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Posts posted by SpookyE

  1. ^^^Ah yes, but if there was no argument there'd be no need for this Forum. ;)

    nick2632, follow Sue's list...it's spot on. Except she neglected to include some fine Australian 1972 shows...February 19, 1972 Adelaide and February 27, 1972 Sydney.

    Also, I realize my 'bootleg ears' may be more tolerant than most, but I really dig the November 24, 1971 Manchester UK show.

    As stated above. "bootleg ears" might be needed. I remember when I first began listening to certain bootlegs it sounded almost incoherent(that might be an exaggeration) but after a certain period my ears adjusted and I was able to notice the details. Heck one of my favorite gigs 1970/09/19 Evening show isa pretty good audience recording and I prefer it to some soundboards of the period.

  2. Thanks for the contribution DAS.

    Would you have any other recommendations of blues virtuosos from this period Strider?

    I already checked out that album that Clapton did with the bluesbreakers and I enjoyed that.

  3. So I was listening(for the 1st time mind you) to the debut album of The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and I was really liking Mike Bloomfield's playing. So my question is if anyone has any recommendations for anything I should hear from Bloomfield?

  4. Well after having more time on my hands, I have listened to empire pool and Brussels. I was In Rock n Roll bliss :bubble:

    Empire pool had a spectacular version of You Can't Always Get What You Want.

    Strider I agree with Nutrocker in that I'd like to hear more of this experience if possible....

  5. Thanks for the reply Strider! I was beginning to think that no one was a stones fan here or I posted this in the wrong section haha.

    As for the Brussels show, I have heard some people arguing to get the boot rather than the actual release. What is your take on it?

  6. So I discovered this show a few weeks ago, and my 1st reaction was "HOLY CRAP ANOTHER SHOW FROM 69!"

    I haven't seen anybody talk about it around here....or maybe people have and I just missed it. Has anyone heard this one? My favorite part of the show was during HMMT because it included Whole Lotta Love! :hurrah:

    and here I am hoping that more shows surface from the early period....and hopefully a show from the New Yardbirds era :smiley_pray:

  7. Well guys due to me not having internet connection for a long time I was unable to interact with you all. First of all, how are you all doing? Hopefully your love all things Blimp related still burns strong as mines!! I just wanted to know if I missed anything....have any new shows/sources surfaced?

  8. Thanks for the contribution, LiveWire, and the other recent posters.

    Just a little note: "Blueberry Hill" was played at leaat twice on the 1970 tour...on Sept. 4 and Sept. 19(evening show). There may be other renditions from that year that we don't know about because of a lack of recorded documentation.

    I believe the song was also played on 2nd in Oakland

  9. I don't believe you. That would'nt/couldn't happen.....Started it again, Bollox. Your post stinks of an untruth.

    It is true! The volume was so low that I could hear the guy next to me speak to his wife. Everyone was furious because after constant yelling to turn up the volume, they still could not get it to work they even paused a few times during the film. It wasn't until people began to leave their seats and walking into the other room where the movie was also being shown, that the theater staff actually began to acknowledge our cries!
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