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Postby schnittstelle » 28 Jul 2007 09:42

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The Velvet Underground - Live at End of Cole Ave
End Of Cole Ave, Dallas, Texas / October 18 & 19, 1969

Label: Aulica A 111.12*NE/3, Italy, 1991
Audio Source: audience
Lineage: Silver (ltd. ed. #0537) --> EAC (secure mode) --> WAV --> FLAC (level unknown) --> MWP

Number of Discs: 2
Artwork: included

Disc 1 Running time 66m 36s / Disc 2 Running Time 56m 30s

Notes: Review: Sometimes archival material which first appeared on a bootleg album will later find authorized release with improved sound quality, but the Velvet Underground's boot Live at End Cole Ave. is a rare example of this process working in reverse.
In 1969, the Velvet Underground played a few dates at a club in Dallas, TX, called the End of Cole Avenue, and a fan who worked as a recording engineer brought a tape machine and mics and recorded two nights of their stand. Years later, some of the End of Cole Avenue's tapes were combined with recordings from 1969 shows in San Francisco for the album 1969: Velvet Underground Live, but by the time Mercury Records got their hands on the Dallas recordings, they were several generations removed from the original source material.
Live at End Cole Ave. (as a grammatically challenged bootlegger has chosen to call it) was mastered from the original first generation tapes of the October 18 & 19 1969, End of Cole Avenue recordings, and the differences in the sound quality are dramatic--louder and clearer, as with the others in this remastered series. Plus the absence of the blanket of hiss which has usually hovered over these performances is more than welcome; this is certainly one of the very best-sounding Velvets live recordings extant (though the levels tend to fluctuate in mid-song).
Also, a number of performances which didn't make the cut for the 1969: Velvet Underground Live album are here, and if these tapes capture the band in relatively subdued form, the performances are committed and emphatic, and add further evidence to the theory that this band never played a song the same way twice. This is a fascinating bit of Velvet Underground arcania and great rock & roll in its own right; now would someone care to dig up the unedited versions of the San Francisco tapes from 1969: Velvet Underground Live and give them an airing as well?
Mark Deming, All Music Guide

Info: Limited numbered edition, packaged in a violet velvet pouch. Reissued in 1994 without number. There is also a 1994 reissue, Aulica Deluxe 9430.22, limited numbered edition in Chinese silk box without photos or liner notes but with different pictures on the disc. Small club recording with excellent sound quality - part of this set was used for the official 1969 Live album. Definitely another must-have.
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Tracklisting:

Disc One
01 - I'm Waiting For The Man (7:26)
02 - It's Just Too Much (2:54)
03 - I'll Be Your Mirror (2:56)
04 - Some Kinda Love (4:25)
05 - Femme Fatale (3:27)
06 - Beginning To See The Light (5:58)
07 - I'm Set Free (4:41)
08 - Afterhours (2:49)
09 - I'm Sticking With You (2:40)
10 - One Of These Days (3:29)
11 - Pale Blue Eyes (6:23)
12 - Ocean (6:02)
13 - What Goes On (6:22)
14 - Heroin (7:17).

Disc Two
01 - Sister Ray (17:47)
02 - Lisa Says (3:39)
03 - Rock'n'Roll (5:06)
04 - Blue Velvet Jazz Jam (30:13)


Torrent History: Uploaded to The Traders Den by miserablemik on July 30, 2006.
Uploaded to Mind-Warp PaVilion by schnittstelle on July 28, 2007.


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Postby schnittstelle » 28 Jul 2007 12:45

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Lou Reed - Claim to Fame

Source: Liberated bootleg
Venue: Roxy Theatre Los Angeles, California
Date: December 1th 1976
Lineage: CD -> WAV -> FLAC ( level 8 )

Tracks:
01. Jam
02. Sweet Jane
03. I believe in love
04. Lisa says
05. Kick
06. She´s my best friend
07. Waiting for the man
08. Sheltered life
09. You wear it so well
10. Claim to fame
11. Walk on the wild side


Notes (from the original seeder):
I hope some of you searching for this boot...it´s not the rarest thing
but it is pure dynamite, from the audio (9.75/10) & the performance one
of my favourite Lou shows in the mid 70´s. Very Jazzy/Funky stuff.
Don Cherry pushed up the Line up. He´s not listed on the Cover but
he´s definitly on Stage,listen in the middle of waiting for my man
and you know what i mean. The Same in the middle of "kicks" and
sheltered life and and and...

Artwork included.


Band:
Marty Fogel - Sax
Michael Fonfara - Keyboards
Michael Sikorsky - Drums
Bruce Yaw - Bass
Don Cherry - Trumpet
Lou Reed - Guitar, Vocals & Foul Language


Torrent history:
Uploaded to MWP by kiwimusicfan on 28 July 2007

Not sure where I picked this one up from, but thanks to the original seeder.


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Sunshine

Postby Sunshine » 07 Aug 2007 17:46

A Walk With The Velvet Underground is coming on Hunger City.

http://www.hungercity.org/details.php?id=3543

Chris

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Postby bobbldr » 07 Aug 2007 18:41

Many thanks, Sunshine. VERY much appreciated indeed.

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Postby bobbldr » 08 Aug 2007 03:15

Upon completion of download of the above, I played it in my normal FLAC player (Foobar) and there is an annoying electronic beeping throughout all the files. Does anyone have any idea what thats all about? Help!

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Postby MJG196 » 14 Aug 2007 20:50

Hey guys, I don't remember the last time "Problems In Urban Living" was torrented, so here ya go:

http://www.hungercity.org/details.php?id=3666

The Velvet Underground
Venue: La Cave, Cleveland, Ohio
Date: 4-6 October 1968
Title: Problems in Urban Living/La Cave 1968

Lineage: CD-R (trade) > aif > xACT flac conversion ( level 8 )

1. Move Right In
2. I Can't Stand It
3. What Goes On
4. Waiting For The Man
5. Pale Blue Eyes
6. Foggy Notion
7. Heroin
8. Jesus
9. Venus In Furs
10. Beginning To See The Light
11. Sister Ray
12. That's the Story of My Life

I haven't seen this posted in quite a while, so I thought I'd provide it. The sound is very good (relative to other VU recordings), so sit back and enjoy a night on Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. This disc consists of two shows. See below for the details.

**COVER ART INCLUDED**
Bargain bin gold, favorite bands, concerts, photos, and my record collection: All Good Music

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Postby bobbldr » 14 Aug 2007 21:30

Many thanks, MG! VERY much appreciated! You are assured a place in heaven for this.

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Postby bobbldr » 14 Aug 2007 21:36

By the way MG, gotta LOVE that fios!! Si?

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Postby MJG196 » 14 Aug 2007 22:14

bobbldr wrote:By the way MG, gotta LOVE that fios!! Si?


Yeah, FIOS kicks ass! And no, I do not belong in Heaven, but there is a place in hell for me and my friends.
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Postby Velvet-fan-DK » 06 Sep 2007 10:14

Could someone please send me a invitation to demonoid.com? I'm dying to the other "take" on American Poet.

My e-mail is jimi-hendrixen(@)hotmail.com, without the () of course.


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