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.
We get another Mike Millard master from JEMS, and it’s the Rolling Stones, October 22, 1989 in Los Angeles. A great capture of the reunited Rolling Stones on their Steel Wheels tour. I play 2000 Light Years from Home, Gimme Shelter, Miss You, and Tumbling Dice.
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
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.
This is an excellent recording of Stevie Nicks on her 12 date Bella Donna tour. She’s in Los Angeles, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on December 12, 1981. It’s great. She’s amazing as is her backing band.
This is a great short set by Thin Lizzy, opening for Kansas at the LA Forum on August 16, 1978. This is another JEMS release of a previously unreleased Mike Millard master tape. Insane sound quality of a great band on top of the world.
Thin Lizzy was touring in support of their Live and Dangerous album, although there is one song from their next album (at this point unreleased) Black Rose. I hope you enjoy it. You can download the entire Thin Lizzy set right here: https://mega.nz/folder/L99FmZ5S#w3T9pbbULM8OXmjCYwW9AA
1980 was a weird time for The Who. Keith Moon had died, Kenny Jones was the new drummer, they added John Rabbit Bundrick on keys, and they toured without an album to support.
Who Are You was two years old and Face Dances hadn’t been recorded yet, so The Who did a basic ‘Hits’ tour. On this night Pete was playing with a broken hand, but the show must go on, and it did. If you like to hear the whole show, in excellent quality, from Mike Millard’s master tape, you can download it here: https://mega.nz/folder/iwskmCba#NOcQt2LZi7ANE2TGG0oNhw