Archive for August, 2009


Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam, July 28, 2009, FLAC and MP3 download

Another stolen picture of Davy at an unknown show.

Another stolen picture of Davy at an unknown show.

Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam
Stubb’s, Austin, Texas
July 28, 2009

source: SP-CMC-20>SP-SPSB-9>Edirol R-09
location: mics clipped to glasses, center, a few feet from the stage
conversion: R09>>CD Wave>flac frontend
taper: T&Jam (

Hear samples in my recap post: HERE.

Guitar, vocals: Davy Knowles
Bass: PK
Drums: Steve Barci

Disc 1
1. intro instrumental number (name?) ( I accidentally cut off the first 20 seconds. Sorry.)
2. Riverbed
3. Tear Down The Walls
4. Almost Cut My Hair
5. Come Home
6. Gotta Leave
7. Outside Woman’s Blues
8. Coming Into Los Angeles
9. Coming Up For Air

Disc 2
1. What In The World
2. Soul Serenade
3. Commotion
4. -stage banter-
5. Walk On Hot Coals
6. Keep On Searching
7. -stage banter-
8. new song…name unknown
9. –crowd noise calling for encore and some banter-
10. It’ll All Come Around

16 bit flac files:

Audience recordings of live music are always FREE.


going to see Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam again, PDQ


Davy Knowles and Back Door Slam at Slim’s in San Francisco, September 6th, 2009.

Nice poster, too.


Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam, July 28, 2009, Stubb’s, Austin TX, recap/audio

stolen placeholder pic until Art hooks me up with his cell phone pic from the show

stolen placeholder pic until Art hooks me up with his cell phone pic from the show

It was a hot show: hot as hell inside the lower level of Stubb’s in Austin, Davy’s tea was hot, and of course the music was hot, with Davy burning up the strings and melting faces all night long.

Each time I listen to the recording of the show I am blown away all over again.

Here’s some samples:

What In the World (Rory Gallagher)

Commotion (Creedence Clearwater Revival)

Coming Up For Air

Walk On Hot Coals (Rory Gallagher)

New song…unknown title…?

Downloads of the entire show should be up over the weekend.

ETA: The downloads are up HERE.


Taylor Hicks, August 16, 2009, Flac and MP3 download, (taper: Linda T)


Taylor Hicks
Smith’s Olde Bar, Atlanta, Georgia
August 16, 2009

source: Tascam DR-1
conversion: Tascam DR-1>CD Wave
taper: LindaT

Guitar, harmonica, vocals: Taylor Hicks
Keys, backing vocals: Brian Less
Acoustic guitar: John Kulinich
Bass: Jason Parker

Hear samples of the recording HERE.

Disc 1

1. The Distance
2. I Live on a Battlefield
3. Wedding Day Blues
4. The Deal
5. What’s Right is Right (Tupelo Honey tag)
6. Banter
7. Banter> Don’t Let Me Down
8. Banter>Runnaround (Doraville tag)

Disc 2

1. Banter> Nineteen
2. Gonna Move (Lodi tag)
3. Banter
4. Banter
5. Banter> Maybe You Should
6. Banter> Once Upon a Lover
7. My Sweet Lord
8. Why Does Love Got to be So Sad

Missing song: Seven Mile Breakdown.
Some wind noise from overhead air-conditioner on a few tracks.

Download 16 bit FLAC files HERE

Download MP3 files HERE

A million thanks to LindaT! Thanks for sharing and for letting me post this here!

Audience recordings are ALWAYS free.


Taylor Hicks, thanks to Linda T, 8-16-09, Smith’s Olde Bar, Atlanta


(Photo credit: rajrae, on the Boogie Board)

When Linda T let me know a short while ago that she was getting her first recorder and jumping into taping, I was pretty excited.

When she dropped one of her first shows in my mailbox, I was thrilled!

Check out a sample of new taper extraordinaire Linda T’s August 16th 2009 audience recording of Taylor Hicks:


Don’t Let Me Down


‘A Blues tune…an old Tibetan folk singer song’ (Gonna Move)

So, what do you think? Pretty good, right?

Thanks to Linda T, downloads will follow shortly!


*sorry for the delay*

I’ve been busy and unable to post lately, but I will get to it eventually.

I’ve seen three shows, so I do have things to post, it’s just that time is very short this time of year.

Happy end of summer to you all!

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