Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Grateful Dead 1974-10-18 Winterland Arena San Francisco, CA(110701)

Grateful Dead - October 18, 1974
Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
Set 1: SBD -> Master Reel -> Reel -> Reel -> PCM -> Dat (44.1k)
Set 2: SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat (44.1k)
Set 3: SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony R500) -> Tascam SS-R05 -> Samplitude Professional v11.1.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
November 19, 2010

-- Tracked by set, not by disc
-- This transfer is much better than the previous transfer
-- The first 2:14 of the show is patched from an audience recording
-- The first 18 minutes of Set 2 is patched from the Set 1 SBD source
-- 2 seconds of diginoise in Seastones (19:23 - 19:25)
-- Set 1 was pitch corrected with Adobe Audition v3.0
-- The patch in the beginning of Seastones was also pitch corrected
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

Set 1:
s1t01 - Introduction
s1t02 - Around And Around
s1t03 - Sugaree
s1t04 - Beer Barrel Polka
s1t05 - Mexicali Blues
s1t06 - Peggy-O
s1t07 - Beat It On Down The Line
s1t08 - Brown Eyed Women
s1t09 - Cumberland Blues
s1t10 - El Paso
s1t11 - Tennessee Jed
s1t12 - Jack Straw
s1t13 - Row Jimmy
s1t14 - Weather Report Suite

Set 2:
s2t01 - Seastones ->
s2t02 - Jam ->
s2t03 - Dark Star ->
s2t04 - Morning Dew
s2t05 - Crowd

Set 3:
s3t01 - Promised Land ->
s3t02 - Bertha ->
s3t03 - Greatest Story Ever Told
s3t04 - Ship Of Fools
s3t05 - Not Fade Away ->
s3t06 - Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
s3t07 - One More Saturday Night

s3t08 - U.S. Blues



Bruce Springsteen 1981-01-21 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Ontario(earlmv)


Title: From Asbury Park In Love (earlmv version)
Format: 3cd
Source: Audience                
Date: 21 st January 1981
Location: Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ONT

Transfer/Trade and Generation Info: cdr trade -> db poweramp -> magix audio lab -> traders little helper -> .flac (Level 8)    

Upload include md5 file, ffp file, spectral/frequency analysis and artwork.

Disc 1:
01. Out In The Street
02. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
03. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
04. Independence Day
05. Who'll Stop The Rain
06. Prove It All Night
07. Two Hearts
08. The Promised Land
09. The Price You Pay (w/ different verse)
10. The River
11. Badlands
12. Thunder Road

Disc 2:
01. Cadillac Ranch
02. Sherry Darling
03. Hungry Heart
04. Fire
05. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
06. 4th Of July, Asbury Park (sandy)
07. Growin' Up
08. Fade Away
09. Stolen Car
10. Wreck On The Highway
11. Candy's Room
12. Ramrod

Disc 3:
01. Backstreets
02. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
03. I'm A Rocker
04. Jungleland
05. Born To Run
06. Detroit Medley (w/ I Hear A Train)
07. Raise Your hand

D1 T09 - fades in
D2 T03 - cuts in the middle, fades in
First Track (Night) is missing.




Dire Straits 1980-12-10 City Hall, Newcastle, UK

1. Once upon a time in the West
2. Expresso Love
3. Down to the Waterline
4. Lions
5. Skateaway
6. Romeo and Juliet

1. In the gallery
2. News
3. Sultans of swing
4. Mark Knopfler telling the story about Les Boys
5. Improvisations by Alan Clark
6. Les Boys
7. Portobello Belle
8. Angel of Mercy
9. Intro Tunnel of Love

City Hall, Newcastle, UK, 10th December 1980.

Additional comments:
Audience recording from the City Hall in Newcastle. Very special because it is one of the rare times they play in the hometown of Mark Knopfler and Alan Clark. Cool version of In the Gallery (as usual with the late 1980 versions). Interesting intro to Down To The Waterline. Mark talks a lot between the songs which is not so usual. He tells the story about Les Boys accompanied by the band who plays some disco music and Mark even sings some. Alan improvises a lot and then plays the usual Lili Marlene intro. The most interesting version of Les Boys. Nice overall performance. Sound quality is not perfect but enjoyable to listen to. Available on two CD-R's.




The Band 1976-08-29 Music Inn Lenox, MA

The band
Music Inn, Lenox, MA

source: aud 1st gen cassette

master taped by Jim Andersen
akg d200e's>sony tc-152

lineage: mac>cassette(1)

transferred & seeded by Rob Berger
thanks to Dave Carey for loaning me
his cassette

one disc: 77:24

01 - Ring Your Bell
02 - The Shape I'm In
03 - The Weight
04 - It Makes No Difference
05 - King Harvest
06 - Ophelia
07 - Stage Freight
08 - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down>
09 - Across The Great Divide
10 - Twilight
11 - Up On Cripple Creek
12 - Genetic Method>
13 - Chest Fever
14 - Life Is A Canival
15 - Forbidden Fruit
16 - Wheels On Fire

notes: missing last song - W.S. Wallcot Medicine Show



Van Halen 2012-02-18 KFC Yum! Center Louisville, KY

Van Halen
February 18, 2012
KFC Yum! Center
Louisville, Kentucky

Source: Sound Professionals CMC-08s (AT943)->SP-SB11(no bass roll-off)->Edirol R09HR->
CoolEditPro->CD Wave->TLH
Taper: ironchef

Total time:  107:52

01.  You Really Got Me
02.  Runnin' With the Devil
03.  She's the Woman
04.  Romeo Delight
05.  Tattoo
06.  Everybody Wants Some!!
07.  Somebody Get Me a Doctor
08.  China Town
09.  Mean Street
10.  (Oh) Pretty Woman
11.  Al solo
12.  Unchained
13.  That's the Trouble With Never
14.  Dance the Night Away
15.  I'll Wait
16.  Hot For Teacher
17.  Women in Love
18.  Outta Love
19.  Beautiful Girls
20.  Ice Cream Man
21.  Panama
22.  Ed solo
23.  Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
24.  Jump

Notes:  First show of the new tour.  One hell of a show with a nice mix of new songs,
the usuals and a few surprises.  I recorded from Ed's side of the stage.  Section 104 row EE.  
It's the last row of the section, but that didn't stop people from congregating in the walkway
behind me.  It's a solid recording overall with only a little crowd noise at a few spots.
TAPERS BEWARE:  I was expecting them to come on at 9:00, and they hit the stage a
few minutes early with the house lights still on and without warning. I was already
rolling, so nothing was missed.



Sam Bush Band 2002-02-17 Van Duzer Theatre Arcata, CA

Sam Bush Band  17-Feb-2002
Van Duzer Theatre, Humboldt State University, Arcata CA


Master: Sbd > DAT Master @44.1kHz (Sbd > Tascam DA-P1 > coax > Sony TCD-D100) > DAT Clone (direct clone from master: Sony TCD-D8 > coax > Sony PCM-R500)

Transfer: DAT (Sony DTC-59ES) > SPIDF > WAV (Tascam HD-P2) > TLH > Unindexed FLAC > FLAC Frontend (v. > WAV > Sound Forge (v. 6.0) > CDWAV (v.1.71) > FLAC Frontend (v. > FLAC

Mastered by Doug Lantelme
DAT>Unindexed FLAC transfer by twatts
Unindexed FLAC>WAV>FLAC transfer by Dan Gale (dgale@loslobos.org)

1st Set:
01. (Introduction)
02. Longer Boats >
03. Coming In From The Cold
04. Eight More Miles to Louisville
05. They're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
06. Whayasay
07. (Band Introduction)
08. It Ain't No Trouble To Me
09. With A Vamp In The Middle
10. Old Joe Clark

2nd Set:
11. North Country Fair
12. Ozzie and Max
13. Memphis In The Meantime >
14. What You Don't Know
15. Speak Of The Devil
16. Same Old River
17. (Happy Birthday to John Randall Stewart)
18. Howlin' At The Moon
19. (Crew Introduction)
20. Sapporo

21. Sailin' Shoes >
22. Crossroads >
23. Sailin' Shoes

Sam Bush - mandolin, vocals
Byron House - bass
Chris Brown - drums
John Randall Stewart - guitar, vocals



Pearl Jam 2000 Soundchecks

Pearl Jam

6.25.00 - Berlin, Germany [soundcheck]
Source: Schoeps MK5 (cardioid) > R-mod > Sony PCM-M1 > DAT3 > DigiEdit > CDR > WAV > FLAC16

1. Crazy Mary            8:25
2. Crazy Mary            6:42
3. Crazy Mary            6:11
4. Interstellar Overdrive Jam    1:50
5. Baba O'Riley            7:17


8.2.00 - Virginia Beach, VA [soundcheck/rehearsal]

Source: SS > D100 > dED > CDR > ? > WAV > FLAC16

Disc 1
01. Of The Girl
02. Light Years
03. Insignificance
04. Faithfull
05. Thin Air
06. Sleight Of Hand
07. Evacuation
08. Grievance
09. Grievance [instrumental]
10. Breakerfall
11. Parting Ways
12. Gods' Dice
13. Pilate

Disc 2
01. Pilate
02. Timeless Melody
03. MFC
04. Present Tense


8.4.00 - Charlotte, NC [soundcheck]

Source: AKG 460b + CK63 > Beyer pre-amp > Sony TCD-D8 {incomplete} > CDR > WAV > FLAC16

1. Breakerfall
2. Oceans
3. Hail, Hail
4. Leatherman
5. Present Tense


10.07.00 - Auburn Hills, MI [soundcheck]

Source: Radio Shack CTR-22 cass-M > cass2 > DAT > CDR > ? > WAV > FLAC16

1. Rival
2. In My Tree
3. Parting Ways
4. Parting Ways
5. In Hiding
6. Release


10.11.00 - Maryland Heights, MO [soundcheck]

Source: AT831 > SP P/S@69kHz > MZ-R55 MD (M) > analog out > CDR (1) > DAT > WAV > SHN > WAV > CDR > WAV > FLAC16

1. Jam / U
2. Jam
3. U
4. U
5. Sonic Reducer
6. Sonic Reducer
7. Sonic Reducer
8. Sonic Reducer
9. Sonic Reducer


10.12.00 - Bonner Springs, KS

Source: CSC [low cost] > Sharp MD-MT15 MiniDisc-M > MD [1] > CDR [2] > DAT > CDR > WAV > FLAC16

1. Jam
2. Jam
3. U
4. U
5. U / Jam


10.22.00 - Las Vegas, NV [soundcheck]

Source: Aiwa CM-TS22 > Sony MZ-R37 MiniDisc > cass > DAT2 > CDR > WAV > FLAC16

1. Crown Of Thorns [cuts in]
2. Crown Of Thorns
3. Better Man
4. Black [partial]
5. Can't Help Falling In Love
6. Can't Help Falling In Love
7. Can't Help Falling In Love


Yes 2011-07-22 Winstar Casino Thackerville, OK

Thackerville OK
Winstar Casino
July 22, 2011

5th row  center section

SP Core Mics> Battery box with Bass Rolloff at 16Hz>
Zoom H4n 24 bit 48 htz >HDD>Goldwave to split the file and convert to 16 bit>
traders little helper flac level 7

Tempus Fugit;
Yours Is No Disgrace;
I’ve Seen All Good People;
Fly From Here;
Owner of a Lonely Heart;
Starship Trooper;

Rather short show from Yes as well as the Styx show being short. This show does not have Heart of the Sunrise
 or And You And I like other of the Yes sets I have seen. The show was still really good. I think Steve Howe was probably
the most impressive of the bunch. Some of the shows I have heard on dime he was somehat buried in the mix but
he was right up front here most of the time. It had been since the 90125 tour since I had seen Yes. There was nothing flashy about the show.
Just some good enjoyable music on a Friday night.


New Grass Revival 1989-04-28 Merle Watson Memorial Bluegrass Festival North Wilkesboro, NC

New Grass Revival
Merle Watson Memorial Bluegrass Festival
North Wilkesboro, NC
April 28, 1989 - Friday

Source: 1st Gen Cassette Unknown Mics > Sony D-5M
Tape supplied by Alf Houck from William Morgan
Transfer: Nakamichi DR-1 > Edirol UA-5 @ [24/44.1] > USB > WaveLab
Mastering: Nomad EQ PEQ322 and LM-662 > dithered to [16/44.1] >
CD Wave > TLH > Flac Mastered by Bill Koucky, April 21, 2008

Sam Bush – Mandolin, Fiddle
Béla Fleck – Banjo
Pat Flynn – Guitar
John Cowan – Bass

Peter Rowan - Guitar
Wayne Hayes – Guitar
Doc Watson – Guitar

Watson Stage

1.    County Claire
2.    Calling Baton Rouge
3.    Friday Night In America
4.    Plant Your Fields
5.    Revival
6.    Band Intros
7.    Do What You Gotta Do
8.    When The Storm Is Over
9.    Big Foot   
10.    No Woman No Cry *
11.    Roving Gambler *
12.    Singing The Blues
13.    Get In The Wind
14.    You Don’t Knock, You Just Walk On In
15.    I Can’t Stop Now
16.    Crowd, Band Intros
17.    Steam Powered Areoplane
18.    – Enter Wayne Hayes and Doc Watson –
19.    Tribute To Merle Watson
20.    goodnight

* with Peter Rowan

Time: 93:57

Mastering Notes: The first minute of t01 is off speed, but corrects itself.
To Burn to 2 discs begin d2 with t10 or with any track you like.


Yes/Styx 2011-07-18 Starlight Theater Kansas City, MO

Starlight Theater
Kansas City Missouri
July 18th 2011

Edirol R09 > CD Wave > Flac
Pictures included

Audience approx 6000

Yes setlist:
Tempus Fugit;
Yours Is No Disgrace;
Heart of the Sunrise;
I’ve Seen All Good People;
Fly From Here;
And You and I;
Owner of a Lonely Heart;
Starship Trooper;

Styx setlist:
Blue Collar Man;
The Grand Illusion;
One With Everything;
Too Much Time On My Hands;
Man in the Wilderness;
Suite Madame Blue;
Crystal Ball;
Fooling Yourself (Angry Young Man);  Chuck intro
Miss America;
Sail Away;  Chucky P played on this too



The Cure BBC Sessions 1979-1985

BBC Sessions 1979 - 1985

I have found this unofficial realese in the net.Some early versions of the songs are very interesting
Big thanx for all those involved in preparing this compilation: WaxlyMolding & Lostflower4 for the first sources, robertinos for the compilation, Anthony for the new sources.
This compilation by mahood on DaD 2007.
**DS** : different source
**RM** : remastering

disc 1 :
01. subway song
02. plastic passion
03. grinding halt
04. a desperate journalist
05. accuracy
06. a forest
07. seventeen seconds
08. play for today
09. m
10. forever
11. all cats are grey
12. the holy hour
13. cold colours (aka primary)
14. the funeral party
15. the drowning man
16. faith
17. siamese twins
18. one hundred years
19. the figurehead

disc 2 :
01. let's go to bed
02. just one kiss
03. one hundred years
04. ariel
05. piggy in the mirror
06. bananafishbones
07. give me it
08. the empty world
09. the exploding boy
10. six different ways
11. screw
12. sinking
13. in between days
14. close to Me
15. kyoto song
16. the baby screams
17. sinking

Session 1

The Cure
John Peel Session
Maida Vale Recording Studios
London, UK
Airdate: 1979-05-16

From: 17 Boys Have Faith In Pornography liberated bootleg.

Silver CD boot>EAC>CoolEdit>FLAC

01. subway song
02. plastic passion
03. grinding halt
04. a desperate journalist
05. accuracy

Some light hiss removed using Cool Edit (on Light setting).
Running order has been fixed, as original boot had these out of order.

EAC/editing/compression by terrapinstation 2005-12-09
Another Porky Prime Cut From Terrapin Station!!

**RM** : deaf left channel re-upped, EQ

Session 2

The Cure
John Peel Session
Maida Vale Recording Studios
London, UK
Airdate: 1980-03-10

From: 17 Boys Have Faith In Pornography liberated bootleg.

Silver CD boot>EAC>FLAC

01. a forest
02. seventeen seconds
03. play for today
04. m

Some light hiss removed using Cool Edit (on Standard setting).
Running order has been fixed, as original boot had these out of order.

EAC/editing/compression by terrapinstation 2005-12-09
Another Porky Prime Cut From Terrapin Station!!

Session 3

The Cure
John Peel Session
Maida Vale Recording Studios
London, UK
Airdate: 1981-01-15

1-2 from: 17 Boys Have Faith In Pornography liberated bootleg.
**DS** 3 from : John Peel Session 1981 7" liberated bootleg
**DS** 4 from : What Happened Behind The Door? liberated bootleg

Silver CD boot>EAC>FLAC

01. forever
02. all cats are grey
03. the holy hour
04. cold colours (aka primary)

Some light hiss removed using Cool Edit (on Standard setting).
Running order has been fixed, as original boot had these out of order.

EAC/editing/compression by terrapinstation 2005-12-09
Another Porky Prime Cut From Terrapin Station!!

**RM** : 1-2 EQ / 3 speed correction, EQ, hiss reduction / 4 speed correction

Session 4

The Cure
Recorded: 1981.02.26
Broadcast: 1981.03.02
Location: Langham, England
Event: Richard Skinner Session
Lineage: FM 0
Quality: near perfect

Seed by: lostflower4 @ PPTT-forever drowning in torrent



01. The Funeral Party (4:02)
02. The Drowning Man (4:33)
03. Faith (5:08)
Total : 13:47


Robert Smith - vocals, guitar, 6-string bass, keyboards
Simon Gallup - bass
Lol Tolhurst - drums, percussion


This is an amazing recording of early versions of songs from the "Faith" album. Some tracks are arguably better than their album counterparts. Don't pass this one up!

Session 5

The Cure
John Peel Session
Maida Vale Recording Studios
London, UK
Airdate: 1982-01-04

**DS** From: What Happened Behind The Door? liberated bootleg

Silver CD boot>Adobe Audition>FLAC

01. siamese twins
02. one hundred years
03. the figurehead

Session 6

The Cure
Maida Vale Studios
London, England
October 24, 1982 (?)

Kid Jensen Session
Broadcast: 1982-11-27

1-3 : FM 6
**DS** 4 from : What Happened Behind The Door? liberated bootleg

01. Let's Go To Bed
02. Just One Kiss
03. One Hundred Years
04. Ariel

Songs reordered to fit original running order.
Thanks so much to lostflower4for making this available...

**RM** : 1-3 EQ, hiss reduction

Session 7

The Cure
Recorded: 1984.02.15
Broadcast: 1984.04.xx
Location: London, England
Event: Richard Skinner Session
Source: FM
Lineage: unknown
Quality: good

Seed by: lostflower4 @ PPTT-forever drowning in torrent



01. Piggy In The Mirror (3:46)
02. Bananafishbones (2:59)
03. Give Me It (2:48)
04. The Empty World (3:14)
Total : 12:47


Robert Smith - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Phil Thornalley - bass
Porl Thompson - keyboards, saxophone
Andy Anderson - drums, percussion
Story: Great early versions of songs from "The Top".

**RM** : EQ, hiss reduction

Session 8

John Peel Session
UK FM 'BBC Radio 1'
August 7, 1985

01. The Exploding Boy
02. Six Different Ways
03. Screw
04. Sinking

fm broadcast

**RM** :  hiss reduction

Session 9

Saturday Live
UK FM 'BBC Radio 1'
recorded: 06.July 1985
broadcast: 06.July 1985

FM (unknown lineage)>What Happened Behind The Door liberated boot>EAC>FLAC

01. In Between Days
02. Close To Me
03. Kyoto Song
04. The Baby Screams
05. Sinking

Thanks to PB for the upload.
Another Porky Prime Cut From Terrapin Station!!

**RM** : hiss reduction



The Cure 1986-06-14 Rock am Ring Festival Nürburgring, Germany

 14.06.1986 Nürburg
Nürburgring (Germany)
Rock am Ring Festival

shake dog shake
play for today
other voices
kyoto song
charlotte sometimes
inbetween days
the walk
a night like this
one hundred years
a forest
close to me
give me it


Neil Young 1986-10-10 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH

As promised here another show for this Amazing 1986 Tour flood.
Talking with some friends, this source have the same missing last song (Prisoners of rock'n roll), So it was not recorded.

I would like to give my personal thanks to Surround for the Nice and Surprise Tucson show
from his master, wich finally see the light after all these years, I think this was the gem surfaced in this flood.



Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, Ohio,USA
October 10, 1986

01 Mr. Soul
02 Cinnamon Girl
03 When You Dance I Can Really Love
04 Touch The Night
05 Down By The River
06 Heart Of Gold
07 Inca Queen
08 After The Gold Rush
09 Too Lonely
10 Opera Star
11 Road Of Plenty
12 Cortez The Killer
13 Sample And Hold
14 Computer Age
15 Violent Side
16 Mideast Vacation
17 Long Walk Home
18 The Needle And The Damage Done
19 Hippie Dream
20 Powderfinger
21 Like A Hurricane
22 Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)

23 Prisoners Of Rock 'n' Roll (not recorded)

Total Time = 02:10:48

Transfered from A1>D (1st Analog generation copyed on DAT)
Date of Transfer = 28/11/2010

Lineage of transfer = DAT MASH SV-DA10>Optical cable>M-AUDIO Audiophile Firewire>FIREWIRE>PC>GOLDWAVE (16/48)
>Editing = Cuts & Adjusting the Level of the left channel > MAGIX AUDIO STUDIO = Compressor (Dinamic processor)  - No equalization
>GOLDWAVE = Resample at 16 bit 44.1 Khz - Tracks splits alignment for CD compatible >FLAC FRONTED = Encode in FLAC (level 8)
+ TLH Md5 & Fingerprint

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


Bob Dylan 2022-05-29 Toyota Center Kennewick, WA


Toyota Center
Kennewick, Washington
May 29, 2022

"... all of you art lovers out there"

1. intro tape (Karajan (Berlin 1963) - Wilhelm Furtwangler)

2. Watching The River Flow
3. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)
4. I Contain Multitudes
5. False Prophet
6. When I Paint My Masterpiece
7. Black Rider
8. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
9. My Own Version of You
10. Crossing The Rubicon
11. To Be Alone With You
12. Key West (Philosopher Pirate)
13. Gotta Serve Somebody
14. I've Made Up My Mind To Give Myself To You
15. Melancholy Mood
16. Mother of Muses
17. Goodbye Jimmy Reed
18. band introductions
19. Every Grain of Sand

20. outro tape (Molto Vivace - Berliner Philharmoniker & Herbert Von Karajan)


recorded by Spot (44-16 version)
This possibly Spots best recording, thats saying a lot.
On his trusty Roland R-09 with internal mics.
mixed by audiowhore


Please do not remix or alter this file and then repost it.
If you think that there is something wrong with this recording that requires your input then please contact the uploader privately about your concerns.
You can always go and record your own version of Bob's shows and then share them freely too.




Joe Bonamassa 2010-12-01 Saenger Pensacola, FL

Joe Bonamassa-2010-12-01(WED)- Saenger, Pensacola,FL.
Source:  AKG 170 Perception mics(KindCables)>
PS2(line in)> R-09HR(24/96)@8, floor DFC, FOB
resample/dithered(best quality) CEP>
CDwav(tracking)>flac L8 >Traders Little Helper
sbeok check. Md5 with TLH.
Tweaks: AMP in CEP@24bit.Recorded,
Tracked and Flac'ed by KooterB
*Adjusted vol. about 48-53sec in Track 1 sounds like skipping.
1 Set with Encore complete seamless.
                        Disc 1 of 2>>
1. Cradle Rock*                       4:51                 
2. So Many Roads                   9:46
3. So It's Like That                   2:44
4. If Heartaches Were Nickels   7:49
5. Slow Train Coming               6:40     
6. Steal Your Heart Away          3:20
7. Sloe Gin                                10:01
8. "Joe's last visit to P.Cola and intro to TBOJH."  3:13
9. The Ballad Of John Henry      7:08
10. Happier Times                       6:29
                      D2 of 2<<
11. Never Make Your Move To Soon     3:53   
12. The Great Flood                    8:04
13. Young Man Blues                  6:10
14. (Solo, Acoustic Medley ?)     12:28
15. India & Mountain Time           10:40
16. Encore break....Joe talks...    1:59
17.  Bird On A Wire                      4:45
18. Just Got Paid>band intros..farewell...  12:02
Notes:Open mic recording. Thanks to Joe and
the Saenger folks.


Bob Dylan 63-64 Dr. Zimmermans Original Old Time Hootenany [Libertated Bootleg/Italy]

Bob Dylan
Dr. Zimmermans Original Old Time Hootenany
[Libertated Bootleg/Italy]

A-1-The Times They Are A Changin'
A-2-Bob Dylan's Dream
A-3-Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
A-4-Girl From The North Country
A-5-A Hard Rains A Gonna Fall

B-1-Troubled And I Don't Know Why
B-2-Blowin' In The Wind

C-1-If I Had Wings
C-2-Living The Blues In The Evening
C-3-Long John

D-1-Who You Really Are
D-2-Bob Dylan's Dream
D-4-If I Could Do It All Over You
D-5-Keep Your Hands Off Her
D-6-Used To Do
D-7-Going Back To Rome

A: Quest TV, Canada 1964
B: Live with Joan Baez 1964
C: Wings 1962
D: Turner's Basement 1963


The Rolling Stones "Touring Party 1972" Box set edition




The Rolling Stones   
"Touring Party 1972" Box set edition Vol 1, 2 & 3     
Volume 1 - June 24, 1972 Fort Worth, TX & June 25, 1972 Houston, TX
Volume 2 - July 20-21 Philadelphia, PA
Volume 3 - July 25-26, New York, NY
Label:  Rattle Snake
Format:  7 CD
Quality:  EX SBD

Volume 1 - Two Days In Texas

Disc 1
01 Gimme Shelter                                        
02 Dead Flowers                                       
03 Sweet Black Angel                                    
04 Happy                                          
05 Tumbling Dice                                        
06 Love In Vain       
07 Sweet Virginia                                       
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want                   
09 Midnight Rambler                                     
10 Rip This Joint                                     
11 Jumpin' Jack Flash                                   
12 Street Fighting Man

June 24, 1972  1st show-Fort Worth, TX

Disc 2
01 Brown Sugar                                          
02 Bitch                                               
03 Rocks Off                                            
04 Gimme Shelter                                        
05 Don't Lie To Me                                      
06 Love In Vain                                         
07 Sweet Virginia                                       
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want                   
09 Tumbling Dice                                        
10 Midnight Rambler                                    
11 Bye Bye Johnny                                       
12 Rip This Joint                                     
13 Jumpin' Jack Flash                                   
14 Street Fighting Man

June 24, 1972  2nd show-Fort Worth, TX

Disc 3
01 Tumbling Dice
02 Love In Vain
03 You Can't Always Get What You Want
04 Bye Bye Johnny
05 Jumpin' Jack Flash
06 Brown Sugar
07  All Down The Line
08 Midnight Rambler
09 Street Fighting Man
10 Jumpin' Jack Flash
11 Street Fighting Man
12 Bitch.shn
13 All Down The Line
14 You Can't Always Get What You Want

Tracks 1-5   June 25, 1972 1st show-Houston, TX
Tracks 6-9   June 25, 1972 2nd show-Houston, TX
Tracks 10-11 June 8, 1972  1st show-San Francisco, CA
track 12  July 21, 1972  1st show-Philadelphia, PA
track 13  July 21, 1972  2nd show-Philadelphia, PA
track 14  June 25, 1972  Houston, TX

VOLUME 2 - Philadelphia Special

Disc 4
01 Brown Sugar                                          
02 Bitch                                               
03 Rocks Off                                            
04 Gimme Shelter                                        
05 Tumbling Dice             
06 Bye Bye Johnny                                       
07 Rip This Joint                                       
08 Uptight-(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction                
09 Brown Sugar                                          
10 Bitch                                               
11 Rocks Off                                            
12 Gimme Shelter                                        
13 Happy                                          
14 Tumbling Dice

Track 1    Vocal by Keith Richards
Tracks 1-9    July 20, 1972  Philadelphia, PA
Tracks 10-14   July 21, 1972  1st show-Philadelphia, PA

Disc 5
01 Love In Vain                                         
02 Sweet Virginia                                       
03 You Can't Always Get What You Want                  
04 All Down The Line                                    
05 Happy                                          
06 Tumbling Dice                                        
07 Love In Vain                                       
08 All Down The Line                                    
09 Midnight Rambler                                     
10 Bye Bye Johnny                                       
11 Rip This Joint                                     
12 Jumpin' Jack Flash                                   
13 Street Fighting Man               
14 Uptight-(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Tracks 1-4    July 21, 1972  1st show-Philadelphia, PA
Tracks 5-14  July 21, 1972  2nd show-Philadelphia, PA

VOLUME 3 - Burning At The Garden

Disc 6
01 Brown Sugar                                          
02 Bitch                                               
03 Rocks Off                                            
04 Gimme Shelter                                        
05 Happy                                          
06 Tumbling Dice                                        
07 All Down The Line           
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want                   
09 Midnight Rambler                                     
10 Bye Bye Johnny                                       
11 Rip This Joint                                       
12 Love In Vain                                         
13 Sweet Virginia                                      
14 Jumpin' Jack Flash

July 26, 1972  Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Disc 7
01 Brown Sugar
02 Street Fighting Man
03 Shake Your Hips
04 Bluesberry Jam
05 John's Jam
06 Tumbling Dice #1
07 Tumbling Dice #2
08 Loving Cup
09 Fragments Of The Cocksucker Blues Movie
10 Honky Tonk Women
11 Loving Cup
12 Torn And Frayed
13 Ventilator Blues
14 Sweet Black Angel

tracks 1-2  July 25, 1972  1st show-New York, NY
tracks 3-8  May 21, 1972 Montreux, Switzerland
track 9        May 1972 Warner Brothers Studios, The Cocksucker Blues Movie
tracks 10-13   June 3, 1972  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
track 14     June 24, 1972  1st show-Fort Worth, TX

Original track listing/info:

Notes from Saitoh:
I rearranged d7t16 to after d1t2 which restores the original running order as much as possible. I spliced in part of my audience copy of this show to restore the comments after t2 and before the new t3 and after the new t3 and what is now t4. Besides that, I've retracked ALL 7 discs so that they actually start with a song and not a minute before or 15 seconds afterward... (grumble grumble... stupid bootleggers)
This box was generally aimed a puting all of the circulating sbd tracks all on one set + some strange stuff on disc 7.


Van Halen 1977-10-15 Pasadena Civic Auditorium Pasadena, CA(2 different versions)

VAN HALEN October 15, 1977 Pasadena, CA/Pasadena Convention Center (includes rehearsals) SB "Japan Tour II" (Bonus Disc)

Lineage:CD-r>EAC>WAV>FLAC (Lv8)

Title: Japan Tour II (Bonus Disc)

01 On Fire
02 Voodoo Queen
03 Atomic Punk
04 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
05 On Fire

06 On Fire
07 Feel Your Love Tonight
08 Runnin' With The Devil
09 Atomic Punk
10 Little Dreamer
11 Somebody Get Me A Doctor
12 Ice Cream Man
13 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
14 Eruption
15 D.O.A.
16 You Really Got Me

David Lee Roth - Lead Vocals
Eddie Van Halen - Guitars, Vocals
Michael Anthony - Bass, Vocals
Alex Van Halen - Drums


Special Bonus CDR title for 1st set of "JAPAN TOUR II"


Bruce Springsteen 1988-07-12 Waldstadion Frankfurt, Germany

Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band
Frankfurt, Germany

Hey, great sound on this one!!

Master - Audience recording from my old TDK-Sa X C-90 Tapes
My Artwork is included !!

This concert I taped with my old SONY WM D6 professional walkman
and an extra microphone (I can't remember what microphone it was).

The sound quality is exc-!!! ..and for an open-air-concert it is really great!!!
I recorded it in the middle of the audience about 20 meters from the stage.

This was my second (and last) Boss-experience. As I saw him perform
three years earlier in the same town in the same stadium standing right
at the same place with feeling the same people around having the same
weather. Again it was long. As always with the Boss, very long. But this time
I did not have so much fun as last time. Don't know why, o.k. "Tunnel of love"
isn't that good, all in all I was a bit bored and just listening to my
old tapes again I nearly felt asleep. Started this morning with the transfer,
now the sun has gone down and Bruuuuuce is still playing and playing and playing.
The same song again and again and again. ..and when I go to bed I'm sure he's still

Anyway, it's a must for all you E-Streeters out there because it really has a great sound.

Here's the well known setlist (from the net):

01 Tunnel of Love
02 Boom Boom
03 Adam Raised A Cain
04 Downbound Train
05 All That Heaven Will Allow
06 The River
07 Seeds
08 Cover Me
09 Brilliant Disguise
10 Spare Parts
11 War
12 Born in the U.S.A.
13 Chimes of Freedom
14 Paradise By the "C"
15 She's The One
16 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
17 I'm a Coward
18 I'm On Fire
19 Tougher Than the Rest
20 Because the Night
21 Dancing In The Dark
22 Light Of Day
23 Born to Run
24 Hungry Heart
25 Glory Days
26 Bobby Jean
27 Cadillac Ranch
28 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
29 Sweet Soul Music
30 Raise Your Hand
31 Twist and Shout

Do not sell. For trading only. ..and -of course- for fun!

oh, shit, did he really say "Good night"???
Thanks for that, Bruce!!

..oh, no, he just asked "Are you tired?" That's no good sign if someone's asking
such a question!!

..o.k. ...in between it's midnight, he still is on stage....
just thinking if there's no way to get him out of town..?!??

Heeeeeeeelp !!!!!!

Now he's singing "I don't wanna go home". And I believe him, deeply in my heart.

I never ever thought that I could survive this here but I did. He just finished.
(or I didn't have another twenty blank cassettes with me that day, I can't remember!)
Finally, I have to say thanks to Joey, Johnny, DeeDee, Marky and CJ Ramone.
They also played that bunch of songs but it only took them 60 minutes,
not 60 hours.


Bob Dylan 2011-11-11 Nelson Mandela Forum Firenze, Italy(schubert raw)

Bob Dylan
Firenze, Italy
Nelson Mandela Forum
November 11, 2011

Taper: schubert
Lineage: Neumann skm140 / Neumann BS48i-2 / Marantz PMD 661 (48khz/16Bit) /

raw, no SoundMastering

Disc 1:
01 Introduction
02 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
03 It Ain't Me, Babe
04 Things Have Changed
05 Mississippi
06 Honest With Me
07 Tangled Up In Blue
08 The Levee's Gonna Break

Disc 2:
01 Desolation Row
02 Highway 61 Revisited
03 Man In The Long Black Coat
04 Thunder On The Mountain
05 Ballad Of A Thin Man
06 Like A Rolling Stone
07 Band Introduction
08 All Along The Watchtower

a version with additional Soundmastering to follow.....


Pearl Jam 1998-09-03 Birmingham-Jefferson Coliseum Birmingham, AL

Pearl Jam
September 03, 1998
Birmingham-Jefferson Coliseum
Birmingham, AL

Source: Neumann KM184s -> Aerco -> Sony TCD-D100 (8th row)
Lineage: DAT-M 48khz -> FLAC
Transfer: Tascam DA-20 -> Monster coax -> DiO 2496 -> CEP 2.1 -> WavePad -> xACT -> FLAC

01 Intro
02 Release
03 Hail Hail
04 Animal
05 Given to Fly
06 Corduroy
07 Immortality
08 Wishlist
09 Go
10 Daughter/(Androgynous Mind)/(Stuff and Nonsense)
11 Footsteps
12 Even Flow
13 Jeremy
14 Faithfull
15 Brain of J
16 Better Man
17 Rearviewmirror
18 Porch
19 -encore break-
20 Small Town
21 Leatherman
22 Do the Evolution
23 Alive
24 Black
25 Baba O'Riley

Notes: A good recording.  I can't remember whether this one has been out or not.

This is a raw, unedited, 48khz transfer.

Thanks to DATfly for the tape.

Transfer by BLG
Compiled on 03-16-04
Tracked, encoded & additional notes 07-30-11


Bob Dylan 2007-10-06 Times Union Center Albany, NY

Bob Dylan
Albany, New York
Times Union Center
October 6, 2007

Taper: JF

Equipment: Seinheisser MKE-2002 Binaural mics>JB3>Cool Edit Pro

Source: Audio disks from the taper > (dBpowerAMP set to compression
level 6) flac.

Note: Taper observes there are some problems, edits during 'Simple
Twist' and 'Things Have Changed'.

Disk One
1. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat  
2. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right  
3. Watching The River Flow
4. Simple Twist Of Fate
5. Rollin' And Tumblin'
6. When The Deal Goes Down
7. 'Til I Fell In Love With You
8. Workingman's Blues #2  
9. Things Have Changed

Disk Two

10. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
11. Highway 61 Revisited
12. Ain't Talkin'  
13. Summer Days
14. Masters Of War
15.  Thunder On The Mountain  
16.  All Along The Watchtower


Black Mountain 2010-11-10 Grey Eagle Asheville, NC

 Black Mountain
"The Dropout Boogie Tour"
The Grey Eagle
Asheville, North Carolina, USA
November 10, 2010

A Doodee Music Master Recording

"If it's a DOODEE, you know it's the SHIT®"
     - Stripeydave 2008

This post is all about freely sharing some great music, spreading the vibe of these bands, increasing sales of their goods and attendance at their shows and having a little fun.

Here's a sweet sounding stereo matrix of Black Mountain to fill your psych/prog rock prescription. Excellent setlist! I've heard these guys (and gal) described a number of ways. Among some of the more interesting ones - Uriah V2.0, Led Zep with full time keys, Black Sabbath with a hippie heart. Heck, all of 'em probably carry some validity when talking about Black Mountain. But any way you add 'em up they always equal one thing - interesting and adventurous music. Again, same as The Black Angels who were also on the bill, loud show. Thought this recording turned out pretty dang acceptable. Check the samples and use the democratic process. Y'all enjoy!

For those of you desiring the entire psychedelic hoedown including Stephen sitting in on a couple tunes The Black Angels set is located here -

01. Intro
02. Wilderness Heart
03. Let Spirits Ride
04. Wucan
05. Tyrants
06. Buried By The Blues
07. Stay Free
08. Angels
09. Queens Will Play
10. Stormy High
11. Old Fangs
12. Rollercoaster
13. Encore Break
14. Druganaut
15. Don't Run Our Hearts Around

Trade only. Support Black Mountain by buying their records and merchandise and attending their shows.

Special thanks to Black Mountain and Jeff and his staff at The Grey Eagle for embracing the taping scene.

Live Stereo Matrix (Shure SM57 X 2 + Soundboard)>EdirolR09HR>BSR EQ3000>BBE 1002>WAV>FLAC



Tori Amos 1992-08-24 Henry Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA

Tori Amos
August 24, 1992
Henry Fonda Theatre
Los Angeles, CA

Sonic Studios DSM-6 (AA battery powered) > Sony TCD-D3 DAT master @ 48kHz
13th row

DAT master on Fostex D-5 > AES/EBU > Marantz PMD580 Solid State Recorder > SD Card (via CF Card Adapter)
SD card > Adobe Audition 3.0 (compression/limiting for  crowd, fades, normalization, conversion to 44.1kHz,
transition fades for paused tpae at encores) > CD WAVE 1.98 (tracking) > Trader's Little Helper 2.7.0 > FLAC

Large dynamic swing in music and crowd much louder than music. Master had ~20 dB level difference between
audience and normal music level, steps to bring music up while limiting crowd impact:
compression in just audience clapping sections:
compress        2.58 : 1    above    -15.5 dB
flat        1 : 1    below    -15.5 dB
compression in just audience clapping sections:
compress        2.58 : 1    above    -15.5 dB
flat        1 : 1    below    -15.5 dB
9 dB boost with hard limiting to 0.1 dB

Recording, transfer, and mastering by Jeff Lester
August, 2020

01. Mary
02. Crucify
03. talk
04. Silent All These Years
05. Precious Things
06. Happy Phantom
07. Here. In My Head
08. Leather
09. Tear in Your Hand
10. talk
11. Whola Lotta Love > Thank You
12. Me and A Gun
13. Winter
14. E1: Smells Like Teen Spirit
15. Mother
16. E2: China
17. Eric's Song



Queen 1978-11-20 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA


1978, 20 Nov.
Philadelphia, The Spectrum

FLAC > WAV > Remastering > FLAC (level 8)

Sound: good/very good
Source: audience

Nice show! Here and there some cuts, probably caused by tape changes or moving the recording device. I don't know what else to say about it. I removed the clicks between the tracks and four other clicks that appeared on the recording. 'God save the queen' stops after nine seconds... who cares ;)Enjoy! Cheers, Tim (Epic Dreams)

Disc 1:
01. We will rock you (fast)
02. Let me entertain you
03. Somebody to love
04. If you can't beat them
05. Death on two legs
06. Killer queen
07. Bicycle race
08. I'm in love with my car
09. Get down make love
10. You're my best friend
11. Now I'm here
12. Spread your wings

Disc 2:
01. Dreamer's ball
02. Love of my life
03. '39
04. It's late
05. Brighton rock
06. Fat bottomed girls
07. Keep yourself alive
08. Bohemian rhapsody
09. Tie your mother down
10. Sheer heart attack
11. We will rock you
12. We are the champions
13. God save the queen (cut)


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1985-06-08 Ohio Expo Center Coliseum Columbus, OH

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Ohio Expo Center Coliseum
Columbus, Ohio
June 8, 1985

Transfer: .wav file > Peak Pro 6 (pitch adjusted  +30 cents) > iZotope RX / ozone 5 (mastered) > Peak Pro 6 (post production) > xACT 2.39 > FLAC

01 American Girl
02 Listen To Her Heart
03 Dogs On The Run
04 You Got Lucky
05 It Ain’t Nothin’ To Me
06 Don’t Do Me Like That
07 The Waiting
08 I Need To Know
09 The Best Of Everything
10 A Change Of Heart
11 Don’t Come Around Here No More
12 Spike
13 Southern Accents
14 Rebels
15 Breakdown
16 Refugee
17 Make It Better

Known Faults:
-Rebels: splice

This is the second night of the "Southern Accents" Tour, it appears to be under-circulated in the torrent era.
The setlist didn't change much from night to night and this shows it was locked in from the start.

It's a solid show but the band seems to still be getting its legs underneath it, they don't really attack the songs like later on in the tour and at times approaches them somewhat conservatively which tends to create a lack of energy.

Quality is good needing a pretty healthy pitch adjustment and some subtle mastering to bring out some buried frequencies, recorded fairly close to the stage with very little audience noise in the taper's vicinity. The master would be quite good if it was to ever surface...thanks to my old trading partner of 30+ years MR for the files.

Samples and artwork included...



NIRVANA 1993-10-29 Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum Detroit, MI

October 29, 1993
Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum
Detroit, MI

built-in > Realistic SCP-29

Tascam DA-20mkII > Apogee S/PDIF cable > LynxONE digital-in > Adobe Audition 3.0 > CD Wave 1.97 > FLAC frontend 1.7.1

ANA(M) > DAT(1) [48kHz] > WAV [48kHz] > WAV [44.1kHz] > FLAC [Level 8]


- "School" cuts out due to a tape flip.

01. intro
02. Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
03. Drain You
04. Breed
05. Serve The Servants
06. About A Girl
07. Heart-Shaped Box
08. Sliver
09. Dumb
10. In Bloom
11. Come As You Are
12. Lithium
13. School (cuts out)

01. Polly
02. Milk It
03. Rape Me
04. Territorial Pissings
05. Smells Like Teen Spirit
06. All Apologies
07. Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam
08. On A Plain
09. Scentless Apprentice


The Cure 1985-10-22 Cleveland Music Hall Cleveland, OH

The Cure
Cleveland Music Hall
Cleveland, OH
October 22, 1985

Soundboard (RS version)

cassette master > cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A > HHB CDR-850 > CDR, then:  CDR > EAC > WAV > Nero Wave Editor > FLAC

Remastering: FLAC files > Wavemerge > SF8 and AA 1.0 (volume adjustments and EQ, other minor work) > CDWav > FLAC

Main Set:
01.  The Baby Screams
02.  Play For Today
03.  Kyoto Song
04.  Primary
05.  The Hanging Garden
06.  Cold
07.  A Night Like This
08.  In Between Days
09.  Let's Go To Bed
10.  The Walk
11.  Push
12.  Screw
13.  One Hundred Years
14.  A Forest
15.  Sinking

16.  Six Different Ways
17.  Close To Me
18.  Charlotte Sometimes
19.  Three Imaginary Boys
20.  Boys Don't Cry 
21.  10:15 Saturday Night
22.  Killing An Arab
23.  Do You Wanna Touch

Suggested disc splits:
Main show is on Disc 1, all encores are on Disc 2

Remaster notes: Original recording was mastered with the levels a bit too hot. I backed this off, and EQed it to bring the dynamics of this recording to life. Channels were balanced, and a dropout at the end of Push Was removed and crossfaded to make a smooth transition.

Remastered by terrapinstation 2009-03-12

Thanks to Mexminute and TheCommish for posting this SBD.


Another stellar recording from "The RS Archives"
(a Mexminute/TheCommish production)

Editing notes:
* Re-tracked show (combined WAV files in Nero, then re-split with CD Wave)
* Small fade-out applied to end of Track 115 with Nero's wave editor
* Deleted small gap at end of Track 205 with Nero wave editor
* Volume adjustments (as listed below); with the exception of a few spots, the overall volume of the recording was a little low (before adjustments, the avg. volume of the entire show was 89.4 dB).

Volume adjustments:
Track 101: +1dB (2:03-2:06 mark), +2dB (2:06-2:09), +3dB (2:09-end)
Tracks 102-110: +3dB
Track 111: +3dB (0:00-4:25 mark); +5dB (4:25-end)
Tracks 112-113: +5dB
Track 114: +5dB (0:00-1:14); +3dB (1:14-4:45); +2dB (4:45-10:16); +3dB (10:16-end)
Track 115: +3dB
Tracks 201-202: +5dB
Track 203: +5dB (0:00-0:12 mark); +3dB (0:12-end)
Tracks 204-206: +3dB
Track 207: +3dB (0:00-0:14 mark); +2dB (0:14-2:22), no volume adj. (2:22-end)
Track 208: No volume adj.

About "The RS Archives":
The RS Archive consists of a selection of live recordings made by a great individual who passed away in 2005. 

RS worked in the music industry in many capacities….a music fan….a musician….a sound engineer.  He was considered one of the best behind the mixing board.  I was honored to have known him for practically 35 years.  There was no one like him….he was a wonderful human being.  Everybody loved him.  He was a level-headed guy who knew what sounded good and what didn't. He could conceive and design sound systems from scratch in his head to meet the artist’s needs. Whatever they wanted, he could do.

For years, he mixed music at the annual Grammy Awards and the American Music Awards television show.  RS worked closely for years with Daryl Hall and John Oates, Juice Newton, Anita Baker, Mariah Carey, Tears for Fears, Crack the Sky, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Aretha Franklin, Pink Floyd, Whitney Houston, Bette Midler, Ann Murray, Michael Bolton, Kenny G, Tony Bennett, Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, Frank Sinatra, John Hiatt, Little Feat, Little Village,  and Waylon Jennings…..to name a few.
He had a huge reputation in the business, and that's why he was chosen to work with such budding clients as Mariah Carey.  With the major stars, he was one of the preferred engineers they choose to work with.  A particular client of RS who had a reputation for firing sound engineers with great regularity was Anita Baker, whom he won over not only with his technical abilities and personality, but with his refusal to put up with her criticism.  He quit a few times but always came back because she loved the way he mixed her music.  He could coddle difficult and temperamental celebrities, and they respected his work. He was able to kick back and get along with them. Even though he knew these people, he was a very modest man.

So now, it is time to honor him by sharing some of the many recordings he made while on the road.  All are perfect (or near perfect) soundboard recordings made from the master cassettes or master dat tapes.  Unfortunately, I am not able to identify the original equipment these tapes were made on, however I can say that for the transferring process, the cassette tapes were played back on a Nakamichi CR-7A, and the dat tapes on a Sony PCM-R500.  They were all burnt onto cdr using a HHB CDR-850. 

Please enjoy these tasty gems!   
Mexminute (fellow DIME member).

If you decide to download this show, won't you please consider posting a comment on the show's board?  It only takes a moment, and believe me, it takes A LOT longer to prepare/upload a show for others to enjoy than it does to download and run.

And won't you please consider thanking Mexminute for sharing this mighty fine show with us?

Generously shared by Mexminute
and uploaded on DIME by TheCommish
March 2009


Yes 1991-04-09 Civic Center Pensacola, FL

Civic Center
Pensacola, FL
April 9, 1991
Audience recording

From downloaded SHNs
Alternate source to 168m version
2nd generation recording

Disc 1
01 - Firebird Suite
02 - Yours Is No Disgrace
03 - Rhythm Of Love
04 - City Of Love
05 - Heart Of The Sunrise
06 - Leaves Of Green
07 - Clap
08 - Howe Solo
09 - Clap (ctd)
10 - Make It Easy
11 - Owner Of A Lonely Heart
12 - And You And I

Disc 2
01 - Cheering
02 - Drum Duet
03 - Hold On
04 - Shock To The System
05 - Solly's Beard
06 - Changes
07 - Take The Water To The Mountain
08 - Soon
09 - Long Distance Runaround
10 - Whitefish
11 - Amazing Grace
12 - Lift Me Up

Disc 3
01 - Wakeman Solo
02 - Awaken
03 - Roundabout
04 - Starship Trooper



Paul McCartney 1991-06-07 Secret Gig The Coliseum, St. Austell, Cornwall, England


Paul McCartney - Secret Gig - St. Austell (2CD)

Artist: Paul McCartney
Venue:  The Coliseum, St. Austell, Cornwall, England
Date:   June 7, 1991

Label:   Unknown
Lineage: CD-Rs from trade -> EAC -> torrent
Package: audio, artwork, EAC logs, sumcheck files.

In the year of 1991 Paul McCartney gave several Secret Gigs at small clubs of Europe.
This is the fourth one - second in UK.

The complete list of gigs:
1991-05-08 Zeleste Club, Barcelona, Spain -> http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=221617
1991-05-10 Mean Fiddler, Harlesden, UK -> http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=221643
1991-06-05 Tendo Theatre, Naples, Italy -> http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=221654
1991-06-07 The Coliseum, St. Austell, Cornwall, UK -> this one
1991-07-19 Cliffs Pavilion, Westcliff-On-Sea, UK -> to be uploaded later
1991-07-24 Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark -> to be uploaded later

Not a song from any secret gig never appeared on any official releases.

Disc 1
01. Mean Woman Blues
02. Be-Bop-A-Lula
03. We Can Work It Out
04. San Francisco Bay Blues
05. Every Night
06. Here There And Everywhere
07. That Would Be Something
08. Down To The River
09. And I Love Her
10. She's A Woman
11. I Lost My Little Girl
12. Ain't No Sunshine
13. Hi Heel Sneakers
14. I've Just Seen A Face
15. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
16. Good Rockin' Tonight

Disc 2
01. My Brave Face
02. Band On The Run
03. Ebony And Ivory
04. I Saw Her Standing There
05. Coming Up
06. Get Back
07. The Long And Winding Road
08. Ain't That A Shame
09. Let It Be
10. Can't Buy Me Love
11. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Ripped & uploaded by Andrey
6 November 2008


Bruce Springsteen 1975-12-03 Boston Music Hall Boston, MA


Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
Boston Music Hall
Boston MA
Wednesday Dezember 3, 1975

first couple of rows on balcony >
old Radio Shack mic and recorder (unknown model) >
Maxell UD C90 tapes > Sony WR665 Cassette Player >
Ego-sys Waveterminal 2496 > WAV > Soundforge for
track splitting > Flac (level 8) via TLH

Thunder Road
10th Avenue Freeze Out
Spirit in the Night
Lost in the Flood
She's The One
Born to Run
Pretty Flamingo
Growing Up
Saint in the City
Kittys Back
4th July Asbury Park (Sandy)
Santa Claus
Detriot Medley
For You
Quarter to Three

Sandy features an accordion solo at the start

Please support Bruce by purchasing his CDs
Trade - Do Not Sell

enclosed artwork was found on the web
for sone other recording


Bob Marley 1979-07-07 Jarrett Park Montego Bay, JA

The Wailers
"reggae sunsplash"
1979-07-07 Jarrett Park Montego Bay,JA
lineage Part1:AUD>Cass(low)>wav>CDR(x)>EAC>flac
lineage Part2:SBD>Cass(low)>wav>CDR(x)>EAC>Flac
brought to you by:maggotbrain

set lists cd1 AUD source
positive vibration
the heathen
belly full
rebel music
no more trouble
running away>
crazy baldheads
who the cap fit
blackman redemption
rastaman live up
no woman no cry
lively up yourself
get up stand up

set lists cd2 1-3 AUD 4-9 SBD
natural mystic
ambush in the night
rebel music(SBD)
rastaman live up(SBD)
no woman no cry(SBD)
lively up yourself(SBD)
get up stand up(SBD)

notes: not much to be said.great show even better set lists.
Obtained via  steffens archive remastered by North
seed by:maggotbrain 2007-07-16


Led Zeppelin 1969-12-06 Ecole Centrale, Chatenay-Malabry, France

Led Zeppelin This Is Jimmy Chatenay Malabry
Led Zeppelin 1969-06-12 Ecole Centrale, Chatenay-Malabry, France
This Is Jimmy (Boleskine House Records)

Source: "This Is Jimmy" Boleskine House Records 2 CD release - EAC - Trader's Little Helper - Dime

Taken from my original (silver) 2 CD. Scans of the card sleeve and two discs included.

This version is a remaster of this original torrent:

CD 1
01. Good Times Bad Times Intro
02. Communication Breakdown
03. I Can't Quit You Baby
04. Heartbreaker
05. Dazed And Confused
06. White Summer - Black Mountain Side

CD 2
01. Tuning
02. You Shook Me
03. Moby Dick
04. How Many More Times

The sound levels fluctuate on the original that was uploaded here on 1st March 2013, this is the first of three different versions from Tarantura.
The sound levels have been evened out and the few small clicks and pops removed, it sounds very good indeed.
Happy April Fool's Day!

Jules McTrainspotter
1st April 2013


Joe Bonamassa 2009-06-06 Sala Bikini Barcelona, Spain

Joe Bonamassa
Sala Bikini
June 6th. 2009
Complete concert

Edirol R-09HR (24/44.1) + Coresound Cardioid microphones (w/ Flat Battery Box)-->
4 GB San Disk--> Cool Edit Pro 2.1 for resampling and equal-->
CD Wave for tracks splitting --> Trader's Little Helper flac (8) --> YOU

Recording notes:
Location: Left side, back
Excellent audience recording.

Total running time: 1 hour, 50 minutes, 33 seconds
Size: 600MB compressed (FLAC) , 1,08 GB uncompressed (WAV)


01. Joe arrival
02. Ballad of John Henry
03. Last Kiss
04. So Many Roads
05. Mountain Time
06. Further On Up The Road
07. Sloe Gin
08. The Great Flood
09. Your Funeral My Trial
10. Blues Deluxe
11. Woke Up Dreaming
12. Just Got Paid/Dazed and Confused


13. Story of a Quarryman
14. Asking Around For You

Joe Bonamassa - guitars & vocals
Rick Melick - keyboards
Carmine Rojas - bass
Bogie Bowles - drums


Great show from Joe and the band for the last show of what is called "8th week marathon tour".
My second time attending a Joe's Show and I am still more impressed than the first time (here you can find the recording)


Longer show, more intensity...what a great show!

As somebody said to Joe during the show: "Joe, eres el puto amo"...I do not know how to translate this...

The other time I taped using my CSB so this time I tested with cardioid...and the recording is brilliant.

Do not ever convert this show to mp3 (only for personal use)
Do not sell ever.
If you plan on offering this recording for b&p, vine or freebie please leave this text file as it is.
Please share and trade freely in your own fan base domain.

Hope you all enjoy this recording as much as I do. PLAY IT LOUD!
Please let me know what you think.

Taped, transferred, & edited by fortylicks
Fingerprints included
Released June 7th. 2009

Please support the artist and buy his official releases.
Please visit: www.jbonamassa.com

Thanks and enjoy,