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Posted 2006-04-25 12:35 AM (#1942)
Subject: The REAL Club Daze: From the mixing board of Charlie Barreca!
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New audio is up on the Downloads page.

This stuff is incredible to me - this is some of the earliest live TS stuff ever to see the light of day. Taken from tapes of board mixes by Charlie Barreca - the Sixth Sister himself - and given to Jay Jay French, these are mp3s of some super-rare material from the clubs!

Here's the list:

You Cant Do That (Beatles): Club Detroit, West Chester, NY 1980
You Aint Nothin But Fine (Rockpile): Club Detroit, West Chester, NY 1980
Fool For The City (Foghat): Club Detroit, West Chester, NY 1980
Little Queenie (Chuck Berry): Mad Hatter, LI - Undated
Vicious (Lou Reed): Unknown Location and Date
All Night Long (Rainbow): Beggars Opera, Queens, NY - Undated
Rock N'Roll Queen (Mott The Hoople): Undated
Never Say Die (Black Sabbath): Speaks, Island Park - Undated
Summertime Blues (sounds sorta like Blue Cheer's version): Snoopys (not sure of location) 1981
Destroyer: Gemini (not sure of location) 1982

Jay Jay and Eddie handle vocals on about half the stuff (anyone who digs Jay Jay's version of 'Sweet Jane' will find 'Vicious' to be worth its weight in gold), while Dee does the Foghat, Rainbow, Sabbath and Blue Cheer/Who tunes (and 'Destroyer,' of course).

Gotta check 'em out. Thanks to Charlie for archiving this stuff, and big thanks to Jay Jay for passing it along. Enjoy!

- D

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