Friday, May 14, 2021

Yes 1969-12-21 Kingston Hotel Sheffield, Eng.


1.01 Dear Father (5.46)
1.02 Eleanor Rigby (3.25)
1.03 I See You (21.20)


KISS 1979-10-19 Hemisfair Arena San Antonio TX

Source: Audience recording
Location: Hemisfair Arena San Antonio TX
Date: October 19, 1979
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:
Artwork: No

Disc 1:
1-01 King Of The Night Time World
1-02 Let Me Go, Rock And Roll
1-03 Move On
1-04 Calling Dr. Love
1-05 Firehouse
1-06 New York Groove
1-07 I Was Made For Lovin´ You
1-08 Christine Sixteen
1-09 2.000 Man
1-10 - Guitar Solo

Disc 2: (39:55)
2-01 Love Gun
2-02 Bass Solo - God Of Thunder - Drum Solo
2-03 Shout It Out Loud
2-04 Black Diamond
2-05 Detroit Rock City
2-06 Beth
2-07 Rock And Roll All Nite


Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration 2014-05-14 Warren Haynes w/Keith Lockhart & The Boston Pops Symphony Hall, Boston MA

Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration
Warren Haynes w/Keith Lockhart & The Boston Pops
Symphony Hall, Boston MA 05-14-2014

Set One

Dark Star
Bird Song
Crazy Fingers
Scarlet Begonias
Russian Lullabye
Shakedown Street
Morning Dew

Set Two

Attics of My Life
Comes A Time
China Cat
West LA Fadeaway
Black Peter
Terrapin Station

Field:  Sony PCM-M10 – Internal Mics, 24/96 FOB/DFC

Post: Fades in Audacity, Downsample in R8Brain, Track Splits in CDWav,
FLAC’ed and Torrent in TLH, Tags in Media Monkey.





Bob Dylan 1991-04-24 City Auditorium Macon, GA

Bob Dylan, 4/24/91, Macon, 2CDR

I cannot find the drop d1t3 0:30 present in LB-644....
maybe is a different one ?
anyway the sound is poor, ofter the Bob's voice is far and covered by the crowd..
but this the only rec I have ...

1 New Morning 2 Lay Lady Lay 3 All Along The Watchtower 4 The Man In Me 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Wiggle Wiggle 7 It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (acoustic w band) 8 Gates Of Eden (acoustic w band) 9 Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic w band)
10 Bob Dylan's Dream (acoustic w band) 11 Everything Is Broken 12 Man In The Long Black Coat 13 Highway 61 Revisited 14 Under The Red Sky 15 I Shall Be Released 16 Like A Rolling Stone 17 Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic w band) 18 Maggie's Farm 


Thursday, May 13, 2021

Warren Zevon 1991-12-26 Chestnut Cabaret Philadelphia, PA



Missed: i'll sleep when i'm dead
01. play it all night long
02. poor poor pitiful me
03. mr. bad example
04. things to do in denver when your dead
05. roland chorale
06. roland the headless thompson gunner
07. first we take manhattan
08. detox mansion
09. boom boom mancini
10. excitable boy
11. model citizen
12. searching for a heart
13. werewolves of london/band intros
14. into the mystic
15. lawyers guns and money

no mp3's, no selling, YES SHARING - “Your last shirt wont have a pocket” - Lone Taper
please no remastered reposts - it is what it is.
“It ain’t perfect, but it ain’t bad”


Mary Chapin Carpenter 1992-11-16 Beacon Theatre New York, NY

Mary Chapin Carpenter
November 16, 1992
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY

Face First Production of an Exploding Commode Video

Taped & Provided by ECV
Capture, Edit, Author by FFP
Audio Mastered by Jadedphan

Audio: Nak 300 Shotgun Mics
Master: NAK 300s > Panasonic AG-7400 > VHS Master (Maxell XL-HiFi 120)
Transfer: VHS Master > Panasonic AG-7150 > Canopus ADVC-300 > Firewire > HD > Sony Vegas 9 (.avi) > WAV > Soundforge 9 > TLH > FLAC
[LPCM, 1.5 Mbs, 16 Bit, 48 kHz]

Never Had It So Good
You Win Again
Going Out Tonight
How Do
Rhythm Of The Blues
Passionate Kisses
Read My Lips
Band Intros
Down At The Twist & Shout
Right Now
Only A Dream
Come On Come On
He Thinks He'll Keep Her
Quittin' Time
The Moon & St. Christopher
I Feel Lucky

Hal Ketchum Opened
Lisa Taylor, from New Country 103.5 WYNY, Introduces both artists
01:08:42-01:11:19 - Filled With Graphics

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Vocals, Guitar
John Jennings - Guitar
Jon Carroll - Keyboards
J.T. Brown - Bass
Robbie Magruder - Drums


Warren Haynes 2015-10-06 Orpheum Theatre Boston, MA

Warren Haynes Featuring Jeff Sipe And Chessboxer
Orpheum Theatre
Boston, Massachusetts

Source: Schoeps CCM4V's>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>
Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP Row , Seat , 6 1/2' High
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 10.0>CD Wave>flac(16)
ID3 Tagged In Foobar 2000
Recorded By: Z-Man
Seeded By: Z-Man

Disc I

01 Jam >
02 Patchwork Quilt
03 Is It Me Or You
04 Company Man
05 Wanderlust >
06 Beat Down The Dust
07 Jessica
08 Dusk Till Dawn >
09 Coal Tattoo
10 Stranded In Self Pity

Disc II

01 You Ain't Goin' Nowhere >
01 Instrumental Illness >
02 Drum Solo >
03 Skin It Back
04 Blue Sky >
05 Spots In Time
06 Warren Banter
07 *Willin'
08 Two Of A Kind

* With Justin Townes Earle On Vocals

Warren Haynes - Guitar And Vocals
Jeff Sipe - Drums
Matt Menefee - BanJo, Guitar, Mandolin, And Vocals
Royal Masat - Bass And Vocals
Ross Holmes - Fiddle And Vocals
? - BanJo, Guitar, And Mandolin



Warren Haynes 2015-09-29 Fillmore, Detroit Michigan

Warren Haynes with Chessboxer & Jeff Sipes
Fillmore, Detroit Michigan

SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-11 > Zoom H2n (96/24)
SD Card > PC > Audacity (tracking, amplification, resampling,) > TLH (fix SBE)

Recorded from 2nd row center, mics clipped to hat.  This was a seated show

01 Is It Me Or You
02 One More Cup of Coffee
03 Blue Sky
04 Patchwork Quilt
05 Company Man
06 Dusk Till Dawn
07 Coal Tattoo
08 Stranded in Self Pity
09 Lay of the Sunflower
10 I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
11 All Along the Watchtower
12 Troubled Mind jam
13 I'll Be Your baby Tonight
14 Skin It Back
15 Drums
16 Beat Down The Dust
17 Instrumental Illness
18 Spots of Time
19 Jessica

Warren Haynes - Guitar, Vocals
Matt Menefee - Banjo, Mandolin, Vocals
Ross Holmes - Violin, Vocals
Royal Masat - Bass, Vocals
? - Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar
Jeff Sipes - Drums




Shooter Jennings 2017-05-21 Galatyn Park,Richardson, TX

Shooter Jennings
Wildflower Arts & Music Festival
Methodist Richardson Amphitheater Stage
Galatyn Park,Richardson, TX, USA

Lineage: Zoom H2 > 24/48 wav > Audacity > TLH > 16/44 Flac

Set List

01 Electric Rodeo
02 Steady At The Wheel
03 Don't Feed The Animals
04 Triskaidekaphobia
05 The Real Me
06 Outlaw You
07 Last Time I let You Down

The Wildflower Festival is a 3 day Arts & Music festival put on annually by the City of Richardson. This was the 25th Anniversary of the festival. Shooter Jennings was the closing band for the festival. There are some sound issues within the recording that I believe comes from the soundboard person or feedback from the band. This is an incomplete recording. It is my master and all I did was track it.


Too Much Joy 1995-02-22 Mercury Lounge, New York, NY

Too Much Joy
Mercury Lounge, New York, NY (USA)
February 22, 1995

Equipment: Sony 909 mic > Sony D-6
Lineage: Master Maxell XLII-S 90 cassette > Tascam 202MKV > Edirol R09 (16/44) > Adobe Audition 5.5 (level boost/hiss reduction) > CD Wave Editor (track) > flac8
Taper: Stonecutter15: Stonecutter Archives
Transfer & Tracking: Smores
1. That's A Lie [LL Cool J]
2. Magic
3. William Holden Caulfield
4. Weak
5. A Texas Sunday
6. What It Is
7. Mrs. Now
8. Half Life
9. Long Haired Guys From England
10. Donna Everywhere
11. A New England [Billy Bragg]
12. Susquehanna Hat Company
13. I'm Your Wallet
14. The Kids Don't Understand
15. King Of Beers

notes: there was a tape flip in the middle of King Of Beers. I edited it out, but there is a slight jump at the spot.

This show is from the Stonecutter Archives who was kind enough to share some of his tapes for this forum. If you have masters that you would like to share PLEASE contact me or anyone that is willing to work on them to get them out to the collecting community. Thanks.



Vince Gill 2014-06-21 Wayne Henderson Music FestivalMouth Of Wilson, VA

Vince Gill
Wayne Henderson Music Festival    
Grayson Highlands State Park
Mouth Of Wilson, Va
June 21, 2014

Soundboard -> Marantz pmd620 -> Tascam cc222 -> CD -> EAC -> WAV -> Audacity -> TLH -> Flac 8


d1t01 Banter
d1t02 One More Last Chance
d1t03 Banter (Amy Grant)
d1t04 Whenever You Come Around
d1t05 Banter (Guitar Story)
d1t06 This Old Guitar And Me
d1t07 Banter
d1t08 When I Call Your Name
d1t09 High Lonesome Sound
d1t10 Banter
d1t11 Look At Us
d1t12 Banter (Old Lady Story)
d1t13 The Key To Life
d1t14 Liza Jane
d1t15 Go Rest High On That Mountain
d1t16 The Sad One

Solo Acoustic.  Vince played at Wayne Henderson's festival which is a one day festival held every June.  Wayne Henderson is one of America's best guitar makers, called a luthier, and presented guitars to Vince and Bill Kirchen, both of which performed this day.  A heavy rainstorm begins during This Old Guitar And Me, but the music played on.  This is a fantastic set, I think you will agree.


The Strypes 2017-04-02 Spirit Store Dundalk Ireland

The Strypes
"Never Mind The Mocks Tour"
Spirit Store
2 April 2017

CA14s(cards)>CA9200>R09HR>Adobe Audtion>cdwav>tlh>you

Taped by Kagee, Kagee Jnr & various friends & family
Transferred by Kagee

01 Behind Closed Doors
02 Easy Riding
03 Holidays
04 I Don't Wanna Know
05 3 Streets & A Village Green
06 Consequence
07 Get It over Quickly
08 Grin & Bear It
09 Tension
10 Cruel Brunette
11 Angel Eyes
12 Stormy Monday
13 Shades
14 Turning
15 Garden Of Eden
16 Get Into It
17 Great Expectations
18 Cruel World
19 Still Gonna Drive You Home
20 What A Shame
21 Mystery Man
22 Scumbag City
23 Encore Break
24 Heart Of The City
25 Blue Collar Jane

An absolutely stoking set from The Strypes in Dundalk.

Plenty of new tunes from the upcoming new album, some old tunes and a
few covers including a brilliant version of Stormy Monday.

I've done my best with the song titles on the new tunes - I took them from a copy
of the setlist my son got on the night. They might not be 100% accurate.

This one sounds really good - taped from the rear of the venue on Pete's
side. Credit to the sound guy in the Spirit Store - he had the sound
dialled in on the night.

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

Remember to support The Strypes - buy their records, go to their shows & buy their merch

Paul Westerberg 2002-08-28 Bowery Ballroom New York, NY


Aug 28, 2002 - NY, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

With three back-to-back shows in New York City (plus that Long Island gig a week ago) Westerberg surely knew he'd have a large contingent of people in the audience who would attend more than one performance. He's been inclined to mix it up a lot anyway, but the tour finale at the Bowery Ballroom was so different from the previous night's show at Irving Plaza that anyone fortunate enough to attend both definitely got their money's worth.

Maybe the Ballroom's smaller size prompted its proprietors to delay Paul's entrance (have to sell a lot of drinks in a small crowd to keep pace with the bigger boys!), or maybe Paul's makeup artist was held up in traffic. For whatever reason, Paul didn't hit the stage until about 9:45 pm. We knew we were in for something a little different from the previous night when the stage lights went up to reveal PW in full Grandpaboy regalia (essentially the same outfit he wore on the Letterman show, sans the hat he gave Dave that night; but he had another hat, natch!). His shades had the duct tape in big "X's as on the cover of Mono, plus purple lipstick, and he was spoting the "NOW...HERE" jacket. Fired up the electric and it was off to the races. Here's the whole whoppin' 42-song set list (with some interspersed commentary):

1. No Expectations (Stones tune from Beggars Banquet)
2. Lost Highway
3. Long Black Veil
4. Postcards From Paradise
5. Don't Cry No Tears (Neil Young tune from Zuma) [these first six were done in a kind of medley, with just fragments of the first three]
6. Mr. Rabbit
7. High Time
8. Born For Me (absolutely perfect rendition of this, about as soulful as it gets - hit the nail on the head, as someone standing next to me remarked)
9. Between Love and Like
10. Waiting For Somebody
11. Nobody
12. Black Eyed Susan
13. Even Here We Are
14. Achin' To Be (a novel arrangement of this, in a kind of folky/bluegrass vein, until the end when Paul just started goofing around)
15. Let The Bad Times Roll
16. Dirt to Mud
17. No Place For You
18. Kansas City Star (Roger Miller tune from back in '65)
19. Within Your Reach (lots of audience help on this - Paul improvised lyrics after the first verse)
20. Lush and Green
21. 2 Days Til Tomorrow
22. We May Be The Ones (on electric guitar)
23. I'll Be You
24. Can't Hardly Wait
25. Kiss Me On The Bus (had a good groove going with the audience here; at one point the house lights went up so he could see who was singing along)
26. Take Out Some Insurance (old tune done by Jimmy Reed, and later by Tony Sheridan and the Beatles)
27. La Grange (ZZ Top boogie riff tune - just a fragment, as this was the punchline to a brief story Paul told about allegedly meeting Billy Gibbons in Texas)
28. Don't Want Never (played lying on his back on the stage sofa)
29. Jumping Jack Flash (ditto)
30. Someone Take The Wheel (had to tune up a little before this, as he had just "smashed" the guitar a few times, but kept playing it anyway - the guitar sounded like it was in pain for most of the song)
31. Unsatisfied (like almost any PW fan, I consider this one of those definitive songs, a desert island tune, the kind of song that grabs you by the throat when you first hear it and doesn't let go - I've seen Paul and the Mats several times, but never heard him play it until now. I've read about first-rate renditions of it earlier on the tour; about the best I can say is that this wasn't one of 'em, although it was still worth hearing)
32. Knockin' On Mine (the "knowledge is power..." part still missing in action - maybe he doesn't like that part of the song anymore?)
33. Love Untold (geez, another wonderful performance - this was never one of my favorites, but I may need to rethink that)
[couch and stage invitation extended to the audience - about two dozen took him up on it]

34. Skyway
35. If Only You Were Lonely
36. Crackle And Drag
37. Sadly Beautiful
38. Alex Chilton (a couple of women on stage got up and started dancing at this point, immediately putting into relief the fact that the rest of us dorks had just been standing around all night)
39. Left Of The Dial Encore:
40. Here Comes A Regular (with kazoo accompaniment during the instrumental breaks)
41. Things (finished and said "I think I've played enough now," but some guy on the stage persuaded him to do one more...)
42. Never Mind (pushed the vocal volume knob up to 11, perhaps to guarantee that this WOULD be the last song)
From the beginning Paul sent signals that this was going to be a much looser performance than the previous night. For the most part the approach paid off - as many have commented, Paul usually finds ways to make sloppiness work in his favor, and some of the material clearly benefitted from a good dose of swagger - but something wasn't entirely clicking tonight. There were a few problems with the sound on stage - PW asked for more volume on his acoustic more than once - and about halfway through there seemed to be some disruption coming from people in the audience. I was about five "rows" deep and off to one side of the stage, so I couldn't really tell what was going on, but a few of these incidents were enough to break the mood Paul had struggled to create. When this happened on some of the quieter tunes, he would just finish off the song and move on - it was kind of like watching the air go out of a balloon. The net effect of this was that Paul had to work harder to hold the audience and I think it was a little exhausting, depending on how he went about it. One of the most memorable moments was the contrast between "Knockin' On Mine," where he used volume and speed to put the song over (which didn't really work - by the end this was almost painful to watch) and "Love Untold," where he dropped the fast/loud rule and delivered one of the best performances of the night. The tone Paul set here finally hooked the entire audience and was sustained through the end of the gig.

In sum, it was a classic "warts'n'all" Westerberg show. And that ain't bad! So all you folks in the South and West can now start beating the drums...maybe you'll convince Paul to visit your town. We wouldn't want him crawling into that basement for another three years, right?

- RK from Teaneck, NJ

Bowery Ballroom - 8/28/02 - (Paul played for about 2 hrs and 15 minutes, HE CAME OUT AS GRANDPABOY!!!, before then reverting to a more normal Paul attire)

Lost Highway/Long Black Veil/Postcard from Paradise
unknown cover
High Time
Mr. Rabbit
Waiting for Somebody
Born For Me
Achin to Be (as a kinda honky tonk version until almost the end, when he stopped the song and said he lost himself, ending it in the normal version)
Let The Bad Times Roll
Within Your Reach (super-sweet moment where he took a postcard from a guy in the front row and apparently the guy traveled 10,000 miles from Thailand to hear that song. Paul said, "10,000 miles for a song I don't know. That's no pressure." Then he played it, making up one verse as he went, but overall, pretty amazing.)
Black Eyed Susan
Lush & Green
Dirt Into Mud
Between Love and Like
No Place For You
Don't Want Never (played lying down on the couch)
Jumping Jack Flash (played lying down on the couch and he tried to smash his guitar afterwards, unsuccessfully, thus tuning it back up and playing the next song)
unknown cover (that led into an anecdote where Paul was in Texas and met the artist who I know I should know, but don't. Paul then played part of that artist's famous and recognizable song that again, I can't think of) (K: ZZTop)
I'll Be You
Can't Hardly Wait
2 Days Til Tomorrow
Love Untold
Even Here We Are
Kiss Me On The Bus (which began as a train wreck of a sing-along)
Someone Take the Wheel (with Paul really trying for the Tommy part at the end)
Knocking On Mine
If Only You Were Lonely
Sadly Beautiful
Crackle & Drag
Alex Chilton
Left of the Dial (performed standing on a table)
Here Comes a Regular (where one audience member accompanied Paul beautifully on the kazoo)
Random notes on the Bowery Show: this is the set list I think I left most incomplete; and since I don't know where else to write this, at one point he acknowledged someone's request for "Let's Not Belong" but never played the song; he also said about Sixteen Blue "I haven't heard that song in 15 years."

Overall, 3 truly great shows, among the best concerts I've ever seen in my life. With these and the in-store earlier this year, I finally got my chance to see Paul and man, was it worth the wait. Each night had some great small surprise. I can die happy. Paul, I love ya man, thank you so much for this tour. Now get some sleep and take your son to his first day of school.

-Brendan H.

There's something here I better say, this has turned into yesterday, 3 little words: OH MY GOD!

The final show was beyond belief; a masterpiece; one of my top five concerts of all time. Paul Westerberg took a sold-out Bowery Ballroom crowd and combined us into a group of friends partying in his living room. I was completing the NYC trifecta and feeling a bit crazed after too much drink and too little sleep as I took my place on the balcony with a clear shot of the stage. As the lights dimmed a special guest stepped onstage - Grandpaboy, complete with hat, makeup and mitten savers attached to a Bowery bum jacket. For the first time on my personal four stop tour I didn't keep notes on a set list, and you know what, I don't care, so exact details are sketchy.

Paul played by far the longest set of the tour. He was all business at first, playing note perfect versions of "High Time" and "Mr. Rabbit" but then something happened. He flubbed a few lines and this started an ongoing conversation with the crowd, a friendly relationship that would later save his life. As for the songs, I remember Neil Young's "Don't Cry", "Kiss Me On The Bus", "Even Here We Are", "Someone Take The Wheel", "Postcards from Paradise", "Love Untold", I'll be You", "No Place For You" and at least 25 more songs. He also did some great little segues like "Lush and Green" fading into the chorus of "Looking Out Forever". And little throwaways like the opening riff from "Space Truckin'" and ZZ Top's "Grange" that was the punchline to a little story about touring in Texas.

The show really got wild when Westerberg decided, for no apparent reason to smash a beautiful (Les Paul?) guitar. The roadie tried to stop him but Paul would have none of that and then commented, "I bet it still plays great". And after a deft display of one handed tuning he proceeded to play three more songs in perfect tune. A guy yelled out "I love you Paul" and added "And I'm not Gay". But nothing could have prepared me for the end of the show. The invitation to come up on the stage brought at least 50 people onto the small set. Paul sat on the couch and had the roadie bring him guitars and mikes through the throng. Requests were made and played with full audience participation until he rose and moved towards the front of the stage. Finding no place to stand he mounted the flimsy table that held his cheat notes and the fans protected him by grabbing the table from all angles creating a marginally steady makeshift stage.

From his perch Paul was now jesus walking on the sea of fans. "Unsatisfied" was belted out with total commitment and then, as if it was a clear farewell message, Paul Westerberg told us: "And if I don't see ya, in a long, long while, I'll try to find you ... Left of the dial". I was now in tears. A perfect ending .. but wait, there was more. An encore was in store this time ending with "Never Mind". To a person the crowd yelled our farewell "The Words I Thought I Brought I Left Behind, So Never Mind".

As I filed out past the tour bus I had thoughts of another talk with Paul, but it was time to let it go. I leaned over, kissed the bus and faded off into the rainy streets of the Bowery.

Jake McBean
Rockaway, NJ
Well, the final word on the final night -- I watched this show from upstairs as well, standing behind the sound booth. Paul was in a much looser mood than he had been at other shows, coming out in full GPBoy regalia and starting off the show with some of the country covers he did at the Guthrie. I was irrationally happy to hear him do "Postcards From Paradise"! Every time I get my moment at the bus to talk to him, I want to ask him why/how he ever hit upon that song to cover but needless to say, I always forget.

I had been telling the guys I was standing with (Scott and Steve aka the "Date To Church" guys) about this beautiful version of "Even Here We Are" Paul did in Detroit, with this amazingly delicate guitar work and what do you know, he played it a little while later, one of my favorite moments. "Between Love and Like" was also a highlight, I absolutely love that song. And we all owe a little thanks to Tom from Singapore, who traveled 10,000 miles for these shows and handed Paul a postcard (see left) asking for "Within Your Reach" -- Paul's crusty reply" "10,000 miles for a song I don't know, no pressure there!" but of course, he ended up playing it, with lyrical help from the audience and lots of improvisation.

During the couch session, Paul played a perfect rendition of "Crackle and Drag", with someone holding the lyrics for him, I think it was the first time I've heard it all the way thru with all the lyrics and wow. For everyone who has emailed me abotu how much they love this song and where/when they can get it, I did get the chance to pass along to the Powers That Be how much people love this song and hope it will be available soon.

The show ended with Paul perched precariously on a table on the stage, HOWLING out "Nevermind". All over but the shouting.







Bob Dylan 1991-04-23 Fox Theater Atlanta, GA

Bob Dylan, 4/23/91, Atlanta, Fox Theater 2CDR

LB-632, (46min +39min), good to very good sound

drop d2t2 3:26


1 New Morning 2 Lay Lady Lay 3 All Along The Watchtower 4 The Man In Me 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Wiggle Wiggle 7 Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic w band) 8 One Too Many Mornings (acoustic w band) 9 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (acoustic w band) 10 Bob Dylan's Dream (acoustic w band)


1 Everything Is Broken 2 Man In The Long Black Coat 3 Highway 61 Revisited 4 Under The Red Sky 5 I Shall Be Released 6 Like A Rolling Stone 7 Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic w band) 8 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 



The McCoury Boys 2002-01-04 Lynagh's Lexington, KY

The McCoury Boys featuring Jeff White
January 4, 2002
Lexington, KY

source: Schoeps mk4 (ORTF) > kcy > VMS 5U > Sony SBM-1 > Sony D8 (48k)
transfer: Sony D8, master > SPDIF > Tascam HD-P2 (16/48)
lineage: 16/48 wav > Sound Studio > xACT > flac (16/44)
mics clamped to sbd structure, 5.5' high, 25' from stage, center

Set 1 (57 minutes)
d1t01 Intro
d1t02 Heartbreak Town
d1t03 I Won
d1t05 Somebody's Gonna Pay
d1t06 I Got My Future On Ice
d1t07 Orange Blossom Special
d1t08 Sometimes Sleep Closes These Eyes
d1t09 Blue Trail Of Sorrow
d1t10 Baltimore Johnny
d1t11 Evangeline
d1t12 Rich Gal
d1t13 What A Waste Of Good Corn Liquor
d1t14 Our Love Never Dies
d1t16 Back To Old Kentucky

Set 2 (86 minutes)
d2t01 Intro
d2t02 Molly And Tenbrooks
d2t03 Six Days On The Road
d2t04 Hold Watcha Got
d2t06 Wild Bill Jones
d2t07 Delia's Gone
d2t08 Cliffs By The Sea
d2t09 Dawg-Gone
d2t10 True Lie
d2t11 Full House
d2t12 Another Place Another Time
d3t01 Backup And Push
d3t02 Lonesome Wind
d3t03 Body And Soul
d3t04 The Little Lies
d3t05 The Last Steam Engine Train
d3t06 The Graveyard Shift
d3t07 Walk Out In The Rain
d3t08 Likes Of Me
d3t09 Used To Be (1)
d3t10 Last Call
d3t11 Shady Grove

(1) with Amy Baker  


Marshall Crenshaw Pre Warners Demos


Marshall Crenshaw

Pre Warners Demos

Recorded 1980-1981

A Panda remaster for dime


1.  Never Gonna Happen Again

2.  Communication 1

3.  We Belong Together

4.  This is The Love

5.  She's Not Mine Anymore 1

6.  Somebody Like You

7.  Now I've Got You

8.  She Can't Dance

9.  Not For Me

10.  Brand New Lover

11.  Communication 2 (probably same recording as above)

12.  I'll Do Anything

13.  Rockin' Around in NYC (version 2--not the same as 9 Volt Years version)

14.  Soldier of Love

15.  For Her Love

16.  Something's Gonna Happen (version 2--not the same as 9 Volt Years version)

17.  Mary Anne

18.  The Usual Thing

19.  There She Goes Again

20.  Cynical Girl

21.  She's Not Mine Anymore 2

For those of you looking for 'It's Only A Movie', it's on the Get Crazy OST.  Yes, they used Marshall's demo.

Wow, what a long journey.  A few people have asked me about this, I seeded it years ago somewhere else before Marshall issued the 9 Volt collection and the 2 cd first album.

The cassette was lost and the cd I kept broke.  I could not find it on my hd.

Finally years later, I found the stuff on my hd.  I had done the re-eq work to make them listenable, but nothing else.  I fixed the speed so they sound like Marshall singing instead of a chipmunk.

Put it on my portable hd.  Just in time to avoid my hd crash last week.  This stuff must have had a curse on it.

General comments:  all the versions of this come from the same crappy tape source, I'm sure.  The first 3 songs are worse than the rest and if you listen closely, you can tell theses tracks came from

different sessions.  My personal opinion was that the first 9 or 10 tunes were one session and the most of rest were done later, but he put in some tracks that were recorded earlier.




Mark Knopfler 2015-05-15 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland

Mark Knopfler - Tracker Tour, Dublin 2015-05-15
Recorded at 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland May 15, 2015
First concert of the Tracker Tour

Professional Soundboard Recording - Perfect Sound Quality


[01] Broken Bones [05:44]
[02] Corned Beef City [06:27]
[03] Privateering [06:48]
[04] Father And Son / Hill Farmer's Blues [10:01]
[05] Kingdom Of Gold  (with Ruth Moody on backing vocals) [07:25]
[06] Skydiver (with Ruth Moody on backing vocals)  [05:29]
[07] Laughs And Jokes And Drinks And Smokes  (live premiere) [07:45]
[08] I Used To Could (Nigel Hitchcock on sax) [04:21]
[09] Romeo And Juliet (Nigel Hitchcock on sax) [09:18]
[10] Sultans Of Swing [07:37]
[11] Mighty Man [05:53]
[12] Postcards From Paraguay [08:20]
[13] Marbletown [11:58]
[14] Speedway At Nazareth [06:51]
[15] Telegraph Road [15:42]
[16] So Far Away [05:07]
[17] Our Shangri-La [08:51]
[18] Wherever I Go  (with Ruth Moody on vocals and Nigel Hitchcock on sax) [06:45]
[19] Going Home: Theme Of The Local Hero  (Nigel Hitchcock on sax)  [06:07]




Mark Knopfler 2015-05-16 Manchester Arena Manchester, Eng.

MARK KNOPFLER - Manchester, England May 16th 2015 (Excellent Soundboard Recording)

Manchester Arena
Manchester, England
May 16th 2015

Excellent Soundboard Recording

SOURCE FOR THIS TORRENT: FLAC Download (48,000) from Russian Tracker > TLH >
Soundforge PRO 10c (Resample to 41,000) > TLH (Fix SBEs) > FLAC Level 8 > ffp


JTT, May 23rd 2015 





Lucero 2013-05-05 Beale Street Music Festival Memphis, TN

Beale Street Music Festival
Bud Light Stage
Tom Lee Park
Memphis, TN
May 5, 2013

** 16 BIT **

Source:  Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter, position unknown (most likely @ 80hz, middle setting) > Edirol R-09 @ 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 6.0.18 (tagging)
Location:  Just outside the right front corner of the soundboard cage
Recorded by:  Steve "ballsdeep" Hagar
Mastered by:  Dennis Orr

01 Opening Comments & Intro
02 That Much Further West
03 On My Way Downtown
04 Nights Like These
05 Kiss The Bottle
06 All The Same To Me
07 Women & Work
08 Texas & Tennessee
09 Chat & Tuning
10 The Other Side Of Lonesome
11 Ain't So Lonely
12 Breathless Love
13 Chat & Tuning
14 My Best Girl
15 Like Lightning
16 Rick's Boogie
17 Mom (1)
18 Chat
19 All Sewn Up
20 Sixes And Sevens
21 Tears Don't Matter Much

(1) Ben solo

Ben Nichols - lead vocals & guitar
John C. Stubblefield - bass
Brian Venable - guitar
Rick Steff - piano, organ, accordion
Todd Beene - pedal steel
Roy Berry - drums
Scott Thompson - trumpet
Jim Spake - saxophone

Show Notes:
What's not to like about a hometown Memphis show from Lucero?

How about a weekend that started on Friday with setting a new low temperature record at the Memphis airport by 4F (new record: 36F, old record 40F).

It was cold, it was wet, it was windy.

So take that all into account before listening, though all things considered, it's not as bad as Gary Clark Jr. was 2 hours earlier, or The Black Crowes later at the same stage (Crowes: torrented, GCJr yet to be...all were filmed as well).

These guys were fun, and they've played the ski resort Alyeska for at least one if not two 3 night stands (about 40 miles south of Anchorage). A nice 70 minute (or so) next-to-headliner set (The Black Crowes were the final act on this stage this night).

Buy Dennis a shot of whiskey. He's the uploading machine! Plus, based on how much these guys drank onstage, it's probably necessary to comprehend where exactly they were coming from.

Or something like that...

Keep checking in, you never know what may drop next...

---ballsdeep OUT!!!

Mastering Notes:
Minor wind noise in places between songs and during quiet spots.


Tim O’Brien 1996-04-05 Acoustic Coffee House Nederland, CO

Tim O’Brien Charles Sawtelle & Tony Furtado

Recorded April 5, 1996
Acoustic Coffee House
Nederland, Colorado

Source: PreFM DAT
Transfer: DAT/m > Tascam DA-20 MKII > SPDIF > MacMini(Audacity) > IzotopeRX > Audacity > xACT(FLAC/TAG) 16/44.1
Taped by: Tom Plant
Transfer: DiGiHoArDeRs 2/22/17

01. Gold Watch and Chain
02. I’m Blue I’m Lonesome
03. Tune 1 (I Will Always Love You)
04. Soldier’s Joy
05. Baby Blue Eyes
06. Managua, Nicaragua
07. Old Leather Britches
08. The Hoe Down Polka
09. Think of What You’ve Done
10. The Stoney Creek
11. Man of Constant Sorrow
12. The Butcher’s Dog
13. I’m Walkin’ the Dog
14. Maggie’s Farm


Wednesday, May 12, 2021

The Last Waltz Band 2016-12-10 28th Annual Christmas Jam U.S. Cellular Center Asheville, NC

The Last Waltz Band
28th Annual Christmas Jam
U.S. Cellular Center
Asheville, NC

Source: Schoeps MK41's(DINa)> KCY 250/5 Ig> Schoeps VMS 5U> Sony PCM-M10 @ 24/48
Location: DFOB, LOC, 10' up
Lineage: M10>USB>PC>Wavelab6>CDwave>TLH>Foobar2000
Taper: John Bell

*A Team Dirty South Recording*

01. Intro
02. Up on Cripple Creek
03. The Shape I'm In
04. Stage Fright
05. Georgia on My Mind
06. The Weight *
07. Ophelia
08. It Makes No Difference
09. Helpless **
10. Mannish Boy ^
11. Further on Up the Road ^
12. King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
13. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Warren Haynes
Michael McDonald
Don Was
Jamey Johnson
John Medeski
Terence Higgins

* w/ Bob Weir, Alison Krauss
** w/ Alison Krauss
^ w/ Smoky Greenwell, Bob Margolin





Keller Williams 2015-03-27 Track 29 Chattanooga, TN

keller williams (solo)
track 29
chattanooga, tn

one set (1:42:03)

01- ? >
02- the drop >
03- you were always there (where are you now?)
04- she rolls >
05- shakedown street
06- apparition
07- dance
08- this must be the place
09- i am elvis
10- making it rain
11- focus on the bass
12- mary jane
13- last dance with mary jane > breakdown > last dance with mary jane
14- boob job

source: km184(din)>v2>sd702(24/96) fob, dfc ~7.5' up - by john m
transfer: cf card>audiogate(16/44.1)>cdwave>tlh(flac8) by john m

thanks to keller and track 29 for being taper friendly!  support venues and artists that support tapers!








Justin Currie 2014-09-19 Jammin Java Vienna, VA


Justin Currie 

September 19, 2014 

Jammin Java 

Vienna, VA


Lostbrook 2.0 Volume 68

Source: CA-14(cards)>CA-9200>Sony M10(24/48)

Location: 25' from stage, slightly right of center 

Transfer: Micro SDHC>PC>Sound Forge 9.0(normalize, resample, dither, track)>

WAV 16/44.1>Trader's Little Helper>FLAC(level 8) 

Taper/Transfer: Lostbrook

Covers:  ethiessen1

Disc 1:

01 Every Song's The Same (2:26)

02 What Is Love For? (3:25)

03 Food For Songs (3:40)

04 Priscilla (2:14)

05 Fred Partington's Daughter (4:44)

06 Driving With The Brakes On (5:08)

07 I Hate Myself For Loving You (3:34)

08 Whiskey Remorse (3:31)

09 Into A Pearl (3:38)

10 Sleep Instead Of Teardrops (4:01)

11 Half Of Me (3:36)

12 Always The Last To Know (3:37)

13 Everyone I Love (4:01)

Disc 2:

14 This Side Of The Morning (4:22)

15 Just Like A Man (4:30)

16 Move Away Jimmy Blue (5:04)

17 Tell Her This (3:33)

18 Falsetto (5:34)


19 My Soul Is Stolen (2:33)

20 Be My Downfall (5:28)

21 Little Stars (4:20)

22 No, Surrender (8:14)

Justin Currie:  vocals, guitars, keyboards, effects

Stuart Nisbet: guitar, lap-steel, backing vocals

I bought a ticket for this show because I wanted to see the opening act, The Mastersons (see Vol 69).  I had no idea who Justin Currie was, and after a bit of research, I only slightly recognized the name Del Amitri. I knew I didn't have time to learn the entire Del Amitri catalogue, so I wisely purchased Justin Currie's latest CD "Lower Reaches" and was probably one of the few people at the show that knew these songs well.  On the other hand, there were plenty of songs the audience instantly recognized that I was hearing for the first time. This is not a common experience for me, and I have to admit that it added some excitement to be the outsider looking in.  It was even more exciting to have discovered such a brilliant singer-songwriter by random luck.  My only complaint about the show is that there was a little too much reverb added to the vocals.     








Justin Currie 2014-01-07 Moments Bremen, Germany

 Justin Currie
Bremen, Germany

01 Food For Songs (Justin Currie)
02 Priscilla (Justin Currie)
03 Just Like A Man (Justin Currie, Iain Harvie)
04 Into A Pearl (Justin Currie)
05 Sleep Instead Of Teardrops (Justin Currie)
06 Always The Last To Know (Justin Currie)
07 Everyone I Love (Justin Currie)
08 Kiss This Thing Goodbye (Justin Currie, Harvie, Slaven)
09 Half Of Me (Justin Currie)
10 Falsetto (Justin Currie)
11 I Hate Myself For Loving You (Justin Currie)
12 Driving With The Brakes On (Justin Currie)
13 Nothing Ever Happens (Justin Currie)
14 This Side Of The Morning (Justin Currie)
15 Tell Her This (Justin Currie)
16 Move Away Jimmy Blue (Justin Currie, Iain Harvie)
17 Little Star (Justin Currie)
18 No, Surrender (Justin Currie)
19 Whiskey Remorse (Justin Currie)
20 Be My Downfall (Justin Currie)

Justin Currie - Stuart Nisbet

min  86:34

FM (analog cable) - Audacity - xACT

in concert: Pop & Jazz

Support the artists by buying their records.




Johnny Cash 1996-09-24 Lied Center, Univ. of Kansas Lawrence, KS

Johnny Cash w/ June Carter Cash
Lied Center, Univ. of Kansas
Lawrence, KS
Sept. 24, 1996

Sony D-6 w/ Sonic Studios>Master Cassette>Creative>CDR>EAC>FLAC

I made a few copies of this for my friends, but this is the first time it has been transferred to CDR and circulated.

I will provide sound samples. Although it could be a little louder, it is a decent recording. The room is a typical college performing arts hall with real high ceilings, so you can tell that in the sound. Recorded from very near the center, center orchestra section, 16th row (which is farther back than it sounds, but well in front of the board. So, it sounds like you were there, but has more hall sound than I'd like.

This was Johnny's last great tour. I saw him the following year and he no longer looked strong and well, nor did he sing nearly as well.

If I were downloading this show, I'd consider skipping tracks 21 through 32, and the last track. Then it would fit on one disc and, honestly, leave you with the best part of the show. Something to think about.

I apologize, but I don't know the names of the band members. I also deliberately did not record John Carter Cash's agonizingly painful mini-set, only the song he sang with his dad.

I'm not that familiar with the names of all the songs, so I did what I could.

1 Intro>Walk the line theme
2. Folsom Prison blues
3. Get Rhythm
4. Sunday morning comin' down
5  Ghost riders in the sky
6. Bury me not on the lone prairie
7. These hands?
8. Ring of fire
9. I've got Jesus in my soul
10. Johnny talks
11 Walk the line
12. Rowboat
13. I never picked cotton
14 Rusty Cage
15. Southern Accent (5 secs of crowd noise cut for close yelling)
16 Unchained
17. Big river
18 Paradise (with Johny Carter Cash)
At this part I shut off the deck as not to waste tape on John Carter Cash. As a friend
described the horror, "It was like watching someone discover masturbation."
19. Goin' to California? (not led zep)
20. If I have been untrue?
21. Intro of June Carter>Jackson
22. If I were a carpenter (Johnny Exits after this song)
23. June Carter rambles endlessly #1 (6:11 of yada yada)
24. wabash cannonball*June Carter only
25. church in the valley/vale?*
26 You gotta walk it by yourself?*
27. Say that you love me again?
28. June Carter Yada Yada #2 (no music)
29. Wildflower*
30. June Carter Yada Yada #3 (no music)
31. Back in my rock 'n'roll years*
32. Will the circle be unbroken* (band also sings [could be johnny?)
33. Daddy sang Bass (Johnny is back!)[june finally exits after this]
34. Boy Named Sue
35. Walkoff theme, Johnny exits, no singing




Johnny Cash 1980-05-00 Marriott’s Great America Gurnee, Illinois

Marriott’s Great America
Gurnee, Illinois
May 1980
Radio broadcast of the first eight songs

1. WMAQ Intro
2. Folsom Prison Blues
3. A Boy Named Sue
4. Sunday Morning Coming Down
5. Ring Of Fire
6. I’m Just An Old Chunk Of Coal
7. Why Me
8. Band introductions
9. Song Of The Patriot
10. Earl Ball instrumental (cut)
-- end of broadcast --

An audience recording of one of Cash’s other shows at Marriott’s Great America in Gurnee, IL was shared here some time ago. We don’t have the exact date for this one. But since Cash talks about his shows here the next days, probably this one is from May 24?

The concert was broadcast live by WMAQ in Chicago - but it seems unlikely that they recorded more than these eight songs. Sometimes (as with the BBC broadcasts of the 1980 Portsmouth show and the 1981 Wembley show) the radio station would edit the recording down to a 30 minutes set with songs from various parts of the show, but this time they simply broadcast the first half an hour of the show.

Folsom Prison Blues and A Boy Named Sue suffers from some static noise, which returns towards the end of Song Of The Patriot. 


Power Station 1996-12-05 Club Quattro Nagoya, Japan

Power Station - Club Quattro, Nagoya, Japan, 5th Dec. 1996

Audience Recording

Transfer(Lineage): AUD > ? > Trade (CD-R) > Me > Exact Audio Copy > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > Dime > You

01. Murderess
02. Notoriety
03. She can Rock It
04. Dope
05. Simply Irresistible
06. Hot Pants Hot Pants
07. Go To Zero
08. Every Kinda People Double Fun
09. Scared
10. Life Forces
11. Harvest For The World
12. Power Trippin'
13. Living In Fear
14. Bad Case Of Loving You Secrets
15. Some Like It Hot
16. Tell Me Something Good Rags To Rufus
17. Addicted To Love 




Living Colour 1993-05-05 Warfield Theater San Francisco

Living Colour
Warfield Theater
San Francisco


Quality B++

Leave It Alone
Funny Vibe
Go Away
Middle Man
Love Rears Its Ugly Head
Cult of  Personality
Elvis Is Dead
Time's Up
Memories Can't Wait
Mind Your Own Business
Three Little Pigs


Grateful Mahalo - Bill Kreutzmann's 75th Birthday Pa'ina 2021-05-08 Anini Beach Private Residence Kilauea, Kaua'i, HI(w/Billy Strings)

Billy & The Kids for Bill's 75th Birthday Pa'ina
Anini Beach Private Residence
Kilauea, Kaua'i HI

Source: LIVE Stream via the WWW > Sound Forge 12 "Record What You Hear"
Transfer: .WAV 16-48.0 > FLAC 16-44.1
Keywords: Bill Kreutzmann; Billy & the Kids; Billy's 75th Birthday
Recorded by Jay H. Taylor for Zann Taylor
Transferred for MAKU (Music Archive Kaua'i Unlimited)

01 China Cat Sunflower > Thunder
02 Eyes Of the World >  Sitting in Limbo
03 Been All Around This World
04 Loser
05 U.S. Blues
06 Tangled Up In Blue
07 Cassidy > Bird Song > Dark Star > Franklin's Tower > Dark Star > Bird Song
08 Midnight Moonlight > Brokedown Palace

Set 2 Starts at Track 06

The Band:
Aron Magner – Keyboards, Vocals
Bill Kreutzmann – Drums
Billy Strings - Lead Guitar, Vocals
James Casey - Sax
Reed Mathis – Bass, Vocals
Tom Hamilton – Guitar, Vocals


Grateful Mahalo - Bill Kreutzmann's 75th Birthday Pa'ina 2021-05-07 Anini Beach Private Residence Kilauea, Kaua'i, HI(w/Billy Strings)

Grateful Mahalo - Bill Kreutzmann's 75th Birthday Pa'ina
Anini Beach Private Residence
Kilauea, Kaua'i, HI

Source: LIVE Stream via the WWW > Sound Forge 12 "Record What You Hear"
Transfer: .WAV 16-48.0 > FLAC 16-44.1
Keywords: Bill Kreutzmann; Billy & the Kids; Billy's 75th Birthday
Recorded by Jay H. Taylor for Zann Taylor
Transferred for MAKU (Music Archive Kaua'i Unlimited)

01 Half-Step Mississippi Uptown Toodeloo
02 Deal
03 Jack-A-Roe
04 Crazy Fingers > Back On The Train > Let It Grow
05 Help on the Way > Slipknot > Deep Ellem Blue > Slipknot > Wharf Rat
06 Truckin' > Dear Mister Fantasy

Set 2 Starts at Track 05

Billy and the Kids:
Aron Magner – Keyboards, Vocals
Bill Kreutzmann – Drums
Billy Strings - Lead Guitar, Vocals
James Casey - Sax
Reed Mathis – Bass, Vocals
Tom Hamilton – Guitar, Vocals





Bob Dylan 1991-04-21 Memorial Auditorium Greenville, SC

Memorial Auditorium

Greenville, South Carolina

21 April 1991

Cass Master>Dat>Tascam Deck used to clone
file in Microtrack>Goldwave tracking>TLH8

this was taped by someone who did so under
my encouragemnt back in the day. he sent me
his cassette so I could put on dat a few years
later, in exchange for some stuff. I may have
sent him a Sony mic to record this but cant say
for sure. Its been some time.

A Dolphinsmile Production
Producer Dolphinsmile
Tape Inspector Dolphinsmile
for the Dolphinsmile Archive

1.   New Morning
2.   Lay Lady Lay
3.   All Along The Watchtower
4.   The Man In Me
5.   Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
6.   Wiggle Wiggle

7.   Mr. Tambourine Man
8.   One Too Many Mornings
9.   Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
10.  Bob Dylan's Dream

11.   Everything Is Broken
12.   Man In The Long Black Coat
13.   Seeing The Real You At Last
14.   Under The Red Sky
15.   I Shall Be Released
16.   Like A Rolling Stone

17.   Blowin' In The Wind
18.   Highway 61 Revisited (last minute cut)


The Strypes 2013-05-16 The Nerve Centre Derry

The Strypes
The Nerve Centre; Derry 16th May 2013

Taper : Johnky

Rig : NTL Box Digital Satelite Reciever > Edirol R09-HR > SD CARD > Sound Forge 6.0 > WAV > FLAC > YOU

Length : 27.34

01. Mystery Man
02. She's So Fine
03. What The People Don't See
04. Perfect Storm
05. Hometown Girls
06. Blue Collar Jane
07. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover
08. CC Rider
09. Heart of the City




Little Steven w/ Bruce Springsteen 2017-05-27 Count Basie Theatre Red Bank, NJ

LITTLE STEVEN and The Disciples of Soul
Guest: Bruce Springsteen
Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank, New Jersey
May 27th 2017

FM Broadcast

Downloaded from EL (Thanks to Original Uploader)

This Torrent: Downloaded Flacs > TLH > Soundforge PRO 10c * > FLAC Level 8

* Fix Levels in Track 01, Retrack Full Show

19. IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME (with Bruce Springsteen)
20. TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT (with Bruce Springsteen)
21. I DON'T WANT TO GO HOME (with Bruce Springsteen)
22. CAN I GET A WITNESS (with Bruce Springsteen)

JTT May 31st 2017


Johnny Cash 1985-03-29 Billy Bob's Fort Worth, TX

 Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Venue: Billy Bob's
Time: 3-29-1985

Audience recording

To celebrate our first week of this forum, here is a little known show from the Lone Star State, the venue is Billy Bob's - a place that seems to gather a noisy crowd at times, but the guy who taped this show knew how to do it. So lets give our thanks to him.

But something tells me that this version is incomplete, so if you have a longer one.....
Or if you know the complete set list, please post that in our known recordings forum. Anyway, this is a good show, and while the set list may be pretty standard for 1985, its an inspired performance, and definitely worth it.

So, come on folks, I bet some of you went to this show - what was it like, and how does this recording reflect it?

Set List:

1. Intro
2. Ring of Fire
3. Folsom Prison Blues
4. Sunday Morning Coming Down
5. Any Old Wind That Blows
6. Remember the Alamo
7. Why Me Lord
8. Here Comes That Rainbow Again
9. Paradise
10. One Piece at a Time
11. Instrumental (Earl Ball)
12. Big River
13. Five Feet High And Risin'
14. I Still Miss Someone
15. (Ghost) Riders in the Sky
16. If I Were a Carpenter (with June Carter)
17. Jackson (with June Carter)
18. Will The Circle be Unbroken (June Carter)
19. Wreck of The Old '97
20. Were You There
21. I'll Fly Away
22. Casey Jones
23. Orange Blossom Special
24. I Walk The Line





James Taylor 1974-07-16 Carnegie Hall New York City, NY

James Taylor
Carnegie Hall
New York City

1. You Can Close Your Eyes
2. Riding on a Railroad
3. Blossom/band intro
4. Long Ago & Far Away
5. How Sweet It Is
6. You've Got a Friend
7. Promised Land
8. Let It All Fall Down
9. Brighten Your Night With My Day
10. One Man Parade
11. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
12. Fire and Rain
13. Mockingbird*
14. Ain't No Song
15. Sweet Baby James

* w/Carly Simon


Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Warren Zevon 1990-08-27 Guthrie Theater Minneapolis, MN


August 27, 1990
Guthrie Theater
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Source: SBD > DAT
Transfer: ASI DAT 16/32 > Tascam DA-20 mkII > Digital Optical > MacMini(Audacity) > xACT(FLAC/TAG) 16/441
W&A Transfer/Processing: Matthew Hernandez  4/6/15





Warren Haynes 2015-09-26 Vic Theater Chicago, IL

Warren Haynes Ft. The Ashes & Dust Band
Chicago, IL
Vic Theater

A ChicagoBlues recording 

Schoeps MK4's>Nbob actives>Nbox Platinum>Sony M10>24 48 SD Card>
HD>CDAV Splits dither 16 441>TLH>Flac8

MK4's were on a STCg Mounting Bar/ORTF on a clamp attached the the balcany rail.
Just LOC (Hillary Territory) The front of the balcony is about 20 feet FOB.

The Vic theater used to let tapers tape from the 2nd raised level on the floor. Not
this evening. Me and Gavin had to run up stairs to the 1st row balcany.

Special thanks to Gavin for the extra ticket.

01) Tough Mama (Bob Dylan cover)
02) Blue Sky  (The Allman Brothers Band song)
03) Patchwork Quilt  (Phil Lesh & Friends song)
04) Is It Me or You
05) Company Man
06) Wanderlust
07) Dusk Till Dawn  (The Allman Brothers Band song)
08) Coal Tattoo
09) Stranded in Self Pity
10) You Ain't Goin' Nowhere  (Bob Dylan cover)
11) Ophelia   (The Band cover)
12) Skin It Back   (Little Feat cover) (>)
13) Instrumental Illness   (The Allman Brothers Band song) (>)
14) Drums
15) Beat Down the Dust(>)
16) Spots of Time   (The Allman Brothers Band song)
17) Applause>Band intros
18) Angel Band  (>)
19) Soulshine (The Allman Brothers Band song)
20) Get Behind the Mule (Tom Waits cover)
21) Jessica   (The Allman Brothers Band song)

Warren Haynes
Jeff Sipe
Matt Menefee
Ross Holmes
Royal Masat 

Do not buy or sell this recording. Share and trade it freely
Do not convert these files to any lossy format.
Do not make any changes to the files

Do support Warren, see him live and buy his music and merchandise
Do support ChessBoxer Buy their music and see them live.

Do record a blues show. puleeez. You think Im Kiding? Try me
Do help a fellow man in need. Give them money and food.


Wang Chung 2015-07-30 The Canyon Club Agoura Hills, CA

Wang Chung
The Canyon Club
Agoura Hills, CA
July 30, 2015

Source info:
AT831 cards(3-wire)>AT8536x>Naiant Tinybox(P48)>Sony PCM-M10(24/96)>Adobe Audition CS6(normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1)>CD Wave Editor 1.96>TLH>Flac

Taper: David Sell (Falconidave)
Location: Balcony rail DFC
Sound Quality: Excellent


01. The Wait
02. Fire in the Twighlight
03. Space Junk
04. Rent Free
05. Star Gazing
06. Don't Let Go
07. To Live and Die in L.A.
08. Let's Go
09. Dance Hall Days
10. Everybody Have Fun Tonight
11. She Was Just 17


I'm not ashamed to admit that I love this band! They flat out friggin' rock! I saw them a couple years ago and was blown away. Tonight was no exception, they were tight and energetic! If you listen carefully between the first few songs you'll get to hear Gary Busey hootin' and hollerin'. Apparently he's a big fan of the band. He was in the booth next to us with his girlfriend and tour manager.

Jack Hues - vocals, guitars
Nick Feldman - vocals, bass guitar
?? - drums
?? - keyboards

As always, NEVER for sale, trade freely, and always support the artists' commercial endeavors.


Bob Dylan 1991-04-20 Oak Mountain Ampitheater Pelham, AL

Bob Dylan, 4/20/91, Pelham, 2CDR

LB-822, (47min+42min), excellent sound, some occasional background crowd, downloaded from a.b.m.s.d 1/03; ( a very close eac match was bittorrented 5/05 as "Taper: MJS, Source: cdr>cddae>flac")


1 New Morning 2 Lay Lady Lay 3 All Along The Watchtower 4 The Man In Me 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Wiggle Wiggle 7 The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll (acoustic w band) 8 Gates Of Eden (acoustic w band) 9 Barbara Allen (acoustic w band) 10 Bob Dylan's Dream (acoustic)


1 Everything Is Broken 2 Positively 4th Street 3 Highway 61 Revisited 4 Under The Red Sky 5 I Shall Be Released 6 Like A Rolling Stone 7 Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic w band) 8 Maggie's Farm  




Bob Dylan 1991-04-19 Saenger Theater New Orleans, LA

New Orleans, Louisiana
Saenger Theater

19 April 1991

01 - New Morning
02 - Lay Lady Lay
03 - All Along The Watchtower
04 - The Man In Me
05 - Gotta Serve Somebody
06 - Wiggle Wiggle
07 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
08 - Trail Of The Buffalo (trad. arr. Woody Guthrie)
09 - Desolation Row
10 - Bob Dylan's Dream
11 - Everything Is Broken
12 - Man In The Long Black Coat
13 - Seeing The Real You At Last
14 - Shooting Star
15 - I Shall Be Released
16 - Like A Rolling Stone
17 - Blowin' In The Wind
18 - Maggie's Farm

Concert # 285 of The Never-Ending Tour.  
First concert of the 1991 USA Spring Tour. 1991 concert # 22.
First concert with the 5th Never-Ending Tour band:
        Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
        John Jackson (guitar),
        Tony Garnier (bass),
        Ian Wallace (drums).

8  Bob Dylan (guitar & vocal), John Jackson (guitar).
7, 9, 10, 17 acoustic with the band.
1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, 16, 17  Bob Dylan harmonica.
18  Jo-El Sonnier (accordion).

- A song we recorded right here! (after Everything Is Broken).

Stereo audience recording, 85 minutes.

LB-00860 ; 44min+37min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B+
4/19/91 New Orleans

MJS Master
very good to excellent sound, downloaded from a.b.m.s.d. 2/03, brief loud talking t13;

(a bittorrent from 10/08 has matching md5 file;
described with this information plus "Transfer :Master (DAT or Cass) > Direct transfer w/o DAE > SHN;
- I got this show with no .txt info file;
- What the guy i traded this from said is he got it directly from the taper as SHN;
He noted the source of the show as "MSJ Master"" with filenames like "bobdylan1991-04-19d1t01.shn" )
abrupt start/cut on t10 missing about 5 seconds; has small drops near track boundaries
1 New Morning 2 Lay Lady Lay 3 All Along The Watchtower 4 The Man In Me 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Wiggle Wiggle 7 Don't Think Twice, It's All Right (acoustic w band) 8 Trail Of The Buffalo (acoustic w band) 9 Desolation Row (acoustic w band) 10 Bob Dylan's Dream (acoustic w band)

11 Everything Is Broken 12 Man In The Long Black Coat 13 Seeing The Real You At Last 14 Shooting Star 15 I Shall Be Released 16 Like A Rolling Stone 17 Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic w band) 18 Maggie's Farm

Very good to excellent sound, MJS Master, downloaded from a.b.m.s.d. 2/03, brief loud talking t13

abrupt start/cut on t10 missing about 5 seconds; has small drops near track boundaries

Transfer :      Master (DAT or Cass) > Direct transfer w/o DAE > SHN

- I got this show with no .txt info file.
- What the guy i traded this from said is he got it directly from the taper as SHN. He noted
the source of the show as "MSJ Master".



John Lee Hooker 1973-07-00 Walrus Tavern Seattle, WA.

John Lee Hooker
Walrus Tavern
Seattle, WA.
July 1973

KOL-FM broadcast 8/5/73 FMMR (Stan Gutoski)> R (Sony PR-150-Taperpat). Burned to CD 12/07 (Revox A-77>Phillips 785). There are someinherent drops in reception in this recording.

Thanks again to Taperpat for providing this recording and to the original taper Stan G.
Enjoy the show, twofthrs

Set List:
1. route 66
2. have you ever loved a woman
3. i got my mojo workin'
4. jlh intro> you're gonna be sorry
5. boom, boom
6. i love you, i need you
7. boogie

The Walrus was a great little tavern near Green Lake that featured the touring Jazz & Blues acts of the early 70's (Larry Coryell, Johnny Otis, Buddy Guy) as well as some of the local bands such as Sledge Hammer (w/ Rich Dangel) and Jr. Cadillac.


a reseed
thnx to Taperpat & twofthrs
It all works





Bruce Springsteen w/ Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers 2015-07-18 The Wonder Bar Asbury Park, NJ

UMT Presents
Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers and Eddie 'Kingfish' Manion
with surprise guest Bruce Springsteen
The Wonder Bar
Asbury Park NJ USA
July 18 2015

audience recording
CA-11's > Sony PCM-M10 > Audacity > CD Wav >tlh

1. intro by Tom Cunningham 105.7 The Hawk
2. Everything's Going To Work Out Right
3. Have A Good Time (But Get Out Alive)
4. East Carson Street
5. Never Be Enough Time
6. Adam Raised A Cain
7. Darkness On The Edge of Town
8. Racing In The Street
9. Chain Smokin'
10. Talking To The King
11. Save My Love
12. Frankie Fell In Love
13. Atlantic City
14. Pumpin' Iron
15. Code of Silence
16. Because The Night
17. The Promised Land
18. Pink Cadillac
19. Light of Day

Bruce Springsteen - guitar, harmonica
Joe Grushecky - guitar
Eddie "Kingfish' Manion - saxophone
Art Nardini - bass
Joe Pelesky - keyboards
Joffo Simmons - drums
Danny Gochnour - guitar
Johnny Grushecky - guitar




Rush 2015-05-28 Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC




IEM Sources(3):  Neil Peart, Geddy Lee, Sound mix/Alex>
Multitrack recorder(48/24)>SD card>Hard drive
Adobe Audition 3.0 to edit, cut tracks and mix
Recorded at 48/24 to 44/16 to FLAC
FLAC (Traders Little Helper)/FFP> torrent (share)


Rush used three different setlists for this tour.  I felt that this night's setlist was the best. The band was tight, the sound was amazing and the show spectacular.

Geddy's voice was without strain and Neil/Alex on fire.

I was able to arrive early an record most, if not all of the soundcheck.  As far as I know this is the FIRST ever known capture of "Losing It" live.  The song debuted in Toronto, but this show was much earlier.  Please enjoy the first ever live capture of it.

The Matrix is a three STEREO source of Geddy, Neil, and a mix with emphasis of Alex.  Steve pulled off a "hat trick" in mixing.  I can't stop listening to this recording.

In the 40 years of this band there are many good/great audience recordings, as well as soundboards (both liberated and hoarded).  This recording is one that cannot be held down.  I wanted to wait until the band released their official version before I liberated this show.  I am extremely pleased with the result.

I have been a member of Dime for many years and received many great recordings and always felt the need to repay for such generosity.  To thak I say thank you.

Special shout out to Steve7711 for his work making three sources sound strong as one, and others who I will leave nameless.  You know who you are.

I had to make an equipment decision at the beginning of "Far Cry" which affects the first 2-3 minutes of the song but it is not anything other than noticable.  The move I made affected the rest of the show is an extremely positive way.  The samples should be example enough.


Please be mindful of the band and do not sell, or trade this show for personal gain.  It is free to share.

Do not try to remix the show.  It has been hamemred enough to anything else will affect your result.

IEM recordings may not be your "thing".  Your comments will not alter nor detract from me choosing this style of recording.

Recording this way requires a lot of practice, expense and patience.  If you do not have the time, money, nor control, then don't do it.

Please don't convert to mp3, then back to wave, and then trade it around. This stuff is too easy to find on torrents now.

Please do not attempt to remaster/remix this recording and spread it around. This has been heavily processed, and if you want to do your own mix, go get the wireless recordings (good luck) and do it yourself from scratch.

Also, please don't torrent on other sites without at least dropping me a line and asking. I may want to just torrent it there myself. Please ask (and wait for permission!) before putting it into any matrix + video. If you ask nicely, I will likely say “yes”.


This show is an alternative to my friend ottomustaine's audience recording of the same show found here

SETLIST (02:57:40)

01 The World Is...INTRO 1
31 SOUNDCHECK- LOSING IT (First known Recording Live)


The Strypes 2017-06-16 Spitting Image Launch Party Thomas House Dublin, Ireland


The Strypes
Spitting Image Launch Party
Early Show
Thomas House
Thomas Street
16th June 2017

CA14s(cards)>CA9200>R09HR>Adobe Audtion>cdwav>tlh>you

Taped by Kagee, Kagee Jnr & Teppei From Japan
Transferred by Kagee

01 Intro
02 Behind Closed Doors
03 Easy Riding
04 I Need A Break From Holidays
05 Black Shades Over Red Eyes
06 Grin & Bear It
07 Garden Of Eden
08 Get Into It
09 Great Expectations
10 Oh Cruel World
11 Scum Bag City

The first of 2 shows tonight by the Strypes to celebrate the release of their new album - Spitting Image.

This was the all ages show with most of the attendees gaining entry via a lottery on Facebook. The later
show at 9pm was on a first come, first served basis.

I attended this one with my son and our new Japanese friend Teppei.

A short but energetic set comprised of a mainly new tunes with a couple of older tunes thrown in.

This one turned out pretty good - nice up front sound. Taped from Pete's side so the bass is
fairly prominent - a good thing in my opinion.

This one will fit on one disc.

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

Enjoy the show.



Shooter Jennings 2009-10-24 9:30 Club Washington, D.C.

Shooter Jennings
24 October 2009
9:30 Club
Washington, D.C.

Source: AKG 480/ck61 > Audio Magic Hyper Conductor XLR > Edirol R-44 (24/48)
Location: Tapers' section, aligned with left stack
Transfer: R-44 > iMac. Tracked and dithered via Sound Studio, FLAC via xACT

Recorded by Alex Leary (

One disc


-- Three bands on bill: Earl Greyhound opened, Mofro followed and Shooter Jennings closed.

1. Last Light Radio
2. Wake Up!
3. California Via Tennessee
4. Gone To Carolina
5. Steady At The Wheel
6. The Breaking Point
7. God Bless Alabama / Manifesto No. 2
8. When The Radio Goes Dead
9. Don't Feed The Animals
11. All Of This Could Have Been Yours
12. Everything Else Is Illusion
13. Black Ribbons
14. Electric Rodeo
15. Daddy's Farm




Shooter Jennings & The 357's 2007-03-xx Canal Club Richmond, VA

Shooter Jennings & The 357's 2007-03-xx Canal Club 03-2007 (FLAC)

Set List:
1- Intro
2- Electric Rodeo
3- Gone To Carolina
4- Little White Lines
5= Solid Country Gold
6- Some Rowdy Women
7- The Song's Still Slippin' Away
8- Outlaw Women
9- Manifesto # 2
10- Fourth Of July
11- Lonesome, Ornery and Mean
12- Steady At The Wheel
13- Alligator Chomp
14- Bad Magik
15- Aviators
16- Manifesto # 1
17- It Ain't Easy
18- Busted In Baylor County
19- Daddy's Farm
20- Sweet Savannah
21- Southern Comfort

Source: SBD > Sony DAT > PC Digital Coax Input > WAV > CDWav > APE > FLAC with Trader's Little Helper > Torrent /Checksums with Trader's Little Helper

Band Members:

Shooter Jennings – Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards
Leroy Powell – Lead Guitar & Vocals
Ted Russell Kamp – Bass
Bryan Keeling – Drums

Comments: This is a show I downloaded courtesy of the Yahoo Shooter Jennings Group.
It shows Shooter in the midst of his run with the 357's. Even though Shooter has moved to a more alt-rock sound lately, this show is a riot of Southern Country Rock-n-Roll. Waylon would have been PROUD!!

ENJOY! Any more info on this show would be welcome.





Seven Nations 2000-04-25 Florida Theatre Jacksonville, FL

Seven Nations
Florida Theatre Jacksonville, FL

Sony D8 > Core Sound Cardiods > CD Wave > NeroCd burner > Mitsui disk

Recently EAC > TLH flac


disk 1


disk 2



Monday, May 10, 2021

Steve Earle Cover Town, Vol. 4


Cover Town, Vol. 4

Years ago I made 3 compilations of live songs written by other artists, performed by Steve Earle. Finally I have enough material for a 4th compilation.

From the original text that came with volume 1:

" While Steve Earle is known primarily as one of the great singer/songwriters of his (or any) era, fans who've seen or heard his live shows know that he is also a brilliant interpreter of other artists' work.
With this in mind, I have gone through my collection of Steve's shows and extracted the best versions of his covers and put together this collection, which will be followed by at least two more volumes.

For the purposes of this collection, I have only used songs from Steve's own shows. He's done many guest appearances at other artists' concerts, doing duets, but I'll leave those. Of course there is the occasional
duet here from his shows. Also, I didn't use his  first known recorded live show (Hickory 1982), since that consists almost entirely of covers and people might as well get it in its entirety (it has been shared previously on Dime).

With so many sources, I have left out the lineages, but want to thank the tapers, the people I've traded with, and the people who've uploaded Steve's shows online."

Some tracks were extracted from CD, the newer ones came directly from flac as uploaded on sites like Dime. I adjusted and balanced volume and applied fade in/out.

Note on choice: many songs of the compilation come from the period when Steve's Townes Van Zandt tribute album was released. Consequently live shows from this period had many Townes songs. Including those
songs would not have given much variation, so I left them out, except for one song which was performed before the album came out.

None of these tracks has been commercially released.

01. Summer Wages( Tyson)                   - The Diamond Club, Toronto- 1987-07-27
02. Brown And Root(Crowell)            - The Diamond Club, Toronto- 1987-07-27                       
03. Sundown (Lightfood)             - The Concert Hall, Toronto- 1989-02-18
04. Ohio (Young)                - Theater Of The Living Arts, Philadelphia- 1999-10-16
05. No Reply (Lennon/McCartney)            - La Zona Rosa, Austin- 2000-11-10
06. Folsom Prison Blues(Cash)             - The Ryman, Nashville- 2003-11-10
07. Luxury Liner (Parsons)             - Universal Amphitheater, LA- 2004-07-10
08. Pancho And Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)        - Bruce Mason Centre- Auckland, NZ- 2008-11-13
09. Deportee (Woody Guthrie)            - Clearwater Festival- Croton-on-Hudson, NY- 2010-06-19
10. John Henry (Roger MCGuinn)            - Clearwater Festival- Croton-on-Hudson, NY- 2010-06-19
11. T'aint Nobody's Business (Frank Stokes)    - Preservation Hall- New Orleans,LA- 2012-05-06
12. Blue Railroad Train (Doc Watson)        - HSB2012- San Francisco, CA- 2012-10-06
13. San Francisco Nights (Eric Burdon)        - HSB2012- San Francisco, CA- 2012-10-06
14. Wild Thing (Chip Taylor            - Vicar Street- Dublin- 2013-06-01
15. Rag Mama Rag (Levon Helm)            - Rhythm & Roots Festival- Charlestown,RI- 2013-08-31
16. Crazy Mama (JJ Cale)             - Roots 'N Blues 'N BBQ- Columbia, CO- 2013-09-20
17. Hey Joe (Jimmy Hendrix version)         - Gruene Hall- New Braunfels, TX 2015-04-17
18. Forty-Four (Howling Wolf)            - Gruene Hall- New Braunfels, TX- 2015-04-17
19. There Is A Mountain (Donovan)        - The Canyon Club- Agoura Hills, CA- 2015-06-17



Steve Earle Cover Town, Vol. 3


Cover Town, Vol. 3

This is the third and so far last volume in the series of covers Steve Earle has done over the years.
All tracks come from my own collection. Where I have more than one version of a song I have selected
either the best source or a version I am partial to.

Again I have only used songs from Steve's own shows and left out guest appearances at other artists' concerts.
Of course there is the occasional duet here from his shows.

Technically what I did was: extraction with EAC; some trimming with CDWave (I have deleted tuning and talk that has nothing to do with the songs); and fade in, fade out, and normalizing with SoundForge.
With so many sources, I have left out the lineages, but want to thank the tapers, the people I've traded with, and the people who've uploaded Steve's shows online.


01. Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Blind Boy Fuller)-         Kerrville Folk Festival- Kerrville TX- 1988-06-11
02. No Reply (Lennon/McCartney) -                 Colne Municipal Hall- Lancashire UK- 2000-05-26
03. Breed (Cobain)-                         Colne Municipal Hall- Lancashire UK- 2000-05-26                        
04. Before They Make Me Run (Jagger/Richards)-             Bishopstock- Clyst St. Mary UK- 2000-05-27
05. I'll Be Coming Around ( Henneman)-                 Nightclub 09:30- Washington DC- 2000-07-14
06. Time Has Come Today (Chambers/Chambers)-             Belly Up Tavern- Solana Beach, CA- 2000-08-04
07. She's A Woman (Lennon/McCartney)-                 The Stone Poney- Ashbury NJ- 2000-12-15    
08. Francine (Gibbons/Cordray/Perron) -             The Stone Poney- Ashbury NJ- 2000-12-15    
09. If I Should Fall From Grace With God (MacGowan)-         The Fabrik- Hamburg Germany- 2002-01-25        
10. Mr. Mudd And Mr. Gold ( Van Zandt) -             The Fabrik- Hamburg Germany- 2002-01-25    (w/ Justin Earle)    
11. Sugar Baby (Dock Boggs)-                     The Fabrik- Hamburg Germany- 2002-01-25                
12. Get Together( Valenti)-                     Radio Eins- Berlin Germany- 2003-03-12
13. What's So Funny About Love Peace And Understanding (Lowe)-    Radio Eins- Berlin Germany- 2003-03-12     
14. Cocaine ( traditional adapted by Davis)-             PNC Bank Arts Center- Holmdel NJ- 2003-07-08 ( w/ Jackson Browne and Keb'Mo)
15. Rex'Blues (Van Zandt)-                     The Lemon Tree- Aberdeen UK- 2003-08-07
16. Tom Dooley (Van Zandt)-                     The Lemon Tree- Aberdeen UK- 2003-08-07
17. Revolution (lennon/McCartney)-                 Fox Theatre- Boulder CO- 205-03-20
18. Isn't It A Pity (Harrison)-                 Ancienne Belgique- Brussels Belgium- 2004-12-10
19. Way Down In The Hole (Waits)-                 ACL Music Festival- Austin TX- 2007-09-15