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The Rockets - Live Rockets, Needle Drop


Having mistakenly found and then downloaded The Rockets Live album, a vinyl rip@24bit 192khz 3GB flac file, no less, did I realize it was not The Rockets from Detroit, USA but some space rock band from France. Dang it.
So this got me to go ahead and rip my pristine Rockets Live L.P.

Perusing the interwebs, I saw a copy on eBay for sale at $75.00. Man, I'm gonna have to consider selling some of my stash.

Haven't heard this one in a while, and it's good ol' kick ass Rock'n Roll!
Here's a review I stole that says it all better than I can. Besides that, I'm just too fucking lazy and not articulate enough to say what this dude already said.

THE ROCKETS-LIVE ROCKETS: Detroit Rock City boasts an impressive rock & roll pedigree that includes ALICE COOPER, BOB SEGER, MC5, RARE EARTH, TED NUGENT and BROWNSVILLE STATION. LIVE ROCKETS is a slam-bang grab bag of boogie classics from that region's most underrated band, whose five album career has otherwise never been legitimized by a greatest hits compilation. DAVE GILBERT's raspy, "Saturday night out with the boys" screech, bolstered by ex DETROIT WHEELS legends JIM MCCARTY's careening axe salvos and JOHNNY "THE BEE" BADANJEK's solid stick-work, is augmented by guest sax blower CHUCK PERRAUT and a trio of soul-powered female backing vocalists. This is a made-loud-to-play-loud farewell party with sass to spare. Crash 'n burn BADENJEK originals like CAN'T SLEEP, TURN UP THE MUSIC and ROLLIN' BY THE RECORD MACHINE mix seamlessly with a suitably funky cover of LOU REED's slinky SALLY CAN'T DANCE and a ballbustin' version of bloozer PETER GREEN's classic OH WELL. As one of their better album titles suggested, there's NO BALLADS to get in the way of a good time. Brash, bloozey, and ballsy, once you give 'em a ride, LIVE ROCKETS is a hard platter indeed to take off your record machine.

Well, that just about covers all you need to know about this kick-butt album.

A1 Rollin' By The Record Machine 4:19
A2 Desire    3:55
A3 Can't Sleep 3:01
A4 Sally Can't Dance 3:46
A5 Takin' It Back 4:52
B1 Open The Door To Your Heart 3:47
B2 Oh Well 4:16
B3 Turn Up The Radio 6:32
B4 Born In Detroit 4:52

Get it in 24bit 48khz Flac [551mb] or MP3@320 [95mb]



The Black Angels on Austin City Limits [Season 43]


From my DVR to you we have the audio rip of The Black Angels on Austin City Limits [Season 43]
It's a short and sweet set aired on my local PBS station.

The Black Angels bring their signature sound of menacing fuzz guitar and cutting wordplay, steeped in a murky hallucinatory dream back to Austin City Limits for a second time performing songs from their powerful new record Death Song.

Since forming in Austin in 2004, The Black Angels have become standard-bearers for modern psych-rock, and the New York Times has said they “play psychedelic rock as if the 1960s never ended, and they are absolute masters of it.” The band’s 2010 breakthrough Phosphene Dream launched the Austin collective onto the world stage.

Death Song is the psych rock masters’ first full-length release in four years. NPR raves, “The Black Angels have delivered an enormous and frighteningly timely fifth album full of uniquely trippy anthems to oblivion.” Written and recorded in large part during the recent election cycle, the music serves as part protest, part emotional catharsis in a climate dominated by division, anxiety and unease. Classic Rock says Death Song “is their heaviest to date, a toxic draught of garage- rock and booming psychedelia that buzzes with echo and reverb,” while A.V. Club claims “confirms there’s no end to the kinds of hurt and frustration that can be channeled into its cathartic music.”


The Prodigal Sun
Half Believing
Comanche Moon aka Waterloo


The Black Angels
Alex Maas - vocals, keyboards, bass
Christian Bland - guitar, bass, vocals
Kyle Hunt - guitar, bass, keyboards
Stephanie Bailey - drums
Jake Garcia - guitar, bass

MP3@320, 64MB, 23 Minutes
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Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters - Austin City Limits 2016, Audio Rip


I ripped this from my DVR this morning. Dang fine rendition of "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" clocking in at over 10 minutes...Artwork and ACL info included. Enjoy!

Enjoy new classics and fan favorites from music icon Robert Plant. The British superstar sings classics from the catalogs of Led Zeppelin, the blues canon and his solo Americana albums.


Lemon Song
Black Dog
Turn It Up
In the Mood
Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
Little Maggie
I Just Want to Make Love to You/Whole Lotta Love


Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters
Robert Plant - vocals, tambourine, bendir
Justin Adams - guitar, bendir, tehardant
John Baggott - keyboards, Moog bass, piano, percussion
Juldeh Camara - kologo, ritti, vocals
Billy Fuller - bass, upright bass
Dave Smith - drums, percussion, bendir
Liam "Skin" Tyson - guitars, banjo

MP3@320, 50:55, 124MB
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Alejandro Escovedo – Austin City Limits [2016] Audio Rip


Short and sweet kick-ass set with guitarist Peter Buck (R.E.M.), bassist Scott McCaughey (R.E.M. The Minus 5), lead guitarist Kurt Bloch (the Fastbacks), drummer John Moen (The Decemberists) and singer Kelly Hogan (Neko Case)

Heartbeat Smile
Sunday Morning Feeling
Beauty and the Buzz
Suit of Lights
Thought I’d Let You Know

MP3@320, 27 Minutes


CYNDI LAUPER – Austin City Limits, Audio Rip [Air Date 01-15-2017]


Fresh off my DVR to you. Pics and Info included. Enjoy!
Funnel of Love
She Bop
I Drove All Night
End of the World
Cowboy Sweetheart
Money Changes Everything
Misty Blue
Time After Time
Girls Just Want to Have Fun
True Colors

CATERWAUL - The Nature Of Things, 1987 [Needle Drop]


I put in a request a few weeks ago for this album at Willard's. No one it seems has it to share, so I purchased it and ripped it today.
 Seems to be fairly obscure. Think of Romeo Void meets The Cult. That's my take anyway. Betsy Martin on vocals seems to have quite the following on the web. Fine, so called 'Alternative Rock' from the 80's. 

A1 A Flower And A Stone     4:04
A2 Yonder, A Honey Sky     3:01
A3 Moth To Rust     3:46
A4 Cinnamon Color Of My Heart     3:24
A5 Tickled Whale     3:22
B1 Way Beyond     4:35
B2 Hence The Hangover     4:07
B3 Butter And Eggs     3:45
B4 Maeven     4:57
B5 Diminutive Do Se Do     3:16

    Bass – Fred Cross
    Drums – Kevin Pinnt
    Engineer – Joe Carrao
    Guitar, Mandolin – Mark Schafer
    Producer – Caterwaul

    Vocals, Mandolin – Betsy Martin

 3 more vinyl rips can be found at downunderground's blog. Highly recommended. Enjoy!

MP3@320, 37:50, 87MB
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George Thorogood Live At The Cellar Door 07-27-78 WHFS Re-Broadcast


I received an eMail requesting this fine recording be upgraded to FLAC.
Recorded by me, from WHFS 102.3 FM Bethesda MD, on a TDK AD-C120 cassette tape using my trusty Pioneer 3 head CT-F1000 Cassette Deck and Pioneer SX-980 receiver. Go HERE to the original post and search the comments for 3 new FLAC links (Zippy).

UPDATE 07-29-2016

New FLAC Links:
ftuvpio contacted me for FLAC files. I sent them to him and he fixed the various errors and incorrect tracking. Added some info and updated the artwork. Enjoy.

THE JAYHAWKS - Live From The Women’s Club Vol. 1 & 2


These CD's, according to the Jayhawks website, were only available at shows and trading amongst fans. I was fortunate enough to acquire them at various shows. Live From The Women’s Club  2002 1. I’m Gonna Make You Love Me 2. Nothing Left To Borrow 3. Drivin’ Wheel 4. Crowded In The Wings 5. Say You’ll Be Mine 6. Save It For A Rainy Day 7. Two Hearts 8. Smile 9. Trouble 10. Bottomless Cup 11. Tailspin 12. I’d Run Away 13. Break In The Clouds 14. Blue 15. Waiting For The Sun 16. Sound Of Lies 17. Sister Cry – Bonus Tracks – Demos from Smile Album 18. Desperate Serenade 19. Someone Will Official bootleg recording of the 04/26/02 Women’s Club acoustic show in Minneapolis, MN. Show is edited and the CD has 2 bonus demo tracks recorded sometime in 1998 for Smile.MP3@320 From The Women’s Club Volume 2  20051.One Man’s Problem 2. What Led Me To This Town 3. The Man Who Loved Life 4. Tampa To Tulsa 5. Somewhere In Ohio 6. Settled Down Like Rain 7. Angelyne 8. Jennifer Save Me 9. Clouds 10. All The Right Reasons 11. Reason To Believe – Bonus Tracks – 12. Gypsy In The Mood 13. Okhee’s Theme 14. Save Me From Myself 15. Boston Maid Second volume of selections from the 04/26/02 Women’s Club acoustic show in Minneapolis, MN. Tracks 12-13 are Smile outtakes recorded at Flowers Studio, Track 14 is a Rainy Day Music demo recorded at Flowers Studio and Track 15 is a demo recorded at The Jayhawks practice space.MP3@320 [...]

ROBERT PALMER - BBC Rock Hour - #439 -Hammersmith Palais


This is a vinyl rip from my BBC Rock Hour LP. Broadcast Week, Sept 25 1983.
Every kind of People, What Can You Bring Me, Dance For Me, You Can Have It (Take My Heart), Woke Up Laughing, Say you Will, Sneakin' Sally Through The Alley, Pride, Sulky Girl, You Are in My System

82MB, 48:32
New Link (M4A, AAC)

January 23, 2016 - 18:58 | Permalink Bryan Ferry – New Town, Bryan Ferry In Europe [DVD Audio Rip] 2 Hour [re-post]


Bryan Ferry – New Town, Bryan Ferry In Europe [DVD Audio Rip] 2 Hours @320
At long last, with nothing to do during the Blizzard of ’16, I got around to re-posting this great Bryan Ferry DVD. Originally released as ‘New Town’ on VHS in 1989, this classic live concert is taken from various performances filmed during the ‘Bete Noire’ European Tour Of 1988 and 1989. Enjoy!

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Super Contributer Jim Gives us a Christmas Present!


Camarillo,This has been fun but here is my last tape from the ‘HFS-102.3 days.  I know versions of this have been posted before.  In fact, I’d be interested if you would repost your last 3 hours tape.  To give it a bit of a twist, I’m including some of the newspaper clippings showing the announced sale of 102.3 to the Outlet Company and the speculation that HFS would re-surface on AM 1390.  Thankfully, that didn’t happen and the long run on 99.1 did happen, although for most of the fans of the old 102.3, the 99.1 years were a slow fade to irrelevance.Jim  Last Hours of 102.3Here is my last tape of WHFS-102.3 FM Bethesda, MD.  Fittingly it is the last 90 minutes or so of the final sign off on July 14, 1983.  The announcement of WHFS’ sale to the Outlet Company (as shown in The Washington Post story from December 31, 1982), got hundreds of tape recorders busy in the 6 ½ months to follow.  There were many references to ‘The Other Side’ which was intended to be 1390AM.  Interestingly that stirred resistance from another generation, as 1390 was playing a Big Band format at the time.  As we know, that move never happened and the other side ended up being a move across the river to Annapolis and 99.1 FM.  Milo spinning tunes on 102.3 for the last timeWHFS July 14 1983 - Part 1.mp3 by the group sign off and the first verse of the Velvet Underground’s ‘After Hours’ … and the tape fades out…WHFS July 14 1983 - Part 2.mp3[...]

Jim shared another 'HFS tape with DJ Jim Dunbar


Saturday Morning, May 14, 1983 – Jim Dunbar
Kind of a strange mix here.  An early Saturday morning --too early it seems-- set from Jim Dunbar which features: Siouxsee and the Banshees (Switch), The Minutemen (East Wind- Faith), MX80 Sound (More Than Good), Depeche Mode (an alternate mix of Get the Balance Right), Simple Minds (Premonition), Roxy Music (Just Another High), Dream Syndicate (That’s What You Always Say)…and just after Jim introduces the ‘News Blimp Goes to Hell’… the tape switches to something slightly noisy (was this taped off an AM station?), unintelligible at first…, until you realize it’s about 10 minutes of an episode of the National Lampoon Radio Hour which features a parody of AM Talk Radio in the 70’s among other things.  No commercials, but around the 37 minute mark you get a sampling up and down the DC rock/pop radio dial. Then back to the National Lampoon which starts fading out at the end of the tape.

Many thanks once again Jim!

Jim shares yet another 'HFS tape. Friday, March 27, 1981


Here’s my oldest ‘HFS tape so far.  It starts on Friday, March 27, 1981 and finishes up few days after that since there’s a duplicate song; and you would NEVER hear the same song twice on ‘HFS in the same day never mind within the same hour. 
Side 1: The Boomtown Rats, The DB’s, Ultravox, Echo and the Bunnymen, Urban Verbs, Graham Parker (twice), The Police and The Stranglers(?).  I believe this was from Milo’s show but I didn’t keep the back announcing. 
Side 2: This definitely starts with Milo, likely a day or so later: Martha and the Muffins, The Vapors, Graham Parker (“Don’t Get Excited”- a repeat from Side 1), New Order.
Switching over to David, probably a few days later: The Fleshtones, ?, The Monks, John Cale (“Strange Times in Casablanca”—what a dark song), Talking Heads, and The Pretenders.
Enjoy it.  I’ve only got a few more of these 102.3 tapes left to share.

Looks awesome Jim!!! Thanks again for sharing, as always.

WHFS 102.3FM MILO Then KIM JULY 1981 Shared by super contributor Jim


Here’s a 45 minute tape from July 1981. This is one of my earliest ‘HFS tapes and although the sound quality is good, it’s not put together as cleanly as my later tapes.  No matter, it is still worth a listen.  It begins with tunes from Milo and shifts somewhere in the middle to Kim.  I didn’t catch most of the back announcing on this so had to remember, guess, or look up the artists as best I could.
Milo then Kim
Talking Heads, T. Bone Burnett, Grace Jones, Human Sexual Response (“Jackie Onassis”), The Waitresses, ??? (Marianne), Holly & the Italians, Let’s Active (early version of ‘Blue Line’), ???, 999, Blue Orchids, Medium Medium, and ends as it began with the Talking Heads

Jim posts up a Classic 'HFS Tape From 1982!


This looks totally awesome! Camarillo,  This tape is worth the wait from my last post.  Taped over three or four days during March and April 1982, this one has sets hosted by Sarah, Milo, and a classic Dave Edmunds and NRBQ fueled Weasel segment.  Really Good Stuff.  As always, if anyone can fill in the blanks on the ‘?’ bands, please leave a comment.  Jim  Side 1- Sarah then Milo  Sarah: Pylon, Delta 5, Altered Images, Jonathon Richman and the Modern Lovers, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Bush Tetras.Milo: The Waitresses, Swingin’ Madisons, The Heartbreakers, The Ramones, X, Patti Smith Group, The Animals  01 WHFS- Sarah & Milo- March 1982.mp3  Side 2- Milo then Weasel  Milo: Richard and Linda Thompson, XTC, Simple Minds, The Teardrop Explodes, The Specials (Milo’s Theme).Weasel: Talking Heads, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Nervous Eaters, NRBQ, Dave Edmunds, ?, Dave Edmunds (again), NRBQ (again), Bonnie Raitt  02 WHFS - Milo & Weasel- April 1982.mp3[...]

WHFS 102.3 Sarah, Shared by super awesome contributer Jim!


Camarillo,  Back to the WHFS music!  Here is over 90 minutes of tunes from two shows hosted by Sarah.   The first is from May 1982 which is synthesizer heavy and includes Love Tractor, OMD, Dr. ?, Ultravox, Telex, Kraftwerk with the classic ‘Numbers’, Tangerine Dream, Soft Cell, Human League, Men Without Hats, and ?.  01 1982_05 - WHFS - Sarah.mp3    Side 2 is from New Year’s Day, Saturday, January 1, 1983 and starts with the Tom Robinson Band, followed by: Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Lords of the New Church with Stiv Bators on lead, Icehouse, ABC, Peter Hammill, Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, and Grace Jones.  02 1983_01 - WHFS - Sarah - Track 2.mp3    Jim[...]

More Daily Feed from Jim


Camarillo, Here’s three more Daily Feed tapes for your binge listening pleasure, or if you are tired of Max, Frank, and the lead in music, take heart that this exhausts my inventory.  These cover the final years of the George H. W. Bush  presidency and the first of the Bill Clinton years.    Daily Feed 1991-1992-1993.jpg Link:  1991 Newsreel:  The Domestic Issue  01 The Daily Feed - 1991 Newsreel - Side 1.mp3 Link: The Daily Feed - 1991 Newsreel - Side 2.mp3 Link: Feed cover 1991.jpg Link:  1992 Newsreel: Trickle to a Halt  01 The Daily Feed - 1992 Newsreel - Side 1.mp3 Link:  01 The Daily Feed - 1992 Newsreel - Side 2.mp3 Link:  Daily Feed cover 1992.jpg Link:  1993 Newsreel:  Your Fine  01 The Daily Feed - 1993 Newsreel - Side 1.mp3 Link: The Daily Feed - 1993 Newsreel - Side 2.mp3 Link:  Daily Feed cover 1993.jpg Link:[...]

1990 Daily Feed Newsreel shared by Jim


Here’s the
1990 Daily Feed Newsreel called: This S&L Aberrant
01 The Daily Feed - 1990 Newsreel - Side 1.mp3
02 The Daily Feed - 1990 Newsreel - Side 2.mp3

The Daily Feed “A Capital Decade” or a “A Capital Decayed”


Jim once again has found more buried treasure! Ultra rare for sure! Politically incorrect for sure!

Here’s another element of the HFS experience.  The Daily Feed.  Frank, Max, and Peter Markham satirize the political news of the day in this compilation titled “A Capital Decade” or a “A Capital Decayed” as it is typed on Side B.  Coming up next,  another totally unslanted opinion from yet another editor of the Daily Feed…
01 The Daily Feed - 1989 Newsreel - Side A.mp3
02 The Daily Feed - 1989 Newsreel - Side B.mp3
Cassette Cover

WHFS 102.3 MILO OCTOBER 30 1981, Shared by Jim


My new main man Jim has sent us yet another fine tape of 'HFS tunes from October of 1981...below is the text from his email: Camarillo,  Here’s a short tape that I missed when I shared two David in October 81 tapes last month. It’s just over 60 minutes from Friday, October 30, 1981, hosted by Milo.  The music moves from then current New Wave acts back a few years to the Punk scene from the late 70’s.  Side A: Martha and the Muffins, The Stranglers, Psychedelic Furs, The Cure, The Police, Bebop Deluxe, Tom Robinson Band Side B: Soft Cell, Thomas Leer, Lene Lovich, The Young Professionals, Dead Kennedys, The Buzzcocks, ?, Sparks  I also found this in the archives where I wrote down the WHFS lineup in August 1981:Jim, all good stuff! Thanks as always for sharing! [...]

WHFS 12-23-1983 Weasel Xmas Show No. 1


I posted a Weasel Christmas show a while back. That is apparently part 2. This is part one. So that makes 6 hours of Christmas music for all of you that like that sorta thing. 
 This is the last tape from the last batch of 14 that Robbie sent in to share. It's been fun and what a great listen! Robbie's Takoma Park buddy really did a nice job taping these!
2x45 minute MP3@320

WHFS DJ Edmond May 25 1985


Wow, this is one smokin' hot set from DJ Edmond. He really KICKS it on this Saturday Night in late May of 1985!
Thanks again Robbie!

Foreign_Listener_K Shares WHFS Tapes From The 90's


These are the tapes from the 2nd DVD Foreign_Listener_K sent in for me to share. Each file is about 45 minutes, MP3@320WHFS_1990_janet WHFS_1990a_janet_mike WHFS_1990b_janet_mike WHFS_1991_mark WHFS_1991a_mark WHFS_1991b_mark  Thanks again Foreign_Listener_K![...]

WHFS Multiple Post from?


It's a little embarrassing that I deleted the email from the guy that mailed these WHFS shows to me.
Hopefully he will contact me again so I can thank him. And the two bags of gummy candy he sent along with the DVDs. They came from overseas that's all I know.
I haven't listened to them yet, just want to get them out there.







WHFS 102.3 Dec and Jan 1982-83 Tapes share By Jim


Hello Again,Here’s an interesting mix of HFS music. It starts on December 31, 1982 with a few tunes from Adele, then drops in on Weasel for a Party Weekend, then to Milo in mid-January ’83 for the rest of the tape. Enjoy it.JimSide A- December ’82 – Romeo Void, Roxy Music, D.A.F, ?, The Original Placebo, Bill Haley and the Comets, Chuck Berry, Chubby Checker!, the Doors, … interrupted with a quick drop in from Weasel with Joe King Carrasco and Party Weekend, then a switch to Milo, with the Bush Tetras, Tom Tom Club, and the Clash…Side B- January ’83 --  …the Clash, REM, X, Shakin’ Pyramids, Gun Club, Soft Boys, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, Grauzone (?), Lene Lovich, ESG, The Suburbs, and the Joy Division.01 WHFS - December 1982 02 WHFS - January 14 1983 Can't thank Jim enough for sharing his old WHFS tapes...what a treat!!!! [...]