Monday, June 30, 2014

Rory Gallagher - 1971-1974 - Alternate BBC Sessions (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

XM>DAT>CDWAVE>CD>EAC>FLAC
1/7/72- BBC Broadcast Vinyl>Analog>CDWAVE>Soundforge>CD>EAC>FLAC
Rest- FM>1st. Gen Analog>CDWAVE>Soundforge>CD>EAC>FLAC- see above notes

Source: See Notes
Lineage: CD See Notes
Taped by: See Notes
Transfered by: GKlainer

Rory Gallagher- Electric, Acoustic and Slide Guitars, Vocals
Gerry McAvoy- Bass
Rod D'Ath- Drums


Disc 1 (76:24)
8/12/71 Paris Theater, London
01.Maybe I Will 5:08
02.I Could've Had Religion 9:25
03.Crest of a Wave 6:54
04.Messin' with the Kid 5:43

1/7/72 BBC
05.Tore Down 6:09
06.Used To Be 6:00
07.Hoodoo Man 8:23
08.Pistol Slapper Blues 3:57
09.The Cuckoo 4:05
10.Going to my Hometown 8:45
11.In Your Town 11:50

Disc 2 (77:09)
12. Bullfrog Blues 8:26

7/10/72 Bob Harris Show
13. I Could've Had Religion 7:18
14. Messin' with the Kid 5:39
15. The Cuckoo 3:30

2/5/73 Tommy Vance Show
16. Walk on hot Coals 7:32
17. Banker's Blues 3:20

2/21/73 Saturday Rock Show
18. Unmilitary Two Step 2:03
19. If I Had A Reason 5:16

5/12/73 Saturday Rock Show
20. Tattoo'd Lady 4:00
21. Cradle Rock 5:44
22. A Million Miles Away 7:37

6/20/74 Bob Harris Show
23. Tattoo'd Lady 5:23
24. Messin' with the Kid 6:36

8/19/77 N. Horne Show
25. I Take What I Want 4:36

Notes: 
There a few pops in the 7/1/72 set, but overall exceptional sound throughout.

Additional Notes:
Received these from a trader in the UK around 1992 that was affiliated with the BBC. He claims all were from his masters that he recorded himself, making them 1st gen. copies. Gklainer transferred these from the original cassettes to .wav files in 1998, and recorded the XM broadcast early last year. The estate of Rory Gallagher released "BBC SESSIONS" in 1999, and placed some of the original tracks from this set on this release. Those 5 tracks have been removed, along with 5 other tracks from 1971 and 1972 originally recorded that were either mono or had sound problems.  The removed tracks have been replaced with the entire BBC Broadcast from 1/7/72 that was transferred from vinyl. So kick back and listen to a great sounding, dynamic selection of early songs from RORY GALLAGHER. 8/12/71- 

Bruce Springsteen - 2009-04-16 - Los Angeles, CA (IEM/AUD/FLAC)



(IEM/audience matrix FLAC)

Sports Arena

A Matrix featuring Wireless recordings + Audience

Audience source by markp

source : Nakamichi cm100/cp1 (busman audio mod) > Hi Ho Silver cables > CA-9100 > Edirol R-09

Mix-mash of wireless recordings at 24bit/44.1khz.

Mixed, Produced, and Mastered by Hoserama
Time Aligned in Adobe Audition 3.0
Mixed in Neundo 3, using extra waves, ozone, harbal plug-ins
Mix Version 4

Disc 1 (53:19):
(1) Badlands (6:15)
(2) Candy's Room (2:57)
(3) Outlaw Pete (8:33)
(4) No Surrender (5:16)
(5) Adam Raised a Cain (5:15)
(6) Working on a Dream (6:48)
(7) Seeds (5:51)
(8) Johnny 99 (5:47)
(9) Youngstown (6:33)

Disc 2 (64:25):
(1) Raise Your Hand (6:11)
(2) Proud Mary (3:48)
(3) Growing Up (4:17)
(4) Hungry Heart (4:38)
(5) The Promised Land (6:27)
(6) The Wrestler (5:11)
(7) Backstreets (9:04)
(8) Bad Luck (with Mike Ness) (7:07)
(9) Lonesome Day (4:28)
(10) The Rising (5:15)
(11) Born To Run (6:00)
(12) Encore break (1:54)

Disc 3 (40:25):
(1) Food Bank Speech (2:04)
(2) Hard Times (4:23)
(3) Thunder Road (5:50)
(4) Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (5:38)
(5) Land of Hope and Dreams (7:36)
(6) American Land (7:13)
(7) Glory Days (7:38)

Comments:
Sound quality is phenomenal, though not quite as "polished" as the first night. As one might expect from having heard other senecaststj recordings, a lot of work went into the mix. Though it's apparent that it's not as precisely mixed as a commercial release, the sound is simply stunning.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Kiss - 2012-11-17 - Sao Paulo, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Artist:

Kiss

Show or Bootleg Title:

Sao Paulo, Brazil (November 17th, 2012)

Show Venue:

Arena Anhembi

Source:

DVD - Pro Shot

Video Quality/Production Info:

Webcast / Brasil Metal Force

Audio/Video Specs:

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 5 790 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 9 586 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Standard : PAL
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
Scan order : Top Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.557

Audio

ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Format settings, Endianness : Big
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits

Format:

PAL


01 Detroit Rock City
02 Shout It Out Loud
03 Calling Dr. Love
04 Hell or Hallelujah
05 Wall of Sound
06 Hotter Than Hell
07 I Love It Loud
08 Outta This World
09 Bass Solo
10 God of Thunder
11 Psycho Circus
12 War Machine
13 Love Gun
14 Black Diamond
15 Lick It Up
16 I Was Made for Lovin’ You
17 Rock and Roll All Nite

Kiss - 1977-09-01 - Houston, TX (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Venue: The Summit


Mick E. Gee Ultimate Edition 5.1.

Soundboard Audio has gotten the in-your-face treatment.
First show in Houston archived by in-house cameras.
Great footage, the screen goes black between songs.

Lineage:

PRO / DVD-R / DVD Decrypter / VOB Files / You

 
01 - I Stole Your Love
02 - Take Me
03 - Ladies Room
04 - Firehouse
05 - Love Gun
06 - Hooligan
07 - Makin' Love
08 - Christine Sixteen
09 - Shock Me
10 - I Want You
11 - Calling Dr. Love
12 - Shout It Out Loud
13 - God Of Thunder
14 - Rock & Roll All Nite
15 - Detroit Rock City
16 - Beth
17 - Black Diamond






Richard Thompson Band - BBCFour Sessions 2013 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

BBCFour Sessions March 2013
BBC Television Centre, Studio 8
First Broadcast on Friday 22nd March 2013 on BBCFour.
Part of the Goodbye BBC Television Centre celebrations.

Lineage
BBCFour (DVB-C Virgin Tivo)>Philips stand alone DVD recorder>Fully authored using MMEP.

GSpot Says:
DVD VOB format
MPEG-2Program Stream << (1 vid, 1 aud)
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 8697 kbps I/L TFF
PAL 16:9
AC3 0xbd(0x80):48000Hz 384 kb/s tot.
Stereo (2/0)

01 - Introduction
02 - I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight
03 - I'll Never Give It Up
04 - Good Things Happen To Bad People
05 - Salford Sunday
06 - Medley: a) Wishing, b) Victors Return, c) Gravel Path To Granny
07 - Waiting For Dreamers
08 - Stony Ground
09 - Sally B.
10 - Al Bowlly's In Heaven
11 - Saving The Good Stuff For You
12 - Tear Stained Letter

Run time:- 00:59:03

Some Words From The BBC:
As part of the Goodbye TV Centre celebrations, guitarist, singer and songwriter Richard Thompson plays a one-off concert filmed in TC8. Thompson has been performing in BBC TV studios since 1969, starting on Top of the Pops with Fairport Convention and then making frequent appearances on the Old Grey Whistle Test, The Late Show and Later with Jools Holland as a solo artist and bandleader. Filmed before the opening night of the tour celebrating the Top 20 placing of his album Electric, Thompson leads his current power trio through songs from that album, including Salford Sunday and Stony Ground, alongside classics from his songbook like I Want to See the Bright Lights and Tear Stained Letter. Thompson is joined on a couple of acoustic songs by former Fairport bandmate and master fiddler Dave Swarbrick, frequent collaborator Pete Zorn adds sax to Al Bowlly's In Heaven and his daughter Kami Thompson harmonises on Waltzing for Dreamers. Filmed before a small studio audience in the bare style of some of the previous BBC music shows on which Thompson has appeared, this concert celebrates Thompson and a tradition of popular music performance from TV Centre.





Sunday, June 22, 2014

Pink Floyd - 1968 - The Transitional Period (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

CD1:
The Committee Film soundtrack. Recorded at Sound Techniques StudiosChelseaLondonearly 1968:

01 - Instrumental #01
02 - (Backwards Introduction)
03 - (Film scene)
04 - Instrumental #02
05 - (Film scene)
06 - (Film scene)
07 - Instrumental #03
08 - (Film scene)
09 - The Crazy World of Arthur Brown - 'Nightmare'
10 - (Film scene)
11 - Instrumental #04
12 - Instrumental #05
13 - Instrumental #06
14 - Instrumental #07
15 - (Film scene)
16 - Instrumental #08
17 - (Keep Smiling People)
18 - (Film scene)
19 - Instrumental #09
20 - Instrumental #10
21 - (Backwards Introduction - Reversed)
Bonus:
22 - Paul Jones, The Committee



Disc 2
Baton Rouge, ORTF 2 TV Studio, Paris, France – February 20, 1968:

01 - Astronomy Domine
02 - Flaming


First European International Pop Festival, Piper Club, Rome, Italy – May 6, 1968:
03 - Astronomy Domine
04 - interview with Roger Waters
05 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
06 - Interstellar Overdrive


Top Gear, BBC Studios, 201 Piccadilly, London, England – June 25, 1968:
07 - The Murderotic Woman or Careful With That Axe Eugene
08 - The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules
09 - Let There Be More Light
10 - Julia Dream
11 - interview with Roger Waters


Omnibus All My Loving, BBC 1 TV, The Tabernacle, London – broadcast Sunday, November 3, 1968:
12 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun

Tous En Forme, ORTF 2 TV, Paris, France – Thursday, October 31, 1968:
13 - Let There Be More Light
14 - Flaming


Top Gear, BBC Maida Vale Studio 4, London – Monday, December 2, 1968:
15 - Point Me To The Sky
16 - Baby Blue Shuffle In D Minor
17 - The Embryo
18 - Interstellar Overdrive


Disc 3
Margiethal-Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, Holland – Saturday, December 28, 1968

01 - Astronomy Domine
02 - Careful With That Axe Eugene
03 - Interstellar Overdrive
04 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
05 - A Saucerful Of Secrets


The Transitional Period-1968 era on Tarantura collects documents in an attractive box all of the most important tapes from the year when Pink Floyd underwent tremendous amount of change. When the year began the band were actually a five piece, having recruited David Gilmour to play guitar to aid an ailing Syd Barrett. They played five or six gigs together before Waters and the others decided it would be best to carry on as a four piece without Syd and stopped picking him up for gigs. They were dropped by their management Blackhill Agency, who did continue to represent Barrett and even tried to persuade Wright to leave Pink Floyd and join Barrett. The band searched for a creative statement that would differentiate themselves from the first album and establish them as an important artistic power. The very first project they did as a four piece is the soundtrack for the movie The Committee. This film is beautifully shot in black and white and starts Paul Jones of Manfred Mann. The subject matter of the movie is a philosophic meditation upon one’s conformity with the group and the expectations of living according to one’s culture. It was supposed to be released to the theaters in May, 1968 but for reasons unknown was pulled and, except for rare showings, was not given general release until it was issued on commercial DVD in September, 2005 causing much celebration. The soundtrack itself has never been released and the only way to hear the music is to listen to the entire film which is what Tarantura does. It will be jarring for most, in listening to the first disc, to hear the long dialogue sections between the music. It sounds like Tarantura ripped the entire soundtrack from the DVD so it is in very good mono.

Most of the music Pink Floyd composed is as much soundtrack movie is, composed of short snippets of music meant to underscore the narrative onscreen. The first instrumental is a short, backwards discordant theme before the first dialogue, between the unnamed protagonist and the driver. “Instrumental #2” is a minute long, bouncy pop number. The “instrumental #3” is a psychedelic, organ driven number which underscores the random discussions of the people at the committee retreat. “Instrumental #4” is two minutes long and is played under the discussion between the protagonist and the committee chairman where the former discusses why he cut off and reattached the driver’s head. The music can be considered “experimental” with various noises on the guitar which resemble parts of “A Saucerful Of Secrets.” “Instrumental #5” is a tense organ theme lasting about ninety seconds. “Instrumental #6” is a two minute long David Gilmour exercise, picking on creepy sounding notes over a Roger Waters staccato rhythm. “Instrumental #7” is a thirty second long, slow Hammond organ clip. “Instrumental #8,” given the title “Keep Smiling People,” is two and a half minutes long and is the most recognizable piece of music on the soundtrack since it is the earliest incarnation of “Careful With That Axe, Eugene.” It already features Wright’s “Egyptian” organ and Waters’ familiar bass theme. It would be performed on stage as “Keep Smiling People” and recorded on the BBC as “The Murderotic Woman” before being released on the B-side to “Point Me To The Sky” and on the LP Relics. The most famous form however will be released the following year, the live version on Ummagumma. “Instrumental #9” is an upbeat piece driven by Gilmour on guitar. The soundtrack ends with backwards effects and Paul Jones singing dumb song called “The Committee” which summarized what we’ve learned in the movie (“ Laws by committee / wars by committee / is the most effective way.”)


The second disc contains six radio and television appearances between February and December, 1968 revealing the amount of promotion they were doing during this time. The first two tracks on this disc, “Astronomy Domine” and “Flaming,” come from the “Bouton Rouge” television broadcast. This is a mono recording straight from the television soundtrack, recorded on February 20 and broadcast on February 24. This was unearthed several years ago and is an important find. A third track, “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” also exists but Tarantura didn’t include it in this collection. The second part of this disc contains the professionally recorded First European International Pop Festival in Rome on May 6. This is excellent stereo soundboard quality and this version is sourced from a VPRO radio broadcast in Holland except for “Interstellar Overdrive,” which comes from a broadcast of the set from ARD TV in West Germany. Most sources state this event occurred at the Piper Club in Rome, but others claim it was at the Palazzo dello Sport. The second track is two minute long interview with Roger Waters, translated into Dutch, where he says, “I would say that Rome is an absurd place to organize a pop festival you know. If it would've been me I would never have picked Rome you know. Ah... Anyway you know it's not you know, it's not a sort of pop-pop festival, if you see what I mean you know. If I was organizing a pop festival in England and wanted to make money and draw big crowds you know, I'd have on ah... well all the people have sold alot of records in England this you know is Engelbert Humperdink and old people like that you know, and those are the people who should really be playing in a pop festival. If the cat wants to fill the place, now if he doesn't. If he wants to catered to a minority audience then, well I'm certainly in Rome, this evenings a lot of groups anyway where I don't know about the Italian groups or their association, but anyway the groups in the first half, really a minority, well The Move possibly not, but The Nice and us are certainly a minority appeal you know, and we should be playing in much smaller clubs where there aren't these bloody television lights shining you know. We couldn't use our lightshow at all, it was obvious as soon as we arrived. We decided not to use it because we were gonna have a real hassle within.”


The performance of “Interstellar Overdrive” is unique, starting with drumming and Gilmour making avian clicking noises on the guitar before mutating into a freeform jam. This track alone has appeared on older releases including Stranger Than Fiction (VFM 430318) and Fountains Of Roma (Black Panther BPCD 033), which claims to be the complete show but actually has tracks from shows in 1967. This is followed by an appearance on John Peel’s “Top Gear.” This was recorded on June 25 and first broadcast on radio August 11 and is right before their famous Hyde Park concert on June 29th. This contains four tracks. Two are from the new album, the new track “The Murderotic Woman” aka “Careful With That Axe, Eugene,” and the B-side of the latest single “It Would Be So Nice,” a Roger Waters song “Julia Dream.” The single was not played since the band hated it so much, but the B-side is pleasant and catchy tune, and Peel sounds very enthusiastic for their set. The sound quality is a very good to excellent mono tape probably from the radio. Of all the material in this box set this has been the most frequently released in the past. The Embryo (The Swingin’ Pig TSP-CD-020) has “Let There Be More Light,” “Murderotic Woman” and “Julia “Dream.” Loose Connection (Double DTD 007 ) has “Let There Be More Light” and “Murderotic Woman.” Tracks from this session can also be found on Phenomena (Manic Depression CD 013/14), Cymbaline (Alegra CD 9014), From Underground To Moon (Digital Phono Records Digit 3101), My Uncle Is Sick Because The Highway Is Green (Oil Well) has “Julia Dream,” Rainbows, Clouds And The Moon (Alien Records ALIEN 010) has “Let There Be More Light,” Re-Actor (Big Music BIG 097), Transcendental Medication (Turtle Records TR-223), Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 1 (The Genuine Pig TGP-CD-114), and Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 3 (The Genuine Pig TGP-CD-116).


The following interview with Roger Waters conducted by Brian Matthew was rebroadcast on BBC Radio 1 “Story Of POP” in 1994 and is in excellent stereo quality. The following track “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” comes from a television program “All My Loving.” The recording date is unknown but was first broadcast on November 3 and the Floyd part was rebroadcast on BBC TV “Sounds Of The Sixties” in 1991. This show is a “film about pop music” according to director Tony Palmer, and featured the Beatles, The Who, Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa. Floyd’s set is filmed in a church and again is in excellent quality, although it is much preferable to have this on DVD to see the color visuals.


The following two tracks are from the second appearance on French television to be included in this Tarantura box set. This is from the “Tous En Forme” television show, recorded live at L’Antenne de Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicêtre, Paris. The set is part of a festival that also featured Yes and the Moody Blues, and occurs in a circus tent (de chapiteau) in the square and metro station in Parish (Kremlin-Bicêtre). The actual date of filming is unclear. Tarantura list the traditional date of October 31st, which agrees with Povey, but Vernon Fitch claims this show was on September 7th. The show was first broadcast on November 26th. “Let There Be More Light” sounds much more raw and aggressive than the “Top Gear” version from the summer, and “Flaming” lacks Roger Waters’ slide whistle introduction. The sound quality of these two tracks is an excellent stereo, some of the best recordings in this set. The final four tracks come from the second appearance on John Peel’s “Top Gear” in 1968. This was taped on December 2nd to coincide with their latest single, and what would be their last until 1979’s “Another Brick In The Wall Part 2,” “Point Me To The Sky.” John Peel introduces “Baby Blue Shuffle In D Major” as “a real departure, an acoustic guitar duet.” This song is a real rarity and might be an early version of “Grantchester Meadows” from Ummagumma, but at a faster tempo. “The Embryo” is a three and a half minute, acoustic guitar lead version of the well known and controversial stage piece. This is one of Gilmour’s finest creations and even this early version displays some of the song's beauty. “Interstellar Overdrive” lasts for more than eight minutes and is a fantastic version. The sound quality of these four tracks is in mono and is much better than the summer BBC session. Silver releases of this material are scarce but The Embryo (The Swingin’ Pig TSP-CD-020) has “Point Me To The Sky.”


The final disc contains Pink Floyd’s final live appearance of the year, the Flight To Lowlands Paradise II on December 28th at Jaarbeurs-Margriethal, Utrecht, Netherlands. Pink Floyd appeared at this show with The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Eire Apparent, The Pretty Things and The McKebba Medelssohn Main Line. This tape has been circulating for a while in a second-generation copy from the cassette but the master surfaced a couple years ago which contains five minutes of tune ups before the first song “Astronomy Domine.” A fan produced roio called Ode To Syd Barrett exists but this is the first silver release of the tape. Although Tarantura uses the master cassette, they omit the five-minute introduction and the tape begins right when the first song starts. This is the most complete audience recording from this year and is musically complete. The sound quality is poor to fair but improves as the show progresses. Waters’ introductions are faint and the audience sounds indifferent to the band. It is valuable for having such an early version of “Careful With That Axe, Eugene” which sounds much more compact in this environment. “Interstellar Overdrive” has Wright playing fascinating keyboard lines and the set closer “A Saucerful Of Secrets” sounds magnificent. The Transitional Period is packaged in a box with each individual disc in a thick cardboard sleeve with paper insert with track listing and the title stamped on the cover, replicating the old vinyl releases. The label also include mini reproductions of two magazine articles with reviews of The Committee which are interesting although contain no Floyd content. This is limited to one hundred numbered copies and is already almost sold out. This is a fun set to listen to covering an important period in Pink Floyd’s early career and is worth having.

Robin Trower trio - 2012-03-22 - Twist, DE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Heimathaus
Twist, Germany

"THE PLAYFUL HEART" - tour

source
audience recording in a good quality ba YAQUIYAGUA

Lineage
OKM II R > A3 > Nomad Jukebox3 > wav 16bit/44.1kHz trackmarks + cover artwork by FBAUER

Robin Trower - guitar
Richard Watts - bass, voc
Chris Taggart - drums 

CD1 47:19 
01. (intro) 1:09
02. Day Of The Eagle 4:06
03. Bridge Of Sighs 8:16
04. Not Inside - Outside 3:16
05. See My Life 4:33
06. Lady Love 3:02
07. For Earth Below 8:25
08. Samebody Calling 7:17
09. Rise Up Like The Sun 2:58
10. Confessin' Midnight 4:11

CD2 40:04
01. Little Red Rooster 5:18
02. The Turning 6:57
03. Too Rolling Stoned 8:03
04. Little Bit Of Sympathy 4:23
05. (applause) 1:08
06. That's Alright Mama 3:20
07. Daydream 10:53

total time 87:23 min

Paul Butterfield Blues Band - 1966-05-18 - Cambridge, MA (AUD/SBD/FLAC)

(Audience/Soundboard FLAC)

Unicorn Coffee House

Very Good Audience Tape/Soundboard

2nd Gen Maxell tape @7 1/2 ips (Technics 1506) to
Tascam Prof CD Recorder > CDWav > Flac

There was 'no' editing performed on this by me! Each set was on one side of the reel.

lineage: all blues (yahoo group) data vine dvd copy flacs > harddrive > upload

Paul Butterfield - Harp, Vocals
Mike Bloomfield - Lead Guitar
Elvin Bishop - Rhythum Guitar
Jerome Arnold - Bass
Mark Naftalin - Organ
Bill Davenport - Drums

Disc 1: 40:06
1st Set
01. Tuning up
02. Opening Number
03. Look Over Yonders walls
04. Born In Chicago
05. Love Her With A Feeling
06. Get Out My Life Woman
07. Never Say No
08. One More Heartache
09. Worksong

Disc 2: 43:32
2nd Set
01. Comin' Home Baby
02. Treat Her Right
03. Got A Mind To Give Up Livin'
04. Walkin' By Myself
05. Baby Please Come Home
06. World Is In An Uproar
07. Midnight Hour
08. So Fine
09. Got My Mojo Workin'

comments: 
for your Butterfield Band jones, more blues to come from this dvd! thanks to the artists, tapers, sharers, and Howard for keeping all blues going! enjoy!

Bon Jovi - 1989-09-12 - Phoenix, AZ (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Video Quality/Production Info:
Video B, Audio B

Audio/Video Specs:

Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Format settings, GOP : M=3, N=15
Duration : 16s 420ms
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 512 Mbps
Maximum bit rate : 9 558 Kbps
Width : 704 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Top Field First
Compression mode : Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 50.602
Stream size : 1 003 MiB (98%)

Audio
ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Duration : 14s 381ms
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 256 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits
Compression mode : Lossy
Delay relative to video : -67ms
Stream size : 449 KiB (0%)

Text
ID : 224 (0xE0)-DVD-2
Format : EIA-608
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Muxing mode, more info : Muxed in Video #1
Bit rate mode : Constant
Stream size : 0.00 Byte (0%)

Menu

Format:
NTSC

DVD 1
01 - Lay Your Hands On Me
02 - I'd Die For You
03 - Wild In The Streets
04 - You Give Love A Bad Name
05 - Born To Be My Baby
06 - + Interview with Jon 1995 London

DVD 2
01 - Let It Rock
02 - Living In Sin
03 - Blood On Blood
04 - Livin' On A Prayer
05 - Wanted Dead Or Alive
06 - Bad Medicine/Shout

Anathema - 2012-04-22 - Poznan, Poland (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Eskulap 

Taped by Dalton

Lineage: 
Sony ECM-719 -> Tascam DR-05 

01. Intro - A New Machine 
02. Untouchable, Part 1 
03. Untouchable, Part 2 
04. Lightning Song 
05. Thin Air 
06. Dreaming Light 
07. Everything 
08. Deep 
09. Emotional Winter 
10. Wings of God 
11. A Simple Mistake 
12. The Storm Before the Calm 
13. The Beginning and the End 
14. Universal 
15. Panic 
16. The Lost Child 
17. Internal Landscapes 
18. Closer 
19. A Natural Disaster 
20. Flying 
21. Fragile Dreams 

Elton John - 2013-12-04 - New York, NY, USA (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

ELTON JOHN (with 2Cellos)
"Don't Let The Rose Get On My Stage"

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA // 2013-12-04

Lineage (TSS_Killer): Live sound output > Sound Professionals SP-BMC-2 mini binaural microphones w/ SP-EMC-1 croakie mounts > Microphone Madness MM-CBM-Mini miniature battery module > Roland R-05 (PCM @ 96/24) w/ a Sandisk 16GB Class 4 SDHC Card > PC via USB > Reaper (x64) > FLAC

Lineage (inu-liger): FLAC > foobar2000 > WAV > Goldwave (volume normalization - max 2dB, fade in/out, track-splitting) > WAV > Adobe Audition 1.5 (minor glitch repair) > WAV > foobar2000 (with down-conversion to 44.1/16) > FLAC (Level 8)

Quality: Excellent

Recorded on location by TSS_Killer

Upper Left Bowl - Approx. 80 feet from stage
Edited by inu-liger

Dedication to Elton John (Banner raising for 64 sold out shows at MSG)

2CELLOS OPENING SET:
2Cellos Video Introduction
Smooth Criminal
Smells Like Teen Spirit

01 - Funeral For A Friend / Love Lies Bleeding
02 - Bennie And The Jets
03 - Candle In The Wind
04 - Grey Seal
05 - Levon
06 - Tiny Dancer
07 - Holiday Inn
08 - Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters
09 - Believe
10 - Philadelphia Freedom
11 - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
12 - Rocket Man
13 - Hey Ahab
14 - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
15 - The One (solo)
16 - Oceans Away
17 - Someone Saved My Life Tonight
18 - Sad Songs (Say So Much)
19 - All The Girls Love Alice
20 - Home Again
21 - Band Introductions
22 - Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
23 - I'm Still Standing
24 - The Bitch Is Back
25 - Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'n Roll)
26 - Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting

encore
27 - Your Song
28 - Crocodile Rock

Taper's Notes: "Second night sounds much better recording-wise due to better position. A blue banner is raised to commemorate 64 sold out shows at MSG. The bootleg title comes from someone on the floor that threw a giant rose onto the stage after one of the songs. Elton then puts it into a pitcher of water. Someone gives him a bouquet of roses during the encore, and he also puts it into the same pitcher"

Bruce Springsteen - 1990-11-17 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/AUD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)


Shrine Auditorium

Benefit concert for the Christic Institute

A soundboard / audience tape mix by Prodigal Son

Lineage:
Unknown (not given in original torrent)

01) "If you're moved to clap …" (0:41)
02) Brilliant Disguise (4:31)
03) Darkness on the Edge of Town (3:26)
04) "The address was 39 and a half" (1:02)
05) Mansion on the Hill (4:24)
06) "We all live with our ..." (0:56)
07) Reason to Believe (4:07)
08) "You gotta watch those redheads" (1:48)
09) Red Headed Woman (3:32)
10) 57 Channels (and Nothing On) (3:06)
11) The Wish (4:48)
12) Tougher Than The Rest (3:30)
13) Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (3:46)
14) Soul Driver (2:12)
15) State Trooper (2:33)
16) "When that side of you …" (1:35)
17) Nebraska (4:12)
18) When the Lights Go Out (3:29)
19) Thunder Road (5:38)
20) "I caught his first tear on the tip …" (2:22)
21) My Hometown (4:49)
22) Real World (4:32)
23) Highway 61 Revisited (3:31) *
24) Across The Borderline (5:04) *

* w/Bonnie Raitt & Jackson Browne

Comments:
Most Springsteen fans know that Bruce dissolved the E Street Band shortly after the completion of the extensive "Tunnel of Love" tour, and set out writing songs that could be performed by a new band of "young guns," which surfaced on his "Human Touch" and "Lucky Town" albums in 1992. His first post-E Street performances were two acoustic shows in his adopted hometown of L.A. in benefit concerts for the Christic Institute, with supporting acts Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt; these shows attracted extensive fan and critical scrutiny because they were the first indicator of Bruce's "new direction." This is the second of the two nights, matrixing a good audience recording with a so-so soundboard feed; the results here are pretty good. Not something you're likely to listen to a lot, but it's an interesting diversion in his career and a curiosity to hear the debut of his (then-) new material.

Glen Hansard - 2013-11-12 - Linz, AT (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Glen HANSARD & The Frames 
Posthof, Linz, Austria 
2013-11-12 

"Bet Your Joy On All Tomorrows" (For Theresa!) 

Source: Soundboard - iRiver HP120 
All credits: Niko Springstein 

Total Time: 2h54min 

Big thx to Glen & Gerry for making this possible; and to Lyn for joining me! 

01 Say It To Me Now (unplugged) 
02 Maybe Not Tonight 
03 Love Don`t Leave Me Waiting >> Respect (Aretha Franklin) 
04 Intro 
05 Talking With The Wolves 
06 Intro 
07 Lucky Man 
08 When your Mind`s Made Up 
09 Lowly Deserter 
10 Pressing On (Bob Dylan) >> 
11 Low Rising 
12 Intro 
13 Bird Of Sorrow 
14 The Beast 
15 Leave 
16 Come Away To The Water 
17 Intro 
18 High Hope 
19 Moving On 
20 Your Heart`s Not In It 
21 This May Be Hard 
22 Revelate >> 
23 Star Star ** >> 
24 Hotellounge (Deus) 
25 Fitzcarraldo >> 
26 Heyday (Mic Christopher) 
27 This Gift 
Gold (unplugged; no chance to put this up here) 
28 Emer`s Dream (Colm) 
29 Falling Slowly 
30 Don`t Go Down That Road 
31 Sammy`s Glee (Mike Bench) 
32 Her Mercy (For Silvie) 
33 The Auld Triangle 

Bob Dylan - 1963-04-12 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage:

trade -> flac

Bob Dylan (guitar, harmonica, vocal).


CD1:

01 audience
02 Ramblin' Down Thru The World
03 Bob Dylan's Dream
04 Talkin' New York
05 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
06 Walls Of Red Wing
07 All Over You
08 Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues
09 Boots Of Spanish Leather
10 Hero Blues
11 Blowin' In The Wind
12 John Brown
13 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
14 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall

CD2:
01 Dusty Old Fairgrounds
02 Who Killed Davey Moore?
03 Seven Curses
04 Highway 51 (Curtis Jones)
05 Pretty Peggy-O (trad., arranged by Bob Dylan)
06 Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag
07 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
08 Hiding Too Long
09 With God On Our Side
10 Masters Of War
11 Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie


Notes:

A new two-disc set from the Hollow Horn label that will contain the complete performance from the legendary concert at the Town Hall in New York City on 12 April 1963. Several songs have appeared from this concert over the years from several different sources (including some off scratchy acetates) but this features the whole 23 song performance from a perfect fully mixed professional tape source. The sound quality is staggering, and this performance, in my opinion, is one of the most important that has ever emerged in the history of non official releases. The packaging is up to usual high standard for Hollow Horn releases, and this one includes an extra booklet as well as the usual fold-out panel design.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Stubb's Barbecue (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

December - 1978 - Stubb's Barbecue, Lubbock, Texas 

Low gen tape-> SONY TC we305-> sondblaster pc CDWAVE-> flac-> you 

Stevie Ray guitar-vocals 
Lou Ann Barton Vocals 
Freddie "Pharoah" Walden drums 
Jack Newhouse bass 
Johnny Reno Sax 

01 Guitar Hurricane 
02 Tin Pan Alley 
03 Thunderbird 
04 Lost Your Good Thing Now 
05 Shake For Me 
06 Tell Me 
07 (Rumba) 
08 I'll Change 
09 Call On Me (may be called "Umph!") 
10 Hip Shake Baby 
11 Stangs Swang 
12 (Jazzy Instrumental) 
13 Woke Up This Mornin 
14 My Baby She's Gone (may be called "Now Be Careful") 
15 I'm Crying 
16 I've Tried Pretty Baby 
17 Hug You Squeeze You 
18 Rude Mood 
19 Hideaway 

track "Stevie Stubbs 197810" was the empty space during the tape flip 

SOME INFO I FOUND ON THE NET 
SRV first met Stubb when he was in his late teens. He would regularly play at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q joint in Lubbock. Stories abound about SRV regularly blowing his earnings, stranding himself in Lubbock. Stubb would always empty his cash register and give all that he had to SRV so the kid could get back home to Austin. 

Stubb loved the blues. The next time you feel like some slow and low guitar, put on SRV’s “Tin Pan Alley (AKA Roughest Place In SRV learned to play this song by listening to James Reed’s version on Stubb’s jukebox. 

Hatch says: 
The date for that would be the late 70's. Bands didn’t start playing Stubbs BBQ until after Jesse Taylor was picked up by Stubb when he was hitch hiking one time. I believe that was in 77. 
Then the jams started taking place at Stubbs. So I would place the photo to have been taken in 77 or 78 most likely. Also when Stevie first started coming to Lubbock he lived both in Dallas and the Austin areas. When in the Ely band we once were in between gigs and had no place to stay. All the motels were book the night we came into town. So we just went to Stevie’s house and plugged the bus into his electrical and spent the night in it. 

That was in 78 I’m pretty sure. Here is a link to a picture of Stevie’s house in Oak Cliff (taken in 2011well after SRV was playing in the forever band). 

Santana - 1973-02-26 - Philadelphia, PA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

THE SPECTRUM,

Carlos Santana
Jose “Chepito” Areas
Tom Coster
Richard Kermode
James “Mingo” Lewis
Armando Peraza
Douglas Rauch
Michael Shrieve

CD-R 1:
1. Going Home/A-1 Funk/Every Step Of The Way
2. Samba Pa Ti
3. Look Up (To See What’s Coming Down)
4. Just In Time To See The Sun
5. Incident At Neshabur
6. Bambele
7. Stone Flower
8. Batucada
9. Xibaba (She-Ba-Ba)
10. Stone Flower

Total Time: 58:31

CD-R 2:
11. Waiting
12. Castillos De Arena, Part 1 (Sand Castle)
13. Free Angela/Aranjuez
14. Mantra/Kyoto
15. Mantra/Kyoto Castillos De Arena, Part 2 (Sand Castle) Earth
16. Se A Cabo
17. Savor
18. Toussaint L’Overture

Total Time: 47:17

After a few 2013 shows (some more will follow) a 74 one and the AUD recording of the LA show of January 18th 1973, here another vintage one from the start of 1973 San Diego was the first one I uploaded some time ago.This is the show of February 26th and I think it's new here!! Again a Lotus show, so the setlist is almost identical. Superb performance This time there is the infamous drum solo (Kyoto) again.

I again felt the need to run Audition to improve it a bit on the high end. I think the result is good again! A little hiss is to be heard in the silent passages, but the overall
boost in the high end weighs up to that.

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Neil Young - 1970s - Chrome Dreams (black label) (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Neil Young
'Chrome Dreams' (black label)
(17088-02)
disk says 'made in Italy'

lineage: silver disk > eac > flacs > upload

comments: got this at a 'record convention' a few years back. scans included. enjoy!

01. Powderfinger 
02. Captain Kennedy 
03. Pocahontas 
04. Will To Love 
05. Sedan Delivery 
06. River Of Pride 
07. Too Far Gone 
08. Star Of Bethlehem 
09. Like A Hurricane 
11. Look Out For My Love 
12. Hold Back The Tears 
13. Homefires 
14. Ride My Llama 
15. Peace Of Mind 
16. Stringman 

Notes: Source: Studio/Live. Tracks 9 & 14: Live, Nov 1976. Track 12: Live, 1982. Track 13: Live at the Boarding House, San Francisco, May 1978. 
This album never made it to release. Many tracks were released on other albums, some were not. This album features the black "Blowjob" cover. 
-------------------------------
CHROME DREAMS: WHITE LABEL
Chrome Dreams (White) 
Tracklist: 1. Pocahontas 2. Will To Love 3. Star Of Bethlehem 4. Like A Hurricane 5. Too Far Gone 6. Hold Back The Tears 7. Homegrown 8. Captain Kennedy 9. Stringman 10. Sedan Delivery 11. Powderfinger 12. Look Out My Love 
Notes: Source: Studio. This album never made it to release. Many tracks were released on other albums, some were not. This album features the white "Cowboy" cover. 

NOTES ON THE TWO CHROME DREAMS, MAKE OF THIS WHAT YOU CAN...
For those who aren't aware of the album's history, let me place it into context: In October of 1976, Neil was set to release the three-lp best-of Decade. At the last minute, however, he changed his mind and instead requested his record company, Reprise, to shelve the project for one year. He had plans for a new album, he said, that would be ready for a November release. He even proffered the title: Chrome Dreams. November came and went, of course, and no new Neil product was in sight. Fast forward to March of 1977: acetates of the proposed album are pressed, with the track listing as follows: Side one: a solo acoustic "Pocahontas," "Will to Love," "Star of Bethlehem," "Like a Hurricane," "Too Far Gone" Side two: a solo acoustic "Hold Back the Tears," "Homegrown," "Captain Kennedy," "Stringman," a less frenetic "Sedan Delivery," a solo acoustic "Powderfinger," "Look Out for My Love." Jump ahead to June, when American Stars 'n' Bars is released: five of the songs planned for Chrome Dreams make the cut. The rest? They'd surface in the years to come, some with nary a change in arrangement and others. . . refashioned for the times. The questions surrounding this album, then, are what has kept it firmly entrenched in the Neil pantheon as a "mythical" album. What if Neil had released it in instead of American Stars 'n' Bars? While ASnB is good--let's face it, it doesn't rank in the same league with this lost treasure. And what would have become of Rust Never Sleeps, which shares three tracks? And why, exactly, did Neil shelve this masterpiece? Of course, any answers are pure conjecture--which is half the fun. In short, this is a fine--nay, great--bootleg. Performances are topnotch throughout, especially the acoustic "red men run son" version of "Powderfinger" and ... all of the other songs. 
In late 1976, Neil Young was putting the final touches on his personally-sequenced career retrospective 3LP set, "Decade". Scheduled for release in early November, test pressings were sent to reviewers and covers (for displays) were sent to stores. As November and then December came and went, Neil fans and retailers were left wonderin' what had become of the well- publicized "best of" package. The "Decade" displays came down and Christmas displays went up. Six months later, Neil finally did release a new record, but it would be a single disc titled "American stars 'n bars", rather than the 3LP "Decade". Unlike "Homegrown", very little is known about the fabled "Chrome Dreams" LP (later known as "Ride My Llama"). An article published in the September 9, 1976 Rolling Stone mentions a ten-date tour with Crazy Horse "...scheduled for November, just about when he'll release his next LP, planned as "Chrome Dreams".Johnny Rogan mentions the album in his book as an early version of "American stars 'n bars" that Photos of the labels "proved" that the acetate did in fact exist, and we all assumed that it was now just a matter of time before a bootleg appeared. Sure enough, a year later the bootleg CD turned up, and some months later I actually acquired the acetate itself. It's a bit noisier than the CD, but it sure sounds better. The album starts off with an "alternate" version of "Pocahontas" This solo acoustic version is in fact the same take that appears on the "Rust Never Sleeps" LP (July 1979), but without the overdubs. "Will To Love" ("American stars 'n bars"), "Star Of Bethlehem" ("Decade" - October 1977) and "Like A Hurricane" ("American stars 'n bars") follow.The closing track on side one is an unreleased studio version of "Too Far Gone". Although the lyrics and tempo are very similar to the 1989 "Freedom" take (it even times out within :07 of the released version), this sparse recording comes across hung-over and heart-felt; and it's just plain better. Side two opens with an alternate version of "Hold Back The Tears", which was apparently recorded about the same time as "Too Far Gone". Unlike the version on "American stars 'n bars", this take is considerably slower, and definitely more intense. "Homegrown" follows, and although this is the same take as the "stars 'n bars" version, the mix is noticeably different. The guitars are "pushed way up front" and have a much grittier sound. "Captain Kennedy" ("Hawks & Doves" - October 1980) is next, with the live 3/31/76 Hammersmith Odeon version of "Sringman" next. Often bootlegged but but just another famous unreleased song until 1993's 2. There's been a lot of confusion about the "Chrome Dreams" acetate since this article was originally published in Broken Arrow (February 1993). A bootleg CD was released some months later containing all of the recordings discussed above plus three live Neil Young & The Ducks performances. Very nice booklet with "star 'n bars" inner sleeve-style design & photo. Although a review eluded to the unlisted 8/22/77 Ducks' tracks, there's no mention of them anywhere in the packaging. Here's where the confusion began. Soon after, another bootleg CD called "CHROME DREAMS" turned up, containing most of the same songs (but not the same recordings) plus a few additional recordings (most-notably the previously-unissued studio version of "White Line" and a live version of "Ride My Llama" --which was actually yet another working title for the "American stars 'n bars" album). This CD booklet front cover shows a circa-1978 B&W (& silver) photo of Neil. It's really that simple. However, numerous reviewers have gotten the two CDs mixed up countless times, superimposing live versions where (acetate) studio versions are and vice-versa. The Ducks' tracks aren't even mentioned in some reviews. To further confuse the issue, supposedly a third bootleg CD has also been issued, adding tracks from the "Times Square" acetate as bonus cuts. I have not seen this one, but I read a review of it in Broken Arrow some time ago. I have actually seen, handled and taped the acetate discussed here, so despite what you might have read elsewhere regarding the recording dates &/or versions of the songs from this acetate, the information here is correct. 

The Eagles - 2014-01-16 - Inglewood, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Live at the Fabulous Forum

Genre: Classic Rock
Audience Tape: A
Mikes: Schoeps mk4 > Actives > NBox >
Recorder: Sony M-10
Transfer: Goldwave (Volume Boost, Compression > Dither to 16b) > Media Monkey (Flac Transfer L8)
Location: Left Center Section "G" (stack tape)
Recorded by Scooter123
Tapers Trade List: http://db.etree.org/mylibbydog

Don Henley, Drums, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Glen Fry, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Joe Walsh, Guitar, Vocals
Timothy B. Schmidt, Bass, Vocals
Bernie Leadon, Guitar, Banjo, Vocals

Stewart Smith, Guitar, Vocals
Richard Davis, Keyboards, Vocals
Will Hollis, Keyboards, Vocals
Scott Crago, Drums, Percussion
Michael Thompson, Keybards, Vocals

01. What Ever Happened to Saturday Night
02. Banter re Rehearsing at Bud's Shack
03. Train Leaves Here This Morning
04. Banter
05. Peaceful Easy Feeling
06. Banter
07. Witchy Woman
08. Banter re Book of Gun Fighters
09. Doolin-Dalton
10. Tequilla Sunrise
11. Doolin-Dalton (Reprise) > Desparado
12. Banter re Bill Szymczyk
13. Already Gone
14. Best of My Love
15. Banter re First No. One Single and Dan Tanas Steak House
16. Lyin Eyes
17. One of These Nights
18. Banter re Randy Meisner
19. Take It To The Limit
20. Pretty Maids All In A Row
21. I Can't Tell You Why
22. New Kid in Town
23. Banter re Lights On
24. Love Will Keep Us Alive
25. Banter re Sound System and Beach Boys
26. Heartache Tonight
27. Those Shoes
28. In The City
29. Band Introductions
30. Life Has Been Good to Me
31. Banter re Record Plant and Miami
32. The Long Run
33. Funk No. 49
34. Life in the Fast Lane
35. Hotel California
36. Banter re Thanks
37. Take It Easy
38. Rocky Mountain Way
39. Desperado

TT: 2:39

Tapers Notes:
The Eagles come home to the City which spawned them--Los Angeles, and to the newly renovated "Fabulous Forum," former home of the Lakers and in past years, a world renown echo chamber concert hall.

However, the Forum has been completely reborn as a concert hall, so it has new comfortable seats, acoustic paneling and a state of the art sound system which Glen Frey said was the "best sounding
concert venue in the world, and we've played them all."

Well, Frey may be over-selling the sound, as Los Angeles has the Hollywood Bowl and the Greek Theater, but this was a great sounding show, although I had a whistler a few seats away, but through
some post recording processing, I've reduced his footprint considerably.

Much of the banter is about Los Angeles and the six years they spent here developing their sound and their favorite haunts. So for the most part, it is probably meaningless to most of you out-of-towners. But there is a dedication to Randy Meisner. Don Felder is not mentioned by the boys, which given the the past lawsuits by the two and Felder's tell-all book, is not a surprise. Felder did contribute to writing "Hotel California," the band most successful recording.

The Eagles have performed shows with this static set list for several years now, and the only other Schoeps pulls were two fine recordings by Ed Tyre and Datfly in a couple Florida and New Jersey shows last year. So I hope you enjoy this one from the Forum. 

This is a long show, almost three hours of music, so you'll get a lot of bang for your buck.

"We used to rehearse at an old at old shack in a parking lot at the Eastern end of the San Fernando Valley in a parking lot next door to a liquor store, owned by Bud, who was thoroughly pickled most of the time. That's right--It was convenient--free parking and booze." Don Henley January 16, 2014, about coming back to LA where the Eagles were formed.

"This next song is dedicated to my first wife, Plaintiff." Glen Frey January 16, 2014, dedicating the song "Lyin Eyes to his ex-wfie, Texas debutante Janie Beggs

"I'm from Detroit, where 'Mother' is only a half a word. Glen Frey, explaining the his tough Detroitneighborhood.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Radiohead - 2000-07-04 - Berlin, DE (pre-FM/FLAC) by REQUEST



(pre-FM FLAC)

Großer Sendesaal des SFB 

FIXED VERSION 

audio patching and artwork by ridleybradout 

SOURCE: 
Satellite (PRE-FM) > DAT > CD-R > SHN > WAV > Nero Wave Editor/Soundtrax for patching > FLAC 

Disc 1 
01 Optimistic 
02 Morning Bell 
03 Karma Police 
04 The National Anthem 
05 In Limbo 
06 No Surprises 
07 My Iron Lung 
08 Dollars And Cents 
09 Bishop's Robes 
10 Talk Show Host 
11 Kid A 

Disc 2 
01 You And Whose Army? 
02 Airbag 
03 Lucky 
04 How To Disappear Completely 
05 Paranoid Android 
06 Everything In Its Right Place 
07 Pyramid Song 
08 Exit Music (For A Film) 
08 Knives Out 
10 Nude (Tease) 
11 (Nice Dream)

Coldplay - 2014-06-12 - Tokyo, JP (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live in Tokyo Dome City Hall

Venue:Tokyo Dome City Hall, Tokyo, Japan 
Date:2014-06-12 
Source:FM Broadcast 

Lineage:
Analog FM Receiver->wave->flac 8 

01.Intro 
02.Always In My Head 
03.Charlie Brown 
04.Paradise 
05.Magic 
06.Clocks 
07.God Put A Smile Upon Your Face 
08.Green Eyes 
09.Ink 
10.True Love 
11.Viva La Vida 
12.Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall 
13.Midnight 
14.(Encore) 
15.Oceans 
16.A Sky Full Of Stars 
17.Fix You

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Traffic - 1970-07-01 - San Francisco, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Fillmore West, July 1, 1970

The only complete Traffic recording from Spring 1970 tour
Fillmore West, San Francisco

Steve Winwood - organ, guitar, vocals
Jim Capaldi - drums, vocals
Chris Wood - sax & flute, keyboards

Disc 1:
01. Jerry Pompeili Band Intros
02. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring?
03. Every Mother's Son
04. Medicated Goo
05. Talk: Intro To John Barleycorn
06. John Barleycorn
07. Pearly Queen
08. Talk: Intro To Stranger To Himself
09. Stranger To Himself
10. Empty Pages
11. 40,000 Headmen
12. Thank Yous, Crowd Noise & Jerry Pompeili Outro

Disc 2:
01. Introduction
02. Glad
03. Freedom Rider
04. John Barleycorn Must Die
05. Can't Find My Way Home
06. No Time To Live
07. Stranger To Himself
08. Feelin' Good
09. Dear Mr. Fantasy

This is the part of the stream of essential Traffic performances 1967-1974.

Carl Palmer - 2014-05-03 - Tel Aviv, Israel (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

ELP Legacy Tour

Reading 3 Club

*Complete Show*

Source:
88FM Radio Broadcast

Lineage:
FM -> Zoom H1 -> WAV (16bit/44.1khz) -> PC -> Audacity -> TLH -> FLAC

Rating:
VG (read the notes below)

Catalog:
ANDY-031

Paul Bielatowicz - guitars
Simon Fitzpatrick - bass
Carl Palmer - drums

01. Radio DJs Talk
02. Ride of the Valkyries
03. Welcome Back
04. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
05. Carl Talks
06. Knife Edge
07. Mars, the Bringer of War
08. 21st Century Schizoid Man
09. Carl Introduces Paul
10. Claire de Lune (Guitar Solo)
11. Carl Introduces "Trilogy"
12. Trilogy
13. Bohemian Rhapsody (Bass Solo)
14. Carl Introduces "America"
15. America
16. Carmina Burana
17. Calr Introduces "Pictures at an Exhibition"
18. Pictures at an Exhibition
19. Carl Thanks the Crowd
20. Fanfare for the Common Man
21. Drum Solo
22. Fanfare for the Common Man (conclusion)

Encore:
23. Carl Thanks the Crowd
24. Hoedown

Length: 1:53:40

Editing:
Normalizaed to 0.0 db
Balanced channels (20% Left)
Added fade in/out
Tracked
Fixed SBEs, Flac'd, tested and created checksums.

Notes:
The first ever concert of Carl Palmer's band in Israel. DJ talks during the intro to Ride of the Valkyries. Also there's a very short moment of silence at the end of the track, looks like somebody on the controls pressed mute(?) Carl's introduction to the guitar solo is also damaged by both mic problems in the club and broadcasting issues. During Paul's guitar solo the left channel misteriously goes off and returns at the end. In the middle of Simon's bass solo the DJ shows some typical Israeli chutzpah and breaks in to tell us it's Bohemian Rhapsody. (Seriously man!) Don't worry he breaks in yet again during "Pictures". The hiss is sometimes a bit stronger, but it's noticed mostly during quiet parts. All in all the performance is truly remarkable and the setlist very interesting (in my opinion).

Eric Clapton - 2014-02-26 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

"Lived In Journey"

-2 CD paper sleeve, limited numbered 100 copies.
Best recording of this show!!!

Wednesday 26 February 2014
Osaka Jo Hall, Osaka Japan

LINEAGE:
Silver CDs > XLD (secure ripper mode) > FLAC

Disc 1 :
01. Opening
02. Pretending
03. Key To They Highway
04. Tell The Truth
05. Hoochie Coochie Man
06. Honest Man (Paul Carrack / Vocals)
07. Wonderful Tonight
08. I Shot The Sheriff
09. Driftin'
10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
11. Alabama Woman
12. Layla
13. Tears In Heaven

Disc 2 :
01. How Long (Paul Carrack / Vocals)
02. Before You Accuse Me
03. Crossroads
04. Little Queen Of Spades
05. Cocaine
06. High Time We Went
(Encore - Paul Carrack / Vocals)
07. SE / Announcement~Outro

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Eric Clapton - Nuthin' But The Blues (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Dates: November 08 or 09, 1994
Venue: The Fillmore, San Francisco, California, US.

Source: Sb Stereo 6 Recording
Lineage: Tuff Bites 95/1021 Boot 2CD > WAV > EAC > FLAC

Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low: Rhythm Guitar
Jerry Portnoy: Harmonica
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Dave Bronze: Bass
Andy Newmark: Drums
Roddy Lorimer: Trumpet
Tim Sanders: Tenor Sax
Simon Clarke: Baritone Sax  

Disc.1
01: Blues Leave Me Alone
02: Standing Around Crying
03: 44
04: It Hurts Me Too
05: Five Long Years
06: Crossroads
07: Malted Milk
08: Motherless Children
09: How Long
10: Reconsider Baby
11: Sinner's Prayer
12: Everyday I Have The Blues
13: Someday After A While
14: Crosscut Saw
15: Have You Ever Loved A Woman
16: I'm Tore Down
17: Groaning The Blues
18: Ain't Nobody Business

Disc.2
01: Early In The Morning
02: Driftin'
03: Cross This Town
04: Double Trouble
05: All Your Love

1985-4-23 Baltimore Maryland US
06: Further On Up The Road

1975-4-14Brisbane Australia
07: Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
08: Milk Cow Blues

1974-8-01 Atlanta Georgia US
09: Bright Lights, Big City

Lez Zeppelin - 2013-06-17 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC) 24Bit-48Khz


(Audience FLAC)

24Bit-48Khz

Date: June 17, 2013
Venue: New Morning
Town: Paris, France

Location: Left Center Up Two Steps Mainfloor
Mics: Sony ECM-MS 907
Recorder: Roland R-05
SDHC Card: 32GB Transcend Class 10
Wav file transferred to PC via USB.
Conversion to FLAC with Goldwave 5.70
Tracks splits and Fade Out last track Goldwave 5.70

Lez Zeppelin are:
Steph Paynes (Lead Guitar)
Shannon Conley (Vocals)
Leesa Harrington-Squyres (Drums)
Megan Thomas (Bass Guitar, Organ, Mandolin)

Full CD Artwork included

TT : 2h02mn [24Bit/48Khz] seemless recording (needs to be dithered to 16bit before burning to CD)

01- "Bonsoir Paris"
02- Good Times Bad Times
03- Black Dog
04- The Ocean
05- Misty Mountain Hop
06- Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
07- Dazed And Confused > How Many More Times
08- No Quarter
09- Heartbreaker
10- Guitar Intro > Since I've Been Loving You

Suggested split for CD burning
11- Rock 'n' Roll > Drums
12- Kashmir
13- Encore Break
14- Going To California
15- Whole Lotta Love

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Pink Floyd - 1970-04-22 - Port Chester, NY (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Capitol Theater

Equipment: Sony TC-110
Source: Master Cassette > Soundforge / Remaster > CD-R > FLAC

Disc 1
1. Granchester Meadows  
2. Astronomy Domine  
3. Cymbaline          
4. Atom Heart Mother  
5. The  Embryo      

Disc 2
1. Green is the Colour
2. Careful With that Axe, Eugene
3. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
4. A Saucerful of Secrets
5. Interstellar Overdrive*

*original text file misnamed as "Pink Blues"

Morrissey - 1988-12-22 - Wolverhampton, UK (mp4 pro-shot)

(mp4 pro-shot)

infos here

Morrissey at Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Performance of 22 December 1988

DETAILS
Size: 777220990 bytes
MD5: 2ff9ec34361ca4ab1329753bcebbb81b
SHA1: d8362947a625b95d8c1f62059ff69f5dcd58d50a
Ripper: HandBrake 0.98 "Normal" Preset, with modifications
Source: DVD of an analog transcode from super-secret source Wink

VIDEO
Resolution: 674x550 (cropped blank video borders)
Aspect: 4:3 (not counting crop)
Framerate: 25fps
Encoding: H.264 AVC
Settings: CQ single-pass rate factor 22
Compatibility: Mid-profile; compatible with most devices
Filters: Decomb + weak denoise filter
Other: Has hardcoded timecode from source

AUDIO
Languages: English stereo
Encoding: MPEG-4 AAC
Bitrate: 256kbps CBR

01 - Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before
02 - Disappointed
03 - Interesting Drug
04 - Suedehead
05 - The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
06 - Sister I'm A Poet
07 - Death At One's Elbow
08 - Sweet And Tender Hooligan

NOTES
Why H.264 + AAC? Because MPEG-4 is an industry standard now. XviD + MP3 is on its way out. Change is inevitable. And besides, H.264 and AAC provide much better fidelity than
XviD + MP3 at the same or lower bit rates.

The Cure - Getting Old (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Label: not on label
Source: Vinyl / LP - Unofficial Release 
equipment: Lenco 3806 / Sonar(Roland) VS-100 / Soundforge Pro 10.0
Format: FLAC
Year: unknown
Artwork included

Pretty rare unofficial compilation release. It contains 2 tracks from the John Peel Sessions in 1979 8 tracks recorded at The Marquee, London, March 1979 and 4 tracks from the Midnight Express show in july 1983

A1 - Desperate Journalist (Grinding Halt improv)
A2 - Subway Song 
A3 - Object (unmentioned 03b Foxy Lady)
A4 - Meathook 
A5 - 3 Imaginary Boys 
A6 - Boys Don't Cry 
A7 - Handsome (Unissued) (Do the Hansa)
A8 - 10:15 Saturday Night 

B1 - Figurehead 
B2 - M 
B3 - Drowning Man 
B4 - One Hundred Years 

A1-A2 - John Peel 1979
A3-A8 - 1979-03-11 - Marquee Club, London, UK (first known recording)
B1-B4 - 1983-07-27 - Midnight Express, Bournemouth, UK

Personal note:
I bought this record some months ago on a record fair. One of the better additions to my Cure bootleg collection. Good quality for bootleg recordings in those years. A nice compilation of the various 'faces' of the early Cure. Not much info available about the actual release of the LP.

Some interesting versions. 'Desperate Journalist' is 'Grinding halt' with improvised lyrics, against a stupid review on their music. Tracks 3 to 8 on side one is a part of the first known recording of an early live show. 
Very good atmosphere and great live versions of old songs. Unmentioned on the cover, track 3 also has 'Foxy Lady' after 'Object'. I have cut these tracks and called them 3A and 3B.

Side 2 is part of one of the 3 shows The Cure did in 1983. After the split up in 1982, they took a break for almost a year. Robert Smith started it up again with Laurence Tolhurst and Phil Tornally and Andy Anderson were added for live performances.

This recording is untouched, no clean-ups, no noise reduction, no cuts in pauzes between songs on the record, I wanted to keep close to the sensation of 'playing a record'.