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A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 07 Mar 2024, 15:27

Inspired by frimley_greener's thread on Caravan (which I'd hijacked with other stuff). There's plenty of interesting stuff around on Youtube

This made my day, today: AI-coloured live material from the Essener Pop und Blues Blues Festival, Germany, October 1969, featuring Taste, The Nice, Pink Floyd, Keef Hartley, Warm Dust, Deep Purple, Aynsley Dunbar.... and short bits of Free and Fleetwood Mac!

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 07 Mar 2024, 15:48

Which led me to this, Renaissance Mk 1



I've always loved the debut to bits and just found out that Repertoire Records have released this warts and all 4CD + 1DVD collection (I'm seriously tempted)
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Walk In My Shadow » 08 Mar 2024, 10:19

Rockpalast!!!

Stayed up nights for some of these shows.

Mitch Ryder (totally wasted), Frankie Miller (same) with Rory Gallagher
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 08 Mar 2024, 10:48

Mitch Ryder had a great band... but his vocals were a bit wobbly


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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

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Frankie Miller I had missed at the time, but you're right, he's not sober either.
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Swiftie » 08 Mar 2024, 11:07

Excellent stuff Felix!

Rockpalast, like Beat Club, had some great footage.

Try this:



I love this track

I saw Rob on this tour, with other BCBers - it was splendid!




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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 08 Mar 2024, 15:31

... but not a beard in sight!!

here's some real vintage EBB:

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 15 Mar 2024, 16:10

Only a few live snippets in this TV feature, sadly, but here's your chance to see and hear Ian Gillan yodel!! (at 3:10) :lol:

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby frimley_greener » 18 Mar 2024, 06:36

https://youtu.be/3vu_hiGOrRI?si=FBmzup7GukrwxB5-

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 18 Mar 2024, 06:52

frimley_greener wrote:https://youtu.be/3vu_hiGOrRI?si=FBmzup7GukrwxB5-

"Mona"...Quicksilver Messenger Service"......Magnificent....



Wonderful... and the sound is as terrific as the weather.
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 20 Apr 2024, 20:10

After a long hiatus, vintage Rockpalast is back!!

Sly & the Family Stone in 1970!!

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby frimley_greener » 22 Apr 2024, 15:01

https://www.tiktok.com/@glastoarchive/v ... 2924561669

Terry Reid....Glastonbury Fayre 1971.....with David Lindly and a very young Ms Linda Lewis..
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

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frimley_greener wrote:https://www.tiktok.com/@glastoarchive/video/7198044822924561669

Terry Reid....Glastonbury Fayre 1971.....with David Lindly and a very young Ms Linda Lewis..


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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Swiftie » 22 Apr 2024, 17:18

Neige wrote:... but not a beard in sight!!

here's some real vintage EBB:



Nice!

I used to go to those Chalk Farm Roundhouse afternoon/evening shows.

The last one I went to (circa 1975) included Man, Groundhogs and Hawkwind. We went in my brothers Mini and he got it broken into and his cassettes nicked!






This is very nice - from the A tour which was excellent.

[I saw them at the Royal Albert Hall when Eddie Dobson impromptuly (?) leapt up to the venue's massive organ and started playing]

Essential viewing: Black Sunday, Heavy Horses, Aqualung and Locomotive Breath
Jobson adds a new dimension on Aqualung with his violin!

Nice to see the giant balloons at the end

Excellent sound and vision



I think Black Sunday was included on the 'Slipstream' mini-film





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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Swiftie » 22 Apr 2024, 17:27

Neige wrote:


I've just noticed Jesus - far right in the front of audience - with his tambourine

Aka William Jellett - famous for turning up at all gigs, with his tambourine, and sometimes playing it naked


I must have bumped into him tons/tonnes of times!

Read about him here:

https://www.nme.com/news/music/famous-n ... d-2853861#

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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Neige » 22 Apr 2024, 19:12

Swiftie wrote:





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I really enjoyed that, great sound and the band smokes!
I love Jobson's piano bits in Black Sunday, and Peggy plays a mean bass in Aqualung!

The Slipstream film and the complete audio of that 1980 concert in L.A. were included in the recent "A" anniversary set.
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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Swiftie » 22 Apr 2024, 21:12

Neige wrote:
Swiftie wrote:





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I really enjoyed that, great sound and the band smokes!
I love Jobson's piano bits in Black Sunday, and Peggy plays a mean bass in Aqualung!

The Slipstream film and the complete audio of that 1980 concert in L.A. were included in the recent "A" anniversary set.


Yes Peggy is an excellent bass and mandolin player

His contribution stood out in the above clip

Robust stuff?

I think so



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Re: A thread for live footage from yesteryear

Postby Swiftie » Yesterday, 11:58

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I saw Edgar with his brother Johnny live once - excellent musicians





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