Saturday, June 26, 2021

Lionel Cartwright 1990-07-30 Santa Clara County Fair San Jose, CA

Lionel Cartwright
Santa Clara County Fair
San Jose, CA
July 30, 1990
(2 sets)

source: nakamichi cm300 (cp1) > sony tcd-5m
transfer from master cassettes
taper: markp

early show (serious wind issues)
01 Old Coal Town
02 Like Father, Like Son
03 banter
04 You're Gonna Make Her Mine
06 In My Eyes
07 My Heart Is Set on You
08 I Saw It All on the Radio
09 instrumental > band introductions
10 She Never Saw Love (Like It Was Meant To Be)
11 Give Me His Last Chance
12 Let The Hard Times Roll

late show (wind issues)
01 introduction
02 True Believer
03 Fallin Again
04 Like Father, Like Son
05 Heartbreak
06 In My Eyes
07 My Heart Is Set on You
08 banter
09 Say It's Not True
10 I Saw It All on the Radio
11 instrumental > band introductions
12 She's A Natural
13 Give Me His Last Chance



Bash & Pop 1993-03-31 C.B.G.B.'s New York, NY

 Bash & Pop
New York, NY
March 31, 1993

The Stonecutter Collection vol 127
Source: Sony ECM-909A mic > Sony TCD-D8 > 1st generation cassette (Maxell-XL-IIS)
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > gold tipped cables > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > Wav > TLH [SB's aligned] Flac Level 8

Traders Den 3/30/16.

Transferred and Tracked by kingrue upload 752

Here's a short lived band from 2 members of The Replacements.

Bash & Pop were an alternative rock group formed in 1992, by Tommy Stinson following the breakup of The Replacements.

They released one album before disbanding in 1994.

Band Members:

Tommy Stinson (Guitar)
Steve Brantseg (Guitar)
Kevin Foley (Bass)
Steve Foley (Drums)


I added in some bonus material, tracks 19-23.
Chris Mars from The Replacements on Modern Rock Live 98.7 FM March 29, 1993.
This was on the same cassette and since it's related material to The Replacements, it's perfect filler.
They take some calls and talk with Chris.  Chris also performs 2 songs live.
This will all fit nicely onto 1 disc.
Thanks to Rich for collecting this and sending over my way to share.

samples provided

01 Never Aim To Please
02 Satellite
03 Situation
04 Hang Ups
05 Tickled To Tears
06 Any Other Way
07 He Means It
08 Loose Ends
09 Harboring a Fugitive
10 Tiny Pieces
11 Nothing
12 Speak Now
13 Friday Night Is Killing Me
14 Solid Gold
15 One More Time
16 First Steps
17 One Way Out
18 Fast & Hard

19 Interview & Call Ins
20 Public Opinion
21 Interview & Call Ins
22 No Bands
23 Interview & Call Ins

Concert Time = 67:31 min

Radio Time = 11:12 min





Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Ratt 1984-04-04 Long Beach Arena Long Beach, CA

RATT 1984-04-04 Long Beach, Long Beach Arena, CA (AUD-FLAC) GManOF Memories Series No. 041
GManOF Memories Series No. 041
Artist: RATT
Date: 04. April 1984, Wednesday (Night 1 of 2)
City: Long Beach
Venue: Long Beach Arena
State: California, USA
Source: Audience
Taper: unknown
Gen: unknown
Length: 41:55 + 06:03 = 47:58
Recording Location: unknown
Transferred by GManOF, 2021

"support for Ozzy Osbourne"

unknown --> TDK UL 90 --> Yamaha KX-670 (Dolby Off, Play Trim +0) --> ESI U24 XL --> Adobe Audition 2020 (ASIO 2.0) --> WAV (44100 Hz, 2 Channels, 32-bit) --> Splitting Tracks (Audacity WAV --> FLAC (Level 8) 44100 Hz, 2 Channels, 16-bit)

"These files are not SBE fixed ! If you really like to burn it on CD you should first fix them by yourself with "Traders little helper" (TLH) before burning !!!"

01. U Got It
02. In Your Direction
03. Wanted Man
04. Lack of Communication
05. I'm Insane
06. Tell the World
07. The Morning After
08. You're in Trouble
09. Round and Round
10. Wanna Take you Higher
11. Sweet Cheater
- Tape Flip
- Encores
12. You Think You're Tough


Stephen Pearcy - Vocals
Warren De Martini - Guitar
Robbin Crosby (R.I.P.) - Guitar
Juan Croucier - Bass
Bobby Blotzer - Drums
- No Artwork !
- Fingerprint File

1st known recording of an Arena Show from RATT.
Cut in the beginning of "You're in Trouble". Little Background noise all the time. Not a good recording !
Got this in a trade back in 1985, unknown Generation.




Bash & Pop 2017-01-14 Cobra Lounge Chicago, IL

Bash & Pop
Cobra Lounge
Chicago, IL
January 14, 2017

Fast & Hard
Not This Time
Rip This Joint
On The Rocks
Never Wanted To Know
Bad News
Jesus Loves You
Tiny Pieces
Come To Hide
Zero To Stupid
Anybody Else
Breathing Room
Not A Moment Too Soon
Anything Can Happen
It's A Drag
Unfuck You
First Steps
Never Aim To Please
Friday Night Is Killing Me
First Steps (reprise)

Source: Edirol R-09 w/internal mics
Location: 25 ft back, dead center, in shirt pocket
Taper: lucca
Lineage: Edirol R-09> wav> ACL (normalization, tracking)> flac  




Monday, June 21, 2021

Tommy Stintson 1997-11-05 Jack's Sugarshack, Hollywood, CA

Tommy Stintson 1997 11 05 Jack's Sugarshack, Hollywood, CA

Show note:
Alternative Monkey is missing from my copy.

1 intro
2 Happy Birthday
3 Make Me Happy
4 Comeon Get Happy
5 Hate It
6 Did You Say Please
7 I Love Me I Hate Me
8 Can't Put Arms Around a Memory [Johnny Thunders]
9 The Hardest Days
10 Miss Self Esteem
11 Turn It Up
12 Night Time
13 Constant Companion
14 First STeps

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




Sunday, June 20, 2021

Jon Anderson 2019-03-11 Epcot, Walt Disney World Lake Buena Vista, FL

Jon Anderson
America Gardens Theater
Epcot, Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Monday, March 11, 2019

Source: AT943 > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony PCM-A10 (24/48)
Transfer: wav file > Sound Studio (16/44.1) > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Recording location: Third row center
Recorded by: Tapehead2

Set 3 (31:51)

01 Owner of A Lonely Heart
02 Sweet Dreams
03 Where Does Music Come From
04 Yours Is No Disgrace
05 Roundabout

Jon Anderson: Vocals, percussion
Michael Franklin (musical director): Keyboards
Tim Franklin: Bass
Tommy Calton: Guitar
Matt Brown: Drums
Steady Joseph: Percussion
Jocelyn Hsu: Violin
Joe Cosas: Keyboards, trombone
Billy Meethers: Saxophones, flute


Jon Anderson 2019-03-12 Walt Disney World Lake Buena Vista, FL

Jon Anderson
America Gardens Theater
Epcot, Walt Disney World
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Source: AT943 > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony PCM-A10 (24/48)
Transfer: wav file > Sound Studio (16/44.1) > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Recording location: various
Recorded by: Tapehead2

Set 1 (31:40)

01 Owner of A Lonely Heart
02 America
03 Yours Is No Disgrace
04 Makes Me Happy
05 Roundabout

Set 2 (33:38)

01 Owner of A Lonely Heart
02 I’ve Seen All Good People
03 Starship Trooper/Solid Space (Olias of Sunhillow excerpt)
04 Ramalama
05 Roundabout

Set 3 (32:59)

01 Owner of A Lonely Heart
02 Makes Me Happy
03 Where Does Music Come From
04 Yours Is No Disgrace
05 Roundabout

Jon Anderson: Vocals, percussion
Michael Franklin (musical director): Keyboards
Tim Franklin: Bass
Tommy Calton: Guitar
Matt Brown: Drums
Steady Joseph: Percussion
Jocelyn Hsu: Violin
Joe Cosas: Keyboards, trombone
Billy Meethers: Saxophones, flute


Yes 1974-02-18 Madison Square Garden New York, NY


1.01 Firebird Suite (2.26)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (10.24)
1.03 And You And I (10.20)
1.04 Close To The Edge (18.47)
1.05 The Revealing Science Of God (19.46)

2.01 The Remembering (24.42)
2.02 The Ancient (19.31)
2.03 Ritual (21.45)
2.04 Roundabout (Cobo Hall, Detroit, 1974-02-27) (8.34)


Grateful Dead 1987-01-28 San Francisco Civic Auditorium San Francisco, CA(Miller Ultra-Matrix SBD)

This is a tagged version of shnid: 140787

Grateful Dead
January 28, 1987
San Francisco Civic Auditorium
San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
UltraMatrix SBD > Cassette Master (TDK MA-R90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi CR-7A) > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz) >
KORG AudioGate 4 > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/24
(1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
January 15, 2018

-- Two sets of masters were used to make this show complete
-- This file set is 16 bit

--Set 1--
101-01 - Tuning
102-02 - Shakedown Street
103-03 - Get Back
104-04 - Peggy-O
105-05 - Walkin' Blues
106-06 - It Must Have Been The Roses
107-07 - It's All Over Now
108-08 - Row Jimmy
109-09 - My Brother Esau
110-10 - Bird Song
111-11 - Jack Straw

==Set 2--
201-12 - Tuning
202-13 - When Push Comes To Shove >
203-14 - Samson And Delilah
204-15 - Black Muddy River >
205-16 - He's Gone >
206-17 - Spoonful >
207-18 - Drums >
208-19 - Jam >
209-20 - Eyes Of The World >
210-21 - Black Peter >
211-22 - Around And Around >
212-23 - Sugar Magnolia

213-24 - Encore Break
214-25 - U.S. Blues

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B. Proctor 6-12-2018


Saturday, June 19, 2021

Grateful Dead 1973-02-09 Roscoe Maples Pavilon Stanford University Palo Alto CA

Grateful Dead
Roscoe Maples Pavilon
Stanford University
Palo Alto CA

1st performances of Loose Lucy, Here Comes Sunshine, They Love Each Other,
Eyes Of The World, China Doll and Wave That Flag.

"The source info I have on this show is SBD>MR>R>DAT>CDR.  
I do not know if this is the best available source now,
or if a better one has surfaced.  I have had this show for a long time."
Show SHNed by Bob Allred
md5 / shn  renaming and txt file by Patrick Hitt

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 9888____________________________________________________________________________

--SET 1--    
101-d1t01 - The Promised Land          3:09
102-d1t02 - Row Jimmy             7:14
103-d1t03 - Black Throated Wind         6:35
104-d1t04 - Deal             4:29
105-d1t05 - Me & My Uncle         3:04    
106-d1t06 - "get the bugs out night" 0:54
107-d1t07 - Sugaree             7:37
108-d1t08 - Looks Like Rain         6:21
109-d1t09 - Loose Lucy             6:33
110-d1t10 - Beer Barrel Polka         1:03
111-d1t11 - Mexicali Blues         3:18
112-d1t12 - Brown Eyed Women          5:05
113-d1t13 - El Paso              4:32
114-d1t14 - Here Comes Sunshine      9:34
115-d2t01 - Playing in// the Band   18:42

--SET 2--
201-d2t02 - "The Rainbow Makers"     2:09
202-d2t03 - China Cat -> Rider        10:29
203-d2t04 - Jack Straw              4:39
204-d2t05 - "dead battery"         0:14
205-d2t06 - //They Love Each Other   4:36
206-d2t07 - Truc//kin' ->          7:43
207-d2t08 - Eyes of the World ->    18:51
208-d2t09 - China Doll              6:01
209-d3t01 - Big River              4:48
210-d3t02 - Ramble on Rose          6:24
211-d3t03 - Box of Rain          5:07
212-d3t04 - Wave That Flag          6:09
213-d3t05 - Sugar Magnolia           9:05
214-d3t06 - Uncle John's Band          7:14
215-d3t07 - Around & Around          5:00

216-d3t08 - Casey Jones             6:47

--disc 1 total time--69:28--
--disc 2 total time--73:24--
--disc 3 total time--50:34--

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader's Little Helper
Shn - st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac - st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

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The sound setup at this show was the first version of the
Wall of Sound.  Sound mixing problems at the board during Promised
Land.  According to reports from an eyewitness, this was the result of
half the speakers frying. Very brief splice during Looks Like Rain.  
Complete Loose Lucy timing supercedes previous listing showing it cut
at 4:59.  Splice in Playing In The Band at 8:38. Hard to tell how much
is missing although it can't be more than a few minutes and could be
only a few seconds.  Splice in Truckin' at 6:23 (~6:20 on this source).  
Could be a minute or two missing here.
The first Eyes has quite a bit of exploratory jamming without dropping
to that Dm riff (or whatever you want to call it), which is present to
some degree in all other known '73 versions of the song.  Jerry plays
the chord on the final notes of the song before changing to China Doll.
By February 15, the change had been worked out.
The cut in Wave That Flag at 1:25 is missing a full chorus a after the
second verse.  Before Sugar Magnolia, Bob says, " This one's our new
single, broke big as hell in Pittsburgh...that's the truth, too."
During Casey Jones, a blown amplifier is audible in the mix.
{Playing In The Band [3:05] > Jam [13:#29] > Playing In The Band
The show has the first performances of Loose Lucy, Here Comes Sunshine,
They Love Each Other, Eyes Of The World, China Doll and Wave That Flag.
Tape flips following Looks Like Rain, Here Comes Sunshine, They Love
Each Other, and Ramble On Rose.  The following song begins, cuts and is
restarted on the next side.
This is a solid and energetic show, with each song getting as full a
performance as possible.  A slew of new songs performed as though they
had been performed for years, particularly songs that would grow into
staples of sets.

RECORDING    225 SBD: The complete show


John Hartford 1978-08-15 Bottom Line New York,NY

John Hartford

sounds SBD


Bottom Line - New York,NY

01. Saro Jane
02. Gentle On My Mind
03. Good Old Electric Washing Machine
04. Work In Tall Buildings
05. My Rag
06. Let Him Go On Mama
07. Long Hot Summer Days
08. Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie
09. Kentucky Pool
10. Steam Powered Aereo Plane
11. Nobody Eats At Lynbaugh's Anymore
12. Orange Blossom Special
13. Steam Boat Whistle Blues

that is all I know



Thursday, June 17, 2021

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

Madison Square Garden
New York City


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"

January, 2005

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

CD 1
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


Monday, June 14, 2021

Yes 1974-02-16 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA


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!

February 20, 2009

Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
Steve Howe
Rick Wakeman
Alan White


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)


Sunday, June 13, 2021

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)




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

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.

February, 2014

For more information about the show, including memories posted by those who attended it, see

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)




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"
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";
drops near end of tracks; static t15 3:24, 4:02, 4:05; t06 2:43, t9 1:23, t14 1:55
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


Neil Young 1993-06-26 Vechtewiese Schuettorf, Germany

Neil Young with Booker T. and the MGs
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.
( 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
like a hurricane
love to burn
seperate ways
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!


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
This Note's For You
Motorcycle Mama
Like A Hurricane
I Believe In You
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Love To Burn
Separate Ways
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



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

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)

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.

December 2, 2006





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



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

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.

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)


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


Friday, June 11, 2021

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

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

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


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.





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)


Wednesday, June 9, 2021

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

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:


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


"Live Music is Better"
June 27, 2020


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 


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

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

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.



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


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)
Artwork and additional data included
NY unofficial Live Series #3 by Nite Owl Productions (NO-2020-13)


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

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






The Strypes 2017-03-07 Boyles of Slane Meath Ireland

The Strypes
Never Mind The Mocks Tour
Boyles of Slane
7 March 2017

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

Taped & Transferred by Kagee

01 Behind Closed Doors - 1st Attempt
02 Behind Closed Doors
03 Easy Riding
04 (I Need A Break From) Holidays
05 I Don't Wanna Know
06 3 Streets & A Village Green
07 Consequence
08 Get It Over Quickly
09 Grin & Bear It
10 A Different Kind Of Tension
11 Cruel Brunette
12 Angel Eyes
13 Black Shades Over Red Eyes
14 Turnin' My Back
15 Garden Of Eden
16 Get Into It
17 Great Expectations
18 Oh Cruel World
19 Still Gonna Drive You Home
20 What A Shame
21 Mystery Man
22 Scumbag City

The first of 2 shows I saw on the Never Mind The Mocks Tour.

A good performance from the band. Not as good as the Dundalk show I saw a few weeks later.

That recording is still live here -

Josh's amp wasn't working at the start hence the 2 attempts at Behind Closed Doors.

This one turned out pretty good. Boyles is a small place and I was very near the front so
the drums are very prominent a lot of the time.

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

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

Enjoy the show.





John Hartford 1977-02-09 Michigan State University East Lansing, MI

John Hartford String Band w/ Sam Bush, Curtis Burch and John Cowan
2/9/77 (Weds)
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI

Recording by:??
CD Mastering by:??
CD Re-mastering and restoration by: Mike Wagner -

01 - Blackberry Blossom >
     Skipping In The Mississippi Dew
02 - On The Road
03 - No End Of Love
04 - Nobody Eats At Linebaugh's Anymore
05 - Listen To THe Mockingbird
06 - Vamp In The Middle
07 - Golden Globe Award
08 - The First Girl I Loved
09 - Good Old Electric Washing Machine
10 - Let The Church Roll On
11 - Instrumental
12 - San Antonio Rose
     Granny Woncha Smoke Some...

Note: 11/19/01 This version has underwent considerable restoration over previous versions.



Monday, June 7, 2021

Yes 1973-12-06 Apollo Theatre Glasgow, UK(Ancient Tales)

 By request here is another Yes Tales tour show form the UK. I took several hours today converting and remastering
this show from my tapes which I received in a trade around 1980 or so. I can't verify the generation, but the tape
was plaqued by hiss and low rumble. The sound, while a lot better than before still has some hiss to it. Reducing
it too much resulted in the loss of clarity, which I took the license to keep. The show sounds like it was recorded
 from the nosebleed section of the theatre, but some of the hollow quality has been removed.

Also inluded in the torrent are some pics courtesy of Eddie Dowds and the Forgotten Yesterdays website.

Apollo Theatre
Glasgow, UK
Dec. 6, 1973

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

CD 2
1. The Remembering
2. The Ancient (small cut in the middle, presumably a tape flip)
3. Ritual
4. Roundabout






Sunday, June 6, 2021

Bob Dylan 1991-05-08 The Palace Theater Albany, NY

Palace Theater
Albany, New York
8 May 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 - Visions Of Johanna
08 - To Ramona
09 - Mr. Tambourine Man
10 - It Ain't Me, Babe
11 - Everything Is Broken
12 - Man In The Long Black Coat
13 - Highway 61 Revisited
14 - Shooting Star
15 - I Shall Be Released
16 - Like A Rolling Stone
17 - The Times They Are A-Changin'
18 - Maggie's Farm

Concert # 298 of The Never-Ending Tour.  
Concert # 14 of the 1991 USA Spring Tour. 1991 concert # 35.
Concert # 14 with the 5th Never-Ending Tour band:
        Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
        John Jackson (guitar),
        Tony Garnier (bass),
        Ian Wallace (drums).

7, 8  Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), John Jackson (guitar).
9, 10, 17 acoustic with the band.
2, 4, 7-10, 12, 17  Bob Dylan harmonica.
4, 9, 14, 15  Bob Dylan electric piano.

Note. In Visions of Johanna, Dylan sings And these visions of Madonna, they kept me up past the dawn.

- Thanks everybody! This is about my only number one hit from out here in this area. (before Wiggle Wiggle).
- This is my response to a song Arlo Guthrie once wrote called Alice's Restaurant! (before Gotta Serve Somebody).
- Of course, that song was for you know who.... Ramona!
- This is a true story. But not all stories that are true ...this one also has ...??? (before Man In The Long Black Coat).
- Thank you everybody!! A shooting star, sometimes you see it, sometimes you don't (after Shooting Star).
- Joan Baez always said "Keep singing this song." (after The Times They Are A-Changin').

5 new songs (27%) compared to previous concert. 3 new songs for this tour.

Stereo audience recording, 85 minutes.

LB-10756 ; 76min+11min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B

5/8/91, Albany, NY

version "b"
* lost left track for about 2 minutes, copied right track onto it
Master was 2 Nakamichi 300s and Sony TC-D5m, Row T
Transferred master to Sony PCM-501ES Processor the day after the show
PCM tape in storage for 21.9 years
Transferred PCM tape to Marantz PMD-670 .wav file
Cut tracks (and some level adjustments where absolutely necessary) in Cool Edit Pro 2.00
bittorrent download 03/13; cdr split not specified;
in 2-way comparison these are diferent recordings based on different crowd at end of d1t2;
that is fuller and more upfront and this is warmer with more hiss;
(did not listen to all of this)
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 Visions Of Johanna, 08 To Ramona, 09 Mr.Tambourine Man*, 10 It Ain't Me, Babe, 11 Everything Is Broken, 12 Man In The Long Black Coat, 13 Highway 61 Revisited, 14 Shooting Star, 15 I Shall Be Released, 16 Like A Rolling Stone,

17 The Times They Are A-Changin', 18 Maggie's Farm


Thursday, June 3, 2021

John Hartford 1978-03-10 Orpheum Theater Omaha, NE

John Hartford
Orpheum Theater
Omaha, Nebraska
March 10, 1978

Audience tape

Condenser mic -> cassette -> SoundForge7 -> flac frontend

01) -> Skippin' in the Mississippi Dew -> Fisher's Hornpipe
02) Gentle on My Mind
03) Don't Leave Your Records in the Sun
04) My Rag (fragmented)
05) The Six O'clock Train and A Girl With Green Eyes
06) Golden Globe Award
07) Austin Minor Sympathy
08) Boogie
09) Julia Belle Swain
10) In Tall Buildings
11) Granny Wontcha Smoke Some Marijuana
12) Mouth to Mouth Resuscitation
13) Miss Ferris
14) Cabin on the Hill
15) Roll in my Sweet Baby's Arms (fragmented)
16) Orange Blossom Special
17) Little Cabin Home on the Hill
18) Turn Your Radio On

This was the first live recording I ever taped, and for some reason chose
to stop the tape between every song. This, as you can imagine, caused many
editing problems. However, editing as such did allow the entire performance
to fit on one CD - at 80 minutes and 8 seconds (you'll need to do an overburn).

The tape has the usual glitches - annoying talking and other audience noise,
volume fluctuations, etc - but all in all a pretty good document of this
era of the late great Mr. Hartford.

(taped/digitized by                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             



Warren Zevon 1994-02-07 Symphony Hall Syracuse, NY

Solo Tour  [w/  Duncan "Dr Babyhead"  Aldrich]
Symphony Hall
319 S Clinton St,
Syracuse NY
February 2, 1994

Acoustic Show
Very small venue

              A Gratefully Little Deadicated Feat Recording
       [Happy Jack's Masters Cassette Analog Collection #5]
            *** 16 Bit Version *** 1st TIME IN CIRCULATION

Taper: Friend
All Mastering & Editing by Happy Jack [aka; dedhed69] 4/2017

Source: sbd > sony tc-d-5 > Master [Maxell XLII-S90 cassette]

Transfer.[Master cassette] > PC wav[16bit 441,1khz] > CD Wave Editor >TLH Flac16 > cdr data Flac

Lineage: cdr data Flac[16bit 44.1khz Flac] > Adobe Audition 3 > Flac16

Set List
01. Intro. >Splendid Isolation *
02. Lawyers Guns & Money *
03. Why Can't This Be Love* > Intro of Dr. Babyhead
04. Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead * > Banter
05. Heartache Spoken Here*
06. Acoustic Solo > Boom Boom Mancini *
07. Crowd > Switch to Piano
08. Johnny Strikes Up The Band ^
09. Play It All Night Long ^
10. Desperadoes Under The Eaves ^ > Banter
11. Jolie Blonde* (Trad.)
12. Acoustic Solo > Poor Poor Pitiful Me > Acoustic Solo > Poor Poor Pitiful Me *
13. I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better *
14. Vast Indifference Of Heaven * > Banter
15. Seminole Bingo ^
16. Excitable Boy ^ > Dr. Babyhead Solo
17. Roland Chorale Intro. > Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner > Roland Chorale Outro. ^
18. Mr. Bad Example * > Banter
19. Werewolves Of London ^
20. Mohammed's Radio ^

Show Notes
board problem before track 01
* - with guitar
^ - with piano
Track 03 - Van Halen cover
Track 13 - The Byrds cover

The Band
Warren Zevon - Acoustic 6 and 12 String Guitar,Piano and Vocals
Duncan "Dr Babyhead"  Aldrich - Sax and Banjo

Source Notes
Removed some clicks & pops that were coming from my connection to the board later in the show.
Other Mastering Notes
Lowered db gain on tracks 01,02 & 03.[ Notes: The recording started hot]
raised the db gain where needed

Buy the Music. Support Warren !!


Happy Jack Notes
I circulated once before but info was inacurate & incomplete older copy, plus this has the complete mastering. 4/2017
thanks to my friend box of treasured memories
Included ticket stub jpg.
added a picture of Dr. Babyhead in file folder
created text with info. of show
added an md5
added ffp
addede shnlen tool text
SBEs Fixed

  The rest of my Recordings has been stolen along with many others while I was in the Hospital for Spinal Bacteria Meningitas. The  good news there r about 75 recordings still here I would & Like them see the light & ears of others as my health is declinig. Plus it is good therapy for me to do this once again. I have not touched most of these tapes in 25 - 30 years. God Bless & Enjoy Jack


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Vince Herman And Friends 2006-07-08 Kruze Auto Auction RV Camping Lot Auburn, Indiana

Vince Herman And Friends
Kruze Auto Auction
RV Camping Lot
Auburn, Indiana

Source: Schoeps CCM4V's>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>
Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP In The Circle, 4' 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 Used To Call Me Baby
02 Lumpy, Beanpole, And Dirt
03 Get Together >
04 Love The One You're With
05 4 + 20
06 Ginseng Sullivan
07 Are You From Dixie >
08 Breakdown
09 You Angel You
10 Ragtime Annie >
11 ?/Outro

Vince Hermann - Guitar And Vocals
Cliff Starbuck - BanJo And Vocals
? - Mandolin
? - Percussion
? - Harmonica

Show Notes: It was a Saturday, and I worked half a day in Toledo, Ohio. I had  a 2 hour
ride that I did in an hour and a half. My friend Tyler had organized this mini festival that
featured Vince Hermann as the Master of Ceremonies. I was there by 2:00 rolling tape on a grassy field
on the grounds of the auto auction where Tyler worked. I was taping with attorney Chris from Indy. Tis was
10 years ago and I am trying to piece things together. I was gonna leave at 1:00 as I had to drive back
to Ohio, as I had to work Sunday morning. Chris talked me into staying for Lotus, who as we all know
always seem to nail down the 2:00 am slot at Festivals, Well they screwed around and did not start until
1:30 am. They ended I believe at 3:30. As i am cutting through the lot, I could hear my buddy Vince's voice.
I followed the sound to an RV with lighted palm trees as a decoration. A small cirbe had formed by the door
to the RV, so out came my mics and I set them in the middle of the circle. I think we ende at about 4:20!
I rolled into Toledo around 6:15 and grabbed a short nap before work. It was quite a long day. Got to tape
Vince, Railroad Earth, Ekoostik Hookah, Lotus, and a couple more. I am quote sure this has never been
heard uness you were one of about 20 people at the RV.