The Seekers – Georgy Girl (1967 – Stereo)

Nov 4, 2011

Back in 1967, when The Seekers returned home to Australia for a visit, little did they know that their free concert at the Myer Music Bowl in their home town of Melbourne would break attendance records for the Southern hemisphere and TV ratings records for Australia! The concert formed part of the TV special ‘The Seekers at Home and Down Under’. The group sang live on the day, but because no promo video existed for the original (1966) hit version of the song, it is this which I’ve used for the audio, extending the video to include the middle 8 bars. The DVD ‘The Legendary TV Specials’ with the live audio, (along with all The Seekers’ hits and much more) is available to buy & spent several weeks at #1! Here’s the version with live audio for comparison:…

Written for the film ‘Georgy Girl’, with lyrics by Tom Springfield & music by Jim Dale.

More videos from Judith and The Seekers on the playlists below:
Best of the 60s in stereo:…
Gospel & Inspirational favourites:…
Reunion Performances:…
Best of – Live 1999-2014:…

The Seekers concluded their Golden Jubilee tour in New Zealand in November 2014, and Judith Durham began her farewell tour there in April 2016. Visit and for more info and news, or join us on Facebook:…
Official Facebook pages:……

So captivatingly beautiful!


Velvet Underground-“I’m Waiting for the Man” w/lyrics from “Velvet Underground and Nico” LP

Rubber Soul
Nov 4, 2011

The Velvet Underground & Nico is the debut album by The Velvet Underground and vocal collaborator Nico. It was originally released in March 1967 by Verve Records. Recorded in 1966 during Andy Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable multimedia event tour, The Velvet Underground & Nico would gain notoriety for its experimentalist performance sensibilities, as well as its focus on controversial subject matter expressed in many of their songs.

Though a commercial failure upon release, the record has since become one of the most influential and critically acclaimed rock albums in history, appearing at number thirteen on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time as well as being added to the 2006 National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress.

The Velvet Underground & Nico was recorded with the first professional line-up of The Velvet Underground, including Lou Reed, John Cale, Sterling Morrison and Maureen “Moe” Tucker. For this record Nico was included, who would occasionally sing lead with the band at the instigation of their mentor and manager, Andy Warhol. Nico sang lead on three of the album’s tracks—”Femme Fatale”, “All Tomorrow’s Parties” and “I’ll Be Your Mirror”—and back-up on “Sunday Morning”. In 1966, as the album was being recorded, this was also the line-up for their live performances as a part of Warhol’s Exploding Plastic Inevitable.

The bulk of the songs that would become The Velvet Underground & Nico were recorded in mid-April, 1966, during a four-day stint at Scepter Studios, a decrepit recording studio in New York City. This recording session was financed by Warhol and Columbia Records’ sales executive Norman Dolph, who also acted as an engineer with John Licata. Though exact total cost of the project is unknown, estimates vary from $1500 to $3000.

Soon after recording, Dolph sent an acetate disc of the recordings to Columbia in an attempt to interest them in distributing the album, but they declined, as did Atlantic Records and Elektra Records. Eventually, the MGM Records-owned Verve Records accepted the recordings with the help of Verve staff producer Tom Wilson, who had recently moved from a job at Columbia.

With the affirmation of a label, three of the songs, “I’m Waiting for the Man”, “Venus in Furs” and “Heroin”, were re-recorded in two days at T.T.G. Studios during a stay in Hollywood later in 1966. As the record’s release date was bumped back time after time because of production problems, Wilson also took them into a New York studio in November 1966 to add a final song to the track listing: the single “Sunday Morning”. The production on that song is far more professional and lush, aimed as it was at radio playtime.



Mick Jagger on a Morgan Plus 8, possibly around the very early 70’s.

Why? Because god gave him everything he wanted (ah, bet you didn’t see that coming. Kudos to Silodrome for the find!)


Creedence Clearwater Woodstock Complete (Enhanced Video)

Cal Vid
Apr 11, 2018

High-def color enhancement and improved lighting of Creedence Clearwater Revival full video Woodstock performance. Born on the Bayou, I Put a Spell On You (5:09​), and Keep on Chooglin’ (9:28​) were live by Creedence Clearwater Revival at Woodstock Festival Day 2 starting at 12.30 AM, Sunday, August 17, 1969. San Francisco Bay Area-based CCR band members are John Fogerty – vocals, guitar, harmonica, Tom Fogerty – rhythm guitar, vocals, Doug “Cosmo” Clifford – drums and Stu Cook – bass. Watch CCR’s previous August 2, 1969 performance of Commotion:​ and more classic CCR videos:​

The official Creedence video outtakes were not included in the Woodstock motion picture. Only audio recordings exist for their remaining Woodstock setlist and were omitted from the film’s soundtrack.

The Creedence filmed song selections were taken from their first three albums. Born On The Bayou is from 1969 second album Bayou Country. “I Put a Spell on You” was written by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and is the opener on their self-titled debut album. Creedence Clearwater’s last Woodstock number “Keep on Chooglin'” includes a 9-minute harmonica solo.

Watch CCR Playlist of Creedence Clearwater Revival and solo hits performed by the group’s songwriter and CCR founding member John Fogerty live at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA July 15, 2015. Fogerty’s “1969” concert pays tribute to three classic CCR albums released that year: Bayou Country, Green River, and Willie And The Poor Boys.…​

CCR Woodstock 1969 Setlist
1. Born on the Bayou
2. Green River
3. Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won’t Do)
4. Commotion
5. Bootleg
6. Bad Moon Rising
7. Proud Mary
8. I Put a Spell on You
9. The Night Time Is the Right Time
10. Keep on Chooglin’
11. Suzy Q (Encore)



Ripple (Grateful Dead) feat. Bill Kreutzmann | Playing For Change | Song Around The World

Playing For Change
Jul 5, 2015

This song is featured on our new album, “Listen to the Music,” available now:

This song is featured on our new album, “Listen to the Music,” available now:​

We are proud to share with you this Song Around The World in honor of the Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary. Our friends at JamBase asked us to turn the Grateful Dead’s 1970 classic, “Ripple” into a PFC Song Around the world as part of their “Songs Of Their Own” series (​) and after many miles on planes, trains and automobiles we can finally share it with all of you!!

“Ripple” is in support of the Playing For Change Foundation’s music schools and programs for children worldwide and we need your help. Watch the video and then let’s turn that inspiration we all share into something bigger. Join the “Ripple Effect” campaign so we can all leave the world better than we found it, one heart and one song at a time. As Jerry Garcia said, “Let there be songs to fill the air…”

Special Thanks to our Supporters: The Jerry Garcia Foundation (​), The Ripple Foundation, SeaChange (​), Michael Klein and Judi Hunt.

Playing For Change (PFC) is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. The primary focus of PFC is to record and film musicians performing in their natural environments and combine their talents and cultural power in innovative videos called Songs Around The World. Creating these videos motivated PFC to form the Playing For Change Band—a tangible, traveling representation of its mission, featuring musicians met along their journey; and establish the Playing For Change Foundation—a separate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building music and art schools for children around the world. Through these efforts, Playing For Change aims to create hope and inspiration for the future of our planet.

To learn more about the work of the PFC Foundation, visit

Very sweet.


Mountain – Mississippi Queen (Official Music Video)

Aug 27, 2020

“Mississippi Queen” by Mountain Listen to Mountain: Subscribe to the official Mountain YouTube channel:

Mississippi queen
If you know what I mean
Mississippi queen
She taught me everything

Cousins Executive Producer – Anne Alexander
Cousins Co-Executive Producers – Ana Veselic and Jessica Chermayeff
Graphics and Edit – Grier Dill
Sony Executive Producer – Ash Peters
Creative Director – Noah Schulman
Associate Producer – Audg Fenter

Song Mississippi Queen
Artist Mountain
Writers Leslie West, David Rea, Felix Pappalardi, Corky Laing

Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); UMPI, LatinAutor – UMPG, UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, LatinAutorPerf, CMRRA, ASCAP, and 13 Music Rights Societies

Oh, dear, another beautiful hero is gone.


Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

James Taylor and Joni Mitchell talk to Carole King in the control room of A&M Records Recording Studio during the recording of King’s album ‘Tapestry’ in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

Singer-songwriters James Taylor and Joni Mitchell provide backing vocals during the recording of Carole King’s album ‘Tapestry’ at A&M Records Recording Studio in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor

Singer-songwriters James Taylor and Joni Mitchell provide backing vocals during the recording of Carole King’s album ‘Tapestry’ at A&M Records Recording Studio in January 1971 in Los Angeles, California, United States. (Photo by Jim McCrary/Redferns)

Joni Mitchell and James Taylor backing Carole King as she records Tapestry, January 1971.

Source: mylonesomeblues


Joan Baez & Bob Dylan

Joan Baez & Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue, Plymouth MA 1975, by Ken Regan

Source: soundsof71

Paul and Linda McHat-ney

Paul & Linda McHat-ney

Source: soundsof71


King Crimson – 21st Century Schizoid Man (Live at Hyde Park 1969)

King Crimson
Dec 23, 2016

A clip of King Crimson’s legendary performance at Hyde Park, supporting the Rolling Stones, 1969.

Song 21st Century Schizoid Man
Artist Various Artists – King Crimson Tribute
Album A Tribute To King Crimson
Writers Ian McDonald, Michael Giles, Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield, Robert Fripp
Licensed to YouTube by (on behalf of Big Eye); CMRRA, LatinAutorPerf, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, UMPI, BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., LatinAutor – UMPG, LatinAutor, UMPG Publishing, and 6 Music Rights Societies

Classical and wonderful. Yup.


George Harrison

George Harrison

George Harrison

Yesterday, Sara (who runs MeetTheBeatlesForReal) posted this along with these photos, and I thought it was lovely, so I’m sharing it here:

“As I am sure anyone that visits this site would know, George Harrison passed away 19 years ago today. November 29 is a sad day for fans of the Beatles around the world. George was a special man and his life touched each of us fans in remarkable ways.

George Harrison’s biggest legacy is obviously his music. If you haven’t heard the re-done version of ‘All Things Must Pass’ that is on youtube right now — stop reading this and go listen to it. It is amazing. Even 19 years after his death, George is still blessing us with his music.

However, I think there is more to George’s legacy than his music. These photos I am sharing show one of the other legacies of George and that is one of showing kindness to others. I always think this was because his mom, Louise instilled in him to treat strangers with kindness that George was so kind. Of all four of the Beatles, George is the one that opened his home most frequently, chatted with fans, and stopped to sign autographs outside of the studio. While there are a few stories that show times when George lost his temper, overall — he went above and beyond to show kindness to others. As fans we feel like we know the Beatles, but in reality, were are just strangers to them. George could have simply not answered his door, walked by the girls standing outside of EMI, and not say a word. But what did he do? He wrote a song for them! If everyone in the world was just a little bit more like George — I think we all would live in a happier place.

Thank you George — we miss you.”

– Sara, The Legacy of George Harrison [x]

Source: harrisonstories

A wonderful, beautiful man. And an influential childhood hero.


Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell

Bob Dylan & Joni Mitchell, Austin, Texas, January 28, 1976 © Watt Casey.


“Dylan showed up at the Austin concert, and he was acting really weird. He showed up onstage like a crazy person. He wandered around through the amps. He made it very apparent to the audience that he was there, but he never came forward. He just got on the stage and wandered around. We didn’t sing anything together.”—Joni Mitchell, “Reckless Daughter” David Yaffe, 2017.

“In response to minutes of clapping and stomping, Joni Mitchell at last returned to the stage, bringing a friend with her: Bob Dylan. Dylan was finally cajoled into doing a duet with Mitchell, but he only tapped his foot and played guitar while she sang “Both Sides Now” alone. Next, “Girl from the North Country,” with Dylan still maintaining silence. When, more than half-way through the song, he finally opened his mouth, anticipation was running so high that even a croak would have been greeted with cheers. He was, in fact, so hoarse (presumably from his concert in Houston on Sunday) that he could do little more than croak his way through the verse.”—Lisa Tuttle, Austin American-Statesman, January 30, 1976.


Joni Mitchell


Joni Mitchell at the Isle of Wight, August 29, 1970, by Tony Russell


Major crush… lol


Mountain – Mississippi Queen (Official Music Video)

Aug 27, 2020

“Mississippi Queen” by Mountain Listen to Mountain: Subscribe to the official Mountain YouTube channel:

Mississippi queen
If you know what I mean
Mississippi queen
She taught me everything

Cousins Executive Producer – Anne Alexander Cousins Co-Executive Producers – Ana Veselic and Jessica Chermayeff
Graphics and Edit – Grier Dill
Sony Executive Producer – Ash Peters
Creative Director – Noah Schulman
Associate Producer – Audg Fenter

Mississippi Queen
Artist Mountain
Writers Leslie West, David Rea, Felix Pappalardi, Corky Laing

Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); CMRRA, LatinAutorPerf, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM, LatinAutor – UMPG, UMPG Publishing, ASCAP, UMPI, and 13 Music Rights Societies

I love this iconic song.

And I am privileged to have had this happen to me!



Erin Coburn – Topic
Oct 29, 2017

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

Downpour · Erin Coburn

Queen of Nothing

℗ 2017 Erin Coburn
Released on: 2017-10-30
Auto-generated by YouTube.

God, Erin is just SO good!



Let The Worries Fly

Erin Coburn Music
Jul 12, 2016

Original song and composition by Erin Coburn off of my Chaos Before Conformity Album

This young girl has 70’s soul in her heart she’s an awesome talent she’s one for the future no doubt! and she’s very funky in her sound too!
Stevie Ray Hat!!!
2,328 views and I was the first LIKE? What the heck is wrong with people?
Absolutely great original, thanks for sharing.
Blissfest 2016 .



From Cincinnati, Ohio, Erin Coburn performs on the Road Trip Concert Series

Rising Star Road Trip
Premiered Jul 25, 2020

Today, on the Road Trip Concert Series, we’re in Cincinnati for a live performance from Erin Coburn Music. Erin is making music that is primarily Rock, which is heavily influenced by artists like Badflower, The Black Keys, and Cage the Elephant. Having released her debut album Chaos Before Conformity in 2015, followed by her sophomore release Queen of Nothing two years later and her third record in 2019, Out From Under. Since then, Coburn’s fanbase has grown both nationally and worldwide.Writing all her own material, Erin is an accomplished songwriter, which is beautifully showcased through her three studio LP’s. Her lyrical output focuses on the theme of not fitting in: “I am my own best friend and always have been, ever since I left public high school halfway through sophomore year to go to an online high school for gifted and talented students” Erin states. Through her music, she hopes to bring together all the “misfits” around the world. In Erin’s world “misfits” is not a negative connotation it is a crown to be worn proudly. Not only is she a talented vocalist and lyricist, but Erin also plays multiple instruments, including the electric guitar, ukulele, bass and acoustic guitar. She has multiple sponsorships and endorsement including Strandberg Guitars. Presented by Empower U Motivational Business and Personal Coaching, and WINEntwine Events Ltd.

From Cincinnati, Ohio, Erin Coburn performs on the Road Trip Concert Series

Rising Star Road Trip
Premiered Jul 25, 2020


Energy Album 1969

Jan 2, 2020

Energy was based in Montreal, Canada with Gary Ship on keys and lead vocals, Corky Laing on drums and vocals, George Gardos on bass and vocals. All of the music and lyrics were written by Corky, George and Gary (except for “Desire” which was written by Gary’s older brother Neil Ship, aka Neil Sheppard, “Who Am I But You and the Sun” which had lyric contributions from Gail Collins and “It’s My Lucky Day,” which was written by J.P. Lauzon who was the guitarist with Energy for less than a year before they became a trio). This album was the culmination of Corky, George and Gary’s 6+ year creative collaboration.

The Energy album was recorded in ‘69, produced by Felix Pappalardi and Gail Collins, but was never released because upon it’s completion, Corky was recruited to play drums with Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi in the legendary band Mountain. Energy’s music was lost and nobody could find any tapes until Corky’s house was sold recently by his ex-wife. One reel-to-reel tape was discovered by his son among the hundreds of tapes and cassettes in the attic. The reel-to-reel tape was resurrected to just barely acceptable quality, but the spirit and diversity of Energy is well represented in this video.

I had never heard of this project until just a few minutes ago.

Interesting stuff within!


Chris Shards – Marble Falls

Epidemic Rock
May 11, 2020

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Song Marble Falls Artist Chris Shards

Licensed to YouTube by Epidemic Sound (on behalf of Epidemic Sound); Epidemic Sound Publishing

This is the song from the Dixie Cryptid podcast posted just before this.

This is wonderful music!

Props to Cam for his kindred taste in music!



Frank Zappa – Pygmy Twylyte/The Idiot Bastard Son/Dickie’s Such An Asshole (Live at The Roxy 1973)

Pierre Borduas
Jan 20, 2019

Released as part of the 1974 live LP Roxy & Elsewhere, “Pygmy Twylyte” was a regular feature during Frank Zappa’s 1973-1974 tour but never reappeared afterwards. The “original” version is a short (two minutes), fast-paced song with a twisted melody exploiting all of singer Napoleon Murphy Brock’s wide range. Lyrics make absolutely no sense: “Green hocker croakin’/In the Pygmy Twylyte/Crankin’ an’ a-coke’n/In the Winchell’s do-nut Midnite.” It roughly looks like a leftover leaf from Zappa’s “life on the road” songbook or maybe a drug-addict spoof similar to “It Just Might Be a One-Shot Deal.” In any case, the lyrics are mostly irrelevant to the song — their role was to make Brock’s life as difficult as possible.

The Roxy version was recorded early in the tour and extensively overdubbed in the studio later. The performance included on You Can’t Do That on Stage Anymore, Vol. 2, from a late-1974 show, is all the more significant. Lasting almost nine minutes, it is taken at a considerably slower tempo, in an altogether different key with more mutated vocals. More importantly, it features a whole new chunk of music as it indulges in a strange progressive disco vamp — and a guitar solo of course. The two available recordings could almost be seen as entirely different pieces if it were not for their shared set of lyrics. The fact that Zappa never performed the piece after 1974 turned “Pygmy Twylyte” into an obscure title.

I love this. You’ll never know how much I love this and the whole album and concert. Even though I didn’t get to go. This was a MAJOR influence on the teenage Ig.



Guido Kämmerling to Frank Zappa

April 22, 2014 at 9:55 AM

This is a private foto we shot on Zappa’s concert on the “Loreley” in germany, autumn 1984.

A beautiful photograph of our hero.



Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain – Shea Stadium 1971

T.J. Ash
May 29, 2015

Grand Funk Railroad – I’m Your Captain (Live 1971) This video was shown at Shea Stadium the entire last year before Shea closed. This July 9th 1971 concert still holds the ticket sales record, breaking the record set by The Beatles.

So beautiful! Classic!



The Band – Up On Cripple Creek

Jul 18, 2015

Rehearsing up at Woodstock

The video is cut off, but that’s ok… it’s just so classic a tune and legendary a band that I can forgive them.



Frank Zappa – Inca Roads (A Token Of His Extreme)

Eagle Rock
Aug 6, 2013… DVD:

EAGLE ROCK ENTERTAINMENT and the Zappa Family Trust are pleased to announce the first official release of A TOKEN OF HIS EXTREME, an original program created by FRANK ZAPPA for TV.
Recorded on August 27, 1974 at KCET in Hollywood, A TOKEN OF HIS EXTREME features Frank Zappa with five incredibly talented band members for this extravaganza of live music.
The line-up exists of Frank Zappa—guitar, percussion, vocals; George Duke—keyboards, finger cymbals, tambourine, vocals; Napoleon Murphy Brock—sax, vocals; Ruth Underwood—percussion; Tom Fowler—bass; Chester Thompson—drums.
The Program, as edited and thoroughly tweezed & produced by FZ for Honker Home Video includes these delights: The Dog Breath Variations/ Uncle Meat, Montana, Earl Of Duke (George Duke), Florentine Pogen, Stink-Foot, Pygmy Twylyte, Room Service, Inca Roads, Oh No, Son Of Orange County, More Trouble Every Day, A Token Of My Extreme.
Stereo Mixes Produced by Frank Zappa with Kerry McNabb at Paramount Studios, 1974. Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Gateway Mastering, 2009
FZ: “This was put together with my own money and my own time and it’s been offered to television networks and to syndication and it has been steadfastly rejected by the American television industry. It has been shown in primetime in France and Switzerland, with marvelous results. It’s probably one of the finest pieces of video work that any human being has ever done. I did it myself. And the animation that you’re gonna see in this was done by a guy named Bruce Bickford, and I hope he is watching the show, because it’s probably the first time that a lot of people in America got a chance to see it.”- FZ appearing on the Mike Douglas Show, 1976
Because ‘Token’ has never been commercially released until now, it is one of the most sought after Frank Zappa programs.

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Frank Zappa’s UFO song with ancient civilizations, too… Frank was a wonderfully deep individual.

And… there’s Ruth! Such intensity of talent!



FRANK ZAPPA – The Illinois Enema Bandit

Feb 22, 2016

NOTE: The uploading of this video is not for profit. I own no rights on this album/song.

In deep respect to the artists, i want to share some pearls you won´t hear on the radio everyday…:) …if you like it, buy the fucking album !

From the live double album, Zappa in New York, originally released in 1977 on DiscReet Records.
This one is from the CD, released in 1995 on Rykodisc.

Frank Zappa – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ray White – Lead Vocal, Rhythm Guitar
Eddie Jobson – Keyboards, Violin, Vocals
Patrick O’Hearn – Bass, Vocals
Terry Bozzio – Drums, Vocals
Ruth Underwood – Percussion, Synthesizer, and various humanly impossible Overdubs
Don Pardo – Sophisticated Narration
David Samuels – Timpani, Vibes
Randy Brecker – Trumpet
Mike Brecker – Tenor Sax, Flute
Lou Marini – Alto Sax, Flute
Ronnie Cuber – Baritone sax, Clarinet
Tom Malone – Trombone, Trumpet, Piccolo

The Illinois Enema Bandit
I heard he`s on the loose
I heard he`s on the loose
Lord, the pitiful screams
Of all them college-educated women…
Boy, he`d just be tyin` `em up
( They`d be all bound down! )
Just be pumpin` every one of `em up with all the bag fulla
The Illinois Enema Bandit Juice
He just be pumpin` every one of `em up with all the bag fulla
The Illinois Enema Bandit Juice

( repeat )

The Illinois Enema Bandit
I heard it on the news
I heard it on the news
Bloomington Illinois…he has caused some alarm
Just sneakin` around there
From farm to farm
Got a rubberized bag
And a hose on his arm
Lookin` for some rustic co-ed rump
That he just might wanna pump

( repeat )

The Illinois Enema Bandit
Some day he`ll have to pay
Some day he`ll have to pay
The police will say “You`re under arrest!”
And the judge would have him for a special guest
The D.A. will order a secret test
And stuff his pudgy little thumbs in the side of his vest
Then they`ll put out a call for the jury folks
And the judge would say “no poo-poo jokes!”
Then they`ll drag in the bandit for all to see,
Sayin`”Don`t nobody have no sympathy…
And the Bandit might say, “Why is everybody always
pickin` on me?”

One girl shout: “Let the Bandit be!”

Another girl shout: “Let the fiend go free!”

The Bandit say: “It must be just what they all needs…”
etc. repeat

So, so deliciously good!

Just beyond masterful.



courtney love

This must have been an amazing concert…

Hole – Big Day Out 1999 – FULL CONCERT

Facundo Quijada
Jul 5, 2013

Hole live at the 1999 Big Day Out Festival in Sydney, Australia.
1. Violet/Pale Blue Eyes [01:13]
2. Awful [06:11]
3. Pretty on the Inside [10:16]
4. Heaven Tonight [11:43]
5. Malibu [15:53]
6. Miss World [22:25]
7. Bittersweet (Hoodoo Gurus cover) [27:03]
8. Doll Parts [31:34]
9. Boys on the Radio [35:42]
10. She Walks on Me/Biggest Scar [42:44]
11. Northern Star [49:10]
12. Paradise City (Guns N’ Roses cover) [55:32]
13. Celebrity Skin [1:01:11]

Courtney Love – vocals, rhythm guitar
Eric Erlandson – lead guitar
Melissa Auf der Maur – bass, backing vocals
Samantha Maloney – drums


Courtney Love – Hole live at Big Day Out 1/9



Aug 4, 2011



Ahhh, Courtney…

Damn YouTube censors.

It’s OK to show us bombing babies, but, bewbeez are bad? Thats insane.