Repost Bonanza: Yo La Tengo & Alex Chilton – Hoboken, NJ (12/08/07)

 

Yo La Tengo with Alex Chilton
December 8, 2007
(Hanukkah, night 5)
Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source 1: SBD>iRiver h140
Source 2: Nakamichi cm300’s>iRiver h120

Disc One:

01 Barnaby, Hardly Working
02 Shaker
03 Stockholm Syndrome
04 Tears Are In Your Eyes
05 Season of the Shark
06 Don’t Say A Word (Hot Chicken #2)
07 Song For Mahlia
08 talking “we thought we had enough power for eight nights”
09 The River of Water (with Dave Rick of Dew-Claw/ex-YLT on guitar)
10 talking
11 Sometime In The Morning (Carole King/Gerry Goffin) (with DR and Stephen Hunking on vocals/guitar)
12 talking
13 E.T.I. (Blue Oyster Cult) (with DR and SH)

Disc Two:

01 Mr. Tough
02 Big Day Coming
03 Watch Out For Me, Ronnie
04 The Story of Yo La Tango
05 encore break – talking
*(encore)* with Alex Chilton on guitar and vocals
06 I’ve Had It (The Bell-Notes)
07 The Oogum Boogum Song (Brenton Wood)
08 Let Me Get Close To You (Carole King/Gerry Goffin)
09 Femme Fatale (Velvet Underground)
10 Baby Strange (T-Rex)
11 Hey Little Child (Alex Chilton)
12 Government Center (Modern Lovers)

Thanks to Yo La Tengo, soundguy Mark Luecke, the great folks at Maxwell’s, and thir13en!

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Repost Bonanza: Alex Chilton – Rotterdam, The Netherlands (10/12/85)

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Alex Chilton
Pandora’s Music Box Festival
De Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
October 12, 1985

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. DJ intro (0:18)
2. Tee Ni Nee Ni Noo / Tip On In (5:18)
3. The Letter (2:40)
4. Save Your Love For Me (Buddy Johnson; also performed by Bobby Bland, Etta Jones, and many others) (5:40)
5. Rock Hard (2:50)
6. Bangkok (3:30)
7. Honkin’ Down The Highway (The Beach Boys) (cut short due to timelimits of the broadcast) (1:46)
8. DJ outro (0:22)

Total running time: 22 minutes and 24 seconds.

Taken from the Dutch VARA “Poppodium” FM radio broadcast, March 10, 1992.

Source and lineage (taped and transferred by Magnix): FM > Tape > WAV > FLAC level 8.

Used software: CDWave v1.94.5 > Cool Edit Pro v2.00 > CDWave v1.94.5 > FLAC v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).

Another tape from the Magnix Live Archive.

Disclaimer from Magnix.
Please note that this is a real FM capture, no cable, but straight from the airwaves. Also, this comes from a tape that was almost 16 years old at the time of transferring. This means that some FM and/or tape anomalies or degeneration may be present. Most has been fixed to the best of my abilities and most of this stuff is of very good quality. This particular recording is of very good quality. MP3 samples will be provided upon request.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Alex Chilton – Saint Louis, MO (01/23/92)

Alex Chilton

Alex Chilton
1-23-92
Cicero’s
Saint Louis MO

Download: FLAC/MP3

SBD>Sony D6
Master casssette>SonyTC-K760>EdirolR-09HR 24/96>Cool Edit Pro>TLH>FLAC

CD1-1 fade in>Ti-Na-Ni-Na-Nu
CD1-2 Little GTO
CD1-3 Volare
CD1-4 Il Ribelle (The Rebel)
CD1-5 Thing for You
CD1-6 Guantanamerika
CD1-7 My Bonnie
CD1-8 Take It Off
CD1-9 Sick and Tired
CD1-10 B-A-B-Y
CD1-11 When My Baby’s Beside Me

CD2-12 I Will Turn Your Money Green
CD2-13 Bangkok
CD2-14 September Gurls
CD2-15 What’s Your Sign Girl?
CD2-16 I Could Go for You in a Big Way
CD2-17 No Sex
CD2-18 New Girl in School
CD2-19 The Letter
Encore
CD2-20 Let’s Get Lost
CD2-21 My Baby Just Cares for Me
CD2-22 With a Girl Like You

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Alex Chilton – Los Angeles, CA (10/30/87)

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Alex Chilton
Variety Arts Center
Los Angeles, CA
October 30, 1987

Download: FLAC/MP3

Master Audience recording made by Haircut
Aud 1st Gen Master Cassette > CD-R > Wav > TLH Flac 8

SET LIST:
01 Tee Na Ni Nee Noo/Tip On In
02 September Gurls
03 Thing For You
04 B-A-B-Y
05 Volare’
06 Bangkok
07 Baby Whatcha Gonna Do
08 Disco Lady
09 Underclass (?)
10 Make a Little Love
11 New Orleans jam (?)
12 Save Your Love For Me (?)
13 No Sex
14 Ya Ya
15 Thank You John
16 Take It Off
17 Come By Here
18 Little GTO
Encore
19 Dalai Lama (tape fries around 5 minute mark)

From the taper:

So here’s an interesting one. Alex Chilton on his High Priest tour in 1987. The theater at the Variety Arts Center must have had a capacity of 1000+ people but there couldn’t have been 100 at this show. I literally was able to place my cassette recorder on the edge of the stage at the start of the set. Problem with that was it picked some pounding on the stage as well as quite a bit of drunken chatter (including the occasional show narration from someone who apparently lost their job that day). It was the night before Halloween and everyone was well lubricated.

At the end of the show, I was able to walk on stage, into the wings and chat with Alex. An atttactive young lady came into view and Alex cocks an eyebrow and says “Thanks for coming, I have to take care of some business.”

OK audience recording and Alex’s band is really good…a full horn section joins a few songs in. Enjoyable listen if you’re a fan.

Warning: at minute 5 of Dalai Lama there is tape damage that lasts for several minutes until the end of the song.
Enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Alex Chilton – Rotterdam, The Netherlands (10/12/85)

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Alex Chilton
Pandora’s Music Box Festival
De Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
October 12, 1985

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. DJ intro (0:18)
2. Tee Ni Nee Ni Noo / Tip On In (5:18)
3. The Letter (2:40)
4. Save Your Love For Me (Buddy Johnson; also performed by Bobby Bland, Etta Jones, and many others) (5:40)
5. Rock Hard (2:50)
6. Bangkok (3:30)
7. Honkin’ Down The Highway (The Beach Boys) (cut short due to timelimits of the broadcast) (1:46)
8. DJ outro (0:22)

Total running time: 22 minutes and 24 seconds.

Taken from the Dutch VARA “Poppodium” FM radio broadcast, March 10, 1992.

Source and lineage (taped and transferred by Magnix): FM > Tape > WAV > FLAC level 8.

Used software: CDWave v1.94.5 > Cool Edit Pro v2.00 > CDWave v1.94.5 > FLAC v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).

Another tape from the Magnix Live Archive.

Disclaimer from Magnix.
Please note that this is a real FM capture, no cable, but straight from the airwaves. Also, this comes from a tape that was almost 16 years old at the time of transferring. This means that some FM and/or tape anomalies or degeneration may be present. Most has been fixed to the best of my abilities and most of this stuff is of very good quality. This particular recording is of very good quality. MP3 samples will be provided upon request.