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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Black Sabbath - 1974-04-06 - Ontario, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Cal Jam Festival 
Ontario Motor Speedway 

Soundboard Recording(unedited version) (released track removed) 
Maxell MX-90 metal-particle cassette (rec'd in trade(No Gen known), 20-25 years old) > Playback on JVC TD-595 DECK > AIWA XC-RW700 Standalone burner> EAC > FLAC

Ozzy - Vocals 
Tony Iommi - Guitar 
Bill Ward - Drums 
Geezer Butler - Bass 

01 - Tommorow'S Dream 
02 - Sweet Leaf 
03 - Killing Your Self To Live 
04 - War Pigs 
05 - Snowblind 
06 - Sabbra Cadabra (Begins) 
07 - Tony Solo 
08 - Bill Solo 1 
09 - Bill Solo 2 
10 - Supernaut 
11 - Iron Man 
12 - Guitar/Orchid/Sabbra Cadabra(Ends) 
13 - Paranoid 
14 - Embryo 
15 - Children Of The Grave (Official Track Removed) 

notes by the uploader
This has been something I've had for a long, long time, and every single time I've traded it, the person I've sent this to has been blown away at the upgrade from whatever source they had owned before. Since I've not seen this show on Dime, and folks claim that this is THE DEFINITIVE COPY, I thought I'd post it. Instead of posting a CD copy of the tape that I had, I borrowed the tape from the person I got my copy from. I'm glad I did, as his tape turned out to be a very old Maxell Metal particle tape, which is the way he rec'd it from a Zep trader at least 20 years ago. 

I've heard of several different boot LP's that have been made of this show, and this is supposedly not from any of those. The recording is so clean and sharp that you can really hear every minute thing that happens on stage,,,,,comments that Ozzy makes under his breath, guitars being plugged and unplugged, every little thing, very loud and clear. Some pops audible between songs have been debated as being LP surface noise, but with constant plugging and unplugging going on between songs, I don't think that's the case. The main things that convince me that this is an actual source tape are the lack of cuts which would be indicative of a boot LP of this length(at least four sides of wax), and the inclusion of ALL of the between song dialogue INCLUDING almost 2 solid minutes between the main set and the encore of nonstop soundboard audience noise through the on-stage mics. None of that is common in the boot LP world. Even though the opening intro is missing, this is also the longest, most complete unedited version.... from what I've been told.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

U2 - 2017-10-10 - La Plata, ARG (AUD/FLAC)


U2 - 2017-10-10 - La Plata, ARG
(Audience FLAC)

Audience microphone recording 

Credits: pibeslandia (Audio Taper), manolito (Remasterer) 

Lineage: 
[unconfirmed source, possibly ZOOM H1] > [digital master: .wav (32-bit float / 48kHz)] > Audacity (Edit & equalization) > Adobe Audition > .wav (Fade in/Fade out, Resampled to 16/44.1) > TLH > flac 8 

01-Sunday Bloody Sunday 
02-New Year's Day 
03-Bad/Heroes 
04-Pride (In The Name Of Love) 
05-Where The Streets Have No Name 
06-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 
07-With Or Without You 
08-Bullet The Blue Sky 
09-Running To Stand Still 
10-Red Hill Mining Town 
11-In God's Country 
12-Trip Through Your Wires 
13-One Tree Hill 
14-Exit 
15-Mothers Of The Disappeared 
16-Beautiful Day 
17-Elevation 
18-Vertigo 
19-You're The Best Thing About Me 
20-Ultra Violet (Light My Way) 
21-One 

U2 postpones taking the stage at their normal time so fans in the stadium can watch Argentina’s World Cup qualifying match on the the big screen. There is no Waterboys intro music tonight, as U2 take the stage immediately following the match.

Joni Mitchell - 1983-04-24 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Wembley Arena
Wild things run fast tour.
Pro shot, excellent quality from TV.
Artwork included.

PRO-SHOT, PAL, 16/9
Video: MPEG-1 Layer 2, 720 x 576, 4/3, 25 fps
Audio: 0xc0:48000Hz 384 kb/s tot , Stereo

Joni Mitchell~Vocals, Guitar,Keyboards
Larry Klein~Bass
Michael Landau~Guitar
Russell Ferrante~Keyboards
Vincent Colaiuta~Drums


01 Free Man In Paris
02 Song for Sharon
03 God Must Be A Boogie Man
04 Big Yellow Taxi
05 Case Of You
06 Carrie
07 Amelia
08 (You're so square)baby I don't care
09 Solid Love
10 Chinese Cafe/Unchained melody
11 Woodstock

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - 1998-07-18 - East Rutherford, NJ (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
1998.07.18
Meadowlands
East Rutherford, NJ.
video & audio = audience 
audio codec: LPCM 
video system: NTSC 
video bitrate: 6273 kbps 
VHS>standalone>dvd decrypter>tmpg
DVD Trade>My HD>You 

Disc 1
01 - Intro/Wanton Song
02 - Bring It On Home
03 - Heartbreaker
04 - Ramble On
05 - Walking Into Clarksdale
06 - No Quarter
07 - Shining In The Light
08 - Going To California
09 - Tangerine
10 - Gallows Pole
11 - Heart In Your Hand

Disc 2
01 - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
02 - How Many More Times
03 - Most High
04 - Whole Lotta Love
05 - Thank You
06 - Rock And Roll

Note: sound distorted till 17sec drops till 1:14

John Fogerty - 1997-06-26 - Roskilde, DK (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

John Fogerty
Roskilde Festival - Roskilde, Denmark
June 26, 1997 

Bootleg, Crystal Cat Records Catalog # CC 433 
CDR -> EAC secure -> Flac
HP HDD > TLH

01 Born On The Bayou
02 Green River
03 Bring It Down To Jelly Roll
04 Southern Streamline
05 Who'll Stop The Rain
06 The Midnight Special
07 A Hundred And Ten In The Shade
08 Centerfield
09 Down On The Corner
10 Swamp River Days
11 Hot Rod Heart
12 Before You 'cuse Me
13 The Old Man Down The Road
14 Blueboy
15 Walking In A Hurricane
16 Bad Moon Rising
17 Fortunate Son
18 Proud Mary
19 Travelin' Band
20 Interview

Lynyrd Skynyrd - 1975-11-11 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Old Grey Whistle Test
BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London.
11th November 1975
Originally broadcast On BBC2
Rebroadcast on BBCFour Friday 13th April 2012.
(Part of 'Southern Rock at the BBC').

Lineage:

BBCFour (DVB-C)>Philips stand alone DVD recorder>Authored using MMEP.



GSpot Says:
DVD VOB format
MPEG-2Program Stream << (1 vid, 1 aud)
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 8935 kbps I/L TFF
PAL 4:3
AC3 0xbd(0x80):48000Hz 384 kb/s tot.
stereo (2/0)


01 - Titles & Introduction by Bob Harris
02 - Double Trouble
03 - I Ain't The One
04 - Call Me The Breeze
05 - Same Old Blues
06 - Every Mothers Son
07 - Sweet Home Alabama
08 - Freebird


Run time:- 00:42:46



 




Morphine - 1995-07-09 - Lisboa, PT (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Festival Superbock SuperRock, Gare Maritima de Alcântara, Lisboa, Portugal 

Source: Proshot>VHS gen1 

01. Candy (cuts in) 
02. Yes 
03. You Speak My Language 
04. Buena 
05. Cure For Pain 

notes by the taper
20 years of the First concert by Morphine in Portugal. I was there and it was a blast. All this festival was. It was the first organized festival of the modern age. There have been festival before but not regular events as it became from this point on. Looking back it was a great moment in time with a great line up and fabulous performances and Morphine was one of them. Playing in day time, i believe it was around 6 or 7pm, their show was tight short and great surprise for many people there. They were straight to our hearts and stayed there until Mark's death. Every show in Portugal was a party you didn't want to miss. This recording is a proshot from the cameras on stage and it is not complete because the cameras were not working since the begining of the show due to sunlight on the screens as the sun went down the cameras were on and filmed the last 5 songs. Somehow i managed to get my hands on a gen1 copy of this video and it is what i am sharing here today. It is a short but cool video with good sound.







U2 - Stop The Traffic Rock'n'Roll (AUD/SBD/FLAC)

(Audience/Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
CD > EAC > Traders Little Helper > Flac8 sector aligned 

01. All Along The Watchtower * 
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday 
03. Out Of Control 
04. People Get Ready 
05. Trip Through Your Wires 
06. Silver And Gold 
07. Helter Skelter 
08. Help ! 
09. Pride (in The Name Of Love) 
10. C'mon Everybody 
11. Bullet The Blue Sky 
12. Running To Stand Still 
13. All Along The Wachtower 
14. Angel Of Harlem 
15. When Love Comes To Town 
16. Love Rescue Me * 

(1-9) : "Save The Yuppies Free Concert", Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco, 11 November 1987 
(10-12) : Hippodrome de Vincennes, Paris, 04 July 1987 
(13-16) : Smile Jamaica Benefit Concert,London, 16 October 1988 

* - Missed out to comply with Dime rules. 

Monday, October 16, 2017

Def Leppard - 1997-04-19 - Buenos Aires, Argentina (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Video Info:
-Video 0# Stream
-VideoCodec : MPV2
-VideoWidth : 720 pixels
-VideoHeight: 480 pixels
-VideoFrameRate : 29.970fps
-VideoFrameCount: 0
-VideoBitRate : 5763

Audio Info:
-Audio 0# Stream
-AudioCodec : MPA1/2
-AudioBitRate : 224000
-AudioChannels: 2
-AudioSampleRate: 48000

Source: vhs (possible secon gen.) 
System: NTSC
Length:100 min.
Menues: yes
Chapters:yes

01 - Intro (0:10)
02 - Rock! Rock! (till You Drop) (3:01)
03 - Action (4:23)
04 - Foolin' (4:37)
05 - Animal (3:53)
06 - Make A Love Like A Man (5:03)
07 - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad (4:32)
08 - Work It Out (4:19)
09 - Deliver Me (2:48)
10 - Hysteria (5:27)
11 - All I Want Is Everything (5:26)
12 - Slang (4:22)
13 - Bringing On The Haertbreak (4:10)
14 - Switch 625 (4:46)
15 - Two Steps Behind (4:17)
16 - When Love & Hate Collide (4:54)
17 - Rocket (3:53)
18 - Armageddon It (5:02)
19 - Pour Some Sugar On Me (7:30)
20 - Love Bites (7:04)
21 - Lets Get Rocked (5:34)
22 - Rock Of Ages (4:55)



R.E.M. - 1988-1989 - Finest Worksongs Demos (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Lineage: 
Vinyl -> Pro-Ject Expression III -> Marantz 2235b -> Creative Soundblaster X-FI -> CDWave [24~96] 

Processing: 
Click Repair -> iZotope RX Advance [Gain 3.26db, De-Hum] -> CDWave [split/16~44.1] -> Flac Frontend 

01. Finest Worksong 
02. Welcome To The Occupation 
03. Exhuming McCarthy 
04. Disturbance At The Heron House 
05. Pop Song 89 
06. It's The End Of The World As We Know It 
07. Orange Crush 
08. Fireplace 
09. Lightnin' Hopkins 
10. I Remember California 
11. Oddfellows Local 151 
12. Get Up 
13. You Are The Everything

Todd Rundgren - 1978-05-14 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC) both shows



(Soundboard FLAC)

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)

lineage

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

Early Show

01 Real Man
02 Sometimes I Don't Know What To Feel
03 Love Of The Common Man
04 The Range War
05 Love In Action
06 Never Never Land
07 You Cried Wolf
08 Unchained Melody
09 The Book Of Love
10 Can We Still Be Friends?
11 Black Maria
12 Don't You Ever Learn?
13 The Verb 'To Love'
14 A Dream Goes On Forever
15 Video Chat
16 I'm So Proud--->Ooh Baby Baby--->La La Means I Love You-I Saw The Light


Late Show
01 Real Man
02 It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
03 Love Of The Common Man
04 Ladyface
05 Black And White
06 Never Never Land
07 You Cried Wolf
08 Bread
09 Zen Archer
10 The Last Ride
11 Cliche
12 Video Chat
13 Eastern Intrigue
14 Initiation
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

Notes:
- Tape wobble on 'Black Maria

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble "In Memoriam" (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage
SBD > ? > Silvers > EAC > FLAC > TTD

Stevie Ray Vaughan: Vocals, Guitars
Tommy Shannon: Bass
Chris "Whipper" Layton: Drums

Ripley´s Music Hall
Philadelphia, PA
20th October 1983
DISC 1:
01) Testify
02) So Excited
03) Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
04) Pride And Joy
05) Texas Flood
06) Love Struck Baby
07) Mary Had A Little Lamb
08) Tin Pan Alley
09) Little Wing ~ Third Stone From The Sun
10) Lenny
11) Rude Mood
12) Tell Me
13) In The Open

The Spectrum
Montreal, Quebec
17th August 1984
DISC 2:
01) Say What
02) Testify
03) Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
04) The Things (That) I Used To Do
05) Honey Bee
06) Mary Had A Little Lamb
07) Couldn't Stand The Weather
08) Cold Shot
09) Tin Pan Alley

DISC 3:
01) Love Struck Baby
02) Tell Me
03) Texas Flood
04) Wham
05) Stang's Swang
06) Lenny
07) Pride And Joy
08) Rude Mood

Metallica - '82 Outtakes [In For the Kill] (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Bootleg: In for the Kill

Style: Metal
Year: 199x
Record Label: IMPERIUM - IMP007
Info: http://www.metallipromo.com/images/bootdemo/003.html

lineage:

Silver bootleg CD > EAC(WAV > Flac lvl.8)


01. The Mechanix
02. Motorbeath
03. Jump into the Fire
04. Phantom Lord
05. Hit the Lights
06. Fight Fire with Fire
07. Ride the Lightning
08. Creeping Death
09. Killing Time
10. Let it Loose
11. 4 Horsemen
12. When the Hell Freezes Over
13. Seek and Destroy
14. Metal Militia

Additional Notes
outakes 82'

?/07/82, recorded in chateau east studio, tuscin, ca 1-5,11,13-14:"No Life'til Leather" Demo

82/03 rehersals 3/82 9 & 10
?/09/83, recorded in san francisco, ca 6 - 8 & 12, ride demo

Paul McCartney - 2012-06-04 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Source:
BBC ONE HD  - Sky Digital Broadcast - Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert - London - 4th June 2012

Captured:
Downscaled by Panasonic Standalone DVD recorder to make DVD compatible.

Picture:
PAL 16:9 (Widescreen) 25fp/s 720x576 Around 9Mbps

Sound:
Dolby Digital 2.0 384 kbps (Stereo)

Lineage:
Sky Digital > Panasonic DVDR > PC > DVD

Menued and authored using TMPGenc4

01 - Peter Kay - Introduction
02 - Magical Mystery Tour
03 - All My Loving
04 - Let It Be
05 - Live And Let Die
06 - Ob La Di Ob La Da

Bonus
07 - Paul McCartney and Gary Barlow - Interview (BBC "One" Show)





Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower - Come On Pt. 1 Sessions (STU/FLAC)




(2012 Listing - V02)

SEE POST 23 FOR UPDATED ART.

1 New Rising Sun (2) 8:30

All Along The Watchtower Session (10:08) including the following:

2 AATW (17) Take 6 0:42
3 AATW practice 1:30
4 AATW (18) Take 7 0:10
5 AATW (19) Take 8 0:34
6 AATW (20) Take 9 1:15
7 AATW (21) Take 10 0:27
8 AATW (22) Take 11 2:16
9 AATW (23) Take 12 [start only] 0:06
10 AATW (24) Take 13 [end only] 0:59
11 AATW (25) Take 14 0:22
12 AATW (26) Take 16 0:31
13 AATW (27) Take 17 0:35
14 AATW (28) Take 18? 0:31
15 AATW (29) Take 19? 0:10

All Along The Watchtower Mix Tape (24:43) including:

16 AATW backward 0:09
17 AATW backward - reversed 0:09
18 AATW Mix 1 false start 0:32
19 AATW (30) Mix 1 [end cut] 3:38
20 AATW (31) Mix 2 4:12
21 AATW (32) Mix 3 3:56
22 Riff 0:21
23 AATW (30) Mix 1 #2 [end cut] 3:32
24 AATW (31) Mix 2 #2 4:13
25 AATW (32) Mix 3 #2 3:56
26 Riff #2 [start only] 0:05

Come On Part One Session (35:51) including:

27 Come On #1 patched (19) 2:36
28 Come On #2 (20) 0:46
29 Come On #3 (21) 5:00
30 Come On #4 (22) 0:52
31 Come On #5 (23) 2:17
32 Come On #6 (24) 0:46
33 Come On #7 (take 8) Patched (25) 1:26
34 Come On #8 (Lifelines take 9, alt mix) (26) 3:00
35 Come On #9 (diff. mix of French single take)
(27) 5:20
36 Come On #10
(28) 1:19
37 Come On #11 (official take 14) (29) 5:37
38 Come On #12 (take 9, Lifelines mix) (3) 2:50

Bonus Uncorrected Tracks39 Come On #1 (19) 2:36
40 Come On #7 (take 8) (25) 1:26

TT - 79:12

REMOVED misc. track from May 1968: 41 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (3) 0:11 [take 3, start only, stereo mix]

NOTES:New Rising Sun: 23rd October 1968 TTG Studios 1441 North McCadden Place Ca
All Along The Watchtower: Takes: 21st Jan '68. Mixes: 26th Jan '68 Olympic Studios New York
Come On (Pt 1): 27th/28th August '68 Record Plant New York
Watchtower takes 6-13 Jimi & Dave Mason acoustic guitars Mitch drums (takes 14-19 add piano - Brian Jones)
Watchtower Mix 1 Bass, Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar
Watchtower Mix 2 Bass, Drums, Percussion, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Lead Guitar with unheard solo in place of the "wah" bit towards the end.
Watchtower Mix 3 Full mix, Vocals, Bass, Drums, Percussion Acoustic Guitar, Electric Lead with final wah solo towards the end.
Watchtower Mix 1 #2, Mix 2 #2, Mix 3 #2, same as above but a bit slower (same speed as on the LP) & channels reversed. (NB)
Come On #12 (take 9, Lifelines mix) (3). Straight rip from Lifelines. (Reprise Records - 926435-2)
NB: the few gaps (approx 0.05 seconds each) on this tape were/are on the original transfer media from the master tapes

The Eagles - 1980-03-04 - Inglewood, CA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage:
SBD > 2nd gen cassette > CDR > EAC > WAV > Editing (below) > FLAC Frontend > FLAC

CD1:
01. Hotel California
02. Already Gone
03. In The City
04. King Of Hollywood
05. The Sad Cafe **
06. Lyin' Eyes
07. I Can't Tell You Why

CD2:
01. Those Shoes
02. Heartache Tonight
03. One Of These Nights
04. Turn To Stone
05. The Long Run **
06. Life's Been Good
07. Life In The Fast Lane
08. Carol (incomplete--fades out)

** with special guest David Sanborn


TheCommish notes:

Great show in support of "The Long Run" album. My favorite Eagles era is the Joe Walsh period, so for me, this show is OUTSTANDING. It includes some nice horns work courtesy of David Sanborn, and the inclusion of Chuck Berry's "Carol" at the end is a bonus (but unfortunately, the song fades out a little past the one-minute mark...bummer). A must-have show for any Eagles fan or sorta Eagles fan.

Editing notes:

* Re-tracked show (combined WAV files in Nero, then re-split with CD Wave)
* There was a small gap/glitch at the 1:15 mark of Track 101 (which lasted roughly 1/5 of a second); removed the gap with Nero's wave editor. "Fixed" version of Track 101 is not perfect, but much better than it was.
* There was a rough transition between Tracks 106-107 so approximiately 5 seconds of applause were deleted, resulting in a smoother transition between tracks.
* There was also a rough transition between Tracks 202-203 so approximately 2 seconds of applause were deleted, which results in a smoother transition between tracks.

About "The RS Archives":

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

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


For years, he mixed music at the annual Grammy Awards and the American Music Awards television show. RS worked closely for years with Daryl Hall and John Oates, Juice Newton, Anita Baker, Mariah Carey, Tears for Fears, Crack the Sky, Kid Creole and the Coconuts, Aretha Franklin, Pink Floyd, Whitney Houston, Bette Midler, Ann Murray, Michael Bolton, Kenny G, Tony Bennett, Johnny Cash, Eric Clapton, John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, Frank Sinatra, John Hiatt, Little Feat, Little Village, and Waylon Jennings…..to name a few.


He had a huge reputation in the business, and that's why he was chosen to work with such budding clients as Mariah Carey. With the major stars, he was one of the preferred engineers they choose to work with. A particular client of RS who had a reputation for firing sound engineers with great regularity was Anita Baker, whom he won over not only with his technical abilities and personality, but with his refusal to put up with her criticism. He quit a few times but always came back because she loved the way he mixed her music. He could coddle difficult and temperamental celebrities, and they respected his work. He was able to kick back and get along with them. Even though he knew these people, he was a very modest man.


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

The Kinks - 1977-02-19 - San Francisco, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

The Kinks live Winterland, San Francisco 1977.02.19
PRE-FM Recording - KSAN Master Reel (except tracks 1, 21 & 22 from FM broadcast)

The album, Sleepwalker, went Top 40 and the group hit the road to promote it. Armed with strong new material and renewed radio interest in their catalogue, the 1977 tour would attract large numbers of fans and be remembered as one of their greatest.

There is no better example of that tour, than their now legendary stop at Winterland in San Francisco. This performance covers all the bases, from the raw simplicity of "You Really Got Me" and "All Day And All Of The Night" to the deep introspective beauty of Waterloo Sunset." Healthy doses of the recent material from "Schoolboys In Disgrace" and "Sleepwalker" are met with approval and the band rocks harder than ever.

Those who love the band's comeback era will find no better live example of that material than this performance. It is also surprising just how brightly some of the bands early 1970s material actually shines. "Celluloid Heroes" is a perfect example of this. Older fans will be delighted to find "A Well Respected Man," sing-a-long renditions of "Sunny Afternoon" and "Lola" and a full tilt "Victoria" to end the night.

01 - You Really Got Me (Intro)
02 - One Of The Survivors
03 - Sleepwalker
04 - Rush Hour Blues
05 - You Make It All Worthwhile/Ordinary People/Everybody's A Star
06 – Lola(singalong)/Banana Boat Song
07 - A Well Respected Man
08 - Sunny Afternoon
09 - Waterloo Sunset
10 - Celluloid Heroes
11 - Schooldays
12 - Schooldays(reprise)/The Hard Way
13 - Education
14 - Brother
15 - Stormy Sky
16 - Life Goes On
17 - Full Moon
18 - Lola
19 - Alcohol
20 - You Really Got Me/All Day All Of the Night
21 - Life On the Road
22 - Victoria

Total Time = 112:45

Patti Smith - 2010-07-21 - San Sebastian, Spain (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Donostiako Heineken Jazzaldia

Playa de la Zurriola (Zurriola beach)

Recorded: 2010.07.21
Broadcast: ETB1 2010.09.04 (22:05 - 23:30)

LINEAGE
(TDT/DVB-T) ETB1 >> Gigaset M740AV + External HDD >> ProjectX >> M2V/MPG ----> TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6 (>> DVD str.) >> IfoEdit >> DIME

The original video (crid file; multiple mpg) from the HDD was demuxed with ProjectX to mpv + mp2 files. The menus were originally made in 4:3, I used IfoEdit to flag them as 16:9 - the caps won't look properly.

Menu - 19 Chapters
PAL DVD 16:9 - 720x576
1 audio stream - mp2 192kB
T.R.T. ~ 1h 23' 54"
1st VOB kbps: 4364

01 - (tv show intro) *
... - Redondo Beach (**not in broadcast)
02 - Space Monkey
03 - Free Money
04 - Play with Fire
05 - Ghost Dance
06 - Improvisation / ...
07 - ... / My Blakean Year
08 - Beneath the Southern Cross
09 - We Three
10 - intro people
11 - People Who Died
12 - Dancing Barefoot
13 - Because the Night
14 - People Have the Power
15 - (encore)*
16 - intro wing
17 - Wing
18 - Gloria
19 - (leaving the stage / stills)*

 * Chapters 01, 15 and 19 are not present in the menu.

** "Redondo Beach" was the first song the band played at the Zurriola Beach.
It might be due to technical problemas RB was not included in this broadcast.



Led Zeppelin - 1971-09-14 - Berkeley, CA (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Venue: Berkeley Community Theatre 
Source: Audience 

Lineage: 
Silver CD > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC 

Title: Going To California (2CDR) 
Label: Cobra 

Disc 1 
01.Immigrant Song 
02.Heartbreaker 
03.Since I've Been Loving You 
04.Black Dog 
05.Dazed And Confused 

Disc 2 
01.Stairway To Heaven 
02.That's The Way 
03.Going To California 
04.Whole Lotta Love 

Peter Gabriel - 1977-04-10 - Los Angeles, CA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Roxy 

Early show 

FM broadcast from master reel -- from JEMS archives 

Lineage:
JEMS 2014 Transfer: off-air master reel to reel tape > Otari 5050mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX click repair > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 > re-sample 16/44.1 > Audigy Audio Cleaning Lab* => FLAC front-end (16-bit) 

* Audio Cleaning Lab was used to apply the following effects to the source recording: 
- Moderate de-hissing and de-noising (adaptive) 
- Boost higher range (primarily 13 kHz) 
- Boost lower range (primarily 170 Hz) 

The mix on the broadcast improved approximately 15 minutes in; the upper registers opened up and the stereo separation improved slightly. I tried to apply additional EQ lightly on the first portion so that the change appears seamless. 

ADisc one (41:13): 
(1) Here Comes The Flood (2:04) * 
(2) On The Air (4:07) 
(3) Moribund The Burgermeister (4:33) 
(4) DJ Comments (0:13) 
(5) Waiting For The Big One (7:21) ** 
(6) "Good Evening Roxy" (1:08) 
(7) A Song Without Words (3:22) 
(8) DJ comments (0:24) 
(9) Excuse Me (3:39) 
(10) Solsbury Hill (4:44) 
(11) PG banter (0:26) 
(12) Ain't That Peculiar (4:50) 
(13) PG banter (0:20) 
(14) Humdrum (3:55) 

Disc two (42:36): 
(1) Story of Prunes and Prisms Mating Time (1:26) 
(2) Slowburn (5:32) 
(3) All Day and All Of The Night (4:32) 
(4) Here Comes The Flood (6:05) 
(5) Modern Love (4:55) 
(6) Band introductions (1:25) 
(7) Down The Dolce Vita (8:43) 
(8) Encore break/DJ comments (2:11) 
(9) Back in NYC (5:44) 
(10) Applause (1:25) 
(11) DJ outro (0:36) 

* 1st 35 seconds patched from alternate broadcast source 
** 54 seconds mid-song patched from alternate broadcast source 

Info and md5 signature file are included. Sorry, no artwork. Please don't circulate this with the artwork of any of the multiple existing versions of this performance. 

Note: There are no fades applied to this recording, so the disc splits above are merely a suggestion. You can split between CDs (assuming you burn to CD) anywhere you wish. 

Comments: 
In mid-February 2014, "metro_cubo" shared a variety of sources of this famous Peter Gabriel show, several of which are still on the tracker as of this writing (March 2014). This inspired the JEMS team to pull out and digitize an uncirculated master reel from their (apparently bottomless) archives, and they asked me to see what I could do with it. I was happy to contribute what I could; this radio broadcast was widely bootlegged in the 1980s and among the first bootleg LPs I ever bought. The quality doesn't really hold up to the standards of modern FM broadcasts, but I have an attachment to it because I played it to death while I was growing up, and it remains one of my favorite solo Peter Gabriel shows. 

The back-story, for those who don't know it -- this show took place roughly a month into Peter's first solo tour; he played two nights (4/9-4/10) at the Roxy in Los Angeles, with two performances each night. This recording captures the early show on the second night, carried live on various radio stations around the United States. According to the DJ chatter, this marks the first attempt at a live nationwide simulcast of a concert performance. You'll hear during the encore break (d2t8) a partial listing of the stations who carried the performance as it happened; it must have been quite a breakthrough to do this in real-time in the 1970s. 

Given how closely Peter was associated with Genesis, it's interesting that even on his first tour he chose to focus almost entirely on material from his only solo album, with only one track ("Back in NYC") from his Genesis catalog. The 80-minute set was filled out with covers (Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar" and the Kinks' "All Day and All Of The Night") and even an unreleased track ("A Song Without Words," which later became "Indigo"). Listening to this show makes one appreciate what a strong album his debut release was -- there is literally not a weak song in the set. 

The performance, like every other show I've heard from this tour, was fantastic, augmented with a top-notch band that featured Robert Fripp (performing under the pseudonym "Dusty Rhodes," who according to legend remained entirely behind a curtain for the whole show). If you don't have any of the multiple releases of this concert (or for that matter, anything from this tour), it's worth the download. 

In terms of the recording, it is very good given the era -- but not perfect. The vocals distort a bit during the louder portions, and the mix is kind of shaky in points. Furthermore, there was a fair amount of hiss in this recording (and probably evident in the broadcast itself, given that this source is a master reel that has probably not been played much). The tweaks I made in Audio Cleaning Lab removed the majority of the hiss and surprisingly brought out nuances in the guitars and keyboard; the vocals are still too low for my liking, but overall this is a very enjoyable recording of a great concert. 

Janis Joplin - 1969-04-12 - Frankfurt, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

PAL

Source:
SWR German TV broadcast, traded DVD from David, thanksabillion

Video Source: SWR German TV broadcast
Taper: unknown, HANX :-)
Video Bitrate: 5392 to 5402 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR at 25.000 frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD Author: unknown, HANX :-)
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment

Audio Source: SWR German TV broadcast(see above)
Lineage: see below
Taper: unknown, HANX :-)
Audio Codec: AC3 (GSpot strikes again)
Audio bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 192 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

Lineage: SWR German TV broadcast(see above) > unknown VCR for recording and playback > master VHS > unknown stand alone DVD recorder > DVD > unknown editing programm > DVD > my traded DVD- on HD (> YOU)
DVD with menue and chapters
File size: 2.39GB
Length: 58:52min
Artwork included, HANX :-)
Information: http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=128723

Janis Joplin and The Kozmic Blues Band
Janis Joplin: Vocals
Sam Andrew: Guitar, Vocals
Richard Kermode: Organ
Gabriel Mekler: Organ
Cornelius 'Snooky' Flowers: Baritone Saxophone, Vocals
Terry Clements: Tenor Saxophone
Luis Gasca: Trumpet
Brad Campbell: Bass
Maury Baker or Lonnie Castille: Drums

00) Interviews with Fritz Rau, Horst Lippmann and others
01) Raise Your Hand
02) Try(Just A Little Bit Harder)
03) Me
04) Maybe
05) Summertime
06) Ball And Chain
07) Piece Of My Heart

Length: 58:52min

Keith Richards - Solo Works - The Video Collection (4xDVDfull pro-shot)

(4xDVDfull pro-shot)

Keith Richards
Solo Works – The Video Collection
WLR 2146
Total 845 minutes / 14 Hours.

Lineage:
Original WLR DVD’s > DVD Decrypter > HDD

GSpot-Data: DVD 1
DVD VOB format
MPEG-2 Program Stream <<{1 vid, 1 aud}

Sysbitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR
Audio
AC3
48000Hz 192 kb/s tot , stereo [2/0]

Video
Codec: MPEG-2

Videobitrate 1999
Pic/s 29.970 ; Frames/s 29.970 , Fields/s 59.940
NTSC pic [wx 720 X 480 seq ext 720 X 480
Aspect ratio 4:3
Menu and chapters

DVD 1 - 245 Minutes
01 - You Got The Silver
02 - 60's Reel 60's
03 - Blind Date 1979
04 - Sure The One You Need (New Barbarians 1979)
05 - Let's Go Steady (New Barbarians 1979)
06 - Apartment Number 9 (New Barbarians 1979)
07 - Worried Life Blues (New Barbarians 1979)
08 - Before They Make Me Run (New Barbarians 1979)
09 - Talkin About My Woman (Checkerboard Lounge Chicago November 22nd, 1981)
10 - Keith & Ronnie (MTV Interview)
11 - Interview & Your Cheatin' Heart (Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute with Jerry Lewis)
12 - Little Queenie (Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute with Jerry Lewis)
13 - High School Confidential (Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute with Jerry Lewis)
14 - Whola Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute with Jerry Lewis)
15 - Goodbey Jerry And Keith & End (Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute with Jerry Lewis)
16 - Keith & Mick Undercover Interview
17 - Paul Schaffer Friday Night Videos (Part 1)
18 - Paul Schaffer Friday Night Videos (Part 2)
19 - Paul Schaffer Friday Night Videos (Part 3)
20 - Jumping Jack Flash (Video Clip Aretha Franklin)
21 - When Love Comes To Town (With U2)
22 - Love Rescue (With U2)
23 - Saturday Night Live (October 8th, 1988)
24 - I Wanna Be Your Man (New Jersey , December 17th, 1988)
25 - Run Rudolph Run (New Jersey , December 17th, 1988)
26 - Keith Richards Rolling On (MTV Rockumentary)
27 - Take It So Hard (Promo Video)
28 - Make No Mistake (Promo Video)
29 - Whip It Up (Rock Awards 1989)
30 - Keep A - Knockin' (Rock Awards 1989)
31 - About Guitars

DVD 2 - 240 Minutes
01 - Shake Rattle And Roll (Expo 92)
02 - Going Down (Expo 92)
03 - Something Else (Expo 92)
04 - Connection (Expo 92)
05 - Can’t Turn You Loose (Expo 92)
06 - Main Offender Interview
07 - Wicked As It Seems (Promo Video)
08 - EPK Main Offender
09 - Jam (ABC Rehearsals)
10 - 999 (ABC Rehearsals)
11 - Body Talks (ABC Rehearsals)
12 - Wicked As It Seems (ABC Rehearsals)
13 - Gimme Shelter (New Years Eve 92)
14 - Going Down (New Years Eve 92)
15 - Time Is On My Side (New Years Eve 92)
16 - Eileen (VH1 Centerstage 1993)
17 - ABC’s In Concert (March 19th, 1993)
18 - Keith’s House (VH1 Interview Jamaica 1996)
19 - You Got The Silver (Chicago March 26th, 1999)
20 - Keith Interview (Jamaica)
21 - Happy (With Sheryl Crow)
22 - Acoustic
23 - That Photo , Talk
24 - Introducing Johnnie Johnson Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame, March 19th, 2001)
25 - Keith Talks About John Lennon
26 - Dead Flowers (With Willie Nelson , April 14th, 2001)
27 - The Worst (With Willie Nelson , April 14th, 2001)
28 - Move It On Over (With Willie Nelson , April 14th, 2001)
29 - Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (With Willie Nelson and Jerry Lee Lewis , May 5th, 2004)
30 - We Had It All (With Willie Nelson)
31 - Trouble In My Hand (With Willie Nelson)
32 - The Ring (Keith Versus Dave Matthews)
33 - Keith Talks About Gram Parsons)
34 - Love Hurts (Gram Parsons Tribute, July 10th, 2004)
35 - Hickory Wind (Gram Parsons Tribute, July 10th, 2004)
36 - Wild Horses (Gram Parsons Tribute, July 10th, 2004)
37 - I’m Ready (Fats Domino’s New Orleans Tribute)
38 - Keith Talks About Hurricane
39 - Pirates Of The Caribbean (Screen Awards)
40 - Louis Vittoun Part 1
41 - Louis Vittoun Part 2

DVD 3 - 147 Minutes
01 - Intro
02 - Take It So Hard
03 - Eileen
04 - Wicked As It Seems
05 - Gimmie Shelter
06 - Too Rude
07 - Yap Yap
08 - How I Wish
09 - 999
10 - Big Enough
11 - Demon
12 - Time Is On My Side
13 - Hate It When You Leave
14 - I Could Have You Stood Up
15 - Before They Make Me Run
16 - Band Introductions
17 - Bodytalks
18 - Will But You Won’t
19 - Happy
20 - Whip It Up
Track 1 / 20 Cologne 1992

21 - Take It So Hard (New Years Eve 92)
22 - Wicked As It Seems (New Years Eve 92)
23 - Eileen (New Years Eve 92)
24 - Happy (New Years Eve 92)
25 - Tombstone Blues (With Sheryl Crow, Central Park NYC September 14th, 1999)
26 - Kurt Loder Interview 1991
27 - Keith Richards Interview (CBS Sunday Morning October 24th, 2010)

DVD 4 - 193 Minutes
01 - Albert King Blues
02 - Instrumental
03 - Bodytalks 1
04 - 999 (False Start)
05 - 999
06 - Instrumental 1
07 - Wicked As It Seems
08 - Eileen 1 (False Start)
09 - Eileen 2 (False Start)
10 - Eileen
11 - Instrumental 2
12 - Gimmie Shelter
13 - Bodytalks (False Start)
14 - Bodytalks
15 - Yap Yap
Track 1 / 15 Rehearsals At The ABC Studios Chicago Il, December 27, 1992

16 -  Keith’s Interview
17 - BBC Interview With Keith ; A Culture Show Special , Broadcast 28th October 2010
18 - TV Broadcast ZDF (German Television) November 2010

Total 845 minutes

Cinderella - 1985 - The Basement Tapes (Studio FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Unknown exact place 
Unknown exact date 
Studio recordings 
Quality: B+/A- 
No Label 
70 min 

lineage
Tape -> ... -> CDR -> Trade -> CDR -> EAC -> FLAC ->Dime 

Tom Keifer - Vocals, Guitars 
Eric Brittingham - Bass, Backing Vocals 
Michael Kelly Smith - Guitars (Britny Fox) 
Tony "Stix" Destra (R.I.P.) - Drums (Ex. Britny Fox) 

01 - Hell On Wheels 
02 - Devil In Disguise 
03 - Stop The Fire 
04 - Breaking The Chains 
05 - Cry No More 
06 - Get Lost 
07 - Somebody Save Me 
08 - Living Fast 
09 - Let Me Come Inside 
10 - Love 4 Sale 
11 - Young And Restless 
12 - Push Push 
13 - Wasting My Time 
14 - Playing With Fire 
15 - Nobody's Fool 
16 - Freewheelin' 
17 - Light My Fyse 
18 - King Of The Road 
19 - Almost In Love 
20 - Shake Me 
21 - High On Rock N Roll 
22 - Son Of A Bitch 

Pink Floyd - 1971-01-17 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd 1971-01-17 The Roundhouse, London (speed-corrected Uninvited Mole acetate)

Lineage: 
REEL ? > Vinyl > Technics 1210 MKII > Allen & Heath Xone 62 Mixer > EMU 1212M > Cubase 6 > Audition CC 2015 > WAVES VST > FLAC FRONT END LEVEL 5

SIDE A
01 - Embryo
02 - Fat Old Sun (Part One) 

SIDE B
03 - Fat Old Sun (Part Two) 
04 - Astronomy Domine 

Source - LTD Edition Acetate Vinyl Record

Label: Uninvited Mole
Release: 2014 "Implosion at the Roundhouse", 12/100 copies [tezeta: according to http://floydboots.com/pages/i36.php, 131 copies were pressed.]
Previously Unreleased Generation of this Recording, I've not sound better.

Much higher quality recording than currently I can find surfacing (Even on here), sounds direct from the reel to vinyl I've been told. Tops seem much clearer

Recorded in 24/96 LOSSLESS

Normal EQ, Click, Pop, Hum and minimal Hiss Reduction (Only When Required)

The Police - 1983-09-23 - Nimes, FR (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Nimes, Les Arenes

01 - Message in a bottle
02 - Walking on the moon
03 - Oh my God! (cut)
04 - De do do do de da da da
05 - Wrapped around your fingers
06 - Tea in the Sahara (cut)
07 - Hole in my life
08 - One World (not three)
09 - Don't stand so close to me
10 - Every breath you take
11 - Roxanne
12 - I can't stand losing you / Reggatta de blanc
13 - So lonely (cut)

RTL broadcast (AM)

This one was requested to me, so I took the chance to pick up the dusty tape and transfer the content on my hard disk for you benefit. This one was traded back in 1991. I doesn't sound very much a radio broadcast to me, but there are a few elements for which I suspect I suspect this IS actually from radio:

- I got it from the french guy who taped it, and he said he did it from the radio
- RTL broadcasted in AM until mid-80's, which explains why the sound is not as clean as a FM programme
- the audience is almost non-existent is the recording, which means that the recording is probably taken from soundboard
- other RTL shows around the same period (even from The Police) have the same 'kind' of sound
- some tracks are cut off; the taper explained me that he had cut off the nasty speaker interrupting the music