Saturday, April 30, 2022

David Bowie 1995-10-29 Forum Los Angeles, CA

David Bowie
Los Angeles, CA
October 29, 1995

Source: XLII100 --> Audacity --> WAV --> MWP

Description: Great quality show from LA, very similar to 10/28 but perhaps even better in quality.  Might have been DAT sourced.  A tremendous listen, with just incredible quality, enjoy!!

1. Eraser/Subterraneans
2. Scary Monsters
3. Reptile
4. Hallo Spaceboy
5. Hurt
6. Look Back In Anger
7. The Hearts Filthy Lesson
8. The Voyeur
9. I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
10. Outside
11. Andy Warhol
12. The Man Who Sold The World
13. Strangers When We Meet
14. A Small Plot Of Land
15. Breaking Glass
16. We Prick You
17. Nite Flights
18. Teenage Wildlife
19. Band Introductions
20. Under Pressure


The Police 2007-07-22 Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ontario

The Police
July 22, 2007
Air Canada Centre
Toronto, Ontario

Audience Recording

> Core Sound Cardiods > Sound Pro. Preamp > Iriver H120 (Rockboxed) > Pc

Soundforge 7 & cdwav for editing and fades etc...

Recorded & Processed by Burnboy

by Aaron Brophy

A bass-playing Sumner and his two bandmates did a woeful job of bashing their way through a set of Coldplay-inspired rock 'n' lite reggae last night. It's a good thing then, that it was Joe Sumner and his tepid foray into the family business known as Fiction Plane and not the main gig as anchored by Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner — better known to the world as Sting.

That Sting's son's band opened for The Police's first tour appearance in Toronto since 1983 cast a nepotistic pall over the early evening — particularly considering Joe plays bass and yelp-sings almost exactly like his dad, minus the charisma. About their only high point was single "Two Sisters," but even that was an act of imitation.

The short intermission video that took place during the changeover didn't bode well either. Sure, everyone loves Bob Marley and footage of him doing sit-ups is fun, but the extended coverage of models walking catwalks was an inexplicable inclusion that seemed straight out of Fashion File's b-roll archives.

There was great relief when Sting, guitarist Andy Summers and drummer Stewart Copeland took to the stage to right early wrongs. They started off with the beloved "Message In A Bottle" and, with the house lights on high in the ACC, the sold-out show was instantly converted into a dancing, singing mass.

"Synchronicity II" made for an enjoyable first dip into deep-cut territory and "Walking On The Moon" triggered a football stadium-spirited singalong on top of showcasing Sting's still-got-it pipes. Indeed, the singer effortlessly made everyone in the building feel common and inferior. The 55 year old is still completely ripped — no doubt explaining the enthusiasm of the substantial hot 905 mom demo in the audience — and his voice has maintained itself with remarkable agelessness.

The medley of "Voices Inside My Head" and "When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What's Still Around" followed by "Don't Stand So Close To Me" and "Driven To Tears" represented the low point of the show. It was a section of self-content adult-contempo that threatened to unravel the show's early goodwill until all was corrected with the punkish "Truth Hits Everybody."

That dynamic jolt was just what the audience and The Police needed to push the show from rote nostalgia into something more genuine. The next level fully hit when an elaborate percussion set, complete with giant gong, suddenly materialized for the start of "Wrapped Around Your Finger." A wild-eyed Copeland managed to ratchet up his monomaniacal playing to even greater heights when he'd foray over to his more exotic kit.

A last quarter blast of hits "Invisible Sun," "Walking In Your Footsteps," "Can't Stand Losing You" and a sprawled out jam of "Roxanne" sealed the deal. There was little of the much rumoured, much worried about jazz noodling, and lots of hits, which was just what the people wanted.

"King Of Pain," "So Lonely" and "Every Breath You Take" represented the first encore. The playing of those tracks seemed a bit cursory, particularly on their big stalker hit and "Next To You," which was something of an anti-climactic second encore closer. That said, The Police's string of hits and technical competency retained an overall vibrancy rarely seen in the nostalgia/reunion/classic rock circuit. The result was a real and vital Police show still worthy of matching their legacy.

Here is the set list:

"Message In A Bottle"
"Synchronicity II"
"Walking On The Moon"
"Voices Inside My Head"
"When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What's Still Around"
"Don't Stand So Close To Me"
"Driven To Tears"
"Truth Hits Everybody"
"The Bed's Too Big Without You"
"Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"
"Wrapped Around Your Finger"
"De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da"
"Invisible Sun"
"Walking In Your Footsteps"
"Can't Stand Losing You"


"King Of Pain"
"So Lonely"
"Every Breath You Take "
"Next To You"

Seeded to Dime Aug 17 2007.

Blast From The Past 1.0 (1977-2007) (ER227-230)




Blast From The Past 1.0 (1977-2007) (Eye Records)

4 CD 90
Label : Eye Records
Catalogue : #227-230
Disc Length : 89:09 / 90:52 / 89:15 / 89:12
Source : Outtakes, Demos & Other Studio Recordings
Quality : EX+
Year Of Release : 2012 September

Disc One (89:09)

Instrumental sessions recorded in the rehearsal room at Owen Husney's Loring Park office in Minneapolis 55:50 (1977):
01 - Instrumental #1 / 05:14
02 - Instrumental #2 / 06:22
03 - Instrumental #3 / 06:14
04 - Instrumental #4 / 08:28
05 - Instrumental #5 / 06:55
06 - Instrumental #6 / 08:12
07 - Instrumental #7 / 07:43
08 - Instrumental #8 / 06:36

09 - Wouldn’t You Love To Love Me? / 05:00 (1978)
10 - Do Yourself A Favor / 08:39 (1982)
11 - Turn It Up / 05:14 (1982)
12 - No Call U / 03:02 (1982)
13 - Extraloveable / 07:40 (1982)
14 - Baby, You're A Trip / 03:46 (1982)

Disc Two (90:52)

01 - Lust U Always (Full Prince Vocal Version) / 05:12 (1982)
02 - Purple Music / 10:50 (1982)
03 - Chocolate / 05:52 (1983)
04 - Possessed / 08:45 (1983)
05 - G-Spot / 04:58 (1983)
06 - Darling Nikki (Extended Version) / 03:58 (1983)
07 - Computer Blue (Full Version) / 14:03 (1983)
08 - Take Me With U (Extended Version) 4:50 (1984)
09 - Our Destiny (Lisa Coleman Vocals) / 03:00 (1984)
10 - Manic Monday / 02:50 (1985)
11 - The Dance Electric (Extended Version) By André Cymone (Feat. Prince) / 11:48 (1985)
12 - Old Friends 4 Sale (Original Version) / 03:34 (1985)
13 - Go / 04:47 (1985)
14 - Can I Play With U? (Long Version) / 06:28 (1985)

Disc Three (89:15)

Prince & The Revolution : Parade Demos / 42:58 (1985):
01 - Wendy's Parade / 02:11
02 - New Position / 02:20
03 - I Wonder U / 01:36
04 - Under The Cherry Moon / 02:57
05 - Others Here With Us / 02:43
06 - Life Can Be So Nice / 03:14
07 - Sometimes It Snows In April / 06:52
08 - All My Dreams / 07:20
09 - Girls & Boys / 05:36
10 - Love Or $ / 04:10

11 - Baby Go-Go / 04:40 (1986)
12 - Data Bank / 07:56 (1986)
13 - U / 04:14 (1987)
14 - The Line #2 (Later Version) / 08:51 (1987)
15 - 4 Lust / 03:26 (1987)
16 - The Max / 04:57 (1988)
17 - Fuchsia Light / 06:36 (1988)
18 - Bliss / 04:06 (1989)
19 - American In Paris / 05:25 (1989)

Disc Four (89:12)

01 - Vicki Waiting (Long Version) / 07:14 (1989)
02 - Dance With The Devil / 07:55 (1989)
03 - Uh-Huh! / 06:17 (1991)

Glam Slam Wallpaper / 56:15 (1994):
04 - Poem / 03:37
05 - Interactive / 03:23
06 - Come / 04:22
07 - Endorphinmachine / 03:53
08 - Space / 04:30
09 - Race / 06:14
10 - Funky Design / 03:44
11 - Mad / 05:30
12 - Chaos And Disorder / 04:12
13 - Right The Wrong / 04:40
14 - Strays Of The World / 05:09
15 - Gold / 06:35

16 - Stone / 03:02 (1995)
17 - Do U Wanna Get Funky? (Xcerpt) / 01:34 (1999)
18 - Purple House / 03:39 (2004)
19 - A Case Of U / 03:39 (2007)



The Beatles Help! Wide And Naked

Help! Wide And Naked

Excellent stereo

The wide mixes have been formulated to bring out the most in vocals and instruments while the Naked mixes are the original takes with most of the overdubbing removed.

1. Help! - Wide
2. The Night Before - Naked
3. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Naked
4. I Need You - Wide
5. Another Girl - Wide
6. You're Going To Lose That Girl - Naked
7. Ticket To Ride - Wide
8. Act Naturally - Wide
9. It's Only Love - Naked
10. You Like Me Too Much - Naked
11. Tell Me What You See - Naked
12. I've Just Seen A Face - Wide
13. Yesterday - Wide
14. I'm Down - Wide


Bob Dylan 1991-08-10 Estadio Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Bob Dylan, 8/10/91, Buenos Aires, 2CDR

(61min+32min), good to very good sound, has hiss; small drop d1t6 1:18, d1t7 0:09, d1t7 levels come up; d1t12 missing end, d2t1 missing begin

1 New Morning 2 It's Too Late 3 All Along The Watchtower 4 I'll Remember You 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Wiggle Wiggle 7 Simple Twist Of Fate 8 Maggie's Farm 9 Trail Of The Buffalo (acoustic) 10 Ring Them Bells (acoustic w band) 11 Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic w band) 12 Girl From The North Country (acoustic w band)

1 Positively 4th Street 2 Everything Is Broken 3 I Believe In You 4 Highway 61 Revisited 5 What Good Am I? 6 Like A Rolling Stone


Billy Joe Shaver 2009-08-06 Eddie's Attic Decatur, GA

Billy Joe Shaver
August 6, 2009
Eddie's Attic
Decatur, Ga

Source: CA 11 > CA 9100 > Edirol R09 (24/48)

Lineage: R09 > Vegas (gain, split tracks, and dither) > FLAC Frontend level 6 > torrent

Location: Top row of bleachers in back of the room.

01 Intro
02 Georgia on a Fast Train
03 Honky Tonk Heros
04 That's What she said last night
05 The Devil Made Me Do It the First Time
06 You Ask Me To
07 I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I'm Going to Be a Diamond Someday)
08 When Fallen Angels Fly
09 Star in My Heart
10 Live Forever
11 Hottest Thing in Town
12 I Found My Weakness in You *
13 House on the Hill %
14 Ain't No God In Mexico
15 When the Word Was Thunderbird
16 Billy Joe's Song (guest song #1)
17 I Don't Know $ (Randy Howard, guest song #2)
18 (guest song #3)
19 Good Ol' U.S.A.
20 Oklahoma Wind
21 Ragged Old Truck
22 First and Last
23 Jesus was our saviour (cotton was our king)
24 Try and Try Again
25 Jesus Christ Is Still the King

* by Nick Gaitan
% by Jeremy Woodall
$ by Randy Howard

Billy Joe Shaver: vocals, guitar
Jeremy Lynn Woodall: vocals, lead guitar
Nick Gaitan: vocals, bass
Jason Mckenzie: drums/percussion

Taped/Shared by shaggy28



Eric Clapton 2001-11-30 Tokyo, Japan

This is a series of Eric Clapton's complete tour of Japan in November & December 2001

The complete original upload list is:-

* Clapton 2001.11.19 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.21 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.22 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.24 Nagoya - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.26 Fukuoka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.28 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.29 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.30 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.03 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.04 Tokyo - Double Layla
* Clapton 2001.12.05 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.08 Sendai - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.10 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.11 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.14 Yokohama - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.15 Yokohama - Final Chapter

Final Chapter
2001 Japan Tour Complete - EC Is Here - Aud 5

Disc 15: Tokyo, November 30th

Key to the Highway
Got You On My Mind
Tears in Heaven
Layla (acoustic)
Bell Bottom Blues
Change the World
River of Tears
Goin' Down Slow
She's Gone

Disc 16: Tokyo, November 30th

I Want a Little Girl
Hoochie Coochie Man
Have You Ever Loved a Woman
Wonderful Tonight
Layla (electric)
Sunshine of Your Love
Somewhere Over the Rainbow


Joe Bonamassa 2007-11-03 Pitman Theater Alverno College Milwaukee, WI

Joe Bonamassa
Pitman Theater
Alverno College
Milwaukee, WI
November 3, 2007

MM HCSL-1 > Church Audio ST-9100 > R-09 Line-In > USB > CDWAV > FLAC > YOU

Disc One
01 Bridge to Better Days
02 Walk in my Shadows
03 So Many Roads
04 Mountain Time
05 Another Kind of Love
06 Sloe Gin
07 Intro
08 High Water Everywhere
09 If Heartaches Were Nickels
10 Woke Up Dreaming

Disc Two
01 Django
02 Just Got Paid (w/Dazed & Confused & Drum Solo)
03 Ball Peen Hammer
04 Asking Around for You
05 Miss You, Hate You

No Artwork.

Neil Young 1996-10-31 Copps Coliseum Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Artist: Neil Young
Date:   31 october 1996
Venue:  Copps Coliseum
City:   Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Tour : 1996 Broken Arrow Canadian Tour with Crazy Horse
Band : Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
 Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
 Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards, vocals
 Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
 Ralph Molina - drums, vocals

CD 1

01 Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
02 Cowgirl In The Sand
03 Big Time
04 Pocahontas
05 The Needle And The Damage Done
06 Helpless
07 Comes A Time
08 I Am A Child
09 Scattered

CD 2
01 Cinnamon Girl
02 The Loner
03 Natural Beauty
04 Fuckin' Up
05 Music Arcade
06 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
07 Stupid Girl
08 Rockin' In The Free World
CD 3 bis
01 Prisoners Of Rock 'n' Roll
02 The Losing End
03 Welfare Mothers
04 Dangerbird
05 Powderfinger
06 Slip Away
07 Roll Another Number

Lineage: Unknow
Sound is good   

Dat master > Dat > CD
From AV vault

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

Thanks to agovigli, giona64 for help and Tom for the work 


The Rolling Stones Shit You'll Never Hear live



Outtakes compilation "shit you´ll never hear live" cd´s 1-3
Posted by:  marko   ()
Date: February 23, 2014 13:44

Here we go first 3 cd´s....Compilation set of stones outtakes of official songs.

Lineage is somewhat like this:My original cd´s or cd´s---nakamichi tapedeck--harman&kardon 20 channel equalizer-sony standalone burner--Dbpoweramp-wave!--you.

no mastering done,only audio-cd transfer.and notice these are wave files,the reason is im´m sharing this somewhere else too,so people(new users to this kind of things)
don´t have to convert files.Artwork is on its way.

CD 1
1 little queenie(little boy and the blue boys outtake)
2 shake your hips(alternate exile)
3 blue turns to grey(necrophilia)
4 i go wild(voodoo stew)
5 dance (emotial rescue sessions)
6 get off of my cloud (alternate stereo version)
7 hearts for sale(steel wheels sessions)
8 too much blood(think you like it)
9 moonlight mile(sticky fingers isolations)
10 going home(aftermath isolations)
11 jiving sister funny ( the trident mixes)
12 heaven (all inside our grazy dreams

CD 2
1 midnight rambler(let it bleed isolations)
2 i can´t help it (what am i living for)
3 100 years ago (how do you hide your love)
4 driving too fast (alternate bigger bang)
5 had it with you (mean lean hits vgp)
6 complicated (between the buttons sessions)
7 if you can´t rock me (alternate mix)
8 hey negrita (munichland melodies)
9 imagination (some trax I )
10 stupid girl (aftermath isolations)
11 thats how strong my love is (look what we´ve done)
12 when the whip comes down (more fast numbers)
13 stray cat blues(beggars isolations)
14 2000 man (satanic majesties sessions)

CD 3
1 gimme shelter(isolated trax long version)
2 lonely at the top(place pigalle)
3 stop breaking down(get a line on you)
4 19th nervous breakdown(isolated trax vol 2)
5 slave(the pain of love)
6 out of control(babylon mixes,papa was a rollin stone mix)
7 down in the hole(all mixed up dac)
8 con le mie lacrime(time trip vol.5)
9 wanna hold you(chainsaw massacre dac)
10 melody(black n blue sessions)
11 allmost hear you sigh(steel wheels monitor mixes)
12 thru and thru (voodoo stew)

CD 4
1 we love you(isolated trax vol 3)
2 too rude(back to zero)
3 sympathy for the devil(r.s.v.p)
4 live with me(nasty habits isolated trax)
5 can´t you hear me knocking(sticky thumbs)
6 dirty work(mean lean hits,OBR)
7 time waits for no one(its only goats head soup)
8 hide your love(how do you hide your love)
9 dangerous beauty(alternate bigger bang)
10 some girls III(booze,pills and powders)
11 no use in crying(tattoo too)
12 i wanna be your man(outtakes&rarities 1962-1964)
13 i think i´m going mad(think you like it,keith on vocals)
14 emotional rescues(stattic in the attic)

CD 5
1 One hit(alternate dirty work)
2 2000 light years from home(isolated trax vol.2)
3 paint it black(black box or aftermath isolated trax)
4 child of the moon(outtakes and rarities 1969-1969)
5 sweet black angel(alternate exile)
6 everything is turning to gold(place pigalle vgp)
7 moon is up(voodoo brew)
8 dancing with Mr.D(mad shadows)
9 summer romance(emotial rescue sessions)
10 brown sugar(thee satanic sessions)
11 yesterdays papers(between the buttons sessions)
12 hot stuff(munichland melodies)
13 winter(time trip vol.2)
14 honky wonk women I(isolated trax vol.1)
15 mothers little helper(aftermath isolated trax)
16 continental drift(steel wheels monitor mixes)

CD 6
1 undercover(pain of love)
2 parachute woman(outtakes and rarities 1968)
3 start me up I(tattoo too)
4 miss you(more fast numbers)
5 satisfaction(alternate stereo version,dartford renegades)
6 sleep tonight(back to zero)
7 dance little sister( it´s only goats head soup)
8 shattered(paris outtakes vol.1)
9 bitch(sticky thumbs)
10 let it bleed(nasty habits)
11 going down(trident mixes)
12 jumping jack flash I (toothless bearded hag)
13 fingerprint file(it´s only goats head soup)
14 jigsaw puzzle(beggars brunch)


Bruce Springsteen 1974-10-26 Julia Sanderson Theater Springfield, MA

Back in School(audience tape)
October 26th, 1974
Springfield, MA-Julia Sanderson Theater

CD-R trade--EAC(secure)-->>wave files--Flac FrontEnd 1.1.2(Level 7, align on sector boundaries, verify)-->.flac files

This upload will include .ffp and artwork.

02-Incident on 57th Street
03-Spirit in the Night
04-Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street
05-The E Street Shuffle
06-It's Hard to be a Saint in the City
08-She's the One
09-Kitty's Back

02-NYC serenade
04-4th of July,Asbury Park(Sandy)
05-A Love So Fine

From Brucebase-ONE show, with Springsteen & The E Street Band the sole act on the bill. This gig is often mistakenly listed as having taken place at Springfield College, however there was no school association with this concert. The above-mentioned setlist is culled from an audience tape of fair quality (it distorts at the low end) and represents the entire performance. Interestingly "She's The One" starts with a rap that Bruce would use more extensively during the shows in the Fall of 1976. Available on the CDR "BACK TO SCHOOL".


Fleetwood Mac 1970-03-06 Sporthalle Böblingen, Germany

LDB Vintage Series #032

Hi there! After closing both my Master and Special series I took a break from seeding, enjoying life and most of all
preparing for a new series! This is not going to be as frequent as my previous ones, I'll be seeding shows from time
to time so don't expect massive volumes here.

Why a "vintage" series? Because music in the 70's and 80's was really different, so special with "that" kind
of sound which you don't find anymore. That was the era of real music without the internet, of long tours and enjoyable live
shows spanning from metal to new wave, progressive, jazz, fusion, pop. So many bands were born and disappeared during those
two decades.

I am then celebrating the 70's and the 80's and their unmistakeable sound in this LDB Vintage Series. You will find many bands
I have never seeded in the past but that I still enjoy listening to. Most of these come from low generation tapes that were traded
around that period, many radio broadcasts and overall lots of surprises.

Hope you will enjoy this new series!

Böblingen, Sporthalle
March 26, 1970

01 Tuning
02 Black Magic Woman
03 Before The Beginning
04 Like It This Way
05 Only You
06 Madison Blues
07 I Got To Move
08 Rattlesnake Shake  
09 Searching For Madge
10 Worried Dream
11 Coming Your Way
12 World In Harmony
13 I Can't Hold Out
14 Tutti Frutti
15 Albatross
16 Twist And Shout

TT 114:21

Lineage: Lineage: Unknown recording device > n generation tape > Aiwa Tape Deck TC-WE475 > Creative Sound Blaster Recon 3D >
HD > SoundForge Pro 10.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Mick Fleetwood: Drums
Peter Green: Lead Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
John McVie: Bass Guitar
Jeremy Spencer: Vocals, Guitar
Danny Kirwan: Vocals, Guitar

One of the very last recorded shows featuring Peter Green, it somehow closes an era for Fleetwood Mac. He would leave a mere two months
after this show. Typical setlist from 1970 and clearly in the blues zone, as it was for the first FM period.

Strange to listen to Black Magic Woman prior to Santana covering it.

Soundwise this is of course a 46 years old recording, and it shows its age, however this is not too bad to listen to.
You just cannot discuss 70's music without mentioning Fleetwood Mac and the genious of Peter Green!



Yes 1980-09-22 International Amphitheatre Chicago IL



Yes at the International Amphitheatre Chicago Illinois September 22nd 1980

This was one of those recordings that grew on me the more plays it got. The sound was not too hot as the Amphitheater can do to you. But this really ended up a great listening show. Thumbs up on this performance. The show was in the round (revolving center stage) and I believe this was the first of two nights. There was a power failure that lasted 4 or five minutes. The main man from Celebration Flipside (promoter) comes out on stage to explain what had happened.
without Anderson I would have not expected this to be too good. But I was wrong!

Analog Master RB

6th row main floor in front of the stage(in the round).
Cassettes: Maxell XL-I  C-90
DECK: Technics RS-686DS
MICS: Teac ME-80 (NAK CM-300)
Dolby On for recording.

Playback on identical unit.
Dolby off for playback!
Using Chord Company cables from Naim...
Played through the Naim Audio NAC-52 pre-amp
to the Tascam CDR-2000 Standalone.
Mastered to Gold Satin Taiyo Yuden 74-ZY CDR's
PC drive.....Plextor UltraPlex40max CDR-ROM SCSI (W/adaptec 2930)
EAC (1.8X ripping speed or slower on all my uploads)>FLAC>YOU GUYS, Enjoy RB

All my uploads are exactly as the master...RAW! This includes all if any...gaps, cut songs, pops and bad tracking. But if I were you, don't let this discourage you to download.


Lineup : Geoff Downes (Keyboards)
Trevor Horn (Vocals)
Steve Howe (Guitars)
Chris Squire (Bass)
Alan White (Drums)

Setlist :

1.01 Apocalypse ~ Does It Really Happen? (7.28)
1.02 Yours Is No Disgrace (11.25)
1.03 Into The Lens (8.48)
1.04 The Clap (5.31)
1.05 And You And I Part 1 (6.43)
1.06 And You And I Part 2 (3.16)
1.07 Go Through This (4.54)
1.08 Man In A White Car Suite (6.54)
1.09 Parallels (6.00)

2.01 We Can Fly From Here & power failure (10.38)
2.02 Tempus Fugit ~ Amazing Grace (8.09)
2.03 The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (6.31)
2.04 Amazing Grace (3.40)
2.05 Machine Messiah (10.11)
2.06 Starship Trooper (12.21)
2.07 Roundabout (9.05)



Friday, April 29, 2022

Billy Joe Shaver 2009-10-01 Redwood Bar Los Angeles, CA


AT943 -> SP-SPSB-6 -> R-09HR -> USB -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Fast Train To Georgia
03. You Wouldn't Know Love (acapella)
04. Honky Tonk Hero
05. That's What You Said Last Night
06. My Mother's Name Is Victory (acapella)
07. Old Chunk Of Coal
08. When The Fallen Angels Fly
09. Star In My Heart (acapella)
10. Live Forever (acapella)
11. Hottest Thing In Town
12. It's Always Been That Way (Since The Get-Go)
13. When Word Was Thunderbird
14. Found My Weakness In You
15. Driving Nails In My Coffin
16. Honky Tonk Song
17. The Cowboy Who Started The Fight (acapella)    
18. Old Five And Dimer
19. Ride Me Down Easy
20. I wouldn't Be Me Without You (acapella)
21. Try And Try Again
22. You Can't Beat Jesus Christ
23. Magnolia Mother's Love (acapella)
24. You Asked Me To
25. Ragged Old Truck
26. I Will Always Love You
27. Bottom Dollar
28. The First And The Last Time (acapella)



Joe Bonamassa 2007-11-18 Garden Arts Center in New London New London, CT

Joe Bonamassa Band, Sam Bush Band, and Crosby Loggins
Garde Arts Center in New London
New London, Connecticut
November 18, 2007 - Sunday
**** reseed ****

Source: Soundboard > XLR > Tascam HD-P2 @ [24/48]
Mastering: In WaveLab with Nomad Blue Tube Plugins
Rate Conversion with r8brain to [16/44.1] > CDWave > TLH > Flac
Recorded by Unknown Taper mastering by Bill Koucky November 8, 2008

3rd Set:
 - Joe Bonamassa Band

Joe Bonamassa - Guitar, Vocals
Carmine Rojas - Bass
Bogie Bowles - Drums
Rick Melick - Keyboards

1.    Bridge To A Better Day
2.    Walk In My Shadow >
3.    So Many Roads
4.    India > Mountain Time
5.    Another Kind of Love
6.    Sloe Gin
7.    Woke Up Dreaming
8.     – Enter Sam Bush Band –
9.    I Got The Same Old Blues
10.    Blues Deluxe
11.    The Thrill Is Gone
12.    When You Gonna Wake Up?

Time:    102:04

Notes: Last show of a one-week tour so they decided
to play together for the last 4 tunes of the set.
To burn to 4 discs begin d4 with s3t08


Neil Young 1991-04-06 Cow Palace, San Francisco, Ca(different source)

NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE - Cow Palace, San Francisco, California, USA , 06 April 1991

audience recording (unknown equipment):
DAT master (48kHz) -> DAT clone(s) -> optical cable -> Adobe Audition * -> wav -> CD Wave Editor -> wav -> TLH -> flac
* edits, fades, downsampling to 44,1 kHz, BBE Sonic Maximizer processing (settings: Contour:0/Process:1/Output:-1)

Disc 1:
01    Intro
02.    Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
03.    Crime In The City
04.    Blowin' In The Wind
05.    Love To Burn
06.    Cinnamon Girl
07.    Mansion On The Hill
08.    F*!#in' Up

Disc 2:
01.    Cortez The Killer
02.    Powderfinger
03.    Love And Only Love
04.    Rockin' In The Free World
05.    Like A Hurricane
06.    Roll Another Number

    Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards, banjo, harmonica
    Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards, vocals
    Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
    Ralph Molina - drums, vocals



The Rolling Stones Main Street Revisited(Torn and Frayed Productions, 1999)


The Rolling Stones
Main Street Revisited
Mickboy's 22-bit remaster of Exile On Main Street, plus alternates and outtakes
Torn and Frayed Productions, 1999
EAC wav > mkw shn
01.Rocks Off
02.Rip This Joint
03.Hip Shake
04.Casino Boogie
05.Tumbling Dice
06.Sweet Virginia
07.Torn and Frayed
08.Sweet Black Angel
09.Loving Cup
10.Exile on Main Street Blues
11.All down the Line (Mono 45 Alt Take)
12.Get a Line on You
13.Stop Breaking Down
14.Hiway Child
15.I Ain't Lyin'
16.Good Time Women
17.Lovin' Cup (Drunk Version)

02.Turd on the Run
03.Ventilator Blues
04.Just Wanna See His Face
05.Let it Loose
06.All Down the Line
07.Stop Breaking Down
08.Shine a Light
09.Soul Survivor
10.Exile on Main Street Blues 2
11.All Down the Line (Demo)
12.Loving Cup (Video Soundtrack)
13.Hip Shake (Alt Version)
14.I Don't Know the Reason Why
15.Bent Green Needles
16.Sweet Virginia (Alt Version)
17.Shine a Light (Alt Version)


Grateful Dead 1987-04-17 Irvine Meadows Laguna Hills, CA(UltraMatix 141131)

 This is a tagged version of shnid: 141131

Grateful Dead
April 17, 1987
Irvine Meadows
Laguna Hills, 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 > Adobe Audition CC2015 > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/24
(1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 20, 2018

-- Mix changes in Cold Rain And Snow
-- Two sets of masters were used to make this show complete
-- This file set is 16 bit

--Set 1--
101 - Cold Rain And Snow
102 - Little Red Rooster
103 - Friend Of The Devil
104 - It's All Over Now
105 - When Push Comes To Shove
106 - Desolation Row >
107 - Deal
108 - Bill Graham Announcements

--Set 2--
201 - Tuning
202 - Touch Of Grey >
203 - Samson And Delilah
204 - Ship Of Fools
204 - Estimated Prophet >
206 - Eyes Of The World >
207 - Drums >
208 - Space >
209 - The Wheel >
210 - Truckin' >
211 - Stella Blue >
212 - Around And Around >
213 - Good Lovin'

214 - Encore Break
215 - The Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)

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Fleetwood Mac 1970-02-05-07 Boston, MA

******  Track list not completly accurate  ********

Disc 1

101. Black Magic Woman
102. Jumping At Shadows
103. Like It This Way
104. Only You
105. Rattlesnake Shake
106. I Can't Hold Out
107. Got To Move
108. The Green Manalishi  

Disc 2

201. World In Harmony
202. Oh Well  
203. Rattlesnake Shake  
204. Stranger Blues
205. Red Hot Momma
206. Teenage Darling
207. Keep A Knocking
208. Jenny Jenny
209. Encore
Disc 3

301. Jumping At Shadows  
302. Sandy Mary  
303. If You Let Me Love
304. Loving Kind  
305. Coming Your Way  
306. Madison Blues
307. Got To Move (Version One)
30T. 8he Sun Is Shining
309. Oh Baby
310. Tiger
311. Great Balls Of Fire
312. Tutti Frutti
313. On We Jam

Recorded in Boston, M.A. February 5/6/7, 1970 by The Fleetwood Mobile. Remixed from original 8-track masters by Nick Watson, SRT Studios St. Ives England June, 1998 (with the help of Neil Slaven).
From the back cover: "By the turn of the seventies Fleetwood Mac were on a roll, having established themselves as headliners in the United States via repeated touring. In Feb '70 they tapes three consecutive nights at the Boston Tea Party with the view to rush-releasing a live album: the band played out of their skins and the LP would doubtless have been a killer. But within just weeks the mercurial Peter Green - their founder, leader & frontman - had sensationally announced his decision to quit, and the project was shelved. Some of the material eventually crept out on a couple of mid-80's albums, Jumping At Shadows and a double-LP Roots - The Original Fleetwood Mac Live in Concert. However, these were poorly-compiled affairs, with patchy sound quality, a problem which worsened steadily with subsequent reissue packages. Following the recent discovery of the original 8-track master tapes they have all now been remixed & remastered. A further nine previously unissued performances were also found, and the material has been extensively re-compiled to take into consideration the original set sequencings. As you'll hear, these were breathtaking gigs: this is the first Volume in a 3-CD set which will bring these devastating performances to life."


Grateful Dead 1969-04-17 The Quadrangle St. Louis, MO(first of this date to circulate)

Grateful Dead - April 17, 1969
The Quadrangle - St. Louis, MO
Washington University

Recording Info:
SBD > Cassette Master (Ampex C-90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master > DAT (44.1k) > FLAC

Mastering Info:
FLAC > Samplitude Pro X6 Suite > FLAC/16
(2 Discs Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

Recorded by Bear
Cassette Transfer by Dick Latvala
DAT Transfer by Rob Eaton
Mastered by Charlie Miller
April 27, 2022

-- Thanks to Rob Eaton for transferring his DAT for me (you rock bro!!)

Set 1:
01 - Introduction
02 - Hard To Handle
03 - Morning Dew
04 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
05 - Dark Star >
06 - Saint Stephen >
07 - I Know It's A Sin >
08 - Saint Stephen >
09 - Turn On Your Lovelight

Set 2:
10 - Tuning
11 - That's It For The Other One >
12 - Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)


Del Amitri 1987-01-23 Marquee Theater London,England

 Date:     1987-01-23
Venue:     Marquee Theater London,England
Media:     CDR
Number:     1
Source:     AUD
Quality:     A
Notes:     Setlist
This Side Of The Morning
Heard Through A Wall
The King Is Poor
Tears And Trickery
Fountain Girl
When I Want You
Hammer And Peach
It's All Over Now (cover of the Rolling Stones song)
Lines Running North
The Good Dream
Hammering Heart
Life Going Backwards
Sticks And Stones Girl
Brown Eyed Girl (cover of the Van Morrison song)



Bruce Springsteen 1975-09-13 Music Hall Houston, TX

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
So Dark Tonight
Music Hall
Houston, TX
September 13, 1975
ER Archives Vol. 9 via JEMS

Soundboard Recording (equipment unknown)

JEMS 2014 Transfer: very likely 2nd generation reel to reel tapes > Otari 5050mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX click repair > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (speed correction) > resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / manual click removal / edit / indexing) > xACT > FLAC

01 Incident on 57th Street
02 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
03 Spirit in the Night
04 Pretty Flamingo
05 Growin' Up
06 Saint in the City
07 The E Street Shuffle (splice)
08 She's the One
09 Born to Run
201 Thunder Road
202 Kitty's Back (splice)
203 Jungleland
204 Rosalita
205 Sandy
15 Quarter to Three
16 Carol > Lucille
17 Twist and Shout

Welcome back to the ninth in a series of releases from the ER Archives, the collection of an active '70s taper and trader who stepped away from collecting, leaving his tapes dormant until now. ER's collection contains previously uncirculated shows as well as upgrades to circulating tapes, both audience and soundboard. He used high-end tape decks and good tape, so his copies of even well-known shows have proven to be improvements.

Installment 9 is an upgrade to another soundboard classic: the Music Hall in Houston, September 13, 1975. As explained in detail here (, the ER Archive tapes of this show were copied from Ed Sciaky's reels in the late '70s. And like previous soundboard transfers in this series, to our ears it is a clear upgrade. Samples provided.

In preparing Houston for release, I found myself asking, "Why isn't this show more beloved?" It is the first extant soundboard recording after Atlanta 8/23/75 (ER Archive Vol. 8), and the three weeks that followed included the tour's first two-week break. As such, the band is both recharged and rehearsed. Comparing sets between ATL and HOU we see the addition of three songs from Born to Run--"Tenth Avenue Freeze-out," "Thunder Road" and "Jungleland"--putting more emphasis on the new album, though the show opens in the past with a lovely "Incident on 57th Street," as good as any we have from board sources on the '75 tour. Perhaps its the quality of ER's reels, but I had never previously noted that someone sings along with Springsteen for several lines in "Incident," starting with the lyric "With bruised arms and broken rhythm." But who?

The show ends as appealingly as it begins, as a raucous crowd is clearly lifting Bruce's spirits, leading to a rollicking version of "Carol" straight into "Lucille." The band is them summoned back for "Twist and Shout." In between those sublime bookends is the first known performance of Manfred Mann's "Pretty Flamingo," complete with the story of the girl walking by Bruce's porch that would be retold all the way through The River tour, when it was part of "I Wanna Merry You", "Jungleland" is strong; "Kitty" too.

This is one of the clearer '75 board tapes, and though it is wanting for more guitar in the mix at times, the rest of the band could not sound closer.

Once again carrying this tape over the finish line is our comrade MJK5510. Thanks to him for final polish and prepping.

And of course, thanks once again to the ER Archive for opening up the vault doors and sharing this recording with the fans. Feel free to let him know how you feel in the comments.



ARW (Anderson Rabin Wakeman) 2016-10-30 Byham Theater Pittsburgh, PA

 Anderson Rabin Wakeman) - "The Straight And Stronger Course"

Sunday, October 30, 2016
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Byham Theater

Format: Recorded in 24-bit/44.1kHz
Source: Audience Digital Master
Equipment: A Pair of Milab VM-44 Link Cardioids ~> Marantz PMD661 (Oade CM)
Location: Orch Center - Row M - Rick side
Taper: ninjadave
Mastering: relayer35/ninjadave


Total Time [2:09:41]

01 - Intro "Orchestral Change" > Cinema [3:54]
02 - Perpetual Change [7:13]
03 - Hold On [7:46]
04 - I've Seen All Good People [8:09]
05 - Drum Solo [3:07]
06 - Lift Me Up [7:02]
07 - And You And I [10:29]
08 - Rhythm of Love [6:32]
09 - Heart of the Sunrise [11:33]
10 - Changes [6:50]
11 - Long Distance Runaround [3:39]
12 - The Fish [6:34]
13 - The Meeting [4:06]
14 - "Awaken Prelude" > Awaken [22:40]
15 - Make It Easy > Owner of a Lonely Heart [9:40]
16 - "Encore Break" [2:28]
17 - Roundabout [7:50]


This PGH show was originally postponed due to the hurricane that hit Florida and they re-routed the tour to go back to Florida on the night this show was to happen to make up the show they cancelled in Ft Lauderdale the week before and that initally pissed me off royally but it all worked out since they had a lot more shows under their belt when they finally got to Pgh. The Pgh show had initially sold poorly anyway and they moved the show to a smaller theater so it made sense why they did this in hindsight. "Changes" also made its way into the set by then too...a good thing!!! I had a prime middle/right seat and the sound was pretty good as you can tell. With the RRHoF induction, and the new NA tour annoucement as "YES" featuring ARW, its a bummer they are not coming back to PGH but I can surely understand why, based on how the first show sold. I hope they put some more Rabin era songs in the show cause I'm going to see them in Akron, especially off of TALK...which I think is such an underrated album. With that said, this was a fairly balanced setlist overall. With the talk of new music as well, that is either going to force "replacments" or maybe a longer show, I hope its a LONGER SHOW!

Even though I love Steve Howe's playing, Alan White is basically a shell of himself (based on the RRHoF songs performance), I truely feel the ARW version of the "Yes" band is the only one that matters to me. I hope they can keep it going for a couple years at least. This show was not perfect, but overall, a pretty good performance.

They are clearly a band that hasn't played in long time together, Rabin's rust is very apparent this night at times but its hard to complain when he hasn't toured in nearly 20+ years. It will only get better if they can keep it rolling and it appears they are doing that with more dates announced. I doubt they will change anything up in Japan since its such a short set of dates and prior to anything new being recorded, but the new NA dates have potential for some new additions. I say at least, drop "The Fish" and add a "shortened" rearranged "Real Love" and "Hearts" plus a new song or two and its a KILLER set! I got my ticket for the Akron show as that is about the closest gig to me and it appears that is the better venue compared to the other show I was considering - Reading Pa (and the Akron ticket was much cheaper and a better overall seat!). Let's hope the gear captures a good one!!! I included the only related picture I took that night, I can't believe I didn't take any inside of the show!

BIG thanks to relayer35 for helping me master this. It's mostly his master --- I just made a minor low end EQ bump and then bumped the overall levels a tiny bit more.

There are no fades in the tracks. I suggest starting Disc 2 with Track 10 if burning to CDr.

Repost if you like, but please, keep info and file set intact.

UPPED April 2017 by ninjadave.


Yes Gold Volume 28 - The Three Album Tour 2013-2014

Yes Gold Volume 28 - The Three Album Tour 2013-2014

Leaves of Green 29 Mar 2013 Cruise to the Edge From 'Cruise To The Edge Storytellers (Tapehead2)'
Mood for a Day 29 Mar 2013 Cruise to the Edge From 'Cruise To The Edge Storytellers (Tapehead2)'
America 9 Apr 2014 Cruise To The Edge From 'Cruise To The Edge MSC Divina (Lostbrook)'
Tempus Fugit 9 Apr 2014 Cruise To The Edge From 'Cruise To The Edge MSC Divina (Lostbrook)'
Heart of the Sunrise 9 Apr 2014 Cruise To The Edge From 'Cruise To The Edge MSC Divina (Lostbrook)'

Tracks from the main set are not included due to publicized plans to release a DVD from an unnamed date on the European Tour ( 


John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episode 138-139




Yes 1980-09-16 War Memorial Rochester, NY



Ripped, converted to .shn, and shared by dave ;]
Received as: 1980, 09-16 - MichelD
Seeded on Dime Aug 2008 by vs

Lineage: ?>CDR Trade>EAC>Wav>Shn

Track List:

Disc One
1.01 Close Encounters Intro ~ Does It Really Happen? (7.57)
1.02 Yours Is No Disgrace (10.52)
1.03 Into The Lens (8.16)
1.04 Go Through This  (4.24)
1.05 Man In A White Car Suite (6.51)
1.06 Parallels (6.10)
1.07 We Can Fly From Here (6.44)
1.08 Tempus Fugit (5.30)
1.09 The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (5.49)
1.10 Machine Messiah (10.46)

Forgotten Yesterdays info:

Yes - Drama Tour
Date : Tuesday, September 16, 1980
City : Rochester, New York, United States Of America
Venue : Rochester War Memorial
Capacity : 9,200

Lineup : Geoff Downes  (Keyboards)
Trevor Horn  (Vocals)
Steve Howe  (Guitars)
Chris Squire  (Bass)
Alan White  (Drums)
Setlist :
Young Persons Guide To The Orchestra
Does It Really Happen?
Yours Is No Disgrace
Into The Lens
And You And I
Go Through This
Man In The White Car Suite
We Can Fly From Here
Tempus Fugit
Amazing Grace/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)
Machine Messiah
Starship Trooper


Neil Young 1973-11-09 City Hall, Newcastle, England

Neil Young and The Santa Monica Flyers
09 November 1973
City Hall, Newcastle, England

Audience Master Recording > ? > CDR > EAC Secure > FLACFrontend (8)

91:27 minutes - Sound:Very Good (-)

Disc One - 48:25 minutes
 1. Tonight's The Night
 2. Mellow My Mind
 3. World On A String
 4. Speakin' Out
 5. Albuquerque
 6. < interlude >
 7. New Mama
 8. Roll Another Number
 9. < interlude >
10. Tired Eyes
11. < interlude >
12. Tonight's The Night

Disc Two - 43:02 minutes
 1. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
 2. Human Highway
 3. Helpless
 4. Cinnamon Girl
 5. Southern Man
 6. The Losing End
 7. < band intro >
 8. Don't Be Denied

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


The Rolling Stones More Fast Numbers(DAC-097)


 The Rolling Stones More Fast Numbers(DAC-097)

When The Whip Comes Down
Start Me Up
I Can't Help It
Miss You
Just My Imagination
Munich Hilton
When The Whip Comes Down
I Can't Help It

Some Girls
The Way She Held Me Tight
Beast Of Burden
I Need You
Do You Think I Really Care
Fiji Jim
Miss You
A Different Kind
Far Away Eyes
Hang Fire
When The Whip Comes Down



Thursday, April 28, 2022

The Beatles Complete February 11 To March 5, 1963 (The remaining Please Please Me sessions and remixes Liberated Silent Sea bootleg)

February 11 To March 5, 1963

The remaining Please Please Me sessions and remixes
Liberated Silent Sea bootleg

FEBRUARY 11, 1963
1. Anna (Go To Him) - take 3, RS1
2. Boys - take 1
3. Boys - take 1, 1976 remix
4. Chains - take 1
5. Twist And Shout - take 2, RS1
6. Twist And Shout - take 2, 1976 remix
FEBRUARY 20, 1963
7. Money - take 6, US edit
8. Misery - take 16
9. Baby It's You - take 5
MARCH 5, 1963
10-23. From Me To You
24-36. Thank You Girl
37-41. One After 909
42-44. From Me To You - unknown take
45-46. One After 909 - edit of takes 4 & 5


Joe Bonamassa 2007-11-05 Three Clans Ballroom Oneida Casino Green Bay, WI

Joe Bonamassa
Three Clans Ballroom
Oneida Casino
Green Bay, WI
November 5, 2007

Studio Project C4's ORFT 9' FOB DFC > Denecke PS-2 > Lo-to-Hi Line Transformers > R-09 Line-In > USB > CDWAV > FLAC > YOU

Disc One
01 Bridge to Better Days
02 Walk in my Shadows
03 So Many Roads
04 Mountain Time
05 Another Kind of Love
06 Sloe Gin
07 Intro
08 High Water Everywhere
09 If Heartaches Were Nickels
10 Woke Up Dreaming

Disc Two
01 Django
02 Just Got Paid (w/Dazed & Confused & Drum Solo)
03 Ball Peen Hammer
04 Asking Around for You
05 Miss You, Hate You
06 Danny's Song (Kenny & Crosby Loggins)
07 World Turning (Kenny & Crosby Loggins)

Radio Advertisement included. (Thanks to BKyle)

No Artwork.

Crosby Loggins, Kenny's son, was the opener and for the first time ever, Kenny joined his son on Crosby's stage.
Crosby is the first artist besides Joe that is signed to Joe's record label.
I did not record the entire Crosby set, but when Kenny walked out and ran to my rig in time to catch the final 2 songs.

This recording took a lot of effort. DO NOT redistribute in any lossy format.


Grateful Dead April 1987-04-11UIC Pavilion Chicago, IL(UltraMatrix 140941)

 This is a tagged version of shnid: 140941

Grateful Dead
April 11, 1987
UIC Pavilion
Chicago, IL

Recording Info:
FM (WXRT) > Cassette Master (TDK SA-X90)

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)U. of Illinois

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
February 7, 2018

-- Static in Man Smart (Woman Smarter)
-- Recorded at the show by The Grateful Dead sound crew
-- This file set is 16 bit

--Set 1--
101-01 - Tuning
102-02 - Hell In A Bucket >
103-03 - Sugaree
104-04 - New Minglewood Blues
105-05 - Loser
106-06 - Tons Of Steel >
107-07 - Desolation Row
108-08 - Big Railroad Blues
109-09 - The Music Never Stopped

--Set Break--
110-10 - Radio Station DJ's

--Set 2--
201-11 - Touch Of Grey >
202-12 - Man Smart (Women Smarter) >
203-13 - Terrapin Station >
204-14 - Drums >
205-15 - Space >
206-16 - Truckin' >
207-17 - Wharf Rat >
208-18 - Throwing Stones >
209-19 - Not Fade Away

210-20 - Not Fade Away
211-21 - Black Muddy River

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Bob Dylan1991-08-09 Estadio Obras Sanitarias Buenos Aries, Argentina

 Bob Dylan, 8/9/91, Buenos Aires, 2CDR

LB-8787, (48min+45min), cut/tape flip between cd1 and cd2, missing very beginning of d2t1, Fade in d1t1/fade out d2t8, lineage : CDR Trade>eac>wav>TLH>flac 6; bittorrent download 08/10; sound quality varies from C- to B; good sound [C+]

drop/cut between tracks

1.New Morning 2.Lay Lady Lay 3.All Along The Watchtower 4.I'll Remember You 5.Gotta Serve Somebody 6.Wiggle Wiggle 7.When I Paint My Masterpiece 8.Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 9.Trail Of The Buffalo (trad. arr. Woody Guthrie)10. Blowin' In The Wind

1.The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll 2.Boots Of Spanish Leather 3.Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat4. Everything Is Broken 5.I Believe In You 6.Maggie's Farm 7.Lenny Bruce 8.Ballad Of A Thin Man

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


Queen 1977-11-23 Spectrum Phildelphia, PA




Phildelphia, Pennsylvania

1st Of 2 Nights

Audience Recording  

Inherited CDRs from a QUEEN Collector 


Uploaded by;"Lucifer Burns" 

Disc 1 

1. Intro - We Will Rock You (2:05)

2. We Will Rock You [Fast] (3:12)

3. Brighton Rock (3:59)

4. Somebody To Love (6:16)

5. It's Late (7:10)

6. Death On Two Legs (3:02)

7. Killer Queen (1:55)

8. Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy (2:29)

9. I'm In Love With My Car (2:07)

10. Get Down, Make Love (3:48)

11. The Millionaire Waltz (3:25)

12. You're My Best Friend (1:57)

13. Ogre Battle (1:18)

14. Spread Your Wings (5:30)

15. Liar (10:12)

Disc 2 

1. Love Of My Life (3:41)

2. '39 (3:44)

3. My Melancholy Blues (4:04)

4. White Man (4:08)

5. The Prophet's Song (13:53)

6. Keep Yourself Alive (5:07)

7. Stone Cold Crazy (2:26)

8. Bohemian Rhapsody (5:24)

9. Now I'm Here (4:10)

10. Tie Your Mother Down (3:42)

11. We Will Rock You (1:53)

12. We Are The Champions (3:50)

13. Sheer Heart Attack (1:35)

14. Jailhouse Rock (4:55)

15. God Save The Queen (0:28)



BRIAN MAY- Electric & Acoustic Guitars/Backing Vocals 

JOHN DEACON- Bass Guitar 

ROGER TAYLOR- Drums/Backing Vocals/Tambourine 

This upload is in no way supposed to represent the "definitive" version of this particular concert or recording. 

If some one has a better copy or different source, please upload it!! 



Eric Clapton 2001-11-29 Tokyo, Japan

This is a series of Eric Clapton's complete tour of Japan in November & December 2001

All concerts are from Final Chapter - The Complete Japan Tour 2001 - 32 CD Box Set EXCEPT for Double Layla Tokyo, Japan - December 4, 2001

The complete original upload list is:-

* Clapton 2001.11.19 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.21 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.22 Osaka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.24 Nagoya - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.26 Fukuoka - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.28 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.29 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.11.30 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.03 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.04 Tokyo - Double Layla
* Clapton 2001.12.05 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.08 Sendai - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.10 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.11 Tokyo - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.14 Yokohama - Final Chapter
* Clapton 2001.12.15 Yokohama - Final Chapter 

Final Chapter
2001 Japan Tour Complete - EC Is Here - Aud 5

Disc 13: Tokyo, November 29th

Key to the Highway
Got You On My Mind
Tears in Heaven
Layla (acoustic)
Bell Bottom Blues
Change the World
River of Tears
Goin' Down Slow
She's Gone

Disc 14: Tokyo, November 28th

I Want a Little Girl
Hoochie Coochie Man
Stormy Monday
Wonderful Tonight
Layla (electric)
Sunshine of Your Love
Somewhere Over the Rainbow


Neil Young 1973-11-15 Queen's College, New York, NY(late show)

Neil Young and The Santa Monica Flyers
15 November 1973, Late Show
Queen's College, New York, NY

Master Audience Recording > ? > CDR > EAC Secure > FLAC Frontend (8)

88:09 minutes - Sound: Fair (+) to Good

Disc One 45:28 minutes
 1. Don't Be Denied
 2. When You Dance, I Can Really Love
 3. Tonight's The Night
 4. World On A String
 5. New Mama
 6. Roll Another Number
 7. Tired Eyes
 8. The Needle And The Damage Done
 9. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
10. Human Highway
11. Helpless

Disc Two - 42:41 minutes
 1. I Believe In You
 2. Cinnamon Girl
 3. Cowgirl In The Sand
 4. The Losing End
 5. Tonight's The Night


The Rolling Stones More Fast Numbers (Rebel Yell Factory)


Hi gang!

It's time to upload some stuff over here!
What we have today is a collection of alternates and outtakes recorded in Paris back in 1977.
Some of this stuff is quite common, some a bit rarer, but all are in the best quality available, afaik.
I've got these quite a while ago, back in the snail mail trading days from a japanese trader.
These boots are on the Rebel Yell Factory label. I've got two of these (both will be uploaded).
I've never seen any on any torrent site. And I have no infos on other releases on this label.
So if you know something, drop a line!
So just burn these babies, give em a spin, take a sip of Jack Daniel's, crank the amp way up and ENJOY!


CD> CDR>snail mail from Japan to France>HD flac>torrent>YOU!
artwork included

01 Miss You 

02 When The Whip Comes Down 

03 Respectable #1
04 Lies #1
05 Munich Hilton (Rotten Roll-Inst)
06 Everlasting Is My Love (A Different Kind)
07 Fiji Jim
08 Yellow Cab (Do You Think I Really Care)
09 Misty Roads (The Way She Held Me Tight)
10 I Need You
11 Shattered #1(Inst)
12 Before They Make Me Run

01 When The Whip Comes Down #2
02 Lies #2
03 Shattered #2 (Inst)
04 Everything Is Turning To Gold
05 Miss You #2
06 When The Whip Comes Down #307 Just My Imagination
08 Some Girls
09 Lies #310 Far Away Eyes #1
11 Respectable #2
12 Beast Of Burden
13 Far Away Eyes #2


John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episode 136-137


90-35: Double Fantasy, Part 3 (August 27-September 2, 1990)
I Wanna Be Your Man - (Live/BBC)
Can't Buy Me Love - (Live/BBC)
(Just Like) Starting Over
Beautiful Boys
[Cleanup Time (vocal overdub punch-ins)]
Clean Up Time
Everyman Has A Woman Who Loves Him
I'm Moving On
Carol - The Beatles (Live/BBC)
Soldier Of Love - The Beatles (Live/BBC)
[Give Me Something (partial)]
Yes, I'm Your Angel
Hard Times Are Over

90-36: Live Peace In Toronto (September 3-9, 1990)
Blue Suede Shoes - POB
Money - POB
Dizzy Miss Lizzie - POB
Cold Turkey - POB
Fame - David Bowie
Don't Worry Kyoko - POB [partial]
Give Peace A Chance - POB
Love Me Do - The Beatles
How Do You Do It - The Beatles
Please Please Me - The Beatles


Lindsey Buckingham 2022-04-22 Kent Stage Kent, OH

Lindsey Buckingham
April 22nd, 2022.
Kent Stage - Kent, OH.

Taper:      Charles Dewey Cole, IV <>
Location:   FLR L, Row G - Seat 8
Source:     HEB DPA4060 > CS BB > Sony PCM-A10 (24 bit @48kHz) >  
            Adobe Audition 3.0 (dithered to 16 bit @44.1kHz) > Cd Wave > FLAC
Conversion: Charles Dewey Cole, IV <>
Equipment:  Sony PCM-A10 > (USB) @ 48kHz > 44.1kHz > Cd Wave

Total Time: (1:51:10)

01. Not Too Late                5:58
02. In Our Own Time                4:36
03. Soul Drifter                3:52
04. Stars Are Crazy                4:59
05. I Must Go                    5:05
06. Doing What I Can                5:31
07. Shut Us Down                8:57
08. Trouble                    5:15
09. Never Going Back Again            5:45
10. Big Love                    6:25
11. Scream                    2:25
12. I Don't Mind                4:35
13. On The Wrong Side                4:06
14. Swan Song                    3:52
15. Second Hand News                3:20
16. Tusk                    4:55
17. I'm So Afraid                9:25
18. Go Your Own Way                5:18
19. ~ Encore ~                    7:00
20. Love Is Here To Stay            5:07
21. Time                    4:44


I had to do quite a few adjustments to this one in post, the volume was
all over the place with the quiet solo acoustic numbers and the full band.
It doesnt sound perfect, but its close enough. Please note, 2 gentlemen in
front of me decided to talk during the first few songs (very faintly) and I
finally "shushed!" them during "Trouble" and they immediately looked back
(not knowing where it came from) and shut up. This show was so hard to get
a ticket to (only 642 tickets selling out in a day!), why come and talk?
Ridiculous. The recording is pretty good to great at times. We were seated
during the majority of the show until "Tusk" when everyone decided it was
a good time to stand. During "On The Wrong Side" and "Second Hand News",
some women decided to stand up and dance in front of the left facing PA
and because of this, the audio is a little lopsided. I tried balancing
these songs in post, but they just sound a little flatter than the rest
of the show. Thankfully after "Second Hand News", they were allowed at the
front of the stage when everyone else stood. Minor complaints.

After 2019, I did not think I would see Lindsey again. Grateful he is back
on the road supporting some new material and playing for all of us again.

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