Saturday, February 28, 2015

*INXS 1990-11-11 Alsterdorfer Sporthalle Hamburg, Germany

Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
Hamburg, Germany
November 11, 1990

source : audience
transfer  : markp

Disc One:
01 Suicide Blonde
02 Calling All Nations
03 Guns In The Sky
04 Know the Difference
05 Hear That Sound
06 Wild Life
07 Bitter Tears
08 Need You Tonight
09 Mediate
10 Shine Like It Does
11 Faith In Each Other
12 Tiny Daggers
13 /Who Pays The Price
14 Listen Like Thieves > War
15 The Loved One
16 Lately
17 What You Need
18 New Sensation
19 Disappear
20 Kick

Disc Two:
01 Devil Inside
02 The Stairs
03 Original Sin
04 On My Way
05 Never Tear Us Apart
06 Dont Change


*Stevie Ray Vaughan 1981-07-11 Manor Downs Racetrack Manor, TX

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
"Texas Tornado Jam"
Manor Downs Racetrack
Manor, TX
July 11, 1981

(Unknown, Probably VHS Audio) > Flac (LVL 8)

1. Come On (Pt. III)
2. Look at Little Sister
3. Dirty Pool
4. Lovestruck Baby
5. You'll Be Mine
6. Manic Depression

Performance: It's a high profile gig for a young Stevie Ray Vaughan. As far as I know, this is Stevie's first television performance. Great to hear another Manic Depression.

Recording: The bass and the vocals are up front, the drums and guitar are on the back burner. There are some reception problems that interfere with the first track, but it cleans itself up nicely before too long.

Source: Unknown torrent seeder

*David Bowie 1974-06-16 O'Keefe Auditorium, Toronto, ON

David Bowie
O'Keefe Auditorium, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Evening show, 16 June 1974

Very good quality recording

CD-R > Audacity + mda_image > CD Wave > TLH > FLAC

CD 1

01 Intro
02 1984
03 Rebel Rebel
03 Moonage Daydream
04 Sweet Thing
05 Changes
06 Suffragette City
07 Aladdin Sane
08 All The Young Dudes
09 Cracked Actor
10 Rock ‘N’ Roll With Me

CD 2

01 Watch That Man   
02 Drive In Saturday
03 Space Oddity
04 Future Legend-Diamond Dogs
05 Panic In Detroit
06 Big Brother-Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family
07 Time
08 The Width Of A Circle   
09 The Jean Genie [fades out]

Great piano sound!

Despite any initial appearances, this is not the afternoon show. The same people that recorded this show recorded that one,
and in true wide stereo too. I do know of a better version than the bootleg version of that, which I am tracking down.

I have done some widening of the sound, that I feel has worked very well : it's always a compromise between clarity and
power, I tried a few different mixing techniques (it's in Audacity, and it always involves trial and error), and I'm
happy with the final result I reached.

Hope you enjoy this too.

Thanks to everyone involved in the recording and performance of this show! In particular David Bowie and his band -

Mike Garson (piano, mellotron), Earl Slick (lead guitar), Herbie Flowers (bass guitar), Tony Newman (drums), Pablo Rosario (percussion), David Sanborn (alto sax, flute), Richard Grando (baritone sax flute), Michael Kamen (electric piano, moog, oboe), Geoff McCormack and Gui Andrisano (backing vocals).


Rush 1979-04-06 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

Rush - Uniondale, NY '79
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 45:39,  71:04
Source: Audience
Date: April 6, 1979
Location: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY


01 - Anthem  4:43
02 - A Passage To Bangkok  3:56
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog  4:57
04 - Xanadu  12:39
05 - Something For Nothing  4:21
06 - The Trees  4:50
07 - Cygnus X-1  10:13


01 - Hemispheres  18:25
02 - Closer To The Heart  3:31
03 - Circumstances  3:52
04 - A Farewell To Kings  5:32
05 - La Villa Strangiato  10:12
06 - 2112  18:45
07 - Working Man  3:07
08 - Bastille Day  1:40
09 - In The Mood  2:44
10 - Drum Solo  3:16


*AC/DC 1977-09-17 Konserthuset Göteborg, Sweden

Band: AC/DC
Venue: Konserthuset
City: Göteborg
Country: Sweden
Date: September 17 1977
Taper: Unknown
Recording Equipment: Unknown
Tour: Let There Be Rock European Tour

Lineage: Trade > Tape > Philips standalone CD burner CDR777 > CDR > EAC "Secure Mode" > Wave > Traders Little Helper > Flac 6

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

***** Thought it was time to go back and share some vintage AC/DC. The band also played in Malmö, Stockholm & Örebro on this Tour.

This isn´t the best sounding recording but it´s an over 30 years old audience taping. *****


1.  Live Wire
2.  Problem Child
3.  Bad Boy Boogie
4.  Hell Ain´t A Bad Place To Be
5.  Dog Eat Dog
6.  Whole Lotta Rosie
7.  High Voltage
8.  Baby, Please Don´t Go
9.  I´m A Rocker

Bonus Track:

11. Interview Bon Scott **

**  Sports Arena, Toledo, OH October 2 1978


Friday, February 27, 2015

Guns N' Roses 1987-08-24 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, Canada

August 24th, 1987
Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, Canada

Lineage: uM > uR > ANA(?) > ? > CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Notes: Opening for The Cult.


1. It's So Easy [cuts in]
2. Anything Goes
3  Out Ta Get Me
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Nightrain
6. Welcome To The Jungle
7. My Michelle
8. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
9. You're Crazy
10.Paradise City


The Eagles 1973-03-20 BBC Television

The Eagles
Recorded for BBC Television

Source: Soundboard
Lineage: CD-R (trade) > EAC (secure) > FLAC compression level 8
Taped by: N/A
Transfered by: J-B0nd

Bootleg Title: Early Bird
File Size: 287 Meg FLAC compression level 8


 1.  Train Leaves Here This Morning (4:07)
 2.  (Whatever Happened To) Saturday Night? (3:45)
 3.  Peaceful Easy Feeling (4:40)
 4.  Certain Kind of Fool (3:40)
 5.  Early Bird (5:22)
 6.  Witchy Woman (5:36)
 7.  Take It Easy (5:31)
 8.  Out of Control (3:26)
 9.  Early Bird (alternate take) (8:24)
10. Already Gone (6:22)


BBC 1973 1 disc (10 tracks, Soundboard) Tracks 1-9: Recorded for BBC Television 3-20-73. track 10-BBC Television-Old Grey Whistle Test

From bootleg 'Early Bird'


The Eagles 1973-03-10 Voorburg, NL De Vliegermolen

 The Eagles
POPGALA 1973-03-10
Voorburg, NL
De Vliegermolen

Recorded from TV -> Reel to Reel machine ->
SoundForge -> CDWave -> FLAC

01-Eagles-Take It Easy
02-Eagles-Train Leaves Here This Morning
03-Eagles-Introducing the band
04-Eagles-Witchy Woman


*David Bowie 1974-06-08 The Capitol Theater Port Chester, NY

David Bowie - Dawn of the Dogs (1974) Flac [1cd]
Diamond Dogs Tour Rehearsals
The Capitol Theater
Port Chester, New York, USA
8th June 1974
Good/Fair Audience Recording
Artwork Included

Lineage: TradeCDR--> EAC(secure)--> Flac(Level8)--> HungerCity!


01. Moonage Daydream
02. Sweet Thing
03. Changes
04. Suffragette City
05. Aladdin Sane
06. All The Young Dudes
07. Diamond Dogs
08. Panic In Detroit
09. Big Brother
10. Time
11. The Jean Genie
12. Rebel Rebel / John I'm Only Dancing (Again) / Sorrow / Changes (Madison, Wisconsin 10th October 1974)


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

*INXS 1988-08-23 Hampton Coliseum Hampton Virgina

Hampton Virgina
Hampton Coliseum

Sony Recordable Walkman (External Sony WM Stereo Mic)
 > 2 Maxell XLII 90 > CDr > Nero EQ > wav > flac 8

01 - What You Need
02 - Guns In The Sky
03 - Tiny Daggers
04 - Mistify
05 - The Loved One
06 - Original Sin
07 - Shine Like It Does
08 - Wild Life
09 - Listen Like Thieves
10 - Falling Down the Mountain
11 - This Time
12 - Burn For You
13 - New Sensation
14 - Calling All Nations
15 - Devil Inside
16 - Kick
17 - Need You Tonite
18 - Meditate
19 - The Swing
20 - Never Tear Us Apart

 I photograph every show I attend. After meeting some tapers I thought
I'd give it a go. Sneaking a camera and a recorder in is not easy
and photography is what I rather do. I did enjoy it and taped several shows.
I will upload a few more later.

I think this tape came out great. It's better than average (imo).
And it sounds alot better than i expected.

I have never traded or given out a copy of this show.
It's truly uncirculated.
Until now.

Thanks to Dime for allowing me to share this.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Pearl Jam 2000-09-05 Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake Pittsburgh, PA(SV037 - "AWASH")

Pearl Jam
SV037 - "AWASH"
September 5, 2000
Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake: Pittsburgh, PA

Show Source: Official Bootleg #48 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed's Solo Preset Source: Schoeps CCM-4 > Beyer MV-100 pre-amp > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8 (15th row center) > dat > cdr > dEdit > flac

Preset Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

Ed's solo preset:
01 intro
02 Trouble (~)
03 Dead Man
04 Parting Ways (^)
05 Naked Eye (~)(^)

Pearl Jam main set:
06 Even Flow
07 Hail, Hail
08 Animal
09 Corduroy
10 Grievance
11 In My Tree
12 Nothing as it Seems
13 Light Years
14 Daughter/(Bull In The Heather)/(Androgynous Mind)
15 Leatherman
16 Better Man/(Save it for Later)
17 Sleight of Hand

01 Given to Fly
02 Last Exit
03 Rearviewmirror
04 I Got Shit
05 Black
06 Porch
07 encore
08 Breakerfall
09 Go
10 Once
11 Mankind
12 Elderly Woman...
13 Crazy Mary
14 Wash
15 I Got You (#)
16 Insignificance
17 Baba O'Riley (^)

(~) = Last time performed to this date.
(^) = Performed with Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, and Jim O'Rourke of Sonic Youth
(#) = Last time performed as a band to this date.

Recording Notes:
In order to fit the preset with the main set, the main set had to be retracked, basically adding a new cut inbetween "Sleight of Hand" and "Given to Fly". No fades were added so as to make it possible to reassemble the original bootleg if the preset was removed (the original bootleg order is disc 1 ends with "Rearviewmirror" and disc 2 starts with "I Got Shit"). The level of the preset was increased some up until the band kicks in during "Parting Ways", and then the whole preset was then normalized.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The 'Daughter' tag (Sonic Youth's 'Bull in the Heather') is a surprise. (This hasn't been tagged on 'Daughter' since the '96 tour and is more extended.) Ed runs off the stage during 'Daughter,' returning with a sheet of lyrics that he uses to sing the tag. The band is very manic tonight. Ed lets a fan in the front count off the "1,2,3,4" to open 'Porch' and Mike smashes a guitar. He tosses it up into the air, and then after it crashes to the ground, he picks it up and then smashes it to smithereens against a speaker. Ed throws himself full speed at the same speaker. Before the first encore, Ed says that it's usually the second to last show of the tour that's the best, but not this time -- the last show of the tour is the best one. During 'Go' Ed is running around centerstage backwards in a circle. Lots of glowstick throwing. Ed throws one from the stage to the upper half of the pavilion. Both Mike and Ed have their fun kicking beach balls into the crowd. Stone before 'Mankind': "All right, I'm gonna sing one!" 'I Got You' includes two band huddles, where they all strum each of their guitars trying to figure out the right notes for the song. After the first one, Ed says "I think we got it", only to have to meet again because they don't have it. Ed comes back, spreads his arms and says, "What the fuck?" At the conclusion, Stone quips, "Nothing like a little improv." He also says it had been a tough tour, but the fans are making it tough for him to quit. Members of Sonic Youth help out with 'Baba,' ending with Ed doing multiple Townshend jumps and windmills.

The Wash Story: Just before 'Crazy Mary,' Ed says that they are getting to the part of the show now where they were going to get a little crazy, "or to borrow from another Seattle band, they are going to go 'Crazy On You'" (a nod to Heart). Ed then mentions that there is a woman with a white umbrella, and he wants security to find her and to bring her down to the side of the stage. "She's OK; let her come on down." After 'Crazy Mary' Ed asks if they found the person with the umbrella (which they did - Pete went out to find her). So then the person (hi, Amy!!) is brought out from sidestage, and they have a private conversation, after which Ed says, "Hey everybody, this is Amy ... I asked her how many shows she's been to,'cause we've seen her at like the last 12 or 15. She said over a hundred. Oh my God (hugging Amy). And then Ed proceeds to take Stone's stool, and puts it down right next to his microphone, and sits her on that stool and they play 'Wash.' After the song, Ed introduces her to all of the band members; Mike hugs her, Stone kisses her and she has a brief chat with all of them.

This is being distributed by in tandem with, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at

Compiled by spacedvest on 1/10/04.


Rush 1979-03-10 The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Fl

Rush - Hollywood Kings
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 68:56, 53:22
Source: Audience
Date: March 10, 1979
Location: The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA


01 - Intro / Anthem
02 - A Passage To Bangkok
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog
04 - Xanadu
05 - Something For Nothing
06 - The Trees
07 - Cygnus X-1
08 - Hemispheres
09 - Closer To The Heart


01 - Circumstances
02 - A Farewell To Kings
03 - La Villa Strangiato
04 - 2112
05 - Working Man / Bastille / Mood / Drum Solo / Working Man Reprised


Monday, February 23, 2015

Dire Straits 1978-03-18 Paris Theatre London, England

Dire Straits
"Lady Love"
Paris Theatre
London, England
March 18, 1978

Lobster CD 023 - SB 5

Track List:
Down to the Waterline
Water of Love
Wild West End
Sultans of Swing
Down to the Waterline (*)
Once Upon a Time in the West (*)
Lady Writer (*)
Sultans of Swing (*)
Eastbound Train (*)

(*) Attributed as "San Francisco, 1980" on cover art. This is incorrect, these tracks actually recorded in San Francisco, California on March 31, 1979

Geetarz Comments:

Again here we have a rarity from the early days of ROIO CDs, on the defunct Lobster label.

This is a nice soundboard, and one of the earliest available, a key part of any DS collection.

Silver > CD-R > LiteOn iHAP322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Offset Correct @ +6,0,24 bytes) > FLAC (Level 8) > You !

Artwork, checksums, and info file included.


~Geetarz, November 2009


Guns N' Roses 1987-08-19 CNE Grandstand, Toronto, Canada

Guns N' Roses 1987-08-19  CNE Grandstand, Toronto, Canada

Lineage: uM > uR > analog gen ? > CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > dED > WAV > FLAC

Notes: The original source ran way too fast, so I speedcorrected it using WavMerge and Cool Edit Pro (Feb 2009).


1. It's So Easy
2. Anything Goes
3. Out Ta Get Me
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Nighttrain   
6. Welcome To The Jungle
7. Knockin' On Heaven's Door   
8. My Michelle
9. You're Crazy
10. Paradise City 


*Elton John 1972-05-03 Athletic & Convocation Center, Notre Dame U., South Bend, IN

Elton John
1972-05-03 Athletic & Convocation Center, Notre Dame U., South Bend, IN

01 Tiny Dancer
02 Susie
03 Border Song
04 Levon
05 Your Song
06 Can I Put You On
07 Holiday Inn
08 Rocket Man
09 Country Comfort
10 Madman Across the Water
11 Take Me to the Pilot
12 Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On

First attempt at cobbling together the two in-ciruclation versions of this soundboard recording.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

*Cheap Trick 1979-02-03 Liverpool University Liverpool UK

 Cheap Trick 1979-02-03 Liverpool University Liverpool UK
This was a concert by Cheap Trick at Liverpool University February 3rd and broadcast by Radio City in Liverpool on 19th February 1979.


FM>cassette>27 years>wav>flac

I was going to call this "Would you clap louder if I was Ritchie Blackmore?" since that is what the guitarist says in frustration as he gave it his all, only to be greeted by tepid applause.

I think they got spoiled by the enthusiastic Japanese fans on the Budokan tour!

Highlight for me was when they were joined on stage by Dave Edmunds

The tracks broadcasted were

1 Stiff Competition
2 On Top of the World
3 Big Eyes
4 Ain't That A Shame
5 Let It Rock (with Dave Edmunds)
6 Promised Land (with Dave Edmunds)
7 Need Your Love
8 I Want You to Want Me
9 California Man
10 Surrender

There is also a  tape flip on Promised Land that I did not try to correct, but I removed the silence to make it slighly less jarring

I have used some software tools to enhanced the sound, to make it sound listenable to my ears, but if you are not a fan of such electronic processing please do not download.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

*Squeeze 1981-05-15 Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, UK

Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, UK
May 15, 1981

Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert #1014
London Wavelength's Limited Broadcast Week of December 18, 1983

Lineage: Original pre-FM vinyl > Audacity > Wav > Flac

01. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Intro
02. Take Me I'm Yours
03. Another Nail In My Heart
04. Separate Beds
05. Slightly Drunk
06. Out Of Touch
07. I Think I'm Go Go
08. Is That Love
09. Heaven
10. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Break
11. Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)
12. Yap Yap Yap
13. Slap and Tickle
14. Cool For Cats
15. Up The Junction
16. Messed Around
17. Goodbye Girl
18. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Outro

Total time

Paul Carrack - keyboards, vocals
Glenn Tilbrook - lead guitar, keyboards, vocals
Chris Difford - rhythm guitar, vocals
John Bentley - bass, backing vocals
Gilson Lavis - drums

This is Squeeze back in 1981, and to make you feel as old as I do, this concert was performed a couple of years after 'Cool For Cats' was released, and almost a year after Jools Holland left the band, you know the score 'oh how time flies'.

This includes some of the best Squeeze songs from their early years, and goes to show just how good a live act they have always been.

'Too Many Teardrops' and 'I've Returned' are missing from the original BBC recording, otherwise it is the full concert recording.

Cue sheet and disc label scans are included.

Guns N' Roses 1987-08-17 Verdun Auditorium, Montreal, Canada

GUNS N' Roses

August 17th 1987

Verdun Auditorium, Montreal, Canada

Lineage: uM > uR > analog gen ? > CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > FLAC


1. Out Ta Get Me
2. Anything Goes
3. It's So Easy
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Nighttrain   
6. Welcome To The Jungle
7. My Michelle   
8. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
9. You're Crazy
10. Paradise City [cut]


David Bowie 1973-10-18-20 Marquee Club London, England

David Bowie - Ziggy's Final Farewell 1973

David Bowie 1973-10-18-20 Marquee Club London, England

Label & Number: RATTLE SNAKE RS 131/32
Released: 2003
Source: Studio outtakes
Linage: Silver disc > EAC > Flac (level unknown)
Discs: 2
Artwork: Included
Bonus: Konrads 1965
Quality: Very Good ++

Quality Ranking: Fair / Good / Very Good / Excellent



Disc one
1.Sorrow (Mix)
2.Dialogue (Bowie & Amanda Lear)
3.Time (Take 1)
4.Time (Take 2)
5.Time (Mix)
6.Everything's Alright (Take 1)
7.Everything's Alright (Take 3)
8.Everything's Alright (Take 4)
9.Everything's Alright (Mix)
10.Space Oddity (Take 2)
11.Space Oddity (Mix)
12.I Can't Explain (Take 1)
13.I Can't Explain (Take 2)
14.The Jean Genie (Take 2)
15.The Jean Genie (Take 3)

Disc two
1.The Jean Genie (Mix)
2.1984 (Take 1)
3.1984 (Take 2)
4.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Take 3)
5.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Take 4)
6.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Mix)
7.I Got You Babe (Take 2) / I Got You Babe (Mix)

Removed all Kon Rad’s Singles from torrent
Bonus (Kon-Rad’s1963)
8.The Better I Know
9.Now I'm On My Way
10.Baby It's Too Late
11.I'm Over You
12.Judgement Day
13.I Don't Know How Much
14.I Thought Of You Last Night


Files checked with Trader´s Little Helper
No errors occurred

Md5 created with Trader´s Little Helper
Included in torrent

Original info file (Notes.txt)
Included in torrent


AC/DC 1977-09-07 WEA / WSHE Industry Gathering 4 O'Clock Club Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

WEA / WSHE Industry Gathering
4 O'Clock Club
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Sept 7 1977

"Lauderdale Larrikins"
art included

Lineage: CD-R (Included with LP) -> FLAC 8
Tracks 1 - 3:  8/10
Tracks 4 - 8: 8.5/10

Live Wire
Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be
Whole Lotta ROsie
The Jack
Problem Child
Baby Please Dont Go

Here's a nice rare Bon Show from top source to surface as of 2006. A lot of confusion around the date of this show so heres the low down
for You history more confusion

Aug 4 Gainesville, FL (Dubs) -Canceled-
Aug 5 West Palm Beach, FL (Auditorium) Opening for REO Speedwagon (Audience audio avail)
Aug 6 Jacksonville, FL (Coliseum) Co-Headline with REO Speedwagon (no audio ever circulated ;<)
Aug 7 Hollywood, FL (Sportatorium) "A Day For The Kids" charity gig with WSHE (no audio ever circulated ;<)

In Early August 1977, while in Florida on the Summer US Let There Be Rock tour, the band played 3 of 4 shows scheduled with the last being
an opening slot at the Hollywood Sporatorium with some 16,000 in attendance (Big Exposure for a little band). The event covered by local news
raised awareness of The Day For The Kids MS event.


INXS 1988-06-03 Great Western Forum Inglewood,CA


D3 Cassette Master -> Untracked Aiff File -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. Kick
02. Guns In The Sky
03. Tiny Daggers
04. Mystify
05. The Loved One
06. Original Sin
07. Shine Like It Does
08. Wild Life
09. Listen Like Thieves
10. Never Tear Us Apart
11. New Sensation
12. Soul Mistake
13. Kiss The Dirt
14. This Time
15. Burn For You
16. That One Thing
17. Calling All Nations
18. What You Need
19. Need You Tonight
20. Mediate
21. Devil Inside
22. Don't Change
23. Good Times (cuts)


Grateful Dead 1970-12-23 Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Grateful Dead - December 23, 1970
Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
(d1t01 - d1t06) SBD -> Master Reel -> CD -> FLAC
(d1t07 - d1t11) SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Cassette -> FLAC

Transfer Info:
FLAC -> Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 27, 2012

-- Cumberland Blues is cut during last verse
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

d1t01 - Tuning/Stage Banter
d1t02 - Deep Elem Blues
d1t03 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t04 - I'm A King Bee
d1t05 - Me And My Uncle
d1t06 - Cumberland Blues//
d1t07 - Me And Bobby McGee
d1t08 - Dire Wolf
d1t09 - Good Lovin'
d1t10 - Casey Jones ->
d1t11 - Uncle John's Band


Dire Straits 1978-07-04 Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK

Dire Straits 1978-07-04 Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK

1. Down To The Waterline
2. Six Blade Knife
3. In the Gallery
4. Eastbound Train
5. Water of Love
6. Portobello Belle
7. Wild West End
8. Lions
9. What's The Matter Baby
10. Me And My Friends
11. Sultans of Swing
12. Real Girl
13. Nadine
14. Southbound Again

Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK, 4th July 1978.

Additional coments:
Audience recording from Barbarella's in Birmingham 1978, medium sound quality. Complete show and some very rare songs, for example an ultra rare version of Me And My Friends, Real Girl and also one of the earliest versions of Portobello Belle. They also play the cover song Nadine.


Rush 1979-03-10 The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Fl

Rush - Held Hostage In Hollywood
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 68:58, 53:20
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 31079-4
Source: Audience (Analog Master)
Date: March 10, 1979
Location: The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA


01 - Anthem   4:18
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   3:55
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:43
04 - Xanadu   12:04
05 - Something For Nothing   4:28
06 - The Trees   4:56
07 - Cygnus X-1   10:28
08 - Hemispheres   19:38
09 - Closer To The Heart   3:28


01 - Circumstances   4:13
02 - A Farewell To Kings   5:52
03 - La Villa Strangiato   10:25
04 - 2112   19:47
05 - Working Man   3:34
06 - Bastille Day   1:43
07 - In The Mood   2:41
08 - Drum Solo   5:05


Friday, February 20, 2015

Guns N' Roses 1987-06-28 The Marquee Club, London, England

June 28 (Sunday), 1987
The Marquee Club, London, England

June 19, 1987 - June 28, 1987

1. Welcome To The Jungle 4:57
2. Out Ta Get Me 4:56
3. Rocket Queen 7:10
4. Nightrain 3:59
5. My Michelle 4:22
6. It's So Easy 3:29
7. Mr. Browstone 4:02
8. Don't Cry 5:10
9. You're Crazy 4:25
10. Paradise City 6:51
- 1st encore -
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
11. Whole Lotta Rosie 7:37
- 2nd encore -
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:37
13. Move To The City 3:18
14. Mama Kin 4:22

Total running time: 1:09:15

Excellent Soundboard recording
Lineage: SBD > Alan Niven master remastered > CDR > DBPOWERAMP > WAV > Flac
Lineage: SBD > Silver bootleg CD "Live Samurai - Vol 2" > EAC > WAV > Flac

The most complete recording of this legendary show, - only missing the first take of "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" - comes from the remastered Alan Niven master in addition with "Whole Lotta Rosie" restored to its worthy place taken from the bootleg "Live Samurai - Vol 2" as only this version proved to be the one suited in the sound quality presented by the main source. Another bootleg offering this show, titled "London Calling" was released by Metal Sword in 2006 and is based on the original master recording as provided by Alan Niven - also lacking "Whole Lotta Rosie". This is sourced from the same master recording, only it has been remastered and mixed at some point with additional (fake) audience noise. Originally uploaded by GNR4EVER69. - Buda

NOTES - As it turned out, Guns N' Roses' third and last show at the Marquee proved to be one of their most successful appearances the band ever gave with absolutely breathtaking performances following one after the other. The band is in peak form and playing in total unison resulting a slick and professional show. It's also a rare opportunity at a Guns concert for both performers and audience to interact and expand with each other and tonight both enjoyed the opportunity to really get into things.
As they walk out on stage, Duff welcomes the crowd "The Marquee, huh?!" while Axl shouts at them "How the fuck are you doing?" as if to say hello, then adds: "Welcome to the fuckin' jungle!" They pull off a vigourus and highly energetic version with Axl clearly singing out all the high notes and more. From then on they took control and didn't stop for a mere hour of glorious ear-splitting rock. "That's gonna be our next single!" Axl states as the song finishes off. After the opening attack he dedicates 'Out Ta Get Me'... "to the press, that don't like us!" He sings with great frenzy, emphasizing every given line. After the boistorous performance - which was later released on the "Live Are: '87-'93" double live album, - Axl goes on: "You people are fuckin' great! Now... about the press! That's why I wore this shirt. This shirt says... 'Opinions are like assholes. Everyone's got one'. Think about that next time you fuckin' put someone down or I'll kick your ass! This song is called Rocket Queen!" The only live attempt of the song during these Marquee shows comes early with a rousing and passionate performance dominated with its emotional second part much to the crowd's apprecitation. Then Axl informs the audience about the developments of his latest affairs: "If you happened to be at the last show..." to which the crowd answers with a big approval "...alright, anywhere else you may have heard about the shit that went down with Tower Records. I'm happy to announce it, everything has been sorted out. Got me a nice new jacket here you know... Tower Records is okay! This next song is for everybody out there who likes to drink a little too much. ... This is called Nightrain." The performance is tight and full of frenzy with all the members playing it exceptionally well. Instead of band introductions, Axl introduces his collegaues one by one during the coming songs' peak. Slash gets his right before his guitar solo in 'Rocket Queen'. Izzy's name is thrown in during 'Nightrain' also before Slash's going into his solo. In the beginning of 'My Michelle' which follows directly after 'Nightrain' Axl tells that... "You gotta be careful when you do too much of that cocaine and you're going end up like my friend Michelle." Axl: "Alright, I got some special news for you people... If you waited in the line, you might have saw a truck outside. We're recording you fuckers, tonight! The last two shows had been so much fun and you people have been so responsive that the record company decided it would be stupid not to record the show! Because of you! I wanna thank you for helping me make another fuckin' record! God-damn! Alright this is our single at the time now... This is called It's So Easy." The performance is received with great admiration and is even more intense than previously with Duff being louder on vocals and with Slash's impeccable playing which in all marks again one of the definitve highlights of the night. Someone shouts at Axl who forwards it to the audience: "He just told me something I didn't know. He said that London is rocking now..." then adds... "and if you need to come down of that cocaine maybe you get too involved with some' called heroin. This is called Mr. Brownstone." The performance is once again amazing and seems that the band can perform it blindfolded. Undoubtedly, tonight's surprise - dedicated by Slash to the band's road manager, Colin Gardner who's turning thirty-five - is an inspired version of 'Don't Cry' which the band has been playing occasionially for more than a year now and which is the very first GN'R tune penned by Slash and Izzy (first known performance dates back to January 18, 1986 at the Roxy in Hollywood, CA). Most of the show, as Axl is very much involved with the music, he's omni-present on the small stage - spinning, turning, dropping to his knees... the perfect foil for him to narcissistically weave between. It's no different with the following 'You're Crazy' which is merely vicious with the Gunners rolling at a remarkable speed. Axl: "Give us a minute with the guitars here... I wanna dedicate this song to you people of these last three shows... and bloody old England! This is called Paradise City!" Duff remarks: "You know what? I travelled six thousand fuckin' miles and there's no fuckin' circus at Picadilly. What the fuck?!" This drew some cheers but a heckler interjects something negative which earns a "Fuckin' asshole!" in return from Axl. 'Paradise City' is pompous and terrific. It's incredibly loud yet at the same time sparklingly clear with Slash chopping recklessly at the chords during the end. Axl finishes adding: "Thank you! Thank you Marquee! Fuck it!" GN'R leaves the stage to have some drinks and before they return to perform their encore, the crowd begins a football-like chant which later melts into a chant for 'Mama Kin'. Then, Duff returns to the stage and his respond follows: "Just give us a minute to tune up the guitars, we'll be back! Fuckin' make some NOISE!!!" They began with 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door', then follow with AC/DC's 'Whole Lotta Rosie'. The band pull off the later with an amazing credibility to overwhelming success. As a result, the original UK "Welcome to the Jungle" single was backed with this performance. Before the second encore the audience starts to whistle, hoot and holler to sound their impatience.  A minute later Duff asks the crowd "Hey, what the hell is a fuckin' bogroll?! I haven't figured fuckin' one out yet." Then Slash pipes up: "Alright, check it out, due to circumstances beyond our control you guys weren't loud enough so we're doing Heaven's Door one more fuckin' time!" Somebody yells in to which he prompts: "Yeah?! Well, then make some fuckin' noise!" The audience responds with overwhelming reaction. "Otherwise we play it again! We can go the whole fuckin' night!" then adds "If you guys sing along long enough during Heaven's Door we'll be doing Mama Kin last, alright?" When the tune starts Axl acknowledges that "You're part of history here!" right before Steven crashes in - whose overall performance during these Marquee appearances is seemingly the most effective the band could have had. The performance countinues to improve with every attempt they make along with Axl's more confident vocals. This version features a bit of an extended ending where he pushes himself so much that it feels like he's literaly singing his heart out at various points. 'Move The City' is fabulous and very much dominated with Slash's amazingly fluent and dynamic solo freed from his seemingly endless capacity of licks. 'Mama Kin' is a worthy set closer, a song that is rapidly becoming a live favourite. When it was over, the audience couldn't let their band go. The good rapport which had developed tonight between them has reached its climax. "You've been great London, we love you man!" Duff shouts at them as Slash snorts in the mic: "Yeah!" The crowd countinued to worship the band which made it hard to get off the stage. Duff: "Okay, goodbye!" Then Axl bids on a farewell: "You people been absolutely fuckin' great to us here or anywhere! We will be seeing you in September with Aerosmith! GOD DAMN!" They finished big and the crowd unwound with them. A triumphant way to end their European debut.

Despite that little variations occur in the set-lists, performing 19 different songs, total of 39 live renditions on three gigs proved to be worthy enough - in addition that GN'R didn't play 'Sweet Child O' Mine' nor 'Think About You' during their Marquee performances. Still, essentially the set for each night was as powerful as rock and roll ever gets as not one set was performed in the same manner and the delivery of the songs is never twice the same. - Buda


Grateful Dead 1970-06-06 Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA

Grateful Dead - June 6, 1970
Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA
**Acoustic Set Only**

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v9.11 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
May 30, 2010

-- This is all that I have from the Acoustic Set
-- Last 4 songs missing

Acoustic Set:
d1t01 - Introduction
d1t02 - Don't Ease Me In
d1t03 - The Frozen Logger
d1t04 - Friend Of The Devil
d1t05 - Candyman
xxxxx - Deep Elem Blues
xxxxx - Cumberland Blues
xxxxx - Wake Up Little Susie
xxxxx - New Speedway Boogie


Thursday, February 19, 2015

Rush 1979-02-03 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Oh

Rush - Dedication PE
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 70:02, 52:20
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-20379
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: February 3, 1979
Location: Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio, USA


01 - Anthem   4:59
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   3:59
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:39
04 - Xanadu   12:23
05 - Something For Nothing   4:10
06 - The Trees   5:06
07 - Cygnus X-1   10:42
08 - Hemispheres   19:36
09 - Closer To The Heart   3:28


01 - Circumstances   4:11
02 - A Farewell To Kings   5:55
03 - La Villa Strangiato   10:27
04 - 2112   18:36
05 - Working Man   3:26
06 - Bastille Day   1:45
07 - In The Mood   2:27
08 - Drum Solo   5:13


David Bowie 1973-07-03 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England

David Bowie - His Master's Voice (David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars' Last Stand featuring Jeff Beck)
Hammersmith Odeon, London, England. July 3th 1973
Label: Living Legend LRCD 116
Audio Source: soundboard
Lineage: Silver --> EAC --> WAV --> FLAC 8 --> MWP
Number of Discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 49m 10s

Notes: The sound quality is quite good, being a soundboard recording from the early seventies. Unfortunately there are a couple of glitches throughout the disc that are on my original.

Interestingly this disc is reviewed on the excellent Bassman site ( but although the serial number and the artwork are exactly the same and I am absolutely certain I have an original silver, his tracklisting differs from mine. The tracklisting on the depicted artwork there shows the actual tracks on my disc and does include the "orgy instuctions" and not "Rebel Rebel" and "Panic in Detroit" as Bassman claims.

Info: An interesting read about this last Ziggy concert is to be found at The Ziggy Stardust Companion (
The Jeff Beck tracks were never officially released due to royalty/copyright issues.


01) Introduction/Hang On To Yourself  3:16
02) The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud  3:19
03) All The Young Dudes  1:34
04) Oh! You Pretty Things  1:44
05) Moonage Daydream  6:18
06) Changes  3:42
07) Space Oddity  4:47
08) Orgy Instructions*/Time  8:02
09) Suffragette City  3:18
10) The Jean Genie**  4:47
11) Love Me Do**/Farewell Speech  4:05
12) Rock'n'Roll Suicide  4:12

* First 2 minutes is a spoken instruction on how to organize a Wicca Orgy. Don't ask me why.
** Featuring Jeff Beck


Pearl Jam 1998-08-26 Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH(SV034 - "My City Was Gone")

Pearl Jam
SV034 - "My City Was Gone"
August 26, 1998
Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Source: 2-source mix: [Schoeps CMC6 + MK4 > Sonosax pre-amp > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8 (first song: Sonic Studios DSM13 > PA-6LC > Sony PCM-M1)] + [unknown source] > cdr > flac
Soundcheck Source: Sonic Studios DSM13 > PA-6LC > Sony PCM-M1 > cdr > flac

Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 Hail Hail
02 Animal
03 Given to Fly
04 Corduroy
05 MFC
06 Immortality
07 Footsteps
08 Even Flow
09 Jeremy
10 In Hiding
11 Daughter/(My City Was Gone)/(W.M.A.)
12 Brain of J
13 Rearviewmirror
14 Better Man
15 Wishlist
16 Alive

01 Elderly Woman...
02 Do the Evolution
03 Leatherman
04 Black
05 Baba O'Riley
06 Yellow Ledbetter

07 Black Diamond (instrumental)
08 Noise of Carpet (instrumental)
09 Noise of Carpet
10 Leatherman
11 Off He Goes
12 Red Mosquito

Show Notes (thanks to fivehorizons):
Ed starts the show by arriving onstage via skateboard. 'Immortality' is renamed by people at the show as "Matt Fuckin' Cameron" due to his stellar work on this number. Ed notes, "... we're on our way to Philadelphia tomorrow ... and we haven't played there in a long time. We're going to have to get out of here early to be sure we get there in time ... it's a long drive." The crowd boos and Ed laughs and continues, "I'm just fuckin' with you. You like to be fucked with, right?" 'My City Was Gone' is by the Pretenders, who are from Ohio (Akron to be precise), and is a song about Cleveland. After 'Black,' Ed mentions that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is in Cleveland: "Earlier this evening, I know you've got a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...we drove by it, I don't know who runs the place, but...those people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones..." Jeff interrupts, saying: "And where's the fucking Iggy exhibit, goddamn it!" Ed chuckles: "So what I was gonna say, was, it's right by the airport, but we're a lot closer tonight, having Iggy Pop here, standing right here ... let's just say next time we play here, it could be a year, maybe two...we hope, if it happens... if Iggy's not in yet, after the show, we're all gonna go down there and blow the place up...speaking of the hall of fame [he holds up a sign saying 'Baba'] - the WHO!" and the band busts into 'Baba O'Riley.' [The Stooges, Iggy's first band, were recently nominated to the HOF, but did not get in.] 'Wishlist' ends with the "radio song" verse, but instead of saying "I guess it never stops" he says "I guess it has to stop". Jeff comes out for 'Yellow Ledbetter' wearing a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey with Shawn Kemp's name and uniform number on the back.

This is being distributed by, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at
Compiled by spacedvest on 10/26/03.


Mike Watt 1995-05-06 The Metro Chicago, IL(SV033 - "RINGSPIEL")

Mike Watt
May 6, 1995
The Metro: Chicago, IL

Source: VHS(m) SBD > ANA > DAT > Cool Edit > CDR(2) > EACb4 > FLAC

Digital Editing: Unknown
Encoding/Retracking: nmc
Artwork: nmc


01 Walking the Cow
02 Big Train
03 Formal Introduction
04 Against the 70's
05 Drove up from Pedro
06 Habit
07 Makin' the Freeway
08 Chinese Firedrill
09 Piss-Bottle Man
10 Forever - One Reporter's Opinion
11 E-Ticket Ride
12 Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing
13 Coincidence is Either Hit or Miss
14 The Red and the Black
15 Secret Garden
16 Powerful Hankerin'


TRT: 60:33

Mike Watt - bass, vocals
Dave Grohl - drums, guitar on three songs, backup vocals
Eddie Vedder - guitar left, backup vocals, lead vocals on 'Habit'
Pat Smear - guitar right, backup vocals, lead vocals on 'Secret Garden'
William Goldsmith - drums

Song Credits:
'Walking the Cow' is a Daniel Johnston song (from 'Continued Story' album, covered by fIREHOSE on 'Flyin' the Flannel' album)
'Formal Introduction' & 'Powerful Hankerin' are fIREHOSE songs (from 'Mr. Machinery Operator' album)
'Makin' the Freeway' is a fIREHOSE song (from 'If'n' album)
'Political Song' is a Minuteman song (from 'Double Nickels on the Dime' album)
'Habit' is a Pearl Jam song (from 'No Code' album)
'The Red and the Black' is a Blue Oyster Cult song (from 'Tyranny and Mutation' album)
'Secret Garden' is a Madonna song (from 'Erotica' album)

Audio Notes:
This recording comes from a pro-shot video master of the show, in which an audio copy was traded
to a friend of a camera man on tape, cleaned up with Cool Edit, and put to CD.
There is a slight skip before track 8 begins (present on original copy), and a few audio shifts
periodically throughout the show that are only noticeable if you have headphones on.

Show Notes:
This was one of the shows on Mike Watt's 'Ringspiel' tour in April-May of 1995, supported by the then
newly-formed Foo Fighters (of which Grohl, Smear, and Goldsmith were in) and Hovercraft (which featured Vedder
on drums and his then-wife Beth Liebling).  By the end of the tour, Eddie had stopped playing with the
Watt crew because his presence became a distraction with fans only showing up to see him.  It's almost
impossible to tell who is playing what instrument, it's just a great rock show.

Notable on these shows is the premier of the song 'Habit,' which was yet to be premiered by Pearl Jam.
It was eventually played a handful of times the rest of the 1995 PJ tour, but it is not known if
it was written before or during the 'Ringspeil' tour.


This is being distributed by, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existence.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at

Originally compiled by NMC 5/31/04


Dire Straits 1978-04-19 Chester, England

 Dire Straits 1978-04-19 Chester, England

This is a soundboard recording, excellent sound.

Set list:

1. Introduction
2. Down To The Waterline
3. Six Blade Knife
4. In The Gallery
5. Eastbound Train
6. Water Of Love
7. Lions
8. Sultans Of Swing
9. Wild West End 


*AC/DC 1977-09-03 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA

ACDC 1977-09-03 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, California (killerwolf13 cassette transfer)

Contrast clause:
All the versions I've downloaded or have come across are only about 60 minutes with different cuts or fade outs or 2 sourced.
I personally bought this cassette from a DJ's garage sale in San Francisco. I took DETAILED notes & compared them to other versions of this show.

This may not be the best sounding version, but seems to me to be more complete version. Even without the encore/dj break. See detailed notes below.

I, killerwolf13 personally did the transfer from cassette to flac & wanted to share with other Bon Scott era AC/DC fans!

Check samples posted in comments.


Old Waldorf,
San Francisco, California
September 3, 1977

KSAN Radio Broadcast in San Francisco, California

(Unknown cassette generation if any)

TDK IECI/TYPE I Normal Position D90 minute cassette > Sony Power Drive Woofer player > CDWave > Flac > Dime Sept. 2012

Total time for show 71:33 minutes + 10:01 for interview 81:34 minutes.

01. upcoming shows & introduction    (00:53)*
02. Live Wire                        (06:56)
03. Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be     (04:27)
04. Up To My Neck In You             (09:17)
05. Kicked in the Teeth              (05:04)
06. The Jack                         (11:46)
07. Whole Lotta Rosie                (05:23)*

(Tape Flip - no music missing)

08. High Voltage                     (06:28)*
09. Baby Please Don't Go             (09:55)
10. KSAN DJ crowd waits for encore   (05:15)*
11. Problem Child                    (06:04)*

Bonus track KSJO 1979-07-21 Live Wire Interview with Angus Young & Bon Scott, Oakland, CA July 21 1979

12. Interview 1979-07-21 Angus & Bon (10:01)


killerwolf13 bootleg notes.

I know there are MANY versions of this bootleg.

I could NOT find ANY info about a KSAN female DJ talking over the crowd during the encore.

Still trying to figure out if it was a live broadcast or a few days later.

I did my best on taking notes on the DJ's comments during the encore break to try to confirm the broadcast.

I also checked for errors or notes made by others on other bootlegs of this show.

I listened to "Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be" in CDwave 10 times & could not see or hear any alter in sound & no slight repeated parts.

There is NO cut before  "The Jack" the only cuts I noted & listed detailed notes below.

There is No fade out of "Baby Please Don't Go" Song is complete & goes into 5 + minutes of crowd waiting for encore.

Which I made a separate track of the crowd waiting for encore with the DJ talk during the break.

Confirmation of 2nd night:
At the beginning of "The Jack" Bon says "Gonorrhea just had my 2nd dose. One Last night, one tonight."
AC/DC only played  2 nights at the Old Waldorf Sept. 2 & 3, 1977 in San Francisco.

-------------------------------track by track notes for this killerwolf13 VERSION-------------------------------------

*These are the only noted cuts below I could find, as I listened & watched the wav file in cdwave format when splitting tracks.

*Cuts into the house announcer on 1st track.
*Cut after "Whole Lotta Rosie" (cut due to tape flip) No music missing > "High Voltage
*After the 5+ minutes of the crowd waiting for the encore there's a cut > Problem Child

* 01. House announcer starts at "Tonight, I'd like to tell you what's coming up...announces many shows & then AC/DC >

* Right after "Whole Lotta Rosie" is the tape music missing

* Starts back with crowd & Bon saying "Donna?" > "This ones called High Voltage Rock & Roll" > High Voltage

Baby Please Don't Go - DOES NOT FADE OUT on this version. The only Fade out is after Problem child.

* KSAN female dj talks over the crowd who's waiting for encore. Confirms Old Waldolf...Long wait...Show brought to you by Atlantic Records.
DJ keeps talking while crowd waits...Bonnie Simmons today drawing earlier today which is going to be played back to us, actually this evening.
AC/DC at the Old Waldorf in San Francisco on KSAN...I guess they'll have to clap harder.
Bob MaClay said the Police were even having a good time at the Old Waldorf...How's your tape recorder? Mine's fine...
They're getting back on the stage AC/DC live at the old Waldorf brought to you by Atlantic Records.
DJ "Remember Woodstock?" then tape cut. >

* Bon "Thank You" Angus yells 'Get off your asses', Bon says 'Don't mind these seats, they're for standing on' before Problem Child.
after "Problem Child" > Bon "See you all later, Thank You" tape fades > ends

Talk about small clubs & then played 80,000 people today. Angus jokes with Bon of getting Old.
played Arizona 3 weeks ago for 2,000  & today 75,000 Day on the Green
New producer - Last studio lp Powerage 1 year since new album out.
Highway to Hell played at the Day on the Green show, even though lp wasn't out yet. Talk about "Get it Hot"


Interview could also be the same...just don't have it to compare at least I posted duration of tracks & interview:*DC-nom_album-C'Est_si_Bon-l-en.html

Cleveland, Music Hall 20.5 1979 - CDr - Soundquality: I´d rate this one 7 - 7,5 out of 10.
1. Live Wire - 2. Problem Child - 3. Sin City - 4. Bad Boy Boogie - 5. Highway To Hell - 6. She´s Got The Jack - 7. I´m A Rocker - 8. Whole Lotta Rosie
Bonus Tracks: 9. Live Wire Interview with Angus Young & Bon Scott, Oakland, CA July 21 1979 - 10. Clip with Angus Young 1984

Bonnie Simmons was mentioned during the crowd/encore break & I as trying to figure out if it was a LIVE broadcast or a rebroadcast a few days later.
Bonnie has been programming her mix of singer/songwriter folk, rock, soul, country, and R&B on KPFA since the late 1980’s. One of the best loved personalities of Bay Area music radio, she was raised in New York, and then moved to San Francisco from Denver in 1968 and became a pioneer of free form radio.
During her eight years, from 1970 to 1978, at the legendary KSAN, she was program music director and disc jockey.
After leaving KSAN, she worked at Warner Bros, promoting Prince as well as the first Dire Straits and Rickie Lee Jones albums, amongst others, and also worked at Hightone Records. She moved in and out of radio at KFOG, LIVE 105, KOFY-FM, KVRE, KDBK “Double 99” and KUSF.
As the Audio Director for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, she created the disc jockey audio exhibit and many of the exhibits involving sound at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
On a local level, Bonnie spent several years working as a sandwich-maker at Ozzie's Soda Fountain in Berkeley, and currently hosts her eclectic weekly show on KPFA.
Bonnie managed the band Cake for eight years, and represented Noe Venable and Etienne de Rocher for many years. For the past nine years she has spent a lot of her time working on the three day free music festival in Golden Gate Park, Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, and currently serves as the Executive Director for the Bill Graham Foundation.


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

*Pearl Jam 1996-10-02 Meadows Music Theatre Hartford, CT(SV032 - "A Riot in the Meadows")

Pearl Jam
SV032 - "A Riot in the Meadows"
Meadows Music Theatre
Hartford, CT

Source: [ALD > DAT > bootleg CD > CDR1 > .WAV > dEdit] +
    [Sonic Studios > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT1 > .WAV > dEdit] > SHN

Mixing and Editing: Bill Graham
Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 Intro
02 Long Road
03 Hail Hail
04 Animal
05 Last Exit
06 In My Tree
07 Corduroy
08 Better Man
09 Not For You
10 Jeremy
11 Red Mosquito
12 Black
13 Rearviewmirror
14 Lukin
15 Small Town

01 State of Love and Trust
02 Footsteps
03 Alive
04 Blood/(Fame)/(Noise of Carpet)
05 Porch
06 encore 1
07 Who You Are
08 Even Flow
09 Daughter/(The Real Me)/(WMA)
10 Leaving Here
11 Present Tense
12 encore 2
13 Yellow Ledbetter

Show Notes (thanks to fivehorizons):
Great long show with a very talkative Ed. During 'Not For You' Ed talks about the meaning of the song, saying it's not directed towards fans, but "a different entity ... someone who thinks they're more important than the people making the music; the people listening to the music; or the music itself. And this is just a reminder that they're not." 'Alive' is started and stopped, because of technical problems. Ed sings 'Footsteps', while everything is straightened out. Part of the fence comes down during 'Blood' and a near riot ensues. (In reality, when the barrier came down, security guards began using pepper spray. The wind was blowing into the pavilion, forcing people with seats to venture nearer the stage to escape it, making it seem like there was a mad rush to the stage.) During 'Porch' Ed tries to calm the crowd down while Mike plays a little part of Chicago's '25 or 6 to 4'. Ed says, "It's like swimming on coral ... there are chairs and people below you, settle down!" "Darlin' you don't want to be up there. That's for the people up front. The people up top you guys go fuckin' nuts! But the people up front settle down." Before they start 'Who You Are', Ed tries to calm the crowd: "It's a little crazy up here. You can sit down, it's cool. I can see you all if you sit, or stand, you can see me too. Ok, the next three words for the next five minutes are Peace and Love." He changes the second line of the second verse saying, "fuck the stage divers." After the song he reiterates, "This is all good. We're going to keep playing but I want to change the policy in the front row here. Security, you listening? Usually you come over the top you get two, three chances. You guys, anybody who comes over the top, you're going out. Just stay on the floor, you got it, ok? You look good where you are. Just stay where you are." For the 'Daughter' tag, Ed gets the crowd to sing along, "like in New York" to 'The Real Me.'

This is being distributed by, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at
Compiled 09/08/03 by BLG.
More notes by spacedvest on 9/28/03.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

AC/DC 1977-09-03 Old Waldorf San Francisco, Ca

Old Waldorf
San Francisco, California

3rd generation Cassette source

Reel-to-Reel Recorder>DAT>MY CASSETTE Copy>Sony Stereo>Audacity>FLAC

Live Wire
Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be
Up to My Neck in You
Kicked in the Teeth
The Jack
Whole Lotta Rosie
High Voltage
Baby Please Don't Go
Problem Child

This source like the reel-to-reel master doesn't have sound in the right channel
until the second song. This version contains the left channel sound which
includes the MC introductions of up-and-coming events at the Old Waldorf.
This tape re-dates the "Glimmer Twins" release which had the left channel signal
pasted into the right channel. You may find this source to need a 'Change in Tempo and Pitch'; a tinge speeded


Dire Straits 1978-01-30 The Polytechnic Leeds, England

Dire Straits
"Angels On A Saturday Night"
The Polytechnic
Leeds, England
January 30, 1978

CD-R1 - 3BR Records - SB 5

Track List:

   1. Southbound Again
   2. Eastbound Train
   3. Down to the Waterline
   4. In the Gallery
   5. Water of Love
   6. Setting Me Up
   7. Me and My Friends
   8. Real Girl
   9. Sultans of Swing

The Band:
Mark Knopfler - Guitar, Vocals
David Knopfler - Rhythm Guitar
John Illsley - Bass Guitar
Pick Withers - Drums

Geetarz Comments:

The definitive version of the incredible Leeds 1978 performance, remastered by 3BR.

Volume fluctuations are fixed, and the whole show much sweeter. 

Lineage: Original 3BR CD-R (directly from Igor and The Professor) > LiteOn iHAP 322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Offset Correct @ +6, 0, 24 bytes) > FLAC (Level 8) > You !

This is an essential recording for any Dire Straits fan, a nice soundboard of the early stuff, recorded at the end of a tour as support for the Talking Heads, and just days before they went into the studio to record their first album.

Major bonus points are awarded for those who correctly spot the title reference - no hints will be given!

Artwork, checksums (ffp, MD5, ST5) and info file included.

As always, play it loud and enjoy!

~Geetarz, October 2009


*The Eagles 1973-02-00 Royal Festival Hall London, UK

The Eagles 1973-02-00 Royal Festival Hall London, UK

intro / Train Leaves Here This Morning
Tequila Sunrise
Saturday Night
Peaceful Easy Feeling
How Long
Certain Kind of Fool
Outlaw Man
Out Of Control
Witchy Woman
Take It Easy
Chug All Night
Sweet Dream Baby


Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon

lineage: low gen (?) cassette > unindexed CDR > EAC > indexed w Nero Wave Editor > flac > Dime

fair quality only

J D Souther opens but no known recording

During 1976 I had a friend who would visit regularly bearing little treasures from the
past and this was one of them - I copied the tape he brought and pretty much forgot about
it. At that time lineage was not really a major concern so I never asked although
he often had masters that he had borrowed. So I really have no idea about this one though it
sounds no worse than a first or second gen recording. Unfortunately there is a lot
of distortion at times - present on the original tape. I transferred it some years
ago and filed it away. But over the years I've never seen it mentioned anywhere 
and thought that hard core Eagles collectors might be interested. I only ever made
one other CDR copy and doubt that the original master tape survived - but you never know.

I think the show was billed as an "Asylum night" and it was reviewed in a UK based fanzine
that may be accessed here

A few days (?) later they recorded the BBC In Concert that may be found eleswhere on Dime.

If anyone knows the exact date please post - its probably in an old MM somewhere - there
may even be another review.


Guns N' Roses 1987-06-22 The Marquee Club, London, England

June 22 (Monday), 1987
The Marquee Club, London, England

June 19, 1987 - June 28, 1987

1. Introduction - Shadow Of Your Love 3:09
2. Out Ta Get Me - Axl speaks 4:31
3. Anything Goes 3:41
4. It's So Easy 3:27
5. Mr. Brownstone 4:23
6. Nightrain 3:57
7. My Michelle - Axl speaks 4:55
8. Welcome To The Jungle - Band introductions 5:01
9. You're Crazy 4:14
10. Paradise City 8:22
- 1st encore -
11. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:00
12. Move To The City 5:37
- 2nd encore -
13. Nice Boys 4:53

Total running time: 1:00:10

Very Good Audience Recording
Lineage: Silver CD bootleg "Marquee 1987" [Power Gate] > dbpoweramp > Flac

NOTES - For Guns N' Roses' second show at the Marquee a mobile studio had appeared outside Wardour Street to record the remaing two gigs of the band's three date run at the club. Just as previously, preceeding the show, band members stayed outside to chat with the fans and pose for pictures but it was the only time when Axl joined them. Dave, who travelled from Manchester for all three gigs remembers: "He seemed a little on edge. Though I heard he'd recently gone through a beating off the LA cops for killing a dog? He wrote the message "Don't kill dogs" on my Suicide EP."
Tonight's show is eventful and finds the band literary on fire, in much better spirits than during their first night. GN'R are seemingly determined to impress and showcase that they are capable to go beyond expectations and manage to improve their performance despite the fact that hecklers still arise. The band romp through their opening set with a great tour de force. Opener 'Shadow Of Your Love' is full of sound and fury and the crowd becomes rapturous and, however, this in turn causes problem. During the performance similarly like three days ago somebody throws something at Axl which earns a quick "ASSHOLE!" in return from the singer. Apart from this and a few other yells, the crowd receives them with great admiration and the group give a truly outstanding performance. 'Out Ta Get Me' dominates with Axl sending down his spine chilling screams. After the song he shares his feelings about a recent article reviewing them which makes its impact on the following performance: "Hey, I wanna get into this right up in the set. You might have read a piece on us in Melody Maker... talking about a cunt called the scream, in LA...  Well, that cock can suck my dick! ...and the guy who wrote the article in Melody Maker, I let him suck my dick I'll be too busy knockin' his teeth out! Alright! The song is called 'Anything Goes'!" Axl: "You might know this next song. This is our new single. This is called 'It's So Easy!'" The performance is again frantic and raucous cultivated with Slash's superb playing and Axl's ear-splitting vocal at the end. A true example of the band's potential in their prime. Before the following tune Axl takes on a fan, inviting him on stage to work out their differencies: "If you wanna come up here I ain't responsible for how badly you hurt. I love this face. Isn't he fuckin' great?! Maybe you turned yourrecord over!" 'Mr. Brownstone' is again guaranteed to sustain the audience's attention and is particularly grand. Axl introduces the next song reffering to its origin: "How many people have been trying to get drunk tonight? And you have been? This is a song about being in another turmoil. This is called being on the 'Nightrain'." Just as he finished speaking Slash snorts into the mic "Where's my fuckin' drink?!" and the performance awaits in which Axl again resonates his over-the-top vocals. 'Nightrain' is tense. In the beginning Axl warns the crowd, saying "Let's get ready!" Let's get ready now!" As 'My Michelle' starts Axl tells about his latest incident being kicked out of a store which occured during the day: "Anybody been to Tower Records? How 'bout their new security? Bunch of hundred age black guys and don't know what the fuck are they are doing. I attempted sitting down... Why can't they just fuckin' leave you alone, you know?!" Then right before the song erupts, he adds "This is called 'My Michelle' if you do too much cocaine!" The song is forceful and performed at high speed and high energy. "This is gonna be our next single. If we might be able to sneak it up here in this fuckin system. This is about going to a city for the first time. England, LA, Illinois, Tokyo... This is called 'Welcome To The Jungle'." Then suddenly adds at a bit lower voice, "Pull G, try 'MoveTo The City', fuck that!" which earns some laughter in the audience. After a solid performance Axl takes on his band: "I'd like to introduce these people! This is Slash! On the drums, you like that somebody? He's Mr. Steven Adler! On guitar over here we have Mr. Izzy Stradlin. And on the bass, the motherfucker, Mr. Duff "Rose" McKaganie! And this is called 'You're Fuckin' Crazy!'" The song is delivered at a remarkable pace, almost as though the band are determined to give all that there's in their stake. 'Paradise City' is particularly vicious and seems like a race to finish along with the enthusiastic crowd. Slash steals the performance with his extremely fast and accurate guitar playing with a rather fine sense of dynamics. The encore starts with Slash bursting into an impromptu guitar solo followed by 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door' which finishes with the band encouraging the crowd for a sing-along. The performance shows signs of development comparing to its first attempt three days ago. As the band walks out the stage for a second encore, the crowd is more than enthusiastic by now and shout out requests at each of them to which Axl decides: "We gonna do you another cover. Now we did 'Mama Kin' last time, so who have been here by ticket, then you were... 'Nice Boys'." Similarly to their opening set, they're still tight and seems that they just took off. Their closing performance is shattering and a pure adrenaline rush. Axl: "Thank you! See on Sunday night! We're Crazy Guns N' Fuckin' Roses dammit!" By this time, if not for the first time, GN'R proved the hecklers, both present and in the press, that they're wrong. Their second Marquee performance testifies that they are in top form and seemingly can do no wrong. - Buda


INXS 1988-03-11 UIC Pavilion Chicago, Illinois

UIC Pavilion, (University of Illinois)
Chicago, Illinois - March 11, 1988.

Source: Unknown Audience Recording.
Quality: Vg+/Ecx.-

Set List:

Disc 1: 64:44 Minutes.

1.Kick 3:30
2.Guns in the Sky 2:40
3.New Sensation 4:04
4.Mystify 3:39
5.The Love One 4:21
6.Original Sin 5:51
7.Shine Like It Does 3:57
8.Wild Life 3:15
9.Listen Like Thieves 3:51
10.Never Tear Us Apart 3:37
11.Tiny Daggers 3:53
12.Soul Mistake 3:08
13.Kiss the Dirt 4:11
14.This Time 3:10
15.Burn For You 4:57
16.The One Thing 3:22
17.Calling All Nations 3:10

Disc 2: 26:21 Minutes.

1.What You Need 5:12
2.Need You Tonight 3:05
3.Mediate 4:22
4.Devil Inside 5:34
5.Good Times 3:37
6.Don't Change (Cuts) 4:28

91:05 Minutes Total.


Monday, February 16, 2015

Guns N' Roses 1987-06-19 The Marquee Club, London, England

June 19 (Friday), 1987
The Marquee Club, London, England

June 19, 1987 - June 28, 1987

1.  Reckless Life 3:26
2.  Out Ta Get Me 4:25
3.  Anything Goes 3:47
4.  It's So Easy 3:35
5.  Mr. Brownstone - Axl talks 4:40
6.  Nightrain 4:27
7.  My Michelle 4:39
8.  You're Crazy 4:15
9.  Paradise City 8:13
10. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 3:39
11. Move To The City 3:20
12. Mama Kin 4:32

Total running time: 52:58

Audience Recording - "Atlantic Crossing (Aces High)"
Lineage: “Atlantic Crossing” Silver CD > CDr > EAC > Flac
Complete show taken from the first of a two disc release of live material (CD 2 contains the September 29, 1987 Hamburg show)

NOTES - Guns N' Roses perform their first ever show in Europe at the famous Marquee nightclub in London's Soho district. Due to the high anticipation hundreds of hopeful fans descend on Wardour Street hoping to catch this rare sighting of the band before the show starts. Some of them got their chance to even change some words with Slash as he was sitting in the bar preceeding the show having some pint of vodkas. Contrary to its vast fame, the capacity of the club's main room where the main headliners performed at the time was just about 500 to 700 people, but the club got to host up to 1.000 people in its most successful nights and due to the high anticipation, this meant sold-out shows for all the three nights the band is scheduled to play at the venue which since its opening in 1964 has often been defined as "the most important venue in the history of European pop music".
However the band almost couldn't make it to London's prestigious club as they had trouble obtaining a suitable work permit from the UK authorities which would allow them to play their proposed dates (as a result of a new ruling, any foreigner who intends to work in the country has to apply for the relevant documentation months ahead of schedule rather than merely weeks, as was the norm in the past). Thus, the first application from the GN'R camp was rejected and they only scraped into England on their second plea. This gave out the word of warning for all foreign acts planning to descend on the isle. In fact, it is believed that it was this very ruling that precluded the emulator Poison from performing live whilst here on a recent promotional tour.
After the introduction, while taking the stage, Axl remarks that "We're in fuckin' England finally!" and the band immediately kicks off the show with a blistering performance of 'Reckless Life' which is received with great applause. 'Out Ta Get Me' carries on the show with Slash's superb guitar playing, along with the others also completely involved in their music but problem ensued. During the very end of  'Out Ta Get Me,' an unsatisfied fan down the front threw a can of beer at Axl much to his disgust, who returned the compliment by saying, "Fuck you". After the performance he concludes: "Hey if you wanna keep throwing things, we gonna fuckin' leave! So what do say?! Hey, FUCK YOU PUSSY!!" Xavier Russel in Kerrang! comments: "He really did look well and truly pissed off, and this incident ended up putting a downer on the show as a whole." Still, 'Anything Goes' countinues the show with a dashing performance and maybe because of the previous exchange between Axl and an audience member, the following 'It's So Easy' is fueled with a furious attempt bringing another great performance to the set. According to Kerrang!, "the 'best number of the night award' went to the brilliant 'It's So Easy', which just reeked of the Lightning Raiders (RIP), who were playing this sorta music back in the late '70s." 'Mr. Brownstone' is also a classic all-round performance which the band easily go through without any effort. Then Axl recounts his latest experience arriving to London: "You know, when we just came here, I go to Tower Records you know, I sit down and it's the security goes beyond. And then they call the "local coastal wolves" and out when they come... and they were a couple of right dickheads. You can send some letters to their bosses. Then you get nice little right-ups. Besides these and a few other reasons and something like that happened to the why we wrote the 'Nightrain'. Nightrain is a bottle of wine for about a bucket a quarter. Over here it's five pounds or something. You drink a cruet you black-out. And noone tells you of what happens tomorrow. This song is called Nightrain." The band give an agressive performance that explodes into a hurricane with Axl's fearless screams. After introducing the next song, Axl asks the crowd: "Do you like my shirt?" which the packed club answers with a roaring approval. "Fuck Dancing, Let's Fuck! I think you can see the point. Anybody comes here with their focus on the rhyme, you know..." After a fiery 'My Michelle' Axl thanks the crowd for showing some apprecitation during the performance but hecklers  still arise and Slash also tells some words before introducing 'You're Crazy.' The song  is fast and furious with full of the fuzzy, sheet metal noise that has brought recognition to the band. 'Paradise City' begins with an extended intro before Axl joins in. Slash's guitar solo at the end is smooth an seemingly effortless cultivated with unique improvisations. Slash introduces the first ever performance of 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door' - which the band soundchecked only once during the day - slows down things a bit. Although this version may not be excellent, it's a prominent performance and the band manage to pull off a solid rendition of their own. A striking 'Move To The City' and Aerosmith's 'Mama Kin' closes the show, the latter is introduced as a song the band play better than the other "fuckers". As the band leaves the stage, Slash invites the crowd to drink at the bar. Xavier Russel concludes: "It has to be said that I left The Marquee in a very confused state, coz here was a band that has just made a truly wonderful album, the up and coming 'Appetite For Destruction', which I love, yet at the same time it's sad they just couldn't reproduce that rawness live. I blame it on those beer cans that were hurled at Axl!"
Their first European encounter wasn't an easy one to win but the band definitely showed off their potential and carried out memorable performances despite that the majority was not convinced and this has yielded some negative response from the press. - Buda