Sunday, May 9, 2021

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

The Cure - 1991-01-19 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

London, Wembley Arena, UK
The Great British Music Weekend

Source: SBD (BBC Radio 1 broadcast)

Lineage: SBD > WAV > FLAC

Robert Smith
Simon Gallup
Porl Thompson
Boris Williams
Perry Bamonte

01 - Pictures Of You
02 - Fascination Street
03 - Just Like Heaven
04 - Lullaby
05 - The Walk
06 - Let'S Go To Bed
07 - Why Can'T I Be You
08 - Inbetween Days
09 - A Forest
10 - Never Enough 

Encore 1:
11 - Three Imaginary Boys
12 - Boys Don'T Cry
13 - Disintegration

Eric Clapton - The Next Big Step (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton
"The Next Big Step"
Tokyo, Japan
October 25, 26, 27, 1993

3BR Records - 3BR 190 - SB 6

Disc 1:
01. Malted Milk
02. Terraplane Blues
03. How Long
04. 32-20
05. Kidman Blues
06. County Jail
07. .44
08. Blues Leave Me Alone
09. Tell Me Mama
10. White Room
11. Badge
12. Wonderful Tonight
13. Stone Free

Disc 2
01. Circus Left Town
02. Tears in Heaven
03. Crossroads
04. Tearing Us Apart
05. Groaning the Blues
06. Cocaine
07. Ain't Nobody's Business
08. Layla

LINEAGE:
Original 3BR (Directly from Igor and the Professor) > LiteOn iHAP322 (UL18 Firmware) > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Calibrated Offset +6, 0) > FLAC (Level 6) > You !!!

Geetarz Comments:
The early 1990s were an amazing run for Clapton, with the growth of the Royal Albert Hall shows, constant touring, and seemingly inexhaustible exposure.

Starting in 1990, "blues only" nights were a part of the Albert runs, and hugely popular with diehard fans. But EC's management and label resisted the idea of progressing any further in that direction.

After the huge critical and commercial success of "Unplugged", Clapton was freed to pursue other directions, which eventually led to the "blues tours" in 1994 and 1995.

The 1993 shows were a fascinating melange of classic rock, pop, and hard blues. If you're one of those people who listens to "good music" no matter what the genre, the 1993 shows are probably the most accessible EC ever did live.

In the fall of 1993, EC went to Japan, where the audiences are deeply respectful and appreciative - the perfect crowd for this fusion of old and new.

The sets began quietly, with acoustic blues, veering from the Delta sounds to the sounds of electric Chicago blues, and then coming to the fire and fury of 1960s British Blues, with "White Room" and "Badge". After a breather of "Wonderful Tonight" (a perennial Clapton Speed Bump in most sets) there comes EC's unhinged rendition of Hendrix' "Stone Free".

After a more modern pop / AOR break with "Circus" and "Tears in Heaven", the band breaks into a funky reworking of "Crossroads", the 1980s hit pop single "Tearing Us Apart", then digging deep into the blues with "Groaning the Blues".

As if this set didn't cover enough musical decades, next we have EC's 1970s version of "Cocaine", with a new feel for the 1990s, Bessie Smith's 1920s "Ain't Nobody's Business", and then closing with those Seven Incredible Notes, "Layla" ... themselves taken from Albert King's "As the Years Go Passing By".

Basically, this set is like a Graduate Level course in the history of the blues, taught by one of its best students.

The 3BR version is a remastered version of the Mid Valley release "Into the Fire". This wasn't some quickie "tweak" job, as The Professor reportedly spent 50+ hours on this recording (I heard, he liked it! haha). The important thing, check it out and let YOUR ears be the judge.

Even if you already have a copy of this title, this may be a nice upgrade for you, direct from the masters with known lineage.

Also, the original scans I did "back in the day" weren't very good (because my scanner, wasn't very good) so for this torrent I have included new scans at 300 DPI.

Of course, EAC logs and checksums included.

There's been a lot of discussion lately about what is "essential" Clapton, and I'm really glad this has come up. It's so easy for those of us who are familiar with an artist to lose track of what's essential, and accessible to everyone, not just diehard fans.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Pink Floyd - 1977-05-01 - Ft. Worth, TX (AUD/FLAC) "Iron Pigs On Fire" by REQUEST




(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd 1977-05-01 TCCC Ft. Worth TX (Iron Pigs On Fire) aud (T-700Rev.A)

I'm the guy who recorded this show. I have the original analog cassette tapes of it.
Over the years I have traded analog tape copies and have done one other digital transfer of it (Iron Pigs On Fire T-700). This is a revision of that release for the 30 year aniversary of the show. I have gone back to the origijnal tapes as the source for this release (Iron Pigs On Fire T-700Rev.A).

Mics: 2 Sony ECM 19B >
Recorder: Sony TC-152 >
Tape: Sony Chrome CRO-90 cassettes
the Original Analog Cassette Tapes >
Playback Deck: Tascam 130 >
Nikko 32 Band EQ >
Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder > 16 bit 48 kHz >
ADS Tech Instant Music RDX-150 input SPDIF 
output USB to computer 16 bit 48 kHz >
Wave Lab 5 - WAV 16 bit 48 kHz > Audacity > CD Wave Editor > WAV 16 bit 48 and 44.1 kHz > FLAC

disc 1
1. Sheep
2. Pigs On The Wing (part 1)
3. Dogs
4. Pigs On The Wing (part 2)
5. Pigs (Three Different Ones)

disc 2
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 1 - 5)
2. Welcome To The Machine
3. Have A Cigar
4. Wish You Were Here
5. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 6 - 9)
6. (applause)
7. Money
8. Us And Them

notes by the uploader:
The right microphone became unplugged during the concert just before Us And Them. I used the left channel for both so, technically that song is 2 channel mono. I checked and made a slight speed correction and put Shine On You Crazy Diamond (parts 6 - 9) back together. I have included the files pf1977-05-01 (T-700Rev.A) 44.1kHz-edits removed.flac and pf1977-05-01 (T-700Rev.A) 48kHz-edits removed.flac which contains all the sound from the edits made when sound was deleted or patched. If you burn as audio I wouldn't recomend including this file on the audio disc.

I have included both 48 kHz and 44.1 kHz sampled versions in this release. The 44.1 kHz is for burning as audio discs. The artwork has been revised for this version and I've included scans of the original tapes.

I did the original recording, editing, mastering (tweaking), analog to digital transfer and artwork for this version of this show. Don't add, change or remove any of these files. Please keep the text, md5 and artwork files unaltered, together with the FLAC's.

Don't rename directories or file names if you share this. My concern is that when people rename them they drop information like date, venue, location, T number. This information is useful to others when searching for or deciding which version of a show they want or already have.

Van Morrison - 1973-02-15 - San Anselmo, CA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Van Morrison 
February 15, 1973 
The Lion's Share 
San Anselmo, CA 

"The Lion Roars" bootleg pro CDR version > EAC V0.99 prebeta 5 > TLH 2.5.0 > FLAC 
mix of multiple FM broadcast sources 

Disc 1: 
01. Since I Fell For You 
02. I've Been Working 
03. Into the Mystic (scat version) 
04. Caravan 
05. I Just Want to Make Love to You 
06. Hard Nose the Highway 
07. St. Dominic's Preview 
08. Hey Good Lookin' 
09. Everybody's Talking 
10. Help Me 

Disc 2: 
01. I've Been Working 
02. Wild Children 
03. St. Dominic's Preview 
04. Listen to the Lion 
05. Since I Fell For You 
06. Misty 
07. The White Cliffs of Dover 
08. Caravan 
09. Hard Nose The Highway 
10. I Just Want to Make Love to You 

From the liner notes: 
The Lion's Share broadcast from San Anselmo, CA is one of the great treasures prized by Morrison collectors. It is also one of the most difficult to find complete in excellent quality. 

The broadcast on a low power Berkeley station [ed: see notes below] limited the reception area. Even worse, the Bay Area was rocked by a winter storm on broadcast night which not only interfered but interfered in different locations at different times. For the first time on disc, the complete two set Lion's Share Show is now in excellent quality pieced together from 
three sources for the cleanest tape possible. 

The effort is well worth it for the rarities the listener is treated to. With jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi sitting in, Van opts for a looser sound and a number of unique performances. Check out the wordless scat singing on "Into The Mystic" as well as the long instrumental breaks. Van sings both the verses and scats on a one time performance of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talking" from the movie "Midnight Cowboy". 

The Lenny Welch classic "Since I Fell For You" received two treatments: the first Van plays it straight while the second is an extended jazzy version with Van's most impassioned singing of the night. Other unique treats are the World War II era "White Cliffs of Dover", Hank Williams' "Hey Good Lookin'" and a lovely version of the Johnny Mathis hit "Misty". 
Among the regular songs of this era, the most compelling is "Listen to the Lion" in which Van implores us to "listen to the lion inside of me". 

Additional information from Paul Grosso: 
Just for the record, the broadcast was on KPFA - it's a non-commercial station but certainly not low power. It's actually heard all over the Bay Area and has repeaters feeding their signal all the way down to Monterey. Unless my brain cells fail me, I believe that KTIM in Marin County also broadcast a live feed of the broadcast. KTIM was a commercial "underground" station where I was a disk jockey during this period. 

Additional information from Mike Burns: 
During "Hard Nose the Highway", in the early show, Van namechecks the following musicians: 
Brother Jack Schroer: saxophone 
Jeff Labes: piano 
Doug Messenger: guitar 
Marty David: bass 
Rick Shlosser: drums 

Sound quality IS an improvement over that of Stormy Weather in San Anselmo, even if there is occasional hiss. The CD's and the back liner have a lion's head as background - a nice presentation touch. An essential boot, in my opinion.



VanMor.1973-02-15.SanAns.565.82.FLAC.by.TUBE

Paul Rodgers - 1994-01-31 - St. Pauli, DE (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Paul Rodgers & Company: 

Lineage: NDR2 FM Broadcast (26th March 1994) > Akai VCR to BASF master VHS > playback on LG VCR > Pioneer stand alone CD recorder to TDK CDR > EAC(level 8, sorry no EAC log created way back then) > FLAC files on HD (> dime > YOU) 

Taped by: Axel himself 

File Size: 424MB (spelling of flac files to bt.etree.org standards) 

Paul Rodgers: Vocals, occasionally Guitar 
Reeves Gabrel: Lead Guitar 
Ian Hutton: Guitar 
John Smithson: Bass, Fiddle 
Jason Bonham: Drums 

01) Announcement 
02) Travellin´ Man 
03) Louisiana Blues 
04) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 
05) Wishing Well 
06) Muddy Water Blues 
07) Shooting Star 
08) Seagull 
09) Fire And Water ~ Simon Bonham´s Drums 
10) Mr Big 
11+12) Feel Like Makin´ Love (two tracks due to my track setting error) 
13) One More Announcement 
14) Even More Announcement 
15) Little Bit Of Love 
16) Stone Free ~ Third Stone From The Sun ~ I Feel Free 
17) The Hunter 
18) Encore Break 
19) Alright Now 
20) Final Announcement 

Length: 73:26min

Note: "Can´t Get Enough" wasn´t broadcast due to technical recording problems. 

Rik Emmett - 2017-04-29 - Dallas, TX (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Rik Emmett (Triumph) & RESolution9 
Poor David's Pub, 
Dallas, TX 
April 29, 2017 

Source info: 
AT853 cards(3-wire)>AT8538>Naiant Tinybox(P48)>Sony PCM-M10(24/96)>Adobe Audition CS6(normalize, tracking)>Ozone 7(mastering, resample/dither)>TLH>Flac(6) 

Taper: David Sell (Falconidave) 
Location: GA Floor, DFC, 60' from stage 
Sound Quality: Excellent

Rik Emmett -lead vocals, guitars 
Paul DeLong - drums 
Dave Dunlop - guitars, vocals 
Steve Skingley - bass guitar, keyboards, vocals

01. Lay it on the Line 
02. Human Race 
03. Somebody's Out There 
04. ~band intros~ 
05. Stand Still 
06. Ordinary Man 
07. Allied Forces 
08. The Blinding Light Show 
09. Hold on 
10. Rocky Mountain Way 
11. Led Zeppelin Medley 
12. End of the Line 
13. Magic Power 
14. Fight the Good Fight 

96:59 

So glad I decided to grab a ticket before this show sold out. Rik and his band are really amazing and if you closed your eyes you would think you're at a Triumph show. The new songs are fantastic too! Mix was great, crowd a tad rowdy, but most behind me, but still an excellent recording. Crank it up!! 

The Police - 1983-11-17 - Houston, TX (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

The Police 
The Summit 
Houston, TX 
November 17, 1983 

Source: Unknown audience recording. radilizzard said, "Some chick is screaming right next to the taper throughout the show. Good audience recording otherwise. I converted this show from an unknown generation cassette about 6 years ago before I knew anything about azimuth adjustments. I used a crappy Sony cassette deck and a headphone jack out into a standard audio card and captured with Cool Edit 2000. No EQ, no noise reduction, no speed adjustment." Because two log files from EAC are included, I am assuming there is a CD-R > EAC > WAV generation somewhere too. You will hear the female screamer at the onset of the first sample. 

CD 1: 
01. //Synchronicity II 
02. Walking In Your Footsteps 
03. Message In A Bottle 
04. Walking On The Moon 
05. O My God 
06. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da 
07. Wrapped Around Your Finger 
08. Tea In the Sahara 
09. Hole In My Life 
10. Spirits In The Material World 

CD 2: 
01. Invisible Sun (cut in middle) 
02. One World 
03. King of Pain 
04. Don’t Stand So Close To Me 
05. Every Breath You Take 
06. Murder By Numbers 
07. Roxanne 
08. (encore break) > Can’t Stand Losing You > So Lonely (cut) 

Total time = 88:47

Twisted Sister - 1984-07-18 - Rochester, NY (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Twisted Sister 
City: Rochester,NY 
Venue: War Memorial 
Date: July 18, 1984 
Source: “It's only Rock 'n' Roll....but we like it” (original silvers) 

Original silver discs => ripped with WaveLab 6 => Wav => TLH (level 8) 
Checksums and fingerprints created with TLH 

Somehow the master tape from this radio broadcast must have leaked because this is the original recording, done by the radio station back in '84. As far as I know only 35 min. of this show ever got broadcasted (at least on the original vinyls that I have) but this is the FULL show. It's not completely uncensored (as you will hear ;-) but it's the full concert. Twisted Sister at their rise to stardom. AWESOME to get this show in its entirety 32 years later. 

About the date: the CDs say July 18..............I only had this show as October 14, 1984 so far but this could be the actual broadcast date.....maybe someone who was there can tell what is right. 

For the moderators: this double CD is sold on Amazon and other internet platforms but it has not been released on Twisted Sister's official label, that's why I don't consider this show as an official release. It's a semi-bootleg and if you don't agree then please delete the torrent ! 

01) Stay hungry 
02) The kids are back 
03) Under the blade 
04) The beast 
05) We're gonna make it 
06) Dee rant 
07) Shoot 'em down 
08) You can't stop Rock 'n' Roll 
09) Burn in hell 
10) - Drum solo - 
11) We're not gonna take it 
12) I wanna rock 
13) - Band introduction - 
14) S.M.F.

Van Morrison - 2000-12-17 - Basel, CH (FM/FLAC)


Van Morrison - 2000-12-17 - Basel, CH
(FM broadcast FLAC)

Grosser Festival,
'outskirts of basel'

Lineage: 
trade cdrs > eac > flacs > upload

Van Morrison: Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
Linda Gail Lewis: Vocals, Piano, Hammond Organ
Candy Dulfer: Sax
Matt Holland: Trumpet
Annie Lewis: Backing Vocals
Featuring The Red Hot Pokers

disk 1
01 - Here Ever After (LGL, AL)
02 - Never Wear Mascara (LGL)
03 - The Dark End Of The Street (LGL)
04 - Good Morning Blues
05 - Old Black Joe
06 - Think Twice Before You Go
07 - Fire In The Belly
08 - Naked In The Jungle
09 - In The Afternoon / Don't You Make Me High / Sex Machine
10 - Real Gone Lover
11 - Domino

disk 2
01 - Froggie Went A-Courtin' / Outskirts Of Town
02 - Muleskinner Blues
03 - When The Leaves Come Falling Down
04 - Back On Top
05 - Moondance
06 - Brown Eyed Girl
07 - Bright Side Of The Road
08 - Help Me / Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
09 - Hello Josephine / Shake Rattle & Roll / Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On / Roll Over Beethoven
10 - Have I Told You Lately That I Love You [Encore]

Pete Townshend - 1965-1975 - The Genuine Scoop (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

PETE TOWNSHEND 
The Genuine Scoop 
Home Studio Recordings 
1965-1975 

Bootleg Label: HIWATT 
GS6575-ABCDE 
5 cd Set 

Lineage: 
bootleg [unclekurty's wallet] > eac (secure) > wav >FLAC 

Disc 1 [A] 
1. My Generation 
2. It's Not True 
3. Circles 
4. Things Have Changed 
5. La-La-Lies 
6. Call Me Lightning 
7. The Kids Are Alright 
8. I'm A Boy 
9. Do The Strip 
10. Kill My Appetite 
11. I Can See For Miles 
12. I Always Say 
13. Run Run Run 
14. Disguises 
15. Don't Look Away 
16. Politician 
17. So Sad About Us 
18. Happy Jack 
19. Substitute 
20. Pictures of Lily 
21. Melancholia 
22. Magic Bus 
23. King Rabbit 
24. Lazy Fat People 
25. Riot In A Female Jail 
26. Accidents 

Disc 2 [B] 
1. Dogs 
2. That Motherland Feeling 
3. Rael Pts 1-9 
4. Overture 
5. It's A Boy 
6. 1921 
7. Amazing Journey 
8. Sparks 
9. Christmas 
10. The Acid Queen 
11. Underture 
12. Do You Think It's Alright? 
13. Pinball Wizard 
14. There's A Doctor 
15. Go To The Mirror 
16. Success 
17. Tommy Can You Hear Me? 
18. Smash The Mirror 
19. Sensation 
20. Miracle Cure 
21. Sally Simpson 
22. I'm Free 
23. Tommy's Holiday Camp 
24. Welcome 
25. We're Not Gonna Take It 
26. Mary Jane 
27. Can't You See I'm Easy 

Disc 3 [C] 
1. Pure and Easy 
2. Teenage Wasteland 
3. Going Mobile 
4. Baba O'Riley 
5. Time Is Passing 
6. Love Ain't For Keeping 
7. Bargain 
8. Too Much Of Anything 
9. Greyhound Girl 
10. Mary 
11. Behind Blue Eyes 
12. I Don't Even Know Myself 
13. Getting In Tune 
14. Won't Get Fooled Again 
15. The Song Is Over 

Disc 4 [D] 
1. Let's See Action 
2. Join Together 
3. Relay 
4. Put The Money Down 
5. Long Live Rock 
6. Love Reign O'er Me 
7. Is It In My Head? 
8. I've Had Enough 
9. The Real Me 
10. Sea And Sand 
11. The Punk Meets The Godfather 
12. I'm One 
13. Dirty Jobs 
14. Bell Boy 
15. Cut My Hair 
16. Drowned 
17. Slip Kid 

Disc 5 [E] 
1. No Way Out (However Much I Booze) 
2. Squeeze Box 
3. Girl In A Suitcase 
4. Gonna Fight To Make You Mine 
5. Keep On Turning 
6. Who Are You 
7. Love Is Coming Down 
8. New Song 
9. Sister Disco 
10. Never Ask Me 
11. I Like It The Way It Is 
12. Love Is Wine 
13. Broken Nails 
14. Keep On Working 
15. Guitar And Pen 
16. Music Must Change 
17. Empty Glass 
18. No Road Romance 

Review by OSWALD From Hotwacks: 
Billed as home studio recordings from 1965-1975, this set is a pretty monumental collection of Townsend's demos. The nature of the material makes it impossible to tell how comprehensive it is, but a quick glance imparts that this collection very nicely supercedes a series of releases, both underground and sanctioned. As any Who fan knows, Townsend's home demos make for fascinating listening -- many of the arrangements, licks, and even vocal phrasing is already present on these rougher takes. Add to that a sort of home-made funkiness (think a more pissed-off, English version of the Band), and you have a set of recordings that stack up very well against their more familiar later, full-band versions. Townsend has leaked out this sort of stuff on the SCOOP collections for some time, but those have always been piecemeal affairs -- one track from here, another from ten years later, synth instrumentals next to unreleased songs. This collection is wonderfully focused, chronological, and in pretty strong fidelity. The three Who benchmarks, TOMMY, WHO'S NEXT, and QUADROPHENIA, are well represented, as are a host of popular album and singles tracks in sketchbook form. The thrill of having these cuts in one place and in a reasonable order is indescribable. The drawbacks to this set are few -- sound quality is pretty consistant, the material is endlessly engaging. My one complaint is the packaging. A cool mini-poster of rare foreign EP sleeves is killer, but there are no notes to put the cuts into context. That being said, it's pretty obvious where this stuff comes from, and it should be of major interest to Who buffs the world over. Pete's demo of "Empty Glass" might be the most intense thing he ever laid down... 

Review by Matt Whipple from Hypertext Who: 
This is another beautiful package from HIWATT! A super 5 CD set complete with a 9.5" x 14" double-sided poster. The tracks are all PT demos presented in chronological order of when they were recorded. The back insert states: "ALL TRACKS RECORDED 1965-1975 BY PETE TOWNSHEND IN HIS HOME STUDIOS: OLD CHURCH STREET, CHELSEA AND TWICKENHAM". Although I doubt that any of the tracks for Who Are You were recorded prior to 1975. The majority of these tracks were taken from Pete's Scoop series, The Lifehouse Chronicles and Pete's website. Disc 1 actually has a 26th song not listed on the disc - Accidents (this was written by Pete for the Thunderclap Newman release - w. Speedy Keene and a very young Jimmy McCollough a lead guitarist). On Disc 2, last 2 seconds of track 3 starts to play Jaguar. Disc 5, Track 18 - should be No Road Romance NOT No Road Running as stated on the back scan. The others are from various bootlegs still not officially released. An initial listen reveals excellent sound quality. 

U2 - 2011-05-14 - Mexico City, MX (IEM/AUD/FLAC) "Mexico Sexico!!!"




(IEM/Audience FLAC)

U2
Bootleg : "Mexico Sexico!!!"
Date : 2011-05-14 (14th of May 2011)
Venue : Estadio Azteca, Cuidad de Mexico, Mexico
Catalog No. : 5312120168 
Label : Silver Masterpiece Series
Release Country: Japan
Format : CD
Number of Discs : 2 
Release Date : July 2, 2015
Source : IEM/AUD Source Matrix

CDI [Duration: 66:24:73]
01-Space Oddity
02-Even Better Than The Real Thing
03-Out Of Control
04-Get On Your Boots
05-Magnificent
06-Mysterious Ways
07-Elevation
08-Until The End Of The World/Strangers In The Night (snippet)/New York, New York (snippet)
09-I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
10-Stand By Me
11-Desire
12-Stay (Faraway, So Close!)
13-Beautiful Day
14-Miss Sarajevo

CDII [Duration: 72:56:35]
01-Zooropa
02-City Of Blinding Lights
03-Vertigo
04-I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight/Discothèque (snippet)/Mofo (snippet)/Please (snippet)
05-Sunday Bloody Sunday
06-Scarlet
07-Walk On/You'll Never Walk Alone (snippet)

encore(s)
08-One
09-Amazing Grace (snippet)/Where The Streets Have No Name
10-Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
11-With Or Without You
12-Moment Of Surrender

Lou Reed - 1980-06-14 - Firenze, IT (FM or TV/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage:
tv or fm broadcast - ?- cd-r in trade - Nero wav - flac 6

Lou Reed, Vocals And Guitar
Stuart Heinrich, Guitar
Chuck Hammer, Guitar
Ellard "Moose" Boles, Bass
Michael Fonfara, Keyboards
Michael Suchorsky, Drums

01 Standing on Ceremony
02 How Do You Speak to an Angel
03 Sweet Jane
04 Real Good Time Together
05 I'm Waiting For the Man
06 Coney Island Baby
07 Vicious
08 Walk on the Wild Side
09 Heroin
10 The Kids
11 Caroline Says II
12 The Power of Positive Drinking
13 So Alone (snippet)
14 My Old Man
15 Keep Away
16 Street Hassle
17 Rock 'n' Roll
18 You Keep Me Hanging On

Little Feat - 1978-10-14 - Grand Rapids, MI (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Venue: Civic Auditorium

Recording: SBD (live)
Encoding: Trade CDRs > nero6 + plugin > FLAC

Disc 1:
01. Rock And Roll Doctor
02. Time Loves A Hero >
03. Day Or Night
04. Rocket In My Pocket
05. Keepin' Up With The Joneses
06. All That You Dream
07. Spanish Moon
08. Day At The Dog Races*
09. Old Folks Boogie*
10. Dixie Chicken
11. (crowd noise)
[72m32s]

Disc 2:
- encore -
01. Willin'** >
02. (band intros) >
03. Don't Bogart That Joint > Willin'
04. Feats Don't Fail Me Now***
05. Fatman In The Bathtub
06. Oh Atlanta

w/ Michael Wheeler(*), John Call(**), Craig Fuller(***)

Pink Floyd - 1975-06-09 - Landover, MD (AUD/SHN)



(Audience SHN)

source: audience / cass[low] > CDA[0]
overall: VG+

CD1
01. Raving And Drooling [12:18]
02. You've Gotta Be Crazy [15:42]
03. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) *[13:22]
04. Have A Cigar [4:26] - loss of volume at the end
05. Have A Cigar (reprise) / Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) [13:33]

CD2
01. Speak To Me [5:24]
02. Breathe [2:51]
03. On The Run [4:32]
04. Time / Breathe (Reprise) [6:43]
05. The Great Gig In The Sky [7:00]
06. Money [10:51]
07. Us And Them [6:49]
08. Any Colour You Like [9:33]
09. Brain Damage [3:56]
10. Eclipse [2:04]

CD3
01. Echoes [25:16]

tot length: 144:29

notes:
raw rip from a supernice low generation cassette, sounds amazing if compared with the version I had, though it's still not what you'd consider an excellent recording for sure.
no dehissing of artifacts used here, frequencies are all intact, sounds bright and crispy (other versions around have poor NR)
- HAC has a sorta flip due to the copy (sounds like a loss of volume);
- SOYCD 6-9 has a flip at the beginning in all copies as it seems;
- TGGITS cuts at the end (but no pieces of the song are lost) - this is in other copies too though there it was retouched and sounds not as much evident as here.
many tracks are not indexed properly, have little stops.
if then we consider that other shorter copies run slow too, this is definitely longer and here Speak To Me is complete, lasts more than 5 minutes, whereas it's totally missing in other copies; furthermore the original rip is even longer (about 7 minutes longer) since the first 2 tracks of CD2 are repetitions of STM and Breathe (running slower than the actual tween-tracks 3 and 4); I did exclude the first 2 tracks of CD2 here for this reason (tracks 3 and 4 became tracks 1 and 2).
Significant upgrade for this that's maybe the date I'm more fond of.
this was played exactly the day after I was born.

The Rolling Stones - 1990-05-18 - Rotterdam, NL (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

De Kuip Feyenoord Stadium
First show of the URBAN JUNGLE EUROPEAN TOUR 1990

Transfer: "Live in Holland 1990" 2 LP > DENON DP-300F TT > Creative Soundblaster > PC (24/48) >
Cool Edit Pro 2.1 (De-click/Normalize /Resampling 16/44.1) > CDWave (Index) > Traders Little Helper > FLAC

Side One (30:27)
01 Intro
02 Start Me Up
03 Bitch
04 Sad, Sad, Sad
05 Harlem Shuffle
06 Tumbling Dice
07 Angie
08 Rock and a hard place

Side Two (26:50)
01 Terrifying
02 Mixed Ex<motions
03 Honky Tonk Woman
04 Midnight Rambler

Side Three (30:25)
01 Paint It Black
02 2,000 Light Years From Home
03 Sympathy for the Devil
04 Street Fighting Man
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Band Introductions

Side Four (29:58)
01 It’s Only Rock n Roll
02 Brown Sugar
03 Satisfaction
04 Jumping Jack Flash
05 Outro

Label Info: E 102622 & E 1026221,
White labels with song details.
very Good Audience quality

The Rolling Stones - 1967-1985 - Rare And Unreleased (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

A new bootleg set of Rolling Stones outtakes etc.Most of the material has appeared on other boots but a nice set to have anyway. The only info I have on the individual tracks comes from the artwork included All files have been checked with audiochecker and all are lossless

CD 1
01 - Acid In The Grass (1967)
02 - Dandelion (Demo ) (1967)
03 - Dear Doctor (take 1) (1968)
04 - A Hamburger To Go (1968)
05 - Blood Red Wine (1968)
06 - Highway Child (1968)
07 - Still A Fool (1968)
08 - Sympathy For The Devil (Organ Version) (1968)
09 - You Got The Silver (1968)
10 - Country Honk (1969)
11 - Did Everybody Pay Their Dues (1969)
12 - Get A Line On You (1969)
13 - Hillside Blues (1969)
14 - Honky Tonk Women (Paris Version) (1969)
15 - Loving Cup (Hyde Park) (1969)
16 - Prodigal Son (live) (1969)
17 - Memo From Turner (version 1) (1970)
18 - Memo From Turner (version 2) (1970)

CD 2
01 - Memo From Turner (version 3) (1970)
02 - Travelling Man (1970)
03 - Trident Jam (1970)
04 - Exile On Main St. Blues (1972)
05 - All Down The Line (Acoustic Demo) (1972)
06 - All Down The Line (Electric Demo) (1972)
07 - Get A Line On You (1972)
08 - Good Time Woman (1972)
09 - I'm Going Down (1972)
10 - I'm Not Signifying (1972)
11 - Let It Loose (Instrumental) (1972)
12 - Seperately (Instrumental) (1972)
13 - Shake Your Hips (rehearsal) (1972)
14 - Sweet Virginia (Live) (1972)
15 - The Boudoir Stomp (1972)
16 - Tumbling Dice (Live) (1972)
17 - You Should Have seen Her Ass (1972)
18 - Black Limousine (1972)
19 - Waiting On A Friend (1973)

CD 3
01 - Dancing With Mr D (Alternate Take) (1973)
02 - Too Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup) (1973)
03 - I Got A Letter2 (1974)
04 - Living In The Heart Of Love (1974)
05 - Cellophane Trousers (Instrumental) (1975)
06 - Come On Sugar Let's Do It Right (1975)
07 - Hey Negrita Pt.2 (1975)
08 - Hot Stuff (Jam) (1975)
09 - I Love Ladies (1975)
10 - Munich Reggae (1975)
11 - Slave (1975)
12 - Start Me Up (1975)
13 - I Don't Know Why (1975)
14 - Fool To Cry (Live) (1976)
15 - Fool To Cry (1976)

CD 4
01 - Light Up (1977)
02 - Worried About You (live) (1977)
03 - Claudine (1978)
04 - Miss You (1978)
05 - A Different Kind (1978)
06 - Do You Get Enough (1978)
07 - Fiji Jim (1978)
08 - Hang Fire (Version 2) (1978)
09 - I Need You (1978)
10 - It's All Wrong (1978)
11 - Never Let Her Go (1978)
12 - Never Make You Cry (1978)
13 - Slow Blues (1978)
14 - Some People Tell Me (1978)
15 - The Harder they come (1978)
16 - The Way She Held Me Tight (1978)

CD 5
01 - I Guess I Should Know (1979)
02 - It's Cold Down Here (1979)
03 - Let's Go Steady Again (1979)
04 - Neighbors (1979)
05 - Worried About You (1979)
06 - Dance (Demo Version) (1979)
07 - Dance (Promo Instrumental) (1979)
08 - Gangsters Moll (1979)
09 - Indian Girl (Long Version) (1979)
10 - Jah Is Not Dead (1979)
11 - Lonely At The Top (1979)
12 - Summer Romance (1979)
13 - Heaven (1979)
14 - Beast Of Burden (Live) (1981)
15 - Waiting On A Friend (Long Version) (1981)
16 - Dance (Remix) (1980)

CD 6
01 - Tops (Version 1) (1981)
02 - Tops (Version 2) (1981)
03 - All I Have To Do Is Dream (False Start) (1981)
04 - All I Have To Do Is Dream (Full Take) (1981)
05 - All I Have To do Is dream (Piano Fragment) (1981)
06 - Tried To Talk Her Into It (1982)
07 - Keep It Cool (1982)
08 - She Was Hot (1982)
09 - All The Way Down (1982)
10 - Too Much Blood (1982)
11 - Undercover Of The Night (1982)
12 - Too Much Blood (Alternate Version) (1982)
13 - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever (1985)
14 - Can't Find Love (Version 1) (1982)
15 - Can't Find Love (Version 2) (1982)
16 - High School Girl (1985)
17 - Eliza (1985)

Frank Zappa - 1981-10-31 - New York City, NY (SBD/pre-FM/FLAC) Early & Late Show

(Soundboard FLAC)

Palladium

QUALITY: A/A+ Stereo Soundboard

LINEAGE: 2nd Gen Cassette (Early), Low Gen Cassette (Late)

Early Show
00 crowd~tuneup [1:02]
01 Chunga's Revenge [4:16] 
02 Intros [3:16]
03 You Are What You Is [4:58] 
04 Mudd Club [2:52]
05 The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing [3:13]
06 Dumb All Over [5:42]
07 Heavenly Bank Account [4:05] 
08 Suicide Chump [5:42]
09 Jumbo Go Away [3:52]
10 Envelopes [3:07]
11 Drowning Witch [8:44]
12 What's New In Baltimore? [3:46] 
13 Moggio [2:44]
14 We're Turning Again [5:02] 
15 Alien Orifice [5:14]
16 Teenage Prostitute [2:29]
17 Flakes [5:13]
18 Broken Hearts Are For Assholes [4:09]
19 The Blue Light [4:45]
20 Tinseltown Rebellion [4:55]
21 Yo Mama [7:23]
22 encore break 1 [3:08]
23 Bobby Brown [2:41]
24 City Of Tiny Lights [9:08] 
25 encore break 2 [3:22]
26 Strictly Genteel [6:42]
27 encore break 3 [1:16] 
28 Dancin' Fool [3:43] 
29 Whippin' Post [6:41]
30 crowd~outro [4:16]

Total Time: 137.41 min


Late Show

01 Black Napkins [5:34]
02 Halloween Introduction [2:02]
03 Montana [3:47]
04 Easy Meat [6:49]
05 Society Pages [2:32] 
06 I’m A Beautiful Guy [1:54] 
07 Beauty Knows No Pain [2:55]  
08 Charlie’s Enormous Mouth [3:39] 
09 Fine Girl [3:12]
10 Teenage Wind [3:00]
11 Harder Than Your Husband [2:34]
12 Bamboozled By Love [5:31]
13 Sinister Footwear [6:53] 
14 Stevie’s Spanking [5:53] 
15 Halloween Simulcast Commercial Break [2:12]
16 Cocaine Decisions [3:35]
17 Nig Biz [5:13] 
18 Doreen [2:06]
19 Goblin Girl [1:48] 
20 The Black Page [7:04] 
21 Tryin’ To Grow A Chin [2:30] 
22 Strictly Genteel [6:54]
23 Halloween Pumpkin Audience [1:21] 
24 The Torture Never Stops [10:35]
25 Halloween Audience Off The Air [1:42]
26 Joe’s Garage [2:42]
27 Why Does It Hurt When I Pee [2:26]
28 The Illinois Enema Bandit [9:48]
29 Halloween Reality Therapy Program [2:01]
30 King Kong [11:06] 
31 Auld Lang Syne [3:00]

Total Time: 132.30 min 

Here is the complete Halloween 1981 extravaganza, in nearly complete soundboard form. (The first two tracks of the early show were missing and are taken from an audience recording here.) The late show was broadcast live on MTV. Imagine that happening today! This version of the late show is not a broadcast version. It is either a PRE-FM or a straight up board tape like the early show. The sound quality is about as good as you can get for a 1981 board tape.

Jethro Tull - 1972-07-19 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Complete Performance

Koseinenkin-Kaikan

Lineage:
Unknown CDRS > xACT Flac Level 5

CD1
01. Thick As A Brick (Incl. Bouree)

CD2
01. Thick As A Brick (II)
02. Cross Eyed Mary
03. Up To Me / Aqualung

CD3
01. Wind Up
02. Locomotive Breath
03. Wind Up (Reprised)

Metallica - 1991-11-03 - Auburn Hills, MI (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage

Sony DX2-13 > Line In > House Feed > Maxell Hi Bias XLIIS > Sony HCD551 > Pioneer PDR 555 RW > CDR > EAC > Flac Frontend >

CD1

01 Backstage Chatter
02 Ecstacy Of Gold
03 Enter Sandman
04 Creeping Death
05 Harvester Of Sorrow
06 (Welcome Home) Sanitarium
07 Sad But True
08 Wherever I May Roam
09 Bass Solo
10 Through The Never
11 Unforgiven
12 Justice Medley

CD2

01 Drum Solo
02 James Drum Solo
03 Kirk & Lars Solo
04 Four Horsemen
05 For Whom The Bell Tolls
06 Fade To Black
07 Whiplash
08 Master Of Puppets W,Cat Scratch Fever Tease
09 Seek And Destroy
10 One
11 Last Caress

CD3

01 Am I Evil
02 Battery
03 Stone Cold Crazy

This came from my master tape, I had access to a suite at the time because of the company I worked for. With that came access to audio and video house feeds,any more info and I'll have to kill ya!!!. I have a vast collection of late 70's, early 80's shows that I have taped over the years and I will try and start putting them up here... I am a OTR driver and only get home on weekends, so I can only seed during that time,which limits my share ratio,but I'll start trying to put up a show a week.....(Kiss,Ozzy,Metallica ect,ect) I have known the Govner for about 16 years now.I'll never forget him asking me to step down off a table at the "91 Fort Wayne, Indiana" Metallica show because I was in the way of his 15 FOOT BOOM mic,,,,,,,THANX GOV!!!!!!

Total Running Time is 161.01 mins. I decided to leave this as a 3 disk set(Like my Master CD Burn) It may be possible to eliminate the backstage stuff and overburn the 1st disk if you want to make it a 2 disk set. 

Iron Maiden - 1998-09-25 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Soundboard FLAC)

Isstadion 
Stockholm 
Sweden 
1998-09-25 

Lineage: 
CDr - HD - Wave - TLH flac level 8 with Checksums

cd 1 
01. Futureal 
02. The Angel And The Gambler 
03. Man On The Edge 
04. Lightning Strikes Twice 
05. Heaven Can Wait 
06. The Clansman 
07. When Two Worlds Collide 
08. Lord Of The Flies 
09. 2 Minutes To Midnight 

cd 2 
01. The Educated Fool 
02. Sign Of The Cross 
03. Afraid To Shoot Strangers 
04. Hallowed Be Thy Name 
05. The Evil That Men Do 
06. Fear Of The Dark 
07. Iron Maiden 
08. Audience

The Police - 1980-04-02 - Milan, IT (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

"Live In Italy" bootleg LP

Lineage:
LP -> Thorens turntable -> Bose receiver -> Nakamichi tape deck -> play back on a Nak -> custom made audio cables using phone wire my audio guy swears by -> E-MU 1212m soundcard -> Sound Forge Audio Studio (level adjustments & audio restoration) -> tlh

Side 1:
01 Walking On The Moon
02 So Lonely
03 Fall Out
04 Next To You
05 Landlord
06 Born In The 50s

Side 2:
07 Message In A Bottle
08 Roxanne
09 Can't Stand Losing You

Pink Floyd - Video Anthology Vol. 01 (DVDfull pro-shot)

 (DVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 1 (1966-1967)
HRV DVD 005A

Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Mono/Stereo
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 12 mins

Home Movies, Gog Magog Hills, London
Summer 1966
8mm home movies of Syd’s first mushroom trip filmed by Barrett's friend, film student Nigel Gordon, in the Gog Magog Hills in the summer of 1966. The footage on this DVD has been edited to an early instrumental version of Pink Floyd’s Remember A Day.

London 66 - 67, Sound Techniques Studios, UFO Club & Unknown Venue, London
11 January, 1967 / 30 December, 1966 & Early 1967
Live in the studio performances of Interstellar Overdrive and Nick’s Boogie filmed for Peter Whitehead’s Tonight Let’s All Make Love In London documentary. This footage is intercut with live performances at UFO and an unknown venue.

Scene Special, UFO Club, London
27 January, 1967
A live performance of Interstellar Overdrive filmed at the UFO club for the Granada TV documentary Scene Special subtitled It’s So Far Out It’s Straight Down.
Broadcast on 7 February, 1967.

Dope, Unknown Venue, London
Early 1967
A live performance of an untitled instrumental was filmed by underground filmmakers Diane and Sheldon Rochlin for their cult film Dope.

Die Jungen Nachtwandler, UFO Club, London
24 February, 1967
A live performance of an untitled instrumental and the general scene at UFO was filmed by German TV to be included in the one-hour documentary “Die Jungen Nachtwandler”.
Broadcast on the Bayerischer Rundfunk TV network on 3 July, 1967.

Arnold Layne, Promo Film
Late February - Early March, 1967
A promotional film for their first single. Filmed at Wittering Beach on the south coast of England by Derek Nice, this promo premiered at the UFO club on 10 March, 1967.

Home Movies, Abbey Road Studios, London
April, 1967
8mm home movies filmed outside of Abbey Road Studios and on an unidentified beach. The footage on this DVD has been edited to the band’s second single, See Emily Play (edited version by HRV Records).

Bouton Rouge, Arnold Layne, Promo Film
29 April, 1967
An alternate black and white promotional film for Arnold Layne was shot in Holland and featured on the French TV show Bouton Rouge.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 21 May, 1967.

Look of The Week, BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London
14 May, 1967
Live performances of Pow R Toc H and Astronomy Domine followed by Syd and Roger being interviewed by Hans Keller for the TV show Look Of The Week.
Broadcast live on BBC2 TV.

British Pathe News, Suffolk, England
8 July, 1967
A colour promotional film for Scarecrow was featured in the British Pathe News which was syndicated throughout the ABC cinema circuit in the summer of 1967.

American Bandstand, ABC Studios, Burbank, California
7 November, 1967
A mimed performance of Apples & Oranges was featured on American Bandstand followed by an interview with Dick Clark.
Broadcast on the ABC network on 18 November, 1967.

Tomorrow’s World, Stanhope Gardens, Hampstead, London
12 December, 1967
The Pink Floyd were filmed at former landlord Mike Leonard’s house for an edition of the BBC show, Tomorrow’s World. The band performed an untitled instrumental to accompany a demonstration of Mike’s sound and light experiments.
Broadcast on BBC1 TV on 17 January, 1968.

Central Office of Information, Jugband Blues, Promo Film
December, 1967
It was reported that this film was being viewed by the band at the Central Office of Information on 9 December, shortly after this song was recorded, for inclusion in a cultural exchange variety show.
Recording date and location are unknown.

Bonus Clips
San Francisco, Film
1968
Anthony Stern developed the concept of the impressionistic documentary with the making of this BFI financed film. The film features a very early version of Interstellar Overdrive as performed by Pink Floyd.
Recorded at Thompson Private Recording Studios on 31 October, 1966.

British Pathe News Outtakes, Suffolk, England
8 July, 1967
Outtakes from the Scarecrow film.



Pink Floyd - Video Anthology Vol. 02 (DVDfull pro-shot)


Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 2 (1968)
HRV DVD 005B

Video: NTSC (4:3)

Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 28 mins

Promo Films with David Gilmour

Parc de Laeken and RTB TV Studios, Brussels, Belgium
18-19 February, 1968
Mimed performances of Astronomy Domine, Scarecrow, Corporal Clegg, Paintbox, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, See Emily Play and a photo montage of Bike were broadcast in a dedicated Pink Floyd TV special, as part of the Tienerklanken pop music show.
Broadcast on BRT TV on 31 March, 1968.

A mimed performance of Apples and Oranges was broadcast on the RTB pop music program

Vibrato on 27 February, 1968.

Bouton Rouge, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris

20 February, 1968
Live performances of Astronomy Domine, Flaming, Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun, and Let There Be More Light.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 25 February, 1968.

Discorama, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris

21 February, 1968
A mimed performance of Paintbox appeared on the French TV show Discorama.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 3 March, 1968.

The Sound of Change, BBC Lime Grove Studios, Shepherd’s Bush, London

26 March, 1968
An untitled instrumental was performed live for the magazine program Late Night Line Up subtitled The Sound of Change.
Broadcast on BBC2 TV on 10 September, 1968.

All My Loving, Abbey Mills Pumping Station, East Stratford, London

28 March, 1968
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun was performed live for the BBC Omnibus TV special subtitled All My Loving. This clip features the single-camera dailies which were edited together from various takes creating a full performance of the piece.
Originally broadcast on BBC1 TV on 3 November, 1968 in black and white.
Rebroadcast on BBC2 TV on 18 May, 1969 in color.

Rome Goes Pop, Piper Club, Rome

18 or 19 April, 1968
An abbreviated mimed performance of It Would Be So Nice appeared as part of the Rome Goes Pop TV special.
Broadcast on BBC2 TV on 18 May, 1968.

1st European International Pop Festival, Palazzo Dello Sport, Rome

6 May, 1968
A live performance of Interstellar Overdrive.
Broadcast on German ARD TV. Program and broadcast date are unknown.

Kastival 1968, Kastival ’68 Festival, Kasterlee, Belgium

31 August, 1968
An interview with Roger Waters and a live performance of Astronomy Domine were filmed by BRT TV, Belgium and broadcast as part of a 30-minute Kastival 1968 TV special on the Tienerklanken pop music show.
Broadcast on 8 October, 1968.

Samedi et Compagnie, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris

6 September, 1968
Mimed performances of Let There Be More Light and Remember a Day were featured on the music program Samedi et Compagnie.
Broadcast on ORTF1 on 21 September, 1968.

Surprise Partie, Le Bilboquet, St. Germain des Pres, Paris

7 September, 1968
A live performance of Let There Be More Light was included on the 4-hour TV special Surprise Partie.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 31 December, 1968.

Tous en Scene, L’Antenne du Chapiteau du Kremlin-Bicetre, Paris

31 October, 1968
Let There Be More Light and Flaming were performed live for the music program Tous en Scene.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 26 November, 1968.

Point Me at the Sky, Promo Film

November, 1968
This promotional film of Point Me at the Sky featured David Gilmour and Nick Mason piloting Gypsy Moth biplanes flying over the English countryside. Publicity photos of the band members wearing aviator clothing were taken at Biggin Hill Aerodome in November and it is assumed that this promotion film was made around this time.

Bonus Clip

Let There Be More Light, Promo Film
September, 1968
A video of the band on a London Tube train accompanied an abbreviated version of Let There Be More Light on the French TV show A L’affiche du Monde.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 12 October, 1968.

Video restoration: RonToon

Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

Enjoy!

Team HRV (2011)

Pink Floyd - Video Anthology Vol. 03 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 3 (1969)
HRV DVD 005C

Video: NTSC (4:3)

Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 30 mins

Forum Musiques, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris

22 January, 1969
Mimed performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the French TV show Forum Musiques.
Broadcast on ORTF1 on 15 February, 1969.

Royal Festival Hall, London

14 April, 1969
Anthony Stern filmed the band rehearsing songs from The Man & The Journey suite, performed later that evening at the Royal Festival Hall.

SDR TV Villa Berg Studios, Stuttgart, West Germany

22 July, 1969
Mimed performances of Corporal Clegg and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV program P-1.
Broadcast on the SDR TV network on 21 September, 1969.

Essen International Pop & Blues Festival Grugahalle, Essen, West Germany

11 October, 1969
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV special Essen International Pop & Blues Festival which was broadcast on German TV network ZDF.

Actuel Festival, Mont de lnclus, Amougies, Belgium

25 October, 1969
Excerpts from live performances of Green is the Colour, Careful With That Axe Eugene, and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on several French TV programs. These clips are from the film Music Power, a documentary on the Actuel Festival.

Video restoration: RonToon

Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

For the past 25+ years I've been attempting to piece together the perfect video anthology. I remember going to my 1st record show in Chicago in the early 80's and finding a VHS tape that had a bunch of Floyd clips on it... The Look of the Week, Scarecrow Promo, Apples & Oranges. About an hour's worth of videos all in horrible quality. But I was intrigued by the aspect of other rare material being out there while trying to find the best quality of each clip. The digital age has helped a lot.


HRV released its 1st anthology in 2003 as a 3 DVD set. A couple of years ago MOB and I decided to make a list of all known video clips identifying the best source for each one. Having some time on my hands I pieced together a 5 DVD set that was only shared between a few friends. MOB and I thought that we would "release" something like this when Blu-ray became standard and we could compile all of these 5 DVD discs, plus some bonus material, onto a couple of Blu-rays. But Blu-ray still isn't quite as widespread at the moment.


Recently I had some more time on my hands and we decided to reinvestigate the anthology since so much new material had surfaced recently. So we created a new 5 DVD set and, with a little bit of coaxing, MOB felt that it was time for this to be shared on Yeeshkul.


Don't expect to find anything new on these discs, it's all been out and shared freely. For us it's all about the presentation of the material; the quality of the video and audio, and how it's all edited together into a unique viewing experience. In many cases when the band is miming to a studio version of a song we used the studio version for the audio. Purists may not care for this but there is always the original to enjoy.


After 25 years I think I finally have something that I'm fairly happy with. Please enjoy our work and share it freely wherever it's allowed. Make some copies for your friends! And offer a copy or two on the HRV weeding group... it's still around.


Enjoy!

Team HRV (2011)

Pink Floyd - Video Anthology Vol. 04 (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 4 (The 1970's)
HRV DVD 005D

Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 33 mins

Holland Pop Festival ‘70, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
28 June, 1970
Live performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured in the Cine3/Planet film Stamping Ground.
Directed by Jason Pohland.

ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
4 & 5 December, 1970
Pink Floyd were reported to be filming a segment for French TV. They performed an untitled instrumental often referred to as Corrosion, an improvisational jam that segued into Embryo. This clip was featured on a Roland Petit Special shown on French TV.
Broadcast on ORTF1 TV on 2 January, 1971.

Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany
25 February, 1971
Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany
26 February, 1971
Excerpts of a live performances of Atom Heart Mother (Musikhalle) and A Saucerful Of Secrets (Stadthalle) were filmed for the German TV show Aspekte.
Broadcast on the ZDF TV network on 2 March, 1971.

Abbaye de Royaumont, Royaumont, France
15 June, 1971
Live performances of Cymbaline and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were filmed for the TV program Cinq Grand Sur La Deux.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 12 July, 1971.

Hakone Aphrodite ‘71, Hakone, Japan
7 August, 1971
Edited excerpts of a live performance from the Hakone Aphrodite Festival were featured on an unknown Japanese television. A live performance of Atom Heart Mother was overdubbed and used as the audio track for the original broadcast. This clip features audio of Atom Heart Mother recorded live at the Community Concourse of the San Diego Convention Center on 17 October, 1971.

Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
15 August, 1971
Excerpts of a live performance of Careful With That Axe Eugene (with overdubbed sound taken from Ummagumma) along with an interview and promotional video for Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on the local early evening TV show Get To Know.
Broadcast on the ABC TV network on 15 August, 1971.

The Dome, Brighton, England
28 & 29 June, 1972
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. Filmed by Peter Whitehead for Peter Clifton’s Sound Of The City (in the UK) and Rock City (in the US). Set The Controls was not released until it debuted in Peter Clifton’s Heart Of The Sun film.

Various Ballet Footage
1972 & 1973
Actualites Mediterranee - Excerpts from The Ballet de Marseille dress rehearsals filmed on 21 November, 1972, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 22 November, 1972.

JT Nuit - Excerpts from live performances of The Ballet de Marseille, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 26 November, 1972.

Journal de Paris - Rehearsals filmed in Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France on
12 January, 1973.
Broadcast on ORTF on 16 January, 1973.

JT Soir - Rehearsals from Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France.
Filmed and broadcast on ORTF on 12 January, 1973.

Knebworth Festival, Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire
5 July, 1975
A live performance of Raving & Drooling was filmed by TF1 which was later featured as part of a news segment. The audio features a recording from the Los Angeles Sports Arena on 26 April, 1975.
Broadcast on TF1 on 8 July, 1975.

Bonus Clip
Parc des Expositions Les Arenes, Poitiers, France
29 November, 1972
Pre-show footage, intercut with a few brief live shots and interviews were filmed by a local French TV crew but was never broadcast.

Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

Pink Floyd - Video Anthology Vol. 05 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 5 (A Collection Of Great Dance Videos)
HRV DVD 005E

Please note that this DVD contains both standard 4:3 and widescreen 16:9 aspect ratios and was created to be played on 16:9 monitors/TVs which are the current standard. The 4:3 footage should display black bars to the left and right of the image.

Video: NTSC (16:9)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 12 mins

Crystal Voyager
1972
Crystal Voyager is a 1973 surf film directed by David Elfick and was filmed, written and narrated by surfer, photographer and filmmaker George Greenough in 1972. The song Echoes is featured during the final sequence comprised of footage shot by Greenough from his surfboard.

French Windows
1972
Ian Emes’ first animated film, inspired by One Of These Days. The film went on to win awards across the world and lead to an invitation to work with Pink Floyd.

Dark Side Of The Moon Concert Films
1974 - 1975
Concert backdrop films of Time (animation by Ian Emes), Money, Us & Them, Brain Damage, and Eclipse.
Originally projected during performances of Dark Side Of The Moon from 1974-1975.

Welcome To The Machine
1976
Animated film designed and directed by Gerald Scarfe. Originally projected during the Animals tour in 1977.

Pig Launch Film, Battersea Power Station, London
3 December, 1976
Footage of the inflatable pig being launched above Battersea Power Station.
Edited by Harvested Records, 2002.

Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
1980
Promotional video for the single Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) directed by Gerald Scarfe.

When The Tigers Broke Free
1982
Promotional video for the single When The Tigers Broke Free directed by Alan Parker from the film Pink Floyd The Wall.

The Final Cut Video EP
1983
Promotional videos of The Gunner’s Dream, The Final Cut, Not Now John, and The Fletcher Memorial Home were released as an extended play video on VHS in the U.K. The source of this video is from a pre-broadcast TV master which features an uncensored (and longer) version of Not Now John as well as an alternate running order. Screenplay by Roger Waters, directed by Willie Christie.
Released on 25 April, 1983.

Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

Friday, August 18, 2017

Doobie Brothers - 1979-02-22 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage:

My Silver CD > EAC(Secure Offset Corrected) > WAV > FLAC Level 8

Venue: Budokan Hall

Source: Silver CD Bootleg
Label: GRACE CARRY GC CD 003
Title: ORIENTAL MINUTE
Excellent+ Stereo Soundboard Recording

Patrick Simmons Guiters, Vocals

Michael McDonald Keyboards, Synthesizers, Vocals
Jeffrey Baxter Guiters
Tiran Porter Bass, Vocals
John Hartman Drums
Keith Knudsen Drums, Vocals


01. Jesus Is Just Alright
02. Long Train Runnin'
03. Sweet Maxine
04. It Keeps You Runnin'
05. Take Me In Your Arms
06. Open Your Eyes
07. What A Fool Believes
08. Neal's Fandango
09. Echoes Of Love
10. You Made That Way
11. Black Water
12. Steamer Lane Breakdown
13. Road Angel
14. China Grove
15. Takin' It To The Streets
16. Listen To The Music


Total: 1:17:06

Metallica - 2017-08-16 - Edmonton, AB, Canada (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

CREDIT TO kigonjiro

Commonwealth Stadium

Live Webcast
PRO-SHOT, PAL, 16/9
Authored w/DVD Studio Pro
Video: MPEG-2, 720 x 576, 16/9, 25 fps
Audio: MP2 2.0, 48 kHz, 128 kpbs

01 - Hardwired
02 - Atlas, Rise!
03 - For Whom the Bell Tolls
04 - The Memory Remains
05 - The Unforgiven
06 - Now That We’re Dead
07 - Moth Into Flame
08 - Wherever I May Roam
09 - Halo on Fire
10 - Hit the Lights
11 - Sad but True
12 - One
13 - Master of Puppets
14 - Fade to Black
15 - Seek & Destroy

Encore:
16 - Blackened
17 - Nothing Else Matters
18 - Enter Sandman

152:44 Minutes