Monday, November 27, 2006

Chris Cornell - Unplugged In Sweden July 9 2006

What more needs to be said? A great singer/songwriter performing some if his favorite songs on acoustic guitar - nuff said. Listen especially to the covers of 'Billie Jean' and 'Redemption Song' as well as the Soundgarden classics here. Hope you all enjoy.

1. Doesn't Remind Me
2. Like A Stone
3. Wide Awake
4. Fell On Black Days
5. Be Yourself
6. Billie Jean
7. Original Fire
8. Redemption Song/Peace Love And Understanding
9. All Night Thing
10. Black Hole Sun
11. Call Me A Dog
12. Thank You

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DaddyRich said...

Rob said...

Looks great but....

can't open file, syntax error, what that?

Thanks for all the tunes

Toothwaste said...

I´ve been listening to this recorsing for some months now, It´s in my top5 of favorite albums of this year, almost too good to be a bootleg.
Everyone should listen to it.

Thanx 4d share

Mr. Mister said...

I got the "syntax error" as well. It said some crap about MACOSX if I recall correctly. Hopefully, you'll get it figured out because that sounds like it would be a great listen!

Anonymous said...

I was so thrilled to see this appearing on a great blog I'm checking almost every day. But, Alas, I can't unzip it either

DaddyRich said...

damn, I think I will try to change the name to a more platable format for everyone. I use a Mac and have no problems with these files after re-re downloading them. Someone has written about my use of certain punctuation in the file names, I will try and do this tomorrow. Thanks for coming by - I hope you found something that works for you.

Anonymous said...

you just repair the win.rarfile with tools and than extract de rebuilt one that's all!!!

Anonymous said...


Fu Manchimp said...

I'm not very good at this. I've tried a variety of .zip repair programmes to no avail and i've run out of ideas. Would appreciate any hints on how to crack open the great music inside. :)

Anonymous said...

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uchakip said...

For "Fu Manchimp"
This is how I got around it without tools : you open the file with winrar and you navigate to the files. When you double-click on the .mp3 file it starts playing with Mediaplayer. You go to the "File" menu and "Save" the file. Yes, it's a bit laborious and you have to do it one file at a time, but it worked for me.

Anonymous said...

Also, if you're using WinRAR, open the .zip file and rename the folder to remove the : characters from inside WinRAR.

Then you can start extracting files successfully.

Anonymous said...

Or try downloading this version, which has had the folder renaming done already: