapolis 1998 [no label 1CD Torrent: 82114] live in Minneapolis,
Oct 23, 1998. "A great performance, matched by an truly outstanding soundboard
recording, with excellent presence on all instruments and vox, nice stereo
separation and a nice package that fits completely onto one (80-minute)
CD-R." - Docrupard. Ex SBD stereo.
Joni Mitchell and Friends - Joni: A Portrait in Song, A 70th Birthday Happening 2013 (no label 2CD planetrock 127043) live at Massey Hall, Toronto, CAN, June 18-19, 2013. CD1 June 18 show and aired July 1, 2013 from Canada's Radio 2 webcast. CD2 June 19 show and b'cast July 8 and Juy 12, 2013 on Canada's Radio 1 webcast. "These tracks come from a radio webcast featuring highlights from two concerts that were part of this year's Luminato Festival. These concerts celebrated the career of Joni Mitchell and pre-empted her 70th birthday which will be in November. These shows are significant becuase they marked Joni's first time on the stage since 2008. She had said initially that she would not appear at the festival (she doesn't like these kind of things, you know?). Later it was announced that she would perform a reading of "This Rain, This Rain," an adaptation of a poem by Emily Carr, with folks like Herbie Hancock, etc. backing her. At the first concert, she surprised everyone by performing three songs in addition to the poetry: Don't Interrupt the Sorrow (which has not surfaced yet and was not broadcast), Furry Sings the Blues, and Woodstock which featured vocals by all the performers." Lineup: Herbie Hancock - piano; Brian Blade - drums; Jon Cowherd - piano, keyboard, organ; Bill Frisell - guitar; Marvin Sewell - guitar; Christopher Thomas - bass; Ambrose Akinmusire - trumpet; Melvin Butler - saxophone; Jeff Haynes - percussion. Ex webcast stereo. LOSSY DATA FILE ONLY
Joni Mitchell and Friends - Joni: A Portrait in Song, A 70th Birthday Happening 2013: FM VERSION (no label 2CD dime 458529) live at Massey Hall, Toronto, CAN, June 18-19, 2013. The FM listed the date as June 19, 2013. Lineup: Herbie Hancock - piano; Brian Blade - drums; Jon Cowherd - piano, keyboard, organ; Bill Frisell - guitar; Marvin Sewell - guitar; Christopher Thomas - bass; Ambrose Akinmusire - trumpet; Melvin Butler - saxophone; Jeff Haynes - percussion. Ex FM stereo. DATA FILE ONLY
Various - An all star tribute to Joni Mitchell [SHN 1] 04.06/00
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- Ryan Adams
- Alice Cooper
- Allman Brothers
- Tori Amos
- Beach Boys
- Jeff Beck
- Bee Gees
- Black Sabbath
- Blind Faith
- Blood, Sweat & Tears
- David Bowie
- Jack Bruce
- Jeff Buckley
- Kate Bush
- Byrds / Buffalo Springfield / CSNY
- Captain Beefheart
- Johnny Cash
- CCR + John Fogerty
- Eric Clapton
- Leonard Cohen
- Elvis Costello
- Jim Croce
- Deep Purple
- Sandy Denny
- Neil Diamond
- Derek & The Dominos
- The Doors
- Nick Drake
- Bob Dylan
- The Eagles
- Steve Earle
- Emerson, Lake & Palmer
- Brian Eno
- Everly Brothers
- Marianne Faithful
- Flaming Lips
- Fleetwood Mac
- Peter Gabriel
- Rory Gallagher
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor
- Grand Funk Railroad
- Grateful Dead
- Nanci Griffith
- Guns N' Roses
- Emmylou Harris
- George Harrison
- PJ Harvey
- Jimi Hendrix
- John Hiatt
- Buddy Holly
- Mary Hopkin
- Humble Pie
- Husker Du
- Iron Butterfly
- Jan and Dean
- Jefferson Airplane
- Billy Joel
- Elton John
- Rickie Lee Jones
- Joy Division / New Order
- King Crimson
- Carole King
- Led Zeppelin
- John Lennon
- Loggins & Messina
- Gordon Lightfoot
- Claudine Longet
- Love (Arthur Lee)
- Nick Lowe
- Bob Marley
- John Mayall
- Curtis Mayfield
- Paul McCartney
- Don McLean
- Joni Mitchell
- Van Morrison
- Roger Nichols
- Nirvana/ Foo
- Laura Nyro
- Phil Ochs
- Mike Oldfield
- Graham Parker
- Gram Parsons
- Pearl Jam
- Pink Floyd
- Iggy Pop
- Elvis Presley
- John Prine
- Procol Harum
- Quicksilver Messenger Service
- Cliff Richard
- Jonathan Richman
- The Rolling Stones
- Linda Ronstadt
- Sigur Ros
- Todd Rundgren
- Boz Scaggs
- Simon & Garfunkel
- Frank Sinatra
- Sly & The Family Stone
- Soft Machine
- Sonic Youth
- Bruce Springsteen
- Ringo Starr
- Steely Dan
- Cat Stevens
- Rod Stewart
- Talking Heads
- James Taylor
- Ten Years After
- Richard Thompson
- Van Der Graaf Generator
- Van Halen
- Various Artists
Underground/ Lou Reed
- Tom Waits
- Jimmy Webb
- Gillian Welch
- West, Bruce & Laing
- White Stripes
- The Who
- Lucinda Williams
- Brian Wilson
- Dennis and Carl Wilson
- Amy Winehouse
- Wishbone Ash
- Stevie Wonder
- Robert Wyatt
- Yo La Tengo
- Neil Young
- Frank Zappa
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