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Music from the mid 60's to late 70's (when creative genius reigned..)

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  1. gaseous_clay

    gaseous_clay Well-Known Member

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  2. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    More Badfinger

    Horrible video. Audio will do but is mixed down so you have to turn it up..
    BADFINGER - Set Of Six (live Granada TV 1972) complete and unedited
    1. Day After Day
    2. Sweet Tuesday Morning
    3. Take It All
    4. Suitcase
    5. Better days
    6. No Matter What
    plus Johnny B Goode (end credit/fade out)

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    Badfinger. Top Of The Pops 14th Jan '71. complete.
    "British musicians union did not permit the use of "pre-recorded" studio tracks in televised appearances and it was standard practice to record the backing tracks at the BBC studios prior to the filming of the broadcast - some portion of the artist's performance was required to be performed live"
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    Long one here. Full Concert

    Badfinger - 1972 BBC In Concert
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  3. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    The Who - Demos and the creative process

    Pete Townshend - Tommy Demos to present to the band
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    The Who - Tommy Studio Sessions, 1968-69
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    Pete Townshend /// Quadrophenia Demo Tapes, 1973
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    The Who - Lifehouse (Who's Next) Studio Sessions, 1971
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    Secret Policeman's Ball - Bought this album when it came out back in the days of innocence..
    Pete Townshend /// Pete's acoustic performance at The Secret Policeman's Ball, June 30, 1979
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  4. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    Ok if you are not going to post then I am going to post another Who concert.
    This is for all of you who are too young to have seen The Who in their prime...
    I did. :)

    The Who /// Ottawa, October 15, 1969 [Complete Show]
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  5. Mr. Me2

    Mr. Me2 Well-Known Member

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    The Who was one of my first concerts (okay, Alice Cooper was my first). And they were the first to use laser lights as part of their show. I STILL remember that! And of course, destroying their instruments at the end of their performance...
     
  6. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    The were also the "first band to vomit in the bar and find the distance to the stage too far". :haw:

    Long Live Rock
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  7. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    One of my faves...
    The Who - Live at the Young Vic - April 26, 1971
    00:00:06 "Love Ain't for Keeping"
    00:02:57 "Pure and Easy"
    00:08:57 "Young Man Blues" (Mose Allison)
    00:13:45 "Time is Passing"
    00:17:44 "Behind Blue Eyes"
    00:21:11 Pete Adresses Crowd
    00:22:33 "I Don't Even Know Myself"
    00:28:15 "Too Much of Anything"
    00:32:36 "Getting in Tune"
    00:39:17 "Bargain"
    00:45:04 "Water"
    00:53:24 "My Generation"
    00:56:23 "Road Runner" (Bo Diddley)
    00:59:37 "Naked Eye"
    01:05:58 "Won't Get Fooled Again"

    All songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise noted.

    Recorded live at the Young Vic Theatre, London, on 26 April 1971 during The Who's free rehearsal concerts.

    At the time of recording, all of the songs played were unreleased except for "Young Man Blues" and "My Generation" (released on Live at Leeds and My Generation respectively).

    Songs played but not included are "Pinball Wizard", "Bony Moronie", "See Me Feel Me/Listening to You" and "Baby Don't You Do It." (NOTE: The live performance of "Bony Moronie" is available on The Who's 1994 boxset Thirty Years of Maximum R&B).
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  8. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    Sorry gals and guys, but I am on a Who bender..

    Pete's guitar work is great on this one. The tone is so rude, in a good way. :D
    You can really hear Tommy in some of the licks..

    The Who - Live at the Fillmore East, April 6, 1968

    MISSING "Substitute"
    MISSING "Pictures of Lily"
    00:00:00 "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart)
    00:04:40 "Fortune Teller" (Allen Toussaint)
    00:06:59 "Tattoo"
    00:11:07 "Little Billy"
    00:13:43 "I Can't Explain"
    00:16:08 "Happy Jack"
    00:19:16 "Relax"
    [fades out]

    [cuts in]
    00:26:35 "A Quick One, While He's Away"
    00:35:11 "My Way" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart)
    00:37:53 "Shakin' All Over" (Johnny Kidd)
    00:46:30 "Boris the Spider" (John Entwistle)
    00:49:13 Pete's spiel
    00:50:19 "My Generation"
    [fades out]
    All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted

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  9. little maggie

    little maggie Well-Known Member

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    So I know this is not music but it fits in this thread. I was just talking to a friend about the music we loved (and saw) when we were young -cream. who, tim buckley, led zepelin etc and ended up talking about these. 1968. Probably more dated than music but still fun. If you've never vaped to it maybe give it a try.
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  10. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    Got to see them do a show back in the day. About 20 people showed up. It was intimate and wonderful. Small room. No stage. They sat at a table and we sat in fold-up chairs in front of the table.
    Beat The Reaper...
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  11. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    Damn it.. Sorry... More Who

    The Who - Live in San Francisco, December 13, 1971
    00:00:05 "I Can't Explain"
    00:02:38 "Substitute"
    00:05:20 "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart)
    00:09:39 "My Wife" (John Entwistle)
    00:16:43 "Baba O'Riley"
    00:23:28 "Behind Blue Eyes"
    00:27:34 "Bargain"
    00:35:22 "Won't Get Fooled Again"
    CUT
    00:44:19 "Baby Don't You Do It" (Holland–Dozier–Holland)
    MISSING "Overture"
    MISSING "Amazing Journey"
    MISSING "Sparks
    00:50:33 "Pinball Wizard"
    00:53:42 "See Me, Feel Me/Listening to You"
    01:00:15 "My Generation"
    01:07:46 "Naked Eye"
    01:16:38 "Goin' Down" (Moloch)
    01:20:08 "Magic Bus"

    All songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise noted.

    I had to sync the bootleg with the officially released sources where gaps were found. The sources include:

    "The Who: San Francisco 1971" Bootleg"


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  12. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    The Who - Quadrophenia Live - Philadelphia (Spectrum) December 4, 1973
    00:01:00 "I Can't Explain"
    00:03:29 "Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehar)
    00:07:32 "My Wife" (John Entwistle)
    00:14:50 "My Generation/My Generation Blues"

    00:21:46 Pete Introduces Quadrophenia
    00:23:00 "I Am the Sea"
    00:24:52 "The Real Me"
    00:30:42 "The Punk and the Godfather"
    00:36:47 "I'm One"
    00:39:35 "5:15"
    00:46:28 "Sea and Sand"
    00:53:35 "Drowned"
    01:03:43 "Bell Boy"
    01:09:05 "Doctor Jimmy"

    01:17:43 "Won't Get Fooled Again"
    01:26:36 "Pinball Wizard"
    01:29:32 "See Me, Feel Me/Listening to You"

    01:43:14 Encore
    01:43:33 "Naked Eye"

    All songs written by Pete Townshend unless otherwise noted.

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  13. Silat

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    The Beatles Live - Royal Show 1963

    Lennon: ‘For our last number, I’d like to ask your help. Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And for the rest of you, if you’ll just rattle your jewelry…’

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  14. little maggie

    little maggie Well-Known Member

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    Someone said d they hadn't found music they liked in the late 70's. These are 2 of my all time favorite albums but I guess one is from 1970: (sorry if these are repeats since I'm only halfway through the lists)
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    And one more old song from when I was young. The lyrics at the end have become so popular that few know they're from this song:
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  15. Silat

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    CTA/Chicago
    "This was written by Robert Lamm, who is a keyboard player and singer for Chicago. It's about trying to write a song, with the title referring to the time of day: either 3:35 a.m. (25 to 4) or 3:34 a.m. (26 to 4). Lamm explained on The Chris Isaak Hour: "I was living with a bunch of hippies up above Sunset Strip. One of the advantages of this particular house was that it was in the Hollywood Hills and I could look out over the city late at night. I wanted to try to describe the process of writing the song that I was writing. So, 'waiting for the break of day, searching for something to say, flashing lights against the sky' - there was a neon sign across the city. That song came from the fact that it was 25 or 6 to 4 a.m. in the morning when I looked at my watch - I was looking for a line to finish the chorus.

    Most songs that were written, especially in the early days, whenever I got them to the band and we started rehearsing them, that's when the songs took shape - once these guys got hold of them. There was definitely a lot of raw material, I thought it was a song when I wrote the words down, I wrote the changes down and I brought the charts to rehearsal, but it wasn't really a song until they all played it.""

    The great Terry Katz on guitar. Sadly taken much to soon in a stupid (his stupidity) gun incident.
    25 or 6 to 4 - 7/21/1970 - Tanglewood
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  16. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    The Who - "Sister Disco" Rehearsal with Kenney Jones (1979)
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  18. irishroots8477

    irishroots8477 El Duderino if you're not into the brevity thing

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  19. Silat

    Silat When the Facts Change, I Change My Mind.

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    Creative Process
    John Lennon & Ringo Starr w/George Harrison - Recordings Session, March 13 1973
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    The Beatles - Abbey Road Outtakes Medley
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    Didn't he also record this with Fleetwood Mac when he was in the band?
     
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  22. DeeCee5

    DeeCee5 Masshole and proud of it

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    Yes. The song was also on the Fleetwood Mac album Mystery to me (1973)
     
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco_Inferno

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  24. ChooChooCharlie

    ChooChooCharlie Hobo

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    Damn, @unsorted , flashback, after Dead shows in parking lot tripping balls, VW bus with speakers blaring disco, so incongruous, but so weird and frickin' right in the post show vibe.
     
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  25. CuckFumbustion

    CuckFumbustion Lo and Behold! The transformative power of Vapor.

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    Junior Murvin - Police and Thieves
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    Toots & the Maytals - Pressure Drop - 11/15/1975 - Winterland (Official)
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    Take Me Home Country Roads~Toots & The Maytals
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