Cardinals unreleased recordings 2006–2007


#44

Before anyone tries to pin anything else on Ryan, I saw Brad Pemberton two days ago, and he’s fine.


#45

Maybe he meant Neal Cassal.


#46

That’s what I meant but that wasn’t it, sorry, not clear!


#47

I was trying to appologise for so plainly stating that misconception. I am not a native English speaker and obviously not one to be trusted with fact-checking (I guess that my hazy memories have been further corrupted after reading about the biterness vented by some of the family members.) But, once again, a horrible and sloppy post that should be killed and killed with fire - truly sorry (and somewhat ashamed).


#48

Not much happening there, huh?


#49

it’s okay. dan eats pieces of shit for breakfast.


#52

It’s true, nothing one reads on the internet is ever true. Or is it? Are any of you real? Why the hell have I been living my life according to all the advice on here? Now you tell me!


#54

including you.


#55

Not much happening there at all really. It’s almost a ghost town. It’s understandable though. There really isn’t much to discuss. Folks have been discussing this unreleased stuff for ages. It’s either not out there or if it is out there it’s not being shared. Same old, same old. Unless some of this shit turns up…there’s not much else to discuss.


#56

I like the shoutbox. :+1:


#57

The shoutbox is a cool idea. This is a follow-up question from another thread that I’ve seem to forgotten which thread it is…but have you reconsidered picking up where you quit on WandaVision? I really feel like it got so much better after episode three.


#58

Yes, if more people used it, it would be fun like the good ol’ days of RAA but it looks like I’m the one who’s used it the most… :rofl: but anyway…
Yes! I did think about watching WandaVision again after you said that it got better and then I forgot all about it! I just checked and the last episode I watched was 4 and that one did get better especially with Jimmy Woo showing up.
I’ve got it and I’ll make sure to watch it when I have the time.
Thanks for reminding me! :heart:


#59

This topic got me looking back at the Bedhead Series (Live Fan Compilations). I’m looking for the track list for Bedhead 6 (2006-2007) Disc five only. I’ve tracked everything else down. Just the track list is all I’m seeking. I don’t need a download or anything. Thanks!!


#60

It is quite a challenge to make some sense of the sessions that preceded ET. If I remember correctly, Jamie C (or was it Ryan) said something like that the Cardinals cut about 50 songs in a few days to make a record that would please LH wishes about a Heartbreaker-style album. I guess RAT Classics Vol II could represent about a third of those tracks.
Then, is there a RAT vol I (or is the title a Traveling Wilburys kind of joke?)? And I have also heard about (but not heard-heard) an album called “Color Bars” – which has haunted my dreams ever since – that sounds like it could have been made out of the ET recordings, but that is just wild speculation on my part.

I guess that there are also strong connections with the alleged (and shelved) “Star Wars” and “War & Peace” albums. If anyone also has intel on the connections, including the track-list for “Star Wars” (W&P is on discogs), etc. I would, of course, be very grateful.


#61

Some hidden synapse of mine recalled that I had this saved in my email somewhere:

  1. Hard Way To Fall
  2. Twenty Nine
  3. Jam > Kill the Lights
  4. City Rain, City Streets
  5. Hello Gracie
  6. Ultra Violet Light
  7. Caribbean Queen (Billy Ocean cover)
  8. Robot Fuck
  9. Wasteland
  10. Everything In Its Right Place (Radiohead cover)
  11. Dear John “Woody Harrelson’s Larry Flynt on a Bad Trip” remix
  12. Judy Garland (f/k/a She Turns It Up To Ten)
  13. No
  14. “We Are Harmonizing On Something” Jam
  15. The Wizard (Black Sabbath cover)
  16. Happy Birthday
  17. Houses On The Hill (Whiskeytown cover )
  18. Kisses Star Wars
  19. Cemetery Hill
  20. Star Wars

Good thing I’m still reading this site…


#62

Thanks!!


#63

[EDIT] Misunderstood.


#64

my recollection is that track list was never provided nor meant to be because it was all stuff during soundcheck…there’s a fucking stellar and killer version of Houses On The Hill in there.


#65

yep…here ya go:
RyanAdamsArchive.com proudly presents…

Ryan Adams and The Cardinals - Bedhead VI

DISC 1

February 14, 2006 - Sage Center, Gateshead, UK

  1. Don’t Get Sentimental On Me
  2. Let It Ride
  3. Two

February 15, 2006 - Academy, Glasgow, UK
4. Everything Dies

February 17, 2006 - Nottingham Royal Centre, Nottingham, UK
5. My Love For You Is Real
6. The Hardest Part

February 18, 2006 - The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK
7. Map

February 20, 2006 - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
8. Memphis
9. A Thunderstorm Destroyed Your Trailer Park (improv)
10. Baby, I’m A Fool For You
11. The End

February 21, 2006 - Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
12. Damn, Sam (I Love A Woman That Rains)
13. Hey There, Mrs. Lovely
14. Rosebud
15. Trains

February 24, 2006 - Apollo Victoria Theatre, London, UK
16. Lighthouses

April 24, 2006 - Roseland Theater, Portland, OR
17. Who Were We?
18. Stella Blue (Grateful Dead)*

Ryan Adams (Vocals / Guitar / Piano / Harmonica)
Phil Lesh (Guitar)*

DISC 2

June 23, 2006 - Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY

  1. Cherry Lane

July 20, 2006 - Starland Ballroom, Sayreville, NJ
2. Martians From Outer Space (improv)
3. Two Hearts

July 22, 2006 - The Norva, Norfolk, VA
4. Mining Town
5. Everybody Knows

July 23, 2006 - Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA
6. Shakedown On 9th Street >
7. Franklin’s Tower (Grateful Dead) >
8. I See Monsters
9. Streets Of Baltimore (Gram Parsons)

July 25, 2006 - Bijou Theatre, Knoxville, TN
10. Silver Bullets
11. Rip Off
12. A Song For You (Gram Parsons)

August 1, 2006 - The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
13. He’s Gone (Grateful Dead)

August 3, 2006 - The Vogue, Indianapolis, IN
14. Mockingbird >
15. 29 > Mockingbird
16. Hickory Wind (The Byrds / Gram Parsons)

Ryan Adams (Vocals / Guitar / Piano)
Neal Casal (Guitar / Vocals)
Jon Graboff (Pedal Steel / Guitar / Background Vocals)
Brad Pemberton (Drums)
Catherine Popper (Bass / Background Vocals)

DISC 3

September 17, 2006 - End Of The Road Festival, Salisbury, UK

  1. Egyptology* >
  2. Bruce Wayne* >
  3. Goodnight Rose* >
  4. Bartering Lines*

September 18, 2006 - Bush Hall, London, UK
5. Oh My God, Whatever, Etc.
6. Funny Face
7. Arkham Asylum

September 19, 2006 - The Borderline, London, UK
8. Neal Casal Went To Pee Just Now (improv)
9. Your Teeth Dissolve In A Jar Of Diet Coke (improv)

September 22, 2006 - Glasgow Academy, Glasgow, UK
10. Afraid Not Scared

September 24, 2006 - Rock City, Nottingham, UK
11. Groovy & Sweet & Low Sunday Sermon >
12. Robot Fuck
13. Hans Solo’s Medicine Cabinet >
14. To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)

September 25, 2006 - Birmingham Academy, Birmingham, UK
15. Breakdown Into The Resolve

September 27, 2006 - Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK
16. 21st Century Wars >

September 28, 2006 - Manchester Academy, Manchester, UK
17. Holy Diver (Dio)
18. Why Don’t They Play All The Hits? (DJ Reggie)

September 30, 2006 - Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK
19. Shakespeare Rumble In Da Bronx (DJ Reggie)

October 3, 2006 - Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
20. Egg Machines >
21. untitled

October 5, 2006 - Cirque Royale, Brussels, Belgium
22. Icy Wizard Fantasy Balloon

DISC 4

October 5, 2006 - Cirque Royale, Brussels, Belgium

  1. Cold Roses
  2. Caribbean Queen (Billy Ocean) >
  3. Disco Duck (Rick Dees) >
  4. Wharf Rat (Grateful Dead) >
  5. Hard Time Situation

October 6, 2006 - Kantine, Koln, Germany
6. Laser Parade
7. Way To Go Brad >
8. Halloween Head

October 9, 2006 - The Docks, Hamburg, Germany
9. Party Clown

October 10, 2006 - Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark
10. Willow Jane (Neal Casal)

October 13, 2006 - Berns, Stockholm, Sweden
11. Judy Garland

October 14, 2006 - KB, Malmo, Sweden
12. One Of Us Is The Sucker (And The Other One Gets To Play) >

October 17, 2006 - Das Haus, Ludwigshafen, Germany
13. Wild Flowers
14. Blue Hotel >
15. Hallelujah
16. She Wants To Play Hearts

October 21, 2006 - Mandella Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
17. Trouble On Wheels

October 22, 2006 - Olympia, Dublin, Ireland
18. Peaceful Valley >
19. Fever Breakdown
20. Typecast

October 24, 2006 - The Black Box, Galway, Ireland
21. Tears Of Gold

Ryan Adams (Vocals / Guitar / Piano)
Neal Casal (Guitar / Vocals)
Chris Feinstein (Bass / Background Vocals)
Jon Graboff (Pedal Steel / Guitar / Mandolin / Background Vocals)
Brad Pemberton (Drums)
Jolie Holland (Violin)*

DISC 5

With kind permission, recorded at soundcheck USA/Europe 2006

INFO

Live Mix/FOH: Jon Carter, Dave K., and Matt Svobodny

Collectively Taped By: Thomas Bauer, Johan Bjernick, Sebastian Boschert, John Carlin, Jon Carter, John Christinat, Jerry C., Craig Davis, Christian Faerber, Jon Ice, Martin Medley, Richard Murray, Mark P., Christian Spiess, Joel Swaney, Kevin Wathen, Gary Watson, Thomas Willer, BNZ, IJ, Jamie, and we probably missed some others.

Track Selection: John Carlin, John Christinat, MK Sheikh, Joel Swaney, Kevin Wathen, and members of RyanAdamsArchive.com

Mix and Mastering: Joel Swaney

Artwork: John Carlin and Joel Swaney

Very big thanks to Ryan Adams, The Cardinals, and crew for their kindness and generosity!

This is the sixth in the series which now comprises:

  • Bedhead (1-3)
  • Live Is Hell (4-7)
  • Live RockNRoll (8-10)
  • After The Fall (11-14)
  • What Will Happen Next? (15-19)
  • VI (20-23)

#66

nice @excowbyoy!!!

i’ve never had that tracklist…now i can still not add it to my current one cause i could care fucking less!!!