Rolling Stones - 1966-02-18 (Commemorative Aud, Sydney, Australia)
01 - Mercy Mercy (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
02 - She Said Yeah (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
03 - Play With Fire (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
04 - Not Fade Away (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
05 - The Spider And The Fly (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
06 - That's How Strong My Love Is (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
07 - Get Off Of My Cloud (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
08 - 19th Nervous Breakdown (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
09 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (He Is Not Dead - Brian Jones)
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Rolling Stones - 1966-02-13 (The Ed Sullivan Show, CBS-TV, New York City)
01 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Radio & TV Sessions Anthology 1963-1969)
02 - As Tears Go By (Radio & TV Sessions Anthology 1963-1969)
03 - 19th Nervous Breakdown (Radio & TV Sessions Anthology 1963-1969)
Saturday, August 30, 2014
Friday, August 29, 2014
"Have You Heard The Outtakes, Baby"
3rd of 8 series of Outtakes, raw versions, demo's
from 1962 - 1969
source: bootleg > ? > flac
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
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
*The Rolling Stones Around And Around Invasion Unlimited - IU9531-1 Studio Outtakes Compilation 1962 - 1965
Around And Around
Invasion Unlimited - IU9531-1
Studio Outtakes Compilation 1962 - 1965
Silver -> Adobe Audition 1.5 -> WAV -> FLAC
Artwork is included.
01. Can't Judge a Book by the Cover
02. Diddley Daddy
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)
June 11, 1968
Killing Floor - Aud 2
2. Tales of Brave Ulysses
3. Sunshine of Your Love
4. Sittin' On Top of the World
6. Train Time
7. Steppin' Out
"Ulysses" is misspelt on the cover. I refuse to do that further, even in the interest of avoiding any possible confusion. Why? Because I endured four years of Latin/Classical Civ in high school taught by a monster who had a particular idea about how to correct misspelled words. For each instance of a misspelled word, whether on a quiz, test, homework assignment, ANYTHING, one would be required to write the word over, correctly, 25 times. If this was not done at the end of each grading period, 1 point would be deducted from your AVERAGE grade for every 100 words "owed". I had to write "ancient" (which blows the HELL out of the stupid "i before e except after c" rule) "caesar" and "ULYSSES" each about 500 times just to PASS one year, and I'm not going to misspell them again lest the old bat come from her grave and make me do it again! The venue is listed incorrectly on the cover as well. A poor audience recording, really useful only for archival purposes.
Silver > CD-R (trade) > EAC v. 9.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You!
"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
3. I'm So Glad
4. Sitting On Top of the World
5. Sunshine of Your Love
7. Train Time
Disc 2: Late Show
1. White Room
3. I'm So Glad
4. Sunshine of Your Love
6. Spoonful (*)
7. Sunshine of Your Love (*)
(*) 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.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
1971-07-15 - Capitol Theatre - Port Chester:
1.04 Yours Is No Disgrace (12.10)
1.05 I've Seen All Good People (8.17)
1.06 The Clap - Mood For A Day (6.56)
1.07 Perpetual Change (15.29)
1.08 It's Love (11.59)
Birth Of The Six Strings God
October 15, 1967
Mid Valley 031 / 032
1) Tales Of Brave Ulysses
3) Sitting On Top Of The World
4) Sweet Wine
5) Rollin' And Tumblin'
1) Stepping Out
4) I'm So Glad
Eric Clapton guitar, vocals
Jack Bruce bass, vocals
Ginger Baker drums
Soundboard>cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6
My rating (scale 1-6) 5
As usual - the best available recording of this performance.
Let us all worship Mid Valley! Hail Mid Valley!
JUNE 4, 1976
MANCHESTER LESSER FREE TRADE HALL
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:
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.
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.
INFO SOURCE 1:
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
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
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]
[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!
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.
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.
4 CD Box
Original Master Series / OMS 102 - 105
Silver CD > EAC > HD Flac Level 6
1.Honky Tonk Woman ( Alternate Mix )
2.Country Honk ( Alternate Mix )
3.Loving Cup ( Early Take )
Olympic Studios, London, 17.4. - 2.7.1969
4.You Gotta Move ( Alternate Mix )
5.Brown Sugar ( Basic Track )
Olympic Sound Studios, London, 9. - 10.11.1969
Olympic Studios, London, 17.2.1970
7.Dancing In The Light
9.Cocksucker Blues ( Outtake )
Olympic Studios, London, März - May 1970 & Stargroves, Newbury, With Mobile Recording Unit
10.Dead Flowers ( Alternate )
Olympic Studios, London, 24.4.1970
11.Leather jacket ( Instrumental Outtake )
12.All Down The Line ( Alternate Mix )
Olympic Studios, London, 16.6. - 27.7.1970
13.( Can't Seem To ) Get A Line On You
Olympic Studios, London, August 1970
15.Sway ( Alternate Mix )
Stargroves, Newbury, With Mobile Recording Unit & Olympic Studios, London,17. - 31.10.1970
20.Exile On Main Street Blues
Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angelesa, 28.3.1972
1.Good Time Woman
2.Shake Your Hips ( Alternate Mix )
3.Sweet Virginia ( Alternate Mix )
4.Stop Breaking Down ( Alternate Mix )
Stargroves, Newbury, With Mobile Recording Unit & Olympic Studios, London,17. - 31.10.1970
5.I Ain't Signifying ( Ain't Gonna Lie )
6.Fast Talking Slow Walking
Villa Nellcote, Villefranche - Sur - Mer, France, 10.7. & 14.10. - 23.11.1971
7.Save Me ( Criss Cross )
9.Waiting On A Friend ( Basic Track )
10.Tops ( Basic Tracks )
11.You Should Have Seen Her Ass
Dynymic Sound Studios, Kingston, Jamaica, 25. - 30.11 & 6. - 21.12.1972
12.Angie ( TV Mix )
13.Silver Train ( Rough Mix )
14.Winter ( Rough Mix )
Island recording Studios, London, 28.4. - May 1973
Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, 13. - 24.11.1973
16.Living In The Heart Of Love
Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, 14. - 28.1.1974
17.Fingerprint File ( Early MIx )
18.Ain' Too Proud To Beg ( Early Mix )
1.If You Can't Rock Me ( Early Mix )
2.It's Only Rock' n' Roll ( Acetate )
3.Till The Next Goodbye ( Early Mix )
4.Dance Little Sister ( Early Mix )
Stargroves, Newbury, With Mobile Recording Unit, 10. - 15.4.1974 &
Olympic Studios, London,20. - 25.5.1974
7.I Got A Letter
8.Fool To Cry ( Alternate )
Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, 7. - 15.12.1974
9.Slave ( Unedited )
11.Let's GDo It Right ( C'mon Sugar )
14.Never Stop ( Start Me Up ) ( Demo )
De Doelen, Rotterdam, Holland, With Mobile Recording Unit, 22.1. - 9.2.1975
& Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, 5.3. - 4.4.1975
15.Everything Is Turning To Gold ( Basic Track )
Pathe Marconi Studios, Paris, France, 10.10. - 25. 11 & 5. - 21.12.1977
1.Miss You ( Full Lenght Version )
2.Respectable ( Early Take )
3.Shattered ( Early Take )
4.Black Limopusine ( Broken Head Blues )
5.Los Trios Guitaros
6.When The Whip Comes Down ( Full Lenght Version )
9.Stay Where You Are
10.Up Against The Wall
11.What Gives You The Right
12.I Need You
13.Everlasting Is My Love
14.No Spare Parts
15.Far Away Eyes ( Alternate )
Pathe Marconi Studios, Paris, France, 10.10. - 25. 11 & 5. - 21.12.1977 & 5.1. - 2.3.1978
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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
David Bowie - A Son Of The Circus (1987) Flac [3cd]
28th August 1987
Excellent Soundboard Recording
Lineage: TradeCDR--> EAC(secure)--> Flac(level.8)--> HungerCity!
01. - Intro - / Up The Hill Backwards
02. Glass Spider / Up The Hill Backwards (reprise)
03. Day In Day Out
04. Bang Bang
05. Absolute Beginners
06. Loving The Alien
07. China Girl
08. Rebel Rebel
01. Scary Monsters
02. All The Madmen
03. Never Let Me Down
04. Big Brother
05. 87 & Cry
07. Sons Of The Silent Age
08. Time Will Crawl
01. Young Americans
02. Beat Of Your Drum
03. The Jean Genie
04. Let's Dance
07. Blue Jean
08. Modern Love
GENESIS - Live in London 06/05/1980 - DVD (2007 Edition, Masterplan)
1- Deep In The Motherlode
2- Dancing With The Moonlite Knight
3- The Carpet Crawlers
5- One For The Vine
6- Behind The Lines
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
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
Rafael, from Mar del Plata, Argentina!
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
"Live Gem: Volume 1"
San Francisco, Ca.
September 3, 1967
EC In Person - EIP 019 - Aud 3
2. Tales of Brave Ulysses
3. Sunshine of Your Love
4. Sweet Wine
6. Lawdy Mama
7. Sleepy Time
8. Steppin' Out
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.
Lineage: audience recording > unknown recording and transfer equipment > 1CD of 20CD set > remastering with unknown equipment > remastered 20CD set > remastered 20CDR set > EAC(sorry, no EAC log included) > Wav > Flac Frontend > Flac > my Flac Files set on HD (> YOU)
Taper: unknown, HANX :-)
Title: 'Cream Remasters - Live at the Fillmore CD1'
File Size: 332MB(330MB flac and 2MB art)
Artwork included, HANX :-)
Information(20CD set): http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=101809
Fillmore Theatre(a.k.a. Fillmore Auditorium, a.k.a. Fillmore West), San Francisco, CA, USA, 03rd September 1967
01) Tales Of Brave Ulysses (Clapton/Sharp) 4.01
02) Sunshine Of Your Love (Bruce/Brown/Clapton) 5.27
03) N.S.U. (Bruce) 9.48
04) Lawdy Mama (Trad.) 4.53
05) Sweet Wine (Baker/Godfrey) 10.56
06) Spoonful (Dixon) 12.03
07) Sleepy Time Time (Bruce/Godfrey) 7.08
08) Stepping Out (Bracken) 11.14
the three men I admire most, the father, son and the holy ghost:
Eric Clapton: Vocals, Guitar
Jack Bruce: Vocals, Bass, Harmonica
Ginger Baker: Drums
(Source: 'Cream Remasters' 20CD set as Flac Files set on 2DVD by my friend Mr Ralf Vaughan, Hanxabillion)
Monday, August 25, 2014
Salle D’Expositions, Annecy FR
22 March 1975
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
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
09 The Light Dies Down On Broadway / Riding The Scree
10 In The Rapids
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Source: Audience recording
Location: Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend, Indiana, U.S.A.
Date: August 4, 1974
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.
Disc 1: (47:25)
1-02 Nothin' To Lose
1-03 She - Guitar Solo
1-06 100,000 Years - Drum Solo
1-07 Black Diamond
1-08 Let Me Go, Rock And Roll
Led Zeppelin - 1969-01-26
Venue: Boston Tea Party
Title: KILLING FLOOR
Label: Cobra Standard Series 018
Quality: Good Audience
No Of Cds: 2
Comments: This is a legendary show, one of the highest point of Led Zeppelin career.
01 The Train Kept A Rollin' (CD1)
02 I Can't Quit You
03 Killing Floor incl.:
- The Lemon Song
04 Dazed And Confused incl.:
- Shapes Of Things
05 You Shook Me
06 Communication Breakdown
07 White Summer/Black Mountain Side (CD2)
08 Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
09 Pat's Delight
10 How Many More Times (cut) incl.:
- For Your Love
- Over Under Sideways Down
CSS 018-1/2>EAC(secure m./offset corr.)>WAV>FLAC(level7/verify/test)
>>FULL ARTWORK INCLUDED<<
A Group Called Cream
November 15, 1966
Klooks Kleek, London, England
Viktorie (NS 13028)
Doc´s Vinyl Box Vol. 3:
CREAM, London, Klooks Kleek Club, November 15, 1966
off Super rare Dutch Vinyl Boot "A Group called CREAM" on Viktorie Label!
In the "Doc´s Vinyl Box" series, I will upload some CDR copies of some very rare Original Bootleg vinyl LP´s
from my collection!
Some tapes of great shows never surfaced and the only source for this stuff, up to today, is the original vinyl Bootleg LP!
Some of the first original pressings often sounds better than expected.........
Today I`m uploading one of my favorite CREAM shows ,
transfered from the very first issue of a Dutch vinyl Boot, only seen once, .....
I had a repressing on TMQ label before, which didn´t sound as good as the Original pressing ,
but also only found two times!
This show is, as far as I know, the earliest CREAM concert recording!
It includes more spontaneous playing of short versions of the common CREAM songs than the later shows,
plus a rare rendition of "Lawdy Mama", my favorite number here!
The recording sounds great for it´s time, and the show is probably one of the hottest CREAM
The Viktorie Boot recording is in a real nice "Electronic Stereo" mix also different from the repressing, which used only one channel from the original issue
Although this show is credited to be recorded in Rotterdam, NL, it is well known in the CREAM scene that it is originally recorded in London at the Klooks Kleek Club Nov 1966!
The vinyl is in good shape , a near mint cpoy, but the vinyl has a few very small "holes" in it´s surface ,
but the overall sound is really great!
01 Hey Lawdy Mama
02 Sleepy Time Time
04 Stepping Out
05 Sweet Wine
06 Meet Me In The Bottom
Vinyl-Thorens TD 126 MK3-Goldring 1042 pickup-Dynavektor 505 Tonearm-Restek Vektor Preamp
-Pioneer PDR05 CD Recorder-Eac-CoolEdit Pro-Flac
Enjoy this great piece of CREAM history!
Friday, August 22, 2014
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
16 March 2013
Bootleg title: Navy Blue - Part 1
Label: Mid Valley 725/726
Lineage: Silver CDs>EAC(secure & accurate mode)>FLAC
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
08. I Shot The Sheriff
10. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
11. Tears In Heaven
12. Goodnight Irene
13. Wonderful Tonight
14. How Long
15. Stones In My Passway
16. Love In Vain
18. Little Queen Of Spades
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
New York (New York), USA.
07 - March - 1981.
Attendance: 1.600 (sellout) - Support: Our Daughter's Wedding
Disc 1 (54:22)
01. The Ocean
02. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
04. An Cat Dubh
05. Into the Heart
06. Bono's speech
07. Another Time, Another Place
08. Cry / The Electric Co.
09. Things to Make and Do
10. Stories for Boys
12. I Will Follow
13. Out of Control
14. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
15. The Ocean
Source: CDR > EAC > wav > flac
Boston Music Hall
April 1, 1973
Aud recording -> ? - > FLAC
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
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
Here Comes Yet Another Day
People Take Pictures Of Each Other
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.
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)
1. The Clap - Classical Gas
2. Perpetual Change (cuts out @ 45 sec. before the end of the song)
3. America (17.13)
Yes - Teatro Brancaccio, Roma, Italy, May 11th 1971, from FB master.
Fixed up in September 2006 by TheTooleMan
Anyone willing to endure the trials of listening to a disintegrating recording of a fantastic performance will be amply rewarded. This is no sonic marvel, but it captures a rare performance of Steve Howe and Tony Kaye in peak psychedelic form while playing "Everydays." And in 35 years of listening of Howe playing "Clap," I don't think he ever topped this performance.
As someone in the band says, "Far out."
Here's what I did to improve this recording:
* create tracks in the appropriate places
* joined parts of songs which were interrupted or repeated due to tape flips
* reduced the pitch of the recording by up to 3 semitones between the beginning and the end of the recording
* EQ to reduce rumble and bring out more of the bass
* hiss reduction
* cut out extraneous clicks and pops, filled drop-outs, and smoothed transitions between tracks
As with the disclaimers on old commercial CD's, imperfections in the original tape may become more obvious with digital transfers and reproduction. In this case, the tape sounds like it was damaged and plays at irregular speed throughout. This could not be fixed in remastering. In one or two places, notably during "Everydays" and "America," the tape sounds like it has been stretched and is about to stop playing altogether. Fortunately, it does not.
1. Also Sprach Zarathustra
2. Yours Is No Disgrace
3. I've Seen All Good People
4. Clap > Classical Gas
5. Perpetual Change
See the notes from the torrent of the original tape for information about the transfer of the tape: "Yes 5.11.71 38f torrent notes.txt" which is included in this torrent. Thanks to 38f who provided it!
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Y E S
teatro lirico, milano (italy) may 10 1971
cassette recorder philips K7> cassette> eurorack MX 802A professional equalizer>
philips standalone burner CDR560> cdr audio>EAC>wav>flac
recorded, preserved, transferred and equalized and art-covered by yours truly pgl
1. yours is no disgrace
2. i've seen all good people
3. the clap
4. perpetual change
jon anderson, vocals
steve howe, guitar
bill bruford, drums
chris squire, bass
tony kaye, keyboards
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
In The Beginning
CDR Trade > EAC (wav) > FLAC Frontend encode level 8 > You.
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:
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
Posted by plumdusty at 12:16 PM
U2 1981-03-06 Boston Set 2
01 Twillight 4:14
02 11 o´clock Tick Tock (1st time) 4:48
03 I Will Follow (1st time) 3:37
04 An Cat Dubh 4:24
05 Into the Heart 2:53
06 Another Time Another Place 4:14
07 Cry - the Electric Co 4:42
08 Things to Make and Do 2:21
09 Stories for Boys 3:05
10 Boy/Girl 3:23
11 Out of Control 3:57
12 11 o´clock Tick Tock (2nd time) 5:03
13 I Will Follow (2nd time) 3:28
Total Run time 50:09
Transfer from Vinyl to Sound Blaster Live, via Line In using Sound Forge 4.5 recorder.
This performance should not be confused with the Warners broadcast show from the same venue on the same night and put out as the promo "2-sides Live"
The source of these files is a 1984 vinyl boot with the title "Another Time Another Place".
These files were put up on DC on 1st Dec 2001 and will only be avalailable through me for 14 days. After this they will be removed.
The initial source file played back too fast. Playback speed has been rectified and as much distortion and hiss as possible was removed in Sound Forge 4.5 and "Noise Reduction"
There is a slight gap before track 7. I have not put in a fade.
Boston Paradise Theatre
First of 2 sets.
6th March 1981
01 The Ocean
02 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
04 An Cat Dubh
05 Into The Heart
06 Another Time, Another Place
07 Cry-Electric Co.
08 Things To Make and Do
09 Stories for Boys
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.
U2 1981-03-04 Bijou Cafe Philadelphia,PA
01 The ocean
02 11 O'clock tick tock
04 An cat dubh
05 Into the heart
06 Another time, another place
07 Cry/Electric co
08 Things to make and do
09 Stories for boys
11 I will follow
12 Out of control
13 11 O'clock tick tock
14 The ocean
Lineage: tape(unknown gen)>cdrecorder Philips760>cdr>hd>cool edit pro>flac 5
Source and taper unknown.
Because the sound quality wasn't the same for the whole tape I have equalized it.
That's why there is hiss during the first songs.
Between Things to make and do and Stories for boys , Out of control and 11 O'clock tick tock was a gap in the audience
I mixed the audience parts together.
Rush - Live At The Hammersmith
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 47:20, 43:30
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 60477
Date: June 4, 1977
Location: The Hammersmith, London, England
01 - Bastille Day 5:59
02 - Anthem 5:12
03 - Lakeside Park 4:19
04 - 2112 21:30
05 - Xanadu 10:20
01 - Something For Nothing 4:48
02 - Bytor And The Snowdog 12:25
03 - The Necromancer 6:28
04 - Working Man / Finding My Way / Drum Solo 15:00
05 - Fly By Night 2:04
06 - In The Mood 2:45
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 48:56 47:13
Catalog: JS REMASTER: JSR R-018-019
Date: June 4, 1977
Location: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
01 - Intro/ Bastille Day 5:14
02 - Anthem 4:48
03 - Lakeside Park 4:05
04 - 2112 20:04
05 - Xanadu 10:53
06 - Something For Nothing 3:49
01 - Bytor And The Snowdog 12:29
02 - The Necromancer 6:07
03 - Working Man / Finding My Way / Drum Solo 14:28
04 - Fly By Night/ In The Mood 4:54
05 - What You're Doing 5:32
06 - Best I Can 3:37