Thursday, June 17, 2021

Yes 1974-02-18 Madison Square Garden New York City("YesSongs2")




Yes
Madison Square Garden
New York City
1974-02-18

"YesSongs2"

Recorded by: unknown
Remastered by: TheTooleMan January, 2005
Art by TheTooleMan (with involuntary contributions by Roger Dean)

There are two recordings of this show: one contains the entire concert except the encore, but it has several cuts in the music, lousy sound quality, and terrible speed problems. You become sea-sick from the constant pitch changes. This may seem appropriate for a live recording of Tales from Topographic Oceans, but it isn't desirable.

The other recording is this one. The bad news is that it only includes the four tracks from the new Yes album of early 1974, but the good news is that the quality is very good. The tape appears to have been made up close to the stage, a good thing since music recorded from across the arena at Madison Square Garden echoes like a sewer pipe.

There is a little distortion in the original recording. At some points the bass overrides the rest of the sound, and in a few cases the audio is overdriven, either from the sound system or the recorder. None of this is too severe, and I minimized it as much as possible through the remastering process. There is also some tape hiss apparent in quieter parts of the music. Noise reduction was used sparingly to reduce this noise, but not enough to significantly lower the high-frequency response of the original tape.

This same recording was used for the vinyl double album bootleg "The Affirmatives," though the quality of the tape copy used for that pressing ran too fast and sounded like an AM radio tuned off-center. On that album, The Remembering was faded out before it ended. On this copy of the tape, it runs to the end of the song.

The taper missed part of the introduction to The Ancient. I substituted the lower-quality tape here, as it contained the full introduction.

Usually, I undersell my remasters as I don't like hype and prefer people to listen and draw their own conclusions. I like to tell you all the little wrinkles and imperfections in the source so you know I didn't overlook them or cause the sound to be worse than the original. In this case, and modesty aside, I will say that this remastered recording will blow your hair off.

Yes stopped playing all four sides of Tales after their Detroit show on February 28, 1974. Considering that this is the best recording of a complete live performance of the double album, I took the liberty of naming it as if it was the intended follow-up to their live triple disk vinyl album, "YesSongs."

I give you "YesSongs 2"

TheTooleMan
January, 2005

Yes are:
Jon Anderson: vocals
Chris Squire: bass
Steve Howe: guitars
Rick Wakeman: keyboards
Alan White: drums

Tracks:
CD 1
Introduction
The Revealing Science of God
Comments about The Remembering
The Remembering

CD 2
Comments about The Ancient
The Ancient (Giants Under the Sun)
Comments about Ritual
Ritual


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Monday, June 14, 2021

Levon Helm and friends 2010-06-06 Mountain Jam Hunter, NY

Levon Helm and friends
Mountain Jam
Hunter, NY
June 6, 2010

Source: Schoeps MK41's > Whirlwind black box phantom power > Zoom H2
Location: Tapers section left side of soundboard

1 Set

01 Shelter (Ray Lamontagne and Warren Haynes acoustic)
02 The Shape I'm In
03 Love Played a Game (Ann Peebles cover)
04 Fannie Mae (Buster Brown cover)
05 Bourgeois Blues (Lead Belly cover)
06 Long Black Veil w Theresa Williams and Amy Helm
07 I Want to Know w Theresa Williams and Amy Helm
08 Shakedown Street w Donald Fagen
09 Up on Cripple Creek w Sam Bush
10 Deep Elem Blues w Sam Bush
11 White Dove w Allison Krauss
12 It's Goodbye and So Long to You w Allison Krauss
13 Ophelia (The Band song)
14 Sweet Virginia w Steve Earle and Allison Moorer
15 Happy Birthday to Levon
16 The Same Thing w Warren Haynes
17 Blind Willie McTell w Warren Haynes
18 Across the Great Divide w Ray Lamontagne
19 Tears of Rage w Ray Lamontagne
20 Tennessee Jed  
21 Mardi Gras Day (Dr. John cover)
22 Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes w Jackie Greene
23 The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show w Jackie Greene
24 The Unfaithful Servant w David and Patterson Hood
25 I'll Take You There w Amy Helm and David Hood
26 King Harvest (Has Surely Come) w Donald Fagen
27 Chest Fever (The Band song)

Encore:
28 The Weight

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Paul Westerberg 1993-08-13 Lee's Palace, Toronto, ON

Paul Westerberg 1993-08-13 Lee's Palace, Toronto, ON, Canada

Show note:
Lively show, show quality is so-so. Paul digs into local journalists during Knocking on Mine.

Transfer note:
Knocking On Mine is cut by the tape flip. Skyway starts with some mic noise.

1 Another Girl, Another Planet [The Only Ones]
2 Waiting for Somebody
3 Mannequin Shop
4 Achin' to Be
5 First Glimmer
6 Waitress in the Sky
7 Dice Behind Your Shades
8 A Few Minutes of Silence
9 Merry Go Round
10 Seein' Her
11 Someone I Once Knew
12 I Will Dare
13 Whole Wide World [Wreckless Eric]
14 Knockin on Mine
15 Skyway
16 Things
17 Dyslexic Heart
18 Daydream Believer [John Stewart]
19 I'll Be You
20 Can't Hardly Wait
21 The Ledge
Encore:
22 Here Comes a Regular
23 World Class Fad
24 Left of the Dial
Encore 2:
25 Answering Machine
26 Alex Chilton

Lineage: Audience Master > unknown gen tape > Tascam 202MKVII > USB > CDWAV > Audacity for fades, normalization, noise reduction > CDWAVE (SPLITS) > FLAC [loughney xfer]

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Bruce Springsteen 1992-10-15 PNE Stadium Vancouver, BC

Bruce Springsteen
Vancouver, BC
10.15.1992
PNE Stadium

1st generation from a JEMS DAT Master tape

Obtained this in a trape with Mark (the M in JEMS) way back in early 1993.  His tape was a DAT Master, making mine. obviously, 1st Generation.

It's a complete, great sounding tape from the tour Bruce did with "the other band".  Not much else to say and while this is definitely NOT my favorite era of Springsteen material, that does not diminish how fantastic sounding this tape is !!

01. RED HEADED WOMAN  
02. BETTER DAYS  
03. LOCAL HERO  
04. LUCKY TOWN  
05. DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN  
06. THE BIG MUDDY  
07. 57 CHANNELS (AND NOTHIN' ON)  
08. TRAPPED  
09. BADLANDS  
10. LIVING PROOF  
11. IF I SHOULD FALL BEHIND  
12. LEAP OF FAITH  
13. MAN'S JOB  
14. ROLL OF THE DICE  
15. GLORIA'S EYES  
16. COVER ME  
17. BRILLIANT DISGUISE  
18. SOUL DRIVER  
19. SOULS OF THE DEPARTED  
20. THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER - BORN IN THE U.S.A.  
21. REAL WORLD  
22. LIGHT OF DAY  
23. HUMAN TOUCH  
24. GLORY DAYS  
25. BOBBY JEAN  
26. THUNDER ROAD  
27. BORN TO RUN  
28. MY BEAUTIFUL REWARD

Enjoy!

 

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Bruce Springsteen 1992-10-30 Hilton Coliseum Ames, IA

October 30th, 1992
Ames, IA
Hilton Coliseum

Audio CD Trade > EAC (secure ) > WAV > FLAC

Disk 1
1. Better Days
2. Local Hero
3. Lucky Town
4. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
5. Big Muddy
6. 57 Channels
7. Trapped
8. Badlands
9. Living Proof
10. If I Should Fall Behind
11. Leap Of Faith
12. Man's Job

Disk 2
1. Roll Of The Dice
2. Gloria's Eyes
3. Cover Me
4. Brilliant Disguise
5. Soul Driver
6. Souls Of The Departed
7. Born In The USA
8. Real World
9. Light Of Day

Disk 3
1. Human Touch
2. Glory Days
3. Bobby Jean
4. Thunder Road
5. Born to Run
6. My Beautiful Reward
7. Working On The Highway

From BruceBase
30-10-92 - AMES, IO - USA, HILTON COLISEUM

BETTER DAYS / LOCAL HERO / LUCKY TOWN / DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN / BIG MUDDY / 57 CHANNELS / TRAPPED / BADLANDS / LIVING PROOF / IF I SHOULD FALL BEHIND / LEAP OF FAITH / MAN'S JOB / ROLL OF THE DICE / GLORIA'S EYES / COVER ME / BRILLIANT DISGUISE / SOUL DRIVER / SOULS OF THE DEPARTED / BORN IN THE USA / REAL WORLD / LIGHT OF DAY / HUMAN TOUCH / GLORY DAYS / BOBBY JEAN / THUNDER ROAD / BORN TO RUN / MY BEAUTIFUL REWARD / WORKING ON THE HIGHWAY

Audience tape


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Yes 1974-02-16 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA



 

Yes
The Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA
February 16, 1974
Afternoon show

35th Anniversary Edition

Lineage: Audience -> tape copy (at least one) -> CD -> EAC -> Sound Forge -> FLAC

This is the first of two shows Yes played on February 16, 1974. The shortened set doesn't hurt the performances at all. In fact, the boys should probably have played more afternoon shows, as they sound really great! Steve Howe really burns his guitar on the second encore, after the audience refused to let them go following Roundabout.

Audio quality is good. The remaster fixed a few gaps and cuts, some hum, and some crazy volume level changes.

Wish I'd been there for this one!

TheTooleMan
February 20, 2009

Yes:
Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
Steve Howe
Rick Wakeman
Alan White

Tracks:

Disk 1
1.01 Firebird Suite (0.48)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.55)
1.03 And You And I (9.54)
1.04 Close to the Edge (20.27)
1.05 The Revealing Science of God (19.57)

Disk 2
2.01 Ritual (25.07)
2.02 Roundabout (9.25)
2.03 Yours Is No Disgrace (15.15)
 

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Neil Young 1993-06-27 Hovedscenen Sandvika, Norway



Neil Young w/ Booker T and The MG's

City: Sandvika - Norway
Venue: Hovedscenen
Dato: 1993-06-27
Complete: Yes
Time: 108:14 mins.
Media: 2 CD-R/1 Flac
Source: Denon D7 DAT & Sony ECM 929
Lineage: Denon D7 DAT & Sony ECM 929 -> Harmon Kardon ->
             DAT -> Sound Forge -> Wav -> CD-R - EAC ->
             Flac Frontened (Level 8)

Mastering by: Jukka Saari
Taper: Me
Location: Was 100 m from the stage, but got pushed back during
              the show to a 150-350 m. away. It can be heard unfortunately.

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DO NOT convert this to MP3 or other lossy sources!
DO NOT sell it on Ebay!
DO share this show with others and seed it well!
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CD 1: (64:27)
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01. For Whom It`s Worth
      Mr Soul

02. The Loner
03. Southern Man
04. Helpless
05. This Note's For You
06. Like A Hurricane
07. Motorcycle Mama
08. I Believe In You
09. Love To Burn
10. Separate Ways
11. Powderfinger

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CD 2: (43:47)
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01. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
      Harvest Moon
02. The Needle And The Damage Done
03. Live To Ride
04. Down By The River pt 1.
05. Down By The River pt 2.
06. Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay
07. All Along The Watchtower

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Notes:
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A typical festival recording. That means lots of pushing, rowdy people and talking
near me during the show. Give a norseman a beer and he or she can silence CNNs
own Dan Rather at any time!  So it`s not a perfect recording. But an recording it is.

Hope you will enjoy it.
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The Rolling Stones 1975-08-08 Rich Stadium Buffalo, NY

The Rolling Stones
Rich Stadium
Buffalo, NY
1975-08-08

Bootleg: Goodnight America

Source: Trade CDR > EAC > FLAC
Quality: Excellent Audience

Disc One
1. Honky Tonk Woman
2. All Down The Line
3. If You Can't Rock Me/Get Off My Cloud
4. Starfucker
5. Gimme Shelter
6. Ain't Too Proud To Beg
7. You Gotta Move
8. You Can't Always Get What You Want
9. Happy
10. Tumbling Dice
11. It's Only Rock 'N Roll

Disc Two
1. Fingerprint File
2. Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa Interlude
3. Wild Horses
4. That's Life
5. Outta Space
6. Brown Sugar
7. Midnight Rambler
8. Rip This Joint
9. Street Fighting Man
10. Jumpin' Jack Flash

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David Bowie 1990-08-22 Jordal Stadion Oslo, Norway

 


David Bowie
Jordal Stadion
Oslo, Norway
August 22, 1990

AB version - 16/44

A Goody Speed/Pitch-adjusted Remaster

24-96 FLAC > TLH (WAV) > Audition (Pitch Bender, various amounts; Levels adjusted; Channels aligned; Small glitches & gaps repaired or reduced; Mastering eq; Tracking) >
HarBal (equalization) > Voxengo r8brain (convert to 16-44) > TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; .ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)  


Band line-up:
David Bowie – vocals, guitars
Adrian Belew – guitar, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on Pretty Pink Rose
Erdal Kızılçay – bass guitar, backing vocals
Rick Fox – keyboards, backing vocals
Michael Hodges – drums


Suggested layout for burning to audio disc. Playback is otherwise continuous.
Disc 1
01. Intro > 1:34
02. Space Oddity 5:04
03. Rebel Rebel 3:08
04. Ashes To Ashes > Band Intros 5:20
05. Life On Mars? 3:57
06. Stay 6:41
07. Pretty Pink Rose 4:57
08. Blue Jean 3:10
09. Let's Dance 4:36
10. Sound + Vision 3:36
11. Ziggy Stardust 3:40
12. China Girl 5:35
Runtime: 51:17

Disc 2
01. Station To Station 8:03
02. Young Americans 4:56
03. Suffragette City 3:01
04. Fame / Fame '90 (House version) 6:07
05. "Heroes" 4:46
06. Changes 3:10
07. Fashion 5:03
08. White Light/White Heat 4:14
09. The Jean Genie > Gloria 7:01
Runtime: 46:19

Total Runtime: 1:37:36


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Sunday, June 13, 2021

Yes 1974-02-16 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA(Tales Of The Spectrum)




Date     1974 - 02 - 16
Title     Tales Of The Spectrum
City     Philadelphia - Pennsylvania, USA
Venue     Spectrum Arena
Disc time     Disc 1 (0:39:59) - Disc 2 (1:11:33)
Quality     - audience recording
Info     Afternoon show - Remastered by TheTooleMan 2002
Artwork        
1.01 Firebird Suite (0.48)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.56)
1.03 And You And I (10.05)
1.04 Close to the Edge (19.10)    
2.01 The Revealing Science Of God (22.39)
2.02 Ritual (24.28)
2.03 Roundabout (9.19)
2.04 Yours Is No Disgrace (15.07)

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Yes 1974-02-15 Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, CT(Tales From New Haven )

 


1.01 Firebird Suite (2.55)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.35)
1.03 And You And I (10.55)
1.04 Close To The Edge (20.14)
1.05 The Revealing Science Of God (tape flip) (22.28)

2.01 The Remembering (24.55)
2.02 The Ancient (21.56)
2.03 Ritual (partial) (7.56)

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Yes 1974-02-15 Veterans Memorial Coliseum New Haven, CT(40th anniversary remaster )


YES
February 15, 1974 (Friday)
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
New Haven, Connecticut, USA

40th anniversary remaster

Jon Anderson - vocals & percussion & stuff
Steve Howe - guitars & vocals
Chris Squire - bass & timpani
Alan White - drums & percussion
Rick Wakeman - keyboards

Lineage: unknown recording gear -> unknown generation tape -> audio CD's -> EAC -> Sound Forge -> FLAC

I have had the CD's of this show for over a decade, but never spent much time with it due to the truncated "Ritual" and missing "Roundabout." But the recording is good overall, and with a little pitch correction and equalization this dusty jewel shines.

JB torrented a different transfer of this show. Here is some of what he said about it:

"One of the overlooked gems of the tour, likely because it was recorded with less-than-stellar equipment on a single 120min cassette. (For those going back that far this means Low Bias)
There are some rough spots near the leader as the tape flips in RSOG and the whole thing cuts off shortly into Ritual, but everything else is there and clear enough for the tales aficionado to enjoy. Certainly the performance of the Remembering tonight will indeed make it worth your time."

I compared JB's 2008 torrented FLAC files with my audio CD's and decided to use the audio CD's for this edition. They may be from a lower generation tape, but I'm pretty sure they are not from the same line as his.

Enjoy!
TheTooleMan
February, 2014

For more information about the show, including memories posted by those who attended it, see
http://forgotten-yesterdays.com/dates.asp?qtourid=5&qdateid=165

Tracks:
Firebird Suite
Siberian Khatru
And You And I
Close to the Edge
The Revealing Science of God
The Remembering
The Ancient
Ritual (incomplete)

===============================================================================

1.01 Firebird Suite (2.51)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.16)
1.03 And You And I (10.54)
1.04 Close To The Edge (19.22)
1.05 The Revealing Science Of God (tape flip) (21.50)

2.01 The Remembering (25.20)
2.02 The Ancient (20.11)
2.03 Ritual (incomplete) (7.43)


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Bob Dylan 1991-05-11 The Charles Ives Center Danbury, CT(LB-12618)

 Bob Dylan, 5/11/91, Danbury, 1CDR

LB-12618, (69min), hce gg nak doplphinsmile, taped by HCE-GG with Sony D6 recorder and Nakamichi mics, master cassette loaned to me to put on dat>microtrack>goldwave split>TLH, processed and upped by Dolphismile from his own personal Dolphinsmile Archives, no EQ or remastering done to this tape.
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bittorrent download 03/17; in 4-way comapsion these are different recordings based on different crowd at end to t7; LB-12267 has the narrowest sound, then LB-4048; this and akg451 LB-12392 are full sounding with that warmer and this more upfront sounding; (did not listen to all of this)
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Dixie, New Morning, Lay Lady Lay, All Along The Watchtower, Simple Twist Of Fate, Gotta Serve Somebody, Wiggle Wiggle, Bob Dylan's Dream, Don't Think Twice It's All Right, Desolation Row, It Ain't Me Babe, Everything Is Broken, Positively 4th Street, Rainy Day Women No. 12 & 35, Man In The Long Black Coat, I Shall Be Released, Like A Rolling Stone
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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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Bob Dylan 1991-05-11 The Charles Ives Center Danbury, CT(LB-8833)

Danbury, Connecticut
The Charles Ives Center
Western Connecticut State College

11 May 1991

 

01 - Dixie (Daniel Decatur Emmett)
02 - New Morning
03 - Lay Lady Lay
04 - All Along The Watchtower
05 - Simple Twist Of Fate
06 - Gotta Serve Somebody
07 - Wiggle Wiggle

08 - Bob Dylan's Dream
09 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
10 - Desolation Row
11 - It Ain't Me, Babe

 

12 - Everything Is Broken
13 - Positively 4th Street
14 - Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
15 - Man In The Long Black Coat
16 - I Shall Be Released
17 - Like A Rolling Stone


Concert # 300 of The Never-Ending Tour.  
Concert # 16 of the 1991 USA Spring Tour. 1991 concert # 37.
Concert # 16 with the 5th Never-Ending Tour band:
        Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
        John Jackson (guitar),
        Tony Garnier (bass),
        Ian Wallace (drums).

8-11 acoustic with the band.
8-10, 15  Bob Dylan harmonica.
11, 16  Bob Dylan electric piano.
17  "Susie Dylan" (shared vocal).

Note. Several girls rushed the stage during Like A Rolling Stone. Maybe that is why no encores were played at this show.

7 new songs (41%) compared to previous concert. 2 new songs for this tour.

Stereo audience recording, 70 minutes.
 

LB-08833 ; 68min ; 1CDR ; Rating: B
 
5/11/91 Danbury, Connecticut

version "b"
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bittorrent download 08/10;
this is a close eac match on d1t1 to LB-5228 with different digital flaws;
(did not listen to all of this)

(a bittorrent from 12/10 is a close eac match on d1t1 with same digital flaws
plus more like discontinuities between tracks;
described with a generic info file with filenames like "01. Dixie (Daniel Decatur Emmett).flac";
xref-00678)
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drops near end of tracks; static t15 3:24, 4:02, 4:05; t06 2:43, t9 1:23, t14 1:55
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1. Dixie (Daniel Decatur Emmett), 2. New Morning, 3. Lay Lady Lay, 4. All Along The Watchtower, 5. Simple Twist Of Fate, 6. Gotta Serve Somebody, 7. Wiggle Wiggle, 8. Bob Dylan's Dream, 9. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right, 10. Desolation Row, 11. It Ain't Me, Babe, 12. Everything Is Broken, 13. Positively 4th Street, 14. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35, 15. Man In The Long Black Coat, 16. I Shall Be Released, 17. Like A Rolling Stone
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Neil Young 1993-06-26 Vechtewiese Schuettorf, Germany

Neil Young with Booker T. and the MGs
Schuettorf
Vechtewiese
9. Schuettorf Open Air
Saturday June, 26th 1993

Master - Audience recording from my old Maxell XL II  C-90 Tapes

Really really great artwork is included !! including Disco-Quiz!!!!!!!!!!

This concert I taped with my Sony WM D 6 professional
and an extra microphone (I can't remember what microphone it was).

I taped this concert from the middle of the audience a bit on the right side of the speakers about 12 meters from the stage.

The sound quality is excellent -, much better than I expected it for an open air-festival. Not too much audience-speaking.

For me this was a rush in - and rush home - concert.
I got a free concert for this festival and I only wanted to go over to see Neil playing.
Just drinking coffee at home a friend of mine called me on the phone saying that Neil was doing his
gig very early on the afternoon. AAAAAARGH!! PANIC!!
..and then: I took my ticket, took my equipment, jumped straight into the car and
went over to that little village in the Muensterland, parked my car, rushed onto the open air-field, boxed every people away
until I reached a nice place to see and tape. Then set up my equipment and 2 minutes later Neil and Booker and Astrid and Steve
and "Duck" and Annie and Jim took the stage.
14 songs later I packed up my things, went back to my car and drove slowly and happy back home.
O.k., my coffee was cold up there.


This was my fifth Neil show I ever saw and I do not have much memories of that show.
I really would have loved to seem him a few days later at Cologne, but then I was in holidays.
(..as Neil always came over when I was in holidays!! those years!!). The Cologne - gig must have been fantastic.
This show here is - of course - fantastic, but it also just a solid one.
 
..and now, having seen him several times, this concerts ranks about No. 16 from my nowadays 20 - Neil - shows
I've been to.

Here's the setlist:

mr. soul
the loner
southern man
helpless
like a hurricane
love to burn
seperate ways
powderfinger
only love can break your heart
harvest moon
live to ride

down by the river
(sittin' on) the dock of the bay
all along the watchtower


Feel free to create a better sound.
Feel free to create a better cover, but this seems to be impossible!! o.k., perhaps a better label!!

..and for every question you have the right answer on the disco-quiz you get 1 point (1 Punkt).
..and for anybody with more than 10 right answers:
you have a free wish what concert I will seed in the next two weeks:

The Pogues  Essen, Grugahalle 1988
Neil Young and the Trans Band  Wiesbaden, Rheinwiesen 1982
The Pretenders  Offenbach, Stadthalle 1987

..all are Master-tapes.
The best candidate will be the winner.  ..or the Master-tape that you mostly ask for.

seed it wherever you like.
Do not sell. For trading only. ..and - of course - this is for fun!

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Neil Young 1993-06-26 Schuttorf Festival, Gildehaus, Germany

 


Neil Young with Booker T. & The MG's
Schuttorf Festival, Gildehaus, Germany
June 26, 1993

Source: Sennheisser MKE-40/6 (2) > Sony TCD-D3
Location: Close to stage
Taper: Reel Records
Transfer: Pioneer D05 > DAL Digital Only (digital) PC > WAV > flac
Editing: Reel Records (Soundforge, Magix Samplitude, BBE Sonic Maximizer, sev. Plug-Ins > WAV > FLAC)
Release: JvV-2003-013-a/b
Artwork: Reel Records, included


Disc 1:
01. Mr. Sould
02. The Loner
03. Southern Man
04. Helpless
05. Like A Hurricane
06. Love To Burn
07. Separate Ways


Disc 2:
01. Powderfinger
02. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
03. Harvest Moon
04. Live To Ride
05. Down By The River
06. The Dock Of The Bay
07. All Along The Watchtower

Notes:
Sorry I don't do MP3's - My uploads are ex unless noted otherwise.
Don't sell & please don't covert to MP3
Please wait 2 weeks after my initial upload before uploading to other sites.
If you upload it elsewhere: leave the info-file intact and I appreciate a note from you.


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Neil Young 1993-06-13 Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium Santa Cruz, CA

Neil Young w/ Booker T & the MGs
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
Santa Cruz, CA
June 13, 1993


Schoepes MK4 w/Reutelhuber Mod Not sure of DAT used to master

DAT clone from master tranferred on
Panasonic SV3800 to Tascam CD-RW700->Wav->Flac


Mr. Soul
The Loner
Southern Man
Helpless
This Notes For You
Motorcycle Mama
Like A hurricane
I Believe In You
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere
Love To Burn
Separate Ways
Powderfinger
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Harvest Moon
Live To Ride
Down By the River

Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay (missing)
All Along The Watchtower  (missing)

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Saturday, June 12, 2021

Neil Young 1993-06-12 Concord Pavilion Concord, CA

Neil Young w/ Booker T & the MGs
Concord Pavilion
Concord, Ca.
June 12, 1993


Schoepes MK4 w/Reutelhuber Mod Not sure of DAT used to master

DAT clone from master tranferred on
Panasonic SV3800 to Tascam CD-RW700->Wav->Flac


Mr. Soul
The Loner
Southern Man
Helpless
This Note's For You
Motorcycle Mama
Like A Hurricane
I Believe In You
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Love To Burn
Separate Ways
Powderfinger
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Harvest Moon
Live To Ride
Down By The River

Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay
All Along The Watchtower

 

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Yes 1974-02-14 Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Uniondale, NY


Yes
Tales From Topographic Oceans tour
Thursday, February 14, 1974
Uniondale, New York
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Lineup    :
Jon Anderson     (Vocals)
Steve Howe     (Guitars)
Chris Squire     (Bass)
Rick Wakeman     (Keyboards)
Alan White     (Drums)

Disc 1:
Firebird Suite
Siberian Khatru
And You And I
Close To The Edge
Album Introduction by Jon Anderson
The Revealing Science Of God (part 1) (tape flip)
The Revealing Science Of God (part 2)

Disc 2:
Comments by Jon Anderson
The Remembering
The Ancient (part 1) (tape flip)
The Ancient (part 2)
Ritual
Roundabout

Recorded by Tom on a Sony mono cassette recorder with built-in mic
(Yours Is No Disgrace was played as a second encore at this show, but was not recorded by Tom)
Tape transfer by Joey 11/2006
Mastered for CD by TheTooleMan 12/2006

I was excited and honored when Fred contacted me with news that his friend Tom had an uncirculated recording of a Yes concert which was thought to have never been recorded. Would I like to have a shot at mastering it and presenting it to the world? YES!

Fred sent me a copy of the recording that was made on a stand-alone CD recorder. While the audio quality was good, I was disappointed to find that the original tapes have considerable speed irregularities, probably resulting from low batteries.

The original tapes were transferred again by Joey, who created a 24-bit 48 kHz digital version. I applied speed correction, EQ, and dynamics with Sound Forge and Vegas.

Considerable work went into correcting the random speed changes, and I could probably spend the rest of my life correcting every minor speed fluctuation in this recording. While I was able to fix most of the major problems, some wow and flutter remains. Roundabout suffers the most, and was very difficult to correct. I added an effect to the end of the song to characterize the exhausted batteries dying on the final note.

Now for the even more exciting news: Fred also recorded the same show. It will be seeing the light of day soon, after 30 years of storage. I am hopeful it will be of better quality overall, although this recording is quite listenable as it is now.

TheTooleMan
December 2, 2006


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John Hartford 1976-08-27 Old Pool Farm, Philadelphia Folk Festival Schwenksville, PA


John Hartford
08.27.76 - Old Pool Farm, Philadelphia Folk Festival - Schwenksville, PA

John Hartford - banjo, fiddle, guitar, & vocals

11) Bluegrass Music (fiddle)
12) Skipping in the Mississippi Dew (fiddle)
13) Don't Leave Your Records in the Sun (banjo)
14) Steamboat Whistle Blues (banjo)
15) Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown (banjo)
16) Salty Dog Blues (banjo)
17) Good Old Electric Washing Machine (guitar)
18) Turn Your Radio On (guitar)
19) MC Outro
 

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Yes 1974-02-13 Baltimore Civic Center Baltimore, MD


Yes
1974-02-13
Baltimore Civic Center
Baltimore, MD

40th Anniversary Edition

Lineage: unknown recording -> audio CD -> EAC -> TheTooleMan (Sound Forge) -> FLAC

Here is a rarely-seen recording of Yes on their momentous Tales from Topographic Oceans tour. The recording is very rough and has a few lengthy gaps. It probably should be considered "for completists only." It is historically important, however, because it captured a complete Rick Wakeman solo; these solos were only performed in a couple of early shows from the tour. None of the other tracks in this recording is complete.

This is basically the unaltered transfer I received from a collector who has a number of rare recordings. I have only removed one digital click from the first track and broken up track four of the CD into three separate tracks, since it contained parts of three songs.

Tracks:
1. Firebird Suite (with gap) (3:18)
2. Siberian Khatru (with gap) (9:43)
3. And You And I (9:51)
4. Close to the Edge (7:36)
5. Rick Wakeman solo (5:22)
6. The Revealing Science of God (with gap) (3:31)

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

1.01 Firebird Suite (with gap) (3.18)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (with gap) (9.43)
1.03 And You And I (9.51)
1.04 Close To The Edge (7.36)
1.05 Rick Wakeman Solo (5.22)
1.06 The Revealing Science Of God (with gap) (3.31)

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Neil Young 1993-06-10 Warfield Theater San Francisco, CA

Neil Young with Booker T and MGs
June 10, 1993
Warfield Theater
San Francisco

The lineage for this is:
Digital Master>DAT>cdr(my digital copy)>xACT>flac



CD 1:
01 Mr. Soul
02 The Loner
03 Southern Man
04 Helpless
05 This Note's For You
06 Motorcycle Mama
07 Like A Hurricane
08 I Believe In You
09 Band Intros
10 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
11 Love To Burn
12 Separate Ways

CD 2:
13 Powderfinger
14 Only Love Can Break Your Heart
15 Harvest Moon
16 Live To Ride
17 Down By The River
18 (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
19 All Along The Watchtower

Tour: 1993 Warm Up Shows with Booker T and The MGs
Band: Booker T And The MGs
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano
Booker T. Jones - organ, synthesizer, vocals
Steve Cropper - guitar
Donald 'Duck' Dunn - bass
Jim Keltner - drums
Astrid Young - backup vocals
Annie Stocking - backup vocals

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Friday, June 11, 2021

Neil Young 1993-06-09 Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA


Neil Young w/ Booker T. & The MG's
Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
June 9, 1993

First Warm Up Show (out of four) for a full tour of Europe (June-July) and North America (August-September). See the Sugar Mountain @ htttp://www.sugarmtn.org/ & Numbers On The Site @ http://www.butterweck.de/nytourix/ websites for all information.

A warm up show of the Neil Young with Booker T. & The MG's 1993 tour was requested a few days ago and this is a sort of thank you for the August-September shows I requested myself. I found a small gap in my collection and within approx. 24 hours I was able to download five shows from the US leg of the above mentioned tour!

This comes from a double CD-R, which I received 7 years and 2 days ago in a trade as part of a Rust tree. The following text comes from the original call for branches and leaves by Randy Schechter:

"The CD-R master was burned from my analog seed tapes--however there was a problem with my 2nd analog tape so the end of the show is actually from an analog branch tape (i.e one generation higher). My analog seeds were master analogs from a DAT recording. Chuck King did the transfer from analog to CD-R, so a big thank you is in order for Chuck!"

My branch received his CD-R's from Chuck, and I have a rip of those discs.

After I ripped (using EAC) my discs, I have applied (using Cool Edit Pro v2.0) the following changes: fades at the start and end of each disc, corrected a few minor flaws/anomalies, and raised the volume of most of disc 2 to have the same volume as disc 1 and the start of disc 2. Finally new track splits were made using CD Wave Editor v1.94.5 and the WAV-files were encoded to FLAC (level 8) with flac v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).

I would rate this as a very good audience recording. Just listen to the samples ...

There's artwork included, but it's not the best quality available. My own inlays, printed back then, come from a better version. However, I can't find those. So, if anyone has or can find better ones, please post them.


Disc 1
01. Intro by Dana Carvey
02. Mr. Soul
03. The Loner
04. Southern Man
05. Helpless
06. band introduction
07. This Note's For You
08. Motorcycle Mama
09. Like A Hurricane
10. I Believe In You
11. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
12. Love To Burn

Disc 2
1. Separate Ways
2. Powderfinger
3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
4. Harvest Moon
5. Live To Ride
6. Down By The River
7. Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay
8. All Along The Watchtower


Neil Young with Booker T. & The MG's
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano
Booker T. Jones - organ, synthesizer, vocals
Steve Cropper - guitar
Donald Duck Dunn - bass
Jim Keltner - drums
Astrid Young - backup vocals
Annie Stocking - backup vocals
(from Sugar Mountain, http://www.sugarmtn.org/)


Uploaded to DIME by Magnix on April 2, 2007.

The Rolling Stones 1994-11-27 Ben Hill Stadium, Gainsville, FL

 
Rolling Stones - We're Here To Rock Gainsville - C2C 22
Recorded live at "The Swamp" Ben Hill Stadium, Gainsville, Florida
November 27, 1994

Lineage: Original C2C CD's->EAC wav->TLH flac8->Here

Set:
Intro
Not Fade Away
You Got Me Rocking
Shattered
Rocks Off
Sparks Will Fly
Satisfaction
Beast Of Burden
Far Away Eyes
Heartbreaker
Love Is Strong
It's All Over Now
I Go Wild
Miss You

Band Intros
Honky Tonk Women
Happy
The Worst
Space Jam
Sympathy For The Devil
Monkey Man
Start Me Up
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
Brown Sugar
Jumping Jack Flash

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R.E.M. 2003-10-03 Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek Raleigh, NC

Alltel Pavilion at Walnut Creek
Raleigh, NC
10 October 2003

support: Pete Yorn

Source:core sound binaurals (bass roll off)-->sony d8-->(optical) delta dio 2496-->cool edit pro (minor normalization)-->CDR
Recorded by: threelobed

Lineage: CDR--> EAC(secure mode)--> wav files --> Flacfrontend (level 6)-->Flacs
encoded by: zarok

Tracklist:
CD1:
01. Finest Worksong
02. So Fast, So Numb
03. Driver 8
04. Drive
05. Animal
06. Disturbance At the Heron House
07. So. Central Rain
08. Bad Day
09. The One I Love
10. Electrolite
11. Begin The Begin
12. World Leader Pretend
13. I've Been High

CD2:
01. Losing My Religion
02. Find the River/Karma Police snippet
03. She Just Wants To Be
04. Walk Unafraid
05. Man on the Moon

encore:

06. Life And How To Live It
07. Nightswimming
08. Sweetness Follows
09. Imitation Of Life
10. Radio Free Europe***
11. Permanent Vacation***
12. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)


*** Bill Berry joined them during the chorus of RFE and played drums on Permanent Vacation.


*** PLEASE TRADE THIS FREELY AND DO NOT SELL ON EBAY OR ANY SITES***
*** PLEASE DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3s OR ANY LOSSY FILES***

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The Police 1982-04-12 Boston Garden Boston, MA

Spirits in the Boston Garden (with)
the Police
Andy Summers- guitar
Sting- bass, lead vocals
Stewart Copeland- drums
Boston Garden
Boston, Mass. U.S.A.
April 12, 1982
filename: p41282flac16
source: audience tape (unknown generation, I think it's 2nd)
performance quality: B+ energetic and inspired show
recording quality: B (some variation, moderate crowd noise and talking)
runtime: 81:22 (no speed adjusting done)
setlist:
  1: voices in my head (walk on music) >  
  2: message in a bottle
  3: every little thing she does is magic
  4: spirits in the material world
  5: hungry for you
  6: when the world is running down
  7: this bed's too big without you
  8: de do do do de da da da
  9: demolition man
  10: shadows in the rain
  11: walking on the moon
  12: secret journey
  13: one world
  14: invisible sun
  15: roxanne
  16: encores: don't stand so close to me >
      be my girl > can't stand losing you medley
lineage: cassette tape (trade, I'm told and suspect, 2nd gen.) >
         soundforge 4.5 (to WAV) > FLAC 6 > torrent. No dolby used.
Comments:
  Yet another entry into the Boston Police log, I think this is their
third venture into the Boston Garden, and probably my favorite
Police tour, Spirits in the Material World. This one even has a Secret
Journey in it. The 1st 3 songs have alot of shuffling and moving
around people finding their seats (which was not easy at Boston
Garden.) I don't know much about this recording, but it's a decent
audience recording and one of their better Boston performances.
Their Paradise and Orpheum 79 shows were both released in a double
live CD, so this is the only Boston Police concert I have that I can
upload. They really seem to like Boston alot and make reference to
playing the Paradise and now it's alot bigger. This is an energetic
show, I didn't think the Secret Journey is one of the better versions,
but I don't think they play that as much as most of their set. It was
nice to hear that one. Sting is off just a little in part of that, but
his voice and bass are in good form for most of this show, and Andy and
Stewart are in very good form for the whole show. I think it's all here,
except a brief tape flip cut during Walking on the Moon, which I spliced
so it's hard to even notice it's there now. Spirits, Hungry for You,
Demolition Man, One world and this bed's too big... were my favorite
performances in this concert, also a well-played encore medley. I don't
know the tape lineage, think mine's a 2nd generation, and it does not
sound "generated". If it did I'd be upping a Jethro Tull or McLaughlin
torrent instead of this right now (my whole upload schedule is 3 months
behind!), I did this both to contribute to the Police pre-reunion tour
torrent frenzy, and because while not stellar, this is of good enough sound
quality so that most fans of the Police would enjoy hearing it. It's not
from my master, but it's still a glasnostrd19 upload, and that means Glasnost
Radio Productions hovers over me like a god saying Only upload torrents that
are of good (or better) sound quality or alot of dime people will think I'm
just a nimnoid. I cannot have that. Period. Most of my ups sound better than
this does, but it's the Boston Garden, and almost any of my ups from anywhere
else are going to sound better than those. (that's why we now have brand new
TD Banknorth Garden in its place). But despite the garage acoustics, Boston
Garden's live legacy takes second to nobody. The Glasnost Radio show I used
to host in the 1990's on 91.3 FM WCUW Worcester did its own little miniseries
called "Live from the Grand Old Garden". (using archive recordings). This show
just barely missed the cut, but in hindsight, I now realize that near the end
of this tremendous great live tradition of the Boston Garden (it lasted over
60 years, hosting Elvis Presley, James Brown, the Beatles and U-2, maybe the
only place to do that anywhere in the U.S.A.), the Police made themselves a
major part of that legacy too. I just wasn't there to see and hear any of it.
Since their April 79 Paradise radio show, all the Police shows in Boston area
have been to very large, enthusiastic crowds, including this one. The Police
have played in some very historic places, none any more so than this one.
Because it is not real great quality, and I'm not a big fan of Sting's singing,
the tape has barely been played and survived over 25 years like it was just
weeks old. (it's on Maxell XLII. that helps too.) It is better than I thought
when I first got it some 25 years or so ago, and I gave it a little ICPVR help
(individual clap peak volume reduction). The recent Houston and New Haven Police
82 torrents seeded recently here on dime are better recordings, but this is a
hotter concert in my opinion. I think this may even be the last Police concert
ever at the Boston Garden, because the next time the Police toured, they were
literally too big for it! Had to play in the Patriots' stadium for 65,000 people!
(Boston Garden can only hold about a third of that). You wanna hear how that
turned out? that was posted by another uploader. the final answer so
far in the Rat to Foxboro Stadium in 6 years ascent of the world's biggest pop trio.
Do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly. 


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Yes 1974-02-08 Miami Baseball Stadium Miami, FL(V.2)

 


1.01 Opening (Excerpt From "Firebird Suite") (1.31)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.51)
1.03 And You And I (10.26)
1.04 Close To The Edge (19.19)
1.05 The Revealing Science Of God (22.13)

2.01 The Remembering (25.06)
2.02 The Ancient (20.16)
2.03 Ritual (21.37)
2.04 Roundabout (7.51)

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Led Zeppelin 1973-07-09 Civic Center St. Paul, MN



 

LED ZEPPELIN
COMPLETE PERFORMANCE IN MINNESOTA
TDOLZ VOL.043
7/9/73 M/AUD 6
CIVIC CENTER
ST PAUL MINNESOTA
SILVERS>EAC>WAV>FLAC
ART INCLUDED

DISC 1
ROCK AND ROLL
CELEBRATION DAY
BLACK DOG
OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY
MISTY MOUNTAIN HOP
SINCE I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU
NO QUARTER

DISC 2
THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
THE RAIN SONG
DAZED AND CONFUSED

DISC 3
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
MOBY DICK
HEARTBREAKER
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE
COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

The Rolling Stones Early Stitches(RS-ES1/2)



The Rolling Stones

EARLY STITCHES - same as Rattlesnake's "TATTOO TOO" but with 3 more songs

Label: RS-ES1/2 (Early Stitches) RS 071/72 (Tattoo Too)
artwork for both versions included
very good to excellent soundboard recordings

Source: my silver / EAC / flac


CD 01


01. NEVER STOP a.k.a. START ME UP (the "reggae version", take I)
(25th March - 4th April 1975, Munich, Musicland Studios)

02. START ME UP (take II)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

03. HANG FIRE (take I)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

04. HANG FIRE (take Ia)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt,Pathé Marconi Studios)

05. HANG FIRE (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

06. HANG FIRE (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

07. VAGINA a.k.a. SLAVE (take I)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

08. VAGINA a.k.a. SLAVE (take II)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

09. SLAVE (take IV)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)

10. LITTLE T&A a.k.a. BULLDOG (take I)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

11. LITTLE T&A (take II)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

12. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take II)
(10th October - 21st December 1977, Boulogne Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

13. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take III)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

14. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take IV)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

--- end of CD 01 and beginning of CD 02 on the Rattlesnake edition ---

15. BLACK LIMOUSINE (take V)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

16. NEIGHBORS (take II)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)



CD 02


01. WORRIED ABOUT YOU (take I)
(22nd January - 9th February 1975, Rotterdam, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit)

02. WORRIED ABOUT YOU (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

03. TOPS (take I)
(25th - 30th November & 6th - 21st December 1972, Kingston, Dynamic Sound Studios)

04. TOPS (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

05. HEAVEN (take I)
(11th October - 12th November 1980, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé-Marconi Studios)

06. HEAVEN (take II)
(11th October - 12th November 1980, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé-Marconi Studios)

07. NO USE IN CRYING (take I)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

08. NO USE IN CRYING (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

09. NO USE IN CRYING (take III)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

10. NO USE IN CRYING (take IV)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

11. WAITING ON MY FRIEND a.k.a. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take I)
(25th - 30th November & 6th - 21st December 1972, Kingston, Dynamic Sound Studios)

12. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take II)
(10th June - 19th October 1979, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)

13. WAITING ON A FRIEND (take III)
(April - June 1981, New York City, Atlantic Studios)

--- bonus-tracks on Early Stitches ---

14. IT'S COLD DOWN THERE (unreleased song)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

15. GUESS I SHOULD KNOW (unreleased song)
(18th January - 12th February 1979, Nassau, Bahamas, Compass Point Studios)

16. LIGHT UP (unreleased song)
(5th January - 2nd March 1978, Boulogne-Billancourt, Pathé Marconi Studios)


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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Yes A Concert Dream: 1973-1974 Tales From Topographic Oceans Tour Compilation

YES
A Concert Dream: 1973-1974 Tales From Topographic Oceans Tour Compilation

"Side one was the commercial or easy-listening side of Topographic Oceans, side two was a much lighter, folky side of Yes, side three was electronic mayhem turning into acoustic simplicity, and side four was us trying to drive the whole thing home on a biggie." Steve Howe

I wish I was just a little bit older (well, not really but...) because I just missed the TFTO tour by only a couple years. So, instead of a Tales show, my first concert was Chicago in 1975. Thankfully, there were tapers around who documented this incredible music as it was played live. Huge thanks to all those who made listening and sharing these Tales performances possible all these decades later.

Tales01-Firebird Suite, Long Beach, CA, 1974-03-19
Tales02-Siberian Khatru,  Long Beach, CA, 1974-03-19
Tales03-Heart of the Sunrise, Sheffield, ENG, 1973-11-27
Tales04-And You and I, Detroit, MI, 1974-02-28
Tales05-Close to the Edge, Detroit, MI, 1974-02-28
Tales06-IntroTFTO, New York, NY, 1974-02-18
Tales07-The Revealing Science of God, New York, NY, 1974-02-18
Tales08-Intro, Uniondale, NY, 1974-02-14,
Tales09-The Remembering, Uniondale, NY, 1974-02-14
Tales10-The Ancient, Los Angeles, CA, 1974-03-18
Tales11-Ritual, Los Angeles, CA, 1974-03-18
Tales12-Roundabout, Glasgow, SCTLD, 1973-12-06
Tales13-Yours Is No Disgrace, Philadelphia, PA, 1974-02-16
Tales14-Starship Trooper, Long Beach, CA, 1974-03-19

YES (the players):
Jon Anderson - lead vocals, percussion
Steve Howe - guitars, vocals
Chris Squire - bass, vocals
Rick Wakeman - keyboards
Alan White - drums, vocals

Tapers: various
Lineage: N/A
All Audience Recordings except as noted
Notes on Sound Quality: SQ is Good to Very Good throughout

All tracks are from the original filesets as previously torrented. New checksums created with TLH.

Convert to lossy for personal use only-please share only LOSSLESS recordings.

All tracks adhere to DIME's NAV and NAB requirements and have been verified as non-official releases through Forgotten Yesterdays:
http://forgotten-yesterdays.com/index.asp

NOT FOR SALE-PLEASE SHARE FREELY

Please support this artist-purchase official recordings, attend live performances regularly, and visit the websites:

http://yesworld.com/
http://forgotten-yesterdays.com/
http://www.yessongs.nl/index.html (Great site, thanks Remy!)

A word about compilations: This compilation is diguised as a concert. I put together these performances for my personal enjoyment, and share them for the same reason. There are many Yes compilations available; "Wondrous Stories," "Ultimate Yes: 35th Anniversary Collection" and "Word Is Live." This collection is not meant to replace, but complement, the official releases. Nothing beats the original tracks themselves.

I urge you to seek out the torrented performances contained herein (they’re all available out there). Thanks to the tapers, uploaders and all who share this great music. And, of course, thank you to Yes.

For Christopher Russell Edward Squire (March 4, 1948 - June 27, 2015)

Enjoy,

1chucho
"Live Music is Better"
June 27, 2020

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1.01 Firebird Suite (2.15)
     Long Beach 1974-03-19
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.39)
     Long Beach 1974-03-19
1.03 Heart Of The Sunrise (11.32)
     Sheffield 1973-11-27
1.04 And You And I (9.30)
     Detroit 1974-02-28
1.05 Close To The Edge (18.49)
     Detroit 1974-02-28

2.01 Intro TFTO (2.00)
     New York 1974-02-18
2.02 The Revealing Science Of God (19.56)
     New York 1974-02-18
2.03 Intro (0.44)
     Uniondale 1974-02-14
2.04 The Remembering (23.46)
     Uniondale 1974-02-14
2.05 The Ancient (18.48)
     Los Angeles 1974-03-18

3.01 Ritual (25.42)
     Los Angeles 1974-03-18
3.02 Roundabout (8.19)
     Glasgow 1973-12-06
3.03 Yours Is No Disgrace (15.15)
     Philadelphia 1974-02-16
3.04 Starship Trooper (11.21)
     Long Beach 1974-03-19 


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Led Zeppelin 1969-07-05 Atlanta International Raceway Hampton, Georgia

Led Zeppelin
July 5th, 1969
Atlanta International Raceway
Hampton, Georgia

audience recording

Lineage: Reel(M) > Reel @ 3 3/4 ips > wav > flac

Setlist:
01 Train Kept A Rollin'
02 I Can't Quit You Baby
03 Dazed And Confused
04 White Summer
05 You Shook Me

Notes:
This is from a 1st gen reel, the masters are presumed lost.
The rest of the show was taped, but was accidentally erased.
Thanks to Vinnie/June72, Z, Charley, and Ian from The Dogs of Doom for liberating, to Ed for speed correcting and tracking, and to the original taper.

Link


 

Neil Young 1980-10-03 Greek Theatre,Berkeley, CA


NEIL YOUNG -  - 2 source (AUD) STEREO MATRIX (16bit) - Hawks & Doves on Bread & Roses

Neil Young with the Hawks & Doves Band
6th annual Bread & Roses Festival of Music
1980-10-03 - Greek Theatre, U.C. Berkeley, CA
LS#2: "Hawks & Doves on Bread & Roses"

STEREO MATRIX of 2 mono audience recordings:
Source 1 [L]: (unknown equipment) > (master or 1st gen.copy?) > bootleg CD [Marshall Recordings 0010]
Source 2 [R]: Electrovoice RE-10 mics > Sony TCD-5 > Maxell UD XLI cassette master (Dolby B) > Nakamichi Dragon

SONGS: [40:40]
 1. warm up [0:33]
 2. Are You Ready For The Country? [4:34]
 3. Coastline [2:31]
 4. Stayin' Power [3:00]
 5. Turbine [3:41]
 6. Motor City [3:37]
 7. band introduction [0:41]
 8. Union Man [2:41]
 9. Comin' Apart At Every Nail [3:15]
10. Hawks And Doves [4:01]
11. Homegrown [3:06]
12. Four Strong Winds [4:20]
13. Are You Ready For The Country? [4:38]

The Hawks & Doves Band:
    Neil Young - vocals, guitars, harmonica, piano
    Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, harmony vocals
    Rufus Thibodeaux - fiddle
    Dennis Belfield - bass
    Greg Thomas - drums
    Ann Hillary O'Brien - harmony vocals

Both sources audio restored (dropouts fixed), speed corrected & synchronized to stereo mix
See data-production-notes.txt file for details
Artwork and additional data included
NY unofficial Live Series #2 by Nite Owl Productions

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Neil Young 1984-02-06/07 The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA (LS#3: "Leap Year of the Horse: Live at the Catalyst 1984")


NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE - 1984-02-06/7 - Catalyst - SBD/AUD MATRIX COMPILATION (16bit) - Leap Year of the Horse

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: February 6-7, 1984
The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA (compilation)
LS#3: "Leap Year of the Horse: Live at the Catalyst 1984"

STEREO MATRIX compilation of 2 separate sets of recordings:
SBD: (FOH mix feed) > Sony TC-D5M (Dolby B) > Nakamichi Dragon > Audiomedia III [Grner1]
AUD: (front left balcony) > Nakamichi CM-300 mics > Sony TC-D5M  > TDK MA 90 (Dolby B) > Nakamichi Dragon > Panasonic 3700 DAT

SONGS: [78:30]
 1. Rock Forever [4:10]
 2. So Tired [3:24] *
 3. Violent Side [6:04] *
 4. I Got A Problem [3:52]
 5. Stand By Me [5:09] #
 6. Your Love Is Good To Me [4:40]
 7. Powderfinger [6:11] #
 8. Barstool Blues [4:23]
 9. Welfare Mothers [4:01] #
10. Touch the Night [11:00]
11. Tonight's the Night [9:29]
12. Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) [4:47] #
13. Cortez the Killer [8:14]
14. Homegrown [3:06] *

All songs recorded at the February 7 late show, except as indicated (Cinnamon Girl has been omitted):
* early show, February 7
# early show, February 6
The Feb. 6 late show SBD has not been used as there was no corresponding audience recording available.

Neil Young – vocals & guitar
Ralph Molina - drums, backing vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, backing vocals; lead vocals (tr.5)
Frank Sampedro – guitar, backing vocals; Stringman keyboard
Ben Keith – saxophone; tambourine

Both sources edited & synchronized to stereo mix with moderate L/R panning (AUD/SBD)
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NY unofficial Live Series #3 by Nite Owl Productions (NO-2020-13)

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Neil Young 1995-06-24 Golden Gate Park Polo Fields San Francisco, CA


   NEIL YOUNG & PEARL JAM
   ----------------------
"Neil Jam: Mirror Ball Live"
Golden Gate Park Polo Fields
San Francisco, June 24, 1995

The story behind this one-off performance is well known. The scheduled Pearl Jam concert was cut short when Eddie Vedder fell too ill to continue. Neil, who a few months ago had recorded the Mirror Ball album (which was just about to be released) with Pearl Jam, and apparently was originally supposed to guest on a few songs, then stepped in to prevent a riot. Some of the attendees were none too happy about this turn of events (as can be heard on the recordings, especially when it becomes clear that Eddie is not coming back) and many left. Little did they know what was in store...

While the "Neil Jam" toured Europe supporting Mirror Ball later in 1995, this unique performance of a good chunk of the LP (plus choice other songs) perhaps remains its ultimate live representation - until an official version surfaces from the vaults, perhaps of the Dublin show which was taped by a video camera crew.

SET 1: [48:53]
01    warm up [1:03]
02    Big Green Country [6:26]
03    Act Of Love [3:52]
04    Throw Your Hatred Down [10:03]
05    Powderfinger [6:01]
06    Truth Be Known [4:15]
07    Rockin' In The Free World [7:27]
08    The Needle And The Damage Done [3:24] *
09    Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) [6:22] *
    (*) NY solo acoustic
SET 2: [63:44]
10    I'm The Ocean [7:23]
11    Down By The River [18:56]
12    Downtown [6:24]
13    Cortez The Killer [13:12]
14    intermission [4:37]
15    Peace And Love [7:04]
16    Rockin' In The Free World [6:09]

Recorded live at at the Golden Gate Park Polo Fields (San Francisco, CA) on Saturday June 24, 1995.
Stereo matrix of two separate audience DAT recordings (see below).
All songs written by Neil Young, except: track 9 by Young & Jeff Blackburn; track 15 by Young & Eddie Vedder.

Neil Young – vocals, guitars, harmonica
    (filling in for sick Eddie Vedder)
Pearl Jam:
    Jeff Ament – bass guitar
    Stone Gossard – electric guitar
    Jack Irons – drums
    Mike McCready – electric guitar
    Brendan O'Brien - organ

Many thanks to the original tapers for their excellent DAT recordings which made this possible:
Source 1: AUD DAT clone [Dolphinsmile Archive]
    Sonic Studios (DSM-6) > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT(M) > DAT(1) > microtrack > FLAC
Source 2: AUD DAT clone [BLG]
    Sonic Studios (DSM-6) > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT(M) > DAT(1) > DA-20 > DiO 2496 > Soundforge 6.0 > FLAC

NY unofficial Live Series #4 (NO-2020-14).
Stereo mix synchronization, audio restoration, research & packaging by Nite Owl Productions.

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Yes 1973-12-10 Empire Theatre Edinburgh, Scotland, UK


I've thought about uploading this show for a long time, but my problem was I had two sources and both had problems to overcome. I bit the bullet and redid the audio for both sources and then combined them to make the most complete version of this show. Source 1 had all the songs, but the Revealing and Ritual were incomplete and the sound is about a C-. Source 2 was about a B- in quality, but Close To The Edge and the Ancient were incomplete and Ritual and Roundabout were missing. In the end this is not a bad show, but I would caution the casual listener that this might not be their cup of tea.

This was the final show of the UK portion from the Tales From Topographic Oceans tour. This show runs about 132 minutes. Listen to the major screwup at the beginning of The Revealing.

Lineup: Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Alan White

Yes
Empire Theatre
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Dec. 10, 1973

CD 1
1. Firebird Suite
2. Siberian Khatru
3. And You & I
4. Close To The Edge
5. The Revealing

CD 2
6. The Remembering
7. The Ancient
8. Ritual (incomplete)
9. Roundabout

Enjoy!

Relayerman


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Yes 1973-11-27 Sheffield City Hall Sheffield, UK


I can't believe this one's fallen off the tracker. This audience capture from the UK TFTO tour at Sheffield on 11/27/73 is a highly listenable, yet unfortunately, incomplete show. Notable for the inclusion of Heart of the Sunrise replacing And You and I, this is an exceptional early Tales show. Highly recommended. Thanks to Relayerman for the original upload!

Yes
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield, UK
Nov. 27, 1973

Lineage: see below
Notes on Sound Quality: Audience Recording, the SQ is Ex throughout.
Convert to lossy for personal use only
NOT FOR SALE-SHARE FREELY
Artwork available at Remy's website (see below)
Please support the artist-purchase official recordings, attend performances regularly, and visit the website(s):

http://www.yessongs.nl/index.html (Great site, thanks Remy!)
http://www.yesworld.com/

Enjoy,

1chucho
June 2011


Original notes:

I got this on tape in a trade back in the early 80's. I believe that it is probably 2nd gen. I have converted to CD and then to FLAC and tweaked the sound along the way to even out the volume of tracks and to make certain parts clearer.

Yes
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield, UK
Nov. 27, 1973

Lineup: Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Alan White

The UK Tales tour was performed on the eve of the release of the Tales From Topographic Oceans album in the UK. There were a few differences in the UK tour and the subsequent US tour in that several dates only featured 2 songs from the Close To The Edge album and Heart of the Sunrise was played. Midway through the UK tour Heart was dropped and the entire Close To The Edge album was played. The US tour, for the most part, stuck to that setlist with a few minor variations such as Rick Wakeman doing a solo segment here and there and The Remembering being dropped midway through the tour. This show from Sheffield is, so far, the best sounding show from the UK tour, but sadly the complete show doesn't seem to exist. Also, this show was held in a 2100 seat hall so it was an intimate setting as can be heard from some of the back and forth banter between the band and the audience.

CD 1
1. Firebird Suite
2. Siberian Khatru
3. Heart Of The Sunrise
4. Close To The Edge
5. The Revealing Science Of God (incomplete)

CD 2
1. The Remembering
2. The Ancient
3. Ritual (incomplete)

Enjoy!

Relayerman

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Yes 1973-12-06 Apollo Theatre Glasgow, Scotland



 

YES
Thursday, 6 December 1973

Apollo Theatre
126 Renfield Street
Glasgow, Scotland
UK

FLAC master, 6 December 2017:
Analog audience recording (mono): unknown analog generations > probably Maxell XLII 90 (Type II CrO2) analog audio cassette (c. late 1980's/early 1990's) > Sony TC-WE435 (azimuth adjustment) > Sony PCM-R500 > Sony DGP 90 DAT tape {SBM} > HHB BurnIt CDR830 > two Kodak Gold Ultima (w/ Infoguard) 74-minute CDRs {transferred c. 1999-2000} > EAC (WAV extraction, secure mode) > SHNtool (joined all WAVs) > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (audio cleanup) > SHNtool (fixed SBE) > CD Wave (track splits) > TLH (WAV > FLAC8).
Created this text file.

Total running time  [2:16:44]
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01  Firebird Suite [2:16] >
02  Siberian Khatru [10:04]
03  And You and I [10:30]
04  Close to the Edge [21:22]
05  The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn) [20:54]
06  The Remembering (High the Memory) [20:41]
07  The Ancient (Giants Under the Sun) [19:15]
08  Ritual (Nous Sommes du Soleil) [22:33]
-- encore --
09  Roundabout [9:07]

Band line-up:
Jon Anderson - lead vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion
Steve Howe - guitars, backing vocals, percussion
Chris Squire - bass guitar, backing vocals, percussion
Rick Wakeman - keyboards
Alan White - drums, percussion, backing vocals

Notes:

Here is a show which took place the day before "Tales of Topographic Oceans" was released in the UK, with the band performing the album in its entirety, after playing through the whole of their prior album. The Apollo was only about three months old at this point, and this recording sounds like it was recorded somewhere in the balcony. Sound is clear, but there is what is best described as a sheet or cascade of light hiss -- nothing terrible, but if you weren't raised with ears in the analog age, this can be a bothersome artifact.

"The Remembering" is cut and there is a tape flip cut in "The Ancient" at 8:44 into the track.

This show has made the rounds on EZT/dime before: at least once prior to 2007 from Relayerman's remaster of a tape he received in trade circa 1980, then a posting of a boot CD source entitled "Ancient Tales." Both versions were then reseeded twice in 2010. It would be great to see either of those up here again, as it appears I never obtained either.

So... this mastering might run a tad shorter than those, and I suspect it's because "The Remembering" gets whacked a bit near its conclusion. The tale of this tapeographic notion is that I had borrowed a case of cassette tapes from a long-time Yes collector friend of mine in the pre-EZT days. My guess is that most of those tapes were sourced around the late 80s/early 90's so it doesn't stretch as far back as Relayerman's tape. My friend was close to some members of the band and had some assorted material in need of transfering which really didn't interest me all that much, but getting to borrow some early Yes shows helped sweeten the deal, and this was part of that batch. Haven't a clue how this compares to that version or "Ancient Tales," but if Relayerman spent hours on his remaster, that's probably the best one to get. If you're looking for a transfer closer to the way the original audience recording sounds, this one is probably not a bad alternate. No EQ'ing was done -- just some light fades to make the cuts a little less pronounced. I put this on DAT back in the day and then to CDR, and had this ripped and incubating on an HD for about a year or two, figured it was an ideal time to properly catalog this one.

Over the years on dime, EZT, the Archival Group, and through all the various and assorted other trading groups online preceding that, and the CDR, DAT, and analog cassette traders which came before, I've gathered a moderate collection of items to share. I've helped with transfers (the Cactus and related uploads from over a decade ago here, and currently a bite out of the massive Stonecutter Archives), contributed setlists and corrections to many a torrent -- all the sort of things that don't raise one's share ratio. I've shared some of my masters back in the old snail mail days, but it's high time to give back more here from where I've received so much. I had meant to do a roll-out with something grand and possibly a series (Elegymart #1, #2, etc.), but that's been done countless times before.

At this point not only have we've all aged along with dime's existence, but our media and the equipment that can play it back has as well. So rather than any fanfare or concern over share ratio, consider this upload another step in a more diligent attempt to beat the time and to circulate the collection.

Enjoy,
elegymart


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