Friday, August 29, 2014

*The Rolling Stones "Have You Heard The Outtakes, Baby" Invasion Unlimited


The Rolling Stones
"Have You Heard The Outtakes, Baby"
Invasion Unlimited
3rd of 8 series of Outtakes, raw versions, demo's
from 1962 - 1969

source: bootleg > ? > flac

01 Satisfaction
02 19th Nervous Breakdown
03 Mother's Little Helper
04 Out Of Time
05 Paint It Black
06 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow (version 1)
07 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow (version 2)
08 I Can See It (backing track)
09 I Can See It
10 Dandelion (Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue)
11 Yesterday's Papers (early version)
12 Yesterday's Papers (backing track)
13 If You Let Me
14 Let's Spend The Night Together
15 Ruby Tuesday
16 Complicated
17 All Sold Out
18 Citadel(take 12)
19 Citadel (take 24)
20 In Another Land
21 We Love You
22 Child Of The Moon

Link

*The Rolling Stones Around And Around Invasion Unlimited - IU9531-1 Studio Outtakes Compilation 1962 - 1965


The Rolling Stones 
Around And Around
Invasion Unlimited - IU9531-1
Studio Outtakes Compilation 1962 - 1965

Silver -> Adobe Audition 1.5 -> WAV -> FLAC
Artwork is included.

Track List:
01. Can't Judge a Book by the Cover
02. Diddley Daddy
03. Roadrunner
04. Bright Lights, Big City
05. Baby What's Wrong
06. I Want to Be Loved
07. Rice Crispies Jingle
08. Not Fade Away (take 1)
09. And Mr. Spector and Mr. Pitney Came, Too
10. Andrew's Blues
11. Stewed and Keefed
12. Look What You've Done
13. Tell Me Baby, How Many More Times
14. Meet Me in the Bottom
15. High Heel Sneakers
16. Don't Lie to Me
17. Looking Tired
18. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (take 1)
19. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (take 4)

Link

*Cream 1968-10-07 Civic Opera House Chicago, IL



Cream
"Cream at Opera House"
Civic Opera House
Chicago, Illinois, USA
October 7, 1968

CD-R2 - ECDR 681/2 - Aud 2

Disc 1: Early Show

   1. White Room
   2. Politician
   3. I'm So Glad
   4. Sitting On Top of the World
   5. Sunshine of Your Love
   6. Crossroads
   7. Train Time
   8. Toad

Disc 2: Late Show

   1. White Room
   2. Politician
   3. I'm So Glad
   4. Sunshine of Your Love
   5. Crossroads
   6. Spoonful (*)
   7. Sunshine of Your Love (*)

Comments:

(*) Jack Bruce and his band with Eric Clapton, The Bottom Line Club, New York City, October 10, 1988.

CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You!

Artwork, checksums, EAC extraction log, and info file included.

Link

Thursday, August 28, 2014

*Sex Pistols 1976-06-04 Manchester Lesser Free Trade Hall Manchester, Eng.


SEX PISTOLS
JUNE 4, 1976
MANCHESTER LESSER FREE TRADE HALL

Taper: peyotero

CONTRAST CLAUSE: This is a compilation of 3 sources, edited together on November 2012 (and redone in September 2013), to make the complete gig:

1. Silver CD > Wav > Flac > torrent (EAC, Trader's Little Helper, U-torrent)> Declipped, EQ, Dehissed > WAV > FLAC (Best quality from tracks 01-12, but incomplete, missing the start of track 01)
2. "Alternate version from one Mark B which he got back in June/July 1989.  This is a tape source, no LP crackles at all"> FLAC > EQ > WAV > FLAC (thanks to lammah) (Good quality, has the beginning of track 01 and the last tracks (13-14) with better quality than source 1)
3. Cassette traded in c.1989.  Nth gen cassette copy of a very scratched bootleg vinyl > wav (no processing) > CDWave(cut on sector boundaries) > flac(6) > Tried to denoise and declick this source > WAV (Thanks to Egg_Crisis) (Average quality, has the complete intro of the concert(track 01))

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=310010 Torrent by starboy, comes from another incomplete version of the show.



01.Did You No Wrong (mix of 3 (concert intro), 2 (beginning of the song) and 1 (best quality but cut))
02.No Lip (source 1)
03.Seventeen (source 1)
04.(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (source 1)
05.New York (source 1)
06.Whatcha Gonna Do About It (source 1)
07.Submission (source 1)
08.Satellite (source 1)
09.No Feelings (source 1)
10.No Fun (source 1)
11.Substitute (source 1)
12.Pretty Vacant (source 1; encore cheering from source 2)
13.Problems (source 2)
14.No Fun (mix of 2 (cut) and 1; source 1 at this song is quite slow, so I used Adobe Audition's stretch at 93%, if I do remember correctly, for the very end of this track)

You can find some great photos of the gig here:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/04/the-sex-pistols-punk-music_n_3383301.html

Thanks so much to the DIME users peyotero, lammah, Egg_Crisis and starboy for making this possible!

Other versions of the gig not used on this:

Lineage: Marantz MF1 c60 cassette (physical copy from Šumnij_Smagsprøve) > SONY TC-WE435 >
M-AUDIO 24/96 audiocard > PC > Adobe Soundbooth 1.0 > WAV 16/44 > Audacity (splitting) >
TLH > FLAC Level 8 (SB Aligning + Test encoded files) ~ 16/44,1kHz

Quite similar to version 2 (Substitute cut, No fun#2 complete), but with bad quality.

http://www.punktorrents.com/thread-138622.html

Manchester Arndale Market Bootleg Stall> Technics RS-T22 (azimuth adjusted)> WaveLab (track splits)> TLH (Flac 8)

If I remember correctly, this sounds similar to I Swear I Was There, but the intro to track 1 fades up differently and has a little bit more noise.

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=310010


INFO SOURCE 1:

http://www.discogs.com/Sex-Pistols-I-Swear-I-Was-There-/release/2581459

INFO SOURCE 2:


I was told by MarkB that his copy originated from a trader named Dave Lees (2 generations up), wouldn't think the name means anything to anybody here besides craigie*...and I bet his copy is at least two generations or more removed from the circulating 2nd gen the taper credits all extant copies being sourced from.

ORIGINAL INFO FILE SOURCE 3

Sex Pistols

Lesser Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK, 1976.06.04 (4th June)

Cassette traded in c.1989.  Nth gen cassette copy of a very scratched bootleg vinyl > wav (no processing) > CDWave(cut on sector boundaries) > flac(6)

You can get rid of the hiss quite nicely using Adobe Audition's hiss reduction (standard) setting, however I didn't like the way it caused a sortof after-echo type sound with all the vinyl clicks so I left it unprocessed.  It'd have probably been fine to dehiss if it hadn't been for all the vinyl clicks.


Tracklist: [extra bits not present in starboy's torrent indicated in square brackets]

[45 seconds of audience sounds and an extra 10 seconds of Did You No Wrong.  There wasn't that much missing after all]
01 Did You No Wrong
02 No Lip
03 Seventeen
04 (I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone
05 New York (Looking For A Kiss)
06 Whatcha Gonna Do About It?

(tracks 7-10 missing)

11 Substitute (1st 10 seconds missing, fades in)
12 Pretty Vacant
[13a encore break 1 = 1min27sec of audience sounds]
13b Problems
[14a Encore break 2 = 2min51 of audience sounds]
[14b No Fun]

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

I cut it in the same places as starboy's torrent so you only need to download tracks 1, 13a, 14a & 14b & just slot them into the correct places.  Only download the other tracks if you're an obsessive completist!

******************
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Who was there?

 Howard Devoto (Buzzcocks, Magazine)
 Pete Shelley (Buzzcocks)
 Steve Diggle (Buzzcocks)
 Morrissey (The Smiths)
 Bernard Sumner (Joy Division)
 Peter Hook (Joy Division)
 Martin Hannett (record producer for Factory records)
 Mark E. Smith (lead singer of The Fall)
 Tony Wilson (one of the founders of Factory Records, creator of So It Goes TV program)

Some Bernard Sumner (Joy Division) memories about the gig.

Full interview:
http://www.jonsavage.com/film/bernard-sumner/

Was he (Ian Curtis) at the Pistols gig at the Lesser Free Trade Hall?

I don’t know. I didn’t know him at that point, this gig where we met him was after that one. I was at the first one.

Did you like it?

Malcolm McLaren was on the ticket office at that one… Yeah, I recorded that gig, but it turned out so distorted that it was unlistenable. I did like it, yeah. I didn’t think they were good, I thought they were bad, but that’s why I liked it. I thought they destroyed the myth of being a pop star, or of a musician being some kind of god that you had to worship. In fact a friend who was with me said, Jesus, you could play guitar as good as that.

Who did you go with?

I went with Hooky and Terry, our roadie. Looks like George Formby on an E. Terry is a bit of an odd-looking chap, as you can agree from the photograph, he’s into all these oddball groups like. He’d read somewhere about the Sex Pistols having a fight onstage and he dragged us down to see them.



Wednesday, August 27, 2014

John Lennon-Lost Lennon Tapes Vol. 28


John Lennon-Lost Lennon Tapes Vol. 28
Bag Records 5100

Lineage: Original Vinyl>Polderbits>WAV>TLH>FLAC8>HC



 1. Tight A$ (Lennon)  4:16
 2. You Are Here (Lennon) 4:37
 3. Going Down On Love (Lennon)  4:08
 4. #9 Dream (Lennon)  4:40
 5. Whatever Gets You Through The Night (Lennon)  3:20
 6. Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) (Lennon)  2:35
 7. John On KHJ-AM LOS ANGELES (unknown)  1:06
 8. Do You Wanna Dance (B. Freeman)  3:05
 9. You Can't Catch Me (Berry)  3:33
 10. Free As A Bird (Lennon)  2:42
 11. Serve Yourself (Lennon)  5:15
 12. She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain (Traditional)  1:01
 13. She Run Them 'Round In Circles / Beautiful Boy (Lennon)    5:38
 

Link


*Genesis 1980-05-06 Lyceum Ballroom London, England



GENESIS - Live in London 06/05/1980 - DVD (2007 Edition, Masterplan)

Quality: A/A-

Track List:
1- Deep In The Motherlode
2- Dancing With The Moonlite Knight
3- The Carpet Crawlers
4- Squonk
5- One For The Vine
6- Behind The Lines
7- Duchess
8- Guide Vocal
9- Turn It On Again
10 Duke's Travels
11- Duke's End
12- Say It's Alright Joe
13- The Lady Lies
14- Ripples (Pt.2)
15- In The Cage
16- Slippermen
17- Afterglow
18- Follow You, Follow Me
19- Dance On A Volcano
20- Los Endos
21- I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)

Total Time: 2:09:47

Enjoy it!

Rafael, from Mar del Plata, Argentina!




Tuesday, August 26, 2014

*Cream 1967-09-03 San Francisco, Ca.


Cream
"Live Gem: Volume 1"
San Francisco, Ca.
September 3, 1967

EC In Person - EIP 019 - Aud 3

Track List:

   1. Spoonful
   2. Tales of Brave Ulysses
   3. Sunshine of Your Love
   4. Sweet Wine
   5. NSU
   6. Lawdy Mama
   7. Sleepy Time
   8. Steppin' Out

Geetarz Comments:

There were two shows on this date, so tracks 1 - 4 are from the first and tracks 5 - 8 are from the second show, probably.

Other sources note that "Spoonful" is from the second set - no definitive answers for this one! (thanks to RW for info on this).

"Lawdy Mama" is titled "Big Mama Blues" on the CD jacket.

Lineage: Silver > CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You!

Artwork, checksums, EAC extraction log, and info file included.

Link

Monday, August 25, 2014

*Genesis 1975-03-22 Salle D’Expositions, Annecy FR





Genesis
Salle D’Expositions, Annecy FR
22 March 1975

d1:

01 Watcher Of The Skies
02 The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway   
03 Fly On A Windshield / Broadway Melody Of 1974
04 Cuckoo Cocoon   
05 In The Cage
06 The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging
07 Back In N.Y.C.
08 Hairless Heart
09 Counting Out Time
10 Carpet Crawlers
11 The Chamber Of 32 Doors
12 Rael Story
13 Lilywhite Lilith
14 The Waiting Room

d2:
01 Anyway
02 Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist
03 Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist
04 The Lamia (cut)   
05 Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats
06 Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats (continued)
07 The Colony Of The Slippermen
08 Ravine
09 The Light Dies Down On Broadway / Riding The Scree
10 In The Rapids
11 It

Link



Saturday, August 23, 2014

*KISS 1974-08-04 Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, In




Source: Audience recording
Location: Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, Indiana, U.S.A.
Date: August 4, 1974
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:
Artwork:
Comments:From master tape. Recorded from the audience on a Superscope CS200 stereo cassette recorder with built-in mics. PA went out during 100,000 Years, Kiss kept playing.
Review:

Disc 1: (47:25)
1-01 Deuce
1-02 Nothin' To Lose
1-03 She - Guitar Solo
1-04 Firehouse
1-05 Strutter
1-06 100,000 Years - Drum Solo
1-07 Black Diamond
1-08 Let Me Go, Rock And Roll





Friday, August 22, 2014

*Eric Clapton 2013-03-16 Toyota Center, Houston, Texas



Eric Clapton
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
USA

16 March 2013

Bootleg title: Navy Blue - Part 1
Label: Mid Valley 725/726

Lineage: Silver CDs>EAC(secure & accurate mode)>FLAC


Tracklist:

CD 1

01. Hello Old Friend
02. My Father's Eyes
03. Tell The Truth
04. Gotta Get Over
05. Black Cat Bone
06. Got To Get Better In A Little While
07. Tempted
08. I Shot The Sheriff
09. Driftin'
10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
11. Tears In Heaven
12. Goodnight Irene
13. Wonderful Tonight

CD 2


14. How Long
15. Stones In My Passway
16. Love In Vain
17. Crossroads
18. Little Queen Of Spades
19. Cocaine
20. Sunshine Of Your Love
21. High Time We Went


Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Doyle Bramhall II – guitar, backing vocals
Greg Leisz – pedal steel guitar
Chris Stainton – piano, keyboards
Paul Carrack - organ, keyboards, vocals
Willie Weeks – bass
Steve Jordan – drums
Michelle John – backing vocals
Sharon White – backing vocals



*The Kinks 1973-04-01 Boston Music Hall Boston, MA



The Kinks
Boston Music Hall
Boston, MA
April 1, 1973

Aud recording -> ? - > FLAC


Victoria
Acute Schizophernia Paranoid Blues
Till The End Of The Day
Medley (The Last Time I Saw You/Little Queenie/Shakin All Over/Whole Lotta Shakin Going On, Etc)
Maybe Because I'm A Londoner
Lola
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
Celluloid Heroes
Here Comes Yet Another Day
Picture Book
People Take Pictures Of Each Other
Alcohol
Skin Bones/Dry Bones
Good Golly Miss Molly
You Really Got Me
All The Day And All Of The Night

Received FLAC files in trade.

Link





Yes 1971-06-05 Eissporthalle Berlin,Germany



Audience recording:
1.01 Also Sprach Zarathustra (1.29)
1.02 Yours Is No Disgrace (11.04)
1.03 I've Seen All Good People (7.33)
1.04 The Clap - Classical Gas (6.33)
1.05 Perpetual Change (14.08)

Link


Soundboard recording:
1. The Clap - Classical Gas 
2. Perpetual Change (cuts out @ 45 sec. before the end of the song)
3. America (17.13)

Link 

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

*YES In The Beginning HIGHLAND (HL055#Y12)



YES
In The Beginning
HIGHLAND (HL055#Y12)
Source:  Audience

---------------------------------------------------------------


CDR Trade > EAC (wav) > FLAC Frontend encode level 8 > You.


Lineup:

Jon Anderson: Lead vocals
Peter Banks: Guitar, vocals
Chris Squire: Bass, vocals
Tony Kaye: Organ, piano
Bill Bruford: Drums, percussion


---------------------------------------------------------------

Date and setlist:

October 09, 1969 - Essen, Grugahalle, Germany:
1. Introduction
2. No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
3. Dear Father
4. Every Little Thing
5. Something's Coming
---------------------------------------------------------------
August 20, 1969 - Hamburg, Star Club, Germany:
6. Eleanor Rigby
---------------------------------------------------------------
December 21, 1969 - Sheffield, Kingston Hotel, England, UK:
7. Dear Father
8. Eleanor Rigby
9. I See You

---------------------------------------------------------------


ARTWORK: Included

Link


*U2 1981-03-06 Paradise Theatre Boston,MA



U2
Boston Paradise Theatre
First of 2 sets.
6th March 1981

Side 1
01 The Ocean
02 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
03 Touch
04 An Cat Dubh
05 Into The Heart
06 Another Time, Another Place
07 Cry-Electric Co.
08 Things To Make and Do

Side 2
09 Stories for Boys
10 Twilight
11 I Will Follow
12 Out of Control
13 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
14 The Ocean

Original radio show broadcast vinyl>Technics SL21000 deck, Stanton 500 cartridge>JVC AZ-V4 amplifier>
Sound Blaster Live Line In (sorry I will upgrade one day)
Recorded at 16 bit, 96 000 Hz using Sound Forge 6.>SHN

Timing was a little out so file was adjusted to correct time/pitch.
Files were resampled to 44 100 Hz for CD compatibility and split in CD wav.

No other form of sound adjustment has been made.
The disc is over 20 years old and there were a couple of clicks (one big one in track 2) and a little surface noise during the quieter songs.

This show has been widely bootlegged and few people seem to know that it was originally distributed as a broadcast vinyl to college radio stations and the like.
I seem to recall reading at some point (if anyone knows where I might have read this please let me know as I have forgotten)
that this disc was pressed in larger numbers than most radio show discs and that a good number were used for promotion.
I won´t say where mine came from, or what I paid for it. But it is an original, not one of the many bootlegs that were pressed.
It has long been one of the unattainable U2 items I never thought I would get to own.

I have included a picture of the disc in the set of files.

The best CD bootleg out there of this show is the Swinging Pig release "Another Time another Place".
I compared my copy of that CD with these files and noticed a couple of discrepancies.
This suggests to me that the sound had been digitally adjusted and that disc noise has probably been removed in mastering.
At the quiet parts I could even hear some hiss, which suggested that that CD may even come from a (Very low gen) cassette source, and not the vinyl one I initially believed.
The sound levels are very different too. The vinyl version has a more shrill-sounding top-end and the cymbal sounds are very prevalent, more so than on the CD release.

Ultimately it is a question of taste whether you prefer this one or the other one. But you could always clean it up yourself.
Tracks 4,5,7,9,11,12,13,14 have all been released as b-sides, tracks 9 and 12 on CD even... But most are not available now.

Link

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

*Yes 1971-02-27 Roundhouse Dagenham, England


















1.01 Yours Is No Disgrace (7.54)
1.02 I've Seen All Good People (7.21)
1.03 The Clap - Classical Gas (7.47)
1.04 Perpetual Change (15.10)
1.05 Everydays (13.31)
1.06 America (fades out) (7.24)


Notes: dropout in YIND early on & cut at "sailing ship" and tape splice near end of track 1...crowd member says "awwright" and you hear it twice 

 
Link


Monday, August 18, 2014

*Eric Clapton 1978-02-11 Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, CA




 Eric Clapton
"Bottom Dollar"
Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, California
February 11, 1978

Stardust - SP-R-297 - SB 6

Disc 1:

   1. Peaches and Diesel
   2. Wonderful Tonight
   3. Lay Down Sally
   4. Next Time You See Her
   5. The Core
   6. We're All the Way
   7. Rodeo Man
   8. Fool's Paradise
   9. Cocaine
  10. Badge
  11. Double Trouble

Disc 2:

   1. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
   2. Let it Rain
   3. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
   4. Last Night
   5. Going Down Slow > Ramblin' On My Mind
   6. Layla
   7. Bottle of Red Wine
   8. You'll Never Walk Alone

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton    Guitar, Vocals
George Terry    Guitar
Carl Radle    Bass
Dick Sims    Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker    Drums
Marcy Levy    Vocals

Geetarz Comments:

This may be - in terms of the number of different releases - the most-circulated Clapton recording among collectors.  This is with good reason, as it's a good show!

This and the Santa Monica show from the next night (funny how that one has never surfaced) were recorded, and portions of this performance broadcast on the syndicated "King Biscuit Flower Hour" broadcast in 1978.

Over the years many incomplete versions of this performance were traded among collectors, and then among the first Clapton ROIO released on vinyl, then on some of the very first Clapton CD ROIO releases, including:

American Tour '78 (Swingin' Pig)
Live in Santa Monica 1978 (Super Golden Radio Shows)
Snowhead (Musichien)
Layla (Oil Well)
Layla (On Stage)

Later, the complete source was leaked, and found its way to various labels, resulting in the full show being offered to the public, to name a few:

Bottom Dollar (Bell Bottom)
Bottom Dollar (Stardust Remasters)
Wonderful Tonight (On Stage 1978)
California Wind (Mid Valley)

Part of the Stardust Remaster Series, this is an improvement on the original Bell Bottom release - more on that, at the end ...

The "Stardust Remaster" series was available on both silver and CD-R versions, both came with high quality offset press printed artwork.

"The Core", and the blues medley ("Going Down Slow", and "Ramblin' On My Mind") from this performance were later released as part of the "Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies" box set.

If you listen and compare, it's clear that the officially released versions are remixed - it's a shame they dole out bits and pieces instead of the whole show!

Still, this is a neat one and a personal favorite.  Of note, EC instrumentals are rare enough in concert, but to open a show with one and then segue into one of the few truly er, wonderful, versions of "Wonderful Tonight" is a real treat.

Stardust CD-R > LiteOn iHAP 322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Offset Correct @ +6,0,24 bytes) > FLAC (Level 8) > You !

Artwork, checksums (ffp, MD5, ST5), Audiochecker v. 1.2 logs, EAC extraction logs, info file and whole-torrent MD5 are included.

Now, for the dénouement ... this is *my* personal favorite version of this show, and I think it's clearly superior to the Mid Valley "California Wind" release. This definitely sounds like it's taken from a lower analog generation than the MV release, with less hiss, and really nicely and transparently remastered.

Most importantly, check 'em out, and YOU be the judge ... Enjoy!

~Geetarz, October 2009

Saturday, August 16, 2014

*Gov't Mule 2014-08-14 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton Beach, NH



Gov't Mule
2014-08-14
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Hampton Beach, NH

Telefunken ELA M260(Hypers,PAS) > Sonosax SX-M2 > Benchmark AD2K+ > Tascam DR-680(24/48)
Wave > Sound Forge 11.0(Fade,Track,Resample,Dither 16/44.1) > Trader's Little Helper > Flac

Taped, Transfered & Seeded by Ted Gakidis

Disc 1 - Set 1
01 Brand New Angel
02 Steppin' Lightly >
03 Any Open Window
04 Inside Outside Woman Blues
05 Unring The Bell
06 Endless Parade
07 Larger Than Life
08 Thelonius Beck
09 Fearless

Disc 2 - Set 2
01 Rocking Horse >
02 Monkey Hill* >
03 When The World Gets Small
04 Scared To Live# >
05 Drums >
06 Stratus
07 If Heartaches Were Nickels
08 Done Got Wise
09 crowd
Encore 1
10 Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody's Home^
11 crowd
Encore 2
12 Million Miles From Yesterday >
13 Soulshine >
14 Tupelo Honey >
15 Soulshine

* w/ She's So Heavy Outro
# w/ Guitar change by Savannah Woody
^ w/ Let Me Have It All Lyrics



Friday, August 15, 2014

*Yes 1971-01-28 Beat Club Bremen, Germany

Yes 1971-01-28 Beat Club Bremen, Germany

Yours Is No Disgrace
I've Seen All Good People


Link


*Yes 1971-01-24 Konserthuset Gothenburg, Sweden



Yes 1971-01-24 Konserthuset Gothenburg, Sweden  

I've Seen All Good People      
Astral Traveller      
Everydays

Link


Yes 1970-10-20 Mike Harding Show London, Eng.



Yes 1970-10-20 Mike Harding Show London, Eng.

America

Link


Yes 1970-08-09 Plumpton Racecourse Plumpton, Eng



Yes 1970-08-09 Plumpton Racecourse Plumpton, Eng


Astral Traveller
I've Seen All Good People
The Clap
America

Relayerman version

Link





Yes 1970-04-07 John Peel's Sunday Show London. Eng.

Yes 1970-04-07 John Peel's Sunday Show London. Eng.

from Lost Years boot

For Everyone

Link


Yes 1970-04-03 Sporthalle Cologne, Germany




Yes
Sporthalle
Cologne, Germany
April 3, 1970
Jon Anderson, Peter Banks, Bill Bruford, Tony Kaye, Chris Squire

No Opportunity (5:16)
Then (5:41) including impromptu drum solo (equipment failure)
Every Little Thing (6:41)
Astral Traveller (5:59)
Everydays (6:24)

From 'Every Little Thing'
Audience recording



Link


Thursday, August 14, 2014

Yes 1969-10-27 Actuel Festival Amougies Belgium



Yes, another re-post to this Amougies(Day 4) torrent feat. Yes and Sam Apple Pie (w/Frank Zappa),
speed corrected this time.

In fact tape recorder battery fatigue seems to have led to most of the Yes music sounding way too fast,
about 2 semitones sharp. only the last Yes track needed a speed increase of about +50cts imo.
The Sam Apple Pie tracks sounded fairly all right, just needed some fine tuning in the +/- 30cts range.

Not sure if I have been hitting it right all the time, but
I'd like to leave further extended fine tuning to a more dedicated Yeshead ...
Hope this helps so far. Enjoy !!

Amougies (Belgium), Actuel Festival
27 October 1969

source: audience recording (mono)

And now for the penultimate day of this legendary festival... I'm sure this is one of the most anticipated
performances - a rare early performance by Yes, plus bits from the Pretty Things and Sam Apple Pie sets
(yes, "bits" is the appropriate word - sorry for these bands' fans !).

Yes fans are in for a treat - sonics aside, this is a really interesting listen. First, with the exception
of "Then", they only play covers, including the rare "It's Love" from The Rascals which extensively features
Chris Squire on vocals and bass (there is a version with Steve Howe on the recent live boxed set) - and,
already at that point, has Anderson quoting the introductory theme to Stravinsky's "Rite Of Spring" (as he
again did on "Yessongs"). The climax of the gig, I think, is the very extended "I See You" which has one of
those long, wild guitar/drums duets between Banks and Bruford that Banks has referred to repeatedly but
here's the first real chance of hearing what it really was like. Of course, Yes went on to make great music,
arguably better and more accomplished, but there's a wildness and freedom to their early incarnation that was
missing in their later, superstar days.

Lastly, the usual reminder about the sound quality - the tape recorder used was way below modern standards
and the sound is nowhere near "professional" quality. This reservation aside, however, this is simply an
unbelievable document of a legendary festival, and so our hearfelt thanks to the taper, JJB, for recording
this at the time, and for allowing me to seed it here.

(technical note: JJB tells me he remembers using a Grundig tape recorder with LR14 batteries, using
8cm-diameter reels with a 4,75 cm/s recording speed)

YES

1. No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed (Havens) (4:53)
2. tuning problems (4:43)
3. Then (Anderson) (5:32)
4. It's Love (Cavaliere/Brigati) (14:39)
5. Everydays (Stills) (5:43)
6. I See You (McGuinn/Crosby) (14:24)
7. Something's Coming (Bernstein/Sondheim) (10:19)


Jon Anderson - lead vocals
Peter Banks - guitar & backing vocals
Tony Kaye - organ
Chris Squire - bass & vocals
Bill Bruford - drums

SAM APPLE PIE

8. unknown (2:08)
9. unknown (1:28)
10. Moonlight Man (6:04)

Sam Sampson - vocals & harmonica
Mick Smith - lead guitar
Andy Johnson - slide guitar
Bob Renny - bass
Dave Charles - drums
with
Frank Zappa - guitar (10)

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Yes 1969-06-04 Johnnie Walker Show BBC Radio London, England



Yes
BBC
JOHNNIE WALKER SHOW
Session: 06/04/69
Broadcast: 06/14/69
Jon Anderson, Peter Banks, Bill Bruford, Tony Kaye, Chris Squire

1. Looking Around             
2. Sweetness                  
3. Every Little Thing

'Sweetness' and 'Every Little Thing' are available on the officially released 'Something's Coming'


Information from:
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO YES BBC SHOWS
COPYRIGHT DAVID DUNGINGTON & SHOJI YAMADA 1997
(This information is based on Ken Garner's book "In Session Tonight")


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Rush 1977-06-02 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, Eng




01- Lakeside Park
02-07 - 2112
08 - Xanadu
09 - Bytor And The Snowdog
10 - The Necromancer
11-  Working Man/Finding My Way
12 - Fly By Night
13 - In The Mood
 

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Monday, August 11, 2014

Rush 1977-06-02 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, Eng


Rush - Hallowed Halls
Media: 1 CDR
Time: 72:00
Catalog: Syrinx (SRR 003)
Source: Audience
Date: June 6, 1977
Location: Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=881

DISC 1:

01 - Bastille Day
02 - Anthem
03 - Lakeside Park
04 - 2112
05 - Xanadu
06 - Bytor And The Snowdog
07 - The Necromancer
08 - Fly By Night
09 - In The Mood


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Sunday, August 10, 2014

*R.E.M. 1985-10-28 Hammersmith Palais London, England



Artist: R.E.M.
Date: 1985-10-28
Location: London, England
Venue: Hammersmith Palais Ballrooom
Source: Audience
Lineage: ANA(M)>WAV [96kHz/24bit]>WAV [44.1kHz/16bit]>FLAC [Level 8]
Transfer: Nakamichi CR-7A>PreSonus FireStudio Project>Adobe Audition 3.0>Cdwave editor>FLAC frontend 1.7.1
Taping Gear: Sony ECM-939>Sony WM-D6C 
Taped By: JEMS
Transferred By: Mike Ziegler

Band Members:
Michael Stipe - vocals, harmonica
Peter Buck - guitars
Mike Mills - bass, vocals
Bill Berry - drums, percussion

Setlist:
01. Feeling Gravity's Pull
02. Harborcoat
03. Green Grow The Rushes
04. Maps And Legends
05. Pilgrimage
06. Driver 8
07. Sitting Still
08. Good Advices
09. John The Revelator
10. So. Central Rain
11. Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
12. I Can't Get There From Here
13. Seven Chinese Brothers
14. Auctioneer (Another Engine)
15. Old Man Kensey
16. Pretty Persuasion
17. Life And How To Live It
Encores 1
18. Second Guessing
19. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
20. Tired of Singing Trouble
21. Toys In The Attic
Encores 2
22. Whats's New Pussycat?
23. Radar Love
24. Burning Hell
25. Talk About The Passion
26. Little America

Length: 89:38

Notes:
JEMS master recording. Excellent sounding recording and great performance. This one is highly recommended for the most casual of R.E.M. fans.

"One of two amazing nights at the Hammersmith Palais in London. JEMS was in town to record Pete Townshend's Deep End shows which took place just a couple of nights later at the Brixton Academy. Long, strong set from late in the Fables tour with great covers of Golden Earring's "Radar Love" and Tom Jones' "What's New Pussycat?""

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Saturday, August 2, 2014

*KISS 1974-04-07 Michigan Palace Detroit, MI


Kiss
Michigan Palace
Detroit, MI
April 7, 1974
Kiss Tour

FLAC - FM Recording
Grade: A

This recording is from April 7 and not April 12 as many people are circulating. The song "Let Me Go, Rock And Roll"
had not yet been released on an album (it would be on Hotter Than Hell later in the year) and so the title as it was
used early on was "Baby, Let Me Go."

Setlist:

Deuce
Strutter
She
Firehouse
Nothin' To Lose
Cold Gin
100,000 Years
Black Diamond
Baby, Let Me Go

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