Sunday, January 22, 2017

Jesus Christ Superstar 1974-12-13 Palace Theatre Providence, RI


Jesus Christ Superstar
Palace Theatre
Providence, RI
13 December 1974

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

CD1
01 Overture
02 Heaven On Their Minds
03 What's The Buzz/Strange Thing Mystifying
04 Everything's Alright
05 This Jesus Must Die
06 Hosanna
07 Simon Zealotes/Poor Jerusalem
08 Pilate's Dream
09 The Temple
10 Everything's Alright
11 I Don't Know How To Love Him
12 Damned For All Time/Blood Money

CD2
01 The Last Supper
02 Gethsemane (I Only Want To Say)
03 The Arrest
04 Peter's Denial
05 Pilate And Christ
06 King Herod's Song (Try It And See)
07 Could We Start Again, Please?
08 Judas' Death
09 Trial Before Pilate (Including 39 Lashes)
10 Superstar
11 Crucifixion
12 John Nineteen Forty-One


Sony TC-152SD Tape Recorder
Sony ECM-99 Stereo Microphone
Maxell cassettes


Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (dantalion8@yahoo.com)

Master Cassette ->
Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction ->
M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 ->
CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files ->
Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) ->
dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to
16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) ->
FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

No EQ'ing.

A 24-bit/96-KHz flac24 version of this recording is also available.



Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978. His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity. In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes. He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings. In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands: Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated. Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes. No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers. Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community. Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.

The transfers are available as 16bit/44.1KHz flac files suitable for CD burning, and also as 24bit/96KHz flac files for those who prefer the higher resolution.

Always remember - the more generous you are with your music, the more it comes back to you.

Link



Neil Young 1991-04-23 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA


Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Sports Arena San Diego, California
April 23, 1991

AUDIENCE RECORDING LINEAGE AND TAPER UNKNOWN SORRY

1st gen cassette  (TDK D 90 + 60 received from Bob.D.) --> Edirol 09 --> WAV --> Goldwave (pitch, levels) --> Audacity Nomad Factory (    eq) ->  Goldwave (track split) --> TLH --> flac

I had to copy Right Channel over the Left channel who had a much inferior quality

00 Intro SSB
01 Hey Hey, My My
02 Crime In The City
03 Blowin' In The Wind
04 Love To Burn
05 Cinnamon Girl
06 Mansion On The Hill
07 Fuckin' Up
08 Cortez The Killer
09 Powderfinger
10 Love And Only Love
11 Rockin' In The Free World
12 Tonight's The Night
13 Roll Another Number

Link


Bob Dylan August 2001 Rare Songs From The US Summer Tour

Bob Dylan

ÒAugust 2001Ó

Compilation series from 2001 by LJK.

LB-8527

Notes are his.

This series features all the rarer performances from each leg of the tour. All the 'one-off' and less commonly performed songs are included. Songs performed (mostly) every night are not included. The songs have been re-assembled into approximate concert order. The songs have been chosen to be the best version from either quality or performance where several performances or recordings exist. All recordings are from DAT, none from Bootleg. All shows from each leg are represented. The songs have been 're-balanced' for loudness so that the songs flow smoothly. The transitions between songs have been blended for smoothness as well.

LJK 2006


Disk 1

Duncan and Brady - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
Somebody Touched Me - 2001-08-16  Wichita
Humming Bird - 2001-08-18  Pueblo
Roving Gambler - 2001-08-21  Telluride
Hallelujah, I'm Ready to Go - 2001-08-24  Las Vegas
My Back Pages - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
Song to Woody - 2001-08-19  Vail
Mr Tambourine Man - 2001-08-21  Telluride
To Ramona - 2001-08-24  Las Vegas
The Times They Are A-Changin' - 2001-08-25  Lancaster
This World Can't Stand Long - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
I Don't Believe You - 2001-08-12  Springfield
Absolutely Sweet Marie - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
I Threw It All Away - 2001-08-10  Des Moines

Disk 2

Down in the Flood - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
She Belongs To Me - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
You're A Big Girl Now - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
Lay Lady Lay - 2001-08-16  Wichita
Tough Mama - 2001-08-20  Telluride
Positively 4th Street - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
It Takes a Lot to Laugh - 2001-08-20  Telluride
Shelter from The Storm - 2001-08-21  Telluride
Just Like a Woman - 2001-08-23  Sun City West
Tell Me That it isn't True - 2001-08-24  Las Vegas
Maggies Farm - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
Ballad of Hollis Brown - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
This Wheel's On Fire - 2001-08-20  Telluride

Disk 3

Senor (Tales of Yankee Power) - 2001-08-23  Sun City West
Visions Of Johanna - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
The Lonsome Death Of Hattie Carroll - 2001-08-19  Vail
Blind Willie McTell - 2001-08-12  Springfield
Love Minus Zero / No Limit - 2001-08-23  Sun City West
Everything Is Broken - 2001-08-16  Wichita
Watching the River Flow - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
Most Likely You Go Your Way - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
I Want You - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
Girl from the North Country - 2001-08-20  Telluride
Tangled Up In Blue - 2001-08-23  Sun City West

Disk 4

Tryin' To Get To Heaven - 2001-08-19  Vail
Tears of Rage - 2001-08-21  Telluride
Standing In The Doorway - 2001-08-23  Sun City West
I'll be your Baby, Tonight - 2001-08-24  Las Vegas
Cold Irons Bound - 2001-08-16  Wichita
If Not For You - 2001-08-20  Telluride
Make You Feel My Love - 2001-08-24  Las Vegas
Rainy Day Woman #12 & 35 - 2001-08-14  Little Rock
Cat's In The Well - 2001-08-20  Telluride
Country Pie - 2001-08-15  Oklahoma City
I Shall Be Released - 2001-08-11  Sedalia
Forever Young - 2001-08-10  Des Moines

Link

Paul McCartney 1990-03-01-09(TOKYO DOME 1990)



Paul McCartney - TOKYO DOME 1990

1. Info
Artist: Paul McCartney
Date:  March 1st - 9th 1990
Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan etc
Bootleg Titile: TOKYO DOME 1990

2. Lineage
Bootleg(Non Label) Silver DVD > VOB Files
3. Quality
Audience VG++

4.Set List
TV Broadcast Collection: 1st to 9th March 1990

5.Members
Paul McCartney - Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano
Linda McCartney - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Hamish Stuart - Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - Keyboards, Accordion, Backing Vocals
Chris Whitten - Drums

6. Rules:
Don't Sell
Don't modify the info file
Don't convert to lossy formats
Do support the artists


Link



Paul McCartney 1990-03-05 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (TOKYO DOME 1990)


Paul McCartney - 1990-03-05 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (TOKYO DOME 1990)

1. Info
Artist: Paul McCartney
Date:  March 5th 1990
Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Bootleg Titile: TOKYO DOME 1990

2. Lineage
Bootleg(Non Label) Silver CD > EAC > FLAC (Level 5)

3. Quality
Audience VG++

4.Set List
(Disc 1)
1. Figure Of Eight
2. Jet
3. Got To Get You Into My Life
4. Rough Ride
5. Band On The Run
6. We Got Married
7. Let 'Em In
8. The Long And Winding Road
9. The Fool On The Hill
10. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11. Good Day Sunshine
12. Can't Buy Me Love
13. Put It There
14. Things We Said Today
15. Eleanor Rigby
16. This One

(Disc 2)
1. My Brave Face
2. Back In The U.S.S.R.
3. I Saw Her Standing There
4. Coming Up
5. Let It Be
6. Ain't That A Shame
7. Live And Let Die
8. Hey Jude
9. Yesterday
10. Get Back
11. Golden Slumbers
12. Carry That Weight
13. The End

5.Members
Paul McCartney - Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano
Linda McCartney - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Hamish Stuart - Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - Keyboards, Accordion, Backing Vocals
Chris Whitten - Drums

6. Rules:
Don't Sell
Don't modify the info file
Don't convert to lossy formats
Do support the artists



Link


Paul McCartney 1990-03-03 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (TOKYO DOME 1990)



Paul McCartney - 1990-03-03 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (TOKYO DOME 1990)

1. Info
Artist: Paul McCartney
Date:  March 3rd 1990
Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Bootleg Titile: TOKYO DOME 1990

2. Lineage
Bootleg(Non Label) Silver CD > EAC > FLAC (Level 5)

3. Quality
Audience VG++

4.Set List
(Disc 1)
1. Figure Of Eight
2. Jet
3. Got To Get You Into My Life
4. Rough Ride
5. Band On The Run
6. We Got Married
7. Let 'Em In
8. The Long And Winding Road
9. The Fool On The Hill
10. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11. Good Day Sunshine
12. Can't Buy Me Love
13. Put It There
14. Things We Said Today
15. Eleanor Rigby
16. This One

(Disc 2)
1. My Brave Face
2. Back In The U.S.S.R.
3. I Saw Her Standing There
4. Coming Up
5. Let It Be
6. Ain't That A Shame
7. Live And Let Die
8. Hey Jude
9. Yesterday
10. Get Back
11. Golden Slumbers
12. Carry That Weight
13. The End

5.Members
Paul McCartney - Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano
Linda McCartney - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Hamish Stuart - Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - Keyboards, Accordion, Backing Vocals
Chris Whitten - Drums

6. Rules:
Don't Sell
Don't modify the info file
Don't convert to lossy formats
Do support the artists


Link



Paul McCartney 1990-03-03 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan




Paul McCartney - 1990-03-03 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (The Fabulous Tokyo Tapes 1990)
1. Info
Artist: Paul McCartney
Date:  March 3rd 1990
Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Bootleg Titile: The Fabulous Tokyo Tapes 1990

2. Lineage
Bootleg(IDOL MIND PRODUCTION) Silver CD > EAC > FLAC (Level 5)

3. Quality
Audience EX-

4.Set List
(Disc 1)
01-Figure Of Eight
02-Jet
03-Got To Get You Into My Life
04-Rough Ride
05-Band On The Run
06-We Got Married
07-Let 'Em In
08-The Long And Winding Road
09-The Fool On The Hill
10-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11-Good Day Sunshine
12-Can't Buy Me Love
13-Put It There
14-Things We Said Today
15-Eleanor Rigby

(Disc 2)
01-This One
02-My Brave Face
03-Back In The U.S.S.R.
04-I Saw Her Standing There
05-Coming Up
06-Let It Be
07-Ain't That A Shame
08-Live And Let Die
09-Hey Jude
10-Yesterday
11-Get Back
12-Golden Slumbers
13-Carry That Weight
14-The End

5.Members
Paul McCartney - Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano
Linda McCartney - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Hamish Stuart - Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - Keyboards, Accordion, Backing Vocals
Chris Whitten - Drums

6. Rules:
Don't Sell
Don't modify the info file
Don't convert to lossy formats
Do support the artists


Link



Paul McCartney - 1990-03-11 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan (The Fabulous Tokyo Tapes 1990)
1. Info
Artist: Paul McCartney
Date:  March 11th 1990
Venue: Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan
Bootleg Titile: The Fabulous Tokyo Tapes 1990

2. Lineage
Bootleg(IDOL MIND PRODUCTION) Silver CD > EAC > FLAC (Level 5)

3. Quality
Audience EX-

4.Set List
(Disc 1)
01-Figure Of Eight
02-Jet
03-Got To Get You Into My Life
04-Rough Ride
05-Band On The Run
06-We Got Married
07-Let 'Em In
08-The Long And Winding Road
09-The Fool On The Hill
10-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
11-Good Day Sunshine
12-Can't Buy Me Love
13-Put It There
14-Things We Said Today
15-Eleanor Rigby

(Disc 2)
01-This One
02-My Brave Face
03-Back In The U.S.S.R.
04-I Saw Her Standing There
05-Coming Up
06-Let It Be
07-Ain't That A Shame
08-Live And Let Die
09-Hey Jude
10-Yesterday
11-Get Back
12-Golden Slumbers
13-Carry That Weight
14-The End

5.Members
Paul McCartney - Lead Vocals, Bass, Guitar, Piano
Linda McCartney - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Hamish Stuart - Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals
Robbie McIntosh - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Paul "Wix" Wickens - Keyboards, Accordion, Backing Vocals
Chris Whitten - Drums

6. Rules:
Don't Sell
Don't modify the info file
Don't convert to lossy formats
Do support the artists

Link


Yes 1974-12-11 Boston Garden Boston, MA



Yes
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
11 December 1974

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

CD1
01 Firebird Suite
02 Sound Chaser
03 Close To The Edge
04 To Be Over
05 Gates Of Delirium (spliced)

CD2
01 And You And I
02 Ritual (spliced)
03 Roundabout

A soundboard recording of this show was released as a King Biscuit broadcast, but without Ritual.

Sony TC-152SD Tape Recorder
Sony ECM-99 Stereo Microphone
Maxell cassettes


Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (dantalion8@yahoo.com)
   
Master Cassette ->
Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction ->
M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 ->
CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files ->
Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) ->
dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to
  16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) ->
FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

No EQ'ing.

A 24-bit/96-KHz flac24 version of this recording is also available.


Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978.  His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity.  In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes.  He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings.  In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands:  Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated.  Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes.  No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers.  Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community.  Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.

The transfers are available as 16bit/44.1KHz flac files suitable for CD burning, and also as 24bit/96KHz flac files for those who prefer the higher resolution.

Always remember - the more generous you are with your music, the more it comes back to you.


Link


Electric Light Orchestra 1974-12-07 Palace Theater Providence, RI



Electric Light Orchestra
Palace Theater
Providence, RI
7 December 1974

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

01 Daybreaker
02 Showdown
03 King Of The Universe >
04 instrumental >
05 Bluebird Is Dead
06 New World Rising
07 Cello Solo
08 Day Tripper
09 Eldorado Overture >
10 Can't Get It Out Of My Head
11 Laredo Tornado
12 Violin Solo
13 Ma-Ma-Ma Belle
14 Hall Of The Mountain King
15 Great Balls Of Fire
16 E: Roll Over Beethoven


Sony TC-152SD Tape Recorder
Sony ECM-99 Stereo Microphone
Maxell cassettes


Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (dantalion8@yahoo.com)
   
Master Cassette ->
Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction ->
M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 ->
CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files ->
Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) ->
dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to
  16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) ->
FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

No EQ'ing.

A 24-bit/96-KHz flac24 version of this recording is also available.


Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978. His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity. In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes. He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings. In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands: Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated. Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes. No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers. Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community. Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.

The transfers are available as 16bit/44.1KHz flac files suitable for CD burning, and also as 24bit/96KHz flac files for those who prefer the higher resolution.

Always remember - the more generous you are with your music, the more it comes back to you.




Link

Saturday, January 21, 2017

The Kinks 1974-11-30 Palace Theatre Providence, RI



The Kinks
Palace Theatre
Providence, RI
30 November 1974

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

CD1/Set 1
01 Here Comes A New Day
02 You Really Got Me >
03 All Day And All Of The Night
04 Celluloid Heroes
05 Waterloo Sunset
06 Sunny Afternoon
07 Band Intros
08 Banana Song > Lola
09 Acute Scizophrenia Paranoia Blues
10 Alcohol
11 Skin And Bone
12 Good Golly Miss Molly

CD2/Set 2 (Preservation)
01 Preservation
02 Morning Song
03 Daylight
04 There's A Change In The Weather
05 Money And Corruption
06 I'm Your Man
07 Here Comes Flash
08 Demolition
09 Money Talks
10 Shepherds Of The Nation
11 He's Evil
12 Scum Of The Earth
13 Slum Kids
14 Mirror Of Love
15 Alcohol
16 Flash's Dream > Flash's Confession
17 Nothing Lasts Forever
18 Artificial Man
19 Scrap Heap City
20 Salvation Road > Finale


Sony TC-152SD Tape Recorder
Sony ECM-99 Stereo Microphone
Maxell cassettes



Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (dantalion8@yahoo.com)
   
Master Cassette ->
Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction ->
M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 ->
CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files ->
Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) ->
dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to
  16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) ->
FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

No EQ'ing.

A 24-bit/96-KHz flac24 version of this recording is also available.


Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978. His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity. In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes. He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings. In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands: Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated. Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes. No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers. Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community. Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.

The transfers are available as 16bit/44.1KHz flac files suitable for CD burning, and also as 24bit/96KHz flac files for those who prefer the higher resolution.

Always remember - the more generous you are with your music, the more it comes back to you.


Link




Marshall Tucker Band 1974-11-29 Palace Theater Providence, RI


Marshall Tucker Band
Palace Theater
Providence, RI
29 November 1974

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

01 Hillbilly Band
02 How Can I Slow Down
03 Can't You See
04 In My Own Way
05 24 Hours At A Time
06 This Ol' Cowboy
07 Ramblin'
08 Take The Highway
09 E1: Everyday (I Have The Blues)
10 E2: The Thrill Is Gone
       
with special guest Charlie Daniels


Sony TC-152SD Tape Recorder
Sony ECM-99 Stereo Microphone
Maxell cassettes


Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (dantalion8@yahoo.com)
   
Master Cassette ->
Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction ->
M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 ->
CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files ->
Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) ->
dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to
  16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) ->
FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

No EQ'ing.

A 24-bit/96-KHz flac24 version of this recording is also available.


Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978. His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity. In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes. He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings. In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands: Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated. Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes. No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers. Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community. Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.

The transfers are available as 16bit/44.1KHz flac files suitable for CD burning, and also as 24bit/96KHz flac files for those who prefer the higher resolution.

Always remember - the more generous you are with your music, the more it comes back to you.



Link



Neil Young 1991-04-23 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

Neil Young with Crazy Horse

Sports Arena, San Diego, California, USA
April 23, 1991

00. intro
01. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
02. Crime In The City
03. Blowin' In The Wind
04. Love To Burn
05. Cinnamon Girl
06. Mansion On The Hill
07. F*!#in' Up
08. Cortez The Killer
09. Powderfinger
10. Love And Only Love
11. Rockin' In The Free World
 ---
12. Tonight's The Night
13. Roll Another Number


Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals


Total Time = 01:57:23

A1>D

Transfered by AV
date of transfer = 08/01/2011
Recorded from Audience
Equipment used : Sorry I don't know


Analog tapes 1st generation transfered on DAT>DAT MASH SV10>
OPTICAL CABLE>M-AUDIO Audiophile firewire>
FIREWIRE>PC>GOLDWAVE (16 bit 48 Khz)>Resample at 16 bit 44.1 Khz
entire WAVE FILE)>MAGIX AUDIO STUDIO + BBE sonic maximizer>
equalization>GOLD WAVE>Tracks splits>Encoded in Flac (level 6)
with FLAC FRONTED + TLH Md5 & Fingerprint


Link



Yes 1987-11-22 Freedom Hall Coliseum Louisville, KY

YES Louisville, USA 1987-11-22

Source:  cassette/Digitized with Sound Forge/WAV/FLAC


Audience recording

01 Almost like Love
02 Hold On
03 Heart Of The Sunrise
04 Rhythm Of Love
05 Big Generator
06 Shoot High Aim Low
07 Holy Lamb
08 Solly's Beard
09 I'm Running
10 Make It Easy/Owner Of A Lonely Heart
11 Yours Is No Disgrace
12 And You And I
13 Amazing Grace
14 Wurm
15 Love Will Find A Way
16 I've Seen All Good People
17 Roundabout

I just digitized this audience tape that I traded for about 19 years ago. It is a decent recording of Yes
on the Generator tour from Louisville, KY. The concert is noteworthy because it is one of the few times that
Yes performed "I'M running" from Big Generator before dropping it from the setlist. Let me know what you think.

Link


Yes 1974-03-10 Cook Convention Center Memphis, TN

Yes
Cook Convention Center
Memphis, TN
March 10, 1974


CD 1
1. opening music
2. Firebird Suite
3. Siberian Khatru
4. And You and I
5. Close To The Edge

CD 2
1. The Revealing Science Of God
2. The Ancient

CD 3
1. Ritual
2. Roundabout
3. closing music
4. backstage w/Eddy Offord, Rick Wakeman

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


This is from the master tapes, converted to CD and 'remastered' (I use the term loosely). Its not a perfect show, but does include 20 minutes of pre-show Yes ambient sounds and announcements, the complete show, the post-show music, and the back-stage meeting with Rick and Eddy Offord (approx 160 minutes). If you listen real hard at the tail end you can hear Chris explain to someone what Khatru means. Forgotten Yesterdays website lists Starship Trooper as part of the encore, but that is not true. It was not played at this show.

Keep in mind its a 30-year old show and is not perfect, but its a good B show. There is some slight distortion here and there as well as the band was quite loud. I did not attend/tape this show, but my friend did who does not trade. In fact most of the Memphis Yes shows floating about are his recordings (eg. Memphis 75 & 77).

During the first part of the show the fire marshall had kept the lights on. You will get this as you listen to the show. The crowd is a little boisterous because of it. Also, the Cook Convention center is like an old airplane hangar. Jon Anderson has some comments about it as well.


Enjoy!

Relayerman

Link





Bob Dylan "Waltzing Matilda" - Australia 2001 Compilation

Bob Dylan

"Waltzing Matilda" - Australia 2001

Compilation series from 2001 by LJK.

LB-3442

Notes are his.

This series features all the rarer performances from each leg of the tour. All the 'one-off' and less commonly performed songs are included. Songs performed (mostly) every night are not included. The songs have been re-assembled into approximate concert order. The songs have been chosen to be the best version from either quality or performance where several performances or recordings exist. All recordings are from DAT, none from Bootleg. All shows from each leg are represented. The songs have been 're-balanced' for loudness so that the songs flow smoothly. The transitions between songs have been blended for smoothness as well.

LJK 2006


Disk 1

I am the Man, Thomas - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Roving Gambler - Sydney 25 March 2001
The Times They Are A-Changin - Adelaide 20 March 2001
To Ramona - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Song to Woody - Tamworth 23 March 2001
Chimes of Freedom - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Mr Tambourine Man - Sydney 25 March 2001
My Back Pages - Brisbane 30 March 2001
If You See Her, Say Hello - Adelaide 20 March 2001
'Till I Fell in Love with You - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Country Pie - Tamworth 23 March 2001
Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Absolutely Sweet Marie - Sydney 25 March 2001
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Cairns 28 March 2001
Down in the Flood - Ballina 31 March 2001

Disk 2

I Don't Believe You - Brisbane 30 March 2001
Just Like a Woman - Perth 18 March 2001
This Wheels on Fire - Adelaide 20 March 2001
Blind Billie McTell - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Lay Lady Lay - Tamworth 23 March 2001
Tell Me That it isn't True - Newcastle 24 March 2001
I Want You - Ballina 31 March 2001
Seeing the Real You at Last - Adelaide 20 March 2001
Tombstone Blues - Melbourne 21 March 2001
I'll be your Baby, Tonight - Tamworth 23 March 2001
Ballad of a Thin Man - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Maggies Farm - Sydney 25 March 2001
Searching for a Soldiers Grave - Cairns 28 March 2001
Ring them Bells - Adelaide 20 March 2001

Disk 3

Stuck Inside of Mobile - Brisbane 30 March 2001
Mama,You Been on my Mind - Sydney 25 March 2001
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Girl from the North Country - Tamworth 23 March 2001
The Gates of Eden - Ballina 31 March 2001
Masters of War - Adelaide 20 March 2001
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Can't Wait - Cairns 28 March 2001
Visions of Johanna - Brisbane 30 March 2001
Tomorrow is a Long Time - Ballina 31 March 2001
It Ain't Me Babe - Ballina 31 March 2001

Disk 4

Watching the River Flow - Adelaide 20 March 2001
Things have Changed - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Make You Feel My Love - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Standing in the Doorway - Sydney 25 March 2001
Tryin' to get to Heaven - Cairns 28 March 2001
Dignity - Brisbane 30 March 2001
Drifter's Escape - Adelaide 20 March 2001
The Wicked Messenger - Sydney 25 March 2001
Cold Irons Bound - Cairns 28 March 2001
Highlands - Adelaide 20 March 2001,
I Shall be Released - Adelaide 20 March 2001
Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Melbourne 21 March 2001
Forever Young - Newcastle 24 March 2001
Not Fade Away - Ballina 31 March 2001


Link


Neil Young 1991-04-21 Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ

Neil Young
1991-04-21
Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
w/ Crazy Horse

source: aud 1st gen cassette > CDR
transfer: CDR > EAC > Pro Tools (cleanup/fades/track splits) > xACT2.16 > flac(8)

Thanks to FZ

length: 100:48

01. (cut) Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
02. Crime In The City
03. Blowin' In The Wind
04. Love To Burn
05. Cinnamon Girl
06. Mansion On The Hill
07. F*!#in' Up
08. Cortez The Killer
09. Powderfinger
10. Love And Only Love
11. Rockin' In The Free World
12. Like A Hurricane
13. Roll Another Number

Tour: 1991 Smell The Horse Tour with Crazy Horse

Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals


Link



Friday, January 20, 2017

Joe Bonamassa 2015-05-02 Pearl Concert Theater Palms Casino & Resort Las Vegas, NV

Joe Bonamassa
Pearl Concert Theater
Palms Casino & Resort
Las Vegas, NV
May 2, 2015

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

01 Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
02 Oh Beautiful
03 Never Give All Your Heart
04 Hidden Charms
05 Living on the Moon
06 Trouble Town
07 Double Trouble
08 I gave Up Everything for you 'Cept the Blues
09 Look Over Yonders Wall
10 Band Introductions
11 One Less Cross to Bear
12 Don't Burn Down That Bridge
13 So What Would I Do
14 Love Ain't a Love Song
15 Sloe Gin
16 Ballad of John Henry
17 encore break
18 All Aboard

Recorded from the 2nd row on the left side of the stage. 

Joe Bonamassa - Guitars & Vocals
Tal Bergman - Drums
Daniel Sadownick - Percussion
Carmine Rojas - Bass
Reese Wynans  - Keyboards
Lee Thornburg - Trumpet
Nick Lane - Trombone
Paulie Cerra - Saxophone

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

Link


Joe Bonamassa 2015-05-01 Pearl Concert Theater Palms Casino & Resort Las Vegas, NV

Joe Bonamassa
Pearl Concert Theater
Palms Casino & Resort
Las Vegas, NV
May 1, 2015

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

01 Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)
02 Oh Beautiful
03 Never Give All Your Heart
04 Hidden Charms
05 Living on the Moon
06 Trouble Town
07 Double Trouble
08 I gave Up Everything for you 'Cept the Blues
09 Look Over Yonders Wall
10 Band Introductions
11 One Less Cross to Bear
12 Don't Burn Down That Bridge
13 So What Would I Do
14 Love Ain't a Love Song
15 Sloe Gin
16 Ballad of John Henry
17 encore break
18 All Aboard

Recorded from the 4th row on the left side of the stage. 

Joe Bonamassa - Guitars & Vocals
Tal Bergman - Drums
Daniel Sadownick - Percussion
Carmine Rojas - Bass
Reese Wynans  - Keyboards
Lee Thornburg - Trumpet
Nick Lane - Trombone
Paulie Cerra - Saxophone

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

Link


The Black Crowes 1997-02-10 Transbordeur, Villeurbanne, France



Name: BLACK CROWES - 1997-02-10 Transbordeur, Villeurbanne, France

Artist: BLACK CROWES
Date: 1997_02_10
Location: Transbordeur, Villeurbanne, France
Source: Audience
Deck: SONY Minidisc Recorder
Micro: external SONY ECM

I have decided to share my MD master recording collection (1995 'til now), most of them are uncirculated.
I have recorded shows with various MD recorders : SONY MZ-R2, SONY MZ-R30 and occasionally with an AIWA AM-F5.
All times I have used an external SONY microphone (SONY ECM-??? model 'til mid-2002, then SONY ECM-717).
I have also included scan of artwork when available (setlist, ticket, poster, pass, ...).

MASTER Minidisc -> CD-R -> AEC -> TLH -> FLAC

01 Stare It Cold
02 Twice As Hard
03 Could I've Been So Blind
04 Shake Your Money Maker
05 Seein' Things
06 Hotel Hillness
07 Evil Eye
08 Bring On, Bring On
09 Hot Barrito #2
10 Dreams
11 How Much For Your Wings ?
12 Hard To Handle
13 Thorn In My Pride
14 Good Friday
15 Jealous Again

Recorded & transfered & seeded by Evie_np 2010


Link


Bob Dylan Japan1-2-3 Rare Songs From The Japan 2001 Tour

Bob Dylan

Japan 1-2-3 - Japan 2001

Compilation series from 2001 by LJK.

LB-3441

Notes are his.

This series features all the rarer performances from each leg of the tour. All the 'one-off' and less commonly performed songs are included. Songs performed (mostly) every night are not included. The songs have been re-assembled into approximate concert order. The songs have been chosen to be the best version from either quality or performance where several performances or recordings exist. All recordings are from DAT, none from Bootleg. All shows from each leg are represented. The songs have been 're-balanced' for loudness so that the songs flow smoothly. The transitions between songs have been blended for smoothness as well.

LJK 2006


Disk 1

Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie - Osaka 6 March 2001
Hallelujah, I'm Ready to Go - Fukuoka 9 march 2001
Somebody Touched Me - Nagoya 12 March 2001
Song to Woody - Tokyo 4 March 2001
The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll - Nagoya 12 March 2001
My Back Pages - Hamamatsu 13 March 2001
Mr Tambourine Man - Tokyo 14 March 2001
If You See Her, Say Hello - Yokohama 2 March 2001
Absolutely Sweet Marie - Tokyo 4 March 2001
Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues - Osaka 6 March 2001
To Be Alone with You - Fukuoka 9 March 2001
Simple Twist of Fate - Yokohama 2 March 2001
Down in the Flood - Tokyo 3 March 2001
Can't Wait - Tokyo 4 March 2001
If Not For You - Osaka 7 March 2001

Disk 2

Tears of Rage - Tokyo 6 March 2001
Positively 4th Street - Hiroshima 10 March 2001
I Don't Believe You - Nagoya 12 March 2001
Every Grain of Sand - Hamamatsu 13 March 2001
This World Can't Stand Long - Akita 28 Feb 2001
Tonight I'll be Staying Here with You - Tokyo 3 March 2001
Seeing the Real You at Last - Tokyo 4 March 2001
Watching the River Flow - Osaka 6 March 2001
I'll be your Baby, Tonight - Nagoya 12 March 2001
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - Yokohama 2 March 2001
Tombstone Blues - Tokyo 3 March 2001

Disk 3

Country Pie - Omiya 25 Feb 2001
Visions of Johanna - Nagoya 12 March 2001
Girl from the North Country - Hamamatsu 13 March 2001
Shelter from the Storm - Sendai 27 Feb 2001
Tell Me That it isn't True - Akita 28 Feb 2001
Make You Feel My Love - Tokyo 3 March 2001
John Brown - Tokyo 4 March 2001
Gates of Eden - Osaka 7 March 2001
Ring them Bells - Fukuoka 9 March 2001
Tomorrow is a Long Time - Hiroshima 10 March 2001
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - Tokyo 14 March 2001
Maggies Farm - Omiya 25 Feb 2001
Silvio - Sendai 27 Feb 2001
Lay Lady Lay - Yokohama 2 March 2001

Disk 4

Just Like a Woman - Omiya 25 Feb 2001
Love Minus Zero / No Limit - Tokyo 3 March 2001
Standing in the Doorway - Osaka 6 March 2001 ***REMOVED***
Most Likely You Go Your Way.. - Fukuoka 9 March 2001
You're a big Girl Now - Hiroshima 10 March 2001
I'll Remember You - Nagoya 12 March 2001
I Want You - Hamamatsu 13 March 2001
One Too many Mornings - Yokohama 2 March 2001
Everything is Broken - Tokyo 3 March 2001
It Ain't Me Babe - Fukuoka 9 March 2001
I Shall be Released - Hiroshima 10 March 2001
Knockin' on Heaven's Door - Nagoya 12 March 2001


*** Officially Released on bobdylan.com

Link

Neil Young 1991-04-20 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas,NV(different source)



Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
USA
1991-04-20


1.    Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
2.    Crime In The City
3.    Blowin' In The Wind
4.    Love To Burn
5.    Cinnamon Girl
6.    Mansion On The Hill
7.    F*!#in' Up
8.    Cortez The Killer
9.    Powderfinger
10.    Love And Only Love
11.    Rockin' In The Free World
---
12.    Like A Hurricane
13.    Roll Another Number

Audience recording
Complete show
Sorry, no source known.
Copied WAV-files from CD to PC with Nero 7.0. Converted to flac with TLH.
Samples made with Audicity.
Including artwork

Trade freely. Don't trade.

Link


Neil Young 1991-04-20 Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas,NV

Neil Young with Crazy Horse

Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
April 20, 1991

00. intro
01. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
02. Crime In The City
03. Blowin' In The Wind
04. Love To Burn
05. Cinnamon Girl
06. Mansion On The Hill (Fade in)
07. F*!#in' Up
08. Cortez The Killer
09. Powderfinger
10. Love And Only Love
11. Rockin' In The Free World
 ---
12. Like A Hurricane
13. Roll Another Number


Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals

Total Time = 01:53:26
A1>D
Transfered by AV
date of Transfer = 10/01/2011


Recorded from Audience
Equipment used : Sorry I don't know


Analog tapes 1st generation transfered on DAT>DAT MASH SV10>
OPTICAL CABLE>M-AUDIO Audiophile firewire>
FIREWIRE>PC>GOLDWAVE (16 bit 48 Khz)>Resample at 16 bit 44.1 Khz
entire WAVE FILE)>MAGIX AUDIO STUDIO + BBE sonic maximizer>
>GOLD WAVE>Tracks splits>Encoded in Flac (level 6)
with FLAC FRONTED + TLH Md5 & Fingerprint 

Link



Bob Dylan Europe 2001 Rare Songs From The Europe 2001 Tour

Bob Dylan

ÒEurope 2001Ó (June 24 - July 28)

Compilation series from 2001 by LJK.

LB-8528

Notes are his.

This series features all the rarer performances from each leg of the tour. All the 'one-off' and less commonly performed songs are included. Songs performed (mostly) every night are not included. The songs have been re-assembled into approximate concert order. The songs have been chosen to be the best version from either quality or performance where several performances or recordings exist. All recordings are from DAT, none from Bootleg. All shows from each leg are represented. The songs have been 're-balanced' for loudness so that the songs flow smoothly. The transitions between songs have been blended for smoothness as well.

LJK 2006


Disk 1

Roving Gambler - 2001-07-07 Schwabisch Gmund
Humming Bird - 2001-07-24  Anzio
Somebody Touched Me - 2001-07-25  Perugia
Hallelujah, I'm Ready to Go - 2001-07-26  Napoli
Ballad of Hollis Brown - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden
Mama,You Been on my Mind - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
Song to Woody - 2001-07-08   Montreux
To Ramona - 2001-07-13  Stirling
The Times They Are A-Changin' - 2001.07.28  Taormina
Boots of Spanish Leather - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden
Gotta Serve Somebody - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden
Tombstone Blues - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
If Not For You - 2001-07-22  Pescara
I Don't Believe You - 2001-07-24  Anzio
When I Paint My Masterpiece - 2001-06-24  Trondheim, Norway


Disk 2

You Ain't Goin' Nowhere - 2001-06-26  Bergen, Norway
I Threw It All Away - 2001-07-01   Helsingborg, Sweden
Simple Twist Of Fate - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
Tell Me That It Isn't True - 2001-07-07   Schwabisch Gmund
Blind Willie McTell - 2001-07-08   Montreux
Ballad Of A Thin Man - 2001-07-15  Kilkenny
'Till I Fell in Love with You - 2001-07-17  Loerrach
Million Miles - 2001-07-18  Bad Reichenhall
Make You Feel My Love - 2001-07-20  La Spezia
Man In The Long Black Coat - 2001-07-22  Pescara
God Knows - 2001-07-24  Anzio
Lay Lady Lay - 2001-07-26  Napoli
Down in the Flood - 2001-06-30  Roskilde, Denmark
Absolutely Sweet Marie - 2001-07-01   Helsingborg, Sweden

Disk 3

Most Likely You Go Your Way - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
I'll be your Baby, Tonight - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
Watching the River Flow - 2001-07-08   Montreux
If You See Her, Say Hello - 2001-07-10  Brescia
This Wheel's On Fire - 2001-07-12  Liverpool
I Want You - 2001-07-17  Loerrach
My Back Pages - 2001-07-07   Schwabisch Gmund
Visions Of Johanna - 2001-07-12  Liverpool
Everything Is Broken - 2001-07-24  Anzio
Shelter from The Storm - 2001-07-26  Napoli
The Lonsome Death Of Hattie Carroll - 2001-07-28  Taormina
Love Minus Zero / No Limit - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden

Disk 4

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
Fourth Time Around - 2001-07-12  Liverpool
It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - 2001-07-01   Helsingborg, Sweden
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
Tangled Up In Blue - 2001-07-22  Pescara
Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden
Dignity - 2001-07-01   Helsingborg, Sweden
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
To Be Alone With You - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
Country Pie - 2001-07-07   Schwabisch Gmund
Standing In The Doorway - 2001-06-24  Trondheim, Norway
Where Teardrops Fall - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany

Disk 5

Positively 4th Street - 2001-07-10  Brescia
She Belongs To Me - 2001-07-17  Loerrach
You're A Big Girl Now - 2001-07-18  Bad Reichenhall
Not Dark Yet - 2001-07-13  Stirling
Tryin' To Get To Heaven - 2001-07-24  Anzio
The Wicked Messenger - 2001-07-05   Braunschweig, Germany
Things Have Changed - 2001-07-07   Schwabisch Gmund
Girl from the North Country - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
If Dogs Run Free - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden
One Too Many Mornings - 2001-07-17  Loerrach
Forever Young - 2001-07-03   Borgholm, Sweden
I Shall Be Released - 2001-07-12  Liverpool
Cat's In The Well - 2001-06-29  Gothenburg, Sweden

Link



Neil Young & Pearl Jam Mirrorball 1995 Tour Compilation



 Neil Young & Pearl Jam

Mirrorball
1995 tour compilation

Disc 1
Big Green Country (Stockholm, Sweden - 12 august 1995)          
Song X (Jerusalem, Israel - 22 august 1995)
Act Of Love (Jerusalem, Israel - 22 august 1995)
Mr. Soul (Jerusalem, Israel - 22 august 1995)
Scenery (Gampel, Switzerland 19 august 1995)
Peace And Love (Stockholm, Sweden - 12 august 1995)
Throw Your Hatred Down (Reading, England - 27 august 1995)      
Truth Be Known (San Francisco, CA - 24 june 1995)
Comes A Time (Gampel, Switzerland 19 august 1995)

Disc 2
The Needle And The Damage Done (Hasselt, Belgium - 25 august 1995)          
My My, Hey Hey (Gampel, Switzerland 19 august 1995)
Broken Arrow (Salzburg, Austria - 18 august 1995)  
Mother Earth (Dublin, Ireland - 26 august 1995)
Don´t Let It Bring You Down (Hasselt, Belgium - 25 august 1995)
After The Gold Rush (Reading, England - 27 august 1995)
Comes A TIme #2    (Hasselt, Belgium - 25 august 1995)  
Rockin´ In The Free World (San Francisco, CA - 24 june 1995)          
Down By The River (San Francisco, CA - 24 june 1995)          
Downtown (Jerusalem, Israel - 22 august 1995)

Disc 3
Fuckin´ Up (Gampel, Switzerland 19 august 1995)          
Cortez The Killer (Caesaria, Israel - 23 august 1995)      
Powderfinger (Caesaria, Israel - 23 august 1995)          
I´m The Ocean (Roskilde, Denmark - 13 august 1995)      
Like A Hurricane (Stockholm, Sweden - 12 august 1995)
Rockin´ In The Free World #2 (Jerusalem, Israel - 22 august 1995)

Compilation & Artwork by A.V.


Link




David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 10

HUG076CD  SOME KIND OF GLOW

DAVID BOWIE - Frankfurt 1976-04-13

Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tape (arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 57:00

Tracks:

1. Station To Station
2. Suffragette City
3. Fame
4. Word On A Wing
5. Stay
6. Waiting For The Man
7. Panic In Detroit
8. Diamond Dogs
9. Rebel Rebel
10. The Jean Genie

Notes

iZotope RX2 denoiser tool to dehiss.

Running too fast - speed correction with factor of 92%

Fair bit of rebalancing of volume levels, which were all over the shop.
Cuts out at end of Stay.  Gap before Waiting For The Man removed with fades.
Cuts out end of Waiting For The Man.  Gap removed.
Cut between Panic In Detroit and Diamond Dogs.  Cuts into the latter, slightly.
Tape flip @ 43 seconds into Rebel Rebel.  Join is clean, but sound quality on second part is initially poorer than the start.

Also on the same tape was the Linus Band set, allegedly from a couple of days later. 
I toyed with including this, but decided not to for two very good reasons:
1. Generally agreed that it's a fake, and Bowie's not present on the recording, and
2. It's absolute shite.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG077CD  HIDE THE SADDEST VIEW

DAVID BOWIE - Philadelphia 1987-07-30

Veteran's Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell UKII 90 tapes + ½ TDK SA90 (Arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 72:49; Disc 2: 68:26

Tracks:

Disc 1

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

Disc 2

1. Heroes
2. Time Will Crawl
3. band introductions
4. Young Americans
5. Beat Of Your Drum
6. Rebel Rebel
7. The Jean Genie
8. Sons Of The Silent Age
9. Dancing With The Big Boys
10. White Light/White Heat
11. Let's Dance
12. Fame
13. Time
14. Blue Jean
15. Modern Love

Notes

Running too fast.  Speed correction with factor of 92%

Before start, two segments of music, presumably from arena ambiance before start.  Omitted.
Tape flip between Fashion and Scary Monsters.  Very tight and clips start of latter.
Tape flip between Time Will Crawl and the band intro.  First few seconds after flip way too loud - reduced to around 60% and clipped worst out.
Tape flip between Fame and Time - encore break crowd noise only.
Further four gaps in crowd noise of encore break, all removed.  Final one clips start of Time.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG079CD  DEAD ROSES

DAVID BOWIE - Nagoya, Japan 1973-04-12

Kokusai Tenji Kaikan, Nagoya, Japan

Audience recording
Lineage: MWP torrent (http://www.mindwarppavilion.org/ezt/torrents-details.php?id=1455) > iZotope RX > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 74:02

Tracks:

1. Ode To Joy Intro
2. Hang On To Yourself
3. Ziggy Stardust
4. Changes
5. Moonage Daydream
6. John I'm Only Dancing
7. Watch That Man
8. The Width Of A Circle
9. Space Oddity
10. The Jean Genie
11. Time
12. Five Years
13. Let's Spend The Night Together
14. Suffragette City
15. encore break
16. Rock'n'Roll Suicide
17. ending

Notes

OK, this one's a little different.  Ruud upped the version of this from the double silver on 13th Feb 2009; which in turn was taken and torrented on dime by tvc15_it two years later (which is where I got it from).

Immediately I listened to it, I was taken by what good quality it seemed to be, but hidden under an unbelievable layer of thick hiss.  Out came iZotope RX denoiser tool.
Sure enough, it's very clear underneath the murk.  Hint of tidal sound on first side (eccentric tape at some stage in the past), but it's beautiful on side 2 (Width Of A Circle onwards).

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by Ruud on 2009-02-13
Seeded to dimeadozen by tvc15_it on 2011-03-11
Reworded version seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG080CD  TIME IS SO TIGHT (TIN MACHINE)

TIN MACHINE - Berlin 1991-10-17

Neue Welt, Berlin

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 x 1½ (arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 deck > direct wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 61:38; Disc 2: 49:55

Track listing:

Disc 1

01 Introduction
02 Bus Stop
03 Goodbye Mr Ed
04 I Can't Read
05 Stateside
06 One Shot
07 Go Now
08 Betty Wrong
09 I've Been Waiting For You
10 Under The God
11 Amlapura

Disc 2

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

Fix notes:

Tape flip just before the end of Betty Wrong (13:28) - small loss of music
Small gap in crowd noise before Amlapura - seamless
Tape flip at end of You Can't Talk - seamless

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG081CD  GARDENS

DAVID BOWIE - Toronto 1978-05-01

Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1 (90 minute disc)
Artwork: included
Total running time: 88:12

Tracks:

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10. Beauty and the Beast
11. Fame
12. band introductions
13. Five Years
14. Soul Love
15. Star
16. Hang On To Yourself
17. Ziggy Stardust
18. Suffragette City
19. Art Decade
20. Alabama Song
21. Station To Station

Notes

Running too fast - speed correction with factor of 97%

Can be variable volume, needed some balancing
Strange transition between Heroes and What In The World, with sudden dive in volume - adjusted to smoothen
Gap between Speed Of Life and Breaking Glass - removed: basically only crowd noise affected
Gap in the crowd noise in the false ending of Breaking Glass!  Removed, OK.

Tape flip at the start of Beauty and the Beast - seamless
Abrupt start to Fame (indicating old edit or stopped tape) is on source tape
Extra erroneous beat in Star intro (sound blip) successfully removed
Abrupt join between Star and Hang On To Yourself is on source tape
Gap between Alabama Song and Station To Station removed.  Crowd noise only

Station To Station does cut out before the end.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG082CD  PULL THE BLINDS

DAVID BOWIE - Philadelphia 1983-07-18

Spectrum Arena, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tapes x 1½ (Arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 51:00; Disc 2: 51:34

Tracks:

Disc 1

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

Disc 2

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

Notes

Gap in crowd noise between Life On Mars? and Sorrow.  Flawless.
Gap (probably old tape flip) between China Girl and Scary Monsters.  Clips the start of the latter.
Tape flip between Scary Monsters and Rebel Rebel - seamless.

Gap between Young Americans and Fame, removed.  Fades on source.
Join between TVC 15 and Stay (part way into Stay intro).  Seamless, but sound quality slightly different.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)



HUG083CD  NEVER LET IT RAIN

DAVID BOWIE - Pensacola 1990-04-29

Civic Center, Pensacola, FL, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 x 2 tapes (Andre F - believe 1st gen) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 60:24; Disc 2: 57:20

Tracks:

Disc 1

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

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

Notes

Tape flip during Let's Dance - successfully matched
Gap removed at 5:43 in Stay - difficult to spot any impact
Tape flip between Suffragette City and Fame 90.  Fade on source tape, so joined during fade.  Sound is more subdued from Fame 90.
Gap between Heroes and Pretty Pink Rose (encore break) removed - crowd only.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 10 (19th June 2013)

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Yes 1974-02-28 Cobo Arena Detroit, MI


I downloaded this from somewhere, but i can`t find it anywhere anymore.
I did a search on Dime too, but i can`t find it here either,
so i thought i`d seed it here for those who possibly missed it.

CD-R>EAC WAVE>TLH FLAC 6
eac logs, st5, ffp, md5, md5wave included
cover included

This is the info included within the torrent that i downloaded:

PRRP013- YES - OCEAN TALES, Febuary 28, 1974, (Cobo Hall - Detroit, Michigan)

Disc 1
1.1 Firebird Suite  1:31
1.2 Siberian Khatru  9:06
1.3 And You And I  9:46
1.4 Close To The Edge  19:09
1.5 The Revealing Science Of God  21:37

Disc 2
2.1 The Remembering  21:22
2.2 The Ancient  19:23
2.3 Ritual  24:21
2.4 Roundabout  7:37

YES
Jon Anderson –Lead Vocals- Guitars and Percussion
Chris Squire –Bass Guitars- Percussion and Vocals
Steve Howe –Lead Guitars and Vocals
Alan White –Drums and Percussion
Rick Wakeman –Keyboard

The Tale of an Epic !
            The year was 1973, one that would take on epic proportions in the world of
progressive rock. Genesis would start Selling England by the Pound, Jethro Tull wrote a Passion
Play, ELP conducted Brain Salad Surgery and Pink Floyd took us on a trip to the Dark Side of the
 Moon. A vintage year to say the least. What could Yes do but to follow this incredibly creative
movement.
            After the huge public success and critical acclaim of their last two albums,
Fragile and Close to the Edge, many thought that the band had found the right formula and would
follow the same path. Instead, Yes went where no one expected them to go. The release of Tales
from Topographic Oceans in November of 1973 came as a shock to many Yes fans and press critics
alike, not to mention the big heads at Atlantic records who were rather reluctant to have it
released in the first place. This double album consisted of only four songs which were based on
Sanskrit Shastric scriptures.
            The concept and Jon Anderson’s ethereal lyrics were met with mixed reviews, even
from Fellow musicians within the band. Rich Wakeman for one was quite uncomfortable with it, as
he recalls: “Experimentation is fine, but it’s something you should do in your own time as you’re
 writing and rehearsing the music, until that experiment is proven in your own mind. Once you
know where things are going, then you can put that music on record.  The music of Tales was not
proven in my mind. It wasn’t worked out !”
            Experimental or not, the album was finished just the same, and a gigantic tour to
promote it lay ahead. Yes would perform some 75 concerts in 5 months. This tour started in
Bournemouth, England on November 16th, 1973 and would end in Rome, Italy on April 23rd, 1974.

            The band had chosen to play the Whole of Topographic Oceans as well as the entire
Close to the Edge album, with Roundabout as the encore. It was to be an endurance marathon for
both musicians and fans. Chris Squire remarked, “Let’s just say it didn’t go down very well at
all !”
            As the tour advanced, and Rick Wakeman became increasingly unhappy, the band
realized that the entire Tales album was perhaps a bit too much for an audience to grasp all at
once. At one point, The Remembering was just dropped from the set to make way for a couple more
familiar songs like Starship Trooper. The grand concept was turning into a nightmare. Disgusted
by the whole episode, Wakeman left Yes right after the tour, just as Bill Bruford had left a
year previous after being fed up with the endless development of the Close to the Edge album.
Tales from Topographic Oceans, has been, is, and probably will always remain the most
controversial album in Yes’s huge back catalog, but to the avid Yes fan, the album and the tour
that ensued were perceived as nothing but triumphant. Looking back on it now, one cannot help
but be taken by the majestic grandeur of the music offered in these four songs. Live recordings
from this tour are highly sought after by fans nowadays.
            The present concert was recorded from the audience at the Cobo Hall in Detroit,
Michigan, on February 28th, 1974, the second of a two night stay. Yes performed the whole Close
to the Edge and Topographic Oceans that night, something that would become rather scarce soon
thereafter. This recording has always been appreciated by avid Yes fans as one of the best
performances of the Tales material, but has been marred by high hiss and noise levels. PRRP
staff have done their best to remove as much offending noise as possible so that the mastery of
this music can be more fully appreciated.

Notes from the Re-master:

Multiple sources were used to produce this show. They all originated from a single source,
namely, an audience recording made the night of the performance. The majority of the show is a
known second generation tape of the concert, with additional components merged into the base
recording from a 3rd generation tape. A patch was needed in the song The Remembering due to a
“tape flip” in the master tape during that song. This patch came from a performance in Boston
two nights earlier on 2/26/74. The second generation source had cuts in the audience applause
between some songs and actually cut some brief dialogue just before Roundabout. Patches were
used to fix these omissions.
Here’s a bit of history about the tapes of this recording used for this re-master, “The 3rd  gen.
 Cassettes most likely represent all of the tape that was recorded that night, while the 
confirmed 2nd  gen. was acquired on CDR and had a small amount of in-between song tape missing.
There is an AWFUL lot of Hiss and what sounds like occasional tape damage on the 2nd gen, but
the same damage is present in parts on the 3rd gen. as well. While the 2nd gen had more hiss
and noise it still seemed to be the stronger of the 2 tapes.

The way the tape was traded as a cassette was this:  Two 90min tapes.

Side A - Firebird/Sib khat/AYAI/CTTE
Side B - RSOG/Remembering
Side C - The Ancient/Ritual/applause
Side D - Roundabout

On the 3rd gen., there is quite a bit of applause NOT included on the 2nd gen. and it's most
likely that the 2nd gen. source had Roundabout put on a "used" tape {which accounts for it
sounding slightly different from the rest of the show). It was quite common when trading to
just put an 8 minute encore as clearly-labeled filler on another tape.”
            Once the sources were spliced, merged and mixed together the main goal was to reduce
 the “awful” amount of hiss and noise in this recording. The signal strength was strong with
good detail and viable music signal up to 10,000 Hz. An occasional tape slip or stretch occurred
 and was corrected as well as possible, but still audible. Rare dropouts were short enough that
they could be masked without too much trouble. The hiss was quite disruptive in many segments of
 the recording and seemed to get worse as the concert went on. There were also bursts of hiss
that would occur from time to time as if someone was interfering with a radio signal –which was
obviously not the case here since this was an audience recording. As always, a compromise needed
to be made to remove as much noise as possible without damaging the audible music. With the
noise reduced significantly, we can now hear Jon lead in the others at 19:28 of Ritual with
“one, two, ready, go”. Many other details of the music are now audible and more clearly
appreciated. The right channel amplitude was reduced 15% to compensate for an imbalance in
channel signal strength and all songs were speed corrected which helped to adjust the tempo and
tonality.

Seeded on Dime by Gromek on 25-01-2007
Many Thanks to the original uploader, wherever it was uploaded.

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Nirvana 1993-10-18 Veterans Memorial Coliseum Phoenix, AZ

NIRVANA
October 18, 1993
Veterans Memorial Coliseum (Arizona State Fair)
Phoenix, AZ

SOURCE (AUD #2):
Aiwa (supplied) > Aiwa HS-JS475

TRANSFER:
Nakamichi CR-7A > Hosa RCA cable > PreSonus FireStudio Project > Adobe Audition 3.0 > CD Wave 1.98 > Trader's Little Helper 2.6.0

GENERATION:
ANA(M) > WAV [48kHz] > WAV [44.1kHz] > FLAC [Level 8]

LENGTH:
87:41

TRACKS (DISC 1):
01. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
02. Drain You
03. Breed
04. Serve The Servants
05. About A Girl
06. Heart-Shaped Box
07. Sliver
08. Dumb
09. In Bloom
10. Come As You Are
11. Lithium

TRACKS (DISC 2):
01. Pennyroyal Tea
02. School
03. Polly
04. Milk It
05. Rape Me
06. Territorial Pissings
07. Smells Like Teen Spirit
08. All Apologies
09. Blew
10. Endless, Nameless

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Nirvana 1993-11-08 The Armory, Philadelphia, PA

NIRVANA
November 8, 1993
The Armory, Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA

SOURCE (AUD #2):
unknown > unknown

TRANSFER:
Nakamichi CR-7A > Hosa RCA cable > PreSonus FireStudio Project > Adobe Audition 3.0 > CD Wave 1.98 > Trader's Little Helper 2.6.0

GENERATION:
ANA(x) > WAV [48kHz] > WAV [44.1kHz] > FLAC [Level 8]

LENGTH:
82:58

TRACKS (DISC 1):
01. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
02. Drain You
03. Breed
04. Serve The Servants
05. About A Girl
06. Heart-Shaped Box
07. Sliver
08. Dumb
09. In Bloom
10. Come As You Are
11. Lithium
12. Pennyroyal Tea (cuts out)

TRACKS (DISC 2):
01. Polly
02. Milk It
03. Rape Me
04. Territorial Pissings
05. Smells Like Teen Spirit
06. All Apologies
07. Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam
08. On A Plain
09. Scentless Apprentice
10. Blew

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Neil Young 1991-04-17 Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, British Columbia

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Wed. April 17, 1991
Pacific Coliseum
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Audioarchivist Analog Master Cassette Recording
Digitally transferred and ReMastered at 24 bit 96 khz
Downsampled and dithered to 16 bit 44.1 khz CD ready files


Setlist:
01 intro - Star Spangled Banner
02 Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
03 Crime In The City
04 Blowin' In The Wind
05 Love To Burn
06 Cinnamon Girl
07 Mansion On The Hill
08 Fuckin' Up
09 Cortez The Killer
10 Powderfinger
11 Love And Only Love
12 Rockin' In The Free World
13 encore break
14 Roll Another Number


Capture:
Sony PC-62 stereo condenser mic on hat > Sony stereo mic extension cord > Sony WM DC3 Professional Recording Walkman (Dolby B on, CrO2 / Metal bias) > Maxell XL-II 90 cassette masters


Location:
Pacific Coliseum - blue seat (upper level)
My seat was originally Sec 8 Row 30 Seat 12 (upper left side)
I moved to the back to be in the middle. Center line of the building!
Recorded from section 33 upper blue in the very back, far away.
It was a very loud show and it sounded great from this distance.


Transfer:
Maxell XL-II 90 cassette masters > Tascam 202mkII playback deck (Dolby off, normal bias PB, azimuth adjusted for each tape side) > Radio Shack gold end 3.5mm to stereo rca cord > Shack 6 foot gold end 3.5mm stereo extension cord > Soundblaster Audigy @ 24 bit 96 khz > Wavelab 5.01b (recording, tracking, and mastering)


Processing:
24 bit 96 khz master clone split files > Wavelab toolsone (level balance) > Waves Q10 Paragraphic EQ (bass ramp and mid-high tweaks)> Waves S1 Shuffler (stereo enhancement) > Wavelab peak master (limiter @ -.01db) > 24 bit 96 khz batch rendered Remaster files > SoX resampler via Foobar2000 to 44.1 khz (very high quality setting, 95.2% passband, 25% phase response no aliasing) > iZotope RX Advanced MBit+ dither to 16 bit (Ultra noise shaping, high dither) > FLAC8 + torrent via TLH > YOU!!!


Quality:
One of my better recordings I think. Ex- for an audience recording of its time, comparing to some others I've heard from this tour... You be the judge! Bright and clear and full frontal sonic assault, just as it was that night! Crank it up! Full dynamics - be warned of Neil's shrieking guitar work that can rip your face off (even at this distance!)...

Comments:
I think this one turned out amazingly good, especially considering how far back I was! I knew Neil's show was going to be a loud one on this tour, and that there wasn't going to be any "quiet" songs! I could have possibly moved to a seat in the lower level to be a bit closer, but it was a pretty full arena that night, and I probably would have had to be asked to move. The section I was in was not deserted, but had plenty of room for a wandering fan unhappy with his assigned seat. I picked a chair that was exactly parallel with the mid-line of the building, perfectly centered in the middle of the P.A. I wasn't exactly back row at the top, but probably about 2/3 up the section. The closest people were maybe 10 seats away in any direction, so there isn't very much close proximity audience noise.

I remember thinking how odd the prop Fender Giant amps looked from this distance - almost normal! Then these little ants that were the band came out on stage, and made this behemoth sound come through the P.A. system! Amazing soundman they must have, and a great audio system as well. I went to look at the soundboard area and remember seeing the bank of Tascam DA-88's recording 24 tracks of digital (3 units linked up) - I don't think any of the Vancouver show made it onto Arc / Weld, and I think this was a great show, so I wonder if maybe one of their tapes failed or something on this night? Hmmm......

So, yeah, even at this distance, I still remember this as being one of the loudest shows I've ever been to - especially in The Pacific Coliseum. I kind of felt sorry for the people who were right up close to the speakers! I've read that Neil got hearing damage from mixing the recordings they had for the live album (has nothing to do with playing the damned shows that loud, does it? nooo... haha) and in doing the "mastering" work that I've done for my little release here, I think I might have done some not-so-good things to my hearing, too (has absolutely nothing to do with seeing several hundred concerts through life, nooo....) but I can assure you that this show sounds really good cranked up loud! What?

I like this recording a lot. I read something that Jimmy Page said about recording techniques: "...distance creates depth..." and I applied this expression to recording this show. You can hear that the stage is deep and straight in front of me, and you can distinctly hear the left and right sides of the entire coliseum filling up with this rolling wall of sound that washes over the audience and rattles the rafters of the building and crashes down all at once onto my microphone. There is very little "backbeat" echo because of this effect of the reverb and P.A. sound reaching me almost at the same time. I don't think these seats would have worked so well for other (quieter) shows, but this one was well loud enough to carry up to where I was. The tones from the guitars that seem to ring out from different places in the hall are well preserved on this recording. It's amazing that it just comes from that itty-bitty Sony mic that comes standard with the Sony WM D3 walkman. I'd have to put this one in my personal top ten recordings list... somewhere!

It sure was a blast to watch Neil pretty much give birth to "grunge music" right in front of my eyes! haha. More or less. Awesome to see a band rock it out so hard with such a sense of urgency to it. It's this sense of urgency especially in some of Neil's vocals that (I think) might make this one of the better shows of the tour (that I've heard). I'm no expert, but for how many times he's played Vancouver I think he must like it there, and he probably tries harder to put on a good performance here. With that in mind, have a listen to my newly released master recording and hear this great show yourself!

Other than a few tape-to-tape EQ'd to death copies that I made for a few friends around '92 - '93 I've never really  gotten this one out there before now. Brand new digitization march 2011 @ 24 / 96 hi-res, EQ'd to enhance bass, stereo field also enhanced slightly, downsampled and dithered to CD ready FLAC files for your convenience. Sorry about the poorly timed tape flip in "Keep On Rockin' In The Free World" - I was watching the tape reel wind down trying to get the end of "Love And Only Love" complete, waiting for the break to flip tapes. That break never came exactly as planned. The blank tape playback here represents approximately how much of the whole show is missing from tap flips. There's another gap between "Love To Burn" and "Cinnamon Girl" just missing a few seconds of crowd noise...

I did tape Sonic Youth as well. I know that their fans will want that posted as well. I have no idea what most of the songs are called, so it's hard to track their set. If you'd like to help with some naming schemes for their part, drop a line and we'll hook something up...

Please don't Re-Re-ReMaster this version of this show. The files have already been processed once, as well as them being "only" CD quality files. I will most likely release a full hi-res master clone version of this show in the future to please both the 24/96 fans and the Re-Re-Remasterbastardizers out there! hehe. Please share these lossless files freely - don't buy don't sell - but only share them as their original full lossless fileset. Feel free to include any new files (like art or a new text file or something) with the originals if you re-post elsewhere, but always keep the full original fileset (including this info file) fully intact! Don't change or delete any original files.

Please don't encrap this lossless fileset to eMPty3 format unless it is only for personal use. Better yet - don't pervert the files to eMPty3 at all! haha. Do not distribute to anyone as lossy files. Friends don't let friends listen lossy. Destroy used eMPty3 files when done with them. Keep your FLAC files handy for when you get a better audio system or for when you get the results of that much-needed hearing test!

Please share any cool photoshop-y artworx covers with us! Please email me copies if possible, and maybe consult with me as you work on your art, as I would love to maybe have a touch of input on the wording on the covers. Thanks!

Enjoy my original master recording that's been previously uncirculated until now. Didn't mean to keep it from anyone, but it takes time to transfer and process several boxes of various analog masters! I guess that I just finally got around to this one.

Keep on fuckin' up the free world!

Oh, wait... That's wrong.  Nevermind......


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