Dear "Dime" Members,
Here we are once again with more uncirculated Audience Masters & FM Broadcasts from our friends in Europe.
It's been a little while and we still have a lot more to share in this series(WTE).
As usual, be prepared for some strange and interesting bands and recordings.
And of course some time honored "Classic" bands as well!

Once again i would like to ask those that still have such "treasures" tucked away,
to please consider sharing them the way these generous people have.
None of us are getting any younger and what good will any of your recordings be when you're DEAD!

So Ladies & Gentleman, Boys & Girls, Brothers & Sisters,
For your entertainment & "earjoyment"
I present to you;


"Open Air Festival"
Bodensee Stadion
Konstanz, West Germany

Recorded by; "Doctor Robert"

Recorded on; Hitachi Low Noise Cassettes>ITT Schaub-Lorenz:SL54 Automatic>Philips Mic EL 3782

Recording provided by; "William Tell"

Uploaded by; "Lucifer Burns"

See IMPORTANT lineage notes below*


1. To The Rescue (Wet Putso)
2. Whiskey Moan
3. I Love You So
4. New Mexico Song
5. Bad Blood Mama
6. Gotta Be Satisfied
7. She's My Little Baby
8. High Again
9. Cheese (Cut)
10. High Again

Special thanks to Dime Member "Zubbid" for help with the song titles as well as the musicians line up!


STEVE HAYTON - Guitar/Vocals
CLIF CARRISON - Drums/Vocals

DADDY LONGLEGS formed in 1968, they released their first album in March 1970 and played a mixture of blues and rock with country influences.
Stephen Miller of Caravan played on their first albums.
Daddy Longlegs originally formed in 1968 with a line-up of Steve Hayton (guitar/vocals), Cliff Carrison (drums) and Kurt Palomaki (bass/clarinet) in their native America, but moved to England in 1969.
They signed to Warner Brothers, recruited vocalist Mo Armstrong, and released the single, "High Again"/"To The Rescue" (WB 8012) and the "Daddy Longlegs" LP (WB 3004)
With both Armstrong and Hayton leaving soon after, Carrison and Palomaki recruited vocalist/pianist Pete Arnesen and guitarist/vocalist Gary "Norton" Holderman and became one of the first American acts to sign to Vertigo Records.
The 12-track "Oakdown Farm" LP was released in 1971 (6360 038) and has remained a collectors item ever since.
Arnesen left soon after the LP, teaming up with ex-Gracious bassist Tim Wheatley to form the more pop-based Taggett.
Holderman, Palomaki and Carrison decided not to replace him and, signing to Polydor Records, released 1972's "The Three Musicians" LP (Polydor 2371261)
Though by the time of the "Shifting Sands" LP (Polydor 2371323) Palomaki had left and the constant personnel changes that had dogged Daddy Longlegs career finally brought the band to an end.~

*Here is the orignal lineage for the die-hard collector as well as the average listener;

Hitachi Low Noise Master Cassettes>Nakamichi 682 ZX Cassette Tape deck(normal eq/no noise reduction)>Tascam FireOne>iMac 3.06 GHz Intel Core Duo>Audacity>normalize>FLAC>DIME

Feel free to remaster or matrix the show and to provide artwork (please naming source and all involved) � and then please RE-SEED here on DIME and share!

Please thank the gentleman that recorded the show; "Doctor Robert" and his friend "William Tell" for providing the "raw file".