Monday, February 8, 2016

Carlos Santana 2000-04-28 Budokan Tokyo, Japan


Carlos Santana with Eric Clapton
Budokan
Tokyo, Japan
28 April 2000

By Request

CD 1:
101. Intro
102. Spiritua
103. Yaleo
104. Love Of My Life
105. Put Your Light On
106. Africa Bamba
107. Day Of Celebration
108. Victory Is Won
109. Acoustic Guitar Solo
110. Maria Maria
111. Europa

CD 2:
09. Happy / Get It In Your Soul
201. Batuka*
202. No One To Depend On *
203. Taboo*
204. The Calling *
205. Black Magic Woman
206. Gypsy Queen
207. Oye Como Va 
208. Apache*
209. Smooth*
210. Soul Sacrifice*
211. Jingo*

The Band:
Carlos Santana – guitar
Andy Vargas – vocals
Tony Lindsay – vocals
Chester Thompson – keyboards
Benny Rietveld – bass
Rodney Holmes – drums
Raul Rekow – congas
Karl Perazzo – timbales
Special Guest:
Eric Clapton - guitar*

By Request.
Artwork included.
md5 included
Lineage:
Aud>?>cdr>EAC>TLH Flac

Rating (scale 1-5) 4+

Comment: This sourced version does not match Slyph covers.
If you have true Slyph version, please post. Always nice to
compare.

Upped exclusively for free trading and enjoyment by
Yours Truly, ECMM 

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The Kinks1987-05-28 Westfalenhalle 2 Dortmund, Germany


The Kinks 
Dortmund, Germany
Westfalenhalle 2
28. Mai 1987

-reseed-

minimax master-series #81

Master audience recording from my old TDK SA C-90 cassettes
Artwork is included!

This concert I taped with an aiwa walkman (can't remember what kind of aiwa it was)
and an extra microphone (I don't know anymore what mikrophone that was).
I recorded it from the middle of the audience about 5 meters from the stage a little bit on the left side.
The sound quality is very good +.
Sorry, there are 2 seconds missing in "All day and all of the night"
- don't know what happened.
It was a real nice evening with Ray Davies and Co. having lot of fun. So, enjoy it.

disc 01

intro
do it again
the hard way
where have all the good
times gone
bad attitude
come dancing
waterloo sunset
working at the factory
lost and found
think visual
welcome to sleazy town

disc 02

band introduction / guilty
living o a thin line
lola
dead end street
david watts
all day and all of the night
i gotta move
celluloid heroes
pressure
how are you?
you really got me
goodnight / audience
victoria
twist and shout

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Bela Fleck & The Flecktones 1996-03-19 Georgia Theater Athens, GA

Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
1996-03-19
Georgia Theater
Athens, GA
akg463>da-p1(oade akgmod) 16/44.1
t&s by c. cage
dat(m)>r4>pc cdwave splits>tlh flac 8  

Set 1
01 Up & Running
02 Scuttlebutt
03 Stomping Grounds
04 Bela banter 
05 Rainlands
06 BluBop
07 Wooten Solo
08 County Clare
09 New South Africa

Set 2
01 D 6/8
02 Oddity
03 Spain
04 Blues For Gordon
05 Futureman Solo
06 New Tune ?
07 Flight of the Cosmic Hippo
08 More Luv
09 Bela Fleck Solo
e:
10 Sinister Minister


Paul McCandless on woodwinds


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Derek and the Dominos 1970-11-20 Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, California



 Derek and the Dominos
"Stormy Monday"
Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, California
November 20, 1970

Paddington Records - PADD 040/041/042

Disc 1:

   1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
   2. Key to the Highway
   3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
   4. Blues Power
   5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
   6. Tell the Truth
   7. All Night Long - Derek's Boogie
   8. Let it Rain

Disc 2:

   1. Tuning
   2. Got to Get Better in a Little While
   3. Key to the Highway
   4. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad

Disc 3:

   1. Tuning
   2. Blues Power
   3. Stormy Monday
   4. Tell the Truth
   5. Let it Rain
   6. Every Day I Have the Blues

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton    Guitar, Vocals
Carl Radle    Bass
Jim Gordon    Drums
Bobby Whitlock    Keyboards, Vocals

Special Guests:

Delaney Bramlett on all songs, except "Everyday I have the blues"
Toe Fat on "Everyday I have the blues"

Geetarz Comments:

This Paddington set should not be confused with earlier vinyl release of the same title, or the CD with the same title released on the Trade Mark of Quality label (TMoQ 71082).

Paddington's release is a definite improvement on many earlier releases, but it's great that they preserved the groovy graphics!

Of special note, the Paddington release includes instructions, so you, too, can make your own "Kami-Jake Peparsleeve" [sic].  NO, it's not as cool as an Air Guitar or an Eric Clapton Head on a Stick, but it comes in at #3 on our Cool-O-Meter.

Goofy stuff aside, it's time to talk about a few of the MANY releases of this performance. Perhaps the earliest was the aforementioned vinyl ROIO, and subsequent CD release "Stormy Monday" on the Trademark of Quality (TMoQ) label.  Those, and the later, "Live at Santa Monica" are incomplete, as they only feature only one of the two performances that day.

Empress Valley's impressively packaged 1999 release "The Majestic Stand", was available in 3CD and 4CD Gold "Limited Editions" (200 Copies for the latter) editions, and featured, in addition to the October 16, 1970 D&D performance in Philadelphia, both the Afternoon and Evening performances of the Santa Monica show.

As impressively packaged as the Empress Valley release was, it was later supplanted by the Mid Valley 3CD release unsurprisingly titled "The Majestic Stand", Why not "The Even More Superlative Majestic Stand", I don't know?. The only thing funnier than bootleggers ripping off people, is when bootleggers rip off other bootleggers and then sort of "flip 'em the bird" by not even pretending they did any work to arrive at a different source by stealing the title, too!

At any rate, I digress.  The Mid Valley release of "The Majestic Stand" (Mid Valley 068-071) is subtly remastered, and from that point on it's up to personal preference which version a listener will prefer, the Mid Valley or this Paddington version. The Mid Valley version is a little warmer and darker, the Paddington trades off being a bit brighter for a little more overall volume and hiss.

In the end, I'd suggest that you check out both the MV and Paddington versions, and choose which is *your* personal preference.

Lineage:

Paddington Silvers > CD-R > Liteon IHap 322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC

Artwork, checksums, info file, and EAC extraction logs are of course provided.

Enjoy!

~Geetarz, May 2010

www.geetarz.org


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Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young 2006-09-10 Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake Burgettstown, PA



Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Post-Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake
Burgettstown, PA (Pittsburgh)
September 10, 2006
The Freedom of Speech Tour (last stop)

Audience recording and mastering by Joe Ray S.
Recorded with Roland Edirol R-09 from 5th row center
Mastered and cleaned up with SoundForge 8.0

Track editing: Sound Forge 4.5 > FLAC conversions: dBPowerAmp Music Converter v11.5 > MakeTorrent v2.1         
Upped to DIME by John N.

Joe Ray S., writing to the Lee-Shore Yahoo Group (an exerpt from his review and commentary):

"Last night's CSNY concert was the pinnacle of the 2006 FREEDOM OF SPEECH Tour.  Even though Graham and Croz were not in the best of health; like troopers in the war to protect out freedoms and liberties (which many of us right thinking Americans feel is much more important and lasting than Bush's war on terrorism) came out blasting with an arsenal of songs guaranteed to send those lucky enough to attend, home with enough ammo to continue fighting those who wish to strip America of the liberties that made it great.

"Croz's voice was so raw that he had to pass on Guenevere but did attempt Carry Me upon strong prodding and support from Neil.  When deciding to do or pass on Carry Me, Neil made two clenched fists in front of his chest and cheered Croz on as if a lineman telling his fullback to take the ball and score the winning touchdown.  Croz smiled, winked and gave it his best shot.  Usually one of the best voices in rock, David's vocal range was clearly compromised.  Nevertheless, with the stillness of a saint, and a heart as big as the Pennsylvania countryside, David reached into his soul and gave it his best.  Graham's voice was also raw but he covered for Croz on many of the signature harmony line.  Stills' seemed to be in prime form.  Clearly he loves playing with Neil.  Known for very precise and detailed guitar leads, Stephen could have been playing in Crazy Horse for the amount of sound and feedback he strived to give Neil.  Let's hope Stephen continues this style of playing when not with Neil.  Yet, when dueting with Neil on Treetop Flier, Stephen seemed to be not only playing the song, but acting it out.  Neil has a way of bringing out the best in everyone he plays with.  So many times he could be seen communicating with his partners in sound.  Trying to get them to give every last bit of strength and tone in every song. 

"Unlike many of the other concerts on this tour, the boys were very talkative to the audience.  Even during the songs, Neil sang them as if the was talking directly to the audience.  During "Let's Impeach the President", Neil himself through the
flip/flops out into the audience.  Each one had a picture of Bush and writing on it.  Major Buzz in Columbus was fortunate to get one.  I can't help but think than come election time, "Let's Impeach the President" should be released as a single with video. The video of Bush's own words used against him showing his lies were very effective and convincing.  I love final nights of a tour. Like St. Louis in 2000 and in 2002, Pittsburgh will go down in history as the night the boys let it all hang out. I only hope this
wasn't the "law firm's" urg, CSNY's last tour/concert.  If left to Stephen, I'm sure we haven't heard the last of CSNY."


Disc 1

01  Flags of Freedom (fades in)
02  Carry On
03  Wooden Ships
04  Long Time Gone
05  Military Madness
06  After the Garden
07  Living With War
08  Restless Consumer
09  Shock and Awe
10  Wounded World
11  Almost Cut My Hair
12  Immigration Man
13  Families
14  Deja Vu

Disc 2

01  Helplessly Hoping
02  Our House
03  Only Love Can Break Your Heart
04  Milky Way Tonight
05  Treetop Flyer
06  Roger and Out
07  Southbound Train
08  Old Man Trouble
09  Carry Me
10  Teach Your Children
11  band introductions
12  Southern Cross
13  Find the Cost of Freedom

Disc 3

01  Star Spangled Banner (Jimi Hendrix: Woodstock)
02  Let's Impeach the President
03  For What It's Worth
04  Chicago
05  Ohio
06  What Are Their Names
07  Rockin' in the Free World

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Yes 2014-04-09 Cruise to the Edge (Day 3) Pantheon Theater MSC Divina Docked at Cozumel, Mexico


 Yes - Lostbrook 2.0 Volume 51

April 9, 2014
Cruise to the Edge (Day 3)
Pantheon Theater
MSC Divina
Docked at Cozumel, Mexico

CONTRAST CLAUSE:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=488477 (tapehead2's 4th row capture using different equipment)

Source: CA-14(cards)>CA-9200>Sony M10(24/48)
Transfer: Micro SDHC>PC>WAV>CQ Mastering>FLAC(16/44.1)

Location:
Left-Side Balcony (tracks 1-2)
Left-Center Balcony (tracks 3-14)

Taper: Lostbrook
Mastering: CQ
Covers: ethiessen1

Disc 1:

01 Firebird Suite (2:26)
02 America (11:00)
03 Tempus Fugit (8:04)
04 Close To The Edge (19:26)
05 And You And I (11:50)
06 Siberian Khatru (10:11)
07 Heart Of The Sunrise (12:54)

Disc 2:

08 Yours Is No Disgrace (10:48)
09 Clap (3:46)
10 Starship Trooper (11:25)
11 I've Seen All Good People (7:28)
12 A Venture (4:37)
13 Perpetual Change>Band Intros (13:19)
14 Roundabout (10:01)

I enjoyed Yes on Day 2 and wanted to see them again, so upon the conclusion of my frustrating Tangerine Dream experience, I made my way over to the Pantheon Theater and got a good spot on the standby line.  I wasn't happy with the side balcony position I was offered but it was almost show time and I didn't see any choice at the moment - in fact I ended up missing a few seconds of Firebird Suite while setting up my equipment.  The opening minutes of America didn't sound bad but when the vocals began, I knew immediately I was going to have to move.  I waited until the song ended then found a secluded standing position in the left-center balcony where the sound was significantly better due to alignment with the stage-right stack. It was such a dramatic improvement that I decided to break another "taper rule" and went back to the side balcony after Tempus Fugit to bring a friend to the new location. You'll hear a little rustling and some whispers before things settle down nicely for Close to the Edge.  The rest of the recording is without incident other than some late arrivals slamming the rear theater doors on their way in, the thought never entering their minds to close the door gently when entering a show in progress.  One group barged through the doors and decided to have a nice chat during a portion of All Good People.  In the end I'm glad I made the move but all of this threw me a little off balance and I wasn't able to relax and experience the show as I had the previous day.  I was also still upset about Tangerine Dream and now I had another flawed recording on my hands. Furthermore, it seemed to me that Yes was slightly off balance as well and that the magic of the first performance was missing, though I wasn't sure if it was them or me. (The vast majority of people I spoke with afterwards agreed that Yes' second performance was underwhelming and didn't approach that of their first.)  Either way, Day 3 was in the books with Sound Of Contact, Soft Machine Legacy, UK, Tangerine Dream, and Yes.  Not a bad day's "work" I would say.                

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David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 9


HUG070CD  SOMEONE'S BACK IN TOWN

DAVID BOWIE - Newcastle Upon Tyne 1978-0614

City Hall, Newcastle, England

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D120 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 52:26; Disc 2: 52:08

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10. Fame
11. Beauty and the Beast

Disc 2

1. band introductions
2. Five Years
3. Soul Love
4. Ziggy Stardust
5. Suffragette City
6. Art Decade
7. Alabama Song
8. Station To Station
9. Stay
10. TVC 15
11. Rebel Rebel

Notes

iZotope RX denoiser tool to dehiss.

Running too fast - speed correction with a factor of 96%.

Soul Love cust out, and Ziggy Stardust cuts in, on the source tape.  Star and Hang On To Yourself completely missing.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 9 (22nd May 2013)



HUG071CD  THE DREAM THAT HE BRINGS

DAVID BOWIE - Brussels 1990-04-20/21

Vorst Nationaal, Brussels

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90 tapes (20th) > Denon DRM-500 deck > direct wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
and TDK D90 + D60 tapes (21st, first gen) > JVC PC-X95 deck > hard wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
AND soundchecks Maxell XLII90, then lineage as above
Number of discs: 4
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 55:13; Disc 2: 76:24; Disc 3: 65:50; Disc 4: 68:31

Track listing:

Disc 1

20th April concert

01 Ode To Joy intro
02 Space Oddity
03 Changes
04 TVC 15
05 Rebel Rebel
06 Be My Wife
07 Ashes To Ashes
08 Golden Years
09 Fashion
10 Life On Mars?
11 Blue Jean
12 Let's Dance
13 Stay
14 band introductions
15 China Girl

Disc 2

01 Sound + Vision
02 Ziggy Stardust
03 Station To Station
04 Young Americans
05 Panic In Detroit
06 Suffragette City
07 Fame '90
08 Heroes
09 Pretty Pink Rose
10 The Jean Genie
11 Rock'n'Roll Suicide (1)
12 Amsterdam
13 Rock'n'Roll Suicide (2)
14 Queen Bitch
15 Rock'n'Roll Suicide (3)
16 Soundcheck

Disc 3

21st April concert

01 Ode To Joy intro
02 Space Oddity
03 Changes
04 TVC 15
05 Rebel Rebel
06 Be My Wife
07 Ashes To Ashes
08 Golden Years
09 Fashion
10 Life On Mars?
11 Blue Jean
12 Let's Dance
13 Stay
14 band introductions
15 China Girl
16 Sound + Vision
17 Ziggy Stardust

Disc 4

01 Station To Station
02 Alabama Song
03 Young Americans
04 Suffragette City
05 Fame '90
06 Heroes
07 Pretty Pink Rose
08 The Jean Genie
09 Modern Love
10 Panic In Detroit
10 Modern Love (2)

Soundcheck
11 Fame '90
12 Modern Love

Fix notes:

20th April:

Hiss removal using iZotope RX2 denoiser tool (multiple iterations).
Volume on disc 1 tracks 9-15 reshaped signficantly using Goldwave.
Joins for tape flips between Golden Years and Fashion, and Suffragette City and Fame '90: crowd noise only affected.
Gaps and excess blare removed between Heroes and Pretty Pink Rose, and from the crowd noise before Rock'n'Roll Suicide.
Tiny blip in crowd noise before The Jean Genie removed.

21st April:

False start to Modern Love, and switches to Panic In Detroit.
Join between China Girl and Sound + Vision - crowd only
Some cuts between Heroes and Pretty Pink Rose (encore break) removed, crowd noise only

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 9 22nd May 2013)



HUG072CD  WHAM BAM THANK YOU CHARLIE

TIN MACHINE - Manchester 1991-11-03

International 2, Manchester, England

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D60 x 2 (AndreF - 1st gen) > JVC PC-X95 deck > direct wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 43:38; Disc 2: 50:57

Track listing:

Disc 1

01 Introduction (full intro included as track 300)
02 Bus Stop
03 A Big Hurt
04 Goodbye Mr Ed
05 band introductions
06 I Can't Read
07 If There Is Something
08 Betty Wrong
09 Stateside

Disc 2

01 Baby Can Dance
02 You Belong In Rock And Roll
03 Under The God
04 One Shot
05 Debaser
06 Baby Universal
07 Heaven's In Here
08 You Can Talk
09 Sacrifice Yourself

Fix notes:

Came with just under 10 minutes of "intro" before first song.  Most was just the music playing on the venue speakers.  Retained only the final 1:25. Remainder retained as track 300, if you really want it!
Tape flip between If There Is Something and Betty Wrong - seamless
Tape flip between Baby Can Dance and You Belong In Rock And Roll - seamless
Tape flip between Baby Universal and Heaven's In Here - seamless
Gap (encore break) between Heaven's In Here and You Can't Talk.  Some of the feedback is missed at the end of the latter.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 9 (22nd May 2013)



HUG073CD  BIG FAT DOG

DAVID BOWIE - Manchester 2002-07-410

Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester, England

Audience recording
Lineage: DAT-master (see notes) > Goldwave to split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 54:27; Disc 2: 44:49

Track listing:

Disc 1

01 Mark and Lard intro
02 Life On Mars?
03 Ashes To Ashes
04 Cactus
05 Slip Away
06 Starman
07 China Girl
08 I Would Be Your Slave
09 I've Been Waiting For You
10 Changes
11 Stay
12 Fame

Disc 2

01 I'm Afraid Of Americans
02 5:15 The Angels Have Gone
03 Heroes
04 Heathen (The Rays)
05 Everyone Says Hi
06 Hallo Spaceboy
07 Let's Dance
08 Ziggy Stardust

Fix notes:

Sourced from the excellent Tarquin blog (http://tarquinlive.blogspot.co.uk/) in the very brief period between it being loaded and Megaupload being taken down!
Stated to be DAT master (presumably Tarquin's own).

Only fix was to remove five loud digital bangs from the end of Starman.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 9 (22nd May 2013)



HUG074CD  ARAÑA DE CRISTAL

DAVID BOWIE - Madrid 1987-07-06

Estadio Vincente Calderon, Madrid

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII 90 tapes x 1½ (Arcorman, very low gen) >
Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 79:31; Disc 2: 45:05

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Purple Haze
2. Carlos's Guitar Intro
3. Up The Hill Backwards
4. Glass Spider
5. Up The Hill Backwards
6. Day In Day Out
7. Bang Bang
8. Absolute Beginners
9. Loving The Alien
10. China Girl
11. Fashion
12. Scary Monsters
13. All The Madmen
14. Never Let Me Down
15. Big Brother
16. Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
17. 87 & Cry
18. Heroes

Disc 2

1. Time Will Crawl
2. band introductions
3. Beat Of Your Drum
4. Sons Of The Silent Age
5. Dancing With The Big Boys
6. Zeroes
7. Let's Dance
8. Fame
9. Blue Jean
10. Modern Love

Notes

Running way too fast: speed correction with factor of 94%

Tape flip between Fashion and Scary Monsters - cuts start of Scary Monsters.
Break on tape between Heroes and Time Will Crawl - used for disc split
Tape flip between Sons Of The Silent Age and Dancing With The Big Boys - seamless
Break in crowd noise after Fame (encore break) - removed with no impact

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 9 (22nd May 2013)

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Friday, February 5, 2016

Eric Clapton 1976-08-03 ABC Theatre Plymouth,UK



Eric Clapton & Band
Plymouth
August 3rd, 1976

SBD4
CD-R->EAC->FLAC

All Our Pastimes
Further on up the Road
Tell the Truth
Ramblin' On My Mind->
Have You Ever Loved A Woman -> Stormy Monday
Hungry
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Innocent Times
Blues Power/ (Fades Out)

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Eric Clapton 1988-01-22 National Exhibition Center Birmingham UK



 ERIC CLAPTON 
 National Exhibition Center Birmingham UK 1-22-88
 Liberated Bootleg "Congratulations" Blues Power bp 007/8  Audience 5

 Personnel:
 EC
 Mark Knopfler (Guitar)
 Nathan East (Bass)
 Ray Cooper (Percussion)
 Greg Phillinganes (Keyboards)
 Steve Ferrone (Drums)
 Tessa Niles (Vocals)
 Katie Kassoon (Vocals)



 DISC ONE  1) Crossroads
           2) White Room
           3) I Shot the Sheriff
           4) Wonderful Tonight
           5) Run
           6) Same Old Blues
           7) Tearing Us Apart
           8) Holy Mother

 DISC TWO  1) Badge
           2) Let it Rain
           3) Cocaine
           4) A Remark You Made
           5) Layla
           6) Behind the Mask
           7) Sunshine of Your Love
           8) Money For Nothing
           9) Further On Up the Road

  source>silvers>extract eac>wave>traders little helper>flac


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David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 8



HUG061CD  TO ALL THE GAYS

DAVID BOWIE - Frankfurt 1990-04-05

Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell SLXII C90/60 tapes (Andre F - 1st gen) > JVC SA-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 57:26; Disc 2: 55:46

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Changes
4. TVC 15
5. Rebel Rebel
6. Be My Wife
7. Ashes To Ashes
8. Queen Bitch
9. Fashion
10. Life On Mars?
11. Blue Jean
12. Let's Dance
13. Stay
14. band introductions
15. China Girl

Disc 2
1. Sound + Vision
2. Ziggy Stardust
3. Station To Station
4. Alabama Song
5. Young Americans
6. Panic In Detroit
7. Suffragette City
8. Fame '90
9. Heroes
10. Pretty Pink Rose
11. The Jean Genie

Notes

Ode to Joy a bit messy (stop/start of machine).  Cut some dreck from the beginning, one join still in there.
Tape flip between Let's Dance and Stay - ending of Let's Dance is missing.
Gap removed @ 2:36 in Fame - some music lost (could be as much as 30 seconds).

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG062CD  TEATRET 78.1

DAVID BOWIE - Copenhagen 1978-05-31

Falkoner Teatret, Copenhagen

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D60 x 2 tapes (Noggin) > JVC PC-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 47:25; Disc 2: 45:36

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10. Fame
11. Beauty and the Beast

Disc 2

1. band introductions
2. Five Years
3. Soul Love
4. Star
5. Hang On To Yourself
6. Ziggy Stardust
7. Suffragette City
8. Art Decade
9. Alabama Song
10. Station To Station
11. Stay

Notes

Two passes of iZotope RX denoiser tool to dehiss.

Warszawa volume vary variable, impacting left channel.  Right channel copied with 0.02 second offset.
Gap between Heroes and What In The World.  Removed, crowd noise only.  A further gap in What In The World at 0.6 seconds - no material impact.
Clumsy join between Blackout and Sense of Doubt removed.
Another gap between Fame and Beauty and the Beast - loses the start of Beauty and the Beast

Fade at 2:49-2:54 on Five Years is on the source tape
Tape flip between Soul Love and Star - seamless
Gap between Hang On To Yourself and Ziggy Stardist - crowd noise only.
Tape flip, catching the end of Station To Station.  Edited successfully, but different sound quality after join.
Sound quality for the end of Station To Station plus Stay is a notch or two down - different source?

No TVC 15 or Rebel Rebel

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG063CD  TAKE A SPACESHIP RIDE

DAVID BOWIE - Munich 1990-04-10

Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK IECII C60 x 2 tapes (Andre F - 1st gen) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 55:50; Disc 2: 48:26

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Changes
4. TVC 15
5. Rebel Rebel
6. Be My Wife
7. Ashes To Ashes
8. Queen Bitch
9. Fashion
10. Life On Mars?
11. Blue Jean
12. Let's Dance
13. Stay
14. band introductions
15. China Girl

Disc 2
1. Sound + Vision
2. Ziggy Stardust
3. Station To Station
4. Young Americans
5. Suffragette City
6. Fame '90
7. Heroes
8. Pretty Pink Rose
9. The Jean Genie
10. Modern Love

Notes

Tape flip between Queen Bitch and Fashion - seamless
Gap between Life On Mars and Blue Jean.  Some crowd noise lost.
Volume boosted on Blue Jean to China Girl by 33% to bring in line.

Tape flip between Fame 90 and Heroes - seamless
Gap between Heroes and Pretty Pink Rose (encore break) - crowd noise only

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG064CD  YOU ARE MY MOON

DAVID BOWIE - Vienna 1987-07-01

Prater Stadion, Vienna

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII 90 tapes (Arcorman, very low gen) >
Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 71:48; Disc 2: 56:16

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Purple Haze
2. Carlos's Guitar Intro
3. Up The Hill Backwards
4. Glass Spider
5. Up The Hill Backwards
6. Day In Day Out
7. Bang Bang
8. Absolute Beginners
9. Loving The Alien
10. China Girl
11. Fashion
12. Scary Monsters
13. All The Madmen
14. Never Let Me Down
15. Big Brother
16. Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
17. 87 & Cry

Disc 2

1. Heroes
2. Time Will Crawl
3. band introductions
4. Beat Of Your Drum
5. Sons Of The Silent Age
6. Dancing With The Big Boys
7. Zeroes
8. Let's Dance
9. Fame
10. Time
11. Blue Jean
12. Modern Love

13. Interview (Viennese FM radio)

Notes

Fade on source tape between China Girl and Fashion.
Tape flip between Fashion and Scary Monsters - cuts the crowd noise down, but no music lost.
Gap between 87 & Cry and Heroes on the tape.  Used as the split between the two discs, but Heroes fades in on the source tape.
Tape flip between Sons of the Silent Age and Dancing With The Big Boys - seamless.
Pause between Fame and Time (encore break) is on source tape and left alone.  First note of Time is thereby missed.

Don't know original source of the interview - it was on the tape with the concert.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG065CD  PIRATE'S WORLD

DAVID BOWIE - Dania, FL 1971-11-17

Pirate's World, Dania, FL, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1 (90 minute CDR)
Artwork: included
Total running time: 83:20

Tracks:

1. Ode To Joy Intro
2. Hang On To Yourself
3. Ziggy Stardust
4. Changes
5. The Supermen
6. Life On Mars?
7. Five Years
8. Space Oddity
9. Andy Warhol
10. Drive In Saturday intro
11. Drive In Saturday
12. The Width Of A Circle
13. John I'm Only Dancing
14. Queen Bitch
15. Moonage Daydream
16. Waiting For The Man
17. The Jean Genie
18. Suffragette City
19. Rock'n'Roll Suicide
20. Ode To Joy outro

Notes

iZotope RX denoiser used (one pass for most, additional pass for middle tracks) to remove hiss.
Three little gaps in the intro to Andy Warhol.  Removed and tidied.  Similar gap in intro to Drive In Saturday removed.
Gap (original tape flip?) between Drive In Saturday and Width Of A Circle.  Removed but rather abrupt.
Actual tape flip at 5:49 in Width Of A Circle.  Fade out/in, but only a couple of seconds of music is actually lost.
Couple of short cuts between Waiting For The Man and The Jean Genie.  Crowd noise only and removed.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG066CD  CAPITAL

DAVID BOWIE - Capital Radio Interviews 1976-77

FM Radio Interviews
Lineage: TDK D90 tape (one side, 1976) or D60 (1977) (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 75:34

Tracks:

1-22 Maggie Norden, Hullabaloo 1976-05-02
23-39 Nicky Horne, Your Mother Wouldn't Like It, 1977-10-20

Notes

No intervention required on Maggie Norden tape.

Nicky Horne 1977 - Goldwave light hiss removal
Between tracks 3 & 4, adverts removed
More adverts between 5 & 6, 8 & 9

Tape flip @ 3:08 in track 9.  Fade-out/in but some talk missing

More adverts removed between tracks 13 & 14 - the taper had already taken most out, but fades track 14 up afterwards
Beauty and the Beast buts onto adverts, which I've removed with fades

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)



HUG067CD  BEAT IN MY POCKET

TIN MACHINE - Paris 1991-10-30

Le Zenith, Paris

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90/60 (AndreF - 1st gen?) > Denon DRM-500 deck > hard wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 51:08; Disc 2: 47:34

Track listing:

Disc 1

01 Bus Stop
02 Under The God
03 A Big Hurt
04 Baby Can Dance
05 Shopping For Girls
06 Stateside
07 Goodbye Mr Ed
08 I Can't Read
09 Go Now
10 Baby Universal
11 Sacrifice Yourself

Disc 2

01 Betty Wrong
02 You Can't Talk
03 Debaser
04 If There Is Something
05 Heaven's In Here
06 One Shot
07 You Belong In Rock And Roll

Fix notes:

Side 1 has variable volume, boosted tracks except I Can't Read by 125%
On side 2, left channel boosted by 21.6%
Tape join between I Can't Read and Go Now.  Minor impact to crowd noise.
Tape flip at 8 minutes into Heaven's In Here.  Some loss of music.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 8 (1st May 2013)

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Eric Clapton 1987-04-26 Civic Center Providence, RI




Eric Clapton - Just 4 Of Us
Civic Center
Providence, RI
April 26, 1987
Eternal Records


Disc 1:
1. Crossroads
2. White Room
3. I Shot the Sheriff
4. Hung Up On Your Love
5. Wonderful Tonight
6. Miss You
7. Same Old Blues

Disc 2:
1. Tearing Us Apart
2. Holy Mother
3. Badge
4. Cocaine
5. Layla
6. Further On Up The Road
7. Sunshine Of Your Love*

The Band:
Eric Clapton   guitar, vocals
Nathan East   bass
Greg Phillinganes   keyboards, backing vocals
Phil Collins   drums
*Guest Robert Cray

Artwork Included.
Lineage:
Soundboard>?>silver>direct to cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6

My rating (scale 1-6)  Soundboard 6

Link


Eric Clapton 2006-11-26 Sapporo Dome Sapporo, Japan











Eric Clapton - Stardust
Sapporo Dome
Sapporo, Japan
November 26, 2006
Mid Valley 414/415


Disc 1:
1. Tell The Truth
2. Got To Get Better In A Little While
3. Old Love
4. Motherless Children
5. When You Got A Good Friend
6. Key To The Highway
7. Outside Woman Blues
8. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
9. Running On Faith

Disc 2:
1. After Midnight
2. Little Queen Of Spades
3. Anyday
4. Wonderful Tonight
5. Layla
6. Cocaine
7. Crossroads

The Band:
Eric Clapton   guitar, vocals
Doyle Bramhall II   guitar
Derek Trucks   guitar
Chris Stainton   keyboards
Tim Carmon   keyboards
Willie Weeks   bass
Steve Jordan   drums
Michelle John   backing vocals
Sharon White   backing vocals

Artwork (7 scans) included.
Lineage:
Soundboard>?>Silvers>EAC>Flac frontend 6

Link

Eric Clapton 1974-07-05 3 Rivers Stadium Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania



Eric Clapton
"Willie and the Hand Jive"
3 Rivers Stadium
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 5, 1974

lun - CD-R1 - SB 4

Track List:

1) Further On Up the Road (*)
2) Smile
3) It's Robby's Birthday
4) Let it Grow
5) Can't Find My Way Home
6) Willie and the Hand Jive / Get Ready
7) Blues Power
8) Little Queenie

(*) Crystal Palace Bowl; London, England; July 31, 1976 (with Freddie King, Ronnie Lane and Larry Coryell sitting in) - Thanks to RG!

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton    Guitar, Vocals
Jamie Oldaker    Drums
Dick Sims    Keyboards
Carl Radle    Bass
George Terry    Guitar
Yvonne Elliman    Backing Vocals

Geetarz Comments: It seems some people had fireworks left over from the July 4th celebrations the night before and brought them to the show.

EC really loses it when someone tosses fireworks on stage at 1:38 in "Blues Power": "F*!k You, you c*&t! Whoever Threw That! Your F-ing Mother!".

The band continues on, and at 3:33, EC, sounding a bit sheepish after his outburst, says "I'll tell you one thing...your fucking aggrivation...these fireworks and things like that...NO WAY! It's SILLY BEHAVIOUR!!! STOP IT!!!!!"

And During "Little Queenie" ... "and meanwhile...Martin Bormann...oh, never mind...VOTE NAZI!!!".

Most of this curiously-titled Eric Clapton bootleg was recorded at the Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 5, 74 - on Robbie Robertson's 31st birthday.

The Band and Todd Rundgren also played sets at the same concert. It is an OK quality soundboard recording.

Robbie and The Band probably had nothing to do with Clapton's show and did not perform.

But, track 2 on the CD, called "It's Robbie's Birthday", is a very drunk Clapton "singing" a happy birthday song to Robbie. So he was probably sitting in the audience or backstage or something...

Below is a review of the event submitted to geetarz.org, from someone who was there:

    "I was at that July 5, 1974 show. Eric Clapton was the headliner. Also on the bill: The Band, Todd Rundgren's Utopia and Billy Cox's 'Rainbows & Gypsies,' who had the good sense not to show. Overall it was an ugly day - the previous day, of course, was July 4th. Everybody still had fireworks, firecrackers, sparklers, etc. The buzz of the day appeared to be downers and liquor. Much violence. Someone threw an oversized sparkler onto the canvas roof of the stage and set it on fire during The Band's set, which was otherwise unmarred and wonderful. Things seemed to culminate during EC's set - he was hit in the face with a frisbee - one of the backup singers - maybe Yvonne Elliman? Was hit with a beercan. He took time out to curse the audience ("fuck you, whoever threw that one; your fuckin' mother...") and told them to just knock off the 'fuckin' aggravation.' When I saw the name of the boot, I thought 'it can't possibly be THAT show...' EC did indeed sing 'it's Robbie's birthday' for all of a few seconds. An account in the press (maybe Rolling Stone?) claimed Clapton joined The Band for a song or two, but I was there and I saw nothing of the kind - I felt bad that I'd missed something til I realized you can't believe everything you read. If it did happen in all the mayhem, too bad. You would think that would surface." (Submitted by JSK).

Lineage: Trade CD-R > Sony DRU-840a > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Offset Calibrated) > FLAC (Level 5) > You !

Link

Eric Clapton 1974-07-27 Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds Davenport, Iowa


Eric Clapton
Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds
Davenport, Iowa
July 27, 1974

CD-R1 - PHR - SB 5 - (50:28:45)

Track List:
1) Badge
2) Presence of the Lord
3) Tell the Truth
4) Ramblin' on My Mind
5) Steady Rollin' Man
6) Blues Power

Geetarz Comments:

One of the better 1974 shows available, both in performance and recording quality. Unlike many of the shows where the band (and their leader's) performance was uneven, this was one of those nights where everyone was at least articulate and coherent, if not "on fire". Rather than rote run-throughs of the setlist, there is some nice artistic expression here. At about 6:50 into 'Tell the Truth' the band goes into a funky vamp, which works out nicely, with a nice segue into "Hideaway" and the "Peter Gunn" theme into a spirited performance of "Ramblin' On My Mind". "Blues Power" also features some nice jamming by the band. Recommended.

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Eric Clapton 2014-02-28 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan



Eric Clapton
Title: We Love Eric
Dates: February 28, 2014
Venue: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan.

Source: Aud 3 Recording
Lineage: Sony PCM-M10(micro SD) 44.1KHz/16bit WAV > FLAC
* Japrainbw Recorder 1

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Disc.1
01: Pretending
02: Key To The Highway
03: Tell The Truth
04: Hoochie Coochie Man
05: Honest Man (Paul Carrack/Vocals)
06: Wonderful Tonight
07: I Shot The Sheriff
08: Driftin'
09: Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
10: Albama Woman
11: Layla
12: 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: Encore Break
07: High Time We Went (Paul Carrack/Vocals)

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Band Lineup
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Paul Carrack: Keyboards, Vocals
Nathan East: Bass
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Steve Gadd: Drums
Michelle John: Backing Vocals
Sharon White: Backing Vocals                      

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Eric Clapton 2014-02-26 Osaka Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan.



Eric Clapton
Title: Birthday of Columbo
Dates: February 26, 2014
Venue:Osaka Jo Hall, Osaka, Japan.

Source: Aud 3+ Recording
Lineage: Sony PCM-M10(micro SD) 44.1KHz/16bit WAV > FLAC
* Japrainbw Recorder 1

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Disc.1
01: Pretending
02: Key To The Highway
03: Crossroads
04: Tell The Truth
05: Honest Man (Paul Carrack/Vocals)
06: Wonderful Tonight
07: I Shot The Sheriff
08: Driftin'
09: Nobody Knows You WhenYou're Down And Out
10: Albama Woman
11: Layla
12: 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: Encore Break
07: High Time We Went (Paul Carrack/Vocals)

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Band Lineup
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Paul Carrack: Keyboards, Vocals
Nathan East: Bass
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Steve Gadd: Drums
Michelle John: Backing Vocals
Sharon White: Backing Vocals

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Eric Clapton 2014-02-23 Yokohama Arena - Kanagawa, Japan



Eric Clapton
50 Years Further On Up The Road Tour 2014

February 23, 2014 at Yokohama Arena - Kanagawa, Japan

taper: fab1
sound professionals sp-cmc-8 > sony pcm-m10 > wav(24bit/48kHz) > sound forge(noise reduction/edit, convert to 16bit/44.1kHz) > flac
recorded from 30th row of the Centre floor.

disc 1
1-01. (intro - applause)
1-02. Pretending
1-03. Key to the Highway
1-04. Tell the Truth
1-05. Hoochie Coochie Man
1-06. Honest Man (ft. Paul Carrack)
1-07. Wonderful Tonight
1-08. I Shot the Sheriff
1-09. Driftin'
1-10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
1-11. Alabama Woman
1-12. Layla
1-13. Tears in Heaven

disc 2
2-01. How Long (ft. Paul Carrack)
2-02. Before You Accuse Me
2-03. Crossroads
2-04. Little Queen of Spades
2-05. Cocaine
2-06. (applause)
- encore -
2-07. High Time We Went (ft. Paul Carrack)
2-08. (applause)

guitar, vocals – Eric Clapton
bass guitar – Nathan East
keyboards – Chris Stainton
keyboards – Paul Carrack
drums – Steve Gadd
backing vocals – Sharon White
backing vocals – Michelle John

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Eric Clapton 2014-02-21-Budokan, Tokyo, Japan


Eric Clapton 2014-02-21-Budokan, Tokyo, Japan

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Lineage:

Sound Professionals UE-C ==> AT-ADAPT ==> SP-CMC-8-NE(w/Mods) ==> SP-SPSB-6(9v)
==> Sony PCM-M10(24bit/48kHz) ==>Sound Forge Pro 11 EQ and Wave Hammer ==> Flac(16bit/48kHz)
(24Bit Digital Remastering)

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Set List
01. Pretending
02. Key To They Highway
03. Tell The Truth
04. Hoochie Coochie Man
05. Honest Man
06. Wonderful Tonight
07. After Midnight
08. Driftin'
09. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
10. Alabama Woman
11. Layla
12. Tears In Heaven
13. How Long (Paul Carrack / Vocals)
14. Before You Accuse Me
15. Crossroads
16. Little Queen Of Spades
17. Cocaine
18. encore -popstar12345-
19. High Time We Went (Encore - Paul Carrack / Vocals) 


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Eric Clapton 2014-02-18 Nippon Budokan Tokyo, Japan



Eric Clapton 2014-02-18 Tokyo, Japan

Venue: Nippon Budokan
Lineage: Audience > PCM-D50 > Samplitude > TLH > flac

01. Tell The Truth
02. Key To They Highway
03. Pretending
04. Hoochie Coochie Man
05. Honest Man
06. Wonderful Tonight
07. After Midnight
08. Driftin'
09. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
10. Alabama Woman
11. Layla
12. Tears In Heaven
13. How Long (Paul Carrack / Vocals)
14. Before You Accuse Me
15. Crossroads
16. Little Queen Of Spades
17. Cocaine
18. High Time We Went (Encore - Paul Carrack / Vocals)


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David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 7

HUG054CD  SOMETHING GETTING HOT

TIN MACHINE - Brixton 1991-11-10

Brixton Academy, London

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90/60 (Source 2, lo gen) > JVC PC-X95 deck > hard wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 3
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 47:16; Disc 2: 54:44; Disc 3: 34:55

Track listing:

Disc 1

01 A Big Hurt
02 Goodbye Mr Ed
03 I Can't Read
04 Stateside
05 Under The God
06 Betty Wrong
07 Sacrifice Yourself
08 I've Been Waiting For You
09 Pretty Thing

Disc 2

01 You Belong In Rock & Roll
02 Baby Universal
03 Debaser
04 If There Is Something
05 Heaven's In Here
06 Sorry
07 You Can't Talk
08 One Shot
09 Crack City

Disc 3 (Soundcheck)

01 Warming Up
02 Stateside
03 Go Now
04 Betty Wrong
05 I've Been Waiting For You
06 Go Now
07 Bus Stop

Fix notes:

Bus Stop and the start of A Big Hurt are missing
Gap removed between I've Been Waiting For You and Pretty Thing - clips opening guitar jangling of the latter
Tape flip between Pretty Thing and You Belong In Rock And Roll - clean
Join (encore break) between Heaven's In Here and Sorry - crowd noise only - slightly different tone after the join
Tape flip between You Can't Talk and One Shot - clean
Tape flip during Betty Wrong soundcheck - clean

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)


HUG055CD  HERE COMES THE NIGHT

DAVID BOWIE - Quebec City 1990-03-04

Colisée de Québec, Québec City, Canada

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tapes (Arcorman, lo gen) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 66:11; Disc 2: 65:58

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Space Oddity
2. Changes
3. TVC 15
4. Rebel Rebel
5. Golden Years
6. Be My Wife
7. Ashes To Ashes
8. John I'm Only Dancing
9. Queen Bitch
10. Fashion
11. Life On Mars?
12. Blue Jean
13. Let's Dance
14. Stay
15. band introductions
16. China Girl

Disc 2
1. Ziggy Stardust
2. Sound + Vision
3. Station To Station
4. Alabama Song
5. Young Americans
6. Panic In Detroit
7. Suffragette City
8. Fame '90
9. Heroes
10. The Jean Genie
11. Pretty Pink Rose
12. Modern Love
13. Rock'n'Roll Suicide

Notes

Tape flip between Life On Mars and Blue Jean.  Crowd noise only.
Two tiny gaps removed from crowd noise in band intros - no discernable impact.
Gap @ 3:00 during Ziggy Stardust on source tape.  Faded in and out to remove.
Same in Young Americans @ 4:55.
Gap in crowd noise after Young Americans removed, no real impact.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)


HUG056CD  LYD OG BILDE

DAVID BOWIE - Oslo 1990-08-22

Jordal Stadion, Oslo

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tape (Andre F - 1st gen) > JVC SA-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 44:52; Disc 2: 50:55

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Rebel Rebel
4. Ashes To Ashes
5. Life On Mars?
6. Stay
7. Pretty Pink Rose
8. Blue Jean
9. Let's Dance
10. Sound + Vision
11. Ziggy Stardust

Disc 2
1. China Girl
2. Station To Station
3. Young Americans
4. Suffragette City
5. Fame '90
6. Heroes
7. Changes
8. Fashion
9. White Light/White Heat
10. The Jean Genie
11. Gloria

Notes

Tape flip between Ziggy Stardust and China Girl.  Crowd noise only.
Tape flip between Heroes and Changes.  During encore break, so crowd noise only.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)


HUG057CD  WATCH ME DANCE

DAVID BOWIE - San Diego 1974-09-11

Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90 tape (Noggin, unknown gen) > (side 1) JVC PC-X95 tape deck / (side 2) Denon DRM-500 tape deck >
           direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: disc 1: 45:34; disc 2: 44:43

Track listing:

Disc 1

1. 1984
2. Rebel Rebel
3. Moonage Daydream
4. Sweet Thing
5. Candidate
6. Sweet Thing (Reprise)
7. Changes
8. Suffragette City
9. Aladdin Sane
10. All The Young Dudes
11. Cracked Actor
12. Rock'n'Roll With Me
13. Knock On Wood (partial)

Disc 2

1. It's Gonna Be Me
2. Space Oddity
3. Future Legend
4. Diamond Dogs
5. Big Brother
6. Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
7. Time
8. The Jean Genie
9. Rock'n'Roll Suicide
10. John I'm Only Dancing (Again)

Fix notes:

Denoise to both sides, minor machine hum

Small gap at 25 seconds in 1984 removed - trivial impact. 
Gap between Aladdin Sane and All The Young Dudes remained.  Crops some of the All The Young Dudes intro.
Gap removed at 30 seconds in Knock On Wood - loses the middle of the song.  Further cut removes the end of the song.

Reworking of disc two used parametric equaliser:
4177.8 Hz ± 20Hz - reduced by 70%: removed some of the worst of the whoosh, but can't remove all

Small gap in It's Gonna Be Me, at 58 seconds, removed.  No music lost.
Gap between It's Gonna Be Me and Space Oddity removed, opening notes of Space Oddity clipped.
Gap at 5:27 in Space Oddity removed - maybe a second lost.
Tiny blip in Future Legend @ 1:01.  Left alone.
Gap removed from Time @2:21.  Maybe a second lost.
Gap between Time and The Jean Genie - removed, opening notes of The Jean Genie clipped
Gap in crowd noise between Rock'n'Roll Suicide and John I'm Only Dancing (Again).  Removed.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)


HUG058CD  STILL THIS PULSING NIGHT

DAVID BOWIE - Lyon 1983-05-24

Palais des Sports, Lyon, France

Audience recording
Lineage: Fuji FX-1 C90 (Noggin, lo gen) > JVC PC-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 52:20; Disc 2: 48:47

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Announcement
2. The Jean Genie
3. Star
4. Heroes
5. What In The World
6. Golden Years
7. Fashion
8. Let's Dance
9. Breaking Glass
10. Life On Mars?
11. Sorrow
12. Cat People
13. China Girl
14. Scary Monsters
15. Rebel Rebel
16. White Light/White Heat

Disc 2
1. Station To Station
2. Cracked Actor
3. Ashes To Ashes
4. Space Oddity
5. band introductions
6. Young Americans
7. Hang On To Yourself
8. Fame
9. TVC 15
10. The Jean Genie
11. Modern Love

Notes

End of side 1 is a little louder than the start of side 2 (Rebel Rebel). 
Overall volume is right, so left alone. 
Join between Scary Monsters and Rebel Rebel otherwise clean.

The Jean Genie and Modern Love were both missing from Noggin's tape, but were added from arcorman's (TDK SA60 > Denon DRM-500 deck > direct wire > Goldwave > FLAC 4).  No discernable difference in quality.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)


HUG060CD  GLASGOW 2

DAVID BOWIE - Glasgow 1978-06-20

Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA60/90 tape (Noggin) > JVC PC-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 46:36; Disc 2: 55:38

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10. Fame
11. Beauty and the Beast

Disc 2

1. band introductions
2. Five Years
3. Soul Love
4. Star
5. Hang On To Yourself
6. Ziggy Stardust
7. Suffragette City
8. Art Decade
9. Alabama Song
10. Station To Station
11. TVC 15
12. Stay
13. Rebel Rebel

Notes

Running slow - speed correction with factor of 107%
Right channel too quiet - boosted by 100%

Tape flip between Blackout and Sense of Doubt - clean   
Join between Fame and Blackout is on source tape - left alone
Gap in crowd noise after Star - removed
Fade in crowd noise after Hang On To Yourself is on source tape - left alone
Tape flip between Art Decade and Alabama Song - seamless
Join between Stay and Rebel Rebel is on the source tape - left alone

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 7 (March 2013)

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Bruce Springsteen 1976-10-27 Spectrum Philadelphia PA




Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band
Spectrum Philadelphia PA  us
October 27, 1976

1st gen sb reel>dat>digital transfer>cd>eac>cooledit*>flac>you

Disc I:
1.  Night
2.  Rendezvous
3.  Spirit In The Night
4.  Incident On 57th Street
5.  Thunder Road
6.  She's The One
7.  Something In The Night
8.  Backstreets
9.  Growin' Up
10. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
11. Jungleland

Disc II:

1.  Born To Run
2.  Rosalita
3.  4th Of July Asbury Park (Sandy) //
4.  A Fine Fine Girl
5.  Raise Your Hand
6.  The Promise

Cooledit used on three dropouts where someone was unprepared for the volume level of the band:
the beginnings of Night, Spirit, and Fine Fine Girl.  Nothing else was done.

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Eric Clapton 1989-07-06 Roomful Of Blues The Hague, Netherlands



Eric Clapton - Roomful Of Blues
The Hague, Netherlands
July 6, 1989


Disc 1:
1) Crossroads
2) White Room
3) I Shot The Sheriff
4) Bell Bottom Blues
5) Lay Down Sally
6) Wonderful Tonight
7) Wanna Make Love To You
8) After Midnight
9) Can't Find My Way Home
10) Forever Man

Disc 2:
1) Same Old Blues
2) Tearing Us Apart
3) Cocaine
4) Layla
5) Badge
6) Sunshine Of Your Love
7) Key To The Highway*
* Roosevelt Stadium July 7, 1974


The Band:
Eric Clapton   guitar, vocals
Phil Palmer   guitar
Nathan East   bass
Steve Ferrone   drums
Alan Clark   keyboards
Ray Cooper   percussion
Katie Kissoon   backing vocals
Tessa Niles   backing vocals


Artwork included.
Lineage:
Soundboard recording>cdr trade>EAC>Flac frontend 6

My rating (scale 1-6) 6

My comment: Great recording, fantastic performance. A Must Have!! 

Upped exclusively for free trading and enjoyment by
Yours Truly, ECMM

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Eric Clapton 1990-04-15 The Palace Auburn Hills, Michigan



Eric Clapton
The Palace
Auburn Hills, Michigan
April 15, 1990

Lineage:  Audience master => cassette => cassette => Stand-alone Pioneer CD burner => EAC => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => WAV => FLAC Front-end (level 8)

Disc one (76:12):
(1)  Layla (taped orchestral intro) (0:41)
(2)  Pretending (6:53)
(3)  No Alibis (6:29)
(4)  Running on Faith (7:26)
(5)  I Shot The Sheriff (8:42)
(6)  White Room (5:55)
(7)  Can't Find My Way Home (6:47)
(8)  Bad Love (6:00)
(9)  Before You Accuse Me (9:28) *
(10)  After Midnight (5:34) *
(11)  Old Love (12:12)

Disc two (67:27):
(1)  Tearing Us Apart (8:09)
(2)  Wonderful Tonight (9:43)
(3)  Band Introductions (4:19) =>
(4)  Cocaine (7:43)
(5)  A Remark You Made (4:36)
(6)  Layla (8:12)
(7)  Encore break (4:04)
(8)  Crossroads (9:31)
(9)  Sunshine Of Your Love (11:07)


* w/Stevie Ray Vaughan

Fingerprint file is included.  Sorry, no artwork.

Comments:  A commercial boot of this concert ("Journeyman Meets SRV") was recently posted on DIME; I would consider my version an upgrade because it probably comes from a cleaner (2nd generation) source.  I traded for it back in 1991; the person I got it from obtained a copy from the taper.  Overall, the performance is typical of the early "Journeyman" shows (I think his playing was better in the early part of the tour than when he played larger venues later in the summer).  Of course, the stand-out moment is the guest appearance by Stevie Ray Vaughan.  The jam alone (I always thought it was just on "Before You Accuse Me," but Geetarz says that SRV stayed for "After Midnight") is worth the download.

I listened to enough of the boot to decide that I like this one better; it sounds like it comes from the same tape source, but on this 2nd gen. version the sound is crisper and fuller here.

I used Audigy Cleaning Lab to split tracks, bump up the high end slightly (it falls off dramatically at about +5 kHz), lower the overwhelmingly loud bass (below 200 Hz), and slightly reduce +1 kHz to offset some of the boominess of the arena.

The result is not by any means a great recording, but it's very listenable -- and better (I think, anyway) than the commercial boots of this show that are rated "3" on the Geetarz site.

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Eric Clapton 1983-02-28 Capitol Center Landover, MD



Eric Clapton
Capitol Center
Landover, MD
February 28, 1983



Sony ECM-23F mics>Sony D5 cassette master; Nak BX-300>Sony 59ES


After Midnight
I Shot The Sheriff
Worried Life Blues
Slow Down Linda
Lay Down Sally
Let It Rain
Sweet Little Lisa
Key To The Highway
Tulsa Time
Rock 'N' Roll Heart
Wonderful Tonight
Blues Power
Who's Lovin You Tonight
Have You Ever Loved A Woman?
Ramblin
Cocaine
Layla
Further On Up The Road


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Eric Clapton 1998-12-04 Forum Copenhagen, Denmark




Eric Clapton
Forum
Copenhagen, Denmark
December 4, 1998


Disc 1:
1. My Father's Eyes
2. Pilgrim
3. One Chance
4. River Of Tears
5. Going Down Slow
6. She's Gone
7. Blues Leave Me Alone 
8. Tears In Heaven 
9. Layla 
10. Change The World

Disc 2:
1. Old Love
2. Crossroads
3. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
4. Wonderful Tonight
5. Cocaine
6. Before You Accuse Me with Jimmy Vaughan


The Band:
Eric Clapton   guitar, vocals
Andy Fairweather Low   guitar, vocals
Nathan East   bass, vocals
Alan Darby   guitar, vocals
Tim Carmon   keyboards, vocals
Kenneth Crouch   keyboards
Steve Gadd   drums
Katie Kissoon   backing vocals
Chyna   backing vocals
Charlean Hines   backing vocals

Artwork by Kream included.
MD5 included
Lineage:
Audience>?>cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6

My Rating (scale 1-6)  Aud 4




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Fleetwood Mac 1979-11-17 Boston Garden Boston, Ma

Fleetwood Mac
Stevie Nicks- lead vocals
Lindsay Buckingham- guitar and vocals
Christine McVie- keyboards and vocals
John McVie- bass
Mick Fleetwood- drums
Boston Garden
Boston, Mass. U.S.A.
Nov. 17, 1979
audience recording, unknown gen.
(transfer from what may be a 2nd gen. cassette copy) >
played on Nak. 125 into soundforge (wav) >
flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
runtime:  89:35
setlist:
1: stage introduction > say you love me  5:32
2: the chain  8:02
3: dreams  4:41
4: not that funny  5:07
5: Rhiannon  10:14
6: don't stop  4:04
7: oh well  3:21
8: Sara (spliced, tape flip)  6:47
9: what makes you think you're the one  4:46
10: oh daddy  5:03
11: save me a place  3:19
12: landslide  4:40
13: tusk  5:45
14: angel  5:15
15: you make lovin' fun  4:43
16: I'm so afraid  8:09

comments:
  the etree setlisting for this show indicates a different 1st song (over my head,
which is not in this recording, but etree doesn't mention "say you love me" either)
but other than that, the same titles are all in here. It's a 90 minute cassette of
the show, edited some during recording because the taper was trying to save tape space,
so a couple of songs cut in slightly, most are complete, probably only had 1 cassette,
but it's pretty good sound considering it was supposedly recorded on a boombox. I got this
in a snail trade in the early 80's. sounds like the taper didn't have too much between
speakers and mikes since the music (including the vocals, important with this band) comes
through clearly. any one of track 8, 9, 10 or 11 would all make for suitable 1st track of
disc 2 options, although I think track 10 would be the best.
Fleetwood Mac has the unusual distinction of being a band to record 2 (different)
songs with the same name (Angel). The 1st one is on "heroes are hard to find"
(and live recordings of it also hard to find), the second appeared on the studio LP
of this tour, Tusk, which came out in 79. that is the version heard here. this was an
inspired, passionate performance that I think any fan of the Steviemac will enjoy.
If you like the Bob Welch angel, don't get your hopes up, this is a different song, not
a re-worked version of one of my favorite Mac tunes. they do a nice version of the chain
and I'm so afraid in here.
the Fleetwood Mac Live album was recorded on this tour, from Tokyo, Japan, Witchita, Ks,
London, U.K. Santa Monica, Tuscon, Kansas City, Paris, Cleveland, St. Louis, Passaic and
Okla. City, but none of it was from the Boston concert. Boston had their turn to host an
officially released Fleetwood Mac concert in 2004. All of that 2 disc set was recorded in
Boston, and there was some sort of release involving one or more of their Tea Party shows
in the Peter Green days (1970 I think), not sure if that was a boot or official, maybe both?
the next live Mac release after the tusk tour one was "the dance", from a May 23, 1997
concert that was broadcasted on a MTV special.
Do not sell this recording.
This isn't just any "big mac" here.
(it's a "Steviemac")
Share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.

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David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 6

DAVID BOWIE - New York 1978-05-07

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA60 tape (Arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 63:16

Tracks:

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10 Beauty and the Beast
11. Fame
12. Five Years
13. Soul Love
14. Star
15. Hang On To Yourself
16. Ziggy Stardust

Notes

Running too fast.  Speed correction with a factor of 94%
Warszawa incredibly quiet.  Volume boost of 298% to almost all of track (but some hiss gained as a result).
Sense of Doubt also largely too quiet.  Volume boost of 100% to first 1:30.
Tiny repeated section at the start of Beauty and the Beast removed.
Gap between Star and Hang On To Yourself removed.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Torhout Festival, 1997-07-04

Torhout Festival, Torhout, Belgium

Audience recording
Lineage: BASF Chrome 100 tape (Source 2) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 47:56; Disc 2: 51:50

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Quicksand
2. All The Young Dudes
3. The Jean Genie
4. Dead Man Walking
5. I'm Afraid Of Americans
6. Battle For Britain (The Letter)
7. White Light/White Heat
8. Fashion
9. Seven Years In Tibet
10. Fame

Disc 2

1. band introductions
2. Looking For Satellites
3. Under Pressure
4. Scary Monsters
5. Hallo Spaceboy
6. Little Wonder
7. Heroes
8. The Last Thing You Should Do
9. Telling Lies
10. The Heart's Filthy Lesson

Notes

Significant oversaturation on Quicksand section from 3:45 to 4:17.  iZotope RX declipper used to restore peaks, then volume increased for remainder of song outside the saturated part.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Modena 1990-09-08

Festa Nationale di Modena, Italy

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 tapes (1st gen) > JVC PC-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 76:46

Tracks:

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Rebel Rebel
4. Ashes To Ashes
5. band introductions
6. Life On Mars?
7. Stay
8. Pretty Pink Rose
9. Blue Jean
10. Let's Dance
11. technical problems
12. Sound + Vision
13. Ziggy Stardust
14. China Girl
15. Station To Station (abandoned)
16. Fame '90
17. White Light/White Heat
18. Suffragette City
19. Heroes
20. The Jean Genie
21. Gloria

Notes

Sundry volume corrections to first half of concert to bring it all in line.

Gap (sounds like tape stopped) between Let's Dance and the technical problems - crowd noise/start of rant only.
Tape join between Sound + Vision and Ziggy - crowd noise only.
Another join between Fame '90 and White Light/White Heat - crowd noise only.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Nijmegen 1990-08-18

Stadspark "de Goffert", Nijmegen, Netherlands

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 tapes (1st gen) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 45:52; Disc 2: 51:09

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Rebel Rebel
4. Ashes To Ashes
5. band introductions
6. Life On Mars?
7. Stay
8. Pretty Pink Rose
9. Blue Jean
10. Let's Dance
11. Sound + Vision
12. Ziggy Stardust

Disc 2
1. China Girl
2. Station To Station
3. Young Americans
4. Suffragette City
5. Fame '90
6. Heroes
7. Changes
8. Panic In Detroit
9. White Light/White Heat
10. The Jean Genie
11. Gloria

Notes

Tape flip between Ziggy and China Girl used as split between CDs

Tape flip between Heroes and Changes - between main set and encore.  No music lost.

Note the fireworks at the end, after Gloria

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Wembley 1987-06-19

Wembley Stadium, London

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK AD 90 (to disc 2, track 8), then Sony HF 90 tapes (Noggin MASTER TAPES) >
JVC PC-X95 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 54:46; Disc 2: 58:22

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Carlos's Guitar Intro
2. Up The Hill Backwards
3. Glass Spider
4. Up The Hill Backwards
5. Day In Day Out
6. Bang Bang
7. Absolute Beginners
8. Loving The Alien
9. China Girl
10. Fashion
11. Scary Monsters
12. All The Madmen
13. Never Let Me Down

Disc 2

1. Big Brother
2. Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family
3. 87 & Cry
4. Heroes
5. Time Will Crawl
6. band introductions
7. Beat Of Your Drum
8. Sons Of The Silent Age
9. Dancing With The Big Boys
10. Zeroes
11. Let's Dance
12. Fame
13. Blue Jean
14. Modern Love

Notes

Drop outs @ 10 and 56 seconds in Bang Bang.  Repaired from secondary source.

Tape flip between Scary Monsters and All The Madmen.  Mostly crowd noise, but clips DB's first line of the intro.  Repaired from secondary source.

Tape join between Sons Of The Silent Age and Dancing With The Big Boys.  Misses the start of the latter.

First 18 seconds of Dancing With Big Boys is very flaky, culminating in a gap which was removed.  Only around half of the song is present.  Have replaced from secondary source.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Wembley 1976-05-08

Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Audience recording
Lineage: Trade tape (forgotten type) > Hauppauge Win TV pre-amp > tracks splits using Acoustic Solutions Wave Studio > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 74:27

Track listing:

1. Station To Station
2. Suffragette City
3. Fame
4. Stay
5. Waiting For The Man
6. Queen Bitch
7. Life On Mars?
8. Five Years
9. Panic In Detroit
10. Changes
11. TVC 15
12. Diamond Dogs
13. Rebel Rebel

Fix notes:

Running a little too fast, speed corrected with a factor of 98%.
Volume and track boundaries tidied up from original transfer.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Edmonton 1983-08-07

Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA60 (2nd gen? - arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 59:26; Disc 2: 53:06

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Introduction
2. The Jean Genie
3. Star
4. Heroes
5. What In The World
6. Golden Years
7. Fashion
8. Let's Dance
9. Red Sails
10. Breaking Glass
11. Life On Mars?
12. Sorrow
13. Cat People
14. China Girl
15. Scary Monsters
16. Rebel Rebel
17. White Light/White Heat

Disc 2
1. Station To Station
2. Cracked Actor
3. Ashes To Ashes
4. Space Oddity
5. band introductions
6. Young Americans
7. Fame
8. TVC 15
9. Stay
10. The Jean Genie

Notes

Side 4 (band intros onwards) louder than other sides.  Sides 1-3 volume boosted by 23% to match.

Gap of at least five seconds in the intro to Heroes.  Removed (but leaves a jump)

During intro to Fashion, 20 second stretch (8-28') where right channel is muffled and left suppressed. 
Volume on left channel boosted, then copied to right channel to replace muffled sound.

Tape flip at end of Breaking Glass - seamless.

Strange (very long) gap removed from the end of Cat People - crowd noise only.

Tape flip between Rebel Rebel and White Light White Heat - seamless.

Tape flip between Space Oddity and the band intros.  Crowd noise only lost.

Two gaps in crowd noise after TVC15 (encore break) removed.

Modern Love is missing (but was played)

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)



DAVID BOWIE - Boston 1975-11-15

Music Hall, Boston, MA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: Trade tape (forgotten type) > Hauppauge Win TV pre-amp > tracks splits using Acoustic Solutions Wave Studio > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 44:13

Track listing:

1. Rebel Rebel
2. John I'm Only Dancing (Again)
3. Sorrow
4. Panic In Detroit
5. Changes
6. Young Americans
7. 1984
8. Footstompin'
9. Rock'n'Roll With Me
10. Moonage Daydream

Fix notes:

Running too fast.  Speed correction, factor 95%.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 6 (March 2013)

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