I will explain my choice of title here.(Yes, I had emails of confusion!) It says Bob Marley Live[iv] So that's Part 4 of the Bob Marley Live posts. There will be a lot more to add so I am numbering them to keep myself in order!O
k I know the old motto of 'An album a Day at 3pm'
is wearing very thin these days but you know what?
It doesn't matter.
I mean, are you in a rush with your life?
Too much to do and not enough time to do it in?
If that is the case then maybe you need to remove some of the crap from your tasklist
Just a suggestion.A
gain I bring you a Bob Marley bootleg of exceptional quality and again I offer you nothing more than a tracklist (I didn't even give you that last time...oops.).
Did I say exceptional quality there? Ok then this one isn't of the same audio quality of previous shows you got here but the band is of the same quality! This is very bassey and a bit on the muffled side. Anyone with half a brain
can at least play it through a basic equaliser and get a pretty good result. The ones of you with two brain cells or more
can even try to 'fix' or 'enhance' it somewhat on a more permanent basis by using an audio application such as Soundforge, Adobe audition, GoldWave
or even Cooledit Pro
. I think there is some freeware thing around too. Audacity or something, I dont know.
If you would like to know where these applications are available then, erm, leave a comment on the subject.
(What a sad way to get comments I know).Bob Marley & The Wailers Live at The Matrix Club, San Francisco, California in 1973
I am in the process of sorting my bootlegs out and discovering that I have a lot of duplicate or misnamed shit on the drive. So as some compensation to you while you await the next AMAZING POST, I deliver you what is probably my favourite all time mass released studio album of Bobs, KAYA
is a brilliant song. I could listen to this album for weeks. In fact I think I did when I was a complete loser/pot smoking reprobate/hydroponics wizard
So I say to you...Even if you have KAYA
already (the album that is) then go dig it out and listen to it today. It will bring you to a great place.
If you do not have it then GET DOWNLOADING!Tracklist for The Matrix Club, San Francisco
1. Rastaman Chant (5:23)
2. Duppy Conquerer (5:03)
3. Livley Up Yourself (7:28)
4. Cant Blame Youth (4:54)
5. No More Trouble (5:04)
6. Kinky Reggae (7:00)
7. Get Up Stand Up (5:33)Need I post the tracklist to KAYA?
1. Easy Skanking (2:58)
2. Kaya (3:15)
3. Is This Love? (3:52)
4. Sun Is Shining (4:58)
5. Satisfy My Soul (4:31)
6. She's Gone (2:25)
7. Misty Morning (3:33)
8. Crisis (3:54)
9. Running Away (4:15)
10. Time Will Tell (3:29)
JUST BEEN RE-UPLOADED! Go To The New Page For The Matrix Club
- Sorry link is no longer available.
More shite from me soon.Tags:MP3 Downloads:music:media:download music:download:MP3