Sunday, May 9, 2021



For everyone who has problems or doesn't know how to unpack z01, z02, files, follow this simple procedure: install the latest version of winzip or winrar, open only the zip files (ignore z01, z02 etc...), select the content and extract somewhere. That's all.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Simple Minds - 1995-09-10 - Glasgow, Scotland (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall,
Glasgow, Scotland.
10th September 1995.
Broadcast live on BBC Radio.

Broadcast live on BBC FM Radio> Marantz ST-72L Tuner (with rooftop aerial) & Audiolab 8000A Amplifier> Sony TCD-D7 (Portable DAT Recorder, 16-bit 48kHz)> Transferred to PC using GoldWave> Left and right channels balanced and volume maximized> FLAC Level 8, 16-bit 48kHz> You!

Jim Kerr: vocals
Charlie Burchill: guitars
Malcolm Foster: bass
Mark Taylor: keyboards
Mark Schulman: drums

01. She's A River
02. Up On The Catwalk
03. See The Lights
04. The American
05. Big Sleep
06. Great Leap Forward
07. Someone Somewhere (In Summertime)
08. Hypnotised
09. Let There Be Love
10. Belfast Child
11. Roadhouse Blues/Waterfront
12. Love Song
13. Alive And Kicking
14. And The Band Played On
15. Don't You (Forget About Me)
16. Sanctify Yourself

The recording of the concert was done using a high quality analogue interconnect as there was no digital output of the FM tuner. Also I do not have the accessory for the Sony DAT Recorder to do a digital transfer to PC. Again I used a high quality analogue interconnect for this.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Pink Floyd - 1977-06-27 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd - 1977-06-27 Boston Garden, Boston, MA, USA (PRRPSAE009) 2 source stereo

Taper 1: Steve Hopkins
Location: FOB

Sony ECM-99a > Sony TC-158SD > cass[master] >DAT[?] > cdr[?] > EAC > WAV > archived in shn

Source comment:
T.Mack (Yeeshkul): Almost certain this is a Master DAT clone and even if it's not, it's still damn good.
PRRP: Have a Cigar version is closer to proper speed but trails off after 18,000Hz more than this version. Both have step-wise processing artifact after 16,000Hz but Have a Cigar verion goes to zero and this version does not. This version is clipped and runs too fast but both problems were corrected.

Taper 2: Dan Lampinski
Location: Floor section CC, Row 20, Seat 4
Lineage : Two Nakamichi CM-300 Microphones > Nakamichi 550 Tape Recorder > Master Cassette > Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction > M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 > CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files > Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) > CDWAV (track breaks) > FLAC

David Gilmour - guitar, vocals
Roger Waters - bass, vocals
Richard Wright - keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason - drums, percussion
Dick Parry - saxophone
Snowy White - guitar

Set I
01 Sheep 11:29
02 Pigs On The Wing (Part 1) 1:26
03 Dogs 18:58
04 Pigs On The Wing (Part 2) 2:19
05 Pigs (Three Different Ones) 19:28
Total Time 53:40

Set 2
01 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (I-V) 13:17
02 Welcome To The Machine 8:34
03 Have A Cigar 5:06
04 Wish You Were Here 6:57
05 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (VI-IX) 22:10
06 Money 12:16
07 Us and Them 8:11
Total Time: 76:31

1. Correct clicks, pops and tape imperfections of each source
2. Match EQ and verify pitch in each source
3. Dynamics differed between sources so channels balanced, clipping repaired.
4. Sync sources and correct speed
5. Repair missing sections using material from alternate source to complete each recording.
7 gaps repaired in Hopkins restoring 6 minutes and 41 seconds to the recording.
7 gaps repaired in Lampinski restoring 1 minute and 18 seconds to the recording.
6. Create stereo field
7. Correct phasing and center sound
8. Adjust dynamics
9. Track

Limited stereo field noted in each source. This is improved by the 2-source blending process "As the Fear Grows" stated by one of the tapers at 5:15 of Sheep, Roger shouts '48' at 12:26 during 'Pigs (Three Different Ones).
In Lampinski source a strong whistle can be heard just before the beginning of Wish You Were Here. It is heard faintly in Hopkins.
Money guitar solo differs from typical performance, using interesting effects.
Roger announces "Us and Them"
Roger says "The perfect end to a perfect day" at the end of the performance

As The Fear Grows

Well, it's that time of the year again. Time to rejoice and celebrate another fruitful year in the life of the PRRP remastering group. Once more, our dedicated staff has made every possible effort to offer a good variety of exciting material to the ever growing progressive rock fan base. Over the years, the Special Anniversary Edition release has always been very special to us, its content carefully chosen to stand out from our regular programme of releases. This ninth edition of the anniversary special will be no exception to that rule. It features, for the first time in this instance, one of the most iconic bands in the history of rock music, the mighty Pink Floyd.

Pink Floyd is one of the most bootlegged bands in history, most of its tours widely documented in terms of high quality recordings, be it from radio or audience sources, and fans have been collecting these for over 40 years now. 'Most' is the key word here. Throughout these years, fans have desperately been searching for a high quality recording from the 1977 'Animals' tour. None of the shows from this tour was ever broadcast, and if Pink Floyd themselves have recorded some of them along the way, those must be surely kept under lock and key because no trace of such a recording has ever appeared anywhere, officially or not.

It is a well-known fact that this particular era in the band's life was not their favorite by far. Internal tensions were building up slowly, and although the 'Animals'album was a fine one in the end, it does however suggest that Roger Waters had already begun to take over as the main driving force behind the band. Shades of things to come. This new album was the beginning of a new phase in the band's existence, one that eventually drove Gilmour, Wright and Mason away from the Waters-driven Floyd. Even years later, when David Gilmour had resurrected the Pink Floyd name for two great albums and tours, it came as no surprise to see that none of the tracks from the 'Animals' album were ever included in the band's live sets.

Back in 1977, however, the band did embark on a long an gruelling tour to promote the album. Being the consummate perfectionists they always were, the band gave all that they had to offer fantastic and memorable live performances. Sadly, only a handful of the audience recordings that were made over the course of this turned out well, and those could only be granted a 'B' rating at best.

A short while ago, however, it was discovered that two young men from the Boston area, Dan Lampinski and Steve Hopkins, both known for the high quality of their audience recordings from the seventies, were at The Garden on June 27th, 1977, as Pink Floyd performed the 'Animals' show. Dan and Steve always used the best portable equipment available at the time, so both men achieved amazing results that night. After laying dormant for many years, these recordings were recently made available, and both received rave reviews from the fans.

Now here's the PRRP twist. Both of these recordings are truly good, separately. Each has its own merits, but is limited to a rather narrow acoustic field. Since the two tapers were sitting on opposite sides of the Garden, the PRRP sound engineer decided to combine the two recordings to try and increase the acoustic field. What you hold in your hands is the result of this meticulous and time-consuming process. This true labor of love was no waste of time by any means. The joining of the two recordings has not only widened the acoustic field, but also improved the overall sound and created a surprising stereo effect, which makes for a stunning listening experience. Only you, the fans, will be able to pass an unbiased judgment on this, but I personally believe this combined remaster to be the very best sounding 'Animals' tour recording EVER. Enjoy !


Notes from the Re-Master
What a great opportunity! Two high quality audience recordings of Pink Floyd during their wonderful 1977 tour. The Dan Lampinski team has provided us with his high quality source. The Steve Hopkins source has been available in various forms for a number of years. There has been some debate regarding the best source for the Hopkins recording. A presumed, master DAT clone was available on Yeeshkul as was a version called "Have a Cigar". Both showed some signs of probable high-frequency processing but the Cigar version frequency response drops close to zero while the master clone does not. For this reason, the master clone was used for this project.

Both recordings captured the full show but a number of gaps occurred in each. The largest gap was close to 5 minutes in the Hopkins recording during Shine On You Crazy Diamond part 6-9. Mr. Hopkins may have had to hide his equipment for security personnel at that time. Of course, for each gap, only one source was available but fortunately, all gaps were staggered so they were all filled using the other source. Since this is a two source stereo remaster, during the single source, gap filled segments, there is a noticeable change in the stereo field. This is particularly true during the long Hopkins gap. For the other smaller gaps, the change is brief.

Each recording was separately remastered. During the process, non-destructive repairs were made to clicks, pops and other tape imperfections. Pitch and frequency response/EQ were then compared and matched as close as possible. The dynamics of the two recordings differed greatly so calculations were made to match average and total power for each. The two recordings were then synchronized to the exact same run time. A stereo field was then created by blending the two sources together.

The individual recordings were each high quality but both had limited stereo field characteristics on their own. By combining the recordings, the overall stereo field was greatly expanded and better reproduced the experience that must have existed in the venue that night. Phasing was corrected and routines were used to center the sound in the stereo field. The final recording was then tracked using traditional tracking points.

PRRP Staff

Jackson Browne & David Lindley - 1978-04-21 - Columbia, SC (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Palm Meadows Benefit,
Township Auditorium,

source: sbd
Jerry Moore's cassette copy

lineage: unknown

nak dragon/b > tascam hd-p2 24/96 > pc > adobe audition 2.0 > cd wave > flac
transferred & seeded by Rob Berger July 2012

disc one:
01 - Come All Ye Fair And Tender Maidens
02 - Take It Easy
03 - Jamaica Say You Will
04 - Looking Into You
05 - Fountain Of Sorrow
06 - For Everyman
07 - Linda Paloma
08 - Cocaine
09 - Rosie//

disc two:
01 - //For A Dancer
02 - The Reel Of The Hanged One
03 - Crow On The Cradle
04 - Before The Deluge
05 - Running On Empty
06 - The Load Out >
07 - Stay
08 - The Pretender
09 - Will The Circle Be Unbroken*//

notes: * w/John Sebastian

Jefferson Airplane - 1969-11-xx - Utica, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM Broadcast FLAC)

unknown generation tape acquired through Goldmine a zillion years ago-> major speed correction in tape deck-> Sound Forge ->major patch in "Nothing" due to tape flip (gone, as they say), FLAC via TLH, level 6, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity checked

01 - Good Shepard (cut)
02 - Somebody To Love
03 - Uncle Sam Blues
04 - Have You Seen The Saucers
05 - Mexico
06 - Wooden Ships
07 - The Other Side Of This Life
08 - Nothing
09 - Fat Angel
10 - Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon
11 - Driftin' Around
12 - Greasy Heart
13 - The Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil

Run time 77m58s

One of the most elusive early JA shows, and a beauty to boot! This performance features an early version of "Mexico", plus some over-the-top moments.

David Bowie - Toy (STU/FLAC)

(vinyl rip - true lossless 11 songs)

Label: ISO /Columbia COL 5020001 1
Audio Source: Studio.
Lineage: LP --> Audacity --> WAV --> CEP2 --> FLAC 8

Number of Discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 49m 10s

Notes: Ripped from vinyl, declicked manually in CEP2, lineage checked for MP3 ancestry - CDDA 99% probable, (screenshots included in torrent)

Info: I bought this to see if thetracks were from the MP3 source, and was pleased to find they weren't. The LP arrived the same day as my replacement stylus, so this is a fresh transfer with a pristine needle.

Tracks missing from MP3 version circulating elsewhere

Baby Loves That Way (original track 3);
Conversation Piece (original track 5) and
You've Got a Habit Of Leaving (original track 11)

It goes without saying - if anyone DOES find a non MP3 source for the CD, please share.

01 - Uncle Floyd
02 - Afraid
03 - I Dig Everything
04 - Let Me Sleep Beside You
05 - Toy (Your Turn To Drive)
06 - Hole In The Ground
07 - Shadow Man
08 - In The Heat Of The Morning
09 - Silly Boy Blue
10 - Liza Jane
11 - The London Boys

David Bowie - 1995-11-xx - Borehamwood, UK (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Elstree Studios
Rehearsals Nov. 08-13

01-boys keep swinging
02-strangers when we meet
03-I'm Deranged
04-breaking glass
05-we prick you
06-night flights
07-my death
08-DJ (bowie vocal)
09-dj (vocal ?)

01-The Motel
02-Look back in anger
03-hearts filthy lesson
04-Scary monsters
05-The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty)
06-I Have Not Been to Oxford Town
08-ANdy Warhole
09-the man who sold the world

AC/DC - 1979-11-03 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon

Unknown audience recording > unknown fiddling about over the years > CD > flac > CDR > foobar > flac

Disc 1: 46:06

01. Live Wire 5:49
02. Shot Down In Flames 3:42
03. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be 4:10
04. Sin City 5:30
05. Walk All Over You 5:20
06. Bad Boy Boogie 12:05
07. The Jack 5:45
08. Highway To Hell 3:41

Disc 2: 38:37
01. Girls Got Rhythm 2:43
02. High Voltage 6:20
03. Whole Lotta Rosie 5:07
04. Rocker 11:48
05. If You Want Blood (You've Got It) 5:16
06. Let There Be Rock 7:20

Audience recording of AC/DC's performance at London's Hammersmith Odeon on 3 November 1979, part of the Highway To Hell UK Tour, supported by Def Leppard. The recording is good - a bit distant and unclear, but it improves as the show progresses. The show itself is very good, one of the rawer and better ones from the year, when the setlist became more predictable and the shows were in larger venues - the setlist for this one is no exception, but it sounds fresher and more spirited that a lot of shows from the tour. The band played 4 nights at Hammersmith Odeon, from the 1st to the 4th of November, and recordings have surfaced from the 2nd and 3rd shows.

Robert Plant & Jimmy Page - 1996-01-25 - Buenos Aires, ARG (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Jimmy Page/Robert Plant 
Venue; Ferro Carril Stadium 
City/State/Country; Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Date; 1996/01/25 

Source: Original Silver CD 
Lineage: Original silvers>EAC offset corrected, secure mode, 
test and copy>WAV>FLAC Frontend level 6 with verify>FLAC 

Bootleg Title: 1996 (No Label) 
File Size: 
WAV= 1079 MB 
FLAC= 648 MB 

Disc 1
01.Eastern Intro 
02.Wanton Song 
03.Bring It On Home 
05.Ramble On 
06.No Quarter 
07.Gallows Pole 
08.Since I've Been Loving You 
09.The Song Remains The Same 
10.Going To California 
11.Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 

Disc 2
01.Whole Lotta Love (includes Light My Fire,Break On Through,Dazed & Confused) 
02.Four Sticks 
04.Black Dog 
05.Rock And Roll 

Radio Broadcast Buenos Aires 1994/11/20 
6.I Can't Quit You 
7.I Can't Quit You (rehearsel) 
8.Dazed & Confused 

Roxy Music - 1974-11-27 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Palais des Congrès
Master Reel to reel

Europe 1 original reels > Teac A3340S > HD > SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Bryan Ferry - vocals, keyboards
Eddie Jobson - strings, keyboards, vocals
Andy MacKay - saxophone, oboe
Phil Manzanera - guitar, vocals
Paul Thompson - drums
John Wetton - bass, vocals

01.Out of the Blue
02.A Song For Europe
03.Three and Nine
04.If It Takes All Night
05.In Every Dream Home A Heartache
06.If There is Something (incl. Violin Solo Eddie Jobson)
07.All I Want Is You

TT 43:34

David Bowie - 2000-06-25 - Pilton, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

That's the complete Glanstombury Festival concert broadcast by BBC Radio 6 on january 17th.

01 Wild is the Wind
02 China Girl
03 Changes
04 Stay
05 Life on Mars?
06 Absolute Beginners
07 Ashes to Ashes
08 Rebel Rebel
09 Little Wonder
10 Golden Years

11 Fame
12 All the Young Dudes
13 The Man Who Sold The World
14 Station to Station
15 Starman
16 Hallo Spaceboy
17 Under Pressure
18 Ziggy Stardust
19 "Heroes"
20 Let's Dance
21 I'm Afraid of Americans

Bruce Springsteen - 1975-10-04 - Detroit, MI (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Label: Midnight Beat Format: 2CD 
Catalog #: MB CD 041/042 Source: Soundboard 
Total Time: 137:45 Sound: 8.2 
Date: October 4, 1975 Performance: 8.7 
Location: The Palace Theater, Detroit, Overall: 8.3 

Disc 1: (70:30) 
01. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out (4:29) 
02. Spirit In The Night (7:03) 
03. It's Gonna Work Out Fine (8:13) 
04. She's The One (6:38) 
05. Born To Run (4:38) 
06. The E Street Shuffle (14:07) 
07. Backstreets (5:46) 
08. Kitty's Back (19:36) 

Disc 2: (67:15) 
01. Band Introduction (1:02) 
02. Jungleland (10:18) 
03. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (10:56) 
04. Detroit Medley (6:01) 
05. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (8:35) 
06. Ain't Too Proud To Beg (3:38) 
07. Quarter To Three (7:58) 
08. Little Queenie (9:25) 
09. Twist And Shout (9:19) 

Info taken from Brucebase: 


TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT (4.02) / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT (7.07) / IT'S GONNA WORK OUT FINE (7.17) / SHE'S THE ONE (4.51) / BORN TO RUN (4.31) / THE E STREET SHUFFLE (cut at end, 13.43) / BACKSTREETS (start cut, 4.40) / KITTY'S BACK (19.13) / JUNGLELAND (10.08) / 

Soundboard recording. Set includes an exceptional encore with a very spirited "Detroit Medley", the first rendition of The Temptations "Ain't Too Proud To Beg" (sung as a duet with Little Steven) and the second of three tour performances of "Little Queenie". CD releases 'First Night in Detroit' (Midnight Beat) and more recently 'Walk Like The Heroes' (Anubis) which is supposed to be a better source, but the tape still has problems.

Friday, March 16, 2018

Pearl Jam - 2013-04-06 - Santiago, CL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lollapalooza Festival
Parque O'Higgins

Sirius XM PJ Radio.

DAB-S Receiver -> Realtek HD Audio -> Adobe Audition 3.0 -> CD-R/FLAC Frontend Lvl 8.

DISC ONE [01:05:29]
01. The Rob Intro
02. Release
03. Go
04. Even Flow
05. Do The Evolution
06. Corduroy
07. Amongst The Waves
08. Why Go
09. Severed Hand
10. Not For You
11. Got Some
12. Just Breathe
13. Once
14. Unthought Known
15. Daughter/Its Ok

DISC TWO [01:07:07]
16. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
17. Porch
18. Encore Break
19. Present Tense
20. Animal
21. Given To Fly
22. Jeremy
23. Black
24. Sonic Reducer (With Juan Pablo On Guitar)
25. Alive
26. Rockin' In The Free World (With Perry Farrell & Josh Homme)
27. Yellow Ledbetter
28. The Rob Outro

Rating: A.

Length: 2h:12m:36s.

The Black Crowes - 2013-09-08 - Arrington, VA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Lockn´ Festival
Arrington, VA, USA
8th September 2013

thanks to Teddy Dunski Recording
Authored with DVD Studio Pro by kigonjiro
117.57 Minutes
Artwork included
Double Layer DVD (DVD9)

Video: MPEG-2, 720 x 576, 4/3, 25 fps
Audio: AC3 2.0, 48 kHz, 448 kpbs
Data bit: 6,56 Mbps

01. Seeing Things
02. My Morning Song > Stare It Cold > My Morning Song
03. She Gave Good Sunflower
04. Space Captain
05. Garden Gate
06. Another Roadside Tragedy
07. Nonfiction
08. Shine Along
09. Ballad In Urgency
10. Wiser Time
11. Oh Sweet Nuthin'
12. Remedy
13. Let's Go Get Stoned *
14. Turn On Your Lovelight **

* with Tedeschi Trucks Band
** with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Bob Weir

Bob Dylan - 1997-12-08 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

White Dove

Silver CDs > LG GSA E60L Super-Multi > EAC Secure Ver 1.0 beta 3 >Wave >TLH Flac level 5 >Flac

Dandelion 83/84 [T-647]

(1) Irving Plaza (New York, NY); December 8, 1997 (line)
(2) Prince's Trust Concert (London, UK); June 29, 1996 (line)

01 - Maggie's Farm
02 - Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
03 - Cold Irons Bound 
04 - You're A Big Girl Now 
05 - Can't Wait 
06 - Silvio 
07 - Cocaine Blues 
08 - To Ramona 
09 - Tangled Up In Blue 
10 - White Dove 
11 - I And I 

01 - 'Til I Fell In Love With You 
02 - Highway 61 Revisited 
03 - Don't Think Twice 
04 - Love Sick 
05 - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

06 - Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat 
07 - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 
08 - Silvio 
09 - Positively Fourth Street 
10 - Highway 61 Revisited

Alhough difficult to imagine, this release is a step up in sound from Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You, seemingly remastered to provide a bit more boost and fullness to the already remarkable sound. A devastating set, beautifully packaged with a 12 page cover/booklet, also boasting primo quality filler of the Hyde Park, London 1996 broadcast. An essential listening experience.

Santana - 1992-08-13 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

w/Phish as guests

Sbd -> DATs? -> DATs (low DAT generations)
DATs transferred on December 5, 2008
Sony PCM-R500 (extremely low error rates) -> RME Fireface -> Sony Laptop -> Cubase 3 -> Adobe Audition 2, minor front and tail edits etc., UV22 dither -> Trader's Little Helper (FLAC=

Carlos Santana (g/perc/vo), 
Walfredo De Los Reyes (ds), 
Myron Dove (b), 
Alex Ligertwood (g/vo), 
Karl Perazzo (perc/vo), 
Raul Rekow (perc/vo), 
Chester Thompson (kbd/vo)

CD1 (11 Tracks)
1) Bill Graham Intro (Pre-Recorded) ->  Angels All Around Us ->  Spirits Dancing In The Flesh
2) Somewhere In Heaven ->  
3) Batuka ->
4) No One To Depend On  
5) Life Is For Living  
6) Why Can't We Live Together ->  
7) Savor > Agua Que Va Caer/Karl Perazzo/Raul Rekow  
9) Wings Of Grace  
10) Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen ->  
11) Oye Como Va

CD2 (7 Tracks)
1) In A Silent Way * ->  
2) Blues For Salvador  
3) Peace On Earth ->  
4) Make Somebody Happy/Get It In Your Soul/Walfredo De Los Reyes/Myron Dove  
5) Toussaint L'Overture

6) Soul Sacrifice/A Love Supreme/Aranjuez ->
7) Jingo/Band Introduction

  * = w/Phish

Simply Stunning Show. Phenomenal sound and performance. Vacuum cleaner solo included. Enough said. Any set list corrections/additions are always appreciated. Another thank you to Herman, and the folks at Santanamigos for lots of extremely useful information, including this set list.

Iggy Pop - 2013-06-24 - Zagreb, Croazia (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Iggy Pop & The Stooges
June 24, 2013
INmusic Festival
Jarun, Zagreb, Croatia

DVD Pro-shot (TVrip)

HRT3 (Croatian Radiotelevision)

Chapters - Yes (every song)
Menu - Yes

Video: 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps
Data bitrate 15000Kbps
Total bitrate 15192Kbps
Audio: MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 192Kbps

01. 1970
02. I got a right
03. Search and destroy
04. Fun house
05. Night theme
06. Beyond the law
07. Johanna
08. Ready to die
09. I wanna be your dog
10. No fun
11. Your pretty face is going to hell
12. Penetration
13. Sex and money
14. Open up and bleed
15. Cock in my pocket
16. Louie Louie
17. Burn

Duration: 1:05:16

Cream - 1966-1967 - Session Gears (STU/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Silver House (SHCR-03 A/B) 2CD > EAC > FLAC

Eric Clapton - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Bruce - Bass, Vocals
Ginger Baker - Drums 

01 - You Make Me Feel
02 - Coffee Song
03 - Beauty Queen
- August 1966 London -

04 - Wrapping Paper
05 - Cat's Squirrel
06 - I Feel Free (take 1)
07 - I Feel Free (take 2)
08 - I Feel Free (take 3)
09 - I Feel Free (take 4)
- September 1966 London -

10 - Sweet Wine (take 1)
11 - Sweet Wine (take 2)
12 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
13 - Toad
- November 1966 London -

14 - Sleepy Time Time (acetate)
15 - Sweet Wine (acetate)
16 - I'm So Glad (acetate)
17 - Wrapping Paper (acetate)
18 - Four Until Late (acetate)
19 - Cat's Squirrel (acetate)
- Fresh Cream acetate mix December 08, 1966 -

20 - Weird Of Hermiston (take 1)
21 - Weird Of Hermiston (take 2)
22 - Blue Condition
- March 15, 1967 London - 

23 - Lawdy Mama
- April 1967 New York -

01 - Sunshine Of Your Love (mono)
02 - We're Going Wrong
03 - Look At The Princess (take 1)
04 - Look At The Princess (take 2)
05 - Look At The Princess (take 3)
06 - Swlabr (take 1)
07 - Swlabr (take 2)
08 - Swlabr (take 3)
09 - Swlabr (take 5)
10 - Take It Back (take 1)
11 - Take It Back (take 2)
12 - The Clearout (take 1)
13 - The Clearout (take 2)
- March 15, 1967  London -

14 - Falstuff Beer Commercial (take 1)
15 - Falstuff Beer Commercial (take 2)
- July 1967 London -

16 - Mozart Serenade '' Eine Kleine Nachtmusik ''
17 - Tuba (jam)
18 - Polonaise (jam)
19 - Burrelhouse Blues (jam)
20 - Blue Moon
21 - Singalong
- July/August 1967 London -

22 - White Room (altermate)
- July 1967 London -

23 - Pressed Rat And Warthog (altermate)
24 - Passing The Time (long version)
25 - Anyone For Tennis (altermate)
- December 12-15 24, 1967 New York -

Tom Petty - 1990-05-18, Wilmington, NC (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Source:SBD>PreFM (ref: db.etree)

Lineage: CD>EAC(V0.95 prebeta 5),Secure>WAV>FLAC (level6)

Transfered by: Electrif

Bootleg Title: "Southern Choice" - BM 037

File Size: 503MB FLAC, Decodes to 732MB WAV

Tom Petty - Guitars/Lead Vocals
Howie Epstein - Bass/Backing Vocals
Benmont Tench - Keyboards/Guitars/Backing Vocals
Stan Lynch - Drums
Mike Campbell -Lead Guitars/Vocals

01. Bye Bye Johnny
02. The Damage
03. Breakdown
04. Free Fallin'
05. The Waiting
06. Benmont's Boogie
07. Don't Come Around Here
08. Southern Accents
09. Even The Losers
10. Listen To Her Heart
11. Face In The Crowd
12. Something Else
13. I Won't Back Down
14. I Need To Know
15. Refugee
16. Running Down A Dream

The Doors - 1967-03-18 - Detroit, MI (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

SBD > RtR > ? > CDR > EAC(as range) > SF > CDWAV > FLAC

Disc One:
02. Soul Kitchen
03. I Cant see your face in my mind
04. People are Strange
05. When the Music's Over
06. Money Honey
07. Who Do You Love?
08. Moonlight Drive
09. Summers Almost Gone
10. King Bee
11. Gloria
12. Break On Through

Disc Two:
01. Backdoor Man
02. Alabama Song
03. Light My Fire
04. The End
05. Close to You Baby
06. Crawlin' King Snake
07. The Crystal Ship
08. Twentieth Century Fox

Flo & Eddie - 1976-11-19 - Detroit, MI (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI 
1976 11 19 (Open For Frank Zappa) 

Source: 1st Generation analog>DAT>CDR>EAC(secure, proper offset)<Soundforge 4.5(edits)> 
Shntool(SBE correction)>Flac Lvl 8 

Transferred by: fastandbulbous 
Edited by: Drew51 

Howard Kaylan 
Mark Volman 
Bruce Fowler 
Walt Fowler 
Albert Wing 
Eric Scott 
Billy Steel 
Craig Cramp 

01) Intro's 
02) Cheap 
03) A Kiss Concert? 
04) It Ain't Me Babe 
05) World's Best Possible Me 
06) Kama Sutra Time 
07) Eddie Are You Kidding? 
a) Jumbo Jack 
b) The Fleetwood Mac 
c) Whole Lotta Crux 
d) FDS 
08) Eleanor 
09) Band Intros 
10) Wings Over Detroit 
11) Bernie & The Jets 
12) There's No Business... 
13) Miles Vs. Santana 
14) Peter The Hose 
15) Pop Star Sucker (?) 
16) Keep It Warm 
17) Moving Targets 
18) Do You Like My New Car? 
19) Happy Together 
20) The Complete Score To Tommy 

Original transfer was around 2001. I dug the Shn files out, pitch corrected (+10 cent all files) and flaced up. 

Thursday, March 15, 2018

David Bowie - 1994 - The Leon Suites (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

David Bowie - The Leon Suites (1. Outside Outtakes) (BOWSTAT018) 

Suite 1: I Am With Name (22:09) 
Suite 2: Leon Takes Us Outside (21:29) 
Suite 3: Enemy Is Fragile (27:37) 

Total time: 71:14 

These demos were recorded and rejected by the record company in 1994. 
The Leon Suites eventually turned into the 1. Outside album released in 1995. 

Parts of the 3 suites have been available on earlier bootleg releases, 
but all of them have been sourced from low bit rate MP3s. 

This is the first release of the complete Leon Suit in a lossless version. 

The source of this recording is a CDR provided by Adam Bedstroke (patdrome). A lot of thanks goes out to him for letting these demos be shared amongst fans. 

David Bowie - 2004-05-14 - London, Ontario, Canada (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

David Bowie 2004-05-14 John Labatt Centre, London, Ontario, Canada

01 - New Killer Star
02 - Cactus
03 - Midnight Sister
04 - All The Young Dudes
05 - Loneliest Guy
06 - Under Pressure
07 - Station To Station
08 - Ashes To Ashes
09 - Fame
10 - Quicksand
11 - Modern Love
12 - I’M Afraid Of Americans
13 - ”Heroes”

Ripped from my silver.
Mighty fine FM recording

The Rolling Stones - Bright Lights, Big City (STU/FLAC

(Studio and live FLAC)

Bright Lights, Big City (Swinging Pig)
Source: Silver CD -> EAC Test & Copy -> Wavs -> Flac Front End -> Flacs Level 8
Quality: Varies

Studio, Live, & TV 1963-1967
Disc 1

01 - Diddley Daddy
02 - Road Runner
03 - Bright Lights, Big City
04 - I Want To Be Loved
05 - Baby What's Wrong
06 - Stewed & Keefed
07 - High-Heel Sneakers
08 - Tell Me Baby
09 - Down In The Bottom
10 - Looking Tired
11 - Introduction
12 - Not Fade Away
13 - I Just Want to Make Love to You
14 - I'm Alright
15 - Around & Around
16 - Off the Hook
17 - Time Is On My Side
18 - It's All Over Now
19 - I'm Alright
20 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Pain in My Heart
21 - Route 66
22 - I'm Moving On
23 - I'm Alright
24 - Get Back To You
25 - Ruby Tuesday
26 - It's All Over Now
27 - Let's Spend the Night Together

Disc 2
01 - Introduction
02 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Pain in My Heart
03 - Around & Around
04 - The Last Time
05 - Around & Around
06 - Time is on My Side
07 - The Last Time
08 - Little Red Rooster
09 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
10 - Satisfaction
11 - As Tears Go By
12 - 19th Nervous Breakdown
13 - Paint it Black
14 - Lady Jane
15 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow
16 - Ruby Tuesday
17 - Let's Spend the Night Together
18 - Oh Baby
19 - That's How Strong My Love Is
20 - Satsifaction
21 - I Am Waiting
22 - Under My Thumb
23 - Paint it Black

Roxy Music - 1976-03-06 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Orpheum, Boston Mass

WBCN-FM Broadcast

Master 'off air' FM Reel [Maxell UD35-180 10 1/2" reel (Revox) 7 1/2ips 1/4 track] --> Tascam CD-RW2000 --> EAC --> CDWAV --> FLAC

Disc 1 69:27 minutes

01. WBCN DJ's introduction 0:29 (broadcast issues / one channel)
02. Sentimental Fool 5:23 (broadcast issues / one channel but improves)
03. The Thrill of It All 6:24 (broadcast issues)
04 Love Is The Drug 4:28
05. Mother Of Pearl 6:39
06. Bittersweet 5:21
07. Nightingale 4:05
08. Out Of The Blue 5:14
09. Eddie Jobson Violin Solo 2:38 --->
10. Whirlwind 3:30
11. Sea Breezes 7:03
12. Both Ends Burning 4:57
13. For Your Pleasure 5:21
14. Diamond Head 4:26
15. Wild Weekend 2:43
16. band introductions 0:46

Disc 2 18:34 minutes

17. The In Crowd 5:02
18. Do The Strand 1:22 --->
19. Editions Of You 6:12

20. WBCN DJ's talk 1:26
21. A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall 3:50 (some distortion)
22. WBCN DJ's outro 0:42

Total Time 88:13

Yes - 2001-09-03 - Danbury, CT (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard SHN)

Charles Ives Center For The Arts

Disc 1:
01. Give Love Each Day
02. Close To The Edge
03. Long Distance Runaround
04. Don't Go
05. In The Presence Of
06. The Gates Of Delirium

Steve Howe Solo:
07. Winter
08. Clap

Disc 2:
01. Perpetual Change
02. Starship Trooper
03. And You And I
04. Ritual

Disc 3:
01. I've Seen All Good People
02. Roundabout

Extras - venue/date unknown:
03. Interview
04. Introduction
05. Siberian Khatru
06. Sound Chaser
07. I've Seen All Good People

3 years on from the YesSymphonic Tour, here we have unearthed an excellent stage mic recording of the Danbury 2001 show, a different source than the lower quality audience version that's circulating in the Yes trading scene. This rates as one of the best sounding shows from 2001, at least as good as the best audience recordings from the tour. No other source information is available. All credit goes to windowkbm, who traded for this wonderful recording and encoded it to SHN. After verifying the MD5 signuatures, I converted it to FLAC (SHN->WAV[mkwACT]->FLAC[Flac Frontend])

The Band - 1976-07-17 - Washington, DC (pre-FM/FLAC)


Complete King Biscuit Flower Hour
Carter Baron Amphitheatre

Source - SBD Pre-FM King Biscuit discs and reels

PRE-FM > ? > EAC > WAV > mkw ac tool > shn

Robbie Robertson - guitars, piano, Vocals
Rick Danko - bass, trombone, violin, vocals
Richard Manuel - keyboards, harp, drums, sax, Vocals
Levon Helm - drums, bass, mandolin, guitar, vocals
Garth Hudson - keyboards, accordion, sax

01 Don't Do It 5:10
02 The Shape I'm In 4:08
03 It Makes No Difference 7:23
04 The Weight 4:44
05 King Harvest 3:45
06 Twilight 3:29
07 Ophelia 3:36
08 Tears Of Rage 5:58
09 Forbidden Fruit 6:11
10 This Wheel's On Fire 3:51
11 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down 4:04
12 The Genetic Method 3:57
13 Chest Fever 4:23
14 Up On Cripple Creek 5:59
15 W.S. Walcott Medicine Show 4:03

Running Time: 71:13

William Keats wrote:
The new Last Waltz booklet indicates the DC show date was actually 16 August 1976 (see page 1 of the booklet). The PreFM copy that I have has this setlist, which is not the entire show, but everything that King Biscuit broadcast (from PreFM sources including reels, which is how the Biscuit used to get sent out).

Roger McGuinn - 1991-04-21 - Minneapolis, MN (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Mr Tambourine Man (Liberated Boot: Real Live CD19) 
Excellent Soundboard Recording 

Real Live Silver CD>MAX>FLAC 

01 The Time Has Come 
02 Your Love Is A Goldmine 
03 The Trees Are All Gone 
04 Tiffany Queen 
05 You Bowed Down 
06 My Back Pages 
07 Lover Of The Bayou 
08 King Of The Hill 
09 Mr Tambourine Man 
10 Turn! Turn! Turn! 
11 Eight Miles High 
12 So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star 
13 Mr Spaceman 
14 Feel A Whole Lot Better 
15 Ballad Of Easy Rider 
16 Wasn't Born To Follow 
17 Without Your Love 
18 Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
19 Chimes Of Freedom 

Jethro Tull - 1970-08-16 - Chicago, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(soundboard FLAC)

Aragon Ballroom

Godfatherecords "Truth Is Like Freedom" 

Unknown > silver CD > EAC secure wav > TLH flac 8 

01 intro 1:35 
02 my sunday feeling 4:58 
03 My God 11:07 
04 to cry you a song 6:19 
05 with you there to help me 13:19 
06 sossity-reasons for waiting 6:44 
07 nothing is easy 6:28 
08 dharma for one 10:08 
09 MC 0:21 
10 we used to know-for a thousand mothers 12:54 

total time 73:53