Monday, March 30, 2015

*Yes 1976-08-17 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI

YES: DETROIT SPECIAL-Cobo Hall, Detroit-August 23, 1977 (complete show) & August 17, 1976 (remaining tracks not officially released)-All from 1st Gen Tapes
1st Gen Tapes>dat>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5.21>XACT>flac
Here is a wonderful snapshot of YES in their prime, featuring the band in 1977 and 1976, all from first-generation tapes. These are both very fine shows, EX- sound quality for the 1977 and EX sound quality for the 1976. The same taper did both shows and used great equipment, as the results show. One song sample provided for each show (Going for the One-1977 & Heart of the Sunrise-1976). Detroit concerts from the 1970s (and the city's great audiences) are always special, so here's a Detroit Special for all Yes fans to enjoy.
Cobo Hall, Detroit-August 23, 1977-1st Gen Tape. None of this has ever been officially released.
Lineup: Jon Anderson-Steve Howe-Chris Squire-Rick Wakeman-Alan White   
Disc One: (68:15)
1.Firebird Suite/Parallels
2.I've Seen All Good People
3.Close To The Edge
4.Wonderous Stories
5.Colors Of The Rainbow/Turn Of The Century
6.Tour Song/And You And I
7.Going For The One

Disc Two: (44:02)
9.Starship Trooper

Cobo Hall, Detroit-August 17, 1976-1st Gen Tape.
These are the remaining Detroit tracks that were NOT INCLUDED on the official releases "Yes Shows" and "The Word is Live." Here are the rest of the songs from this superb 1976 concert. The band obviously thought this was a hot show, because they have released half of it during the past 30 years. The remaining tracks included here have never been officially released. The lineup is the same, except Patrick Moraz is on keyboards, not Rick Wakeman. Excellent, sharp recording!

Disc Three: (48:36)
11.I've Seen All Good People
12.Long Distance Runaround/Moraz Solo
13.The Clap
14.Harp Solo
15.Heart Of The Sunrise


*Stevie Ray Vaughan 1983-06-20 Fitzgerald's Club, Houston, Texas

Force Of Nature II - Fitzgerald's Club, Houston, Texas, 20jun83
     [Balboa Productions, BP-95012/3, 2CD]
     CD 1: (77:07, 11 tracks)  CD 2: (74:35, 10 tracks)
     Album release party for "Texas Flood"
     CD cover claims that this is Stevie's last club gig
     SUPERB "audience" ? recording, better than some soundboards
     <CD 1>
     <track#/title>                <time>  <notes>
     1> Opening Jam                 5:57
     2> Come On                     8:47
     3> Mary Had A Little Lamb      3:10
     4> Rude Mood                   3:48
     5> Dirty Pool                 10:13
     6> Voodoo Chile               10:29
     7> Heartfixer                  4:52
     8> Drivin' South               9:53
     9> Texas Flood                 6:52
    10> Testify                     4:32
    11> Jam 292                     8:44
     <CD 2>
     1> Instrumental                4:29   "Testify"
     2> Instrumental                6:30   "So Excited"
     3> Voodoo Chile               10:42
     4> Tell Me                     3:16
     5> Texas Flood                 9:57
     6> I'm Leaving You             7:24
     7> Pride And Joy               3:41
     8> Little Wing                10:23
     9> Third Stone From The Sun    8:13
    10> Lenny                      10:02

Special Thanks to Bob Willmot for this information


Thursday, March 26, 2015

*David Bowie 1974-09-02 Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles, CA

Class of '74 Vol III
Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheatre
2 September 1974

low gen audio cassette > spin doctor > cd wave > .wav > cdr > eac > flac

disc 1:
01 1984
02 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 When You Rock'n'Roll With Me
11 Knock On Wood

disc 2:
01 The Young American
02 It's Gonna Be Me
03 Space Oddity
04 Future Legend
05 Diamond Dogs
06 Big Brother
07 Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
08 Time
09 Jean Genie
10 Rock'n'Roll Suicide
11 John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)

12 1984
13 Rebel Rebel
14 Moonage Daydream

Bonus tracks from a *genuine* stereo recording from Universal Amphithreatre 5 September 1984.


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

*Yes 1976-08-16 Mecca Arena Milwaukee, WI

Mecca Arena
Milwaukee, WI

TheTooleMan's 2009 Upgrade Edition

Source: very low generation audience recording -> TheTooleMan's Tools -> FLAC

Recently, I listened to my 2003-2004 remaster of this show and decided to scrap it. It did not do justice to the recording. So I went back to the best version of the tape and started over. This time, the results are much better.

Guess I've learned something in the past 5 years!

The 2009 Edition is much more natural-sounding than the previous version. It also addresses a problem in the transfer of the best tape, which was carried over to the 2003-2004 remaster. Digital errors in the transfer can be found near the end of "The Gates of Delirium" and extend into "Long Distance Runaround." For the new edition, I replaced that part of the recording with the same material taken from the second-best copy I have, which is nearly identical in quality. You should not be able to detect the transition between the two copies of the recording.

The master recording picked up noise from handling the microphone a couple of times. There are also a few annoying spots of clapping, whistling, and arguing. The tape had a couple of gaps, and part of the introduction of "Soon" is missing, as well as the first verse. "Heart of the Sunrise" was placed before "Gates" in the CD copy of the tape; this was probably done to fit the music onto a two-hour cassette, which was used for the CD copy. I smoothed out the cuts, closed the gaps, and filtered the rest of the distractions to reduce their impact. I would say that more than 95% of the recording is excellent, and not much was required on my part to bring out the best of it.

Art is included with this torrent. It does not reflect the three tracks of Jon introducing songs. Since the spoken introductions run between about 50 seconds to nearly two minutes, I decided they should be separated from the music. I don't remember who created the art, but it's good and I thank them again for it. Also, thanks to gr8bigboy for the best copy of the tape, and to whoever else gave me the others copies, too.

This recording captures Yes nearing the end of their 1976 tour. The band was still in high spirits and projecting strong energy. Their performance is well-honed but not rote. Overall this is a gem of a recording and worth a new listening session.

January, 2009

Yes (in 1976) were:
Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
Steve Howe
Alan White
Patrick Moraz

Tracks, CD 1:
1 Apocalypse
2 Siberian Khatru
3 Sound Chaser
4 All Good People
5 Jon's Rambling Introduction of "The Gates of Delirium"
6 The Gates of Delirium

Tracks, CD 2:
1 Long Distance Runaround
2 Patrick Moraz Solo
3 Steve Howe Solo
4 Jon Anderson Solo
5 Jon's Rambling Introduction of "Heart of the Sunrise"
6 Heart of the Sunrise
7 Jon Thanks the Tour Personnel and Introduces "Ritual"
8 Ritual
9 Roundabout

*Pearl Jam 1996-09-22 John F. Savage Hall: Toledo, OH (SV058 - "TOLEDO '96")

Pearl Jam
September 22, 1996
John F. Savage Hall: Toledo, OH
SV058 - "TOLEDO '96"

Source: Countryman Isomax II > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT > CDR > FLAC        (last song is Sony ECM-909a > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT > CDR > FLAC)

Digital Editing: ?Artwork: Allen Robertson ************************************
***     DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3     *** ************************************

Disc 1:

01 - Intro                                          - 01:03
02 - Sometimes                                      - 02:50
03 - Hail Hail                                      - 03:48
04 - Animal                                         - 02:41
05 - In My Tree                                     - 04:20
06 - Spin The Black Circle                          - 03:24
07 - Corduroy                                       - 05:39
08 - Last Exit                                      - 02:47
09 - Better Man                                     - 04:00
10 - Lukin                                          - 01:01
11 - Not For You                                    - 05:40
12 - Jeremy                                         - 05:01
13 - Even Flow                                      - 05:20
14 - Mankind                                        - 04:03
15 - Daughter/(I Believe In Miracles)               - 05:26

Total:  57:07

Disc 2:

01 - Habit                                          - 05:25
02 - I Got Shit                                     - 04:26
03 - Alive                                          - 05:17
04 - Blood                                          - 08:27
(Encore 1)
05 - Go                                             - 03:03
06 - Who You Are                                    - 03:49
07 - Rearviewmirror                                 - 05:35
08 - Leaving Here                                   - 07:02
(Encore 2)
09 - Indifference                                   - 04:36

Total:  47:43

***     DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3     ***

Recording Notes: This is the best known source. Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons): Ed totally botches the start of 'I Got Shit.' He tells everyone that has to go to school the next day that he'll write them excuse notes (so they can continue to play). A stunning closing with 'Indifference' with the house lights up. A solid show before a smallish crowd. This is being distributed by in tandem with, 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 Compiled by spacedvest on 5/17/04.


Monday, March 23, 2015

*Waylon Jennings 1989-00-00 "Live From Gilley's" Littlefield, TX

Waylon Jennings live, 1989.
Littlefield, TX
"Live From Gilley's" Westwood One Radio.

01. Don't You Think This Outlaw Country Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand
02. Working Without A Net
03. Gemini Song
04. Ramblin' Man
05. Littlefield
06. Deep In The West
07. I May Be Used
08. Amanda
09. Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
10. Me And Bobby McGee
11. Bob Wills Is Still The King
12. Luckenbach, Texas
13. Rose In Paradise
14. America
15. Good Hearted Woman
16. You'll Never Take Texas Out Of Me
17. I've Always Been Crazy
18. Outro

"Live From Gilley's" radio show. Recorded in Littlefield, TX.
Original airdate 1/8/90.

Friday, March 20, 2015

*Dire Straits 1979-11-09 Messehalle, Cologne, Germany

Dire Straits - 1979-11-09  "A FOUNTAIN GUSHING AUDACITY 1979" (Enlight 2010 Remaster)
.....................*** The ENLIGHT 2010 Remaster VERSION ***.........................

Messehalle, Cologne, Germany . 1979-November-9th

Format:  2CD-R
Source: audience

Tracks CD 1
01 Down to the waterline
02 Six blade knife
03 Once upon a time in the west
04 Lady writer
05 Single handed sailor
06 Lions
07 Sultans of swing
08 Wild west end
09 Portobello belle

Tracks CD 2
01 News
02 In the gallery
03 Follow me home
04 Angel of mercy
05 Solid rock
06 What's the matter baby?
07 Where do you think you're going?
08 Water of love
09 Southbound again
10 Setting me up
11 Twisting by the pool

Additional comments:.... one of the most powerful recordings in 1979.

Great versions.

There are a couple of very rare songs in this setlist (back then):

-Portobello belle
-Solid rock (really rare for 1979!)
-Setting me up (rarely performed live)
-and Twisting by the pool.

Also a very nice bridge between Angel of mercy and Solid rock.

Very cool version of Southbound again.

The atmosphere is terrific on this concert, a must to have!

Complete concert.

original source credits :the original (great) tape/master from LTB and JerryRocks for providing

A Remastered concert by Enlight, from a very well transfer (2009) by LTB
(so this not a "sultans of cologne" upgrade!!!)

Some how did Enlight do this info:

All tracks are volume-normalized separate, using an adaptive mode ( no peak to peak or replaygain is used)! Clicks,crackle's/clips has been removed slightly for the cleaning part. Stereo has been vitalized with 15-20 % max., right and left channels has been balanced .Loudness is dynamic prozessed in a soft mode, some eq change are carefully made, this make's the sound more "CLEAR" and closer to "SOUNDBOARD . this make's an improved sound and gives more room too the seperate instruments . I've used LTB's 2009 transfer (2009)
Nothing has been edit/add-out/in from the original source, for tapers respect (no taper-no upgrade)

For those who don't care about all the info above............

A great sounding and completely new improved listen experience!!  HAVE FUN WITH THIS UPGRADE!! which i gave the title : "A FOUNTAIN GUSHING AUDACITY 1979"**   to avoid any mix up with excisting boots!

** For the title i've to thanks a person (Alden) from who i received a comment in an earlier stage,

A record of the best period of Dire Straits, in my opinion.
At the time when Knopfler was a fountain gushing audacity.
.......thx Enlight"
End quote.

i loved that phrase , so the title was born!


Have fun with this remastered version...........Enjoy!!!

Cover-art, flaclog, MD included

Take Care

(November 2010)


*Dire Straits 1979-11-04 Carré Amsterdam, Holland

Dire Straits
"Amsterdam 1979"
Amsterdam, Holland
November 4, 1979

CD-R2 - Aud 3

Disc 1:

   1. Down to the Waterline
   2. Six Blade Knife
   3. Once Upon a Time in the West
   4. Lady Writer
   5. Single Handed Sailor
   6. News
   7. What's the Matter, Baby
   8. Portobello Belle
   9. Wild West End
  10. Lions
  11. Angel of Mercy
  12. Solid Rock
  13. Sultans of Swing

Disc 2:

   1. Where Do You Think You're Going?
   2. Southbound Again
   3. Setting Me Up
   4. Twisting By the Pool

Geetarz Comments:

Not the best recording, but an excellent performance and a worthy part of any core collection.

Mark's vocals in particular are excellent and he's really sounding confident and belting out the lyrics with passion!

Interesting to compare these versions with the far more restrained ones from the Cologne broadcasts earlier in the year.

The setlist is also unusual in that it contains tracks that didn't get played often - a great show!

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

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


~Geetarz, October 2009


*Dire Straits 1979-06-05 Paris Palais des Sports Paris, France

Dire Straits Paris Palais des Sports, 1979 june 5th, first post from SM aud master

I'm doing this torrent after a long time finkployd49 request (he tries to get the sound of ALL the shows he saw: good luck Phil !
By the way, do you remember who openned ?).

This mono recording was made with my little Sony TC 150 recorder and probably a cheap Philips mic from the venue's high seats.
So, the result is not outstanding (samples provided as usually, have a listen), but i don't know if there is a better tape around.

The pitch has been adjusted until i heard Lady writer sounding in C#m as played on the Communique album; i also checked Sultans: it sounds Dm, so i think the speed is correct.

Cassette played on a Marantz SD 4051 deck, to Zoom H4, SD card to PC, Audacity editions (tracks only, no EQ), FLAC (TLH).

01 Intro
02 Down to the waterline
03 Six blade knife
04 Once upon a time in the west
05 Lady writer
06 Single handed sailor
07 Water of love
08 In the gallery
09 Follow me home
10 News
11 What's the mater baby
12 Lions
13 Sultans of swing
14 Crowd
15 Wild west end
16 Crowd
17 Where do you think you're going ?
18 Crowd
19 Setting me up
20 Southbound again and crowd

Tape flip hapenned on 09 at 3'53".
Ticket scan provided.


*Guns N' Roses 1987-10-05 "Rock City 1987" Nottingham, England

"Rock City 1987"
Source: Nottingham, England, October 5, 1987
Label: Langley

01 - It's So Easy 
02 - Move To The City
03 - Mr. Brownstone
04 - Out Ta Get Me
05 - Sweet Child O' Mine
06 - Welcome To The Jungle
07 - Rocket Queen
08 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
09 - Member Introductions / Slash Speaks
10 - You're Crazy
11 - Paradise City
12 - Closing announcement from club DJ

Type: AUD (Audience)
Sound Quality: A
Lineage: Original CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC


*Led Zeppelin 1969-02-14 Thee Image Club,Miami,FL (Zeppelin Digital)(flac)

FEBRUARY 14, 1969








Thursday, March 19, 2015

*Neil Young 1970-12-05 Carnegie Hall New York, NY

Carnegie Hall 1970

New York, December 5, 1970
Liberated Colosseum Records bootleg completed
Mono soundboard remastered

1. Down By The River
2. Cinnamon Girl
3. I Am A Child
4. Expecting To Fly
5. The Loner
6. Wondering
7. Helpless
8. Southern Man
9. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
10. On The Way Home
11. Tell Me Why
12. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
13. Old Man
14. After The Goldrush
15. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
16. Don't let It Bring You Down
17. Cowgirl In The Sand
18. Birds
19. Bad Fog Of Loneliness
20. Ohio
21. See The Sky About To Rain
22. Sugar Mountain

The original bootleg was missing the last song, so it was completed from another source.


*Neil Young 1970-03-28 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, California(REMASTERED)

ARTIST: Neil Young & Crazy Horse
DATE: March 28th 1970 (exact date is disputed, it could also be November '69)
VENUE: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
LOCATION: Santa Monica, California

1. On The Way Home (cuts in)
2. I Am a Child
3. Everybody's Alone
4. I Believe in You
5. Birds
6. Nowadays, Clancy Can't Even Sing
 (fade out added to avoid abrupt cut at end)
7. Down By the River (fade in added to avoid abrupt cut at beginning)
8. Wonderin'
10. Come On Baby, Let's Go Downtown
11.Cinnamon Girl
12. Cowgirl in the Dand
13.  Everybody Knows This is Nowhere
14. Winterlong
 (fade out added to avoid abrupt cut at end)

TOTAL RUNTIME: 1hr 1min 20secs

LINEAGE: Master 7" reel (3.5 ips) > metal cass. > DAT > CDR > Flac

>WAV>Cool Edit Pro v2.1>FLAC 6

Very little was done in remastering this vintage audience recording since there wasn't a whole lot of dynamic to work with on the original recording. My main purpose in remastering this recording was to eliminate some of the noise plaguing each track while retaining the musical qualities of the original recording. I made several attempts until I arrived at what was, in my opinion, a satisfactory result. I used a 30 band graphic equalizer to remove the hiss present throughout the recording. I found this tool much more useful than noise reduction as I could select the high frequencies specifically that were causing the majority of the hiss and reduce them accordingly. This way, the remaining musical frquencies are left untouched. If I had used noise reduction, the entire spectrum would be affected, producing a garbled over-processed affect. I hope this effort is appreciated by Neil Young & Crazy Horse fans everywhere. Enjoy!

upped by: theface07



Neil Young and Crazy Horse
Santa Monica Civic
recorded nov. 1969

broadcast 28 mar 70 KUSC-FM, Los Angeles
Master 7" reel (3.5 ips) > metal cass. > DAT > CDR > Flac

1. on he way home (beg slightly cut)
2. i am a child
3. everybody's alone
4. i believe in you
5. birds
6. nowadays, Clancy cant even sing
7. blank tape
8. down by the river
9. wonderin'
10. band intros and "first time playing in L.A." comment
11. baby, lets go downtown
12. station i.d. "mountain tuning" comment
13. cinnamon girl
14. cowgirl in the sand
15. everybody knows...
16. winterlong


Wednesday, March 18, 2015

*Neil Young 1970-03-28 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California

Neil Young
03-28-1970, Civic Auditorium,

Santa Monica, California

w/ Crazy Horse

1. On The Way Home*
2. I Am A Child*
3. Everybody's Alone*  
4. I Believe In You*  
5. Birds*  
6. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing*
7. The Loner  
8. Helpless  
9. Country Girl 
10. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere*
11. Winterlong* 
12. Down By The River* 
13. Wonderin* 
14. Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown*
15. Cinnamon Girl* 
16. Cowgirl In The Sand*  

* - broadcast on the radio 
info taken from Sugar Mountain (thanks Tom)

 notes: taken from liberated bootleg "Spirit of 69"
 partial (missing 3 songs) has cuts between songs and is out
 of correct running order. This torrent is those tracks but in correct running
 order as above. This should be the best source for this (IMHO of course)


*The Police 1979-09-28 Diplomat Hotel, New York, NY

September 28, 1979
Hotel Diplomat NYC

Master aud > soundforge > eac (for splitting) > flac8 > dime
The Police 09/28/79
Diplomat Hotel, New York, NY

01. Deathwish (2:10)
02. Next To You (2:24)
03. So Lonely (7:24)
04. Truth Hits Everybody (2:40)
05. Walking On The Moon (4:27)
06. Hole In My Life (3:59)
07. Fall Out (2:58)
08. Bring On The Night (6:05)
09. Message In A Bottle (4:53)
10. The Bed's Too Big Without You > Peanuts (9:36)
11. Roxanne (5:15)
12. Can't Stand Losing You  (7:25)
13. Landlord (2:35)

I mentioned to my friend Billy that someone on Dime was asking for the Police
at the Hotel Diplomat and he says "well, you better make me a copy also. You
only went because I made you go." So, with both Kappa02 and Billy requesting
that it be digitized, here it is. I don't remember the show at all; Billy says
that it was crowded and that we were off to the side, maybe standing on a
table. I mention this because there is a slight buzz noticeable between songs
mostly in one channel. I guess it is from the PA, so perhaps I had one mike
pointed at the PA and another pointed at the stage. Or maybe the mike wire was
causing a problem. Otherwise the quality is very good, and it's a good show.
The mikes may have been Sony or AKG. The cassette was a Maxell UDXL-I 90.
Recorder was a Sony TC152, 153, or 158. I think it was too early to be the
Sony D5.
I don't know if I ever gave anyone a copy of this, so maybe it's a world
I would greatly appreciate a set list.



*Dire Straits 1979-06-04 Pinkpop Festival Sportpark, Geleen, The Netherlands

source: soundboard (FM)
Format: 1CDR

01. DJ intro (Dutch spoken)**
02. Follow Me Home
03. Lady Writer
04. Wild West End
05. The Gallery

Thx to the orig taper, uploader Thanks Enlight!!

NO thanks to the person who wiped the other tracks off this legendarisch concert back then.

Soundboard recording, taken from a program called Legendarisch Live.

Recorded from KRO Radio 2 (Holland) on 27th April 2007.

** The DJ apologize for the follow disaster: "It was planned to broadcast the complete Dire Straits performance of Pinkpop 1979, but then it turned out that the original two track recording has been erased! What a shame... Only four songs were left at the archives".

Same songs as can be found on the original silver pressed bootleg "Rockfile '79" but now in very good sound quality.  

Rebroadcasted April 27, 2007 on the KRO Radio 2 program "Legendarisch Live".
According to the DJ, there are only 4 songs left from the original 2-track recording of this legendary concert.
So unfortunately, this is all that is left.

Great sound,
Great performance
Very rare

Enlight note:

15.00-16.00 Dire Straits Podium 2, middle


filmed footage and lady writer, from that date:
The band going to and up on stage,a little nervous, suddenly facing 60.000 people!!!, but they handle it, no problem!!

(notice the You-tube sound quality does not match the good sound quality of this recording!!)


Tuesday, March 17, 2015

*Neil Young 1970-03-06 Fillmore East, New York City,NY

Neil Young solo
March 6, 1970, early show, Fillmore East, New York City
Acoustic set only, preceding set with Crazy Horse
From "Night at Fillmore," Heart Breakers HB-937

Boot CD > EAC > wav > Flac

1 On the Way Home
2 Broken Arrow
3 I Am a Child
4 Expecting to Fly
5 Sugar Mountain


Monday, March 16, 2015

*The Strypes 2015-03-12 Tara Na Ri Navan Meath, Ireland

The Strypes
Tara Na Ri
12 March 2015

Taped & Transferred by Kagee & Kagee Jnr

CA14s(cards)>CA9100>R09HR>Audacity (levels etc)>cdwav>tlh>you
Directly in front of right stack

01 Hometown Girls
02 Oh What A Shame
03 Eighty Four
04 I'm The Man
05 What The People Don't See
06 Best Man
07 Queen Of The Half Crown
08 Cab Fare Home
09 Fill The Spaces In
10 I Believe To My Soul
11 I Don't Wanna Know
12 Three Streets
13 Cruel Brunette
14 Angel Eyes
15 Get Into It
16 Scumbag City Blues
17 How She's Gone
18 Mystery Man
19 Status Update
20 Still Gonna Drive You Home
21 I Need To Be Your Only
22 Encore Break
23 Kick Out The Jams
24 Blue Collar Jane
25 Heart Of The City
26 You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover

My second time seeing The Strypes live and they were just as good if not better than the last time.

They delivered an amazing set with some new tunes.

This recording is far from perfect - a loose connection in my rig means there is some slight static
whenever some brushes past me, its not too bad and only happens once or twice but it's there.

The PA in the room gets a tad overloaded at times too so the vocals get a tad distorted - the sound
man was standing right in front of me and was completely disinterested. He just walked away from the
desk at one stage and was nowhere to be seen for at least 15 minutes.

All that aside it's a pretty clear, upfront recording.

The kid you hear singing toward the end of You Can't Judge A Book is my son - Ross handed him the mic.
It was his second time seeing them too and he was delighted with himself.

For the old fashioned amongst us who still burn to disc I'd suggest splitting after Cruel Brunette.

Remember to support The Strypes - buy their albums, go to their shows and buy their merch.

Enjoy the show!

*Yes 1976-07-22 PNE Coliseum Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

PNE Coliseum
Vancouver, British Columbia


2nd/Alternate source
Very Good Sounding Almost Complete Audience Recording


Recorded by; ROY HAMILTON
From the collection of;"MVH"
Uploaded by; Lucifer Burns

6. Keyboard Solo

2. Harp Solo

setlist from "Forgotten Yesterdays";
Siberian Khatru
Sound Chaser
I've Seen All Good People
Gates Of Delirium
Long Distance Runaround/Moraz Solo
On Wings Of Gold/Clap
Harp Solo
Heart Of The Sunrise

'I'm Down' dropped
'Starship Trooper' dropped

Jon Anderson- Vocals
Chris Squire- Bass
Steve Howe- Guitar
Patrick Moraz- Keyboards
Alan White- Drums


*Dire Straits 1979-04-01 The Boarding House, San Francisco CA

Dire Straits
The Boarding House, San Francisco CA USA

Soundboard recording.
Artwork included.
Lineage: Trade CD-R > dBpoweramp (secure) > WAV > TLH > FLAC

1. tuning
2. Down to the Waterline
3. Six Blade Knife
4. In The Gallery
5. What's a Matter Baby
6. Water of Love
7. Sultans of Swing
8. Wild West End
9. Eastbound Train


Sunday, March 15, 2015

*Pearl Jam 1995-11-01 Delta Center: Salt Lake City, UT(SV051 - "THE MONKEYWRENCH CHRONICLES VOL. I: RAGE")

Pearl Jam
November 1, 1995
Delta Center: Salt Lake City, UT

Source: dSBD > dat > cdr (dropout on "Daughter" patched with "Road Rage" boot; cut on "Porch" patched with "Malaria" boot) > cdr > flac

Digital Editing: Fred Evans and Glenn Seguin
Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 intro
02 Go
03 Animal
04 Last Exit
05 Spin the Black Circle
06 Tremor Christ
07 Corduroy
08 Not for You
09 Lukin
10 improv "Seven Years Waiting"
11 Elderly Woman...
12 Deep
13 Dissident
14 Daughter/(Pulled Up)
15 Even Flow
16 Rearviewmirror
17 I Got Shit

01 Whipping
02 Immortality
03 Alive
04 Black
05 Blood
encore 1:
06 Red Mosquito (^)
07 Better Man
08 "Shape Up"
09 Leaving Here
10 Footsteps
11 Porch

(^) First time ever played.

Recording Notes:
This source is complete and is almost totally sourced from a digital soundboard (not FM). The dropout in Daughter at 3:38-3:44 is patched from the liberated bootleg "Road Rage" while the cut in Porch at 4:49-6:00 is patched from the liberated bootleg "Malaria" ('Monkeywrench Radio' mono FM).

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
True to their word, PJ returned to Salt Lake City after the previous rain-out and played "twice as long," playing two shows. Being the night after Halloween, the band hits the stage wearing costumes, Ed's being a very large alien head and alien gloves with long fingers. They proceed to toss items into the crowd (the band claiming it's candy corn and cigarettes). Ed comments after 'Tremor Christ:' "I believe we've met before. We're gonna make good on our promise." There's a very sweet improv played before 'Elderly Woman.' Ed's introduces 'Even Flow' as a song they "... learned off an old '50s jukebox." 'Red Mosquito' is a new song. 'Leaving Here' has an interesting intro. Monkeywrench Radio broadcast this show.

Artwork and Release Notes:
This is the first two discs in a fan-created 18-disc boxed set called "The Monkeywrench Chronicles".

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 2/27/04.


*Dire Straits 1979-03-31 Philadelphia or San Francisco 1979 'The Warner Bros Music Show' WBMS 109

Dire Straits Live
Philadelphia or San Francisco 1979
'The Warner Bros Music Show'
WBMS 109
1979 Warner Bros. Records
Produced by Dire Straits

Vinyl>Kenwood KD-3055 Turntable>Wave Editor>Traders
Little Helper>shn
1. Down to the Watertime
2. Six Blade Knife
3. In The West
4. Lady Writer
5. Where Do You Think You're Going
6. News
7. What's the Matter
8. Lions
9. Sultans of Swing
10. Eastbound Train
11. Southbound

This may or may not be the show in
San Francisco March 31 1979.
During some quiet spots there are pops
& clicks especially in Six Blade Knife but
then the record is 27 years old.
There is a small skip during Sultans of Swing.

***That is the info from the original torrent, my additions follow...***

This is NOT my needledrop!

I extracted the shns to wav, repaired in Wavelab then FLACd with Traders Little Helper.

I found this on another site and had never seen it anywhere else.   I know that the
"Warner Bros Music Show" series is of great interest to many so I thought I would share this
in spite of it's many flaws which are outlined below.

First the pitch was way off, much too fast.   This was obvious even to my pitch challenged ears.
Not having any other version to reference, I tried tuning to standard concert pitch (Knopfler
seems like the type who would be fastidious about that sort of thing).   This required an
adjustment of -44 cents.   The result sounded correct to me, but I can not guarantee accuracy.

Second, I declicked using Click Repair.   (If you haven't checked it out yet, you really should.
It is a killer program.)

Third (and most problematic), from track six to halfway through track nine, one channel of the
stereo got very soft and distorted.   I tried to repair it but the damage was too great.   This
was perhaps caused by a bad cable.   Not wanting to leave a big hole in the sound, I copied from
the other channel and pasted over the offending signal.   The result is (of course) that these
sections are now in mono.

Fourth, the "small skip" referenced above is worse that we are led to believe. 

In spite of all of this, I thought that any DS fan who doesn't have this would want to.
I hope that my efforts to minimise the flaws prove to be adequate.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

*KISS 1977-03-24 Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan

Source: Audience recording
Location: Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan
Date: March 24, 1977
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:
Artwork: No

1-01 Detroit Rock City
1-02 Take Me
1-03 Let Me Go, Rock And Roll
1-04 Ladies Room
1-05 Firehouse
1-06 Makin' Love
1-07 I Want You
1-08 Cold Gin - Guitar Solo
1-09 Do You Love Me
1-10 Nothin' To Lose
1-11 Bass Solo - God Of Thunder - Drum Solo - God Of Thunder
1-12 Rock And Roll All Nite
1-13 Shout It Out Loud
1-14 Beth
1-15 Black Diamond 

Friday, March 13, 2015

*Chicago Transit Authority 1969-08-30-31 Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, Texas

Chicago Transit Authority 1969-08-30-31 Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, Texas

Excellent stereo soundboard

1. Intro / Introduction
2. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is
3. South California Purples
4. Beginnings
5. 25 Or 6 To 4
6. announcements
7. I'm A Man

Tracks 1-5: August 30, 1969
Tracks 6-7: August 31, 1969

Robert Lamm - keyboards, Terry Kath - guitar,
Peter Cetera - bass, Danny Seraphine - drums,
Walter Parazaider - woodwinds,
Lee Loughnane - trumpet. James Pankow - trombone

*Neil Young 1970-02-19 KQED Studios SF, CA

Neil Young
KQED Studios

source: unknown

1. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
2. Everybody's Alone
3. Dance Dance Dance
4. On The Way Home
5. Wonderin #1
6. Wonderin #2 > Instrumental Noodling including
Out On The Weekend
I Don't Want To Talk About It
Country Girl   
Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
7. Sugar Mountain

notes: according to GOTR (Ghosts On The Road) thanks Pete
date and venue for this still remains inconfirmed

note #2: great stuff! a must have!


Thursday, March 12, 2015

*Led Zeppelin 1969-02-14 Thee Image Club,Miami,FL (Tarantura)

Led Zeppelin "Yellow Zeppelin"(Trantura) North Miami Beach, Florida 1969.2.14 Audience

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: 1969.2.14
Venue: The Image Club
Location: North Miami Beach, Florida, USA
Source: Audience
Lineage: My Silver > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC(level 7)

Title: Yellow Zeppelin (2CD)
Label: Tarantura

Disc One
01.The Train Kept A Rollin'
02.I Can't Quit You
03.Dazed And Confused
04.Killing Floor
05.Baby, I'm Gonna Leave You
06.How Many More Times

Disc Two
01.White Summer / Black Mountain Side
02.As Long As I Have You medley
03.You Shook Me
04.Pat's Delight

art is included
checksum is included

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

*The Rolling Stones 1981-10-04 Folsom Field Boulder, Colorado

Rolling Stones
October 4, 1981
Boulder, Colorado
Folsom Field
Liberated boot - Vinyl Gang VGP-291
"Drive Carefully"
Very Good audience recording

Under My Thumb
When The Whip Comes Down
Let's Spend The Night Together
Black Limousine
Just My Imagination
Twenty Flight Rock
Let Me Go
Time Is On My Side
Beast Of Burden
Waiting On A Friend
Let It Bleed

You Can't Always Get What You Want
Little T & A
Tumbling Dice
She's So Cold
All Down The Line
Band introduction
Hang Fire
Miss You
Start Me Up
Honky Tonk Women
Brown Sugar
Jumping Jack Flash
Street Fighting Man
Bonus track (Folsom Field October 3)

*Oasis 1995-02-15 New Daisy Theater Memphis, TN

Source - Unknown Audience Source - Master Audio Tape - CD-R - FLAC

Length: 1:10:53

Set List

Rock N' Roll Star   
Fade Away   
Digsy's Dinner   
Live Forever   
Up In The Sky   
Bring It On Down   
1Slide Away   
(It's Good) To Be Free (Middle Cut)   
Cigarettes & Alcohol   
Married With Children   
I Am The Walrus

Notes - Don't let the master audio tape source fool you, this one is for collectors only.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

*Oasis 2001-01-18 Buenos Aires Hot Festival, Argentina

Buenos Aires Hot Festival, Argentina
January 18, 2001

DVD authored by FerOasis_75

Sky TV broadcast:

01 Go Let It Out
02 Who Feels Love
03 Supersonic
04 Acquiesce
05 Gas Panic
06 Roll With It
07 Wonderwall
08 Don't Look Back In Anger
09 Live Forever
10 Champagne Supernova
11 ROck 'N Roll Star

Much Music broadcast:
01 Go Let It Out
02 Who Feels Love
03 Supersonic
04 Acquiesce
05 Gas Panic
06 Roll With It
07 Wonderwall
08 Cigarettes & Alcohol
09 Don't Look Back In Anger
10 Hey Hey My My
11 Live Forever
12 Champagne Supernova
13 ROck 'N Roll Star

Where Did It All Go Wrong (Leno)
I Can See a Liar (Letterman)
Step Out (Reading Festival 2000)


Link 1
Link 2
Link 3
Link 4

*David Bowie 1974-07-01 Fox Theater, Altanta, GA

DAVID BOWIE - Atlanta 1974-07-01

Fox Theater, Altanta, GA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 (arcorman) > Denon DR-500 deck > direct wire > iZotope RX2 denoiser tool for light hiss removal > Goldwave for track splits etc > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1 (90 minute disc)
Artwork: included
Total running time: 89:47


1. 1984
2. Rebel Rebel
3. Moonage Daydream
4. Sweet Thing
5. Candidate
6. Sweet Thing (reprise)
7. Changes
8. Suffragette City
9. Aladdin Sane
10. All The Young Dudes
11. Cracked Actor
12. Rock'n'Roll With Me
13. Watch That Man
14. Space Oddity
15. Future Legend
16. Diamond Dogs
17. Panic In Detroit
18. Big Brother
19. Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
20. Time
21. The Width Of A Circle
22. The Jean Genie
23. Rock'n'Roll Suicide


Denoiser in iZotope RX2 to remove hiss
Running a little slow - speed correction with a factor of 102%

Gap in Sweet Thing at 1:16 - removed with fades.
Significant volume reprofiling needed in part of Watch That Man before the tape flip.
Tape flip during Watch That Man - fade-out/in to join.
Legacy join between Watch That Man and Space Oddity - faded to tidy.
Loud pop at the start of Rock'n'Roll Suicide removed, and then further cleaned using Goldwave Pop/Click tool, aggressive setting.

Sector Boundary Errors fixed with TLH.


Monday, March 9, 2015

*The Beatles Live 09 - Bowled Over Purple Chick

The Beatles
Live 09 - Bowled Over
Purple Chick


Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis, MN - 21 August, 1965
1: She's A Woman (Visit To Minneapolis)
2: I Feel Fine (Visit To Minneapolis)
3: Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Visit To Minneapolis)
4: Ticket To Ride (Visit To Minneapolis)
5: Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (Visit To Minneapolis)
6: Can't Buy Me Love (Visit To Minneapolis)
7: Baby's In Black (Visit To Minneapolis)
8: I Wanna Be Your Man (Visit To Minneapolis)
9: A Hard Day’s Night (Visit To Minneapolis)
10: Help! (Visit To Minneapolis)
11: I'm Down (Visit To Minneapolis)

Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA - 29 August, 1965
12: intro (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
13: Twist And Shout (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
14: She's A Woman (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
15: I Feel Fine (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
16: Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
17: Ticket To Ride (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
18: Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
19: Can't Buy Me Love
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
20: Baby's In Black
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
21: I Wanna Be Your Man
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
22: A Hard Day’s Night
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
23: Help! (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
24: I'm Down (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
25: outro (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)


Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA - 30 August, 1965
1: intro (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
2: Twist And Shout (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
3: She's A Woman (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
4: I Feel Fine (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
5: Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
6: Ticket To Ride (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
7: Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
8: Can't Buy Me Love
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
9: Baby's In Black
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
10: I Wanna Be Your Man
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
11: A Hard Day’s Night
(The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)
12: Help! (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
13: I'm Down (Complete Hollywood Bowl…)
14: outro (The Complete Hollywood Bowl Concerts)

Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA - 31 August, 1965 (afternoon)
15: intro
16: Twist And Shout (Blackpool Night Out ’64 Upgraded)
17: intro to dizzy miss lizzy (Blackpool Night Out ’64 Upgraded)
18: Can't Buy Me Love (Blackpool Night Out ’64 Upgraded)
19: I Wanna Be Your Man (Blackpool Night Out ’64 Upgraded)
20: A Hard Day’s Night (Blackpool Night Out ’64 Upgraded)

Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA - 31 August, 1965 (evening)
21: intro (Make As Much Noise As You Like)
22: Twist And Shout (MAMNAYL)
23: She's A Woman (MAMNAYL)

Shea Stadium, New York, NY - 15 August, 1965
overdubs / re-recording: 5 January, 1966: CTS Studios, London
24: intro (Shea Stadium WABC TV Broadcast)
25: Twist And Shout (Shea … WABC TV)
26: I Feel Fine (Shea … WABC TV)
27: Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Shea … WABC TV)
28: Ticket To Ride (Shea … WABC TV + Anthology 2)
29: Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
(Anthology 2 + Shea … WABC TV)
30: Can't Buy Me Love (Shea … WABC TV)
31: Baby's In Black (Shea … WABC TV)
32: A Hard Day’s Night (Shea … WABC TV)
33: Help! (Shea … WABC TV)
34: I'm Down (Shea … WABC TV)
35: outro (Shea … WABC TV) (In Montreal)

Bonus Track - stereo shea mix
36 Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby

The ninth volume in our 'all the good titles are taken already' overview of The Beatles’ live career. This brings us to the end of their second U.S. tour and, unfortunately, to the end of the surviving 1965 shows. We’d love to hear it a tape from their December British tour.

Most of these recordings already sounded fine, although the less said about Minneapolis the better. Even so, we still ran our proprietary audio clean-up system. We think the re-edit and re-eq of the afternoon San Fransisco show is the most significant improvement.

Our Hollywood Bowl Deluxe Edition has different edits/mixes, but these are the unedited stereo tapes of the 1965 Hollywood Bowl shows. (We also fixed a tape stretch in I Feel Fine on the 30th. Wow.)

As always, Purple Chick discs are fan created and NEVER FOR SALE!!!


Sunday, March 8, 2015

*KISS 1977-03-05 Rupp Arena Lexington KY

Source: Audience recording
Location: Rupp Arena Lexington KY
Date: March 5, 1977
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:

Detroit Rock City
Take Me
Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll
Ladies Room
Makin' Love
I Want You
Cold Gin
Do You Love Me
Nothin' to Lose
God of Thunder
Rock and Roll All Nite
Shout It Out Loud
Black Diamond 


*Dire Straits 1979-02-16 Rockpalast WDR Studio-L Köln, Germany

Dire Straits
WDR Studio-L Köln, Germany
Rockpalast performance 16th february 1979
complete show , FM

lineage: FM>tape (1st. gen.)>cd-r>eac>wav>flac

this is the complete show!

The songs:

01 Down To The Waterline
02 Six Blade Knife
03 Once Upon A Time In The West
04 Lady Writer
05 Single Handed Sailor
06 Water Of Love
07 In The Gallery
08 Follow Me Home
09 News

10 What's The Matter, Baby
11 Lions
12 Sultans Of Swing
13 Wild West End
14 Where Do You Think You're Going
15 West Bound Woman
16 Sultans Of Swing

the band:

Mark Knopfler - g,voc
David Knopfler - g,voc
John Illsley - b,voc
Pick Withers - dr

never buy or sell - trade freely!


Friday, March 6, 2015

*Dire Straits 1979-02-13 Dusseldorf, Germany

Dire Straits - Europe 1979
Dusseldorf, Germany - February 13, 1979 -
Post Script - PSCD1177 -

Lineage: My silvers --> EAC --> FLAC (8) --> YOU
Artwork included


Lady Writer (4:02)
Single-Handed Sailor (5:10)
Water Of Love (6:31)
In The Gallery (6:04)
Follow Me Home (5:09)
News (4:12)
What's The Matter, Baby? (Knopfler, David) (3:03)
Lions (6:12)
Sultans Of Swing (4:54)
Wild West End (5:03)
Where Do You Think You're Going? (4:30)
Eastbound Train (4:26)
Southbound Again (4:58)
Angel Of Mercy (5:05)

Sound quality: Good audience recording

* Terms of use :
* - Do NOT sell this recording.
* - Do NOT encode this recording to mp3 (or other lossy formats) except for personal use.


*Dire Straits 1978-10-28 Musikhalle Hamburg, Germany

Dire Straits
Hamburg, Germany
October 28, 1978

CD-R1 - Aud 3

Track List:

   1. Down to the Waterline
   2. Six Blade Knife
   3. Once Upon a Time in the West
   4. Lady Writer
   5. Single Handed Sailor
   6. Water of Love
   7. In the Gallery
   8. Follow Me Home
   9. News
  10. What's the Matter, Baby?
  11. Lions
  12. Sultans of Swing

Geetarz Comments:

Some tape hiss, otherwise a decent, listenable audience recording.

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


~Geetarz, November 2009

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

*AC/DC 1977-10-14 Mayfair Ballroom Newcastle, England

Band: AC/DC
Venue: Mayfair Ballroom
City: Newcastle
Country: England
Date: October 14 1977
Taper: Unknown
Recording Equipment: Unknown
Tour: Let There Be Rock UK Tour

Lineage: Trade > CDR > EAC "Secure Mode" > Wave > Traders Little Helper > Flac 6

Soundquality: I´d rate this one 8 - 8,5 out of 10. Bonus Tracks 8 - 8,5 out of 10.


1.   Let There Be Rock
2.   Problem Child
3.   Hell Ain't A Bad Place To Be
4.   Whole Lotta Rosie
5.   High Voltage
6.   She´s Got The Jack
7.   Bad Boy Boogie
8.   I´m A Rocker
9.   Audience > T.N.T.

Bonus Tracks:

10.  Interview Bon Scott Part 1 *
11.  Interview Bon Scott Part 2 *
12.  Interview Bon Scott Part 3 *
13.  Interview Bon Scott Part 4 *
14.  Interview Bon SCott Part 5 *
15.  Interview Bon Scott Part 6 *
16.  Interview Bon Scott Part 7 *
17.  Interview Bon Scott Part 8 *

*    Radio Forth 96.8, Edinburgh, Scotland October 31 1978