TAB: Denver Downloads

3.1.2011 Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

FLAC Torrent (via etree), Mp3 Torrent, Megaupload < Links

2.25.11 (M.Stein)

I: Farmhouse, Wolfman’s Brother, When the Circus Comes, Timber Ho, Theme From the Bottom, Tube, Gumbo, The Wedge, Joy, Backwards Down the Number Line, Strange Design, Lawn Boy, Let Me Lie*, Heavy Things**, Liquid Time**, Gotta Jibboo^

II: Night Speaks to a Woman, Acting the Devil, Ooh Child, Ocelot, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Clint Eastwood, Last Tube, Alaska, The Devil Went Down to Georgia, Plasma, Tuesday, First Tube

E: Words to Wanda, Magilla, Sultans of Swing

* w/ Jen and Natalie, w/ full band, acoustic, ^w/ full band electric

Source: Beyerdynamic MC930 > Naiant Tinybox > Sony M10 (@24/48)

Gotta Jibboo

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Plasma

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****

3.2.2011 Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

FLAC Torrent (via etree), Mp3 Torrent, Megaupload < Links

2.26.11 (M.Stein)

I: Sample in a Jar, Mountains in the Mist, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, My Friend, My Friend, Runaway Jim, Carini, Wilson, Shine a Light, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan**, Hey Ya!^, Push On ‘Til the Day^^

II: Cayman Review, I Done Done It, Valentine, Money, Love and Change, Drifting, Small Axe, Burn That Bridge, Mozambique, Simple Twist Up Dave, Windora Bug, Goodbye Head, Sand, Show of Life

E: The Birdwatcher, Black Dog

*w/ Jen and Natalie, ** w/ Jen, Natalie, and Russ, ^w/ whole band, acoustic, ^^w/ whole band electric

Source: fob/dfc: Milab VM44-link > Lunatec V3 (24/44.1k) > Sony D50

Money, Love and Change

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Simple Twist Up Dave

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558 Responses to “TAB: Denver Downloads”

  1. Guyute711 Says:

    Alec Baldwin loves Wegmans

  2. kayatosh Says:

    I’m thrilled for you, jtran. tosh and roots reggae is powerful stuff. the best music on earth as far as i am concerned and i feel there is so much I haven’t been hipped to yet. type peter tosh into pandora and you will be off to a brilliant start on your exploration of the roots.

    tosh’s albums have that trippiness production factor you don’t hear in the work of his better known mate. and as gdad said, the quality of his voice is unparalleled.

    speaking of great voices, have always dug barrington levy, dennis brown, jacob miller, albert griffiths (gladiators), and gregory isaacs to name a few.

  3. Guyute711 Says:

    I heard Camden’s aggravated assault crimes with a weapon is up over 200% since the police layoffs.

  4. nonoyolker Says:

    JTran – Tosh, Live and Dangerous – Boston ’76 is my jump off. That album is slick shit. Peep that when you get a chance

    Me no like no PT. Bunch of goddamn savages over there. BB/GB different halves of the same equation, or something like that…

    RIP to BK’s finest. Spark an L and remember the legend.

  5. KfL Says:

    from the long shot department: can anyone out there seed this japan 2000 mega torrent?

  6. Jtran Says:

    @kaya

    Good call re: Pandora. Tomorrow’s work tunes for sure.

    I started spinning all this stuff more heavily than I had this past week because of the death of a friend (which I posted about this weekend), so it’s all coming together in a pretty spiritual way, which is pretty cool.

  7. albert walker Says:

    U-Roy – The Sevens Gold 1985

    http://www.mediafire.com/?b9u2o6u0mmm4yct

    Nicodemus, Brimstone and Fire, Bobby Culture, Louis Rankin – Tidal Wave 1983

    http://www.mediafire.com/?4by12wii8bycsun

  8. albert walker Says:

    Charlie Chaplin – Free Africa 1987

    http://www.mediafire.com/?1586znhl83l2b4l

  9. Gavinsdad Says:

    Ok humor me here those of you that have met Willowed. Dude is Hank Stram, coach of the late 60s/early 70s KC Chiefs, no?

  10. bhizzle Says:

    Whenever I hear Jacob Miller I think of my brother and the time he played Suzie Wong for me….ahhhhh good times…

    I have to find an excuse to get to Camden

  11. albert walker Says:

    I’d also start with the classics from Burning Spear, Israel Vibration, and Culture. Those were the 3 roots vocal roots I first got into when I learned Bob was just the beginning of the dopest, deepest genre ever.

  12. uncle ebeneezer Says:

    @ aj/aw, the shop is killer, went with my slf on saturday and liked it so much we forgot about going over on parking…decent selection and the price is usually right…some nice finds (waiting for columbus, led zep II, mclemore avenue, wyclef’s carnival with my favorite version of guantanamera).

    best thing about the place is that when you spend $10 in the store, they allow you to pass through a door next to the register the opens into a mini arcade with no less than 30 machines from the 70s and 80s. Pumped all your quarters in the meter on the curb? No worries, brah…all the machines are set to free and you can play all day unless someone takes it from you. boom

  13. Mr.Miner Says:

    wisdom teeth are nothing…did i read about that today…

    got all 4 taken out at once and was at a trance party the next night (with gauze in)

    guess it can go one way or the other…

  14. kayatosh Says:

    nice choices, aw. spear makes me cry, his voice is so spiritual. add the gladiators and wailing souls to the list.

  15. Spasm Waiter Says:

    Sorry if this is a repost of Relix article on a Musicologists read on Phish. It is pretty interesting. Heuses some great terminology that we could cherry pick.

    http://www.relix.com/features/2011/03/09/sopabox-a-musicologist-geeks-out-with-phish

  16. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    yo anyone know what’s going on for transportation for BTB fest????? if there is sober transports, i will be there

  17. Selector J Says:

    Perfect timing on the reggae talk. You guys know I ususally come to the BB around 3pm everyday, or what?

    @Jtran & all the Tosh lovers
    Check out “Talking Revolution” released by Pressure Sounds. It’s 2-disc. 1st disc is a live show from JA in ’78* and the 2nd disc is an all solo acoustic set he did on the radio. Disc one is good but d2 is the heat. Great stuff.

    *One Love Peace concert— the same show where later Marley famously brought Manley and Seaga onstage to join hands. Click that orange text, if you don’t know the story. Marley’s finest moment. The sets by Tosh and Marley that night are perfect contrasts of their styles. Tosh takes time out between songs to mercilessly rail against the powers that be while Marley tries to transcend and unify.

  18. angryjoggerz Says:

    Miner, I am sorry to hear about your trance party. That must have been really painful. (jokes)

  19. Spasm Waiter Says:

    “Pungent harmonies, rhapsodic formal structures, musical allusions, contrapuntal passages, and so on.

  20. kayatosh Says:

    jah guide – by p. tosh dope track.

  21. albert walker Says:

    I wrote a senior thesis on the differences between Marley and Tosh’s take on music and Rastafarianism in college. That concert experience was def one of the main point

    Such a great representation of their two different voices

  22. Gavinsdad Says:

    Must 2nd AW. Spear, Culture and Israel Vibration were all part of a 1989 that opened my head way up and solidified my love of JA music more than ever. My transfer to Colo St that Fall had more to do with singers and players than curriculum.

  23. angryjoggerz Says:

    Did you dig the Nicodemus mix, GD?

  24. Guyute711 Says:

    Selector J in the morning tomorrow, Cuse in the afternoon. Go Orange!!

  25. DaNcInG fOoL Says:

    wisdom teeth removal was the worst, the WORST

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