Monday, 30 April 2012

morrissey 'the dermot interview' 2011

morrissey in a foul mood on radio 2 (2011) here's what he said after it...

I’m sorry I made the Detergent O Leary radio interview so difficult but I was in a foul mood, having spent a full week surrounded by the royal dreading. England may very well be a Windsor dictatorship, but — PR Weddings aside, it is usually quite bearable.
If my Front Row (Radio 4) interview sounded chopped and cropped, that’s because it was. I had spoken fluently about the royal dreading, but an Iranian censorship confiscated all of my views. It is distressing, but in all manner of British media in 2011 we are only allowed to hear the same old thoughts and feelings expressed over and over and over again.
During the week of the royal dreading, Poly Styrene died. Having made an enormous contribution to British art and sound — at a desperate time when so many of us needed her, Poly Styrene’s death was all but ignored by the British television news media, who instead rained hours and hours of blubbering praise onto Kate Middleton — a woman about whom nothing is known on a personal level. The message is clear: What you achieve in life means nothing compared to what you are born into. Is this Syria??
To top off all the pageantry, ‘Very best of Morrissey’ (EMI/Major Minor) has yet to tunnel its way into what we older types refer to as Record Shops – six days after intended release. The gallant HMV has yet to stock it, and did not manage to stock the ‘Glamorous glue’ single until four days after its scheduled release. In fact, the CD of ‘Glamorous glue’ did not EVER make it to HMV. With ‘Very best of’ I face my first ever non-chart placing — which I shall bear with dignity, although I could never be unkind enough to express my views on EMI’s failings. It was John Lennon who coined the phrase ‘Every Mistake Imaginable’. I shall not repeat it here.
I am delighted that the June dates sold out so quickly. Beware, we are looking at four more: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Helsingborg and Stockholm.
The follow-up to ‘Years of refusal’ is ready and fluttering wildly against the bars. There is still no record label and the years shuffle like cards. My talents do not lie in DIY.
I shall be in Perth — older, but no wiser.
With thanks to True To You,


Sunday, 29 April 2012

THE STONE ROSES lemon lp (demos rehearsals etc)

the stone roses
lemon lp


1.This Is The One 3:29
2.Boy On A Pedestal 2:31
3.All Across The Sands 2:45
4.Sally Cinnamon 2:52
5.Elephant Stone 2:52
6.The Sun Still Shines 2:44
7.The Hardest Thing In The World 2:39
8.Song For My Sugar Spun Sister 3:29
9.Going Down 2:48
10.Where Angels Play 3:16
11.Waterfall 4:33
12.Bye Bye Badman 4:19
13.Shoot You Down 4:25
14.Elephant Stone 3:14
15.She Bangs The Drums 3:46
16.Waterfall 4:45
1.I Am The Resurrection 6:38
2.I Wanna Be Adored 3:42
3.Made Of Stone 4:17
4.This Is The One 4:01
5.Pearl Bastard 3:42
6.Going Down 2:40
7.Song For My Sugar Spun Sister 3:30
8.Mesery Paradise 2:47
9.Waterfall 3:36
10.Shoot You Down 1:07
11.I Am The Resurrection 1:47
12.Phantom of the Opera 1:15
13.Waterfall 5:59
14.Elizabeth My Dear 1:39
15.One Love 6:22
16.Somethings Burning 3:03
1 - Strawberry Studios, Stockport, 1985
2, 3 - Rehearsals, Chorlton, Manchester, 18th March 1986
4, 7 - Yacht Club Studios, Bredbury, Manchester, 1986
5, 6, 8, 9, 10 - Chorlton, Manchester, 12th December 1986
11, 13 - Manchester, Late 1987
12 - late 1988, Rockfield Studios, Monmouth/Wales
14, 15, 16 - Suite-16 Studios, Manchester, May 1988
1, 2 - Manchester, late 1988 Rockfield Studios, Monmouth/Wales
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14 - Battery & Konk Studios, London, January 1989
3, 4 - Suite-16 Studios, Manchester, ? May 1988
15, 16 - ? Studios, London, May-June 1990


Wednesday, 25 April 2012

MADNESS club nokia LA 2012

Club Nokia

Los Angeles

April 16  2012

01. One Step Beyond
02. Embarrassment
03. The Prince
04. NW5
05. My Girl
06. The Sun And The Rain
07. Take It Or Leave It
08. Taller Than You Are
09. Iron Shirt
10. Clerkenwell Polka
11. Shut Up
12. Grey Day
13. Bed And Breakfast Man
14. Forever Young
15. King Of Rock
16. House Of Fun
17. Baggy Trousers
18. Our House
19. It Must Be Love
20. Encore Break
21. Swan Lake
22. Madness
23. Night Boat To Cairo

john lydon 6music interview 2010

huey morgan interviews john about his scrapbook (15th november 2010)


that was then ...this is now mick jones (video)

mick jones talks about the clash bad etc..

broadcast in 1989 on bbc2


Monday, 23 April 2012


maf centrum

1980 re-broadcast

01 tuning up
02 anarchy in the uk
03 no fun
04 liar


The Who
Club Nalen,
25 October 1966

1. Heatwave (cuts in)
2. Dancing in the Streets
3. Barbara Ann
4. So Sad About Us
5. Substitute
6. The Kids Are Alright
7. I’m a Boy
8. My Generation


paul weller 6music session 13-03-2012

audio and flash video of the session included in the zip

1. Intro
2. Around The Lake
3. happy bday 6music
4. That Dangerous Age
5. The Attic
6. chat with lauren
7. The Changingman
8. Wake Up The Nation
9. When Your Garden's Overgrown
10. Lauren outro
11. Andromeda


Saturday, 21 April 2012

spike island

if i could only remember the gig  let alone her!!!

tarquin live! hmhb re ups

tarquin live! was with out a doubt the best blog ever untill megaupload got busted and all the links got wiped

so i thought i'd help out with re uping of links  i wish i could help more but unfortunataly the lying bastards  at  sky  misinformed/blatantly fucking lied  to me about the speeds of my  internet connection then had the nerve to try and charge me £160 to try and find out why!! ,so im stuck with shit upload speeds for a while, so it takes an age to upload these flac files....

click on the gig you want befor i turn red and explode ...

holmfirth 16 nov 2010

bilston robin 17 sept 2010

bilston robin 26 jan 2012

ashton witchwood 17 feb 2000

ashton witchwood 17 feb 2000 soundcheck

any request from the hmhb tarquin list stick in the comments bit missing a couple due to gross incompetence in charge of a pc

pigbag live in new york

could be oct 81 or july 82

no one seems to have a date for this one anyone have any info ??? and help with the track list

Live at Peppermint Lounge

1.Whoops Goes My Body
2.Sunny Day
3.?(some edits)
6.As It Will Be
7.Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag


Pigbag Timeline from

All UK unless noted.
1981/01/?? - Romeo and Juliets, Bristol w/ The Slits.
1981/01/?? - Anson Rooms, University of Bristol.
1981/01/?? - Porchester Hall, London.
1981/02/06 – University of London w/ Electric Guitars, Fish Food, X-Carts
1981/04/22 – Moonlight Club, London w/ Dif Juz
1981/05/01 – Rainbow, London w/ The Specials, The People
1981/05/06 – Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag released
1981/05/23 – Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag enters Indie Charts, spends 70 weeks on charts, reaching No.1
1981/06/07 – Lyceum, London w/ Gang Of Four, Scars
1981/06/13 – Brady’s, Liverpool
1981/06/19?? – Reading University
1981/06/24 – University of East Anglia, Norwich
1981/07/02 – The Venue, Victoria, London – w/ The Tesco Bombers & Maximum Joy
1981/07/17 – De Villes, Manchester w/ The Liggers, Maximum Joy
1981/07/18 – Brady Club, London w/ Maximum Joy
1981/07/21 – Richard Skinner Session BBC
1981/07/24 – Cedar Club, Birmingham w/ Maximum Joy
1981/08/30 – Lyceum, London w/ Au Pairs, O.K.Jive, The Bloods, The Pinkies
1981/09/03 – Astoria, Edinburgh
1981/09/15 – John Peel Session BBC
1981/10/?? – US Tour – New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Northampton MA, San Francisco and Oakland.
1981/10/16 – King’s College, London
1981/10/24 – Manchester University w/ The Raincoats
1981/10/28 – Sunny Day released
1981/10/31 – Sunny Day enters Indie Charts, spends 29 weeks on charts, reaching No.2
1981/11/?? – Leeds??
1981/12/08 – Golden Eagle, Birmingham
1981/12/11 – Rafters, Manchester
1981/12/18 – Brixton Town Hall, London w/ The Raincoats, Psychotics
1982/01/20 – Rafters, Manchester
1982/01/29 – Getting Up released
1982/02/18 – Gaiety Bar, Portsmouth
1982/02/20 – Getting Up enters Indie Charts, spends 9 weeks in the charts, reaching No.2
1982/02/26 – Dr Heckle And Mr Jive released
1982/03/05 – Sheffield Polytechnic w/ Mouth
1982/03/06 – Bradford University w/ Mouth
1982/03/07 – Rotters, Manchester w/ Mouth
1982/03/08 – Warehouse, Liverpool w/ Mouth
1982/03/10 – Tiffany’s, Newcastle Upon Tyne w/ Pinski Zoo
1982/03/11 – The Porterhouse, Retford w/ Pinski Zoo
1982/03/12 – ??, Reading
1982/03/13 – Dr Heckle & Mr Jive enters Indie Album Charts, spending 29 weeks in the charts, reaching No.1
1982/03/14 – Locarno, Bristol w/ Mouth
1982/03/15 – Top Rank, Brighton w/Mouth
1982/03/16 – Hammersmith Palais, London w/ Belle Stars, Mouth
1982/03/17 – Locarno, Birmingham w/ Mouth, The Blondes
1982/03/18 – Kid Jensen Session BBC
1982/03/21 – Valentino’s, Edinburgh w/ The Bloods
1982/03/26 – Cheltenham Town Hall
1982/04/08 – Top of the Pops, TV Appearance
1982/04/22 – Top of the Pops, TV Appearance
1982/04/27 – New line-up (with Brian Nevill & Oscar Verden) starts rehearsing
1982/06/05 – Recording “The Big Bean”, Abbey Road, London
1982/06/06 – Recording “The Big Bean”, Abbey Road, London
1982/06/13 – Romeo & Juliet’s, Bristol
1982/06/15 – University of East Anglia, Norwich
European Tour Including
  • Germany
  • Holland
  • Italy
  • Switzerland
1982/06/25 – The Big Bean released
1982/07/02 – Bracknell Jazz Festival
1982/07/06 – Hammersmith Palais, London w/ Clint Eastwood and General Saint, Inity Rockers, Carmel, The Dread Broadcasting Corporation
1982/07/09 – Peppermint Lounge??, New York
1982/07/10 – Peppermint Lounge??, New York
1982/07/10 – The Big Bean enters the Indie Charts, spends 9 weeks in charts, reaching No.3
1982/07/18 to 1982/07/31 – Japan inc. Sun Plaza, Tokyo
1982/12/01 – Brixton Ace Cinema, London
1982/12/20 – The Venue, London
1983/02/14 – Tiffany’s, Newcastle Under Lyme w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/15 – University of Kent, Canterbury w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/16 – Keele University, Stoke w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/17 – Palais, Nottingham w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/19 – Hit The ‘O’ Deck enters Indie Charts, spends 8 weeks in charts, reaching No.7
1983/02/22 – Gold Diggers, Chippenham w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/23 – Hacienda, Manchester w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/24 – Liverpool University w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/25 – Newcastle University w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/27 – Edinburgh University w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/02/28 – Tiffany’s, Glasgow w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/02 – Leicester Polytechnic w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/03 – Queensway Hall, Dunstable w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/04 – Anson Rooms, University of Bristol w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/05 – Dominion Theatre, London w/ Laurel & Hardy, The Frank Chickens
1983/03/05 – Lend An Ear enters Indie Album charts, spending 5 weeks in the charts, reaching No.7
1983/03/07 – Town Hall, Bournemouth w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/08 – Southsea Gaiety Bar, Portsmouth w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/11 – Aston University, Birmingham w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/12 – Loughborough University w/ Laurel & Hardy
1983/03/29 to 1983/04/16 – European Tour inc.
1983/03/31 – Paradiso, Amsterdam w/ Das Wesen, Nasmak
1983/04/05 – Latin Quarter, Berlin, West Germany
1983/04/06 – Alabama Hall, Munich, West Germany
1983/04/28 - Gaiety Bar (end of the pier), Portsmouth

nine inch nails and adam ant live in ny 1995

adam ant /marco peronni With N.I.N.
nassau Coliseum
Uniondale, NY

02.physical(your so) scab
04 beat my guest

Friday, 20 April 2012

dexys midnight runners De Markt Brouwershaven holland 1981

Dexys midnight Runners
De Markt Brouwershaven Holland
June 30th, 1981

fm broadcast

00. Intro
01. Spiritual Passion
02. Tell Me When My Light Turns Green
03. Burn It Down
04. Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartache
05. Soon
06. Plan B
07. Geno
08. Respect
09. Until I Believe in My Soul
10. Show Me
11. There, There, My Dear
12. Your Own (Liars A to B incomplete)

undertones live derry 1977

Derry, Ireland

from vinyl bootleg "Unearthed"

01.Undercover Lover (Kids In Glass Houses cover)
02.There She Goes (Velvet Underground cover)
03.All By Myself (Heartbreakers cover)
04.Incendiary Device (Johnny Moped cover)
05.Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue (Ramones cover)
06.You´re Gonna Miss Me (13th Floor Elevators cover)
07.I Feel Alright (Stooges cover)
08.Jimmy Jimmy

elvis costello live manchester 1977

Elvis Costello and the Attractions
July 21, 1977
Rafters Club
Manchester, UK

01. Pay It Back
02. Radio Sweetheart
03. No Dancing
04. Lipstick Vogue
05. Watching The Detectives
06. Miracle Man
07. Alison
08. Blame It On Cain
09. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
10. (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea
11. Sneaky Feelings
12. The Beat
13. Waiting For The End Of The World
14. Night Rally
15. Mystery Dance
16. Less Than Zero
17. I'm Not Angry
18. Lip Service
19. No Action
20. Crawling To The USA
21. pre-gig interview by Paul Morley


stiff little fingers live 2012

Stiff Little Fingers
The Assembly
Leamington Spa
27th March 2012


01. Go For It (intro)
02. Wasted Life
03. Fade Away
04. At The Edge
05. Guitar And Drum
06. Nobody's Hero
07. Bits Of Kids
08. Since Yesterday Was Here
09. Barbed Wire Love
10. Silver Lining
11. Can't Get Away With That
12. Safe As Houses



01. Roots, Radicals, Rockers and Reggae
02. Strummerville
03. Fly The Flag
04. Straw Dogs
05. Band Intro's and Suspect Device
06. Tin Soldiers
07. Encore
08. Johnny Was
09. Encore 2
10. Alternative Ulster
11. Gotta Gettaway


the first time...with mick jones 6music podcast

For many people The Clash were the greatest band of all time - they took the sprit and anger of the Sex Pistols and combined it with a idealism and passionate political righteousness that's never been matched. They broke the fleeting template of punk, by finding international success, absorbing a host of different influences and in doing so, producing a collection of great albums in their decade-long career - a collection that includes at least one genuine classic in London Calling.
At the helm of the band were the late great Joe Strummer - and this week's guest on The First Time, the mighty Mick Jones.
Mick talks Matt Everitt through the history of his years with The Clash - the birth of their gang mentality, their love of musical experimentation and his eventual split from the group (something which clearly still smarts), while also looking back on his early life as a rock n roller (even though his first musical memory was the Coldstream Guards) and the formation of the groundbreaking (and newly reformed) Big Audio Dynamite, as well as his work as a producer with bands including The Libertines and his experiences as a key member of Damon Albarn's multi-headed multimedia simian supergroup Gorillaz.


Thursday, 19 April 2012

paul weller radio 2 in concert (dab) 5th april 2012

paul weller live on radio 2 (dab source) also included in this download is steve lamacq's rock collage (tracks 20,21)which has weller talking about the small faces and was broadcast later on the same night and the last track is weller paying tribute to jim marshall this was recorded from radio 4's front row programme

paul weller
radio 2 in concert
broadcast 05/04/2012

01 programme intro
02 interview
03 concert intro
04 from the floorboards up
05 around the lake
06 the attic
07 all i wanna do
08 stanley road
09 dragonfly
10 dangerous age
11 foot of the mountain
12 kling i klang
13 no tears to cry
14 wake up the nation
15 moonshine
16 drifters
17 changing man
18 you do something to me
19 peices of a dream

steve lamacq rock collage
broadcast 05/04/2012

20 rock collage intro
21 weller talks small faces

front row radio 4
broadcast 05/04/2012

22 jim marshall tribute


thanks to steve jones for the artwork

the stone roses hacienda 15th august 1985

audio rip from the video.

The Stone Roses

15th August 1985

01 Fall
02 Heart On The Staves
03 So Young
04 I Wanna Be Adored
05 Here It Comes
06 All I Want
07 Mission Impossible
08 Getting Plenty
09 Tell Me


vaccines 6 music session 13/12/2010 (re upped on minus)

this is the first ever radio session
by the vaccines  13/12/2010

marc riley 6 music session

01 if you wanna
02 norgaard
03 interview
04 post break up sex
05 interview
06 wreckin bar


+ glastonbury 2011 video


the stone roses 9 miles high bootleg

1. "I Wanna Be Adored" (Hacienda, Manchester; Feb. 27, 1989)
2. "Elephant Stone" (Demo)
3. "Ten Storey Love Song" (Arena, Sheffield; Dec. 27, 1995)
4. "Daybreak" (Festival Internacional, Benicassim, Spain; Aug. 2, 1996)
5. "Tears" (Ice Rink, Whitley Bay, UK; Dec. 16, 1995)
6. "Where Angels Play" (Tokyo; Oct. 1989)
7. "Sally Cinnamon" (Luxor, Germany; Oct. 10, 1989)
8. "Sugar Spun Sister" (Demo)
9. "Going Down" (Demo)
10. "Mersey Paradise" (Empress Ballroom, Blackpool, UK; Aug. 12, 1989)
11. "Fools Gold" (Spike Island, Widnes, UK; May 27, 1990)
12. "This Is the One" (International II, Manchester; 1988
13. "Begging You" (Stockholm, Sweden; Apr. 20, 1995)
14. "I Am the Resurrection" (De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK; Dec. 7, 1995)


the making of london calling

steve lamaq talking to The Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon about the making of London Calling.

broadcast 18/04/2012


liz kershaw interviews nigel blackwell 6music 14th april 2012

liz kershaw interviews nigel from half man half biscuit
on 6music 14th april 2012