Sunday, May 9, 2021



For everyone who has problems or doesn't know how to unpack z01, z02, files, follow this simple procedure: install the latest version of winzip or winrar, open only the zip files (ignore z01, z02 etc...), select the content and extract somewhere. That's all.


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Friday, October 21, 2016

The Rolling Stones - 2016-10-14 - Indio, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Rolling Stones 
Desert Trip 2016 Weekend 2 
Empire Polo Grounds 
Indio, Ca 
October 14, 2016 

Recorded by Daspyknows 

Recorded from back wall of the Pit At Right Stack 
Schoeps MK4/NBox Platinum Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K 

Processed using Soundforge 11, resample, to 16bit 44.1K 
TLH to convert to Flac 

01. Intro 
02. Jumpin' Jack Flash 
03. Get Off of My Cloud 
04. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) 
05. Tumbling Dice 
06. Just Your Fool 
07. Sweet Virginia 
08. Angie 
09. Live With Me 
10. Paint It Black 
11. Honky Tonk Women 
12. Band introductions 
13. You Got the Silver 
14. Little T&A 
15. Midnight Rambler 
16. Miss You 
17. Gimme Shelter 
18. Start Me Up 
19. Sympathy for the Devil 
20. Brown Sugar 
21. Crowd 


22. You Can't Always Get What You Want 
23. Satisfaction

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - 1974-07-13 - Oakland, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 
Oakland Alameda County Coliseum 
Oakland, California 

source: Reel -> DAT/n -> CDR -> EAC -> WAV -> CoolEdit -> WAV -> SHN -> FLAC 

(some additional editing and FLAC conversion by Roel on 2003/11/05) 

"revision A" 

David Crosby - vocals, guitar 
Stephen Stills - vocals, guitar, keyboards, acoustic bass 
Graham Nash - vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, organ 
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards 
Tim Drummond - bass 
Joe Lala - percussion 
Russ Kunkel - drums 

Disc 1, electric set [0h 44m 21s] 
1. Love The One You're With 
2. Wooden Ships 
3. Immigration Man 
4. Traces 
5. Cowgirl In The Sand 
6. Grave Concern 
7. Black Queen 
8. Ohio 

Disc 2, acoustic set [1h 19m 41s] 
1. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 
2. Blackbird 
3. Human Highway 
4. Carry Me 
5. For Free 
6. The Lee Shore 
7. Prison Song 
8. It's All Right 
9. Our House 
10. Long May You Run 
11. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 
12. Ambulance Blues 
13. Sugar Mountain 
14. Know You Got To Run 
15. You Can't Catch Me / Word Game 

Disc 3, electric set [1h 08m 26s] 
1. Don't Be Denied 
2. Deja Vu 
3. Pre Road Downs 
4. First Things First 
5. Long Time Gone 
6. Revolution Blues 
7. Pushed It Over The End 
8. Carry On 
9. band intro / encore announcement 
10. On The Beach 
11. Chicago / thanks by Bill Graham 

There are a few flaws on the DAT that is in circulation:
1. The first few seconds of Love The One You're With are missing.
2. A few moments/bursts of diginoise occur during Long Time Gone, Carry On, On The Beach and before Cowgirl In The Sand. The diginoise has been either fixed, or edited using a 1st generation analogue copy of this show.

3. On all known DAT/CDR copies of this show, about 10 seconds are missing from Pushed It Over The End. However, there is a bootleg double LP called 'Traces' from part of this show, where that part is curiously NOT missing. (note that the CDR bootleg 'Traces' is NOT a copy of the double LP!) I have repaired the missing seconds with a recording of that LP.

The edits using the 1st generation copy, and the LP-edit during Pushed It Over The End are audible. I really hope a better version of this show will eventually surface, but this is the best I could do for now. Let's call this version "revision A".

audible edits:
d3t05, 4:06-4:11 (1st gen edit)
d3t07, 7:53-8:04 (LP edit)
d3t08, 1:10-1:12 (1st gen edit)
8:29-8:35 (1st gen edit)

Note that the order of the songs differs from that in Ghost On The Road. The book is wrong, and the recording is clearly in the right order this way. (Just listen to the comments by Crosby before the two encores.)

The Rolling Stones - 1971-03-13 - Leeds, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Refectory @ University Of Leeds

Soundboard Analog Reel To Reel

Lineage: Reel To Reel Master>CDR>CDR>WAV(16 bit/44.1kHz)> FLAC(16 bit/44.1kHz)

Mastering Information: CDR ripped to WAV with Exact Audio Copy. Wave Files 
converted to FLAC (level 8) using FLAC Frontend.

01. Dead Flowers
02. Stray Cat Blues
03. Love In Vain
04. Midnight Rambler
05. Bitch
06. Band Introductions
07. Honky Tonk Women
08. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
09. Little Queenie
10. Brown Sugar
11. Street Fighting Man
12. Let It Rock [omitted due to being officially released]

Running Time: 54:30

Original transfer from analog master reel to CDR was done circa 1997. This conversion to FLAC was done in June 2009. 

No equalization or sound manipulation has been done to this recording.

All files have been ID tagged appropriately with a UK Tour 1971 poster imbedded as artwork. 

Stray Cats - 1982-07-31 - Chicago, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

stages music hall


unknown tape deck>unverified gen tape(tdk ad90)>technics rs-t36r>r9(line in)>2gb memory card>pc>audition>cd wav>tlh(flac 6)>you

Brian Setzer-Guitar/Vocals

Lee Rocker-Bass
Slim Jim Phantom-Drums

01) Baby Blue Eyes
02) Double Talkin Baby
03) Rumble In Brighton
04) Drink That Bottle Down
05) Built For Speed
06) Rev It Up And Go
07) Dj Comments
08) Stray Cat Strut
09) Important Words %
10) Fishnet Stockings
11) Rock This Town
12) Jeanie, Jeanie, Jeanie
13) You Cant Hurry Love
14) Something Else

this was originally broadcast as part of wxrt's unconcert series. the taper is thrilled to share this copy and said its the one used to record the broadcast. there is a touch of hiss, just enough to believe this is not a master. it is thus being labeled as unverified generation. the tape was in excellent condition, to the point of looking brand new. the broadcast itself has a good mix with nice bottom end to it. overall a great capture from a great venue. 9/10

originally built as a swedish community center in 1927, this building has gone through many names. besides being stages, it was also known as the old lakeview theatre, and the northside auditorium building. during the summer of 1982, the current owners opened up smart bar on the fourth floor of the building. in august of 1982, they had a chance to book the main room. over the next few months, they began to take control and eventually reopened the club as the caberet metro, now simply called the metro. smart bar was moved downstairs. it s a venue that is steeped in music history. smart bar pretty much spawned industrial and the metro helped give birth to several alternative bands such as the lemonheads and smashing pumpkins. its an important place to the chicago scene and its one of those places that generally every band plays at some point in their career. this nite was no exception.

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - 1996-02-17 - Nagoya, JP (MTX/AUD/SBD/FLAC)

(Matrix FLAC)

Century Hall
Title: "Tea for One"

SBD Lineage: Silvers > EAC Secure Mode > WAV > FLAC Frontend > FLAC Level 8
AUD Lineage: Silvers > EAC Secure Mode > WAV > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > TLH >
FLAC Level 8

SBD Source: "Made In Occupied Japan Part 3" (Tarantura 2001)
AUD Source: "Two Swans On A Century Lake - Kishimen Pie" (Real Dragon)

101 Egyptian Tape Intro
102 Heartbreaker
103 Bring It On Home
104 Custard Pie
105 Ramble On
106 Tangerine
107 Thank You
108 Hurdy Gurdy Solo (Nigel Eaton)
109 Gallows Pole
110 The Rain Song
111 The Song Remains The Same
112 Tea For One
201 Introduction of the Egyptian Pharaohs
202 Dancing Days
203 In The Evening
204 Four Sticks
205 Kashmir
206 Encore Break
207 Celebration Day
208 Black Dog
209 Rock And Roll

Both sources were put into the multi-track function of Adobe Audition 3.0 and synced, the audience source's volume was boosted. Mastering was done after syncing. During mastering, levels at 150 Hz and below were boosted to emphasized the low tones, and levels at 12000 Hz and above were slightly lowered, this was done in an attempt to give an equal balance to all the instruments and vocals.

Rory Gallagher - 1987-11-21 - Karlsruhe, DE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Master mit Sony WWD6C + Aiwa Micro external> flac> (Nero) 2005 burned to audio disc/Trade CDR> (wav) 2013 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)

CD 01
01.) Announcement/Continental Op 6:54
02.) Moonchild/Band Intro 6:01
03.) The Loop 2:49
04.) I Wonder Whom 9:23
05.) Don't Start Me Talkin 5:30
06.) Kickback City 5:39
07.) Tattoo'd Lady 5:46
08.) Bad Penny 5:24
09.) Failsave Day 3:41
10.) Shadow Play 5:01
11.) Out On The Western Plain 5:28
12.) Walkin Blues 5:55
13.) Pistol Slapper Blues/Keep your hands off her 5:29

Cd 02
14.) Follow Me 5:38
15.) Off The Handle 7:32
16.) Messin' With The Kid 7:06

Encore #1
17.) Shinkicker 3:53
18.) La Bamba 3:29
19.) Help me 3:09

Encore #2
20.) All around man /7th Son of a 7th son/Hoochie Coochie Man/ --> 10:25
21.) Bullfrog Blues/Dizzy miss lizzy/Route 66 7:41

Encore #3
22.) Seems to me 8:05

22 tracks = 130:00 minutes

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - 1996-02-13 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/AUD/FLAC)

(Soundboard/audience FLAC)

Budokan Hall

Title: "The Bootleg"

SBD Source: Made In Occupied Japan
SBD Lineage: Silvers > EAC Secure Mode > WAV > FLAC Fontend > FLAC-8

AUD Soruce: 10 Days - The Complete Japanese Tour 1996, 20cd&1dvd by Hoochie Coochie
AUD Lineage: Silvers > EAC > FLAC-8

101 Intro
102 Thank You
103 Custard Pie
104 Black Dog
105 Tangerine
106 Hurdy Gurdy Solo (Nigel Eaton)
107 Gallows Pole
108 Tea for One
109 Band Introductions
110 The Song Remains the Same
111 Going to California
201 Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
202 Whole Lotta Love (medley)
203 Friends
204 Yallah
205 Four Sticks
206 Kashmir
207 Encore Break
208 What is and What Should Never Be
209 Rock n Roll

Liriodendron's Notes:
Two great sources that blended together very well. Just a straight 50/50 mix, no mastering done. Some slight fluctuations in Custard Pie, but things even out after that. This is one that, in my opinion, sounds better than the "Tea for One" Matrix. The drums just come through Thunderous in this mix.....well done to Michael Lee. Turn this one up loud on a good stereo system and you can literally feel the power. Great Performance by all.

Bob Dylan - 2016-10-14 - Indio, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Bob Dylan 
Desert Trip 2016 Weekend 2 
Empire Polo Grounds 
Indio, Ca 
October 14, 2016 

Recorded by Daspyknows 

Recorded from back wall of the Pit At Right Stack 
Schoeps MK4/NBox Platinum Tascam DR-2D 24 Bit 48K 

Processed using Soundforge 11, resample, to 16bit 44.1K 
TLH to convert to Flac 

Master 2016.74 

01. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 
02. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 
03. Highway 61 Revisited 
04. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 
05. High Water (For Charley Patton) 
06. Simple Twist of Fate 
07. Early Roman Kings 
08. Love Sick 
09. Tangled Up in Blue 
10. Lonesome Day Blues 
11. Make You Feel My Love 
12. Pay in Blood 
13. Desolation Row 
14. Soon After Midnight 
15. Ballad of a Thin Man 
16. Crowd 

17. Like a Rolling Stone 
18. Why Try to Change Me Now 

Stevie Wonder - 2011-09-29 - Rio De Janeiro, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Rock in Rio

low quality sample:

ID: 224 (0xE0)
Format: MPEG Video
Format version: Version 2
Format profile: Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Format settings, GOP: M=3, N=15
Duration: 30mn 0s
Bit rate: 4 380 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height: 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio: 4:3
Frame rate: 29.970 fps
Standard: NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling: 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order: Top Field First
Compression mode: Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame): 0.423
Stream size : 949 MiB (93%)

ID: 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format: AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension: CM (complete main)
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Duration: 30mn 0s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate: 256 Kbps
Channel(s): 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits
Compression mode: Lossy
Delay relative to video : -368ms
Stream size : 55.0 MiB (5%)

01 - How sweet is to be loved by you
02 - My eyes don't cry
03 - Master blaster
04 - The way you make me feel
05 - Higher ground
06 - Visions
07 - Living for the city
08 - Don't you worry about a thing
09 - When I fall in love
10 - Ribbon in the sky
11 - Overjoyed
12 - Signed, sealed, delivered
13 - Sir Duke
14 - I wish
15 - Do I do
16 - For once in my life
17 - My cherie amour
18 - I just called to say I love you
19 - Check on your love
20 - Superstition / Isn't she lovely / Fever
21 - As
22 - Another Star

recorded from cable analogue TV Multishow with a Panasonic Standalone DVD Recorder with Hard Disk

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Simon & Garfunkel - 1967-01-02 - Buffalo, NY (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard SHN)

Unknown Venue
Buffalo, NY
January 2, 1967

Source: Original Silver CD > xACT > SHN

Manufacturer: Oil Well Records
Name: Feelin' Groovy
Catalog: RSC 033 CD
Format: 1 CD

01. Sparrow
02. Homeward Bound
03. You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies
04. A Most Peculiar Man
05. Red Rubber Ball
06. The Dangling Conversation
07. The 59th Street Bridge Song
08. Richard Cory
09. Benedictus
10. Blessed
11. A Poem on the Underground Wall
12. I Am A Rock
13. Anji
14. The Sound of Silence
15. For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
16. A Church Is Burning
17. Wednesday Morning 3 A.M.

Sound Quality:
Excellent SBD for the time

Premiata Forneria Marconi - 1975-08-02 - Pescara, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Premiata Forneria Marconi - Le Najadi, Pescara 02-Aug-1975

01 - la carrozza di hans
02 - four holes in the ground
03 - il banchetto
04 - dove ...quando
05 - mussida solo - dolcissima maria
06 - mr 9 till 5
07 - altaloma 5 till 9 - violin solo - william tell ouverture
08 - Di Cioccio solo

Aud recording received as wav files

Jethro Tull - 1973-07-23 - Oakland, CA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Oakland Coliseum

PRRP 044 A Hush In The Play

Master Audience Reel > WAV > FLAC > Remastered and Re-Tracked > FLAC

Ian Anderson - Vocals, Guitar, Flute & Saxophone
Barriemore Barlow - Drums & Percussion
Martin Barre - Lead Guitars
John Evans - Keyboards
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond - Bass Guitars

Disc One
- A Passion Play -
01. Lifebeats 08:57
02. Prelude 02:25
03. The Silver Chord 04:24
04. Re-Assuring Tune 01:14
05. Memory Bank 04:32
06. Best Friends 04:35
07. Critique Oblique 05:15
08. Forest Dance #1 01:15
09. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles 04:15
10. Forest Dance #2 01:43
11. The Foot Of Our Stairs 04:50
12. Overseer Overture 03:26
13. Flight From Lucifer 03:52
14. 10:08 From Paddington 01:06
15. Magus Perde 03:58
16. Epilogue 01:41
17. Thick As A Brick 17:07
18. Cross-Eyed Mary 04:09

Disc Two
01. No Rehearsal (segment) 02:12
02. Drum Solo (cut) 08:09
03. Instrumental 05:21
04. Maternity Ward 01:24
05. Aqualung 10:07
06. Band Introductions 01:35
07. Wind Up 13:05
08. Locomotive Breath 06:38
09. Wind Up Reprise 06:01

Notes on PRRP 044 A Hush In The Play:

And Now For Something Completely Different?
The year was 1972 and Jethro Tull was on a roll. “Aqualung” and “Thick As A Brick” had been very successful albums and the band was receiving the praise and attention that they deserved. The music press of yhe UK had been kind in their reviews and noted music journalist Chris Welch was even considered a good friend. So what was next? The Tull website describes it well.

“... work began in Switzerland (in August 1972), then studios in France (mostly to escape high British tax rates). Enough tracks to fill three sides of a double album were developed when technical problems in the studio, and band members' longing for home, caused all but four tracks to be scrapped (some of this material, like 'Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day,' would appear on 'War Child'). The dreadful experience lead Ian to dub the Chateau d'Herouville studio as the 'Chateau d'Isaster.' With only seventeen days left before the American tour, Ian wrote new material and vastly restructured some of the 'Chateau d'Isaster' ideas and the band recorded the 45-minute album, 'A Passion Play' ... Thematically, the concept album chronicles, as the title implies, a story of life and death, beginning with a recently deceased man viewing his own funeral, descending into purgatory and Hell, then reincarnated.” -

This new album was tracked only as “part one” and “part two”, each taking up a full side of the original LP record. It was not until the 1998 release of the Gold Remaster version of 'A Passion Play” that the originally intended tracking of the show was known and used. From that listing, one can see that the only track to survive from the Chateau d'Herouville sessions and make it onto this album was the song “Critique Oblique”, though “Tiger Toon” was re-worked to produce the Passion Play's “Prelude”. The album was to rise to number one in the United States and number 13 in the UK, but not without a few bumps along the way.

The new tour with “A Passion Play” was supposed to begin on April 28th 1973 at the Wembley Empire Pool but this two-night booking was cancelled, despite sold out shows. Tull fans then looked to the start of the US tour for the first performance of the new material. On May 4th, the performance began in Evansville, Indiana with the opening “Lifebeats” but the accompanying film was not shown. Later in the show, the “Hare” film was shown out of context but broke down, as it did on May 30th in Toronto. The next night in Clemson, SC the equipment truck arrived late and so the soundcheck was performed in front of the audience. Since the show did not start until 10pm, “A Passion Play” was omitted from the set. The next night's show in Maryland was cancelled because the equipment truck broke down. Great confusion exists regarding the next 10 days in Tull history. Some claim that the band spent 4 days in Knoxville, TN rehearsing the new material, while others claim (with inconsistency) that Jethro Tull concerts were performed and attended. Finally, according to written account, “A Passion Play” was definitely performed in Hampton, VA on May 17th and Richmond, VA on May 18th.

After finishing the first leg of the American Tour, and in a move that defies logistical sanity, the band returned to the UK in June to play the two previously cancelled shows at the Empire Pool, June 22nd and 23rd, the only UK shows of the tour. As reported in Melody Maker on June 23rd, Tull's manager Terry Ellis admitted that all the proceeds from the two gigs would likely be used just to cover the cost of returning the equipment from the US and then flying it all back out again for the second leg of the American tour.

Once familiar with the material in the live setting, the band expected smooth sailing. “A Passion Play” was released in the UK on July 6th and was then released in the US on July 23rd, the day of this Oakland show. Audiences, who had understandably never heard the new material, seemed to receive it warmly. Sadly, the critics had other ideas. After playing three nights in Inglewood, CA (July 20-22), the Los Angeles Times printed these comments from Robert Hilburn:

“By the time Tull left the stage Sunday night, nearly 75,000 persons had paid upwards of $400,000 to see the British rock group ... I only hope they found the show more rewarding than I did. There were, to be sure, moments of high style and imagination, particularly in the use of film, but there were also some moments of extremely tedious music. While the group's stage antics at that time - highlighted by Anderson's flitting around like a wild-eyed, super-charged Captain Hook gone mad - and fire-breathing instrumental arrangements dominated by a sort of huff-and-puff flute sound - were among the most colorful in rock, there was a lack of strong, central focus to Anderson's lyrics that kept the group's music from realizing its full potential.

Things did, however, begin impressively at the Forum. Following a spirited set by Steeleye Span (a British group which has effectively merged traditional folk with modern electronics), the Tull portion of the evening began when a small white dot appeared on a movie screen at the rear of the stage. The dot flashed off and on in time with an amplified heartbeat. Slowly, the dot grew larger and larger. After several minutes it turned red, and a ballerina joined it on screen. At first, the dancer was lying motionless on her back. Slowly coming alive, she eventually leaped through a mirror in what was a stunning piece of film. At that instant, the screen was raised and the group came on stage to begin A Passion Play, a chiefly instrumental work that alternates, in typical Tull fashion, between gentle moments and sudden, dramatic bursts of power.

While it holds your attention for a while, its instrumental repetition and its un-arresting, inaccessible lyrics eventually undercut its impact. After 20 minutes, mercifully, the group gave way to another engaging Anderson film (The Hare). After the film, the group returned with another numbing 20 minutes of A Passion Play and then 15 minutes of Thick As A Brick. It then moved into some of the better known tunes from Aqualung. If there was ever any question about the rambling, disjointed nature of Anderson's longer works, the placement of these punchier, crisper, more concise pieces from Aqualung on the same show answered it. Anderson remains a talented, serious, imaginative artist, but his extended works need more easily identifiable, engaging themes and varied musical elements if they are to be worthy of the attention he wants for them.” R. Hilburn 24th July 1973

Chris Welch, attending the Empire Pool shows, describes other aspects of the show and adds his own commentary:

“... one and a half hours solid good music by Jethro Tull at the Empire Pool, Wembley, would have been sufficient to send home many more contented fans. Instead, an over-long over-produced marathon seriously impaired their impact - and their reputation ... The Passion Play which constituted the first part of the concert, and is the basis of their next album, was a disappointment ... (yet) Ian played soprano sax with a bug attachment, with considerable facility, which added a new tonal dimension to the band sound. Jeffery Hammond-Hammond their bass player charged around the stage in a suit and Panama hat, in a kind of Monty Python-ish silly walk that seemed a parody of the natural movements of a musician inspired by his music.

The piece continued unabated, and bearing in mind we haven't heard the album yet, seemed to take a considerable time to show any signs of cohesion. The structure had a kind of Elizabethan mode, with a plethora of changes that did not resolve into any satisfying or logical direction ... the lyrics or story of the Passion Play did not communicate one whit ... part of the play was taken up with a film (The Hare), filmed in colour featuring members of the group and a ballet company. This fell flat at first, greeted with yells of 'No substitute,' with which I was bound to agree, although a colleague who thought the whole show terrible, said the film was the best part, which at least shows how opinions can differ ...” C. Welch, Melody Maker 30th June 1973

Ian Anderson was not too pleased with the reviews of the new Tull material. There were even rumors of a plan to halt the tour and disband Jethro Tull permanently. Fortunately for Tull fans the band has continued well into the 21st century. Most serious Jethro Tull fans have a strong opinion of “A Passion Play”, either positive or negative but all will agree that it was a unique experience in the history of the band.

Now let's move on to this recording; July 23rd, 1973 in Oakland, California. The show is from the master tape and is almost complete. Sadly, only a segment of the song “No Rehearsal” was present and was tracked separately. This is a song created during the Chateau d'Herouville sessions which was played during live performances in 1973. The drum solo is also cut at the beginning and we chose not to patch it. At the beginning of the recording we have tracked the entire Passion Play using the originally intended listing provided by the band. Towards the end, if you listen closely to the extended instrumental section of “Wind-up” you will hear segments that clearly become “Minstrel in the Gallery” later on in 1975. Finally, Anderson ends the show with the ringing telephone which was a metaphor for the time.
PRRP Staff

Notes from the Re-Master
We began with a FLAC encoded, digitised copy of the master tape. With the first listen it was clear that the hiss level was excessive and reduced appreciation of the subtle aspects of the show. There were also many microphone bumps that needed to be removed or reduced as much as possible along with other clicks and pops. The complete show is here except for a truncated “No Rehearsal” and the incomplete beginning of the drum solo. We chose to leave those segments un-altered rather than patching them from another source. For a 1973 audience recording this is quite good quality. Still, the frequency response drops significantly above 7,500Hz. Tonality needed adjustment given midrange excesses and excessive high-bass frequencies. Because auto-record-level circuits were in play, there were a number of partial dropouts found requiring repair. There were other single channel partial dropouts that also needed repair.

The original master tracked the Passion Play section as a single track. We added tracking to reflect the full tracking intended by Jethro Tull at the time. We also adjusted other track points. Finally, analysis showed that speed correction was needed and was applied to the whole show.

Iron Maiden - 1981-05-24 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Sun Plaza

Liberated from the Silver CD "Maiden Japan"

01 - Wrathchild
02 - Purgatory
03 - Sanctuary
04 - Remember Tomorrow
05 - Another Life (Incl. Drum Solo)
06 - Ghenghis Khan
07 - Killers
08 - Innocent Excile
09 - Twilight Zone
10 - Strange World
11 - Murders In The Rue Morgue
12 - Phantom Of The Opera
13 - Iron Maiden
14 - Running Free
15 - Transylvania (Incl. Guitar Solo)
16 - Drifter

NOTE -- Track 17 "I've Got The Fire" was removed from my earlier torrent to remove the ban.
This is simply a killer early Maiden show with the original line-up. Seventeen smokin' tracks which were wonderfully recorded, especially considering the times and venue. Steve Harris' bass is perfectly recorded and placed in the mix -- you can really hear the SOUND of him playing, the thump of the strings, etc. right from the first track. And if you like Paul Di'Anno you'll LOVE his performance here.

Emmylou Harris - 1976-03-31 - Hamburg, DE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Emmylou Harris And The Hot Band (with James Burton)
Hamburg, Germany
Liberated Bootleg: I Really Had A Ball Last Night

Soundboard recording (vinyl source)
Lineage: Trade CDR > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC 8
Artwork included (both .jpg files and .pdf)

01 Cash On The Barrelhead
02 You're Still On My Mind
03 Coat Of Many Colors
04 Race Is On
05 If I Could Only Win Your Love
06 The Angels Rejoiced Last Night
07 Country Baptizing
08 Tulsa Queen
09 Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down
10 Sin City
11 Here, There And Everywhere
12 One Of These Days
13 Feelin' Single Seeing Double
14 Together Again
15 Amarillo
16 Return Of The Grievous Angel 

Led Zeppelin - 1963-1988 - Cabala (VAR/FLAC)

(Various FLAC)

8CD's covering Zed Zeppelin and relevent pre-Led Zeppelin material, dating from roughly 1963 through 1988. Quality is variable, but all very listenable.

It's an interesting set to listen to, if only for Jonseys bass line during CD7's ALL MY LOVE from 1977! You get a good idea of what preceeded and helped dirct them early on along with an intersting sample of some of their best songs, and chunk of rare and obscure tracks and takes.


Disc One: 
01. I’m Confused
Was one of the first numbers Led Zeppelin added to their set after beginning their career as the New Yardbirds. They soon changed the name of the song to “Dazed and Confused”. This version was recorded in 1968 at the Anderson Theater for one of Page's final performances with The Yardbirds. 

02. Train Kept A Rollin’
Was another song Zeppelin played during their first American Tour in 1969. The track was recorded live in New York in 1968 with Jimmy Page and The Yardbirds. 

03. She Just Satisfies
Is the first solo release from James Patrick Page. Originally released in 1965 under the name of Jimmy Page, this record is now incredibly scarce. The song was written and produced by Page. The track features Jimmy on all the instruments and lead vocals. 

04. Keep Movin’
An R&B instrumental is the B-side to 21-year old Jimmy Page’s first solo release. The single was issued only in England on Fontana Records. 

05. You Better Run
Is the first recording featuring a 19-year old Robert Anthony Plant. The single was released in 1966 and issued under the name of Plant’s group Listen. The track is a cover version of a Rascals tune which was later recorded by Pat Benatar. 

06. Everybody’s Gonna Say
Is the B-side to Robert Plant’s first solo single. The band originally called themselves The Tennessee Teens, but changed their name to Listen. This is the first track crediting Robert Plant as songwriter. 

07. Our Song
Was Robert Plant’s first solo single issued under his own name. The single was released only in England in mid-1967. 

08. Long Time Coming
Was the third and final Robert Plant solo release before joining Led Zeppelin. The track was recorded by The Band of Joy in late-1967. The group included a 19-year old drummer named John Henry Bonham. 

09. I’ve Got A Secret
Is the B-side to the Band of Joy’s only recording. This track also features John “Bonzo” Bonham on drums.

10. Goodnight Sweet Josephine
Was the A-side to the Yardbirds final recording with Page. The song has never appeared on any Yardbirds album and features Jimmy’s first experiments with a phased guitar. 

11. Think About It
Is the B-side to The Yardbirds last single. Released in 1968, the track was never included on any album and is quite scarce. If you listen to Page’s guitar solo, you’ll hear where he got the idea for the middle of “Dazed and Confused”. 

12. Hey Hey What Can I Do
Is the only track Led Zeppelin released as a single, but never included on any of their LP’s. The song was originally released as a B-side to “The Immigrant Song”. 

13. Psychodasies
Is one of three Yardbirds tracks featuring Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page on guitars. This track has never been released in America, or included on any Yardbirds album. 

14. Happenings Ten Years Times Ago
Was the first Yardbirds track to feature both Beck and Page on dual lead guitar. 

15. Stroll On
Was the only Yardbirds track specifically recorded for a film. The song was intended for the 1967 movie “Blow Up”. The cut is basically “Train Kept A Rollin’” with different lyrics. The tune includes both Beck and Page on guitars. 

16. My Babe Left Me
Is one of the earliest recording sessions featuring Jimmy Page on guitar. The single written by Arthur Cruddop is a remake of an Elvis Presley Sun records classic. The track was recorded in early 1963 with Dave Berry and the Cruisers. 

17. A Certain Girl
Recorded by The First Gear features Page on guitar in 1964. The tune was popular with the British groups of the era including The Yardbirds, who also recorded it with Eric Clapton. 

18. Leave My Kitten Alone
Is the B-side to “A Certain Girl”. It’s an outstanding British pop record. In 1964 the song was recorded by several British bands including the Beatles. The session was produced by Shel Talmy who also produced records for The Kinks and The Who. 

19. Surprise Surprise
Was recorded by Page in 1965. The record was released by Lulu and The Luvvers. The track is a cover version of an often overlooked Rolling Stones number. Lulu later went on to fame as a pop singer with songs like “To Sir With Love”, but she began her career as an R&B singer with Page backing her up on guitar. (Godwin states that Lulu is not performing this version) 

20. How Do You Feel
Was one of the final recordings featuring Page as a session guitarist. Recorded in 1966 by The Primitives, this track captures the true raw sound and feel of British rock bands of the era. 

21. Jim’s Blues
Was released on an album by PJ Proby “Three Week Hero”. It was the first record including all the members of Led Zeppelin. The album was recorded several months before “Led Zeppelin I”. 

22. Traveling Riverside Blues
Was originally recorded for “Led Zeppelin II”. For some unknown reason, the track remained an unreleased outtake for over twelve years. You Shook Me – no details given 

23. The Girl I Love
no details given (ed: later appeared on official release “BBC Sessions” as “The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair”) 

(Tracks 22-24 London June 16, 1969) 

Disc Two: 
Recorded live at the BBC Studios, London during 1969 session (London June 16, 1969) 
1. Whole Lotta Love 
2. Something Else 

Recorded live at the Fillmore West, Jan. 9, 1969 
3. You Can’t Judge a Book By the Cover (Killing Floor) 
4. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You 
5. Pat’s Delight 

Recorded live at The Texas International Pop Festival, Aug. 31, 1969 
6. How Many More Times Jam 
7. Communication Breakdown 

Recorded live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, July 6, 1969 (Actual source Fillmore West, April 27, 1969) 
8. As Long As I Have You Jam 

Disc Three: 
Recorded live at Dorten Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina April 7, 1970 
1. Organ Solo/Thank You 
2. Bring It On Home 

“The Making of Friends” rehearsal recorded with the Bombay Symphony Orchestra, Bombay 1970 (March 1972) 
3. Making of Friends I 
4. Making of Friends II 

Recorded at Hedley Grange, Hampshire, during 1970 sessions 
5. That’s The Way 
6. Friends 
7. Hey Hey What Can I Do 
8. Instrumental Jam (with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page) 

Recorded live at Playhouse Theatre, London, March 25, 1971 (April 1, 1971) 
9. Immigrant Song 
10. Heartbreaker 
11. Black Dog 
12. Stairway to Heaven 
13. Goin’ To California 

Disc Four: 
Recorded live in London at Playhouse Theatre, March 25, 1971 (April 1, 1971) 
1. That’s The Way 
2. What Is and What Should Never Be 

Recorded live at Olympic Studios, London 20/25 March, 1972 
3. That’s the Way 
4. Blues Medley 
5. Since I’ve Been Loving You 

Recorded live at Olympic Studios May 1972 
6. That’s the Way 
7. Blues Medley 
8. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
9. No Quarter (instrumental rehearsal) 
10. No Quarter (final take) 

Recorded live in London during 1973 World Tour (Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973) 
11. Dazed and Confused 
12. Celebration Day 

Disc Five: 
Recorded live in Mobile, Alabama, ‘73 (Actual source Essen March 22, 1973) 
1. Whole Lotta Love 

Recorded live at “The Forum”, June 3, 1973, Los Angeles, CA 
2. Dancing Days 

Recorded live in Europe during ’73 Tour (Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973) 
3. The Song Remains The Same 
4. Rain Song 

Lucifer Rising Recorded live in November ’73 at Boleskine House, Lochness. (Godwin doubts source or even if this is Jimmy Page) 
5. The Light Bearer 
6. Take Two 
7. Take Three 
8. Take Four 
9. Take Five 
10. Take Six 
11. Take Seven 
12. Take Eight 

Disc Six: 
Recorded live during sound check at Metropolitan Sport Center, Jan. 17, 1975 (Actual source Chicago July 6, 1973) 
1. Schooldays 
2. Nadine 
3. Around and Around 
4. Move on Down the Line 
5. Love Me Like a Hurricane 
6. Move It 
7. Dynamite 
8. Shakin’ All Over 
9. Hungry For Love 
10. I’ll Never Get Over You 
11. Reelin’ and Rockin’ 
12. Strawberry Jam I 
13. Strawberry Jam II 
14. Wanton Song 
15. The Rover I 
16. The Rover II 
17. Night Flight I 
18. Night Flight II 
19. Night Flight III 

Recorded live at Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, March 4, 1975 
20. Rock and Roll 
21. Sick Again 
22. Over the Hills and Far Away 

Recorded live at L.A. Forum, June 24, 1977, Los Angeles, CA (June 25, 1977) 
23. In My Time of Dying 

Disc Seven: 
Recorded live at Polar Studios, Stockholm 1977 (November 1978) 
1. All My Love 

Recorded live at Richfield Coliseum, Apr. 28, 1977, Cleveland, Ohio (April 27, 1977) 
2. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
3. Ten Years Gone 
4. Black Country Woman 
5. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 

Zurich June 29, 1980 
6. White Summer 
7. Kashmir 
8. Trampled Underfoot 
9. Achilles Last Stand 

Recorded live in Frankfurt during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 30, 1980) 
10. Money 

Recorded live in Rotterdam during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 21, 1980) 
11. Hot Dog 

Recorded live in Zurich, June 29, 1980 
12. Train Kept-A-Rollin’ 
13. Nobody’s Fault But Mine 

Disc Eight: 
Recorded live in Brussels, June 20, 1980 
1. Whole Lotta Love 
2. Kashmir 

Recorded live at the 40th Anniversary of Atlantic Records, NY 1988 (May 14, 1988) 
3. Heartbreaker 
4. Whole Lotta Love 
5. Misty Mountain Hop 
6. Stairway to Heaven 

The Last Concert at Eissporthalle Berlin, July 7, 1980 
7. Black Dog 
8. In the Evening 
9. Rain Song 
10. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
11. Rock and Roll 

Roger Water - 2008-04-30 - Denver, CO (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

Roger Water
performing 'The Dark Side of The Moon' 
Pepsi Center 
Denver, Colorado, USA 
April 30, 2008 

video: 3 cameras: Canon ZR60 (SD)> Canon ZR40 (SD)> unknown camera (HD)>.avi (lossless - no reencoding)>Sony Vegas (for editing of multi-angles and mixing of audio into video)>VIDEO TS (using Sony Vegas)>DVD-R>VIDEO_TS (extracted losslessly using DVDShrink) 

audio: Schoeps MK4 caps> active cables> N Box> Sound Devices 722> FLAC>.wav>Sony Vegas (for mixing of audio into video)>VIDEO TS (using Sony Vegas)>DVD-R>VIDEO_TS (extracted losslessly using DVDShrink) 

Disc One (1:14:02): 
01 - intro / In The Flesh 
02 - Mother 
03 - Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun 
04 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond 
05 - Have a Cigar 
06 - Wish You Were Here 
07 - Southampton Dock 
08 - The Fletcher Memorial Home 
09 - Perfect Sense 
10 - Leaving Beirut 
11 - Sheep

Disc Two (1:07:53): 
01 - Speak To Me / Breathe 
02 - On The Run 
03 - Time 
04 - The Great Gig in the Sky 
05 - Money 
06 - Us and Them / Any Colour You Like 
07 - Brain Damage 
08 - Eclipse 
09 - The Happiest Days of Our Lives / Another Brick in the Wall Part II 
10 - Vera / Bring the Boys Back Home 
11 - Comfortably Numb

This was another three-cam project that was initiated between myself & Loudpuppy and TaperBt (aka TwisterTapes) and his old buddy, Krispy; unfortunately, BT's tape had several malfunctions, so, I ended up using the master tape uploaded to Dime by the Remnent - thanks to him for the great audio capture. 

I had previously seen Waters 8 years earlier in the Denver area, and was totally blown away by that show. In fact, I would point out that, as of the year 2000, I had not bothered to upgrade my old Floyd vinyl to CD, but, listening to an audience recording of  that show (obtained shortly after I'd seen it) inspired me to repurchase all of the Floyd CDs (in fact, several times over). Bands should take notice - concerts inspire people to listen to your music! 

This particular performance included the complete performance of DSOTM that Roger had been performing at the time - which was a deciding factor in going. Much as we had done for the Van Halen '08 Denver show, Loudpuppy sat next to me and my wife, while he filmed primarily the screens; I (with assistance from my wife) shot the stage action from our way-in-the-back-but-dead-center seats, and Krispy was off to the side on the lower level. The lighting was weird at this show, and it impacts the quality of the video, but, this is well worth the download for fans of Pink Floyd and (especially) Dark Side. 

Myself, I'm a fan of audience shot videos - I've shot 40 or so myself, and have 100s of old VHS tapes from collectors around the world. I really enjoy this video, but, your enjoyment will likely be determined by how much you tolerate somewhat shaky, somewhat blurry and generated picture. If you're cool with that, then this might be something you'll enjoy! Please don't profit from this transfer - share it, post it, give it away, but, don't make money off of it. 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Spirit - 1973-04-05 - Sheffield, UK (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

City Hall

Randy California - guitar & lead vocals 
Ed Cassidy - drums 
Larry "Fuzzy" Knight - bass & backing vocals 

Taper: Unknown 
Taping Gear: Unknown 
Trades: cassette tapes: tcdewe to bpthree; CDR: bpthree to roryglzep 
Lineage: TDK D tcdewe trade cassettes> Teac A-550RX cassette playback> TASCAM CDRW-700> Trade CD-R> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries) 
Quality: vg-/vg 

Disc One (Time: 44:14m):
01. Deck The Halls 
02. Veruska 
03. Fresh Garbage 
04. So Little Time To Fly 
05. Nature's Way 
06. Turn To The Right 
07. Rainbow 

Disc Two (Time 65:24m): 
01. Prelude - Nothin' To Hide 
02. Mr. Skin 
03. An announced impromptu instrumental jam session (cut) 
04. 1984 
05. Rain 
06. It's All The Same (cut) (Part One) 
07. It's All The Same (Part Two) 
08. I Got A Line On You 
09. Dark Eyed Woman 
10. Goin' Down 

Length: 109:38 minutes

Spirit - 1984-10-31 - Atlanta, GA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Spirit - Moonshadow Saloon, Atlanta, Georgia, October 31st 1984

cdr's> computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac

Randy California
Ed Casady
Scott Monahan
Dave Waterbury

1st set. 
01. Veruska 
02. Mr. Skin 
03. Black Satin Nights 
04. Nature's Way 
05. [URL=""]Animal Zoo[/URL] 
06. Run To Your Lover 
07. Dark Eyed Woman > Drums > Dark Eyed Woman 
08. Fresh Garbage 

2nd set. 
09. 1984 
10. Mr. Skin 
11. Walking In The Land Of Georgia 
12. Don't Call It Love 
13. Jack Rabbit 
14. All Along The Watchtower 
15. Sister Tell Me 

Really good audience recording to my ears..enjoy it... 

The Cure - 1992-05-03 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Date : 1992-05-03 

Location :London, England, Kilburn National Ballroom 

Source : VHS Master Channel 21 TV Broadcast / VHS Master Tele 5 TV Broadcast

Quality : Very Good (8/9)

Generation : TV - VHS Master - PAL DVD
Original Seed by : romrom @ PPTT-ForeverDrowning in torrent 
Reseed by : jar111raj @ PPTT-ForeverDrowning in torrent 

03rd May 1992 London Kilburn National Ballroom
VHS Master Channel 21 TV Broadcast

Robert Smith
Simon Gallup
Porl Thompson
Boris Williams
Perry Bamonte

01 - Open
02 - High
03 - Pictures Of You
04 - Lullaby
05 - Apart
06 - Doing The Unstuck
07 - Let's Go To Bed
08 - Friday I'm In Love
09 - Fascination Street
10 - Never Enough
11 - Cut
12 - End

Total : 1:02:08

File size : 4.19 gb - VIDEO_TS Files for DVD Burning

Bonus :

18th April 1992 Tele 5 Pop Wish TV Special
VHS Master Tele 5 TV Broadcast

Total : 51:07min

This version is from my VHS master from a Channel 21 TV broadcast- no subtitles.
As a bonus I added a Wish Special from german TV station Tele 5. Its also from my VHS Master and quality is pretty good. Some intersting shots and worth the download alone is the classic Musicbox interview from München 1986.A very stupid girl tries to interview Robert. Robert is bashing the Simple Minds (they played Rock am Ring together the day before the interview) and she translates it wrong. She starts with naming Robert Thomad. It seems that she thinks his name is Thomas then in the middle of speaking Thomas she remembers hes Robert and so Thomad or something comes out of her mouth. Hillarious is Roberts answer at the very end of the interview when she asks him if he will come back.

Aerosmith - 1990-08-31 - Winterthur, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)


Silvers>EAC>TLH (FLAC 8)

Winterthur Musikfestwocken Festival "PUMP ACTION" SB or FM
Quality: A (this is a really good one! Nice Stereo recording)
Artwork: yes
Source: SB or FM

Steven Tyler
Joe Perry
Brad Whitford
Tom Hamilton
Joey Kramer

CD 1:
01 - Train Kept A Rollin'
02 - Young Lust
03 - F.I.N.E.
04 - Monkey On My Back
05 - The Other Side
06 - My Girl (Heart's Done Time-cover is wrong)
07 - Janie's Got A Gun
08 - Sweet Emotion
09 - Peter Gunn
10 - Guitar Improvisation
11 - Draw The Line
12 - What It Takes
13 - Voodoo Medicine Man
14 - Rag Doll
15 - Permanent Vacation

CD 2:
01 - Mama Kin
02 - Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
03 - My Baby (One Way Street-cover is wrong)
04 - Dream On
05 - Red House
06 - Love In An Elevator
07 - Walk This Way

November 16, 1987 Hampton VA/Hampton Roads Coliseum

01 - Big Ten Inch Record
02 - Lightning Strikes
03 - Toys in the Attic
04 - Same Old Story (Same Old Song and Dance-cover is wrong)

Be Bop Deluxe - 1976-04-21 - Chicago, IL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Riviera Theatre

WXRT-FM Broadcast > Master Cassette > HHB CDR-830/CD-R/W > EAC > WAV > CD Wave Editor (track splits) > WAV > FLAC (level 8, align on sector boundaries, fileset titles named using standard archiving nomenclature and are fully tagged) > TLH > Upload

01 Fair Exchange
02 Stage Whispers
03 Life In The Air Age
04 Sister Seagull
05 Yorkshire Landscape
06 Maid In Heaven
07 Ships In The Night
08 Bill's Blues
09 Blazing Apostles

This has been circulating in a somewhat abbreviated format: the end jam on "Blazing Apostles" is shortened by 5 minutes or so. This is probably because WXRT has aired an edited version of this on several occasions. My copy is from their first broadcast of this show on June 27, 1976 on their Sunday Night Concert, and has the complete 18-minute "Blazing Apostles". It is their complete show, as far as I know. As might be expected, this has a little bit of FM and tape hiss, But I have done no processing to this other than for track splits. A nice show, I'd rate it an A, but some would downgrade it to A- due to the hiss or the mix. It's kind of a loud mix, but to these ears, very nice. This may also be floating around under various dates in April or May of 1976. When first broadcast, I wrote down the date and double-checked with a friend who was at the show, so I'm 99% sure of the date. Be Bop opened for Thin Lizzy at this show. Grab that one as well, if you see it, it's one of Thin Lizzy's best. 

Comment from a trader who was at the concert: 
One of the great things about trading music is that you get to relive those pivotal concerts of the past. Such is the case with the 1976 Be Bop Deluxe show from the Riviera Theatre, Chicago. I, was at that show. Be Bop Deluxe opened for Thin Lizzy on the first date of their American Tour. I believe it was the first American date for Be Bop Deluxe. The concert was breathtaking. Both bands had such energy, such power in that small theater. It was one of those shows where when you walk out you just know you witnessed something extraordinary. The remastering that was done on this show truly does capture that energy all over again. Those soaring guitar solos from Bill Nelson are doing it to me again. Listening to this show again makes me again say, "This is why I collect and love music so much." 

AC/DC - 1976-1977-1979 - The BBC Session (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

AC/DC Westwood One Presents The Bbc Sessions 1976.1977.1979 For Air December 5Th/6Th 1998
Westwood One Pre Fm Master Cds From The Collection Of Krw_Co

Ww1 In Concert Series Master Cds To Eac Secure Mode To Audio Cleaning Lab For Re-Tracking Editing Of Ads And Editing Both Cds Together Krw Transfer To Wav 16/44.1 To Tlh Flac Level 8 No Eq Or Other Tampering

Bon Scott Vocals
Angus Young Lead Guitar
Malcolm Young Guitar
Cliff Williams Bass
Phil Rudd Drums

1976-09-04 Paris Theater London England
1 Intro
2 Soul Stripper
3 High Voltage
4 Live Wire
5 It'S A Long Way To The Top

1977-27-10 Golders Green Hippodrome London England
6 Let There Be Rock
7 Problem Child
8 Hell Ain'T A Bad Place To Be
9 Whole Lotta Rosie

1979-11-02 Hammersmith Odeon London England
10 Shot Down In Flames
11 Sin City
12 The Jack
13 Highway To Hell
14 Girls Got Rhythm
15 If You Want Blood
16 Outro

Dire Straits - 1992-06-20 - Bedfordshire, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Woburn Abbey,

Purchased silver>EAC(secure mode)>wav>DBpoweramp>FLAC.

Silver info:
CAT.NO.: Music With Love MWL 011/12

01 Calling Elvis (12:07)
02 Walk Of Life (6:10)
03 Heavy Fuel (5:28)
04 Romeo And Juliet (10:10)
05 The Bug (5:22)
06 Private Investigations (9:41)
07 Sultans Of Swing (13:40)
08 Your Latest Trick (6:05)
09 On Every Street (7:04)

total CD1:(1:15:47)

01 Two Young Lovers (5:15)
02 Telegraph Road (12:12)
03 Money For Nothing (Knopfler, Mark / Sting) (10:55)
04 Brothers In Arms (8:47)
05 Solid Rock (5:53)
06 Going Home (4:10)

07 Sultans Of Swing (Part 1) (6:42) [B](With Eric Clapton)
08 Sultans Of Swing (Part 2) (4:12) [B](With Eric Clapton) ( on the cover and disc incorrect printed as Romeo and Julliet)


Additional comments (OEB):
Radio broadcast from Woburn Abbey 1992. Taken from the original silver pressed bootleg "Worburn Abbey 1992". Since the correct spelling is not "WoRburn Abbey" as the bootleg suggests, I decided to put the right title "Woburn Abbey 1992" in my listing.

Disc two contains some soundboard bonus tracks from two other shows: the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute from 1988 with Eric Clapton,and the Knebworth event in 1990 (NOT INCLUDED)

Allman Brothers Band - 1969-03-30 - Jacksonville, FL (SBD/FLAC)

(soundboard FLAC)

First Flight

Duane Allman - guitar, vocals; Dicky Betts - guitar, vocals;
Berry Oakley - bass; Butch Trucks - drums;
Jai Johanny Johanson - percussion; Reese Wynans - organ

CD 1:
01. Don't Want You No More
02. Rock Me Baby
03. Crossroads
04. Born In Chicago
05. Willie Jean Jam
06. Born Under A Bad Sign

CD 2:
01. She Has Funny Cars
02. Hey Joe
03. New Shoes Blues
04. Travellin' Music Jam

The very first live recording of ABB recorded four days after their official foundation.

The Rolling Stones - Bright Lights, Big City (STU/FLAC

(Studio and live FLAC)

Bright Lights, Big City (Swinging Pig)
Source: Silver CD -> EAC Test & Copy -> Wavs -> Flac Front End -> Flacs Level 8
Quality: Varies

Studio, Live, & TV 1963-1967
Disc 1

01 - Diddley Daddy
02 - Road Runner
03 - Bright Lights, Big City
04 - I Want To Be Loved
05 - Baby What's Wrong
06 - Stewed & Keefed
07 - High-Heel Sneakers
08 - Tell Me Baby
09 - Down In The Bottom
10 - Looking Tired
11 - Introduction
12 - Not Fade Away
13 - I Just Want to Make Love to You
14 - I'm Alright
15 - Around & Around
16 - Off the Hook
17 - Time Is On My Side
18 - It's All Over Now
19 - I'm Alright
20 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Pain in My Heart
21 - Route 66
22 - I'm Moving On
23 - I'm Alright
24 - Get Back To You
25 - Ruby Tuesday
26 - It's All Over Now
27 - Let's Spend the Night Together

Disc 2
01 - Introduction
02 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love/Pain in My Heart
03 - Around & Around
04 - The Last Time
05 - Around & Around
06 - Time is on My Side
07 - The Last Time
08 - Little Red Rooster
09 - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
10 - Satisfaction
11 - As Tears Go By
12 - 19th Nervous Breakdown
13 - Paint it Black
14 - Lady Jane
15 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow
16 - Ruby Tuesday
17 - Let's Spend the Night Together
18 - Oh Baby
19 - That's How Strong My Love Is
20 - Satsifaction
21 - I Am Waiting
22 - Under My Thumb
23 - Paint it Black

Monday, October 17, 2016

The Rolling Stones - 1975-06-22 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Sympathy For Slowhand

Dogs And Cats 075

Original DAC CD -> WAV (EAC - secure) -> FLAC (flacfrontend) -> You

Madison Square Garden

(apart from track 15 on disc 1, and track 13 on disc 2)

Very Good Audience


01. Fanfare For The Common Man
02. Honky Tonk Women
03. All Down The Line
04. If You Can't Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
05. Star Star
06. Gimme Shelter
07. Ain't Too Proud To Beg
08. You Gotta Move
09. You Can't Always Get What You Want
10. Band Introductions
11. Happy
12. Tumbling Dice
13. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
14. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
15. Carnival To Rio
(Electric Ladyland Studios, New York, June 1975)

01. Fingerprint File
02. Angie
03. Wild Horses
04. That's Life [Billy Preston]
05. Outa Space [Billy Preston]
06. Brown Sugar
07. Midnight Rambler
08. Rip This Joint
09. Street Fighting Man
10. Jumpin' Jack Flash
11. Sympathy For The Devil (featuring ERIC CLAPTON on guitar)
12. Outro
13. Brown Sugar
(Olympic Studios, London, UK, Dec 18th 1969 - featuring Eric Clapton on guitar, most probably)

[the artwork says "december 18th 1970, but as far as I know; it's the same date - but one year earlier]

Great recording and great performance. Not one of the *very best* of this tremendous tour, at all; but it's still a must-have, It's the first night of the MSG run, and I think the whole band was kinda nervous. Jagger seems to loose his confidence, when there's a few bum-notes from the guitarists early on in the show.

This DAC release is the best sounding silver CD of this show, IMO. It's taken from Joe Maloney's torrent, which was shared on DIME last year - so it's the typical DIME-theft of DAC. Thanks to Maloney and his uploader-friend for sharing this great recording (all previous 06/22/75 bootlegs were taken from a different audience was quite nice, but not as good as Joe Maloney's recording)

The Cult - 2012-06-28 - Belgrade, Serbia (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Belgrade Calling Festival
Usce Park, Belgrade

Zoom H2 > .wav > Music Editor Free > amplifly > TLH > .flac level 8

01 Lil devil
02 Honey from a knif
03 Rain
04 Lucifer
05 The phoenix
06 Fire woman
07 the wolf
08 Wild flower
09 Rise
10 For the animals
11 She sells sanctuary
12 Love removal machine

Steve Miller Band - 1969-11-29 - Seattle, WA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

FM Broadcast - 7 inch reel at 3 3/4 ips - ??? - Trader's Little Helper - FLAC

Steve Miller - guitar/vocals
Lonnie Turner - Bass/bkg vocals
Tim Davis - Drums/bkg vocals

Set One
01 - Can't You Hear Your Daddy's Heartbeat
02 - Don't Write Me No Letters
03 - Steppin' Stone
04 - Space Cowboy
05 - Kow Kow Calqulator
06 - Blues With A Feeling
KOL radio I.D. insert
07 - Mercury Blues w/ Happy Birthday

Set Two
08 - Gangster Of Love (14 minute jam)
09 - Motherless Children
10 - Don't Let Nobody Turn You 'Round
11 - Got Love If You want It (end is cut, and rest of show is gone)

Steely Dan - 1996-08-17 - George, WA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Gorge Amphitheater


SBD* > ? > CD-R (2+ gen) > EAC > FLAC > TheTradersDen
*verified source with spectral and frequency analyses using EAC

Donald Fagen: keyboards, vocals

Walter Becker: guitar, vocals
Wayne Krantz: guitar
Tom Barney: bass
Ricky Lawson: drums
John Beasley: organ (Hammond B3)
Cornelius Bumpus: tenor saxophone
Ari Ambrose: tenor saxophone
Michael Leonhart: trumpet
Carolyn Leonhart, Michelle Wiley: backup vocals

Disc 1 (set 1)

01 Do it Again
02 Bad Sneakers
03 Everyone's Gone to The Movies
04 Josie
05 Jack of Speed
06 Hey Nineteen
07 FM (No Static at All)>introductions
08 Green Earrings
09 Rikki Don't Lose That Number
10 Green Flower Street
11 Peg

Disc 2 (set 2)
01 East St. Louis Toodle-oo
02 Glamour Profession
03 My Waterloo
04 Cash Only Island
05 Midnight Cruiser
06 Black Cow
07 Home at Last
08 Kid Charlemagne
09 Don't Take Me Alive
10 My Old School
11 outro - FM (No Static at All)

This show, the last stop on the American portion of their '96 tour, is excellent both for sound quality and musicianship.

Roger Waters - 2012-06-03 - St. Paul, MN (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Xcel Energy Center

"Another Boot of THE WALL"

Recorded by Hurricane62 from lower level aisle between first and second section (102 & 103) from the stage, four rows above the floor.

Audio Technica SP-CMC-2 Cardioid Mics (sewn into shirt collar) -> SP-SPSB-11 Battery Box with Bass Rolloff set at OFF -> Sony PCM-M10 (44.1 MHz/16 bit) with Limiter ON and Low Pass Filter OFF -> WavePad (normalized & track splitting) -> converted to .flac using Traders Little Helper


01 Announcer (0:27)
02 Spartacus (1:19)
03 Outside The Wall Intro (0:50)
04 In The Flesh? (3:31)
05 The Thin Ice (2:51)
06 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1) (4:18)
07 The Happiest Days Of Our Lives (1:39)
08 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) (6:45)
09 Roger Speaks - Mother Intro (2:36)
10 Mother (7:49)
11 Goodbye Blue Sky (3:43)
12 Empty Spaces (2:46)
13 What Shall We Do Now (1:32)
14 Young Lust (5:37)
15 One Of My Turns (3:34)
16 Don't Leave Me Now (4:02)
17 Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3) (1:37)
18 The Last Few Bricks (3:30)
19 Goodbye Cruel World (1:11)

DISC 220 Hey You (4:46)
21 Is There Anybody Out There? (2:45)
22 Nobody Home (3:24)
23 Vera (1:31)
24 Bring The Boys Back Home (1:42)
25 Comfortably Numb (8:01)
26 The Show Must Go On (2:32)
27 In The Flesh (4:41)
28 Run Like Hell (7:23)
29 Waiting For The Worms (4:00)
30 Stop (0:30)
31 The Trial (8:00)
32 Outside the Wall (2:32)
33 Roger Thanks & Band Intros (4:01)

Very good to excellent audience recording. I was chasing my levels a bit at the start of the show and did my best to even this out in the remastering. Anyone that has seen this show (and who hasn't?) knows that the volume level varies quite widely and my meters were anywhere from -30 dB to -2 dB. Again, I did my best to bring up the quiet parts while avoiding clipping during the remastering.