Sunday, September 28, 2014

Hall and Oates - 1990-09-05 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Daryl Hall John Oates
Town and Country Club
September 5 (4?) 1990

unknown cassette>cdr>eac>cdwave>flac

Disc One:
01. Out of Touch
02. Family Man
03. Say It Isn't So
04. How Does It Feel
05. Kiss on my List
06. Starting Over
07. Everytime You Go Away
08. So Close
09. I Can't Go For That No Can Do
10. Sara Smile
11. She's Gone
12. Rich Girl
13. Wait For Me (30 seconds)

Disc Two:
1. Maneater
2. Adult Education
3. You Make My Dreams Come True
4. Hot Fun in the Summertime
5. What's Going On

Mr. Big - 1992-05-02 - Cologne, D (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Master Tapers Concert Series - Volume (41)

Band name: Mr. Big
Date: May 2, 1992
Venue: Live Music Hall
Location: Cologne, Germany
Tour name: Lean Into It

Media: 2 CDs
Recording type: Audience
Taper: Rock_Forever
Recording Equipment: Aiwa CM-30a>Sony WM-D6C
Lineage: 1st Generation Analog (BASF HF90)>TC-WE475>PC>AUDACITY>WAV (16bit)>TLH>FLAC (8)
Transfer/Mastering: March 2014
Audio format: FLAC
Total running time: 88:37
Audio quality: 4/4+
Artwork: No

Eric Martin - Vocals
Paul Gilbert - Lead Guitars
Billy Sheehan - Bass Guitar
Pat Torpey - Drums

01 - Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy
02 - Alive and Kickin'
03 - Voodoo Kiss
04 - Rock & Roll Over
05 - Green-Tinted Sixties Mind
06 - Just Take My Heart
07 - A Little Too Lose
08 - Road To Ruin
09 - Paul Gilbert Guitar Solo
10 - Take A Walk
11 - Pat Torpey Drum Solo
12 - CDFF - Lucky This Time
13 - Billy Sheehan Bass Solo
14 - Addicted To That Rush
15 - To Be With You
16 - 30 Days In The Hole
17 - Shyboy
18 - Baba O'Riley

Show comments:
Another excellent show from Rock_Forever.

Patti Smith - 1978-05-04 - Eugene OR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Place

CD bootleg "A Heavy Rock & Roll" (Countdown Factory CDF-942015A/B)(from KCEL-FM SBD broadcast)>CDR(x)>CDR I received by mail>EAC>Sound Forge>Cool Edit Pro 2.1>FLAC(level 8) 

SQ: Almost "A", one of the best-sounding 70s Patti recordings. The previous two postings of this torrent received 849 Snatches. The most recent posting dropped off the tracker a month ago after 655 days on the tracker. 

Disc One 45:08 
01 Land > 3:34 
02 Rock And Roll Nigger 3:24 
03 Privilege 4:27 
[REMOVED No Jestering] 
05 Free Money 5:38 
06 Pissing In A River 5:34 
REMOVED 25th Floor 
08 Pumping 4:50 
09 You Really Got Me 3:18 
10 Time Is on My Side 3:54 
11 Ghost Dance 6:35 
12 Because the Night 3:55 

Disc Two 50:26 
01 Easter 6:09 
02 Radio Ethiopia > 6:02 
03 Gloria 6:49 
04 Jailhouse Rock 2:08 
05 My Generation 6:25 

May 12, 1978 Civic Center, Santa Monica, California, USA 
06 Land > 1:51 
07 Rock And Roll Nigger 3:31 
08 Privilege 3:52 
09 Kimberly 5:50 
10 Till Victory 3:57 
11 Redondo Beach 3:53 

Total: 95:34 
Size: 568MB 

d1t1@0:00.019 I removed a digiclick 
d1t11@0:11.250 I removed 8.304 seconds that repeated (and had a rough splice) 

Artwork included; many thanks to G. The Cock for reworking the original artwork, and creating the inside front cover artwork, I love it! 

d1t7 (25th Floor) is removed because it was officially released. I tracked the adjacent songs so that if you extract the official track from disc 2 of Patti's "Land", it will fit (perfectly per instructions below under "Do-It-Yourself Official Patch" -- see text). 

[d1t4 (No Jestering - Lenny's song) is removed because it was officially released on, "You're a Hook"—The 15 Year Anniversary of Dial-a-Poem (1968-1983) - 06/18/84 Giorno Poetry Systems records (#GPS 030) - md 2014] 

Kate Bush - 2014-09-24 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC) EBR Recording

(Audience FLAC)

Hammersmith Apollo

Sonic Studios DSM-6>PA6-XP>M Audio Microtrack> Wavelab>CD Wave Editor>FLAC Level 8 

An EBR Recording

01. Lily 
02. Hounds Of Love 
03. Joanni 
04. Top Of The City 
05. Running Up That Hill 
06. King Of The Mountain 

01. Ninth Wave Intro 
02. And Dream Of Sheep 
03. Under Ice 
04. Waking The Witch 
05. Interlude 
06. Watching You Without Me 
07. Jig Of Life 
08. Hello Earth 
09. The Morning Fog 

01. Prelude 
02. Prologue 
03. An Architect's Dream 
04. The Painter's Link 
05. Sunset 
06. Aerial Tal 
07. Somewhere In Between 
08. Tawny Moon 
09. Nocturn 
10. Aerial 
11. Crowd 
12. Among Angels 
13. Cloudbusting 
14. Outro 

Blondie - 2014-08-27 - Glasgow, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


Recorded from raised platform to right of stage 
Recorded using ZOOM H2 - Memory Card - PC - Adobe - Audacity - TLH 
Once on my PC I put the raw file through Adobe Audition to try and reduce a bit of the high frequency loss which appears every so often. 
I then tracked using Audacity before converting to FLAC using TLH. 
At times the high frequencies get slightly muffled and I now realise it coincided with me taking pictures (some of which are included) 
Wasn't going to upload but on listening it's not too bad but could have been better. 
The band themselves are on fire. 
I tried to edit it down to 80 mins (ie one CD) but just couldn't fit. 
No fades but I split it with CD2 starting at track 09 Euphoria. 

01 Introduction 
02 One Way Or Another 
03 Rave 
04 Hanging On The Telephone 
05 Mile High 
06 Call Me 
07 What I Heard 
08 Maria 
09 Euphoria 
10 A Rose By Any Name 
11 Rapture 
12 Fight For The Right To Party 
13 The Tide Is High 
14 Atomic 
15 Band Introduction 
16 Sgar On The Side 
17 Heart Of Glass 
18 War Child 
19 Dreaming 

Eric Clapton - Behind the Sun Sessions (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton
Title: Behind The Sun Sessions
Dates: December 1984 ?

SB 4+ Recording

Audifon Deutschland AF 007/4 Boot CD > EAC > FLAC

Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Steve Lukather: Guitar
Jeff Pocaro: Drums
Natan East: Bass
Michael Omartion: Synthesizer
Lenny Castro: Congas
Marcy Levy: Backing Vocals
Jerry Williams: Backing Vocals

01: She's Waiting
02: Heaven Is One Step Away 1
03: Same Old Blues
04: One Jump Ahead
05: Jail Bait 1
06: Nobody Knows Like I Know
07: Too Bad
08: Never Make You Cry
09: Heaven Is One Step Away 2
10: Jail Bait 2
11: Tangled In Love
12: Knock On Wood

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Eric Clapton - 1987-1997 - Friends (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Eric Clapton & Friends
Title: Eric Clapton & Friends 1987-1997
Source: Pro-Shot Colour NTSC Approx.95min.      

Eric Clapton & Buddy Guy
The South Bank Session (1987)
Live at Ronnie Scotts, London, UK 6th October 1987
1. Intro 
2. Key To The Highway 
3. Stormy Monday 
4. Worried Life Blues 
5. Sweet Home Chicago
6. Jam

Eric Clapton & Buddy Guy
Chris Stainton - Piano Greg Rzab - Bass Gerry Porter - Drums
Wogan (1989)
1. Interviews

BBC Studio 25th January 1989 Hosted by Terry Wogan

The 1st International Rock Awards (1989)
Live at The Armoury, New York, USA 31st May 1989
1. Keep A Knockin'

Eric Clapton
Keith Richards
Dave Edmunds
Jeff Healey
Vernon Reid 
Waddy Wachtel
Bobby Keyes
Clarence Clemons
Steve Jordan
Charley Drayton 
Ivan Neville
Sarah Dash
Tina Turner

Eric Clapton & Pete Townsend
Saturday Matters (1989)

BBS Studio 28th October 1989 Presented & Interviewed by Sue Lawley
1. Interview 2. Blues Session

Blues Night (1990)

"Blues Night" UK Channel 4 : Rock Steady
Live at Royal Albert Hall, London, UK 5th February 1990
1. Programme Intro 
2. Intro 
3. Key To The Highway 
4. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
5. Cry For Me 
6. Money 
7. Interview

Eric Clapton - Guitar, Vocal Robert Cray - Guitar Buddy Guy - Guitar
Johnnie Johnson - Keyboards Jamie Oldaker - Drums Robert Cousins - Bass

Legends (1997)
Live at North Sea Jazz Festival, Den Haag, Netherlands 11th July 1997
1. Full House 
2. Suggestions

Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocal 
Marcus Miller - Bass 
David Sanborn - Saxophone
Joe Sample - Keyboards
Piano Steve Gadd - Drums  

New links on GUITARS101 27/09/2014

Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin - 1973-09-05 - Berkeley, CA (FM-FLAC)
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - 1970-05-12 - Denver, CO (AUD-FLAC)
Deep Purple - 1996-09-14 - Brescia, IT (AUD-FLAC)
Husker Du - 1980-05-07 - Minneapolis, MN (AUD-FLAC)
Johnny Winter - 1984-06-17 - Berlin, DE (AUD-FLAC)
Led Zeppelin - 1969-05-28 - Boston, MA (AUD-FLAC)
Rick Danko - 1999-01-15 - Philadelphia, PA (DSBD-FLAC)
Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1984-02-08 - Atlanta, GA (AUD-FLAC)
Tom Petty - 2014-09-20 - West Palm Beach, FL (AUD-FLAC)
Van Halen - 1984 04-05 - Detroit, MI (AUD-FLAC)

Latest Neil Young's links on GUITARS101

Neil Young - 2003-03-16 - Manchester, TN (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-07 - Reykjavík, Iceland (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-10 - Cork, Ireland (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-12 - London, England (AUD-FLAC) Taper- SC
Neil Young - 2014-07-13 - Liverpool, UK (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-13 - Liverpool, UK (AUD-FLAC) taper- tbugsett
Neil Young - 2014-07-20 - Ulm, DE (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-26 - Dresden, DE (AUD-FLAC)
Neil Young - 2014-07-30 - Copenhagen, DK (AUD-FLAC)

Latest Bob Dylan's links on GUITARS101

Bob Dylan - 1965-04-07 - Manchester, UK (SBD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2004-10-31 - De Kalb, IL (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2008-03-20 - Punta del Este, Uruguay (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2010-11-12 - Bethlehem, PA (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2010-11-16 - Poughkeepsie, NY (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2010-11-23 - New York City, NY (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2010-11-24 - New York City, NY (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-06-20 - Instanbul, Turkey (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-06-28 - Vienna, AT (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-06-29 - Burg Clam, AT (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-06-29 - Klam, AT (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-07-02 - Prague, Czech Republic (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-07-03 - Zwickau, DE (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-07-08 - Flensburg, DE (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-07-14 - Helsingborg, SWE (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-08-09 - Hamilton, NZ (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-08-10 - Hamilton, NZ (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-09-04 - Sydney, AU (AUD-FLAC)

Cheap Trick - 1998-09-26 - San Francisco, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Great American Music Hall 

:: 48kHz/16 bit FILE SET :: 

SBD > Sony D8 > DAT Master (48kHz/16 bit) Sennheiser 441 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony D8 > DAT Master (48kHz/16 bit) 

Mics right of center, 8 feet high, 40 feet from the stage at SBD in the back of the venue 

Master DATs > Sony PCM-R300 > ProTools 8.0.5 (EQ, compression, mixing, mastering) > WAV (48kHz/16 bit) > FLAC 

Bun E. Carlos: drums 
Rick Neilsen: guitar, vocals 
Tom Petersson: 12 string bass, vocals 
Robin Zander: guitar, vocals 

01 - Oh Claire > 
02 - Surrender 
03 - On Top Of The World 
04 - California Man 
05 - High Roller 
06 - Auf Wiedersehen 
07 - Takin' Me Back 
08 - On The Radio 
09 - Heaven Tonight 
10 - Stiff Competition 
11 - How Are You? 
12 - Voices 
13 - Anytime 
14 - I Know What I Want 
15 - I Just Got Back 

16 - If You Want My Love 
17 - Gonna Raise Hell 

-Album Night 3 of 3 
-Complete performance of Heaven Tonight 
-Only night recorded with this set up 

Rainbow - 1980-05-08 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Title: Attack On Titan (Mr. Peach Version) 
Dates: May 08, 1980 
Venue: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan. 

Source: Aud 5 Recording 
Lineage: Tarantura Tcrainbow 22-1/2 Boot 2CD > WAV > EAC > FLAC 

Ritchie Blackmore: Guitar 
Graham Bonnet: Vocals 
Roger Glover: Bass 
Don Airey: Keyboards 
Cozy Powell: Drums

01: Pomp And Circumstance March No.1 (Elger) 
02: Countdown 
03: Over The Rainbow 
04: Eyes Of The World 
05: Love's No Friend Of Mine 
06: Band Introduction 
07: Guitar Solo 
08: Since You Been Gone 
09: Over The Rainbow 
10: Man On The Silver Mountain 
11: Catch The Rainbow 

01: MC 
02: Keyboard Solo 
03: Lost In Hollywood 
04: Guitar Solo 
05: Lost In Hollywood 
06: Guitar Solo 
07: An Die Freude (Beethoven #9) 
08: Keyboard Solo 
09: Drum Solo 
10: 1812 Overture 
11: Lost In Hollywood 
12: Guitar Solo 
13: Lazy 
14: All Night Long 
15: Long Live Rock'n Roll 
16: Kill The King / Guitar Clash 
17: Long Live Rock'n Roll 
18: Over The Rainbow 
19: Announcement 

Friday, September 26, 2014

Kate Bush - 2014-09-13 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Eventim Apollo

Bootleg Title:
Birdsongs From The Bush

Venue City Country Date:
Eventim Apollo, London, England, 2014-09-13

(Photographs taken by Metamarc at the actual gig)

Audience Recording / Exc.


Church Audio CA-11 (Croakie Mount) > CHURCH AUDIO CA UGLY 2 STEREO PREAMP > NAGRA PICO > WAV to FLAC conversion with Traders Little Helper - ffp with Traders Little Helper-Torrent file with Maketorrent; equalized with Har-Bal; tweaked with Adobe Audition 2.0; cleaned and enhanced with iZotope RX3.

Kate Bush - vocals (plus occasional piano/keyboards)
David Rhodes - guitar
Friðrik Karlsson – guitar, bouzouki, charango
John Giblin – bass guitar, double bass
Jon Carin - keyboards, guitar, vocals, programming
Kevin McAlea – keyboards, accordion, uilleann pipes
Omar Hakim – drums
Mino Cinélu – percussion
Albert McIntosh - chorus, Son, Painter
Jo Servi - chorus, Witchfinder
Bob Harms - chorus, Dad
Sandra Marvin - chorus
Jacqui DuBois - chorus
Ben Thompson - Lord of the Waves, Tesoro
Stuart Angell - Lord of the Waves, Painter's Apprentice
Christian Jenner - Blackbird Spirit
Sean Myatt, Richard Booth, Emily Cooper, Lane Paul Stewart, Charlotte Williams - Supporting Actors

Track List ACT1:
01. Lily
02. Hounds of Love
03. Joanni
04. Top of the City
05. Running Up That Hill
06. King of the Mountain
-The Ninth Wave-
07. (Intro video)
08. And Dream of Sheep (Video)
09. Under Ice
10. Waking the Witch
11. (Dialogue and Scene Play)
12. Watching You Without Me
13. Jig of Life
14. Hello Earth
15. The Morning Fog

Track List ACT2.
-A Sky of Honey-
01. Prelude
02. Prologue
03. An Architect’s Dream
04. The Painter’s Link
05. Sunset
06. Aerial Tal
07. Somewhere in Between
08. Tawny Moon (Bertie Sings)
09. Nocturn
10. Aerial (cut)

Notes by the taper:
Again a great show recorded from the far right of the stalls with a good unobstructed view to the stage. Last song of set 2 is cut and the encores are missing due to a lack of internal memory of my Nagra Pico...damn it...I thought it REALLY had 4GB of internal turned out it didn't...hope you still enjoy this wonderful concert.

UFO - 1976-05-03 - West Hollywood, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

2Nd Gen Soundboard Krw_Co New Transfer

Analog Second Generation Soundboard To Wav To Audio Cleaning Lab For Repithch/Tape Flip Splice At 43:54 And Track Marks Only To Cdr Krw Transfer To Eac To Tlh Flac Level 8

Michael Schenker Guitar
Phil Mogg Vocals
Pete Way Bass
Andy Parker Drums
Danny Peyronel Keyboards

01 Intro
02 Can You Roll Her
03 Doctor Doctor
04 Oh My
05 Out In The Street
06 Highway Lady
07 I'M A Loser
08 Let It Roll
09 This Kids
10 Shoot Shoot
11 Rock Bottom
12 C'Mon Everyboby
13 Boogie For George

Thursday, September 25, 2014

UFO - 1971-05-08 - Kiel, DE (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)


AUD > ? > CDR > HD > FLAC

Phil Mogg - vocals 
Mick Bolton - guitar 
Pete Way - bass 
Andy Parker - drums 

01. Prince Kajuku 
02. The Coming Of Prince Kajuku 
03. Loving Cup 
04. Who Do You Love 
05. (Come Away) Melinda 
06. Star Storm 
07. Silver Bird 
08. Hold Me Down 
09. Boogie (For George) 
10. C'mon Everybody 

Total time 1:12:23 

An audience recording that I picked up in a trade a long long time ago. The sound is not the best but very listenable for this nearly 38 years old show. If there's someone on the tracker here with a better version, so please bring it up!!! Please check the samples before downloading. 

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Pink Floyd - 1972-12-05 - Brussels, Belgium (Brussels Affair) mp3@224.... FLAC soon.....

(Audience mp3@224)

Brussels Affair [Sigma 66, 2CD]
Live at the Forest National (Vorst Nationaal), Brussels, Belgium; December 5, 1972. Very good audience recording.

This Sigma release probably surfaced around April or May 2011 and thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks.

David Gilmour - guitars, vocals
Nick Mason - percussion, vocals
Roger Waters - bass, vocals
Richard Wright - keyboards, vocals

Disc 1
01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. Breathe (Reprise)
06. The Great Gig In The Sky
07. Money
08. Us And Them
09. Any Colour You Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse

Disc 2
01. One Of These Days
02. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
03. Echoes
04. Childhood’s End

This is what gsparaco posted at
The tape documenting Pink Floyd’s December 5, 1972 Brussels show is a recent find. Produced by a taper named OPUS 5, it is a very good to borderline excellent stereo recording. The needle seems to hit the red too often plaguing the tape with upper end distortion throughout the concert. It is slight but noticeable and mars what could have been the best recorded concert from Pink Floyd’s short tour of Europe in late ‘72. There are a few cuts between songs in the second half of the concert, but none during songs. Every performance is complete.
Pink Floyd starts off the show by playing the Dark Side Of The Moon suite as they have for the entire year. It is remarkable how little the piece evolved during the year compared to the studio recording. The two “traveling” pieces, “On The Run” and “The Great Gig In The Sky”, underwent several changes throughout the year, but none would suggest what they would eventually become in the studio.
The Brussels performance is notable for the nasty, abrasive, loud buzzing coming from the PA at the start of “Breathe.” Several times (specifically at 1:25, 1:46, 1:51, and 3:46) electronic noises startle the audience (and band), throwing off their timing. The band continue to play the song but David Gilmour waits before singing the song until the problem is worked out.
The VC3-dominated “On The Run” is entirely a studio creation and wouldn’t sound like the studio version until 1973. In 1972 it was still an instrumental jam session. Whether the equipment problems at the start of the show continued or how much they bothered the band is uncertain. But Gilmour sounds completely out of sorts during the instrumental, playing an out of tune strumming tune over the rhythm section.
“Time” starts off effectively, but this time Richard Wright makes a big mistake by singing the final verse as the first. He and Gilmour giggle at the mistake and bravely continue on.
After “Great Gig” the performance improves. “Money” builds in intensity and “Us And Them” is quite unsettling. “Any Colour You Like” is an effective jam session and Roger Waters’ big contribution to the suite, “Brain Damage” and “Eclipse”, ends the first half of the the show nicely.
The second half “oldies” section starts off with “One Of These Days” from Meddle. Very early on Waters makes a big mistake, playing the descending riff on bass guitar several measures too early, throwing off the rest of the band. First Gilmour, then Wright, and now Waters cause a big, embarrassing mistake. Nick Mason is the only one to not have have some kind of meltdown during the performance.
“Careful With That Axe, Eugene” is very effective. Waters recites his Scottish Pict style poetry in the middle before the expected blood curdling scream and instrumental cacophony. The poem sounds different than the one recited in Zürich several nights before.
“Echoes” redeems the show. The distortion in the tape curiously enhances the brutality of the heavy-metal sections of the piece. The epic closes the show and the band return to the stage to play “Childhood’s End” as an encore.
Brussels Affair is a great release worth having. The mistakes and imperfect performances are exactly the reason why we love and collect bootlegs. It’s much more interesting hearing borderline disasters like this than rote-perfect performances (or the studio recordings for the umpteenth time). It is great to finally see Sigma release something new instead of reissuing their catalogue in “improved” editions.

The Stranglers - 1983-02-20 - Hamburg, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Broadcasting Date:  April 13, 2009
Venue:  Markthalle, Hamburg - Germany
TV - Station:  WDR (Germany)

Lineage: > Cable Digital > Topfield 5200 PVR-c > MPEG Streamclip > DVD Studio Pro > Disc Image

DVD Menu: > Photoshop CS4 Master Collection - Apple's DVD Studio Pro & Apple's Motion
DVD Menu Sound: > Has Animated Menus, Chapter & Stereo Sound
Audio Format: > MP2 MONO, 48 kHz, 192 kbps
Video Format: > MPEG 2
Resolution: > 720 x 576 / PAL / 50 Hz / Color
Frames Per Second: > 25
Aspect Ratio: > 4:3 - 1.33:1 - Full Frame
Artwork Created with: > Adobe Creative Suite 4 Master Collection (Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign CS4)

Disc Information
Dual Layer DVD - 5
Size:  3,71 GB (3.986.180.096 Byte)
Running Time:  01:27:09:16 Minutes
Average Picture Bitrate:  5,626,185 kbps

01. Aural Scupture (Manifesto)
02. Nuclear Device
03. Toiler On The Sea
04. Ships That Pass In The Night
05. It's A Small World
06. Just Like Nothing On Earth
07. No More Heroes
08. Who Wants The World
09. Never Say Goodbye
10. Baroque Bordello
11. Golden Brown
12. Princess Of The Streets
13. Midnight Summer Dream
14. The European Female (In Celebration Of)
15. Tramp
16. The Raven
17. Duchess
18. London Lady
19. Bring On The Nubiles (Cocktail Version)
20. Genetix

Legends - 1997-07-17 - Vitoria, ES (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

"Vitoria 1997"
Gastiez Jazz Festival
Vitoria, Spain

CD-R1 - DSP-EC-510 - SB 6 (Scale 1-6)

Geetarz Lineage:
DSP CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC >

Goody's additional lineage:
foobar2000 (WAV) > Audition (tracking, splits; hard limiting; gaps removed; fades) > TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)

Marcus Miller Bass, Bass Clarinet
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
David Sanborn Alto Saxophone
Joe Sample Keyboards, Piano
Steve Gadd Drums

01. The Peeper
02. In Case You Hadn't Noticed
03. Snakes
04. Third Degree
05. First Song (For Ruth) > Tango Blues
06. Put It Where You Want It
07. Every Day I Have The Blues
08. In A Sentimental Mood >
09. Layla
10. Going Down Slow

Excellent stereo soundboard, although incomplete.

Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion - 2014-09-21 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Cotton Club

Source: Core Sound HEB > mic2496 V2 > PCM D-50 (wav 96KHz/24bit)
Transfer: PCM D-50 > PC > Sound Engine Free > wav(44.1KHz/16bit) > TLH > flac
Edit: volume adjustment, format conversion(wav 96KHz/24bit -> 44.1KHz/16bit), tracking

Ginger Baker (ds)
Pee Wee Ellis (ts)
Alec Dankworth (b)
Abass Dodoo (per)

1st show
01. Introduction
02. Footprints
03. band introduction
04. Twelve And More Blues
05. Ain Temouchant
06. Ginger Spice
07. call for an encore
08. Why?

2nd show
01. Introduction
02. St. Thomas
03. band introduction
04. Cyril Davis
05. Straight No Chaser
06. Aiko Biaye
07. call for an encore
08. Why?

Janis Joplin - 1969-08-30 - Dallas, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundbaord FLAC)

From the German Music-Junkies, Bluesrock division:
BluesOxator(a.k.a. Christian)
Raimax(a.k.a. Rainer)
RoryGallagher(a.k.a. Axel)

sbd > unknown transfer > silver CD > EAC(secure mode, enjoy attached EAC log in German language) > Wav > Flac Frontend(level8) > Flac (> thetradersden > YOU)

File Size: 196MB in all (194MB flac and 2.11MB art)

Artwork added, scanned by myself


Texas International Pop Festival, Dallas, TX, 30th August 1969

Janis: Vocals
& The Kozmic Blues Band
Sam Andrew: Guitar
Brad Campbell: Bass
Richard Kermode: Organ
Luis Gasca: Trumpet
Lonnie Castille: Drums
Snooky Flowers: Baritone Sax, Vocals
Tony Clemens: Tenor Sax

01) Stage Announcement by Wavy Gravy
02) Raise Your Hand
03) As Good As You´ve Been To This World
04) Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)
05) Maybe
06) To Love Somebody
07) Summertime

Length: 37:19min

Iced Earth - 2014-03-23 - Sao Paulo, BR (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Carioca Club, Sao Paulo,
Brazil - "Plagues Of Brazil"

Recorded by MaidenSP (Edirol R-09)
Remastered by The Clansmen.

WAV > Presonus Studio One 2.5 Producer > iZotope RX3 (click cleaner) > iZotope Ozone 5

(Mastering (EQ, Compressor)) > WAV > CDWav > TLH (Flac level 8)

CD 1:
01 - Plagues of Babylon
02 - Apocalypse (segue)
03 - Democide
04 - V
05 - If I Could See You
06 - The Hunter
07 - Burning Times
08 - Red Baron/Blue Max
09 - Blessed Are You
10 - Vengeance Is Mine
11 - Cthulhu
12 - My Own Savior

CD 2:
01 - A Question of Heaven
02 - Encore
03 - The Coming Curse
04 - Dystopia
05 - Watching Over Me
06 - Iced Earth
07 - Outro

Collective Soul - 2014-08-01 - Mankato, MN (DVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Vetter Stone Amphitheater 

Taper/Filmer/Author: Alzeppelin 

Location: DFC 20 feet in front of soundboard 

Video Info: Sony HX-9V 1080p MTS files 

DVD Specs: 720x480 
5900 kbps bitrate 
29 frames per second 
224 kbps 48 khz audio 

DVD Authored in Pinnacle Studio Pro 16 

Inner Ear Monitor and Audience Matrix Audio 

Audio Source 1: Coresound CSB Mics > Tascam DR-2D (16/44) 

Audio Source 2: Dean Roland's Ear Monitor Feed > Sennheiser Stereo Receiver > 
Tascam DR-07 (16/44) 

Audio Transfer: Memory cards > USB > Adobe Audition 3.0 (EQ and normalize levels) > 
Sony Vegas (sync sources) > CDWAV (track splits) > 
Traders Little Helper FLAC Level 8 

01. Intro 
02. This 
03. Are You the Answer 
04. Heavy 
05. Precious Declaration 
06. December 
07. Compliment 
08. Gel 
09. Better Now 
10. Reunion 
11. The World I Know 
12. Confession 
13. Where the River Flows 
14. Hollywood 
15. Drum Solo 
16. Let My Love Open the Door 
17. Banter-Band Intros 
18. Comes Back To You 
19. Shine 
20. Run 

The first of 2 nights taping Collective Soul and the taping Gods were on my side in Mankato. Vetter Stone Amphitheater is a beautiful natural amphitheater located right off the banks of the Minnesota River. There is a pit area directly below the stage and concentric stone terraces surrounding it giving you an awesome almost unobstructed view of the stage (perfect for filming). I arrived at the venue about 5 hours before the show in order to get a great spot for my lawn chair directly in front of the soundboard and virtually dead center facing the stage. 

I sat through the few opening bands and watched the venue fill up so and was worried I would get the dreaded drunk tall guy right in front of me but thankfully he didn't never came. I lucked out and had a group of kids sitting in front of me which gave me a clear shot of the stage over their heads. There is one guy who was sitting in front of me and his head barely sticks out on the bottom of the frame but not that bad. During a few small spots a drunk girl who felt the need to stand up and face the crowd stood up directly in front of me but thankfully I patched these spots with an alternate angle I downloaded off of youtube. 

One interesting part of this show right after Precious Declarationwhen Ed notices security hassling the audience for filming. Before the next song he told security that the audience can film and do whatever they want causing the rest of the band to look at each other in confusion. I have a feeling that open filming is not a common occurance at a Collective Soul show. 

The audio for this show is really nice and one of the better IEM/Audio matrixes I have made. It consists of Dean Roland's ear monitor feed which is stereo and is mixed with my mic audio which also turned out great. He is naturally higher in the mix but thankfully there is no metronome and drum effects which are in the rest of the earfeeds from the band. I'm glad I didn't record Ed Roland's earfeed because he had constant problems with it throughout the night. Right before Run you can see him get totally pissed at his monitor man. You would think these monitor guys would get it right but they seem to be a constant problem with a lot of bands that I see. 

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Led Zeppelin - 1973-05-14 - New Orleans, LA (AUD/SBD/FLAC)

(Audience/Soundboard FLAC)


Led Zeppelin - " The Witch Queen"
( 5-14-73), New Orleans, Louisiana, Municipal Auditorium
Audience + Soundboard Recordings
Lineage: Silvers > EAC > Flac
Label: Tarantura 2000
Original Tapers: Audience Recording: Freezer
Soundboard Recording: N/A

" Municipal Auditorium", New Orleans, Louisiana, ( 5-14-73), Audience Recording With Soundboard Recording Patches

Disc One:

01) Rock And Roll ( Fades In)
02) Celebration Day
03) Black Dog
04) Over The Hills And Far Away
05) Misty Mountain Hop
06) Since I've Been Loving You
07) No Quarter
08) The Song Remains The Same
09) The Rain Song ( Fades Out)
Disc Two:
01) Dazed And Confused ( Fades In, Includes: " San Francisco")
02) Stairway To Heaven
03) Moby Dick ( Fades Out)
Disc Three:
01) Heartbreaker ( Fades In)
02) Whole Lotta Love ( Includes: " Cold Sweat")
03) Communication Breakdown ( Includes: " Cold Sweat", Reprise)

" Municipal Auditorium", New Orleans, Louisiana, ( 5-14-73), Soundboard Recording With Audience Recording Patches
Disc Four:
01) Rock And Roll ( Fades In)
02) Celebration Day
03) Black Dog
04) Over The Hills And Far Away
05) Misty Mountain Hop
06) Since I've Been Loving You
07) No Quarter
08) The Song Remains The Same
09) The Rain Song ( Fades Out)

Disc Five:
01) Dazed And Confused ( Fades In, Includes: " San Francisco")
02) Stairway To Heaven
03) Moby Dick ( Fades Out)

Disc Six:
01) Heartbreaker ( Fades In)
02) Whole Lotta Love ( Includes: " Cold Sweat")
03) Communication Breakdown ( Includes: " Cold Sweat", Reprise)

Review From Underground Uprisng;

The Witch Queen (Tarantura TCD - 60, 61)

New Orleans Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, Louisiana - May 14,1973

Disc 1, audience + soundboard filler: Rock And Roll, Celebration Day, Black Dog, Over The Hills And Far Away, Misty Mountain Hop, Since I've Been Loving You, No

Quarter, The Song Remains The Same, The Rain Song
Disc 2: Dazed And Confused, Stairway To Heaven, Moby Dick
Disc 3: Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown

Disc 4, soundboard + audience filler: Rock And Roll, Celebration Day, Black Dog, Over The Hills And Far Away, Misty Mountain Hop, Since I've Been Loving You, No Quarter, The Song Remains The Same, The Rain Song

Disc 5: Dazed And Confused, Stairway To Heaven, Moby Dick
Disc 6: Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love, Communication Breakdown

Last year, when the audience tape for Led Zeppelin's New Orleans show first circulated, Empress Valley were the first to issue a six cd set on Bourbon Street Renegades last September featuring both the new tape and the old soundboard source that has been circulating for about twenty years. The Witch Queen is the latest release on the Tarantura label and like the previous issue presents the audience and soundboard recordings spread over six discs. It isn't, however, a simple copy and remaster of the Empress Valley. This presents another first generation transfer from the master tapes with Tarantura doing their own work and presents a completely different listening experience. The Empress Valley was clear enough, but did contain noticeable amounts of hiss and sounded dull. The Witch Queen, by contrast, is a dramatic improvement. There is not a trace of hiss in the audience recording and is significantly more clear, powerful and punchy. Speaking personally, I didn't realize how poor the audience tape Empress Valley used until I heard this and was able to compare the two. Further, Empress Valley treats the audience recording as an appendix to the soundboard recording by placing it on the second three discs and presenting it "as is", without filling the cuts with the soundboard source. Tarantura emphasizes the audience by placing it on the first three discs and using the soundboard to fix two holes. The first occurs during "The Rain Song" where the soundboard recordingfades in at 6:59 and runs until about 7:36 with a small cut at 7:21. The second is in "Moby Dick" between 17:59 and 18:59. The fades are very smooth and gentle. The second three cd set contains the soundboard recording and like the Empress Valley release uses the audience recording to fill some of the holes. Both begin with the tuning and approximately the first two minutes of "Rock And Roll" before the soundboard recording fades in. On Bourbon Street Renegades the right channel of the soundboard tape becomes unstable for several seconds, but Tarantura use more of the audience recording to eliminate that flaw. On The Witch Queen, the soundboard is cut at 7:18 in "The Rain Song" and at 18:00 in "Moby Dick" with no filler. The audience recording is used again between for twenty seconds in "Moby Dick" between 19:38 and 19:58 and in "Whole Lotta Love" between 7:28 to 8:03. Empress Valley make the same splices in their version of the soundboard recording but are much more abrupt whereas Tarantura use very smooth fades between the two tape sources. There are more detailed comments about the concert in the review of the Empress Valley release, but generally speaking the upgrade in sound quality with the audience recording vastly improves one's appreciation for the actual performance. For all the years with only the soundboard recording, which makes the mistakes painfully obvious, this was considered a good but not great show in the early part of Zeppelin's biggest tour to date.The first release of the audience recording raised the appreciation higher, but hearing the tape on this release raises it even higher. New Orleans is one of the highlights in the first leg of the ninth tour and this tape is one of only a handful that is truly able to capture Zeppelin's "power, mystery, and the hammer of the gods" aesthetic. The Witch Queen, so named for a comment Plant makes before "Moby Dick", is beautifully packaged. Each of the two three-cd sets come in their unique four fold glossy cardboard gatefold sleeves. Each is adorned with a collage of photographs of the band and medieval woodcuts of witches and covens to fit the theme of the title. The two fit into the box and the cover art is different depending upon the number. LTD#001~050 is the St. Michael cover which is a variation of the famous painting by Raphael. St. Michael's shield, which in the original has the Cross Of St. George, is replaced by the four symbols. LTD#051~100 is the Pan & Nymph cover and finally LTD#101~120 is the Jimmy Page for promo sampler. One the back is an old painting of a baphomet celebrating the black mass to a coven of witches. The people behind Tarantura have an excellent artistic sense and this box set is simply beautiful. Overall, in comparing the Empress Valley with the Tarantura, the latter is a worthy upgrade on all counts: editing, sound quality, and presentation and is worth picking up even if one already owns the earlier release. (Gerard Sparaco May 07)

Magenta - 2011-10-09 - Lydney, UK (AUD/FLAC) by JJ REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Summer's End Festival 

Taped by: SP 
Lineage: download from echoeshub > xACT (sector boundary alignment, checksums) 

Christina Booth - vocals 
Rob Reed - keyboards 
Chris Fry - guitars 
Dan Nelson - bass 
Steve Roberts - drums 

CD 1 
01. Glitterball 
02. Gluttony 
03. I'm Alive 
04. Revolutions 
05. Anger 

CD 2 
01. Guernica 
02. Towers Of Hope 
03. Demons 
04. Metamorphosis 
05. Pride 

Magenta - 2006-06-18 - Poole, UK (AUD/FLAC) by JJ REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Mr Kyps 

Audience (15 feet from centre stage, with 18 inch left/right mic separation) 

Lineage: Stereo Omni Mics (Panasonic WM-61A elements) & battery box (9V) -> JB3 (@48kHz) -> firewire -> HD -> Wavelab5 -> WAV -> Nero6 -> 2xCDR -> EAC -> Flac frontend (level 8) -> Flac -> Dime 

Recorded by: Cuztard Pi 
Transferred & Mastered by: Cuztard Pi 

Title: Live @ Mr Kyps 18th June 2006 

Christina Maria Booth - Vocals 
Rob Reed - Keyboards, Vocals 
Chris Fry - Guitars, Vocals 
Martin Rosser - Guitars, VG8 Guitar-synth 
Allan Mason-Jones - Drums 
Daniel Fry - Bass, Guitars 

CD 1 (66mins) 
01 Intro 
02 King Of The Skies 
03 Gluttony 
04 Envy 
05 Broken 
06 Lust 
- The Home sequence (CD1-07 to CD2-05): 
07 Hurt 
08 Moving On 
09 The Journey 

CD 2 (64mins) 
01 Towers Of Hope 
02 Demons 
03 Morning Sunlight 
04 The Dream 
05 The Visionary 
06 I'm Alive 
07 Pride 

- Encore: 
08 The White Witch- i. Overture 
09 The White Witch- ii. The White Witch 
10 The White Witch- iii. The Plague 
11 The White Witch- iv. Reflection 
12 The White Witch- v. The Spell 

In Performance At The White House - 2012-05-21 - Washington DC (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Burt Bacharach & Hal David:
The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize For Popular Song -
In Performance At The White House
Washington D.C.
The White House - East Room
Taped: May 9, 2012
Aired: May 21, 2012
A star-studded tribute to the songwriting team who penned such classic tunes as "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head," "What The World Needs Now is Love," "Walk on By" and "Alfie." Composer Bacharach and lyricist David's extraordinary collaboration has produced numerous hits and enjoyed a resurgence in popularity, with songs featured in the "Austin Powers" films and an episode of "Glee."

Lineage: HD 1080i Digital Broadcast > Component Cables / S/PDIF Cable > Hauppauge HD-PVR > h.264 .m2ts file @ 13.5mbps/384kbps 6-Channel AC-3 Audio (No encoding of audio) > TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 (Menu, Chapters, Author DVD) > DVD Files

01. Opening
02. I'll Never Fall In Love Again - Sheryl Crow & Lyle Lovett
03. Make It Easy On Yourself - Stevie Wonder & Arturo Sandoval
04. The Look Of Love - Diana Krall
05. Anyone Who Had A Heart - Shelea & Arturo Sandoval
06. What's New Pussycat - Mike Myers
07. A House Is Not A Home - Rumer
08. (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me - Lyle Lovett
09. Walk On By - Sheryl Crow
10. (They Long To Be) Close To You - Michael Feinstein
11. Alfie - Stevie Wonder
12. President Barack Obama
13. Eunice David
14. Burt Bacharach
15. What The World Needs Now Is Love - Burt Bacharach with All Artists
16. Credits

House Band:
Robert Mounsey (Music Director, Piano and Keyboards)
David Mann (Saxophone)
Anthony Kadleck (Trumpet)
Henry Hey (Keyboards)
David Finck (Bass)
Ben Butler (Guitar)'
Bashiri Johnson (Percussion)
Shawn Pelton (Drums)
Fonzi Thornton (Background Vocals)
Vaneese Thomas (Background Vocals)
Jill DellíAbate (Background Vocals)

Format : MPEG-PS
File size : 2.54 GiB
Duration : 56mn 36s
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 6 423 Kbps

ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Format settings, GOP : M=3, N=18
Duration : 56mn 36s
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 5 911 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 8 000 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 16:9
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Top Field First
Compression mode : Lossy
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.571
Stream size : 2.34 GiB (92%)
Color primaries : BT.470-2 System B, BT.470-2 System G
Transfer characteristics : BT.470-2 System B, BT.470-2 System G
Matrix coefficients : BT.470-2 System B, BT.470-2 System G

ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Duration : 56mn 36s
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 384 Kbps
Channel(s) : 6 channels
Channel positions : Front: L C R, Side: L R, LFE
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits
Compression mode : Lossy
Stream size : 155 MiB (6%)

Guns N' Roses - 1991-01-23 - Rio de Janeiro, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Maracana Stadium

Rock in Rio II

01 - Introduction
02 - Pretty Tied Up
03 - Mr. Brownstone
04 - I Was Only Joking
05 - Patience
06 - Nightrain
07 - Godfather Theme
08 - Double Talkin' Jive
09 - Welcome To The Jungle
10 - Only Women Bleed
11 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
12 - Drum Solo
13 - You Could Be Mine
14 - Civil War
15 - Paradise City

Total running time: 1:07:38

Pro-shot multi-cam mix DVD
Lineage: Low generation video sources VIDEO_TS > Pinnacle Studio 14 > VIDEO_TS
video sources used:
-Pre-Mix-Slash’s cam (Will)
-Pre-Mix-Axl's cam (Limulus)
-TV Broadcast (Milton Purple & Jarl)
-MTV Broadcast & MTV's "Hard 'N' Heavy 13" (Limulus)
Video: 720x576, 25fps, 4:3, PAL
Bitrate: 6500kbs
Including chapters and menus.
Transfered, edited & authored by Buda

Audio lineage:
-Original video audio
-"Maracana XPII" 2CD (silvers) > EAC (secure, offset corrected) > Flac > WAV > LPCM

Originally intended as an experiment with the recently appeared two unseen Slash and Axl cams (thanks to "w.axl.rose" at HTGTH) but the also available different broadcasts made it possible to expand it furthermore. Unfortunately not all through; the last four tracks are simple multi-cam versions to make all the available footage complete. Paradise City has a missing chunk of video but audio completes.

Only flaw present on this release is the sound delay of Godfather. At the end of a rather long authoring process and after trying more than a dozen of different settings to render this track as
flawlessly as the rest, the result always came with this 2 minutes long part not in snych due to some unconquerable software malfunction.

Despite this downer, the movie is safe and sound and thanks to the numerous views and stellar performances, a joy to see. You certainly saw and heard it a million times already but probably
have never seen it the way quite like this. - Buda