Friday, March 31, 2017

Stevie Ray Vaughan 1988-09-05 Red Rocks Morrison, CO

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble

Red Rocks Amphitheater
Morrison, CO - 05sep88
KBCO Budweiser Summer Of Stars - FM Broadcast


http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=381972&show_users=true
About 8 owners currently.

Another Classic From The Dubwise Garage Collection, Thanks Vince.

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Lineage: SBD > ? > CDR Trade > EAC > WAV > FLAC Level 8

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Disc 1

   1. Jam - cuts in on last 30 seconds
   2. Scuttle Buttin'
   3. Say What
   4. Pride And Joy
   5. Let Me Love You Baby
   6. You'll Be Mine - skips at 2:52
   7. Mary Had A Little Lamb
   8. Leave My Girl Alone
   9. Superstition


Disc 2

   1. Honey Bee
   2. Cold Shot
   3. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie talks about meeting Reese Wynans
   4. Life Without You - cuts in
   5. Love Struck
   6. Wham - has short skip



SBD A-

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Yes 2014-07-10 Radio City Music Hall New York, NY



Yes
Radio City Music Hall
New York, New York
July 10, 2014

Lineage: Sound Professionals SP-TFB-2 in ear binaurals > ZoomH2 > Tracks split using Sound Studio > to FLAC using xACT

Recording Location: Left side of 2nd mezzanine. 4th row.

Moment of anxiety on the way in. Security guard pointed to my left pants pocket and asked "What's that." It was my wallet. Recording gear was in RIGHT pants pocket. (along with phone and keys in case anyone asked what was in THAT pocket.) Radio City has great sound and this night was no exception. Empty seats to my left, in front of me, and behind me. A quiet couple sat to my right. One guy a few seats back whistled a few times, especially during the beginning of And You And I. He sounds kind of like my 4 year old trying to whistle. Other than that, no interference to speak of. I recorded opening act Syd Arthur if anyone is interested.

Disc 1:
01 intro
02 Siberian Khatru
03 And You and I
04 Close to the Edge
05 Believe Again
06 Roundabout
07 Cans and Brahms
08 We Have Heaven
09 South Side of the Sky

Disc 2:
10 Five Percent For Nothing
11 Long Distance Runaround
12 The Fish (Schindleria Prematurus)
13 Mood For a Day
14 Heart of the Sunrise
15 All Good People
16 Owner of a Lonely Heart
17 Starship Trooper

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Neil Young 1989-12-11 Elysie Montmartre - Paris, France

Neil Young -   December 11, 1989
Elysie Montmartre - Paris, France
AUDIENCE RECORDING

   1st gen cassette -- Pro Tools -- CD - EAC - wav - flac

My My, Hey Hey
Rockin' In The Free World
The Old Laughing Lady
Don't Let It Bring You Down
Someday
Crime In The City
Eldorado
Too Far Gone
This Note's For You
The Needle And The Damage Done
No More
Fuckin' Up
Stringman
After The Goldrush
Ohio
Rockin' In The Free World
Powderfinger

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Guns N' Roses 2017-01-28 Saitama Super Arena Saitama, JP


Guns N' Roses 2017-01-28 Saitama, JP (AUD/FLAC)

NOT IN THIS LIFETIME... TOKYO #1( XAVEL 291)

SAITAMA SUPER ARENA, SAITAMA, JAPAN 28TH JANUARY 2017

CDRs > EAC > WAV > FLAC


(DISC 1)
01. INTRO (LOONEY TUNES / THE EQUALIZER)
02. IT'S SO EASY
03. MR. BROWNSTONE
04. CHINESE DEMOCRACY
05. WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE
06. DOUBLE TALKIN' JIVE
07. BETTER
08. ESTRANGED
09. LIVE AND LET DIE
10. ROCKET QUEEN
11. YOU COULD BE MINE
12. YOU CAN'T PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND A MEMORY INTRO / NEW ROSE
13. THIS I LOVE
14. CIVIL WAR

(DISC 2)
01. COMA
02. BAND INTRODUCTION
03. SPEAK SOFTLY LOVE (LOVE THEME FROM THE GODFATHER)
04. SWEET CHILD O' MINE
05. USED TO LOVE HER
06. OUT TA GET ME
07. WISH YOU WERE HERE / LAYLA OUTRO
08. NOVEMBER RAIN

(DISC 3)
01. KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR
02. NIGHTRAIN
*ENCORE:
03. BABE I'M GONNA LEAVE YOU INTRO / DON'T CRY
04. THE SEEKER
05. PARADISE CITY 


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Guns N’ Roses 2017-01-22 World Hall Kobe, JP

Guns N’Roses - 2017-01-22 - Kobe, JP (AUD/FLAC)

"Not In This Lifetime...Kobe" (Xavel-289)

World Hall - Kobe, Japan
January 22nd, 2017


Original CD-R's > Exact Audio Copy > WAV > FLAC Frontend

(Disc 1)
01. Intro (Looney Tunes / The Equalizer)
02. It's So Easy
03. Mr. Brownstone
04. Chinese Democracy
05. Welcome to the Jungle
06. Double Talkin' Jive
07. Better
08. Estranged
09. Live and Let Die
10. Rocket Queen
11. You Could Be Mine
12. You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory Intro / New Rose
13. This I Love   14. Civil War

(Disc 2)
01. Coma
02. Band Introduction
03. Speak Softly Love (Love Theme From The Godfather)
04. Sweet Child O' Mine
05. Out Ta Get Me
06. Wish You Were Here
07. November Rain
08. Knockin' on Heaven's Door
09. Nightrain
10. Sorry
11. Don't Cry
12. The Seeker
13. Paradise City 


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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Guns N’ Roses 2017-01-21 Kyocera Dome Osaka, Japan


Guns N’ Roses - 2017-01-21 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

"Not In This Lifetime...Osaka" (Xavel-288)

Kyocera Dome - Osaka, Japan
January 21st, 2017


Original CD-R's > Exact Audio Copy > WAV > FLAC Frontend

(Disc 1)
01. Intro (Looney Tunes / The Equalizer)
02. It's So Easy
03. Mr. Brownstone
04. Chinese Democracy
05. Welcome to the Jungle
06. Double Talkin' Jive
07. Better
08. Estranged
09. Live and Let Die
10. Rocket Queen
11. You Could Be Mine
12. You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory Intro / Attitude
13. This I Love   14. Civil War

(Disc 2)
01. Coma
02. Band Introduction
03. Speak Softly Love (Love Theme From The Godfather)
04. Sweet Child O' Mine
05. Wish You Were Here
06. November Rain
07. Knockin' on Heaven's Door
08. Nightrain
09. Angie / Patience
10. The Seeker
11. Paradise City


NOTICE
Dear mediaaddict,
enjoy this recording but never upload to any server, thank you;-)

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The Rolling Stones 1972-06-24 Sumet Barnett Recording Studios, Dallas, TX


THE ROLLING STONES
Stones Touring Party aka 1972 Dallas Rehearsals

Sumet Barnett Recording Studios, Dallas, Texas
June 23 or 24, 1972
Excellent stereo

Disc 1:
1. Jungle Disease Jam 1
2. Jungle Disease Jam 2
3. Tar And Feather Blues
4. Hats Off To Slim Harpo Jam
5. Let It Loose #1-#7
6. Gimme Shelter
7. Torn And Frayed
8. Ventilator Blues
9. Ventilator Blues
10. Delta Slide
11. Memphis Jam

Disc 2:
1. Don't Lie To Me    
2. Tabasco Jam   
3. Hip Shake #1-#2
4. Let It Loose #8   
5. Texarcana Jam                           
6. Shave 'Em Dry
7. Key To The Highway
8. 32-20 Blues
9. Let It Loose   
10. Torn And Frayed
11. The Last Time Jam
12. Satisfaction
13. Monkey Man Jam   
14. Whip's Crack & Tiger Snarl
15. Exile On Main Street Blues - UK promotional flexidisc 1972

Mick Jagger - vocals,
Mick Taylor - guitar, Keith Richards - guitar,
Bill Wyman - bass, Charlie Watts - drums
Nicky Hopkins - keyboards;
Bobby Keys - sax; Jim Price - trumpet

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Bob Dylan 1992-06-20 Kursaal, Cote D'Opale Festival Dunkirk, France(Masters Series167)

BOB DYLAN
KURSAAL, COTE D'OPALE FESTIVAL
DUNKIRK
FRANCE

June 20, 1992

Masters Series 167

D8 A8 S9 H8 F8  SC    48 mins


Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (Trad)
You're A Big Girl Now
Seeing The Real You At Last
Just Like A Woman
Tangled Up In Blue
What Good Am I ?
Maggie's Farm (frag)
Love Minus Zero/No Limit
Girl On The Greenbriar Shore (Trad)
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall


Rather truncated but very watchable film, captures the rare Greenbriar shore really well also,

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies
will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually
with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out

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Neil Young 1989-12-10 Muziektheater Stopera Amsterdam, Netherlands

"The Neil Young in Amsterdam 1989 Project" by Magnix.

Please take notice very carefully of what is offered here before downloading, and keep this information file for future reference.
Share and trade freely, do not sell!

To my knowledge here's the most complete version so far of Neil Young's performance at the Muziektheater Stopera in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on Sunday December 10th 1989.

On stage was:
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, banjo, keyboards, harmonica

Supported by:
Frank Sampedro - guitar. mandolin, vocals
Ben Keith - dobro, keyboards, vocals

Disc 1 (47:43)
01. Hey Hey, My My
02. Rockin' In The Free World (1)
03. The Old Laughing Lady
04. Don't Let It Bring You Down
05. Someday
06. Crime In The City
07. Eldorado
08. Too Far Gone

Disc 2 (43:57)
09. This Note's For You
10. The Needle And The Damage Done
11. No More
12. Fuckin' Up
13. After The Gold Rush
14. Hanging On A Limb
15. Heart Of Gold
16. Ohio
encore
17. Rockin' In The Free World (2)

Although this contains almost everything from the previously torrented (#144140) recording of this show - as taken from the rebroadcast on Dutch radio on April 18, 2007 (thanks again Willem1947) - this still qualifies as an upgrade I think! That particular recording was missing one definitely performed song, which is included here as spliced in from another FM source. Also other additional bits and pieces have been added and altered where 'needed' ... Complete notes on the recreation of this wonderful show and recording can be found below.

But first ... a little (personal) history on this recording ...

This show was originally broadcast in two parts on Dutch KRO radio on January 14, and February 11, 1990. These broadcasts ended up on the "Amsterdam '89" bootleg (hence the fade-out and fade-in half way that disc; between "Crime In The City" and "Eldorado"). Both the orginal broadcasts and that CD were/are missing "No More" and "Fuckin' Up".

Back in 1990 I taped the two FM broadcasts, but deleted them (something I wouldn't do anymore nowadays, being the completist I became) when I bought the "Amsterdam '89" CD sixteen years ago (in my pre-trade and pre-download years, buying bootlegs was one of only few options to get recordings of shows).
When I got on the internet somewhere in 1995 and after I got a copy of Pete Long's "Ghosts On The Road", I learned that the original broadcasts and the CD were missing the two mentioned songs, and that ten songs, including "No More", have been rebroadcast in October 1995.

Thanks to the internet I got in touch with many fellow collector's, and I started trading tapes. Eight years ago I got a tape with "No More" from the October 1995 (VPRO) broadcast from a(nother) Dutch Rustie. Thanks again Michiel!

In the years to follow nothing happened. Once in a while I thought about the last missing track, but never was able to lay my hands on it. Although I heard/read about an audience recording of this show, I never came across a copy of it somehow. And maybe there have been other rebroadcasts ... if so, I missed them ...

In the Fall of 2005 a combination of the "Amsterdam '89" CD and the audience recording was made availabe through the 'Hempsall' trees site. I signed up as a leaf to get this complete recording, and in December that year I received a copy of those discs. Unfortunately it had two seconds gaps between the tracks, so before having a good listen I had to correct that ... Anyways, this set used the complete "Amsterdam '89" CD plus it had the missing two tracks added from the audience recording as well as the stage banter between "Crime In The City" and "Eldorado".

This complete 87 minutes set has also been torrented on Dime twice (#74475 and #121362), and was available on the tracker from December 21, 2005 until August 27, 2006 and from November 15, 2006 until August 12, 2007, and has been snatched resp. 245 and 283 times.

Also, on November 28, 2006 a pre-FM tape was torrented on Dime (#123220). Although still on the tracker at the time of writing, it's has 0 peers, but was snatched 1,111 times. This pre-FM tape was a huge upgrade, it has the missing track "Fuckin' Up" and lots of stage banter which is missing on the original FM broadcasts (and therefore the "Amsterdam '89" CD). Unfortunately the track "No More" is still missing. As the seeder wrote: "it faded out on the DAT after a couple of seconds. I removed this snippet and some of the inter-track silence to fit the show on one 80min CDR - they were still expensive when I transferred this show!"

Then it was April 19, 2007. A co-worker asked if I had listed to NPS Radio 6 (Dutch radio channel) the night before. I hadn't, and he told me that they aired the Amsterdam 1989 show! Thanks to Dime, and uploader Willem1947 who captured the broadcast, I was able to get it after all within a week after the broadcast (torrent #144140, currently still on the tracker and active with 529 snatches so far).
The radio DJ announced the show as being complete without any cuts! However, "No More" is still missing! It seems as if that track got lost somewhere down the line of time, as the pre-FM recording is also missing that track!

While I still had this tape with "No More" from the October 1995 broadcast I decided to give it a try and mix this into either the pre-FM or the new FM recording. I was able to do so with both recordings quite well.

Again another rebroadcast took place just last Monday, August 27, 2007 as part of the Dutch Radio 2 Zomerfestival. This was incomplete (10 out 17 songs), and the running order was completely shuffled. A torrent for this recording (#160168) was banned from Dime because the torrent of the April 18 broadcast was/is still active on the tracker, and that one is almost complete.

After the succesful mixing of "No More" between "The Needle And The Damage Done" and "Fuckin' Up", I also started comparing all different sources, especially to hear the differences in stage banter and tuning between songs. It turned out to have a few differences, with the latest FM broadcast as the most complete one. I then decided to use that recording as the basis for my own recreation of the complete show. And that is what you will find right here!


Additional website @ http://www.gerpotze.com/neilyoung/ny1989-12-10.htm


Used sources:
- "Amsterdam '89" bootleg CD (from FM broadcast January-February 1990)
- Combination of "Amsterdam '89" bootleg CD and audience source
  (from 'Hempsall' tree; also torrented on Dime)
- Pre-FM tape (as torrented on Dime)
- FM cable broadcast April 18, 2007 (as torrented on Dime)


Used software:
EAC v0.95b4, CoolEditPro 2.0, CDWave v1.94.5, and FLAC v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).


Notes on the combination of sources:

Start
- Disc 1, track 1 has the first six seconds from the "Amsterdam '89" boot added;

- Disc 1, tracks 1-6 are taken from April 2007 broadcast (more complete than other sources; pre-FM tape misses a few bits and pieces of stage banter, but the original seeder edited it down to fit on a 80 mins. disc - see notes above and the original torrent);

- The April 2007 broadcast misses Neil's remark about a 'sound' between disc 1, tracks 6 and 7 (the cut is audible). Approx. 16-17 seconds from pre-FM tape have been added/mixed in;

- Disc 1, tracks 7-8, and disc 2, track 1 from the April 2007 broadcast (more complete than other sources; pre-FM tape misses a few bits and pieces of stage banter, but the original seeder edited it down to fit on a 80 mins. disc - see notes above and the original torrent);

- The recording of the April 2007 broadcast misses the first 38 seconds on disc 2, track 2. The torrent included this track with the missing piece included from another source. Also another edit was posted as part of the comments (thanks to Mike). However, in all cases the switch between sources remained audible. I have also spent a lot of time trying to get a good transition between the two sources. At one point I nearly got it right, but somehow it still didn't feel/hear right. Therefore I have replaced the complete track with the version from the Amsterdam '89 boot. It only has been slightly filtered and amplified, and the audience noise before the track has been mixed with the fading audience noise from the track before from the April 2007 broadcast (disc 2, track 1 was disc 1, track 9 on the April 2007 torrent, but I have moved that to disc 2, track 1, because there was a break in the show just before that track - as audible with Neil saying "Thanks, I see you guys in a little while" after disc 1, track 8);

- Disc 2, track 3 has become a sort of holy grail when it comes to this Neil Young show. There has even been some discussion if this song has been performed at all that night. However, it has always been beyond doubt that this was played, not only because of reports from people who attended the show, and because it's on an audience recording of the show, but ALSO because it has been broadcast on FM radio once (in October 1995 according to GOTR)! Strangely enough it is missing (it fades out after a couple of seconds) on the circulating pre-FM tape, which probably has been the basis for all later rebroadcasts. See also the notes above.
Included here is "No More" from a 2nd gen. tape of the 1995 (VPRO) FM broadcast, mixed in as good as possible between disc 2, tracks 2 and 4. Compared to the audience recording I know of this part of the show (I only have disc 2, tracks 3 and 4 from that recording), there's 'only' some guitar tuning missing between the two tracks when combining the two FM sources. This part has been mixed in from the audience recording, although it's of lesser quality soundwise, it makes the transition more 'logical'. Another short piece of the audience recording has been mixed to get a (slightly) better transition between disc 2, tracks 3 and 4.

- From here the April 2007 broadcast continues: disc 2, tracks 4-9. Note that the pre-FM tape/torrent does not have the audience shouting for an encore. The April 2007 broadcast has all of that (more than 3 minutes). Also, the "Amsterdam '89" boot has a little extra crowd noise at the end of the show, and that has been cross-faded with the shorter piece of crowd noise on the April 2007 broadcast/torrent.
End.


Please note that this was made for my own use and pleasure in the first place. I have spent many hours listening, comparing and mixing the various recordings, and this is what came out. As explained I used the April 2007 broadcast as the basis for this recreation. Purists may prefer the pre-FM tape, and my intention at first was to use that as well, but the FM broadcast was the most complete recording available, including (almost) all stage banter. And because I was also going to add "No More" from FM, I decided that mixing FM with FM makes more sense soundwise. And besides all that, the April 2007 broadcast simply sounds awesome! Anyways, if someone wants to recreate this show with the pre-FM tape as the basis for a complete show (including ALL stage banter and tuning spliced in from other sources), please drop me a message, and I will send you the 'raw and unmixed' recording of "No More" from the October 1995 broadcast straight from my tape.


And finally ...
At the time of finishing up this project, I also received information that "No More" most probably never has been available on the tapes made by KRO Radio, as Neil wanted the show to be recorded on 24-track tapes, and that they had to give up one song to make a tape switch. I have been assured that "No More" definitely is not on the master tapes which have been used for the April 2007 broadcast! Because "No More" was broadcast by VPRO Radio (instead of KRO who lent their tapes to NPS for the April 2007 broadcast), it is very well possible that they used the audio from their own recordings, which were made for TV. Maybe time will tell if VPRO (still) has the complete show or at least "No More" ... and maybe it will be aired one day (although not likely I think).

Anyways, in addition to this recreation of the complete Amsterdam 1989 show, I will upload a 21 mins. DVD with the footage as broadcast by VPRO TV between January 1990 and July 1992! More info to follow with that upload.


Magnix
Near Amsterdam, September 2, 2007.


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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

David Bowie 1974-10-20 Michigan Palace Detroit, MI

Artist: David Bowie
Date: 1974-10-20
Location: Detroit, WA
Venue: Michigan Palace
Source: Audience
Lineage: ANA(M)>WAV [96kHz/24bit]>WAV [44.1kHz/16bit]>FLAC [Level 8]
Transfer: Nakamichi CR-7A>PreSonus FireStudio Project>Adobe Audition 3.0>Cdwave editor>FLAC frontend 1.7.1
Taping Gear: Radioshack dictation style cassette recorder w/builtin mic
Taped By: Friend of JEMS
Transferred By: Mike Ziegler
master tapes courtesy of JEMS archives

Band Members:
David Bowie - vocals

The Mike Garson Band
Mike Garson - piano, mellotron
Earl Slick - lead guitar
Carlos Alomar - rhythm guitar
Emir Ksasan - bass
Dennis Davis - drums
Pablo Rosario - percussion
David Sanborn - alto sax, flute
Richard Grando - baritone sax, flute
Michael Kamen - electric piano, moog, oboe
Geoffrey MacCormack aka Warren Peace - backing vocals
Ava Cherry - backing vocals
Robin Clark - backing vocals
Jean Fineberg - backing vocals
Anthony Hinton - backing vocals
Dianne Sumler - backing vocals
Luther Vandross - backing vocals

Setlist:
01. Rebel Rebel (cuts in)
02. John I'm Only Dancing
03. Sorrow
04. Changes
05. 1984
06. Moonage Daydream
07. Rock 'N' Roll With Me
08. Love Me Do ->
09. The Jean Genie
10. Diamond Dogs
11. Young Americans
12. Can You Hear Me
13. It's Gonna Be Me
14. Somebody Up There Likes Me
15. Suffragette City
16. Rock 'N' Roll Suicide
17. Panic In Detroit

Length: 80:31

Notes:
Master cassette transfer from the JEMS archives. This recording captures Bowie on the soul/philly dogs tour. He played 5 nights at the Michigan Palace for this stop with this recording coming from the last night. It is mostly complete possibly missing only the opening song(s) which most likely would have been either Memory Of A Free Festival and/or Space Oddity.

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Neil Young 1973-09-20 Roxy Theater, Los Angeles, California(Late Show)

and The Santa Monica Flyers

Roxy Theater, Los Angeles, California
September 20, 1973, Late Show

Lineage unknown

Speed adjusted (106.6 stretch) and right channel amplified for better balance with Adobe Audition 3.0.1
Tracked with CD Wave, encoded to flac 8 with Flac Frontend, tagged and verified


01. Tonight's The Night 6:20
02. Mellow My Mind 3:09
03. World On A String 4:50
04. Speakin' Out 6:41
05. Albuquerque 5:01
06. New Mama 2:37
07. Roll Another Number 4:59
08. Tired Eyes 5:35
09. Tonight's The Night 9:04
10. Cowgirl in the Sand 9:47

Total time: 58:07


Neil Young - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, piano, vocals
Nils Lofgren - guitar, piano, accordeon, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals


Revised by pernod/Bert13
Saturday, March 19, 2010


Thanks to Cyrus and Babbo1 for the source.

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Jerry Garcia Band 1991-01-30 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA

Jerry Garcia Band 1991-01-30 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
FOB NAK 700>DAT>CD>Cool Edit Pro>CD

Disc I - Set I
1. Cats Down Under The Stars [10:15]
2. They Love Each Other [7:53]
3. Forever Young [11:25]
4. Struggling Man [8:32]
5. Run For The Roses [6:09]
6. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [9:27]
7. My Sisters And Brothers [4:10]
8. Let's Spend The Night Together [11:26]

Disc II - Set II
1. The Way You Do The Things You Do [14:14]
2. He Ain't Give You None [9:08]
3. Tore Up Over You [8:29]
4. Gomorrah [6:45]
5. Don't Let Go [21:00]
6. That Lucky Old Sun [12:42]
7. Midnight Moonlight [7:03]

NOTE: This was a wav version of shnid 16712 that I extracted to my computer.

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Rush 2015-05-10 Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, NE

Rush
Pinnacle Bank Arena
Lincoln, NE
May 10, 2015


Source: Schoeps MK4 > actives > tinybox > Sony M-10
Transfer: wav file > Sound Studio > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Recording location: Section 112, row 12 (dead center elevated behind mixing board)
Recorded by: Tapehead2


First set of alternates: The Wreckers for Clockwork Angels, How It Is (first time played) for One Little Victory, Between The Wheels for Distant Early Warning, The Camera Eye for Red Barchetta. There are still more alternates to come. I'm glad I'll be in St. Paul for show #3.

Several people have asked if I'm filming. I brought along all my gear but decided my first priority was audio and didn't want to jeopardize getting tossed. (My bust rate is anywhere from 10-25% depending on how careful/reckless I am.) So no full shows yet... can't promise, but perhaps later in the tour. I did do a few selected clips both in Tulsa and Lincoln (including How It Is, Between The Wheels, Jacob's Ladder and Xanadu from the latter) which I'll post to my YouTube channel (youtube.com/tapeheadtoo).



Set 1
01 Intro montage: The World Is...The World Is
02 The Anarchist
03 The Wreckers
04 Headlong Flight (with drum solo #1)
05 Far Cry
06 The Main Monkey Business
07 How It Is
08 Animate
09 Roll The Bones
10 Between The Wheels
11 Subdivisions

Set 2
12 Intro film: No Country For Old Hens
13 Tom Sawyer
14 The Camera Eye
15 The Spirit of Radio
16 Jacob's Ladder
17 Hemispheres: Prelude
18 Cygnus X-1 (with drum solo #2)
19 Closer To The Heart
20 Xanadu
21 2112 (Overture/Temples of Syrinx/Presentation/Grand Finale)

Encore:
22 Intro clip
23 Lakeside Park
24 Anthem
25 What You're Doing
26 Working Man (with Garden Road teaser)
27 Ending film: Exit Stage Left
28 Outro music: Closer To The Heart (polka version)


Length: 2:39:19


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The Replacements 2015-04-13 Masonic Auditorium San Francisco CA

The Replacements
Masonic Auditorium
San Francisco CA
Monday, April 13, 2015

Lineage:
SP-CMC-2 cardiods-->Sony PCM-M10-->Audacity (amplify, normalize, track splits, FLAC level 8)-->TLH-->you

Set list:
01 intro
02 takin' a ride
03 favorite thing
04 treatment bound
05 hangin' downtown
06 i don't know-->buck hill
07 i.o.u.
08 kissing in action
09 i'm in trouble
10 jazz improv
11 androgynous
12 i will dare
13 kiss me on the bus
14 unknown cover snippet
15 nobody
16 if only you were lonely
17 20th century boy-->bang a gong-->all shook down
18 anywhere's better than here
19 i hate music
20 i'll be you
21 take me down to the hospital
22 color me impressed
23 sixteen blue
24 the ledge
25 within your reach
26 maybelline
27 can't hardly wait
28 bastards of young-->my boy lollipop
29 seen your video
30 encore break
31 skyway
32 left of the dial
33 alex chilton (false start)
34 alex chilton

Notes:
The Replacements's first in San Francisco since January 1991. I was lucky enough to have seen them a few times back
in the day, and this show was exactly what I hoped for--everything from over-the-top powerful to vintage 'Mats
sloppiness. The antics included Paul singing "Androgynous" from inside a tent, switching instruments on "Seen Your Video",
and a brief attempt at "I Hate Music."
Recorded from the floor and generally came out well. mp3 samples are in comments. Do whatever you want with this recording except sell it.
Welcome any comments on the sound quality, the show, 'Mats stories, whatever.

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Guns N' Roses 1987-10-31 The Horizon, Syracuse, NY





On Halloween Night of 1987, a group of virtual unknowns calling themselves 'Guns N' Roses', blew the roof of a club calling itself 'The Horizon'in Syracuse, New York. For your listening pleasure, one of the last headlining club shows before the Gunners went on to become 'support band to the stars', and later, the world's number one rock band...


Halloween on the Horizon is one of the 'rarest of the rare' Guns N'Roses silver bootlegs, and it didn't come cheaply, so crank this mother for me!!

I would like it to be known that some jerk off is selling CDR copies of this performance under the title of "Bad Boys, Great Noise" complete with a trashy photocopy cover on Ebay. Please don't buy this inferior release. You are getting the best version for free, from me!

Give a Hoot! Don't pollute Ebay with burned media!!!

REQ: Any TESLA recordings! Especially audio from the Psychotic Supper and Bust A Nut tours. I do have all of the Tesla shows shared on EZT/DIME over the last 10 months, so I don't need any re-seeds. However, I am interested in all Tesla shows that were on STG at one time. In particular, there was one Tesla gig from 07-07-92 which was seeded on STG, that I would like to obtain. Thanks!!

Long live the Legend of Guns N' Fuckin'Roses!!

Milan 5-25-2005
http://listen.to/hardrockcdrs
Now trading DVDR boots for GN'R memorabilia!

Haloween On The Horizon [Silver] -> EAC [secure] -> WAV -> FLAC Frontend 1.7.1 [level8]
Total Size of torrent is 393MB

****FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY, DO NOT SELL!!****

Setlist info obtained with permission, from the excellent GNRBootlegs.com website!

http://www.gnrbootlegs.com/bootguide-audio/bootaudh.php#halloweenonthehorizon

Manufactured: Toasted
Catalog: Condor 1993
Matrix CD: ?
Barcode: no
Released: 1989
Made in: Korea
Source: The Horizon, Syracuse, NY, USA. October 31st 1987
Complete show?: yes
Sound Quality:
Excellent audience recording.
Booklet & Packaging: great covers - Thick stock paper
Time CD: 1:06:14

1 - It's So Easy (3:52)
2 - Move To The City (3:24)
3 - Out Ta Get Me (4:55)
4 - Mr. Brownstone (3:53)
5 - My Michelle (5:00)
6 - Sweet Child O' Mine (6:27)
7 - Roquet Queen (6:11)
8 - Welcome To The Jungle (5:15)
9 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door (7:14)
10 - You're Crazy (4:22)
11 - Paradise City (6:24)
12 - Mama Kin (4:04)
13 - Nightrain (5:13)



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Dire Straits 1981-06-17 Palais des Sports, Paris, France

LIVE IN PARIS 1981

Artist: Dire Straits
Venue: Palais des Sports, Paris, France
Date: 17th June 1981
Source: Audience
Format:  2CD-R
Tracks CD 1
Intro
Once upon a time in the west
Expresso love
Down to the waterline
Lions
Skateaway
Romeo and Juliet
News
Sultans of swing
Tracks CD 2
Portobello belle
Angel of mercy
Tunnel of love
Telegraph road
Where do you think you're going?
Solid rock

Additional comments :
A very rare recording with medium sound quality.
Complete concert, containing great new arrangements, experimentating on some parts, very nice!

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Neil Young 1973-02-11 Public Hall Cleveland, Ohio

 Neil Young w/ The Stray Gators
1973/02/11
Public Hall, Cleveland Convention Center
Cleveland, Ohio


Equipment : Sony Portable Cassette w/AKG D-1000-E DOW Mic
Location  : 5th Row Center
Lineage   : Master Cassette > wav > Sound Forge 7.0 > CDR
            > EAC (100% on single tracks) > GoldWave (to cue tracks) > mkw Audio > shn
Source    : Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Joe Ray from the Kenai River, Alaska


CD1 [0:42:10]
01. On The Way Home
02. Here We Are In The Years
03. I Am A Child
04. Journey Through The Past
05. Out On The Weekend *
06. Harvest
07. Old Man
08. Heart Of Gold
09. The Loner ^

*) after this song Neil talks directly to the taper.. "We're gonna get you."
^) fades out at the end

show id: 16865

note from the taper:

This IS the "We Gonna Get You" master tape!  As Joe Ray recalls it;
"After Neil's comment to get me ('the guy with the microphone'), I held the
microphone where it could not be seen until 'The Loner' (uncomplete), when
I turned the deck off. I was sitting in the 5th row center and the roadies
were looking for me from the side of the stage.  The pressure was on me,...
if I would have been caught I would have been arrested, etc.,... so, I just
stopped taping. I put the expensive AKG D-1000-E microphone in my boot.
I lost the $40.00 Sony Portable Cassette Deck and the Microphone Cord by
saved the microphone and the tape.  I became much more stealthy when
recording shows after this incident!"


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Bruce Springsteen 1974-10-12 Alexander Hall Princeton University Princeton, NJ



Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
“Spanish Johnny and Puerto Rican Jane”
KIVAK MASTER SERIES
1974 Volume 6
Princeton, NJ
October 12, 1974

Cassette>CD>Wav>CD WAV Editor/Magix/Roxio>flac

This is 1974 Volume 6. It took great effort to get this recording into shape. It ran slow on disc one and I corrected it to
sound closer to normal. At least to my ears. Disc two had another set of problems, where sound was primarily coming out of
one channel. I also corrected that. Tape warp was a culprit on the last two songs. You can begin to hear it in spots during
“Sandy” and then it worsens during “A Love So Fine.” I was able to remove many of the spots where the sound drops out on
“A Love So Fine”, but there was nothing I could do to correct the warp sound. Kitty’s Back is not complete clocking at 6:08
and there may be edits in other songs that escape me at the moment. The overall sound was on the muddy side, so I EQed it
which made some improvement. None of these shows will ever be sonic masterpieces, especially with the recorders available
in 1974. The intention for the master series was to replace the previous circulating recordings that had been dubbed from
cassettes and losing quality with each subsequent trade. Cassettes were the primary format for trading in the 70s. You can
imagine how many generations a cassette recording had to go through before reaching the 100th person during a trade.

With that said, there’s much in this recording to enjoy. There’s a very unusual moment when the band starts SPIRIT and then
stops and starts over again. LOST IN THE FLOOD is a nice rare treat, along with the beautiful violin playing by Suki Lahav
on INCIDENT and JUNGLELAND! Overall you can hear the intensity and energy of a young Bruce Springsteen and his almighty,
legendary E Street Band!

Mr Anonymous and Fanatic Records proudly present another installment of the Kivak Master Series!

Enjoy!!!!
Rob

DISC ONE
INTRO
INCIDENT ON 57TH STREET 
SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT  
DOES THIS BUS STOP? 
E ST SHUFFLE 
SAINT IN THE CITY 
LOST IN THE FLOOD 
SHES THE ONE 
JUNGLELAND 

DISC TWO
KITTYS BACK 
NEW YORK CITY SERENADE 
ROSALITA
4TH JULY ASBURY PARK (SANDY)
A LOVE SO FINE 



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Steve Earle 2000-11-12 PBS TV, Austin City Limits

Steve Earle
PBS TV, Austin City Limits
recording date: 11-12-00


01 Steve's Last Ramble
02 Transcendental Blues
03 The Galway Girl
04 Everyone's In Love With You
05 Another Town
06 Copperhead Road
07 interview


Transfer: VHS to DVD  (equipment unknown at this time...)


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Bob Dylan 1997-11-05 Huntington Civic Center Arena Huntington, West Virginia

Bob Dylan, 11/5/97, Huntington, West Virginia, 2CDR

LB-7418, (51min+52min), version "b"; Unidentified taper, Source/Lineage: no info, Derived from LB-4269, http://jokerman.org.uk/lb/detail/LB-04269.html, No alterations, except giving songs titles..; bittorrent download 04/09; same recording as LB-4269 with similar wav and spectral view except levels are higher and this seems to have less discontinuity flaws; (did not listen to all of this)

drop/cut between cdrs, end of d24; discontinuities between tracks

01. Maggie's Farm [05:50], 02. I Want You [05:46], 03. Cold Irons Bound [06:44], 04. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight [06:13], 05. Can't Wait [06:24], 06. Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter) [07:37], 07. Roving Gambler (trad.) [03:46], 08. Tangled Up In Blue [08:19], Total time [50:43], 09. Stone Walls And Steel Bars (Ray Pennington / Ray Marcum) [03:45], 10. Mr. Tambourine Man [07:13], 11. 'Til I Fell In Love With You [06:28], 12. Highway 61 Revisited [06:16], 13. Like A Rolling Stone [08:25], 14. It Ain't Me, Babe [07:49], 15. Love Sick [05:24], 16. Alabama Getaway (Robert Hunter/Jerry Garcia) [06:21], Total time [51:45]

Please retain this info file and its LB number as a marker for this lossless set
and if you spread it please list it in the description to avoid others getting duplicates

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The Black Crowes 1995-05-18 Pantages Theatre Los Angeles, CA

The Black Crowes
Pantages Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
May 18, 1995

** 16 BIT **

Source:  Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter, position unknown (most likely @ 80hz, middle setting) > Sony WM-D6
Transfer:  Master cassettes (Maxell XL-IIS 100m) > Denon 790R > Kenwood A-522 amplifier > Kenwood GE-622 Equalizer > .WAV @ 16 bit/44.1 kHz
Mastering:  .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) [Copy good left channel over bad right channel with 50 ms delay; WAVES plugin PS22
            Spread (10) - Pensado Spatializer; iZotope Mastering Suite (declick); splicing, minor edits, normalize, & fades] > CDWav tracking) >
            Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging)
Location:  DFC, row 15
Recorded & transferred by:  Steve "ballsdeep" Hagar
Mastered by:  Dennis Orr

Setlist:
01 High Head Blues (fade in)
02 Thick N' Thin
03 Could I've Been So Blind
04 Exit
05 Sister Luck
06 Jam >
07 Thorn In My Pride
08 Ballad In Urgency
09 Waitin' Guilty
10 Stare It Cold (1)
11 Hard To Handle (1)
12 Woke Up This Morning (My Baby's Gone) (1)
13 No Speak No Slave
14 Encore Break
- Encore -
15 She Talks To Angels
16 P.25 London
17 Chat
18 Remedy

(1) With The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

Chris Robinson - lead vocals & harp
Rich Robinson - guitars & backing vocals
Marc Ford - guitars & backing vocals
Johnny Colt - bass & backing vocals
Ed Harsch - keyboards
Steve Gorman - drums

Recording Notes: 
ONLY time hearing "Exit" live, "P.25" at a strange spot near the end.  HHB fades in and 3 songs have mic static, showing that repairs allegedly
done, weren't (Leonard traced it to a batch of bad wire).  "Jam > Thorn" is one of the bad spots, will update with the other 2 flawed songs.  I
still kick myself for going to Oakland for Page/Plant the next day vs. staying for that 3rd night.  Chris Keiper (Garcia) bailed, and there is
STILL no nice sounding audience recording from that night.
Rating:    8/10

Mastering Notes:
There were actually a lot more spots with static (caused as it turned out by a dirty input jack on the mics) than Steve first thought.  This show
already circulates, and as far as I know, it does so with the static.  For this "remaster", I decided to copy the good left channel over the
noisy right channel, with a 50 ms delay.  I then applied the WAVES plugin PS22 Spread (10) to create a wider stereo effect.
Tape flip at 9:05 of "Thorn In My Pride" - seamlessly spliced, but some music lost
Tape flip during "Encore Break" applause - seamlessly spliced, only applause lost

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Rolling Stones1969-11-09 Oakland Coliseum Oakland, California



The Rolling Stones
November 9, 1969
Oakland Coliseum
Oakland, California
Beelzebub Records Supreme Disc
Audience Recording and Soundboard

The online reviews call this an excellent audience recording. I'm not so sure about that. "I seed, you decide!" :) The soundboard disc is ok. The artwork and packaging is nice.

First Show - Audience Recording
101      Jumping Jack Flash
102     Prodigal Son
103     You Gotta Move
104     Carol
105     Sympathy For The Devil
106     Stray Cat Blues
107     Love In Vain
108     I'm Free
109     Under My Thumb
110     Midnight Rambler
111     Live With Me
112     Little Queenie
113     Satisfaction
114     Honky Tonk Women
115     Street Fighting Man

Second Show - Audience Recording
201      Jumping Jack Flash
202     Carol
203     Sympathy For The Devil
204     Stray Cat Blues
205     Prodigal Son
206     You Gotta Move
207     Love In Vain
208     I'm Free
209     Under My Thumb
210     Midnight Rambler
211     Live With Me
212     Gimme Shelter
213     Little Queenie
214     Satisfaction
215     Honky Tonk Women
216     Street Fighting Man

Second Show - Soundboard
301      Sympathy For The Devil
302     Stray Cat Blues
303     Prodigal Son
304     You Gotta Move
305     Love In Vain
306     Live With Me
307     Gimme Shelter
308     Little Queenie
309     Satisfaction


If anyone has any spare silver discs or music memorabilia, I can offer a generous trade from my very extensive bootleg cdr collection!

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Bob Dylan 1989-08-12 Kings Dominion Amusement Park Doswell, VA

Bob Dylan and his band

1989-08-12 Doswell (Kings Dominion Amusement Park)

From an old cassette (received in trade, 1993 -- no lineage info, but some light hiss).  I'm PRETTY sure this is not the LB recording (LB-2249 / LB-4167).  The only thing I could find to compare was one track (Two Soldiers) on a compilation; I think there were enough crowd discrepancies there to conclude this is different.  (It certainly sounds better to me, anyway.)

FIRST SHARED: 2017-03-26

WHAT I DID: Cassette > WAV > Sound Forge (split into tracks) > FLAC > MP3tag (tagging)

All thanks to the original taper, and to the person who sent me the cassette.

01 Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
02 Lonesome Town
03 Ballad Of Hollis Brown
04 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
05 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With TheMemphis Blues Again
06 Highway 61 Revisited
07 Two Soldiers
08 Gates Of Eden
09 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
10 Boots OfSpanish Leather
11 All Along The Watchtower
12 I'll Remember You
13 I Shall Be Released
14 Like A Rolling Stone
15 Mr. Tambourine Man
16 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
17 Maggie's Farm

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Pearl Jam 1994-04-12 Orpheum Theater Boston, MA(SV020 - "ORPHEUM")


Pearl Jam
SV020 - "ORPHEUM"
04/12/94
Boston, MA: Orpheum Theater

source: B&K4011 > dat > shn > dEQ > cdr (beginning of "Oceans"
and "IGaF" from Sony ECM-144 > Sony TCD-D7 > dat-1 > cdr) > flac

Editing: Fred Evans
Artwork: Allen Robertson

***DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3***

DISC ONE
1 intro
2 Oceans
3 Even Flow
4 Sonic Reducer
5 "The Last You Know"
6 State of Love and Trust
7 Hard to Imagine
8 Immortality/(Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black))
9 Go
10 Animal
11 Glorified G
12 Daughter/(Suck You Dry)
13 Alone (!)
14 "Taste"
15 Not for You
16 Better Man
17 Rats
18 "Programmed"
19 Blood

DISC TWO
1 encore
2 Release
3 Tremor Christ
4 Once
5 Fuckin' Up
6 Dirty Frank (+)
7 Yellow Ledbetter
8 jam/improv
9 Rearviewmirror
10 Elderly Woman...
11 I've Got a Feeling/jam (+)

***DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3***

Notes (from Five Horizons): The crew created this setlist, full of
new songs and b-sides. Mark Arm joins PJ for 'Sonic Reducer.'
Standout version of 'Immortality.' Ed's comments: "This is the second
to the last night of this fucking tour. Play New York and we are
going home. We would like to thank our crew, speaking of 'Rats.' You
should also thank the one who made the setlist tonight, cause
somebody else made it. This is a fucking awesome place you live in.
Lots of history. It is definitely one of the places I want to live."
Mike pretends to hide during the appropriate 'Dirty Frank' lyrics.
Having a rather cheerful night, Ed quips, "I really shouldn't let you
all see me this happy ... people might expect it all the time."
During the extended (20+ min.?) 'I've Got a Feeling' jam, Ed lifts a
young female attendee from the crowd and puts her on his shoulders,
dances a bit and returns her to her seat, giving her some roses.

(+) Last time ever played.
(!) Second to last time ever played publicly.

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com, 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 blackredyellow.com.
Compiled by spacedvest on 9/14/03

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Levon and the Hawks 1964-00-00 Pop Ivy's Port Dover Ontario, Canada

LEVON & THE HAWKS - Port Dover ??/??/1964

Levon and the Hawks
Pop Ivy's
Port Dover
Ontario, Canada
??/??/1964

Bootleg CD/CD-R released in 2000 on the Qpro label. Contains one of The Hawks' Sunday
night shows at Pop Ivy's Ballroom in Port Dover, Ontario, Canada, 1964. They used to
play regularly at Pop Ivy's after the split from Ronnie Hawkins, with Jerry Penfound
as the sixth member on sax and flute. Taken from a 2-track tape recording that seems
to have circulated among die-hard collectors for many years. The tape is described in
detail in Levon Helm's autobiography. Several of the songs on the tape are cut.

Source: Mixing Desk > Tape/Cassette? > CD/CDR? > CDRs > EAC > FLAC Level 6

Sound is Poor to Quite Good

Tracks
(ic = incomplete track)

Disc 1
   1. Not Fade Away
   2. A Sweeter Girl
   3. Lucille (ic)
   4. Peter Gunn
   5. Money
   6. You Don't Know Me
   7. Bo Diddley
   8. Forty Days
   9. Hoochey John Blues
  10. Robbie's Blues
  11. Kansas City
  12. Memphis Tennessee
  13. Please, Please, Please

Disc 2
   1. Short Fat Fanny
   2. You Can't Sit Down
   3. No Particular Place To Go
   4. Turn On Your Love Light
   5. High Heel Sneakers
   6. Women Love And A Man
   7. Blues Instrumental
   8. Slow Blues (ic)
   9. Do The Honky Tonk
  10. Twist And Shout
  11. Georgia On My Mind
  12. Women Love And A Man (ic)
  13. Share Your Love (ic)

Levon and the Hawks - Port Dover 1964 - 2000 - QPro 03/4

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Bob Dylan 1997-10-03 International Arena Cardiff, Wales(Masters Series 166)

BOB DYLAN
INTERNATIONAL ARENA
CARDIFF, WALES
ENGLAND

OCTOBER 3, 1997

Masters Series 166
D7 A8 S9 H7 F8 BL2  825 mins

Absolutely Sweet Marie
I Want You
Tough Mama
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Silvio (Dylan/Hunter)
Stone Walls And Steel Bars
Tangled Up In Blue
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

DVD 2

This Wheel's On Fire (Dylan/Danko)
Highway 61 Revisited
          *
Like A Rolling Stone
My Back Pages
Love Sick
Rainy Day Women Nos. 12 & 35

Another great performance from Cardiff, Bob always seem to give his best in Wales
well filmed close and intimate/

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies
will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually
with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out

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Neil Young 1989-12-07 Musikhalle Frankfurt West Germany

12-07-1989
Musikhalle
Frankfurt
West Germany

This is a new uncirculated analog master recording from a good friend(thanks Michael H.)!

Lineage:Analog master(recorded with a AIWA Cassette Recorder) > HD > CD Wave > CDR > EAC > Flac Frontend Level 8 > Dime > You


Setlist:
My My, Hey Hey 
Rockin' In The Free World
The Old Laughing Lady
Don't Let It Bring You Down 
Someday
Crime In The City
Eldorado
Too Far Gone
This Note's For You
The Needle And The Damage Done
No More
After The Gold Rush
Hanging On A Limb
Heart Of Gold
Ohio 
Rockin' In The Free World

Lenght:74.44 min.


Thanks to Tom at Sugar Mountain
http://www.sugarmtn.org/
and GOTR

Please do not sell or encode to mp3. Never ever!!!
Share it with your friends.

uploaded on Dimeadozen by schwinn 5/2007

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The Black Crowes 1995-05-17 Pantages Theatre Los Angeles, CA

The Black Crowes
Pantages Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
May 17, 1995

** 16 BIT **

Source:  Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter, position unknown (most likely @ 80hz, middle setting) > Sony WM-D6
Transfer:  Master cassettes (Maxell XL-IIS 100m) > Denon 790R > Kenwood A-522 amplifier > Kenwood GE-622 Equalizer > .WAV @ 16 bit/44.1 kHz
Mastering:  .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) [iZotope Mastering Suite (declick); minor edits, normalize, & fades] > CDWav tracking) >
            Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging)
Location:  Rich's side, row 12
Recorded & transferred by:  Steve "ballsdeep" Hagar
Mastered by:  Dennis Orr

Setlist:
01 Crowd
02 Black Moon Creeping
03 A Conspiracy
04 Jealous Again
05 Chat
06 Title Song
07 Black Moon Jam >
08 My Morning Song
09 Seeing Things
10 Wiser Time
11 Sting Me
12 She Gave Good Sunflower
13 Stare It Cold (1)
14 Woke Up This Morning (My Baby's Gone) (1)
15 Hard To Handle (1)
16 Encore Break
- Encore -
17 Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye
18 Pimper's Paradise
19 Chat
20 Remedy

(1) With The Dirty Dozen Brass Band

Chris Robinson - lead vocals & harp
Rich Robinson - guitars & backing vocals
Marc Ford - guitars & backing vocals
Johnny Colt - bass & backing vocals
Ed Harsch - keyboards
Steve Gorman - drums

Venue Notes :   
Pretty much a full house for the 1st of a 3 night stand

Recording Notes :   
My "virginal" Crowes experience, was sold from the opening strains of BMC
Rating:    9/10

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Monday, March 27, 2017

Jon Anderson 2013-11-10 Miami Beach, FL Colony Theater



Jon Anderson (The Voice Of YES)

Miami Beach, FL
Colony Theater
November 10, 2013

6PM Show

Source: Schoeps MK5 Cards - Nbob Actives - Naiant Tinybox Transfo Out - Sony M10 (24-48)

Transfer: Micro SD card > wav file > Adobe Audition > Normalize-Downsample > CD Wave Cut > TLH > FLAC level 8 & Align on SB
Recording Location: Third Row Left
Recorded by: Datfly


Just Jon and Acoustic Guitars - Electric Keyboard.


01. Open
02. Your's Is No Disgrace
03. Sweet Dreams
04. America
05. Time And A Word - One Love
06. Under Heaven's Door
07. To The Runner
08. I'll Find My Way Home
09. Open
10. Starship Trooper
11. Give Love Each Day
12. Long Distance Runaround
13. Owner Of A Lonley Heart
14. Set Sail (Communication) - Close To The Edge
15. Heart Of The Sunrise
16. Marry Me Again
17. The Revealing Science Of God
18. You Got The Light
19. And You And I
20. Nous Sommes Du Soleil
21. Tony And Me
22. A Day In The Life
23. I've Seen All Good People
24. Roundabout
25. Open
26. State Of Independence
27. Wounderous Stories
28. Soon


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Beady Eye 2013-11-21 Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK



Artist: Beady Eye
Venue: Hammersmith Apollo, London, UK
Date: 21st November 2013

Lineage: Sony DSC-HX50 > WAV > Traders Little Helper > FLAC
Taper : Lashout

01. White Smoke (PA Intro)
02. Flick Of The Finger
03. Face The Crowd
04. Four Letter Word
05. Soul Love
06. Second Bite Of The Apple
07. Iz Rite
08. Shine A Light
09. Live Forever
10. The World's Not Set In Stone
11. I'm Just Saying
12. Soon Come Tomorrow
13. Cigarettes & Alcohol
14. The Roller
15. Start Anew
16. Bring The Light
17. Wigwam
18. Gimme Shelter

All credit goes to Lashout for recording and sharing this on the Live4ever forum.

The only thing I did was split the tracks and torrent (with his permission)


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Billy Joel 2013-12-31 Barclays Center Brooklyn, NY



Billy Joel
12-31-2013
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY


Recorded by: Mr. Railing
Source: AT943cards>SP-SPSB-10>MM-AT-1>H2n(24/48)
Transfer: wavelab>r8b>cdwav>TLH(8)>flac
Location: first row upper level, mics split 4ft on top of signage over plexiglass barrier


01 Intro
02 Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)
03 talking
04 Everybody Loves You Now
05 talking 
06 New York State of Mind
07 talking 
08 All for Leyna
09 talking
10 Until the Night
11 talking
12 Get Back
13 A Room of Our Own
14 talking
15 I've Loved These Days
16 The Entertainer
17 talking
18 Where's the Orchestra?
19 Allentown
20 Billy plays Beethoven    
21 She's Always a Woman
22 New Years Countdown
23 Auld Lang Syne   
24 Big Shot
25 talking
26 Root Beer Rag
27 talking
28 You May Be Right 
29 Pressure
30 Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)
31 talking 
32 Blonde Over Blue
33 Zanzibar
34 talking
35 Don't Ask Me Why
36 The River of Dreams
37 Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
38 Piano Man
39 - encore break -
40 We Didn't Start the Fire
41 It's Still Rock and Roll to Me
42 Only the Good Die Young


**A Mr. Railing recording**



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David Bowie THE HUNKY GEORDIE TAPES Volume 13

HUG101CD  NEW FEELING INSIDE

DAVID BOWIE - New York 1983-07-26

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tape + ½ an SA60 (Arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 52:51; Disc 2: 60:42

Tracks:

Disc 1

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

Disc 2

1. Station To Station
2. Cracked Actor
3. Ashes To Ashes
4. Space Oddity
5. band introductions
6. Young Americans
7. Fame
8. TVC 15
9. Stay
10. The Jean Genie
11. I Can't Explain
12. Modern Love

Notes

Way too fast.  Speed adjustment @ 94%.

Hiss removal has been done using iZotope RX2 denoiser.  Still some sound on first few tracks, but believe these are arena ambient noise, not tape hiss.

Some volume rebalancing in places, as volume was rather variable.

Apparent join between Life On Mars? and Sorrow - on source tape, left alone.
Strange gap between Scary Monsters and Rebel Rebel removed - no impact.
Gap @ 1:37 in Rebel Rebel: some music lost
Tape flip between Rebel Rebel and White Light White Heat - seamless

Gap in crowd noise @ 16 seconds into Station to Station removed.
Tape flip between Young Americans and Fame - seamless

Gap (encore break) between TVC 15 and Stay removed.  Audience noise only.

Hiccup in crowd noise between The Jean Genie and I Can't Explain (6:23) removed.
Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG102CD TIME TO UNFREEZE

DAVID BOWIE - Worcester 1973-06-04

Gaumont, Worcester, England

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 72:11

Tracks:

1. Hang On To Yourself
2. Ziggy Stardust
3. Watch That Man
4. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
5. All The Young Dudes
6. Oh! You Pretty Things
7. Moonage Daydream
8. Changes
9. Space Oddity
10. The Jean Genie
11. Time
12. The Width Of A Circle
13. band introductions
14. Let's Spend The Night Together
15. Suffragette City
16. White Light/White Heat
17. Round And Round

Notes

iZotope RX2 denoiser used with smoothing set to maximum value (10.0).
Too fast, speed adjusted, factor of 98%

Left channel of first side (up to Time) subject to significant crackles and static interference.  Replaced with right channel with 0.002 second offset.
Someone (clearly not the taper) interrupts @ 30:09 - removed (between Space Oddity and The Jean Genie)
First 3.6 seconds of Hang On To Yourself (which is incomplete anyway) removed because of static interference.
There is then some more interference during first minute of Hang On To Yourself - can't be accessed so left alone

Tape flip between Time and The Width Of A Circle - crowd noise only
Right channel on side 2 distorted - left channel pasted with 0.002 second offset
Gap (encore break) between Suffragette City and White Light/White Heat removed

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 on 2013-10-14



HUG103CD  STANDING AT THE WORLD'S EDGE

IGGY POP, with David Bowie on keys - New York 1977-03-18

The Palladium, New York, NY, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell UL60 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 60:26

Tracks:

1. Raw Power
2. TV Eye
3. Dirt
4. 1969
5. Turn Blue
6. Funtime
7. Gimme Danger
8. No Fun
9. Sister Midnight
10. Search And Destroy
11. I Wanna Be Your Dog
12. Tonight
13. Some Weird Sin
14. China Girl

Notes

Denoised with iZotope RX2

Tiny gap @ 1:26 in Raw Power removed - seamless
Tape flip between Gimme Danger and No Fun - faded on source tape.  Crowd noise only affected.
Blare at the start of Sister Midnight is on the source tape.
Abrupt join between Sister Midnight and Search And Destroy is on source tape.
Tape join at the end of Search And Destroy (just before band intros) is on source tape - left alone.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG104CD  FEARFUL HANDS

DAVID BOWIE - Oakland 1978-04-05

Almeda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA, USA

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tapes x 1½ (Arocrman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: ~Disc 1: 52:07; Disc 2: 50:00

Tracks:

Disc One

1. Warszawa
2. Heroes
3. What In The World
4. Be My Wife
5. The Jean Genie
6. Blackout
7. Sense Of Doubt
8. Speed Of Life
9. Breaking Glass
10. Beauty and the Beast
11. Fame

Disc Two

1. band introductions
2. Five Years
3. Soul Love
4. Star
5. Hang On To Yourself
6. Ziggy Stardust
7. Suffragette City
8. Rock'n'Roll Suicide
9. Art Decade
10. Station To Station
11. Stay
12. TVC 15

Notes

Tape flip between Breaking Glass and Beauty and the Beast.  Fade out/in, but start of latter is clipped

LISTEN OUT FOR FLUBBED ENDING TO SOUL LOVE

Tape flip at 1:34 in Station To Station - simply removed gap with minimal loss of music
Further gap in Station To Station at 1:47 - removed, but small amount of music lost

No sign of Rebel Rebel on tapes

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG105CD  CRUMPLED WINGS

DAVID BOWIE - Auckland 1983-11-26

Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK SA90 tape (Arcorman) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 52:24; Disc 2: 35:48

Tracks:

Disc 1

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

Disc 2

1. Station To Station
2. Cracked Actor
3. Ashes To Ashes
4. Space Oddity
5. band introductions
6. Young Americans
7. Fame


Notes

Reworked with denoise tool in iZotope RX2 removing hiss

Small gap removed between China Girl and Scary Monsters - crowd noise only.
Tape flip between Scary Monsters and Rebel Rebel - seamless
Volume drop in Rebel Rebel from 2:15-2:22 on left channel.  Right channel copied to correct.

Two gaps @ 2:51 in Ashes To Ashes.  First no impact, second clips a fraction of a second.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG106CD  IN THE OPEN AIR

DAVID BOWIE - Schüttorf 1990-09-01

Schüttorf Open Air Festival, Schüttorf, Germany

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 tape (Andre F - believe 1st gen) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 77:14

Tracks:

Disc 1

1. Ode to Joy intro
2. Space Oddity
3. Rebel Rebel
4. Ashes To Ashes
5. Life On Mars?
6. Blue Jean
7. Let's Dance
8. Sound + Vision
9. Ziggy Stardust
10. China Girl
11. Station To Station
12. Young Americans
13. Suffragette City
14. Fame '90
15. Heroes
16. Stay
17. The Jean Genie
18. Gloria

Notes

Tape flip between Station To Station and Young Americans:
cuts right into Bowie's link, but restored this from Arcorman version of same gig.

Gap between Young Americans and Suffragette City (seems to be encore break) - removed with no ill effect
Another encore break gap between Heroes and Stay - removed, only crowd noise.

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG107CD  SUCH A LONG TIME NOW

TIN MACHINE - Osaka 1992-01-31

Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan

Audience recording
Lineage: Maxell XLII C90 tape (AndreF - first/second gen) > Denon DRM-500 deck > direct wire > Goldwave to capture and split tracks > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: included
Total running time: Disc 1: 50:57; Disc 2: 52:18

Track listing:

Disc 1

1. Crack City
2. A Big Hurt
3. I've Been Waiting For You
4. Bus Stop
5. One Shot
6. Stateside
7. Goodbye Mr Ed
8. You Belong In Rock And Roll
9. If There Is Something
10. Go Now

Disc 2

1. Betty Wrong
2. I Can't Read
3. Amazing
4. Debaser
5. Baby Universal
6. Heaven's In Here/Shakin' All Over

Fix notes:

Way too fast.  Speed adjustment with a factor of 92%.

Tape flip between Go Now and Betty Wrong - fades out/in on source - retained as disc split

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)



HUG108CD  HOME

DAVID BOWIE - Wembley 1976-05-03

Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK AD90 tape (jeanhenri) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 73:41

Tracks:

1. Station To Station
2. Suffragette City
3. Fame
4. Word On A Wing
5. Stay
6. Waiting For The Man
7. Queen Bitch
8. Life On Mars?
9. Five Years
10. Panic In Detroit
11. band introductions
12. Changes
13. Rebel Rebel
14. The Jean Genie

Notes

iZotope RX2 used throughout for hiss removal.

3-second gap @ 1:25 in Life On Mars - removed with fade-out/fade-in
Tape flip between Five Years and Panic In Detroit - clean.
Gap between Changes and Rebel Rebel removed - crowd noise only

Left channel volume reduction on Rebel Rebel and The Jean Genie (70%).

Torrent History:

Originally seeded to MWP by steve23yh as part of The Hunky Geordie Tapes, Vol 13 (14th September 2013)


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Neil Young 1989-12-05 Teatro Smeraldo, Milan, Italy


Neil Young
12-05-1989,
Teatro Smeraldo, Milan, Italy (From Digital Audience Master tape)
Solo and with Ben Keith and Frank Sampedro

As requested, here is the Neil Young 1989 Milan show. Its a nice sounding tape although the enthusiastic audience do clap along at times. An early example of a digital master source - certainly the first in my collection.

The lineage is
Digital Audience master>DAT>Hard Disk (via SPDIF)>Cool Edit 2000 >CDR

Cooledit 2000 was used to resample to 44.1kHz and boost the volume of the music relative to the applause.

Enjoy!

CD1
a01 - My My, Hey Hey
a02 - Rockin' In The Free World (1)
a03 - The Old Laughing Lady
a04 - Don't Let It Bring You Down
a05 - Someday
a06 - Pocahontas
a07 - Crime In The City
a08 - Eldorado
a09 - Too Far Gone

CD2
b01 - This Note's For You
b02 - The Needle And The Damage Done
b03 - No More
b04 - Hanging On A Limb
b05 - Heart Of Gold
b06 - Ohio
b07 - Rockin' In The Free World (2)
b08 - Powderfinger


Tour : 1989 European Tour with Ben Keith And Frank Sampedro
Band : Solo with support
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, banjo, keyboards, harmonica
Frank Sampedro - guitar, mandolin, vocals
Ben Keith - dobro, keyboards, vocals


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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Van Halen 1982-08-14 Cobo Hall Detroit, MI

Van Halen
Cobo Hall
Detroit, MI
August 14, 1982

Unknown gen.cassette.aud>SonyTCWE435>PioneerPDR-
4>CDR>EAC>WAV>Trader'sLittleHelper>FLAC

Quality: B

Notes: Van Halen on their Diver Down tour, the second night. I alays thought the same taper did both nights, but not 100 percent sure. He may have had a better seat here, so the sound is better than the pervious night, but the tape gets rolling a little late again, so Romeo Delight is joined in progress. Great set of shows in Detroit, the band and crowd are having a blast.

Romeo Delight (cuts in)
Unchained
Drum Solo
The Full Bug
Runnin' With The Devil
Break
Jamie's Cryin'
Little Guitars
Where Have All The Good Times Gone!
Bass Solo
Hang 'em High
Cathedral
Secrets
Everybody Wants Some!!
Dance The Night Away
Somebody Get Me A Doctor
Ice Cream Man
Intruder
(Oh) Pretty Woman
Guitar Solo
D.O.A.
Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
Bottoms Up!
You Really Got Me
Happy Trails

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The Rolling Stones 1990-06-16 Estadio Vincente Calderon, Madrid, Spain


This is a show I uploaded over a year ago but I had several requests to reseed since then.
This is not a reseed per se since I had to extract the CDs again with EAC.
The original torrent had been erased from my HD.
Original info file:

ROLLING STONES
Blinded by Love
Dandelion 066/67
Estadio Vincente Calderon, Madrid, Spain
June 16 1990
Excellent Soundboard Recording

Lineage: Dandelion Silvers > EAC (secure mode) > WAV > FLAC 6 (Align on Sector Boundaries)
Artwork, EAC Logs and FLAC Fingerprints Included

Disc 1

1. Continental Drift
2. Start Me Up
3. Sad Sad Sad
4. Harlem Shuffle
5. Tumbling Dice
6. Miss You
7. Almost Hear Your Sigh
8. Ruby Tuesday
9. Blinded By Love
10. Rock And A Hard Place
11. Mixed Emotions
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. Midnight Rambler
14. You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Disc 2


1. Can’t Be Seen
2. Happy
3. Paint It Black
4. 2000 Light Years From Home
5. Sympathy For The Devil
6. Street Fighting Man
7. Gimme Shelter
8. Introductions
9. It's Only Rock'n Roll
10. Brown Sugar
11. Jumpin' Jack Flash
12. ( I Can’t Get No ) Satisfaction

Enjoy

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Bob Dylan 1997-10-02 International Conference Center Bournemouth, Eng.(Masters Series 165)

BOB DYLAN
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CENTRE
BOURNEMOUTH
ENGLAND

OCTOBER 2, 1997

Masters Series 165
D7 A8 S9 H8 F8 BL4      87 mins

Absolutely Sweet Marie
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
Tough Mama
It Takes A Lot To Laugh,
Silvio (Dylan/Hunter)                     
I'm A Rovin' Gambler (B Flick)
Tangled Up In Blue
Love Minus Zero/No Limit
God Knows
This Wheel's On Fire (Dylan/Danko)

DVD 2

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
          *
Like A Rolling Stone
It Ain't Me, Babe
Love Sick
Rainy Day Women Nos. 12 & 35

Not only are both these shows well filmed they were brilliant concerts
The band an Bob really COOK,, don't miss em.

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine.
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies
will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all.
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually
with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out

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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Lenny Kravitz 1989-12-20 Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland



Lenny Kravitz - If Six Was Nine
Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland
December 20, 1989

Source: Speedball Company (SBC010) - Two CD Set (Blue & Red) - Released 2001

Sound Quality: FM or Pre-FM

Lineage: Silver CD -> EAC -> Waves -> TLH -> Flacs Level 8

[Log, ffp & md5 included - Artwork: only Front]


01- Flower Child
02- My Flash On You
03- Blues For Sister Someone
04- Mr. Cabdriver
05- Be
06- My Precious Love
07- Freedom Train
08- If Six Was Nine
09- Does Anybody Out There Even Care
10- Let Love Rule

Line-up
Lenny Kravitz: Guitar & Lead Vocals
Adam Widoff: Lead Guitar & Keyboards
Kenneth Grouch: Keyboards
Karl Denson: Saxophone
Lebron Scott: Bass
Zoro: Drums

Link


Neil Young 2015-07-11 Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Ne

Neil Young
2015-07-11
Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
w/ Promise Of The Real

Lineage: Schoeps MK40> Tinybox> Edirol R-05 (16bit/44.1 Khz)
Transfer: SD/USB > aiff > ProTools (cleanup, fades & tracking) > xACT 2.36 > flac(8)
Recorded By: ridemyllama
(Transferred by: zuma11)

Length: 184:05

01. After The Gold Rush
02. Heart Of Gold
03. Long May You Run
04. Old Man
05. Mother Earth
06. Hold Back The Tears
07. Out On The Weekend
08. Unknown Legend
09. Peace Of Mind
10. From Hank To Hendrix
11. Field Of Opportunity
12. Wolf Moon
13. Harvest Moon
14. Words
15. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
16. Bad Fog Of Loneliness
17. Walk On
18. A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop
19. People Want To Hear About Love
20. A New Day For Love
21. Down By The River
22. Workin' Man
23. Big Box
24. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
25. If I Don't Know
26. Monsanto Years
27. Love And Only Love
---
28. Hippie Dream
29. Cinnamon Girl



Tour: 2015 Rebel Content Tour
Band: Promise Of The Real

Neil Young - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, pump organ, harmonica
Lukas Nelson - electric guitar, vocals
Micah Nelson - electric guitar, electric charango, piano, vocals
Corey McCormick - bass, vocals
Anthony Logerfo - drums
Tato Melgar - percussion

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Bob Dylan 1995-06-04 Paramount Theater Seattle, WA

Bob Dylan, 6/4/95, Seattle, Washington, 2CDR

LB-10686, (64min+50min), nta, net taper A, long drop in I Shall Be Released, ? -> portable DATrecorder - clone -> (digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496, -> Wavelab -> ssrc -> Wavelab, levels raised -> cdwave, tracking -> tlh, I did not harm the sound of the recording in any way
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bittorrent download 02/13; in 3-way comparison these are different recordings based on different crowd at beginning of d1t8; this is very similar to lonwa LB-10683 except that is a little warmer; LB-4480 is of lower quality than these; excellent sound [A]
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12 second drop d2t7 6:12
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1 intro, 2 Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood), 3 If You See Her, Say Hello, 4 All Along The Watchtower, 5 I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met), 6 Shooting Star, 7 Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter), 8 Mr. Tambourine Man, 9 Boots Of Spanish Leather, 10 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right, 1 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again, 2 I Believe In You, 3 band introduction, 4 Obviously Five Believers, 5 Cat's In The Well, 6 My Back Pages, 7 I Shall Be Released
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Please retain this info file and its LB number as a marker for this lossless set
and if you spread it please list it in the description to avoid others getting duplicates

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The Rolling Stones Soundboard Recordings For The Never Released 1972-1973 Live Album



The Rolling Stones
Nasty Music - Soundboard Recordings For The Never Released 1972-1973 Live Album
VGP Vinyl Gang / Singer's Original Double Disk SODD 012 / 1997 remaster

Disc 1
1.  Brown Sugar (*)
2.  Happy (**)
3.  Gimme Shelter (**)
4.  Tumbling Dice (*)
5.  Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (**)
6.  You Can't Always Get What YOu Want (*)
7.  Dancing With Mr.D. (*)
8.  Angie (*)

Disc 2:
1.  Honky Tonk Women (*)
2.  Midnight Rambler (*)
3.  All Down The Line (+)
4.  Bye Bye Johnny (+)
5.  Love In Vain (+)
6.  Sweet Virginia (+)
7.  Rip This Joint (*)
8.  Jumpin' Jack Flash (*)
9.  Street Fighting Man (**)

(*)    Brussels, Forest Nationale, Oct. 17, 1973 - 1st show
(**)    London, Wembley Empire Pool, Sep. 9, 1973
(+)    NYC, Madison Square Garden, July 26, 1972

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Friday, March 24, 2017

Neil Young 1973-11-04 Hippodrome, Bristol, England

Neil Young
11-04-1973, Hippodrome, Bristol, England
w/ The Santa Monica Flyers

Disk 1
1.    Tonight's The Night
2.    Mellow My Mind
3.    World On A String
4.     Speakin' Out
5.     Albuquerque
6.     New Mama
7.     Roll Another Number
8.     Tired Eyes
9.     Tonight's The Night
   
Disk 2
10.    Cowgirl In The Sand
11.    Don't Be Denied
12.    Tonight's The Night

Tour : 1973 Tonight's The Night Tour with The Santa Monica Flyers
Band : The Santa Monica Flyers
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica
Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, piano, vocals
Nils Lofgren - guitar, piano, accordion, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals

Lineage: Audience master cassettes > DAT > CDR > EAC(secure) > FLAC(8)

This came from a friend who got a hold of the master tapes. Not a great
quality recording, but this is as good as you will find.  This show is
mentioned in the Neil biography "Shakey" - "things totally spun out of
control at the Bristol Hippodrome"



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