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Monday, June 7, 2010

Van Halen 10-1-07 Philadelphia, PA DVD

Van Halen
Philadelphia, PA.
Wachovia Center
10-1-07 Night 1 DVD

Filmed By NYC Bitch Committee
Synced with Flying Gonz audio
Authored by: BTB Productions

Set List:

You Really Got Me
I'm The One
Runnin' With The Devil
Romeo Delight
Somebody Get Me A Doctor
Beautiful Girls
Dance The Night Away
Atomic Punk
Everybody Wants Some
So This Is Love?
Mean Street
(Oh) Pretty Woman
Drum Solo
I'll Wait
And The Cradle Will Rock...
Hot For Teacher
Little Dreamer
Little Guitars
Jamie's Cryin'
Dave's Story
Ice Cream Man
Guitar Solo
Ain't Talkin''Bout Love

Thanks to NYCBC, Flying Gonz and BTB Productions for making this DVD possible for the fans!
Feel Free to trade

To make this playable and writable, you must follow these instructions to the T! Make a folder (name it what ever you want), NEXT!!! create another folder inside of that folder named "VIDEO_TS" (it must be named "VIDEO_TS" or else it will not play and it must have all caps), this is where you want to save the files. Please download all of the files in order, if you do not, I am afraid the DVD will not play correctly or play at all.

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=Z1I80E10 (MD5's + Screenshots)

Friday, June 4, 2010

Van Halen Oklahoma City, OK 8-6-1978

Van Halen
Oklahoma Jam
State Fairgrounds Speedway
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
August 6, 1978


Quality: B++

On Fire
I'm The One
Bass Solo
Runnin' With The Devil
Atomic Punk/Drum Solo
Little Dreamer
Feel Your Love Tonight
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Eruption/Guitar Solo
You Really Got Me
Bottoms Up!


Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Jimi Hendrix: Gypsy Sun & Rainbows (ATM 221-223)

Jimi Hendrix
Shokan: Jammin' Back At The House (ATM 221-223)

Woodstock  Festival rehearsals
Jimi's rented house, Traver Hollow Road, Boiceville, Ulster County, New York,
July - September 1969
Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders' circuits.
All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.
Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

Shokan 1 of 3 + Extras 
Shokan 2 of 3
Shokan 3 of 3

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Ronnie James Dio Dead At 67

Ronnie James Dio, one of heavy metal's all-time greatest singers and a five-decade rock veteran, died early Sunday morning, according to a statement posted on his website by his wife and longtime manager, Wendy Dio. The singer, known for his work with Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Heaven and Hell and his own band, Dio, died less than a year after being diagnosed with stomach cancer. He was 67.

"Today my heart is broken. Ronnie passed away at 7:45 a.m.," her statement reads. "Many, many friends and family were able to say their private goodbyes before he peacefully passed away.

"Ronnie knew how much he was loved by all. We so appreciate the love and support that you have all given us. Please give us a few days of privacy to deal with this terrible loss. Please know he loved you all and his music will live on forever."

With his powerful signature vocals and doom-laden lyrics, Dio fronted several iconic bands during his career: Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath and, of course, Dio. In 2009, he released The Devil You Know LP with the outfit Heaven and Hell, which featured the same lineup as the post-Ozzy Osbourne incarnation of Sabbath that he fronted in the early 1980s.

Possessed with one of the most recognizable voices in rock music, Dio's onstage theatrics (swords, mock dragon slaying), medieval themes and cool stage presence helped win the adulation of generations of metal fans and musicians, including mainstream figures like Jack Black and Dave Grohl. Contemporary "metalcore" band Killswitch Engage regularly covers Dio's "Holy Diver" in their live set, even going so far as to release a lovingly campy music video in homage.

Dio is credited with popularizing (if not inventing) the "devil horns" hand gesture used by everyone from the darkest of death and black metal acts to pop stars, athletes and professional wrestlers. Dio often said he got the symbol -- the "Malocchio" or "Evil Eye" -- from his Italian grandmother.

Born Ronald James Padavona in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Dio released his first record in 1958 with the group Ronnie & the Red Caps. It wasn't until a few years after that single's release that he adopted his stage name, inspired by New York mafia figure Johnny Dio. A later band, the Electric Elves, evolved into Elf. Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore recruited Dio and some of his Elf bandmates when he formed Rainbow in 1975; Dio released three landmark studio albums and a live LP with the band.

Personal differences drove Dio from Rainbow and in 1979, he replaced Ozzy Osbourne in Black Sabbath. His first album with the group, 1980's Heaven and Hell, ended the heavy metal originators' creative slump with gusto and effectively reinvented the band, a streak continued with Mob Rules the following year. However, divisions within the group came to a head during the mixing of 1982's Live Evil.

Taking drummer Vinny Appice with him, Ronnie formed his own band, called simply Dio. The title track from 1983's Holy Diver would become one of his most recognized and definitive songs. The Last In Line (1984), like the album before it, went platinum in the US. Over the following 20 years, Dio continued to record and tour, releasing the band's 10th studio album, Master of the Moon, in 2004.

A short-lived reunion with Black Sabbath in the early '90s produced the album Dehumanizer in 1992, before Ozzy's eventual return to the band. In 2006, Dio reunited with his former Sabbath-mates to write and record a handful of new tracks for inclusion on the Black Sabbath: The Dio Years collection. The chemistry between Dio, Appice, guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler resulted in the formation of Heaven and Hell (so titled for a number of reasons, not least to avoid confusion with the more recent Osbourne-fronted versions of Black Sabbath).

Heaven and Hell released Live from Radio City Music Hall, a celebration of the Dio era Sabbath songbook, in 2007. The Devil You Know, their first studio album under the new monicker, followed last year.

In November of 2009, Dio's wife and manager Wendy announced that Ronnie had been diagnosed with stomach cancer. Several rounds of chemotherapy and other treatments followed. Earlier this month, Heaven and Hell announced the cancellation of a planned summer tour of Europe owing to Dio's condition.

In April, Dio appeared at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards in Los Angeles to accept the award for Best Vocalist. As members of Alice in Chains presented the award to him, the crowd chanted, "Dio! Dio! Dio! Dio!"

What are your memories of Ronnie James Dio and his musical legacy? Let us know in the comments below.

This report is from MTV News.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Van Halen Where Did All The Good Times Go 11-26-82

Baton Rouge, LA
November 26, 1982

"Where Did All The Good Times Go?"
Voodoo Records VR72
Released February 2000 (Limited to 20 Copies)

Lineage: "Where Did All The Good Times Go?" CD > EAC > FLAC


Hang 'Em High
Drum Solo
Everybody Wants Some!
Dance The Night Away
Somebody Get Me A Doctor/Girl Gone Bad/I'm So Glad
Dave's Acoustic Jam
Ice Cream Man
(Oh) Pretty Woman
Guitar Solo
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Bottoms Up
You Really Got Me/Happy Trails


Van Halen
Women and Children First Sessions
Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA 
Early 1980 


Quality B+/A-

 And the Cradle Will Rock
 Romeo Delight
 Act Like it Hurts
 Everybody Wants Some!!
 Loss of Control
 Take Your Whisky Home
 In a Simple Rhyme
 Take Your Whiskey Home 

This is not the Pumpkihn Remaster, I will be posting that soon.


Van Halen Madison Square Garden 11-13-2007

************Van Halen************
"3 Scoops of Van Halen, 1 Scoop of Roth"

Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
November 13, 2007

Source/Lineage - Sony ECM-MS907>Sony D8 (via mic-in)>DAT>Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (via line in)>Wave>Flac Level 6
Source/Lineage - (Disc 1, Track 1 & Disc 2, Track 10): FM>CoolEdit Pro (via line-in)>Wave>Flac Level 6
Location:  Section 423, Row A, Seat 7
Taped/Transfered By - Al  (moderndaywarrior2112@yahoo.com)
*****Modern Day Warrior Recordingzzz*****

Disc 1 (Total Time 77:24)
01. VH Radio Ad
02. Intro/Warm Up
03. You Really Got Me
04. I'm The One
05. Runnin' With The Devil
06. Romeo Delight
07. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
08. Beautiful Girls
09. Dance The Night Away
10. Atomic Punk
11. Everybody Wants Some!!
12. So This Is Love?
13. Mean Street
14. (Oh) Pretty Woman
15. Alex's Drum Solo
16. Unchained
17. I'll Wait
18. And The Cradle Will Rock...
19. Hot For Teacher

Disc 2 (Total Time 48:28)
01. Little Dreamer
02. Little Guitars
03. Jamie's Cryin'
04. Ice Cream Man
05. Panama
06. Eddie's Guitar Solo
07. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
08. 1984
09. Jump
10. VH Concert Ad #2