Thursday, June 26, 2008

Almost Independence Day (redux)


The Fourth of July is almost here.
I'm on hiatus until further notice.

Download:


"Almost Independence Day" mp3
THIS TRACK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
by Van Morrison, 1972.
available on Saint Dominic's Preview

"4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" (alternate take) mp3
by Bruce Springsteen, 1973.
available on Genuine Tracks
bootleg

"Fourth of July" mp3
by Dave Alvin, 1987.
available on Romeo's Escape

"4th of July" (demo) mp3
by X, 1986.
available on Beyond and Back: The X Anthology

"Fourth of July" mp3
by Galaxie 500, 1990.
available on This Is Our Music

top photo:© Ted Barron God Bless America, Slab City, California, 2004.

4 comments:

blue skies said...

Awesome! thanks. Every fourth of july I look through my collection for the Dave Alvin song, but my search gets me nowhere. Now I can finally, once again, listen to it.

Anonymous said...

http://rockintheblues.xooit.com
is back

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Hi Ted,

On behalf of Exile Productions and Exile Publishing, we would kindly ask you not to post pirate copies of Van Morrison albums / tracks on your site.

We do appreciate that you are fans of / are promoting Van, but Exile would greatly appreciate your co-operation in removing your links to the pirate files in question.

For your readers’ info, up-to-the-minute info on Van’s latest album - Keep It Simple - and 2008 shows is, of course, available on www.vanmorrison.com and www.myspace.com/vanmorrison and, for a limited period, you can still see Van's exclusive BBC sessions at http://www.bbc.co.uk/musictv/vanmorrison/video/ . We’re also pleased to announce that an increasing archive of exclusive film footage of Van Morrison performances has now been made available for fans on Exile’s official YouTube channel at http://uk.youtube.com/user/OfficialExileFilms.

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Ted Barron said...

Web Sheriff,

The track in question has been removed.

BWF