Monday, November 20, 2017

Eric Clapton 2001-02-25 Palau Saint Jordi Barcelona, Spain


Eric Clapton
Palau Saint Jordi
Barcelona, Spain
February 25, 2001

CD-R2 - Aud 4

Disc 1:

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone
    Got You On My Mind
    Travellin' Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight

Disc 2:

    Badge
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Have You Ever Loved a Woman
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Nathan East Bass, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Guitar, Vocals
Steve Gadd Drums
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
David Sancious Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar

Geetarz Comments:

Back cover reports "This recording is for hardware analysis - don't use it for your own enjoyment - Trade Only". Nice performance, including some tasty solos on "My Father's Eyes".

Lineage:

Unknown > Trade CD-R from the Jurassic Era > EAC > FLAC > You !

Enjoy!

~Geetarz, January 2016

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King Crimson 1971-11-11 Massey Hall Toronto Canada(2 sources)



King Crimson 1971-11-11 Massey Hall Toronto Canada 16-48 (1st gen) (T-801)

This release is sourced from a cassette tape I got in trade many years ago.  It's a 1st generation tape according to the info on the tape.

Recorder, mics and media unknown >
Original tape >
Maxell XLII C-60 Cassette >
Playback: Tascam 130 >
2 Nikko 32 Band EQ >
ADS Tech Instant Music RDX-150 input SPDIF
     output USB to computer 16 bit 48 Khz >
Audacity > Sony Sound Forge Audio Studio 9.0 > WAV > CD Wave Editor 16 bit 48 Khz > FLAC

  1.  Cirkus (including Entry of the Chameleons)
  2.  Pictures Of A City
  3.  Formentera Lady
  4.  The Sailor's Tale
  5.  21st Century Schizoid Man
  6.  The Devil's Triangle
         (i)  Merday Morn
         (ii)  Hand Of Sceiron
         (iii) Garden Of Worm
  7.  Cadence And Cascade

I removed the blank spaces and fixed a few glitches.  I checked and corrected the speed.  I checked and eliminated DC offset if present.  I did the editing, mastering (tweaking), analog to digital transfer and artwork for this version of this show.  I've included jpg screen caps of the way the wav files looked (raw before) and (final after). Don't add to, change or remove any of these files.  Keep the text, md5 and artwork files unaltered, together with the FLAC's

Don't rename directories or file names if you share this.  My concern is that when people rename them they drop information like date, venue, location, T number.  This information is useful to others when searching for or deciding which version of a show they want or already have.

King Crimson 1971-11-11 Massey Hall Toronto Canada 16-48 (1st gen) (T-801)

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Don't alter the sound of this recording.  The T releases are not to be used as a source for anyones so called remastering projects.  I'm also making available the raw source recording I used for this release. It's has (T source raw) in the folder name.  Anyone that wants to work on the raw source recording is free to do that as long as you mention the source tape you used.  Don't use T-801 version as a source because I've already worked on that one.  Use the (T source raw) recording for your source.

For Trade or Give Away Only - Do Not Sell - Do Not Encode As MP3 Virus Files - MD or any other format which degrades the quality of the recording


                                          April 29, 2011           T________

King Crimson
November 11th 1971
Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario Canada
AUD* 55min (55.10)

Islands lineup = Fripp, Burrell, Collins, Wallace

1 Cirkus
2 Pictures Of A City
3 Formentera Lady
4 Sailor's Tale
5 21st Century Schizoid Man
6 Mars
7 Cadence And Cascade

There are a plenty of great soundboards from this Crimson at www.dgmlive.com including Detroit 2 nights later.
Enjoy.



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Bob Dylan 2017-06-17 Firefly Music Festival, Dover, DE(Crystal Cat 1085-1086)


Bob Dylan - Firefly Music Festival 2017 - Crystal Cat 1085-1086

June 17,2017 - Firefly Music Festival, Dover, Delaware

1-01 - Intro - Stu Kimball (Banks of the Royal Canal)
1-02 - Things Have Changed
1-03 - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
1-04 - Highway 61 Revisited
1-05 - Simple Twist Of Fate
1-06 - Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
1-07 - Make You Feel My Love
1-08 - Lonesome Day Blues
1-09 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
1-10 - Summer Days

2-01 - Blind Willie Mctell
2-02 - Duquesne Whistle
2-03 - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
2-04 - Pay In Blood
2-05 - Love Sick
2-06 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
2-07 - Masters Of War (October 7, 2016 - Indio, California)
2-08 - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (October 14, 2016 - Indio, California)
2-09 - Like A Rolling Stone (October 14, 2016 - Indio, California)

Silver Discs -> EAC -> Traders Little Helper -> Flac

thank you marcos!!


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Janis Joplin Blow All My Blues Away (9 CD)


Janis Joplin
Blow All My Blues Away
various dates, 1962 through 1970

This set of archival recordings lets us witness the formation of arguably the most powerful and expressive voice in rock history. From the earliest known performances in the small bars of Texas to the first sessions with Big Brother to her mesmerizing live shows, Janis never left behind her raw roots. She drew upon them to impel emotional performances as if by exposing her pain she gained power over her past and transformed it into a gift. In these newly sourced pearls, we can hear as never before the birth and fast burning flame of Janis Joplin.

Included are outtakes and unreleased songs from the 1968 "Cheap Thrills" studio sessions, demos for the 1969 Kozmic Blues album and vast improvements on all existing vintage (1962-65) live recordings. The vintage recordings, in particular, are wonderful and although we
had some of this material from the long out of print "Janis" movie
soundtrack vinyl release, this collection has 39 (!) tracks recorded
between 1962-65 including the ubiquitous "Typewriter Tapes" made by Jorma. The final CD finally unchains the urgent expression and lets it be heard in a complete Big Brother concert from 1967. Sit down by your window, put this set on, and blow all your blues away.


****************************************************
Janis Joplin: Blow All My Blues Away 1962-1970
****************************************************

CD#1 (66:29) The Early Years 1962-63

John Riley's Home, Austin, Texas 1962
1. What Good Can Drinkin Do
Threadgill's Bar, Austin, Texas 1962
2. CC Rider
3. San Francisco Bay Blues
4. Wining Boy Blues
5. Careless Love
6. I'll Drown In My Own Tears
San Jose Coffeeshop w/Jorma Kaukonen & Steve Mann 11/62
7. Honky Tonk Angel
8. Empty Pillow On My Bed
Grant Ave. Coffeehouse, late 1962 or early 1963
9. Gospel Ship
10. Stealing
11. Leaving This Morning
12. Daddy, Daddy, Daddy
13. Careless Love
14. Bourgeois Blues
15. Black Mountain Blues, Austin, Texas Reel #1: 1963
16. Trouble In Mind
17. What Good Can Drinking Do
18. Silver Threads & Golden Needles
19. Mississippi River
20. Stealing
21. No Reason For Living, Austin, Texas Reel #2: 1964
22. I'll Drown In My Own Tears
23. Daddy, Daddy, Daddy
24. Careless Love
25. San Francisco Bay Blues
26. Wining Boy Blues
27. CC Rider
28. Leaving This Morning



CD#2 (73:25) The Middle Years 1964-68

"The Typewriter Tape" w/Jorma Kaukonen & Margaretta Kaukonen (typewriter)
San Jose, CA 25 June 1964 Jorma's Mother's House
1. Typewriter Talk
2. Trouble In Mind
3. Kansas City Blues
4. Hesitation Blues
5. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
6. Daddy, Daddy, Daddy
7. Long Black Train Blues

San Francisco 1965 w/Dick Oxtrot Jazz Band
8. Black Mountain Blues
9. Walk Right In
10. River Jordan
11. Mary Jane

Janis & Big Brother & The Holding Company Sessions 1967-68

Mainstream LP Session Outtakes with Big Brother & The Holding Co.
12. (1967) Call On Me
13. (1967) Bye, Bye Baby

Cheap Thrills Studio Session Outtakes w/Big Brother & The Holding Co.
14. (03/19/68) Its A Deal
15. (03/19/68) Easy Once You Know How
16. (03/25/68) Roadblock
17. (03/25/68) Flower In The Sun
18. (03/25/68) Misery'n
19. (03/25/68) Catch Me Daddy
20. (03/25/68) Farewell Song
21. (03/28/68) Summertime



CD#3 (70:06) The Late Years 1968-70

Cheap Thrills Studio Session Outtakes cont.
1. (04/01/68) Misery'n
2. (04/01/68) Catch Me Daddy
3. (06/12/68) Harry

The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI 01/02 MAR 1968
4. Magic Of Love
5. Down On Me
6. Piece Of My Heart

Amsterdam 01 APR 1969 w/The Kozmic Blues Band
7. Maybe
8. Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)
9. Ball And Chain

Kozmic Blues Outtakes & Demos - June & July 1969
10. Dear Landlord (outtake)
11. Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out (Demo)
12. Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) (Demo)
13. Let's Don't Quit (Demo)
14. Get It While You Can #1 (Demo)
15. Get It While You Can #2 (inc.) (Demo)

3/28/70 Studio Session Outtakes with The Butterfield Blues Band
16. One Night Stand (1) Outtake
17. One Night Stand (2) Outtake

"The Dick Cavett Show" ABC-TV 25 JUN 1970
18. Get It While You Can



CD#4 (73:59) Live Big Brother

California Hall, San Francisco, CA 12 FEB 1967
w/Big Brother & The Holding Co.
1. Call On Me
2. Combination Of The Two
3. Blow My Mind
4. Down On Me
5. All Is Loneliness/Drum Solo
6. Road Block
7. Light Is Faster Than Sound
8. Bye Bye Baby
9. Goin' To Brownsville
10. Ball And Chain
11. I Know You Rider



An Archival Group Effort For The Love Of The Music
**********NEVER FOR SALE***********
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disc 5: Early Janis

Studio (unknown, from acetate) backed by jazz band, date? early
1) Black Mountain
2) Careless Love

San Francisco, CA, unknown venue, Fall 1962
3) Gospel Ship
4) Stealin'
5) Leavin' This Mornin'
6) Daddy Daddy Daddy
7) <>
8) Careless Love
9) Bourgeoise Blues
10) Black Mountain

Folk Theater, San Jose, CA DEC 1962 with Steve Talbot
11) Honky Tonk Angel
12) Empty Pillow
13) Red Mountain Burgundy
14) ?? unknown title
15) Mary Jane

KPFA Studios, San Francisco, CA 18 JAN 1963 with Larry Hanks, Roger
Perkins
& host Gert Cherito
16) Black Mountain
17) Columbus Stockade

Jorma Kaukonen's House, San Jose, CA, probably 1964 with Steve Mann
18) Winin' Boy Blues
19) Trouble in Mind


disc 6: Live Big Brother

Big Brother & The Holding Co.

Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 23 JUN 1968
(from low gen. 1/2 track reel)
1) (cuts in) Combination of the 2 ->
2) I Need A Man To Love
3) It's Just History
4) Light Is Faster Than Sound
5) Summertime
6) Mr. Natural (cuts)

Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 1968 (FM)
7) Bye Bye Baby
8) Women is Losers
9) All is Loneliness
10) Call On Me
11) Ball & Chain

Janis Joplin
Blow All My Blues Away

Volume 7
1. So Sad to Be Alone (1965)
2. San Francisco Blues (San Francisco 1963)
[free download at www.threadgills.com/music/mp3.music.htm]
3. Apple of My Eye
4. 219 Train
5. Codine
6. Down & Out
7. Turtle Blues
8. I Ain't Got A Worry
9. Brownsville
(circa 1965)
[for the story behind these remarkable recordings, see: www.gritz.net/jamesgurley.html]
10. Catch Me Daddy (Brownsville)
11. Piece of My Heart
(from the D.A. Pennebaker out-of-print video "Comin' Home." Recorded at the New Generation Club, NYC, April 1968)
12. Down On Me
(Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco 1966)
13. Summertime
14. I Need A Man To Love
15. (chat with Don Adams)
(Hollywood Palace Show, 26 OCT 1968)
16. Combination of the Two
17. Farewell Song
("Cheap Thrills" outtakes 1968)

Volume 8
1. Piece of My Heart
2. Summertime
3. Coo Coo
4. Combination of the Two
5. Ball & Chain
6. Down On Me
7. Piece of My Heart (reprise)
(Newport Festival, August 1968)
8. interview
9. Piece of My Heart
10. Summertime
11. Me
12. Raise Your Hand
13. Work Me Lord
(Swedish TV, April 1969)
14. Stay With Me
15. Walk Right
(Winterland, San Francisco, 21 March 1969)

Volume 9
1. Dick Cavett introduction
2. To Love Somebody
3. interview
(Dick Cavett Show, July 1969)
4. Little Girl Blue
5. Raise Your Hand (w/Tom Jones)
(Tom Jones Show, December 1969)
6. Kozmic Blues
7. Ego Rock (w/Johnny Winter)
8. Help Me Baby (w/Johnny Winter; title uncertain)
(Boston Music Hall, 11 December 1969)
9. One Night Stand (w/Paul Butterfield Band)
(Columbia Studios, March 1970)
10. Mercedes Benz
11. Try
12. My Baby
(Final Concert, Harvard Stadium, 12 August 1970)
13. My Baby
(Dick Cavett Show, March 1970)
14. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
(Ken Threadgill's Birthday Party, Austin, TX, 10 July 1970)

Various tracks compiled from best available sources. No additional info provided.

Special thanks to Tim Hughes for assembling Volumes 7, 8, 9 . Additional thanks to Mal Westcott. Artwork by Ignatz.

K


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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Joe Bonamassa 2017-11-16 State Theatre Ithaca, NY

Joe Bonamassa
State Theatre
Ithaca, NY
November 16, 2017

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

01 This Train
02 Mountain Climbing
03 Blues of Desperation
04 No Good Place For the Lonely
05 How Deep This River Runs
06 Breaking Up Somebody's Home
07 I Get Evil
08 Angel of Mercy
09 talking
10 Slow Train
11 Driving Toward the Daylight
12 Boogie With Stu
13 Last Kiss
14 How Many More Times
15 encore break
16 Hummingbird

Recorded from the from 6th row on the left side.

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

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

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The Magpie Salute 2017-11-12 The National Richmond, VA

The Magpie Salute
The National
Richmond VA
November 12, 2017

** 16 Bit/44.1 kHz **

SP-CMC-8 (ES933 cardiods) > CA Bat2B > Tascam DR-05 @ 24 bit/48 kHz
SD Card > iZotope RX6 > GoldWave 6.31 (tracking) > TLH (flac level 6) > TagScanner 6.0.25 (tagging)
Location:  Directly behind the soundboard, center, raised platform area
Recorded by: flaco

01. Intro
02. Midnight From The Inside Out
03. Gone
04. Horsehead
05. Only You Know And I Know
06. Stage Banter >
07. Rollin' Stone
08. Omission
09. Devil's In The Details
10. "Everybody Loves Marc"
11. I Don't Hear The Sound Of You
12. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye
13. Wyoming And Me
14. Nebakanezer
15. Oh! Sweet Nuthin'
16. Idle Time
17. Everything's Alright
18. Lively Up Yourself
19. Miracle To Me
20. Good Morning Captain
21. Let Me Share The Ride
22. Exit Stage Right > Banter > Band Intros >
23. P.25 London
24. My Morning Song

Rich Robinson - guitars & vocals
Marc Ford - guitars & vocals
John Hogg - lead vocals & percussion
Sven Pipien - bass & backing vocals
Joe Magistro - drums & percussion
Nick Rosen - keyboards
Nico Bereciartua - guitars
Charity White - backing vocals & percussion
Adrien Reju - backing vocals & percussion
Katrine Ottosen - backing vocals, harp, & percussion


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Eric Clapton 2001-02-23 Madrid, Spain("Two More Cars, Two More Riders" Pt 2.)


Eric Clapton
"Two More Cars, Two More Riders"
Madrid, Spain
February 22/23, 2001
Zigzag Records
Aud 4-5

Disc 1: February 22, 2001

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone

Disc 2: February 22, 2001

    Got You On My Mind
    Travellin' Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    Badge
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Five Long Years
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Disc 3: February 23, 2001

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone

Disc 4: February 23, 2001

    Got You On My Mind
    Travellin' Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    White Room
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Stormy Monday
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Geetarz Comments:

Comes packaged in a plastic clamshell case.

Original cover art scans included, as well as art modified to fit standard jewel cases if you want to rock out like it's 1983!

Lineage:

Silvers > CD-R > EAC > FLAC > You !

Enjoy!
~Geetarz, January 2016

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Yes 1977-08-23 Cobo Hall Detroit, MI(Detroit Special)


YES: DETROIT SPECIAL-Cobo Hall, Detroit
August 23, 1977 (complete show)
from 1st Gen Tape
1st Gen Tapes>dat>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5.21>XACT>flac

Here is a wonderful snapshot of YES in their prime, featuring the band in 1977, from first-generation tape. This is a very fine show, EX-sound quality. The taper did also the 1976 Detroit show and used great equipment, as the results show. Detroit concerts from the 1970s (and the city's great audiences) are always special, so here's a Detroit Special for all Yes fans to enjoy.

Cobo Hall, Detroit-August 23, 1977-1st Gen Tape. None of this has ever been officially released.

Lineup:
Jon Anderson-Steve Howe-Chris Squire-Rick Wakeman-Alan White


Setlist:

Disc One: (68:15)
1.01 Firebird Suite ~ Parallels (7.24)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (8.01)
1.03 Close To The Edge (21.00)
1.04 Wonderous Stories (4.32)
1.05 Colors Of The Rainbow ~ Turn Of The Century (9.42)
1.06 Tour Song ~ And You And I (10.59)
1.07 Going For The One (6.33)

Disc Two: (44:02)
2.01 Awaken (20.40)
2.02 Starship Trooper (13.51)
2.03 Roundabout (9.29)



Saturday, November 18, 2017

Bob Dylan 2017-11-17 Palace Theater Albany, New York

Bob Dylan
Palace Theater
Albany, New York
November 17, 2017


An Imperfect Gravy Recording (IPG-326)

Lineage: Audio Reality > Tascam DR-07mkII @ 16/44.1 > PC > Audacity 2.0.3 (tracking & normalization) > TLH (FLAC 8) > Dime

Location: 7th row of center orchestra section

Sound Quality: Let the samples be your guide.


01. Introduction
02. Things Have Changed 
03. It Ain't Me, Babe 
04. Highway 61 Revisited 
05. Why Try To Change Me Now [Bob center stage]
06. Summer Days 
07. Melancholy Mood [Bob on center stage]
08. Honest With Me 
09. Tryin' To Get To Heaven 
10. Once Upon A Time [Bob center stage]
11. Pay In Blood
12. Tangled Up In Blue 
13. Soon After Midnight 
14. Early Roman Kings 
15. Scarlet Town 
16. Desolation Row 
17. Thunder On The Mountain 
18. Autumn Leaves [Bob center stage] 
19. Love Sick
20. [encore applause] 
21. Blowin' In The Wind
22. Ballad Of A Thin Man
   
Total Time (103:55) [one set, continuous recording, Mavis Staples opened]

Personnel:
Bob Dylan - vocals, piano
Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - violin, banjo, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel

Visit:
http://www.bobdylan.com/

Please:
-Do not sell this recording.
-Do not upload this recording to other trackers.
-Do not alter this recording or convert to mp3 or other lossy formats except for your own personal use.
-Support the artists by attending shows and purchasing official releases.

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Genesis 1975-03-01 Palais Des Sports, Dijon, France(GASP007)


March 1, 1975
Palais Des Sports, Dijon, France
Open Air Microphone
1-1. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
1-2. Fly On A Windshield
1-3. Broadway Melody Of 1974
1-4. Cuckoo Cocoon
1-5. In The Cage
1-6. The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging
1-7. Rael's Story
1-8. Back In N.Y.C.
1-9. Hairless Heart
1-10. Counting Out Time
1-11. Carpet Crawlers
1-12. The Chamber Of 32 Doors
1-13. Rael's Story
1-14. Lilywhite Lilith
1-15. The Waiting Room pt. 1
2-1. The Waiting Room pt. 2
2-2. Anyway
2-3. Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist
2-4. Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats
2-5. The Colony Of Slippermen
2-6. Ravine
2-7. The Light Dies Down On Broadway
2-8. Riding The Scree
2-9. In The Rapids
2-10. It
2-11. The Musical Box
2-12. Watcher Of The Skies

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Jeff Beck Group 1968-07-26/27 Shrine Exposition Hall Los Angeles, CA

Jeff Beck Group supporting Pink Floyd
July 26&27, 1968
Shrine Exposition Hall
Los Angeles, CA
"Messin' With The Blues"
Empress Valley 489/490/491

factory cds -> eac -> flac

track list
disc one - july 26, 1968

1st set
01 introduction
02 You Shook me ~ Let Me Love You
03 Morning Dew
04 Jeff's Boogie
05 band introduction
06 Sweet Little Angel
07 Hi Ho Silver Lining

2nd set
08 Beck's Bolero
09 Rock My Plimsoul
10 Shapes Of Things
11 Rice Pudding
12 The Sun Is Shining
13 I Ain't Superstitious


disc two - july 27, 1968

1st set
01 Interstellar Overdrive "Pink Floyd"
02 You Shook me ~ Let Me Love You
03 Morning Dew
04 Jeff's Boogie
05 Sweet Little Angel
06 Hi Ho Silver Lining


disc three - july 27, 1968

2nd set
01 A Saucerful Of Secrets "Pink Floyd"
02 Beck's Bolero
03 Rock My Plimsoul
04 Shapes Of Things
05 Rice Pudding
06 The Sun Is Shining

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King Crimson 1971-08-09 The Marquee Club London, U.K.

 King Crimson - London,Marquee Club 09.aug.1971

 CDR(trade)>wave(EAC)>flacf(8)

 I got this in a trade for a couple of years. It's not the best
 quality, but very interesting for the 16 min Improvisation:
 Mr.Wonderful

 00:00 - 01:09:(from what will eventually become) Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part I
 01:09-02:15=(from what will eventually become) Lament
 02:15-03:19=Fripp/Collins improv interplay on vague Lament texture
 03:19-04:12=(from what will eventually become) Lament ... again
 04:12-09:01=Fripp & Collins free improv (often barely without the band)

 I have only this 5 songs from the show and looking since years for
 the complete show,perhaps someone can help.It`s a must have for
 all KC fans because Mr.Wonderful is one of the best Improvs.from
 Fripp/Collins at this time.Listen to MP3 samples before you download
 the show.

 the band:

 Robert Fripp: Guitar and Mellotron
 Mel Collins: Sax, Flute and Mellotron
 Boz Burrell: Bass and Lead Vocals
 Ian Wallace: Drums and Backing Voclas
 Pete Sinfield: Illuminations 


 Setlist:

 01.Cirkus                     08:46
 02.The Letters                05:23
 03.Improv:Mr.Wonderful/Drum solo 15:50
 04.Ladies of the Road         05:33
 05.Pictures of a City         08:59

 flac fingerprints:

 e69a426a41bbcc2a84086aeef9e03b56 *01.Cirkus.flac
 86e4cc409ef48c13ae0d23fab86ddd00 *02.The Letters.flac
 a265098eda328e3ebcd61305fff308fe *03.Impro.Mr.Wonderful.flac
 597f8bdfeef4aa5aab64990e6c465df0 *04.Ladies Of The Road.flac
 ff84c9de14868ff6cfdb7eb0507879d6 *05.Pictures Of The City.flac


King Crimson 1971-08-09
The Marquee Club
London, U.K.
August 9, 1971
filename: kcUK7871flac16
performance quality: C to B+
recording quality: C to B
source: audience tapes
(unknown generation, from 2 different sources)
setlist: (what I know of it)
  1: cirkus
  2: the letters
  3: formentera lady >
  4: the sailor's tale
  5: improvisation: mr. wonderful
  6: ladies of the road
  7: pictures of a city
  8: ? end cuts
comments: I got part of this from another recent dime download, and
had another recording of the same show I recieved in a trade, but both
were about an hour or less and clearly very incomplete accounts of this
concert. So I got to wondering, similar length but not the same, what's
up with that? I compared them, and found there was some non-duplication
in the 2 sources I have, so I've tried my best to splice it together as
it actually happened. If I am incorrect in the sequence, it should be
fairly easy to put these tracks in correct order, but I'm fairly confident
it is in order, and while this is still not a complete account of this
concert, I have 78:58 of this concert put together in this torrent, which
is about 20 min. more than any other single source I've found so far of
this, (I also have a third one but the quality of that one is the worst
of the 3, not used for any of this torrent) and the last track cuts off at
what sounds like near the end of the concert. (maybe it's the last song
before encore?) I don't know the names of all the tracks of this era, but
am fairly confident I've not duplicated any of them in this torrent. If
you heard the recent shorter version seeded on dime recently, the quality
of my other source is similar to that. KC shows of 71 vintage could run
up to about 100 minutes, although most are considerably shorter, maybe
65-90 min. or so. I don't think anybody knows how long this one is in total,
but if you like long ones from the King in 1971, this is worth having. Not
wonderful quality by any means, but not bad at all for a KC aud for this era
(both sources used in this are audience recordings). This is the earliest
KC show I've heard of 1971, kinda sloppy performance in parts, still
learning the new material, they screw up the beginning of Cirkus
(either that or the recording has a flaw, but I think it's the band,
not the recording.). Some interesting stuff too. Thanks to the previous uploader
of the shorter version of this for helping out on some of the song titles.
I think the last one may be battle of glass tears but not sure, it's the
longest track in this torrent even though the end is cut on it, and probably
the least in quality (another reason it seems to be the final song of the concert
or last before an encore, if there was one.)
Do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly.

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Neil Young 1985-08-18 Riverbend Amphitheater Cincinnati, OH


Neil Young & International Harvesters -
Riverbend Amphitheater Cincinnati 1985-08-18
Here's another 1st generation copy taken directly from the master of M.S.
I got this tape directly from MS soon after the show and I shared it with some friends in the old times of tapes trading.
I had to adjust the pitch a little bit because I felt as it ran a little. 
Recording equipment unknown
Artwork for this show is included.

   1. Intro
   2. Country Home
   3. Comes A Time
   4. Looking For A Love
   5. Heart Of Gold
   6. This Old House
   7. Bound For Glory
   8. Southern Pacific
   9. Sugar Mountain
  10. Ohio
  11. Helpless
  12. Nothing Is Perfect
  13. California Sunset
  14. Down By The River
  15. Old Man
  16. Powderfinger
  17. Intro Band
  18. Get Back To The Country
  19. Grey Riders 

LINEAGE
1st generation tape (maxell XL II 90min) => philips cd recorder 770 => cd wave split tracks=> Goldwave adjust pitch => FLAC level 6 => DIME



The International Harvester
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, vocals
Anthony Crawford - guitar, banjo, vocals
Rufus Thibodeaux - fiddle
Hargus Pig Robbins - piano
Joe Allen - bass
Karl T. Himmel - drums
Matraca Berg - backup vocals
Tracy Nelson - backup vocals
Larry Cragg - banjo, autoharp
Joel Bernstein - acoustic guitar

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Grateful Dead 1987-03-31 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA

Grateful Dead - March 31, 1987
The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Recording Info:
Ultra Matrix SBD > Cassette Master (TDK MA-R90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi CR-7A) > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz) >
KORG AudioGate 4 > Adobe Audition CC 2015 > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/24
(1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
September 12, 2017

Notes:
-- Two sets of masters were used to make this show complete
-- This is a special mix done for the WMMR broadcast
-- Dan Healy requested that the DJ's be on the recording
-- this is 16 bit

Set 1:
01 - Tuning
02 - Jack Straw >
03 - Franklin's Tower
04 - C.C. Rider
05 - Ramble On Rose
06 - Tons Of Steel
07 - Mama Tried >
08 - Big River
09 - Candyman
10 - Desolation Row >
11 - Don't Ease Me In

Set 2:
12 - Touch Of Grey
13 - Estimated Prophet >
14 - Terrapin Station >
15 - Drums >
16 - Space >
17 - Uncle John's Band >
18 - I Need A Miracle >
19 - Stella Blue >
20 - Around And Around >
21 - Turn On Your Lovelight

Encore:
22 - Encore Break
23 - Brokedown Palace


SHNTOOL OUTPUT:
    length     expanded size    cdr  WAVE problems  fmt   ratio  filename
     4:10.31       44172956 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5841  01 Tuning.flac
     5:11.50       54978044 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6471  02 Jack Straw.flac
     7:19.18       77481980 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6501  03 Franklin's Tower.flac
     9:18.18       98473580 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6128  04 CC Rider.flac
     8:38.58       91511660 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6120  05 Ramble On Rose.flac
     5:18.02       56099948 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6544  06 Tons Of Steel.flac
     2:35.08       27360860 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6483  07 Mama Tried.flac
     6:23.54       67688252 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6468  08 Big River.flac
     7:08.11       75525116 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6005  09 Candyman.flac
    10:11.12      107808668 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6122  10 Desolation Row.flac
     3:44.45       39619484 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6383  11 Don't Ease Me In.flac
     6:41.28       70802300 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6423  12 Touch Of Grey.flac
    10:54.48      115478540 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6308  13 Estimated Prophet.flac
    11:29.59      121678412 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6106  14 Terrapin Station.flac
    10:31.26      111369596 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5515  15 Drums.flac
     6:38.58       70343660 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5024  16 Space.flac
     7:18.16       77300876 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6227  17 Uncle John's Band.flac
     3:42.42       39259628 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6417  18 I Need A Miracle.flac
     8:14.09       87162812 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5783  19 Stella Blue.flac
     3:43.45       39443084 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6204  20 Around And Around.flac
     5:18.18       56137580 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.6252  21 Turn On Your Lovelight.flac
     1:38.17       17327228 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5615  22 Encore Break.flac
     6:04.46       64317836 B   ---   --   ---xx   flac  0.5952  23 Brokedown Palace.flac
   152:14.44     1611342100 B                            0.6105  (23 files)


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Rush 1983-05-21 Wembly Arena, London, England(4th source)


Rush - Countdown To London

Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1090
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 60:10, 47:50
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 52183
Source: Audience
Date: May 21, 1983
Location: Wembley Arena, London, England


DISC 1
3 Stooges Intro   0:38
The Spirit of Radio   4:39
Tom Sawyer   5:06
Freewill   5:21
Digital Man   6:35
Subdivisions   5:20
Vital Signs   5:12
The Camera Eye   6:56
Closer to the Heart   3:11
The Analog Kid   4:47
Broon's Bane   1:32
The Trees   4:23
Red Barchetta   6:22

DISC 2
The Weapon   7:56
New World Man   3:59
Limelight   4:26
Countdown   5:50
2112: The Temples of Syrinx   6:20
Xanadu   2:26
La Villa Strangiato   3:30
In the Mood   3:01
Dancing Music   0:27
YYZ / Drum Solo (cut)   9:54


Average Rating: Audio: 8.75

Special Note


This production was released as the 2001 Digital Reproductions - X-Mas Gift to Rush Fans.    (2001-12-14)

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 9)

PURE SIGNALS HEAVEN!!!! Amazing sounding show!! I'll keep my review as simple as that.    (2001-12-14)

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 9)

Until there is a Signals soundboard, this date will remain the best sounding date of the tour. And the source for this production, a 1st Gen tape archived to DAT, is incredible to say the least. To describe the sound of this show would require using words that would sound more like a description of heaven than that of a live recording. But this is heaven to Rush fanatics. The balance is almost perfect between the instruments. There is just the right mix of authoritative low end and ethereal high end. One listen to Neil's drum solo and one would almost swear it is a soundboard. Also, the show is complete and intact. The only cut is the last 10 seconds of the YYZ / Drum Solo. I could go on and on about how good this show sounds and how much fun it is to listen to. But rather than do that, just go out and get a copy to listen to and enjoy for yourself. Special thanks to Rubicon for helping us to acquire the source used for this production. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is available for free trade or blank media trade only! No exceptions. Visit the trading links and newsgroup to find any one of many individuals that will trade it to you for free. Please keep the spirit of trading alive and not rip off the band by trying to make a quick buck!    (2001-12-14)

Sean Highkin
   (Audio - 8.5)

A pretty good audience recording from the Signals tour. The crowd is a little loud in the mix and the band can be hard to hear at times, but I guess that just adds to the energy of the recording...kind of like Rush in Rio. Plus this boot has the Camera Eye.   (2004-10-10)

Jesse G.
   (Audio - 8.5)

Good sound! Good show. The guys are on it tonight! This is the best Signals boot out there. If you want a Signals boot- Get this one!   (2006-10-29)

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Yes 1977-08-23 Cobo Hall Detroit, MI


Yes
Going for the One Tour
Cobo Hall
Detroit, MI
1977-08-23

The date 7-7-7 marked the 30th anniversary of the release of Going For The One, reuniting the "Classic Yes Line-up,"  so I thought it would be fun to seed the shows I have in my collection on or near the dates of their 30th anniversaries.

This is the second of two nights Yes performed at Detroit's Cobo Hall. It features the first tour performance of their new album's title track, "Going For The One."

High-quality audience recording
Remastered August, 2007 by TheTooleMan

Lineage: unknown 1st gen tape (http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=135963) Sound Forge -> FLAC
Thanks to Mesquite for the original seed!

This is a high-quality recording , much better than that of the first night in Detroit, but Yes sounded like they needed a laxative. Turned out the tape ran about 40 cents too slow. There were a couple of tiny gaps that I cut out, as well as an odd "bumping" sound in several places, usually during applause. The tape also had some auto-level artifacts - loud bass would pull down the level of all the other instruments. This was reversed by painstaking manual edits in Sound Forge. A gap in "Wondrous Stories" was removed by quickly cross-fading between the two ragged ends, which smooths out the transition that was probably caused by a tape flip. An abrupt cut in the applause following this song was smoothed out with some transplanted applause from another spot in the tape.

The result is one of the best recordings of Yes on the GFTO tour.

TheTooleMan
August, 2007

Jon Anderson (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Rick Wakeman (Keyboards)
Alan White (Drums)

Tracks
Disk 1:
1.01 Firebird Suite (1.21)
1.02 Parallels (6.30)
1.03 I've Seen All Good People (7.22)
1.04 Close To The Edge (20.44)
1.05 Wonderous Stories (4.07)
1.06 Colours Of The Rainbow (1.10)
1.07 Turn Of The Century (8.49)
1.08 And You And I (10.07)

Disk 2:
2.01 Going For The One (6.22)
2.02 Flight Jam (3.43)
2.03 Awaken (16.18)
2.04 Starship Trooper (13.40)
2.05 Yours Is No Disgrace (8.42)

According to Jon Anderson's announcement, this is the first performance of the title song of their new album.
Note Remy: already played on July 31st, August 1st, 2nd & 3rd


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Eric Clapton 2001-02-22 Madrid, Spain("Two More Cars, Two More Riders" Pt 1.)



Eric Clapton
"Two More Cars, Two More Riders"
Madrid, Spain
February 22/23, 2001
Zigzag Records
Aud 4-5

Disc 1: February 22, 2001

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone

Disc 2: February 22, 2001

    Got You On My Mind
    Travellin' Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    Badge
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Five Long Years
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Disc 3: February 23, 2001

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone

Disc 4: February 23, 2001

    Got You On My Mind
    Travellin' Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    White Room
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Stormy Monday
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Geetarz Comments:

Comes packaged in a plastic clamshell case.

Original cover art scans included, as well as art modified to fit standard jewel cases if you want to rock out like it's 1983!

Lineage:

Silvers > CD-R > EAC > FLAC > You !

Enjoy!
~Geetarz, January 2016

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Todd Rundgren 1980-05-28 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA

Todd Rundgren
1980-05-28 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA

01 Back on the Street
02 Caravan
03 Very Last Time
04 Set Me Free
05 Love of the Common Man
06 Gangrene
07 The Last Ride
08 Trapped
09 Love in Action
10 Ravel's Bolero
11 Rock Love
12 Instrumental > Emergency Splashdown
13 Love Alone
14 Don't Hold Me Back
15 Something's Coming
16 It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference > A Dream Goes on Forever > Hello > It's Me
17 Bag Lady
18 Cliche
19 Communication with the Sun > The Ikon > The Seven Rays > Singring and the Glass Guitar > Initiation > Utopia Theme
20 Ikon Theme pt.2
21 Couldn't I Just Tell You
22 Just One Victory

aud > ? > Maxell XLII cassettes > Nakamichi CR1 (Dolby B on) > Aardvark Q10 > 24/44.1 wav > Wavelab > normalize entire wav to 98% > convert to 16/44.1) > Trader's Little Helper SBE correct > FLAC level 8 + MD5

Likely either master or 1st generation

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Jethro Tull 1973-07-23 Oakland Coliseum Oaklands, CA(Doinker)


Jethro Tull Live at the Oakland Coliseum 1973-07-23 Master reel-to-reel AUD Full "Passion Play" with great new artwork by Dime master ethiessen1, complete show (DoinkerTapes Archives Reseed Project), mp3 sample

Many, many thanks to ethiessen1 for the great artwork!

Well, this is sort of a reseed... and is for making a really good case for blank, numbered FLAC files. One of the tracks was mistitled last time around. It was titled as "unknown". That's been corrected, but of course the filename change means a change in hash, which means your original file won't load anymore. Moral of the story: Don't name your tracks.

Here are updated notes:

Tull's episodic career has had many swings since "This Was" premiered so many years ago. Like all great artists, the perception of his work has differed from when it was produced to the current day. "Thick As A Brick" received mixed reviews when it first premiered, but has endured to this day as my personal favorite album.

You would have to say that Tull's impression as to what a concept album is differed greatly from what was acceptable then, to what is acceptable now. Ian Anderson and co. were very far ahead of their time, both in production value and their understanding of British theatre.

I absolutely hated "The Passion Play" when it came out. It was unfriendly to listen to, morose, and did not stand up to repeated playing. The uproar over it at the time was so intense that (my memory fades here, please correct me if I don't have it right) I remember Ian absolutely screaming at the press and threatening not to work again!

Parts of it *are* morose, particularly the beginning. "Thick As A Brick" also had some morose bits in it. Not as many, though. "Passion Play" is a much darker album. But, it is also more cohesive.

Look, now it's 2009. My Spiro Agnew watch doesn't work anymore, and my 1964 World's Fair metal flip calendar is starting to look like an antique. And when I look in the mirror... let's not talk about that! It's time for "The Passion Play" to be revisited. Not on the LP where it came out, but on this great live show. It's an 800lb gorilla by the way, this show is. You get sucked into it regardless, awestruck, unable to move. For two hours and twelve minutes all you can do, to paraphrase Frank Zappa is to lie there listlessly, with your tongue hanging from side to side.

This show progresses from *SERIOUS* to absurd theatre, to rock and roll. Tull doesn't perform like this anymore. See for yourself! mp3 sample is below.

Setlist (full breakdown of the Passion Play is on the cover art):

CD1

The Passion Play
Thick As A Brick Middle Section
Cross-Eyed Mary

CD2

No Rehearsal
Drum Solo
Instrumental/TAAB Reprise
Maternity Ward
Aqualung
Applause and Crowd Noise
Band Intros

Encores
Wind Up
Locomotive Breath
Wind Up Reprise

Enjoy!

A DoinkerTape

Jethro Tull 1974-08-17 Kosei Nenkin Kaikan Tokyo, Japan

INCORRECT DATES:

3/8/74
Hordern Pavilion
Sydney, Australia
Some claim that the Out Of Egypt boot was from this show, but that has been disproved, as Ian's spoken intros are different.

21/8/74
Kousei Nenkin Kaikan Dai Hall
Osaka, Japan
The Out Of Egypt boot was not from this show, as the artwork claims. There was doubt that this show even occurred, but an audience member recalls it.

REAL INFORMATION:

17/8/74
Kosei Nenkin Kaikan
Tokyo, Japan
"Out Of Egypt"
Two recordings, definitely of this show, are identical to the named boot.

Intro (incl. Minstrel/A Passion Play excerpts)
Thick As A Brick (excerpt)
Queen And Country
A Passion Play (excerpt)
How Much Is That Doggie...
Skating Away..
My God (w. flute solo (incl. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, Bourée) & piano solo)
Cross-Eyed Mary (incl. No Rehearsal, The Hare... (extract))
Aqualung
Back-Door Angels (incl. Minstrel In The Gallery, guitar solo)
Locomotive Breath/Hard-Headed English General/Wind-Up (reprise)

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Todd Rundgren 1993-12-04 Roseland Ballroom New York, NY

Todd Rundgren
Roseland Ballroom
New York, NY
December 4, 1993

Source: AIWA Portable Cassette Recorder and Microphone (Model Unknown) > Master Cassette

Transfer: Nakamichi CR-1A (Playback) > Monster Cable > Edirol R-09 (Capture)

Editing and Conversion: Audacity 1.3.4 (Final editing and track splitting) > Trader's Little Helper 2.2.1 (FLAC conversion and fingerprint creation)

1. Crowd/TR Takes The Stage
2. Time Stood Still Loop/Rules

3. Worldwide Epiphany

4. Day Job

5. Property

6. Worldwide Epiphany/Fascist Christ (Excerpts)
7. Pulse

8. Chant

9. Secret Society

10. Fascist Christ

11. Fever Broke (Excerpt)

12. International Feel

13. Feel Too Good

14. TR Takes Requests
15. Jesse

16. "I'm a wheel slut..."
17. Love Of The Common Man

18. TR Replaces A Broken String
19. Black And White

20. Interactive Day Job

21. Worldwide Epiphany (Excerpt)
22. Chant Loop
23. No World Order

24. Secret Society (Excerpt)
25. Don't You Ever Learn?

26. Encore Break

Encore:
27. Time Stood Still Loop/Gathering Volunteers
28. Bang The Drum All Day

29. Fever Broke


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Genesis 1971-03-07 La Ferme V, Woluwe St Lambert, Belgium (DGY-REM)


GENESIS - 1971-03-07 La Ferme V, Woluwe St Lambert, Belgium  DGY-REM

from
(LDB Special Series #302)


GENESIS
La Ferme V
Woluwe St Lambert,
March 7, 1971
DGY-REM


TT   69:12
01 - Announcer's Introduction      0:28
02 - Peter's Introduction          0:47
03 - Happy The Man                 3:17
04 - Introduction    1:44
05 - Stagnation      9:05
06 - Introduction       2:40                 
07 - The Light          9:12
08 - Introduction       1:56                   
09 - Twilight Alehouse        8:06
10 - Henry And Cynthia Story    4:04       
11 - The Musical Box            10:38
12 - Introduction          2:29           
13 - The Knife         7:14
14 - Tune-up And Introduction    3:16                     
15 - Going Out To Get You        4:10         



sp-corr:
01.Introduction / Happy The Man     101
02.Stagnation                       101,1
03.The Light                        101,2
04.Twilight Alehouse                101,3
05.The Musical Box                  101,4
06.The Knife                        101,5
07.Going Out To Get You             101,6


"By comparing this
example to the numerous older remasters you might think this one does indeed sound
better than all of them. And you are probably right, but I think there is still
room for improvement." TM

I think "all of us" try one time to remaster this concert.
At the end everyone is disappointed. This is my version. The drop one channel system
is not work. Probably never work. I also used noise reduction now.
Correct pitch/speed. Remaster was made with Steinberg Wavelab.
Enjoy.

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The Faces 1972-08-25 Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, California

THE FACES
1972-08-25
Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, California


UNKNOWN LOW GEN ANALOG CASSTTE>CDR>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC>DIME


From the collection of; Per-Erik "my swedish connection"


Uploaded by; "Lucifer Burns"



Setlist

DISC 1

1. Introduction
2. (I Know)I'M LOSING YOU
3. MISS JUDY'S FARM
4. MEMPHIS
5. MAGGIE MAY
6. STAY WITH ME
7. ANGEL
8. TOO BAD
9. I WOULD RATHER GO BLIND


DISC 2

1. "Ronnie Wood" Intro:
2. THAT'S ALL YOU NEED
3. GASOLINE ALLEY
4. TRUE BLUE
5. THAT'S ALL YOU NEED(Reprise)
6. MAYBE I'M AMAZED
7. TWISTIN' THE NIGHT AWAY
8. ??
9. I FEEL SO GOOD


Musicians;

Rod Stewart- Vocals
Ron Wood- Guitar
Ronnie Lane- Bass
Ian McLagan- Organ
Kenny Jones- Drums


I will let the artist & their music speak for themsleves.

Comments from YOU, the listener will be much more interesting.... 


PLEASE send thanks to our truly beloved friend in Sweden, "Per-Erik" 

ENJOY!

**********************************************************************************************************

I'm gonna miss seeing the "Lampinski show" every Sunday morning.
But a new "music series"(WTE)will be coming to "dime" soon, starting next Sunday 11-14.
And although it may not contain as popular bands as Dan Lampinski recorded, nor might the quality be up to Dan's standards,
but clearly Dan himself as well as his team and alot of others will be interested in alot of these recordings.
So to give you a preview of what's comming, here is a short list of bands you can expect to see mostly UNCIRCULATED recordings from;

ANGE
ELOY
GREENSLADE
KRAAN
NEKTAR
NOVALIS
OMEGA
REFUGEE
SUPERTRAMP
TRACE
VAN DER GRAAF GENERATOR
& YES
just to name a few.....

I started the series off at TTD yesterday(11-6)with a band from the NAB list

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Neil Young 1985-08-17 CNE Stadium Toronto, ON

Neil Young (and the International Harvesters)
August 17, 1985,
Grandstand, Canadian National Exhibition (CNE),
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Source: Digitized from cassette master> CD Spin Doctor (iMac G5)> MacFlac
Recorded using SONY WA-55 stereo cassette-corder and 2 SONY clip-on mics (I don't recall the model number, but they were silver, had a battery in each and were switchable)
Recorded from the Grandstand, Section 39, Row 19, Seat 10
Total recording time - 1:39:52

Disc 1:
ny1985-08-17d1t01.flac - Country Home (6:22)
ny1985-08-17d1t02.flac - Intro/ Comes a Time (3:52)
ny1985-08-17d1t03.flac - Looking For A Love (3:55)
ny1985-08-17d1t04.flac - Intro/ Heart of Gold (3:41)
ny1985-08-17d1t05.flac - Intro/ This Old House (6:29)
ny1985-08-17d1t06.flac - Intro/ Bound For Glory (6:56)
ny1985-08-17d1t07.flac - Intro/ Southern Pacific (9:27)
ny1985-08-17d1t08.flac - Intro/ Sugar Mountain (6:56)
ny1985-08-17d1t09.flac - Intro/ Helpless (5:36)
ny1985-08-17d1t10.flac - Nothing is Perfect (5:18)
ny1985-08-17d1t11.flac - Intro/ California Sunset (3:45)
ny1985-08-17d1t12.flac - Intro/ Down By The River (13:39)

Disc 2:
ny1985-08-17d1t01.flac - Old Man (4:15)
ny1985-08-17d2t02.flac - Powderfinger (5:44)
ny1985-08-17d2t03.flac - Encore Applause/ Band Introductions (3:44)
ny1985-08-17d2t04.flac - Intro/ Get Back To The Country (3:29)
ny1985-08-17d2t05.flac - Intro/ Grey Riders (6:41)


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Eric Clapton 2001-02-22 Palacio de los Deportes Madrid, Spain



Eric Clapton
Palacio de los Deportes
Madrid, Spain
February 22, 2001

CD-R1 - Aud 3 (Scale 1-6)

Disc 1/1:

    Reptile
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone
    Got You On My Mind
    Traveling Light
    Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
    Badge

Band Lineup:

Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Nathan East Bass, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Guitar, Vocals
Steve Gadd Drums
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
David Sancious Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar

Geetarz Comments:

Some mic distortion makes this recording a bit hairy at times, but still worthwhile as it's a good performance.

Lineage:

Unknown > CD-R received in trade via planes, trains, and automobiles approximately ONE MILLION YEARS AGO > EAC > FLAC > You !

Enjoy!

~Geetarz, January 2016

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Bob Dylan 2000-09-23 International Arena Cardiff, Wales, UK


BOB DYLAN
International Arena
Cardiff, Wales, UK
September 23, 2000
DVDylan ID #078.msu
Masters Series 176.msu

3-5+/5+/4/4/5+
9-15/15/11/11/15 (avg. 13.00 A-) 
Left rear 45˙ 
1:53:54:12
PAL

DVD 1 (55:39:22) (songs 1-10/tracks 1-12)
Opening Titles [fade in to titles over 27:23 still followed by 4:19 still]
Introduction [over 5:16 cont. still]
Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go [clipped 18:01/2 stills]
My Back Pages [final 1:31:16 and trans. to next song intermittently out-of focus & obstr./6 stills]
Desolation Row [clipped 27:17/2 stills; off-target 5:01/2 stills; obs./23:02 still; end & trans to next song obstr. & cut/19 stills]
The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest [clipped 24:15/2 stills; obstr./27:22 still; end & trans. to next song cut 33:21/3 still]
Tangled Up In Blue [missing/19 stills]
Searching For A Soldier’s Grave [clipped until final 36:24/8 stills[
Country Pie [cut 7:07 before song for a/v sync; upgrade audio cut before next song/cut 1:19 video for a/v sync]
Blind Willie McTell [DVD split before next song; trans. cut/13:22 still]
Tombstone Blues [clipped 14:13/2 stills; trans. to next song audio cut/36:24 still]
Trying To Get To Heaven [start clipped & obstr/16:18 still; end disc 1 message]

DVD 2 (58:14:14) (songs 11-19/tracks 13-23)
Cold Irons Bound [with opening titles; cut 3:18:10 @20:03/7 stills]
Band Introductions
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat [13:13 fragment cut @6:30:02/16 stills; break cut 2:36:13]
Things Have Changed
Like A Rolling Stone
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right [23-frame audio cut before next song/video cut to match]
Watching The River Flow
Forever Young
Highway 61 Revisited (9:18 fragment cut @46:16:11/13 stills; end 5:02 fragment unfocused/5:02still; trans to last song partly unfocused/22-frame cont. still)
Blowin’ In The Wind
End Credits

Concert #1253 of The Never-Ending Tour
Bob Dylan (vocals, electric & acoustic guitars, harp)
Charlie Sexton (backup vocals, electric & acoustic guitars)
Larry Campbell (backup vocals, electric & acoustic guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bouzouki, pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
Tony Garnier (acoustic, electric & standup bass)
David Kemper (drums & percussion)

Filmed by “THE TWO DAVES”
Transferred & Disseminated by COOPS2009
Audio recorded by AN UNIDENTIFIED TAPER
Audio shared by OUTSIDETLAW
Edited, sound upgraded & authored by YASSOU

VIDEO SOURCE & LINEAGE:
MS-176
Filer: “The Two Daves”
Transferred & disseminated by Coops2009
VIDEO : Mpeg-2, 720 x 576. 25 fps, pic ratio 4.3. PAL
AUDIO : AC3 Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, stereo 38.4 kb/s
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
vob files > MPEG Streamclip 1.9.2 > dv > imovie 6.0.3

AUDIO SOURCE & LINEAGE:
LB-0047
LB-rating: A
Taper unidentified (Crystal Cat bootleg)
Crystal Cat Records 561-62
Audio shared by OutsideTLaw via trade
No info provided re. equipment and processing
aiff files > hd > Toast Titanium 11.0.4 > SD II disk images > iMovie 6.0.3

DVD PRODUCTION PROCESS:
Audio and video assets edited in iMovie 6.0.3; authored, multiplexed and burned to VIDEO_TS folder in iDVD 7.1.2 (Professional Quality 2-pass variable bit rate encoding)

COOPS2009 NOTES FOR MS-176:
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

LB NOTES FOR LB-0047:
none

RELATED NOTES FOR OTHER LB ITEMS:
LB-11623: in 3-way comparison, raw schubert (LB-5686) has the warmest sound, then the  Crystal Cat (LB-0047), and then this (LB-11623); this has a narrower sound than the others

LB-10139: same recording as LB-0047, but fixed by jtt, who found it to be one of the poorest Crystal Cats
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Led Zeppelin Olympic Gold



Led Zeppelin
Olympic Gold
scorpio Records LZ-92-SC

Lineage
Original silver cd > plextor 740a > EAC (read offset set) > WAV > Traders Little Helper > FLAC

01.Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You #1
02.Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You #2 
03.You Shook Me                 
04.Tribute To Bert Berns (1,2,3)
05.Instrumental #1 (S. Winwood on Organ)
06.Instrumental #2 (S. Winwood on Organ)      
07.Moby Dick (Intro without drums)            
08.Moby Dick (drums insert)                   
09.George Wallace - P.J. Proby                
10.Leave My Kitten Alone (First Gear)         
11.Train Kept A Rollin' (Screaming Lord Sutch)
12.A Certain Girl (First Gear)                
13.Honey Hush (Screaming Lord Sutch)
14.Night Comes Down (Mickey Finn)             
15.Garden Of My Mind (Mickey Finn)
16.Circles (Fleur de Lys)

tracks 1-6 were recorded in september & october of 1968 at olympic studios,london
tracks 7&8 were recorded in the summer of 1969 at olympic studios,london
track 9 is from a 1968 session with led zeppelin.
tracks 10-16 are jimmy page sessions,recorded at assorted uk studios,64-66

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Led Zeppelin Control Monitor Mixes



Led Zeppelin
Control Monitor Mixes
Watchtower Records

Studio Recordings
Sound Quality: Outstanding

This is a bonus disc of alternate mixes which was included by
the Watchtower label in their "Salt Lake City 1973" set.

1. Four Sticks
2. Black Dog
3. Wanton Song
4. Trampled Underfoot
5. When The Levee Breaks

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Grateful Dead 1987-03-30 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA

Grateful Dead - March 30, 1987
The Spectrum - Philadelphia, PA

Recording Info:
Ultra Matrix SBD > Cassette Master (TDK MA-R90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi CR-7A) > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz) >
KORG AudioGate 4 > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/24
(1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
September 12, 2017

Patch Info:
Nakamichi 300/CP4 > Cassette Master (shnid=89341) supplies:
Not Fade Away (3:50 - 4:34)

Notes:
-- Thanks to Joe D'Amico for the patch source
-- This fileset is 16 bit

Set 1:
01 - Tuning
02 - Shakedown Street
03 - It's All Over Now
04 - Stagger Lee
05 - Never Trust A Woman
06 - Box Of Rain
07 - Loser
08 - Cassidy

Set 2:
09 - Iko Iko
10 - Saint Of Circumstance >
11 - He's Gone >
12 - Drums >
13 - Space >
14 - Truckin' >
15 - The Other One >
16 - Wharf Rat >
17 - Throwing Stones >
18 - Not Fade Away

Encore:
19 - Encore Break
20 - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

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The Who 1971-12-10 Long Beach Arena Long Beach, California


The Who
10th December 1971
Long Beach Arena
Long Beach, California

Lineage: Silver CD -> WAVE (Exact Rip with xACT) -> FLAC (Level 8, xACT)
Silver: Killing Floor, KF 98003/4, "Closer To Queen Mary"


Disc 1:

01 I Can't Explain
02 Substitute
03 Summertime Blues
04 My Wife
05 Baba O'Riley
06 Bargain
07 Behind Blue Eyes
08 Won't Get Fooled Again
09 Baby Don't You Do It

Disc 2:

01 Magic Bus
02 Overture
03 Amazing Journey
04 Sparks
05 Pinball Wizard
06 See Me, Feel Me
07 My Generation
08 Naked Eye

Stage Banter Transcription by Tom Pratt!

Artwork, FLAC Fingerprints, MD5 Verifcation Files and Rip Logs are all included.

Notes:

This is an excellent audience recording of the entire show.

Here is a description of this recording that was in Record Collector Nov 2000 issue.

If the Young Vic show revealed the Who in a period of uncertainty, by the end of the year, thanks to the success of "Who's Next" and constant gigging, LA Times critic Robert Hilburn spoke for many by describing them as "The Greatest Show On Earth".  This Long Beach concert catches the band feeding off a rowdy crowd, prompting Townshend's infamous outcry: "This is a fucking rock'n'roll concert, not a fucking tea party!" (this comment was later used to introduce the "Thirty Years of Maximum R&B" box set).

"Baba O'Riley", "My Wife", "Behind Blue Eyes" and "Won't Get Fooled Again" have already become an integral part of the set, with "Tommy" reduced to just five songs.  It's a shame "Bargain" wasn't retained, as the band always performed it dynamically - listen to the San Francisco version, taped three nights later and releaed officially on the box set for confirmation.

A quality audience tape resulting in this well-known bootleg (the title refers to the ocean-going liner) first appeared in early 1972, albeit edited to a single album.  In 1998, the full show appeared as a Japanese double-CD, restored right down to the original TMOQ artwork.



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Todd Rundgren & Utopia King Biscuit Flower Hour 1978-11-10 El Mocambo Toronto, Canada

Todd Rundgren & Utopia
King Biscuit Flower Hour Canada
Novemeber 10th, 1978 ( Air Date )
El Mocambo
Toronto, Canada
October 31 & November 1, 1978
Pre-FM

Setlist:

Disc 1

01. Real Man
02. It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference
03. Love of The Common Man
04. Trapped
05. Abandon City
06. The Last Ride
07. The Seven Rays
08. Can We Still Be Friends?
09. Death of Rock And Roll
10. You Cried Wolf
11. Gangrene
12. A Dream Goes On Forever


Disc 2

13. Black Maria
14. Eastern Intrigue
15. Initiation
16. Couldn’t I Just Tell You
17. Hello Its Me
18. Just One Victory

Transferred by talbe1019
PRE-FM  Reel>CDRW>WAV>CDWAV>mastercdr>wav>FLAC


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