Friday, September 30, 2022

Lou Reed 1976-12-01 Roxy Theatre Los Angeles, CA

ARTIST: Lou Reed
DATE: December 1st, 1976
VENUE: Roxy Theatre
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
SOURCE: SBD (Taken from "Claim 2 Fame" commercial bootleg except where noted *)
ARTWORK: Included (Taken from source recording commercial bootleg, "Claim 2 Fame".
I have included the original back cover as well as an edited version with Coney Island Baby.)

01. Jam
02. Sweet Jane
03. I Believe In Love
04. Lisa Says
05. Kicks
06. She´s My Best Friend
07. I'm Waiting For The Man
08. Sheltered life
09. You Wear It So Well
10.Claim To Fame
11. Walk On The Wild Side
12. Coney Island Baby *
TOTAL RUNTIME: 1hr 23mins 57secs

* As to make the recording more complete, I have included the Coney Island Baby track from
another version of this show that was uploaded to DIME recently. The track is taken from an
inferior FM source and is noticeably lower in sound quality. It's certainly worth including
though as it's not included on the primary source used ("Claim 2 Fame").

LINEAGE: MASTER SBD>?>"Claim 2 Fame" Silver Disc>Nero-Wave>FLAC 8>WAV>
Cool Edit Pro v1.2>FLAC 6

Once again, I get surprised by another amazing Lou Reed recording! Both the performance &
sound quality on this recording are excellent. This show finds Lou in a particularly lively and
honest mood. I say honest because he doesn't refrain from using any type of language and
conduct he wants! Plus, this is a great set list and the audience seems very enthusiastic. I like
how the audience is audible in the mix, even so much so during the music. It's not a distraction
at all either. It gives the recording a live club atmosphere effect. That combined with the clarity
of the music itself makes for a great recording. Since this is such a great show and and I'm such
a big fan of Lou Reed, I thought I'd try to make this recording sound a little better. This is for
personal enjoyment only of course. I share my work so other fans of Lou Reed can possibly
benefit from the result. Take it or leave it. I do provide sample comparisons to help you decide.
Anyways, on to the editing... Like many soundboard sourced recordings from the sixties &
seventies, the frequency response is a little unbalanced, most likely from tape transfer. This can
be easily remedied with a few adjustments. A fair amount of equalization has been utilized here.
This is a painstaking process and requires great attention to detail to get the right sound. I think
the recording is clearer and crisper sounding now. Plus, a few harsh overtones are now gone. I
have also adjusted the channel mix a little bit, attempting to take advantage of a good stereo mix.
A few times during the show, there are a few imbalances for a second or so. I have adjusted some
very small sections of the recording, as to not distort the signal when channel mixing. This
adjustment will not be heard by most, and is less of a jump than it was before editing. The sound
quality takes a bit of a dive from track 6 on. It's still a solid A, but obviously inferior to the first
part of the show. I hope you enjoy this remaster and consider it an improvement over the original
source(s). Enjoy!


upped by: theface07


Lou Reed
Live at the Roxy Theatre Los Angeles, California
December 1th 1976 --Claim 2 Fame Bootleg-- SBD (?)(!)
Silver Disc--Nero-Wave--flac frontend level 8--you
The Artwork incl. is from (thank you very much!)

I hope some of you searching for this´s not the rarest thing
but it is pure dynamite, from the audio (9.75/10) & the performance one
of my favourite Lou shows in the mid 70´s. Very Jazzy/Funky stuff.
Don Cherry pushed up the Line up. He´s not listed on the Cover but
he´s definitly on Stage,listen in the middle of waiting for my man
and you know what i mean. The Same in the middle of "kicks" and
sheltered life and and and...

01-Jam -----------------(exciting!)
02-Sweet Jane
03-I believe in love
04-Lisa says
05-Kicks----------------(Best kicking ass,pure dynamite,fucked up Version i´ve ever heard)
06-She´s my best friend
07-Waiting for the man--(amazing!!! The Band & Lou high on top.GREAT GREAT GREAT)
08-Sheltered life
09-You wear it so well
10-Claim to fame
11-Walk on the wild side---(Don Cherry pulls the tears out of your eye´s,believe me!)

Marty Fogel-Sax
Michael Fonfara-Keyboards
Michael Sikorsky-Drums
Bruce Yaw-Bass
Don Cherry-Trumpet
Lou Reed-Gitar,Vocals & Foul Language

enjoy it & seed it for a long time!



.......more exciting music comming soon!
Seeded some time in 2006.

No checksum had been included.


Michael Jackson 1987-09-27 Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama, Japan(FM)

Michael Jackson
Venue: Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama, Japan
Date: 27 Sep 1987
Taper: Unknown
Source: Radio Broadcast
Transfer: CD-R from trade > EAC > FLAC Level 8 > you
Sound Quality: A+ in my rating and ears....

Disc 1
1 Wanna Be Startin Somethin
2 Human Nature
3 Heartbreak Hotel
4 Medley Jackson 5
5 She's Out Of My Life
6 Things I Do For You
7 Off The Wall
8 Rock With You

Disc 2
1 Lovely One
2 Working Day And Night
3 Beat It
4 Billie Jean
5 Shake Your Body > Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough tease > Shake Your Body
6 Thriller
7 I Just Can't Stop Loving You
8 Bad

Thought I should check if there's some interest
for Michael Jackson.
By an accident I found some dusty Jackson stuff in my closet I forgot I had.
This one is an excellent radio broadcast from the Japanese leg
of Bad World Tour 1987-1989.
Since I got this in a trade I dont have any info
about lineage, taping equipment etc.

Do NOT encode to MP3 or any other lossy compression format!!
This is intended for free trade only. Do not buy or sell!!



Rage Against The Machine 1996-10-01 Westwood One Radio Networks In The Zone Show #97-21

Rage Against The Machine

Westwood One Radio Networks
In The Zone Show #97-21
Weekend of May 19, 1997

According to Discogs, this was recorded at the Hollywood Palladium on October 1st, 1996.

CD-R used for radio show > XLD > FLAC

Track 01
-Bulls On Parade

Track 02   
-Down Rodeo
-Without A Face

Track 03
-Tire Me
-Fistful Of Steel

Track 04   
-Bullet In The Head
-People Of The Sun

Track 05   
-Know Your Enemy
-Killing In The Name

Track 06
-Roll Right


Wham! 1986-06-28 The Final, Wembley Stadium, London, UK

Wham! The Final, Wembley Stadium, London, UK
June 28th, 1986
Recorded from the audience with a handheld cassette recorder and dumped onto 3CDs. This was long before MP3 and only just into the CD age. Its nearly 25 years old, the recording shows signs of age but the music is fresh as ever.

1. Intro
2. Everything She Wants
3. Club Tropicana
4. Heartbeat
5. Battlestations
6. Bad Boys
7. If You Where There
8. Candle in the Wind
9. Credit Card Baby
10. Like a Baby
1. Love Machine
2. Where did your Heart Go?
3. Why?
4. Last Xmas
5. Wham Rap
6. A Different Corner
1. Freedom
2.Careless Whisper
3.Band Intro
4.Young Guns (and a little bit of Wham Rap)
5.Wake me Up
6. I'm Your Man    


Prince #SAB 108-109 Rave Un2 The Year 2000

 Rave Un2 The Year 2000

2 CD
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 108-109
Disc Length :
Source : Soundboard Recordings / Broadcast
Sound Quality : EX+
Year Of Release : 2000


Rave Un2 The Year 2000 Broadcast
Paisley Park
17th & 18th December 1999 (Broadcast 31st December 1999)

Disc 1

1. Let's Go Crazy   2. She's Always In My Hair   3. U Got The Look   4. Sample Medley (Pop Life - Housequake - Erotic City - Face Down) - Kiss   5. Jungle Love   6. The Bird   7. American Woman   8. Fly Away   9. Gett Off   10. Gett Off (Houstyle)   11. Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothing   12. It's Alright   13. Everyday People   14. I Want To Take You Higher   15. Purple Rain   16. The Christ

Disc 2

1. Purple House   2. Interlude   3. Nothing Compares 2 U   4. Take Me With U   5. Raspberry Beret - Mr. Happy (outro)   6. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold   7. Baby Knows   8. Millennium Outro   9. Baby I'm A Star   10. 1999   11. Outro

Rave Un2 The Year 2000 Broadcast TV Promo

12. Promo

Harlod Schmidt Show : 25th November 1999

13. Baby Knows

Ivo Nicho Show : 28th November 1999

14. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold

Nulle Part Ailleurs : 17th November 1999

15. Baby Knows   16. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold (intro)   17. Alphabet St.   18. Everyday People   19. Funk Groove

TFI Friday : 19th November 1999

20. Baby Knows

Arista Promo Clip : 1999

21. Promo


Neil Young 1996-06-22 Rock Am See Festival Bodenseestadion Konstanz, Ger.

Neil Young with Crazy Horse
June 22 1996
Rock Am See Festival
Konstanz (DE)

Sony type ? microphones > Sony TCD-D7 DAT recorder

Sony 57ES> optical cable > Creative Soundblaster Audigy soundcard  > Soundforge 4.5 + SEKD Red Roaster (fading, rmoval of some clapping, sonic Maximizer)

Recorded near the left speaker stack.

Recording & Editing: Young Dutch Master (1996 / 2004)

Artwork is included. (artwork pictures are taken at the show in Konstanz)

This show was played during a festival which included artists as The Levellers, Grant Lee Buffalo a.o.

Disc 1
01. Pocahontas
02. Stupid Girl
03. Drive Back
04. Big Time
05. Danger Bird
06. Slip Away
07. The Needle And The Damage Done
08. Fuckin'Up
09. Cortez The Killer

Disc 2 
01. Music Arcade
02. Barstool Blues
03. Like A Hurricane
04. Prisoners of Rock'n'Roll
05. Rockin'In The Free World
06. Powderinger


Led Zeppelin 1977-06-21 The Forum Inglewood, California(Genuine Masters)

Led Zeppelin
June 21, 1977
Inglewood, California
The Forum

Listen to This Eddie - Collectors Edition
Label: Genuine Masters
Lineage: GM cdrs>EAC test and copy (no errors)>Flac frontend encode level 6 align on sector boundaries and test>Flacs

Disc 1:
2-The Song Remains the Same
3-The Rover (intro)
4-Sick Again
5-Nobody's Fault but Mine
6-Over the Hills and Far Away
7-Since I've Been Loving You
8-No Quarter

Disc 2:
1-Ten Years Gone
2-Battle of Evermore
3-Going to California
4-Black Country Woman
5-Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
6-White Summer_Black Mountainside
8-Moby Dick

Disc 3:
2-Guitar Solo
3-Achilles Last Stand
4-Stairway to Heaven
5-Whole Lotta Love
6-Rock and Roll

FLAC fingerprints and artwork included.

David Bowie 1976-02-28 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH(Master)

David Bowie
Live at the Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH, USA on 28th February 1976

dbdigital / TheClevelandMasters

Audio source: Audience recording
Linage: AUD(M) ---> CDR(?) ---> WAV ---> FLAC 8 ---> MWP
Number of discs: 2
Artwork: none
Total running time: 79m 09s / 25m 45s

Info: This is the same concert as "Neoexpressionism", but this time the
recording is sourced from the master analog tapes, owned by dbdigital.

This set was released under the name "TheClevelandMasters".

Many years ago I decided to sell my silvers of "Neoexpressionism", so
I am not certain what the differences are. Quite possibly this recording
has a longer intro and maybe it has a (slightly) better sound?

Bowie was high on cocaine in those days, probably that's the reason
why there are 2 (!!!) false starts of TVC15.

Anyway, it's a good recording from the StationToStation Tour, one of the
few enjoyable ones there is.

Please note that my "original" disc one was heavily damaged and my PC
did not accept the disc, so I had to make a copy using my Philips
stand-alone CD Audio recorded in order to copy disc one. All seems to
be okay now.

Tracklisting (disc one):
01. intro (Un Chien Andalou)
02. Station to Station
03. Suffragette City
04. Fame
05. Word On a Wing
06. Stay
07. Waiting for the Man
08. Queen Bitch
09. TVC15 (false start #1)
10. Life On Mars?
11. Five Years / TVC15 (false start #2)
12. Panic in Detroit / band introduction
13. Changes

Tracklisting (disc two):
01. TVC15
02. Diamond Dogs
03. Rebel Rebel
04. The Jean Genie

Torrent history:
Uploaded to Mind-Warp PaVilion by isolar2 on 22nd May 2009.



Joe Jackson 1986-06-28 Greek Theatre Berkeley, CA

Joe Jackson
Greek Theatre
Berkeley, California
June 28, 1986

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

01 One More Time
02 You Can’t Get What You Want
03 Wild West
04 Right Or Wrong
05 (It’s A) Big World
06 Fools In Love
07 Home Town
08 Chinatown
09 On Your Radio
10 Shanghai Sky
11 Cancer
12 Be My Number Two
13 Breaking Us In Two
14 Forty Years
15 Steppin’ Out
16 Survival
17 Soul Kiss
18 It’s Different For Girls
19 Acropolis Now
20 The Jet Set
21 Sunday Papers (Monday Papers)
22 Don’t Wanna Be Like That
23 Tonight And Forever
24 Jack You’re Dead
25 What’s The Use Getting Sober
26 Jumpin’ Jive
27 I’m A Man
28 Man In The Street

Known Faults:
-On Your Radio: start cut
-Soul Kiss: near seamless splice
-Man In The Street: start cut

Another fantastic Joe Jackson performance on the "Big World" Tour that appears to be under-circulated in the torrent era. Quality is very good and extremely enjoyable.

The outdoor venue does lead to a bit of audience chatter as seems to be more frequent in an open air environment but I have painstakingly extracted as much of this external noise as possible. I do not now consider it interfering with the enjoyment of this show one bit. Joe is in a fine mood, maybe a touch frustrated with the daylight start but all in all seems to feed off the audience energy nicely.

Thanks to my old trading partner of over 30 years MR for the files.

Samples and artwork provided...




Heart 1978-11-17 Richfield Coliseum Richfield, OH

HEART 11/17/78


01 Cook With Fire
02 High Time
03 Heartless
04 Devil Delight
05 Straight On
06 Magic Man
07 Love Alive
08 Magazine
09 Mistral Wind


01 Dog & Butterfly
02 Nancy Solo
03 Crazy on You
04 Kick It Out
05 Barracuda
06 White Lightning & Wine
07 Rock and Roll
08 Without You

GEAR USED: trade CDR > EAC > TLH > .flac files


AC/DC 1985-11-24 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME

TITLE: 1985-11-24- Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME, USA


AUD -> ? -> CDR -> EAC: WAV -> TLH: FLAC 8 -> Hungercity

Here's a pretty rare show. ENJOY!!!!

01. Fly On The Wall
02. Back In Black
03. Shake Your Foundations
04. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
05. You shook Me All Night Long
06. Sin City
07. Jailbreak
08. She's Got The Jack
09. Shoot To Thrill
10. Highway To Hell
11. Sink The Pink
12. Whole Lotta Rosie
13. Let There Be Rock
14. Hells Bells
15. For Those about To Rock (We Salute You)


Bob Dylan w/ Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1986-02-07 Mt Smart Stadium Auckland, New Zealand

Bob Dylan w/ Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Mt Smart Stadium
Auckland, New Zealand
7 February 1986

Musicians: Bob Dylan (vocal, guitar & harmonica), Tom Petty (guitar, vocals & bass), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass, slide guitar), Stan Lynch (drums) and The Queens Of Rhythm: Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Elisecia Wright (backing vocals).
Source/Lineage: aud>?>CD-Rs>EAC>speed correction (95% factor CoolEditPro)>flac

disc 1

1. Train Of Pain (?)
2. Positively 4th Street
3. Clean Cut Kid
4. Shake (?)
5. I'll Remember You
6. Trust Yourself
7. That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie/Beasley Smith)
8. Masters Of War

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
9. Straight Into Darkness (Tom Petty)
10. American Girl (Tom Petty)

11. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) [edit@3:13]
12. The Times They Are A-Changin'
13. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null)
14. Just Like A Woman
15. I'm Moving On (Hank Snow)
16. Lenny Bruce

disc 2

1. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
2. Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
3. Seeing The Real You At Last
4. Ballad Of A Thin Man [edit@4:01]

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
5. So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star (R. McGuinn/C. Hillman)
6. Refugee (Tom Petty & Mike Campbell)

7. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
8. I And I
9. Shot Of Love
10. In The Garden
11. Blowin' In The Wind
12. Gotta Serve Somebody
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door


I’ll take a little break right here. One of the last great Rock and Roll bands. I wanna introduce Tom Petty and the
Heartbreakers. (after Masters Of War)
Let’s have a hand here for the lighting man. I want a hand for the soundman. That means when it sounds good or it don't
sound good, tell that man up there who will <inaudible>. (before I'm Movin' On)
All right, thank you. Don't hit me with no beer bottle now. Ha-ha. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are gonna play a couple
more songs for you. (after Ballad Of A Thin Man)


Mulholland Tomorrow Benefit Don Henley & Guests (Tom Petty / Linda Ronstadt / Jackson Browne / Stevie Nicks) 1985-09-17 Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles, CA

Mulholland Tomorrow Benefit
Don Henley & Guests
(Tom Petty / Linda Ronstadt / Jackson Browne / Stevie Nicks)
Universal Amphitheatre
Los Angeles, CA
September 17, 1985
(1st Generation)

Transfer: 1st Gen Tape > .wav File > Peak Pro 6 (pitch adjusted) > iZotope RX / ozone 5 (mastered) > Peak Pro 6 (post production) > xACT 2.39 > FLAC

01 You Can’t Make Love
02 You Drink Too Much
03 Them And Us
04 Witchy Woman
05 Life In The Fast Lane
06There’s Just Not Enough Love In The World
07 All She Wants To Do Is Dance
08 Bye Bye Johnny
09 Don’t Bring Me Down
10 Straight Into Darkness
11 Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around w/Stevie Nicks
12 Shout
13 Blue Bayou
14 I Knew You When
15 Tumbling Dice
16 Running On Empty w/Stevie Nicks
17 Lives In The Balance
18 For America
19 Stand Back
20 Leather And Lace w/Don Henley
21 My Town
22 Desperado
23 Hotel California

Known Faults:
-Likely missing at least “Building The Perfect Beast”, “Dirty Laundry”, “Drivin’ With Your Eyes Closed” and “A Month Of Sundays”
-Them And Us: end cut, only 1:46 long
-Witchy Woman: start cut, only 2:00 long
-Bye By Johnny: almost seamless splice
-Stop Draggin' My heart Around: splice

In the early 1980's Don Henley was one of the founders of "Mulholland Tomorrow", a celebrity studded organization dedicated to combat housing development in the Santa Monica mountains. In September the foundation put on a benefit concert headlined by Don Henley with a number of invited guests.

The show kicks off with a set from Henley who was on tour at the time and had already played two nights at the Universal Amphitheatre about two weeks before.
Unfortunately, the taper appears to have missed the first four songs or so from the set based on the standard 1985 setlist. On most nights "Building The Perfect Beast”, “Dirty Laundry” and “Drivin’ With Your Eyes Closed” were generally played before "You Can't Make Love". A newspaper review from the time also mentions the debut of "A Month Of Sundays" during the set but missing here as well. The Henley set is unremarkable and there are a number of circulating tapes from the tour including an FM from one of the previously mentioned nights at the Universal Amphitheatre. For whatever reason, taper issue or trade issue, those songs are not here and tape one starts mid-set. The taper also seems to have some technical issues a few songs in as "Them And Us" cuts off after 1:46 and "Witchy Woman" misses a substantial portion of the start clocking in at only 2 minutes.

The show then becomes very interesting, first up is a Tom Petty mini-set. Petty's 'Southern Accents' Tour ended in San Diego on August 9th and this was the first show after the proper tour end. He also played the Sanctuary Benefit two nights later in Tucson with many of the same performers from this show and Farm Aid on the 22nd. What's interesting about Petty's set is he plays a number of songs not regularly played on the 'Southern Accents' Tour. A fabulous version of "Don't Bring Me Down" is reprised from earlier tours, "Straight Into Darkness" one of the strongest 'Long After Dark' tracks and "Shout" are reprised from the 'Long After Dark' tour and Petty's take on the Chuck Berry classic "Bye Bye Johnny", possibly played for the first time before playing it at Farm Aid and then semi-regularly during the 1986 tour supporting Dylan and the 1987 'Let Me Up (I've Had Enough)' Tour. Of course with Stevie Nicks in the house we get the obligatory "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around".

The next mini-set from Linda Ronstadt is a real treat and appears to be her only 1985 performance and the only performance in a rock setting between 1984-1986 as she was at the height of her Nelson Riddle Orchestra phase of her career.
It's a joy to hear her once again stretch out on "Blue Bayou" and "Tumbling Dice". I am also only aware of one other playing of Billy Joe Royal's "I Knew You When" in Boston on July 22, 1983.

Jackson is up next, again between tours and a rare 1985 stage appearance, also plays a 3 song mini-set, opening with a nice version of "Running On Empty" with Stevie Nicks on backing vocals (at least that's what I'm told) and then 2 new songs to be released the following year on the overtly political "Lives In The Balance".

The guest slots come to a close with a 2 song set from Stevie Nicks, as with the others, not currently on tour at the time. This appears to be one of 3 on stage performances in 1985 for Stevie and features a nice version of "Leather And Lace" with Don Henley.

The show wraps with 3 more from Henley opening with a cover of the Michael Stanley song "My Town", I believe this is the only time this song was ever played. The show then closes as you would expect.

I'm hoping for those that collect Tom, Linda, Jackson or Stevie this fills a 1985 gap.

Thanks to my 30+ year trading compadre MR for the file set.

Samples in comments and artwork included...



Judas Priest 1986-10-25 Frölundaborg Göteborg, Sweden


Göteborg, SWE

source: 1st gen audience recording, transferred by tolvis 2019
length: 107.28
quality: sample in the first comment

I got this tape from a guy who bought it from the taper back in the day.
It ran slightly fast so I adjusted the pitch, no other tampering has
been done. A nice, clear version of the full gig. I love hearing
the Turbo Lover-songs live!

01 Out in the cold
02 Locked in
03 Heading out to the highway
04 Metal gods
05 Breaking the law
06 Love bites
07 Some heads are gonna roll
08 The sentinel
09 Private property
10 Rock you all around the world
11 Hellion / Electric eye
12 Turbo lover
13 Parental guidance
14 Freewheel burning
15 Victim of changes
16 The green manalishi (with the two-pronged crown)
17 Living after midnight
18 You got another thing comin'
19 Hell bent for leather


The Notting Hillbillies 1998-07-11 Ronnie Scott's Jazzclub, Birmingham, England

The Notting Hillbillies
Ronnie Scott's Jazzclub, Birmingham, England

Source: Audience
Format: 2CD-R

Lineage: Trade CD-Rs > XLD (secure and accurate ripper) > FLAC


Prince #SAB 105-106 Sound & Vision Volume 5

Sound & Vision Volume 5

2 CD
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 105-106
Disc Length : 71:00 / 68:04
Source : Soundboard / Broadcast
Sound Quality : EX / EX+
Year Of Release : 2000


Disc 1

MTV Vide Music Awards : 9th September 1999

1. Announces TLC On Stage

Nulle Part Ailleurs : 17th November 1999

2. Baby Knows   3. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold   4. Alphabet St.   5. Everyday People   6. Jam

GQ Awards : 31st October 1998

7. Presents Award To Chris Rock

Apocalypse Tube : 20th November 1999

8. Baby Knows   9. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold

Yahoo Internet Life Awards : 30th July 1999

10. The Jam   11. Free   12. Everyday People   13. Speech

TFI Friday : 19th November 1999

14. Baby Knows

TFI Friday : 4th February 2000

15. Prettyman

Top Of The Pops : 20th November 1999

16. Baby Knows   17. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold

Op Reis : 5th December 1999

18. Interview

Disc 2

Septimo : 22nd November 1999 (Broadcast 9th August 2000)

1. Heavy Guitar Intro   2. Baby Knows   3. Prettyman   4. (Sometimes I Feel Like A) Motherless Child   5. The Jam   6. Everyday People

Op Reis : 5th December 1999

7. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold

Harald Schmidt Show : 25th November 1999

8. Baby Knows

Genesis Awards : 10th June 2000

9. Accepts Award

Glucksspirale : 5th December 1999

10. The Greatest Romance Ever Sold

Soul Train Music Awards : 4th March 2000

11. Accepts Award

The Early Show : 29th December 1999

12. Interview   13. Baby Knows

Yahoo Internet Life Awards : 25th July 2000

14. Pre-Recorded Award Acceptance ("Thank You Just The Same")

Grammy Awards : 26th February 1985

15. Baby I'm A Star


Pink Floyd 1980-02-26 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale, NY(WWRM009)


A WALLweeds production 2004

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island New York
26th Feb 1980
WALLweed WWRM009

I have no lineage on this I am afraid other than that it came to me as an untitled show.

So here is what I did to improve this show, not much but it does improve the sound.

Equalistaion used to bring up the Bass, Treble levels etc

Normalised the sound to 70%

Loudness 9.4 dB
Output   0.5 dB


Thursday, September 29, 2022

Blood, Sweat & Tearsv 1972-07-14 Konzerthaus, Wien (Vienna), Austria

Blood, Sweat & Tears
JULY 14, 1972
Konzerthaus, Wien (Vienna), Austria
FM Broadcast from 1992

Label: none
Sound quality: This is a fine recording of a wonderful concert and a fresh transfer (2012) from my own master tape.
Lineage: FM (Ö3) > Master tape (TDK MA 110, with dolby b) > audacity > you (transfer also with dolby b)

Not commercially released by the band.

CONTRAST CLAUSE: This upload has the same musical content as michaelmee's Torrent  #252001  (Blood Sweat &
 Tears - 1972-07-14, Wein Konserthaus, Austria), which is still on the tracker.
But it's from a different source, has slightly different timings AND includes all of the Austrian announcer's comments.


01. /Radio announcer 0:36
02. Alone 5:49
03. Radio announcer 0:57
04. Introduction > Krakbegravningen (The crow's Funeral) 4:31
05. Radio announcer 0:10
06. Road Blues 3:30
07. Radio announcer 0:06
08. Introduction Lew Soloff 0:14
09. Radio announcer 0:10
10. Back in '57 4:46
11. Down in the Flood 8:17
12. Touch Me 3:54
13. I Can't Move No Mountains 6:34
14. Radio announcer 0:28
15. "M" 5:57
16. Over the Hill 4:34
17. Time Remembered 2:54
18. Radio announcer 0:44
19. Snow Queen/ Maiden Voyage 27:30
20. You Made Me So Very Happy 4:09
21. Radio announcer 0:21
22. Crowd encore call 1:11
23. Horn intro/So Long Dixie 5:07
24: Radio announcer 0:07
25. Hip Pickles 7:30
26. Radio announcer 1:01

Dave Bargeron-Trombone, Tuba
Bobby Colomby-Drums
Jim Fielder-Bass
Jerry Fisher-Vocals
Steve Katz - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Lou Marini-Woodwinds
Lew Soloff-Trumpet
Georg Wadenius-Guitar
Larry Willis-Keyboards
Chuck Winfield-Trumpet

Enjoy! Support the band, go to their concerts, buy their CDs / records!

Have fun! And NO MP3, please (unless you don't believe in reincarnation)!

Watch out for my previous uploads in the extra file.


Bush 1996-03-01 John F. Savage Hall Toledo, OH

March 1st, 1996.
John F. Savage Hall - Toledo, OH

Taper:      Charles Dewey Cole, IV <>
Location:   CTR section back from floor, 10 rows up; recorder held at chest level.
Source:     Radio Shack CTR-96 Cassette Tape Recorder > TDK SA100 > PC
            Cool Edit Pro > Cd Wave > FLAC
Conversion: Charles Dewey Cole, IV <>
Equipment:  Pioneer CT-W606DR > PC > Cd Wave

Disc One: (1:32:31)

01. Old                        3:43
02. Machinehead                    4:47
03. Monkey                    5:45
04. Greedy Fly                    5:21
05. Comedown                    8:23
06. Body                    6:11
07. Swim                    9:30
08. X-Girlfriend                1:07
09. Alien                    7:59
10. Bubbles                    5:34
11. Bomb                    5:54
12. Little Things                8:44
13. ~ Encore ~                    5:02
14. Glycerine                    5:36
15. Everything Zen                8:55


This is not a great recording, but its the first recording I ever made,
so it holds a significant amount of nostalgia for me. I checked the calendar
and realized we are coming up on the 25th anniversary, so what better time to
finally share it? I dubbed a few tapes for friends in the 1990's, but aside
from that -- no ones ever heard this. You will hear a friend of mine yelling
various things into the mic (including my name at the encore break) as he was
busting my chops. He couldnt believe I wanted to sneak in a recorder and once
I was inside, he thought it might be fun to mess with me. The openers were
No Doubt and the Goo Goo Dolls. I did not record No Doubt but did record the
Goo Goo Dolls. Sadly, the red light on the CTR-96 was very bright and security
walked me out to the main concourse and confiscated my tape and batteries.
Thankfully, I brought backup batteries just in case. This gig is a great one
because it features an early "Greedy Fly" (different lyrics) prior to the
recording of Razorblade Suitcase. The band also performed the rarely played
soundtrack cuts "Old" and "Bubbles", as well.

Ive been taping almost every gig Ive attended since this concert, so the
memory of this is very near and dear. I was 15 years old fooling around with
a Radio Shack recorder and it's actually not THAT bad, given the circumstances.
I went on to use this recorder through 1997 and then trashed it for a Sony
MZR-30 MD in 1998. The rest is history.

For more information on Bush, please visit:


Led Zeppelin 1977-06-21 The Forum Inglewood, CA(EVSD 260-262 X-Mas Edition)

Led Zeppelin Listen To This, Eddie X-Mas edition
The Forum, Inglewood, Los Angeles, 1977-6-21
Empress Valley 2003 EVSD 260,261,262

lineage: My silvers>EAC>WAV>FLACFRONTEND>FLAC Level 8, tested encoded files and Checksum md5 generated by Traders' Little Helper
Artwork included with scans and shots from my copy, EAC log files included

Sca&ns and shots are from the Promo item

Disc 1

01 The Song remains The Same

02 Sick Again

03 Nobody's Fault But Mine

04 Over The Hills And Far Away

05 Since I've Been Loving You
06 No Quarter

Disc 2
01 Ten Years Gone
02 Battle Of Evermore
03 Going To California
04 Black Country Woman
05 Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06 White Summer Suite
07 Kashmir

Disc 3
01 Out On The Tiles/Moby Dick
02 Heartbreaker

03 Guitar Solo
04 Achilles Last Stand
05 Stairway To Heaven

06 Whole Lotta Love
07 Rock And Roll

If I stated Delirium Treamtent audience as Superb, what words for this gem?

A Crystal clear audience, if perfection is somewhere, well here it is and this is the BEST version of NO QUARTER definitvely.

Enjoy it!

Review from Underground Uprising :

Listen To This, Eddie (Empress Valley EVCD 260/261/262) 3CDs in a card gatefold sleeve           

Disc One (71.04):- The Song Remains The Same/Sick Again/Nobody's Fault But Mine/Over The Hills And Far Away/Since I've Been loving You/No Quarter
Disc Two (56.13):- Ten Years Gone/The Battle Of Evermore/Going To California/Black Country Woman/ Bron-yr-Aur Stomp/White Summer-Black Mountain Side/Kashmir
Disc Three (71.26):- Out On The Tiles Intro-Moby Dick/Heartbreaker/Guitar Solo/Achilles Last Stand/ Stairway To Heaven/Whole Lotta Love/Rock And Roll

Just when you thought that you had heard the definitive, most complete and best sounding version of this legendary concert (the recent Wendy Records Listen To This, Eddie), Empress Valley pull it off yet again. Released on 24 December 2003, I received it on New Year's Eve. The discs have the greeting: 'Merry X'mas & A Happy New Year' on them. The sound on this new release is quite simply mind blowingly stunning full stereo audience recording. This might not appeal to everyone as clearly Empress Valley have applied a lot of EQ on Mike Millard's already stunning sounding original recording. For this latest release Empress Valley used the same first generation, speed corrected cassette to DAT transfer that was originally used for Silver Rarities excellent Listen To This Eddie Master Series release. The Silver Rarities was a straight transfer to CD, without any EQ. Technology has of course advanced incredibly in recent years and it is amazing what can be done with an audio tape recording these days. However one man's EQ is another man's poison. It is all a matter of taste. That said this is a really lovely production. The well known cut in Ten Years Gone has been neatly filled using an alternate source tape, on Disc 2 track 1, from 06.34 to 06.48. There is no cut between the end of the Guitar Solo and Achilles Last Stand. The packaging is extremely nice too. Empress Valley have adopted the original Rock Solid Records vinyl release Listen To This, Eddie for their front cover of the gatefold card sleeve. At the top of this is the logo: 'NEW IMPROVED FULL DIMENSIONAL STEREO'. Disc one is housed in the left sleeve, and discs two and three are inside the right sleeve. There is also an obi, black Japanese characters on a white background. The price is also most reasonable. In addition to the regular release there were 50 Promo copies released. On the front cover of the gatefold card slipcase is a photo of Jimmy from Chicago 6 April 1977 in the German Army uniform. The rest of the packaging is nearly identical, but this rarity will be much sought after by collectors. All in all a really lovely production from Empress Valley, and hopefully the last version to be released by anyone. As this is now my eighth version of this legendary concert, I certainly hope so! (Jules McTrainspotter Jan 04)

Listen To This, Eddie (Empress Valley EVSD 260/261/262)
Disc One (71.04):- The Song Remains The Same/Sick Again/Nobody's Fault But Mine/Over The Hills And Far Away/Since I've Been loving You/No Quarter
Disc Two (56.13):- Ten Years Gone/The Battle Of Evermore/Going To California/Black Country Woman/ Bron-yr-Aur Stomp/White Summer-Black Mountain Side/Kashmir
Disc Three (71.26):- Out On The Tiles Intro-Moby Dick/Heartbreaker/Guitar Solo/Achilles Last Stand/ Stairway To Heaven/Whole Lotta Love/Rock And Roll

Listen To This, Eddie-Full Dimensional Stereo Sound. This release really offers a metallic KO, many have tried and made claims about the complete and definitive version, but this one really hits you right in the chest. Don't be fooled by fools! is what I've been told, when asking about different versions of this show. They all from the same tape, and don't pay to have someone EQ it for you. Well, that might be-BUT, I don't have this technology at home-this one is that different. The most complete, best sounding and hopefully the last version of this great audience recording. (meimnoone,2004)

Well well well, this now my third version of this legendary show. I also own the Definitive Complete Version from Jelly Roll and the first Version from Empress Valley. But this version here, called the Christmas Edition pips them all away. It's simply awesome!!! The sound is crystal clear and it is a full dimensional stereo sound. Like other EV Releases the EQ of this release is very high, but the high EQ is the reason for the crystal clear sound. And he's not so high like in the first version from EV! This release is a MUST HAVE for any serious collector who wants a very good sounding show and a really great concert from Led Zeppelin.... Get it, if you have the chance! (Moll Drummer Feb 04)


Neil Young 1996-11-04 Harbour Station, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Neil Young & Crazy Horse

audience recording: (unknown equipment)
master >  CD > EAC > Nero Wave editor > TLH > flac 8

1.Hey Hey, My My (missing)
2.Pocahontas (missing)
3.Slip Away
5.Long May You Run
6.The Needle And The Damage Done
9.Cinnamon Girl
10.When You Dance I Can Really Love
11.Cortez The Killer
12.Music Arcade
13.Rockin' In The Free World
14.Like A Hurricane
15.This Town
16.Big Time
17.Sedan Delivery (missing)
18.Don't Cry No Tears (missing)
19.Roll Another Number (missing)
20.Rockin' In The Free World (missing)


Saga 1984-02-22 Civic Forum, Montreal, Canada

Venue: Civic Forum, Montreal, Canada
Date: 22 Feb 1984
Taper: Unknown
Source: Radio broadcast
Transfer: CD-R from trade > EAC > FLAC Level 8 > you
Sound Quality: A/A+ in my rating and ears....

Disc 1
1 You're Not Alone
2 On The Loose
3 Humble Stance
4 The Perfectionist
5 Compromise
6 Catwalk
7 Ice Nice
8 The Flyer
9 Time's Up
10 Wind Him Up
11 Intermission
12 Scratching The Surface
13 It's Time
14 The Pitchman

Disc 2
1 Don't Be Late
2 A Brief Case
3 Careful Where You Step

A few clicks present and some radiotalk is edited, but a very nice
and rare radiobroadcast from Canada. This is Saga at their peak in my opinion
Since I got this in a trade I dont have any info
about lineage, taping equipment etc.

Do NOT encode to MP3 or any other lossy compression format!!
This is intended for free trade only. Do not buy or sell!!



Neil Young 1996-09-06 New World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, IL

NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE  -  New World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, Illinois, USA  -  September 06, 1996

audience recording: (unknown equipment)
DAT master > CDR > EAC > wav > Adobe Audition* > wav > CD Wave Editor(tracking) > wav > TLH > flac
(* edits, fades, volume adjustments)

1.    Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
2.    Pocahontas
3.    Big Time
4.    Slip Away
5.    The Needle And The Damage Done
6.    Heart Of Gold
7.    Sugar Mountain
8.    Cinnamon Girl
9.    F*!#in' Up
10.    Cortez The Killer
11.    Music Arcade
12.    Like A Hurricane
13.    Powderfinger
14.    Cowgirl In The Sand
15.    Roll Another Number
16.    Rockin' In The Free World

total:  2.15.23

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


Todd Rundgren 1978-05-14 The Bottom Line, New York City, NY(SBD)

Todd Rundgren
with The Hello People, Mark "Moogy" Klingman,
John Siegler and John "Willie" Wilcox
The Bottom Line, New York
May 14, 1978 (early and late shows)
sbd recording

sbd---?--->Trade CDR--->EAC--->FLAC Frontend--->FLAC (L8)

Early Show
1.1 Real Man
1.2 Sometimes I Don't Know What To Feel
1.3 Love Of The Common Man
1.4 The Range War
1.5 Love In Action
1.6 Never Never Land
1.7 You Cried Wolf
1.8 Unchained Melody
1.9 The Book Of Love
1.10 Can We Still Be Friends?
1.11 Black Maria
1.12 Don't You Ever Learn?
1.13 The Verb 'To Love'
1.14 A Dream Goes On Forever
1.15 Video Chat
1.16 I'm So Proud--->Ooh Baby Baby--->
La La Means I Love You-I Saw The Light
Late Show
2.1 Real Man
2.2 It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
2.3 Love Of The Common Man
2.4 Ladyface  
2.5 Black And White
2.6 Never Never Land
2.7 You Cried Wolf
2.8 Bread
2.9 Zen Archer
2.10 The Last Ride
2.11 Cliche
2.12 Video Chat
2.13 Eastern Intrigue
2.14 Initiation
2.15 Determination
Early Show-3.1 Eastern Intrigue
3.2 Initiation  
3.3 Couldn't I Just Tell You
3.4 Hello It's Me
3.5 Just One Victory
Late Show-3.6 Intros/Hello It's Me
3.7 Love Is The Answer

- Tape wobble on 'Black Maria


Led Zeppelin 1977-06-21 The Forum, Inglewood, Ca(EVSD)

 Led Zeppelin
June 21, 1977
The Forum, Inglewood, California, USA

Listen To This, Eddie!!!, 3cd (EVSD 465/466/467)
[from the boxset: For Badge Holders Only, 18cd+1dvd by Empress Valley (EVSD 465~482 & EVSDVD 016)]

lineage: my silvers>EAC>Flac

Disc 1:
01.The Song Remains The Same
02.The Rover / Sick Again
03.Nobody's Fault But Mine
04.Over The Hills And Far Away
05.Since I've Been Loving You
06.No Quarter

Disc 2:
01.Ten Years Gone
02.The Battle Of Evermore
03.Going To California
04.Black Country Woman
05.Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
06.White Summer
07.Black Mountain Side

Disc 3:
01.Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
03.Guitar Solo
04.Achilles Last Stand
05.Stairway To Heaven
06.Whole Lotta Love
07.Rock And Roll


AC/DC 1985-10-20 Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, NV

Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, NV
October 20, 1985
Length: 01:40:00
Lineage: CDR > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC (Level 8)

Track List:
CD 1 (45:00):

01 Fly on the Wall
02 Back in Black
03 Shake Your Foundations
04 Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
05 You Shook Me All Night Long
06 Sin City
07 Jailbreak
08 The Jack (incomplete)

CD 2 (55:00):

01 Shoot to Thrill
02 Highway to Hell
03 Sink the Pink
04 Whole Lotta Rosie
05 Let There Be Rock
06 Hells Bells
07 TNT
08 For Those About to Rock (cut short due to PA blowing out)

This is a really good audience recording that I've had for a while in mp3 format.  Finally found it in CDDA.
The Jack is incomplete, as it cuts off at 3:52 in.
Audio levels drop during Hells Bells, continues into TNT then returns to normal.
The PA blows after the first cannon salvo during "FTAR" (about 3:48 mins in).  There is a long audience break, then the band returns to finish the song (about 8:00 mins in).  As they attempt to finish (and Brian's voice is barely audible), the cannons again blow the PA (about 8:52 mins in) and "FTATR" is finally abandoned.



3 Doors Down 2000-05-11 Hundridge Theater Las Vegas, NV(FM)

3 Doors Down - 2000-05-11 - Las Vegas, NV (FM/FLAC)
3 Doors Down - 2000-05-11 - Las Vegas, NV
(FM brodcast FLAC)

Hundridge Theater
Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S.A.
May 11, 2000
recorded live FM broadcast from Westwood One on "high voltage"
(and various TV apprearances)
touring their hugely popular debut album "a better life"

lineage: (tracks 1-18)
FM broadcast > (tracks 19-24, TV broadcast) > Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire antenna > nak. bx-125 cassette deck (dolby off) > maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette > played on nak. bx-300 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.

Brad Arnold: lead vocals (and all lyric writing)
Matt Roberts: lead guitar, backing vocals
Chris Henderson: rhythm guitar
Todd Harrell: bass
Richard Liles: drums, percussion and backing vocals

01: radio announcer :14
02: not enough > 3:25
03: better life 3:38
04: life of my own 4:48
05: radio announcer :13
06: so I need you 4:04
07: loser (and radio announcer) 5:33
08: duck and run 4:11
09: dangerous game 4:13
10: down poison 4:33
11: radio announcer :10
12: dead love 3:45
13: be like that 4:48
14: radio announcer :15
15: kryptonite > 4:37
16: by my side > 3:55
17: smack 4:09
18: radio outro :43

plus *** Bonus tracks!!! *** (we all like those, don't we?)
19: loser (Tonite show Oct. 27, 2000) 4:57
20: kryptonite (Billboard awards Dec. 5, 2000) 4:10
21: loser (Conan O'Brien show Dec. 19, 2000) 4:27
22: loser (Letterman show Jan. 29, 2001) 4:45
23: duck and run (Tonite show Feb. 22, 2001) 4:15
24: talk (Tonite show Feb. 22, 2001) 2:51

runtime: 82:43 (just Las Vegas concert, 57:17)

this was going to include these "bonus tracks" because the radio show was just an hour, the band was bigger than Mt. Everest at this time and these are all TV appearances during their debut tour, and to fill up a CD, although since there are
fewer and fewer folks listening to CD's any more, and all these performances have some unique quirks to them, I decided to leave all of these in here since they're good ones and all from master audio tapes of the TV broadcasts. I thought the band sounded a little nervous or trepid in the TV appearances, except in the billboard awards and the second Tonight show appearance, they sounded inspired and fired up. they sounded very comfortable and enthusiastic in the radio show. this band went from no name to grammy awards faster than the police or U2 or elvis costello or anyone in quite awhile in the world of rock. a year before this, nobody had heard of them, but by this time there was no escaping their "kryptonite" and "loser" on the radio. the Spin Doctors just had a pocket full of kryptonite. 3 doors down had a fortress of it, and in 2013, they're still a big act and quite active in the American rock touring circuit, having followed up this tour with several more albums and tours since then, including several more big hit songs.



David Bowie 1976-02-28 Public Auditorium Cleveland, OH(Neoexpressionism)


David Bowie

Feb 28 1976
Public Auditorium Cleveland

Disc 1

4.  FAME
6.  STAY

Disc 2

1.  TVC 15 (False Start)
4.  TVC 15 (False Start 2)
8.  TVC 15

What can I say about this disc other than if you are a Bowie fan
then this is a true must have disc.  It is a direct copy of a double silver disc
I have, which was recorded live at The Public Auditorium Cleveland on 28-2-76. However
my copy is on TSP "The Swinging Pig" Record label and is just the standard jewel case.

This is what Bassman has to say about this recording:

"COMMENTS: At last! This is a CD issue of the same concert as
The sound quality is excellent, but unfortunately there is a fault in
FAME, at one spot it jumps a split second!
The LP-like fold out cover is a very nice alternative to the jewel case.
This is still the only complete 1976 concert releaed and this audience
recording is in stereo! A true must"!

Not much else I can add really, sound wise I would rate this as 7.8/10
and as stated previously this is a true must for any Bowie fan.

As always share freely but never sell, Bowie is a current recording artist
so support him by buying his official cd's and merchandise.


Wednesday, September 28, 2022

The Kinks 1993-05-13 The Academy New York City, NY

The Kinks
The Academy
New York City, NY
May 14, 1993
(Two Of Us Master Series Volume 29)

Recording: Shure Mic > Sony WM-D6C

2020 Transfer: Master Tape > Nakamichi DR-01 (azimuth adjusted) > Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity > iZotope RX / ozone 5 (mastered) > Peak Pro 6 (post production) > xACT 2.39 > FLAC

01 Destroyer
02 Low Budget
03 Misfits
04 Apeman
05 Phobia
06 Drift Away
07 Only A Dream
08 Waterloo Sunset
09 Alcohol
10 Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
11 Sunny Afternoon
12 Celluloid Heroes
13 Harry Rag
14 Still Searching
15 Hatred (A Duet)
16 Welcome To Sleazy Town
17 Till The End Of The Day
18 Where Have All The Good Times Gone
19 Wall Of Fire
20 All Day And All Of The Night
21 Lola
22 Days
23 You Really Got Me

Known Faults:
-Around The Dial: possibly missing
-Destroyer: end only

Welcome to Volume Twenty-Nine of the "Two Of Us" Master Series.

Between 1983 and 1999 there was likely not a taper or taping duo more active than the "Two Of Us". For the better part of a decade and a half they taped over 250 artists with an array being taped multiple times.

If you collect Springsteen then you are already familiar with some of their work, "fmcleanboots" has posted a half dozen or so of their "Tunnel Of Love" tour shows but has decided to pass the baton.

What you don't know is their passion was not just for Springsteen but for music and that passion runs deep. It is astonishing how many artists they taped.

They followed tours taping club shows, theater shows, arena shows, big artists, mid-level artists and local artists. If they were following a tour and the tour had an off night they'd see who else was playing that night to tape.

Always focused on enjoyment of the show as the priority, tickets were for the most part acquired outside of the venue as they worked to obtain the best possible seats, continually trading up until the correct seats were acquired.

The results of this were the captures are uniformly excellent but on occasion the start of the show was sacrificed as a trade-off for the seats. The heavy lifting was done by the Sony WM-D6C and an external Shure Mic before moving to DAT for the last couple of years.

None of their masters have ever been circulated and have been safely stored for the past three to four decades in a climate controlled environment. Tapes transferred so far are in pristine condition.

Though we may do some mini releases of a series of shows in order for one portion of a tour for the most part shows will not be released in order, there are just too many of them.

This will be a very exciting series and we hope along the way we upgrade existing circulating audio and offer up shows that do not have any circulating audio.

We hope you enjoy the ride, this is definitely not a dark ride.


The Kinks @ The Academy 1993

Though it is difficult to be totally accurate these days it appears this is the first release of this date in support of The Kinks 24th studio album "Phobia". There is a circulating WNEW FM broadcast from the day before featuring 10 songs but I could not easily find any audio from this date.

This is a solid capture with just a touch of reverb, not enough to spoil a fine recording. I have not heard too many 1993 shows but the band sounds great here, tight and having a good time.

As I do with ALL postings, I've included multiple samples so you can get a sense of the quality of the show and decide for yourself to download or not, I also try to give as many details as possible to known faults so you are never surprised by a cut, splice or quality issue.

Thanks to "Two Of Us" and their dedication to capturing all these great shows as well as trusting me to be the caretaker of their work. Also, a big thank you to my friend "fmcleanboots" for putting me in touch and laying the groundwork that has resulted in this release.

Artwork included...

mjk5510 & Two Of Us


Bob Dylan & Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1986-02-05 Athletic Park Wellington, New Zealand

Bob Dylan, 2/5/86,

Athletic Park Wellington, New Zealand



aud master, good to very good sound;
nearby crowd a little noisy;

LB 222


1 Instrumental
2 Like A Rolling Stone
3 Shake ( ? )
4 I'll Remember You
5 Trust Yourself
6 Across The Borderline (Cooder/Hiatt/Dickinson)
7 Masters Of War
8 Straight Into Darkness (Petty)
9 Don't Bring Me Down (Petty)

1 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
2 It Ain't Me, Babe
3 I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A Null)
4 Just Like A Woman
5 I'm Movin' On (Hank Snow)
6 Lenny Bruce
7 When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky

1 Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
2 Seeing The Real You At Last
3 Ballad Of A Thin Man
4 So You Wanna Be A Rock N Roll Star ? (Petty)
5 Refugee (Petty)
6 Shot of Love
7 I And I
8 Gotta Serve Somebody
9 In the Garden
10 Heart of Mine
11 Blowin in the Wdin
12  Rainy Day Women
13 Knockin on Heaven

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass), Stan Lynch (drums)and The Queens Of Rhythm: Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Elisecia Wright (backing vocals).


Kansas 1976-11-18 Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

Transfer info: 2nd gen cassette > JVC KD-V6 Cassette Deck (w/ manual azimuth adjustment) > TASCAM CD-RW900mkII Professional CD Recorder > CDR > EAC > CD WAV Editor (track marking) > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC

This transfer was done by luciferburns.
All editing and tracking was done by myself.

Artist: Kansas
Source: Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI. November 18th 1976
Time: 79:22
Notes: 2nd gen.

1. Intro (1:49)
2. Carry On Wayward Son (5:38)
3. Icarus (Borne On Wings Of Steel) (6:06)
4. Down The Road (4:08)
5. Mysteries And Mayhem (4:15)
6. Lamplight Symphony (2:52)
7. The Wall (5:06)
8. Lonely Wind (6:48)
9. Miracles Out Of Nowhere (7:24)
10. Guitar Solo (2:37)
11. Child Of Innocence (4:32)
12. Magnum Opus (13:19)
13. Song For America (10:19)
14. Belexes (4:29)

Shared on TTD by EVANGP April 2022


Chicago 1976-04-02 Sports Arena San Diego, CA

Sports Arena
San Diego, CA
April 2, 1976
Mike Millard Master Tapes via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Volume 110

Recording Gear: AKG 451E microphones (CK-1 cardioid capsules) > Nakamichi 550 cassette recorder

Transfer: Mike Millard Master Cassette > Yamaha KX-W592 Cassette Deck > Sony R-500 DAT > Analog Master DAT Clone > Focusrite Scarlett 6i6 > Sound Forge Audio Studio 13.0 capture > Adobe Audition > iZotope RX8 > iZotope Ozone 8 > Audacity > TLH > FLAC

01 Anyway You Want
02 Call On Me
03 Another Rainy Day In New York City
04 Something In The City Changes People
05 Together Again
06 Just You And Me
07 Once Or Twice
08 Scrapbook
09 Saturday In The Park
10 (I've Been) Searchin' So Long
11 Mongonucleosis
12 Old Days
13 You Get It Up
14 Hope For Love
15 Beginnings
16 Skin Tight
17 A Hit By Varese
18 Questions 67 And 68
19 Feelin' Stronger Every Day
20 25 Or 6 To 4

Known Faults:

Introduction to the Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Series

Welcome to JEMS’ Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone series presenting recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike The Mike, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin done in and around Los Angeles circa 1975-77. For the complete details on how tapes in this series came to be lost and found again, as well as JEMS' long history with Mike Millard, please refer to the notes in Vol. One:

Until 2020, the Lost and Found series presented fresh transfers of previously unavailable first-generation copies made by Mike himself for friends like Stan Gutoski of JEMS, Jim R, Bill C. and Barry G. These sources were upgrades to circulating copies and in most instances marked the only time verified first generation Millard sources had been directly digitized in the torrent era.

That all changed with the discovery of many of Mike Millard’s original master tapes.

Yes, you read that correctly, Mike Millard’s master cassettes, long rumored to be destroyed or lost, have been found. Not all of them but many, and with them a much more complete picture has emerged of what Millard recorded between his first show in late 1973 and his last in early 1993.

The reason the rediscovery of his master tapes is such a revelation is that we’ve been told for decades they were gone. Internet myths suggest Millard destroyed his master tapes before taking his own life, an imprudent detail likely concocted based on the assumption that because his master tapes never surfaced and Mike’s mental state was troubled he would do something rash WITH HIS LIFE’S WORK. There’s also a version of the story where Mike’s family dumps the tapes after he dies. Why would they do that?

The truth is Mike’s masters remained in his bedroom for many years after his death in 1994. We know at least a few of Millard’s friends and acquaintances contacted his mother Lia inquiring about the tapes at the time to no avail. But in the early 2000s, longtime Millard friend Rob S was the one she knew and trusted enough to preserve Mike’s work.

The full back story on how Mike’s master tapes were saved can be found in the notes for Vol. 18 Pink Floyd, which was the first release in our series transferred from Millard’s original master tapes:

Chicago, Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, April 2, 1976

We shift back to early years of Mike "The Mike" Millard's legendary run of live taping to a somewhat unexpected pick, Chicago, performing in San Diego in support of Chicago VIII and even more so Chicago IX, their first Greatest Hits, released in late 1975.

Chicago doesn't exactly fit the profile of Millard's favorite artists or even those on the fringes, but Jim R explains below why he and Mike attended the concert. Chicago was undeniably big at the time; that Greatest Hits record would eventually go quintuple platinum. Even I was surprised how many of their songs I knew: "Saturday In The Park," (I've Been) Searchin' So Long," "Old Days," "Beginnings," "25 Or 6 To 4," and the one Chicago song I always loved as a kid, "Feelin' Stronger Every Day."

Horn bands were having a moment in the '70s, as Chicago's peers included Tower of Power, Chase, Average White Band and of course Blood Sweat & Tears, whose songs I often confuse with Chicago's, especially "You Make Me So Very Happy." In concert, horns added a great layer to a band's sound, bringing jazz and swing influences that can be heard in Chicago's set, especially the instrumentals.

Mike and Jim were way up front at this one, and close followers of the L&F series know that's not always ideal. Being too close can mean you're missing the direct sound from the PA and instead picking up a mix of on-stage instruments, monitors and amps, plus some distant PA.

Couple that with the notoriously bad acoustics in the San Diego Sports Arena and you get a recording that Mike himself rated "Poor." Millard applied the identical grade to The Who's performance at the same venue six months later (Vol. 60 in the Lost and Found series) and also Black Sabbath at Long Beach Arena in September 1975 (Vol. 36).

Millardophiles surely know that the Sabbath recording is one of the most treasured of the series. Ozzy's vocals were buried, because Mike was so close to the state, but the guitar sound is incredible, and with mastering support to help rebalance the audio, the released Sabbath is a special document indeed. The Who San Diego '76 isn't the same revelation and you definitely hear too much of the room, but it remains satisfying, especially for Keith Moon era recordings.

The sound of the Chicago capture is slightly south of The Who to be sure. Something about the loud dynamics of the horns and low mixes of the guitar and vocals makes for an unbalanced recording. But poor? Not at all. We did our best to help restore some of the lower elements and tame the loud ones, resulting in a fairly listenable tape of a band that wasn't recorded at anywhere near the frequency of the Zeppelins, Claptons and Eltons. Samples provided.

Here's what Jim R recalled about Chicago in San Diego 1976.

I went with Mike Millard to the Chicago concert at the San Diego Sports Arena in San Diego, CA on April 2, 1976.

Mike drove the car to SD, and we were joined by a couple friends of ours, one of which, Robert Loya, was a huge fan of Chicago. Robert was the reason we went, mostly to record it for him. Mike and I were only casual Chicago fans.

But the bigger question that remains is: Why did we go all the way to San Diego, about a two-hour drive, instead of The Forum shows a couple days before which were much closer? The answer is: Seat Location!

We sat second row center for face value instead of paying high scalper prices at The Forum. Robert got us the tickets. The San Diego Sports Arena always had a laid back vibe compared to the big LA venues, making it very easy to get equipment in. So that contributed to choosing San Diego as well.

Of course the big negative with the Sports Arena down there is the echo from exposed concrete walls. You're gonna hear them on the recording and a bit of us chatting at the start, too.

Teaser Alert: I shot pictures of the show, including a few of Mike "in action" with his famous yellow bag containing the Nakamichi 550 under his seat. In one of the photos you can see a mic head sticking out of his plaid hat. We look forward to sharing that with you down the road.

I hope you enjoy the show and artwork.

Cheers to my buddy Mike.



JEMS is proud to partner with Rob, Jim R, Ed F, Barry G and many others to release Millard's historic recordings and to help set the record straight about the man himself.

We can’t thank Rob enough for reconnecting with Jim and putting his trust in our Millard reissue campaign. He kept Mike’s precious tapes under wraps for two decades, but once Rob learned of our methods and stewardship, he agreed to contribute the Millard DATs and cassettes to the program. Our releases would not be nearly as compelling without Jim’s memories, photos and other background contributions. As many of you have noted, the stories offer an entertaining complement to Mike’s incredible audio documents.

Team Millard continues to include Professor Goody on the plus/minus cents, while our efforts are led by mjk5510, including cracking the code on a seriously unfamiliar setlist that the Web offered help in compiling.

Finally, cheers to the late, great Mike the MICrophone. His work never ceases to impress. May he rest in peace.



Emmylou Harris & The Nash Ramblers 1995-02-11 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN(SBD)

Emmylou Harris & The Nash Ramblers
Ryman Auditorium,
Nashville, TN


"My Rambling Days Are Over"

Lineage: SBD > Unknown > Trade CDR (each CD a single track) > EAC > FLAC > Audacity (Track) >FLAC 8

(GW 2021-08-15)

Total Time 2:57:58

Set List

Set One

01 Intro
02 Roses In The Snow
03 If I Could Only Win Your Love
04 Hello Stranger
05 Beneath Still Waters
06 One Of These Days
07 The Boxer
08 Amarillo
09 The Nash Ramble
10 Band Intros
11 You Don't Know Me
12 Prayer In Open D
13 High Powered Love
141 Making Believe
15 The Other Side Of Life
16 Blue Kentucky Girl
17 Scotland
18 Lee Highway Blues

Set Two

19 Pink Panther Theme >
20 Guitar Town
21 Half As Much
22 Two More Bottles Of Wine
23 Too Far Gone
24 Memories Of "At The Ryman"
25 Mansion On The Hill
26 Walls Of Time
27 Get Up John
28 Sailing Shoes>
29 Crossroads >
30 Sailing Shoes
31 Pancho And Lefty
32 If I Needed You
33 Just Like You
34 What You Don't Know
35 Bill Munroe Intro
36 Blue Moon Of Kentucky
37 Kentucky Waltz
38 Born To Run
39 Ain't Living Long Like This
40 Sweet Dreams
41 Rambler Crew Thanks
42 Save The Last Dance For Me
43 Crescent City >
44 C'est La Vie (You Never Can Tell)
45 Applause
46 Encore Intro
47 Calling My Children Home
48 Luxury Liner
49 Jambalaya (On The Bayou)


Emmylou Harris - Vocals, Guitar
The Nash Ramblers:
Sam Bush - Fiddle, Mandolin and Vocals
Al Perkins - Banjo, Guitar, Resonator Guitar and Vocals
Larry Atamaniuk - Drums
Jon Randall Stewart - Guitar, Mandolin and Vocals
Mark W Winchester - Double Bass and Vocals

+ Bill Monroe - Mandolin, Vocals
Joey Miskulin - Accordian
Roy Huskey Jr - Double Bass and Vocals
Kieran Kane - Banjo/Mandolin


This is a superb quality soundboard recording. Emmylou says during the performance that the show is being recorded, but it has never been officially released. (This is NOT the officially released "At The Ryman" which was recorded over three nights in 1991)

This was the last show by Emmylou and the Nash Ramblers after five years performing together (although they did play again together in 2017 back at the Ryman to raise money for its preservation).

What a stunning, and long, show this is. Emmylou's voice plus virtuoso musicians plus fantstic choice of songs equals country perfection.

Tracks 17 & 18 are instrumentals by the Nash Ramblers

Tracks 32 and 33 are Jon Randall Stewart songs and lead vocals

Tracks 36 and 37 are Bill Monroe

Much as I love Emmylou's voice, my absolute favourite here is tracks 28-20. Sam Bush and Al Perkins start off with the just the two of them perfoming Little Feat's Sailing Shoes which then morphs into Cream's Crossroads (all just on mandolin and slide guitar). The rest of the band join in half way through Crossroads before ending back on Sailing Shoes. Just jot from beginning to end.

With covers of songs by Simon & Garfunkel, Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle and Bruce Springsteen to name a few, along with her own songs, this is a great set list.

Newpapers articles and reviews of the show are included, along with poster and CD artwork

If you want to burn to 3 CDs, split after tracks 18 and 34.


Graham Parker 1983-09-29 Park West, Chicago, IL(FM)

Graham Parker - WLUP radio broadcast, Park West, Chicago, Illinois, September 29th 1983, w. Brinsley Schwarz, complete show.

1. Intro >
2. Just Like A Man
3. Thunder and Rain
4. Fool's Gold
5. White Honey
6. Sounds Like Chains >
7. Anniversary
8. Passive Resistance
9. You Can't Take Love for Granted
10. Glass Jaw
11. Life Gets Better
12. You Can’t be too Strong  
13. Soul on Ice
14. Local Girls
15. Protection
16. Saturday Night Is Dead
17. Discovering Japan

Encores :

18. DJ > Band Intro > (Too Late) The Smart Bomb >
19. The New York Shuffle
20. DJ > Last Couple on the Dance Floor

Graham Parker - Vocals, Guitar
Brinsley Schwarz - Guitar
Huw Gower - Guitar
Kurt McGettrick - Saxophone
George Small - Keyboards
Kevin Jenkins - Bass
Michael Brown - Drums

Excellent radio broadcast, fantastic performance.

1st generation cassette (nack) > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 audio equalizer > amplifiers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.

Transfered, remastered & uploaded by 38f on Dime September 2006.


Mark Knopfler 2005-07-30 Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Seattle, WA

Mark Knopfler
Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Seattle, USA

Source: Audience
Format: 2CD-R

Lineage: Trade CD-Rs > XLD (secure and accurate ripper) > FLAC