Friday, April 28, 2017

The Cure 2014-09-20 Riot Fest May Farms Stage Mile High Stadium Parking Lot Denver, CO



The Cure
2014-09-20
Riot Fest
May Farms Stage
Mile High Stadium Parking Lot
Denver, CO


### Feel free to share, remaster, remix, sample, reverse it and check for Satanic messages, or whatever else you want to do with this recording...just don't sell it. Thanks and enjoy. ###


SOURCE: Nevaton MCE400 > Naiant Tinybox > Sony M10 (@24/48)

CONVERSION: Wavelab 6.0 (Waves Q10 Paragraphic EQ > Waves L3 Multimaximizer) > CD Wave (tracking) > Traders Little

Helper (FLAC level 8) > foobar2000 (tagging)

SETLIST:

1. Plainsong
2. Prayers For Rain
3. Fascination Street
4. Sleep When I'm Dead
5. Push
6. In Between Days
7. Just Like Heaven
8. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea #
9. Before Three
10. Pictures of You
11. Lullaby
12. High
13. Wrong Number
14. The Caterpillar
15. The Walk
16. Cut Here
17. Love Song
18. Mint Car
19. Friday I'm In Love
20. Doing The Unstuck
21. Banannafishbones
22. Never Enough
23. Want
24. The Hungry Ghost
25. One Hundred Years
26. Give Me It
27. Disintegration

ENCORE:

28. The Love Cats
29. Hot! Hot! Hot!
30. Close To Me
31. Why Can't I Be You?
32. Boys Don't Cry

NOTES: # glitch @ 2:51 was from the PA.

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The Police 1979-05-04 Fat Cat's Club Miami,FL


THE POLICE

Fat Cat's Club (2nd set)
Miami
04/05/1979

1 Disc (64:24)

1-Can't stand losing you
2-Truth hits everybody
3-So lonely
4-Message in a bottle
5-Fall out
6-Born in the 50's
7-Hole in my life
8-Be my girl / Sally
9-Peanuts
10-Roxanne
11-Next to you
12-No time this time
13-Can't stand losing you


FM > ?? > ?? > CDR > EAC > FLAC

I also got this show directly on CDR so i have no more details about the lineage.

The second of two shows the police perfomed at the fat cat's club in Miami.

The audio quality of this recording is not as good as the first set, but it is still very listenable.

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Jon Anderson with Rock Symphony Orchestra 2014-02-15 Ruth Eckerd Hall Clearwater, FL



Jon Anderson
with Rock Symphony Orchestra, opening for Alan Parsons Live Project
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater, FL
February 15, 2014


Source: HEB (DPA 4061) > CA ST-9100 > Sony M-10 (24/48)
Transfer: wav file > Sound Studio (convert 16/44.1) > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Recording location: Fifth row center
Recorded by: Tapehead2


01 Intro
02 State of Independence
03 Starship Trooper
04 Long Distance Runaround
05 Earth and Peace
06 Owner Of A Lonely Heart
07 And You And I
08 Change We Must
09 I've Seen All Good People
10 Roundabout

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Yes Lost YesYears HIGHLAND (HL001/2#)



Artist: YES
Album title: Lost YesYears
Label: HIGHLAND (HL001/2#Y1)
Date: 1968 to 1971
Source: Several



disc one:

01. Dear father
02. Elenor Rigby
03. I See you (incl. Jazz improvisation Pete)

Date: December 21, 1969
Venue/City: Kingston Hotel, Sheffield, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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04. The Clap
05. Perpetual Change
06. America

Date: June 05, 1971
Venue/City: Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate
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07. For everyone (The original tune "Starship Trooper")

Date: April 07, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - JOHN PEEL'S SUNDAY SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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disc two:

01. I've seen all good people
    a) Your move
    b) All good people
02. Astral Traveller (REMOVED - Released in The Word Is Live - 2005)
03. Everyday (REMOVED - Released in The Word Is Live - 2005)

Date: January 24, 1971
Venue/City: Konserthuset, Gothenbrug, Sweden
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate
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04. Sweetness (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)
05. Something's coming (from "West Side Story") (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)
06. Dear father (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: January 07, 1969
Venue/City: BBC Studios - TOP GEAR - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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07. Beyond and before

Date: April 3, 1968
Venue/City: BBC Session by Mabel Greer’s Toyshop
Source: Radio Broadcast


Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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08. Looking around (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: August 04, 1969
Venue/City: BBC Studios - SYMONDS ON SUNDAY - London, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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09. Sweet Dream (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: January 19, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - DAVE LEE TRAVIS SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate
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10. America

Date: October 20, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - MIKE HARDING SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate
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11. Starship Trooper
    a) Life Seeker
    b) Disillusion
    c) Warm

Date: April 1, 1971
Venue/City: BBC "Top Of The Pops", Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, England.
Source: TV Broadcast


Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Rick Wakeman
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FINAL SETLIST:

dis one:

01. Dear father
02. Elenor Rigby
03. I See you (incl. Jazz improvisation Pete)
04. The Clap
05. Perpetual Change
06. America
07. For everyone (The original tune "Starship Trooper")
  

dis two:

01. I've seen all good people
    a) Your move
    b) All good people
02. Beyond and before
03. America
04. Starship Trooper
    a) Life Seeker
    b) Disillusion
    c) Warm



ARTWORK: Original and edited for me, included.



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The Cure "Plainsongs" - The Prayer Tour Soundboard




The Cure

"Plainsongs" - The Prayer Tour Soundboard

Lineage: Soundboard>DAT Master>Cass.>DAT>CDR>FLAC (level 8)>DIME

01 Plainsong
02 Pictures of You
03 Closedown
04 Kyoto Song
05 A Night Like This
06 Last Dance
07 Cold
08 The Same Deep Water as You
09 The Figurehead
10 Three Imaginary Boys
11 Fire in Cairo
12 Boys Don't Cry
13 Faith

Tracks 01 - 06: 1989-05-14 Frankfurt, Festhalle
Tracks 07 & 10 - 12: 1989-06-17 Arles, Arenes
Tracks 08, 09 & 13: 1989-05-07 Bremen, Stadthalle

Cold, Figurehead, TIB, and Faith fade in.


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KISS 2014-08-20 Wells Fargo Arena Des Moines Iowa

KISS / Def Leppard
Wells Fargo Arena
Des Moines Iowa
Aug 20th 2014

Edirol R09 > Audacity > CD Wave
Pictures included
THANKS to Andy for the show!


KISS
1. Psycho Circus
2. Deuce
3.   Talk - Des Moines, RnR Hall of Fame
4. Shout It Out Loud
5. War Machine
6. Hotter Than Hell
   (Gene breathes fire)
7. I Love It Loud
8. Lick It Up
   (with "Won't Get Fooled Again" … more)
9. Bass Solo
   (Gene spits blood)
10. God of Thunder
11.   Talk
12. Hide Your Heart
13. Calling Dr. Love
14.   Talk
15. Love Gun
    (Paul flies out to the audience)
16. Black Diamond
17. Detroit Rock City
18. Rock and Roll All Nite
    



Def Leppard
1. Won't Get Fooled Again
   (The Who song) (Live Def Leppard Ending)
2. Let It Go
3. Animal
4. Foolin'
5. Love Bites
6. Let's Get Rocked  Mis pronounces Des Moines :)
7. Two Steps Behind  pronounces Des Moines correctly :)
   (Acoustic)
8. Bringin' on the Heartbreak  - 9. Switch 625 (Drum Solo)
   (Acoustic/Electric)
10. Hysteria
   (with "Beth" by KISS tag)
11. Rocket
12. Armageddon It
13. Pour Some Sugar on Me

Encore:
14. Talk - Wounded Warriors
15. Rock of Ages
16. Photograph

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KISS 1974-07-16 Independence Hall, Baton Rouge, LA


Source: Audience recording
Location: Independence Hall, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Date: July 16, 1974
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:
Artwork:
Comments:From master tape. Small cuts in both "Deuce" and "Strutter".
Review:

Disc 1: (31:07)
1-01 Deuce
1-02 Strutter
1-03 She - Guitar Solo
1-04 Firehouse
1-05 100,000 Years - Drum Solo
1-06 Black Diamond

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Courtney Love 2013-06-21 House of Blues Boston, MA


Courtney Love
Boston, MA 06/21/2013
House of Blues


Source:  SP-CMC-2 (shoulder mount) > SP-SPSB-8 > M-Audio Microtrack II (24/48)
Lineage:  M-Audio Microtrack II > USB > WAV > Adobe Audition CS6.0 > CDWAV > Traders Little Helper
Location:  Front Row, Right Side


Setlist:

Miss World
Skinny Little Bitch
Mono
Pacific Coast Highway
Violet
Malibu
Honey
Codeine (Buffy Sainte-Marie cover)
Asking for It
For Once in Your Life
Celebrity Skin

Awful
Plump
Northern Star
Thirteen (Big Star cover)

Note:  This show and the crowd were loud.  During Violet a young girl squeezed up front to my direct right and was pretty much screaming right in my direction.  She stayed there being loud until Asking For It.


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Pink Floyd 1971-09-30 Paris Cinema, London, England Harvested CDR 001


Meddled
Harvested CDR 001
Paris Cinema, London, England
September 30, 1971

Here it is, the infamous Meddled ROIO, feverishly sought after by Floyd fans wanting to hear what Meddler was supposed to sound like before being mistakenly editted to mono.

It came from an FM broadcast over the BBC in England. The stereo dimension adds so much to the recording, you can actually hear very
distinctly what each band member is doing.

This ROIO is just an incredible listen from start to finish. The sound is amazing as is the performance of the Floyd. Fat Old Sun never sounded better. It is important to note, Embryo and Blues came from a different original source I believe. You can read all about this title (and Meddler) at the following URL:
http://www.pf-roio.de/roio/roio-cd/meddler.cd.html


Setlist is as follows:

01 Fat Old Sun 15:29
02 One Of These Days 7:31
03 Echoes 26:35
04 Embryo 10:05
05 Blues 4:56

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Led Zeppelin 1969-02-01 Fillmore East New York,NY





Band Name: Led Zeppelin
Venue: Fillmore East
City/State/Country: New York, USA
Date: 1969-01-31 (disc 1); 1969-01-01 (disc 2)

Source: audience
Lineage: Silvers>CDR(1)>Eac>Wav

Bootleg Title: New York In The Wind, The Legendary Fillmore Series-East Vol. 2 (Empress Valley)
File Size: 529 Mb Flac

Setlist:

Disc 1 (1969-01-31)

1 The Train Kept A Rolling
2 I Cant Quit You
3 Dazed And Confused
4 Pat's Delight
5 How Many More Times (inc. The Hunter)
6 You Shook Me

Disc 2 (1969-02-01)

1 Introduction
2 White Summer
3 Black Mountain Side
4 The Train Kept A Rolling
5 I Cant Quit You
6 Pat's Delight
7 How Many More Times (inc. Dazed And Confused, The Hunter)
8 Communication Breakdown

--- Artwork Included ---

FLAC Fingerprints:

d1 flac fp
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Track08.flac:4911525a0ad56bfd478bf8f979fc9e31

Notes:
For further info and comparisons visit www.bootledz.com and Underground Uprising websites.
In my opinion unlike some reviews reported, Ev sounds virtually identical to the Beelzebub release of these 2 shows.
With the difference that the Beelzebub release which was torrented on EasyTree weeks ago was riddled with digital clicks and index marks (I was told that Beelzebub doesnt market silver-pressed CDs and those are the results since the seeder claimed those flawes were on the original CDRs too).

fab127

Credits:
Vinnie for trading this show.


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Dire Straits 1985-05-23 Rijnhal, Arnhem, Holland

DIRE STRAITS - 1985-05-23 "Live in ARNHEM 85" The Netherlands , GREAT SETLIST!! good sound and rare recorded improvised jam!(Requested)



Rijnhal, Arnhem, Holland, 23rd May 1985



source :  audience
format :  2CDR
quality:  8





SETLIST:

CD 1
                                                         

1.  Intro 1:16
2.  Ride across the river 9:16
3.  Expresso love 6:41
4.  So far away 5:52
5.  Romeo and Juliet 9:40
6.  Private investigations 7:34
7.  Sultans of swing 11:51
8.  Why worry 5:08
9.  Walk of life 4:23
10. Two Young Lovers 5:21
11. The man’s too strong 4:36


CD 2

1.  Money for nothing 8:52
2.  Wild west end 7:39
3.  Tunnel of love 19:26
4.  Brothers in Arms 8:43
5.  Solid Rock 5:02
6.  Improvisation by the band 2:24 **
7.  Going home (Local Hero) 5:28


**The whole band plays an improvisation before "Going Home".



total time: 2hrs,09min!!



The band:
Mark Knopfler : guitars and vocals
John Illsley : bass and backing vocals
Terry Williams : drums
Jack Sonni : guitars
Alan Clark : keyboards
Guy Fletcher : keyboards and backing vocals
Chris White : sax and backing vocals




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thx to the taper and orig. uploader, THANKS ENLIGHT
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comments J.V.Tol:

Fairly good sounding recording
the complete set of that evening.
Great 19 minute version of Tunnel of love
very nice improvisation by the band just before Going home.

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Comments Pyroman:

Pretty good audience recording,
complete recording.
Containing The Man's Too Strong.
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An early concert from the first month of the 85/86 tour in my homeland(not counting the 2 April gigs).

The tour started on April 25, 1985  in Yugoslavia  after Brothers in Arms release in May 1985 and ended in Sydney on April 26, 1986 .

Dire Straits visited 23 countries, 117 cities and played for more than two and a half million people.

All 248 shows were sold out.!!

This show is one of the best performance , Mark is very releaxed, sings different tunes during a lot of songs than normally (not out of tune!),
also instrumentally the songs are different than later on in the tour.very nice to hear those difference.

Mark makes a lot of little lyrics changes!

And what about Mark singing "they could have killed my baby"(9.42min) during "Tunnel of love" ?


**)money for nothing is still uncensored and very raw (instrumentaly wise) , Mark's sings "faggot" three times in a row. **(see the controversy note below.)

Mark seems to be a little confused at the beginning of "wild west end", kill me if i am wrong(softly please), but Mark start playing his dobro-guitar like
he wanted to play the intro of "portobello belle"

The band is full energy.... just like the audience. Nice to hear "The mans too strong" , and "so far away" during this early stage of the tour.
great "two young lovers"

The band introduction during "Tunnel of love" is stunning!!!After that the audience sings the rest of the lyrics and sweeps Mark with clapping and some "rythmic-yelling" to a killing outro solo!


The improvation jam ,which the band starts cause the audience spontaneously starts to humm a tune, is breath taking, and gives me shivers, one of the many highlights from that evening!!(listen sample)


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money for nothing....the controversy

The observations of the character included references to a musician "banging on the bongos like a chimpanzee" and a description of a singer as "that little faggot with the earring and the make-up", and lamenting that the artists got "money for nothing and chicks for free". These lyrics were widely criticised as sexist, racist and homophobic statements, and in some later releases of the song the lyrics were edited for airplay; "faggot" for example is often replaced with "mother" (itself a shortened version of another potentially offensive phrase in this context).

When the song is included in rotation as part of a music feed played in stores or restaurants, "faggot" is usually turned backwards. The entire second verse was edited out for content and length for radio and video airplay, and on the 7" single. This edited version is included in the compilation albums Sultans of Swing: The Very Best of Dire Straits and Money for Nothing.

In a late 1985 interview in Rolling Stone magazine, Knopfler expressed mixed feelings on the controversy:

“ I got an objection from the editor of a gay newspaper in London - he actually said it was below the belt. Apart from the fact that there are stupid gay people as well as stupid other people, it suggests that maybe you can't let it have so many meanings - you have to be direct. In fact, I'm still in two minds as to whether it's a good idea to write songs that aren't in the first person, to take on other characters.”

Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx, in an interview with Blender Magazine, claimed that the song is actually about his band's excessive lifestyle, and that he heard the clerks in the store were commenting on Mötley Crüe videos shown on the in-store television sets.

#quoted from wikipedia#
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A requested show, which made me glad and full enthousiasm before upping (thats why i love requests, it can "force" you to listen to gigs which were out of mind for a time) so thx for the request!!


please visit Chris White's (saxofoon player during straits tour) website:
http://www.chriswhite-saxophone.com/dtour/diret.html


Flaclog and md5 included

++Sorry no cover-art for this show, so i have to ask the embarrassing question if somebody can/will provide one, thanks in advance, Enlight++



Take care and enjoy this stunnning performance!!

Enlight (Jan, 2011)


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Yes 2003-07-06 Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom



Date : Sunday, July 06, 2003
City : Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Venue : Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre
Capacity : 3,300
Lineup : Jon Anderson  (Vocals)
Steve Howe  (Guitars)
Chris Squire  (Bass)
Rick Wakeman  (Keyboards)
Alan White  (Drums)

Setlist :

1.01 Firebird Suite (2.40)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.34)
1.03 Magnification (6.52)
1.04 Don't Kill The Whale (4.53)
1.05 In The Presence Of (12.27)
1.06 We Have Heaven (1.36)
1.07 South Side Of The Sky (11.01)
1.08 And You And I (13.00)
1.09 To Be Over (4.39)
1.10 The Clap (4.45)

2.01 Loony Tunes Intro - Happy Birthday Song (2.39)
2.02 Show Me (3.49)
2.03 Wakeman Solo (5.06)
2.04 Heart Of The Sunrise (11.48)
2.05 Long Distance Runaround (3.47)
2.06 Whitefish (9.37)
2.07 Awaken (22.23)
2.08 I've Seen All Good People (7.22)
2.09 Roundabout (8.47)

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Neil Young & Stephen Stills 1976-06-27 Civic Center Springfield, MA

Neil Young: Lost Tales Of Exile (6.27.76)
Original Silver Disc -> FLAC (FLAC Frontend level 8)

upped by: xbox_dev

Tracks:

1. Long May You Run
2. For What It's Worth
3. Helpless
4. Southern Man
5. Band Intro
6. Buying Time
7. Evening Coconut
8. Make Love To You
9. Cowgirl In The Sand
10. 49 Bye Byes
11. Mr. Soul
12. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes

Notes: Quality is excellent. Artwork included. Recorded Springfield, MA., June 27th, 1976.
Unofficially released by Capricorn Records 1994 | cat.#CR-2047

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Pink Floyd 1974-12-09 Palace Theater Manchester, England

Band: Pink Floyd
Date: December 09, 1974
RoIO: "Kings of the Palace - Remastered"
Venue: Palace Theater
Location: Manchester, England
Total Time: About 2 hours and 13 minutes
Tracks: 12
Songs: 15

Kings of the Palace - Remastered (MCD022)

Disc 1

Raving And Drooling [14:15]
You've Gotta Be Crazy [16:46]
Shine On You Crazy Diamond [23:17]
Speak To Me / Breathe [06:48]
On The Run [04:46]

Total Time [65:52]


Disc 2

Time [04:41]
Breathe (reprise) / The Great Gig In The Sky [06:47]
Money [08:48]
Us & Them [08:14]
Any Colour You Like [09:05]
Brain Damage / Eclipse [04:59]
Echoes [24:51] (different recorder)

Total Time [67:19]


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Grateful Dead 1994-09-17 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA

Grateful Dead
September 17, 1994
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA


Source: (OTS) Nakamichi CM-300's/CP-1 > Sony TCD-D10
Lineage: DAT-M > Tascam DA-30 > HHb CDR 800
Recorded/Transferred: Jeff Bowen
Extraction [CD>EAC>WAV>CDWav>FLAC]: Brad Foster (8/14/10)


Disc 1:
Set One

01. Tuning
02. Jack Straw
03. Peggy-O
04. The Same Thing
05. West L.A. Fadeaway
06. Queen Jane Approximately
07. Ramble On Rose
08. Eternity *
09. Don't Ease Me In *


Disc 2:
Set Two

01. Tuning
02. Playin' In The Band >
03. Uncle John's Band >
04. Corinna >
05. Terrapin Station >
06. Drums >


Disc 3:
Set Two cont/Encore

01. Space >
02. I Need A Miracle >
03. Stella Blue >
04. One More Saturday Night
05. encore break
06. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue **


Notes:
* - Bob on acoustic
** - LTP; 03/10/93

bfnotes:
I re-tracked slightly via CDWav:
-- Tuning tracks before both sets and an encore break track.

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Joe Bonamassa 2017-04-20 Royal Albert Hall London, UK

Joe Bonamassa
Royal Albert Hall
London, UK
April 20, 2017

Source: Zoom H5 > Audacity > Trader's Little Helper
Recorded and transferred by Toddjun

01 This Train
02 Mainline Florida
03 Mountain Climbing
04 Blues of Desperation
05 No Good Place For the Lonely
06 How Deep This River Runs
07 Boogie With Stu
08 Never Make Your Move Too Soon
09 Angel of Mercy
10 talking
11 Love Ain't A Love Song
12 Dust Bowl
13 Little Girl
14 Pretending
15 Black Winter
16 How Many More Times
17 encore break
18 Hummingbird

Recorded from the from seats on the left side of the stage.

Joe Bonamassa: Guitar, Vocals
Anton Fig: Drums
Reese Wynans: Keyboards
Michael Rhodes: Bass
Lee Thornburg: Trumpet
Paulie Cerra: Saxophone
Jade MacRae - backup vocals
Mahalia Barnes - backup vocals

Support the Musicians and buy their merchandise.
http://jbonamassa.com/


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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Lucero 2013-04-26 First Avenue - Mainroom Minneapolis, MN



Lucero
April 26, 2013
First Avenue - Mainroom
Minneapolis, MN

Source: Schoeps Mk5's (cardioid position/DIN pattern) > active cables > Nbox > Korg MR-1 @ 1bit/2.8Mhz. Recorded on a 9' stand directly behind the soundboard facing the center of the stage.

Transfer: Emtec 16GB SDHC card > Dell PC > 1-bit DFF file > Korg Audiogate > 24/96 WAV > Sony Sound Forge 9.0e > CDWave Editor > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC16.

Recorded and transferred by perks.

1. Crowd
2. Like Lightning
3. Kiss The Bottle
4. Downtown (Intro)
5. On My Way Downtown
6. Nights Like These
7. The Devil And Maggie Chascarillo
8. Darken My Door
9. Wasted
10. Women & Work
11. Can't Feel A Thing
12. Chain Link Fence
13. Slow Dancing
14. The Other Side Of Lonesome
15. Ain't So Lonely
16. Texas And Tennessee
17. Breathless Love
18. What Else Would You Have Me Be
19. Mom
20. Take Shelter
21. The War
22. All Sewn Up
23. Tonight Ain't Gonna Be Good
24. Drink 'Til We're Gone
25. Sixes And Sevens
26. Rick's Boogie
27. Goodbye Again
28. That Much Furher West
29. Tears Don't Matter Much
30. Encore Break
31. Mine Tonight
32. All The Same To Me
33. Nobody's Darlings

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The Police 1979-05-16 The Roxy San Diego, CA



The Police
The Roxy
San Diego, CA
May 16, 1979

Lineage : FM > UNKNOWN GEN CASS > CDR > EAC (V0.95 BETA 3) > WAV > FLAC FRONTEND (V1.7.1) > FLAC (LEVEL 5)

Quality : A-

File Size : 398 MB (FLAC

Total Time : 62:25

01 - Can't Stand Losing You 04:47
02 - Truth Hits Everybody 02:30
03 - So Lonely 08:29
04 - Fallout 02:37
05 - Born In The 50's 05:16
06 - Hole In My Life 04:22
07 - Be My Girl - Sally 03:55
08 - Message In A Bottle 04:50
09 - Peanuts 03:41
10 - Roxanne 10:02
11 - Next To You 03:02
12 - Landlord 02:14
13 - Can't Stand Losing You 06:35


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Rush 1977-05-10 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI


Rush - You Can Trust Your Car To The Man Inside The Star
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 46:34, 48:08
Catalog: Moose Records: 0701-01/02
Source: Audience Analog Master
Date: May 10, 1977
Location: Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1767

DISC 1:

01 - Bastille Day   6:11
02 - Anthem   5:07
03 - Lakeside Park   4:02
04 - 2112 Overture   4:29
05 - 2112 The Temples of Syrinx   2:09
06 - 2112 Presentation   4:23
07 - 2112 Soliloguy   2:31
08 - 2112 Grand Finale   3:18
09 - Xanadu   10:41
10 - Something For Nothing   3:43

DISC 2:

01 - Bytor And The Snowdog   12:18
02 - The Necromancer Under the Shadow / Return of the Prince   6:06
03 - Working Man / Finding My Way / Working Man / Drum Solo   14:38
04 - Fly By Night   2:03
05 - In The Mood   3:35
06 - What You're Doing   6:02
07 - Best I Can   3:26


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Men At Work 1982-10-10 Agora Theater Akron, Ohio



Men at Work
Colin Hay: vocals and guitar
Ron Steykart: vocals and guitar
Greg Ham: sax, flute, keyboards and vocals
John Rees:  bass and vocals
Jerry Speiser: drums and vocals
Agora Theater
Akron, Ohio
October 10, 1982
Westwood One FM broadcast (pre-recorded)
FM radio >
Sansui 8 reciever with wire antenna >
tape deck (possibly an average model Harmon Kardon, dolby off) >
Maxell XLI master cassette >
played on Nak. 125 into soundforge (WAV) >
FLAC (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
a this and that production.
runtime: 77:32 (minutes/seconds)
1: announcer introduction  :45
2: no restrictions  3:54
3: I can see it in your eyes  3:51
4: people just love to play with words  3:41
5: overkill  4:40
6: touching the untouchables  3:58
7: catch a star  3:50
8: F-19  3:48
9: Shintaro  2:54
10: high wire  3:20
11: down under  5:53
12: underground  2:50
13: helpless automaton  3:36
14: who can it be now?  5:23
15: Mr. Entertainer  9:33
16: it's a mistake  4:59
17: I like to  4:34
18: be good, Johnny  5:29
19: announcer closing credits  :26

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Yes 1984-09-23 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre Irvine, Ca



Master Tapers Concert Series - Volume (142)

Band name: Yes
Date: September 23, 1984
Venue: Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
Location: Irvine, California, USA
Tour name: 90125

Media: 2 CDs
Recording type: Audience
Taper: Marco
Recording Equipment: Unconfirmed
Lineage: 1st Generation Analog (TDK-SA90)>Sony TC-WE475>PC>AUDACITY>WAV (16bit)>TLH>FLAC (8)
Transfer/Mastering: September 2014
Audio format: FLAC
Total running time: 138:34
Audio quality: 4+
Artwork: No

Track listing:
Intro/Cinema
Leave It
Our Song
Alan White Drum Solo
Hold On
Hearts
I've Seen All Good People
Si
Solly's Beard*
Changes
And You & I
Soon
Make It Easy
Owner of a Lonely Heart
It Can Happen
Amazing Grace
Whitefish*
City of Love
Starship Trooper
Roundabout
Gimme Some Lovin' (Cuts off)

*slight cut due to tape flip

Band:
Jon Anderson - Vocals
Trevor Rabin - Guitars, Vocals
Chris Squire - Bass Guitar
Tony Kaye - Keyboards
Alan White - Drums

Show comments:
Another one of Marco's recordings.
Great show and recording from the end of the 90125 tour. Funny how the set list got longer as the tour progressed, usually it's
the other way around. I didn't go to this show as i saw the show in San Diego in March. They added Our Song and Gimme Some Lovin'.
Unfortunately the last song Lovin' is cut short but still a very nice show. 



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AC/DC 1977-03-19 Kursaal Ballroom Southend, England




Band: AC/DC
Venue: Kursaal Ballroom
City: Southend
Country: England
Date: March 19 1977
Taper: Unknown
Recording Equipment: Unknown
Tour: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap UK Tour
Support Act: Jenny Darren Band

Lineage: Trade > Tape > Maxell Normal Position UD 90 Tape > Soundsaver MC Plexgear 33208 >
USB > Audacity Wave > CD Wave Editor (Split Tracks) > Traders Little Helper > Flac 6

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Soundquality: I´d rate this one 7,5 out of 10.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

During this concert, photographer Keith Morris shots What will become the cover of the album "Let There Be Rock".

Setlist:

01. Problem Child
02. Jailbreak
03. She´s Got The Jack (With Gonorrhea Intro)
04. Dog Eat Dog
05. High Voltage
06. Whole Lotta Rosie
07. Audience
08. Bad Boy Boogie (Cut at the very end)


Total Time: 45:07


Lineup:

Bon Scott - Vocals
Angus Young - Lead Guitar
Malcolm Young - Rhythm Guitar
Mark Evans - Bass
Phil Rudd - Drums


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David Bowie- The Year Of The Spiders (1972)



David Bowie- The Year Of The Spiders (1972) Flac [1cd]
BBC Sessions Various Dates & Location
Excellent Recording Quality
Switch On! (Devil KWSK99-03)
Artwork Included

Lineage:  SilverCD--> EAC(secure)--> Flac(level.8)--> HungerCity!


A very nice Japanese issue from the former DANCING HORSE label, now called SWITCH ON!.
The sound quality is excellent, and the songs are probably recorded from the original BBC tapes.
I don't think that the sound quality can get any better.
These tracks should have been on the never released BBC series Volume 2 & 3.
-BASSMAN


Disc

THE SOUND OF THE SEVENTIES WITH BOB HARRIS (18th May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
01. Hang Onto Yourself
02. Ziggy Stardust
03. Waiting For The Man
04. Queen Bitch
05. Five Years

TOP GEAR TV SHOW WITH JOHN PEEL (16th May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
06. White Light White Heat
07. Making Believe
08. Hang Onto Yourself
09. Suffragette City
10. Ziggy Stardust

THE JOHNNY WALKER SHOW (22nd May 1972)
[The Aeolian Hall, London, UK]
11. Starman
12. Space Oddity
13. Changes
14. Oh You Pretty Things

THE SOUND OF THE SEVENTIES WITH BOB HARRIS (23rd May 1972)
[Maida Vale Studios, London, UK]
15. Andy Warhol
16. Lady Stardust
17. White Light White Heat
18. Rock'n'Roll Suicide

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Grateful Dead 1991-09-20 Boston Garden Boston, MA

Grateful Dead
Friday, September 20, 1991
Boston Garden
Boston, MA

DSBD Masters

Carefully curated dat and beta tapes provide this shnid.

DAT->
Panasonic SV-3700-> SP/DIF-> RME Fireface UC-> USB 2.0->
Hewlett-Packard EliteBook 8460p-> Adobe Audition 3.0.1

Beta
Sony L-750ESX-HFB Dynamicron EXCELLENT SUPER HIFI VIDEO CASSETTE->
Sony SLO-1800 STEREO VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER->
Sony PCM-601ESD DIGITAL AUDIO PROCESSOR-> SP/DIF->
Mytek Stereo 192 Sample Rate Converter-> Upsampled to 44.1kHz/24bit->SP/DIF->
RME FIREFACE 800-> FireWire 400->
Lenovo K450e Desktop PC-> WaveLab 6.11

This recording was gratefully supplied by PO and Stucco TINA Holmes and maybe others.
Thanks to spamjam for the equipment generosity.

Mastering and editing by acetboy on Pro Tools LE.
16 bit 48 kHz FLAC8 SBE Free March 2017

This will not be released in 44.1 kHz, as our test with audio burning programs will convert 48 to 44.1 on the fly.

a project **GEMS** Beta-DATmania Release April 20, 2017

—-Set One—-
01 tuning
02 Touch of Grey
03 Little Red Rooster
04 Jack-A-Roe
05 Black Throated Wind
06 Stagger Lee
07 When I Paint My Masterpiece
08 Bird Song

—-Set Two—-
09 tuning
10 Help On the Way->
11 Slipknot!->
12 Fire On the Mountain
13 Estimated Prophet->
14 Truckin’->
15 Jam->
16 Drums->
17 Space->
18 All Along the Watchtower->
19 Morning Dew
Encore
20 Turn On Your Lovelight

There are short bits of slight distortion here and there

Band:
Jerry Garcia
Bob Weir
Phil Lesh
Bill Kreutzmann
Mickey Hart
Vince Welnick
Bruce Hornsby

Sound:
Dan Healy

originally shared at www.shnflac.net
DSBD Masters

Carefully curated dat and beta tapes provide this shnid.

DAT->
Panasonic SV-3700-> SP/DIF-> RME Fireface UC-> USB 2.0->
Hewlett-Packard EliteBook 8460p-> Adobe Audition 3.0.1

Beta
Sony L-750ESX-HFB Dynamicron EXCELLENT SUPER HIFI VIDEO CASSETTE->
Sony SLO-1800 STEREO VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER->
Sony PCM-601ESD DIGITAL AUDIO PROCESSOR-> SP/DIF->
Mytek Stereo 192 Sample Rate Converter-> Upsampled to 44.1kHz/24bit->SP/DIF->
RME FIREFACE 800-> FireWire 400->
Lenovo K450e Desktop PC-> WaveLab 6.11

This recording was gratefully supplied by PO and Stucco TINA Holmes and maybe others.
Thanks to spamjam for the equipment generosity.

Mastering and editing by acetboy on Pro Tools LE.
16 bit 48 kHz FLAC8 SBE Free March 2017

This will not be released in 44.1 kHz, as our test with audio burning programs will convert 48 to 44.1 on the fly.

a project **GEMS** Beta-DATmania Release April 20, 2017

—-Set One—-
01 tuning
02 Touch of Grey
03 Little Red Rooster
04 Jack-A-Roe
05 Black Throated Wind
06 Stagger Lee
07 When I Paint My Masterpiece
08 Bird Song

—-Set Two—-
09 tuning
10 Help On the Way->
11 Slipknot!->
12 Fire On the Mountain
13 Estimated Prophet->
14 Truckin’->
15 Jam->
16 Drums->
17 Space->
18 All Along the Watchtower->
19 Morning Dew
Encore
20 Turn On Your Lovelight

There are short bits of slight distortion here and there

Band:
Jerry Garcia
Bob Weir
Phil Lesh
Bill Kreutzmann
Mickey Hart
Vince Welnick
Bruce Hornsby

Sound:
Dan Healy

originally shared at www.shnflac.net

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Joe Bonamassa 2017-04-18 Usher Hall Edinburgh, Scotland

Joe Bonamassa
Usher Hall
Edinburgh
Scotland

18th April 2017

THIS IS A MASTER UNCIRCULATED COPY OF THIS CONCERT

Rode  NT6s -MJE-384K CAPS-Marantz PMD 661-Toshiba SDHC 16gb sd card-Audacity, amplify 3db,Compresser,CD Wave-Traders Little Helper level 6 to flac

Please feel free to correct any mistakes and inaccuracies

recorded in 24bit 96khz
recorded 20ft center stage

Joe Bonamassa: Guitar, Vocals
Anton Fig: Drums
Reese Wynans: Keyboards
Michael Rhodes: Bass
Lee Thornburg: Trumpet
Paulie Cerra: Saxophone
Mahalia Barnes: Backing Vocals
Jade MacRae: Backing Vocals

101-Intro Music
102-This Train
103-Mainline Florida
104-Mountain Climbing
105-Blues of Desperation
106-No Good Place for the Lonely
107-How Deep This River Runs
108-Boogie With Stu
109-Never Make Your Move Too Soon
110-Angel of Mercy(Drum Solo)
111-Band Intro's
112-Love Ain't a Love Song
113-Dust Bowl
114-Little Girl
115-Pretending
116-Black Winter-Django
117-How Many More Times
118-Hummingbird

I hope this recording can inspire you to go along to a JOE BONAMASSA show and buy his excellent albums
PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTIST

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Gov’t Mule 2017-04-22 Wanee Music Festival (Peach Stage) Live Oak, FL

Gov’t Mule
Wanee Music Festival (Peach Stage)
Live Oak, FL
4/22/17

Setlist
01 World Boss >
02 Mother Earth
03 About To Rage
04 Trane
05 Eternity’s Breath >
06 St. Stephen Jam >
07 Forsaken Savior >
08 Larger Than Life
09 Doing It To Death
10 Revolution Come, Revolution Go *
11 Freeway Jam **
12 Beautifully Broken (w/ When Doves Cry jams)
13 Effigy >
14 Hey Joe >
15 Folsom Prison >
16 Effigy

* first time played
** with Jack Pearson on guitar

Neumann KM184’s > Apogee Duet 2 (BLA mod) > iPhone 7 @ 44.1 kHZ/16 bit
45 ft. f/ stage, center, 9 ft. High, XY mic configuration
All post production with Logic Pro X and xACT.
Recorded by D. Fries

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Bob Dylan 2017-04-25 Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany

Bob Dylan
April 25, 2017
Festhalle
Frankfurt, Germany


Recording:
Type: Audience master
Source: Sound Professionals SP-CMC-25 + SPSB-11 (no bass roll off) -> Edirol R-09 HR (24bit / 48 kHz)
Lineage: McLab 15 Deluxe (normalising / track splitting / flac)

***************************************************************************
*** THIS IS THE 16 BIT VERSION OF THIS RECORDING, INTENDED FOR AUDIO CD ***
***************************************************************************


CD 1: [53:37]
01 intro (Stu Kimball) [0:53]
02 Things Have Changed [5:00]
03 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [5:16]
04 Highway 61 Revisited [4:08]
05 Beyond Here Lies Nothin' [4:15]
06 I Could Have Told You [4:02]
07 Pay In Blood [4:38]
08 Melancholy Mood [3:08]
09 Duquesne Whistle [6:46]
10 Stormy Weather [3:24]
11 Tangled Up In Blue [5:44]
12 Early Roman Kings [6:22]

CD 2: [55:07]
13 Spirit On The Water [6:46]
14 Love Sick [5:38]
15 All Or Nothing At All [3:01]
16 Desolation Row [8:26]
17 Soon After Midnight [4:28]
18 That Old Black Magic [3:26]
19 Long And Wasted Years [4:13]
20 Autumn Leaves [5:22]
encore:
21 Blowin' In The Wind [5:42]
22 Ballad Of A Thin Man [7:51]
tt: 1:48:44 h


note: The transition between disc 1 and disc 2 is seamless


Bob Dylan - voc, piano
Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar, maracas
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - violin, banjo, pedal steel, lap steel


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Bob Dylan 2000-09-23 International Arena Cardiff, Wales(Masters Series 176)

BOB DYLAN
INTERNATIONAL ARENA
CARDIFF
WALES
September 23, 2000

Masters Series 176

D5 A7 S8 H7 F8 SC  89 mins

Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go
My Back Pages
Desolation Row
Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
Country Pie
Blind Willie McTell

DVD 2

Tombstone Blues
Trying To Get To Heaven
Cold Irons Bound
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat (frag)
          *
Things Have Changed
Like A Rolling Stone
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Watching The River Flow
Forever Young
Highway 61 Revisited (frag)
Blowin' In The Wind



EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4


VIDEO : Mpeg-2, 720 x 576. 25 fps, pic ratio 4.3. PAL
AUDIO : AC3 Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, stereo 38.4 kb/s

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out

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INXS 1984-06-27 WMMS Coffee Break Cleveland, Oh



Recorded from a live radio simulcast on 100.7 WMMS in Cleveland, Ohio on 27 June 1984.

They played the night before at Blossom Music Center as the opening act for the Go-Go's and agreed to play at the free WMMS Coffee Break Concert series the next day.

History: FM>Cassette>Digitized with SoundForge>Flac'd with WinAmp Flac plugin

01 - The Swing
02 - Soul Mistake
03 - Face The Change
04 - The One Thing
05 - Dancing on the Jetty
06 - Interview by Matt the Cat
07 - I Send a Message
08 - Just Keep Walking
09 - Jan's Song
10 - To Look At You
11 - Band Introductions
12 - Black and White
13 - Original Sin
14 - Don't Change
15 - The Loved One

Homemade artwork is included.

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Gov't Mule 1995-02-10 Joshua's Breckenridge, CO



Gov't Mule
Joshua's
Breckenridge, CO
February 10, 1995

Source: SBD > ? > cass/3 (XLII)

Transfer: cassette (Marantz PMD510, speed adjusted) > Korg MR-1 (16/44.1) > Spark XL (gain adjustment, tracking) > xACT (flac 8 w/ SBA & tags)

Transferred by taperjoe.

1. Blind Man In The Dark
2. Rocking Horse
3. Mr. Big
4. Painted Silver Light
5. No Need To Suffer
6. Trane
7. Born Under A Bad Sign*
8. Mother Earth
9. Come On In My Kitchen intro > End Of The Line
10. Don't Step On The Grass, Sam
11. Monkey Hill (w/ She's So Heavy ending)
12. Gambler's Roll
13. Just Got Paid

* 19 seconds of aud source (FOB Schoeps) patched in to cover the tape flip.  Thanks to the taper and to BluesOxator for seeding that source!

Levels on right channel dropped at the beginning of Mother Earth, +3.0 dB added to even it out from that point on.

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Bob Dylan 2003-11-24 Hammersmith Apollo London, Eng.(Masters Series 177)

BOB DYLAN
HAMMERSMITH APOLLO
LONDON
ENGLAND

November 24, 2003

Masters Series 177

D7 A8 S8 H7 F8 BL4  64 mins

Drifter's Escape
You Ain't Going Nowhere
Girl Of The North Country
Dear Landlord
Tough Mama
Floater (Too Much To Ask)
Jokerman

DVD 2

The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
Cat's In The Well
Like A Rolling Stone
All Along The Watchtower



EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4


VIDEO : Mpeg-2, 720 x 576. 25 fps, pic ratio 4.3. PAL
AUDIO : AC3 Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, stereo 38.4 kb/s

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out

Link



Neil Young 1970-02-25 Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio


Neil Young and Crazy Horse
Feb. 25, 1970, Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio
Rust tree version, supposedly from master reels
CDRs from trade > EAC > wav > flac

Disc 1
1 On the Way Home
2 Broken Arrow
3 I Am a Child
4 Helpless
5 Dance, Dance, Dance
6 Sugar Mountain
7 Don't Let It Bring You Down
8 The Old Laughing Lady

Disc 2
1 The Loner
2 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
3 Winterlong
4 Come on Baby, Let's Go Downtown
5 Wonderin'
6 It Might Have Been
7 Down by the River
8 Cinnamon Girl


 Neil Young - vocals, guitar
 Danny Whitten - guitar, vocals
 Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
 Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
 Jack Nitzsche - electric piano


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Rush 1978-11-20 Tucson Convention Center Arena Tucson, AZ(3rd source)




Rush - Cygnus Gold Edition
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 79:33, 51:38
Catalog: Prism Records: 199507
Source: Soundboard
Date: November 20, 1978
Location: Tucson Convention Center Arena, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=984

DISC 1:

01 - Intro   0:43
02 - Anthem   4:21
03 - A Passage To Bangkok   4:16
04 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:23
05 - Xanadu   13:10
06 - Something For Nothing   4:27
07 - The Trees   4:33
08 - Cygnus X-1   9:47
09 - Hemispheres Prelude   4:33
10 - Hemispheres Apollo / Dionysus   4:46
11 - Hemispheres Armageddon   3:11
12 - Hemispheres Cygnus   5:37
13 - Hemispheres The Sphere   1:01
14 - Closer To The Heart   3:43

DISC 2:

01 - Circumstances   4:07
02 - A Farewell To Kings   5:30
03 - La Villa Strangiato   9:52
04 - 2112 Overture   4:24
05 - 2112 Temples Of Syrinx   2:40
06 - 2112 Discovery   3:04
07 - 2112 Presentation   4:06
08 - 2112 Soliloquy   2:27
09 - 2112 Grand Finale   2:32
10 - Working Man   3:29
11 - Bastille Day   1:46
12 - In The Mood   2:47


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Pink Floyd 1972-09-22 Hollywood Bowl Hollywood, CA


Date: September 22, 1972
Venue: Hollywood Bowl
Place: Hollywood, CA
Source: Audience
Overall: Excellent

"Staying Home To Watch The Rain" [Revision B]

SHTWTR Pressed CD (GDR CD 9013) > EAC > Wav > Cool Edit Pro 2.1 > Wav > Flac Frontend (level 5)> FLAC

Disc 1
01 Breathe    
02 On The Run    
03 Time    
04 The Great Gig In The Sky    
05 Money    
06 Us And Them    
07 Any Colour You Like    
08 Brain Damage    
09 Eclipse    

Disc 2
01 One Of These Days    
02 Careful With That Axe, Eugene    
03 Echoes    
04 A Saucerful Of Secrets    
05 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun


***************** DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3 OR ANY OTHER LOSSLESS FORMAT ***********************

- Transferred from CD and digitally remastered by Marooned on March 10, 2005

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

ARW 2017-04-19 Orchard Hall Tokyo, Japan

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman 2017-04-19, Tokyo, Japan (w/Sound Check)

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman
Orchard Hall
Tokyo, Japan
April 19, 2017

SP-CMC-8 > Battery Box > R-05(@2496)
R-05 > USB > PC > Adobe Audition3(automatic click remover, hard limitting, convert sample type (to 16/44.1)),Sound Engine Free(split) > TLH > flac

Sound Check
101. Zousan (japanese children's songs 'Elephant')
102. sound check
103. Sunshine Of Your Love (fragment) / Crossroad
104. Rhythm of Love
105. sound check
106. Cinema

Concert
201. Intro.
202. Cinema
203. Perpetual Change
204. Hold On
205. I've Seen All Good People
206. Drum Solo
207. Lift Me Up
208. And You And I
209. Rhythm of Love
210. Heart of the Sunrise
211. Changes
212. The Meeting
213. Awaken
214. Make It Easy
215. Owner of a Lonely Heart
(encore)
216. Roundabout

Jon Anderson (vo, a.gt)
Trevor Rabin (e.gt, vo)
Rick Wakeman (key)
Iain Hornal (eb)
Louis Molino III (drs)

http://www.yesfeaturingarw.com/

chesksum included.

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ARW 2017-04-18 Orchard Hall Tokyo, Japan

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman 2017-04-18, Tokyo, Japan (w/Sound Check)

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman
Orchard Hall
Tokyo, Japan
April 18, 2017

SP-CMC-8 > Battery Box > R-05(@2496)
R-05 > USB > PC > Adobe Audition3(automatic click remover, hard limitting, convert sample type (to 16/44.1)),Sound Engine Free(split) > TLH > flac

Sound Check
101. enter the venue
102. Rhythm of Love
103. sound check
104. Long Distance Rurnaround
105. sound check

Concert
201. Intro.
202. Cinema
203. Perpetual Change
204. Hold On
205. I've Seen All Good People
206. Drum Solo
207. Lift Me Up
208. And You And I
209. Rhythm of Love
210. Heart of the Sunrise
211. Changes
212. The Meeting
213. Awaken
214. Make It Easy
215. Owner of a Lonely Heart
(encore)
216. Roundabout

Jon Anderson (vo, a.gt)
Trevor Rabin (e.gt, vo)
Rick Wakeman (key)
Iain Hornal (eb)
Louis Molino III (drs)

http://www.yesfeaturingarw.com/

chesksum included.

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Pink Floyd 1970-10-16 Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, CA


Pink Floyd - Rolf's Pepperland Bomb - MQR 012

Pepperland Auditorium, San Rafael, CA, USA
October 16th 1970

Source: Audience
Sound Quality: EX+
Tapers: Jay D. and Ron C. ...They sat 10-12 rows back, left of center. 
Recording equipment: Sony TC-126 with Powered Single Point Stereo Microphone, using either Sony Red or Green cassette tapes

Lineage:
Oct. 1970. Recording equipment > Sony TC-252 7" Reel to Reel Recorder >1/4“ Scotch 140 RtR Tape (Jay D. copy).
Jun. 2011. 1st gen 1/4“ Scotch 140 RtR Tape > Baking process > Revox A77 RtR Deck > Tascam US-200 > Adobe Audition 24/96. 2013. 50 Hz dehumming in iZotope RX 2 Advanced > EQ > NR1 in RX > 1st Manual cleaning and restoring iZ RX2 A> NR2 in RX > 2nd Manual cleaning iZ RX2 A > EQ and MB compression > Balancing > Adobe Audition 1.5 for some manual dynamic adjustments.
a) 24/96 version - TLH for SBE fix and FLAC Level 8.
b) 16/44.1 version - Conversion and manual dynamic adjustments done with Adobe Audition 1.5 > TLH for SBE fix and FLAC level 8.

Remaster and Artwork made throughout the whole 2013 by MQR - creamcheese, WRomanus and }{eywood
Released on 17 December 2013

DVD Audio 2:12:05 - (Disc One 69:05)

03:14 - 01. Astronomy Domine (1 st Attempt - Tune Up)
03:58 - 02. Astronomy Domine (2nd Attempt - Tune Up)
09:03 - 03. Astronomy Domine (3rd Attempt - Tune Up)
06:07 - 04. Astronomy Domine (4th Attempt)
00:27 - 05. Tune Up
12:09 - 06. Fat Old Sun
00:46 - 07. Tune Up
11:09 - 08. Cymbaline
01:53 - 09. Tune Up
20:19 - 10. Atom Heart Mother
..................................  (Disc Two 63:21)
01:13 - 11. Tune Up
11:01 - 12. The Embryo
01:26 - 13. Announcement - Tune Up
03:24 - 14. Green Is the Colour
10:52 - 15. Careful with that Axe, Eugene
01:14 - 16. Tune Up
12:06 - 17. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
01:27 - 18. Tune Up
20:37 - 19. A Saucerful of Secrets

MQR releases this in memory of Rolf Ossenberg, who passed away on
17 December, 2012.
This show was the last Rolf worked on in the few
days before he left us.
Thanks to him and his passionate research over
the course of 35 years, research that took him all over the world at great
expense to himself in search of master tapes and other Pink Floyd
material, this show wasn't lost to time. 
All those who knew this gentle
and nice guy can recognize in this artwork the same style he used in
his loony New Year cards.

The following notes were written by WRomanus and }{eywood based on the recollections of Rolf, Mike K., Ron C., Duckpont49, creamcheese and WRomanus.

Pepperland resided in San Rafael, CA, USA from September 1970 to the end of January 1972.
Prior to that it was known as Euphoria (though only for the summer of 1970) Bermuda Palms, and Lichfield's.
Pepperland was a Beatles-themed hall that featured a quadraphonic sound system designed by sound engineer John Meyer, who later built custom PA systems for the Grateful Dead.
It was 2 large rooms joined together with a partial wall separating both rooms.
This wall was opened up and later removed. The Room had a very low ceiling less than 10 feet high, creating excellent sound.
The support girders for the hall’s roof were adorned with painted portholes that mimicked the windows of the Yellow Submarine.
Even the sound system blended into the décor, with the speakers molded into huge fiberglass cones in which people would often be found sitting. There was very poor ventilation. Lots of pot and cigarette smoke. No air conditioning. No HVAC.
Very cold in winter, too hot the rest of the time.

For Pink Floyd's shows there the band needed to use the ballroom floor to accommodate all of their gear, which took up two trucks to transport. PF was set up against the back wall opposite the entrance on a very low riser.
The big Glyph horns were set up in the corners and there were Shure vocal columns set up every 20 feet or so along the walls in between. There were slide projectors up in the metal rafters projecting fisheye photos of farm animals into the painted portholes on the walls in reference to the Atom Heart Mother cover.
A few steps up at the back of the performance space was another space with a trippy sculpture in the center, a female hand holding up a glowing sphere surrounded by "angel hair" and all under a plex dome.
There were no more than 500 people present, sitting on the floor in the center, with some folks sitting up inside the big Glyph bottom horns.

Pink Floyd were on tour promoting their new album, Atom Heart Mother, which had just been released a few days before.
They played there two nights, the 16th and 17th, returning to California for the fourth time in their career.
As with everytime they came to CA they felt at their best and their performance was really hot. This time, though, was the first time they didn't play Interstellar Overdrive, an omission not lost to the Californian fans who considered it a certainty.

That first night there were many problems with the power.
The club's system was unable to deal with the multichannel sound system the Floyd brought, and several power outages marred the performance of Astronomy Domine.
Three more small outages occurred during the crescendo of A Saucerful of Secrets, but this time the band forged on and finished the song in spite of them, much to the fans' delight.

The show was originally recorded by Jay D. and Ron C. with a Sony TC-126 with Powered Single Point Stereo Microphone,
using either Sony Red or Green cassette tapes. They sat 10-12 rows back, left of center. 
When the boys got back home, they instantly made two copies onto Scotch 7" Reel, one for Jay and one for Ron C.
The Master Cassettes were re-used for next day's Jethro Tull show in Berkeley.
They were usually never kept, due to the unreliability of cassette transport mechanisms at the time.

Thanks to this recording the show was soon famous amongst the fan trader circles and many bootlegs were released with at least some of these songs, especially the four attempts at Astronomy Domine.

Jay D. never traded this item so all copies around came from Ron C.'s reel copy which went rotten in the early 90's.
Rolf Ossenberg managed to get the Jay D. 1st gen reel copy which would no longer play back at all.
With the invaluable help of Mike K., the reel was baked in June 2011 (the morning after Roger Waters' show in Düsseldorf) and transferred from Revox A77 into Tascam US-200 to a 96KHz/24bit file.
Rolf was really nervous about baking the Scotch tape.
The issue is that the binder used was incorrectly made so it absorbs moisture.
This is
believed to be a
problem with all
old Scotch/Ampex
reels.
This moisture interferes with the adhesive so during playback you get lots of sticky gunk (yes, that is the technical term for it) collecting on the playback head and it impacts playback quality and even speed.
So you have to fix it. Rolf had bought a well-controlled oven specifically for this purpose.
They baked at 53C to 55C  for 3-4 hours to drive the moisture out without damaging the plastic backing, let cool down to room temp, and voila' ... The tape plays back with no problems for a month or so.

Rolf  gave that to creamcheese for cutting and some "basic treatment", as we used to call it.
A 50 Hz hum that probably appeared with the transferring process was taken away very carefully.
A little EQ was done to give the recording a bit more body.
Rolf approved it that way. He furtherly agreed to MQR making a remastered release from this but it was his wish to release that (almost) raw one himself first.
Unfortunately we were in November 2012 and Rolf's time has come.
Creamcheese released the transfer as Grolsch's Baked Pepperland
Reel a few days after Rolf (Grolsch) passed away.

This remaster uses that same transfer.
The 50 Hz de-humming was redone with iRX2. The recording was
then EQ'ed and a 1st run of Noise Reduction was done with iRX2.
A 2nd
Noise Reduction run was applied later. Some kind of noise "popping up"
around sharp transients is audible throughout the show. A hiss that only
appears in conjunction with an audible sound; when there's no sound
there's no hiss.
This was particularly noticeable during the spoken intros. For this reason the whole project was restarted from scratch.
Although
the result of the 2nd attempt is way better sounding, we were not able to
remove that popping noise entirely.
As it appeared independently of the NR settings, we suspect it to have been in the source material but buried
in the hiss.
After that WRomanus manually removed clicks, pops, shits and some
coughs for a more pleasant listening with iRX2.
The final master was then done by creamcheese
applying another slight EQ, balancing the stereo image in collaboration
with WRomanus and removing some phase issues on the bass range of
the recording.
A little pressure was added applying very gentle multiband
compression. 
}{eywood manually adjusted the volume
of a few parts to be more dynamic and better represent the way the songs
sounded live, countering the level compression of the original analog gear, and then made an optimized 16/44.1 Master for CD
playback of this very dynamic recording.

The main artwork is made with two of the pics WRomanus took of Rolf
talking about this show with Ron C., one of the tapers, during a meeting of
floydian fans in Rome.
WRomanus conceived
this artwork with Rolf's loony New Years
cards in mind... Some of which you can see
in the booklet.

MQR - Magna Qualitas Records (creamcheese, WRomanus and }{eywood )
Released on 17 December 2013

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The Rolling Stones- The Aftermath Sessions


Rolling Stones- The Aftermath Sessions


Recording order isn't known. Songs are sequenced with instrumental backing first,
then vocals, song by song in random mostly alphabetical order.

4-track recording is assumed.

Also not known is whether or not any reduction mixes or internal bounces were done
(it sounds like there had to be, on many of the songs). On all of the Dec '65
sessions, it sounds like the music on the left ch is all one complete band basic
take (minus Brian?) while the instruments on the right were all overdubbed.
The Mar '66 sessions sound like the basic take was recorded to two tracks split
left and right, with bass and drums left and guitars right. Many of these songs
sound like an overdub has been added left or right or both, which would have
necessitated a reduction mix or internal bounce to accomodate the extra
instruments.

"I did all the parts on half the album that Brian normally would have done. Sure I
was mad. It wasn't like now where you spend 4 to 6 months making an album. Those
albums had to be done in 10 days, plus another single. That was a fact of life...
With Brian becoming a dead weight on top of the work, it threw a lot of the
pressure on me." - Keith 1979

The half of the album Keith is referring to could be what was recorded in Dec 65.

Photos show that at least some monitoring was done with headphones.

Mixing dates aren't known. No official mono or stereo mixes are included.


Disc 1 - Sessions Dec 3-8 1965 - 70:55

1.  19th Nervous Breakdown - backing rhythm track - from L ch of UM7 stereo
mix. Some piano heard at the end. Mick's vocal is double-tracked so R ch must all
be one take of overdubs unless there was an internal bounce.
2.  19th Nervous Breakdown - overdub track from R ch - must be Brian on
guitar, Keith on fuzz guitar doubling left-ch riff, bass run must be an
overdub by Bill
3.  19th Nervous Breakdown - alternate vocals C - might be live vocal for tv
show, with studio backing tracks
4.  19th Nervous Breakdown - master vocals C
5.  Sad Day - mono
6.  Mother's Little Helper - backing L
7.  Mother's Little Helper - overdub R - (The strange guitar sound is) a 12-string
with a slide on it. It's played slightly Oriental-ish. The track just needed
something to make it twang. Otherwise, the song was quite vaudeville in a way. I
wanted to add some nice bite to it. And it was just one of those things where
someone walked in and, Look, it's an electric 12-string. It was some gashed-up job.
No name on it. God knows where it came from. Or where it went. But I put it together
with a bottleneck. Then we had a riff that tied the whole thing together. And I
think we overdubbed onto that. Because I played an acoustic guitar as
well. -Keith 2002
8.  Mother's Little Helper - vocals C
9.  Doncha Bother Me - backing L
10. Doncha Bother Me - guitar overdubs R - 3 guitars in the R ch, one in the L ch.
11. Doncha Bother Me - vocals/harmonica C
12. Goin' Home - Keith speaks
13. Goin' Home - false start
14. Goin' Home - backing L - Mick on tambourine must mean his lvs were an
overdub, otherwise those lvs would have bled all over this track on the
tambourine mic.
15. Goin' Home - overdubs R - lead guitar and bvs, overdubs stop at 3:10
16. Goin' Home - lv overdub C
Bonus:
17. 19th Nervous Breakdown - stereo backing LR
18. Mother's Little Helper - stereo backing LR
19. Doncha Bother Me - stereo backing LR

Disc 2 - Sessions Dec 3-8 65 and Mar 6-9 1966 - 76:05

1.  Take It Or Leave It - backing L - has both koto and harpsichord, Brian is
supposed to be playing both. Maybe Jack Nitsche is on harps and Brian overdubs the
organ in R ch.
2.  Take It Or Leave It - overdubs R - bvs and organ
3.  Take It Or Leave It - lead vocal C
4.  Think - backing L - lv is double-tracked so everything in R ch must be
an overdub, unless they did a reduction or internal bounce.
5.  Think - overdubs R - sounds like 3 guitars here though: acoustic, electric
and fuzz. Or is it fuzz bass?
6.  Think - double-tracked vocals C
7.  Ride On Baby - backing L - no leakage of C or R ch's
8.  Ride On Baby - overdubs R - heavy leakage of vocals on some R ch
instrument mics (?) might indicate lv or bv performed with inst overdubs while
being recorded to another track. Or R ch overdub recorded after the vocals
9.  Ride On Baby - vocals C
10. Sittin' On A Fence - backing L - no leakage from R or C ch's.
11. Sittin' On A Fence - guitar R - Keith (?) overdub (?) or Brian
12. Sittin' On A Fence - vocals C
13. Paint It Black - instrumental (edited) - Black Box
14. Paint It Black - stereo backing LR - Stictly Stereo
15. Paint It Black - vocals C - Strictly Stereo
16. Long Long While - mono 45
17. Lady Jane - instrumental - Black Box
18. Lady Jane - backing R
19. Lady Jane - bass and harpsichord L - harpsichord overdubbed? song played live?
20. Lady Jane - vocals C
Bonus:
21. Take It Or Leave It - stereo vocals CR
22. Think - stereo backing LR
23. Ride On Baby - stereo backing LR
24. Sittin' On A Fence - stereo backing LR
25. Lady Jane - stereo backing LR

Disc 3 - Sessions Mar 6-9 1966 - 62:11

1.  Stupid Girl - stereo backing LR
2.  Stupid Girl - vocals C
3.  Flight 505 - stereo backing LR - bass and fuzz bass on L, sounds like lead
guitar overdub on R. Maybe internal bounce of guitars to R, fuzz bass overdubbed
on 4th track panned L?
4.  Flight 505 - vocals C
5.  High And Dry - stereo backing LR - song performed live?
6.  High And Dry - vocals C
7.  I Am Waiting - stereo backing LR - vocal in R ch must be live with those
instruments because of double-tracked vocals in C
8.  I Am Waiting - double-tracked Mick vocals C
9.  If You Let Me - stereo backing LR - sounds like this song done "live"
10. If You Let Me - vocals C
11. It's Not Easy - stereo backing LR - 3 guitars in R ch, the guitar solo
might have been overdubbed after the extra chorus vocal since it's heard in
the R ch probably from monitor playback during tracking
12. It's Not Easy - double-tracked vocals C
13. Out Of Time - stereo backing LR - internal bouncing? On R ch we can hear
the bvs but not the lv.
14. Out Of Time - double-tracked vocals C
15. Under My Thumb - stereo backing LR - Problem: L ch has drums, bass, marimbas
and fuzz bass. R ch has acoustic and electric guitars and piano. Keith is supposed
to be playing both guitars. Electric guitar and fuzz bass must be overdubs. 
16. Under My Thumb - vocals
17. What To Do - stereo backing LR
18. What To Do - double-tracked vocals

Disc 4 - Bonus Trax - 68:55

1.  Paint It Black - L
2.  Paint It Black - R
3.  Stupid Girl - L
4.  Stupid Girl - R
5.  Flight 505 - L
6.  Flight 505 - R
7.  High And Dry - L
8.  High And Dry - R
9.  I Am Waiting - L
10. I Am Waiting - R
11. If You Let Me - L
12. If You Let Me - R
13. It's Not Easy - L
14. It's Not Easy - R
15. Out Of Time - L
16. Out Of Time - R
17. Under My Thumb - L
18. Under My Thumb - R
19. What To Do - L
20. What To Do - R


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Iron Maiden 2017-04-22 Sportpaleis Antwerpen, Belgium

Iron Maiden
The Book of Souls Tour’17
Sportpaleis Antwerpen - Belgie Belgique Belgium
22 april 2017 - First date of this leg

Taper : MooL

Locate on the right side of the stage

Material : Microphone Rode i-XY - iPhone 7 - Rode Rec App -> Export in CAF -> Audition CS6 : Parametric Equalizer + Normalize -> Flac -> Tag -> You

Tracklist :
1) Doctor Doctor (UFO)
2) Intro
3) If Eternity Should Fail
4) Speed of light
5) Wrathchild
6) Children of the damned
7) Death or glory
8) The red and the black (a little cut)
9) The trooper
10) Powerslave
11) The great unknown (First time played)
12) The book of souls
13) Fear of the dark
14) Iron Maiden
15) The number of the beast
16) Bloodbrother
17) Wasted years


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ARW 2017-04-17 Orchard Hall Tokyo, Japan

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman 2017-04-17, Tokyo, Japan

Yes featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman
Orchard Hall
Tokyo, Japan
April 17, 2017

SP-CMC-8 > Battery Box > R-05(@2496)
R-05 > USB > PC > Adobe Audition3(automatic click remover, hard limitting, convert sample type (to 16/44.1)),Sound Engine Free(split) > TLH > flac

01. Intro.
02. Cinema
03. Perpetual Change
04. Hold On
05. I've Seen All Good People
06. Drum Solo
07. Lift Me Up
08. And You And I
09. Rhythm of Love
10. Heart of the Sunrise
11. Changes
12. The Meeting
13. Awaken
14. Make It Easy
15. Owner of a Lonely Heart
(encore)
16. Roundabout

Jon Anderson (vo, a.gt)
Trevor Rabin (e.gt, vo)
Rick Wakeman (key)
Iain Hornal (eb)
Louis Molino III (drs)

http://www.yesfeaturingarw.com

chesksum included.

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Bruce Springsteen 1985-08-07 Municipal Stadium Cleveland, OH



1985-08-07 Cleveland


Disc 1: (71:17)


01. Born In The U.S.A. (5:55)
02. Badlands (5:12)
03. Out In The Street (6:39)
04. Johnny 99 (4:21)
05. Seeds (5:53)
06. Atlantic City (5:06)
07. The River (5:59)
08. Working On The Highway (4:11)
09. Trapped (4:58)
10. Darlington County (5:25)
11. Glory Days (9:36)
12. Promised Land (5:01)

Disc 2: (60:37)

01. My Hometown (9:14)
02. Thunder Road (7:07)
03. Cover Me (6:50)
04. Dancing In The Dark (6:00)
05. Hungry Heart (4:16)
06. Cadillac Ranch (6:40)
07. Downbound Train (4:44)
08. I'm On Fire (5:31)
09. Pink Cadillac (10:12)

Disc 3: (43:34)

01. Bobby Jean (4:21)
02. This Land Is Your Land (4:54)
03. Born To Run (5:38)
04. Ramrod (6:58)
05. Twist & Shout / Do You Love Me? (16:25)
06. Sherry Darling (5:17)


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