Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves
North Star Bar
Jan. 16, 2011
Master AUD recording
**mp3 samples provided (as always) in the Comments section**
Here's another nice recording thanks to our main man, Tony (a/k/a imageman2005). I previously shared a June 2010 Paperboy show from the North Star Bar that Tony recorded, and compariing the two shows, the setlist is unfortunately pretty similar. However, if you don't have the June 11 show already, then this one should do the trick.
For the uninitiated, Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves sound reminiscent of the R&B/Soul greats from yesteryear: Smokey Robinson, Wilson Pickett, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Al Green, etc. The only "catch" is that Eli's a white, 20-something Jewish kid from Brookline, Massachusetts.
As I wrote on the earlier torrent, Eli "Paperboy" Reed & The True Loves aren't necessarily ORIGINAL, but their music sure is a lot of fun! Check 'em out!
02. Ace Of Spades (Motörhead cover)
03. Name Calling
04. Help Me
05. I'm Gonna Break Every Heart I Can (Merle Haggard cover)
06. Pick A Number
07. Stake Your Claim
08. Tell Me What I Wanna Hear >
09. Twistin' The Night Away
11. Just Like Me
12. Crack Symphony (The True Loves instrumental)
13. Time Will Tell
14. Young Girl
15. Come And Get It
16. Encore callback
17. (Doin' The) Boom Boom (includes band intros)
Running time: Approx. 70 minutes
Edirol R09-HR (with Sony mic ECM 719) > WAV > CD Wave (for tracking) >
Nero wave editor** > FLAC FrontEnd (SB-aligned) > FLAC
** Editing (of WAV file):
1) Used Nero's wave editor to: (1) add a small fade-in/fade-out on the first/last tracks, (2) remove a few small "pops" in the first two tracks, and (3) raised the overall volume of the entire show
If you like the show, please post a comment on the show's board. It takes a lot longer to record and share a show than it does to download one. And once again please consider thanking imageman2005 for recording and sharing this nice show with all of us.
Recorded and generously donated by imageman2005,
prepared and uploaded on DIME by TheCommish