Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Dennis Brown at the legendary Apollo Theater in NYC

 A dose of Dennis at the Apollo Theater, NYC (click)

Recommended REGGAE Streams

Some great new vibes streaming from Rasjohnmon's RadioReggae ...


Saturday, September 22, 2012

Great Bruce Springsteen Show from Philly

B R U C E !!!  August 1978 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia... Enjoy!

See the entire list of great concerts at

Monday, September 17, 2012

Cultural Fusion Jukebox and Vidoes

Bob Marley Dortmund Germany show needs to be fixed but there are a collection of very good videos on display at or - you'll get to the same place with either link.  Check out the Jukebox Player for an eclectic mix of great tunes from all over....  enjoy and spread the word!  Much Thanks and Happy Listening!! - Music and Videos

Sunday, September 09, 2012

This week's Top Concerts (most GB's Streamed)

Coldplay continues to top the chart but we have added a couple of dozen great new shows to the archives over the last couple of weeks.  Here's a link to the top 50 streams from the last 7 days at (CLICK HERE)

Newly posted shows:

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Alejandro Escovedo at The Continental Club in Austin, TX

A New Top Pick  - you will like this show!


Source: soundboard

1. This Bed Is Getting Crowded
2. Anchor
3. Tender Heart
4. Chelsea Hotel '78
5. My Name Is Horizontal
6. Too Many Tears*
7. Sister Lost Soul
8. Sensitive Boys-> Band Intros
9. Castanets
10. Miss You
11. Beast Of Burden

*New song played especially for this show.

This show is particularly meaningful as the performance was only 4 days after Mike’s wife Lajuan passed away after a very short, and a very brave, battle with cancer.  As you’ll hear, Alejandro dedicates “Sister Lost Soul” and “Sensitive Boys” to Mike and his daughter, Jenny.  Both Mike and Jenny were at the show, surrounded by the love of friends and their “Austin family”.

At the beginning of “Sister Lost Soul”, Alejandro starts the song and then has to stop briefly to compose himself before starting the song again.  Alejandro was best man when Mike and Lajuan were married on the banks of the Blanco River in Wimberley TX.

As with nearly every performance, Alejandro and Boys play with a tremendous amount of energy and emotion.  This night, however, must have been a difficult night for everyone involved.  The intensity of the performance is quite evident from the very moment the band hits the stage.

It was recorded by Big Ben Richardson.  Big Ben works sound at The Continental Club in addition to being Alejandro’s tour manager.  He also does FOH sound for all of their road shows when not touring with his own band “Grady.”

The linage would therefore be something like soundboard>unknown>cdr>foobar>flac (level 5).  I used Trader’s Little Helper to create the checksums and torrent.

Thanks as always to Mike for the recordings and for all he does for us!

Sunday, August 12, 2012

New Concert Streams

Greetings - just loaded up some great new concert streams:

  • two nights of vintage New Riders of the Purple Sage at the Fillmore East in 1971 with Jerry Garcia on pedal steel guitar! (they opened the two shows for the Dead).
  • nice Robert Plant and Band of Joy
  • Jason Mraz from July 2007 at The Backyard_Dagmar_Ootmarsum_Netherlands
  • I think it was the only time they traveled to play in the UK - check out a great show by Railroad Earth in Glasgow, Scotland
  • Dr. John in Germany this summer (2012)
  • a mesmerizing show by Toubab Krewe from February 2006 in Charlotte, NC
Lots more.... ENJOY!  Send people link to

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Another Great Rasjohnmon Mix

Cool Runnin's Mon!  Have Some Mercy

Grateful Dead at Miami Pop Festival Dec. 29, 1968

This really is a classic set from The Grateful Dead.  Part of the New Year's Run of shows. Before the band headed back to California for the New Year's Eve show at the Fillmore, they played an outdoor show at Gulfstream Park (horse racing track) in Hallandale Beach, Florida on December 29, 1968.

The Miami Pop Festival was the name of two different music festivals that took place in 1968 at Gulfstream Park, a horse racing track in HallandaleFlorida (now called Hallandale Beach), just north of Miami.
The first Miami Pop event took place May 18–19, 1968. An estimated 100,000 people attended this concert, which was promoted by Richard O'Barry & Michael Lang, later famous as promoter ofWoodstock. Bands featured at the festival included SteppenwolfThe Jimi Hendrix ExperienceThe Mothers of InventionBlue Cheer and the Crazy World of Arthur Brown. Jimi Hendrix performed "Fire", "Foxy Lady", "Getting my heart back together" and "Purple Haze". Sunday's concert was rained out and because of this, Hendrix wrote "Rainy Day, Dream Away." Chuck BerryThe Blues ImagePacific Gas and Electric and Three Dog Night also performed. The opening act on the main stage on Saturday was a little-known group called The Package and the closing act on that same stage was Jimi Hendrix.
The second Miami Pop Festival was held December 28–30, 1968 at Gulfstream. It was promoted by Tom Rounds, who had previously promoted the seminal Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival on Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California. True to its name, Miami Pop II emphasized a lighter, "Top 40" style of music including Procol HarumThe TurtlesThe Grass RootsThree Dog NightJose FelicianoThe Blues Image and The Box Tops. More "serious" veins of music were represented by the Paul Butterfield Blues BandHugh MasekelaPacific Gas and ElectricFleetwood MacRichie HavensThe Sweet InspirationsJoni MitchellJr. Walker & The AllstarsThe McCoysSweetwaterThe James Cotton Blues BandCanned HeatThe Charles Lloyd QuartetBooker T. & the M.G.'sIan & SylviaCountry Joe and The FishBuffy St. MarieSteppenwolfThe Amboy Dukes and Iron Butterfly; rounding things out were Chuck Berry's roots rock, the picking of Flatt and Scruggs, jamming from the Grateful Dead, smooth nightclub stylings by Marvin Gaye, raucous soul from Joe Tex, and covering a range from hard rock to folk.[1] Many of these musicians were cast as superheroes in a commemorative comic book distributed at the festival.