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Tagged: Aerosmith

The Horrors 0

The Horrors – Live At Glastonbury 2009 – Past Daily Soundbooth

The Horrors – Live at Glastonbury 2009 – BBC 6 Music – The Horrors to end the working week. One of those bands that could defy description, but on closer inspection reveal a peaceful co-existence between Goth, Shoegaze, Garage Rock, Post-Punk and touches of Psych added to the mix. The...

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Sarah Vaughan 0

Sarah Vaughan – Live At Antibes Jazz Festival 1963 – Past Daily Downbeat

Sarah Vaughan – Live at Antibes Jazz Festival, July 29, 1963 – Sarah Vaughan this weekend. Sassy, The Divine One and possessor of one of the greatest singing voices in Jazz, in concert at the Antibes Jazz Festival at Juan-les-Pins, France and recorded by ORTf on July 29, 1963. It...

Hinds 0

Hinds – Live At Pitchfork Festival 2015 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Festival Edition

Hinds – Live At Pitchfork Festival 2015 (excerpt) – Oct. 31, 2015 – Radio France FIP – Hinds, the 4-piece quasi-Garage/neo-Punk/raucous Girl-Group from Madrid has America in the palm of their hands. Since they started getting noticed all over Europe a few years ago, they’ve made stabs at the U.S....

Aerosmith – Live At The Schaeffer Music Festival 1975 – Nights At The Roundtable: Festival Edition 0

Aerosmith – Live At The Schaeffer Music Festival 1975 – Nights At The Roundtable: Festival Edition

  – Aerosmith – Live at The Schaeffer Music Festival, New York – August 29, 1975 – WCKG-FM Since most of you are probably going into Tryptophan overload from your Thanksgiving extravaganzas, I can’t think of a better way to burn calories, than to crank this classic offering from Aerosmith,...

Aerosmith – In Concert – 1973 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend 0

Aerosmith – In Concert – 1973 – Past Daily Backstage Weekend

. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Aerosmith – Live at Paul’s Mall, Boston – March 20, 1973 – WBCN-FM Early Aerosmith this weekend. With all the changes this band has gone through over the years, you almost forget they were very much of...