This is a rare reunion show from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in a benefit for their drummer Dallas Taylor, on 3/31/90 in Pasadena, Ca. It’s a mostly acoustic show with all the hits and everyone is in great voice. A Mike Millard Master. You can download this complete show right here: https://mega.nz/folder/XxshnI5I#KWnGlhMGfkGdtb3crNmOqg
Club Rust Copenhagen 4/3/90 – The Heart of Markness Classic Rock Podcast
We listen to Camper Van Beethoven touring in support of one of my favorite albums, Key Lime Pie. Club Rust, Copenhagen 4/3/90. We hear All Her Favorite Fruit, Eye of Fatima, I Was Born In A Laundromat, and Waka. Great band. Great show. Great songs.
This is a very high energy fun show from Robert Plant supporting his Manic Nirvana album. He’s in great voice and his band is on top of their game. I play Nirvana, Wearing and Tearing, Hurting Kind, and Little by Little.
Quarantine Bonus Episode – Mike Millard Master Recording
Here’s an amazing sounding Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers show from March 3, 1990, in Costa Mesa, California. It’s another recently released Mike Millard master tape. Incredible sounding. If you would like to download the entire show, here you go: https://mega.nz/folder/GodmUQqB#9JzhlIHA6uGS8eR643eY2g
On August 20, 1990 Aerosmith played a gig at the legendary Marquee Club, two days after headlining the Castle Donnington Festival. This intimate performance, in a small club in front of hundreds of people, features Jimmy Page jamming with the band. Good Stuff.
We listen to three songs from this performance, I Ain’t Got You (blues jam), Think About It (Jimmy era Yardbirds tune), and Immigrant Song, in excellent soundboard stereo. Fun fact: Steven Tyler did not know the words to Immigrant Song.
There’s a a nice video of this gig featuring most (there are cuts) of the show (with Jimmy Page), as well as a nice video of the rehearsal too. Behold!