Wednesday, January 28, 2009

VU - Boston Tea Party, March 15, 1969

PW: Henry's Archive

7 comments:

Henry's Archive said...

Velvet Underground - The Legendary Guitar Amp Tapes Boston Tea Party, March 15, 1969
CD1:
1. I Can't Stand It (5:49)
2. Candy Says (4:25)
3. I'm Waiting For The Man (7:02) 4. Ferryboat Bill (4:34)
5. I'm Set Free (4:49)
6. What Goes On (7:37)
7. White Light/ White Heat (7:33) 8. Beginning To See The Light (5:28)
9. Jesus (3:28)
CD2:
10. Heroin/Sister Ray (34:25)
11. Move Right In (4:14)
12. Run Run Run (14:19)
13. Foggy Notion (7:09)

Henry's Archive said...

another good one:

http://qualityboots.blogspot.com/2009/01/velvet-underground-1968-boston.html

Velvet Underground 12 Dec 1968 Boston audience recording

disc 1
track 01: intro (00.35)
track 02: Heroin (08.28)
track 03: Move Right In (05.13)
track 04: Waiting For The Man (06.27)
track 05: I'm Set Free (04.26)
track 06: Foggy Notion (07.47)
track 07: Beginning To See The Light (06.31)
track 08: Candy Says (04.01)

disc 2
track 01: White Light White Heat (06.01)
track 02: Jesus (03.50)
track 03: Sister Ray (26.11)
track 04: Pale Blue Eyes (5.58)

Lou Reed: guitar, vocals
Sterling Morrison: guitar
Doug Yule: bass, organ, vocals
Moe Tucker: drums

Anonymous said...

I received cassettes from the actual taper (my copies were made circa 1986), whom I met, and know his backstory. There have been outright lies online about him, which is absurd. Anyway, due to a "friend" of his ripping him off and doing a vinyl boot of one show without his knowledge, the version of that show that circulated for years was maybe 40 minutes. But the full show, the copy I still have, was perhaps 70 minutes. My copy was (is) basically 2g from the true master. Now I can't recall which of the first 2 gigs it was.

Anonymous said...

Had some difficulties with files here being extracted in nonreadable form, with no specified playing length.

: said...

did you use the password?
if so it should be readable(listenable).
Anyway never enough VU
I like the
http://henrysarchive.blogspot.com/2010/11/vu-matrix-tapes-sampler.html

anyone has the complete songs?
greetings,
Henry

Anonymous said...

So far, it looks like the extraction has worked properly. Thanks! Haven't checked out Matrix yet, though. What's the background on it?

: said...

awesome quality