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Another good one from ektoplasm.....

  http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/kaminanda-gateways-of-consciousness

 

Yup. Thanks for reminding me. I have that one too. Good choice! Gives the ol' subwoofer a nice little workout. biggrin.gif

post #47 of 293

Thanks for all these great links! I'll be sure to post any good "free" ones I come across.

 

Sorry these aren't free but thought i'd post some of a friends recordings and a nice vid.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnPNnE3BxAE

 

http://sarahkruegermusic.bandcamp.com/

 

~M

post #48 of 293

Just wanted to say thank you to OP. Just listened to the Ryan Adams free flac. Brilliant!! Enjoying the heck out of it!!

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Just wanted to say thank you to OP. Just listened to the Ryan Adams free flac. Brilliant!! Enjoying the heck out of it!!

 

There's plenty more where that came from. There are hundreds of RA concerts on archive.org. Just make sure you get ones recorded from the soundboard for the best quality (some are even 24 bit). If you want to rock out get some shows from the 08 and 09 tours with the Cardinals. 

 

I wish every band would let their fans record from the soundboard like RA. Although that practice was ended on the most recent solo tour. 


Edited by Radioking59 - 2/10/13 at 6:42pm
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Just wanted to say thank you to OP. Just listened to the Ryan Adams free flac. Brilliant!! Enjoying the heck out of it!!

 

You're very welcome. Glad you enjoyed it! smile.gif

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The Ryan Adams is just...wow. The bass and soundstage are tremendous. Wonderfully recorded. Please refer me to more like that!!

 

thanks so much...biggrin.gif

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That RA concert is available in 24/48 too. Both are from the same person.  I've had the 16 bit for years. Thanks for reminding me of that show now that I have a 24 bit DAC.

 

http://archive.org/details/ryanadams2006-10-17.sbd.flac24


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post #53 of 293
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The Ryan Adams is just...wow. The bass and soundstage are tremendous. Wonderfully recorded. Please refer me to more like that!!

 

thanks so much...biggrin.gif

 

Well, I can't promise that you'll like this as well. I mean, different band, different recording, etc. But here's one I like a lot from when, in my opinion, they had their best line-up:

 

Drive-By Truckers Live At Visulite Theater 7-29-2004

 

Enjoy. k701smile.gif

 

http://archive.org/details/dbt2004-07-29.matrix.flac16

 

 

(Pic from a different show...)

post #54 of 293
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Well, I can't promise that you'll like this as well. I mean, different band, different recording, etc. But here's one I like a lot from when, in my opinion, they had their best line-up:

 

Drive-By Truckers Live At Visulite Theater 7-29-2004

 

Enjoy. k701smile.gif

 

http://archive.org/details/dbt2004-07-29.matrix.flac16

 

 

(Pic from a different show...)

 

Thank you very much!! beerchug.gif

post #55 of 293

Thanks a ton for this.  

post #56 of 293

StratocasterMan, thanks (and everyone else!)

 

i wish i had more to add but right now i'm spending all my time getting all this free music ;)

post #57 of 293

There's also a very rare studio recording by Giant Sand from 1991 available on archive. org.  Excellent sound quality. Actually, it was meant to be a demo for Atlantic Records. 

John Convertino and Joey Burns are accompanying Howe Gelb. A few years later they became key members of Calexico. 

 

 

http://archive.org/details/gsand1991-01-30.flac16

post #58 of 293

Thanks for the Giant Sand link :D made my day :D

post #59 of 293
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There's also a very rare studio recording by Giant Sand from 1991 available on archive. org.  Excellent sound quality. Actually, it was meant to be a demo for Atlantic Records. 

John Convertino and Joey Burns are accompanying Howe Gelb. A few years later they became key members of Calexico. 

 

 

http://archive.org/details/gsand1991-01-30.flac16

 

Thanks Jupiterknight! I downloaded that one today. I've heard lots of Calexico but no Giant Sand so that will change tonight. smile.gif

 

And thanks everyone else. Keep the links coming! biggrin.gif

post #60 of 293

What a great thread!  Thanks for all of the links...listening to Ryan Adams right now....GREAT MUSIC!

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