Achtung Baby was U2’s high water mark and what an album it was! JEMS has released another Mike Millard master recording, and it’s April 12, 1992 at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. It’s a great show from a great band promoting a great album. You can’t go wrong.
This is an excellent audience recording of Lou Reed touring in support of his New York album (one of the best albums of his career, and of the 80’s in general), at the Olympia Theater in Paris, June 23, 1989. He plays New York almost in its entirety, and the plays a bunch of songs from his whole career. It’s great.
This is a very mellow, Grateful Dead/Allman Brothers-esque jam From February 8. 1970 at the Boston Tea Party. Jim Gordon from Derek and the Dominos plays drums. The connection between Peter Green (rest in peace) and Eric Clapton borders on telepathic. It’s uncanny.
Although not really big in the States, Suzy Quatro has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, mostly in the UK and Australia. JEMS has released another Mike Millard master recording, this time of Suzy Quatro opening for Alice Cooper at the LA Forum on June 17, 1975. You can download the entire set right here: https://mega.nz/folder/e88j3ITQ#mqBzv_6W7LnajdUYyAzt9w
Bonus Episode – September 7, 1975 Mike Millard Master
Another Mike Millard master tape has been released by JEMS. Black Sabbath, Long Beach 9/7/75 is a heavy af show in support of the Sabotage album. Great stuff. Very guitar heavy mix. You’ll dig it. If you would like to hear the whole show you can do so here: https://mega.nz/folder/j1sThZDB#3aNuNE3Fc5X-sHtX7EGouw
By special request from a long time listener, and Patron, this episode features Led Zeppelin’s first of six nights at Madison Square Garden, NYC. June 7, 1977 is what Mimo wanted to hear and I can see why. It’s a powerhouse show and we hear it from a bass heavy (in a good way) soundboard recording.
Bonus Quarantine Episode – Rush London 1983 I had a request to do a Rush show from the Signals Tour. I decided on May 21, 1983 The band is playing insanely well, and the crowd is enthusiastic. If you love Rush you will love this.
This is one of the best live recordings out there. Mike Millard’s Led Zeppelin 3/11/75 is just superb. The performances are great and the audience recording sounds professional. Here the boys at their indulgent best. Dazed and Confused is played as well as the funky Whole Lotta Love/Crunge, a primal Kashmir, and a sublime Over The Hills And Far Away. Great stuff.