Welcome - About Live and Loud!

Live and Loud! began as a fortnightly internet radio show in 2012 taking old unreleased live concert recordings I could find and working to repair and improve them - fixing tape hiss, noise, tape drop out, clicks, speed variations, defects - before improving the sound quality by EQing the sound to bring out the instruments as clearly as possible. These are now made directly available to download for free to reach as many fans of the music as possible.

Depending on the quality of the original recording, these can often be made to sound almost like commercial recordings - but of course I can't guarantee that for every show. What I can guarantee is it will sound far better than the original files available which have been floating around the internet and on bootleg recordings for many years.

Almost all are either "soundboard" recordings (taken directly from the mixing desk used at the gig on the night) or old FM radio recordings. A few gigs, if they are of special historical importance, make an appearance even if they were recorded from the audience - these can also be made to sound better than ever.

Do your ears a favour and listen on headphones or good speakers to get most benefit - laptop speakers will always sound pretty poor by comparison.

All shows still available are listed, including a link to download the remastered show for free. If you want to support the site with a small donation, you can receive the shows as either separate MP3s or FLACs (your choice) - head over to the Rewards for Donations page and see how you can get a lot for very little!

If you want to email me, an email link is in my profile in a link in the side panel.

And finally... These are great fun to listen to but DO NOT replace original releases - support these artists and buy their music.
There is nothing you can go and buy in a regular record store here. If a gig is made available as a regular release, then it will be removed (as a couple have been already).

Thursday, 26 December 2019

More Download Links Now Ad-Free (Shows 81-100)

As per the previous 2 posts, I've been working on getting the links ad-free again. Shows 1-80 are listed in those previous posts and now 81-100 (plus the first 3 radio sessions I repaired too) have been done.

These are listed below for ease of reference; so if there are any you want, grab them free of those damn ad popups...! Just search for the artist name down the right of the page to bring up all shows by them. Only the Skids show from these has been revisited recently (highlighted in bold), so if you missed that new version, grab it now:

Show 81: Tears For Fears - Live at Hammersmith Palais London - 18 April 1983
Show 82: Split Enz - Live at Hammersmith Odeon London - 27 September 1980
Show 83: Vangelis - Live in Rotterdam - 18 June 1991
Show 84: Devo - Live at Wollman Skating Rink Central Park New York - 21 July 1980
Show 85: Thomas Dolby - Live at Dominion Theatre London - 28 February 1984
Show 86: The Human League - Live at Festival of Fools Amsterdam - 10 June 1980
Show 87: David Bowie - Live At The Public Auditorium Cleveland - 25 November 1972

Radio Prog 1: Nash The Slash CBC FM August 1979

Show 88: Gary Numan - Live At The Ritz Theatre New York - 26 Oct 1982
Show 89: Jean Michel Jarre - La Defense Paris - 14 July 1990
Show 90: Duran Duran - Capitaine Video Club Paris - 8 September 1981
Show 91: Crowded House - Bottom Line New York - 22 March 1987

Radio Prog 2: Kraftwerk: HR1 Frankfurt Radio Concert 25 January 1974

Show 92: Sisters of Mercy - Trojan Horse The Hague - 26 May 1984
Show 93: Blancmange - The Paradiso Amsterdam - 9 April 1983

Radio Prog 3: Depeche Mode: BBC Studio Session 11 June 1981
 
Show 94: The Skids - The Odeon, Edinburgh - 7 September 1979
Show 95: Dramatis - Paris Theatre London - May 1982
Show 96: Fatal Charm - Paris Theatre London - 1981
Show 97: Average White Band - Belmont Park New York - 23 July 1978
Show 98: Yellow Magic Orchestra - Shinjuku Kouseinenkin Hall, Tokyo - 7 May 1980
Show 99: Ultravox - Live on German TV - 1976 or 1977
Show 100: Depeche Mode - Paris Theatre London - 10 Feb 1982

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