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Del-Lords – Live in Philly 1986

In New York in the mid-‘80s, four veteran New York musicians united to form the Del-Lords: Scott Kempner from the Dictators, Eric Ambel from Joan Jett’s Blackhearts, future Cracker drummer Frank Funaro and thundering bassist Manny Caiati. Key songwriter Kempner said his vision “was to create a band that would feature four singers performing my songs — an East Coast Beach Boys if you will.” But rather than singing about girls and cars, the Del-Lords sang about things that mattered to them: the everyday grind of life and how it affected the band and those around them.
Greateful Web

Chestnut Cabaret 12-16-1986

01 – Tru Love
02 – Heaven
03 – How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live
04 – Cheyanne
05 – Against My Will
06 – St Jake
07 – Johnny 99
08 – Get Tough
09 – I Play the Drums
10 – No Waitress No More

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Tower Theater 1986

The Connells – Chestnut Cabaret 2-16-1988

The Connells from Chestnut Cabaret on Feb. 16, 1988. Led by guitarist Mike Connell (his brother David is the bassist), this Raleigh, North Carolina quintet possesses a fragile, vaguely Celtic melodic sense that nicely complements the introspective lyrics, making for music that combines the best impulses of Southern guitar jangle and the sensitive singer/songwriter tradition.
Trouser Press

The Connells were:
Mike Connell – guitar
George Huntley – another guitar
Doug MacMillan – the singer
David Connell – bass
Peele Wimberley – drums

01 – Ot2
02 – Try
03 – Fun & Games
04 – 1934
05 – Ten Pins
06 – If it Crumbles
07 – Choose a Side
08 – Home Today
09 – Darker Days
10 – Over There
11 – You Wear it Well (Rod Stewart cover)
12 – Upside Down
13 – Scottys Lament
14 – Hats Off
15 – Rocky Mountain Time (John Prine Cover)
16 – 18 (Alice Cooper cover)
17 – Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bon Jovi cover)

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If-Live on WKDU

If Live on Jackie’s show on WKDU from 1990. If at the time was Chaz (Unloved) and Chris Hunter on guitar (Little Gentlemen, Goats, MothraDTO  ) and Stroller from Red Paint People.

Thanks for the Tape Jackie

00 – Intro
01 – Unknown
02 – Unknown
03 – Unknown
04 – Unknown
05 – Unknown
06 – Unknown
07 – Unknown
08 – Unknown
09 – Unknown
10 – Not My Friend
11 – Unknown
12 – Unknown
13 – House of Detention
14 – Outro

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Halo of Flies – Live Khyber Pass 3/15/90

Halo of Flies were Amphetamine Reptile Records kingpin Tom Hazelmyer with in-house engineer Tim MacLaughlin on bass & John Anglim on drums,
This is a live tape from when they played the Khyber on March 15, 1990.
Thanks for the tape files Don Sheluga & the song titles – Christian.

01 – Father Paranoia
02 – Ddt Beat 69
03 – Headburn-How Does it Feel
04 – Garbage Rock
05 – Easy Or Hard
06 – Aint No Hell
07 – Human Fly
08 – No Time
09 – Drunk in Detroit
10 – Ballad of Extreme Hate
11 – One Barrel Spent

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Still Stupid – Live on WKDU

Philadelphia band Still Stupid Live on Jackie’s show on WKDU from December 20th 1988. A great mix of Punk, Hardcore, Garage and Psych with some inspired choices of covers (especially Love Power from the Producers) Then below that some videos 1 of their demo tape and 2 live clips from JC Dobbs and some flyers.
Thanks for the Tapes Jackie & Diego and the song titles Jim Canfield

00 – Intro
01 – the Radio in Philadelphia Sucks
02 – Burden of Proof
03 – Doreen
04 – Addicted to Money & Mug Me
05 – Love Power
06 – Why Do You Look at Me as If I Was Stupid When I Say Love Can Change the World
07 – Leave Me Alone
08 – for Petes Sake
09 – Im Potty
10 – Waiting Room
11 – See You Can Say Oh
12 – California Dreaming
13 – Outro

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Videos

Still Stupid-My God It’s Cheap-Demo Tape

Still Stupid-when I get that feeling live at JC Dobbs

Still Stupid – blowfly live at JC Dobbs<

(English) Beat – Irvine Auditorium 3/25/83

The (English) Beat Live from Irvine Auditorium on March 25, 1983.

01 – Doors of your heart
02 – Tears of a Clown
03 – Too Nice to Talk To
04 – Spar Wid Me
05 – I Confess
06 – Get A job
07 – Stand Down Margaret
08 – Jeanette
09 – Drowning
10 – Hands Off Shes Mine
11 – Ackee 1-2-3
12 – Sole Salvation
13 – Two Swords
14 – Ranking Full Stop
15 – Mirror in the Bathroom
16 – Save it for Later
17 – The End of the Party
18 – Click Click
19 – Best Friend
20 – Jackpot

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the Lucys – Live on WKDU October 1997

Jesse Jameson from the Lucys Live on Jackie’s WKDU show – October 1997
In early ’96, Jameson began recording songs as The Lucys, playing both guitar and drums. Guitarist Joe Kim (who played with Jameson in the group Pale) and bassist George Loving filled out the group. Still searching for the right sound, Jameson recorded a few songs playing all of the instruments himself. More recently he recruited onetime Moped member Bret Tobias to play drums and Joey Sweeney on bass. All three configurations can be heard on Anselmo. (City Paper)

00 – Intro
01 – For Free
02 – Unknown
03 – Somebody Sweet
04 – Unknown
05 – Unknown
06 – Now That Youve Screwed All Your Friends
07 – Pilot
08 – Cut it Down
09 – On Easter Day
10 – Unknown
11 – Outro

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