Thursday, April 30, 2015

Foo Fighters - 2014-10-17 - Chicago, IL (ts pro-shot)


(ts pro-shot)

October 17th, 2014 
The Cubby Bear 
Chicago, IL 

SOURCE (PRO #1b): 
soundboard > unknown 

TRANSFER: 
unknown > tsMuxerGUI > belight > VideoReDo 4.20.7.629 

GENERATION: 
Satellite Feed > Transport Stream [MPEG2/20Mbps/1080i|MP2/384kbps/2.0] 

LENGTH: 
114:39 

01. Up In Arms 
02. Big Me 
03. White Limo 
04. Arlandria 
05. My Hero 
06. Stiff Competition 
07. Cold Day in the Sun 
08. Miss You 
09. Generator 
10. Walk 
11. Learn to Fly 
12. This Is a Call 
13. The Pretender 
14. Best of You 
15. Surf Combat 
16. Weenie Beenie 
17. Surrender 
18. Something From Nothing 
19. Everlong 

Guns n' Roses - 1992-12-02 - Santiago, Cile (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

ISO 4.30GB
Duration: 1Hr:54Min:21Seg.
Format: NTSC
Resolution: 4:3 Fullscreem
Video: 4250 kbps
Audio: AC3 2.0.
Menu: yes

01 - Intro
02 - It's So Easy
03 - Mr. Brownstone
04 - Live And Let Die
05 - Attitude
06 - Double Talkin' Jive
07 - Civil War
08 - Piano Solo
09 - November Rain
10 - Wild Horses
11 - Patience
12 - Bad Obsession
13 - Band Introductions
14 - Drum Solo
15 - You Could Be Mine
16 - Guitar Solo
17 - Godfather Theme
18 - The One (Intro)
19 - Sweet Child O' Mine
20 - Welcome To The Jungle
21 - Only Women Bleed (Intro)
22 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
23 - Don't Cry
24 - Mother (Intro)
25 - Paradise City
26 - Outro

Iron Maiden - 2000-06-10 - Monza, IT (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

Date: 2000-06-10
Venue: Gods of Metal, Stadio Brianteo
City: Monza
Country: Italy

Source : AUD
Quality : 9.5
Time Lenght : 55 min / 55 min
# DVD : 2

01. Intro
02. The Wickerman
03. Ghost of Navigator
04. Brave New World
05. Wrathchild
06. Minutes to Midnight
07. Blood Brothers
08. Sign of the Cross
09. The Mercenary
10. The Trooper
11. Dream of Mirrors
12.The Clansman
13. The Evil That Men Do
14. Fear of the Dark
15. Iron Maiden
16. The Number of the Beast
17. Hallowed Be Thy Name
18. Sanctuary

The Who - 1980-07-10 - Memphis, TN (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

The Who
July 10, 1980
Memphis, Tennessee
Mid-South Coliseum

Pete Townshend: Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey: Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones: Drums
John Bundrick: Piano, Keyboards


Taper: ARH (aka OleManRivers) [Sony ECM-990 mic > Sony TC-D5]
Transfer: Munichhilton [MASTER CASSETTE Sony FeCr90's > JVCTDR441 (azimuth adjusted) > PCM-M10 > WAV > ]
Mastering: JimmyShelter [WAV > iZotope RX4 Advanced > WaveLab 8.5 > WAV > TLH > FLAC]

Disc 1
01 Substitute
02 I Can't Explain
03 Baba O'Riley
04 My Wife
05 Goodbye Sister Disco
06 Behind Blue Eyes
07 Music Must Change
08 Drowned
09 Who Are You
10 5:15

Disc 2
01 Pinball Wizard
02 See Me Feel Me
03 Long Live Rock (cut)
04 My Generation
05 Naked Eye
06 I Can See For Miles
07 Won't Get Fooled Again
08 Young Man Blues
09 The Real Me
10 Dance It Away

[suggested disc split but the files are contiguous and can be split anywhere]


Munichhilton's notes:
Huge thanks to the original taper that night in Memphis ARH [aka OleManRivers] who was very excited to share this long uncirculated recording of the Who with other Who fans. All transferring done with precision and care...then handed over to the talented JimmyShelter for another great mastering job. All artwork included by JimmyShelter and some by Claude...

JimmyShelter's notes:
Mr. Hilton, you are so kind. But as I always say, 'you can't polish a turd', and a good recording and transfer makes the job a whole lot easier.
This came to me as 4 files (4 tape sides), the first one had a few tone & level changes, mostly during Baba O'Riley and My Wife. I have levelled these out as best I could without destroying the integrity of the recording. The rest was pretty even. I used iZotope to check/correct azimuth & phase then WaveLab to adjust levels, very slight EQing, a couple of notch-filters to remove a bit of resonance, and remove a couple of clicks & bumps but not much needed to be done in that respect. TLH was used to fix SBE's, encode to FLAC(6) and create checksum files. I aslo made some artwork and include some made from after8's generic artwork for those who want to use them.

As far as we can tell no recording of this show has been circulated, which often raises the question of authenticity. So I include below a report from thewholive.net which I think will confirm to any doubters that this is what it says it is (listen to Roger before My Wife).

Scorpions - 1999-08-14 - San Bernadino, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Blockbuster Pavilion 

Wlup Fm Dat Master (Flac)

Scorions Blockbuster Pavilion San Bernadino California August-14-1999
Sfx Radio Network Wlup Chicago Fm Broadcast Aired August 20Th 1999
Dat Master From The Krw_Co Collection 

Lineage 
Sfx/Wlup Fm Broadcast Dat Master(48Khz)>Sony Pcm R-500 Dat>Fiber Optic>Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Hd Model #Sb1240 Wav (16/48Khz)>Magix Audio Cleaning Lab For Track Marks Wav 16/48> Tlh Flac (Level 8)

All Ads Have Been Edited Out

Rudolf Schenker guitars vocals
Klaus Meine lead vocals 
Matthias Jabs guitar vocals 
James Kottak drums
Ralph Rieckermann bass vocals

01 Intro/Loving You Sunday Morning
02 Bad Boys Running Wild
03 Mysterious
04 Mind Like A Tree
05 Holiday
06 Winds Of Change
07 The Zoo
08 Big City Nights
09 Blackout
10 No One Like You
11 Still Loving You
12 Rock You Like A Hurricane

DAT MASTER FROM THE KRW_CO COLLECTION 

XTC - 1989-05-15 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)


XTC 
live in Boston and Lynn 
Massachusetts USA 
at WBCN and WFNX studios 
First 1989 US radio stations acoustic tour FM broadcasts 
1989-05-15 
May 15, 1989 
copy of a bootleg CD 
"Kings for a Day" 
2005 transfer and seed by (unknown) 

source, from discogs.com: 
XTC – "Kings For A Day" 
[bootleg, no label] catalog No. RD 010 
France 
released: 1992 
or 
reissue: 
XTC – "Kings For A Day" 
SPQR Records, Germany – 
[bootleg] catalog No. SPQR6CD 
released: 1999 

Lineage
bootleg Cd -> Wav -> Flac -> 2005 seed 

Andy Partridge: vocals, guitar 
Colin Moulding: vocals, guitar 
Dave Gregory: vocals, guitar

WBCN-FM, Boston, Massachusetts, 1989-05-15 [morning] - 33:47 minutes [corrected] 
101 intro/Scarecrow People 4:24 
102 Medley 1 5:50 
- Senses Working Overtime > 
- Grass > 
- Love on a Farmboy's Wages 
103 King for a Day 3:30 
104 interview 5:33 
105 Mayor of Simpleton 3:50 
106 intro 0:40 
107 Medley 2 5:21 
- Great Fire > 
- Dear God > 
- Big Day 
108 outro 4:37 

WFNX-FM, Lynn, Massachusetts, 1989-05-15 [afternoon] - 35:34 minutes [corrected] 
109 intro 3:51 
110 Scarecrow People 4:13 
111 intro 0:34 
112 Medley 1 5:50 
- Senses Working Overtime > 
- Grass > 
- Love on a Farmboy's Wages 
113 intro 1:00 
114 Blue Beret 3:17 
115 intro 1:21 
116 Medley 3 4:59 
- One of the Millions > 
- Pink Thing > 
- Garden of Earthly Delights 
117 intro 0:43 
118 Mayor of Simpleton 3:52 
119 intro 1:35 
120 King for a Day 3:32 
121 outro 0:39 

69:23 minutes

George Harrison - Far East Man (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

George Harrison - Far East Man (1991)
Label : Living Legends Record Nr.0068 Made In Italy

01. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
02. Here Comes the Sun
03. For You Blue
04. Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby
05. Your True Love
06. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise
07. Glad All Over
08. Blue Suede Shoes
09. Rockline Medley: Here Comes the Sun / The Bells of Rhymney / Mr.Tambourine Man / Take Me As I Am
10. That's Alright Mama
11. Let It Be Me
12. Something
13. Every Grain of Sand
14. Awaiting On You All
15. Far East Man
16. Soundstage of Mind
17. Here Comes the Sun
18. Rock Island Live
19. Bye Bye Love

Compilation from different recordings of George Harrison. and various guests - front & back scans of original silver CD release included

Tracks 1, 2 taken from the Prince's Trust Rock Gala, Wembley Arena, London, England, June 5–6, 1987;
George Harrison performing with Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Jeff Lynne, Elton John, Phil Collins and others

Track 3 taken from the afternoon show at the Capital Centre, Landover, MD (Washington, DC), Dec.13, 1974

Tracks 4–8 taken from A Rockabilly Session, Limehouse Television Studios, London, Oct.21, 1985
George Harrison performing with Carl Perkins, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Dave Edmunds & friends

Tracks 9–13 taken from Radio show broadcast, KLOS Studios, Los Angels, CA, Feb.10, 1988
George Harrison performing with Jeff Lynne

Tracks 14, 15 taken from Alan Freeman's Show Rock Around the World, BBC Radio, Oct.18, 1974

Track 16 taken from unidentified live show, 1974

Tracks 17–19 taken from Saturday Night Live, NBC Television Studios, NY, Nov.20, 1976
George Harrison performing with Paul Simon

Led Zeppelin - 1975-03-04 - Dallas, TX (SBD/FLAC) Empress Valley


(Soundboard FLAC)

This is a Empress Valley Supreme Disc release.

Venue; Memorial Auditorium
City/State/Country; Dallas,Texas,U.S.A.
Date; 1975/03/04

Source: Original Silver CD

Lineage: Original silvers>EAC offset corrected, secure mode,test and copy>WAV>FLAC Frontend level 6 with verify>FLAC

Bootleg Title: Chasing The Dragon (Empress Valley Supreme Disc)
File Size:
WAV= 1636 MB
FLAC= 1057 MB

Disc 1
01 - Rock And Roll
02 - Sick Again
03 - Over The Hills And Far Away
04 - In My Time Of Dying
05 - The Song Remains The Same
06 - The Rain Song
07 - Kashmir

Disc 2
01 - No Quarter
02 - Trampled Underfoot
03 - Moby Dick

Disc 3
01 - Dazed & Confused (includes Woodstock)
02 - Stairway To Heaven
03 - Whole Lotta Love/The Crunge
04 - Black Dog
05 - Heartbreaker

Yes - 1994-09-20 - Santiago, CL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

01 Introduction as house lights go down
02 Perpetual change (instrumental)
03 The calling
04 I am waiting
05 Rhythm of love
06 Band jam/hearts
07 Real love
08 Tony Kaye solo
09 Changes
10 Heart of the Sunrise
11 Jon & Trevor jam/Make it easy
12 Owner of a lonely heart
13 Rabin piano solo
14 And you and I
15 I’ve seen all good people
16 Walls
17 Endless dream
18 Love will find a way/Roundabout
19 Purple haze 

Notes:
This is a full DVD rip of the TV master copy of the YES live show in Santiago, Chile 9/20/94. 
Not compressed. 



Led Zeppelin - 1956-1980 - Through The Years (5cd compilation FLAC)

(5cd compilation FLAC)

CD1:
01. Moma Don't Wanna Play (1956 Huw Whelton TV Show - 12 years old J. Page & friends )
02. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You (Olympic Studios' - Sept./Oct. 68)
03. Tribute to Bert Berns (Olympic Studios' - Sept./Oct. 68)
04. As Long as I Have You (Filmore West, San Francisco, 1/9/69)
05. I Gotta Move (Stockholm, Sweden, 14 March 1969)
06. You Shook me (Playhouse Theatre, London, 6/27/69)
07. How Many More Times (Playhouse Theatre, London, 6/27/69)
08. Train Kept a Rollin (International Pop Festival, Dallas 8/31/69)
09. I Can't Quit You Babe (International Pop Festival, Dallas 8/31/69)
10. Communication Breakdown (International Pop Festival, Dallas 8/31/69)

CD2:
01. Heartbreaker (PNE Coliseum, Vancouver 3/21/70)
02. Thank You (PNE Coliseum, Vancouver 3/21/70)
03. We're Gonna Groove (PNE Coliseum, Vancouver 3/21/70)
04. Since I've Been Loving You (PNE Coliseum, Vancouver 3/21/70)
05. Since I've Been Loving You (Vocal Only - July 1970)
06. No Quarter (Headly Grange Studios, Hampshire, UK, Jan 71)
07. Stairway to Heaven (Headly Grange Studios, Hampshire, UK, Jan 71)
08. Whole Lotta Love Medley (Paris Studios, London 3/25/71)
09. Stairway to Heaven (Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, 9/4/71)
10. Celebration Day (Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, 9/4/71)
11. That's the Way (Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, 9/4/71)
12. Going to California (Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, 9/4/71)
13. What is and What Should Never Be (Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, 9/4/71)

CD3:
01. Friends (Bombay, India, March 1972)
02. Four Sticks (Bombay, India, March 1972)
03. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp (Budokan Theatre, Tokyo 10/02/72)
04. Let's Have a Party Medley (Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany, 3/2173)
05. Dancing Days (The Forum, Inglewood, CA 06/03/73)
06. Over the Hills and Far Away (Madison Square Garden, 07/28/73)
07. Misty Mountain Hop Medley (Madison Square Garden, 07/28/73)
08. In My Time of Dying (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, 03/04/75)
09. The Song Remains the Same (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, 03/04/75)
10. Rain Song (Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, 03/04/75)

CD4:
01. Dazed and Confused (Earl's Court, London 05/24/75)
02. No Quarter (Earl's Court, London 05/24/75)
03. Sick Again (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland 04/27/77)
04. Nobody's Fault But Mine (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland 04/27/77)
05. The Battle of Evermore (Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland 04/27/77)

CD5:
01. Ten Years Gone (Knebworth Festival, Hertfordshire, England, 08/04/79)
02. Kashmir (Knebworth Festival, Hertfordshire, England, 08/04/79)
03. White Summer (Zurich, Switzerland, 06/29/80)
04. Black Dog (Eissporthalle, Berlin, 07/07/80 - Last Concert)
05. In the Evening (Eissporthalle, Berlin, 07/07/80 - Last Concert)
06. Trampled Underfoot (Eissporthalle, Berlin, 07/07/80 - Last Concert)
07. Stairway to Heaven (Eissporthalle, Berlin, 07/07/80 - Last Concert)
08. Rock'n'Roll (Eissporthalle, Berlin, 07/07/80 - Last Concert

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Bruce Springsteen - 2000-06-17 - New York City, NY (ALD/AUD/FLAC) Crystal Cat Records



(ALD/AUD FLAC)

Label: Crystal Cat Records Format: 3CD
Catalog #: CC 537/538/539 Source: Audience/ALD
Total Time: 233:52 Sound: ?.?/??
Date: June 17, 2000 Performance: ?.?/??
Location: Madison Square Garden, Overall: ?.?/??
New York City, New York

This Upload will include an infofile, logfile, checksum,
frequency & spectral analysis & parfiles.

Original Crystal Cats -> WAV -> FLAC (level 8, allign border sectors & verify)

Some slight alterations were made to the filenames

Disc 1: (77:04)
01. Intro (1:29)
02. Code Of Silence (4:17)
03. The Ties That Bind (4:05)
04. Two Hearts (4:22)
05. Rendezvous (3:47)
06. Atlantic City (6:35)
07. The River (11:16)
08. American Skin (41 Shots) (8:28)
09. The Promised Land (6:37)
10. Youngstown (5:58)
11. Murder Incorporated (5:59)
12. Badlands (6:35)
13. Out In The Streets (7:36)

Disc 2: (78:31)
01. Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (20:47)
02. E Street Shuffle (6:16)
03. Born In The U.S.A. (5:55)
04. Racing In The Street (9:24)
05. Light Of Day (12:39)
06. Further On Up The Road (3:46)
07. Ramrod (6:40)
08. Spirit In The Night (6:46)
09. Born To Run (6:17)

Disc 3: (78:17)
01. Intro (0:46)
02. Thunder Road (6:36)
03. If I Should Fall Behind (5:54)
04. Land Of Hope And Dreams (10:10)
05. My Hometown (5:26)
06. It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City (4:42)
07. Growin' Up (3:49)
08. Another Thin Line (5:32)
09. Secret Garden (5:42)
10. Incident On 57th Street (10:01)
11. Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street (3:40)
12. Human Touch (8:04)
13. Dead Man Walkin' (3:48)
14. Mary Queen Of Arkansas (4:06)

Notes:
- Disc 3 Track 5 Madison Square Garden 2000-06-15
- Disc 3 Track 6-7 Madison Square Garden 2000-06-20
- Disc 3 Track 8-10 Madison Square Garden 2000-06-22
- Disc 3 Track 11-13 Madison Square Garden 2000-06-23
- Disc 3 Track 14 Madison Square Garden 2000-06-27

Info taken from Brucebase:
http://www.brucebase.shetland.co.uk/gig2000.htm#42

17/06/00 - MADISON SQUARE GARDENS, NY

S/C:- I'M NOT SLEEPING / I'M NOT SLEEPING / I'M NOT SLEEPING / I'M NOT SLEEPING / E ST SHUFFLE

CODE OF SILENCE / THE TIES THAT BIND / TWO HEARTS / RENDEZVOUS / ATLANTIC CITY / THE RIVER / AMERICAN SKIN (41 SHOTS)/
THE PROMISED LAND / YOUNGSTOWN / MURDER INC. / BADLANDS / OUT IN THE STREET / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE OUT / E ST SHUFFLE /
BORN IN THE USA / RACING IN THE STREET / LIGHT OF DAY / FURTHER ON UP THE ROAD / RAMROD / SPIRIT IN THE NIGHT /
BORN TO RUN / THUNDER ROAD / IF I SHOULD FALL BEHIND / LAND OF HOPE AND DREAMS

Audience and ALD tapes. Available on CD "Saturday Night" (CC)

Marillion - 2014-07-19 - St. Goarshausen, DE (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

NOTP Night Of The Prog Festival IX - Day 2
Freilichtbühne Loreley
St. Goarshausen, Germany
July 19, 2014

Source: Audience Zoom H2 Recording
Taped by: SF
Transferred by: SF
Track Setting, Setlist & Re-Work: CF

Sony Mic ECM 717 > Zoom H2 > 16/44 > CD Wave > dbpoweramp > Flac Level 8

Steve Hogarth - Vocals
Steve Rothery - Guitars
Pete Trewavas - Bass
Mark Kelly - Keyboards
Ian Mosley - Drums

01 Gaza
02 Easter
03 Beautiful
04 Power
05 You're Gone
06 Sugar Mice
07 Fantastic Place
08 Man Of A Thousand Faces
09 No One Can
10 Sounds That Can't Be Made
11 Cover My Eyes (Pain And Heaven)
12 Kayleigh
13 Lavender
14 Heart of Lothian
15 Encore Break
16 Neverland

Siouxsie - 2013-06-17 - London, UK (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Royal Festival Hall

Event : Yoko Ono's Meltdown Festival

Taper : Derek Smalls
Equipment : unknown HD video equipment
Type : Audience
Generation : 2nd generation

Lineage; 
DVD+R liberated from eBay > DVD Decrypter > VIDEO.TS 

01. Happy House
02. Tenant
03. Trophy
04. Hybrid
05. Clockface
06. Lunar Camel
07. Christine
08. Desert Kisses
09. Red Light
10. Paradise Place
11. Skin
12. Eve White / Eve Black
13. Israel
14. Arabian Knights
15. Cities In Dust
16. Dear Prudence
17. Loveless
18. Face To Face
19. Careless Love
20. Here Comes That Day
21. Into A Swan
22. Spellbound

Total Running Time : 01:41:24
Size (DVD-5) : 4.01 Gb ( 4 202 466 KBytes )

Tech Specs

Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio: Dolby AC3, 2 channels - stereo 2/0



Bob Dylan - 1978-06-01 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC) Mike Millard first gen via JEMS


(Audience FLAC)

Bob Dylan 
Universal Amphitheatre 
Los Angeles, CA 
June 1, 1978 
Mike Millard first gen via JEMS 
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol. One 

Recording Info: AKG 451E mics (CK-1 capsules) > Nakamichi 550 

JEMS 2014 Transfer: first-generation reel copy (3-3/4 IPS) made by Mike Millard for SG > Otari 5050 mkII azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX3 > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5 (pitch correction) > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (indexed) > xACT 2.2.1 > FLAC 

01 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 
02 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) 
03 You're A Big Girl Now 
04 One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) 
05 Blowin' In The Wind 
06 I Want You 
07 Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power) 
08 Masters Of War 
09 Just Like A Woman 
10 To Ramona 
11 The Man In Me 
12 Band Introduction 
13 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) 
14 Forever Young 
15 The Times They Are A-Changin' 

JEMS is pleased to release the first in a series of recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike the MICrophone, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin in and around LA circa 1975-77. 

The 14 first-generation tapes (ten cassettes and four reels) were sent by Millard to SG, the beloved S in JEMS, in the mid-'80s after the pair had met in person in Orange County on two occasions. To the best of our knowledge, none of the eight shows (spanning the 14 tapes) has ever been attributed as a Millard recording. In fact, there are no extant references we are aware of to Millard ever recording Bob Dylan or Bruce Springsteen, the two artists captured on the tapes. 

Several of the tapes we believe are uncirculated; others may be out there, but not credited as Millard's work. Even those that turn out to be previously circulated (and there is at least one confirmed so far) will be released in this series from verified first-generation tapes made by Millard himself and marked/ notated in his signature manner. As such, we expect all of them to be upgrades at a minimum and new sources in many cases. 

At this point you might be asking yourself, "So if JEMS received these Millard tapes in the mid-'80s, why haven't they circulated previously?" Fair question. And in condensed form, here is the answer, which also provides the "Lost" portion of our series title: 

Twenty-six years ago, Millard sent SG a box of tapes. I remember having it my hands in 1986 at SG's house, right after it arrived in the mail. But that was the last time I ever saw the box. It disappeared. Nearly all of SG's tapes have since been consolidated into the JEMS North archive, but we never found the box of Millard tapes. Over the years, my memory faded of what was in the box. I thought there were Springsteen shows, but that fuzzy notion was all I could recall. 

Now to the "Found": A few months ago, WG, a long-time collector friend of SG, contacted him and said, "I found a box of tapes of yours when I was moving furniture." Sure enough it was the Millard tapes and more. Turns out WG borrowed the tapes and some other SG masters after a Dylan show in 1986 and the box wound up misplaced and forgotten about by both parties, only to be rediscovered 28 years later. 

Once the box was returned, SG sent it to me at JEMS South where we proceeded to make fresh transfers of its contents. 

If there's any mildly disappointing element to this otherwise charming story, it is that none of the lost Millard tapes are of previously uncirculated shows; there are other recordings by other tapers of all of them. But the good news is the quality of most of them is indeed up to Millard's legendary standards. There are some excellent pulls here, and in at least one case, Millard's recording is more complete than the circulating source. 

Our series opens with Dylan's summer residency at the Universal Amphitheatre in June 1978. This recording is of the opening night of the run, but the tape is incomplete. Millard's notes state: "Missed first half of concert. Only recorded from intermission on." 

But what Millard did record is, to my ears, awfully good. I haven't compared it to the two other known recordings (per Lossless Bob) of this show, but it is hard to imagine they could top this. The notes don't confirm Millard's infamous wheelchair taping set up, but they do confirm exactly what microphones were used (AKG 451E with CK-1 capsules) and his familiar Nakamichi 550 recorder. Interestingly, at another show in this run, Millard used a completely different set of gear, but we'll get to that when the time comes. 

Millard's notes (posted in the comments section and included in the torrent) also famously warn the recipient, "This tape has been electronically coded. If this recording is reproduced and falls into the wrong hands I will know where the original source came from. Please do not reproduced (sic) this tape." Sadly, we can't request Millard's permission, given his untimely passing in 1990. But we hope enough time has passed that we can honor his work by sharing it in a manner he could have never dreamed would be possible three decades ago. 

If you'd like to learn more about Mike the MICrophone, the links below fill in some of his story. 

Millard's Wikipedia page 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Millard 

The best article written about Millard has been deleted from the original website but is reprinted here: 
http://www.classicrockforums.com/forum/f6/led-zeppelin-official-thread-6185/index164.html 

Thanks to WG for finding the tapes and to SG for providing JEMS with another fascinating chapter of taping history. 

Here's to Mike the MICrophone and to finding lost tapes. 

BK for JEMS

Philip Glass - 2001-12-06 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

2001-12-06 "Philip Glass Portrait Concert"
Barbican Centre, London, UK

Notes: Conducted by Marin Alsop, performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra; Broadcast on BBC Radio; Disc 1, Tracks 6-8 performed by Jonathan Haas and John Chimes on timpanis

Disc 1
01. Interview with Roger Wright of BBC3
02. Symphony No. 3 - Movement I
03. Symphony No. 3 - Movement II
04. Symphony No. 3 - Movement III
05. Symphony No. 3 - Movement IV
06. Concerto Fantasy For Two Timpanists And Orchestra - Fast
07. Concerto Fantasy For Two Timpanists And Orchestra - Slower
08. Concerto Fantasy For Two Timpanists And Orchestra - Very Fast

Disc 2
01. Interviews by Robert Worby
02. Symphony No. 2 - Movement I
03. Symphony No. 2 - Movement II
04. Symphony No. 2 - Movement III

Santana, Ry Cooder, Miller - 1992-10-10 - Mountain View, Ca (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

"ALL OUR COLORS" benefit

Carlos Santana
Walfredo de los Reyes
Myron Dove
Raul Rekow
Karl Perazzo
Alex Ligertwood
Chester "CT" Thompson
Jorge Santana [on chapters 1 > 3 and 10 > 12]
Ry Cooder [on chapters 6 > 12]
Steve Miller on [on chapters 7 > 12]
Norton Buffalo [on chapters 11 > 12]
Native Americans [on chapters 11 > 12]

01 - Bill Graham pre-recorded Intro > Peace On Earth > Mother Earth >
02 - Somewhere In Heaven
03 - Viva La Vida (Life Is For Living)
04 - Savor >
05 - percussion
06 - Ry Cooder intro > The Healer
07 - Steve Miller intro
08 - All Your Love [Steve Miller vocals]
09 - Sacred Fire [later this track was called Harmonious Convergence]
10 - Why Can't We Live Together? >
11 - Exodus >
12 - final thanks / performers and Native Americans exit stage
13 - end

First transfer [July, 2009]: 1st gen. VHS tape from in-house pro-shot source > Sony WV-DR7 > Sony DVMC-DA2 Media Converter > Apple Macintosh Final Cut Pro (minor "nip and tuck" edits, filter to replace bottom of screen "head switch jitter" with black and chaptering) > Compressor > DVD Studio Pro (menu and authoring) > VIDEO_TS file set.

Primary audio source: unknown lineage SBD from Flac Dime torrent > Pro Tools (sync to video audio source, manual static cleanup with some short splices of audio track from the VHS tape and normalization). Audio placed back into Final Cut Pro before Compressor down-sampling.

Video: NTSC 720x480 VBR 7.7 Mbps peak, 6.2 Mbps average data rate, 2-pass.

Audio: Dolby Digital 2/0 (L,R), 48 kHz sample rate, 448 kbps data rate .

info about this show from a web search:
"This two day concert was a benefit for the Traditional Circle Of Elders and Youth and was in 'celebration' of 500 years of resistance the native folks have been living since Columbus landed on our continent in 1492."

The two VHS tapes that I have are all from just one of the two days, and also contains the full set by
- Mickey Hart and Friends (54:06)

plus partial sets by:
- John Trudell (36:39)
- John Lee Hooker and Ry Cooder (25:23)
- Steve Miller Band with Norton Buffalo (14:40)




The Rolling Stones - 1995-02-16 - Buenos Aires, ARG (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

tittle : voodoo in buenos aires 
recorded live at estadio river plate, buenos aires , argentina, february 16, 1995 

excelent pro shot recording 
+ bonus 
no artwork : sorry (any help? ) 
the argentinian crowd, as usually, the best one 

lineage : 
dvdr's - dvd deripter - torrent - you 

G-spot analisis 
video codec : MPEG2 
audio codec : AC3 
audio bitrate : 256 kb/s - stereo 
video resolution : 720x576 
frame rate : 25000 
bitrate : dvd 1 - 4692 kbp/s / dvd 2 - 4000 kbp/s 
format : PAL 
aspect : 4:3 

disc 1 (broadcasted songs) 
01 - Intro 
02 - Not Fade Away 
03 - Tumbling Dice 
04 - You Got Me Rocking 
05 - It'S All Over Now 
06 - Sparks Will Fly 
07 - Satisfaction 
08 - Out Of Tears 
09 - Angie 
10 - Rock And A Hard Place 
11 - Midnight Rambler 
12 - I Go Wild 
13 - Miss You 
14 - Introductions 
15 - Honky Tonk Women 
16 - Sleeping Away 
17 - Sympathy For The Devil 
18 - Street Fighting Man 
19 - Start Me Up 
20 - It'S Only Rock'N'Roll 
21 - Brown Sugar

disc 2 
01 - jumping jack flash 

bonus 
(not broadcasted songs) 
02 - live with me 
03 - before they make me run 
04 - monkey man 

european premiere 
05 - footage from eurpean tour 95' 

Frank Zappa - 1975-10-01 - Vancouver, BC (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

From FZShows:
1-Oct 1975, War Memorial Gym, Vancouver, BC, Canada
116 min, Aud, A-/B+
93 min,SBD, A/A-
The SBD ends in the middle of Zoot Allures.
Intro, Apostrophe ('), Duke Of Prunes, Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?, The Illinois Enema Bandit, Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy, Lonely Little Girl, Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance, What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?, Chunga's Revenge, Swallow My Pride, Any Downers (incl Canadian Customs Routine), T'Mershi Duween, Zoot Allures, Sleep Napkins/Black Napkins, Advance Romance, I'm The Slime

Original lineage from Yojimbo seed:
Lineage: Very low ("probably 2nd") gen SBD tape->CDR->EAC->SoundForge (pitch correction, normalizing, editing, patching in fill, tracking)->FLAC Frontend
Lineage fill: 2nd gen Aud tape->HD (noise-reduction)->CDR->EAC->SoundForge (pitch correction, level adjustment)

Added info from zachy "patch" seed (tracks 15-17):
This comes from two sources--
SBD: Yojimbo -- Very low ("probably 2nd") gen SBD tape->CDR->EAC->SoundForge (pitch correction, normalizing, editing, patching in fill, tracking)->FLAC Frontend
AUD: the part C: Yojimbo 1st generation RAW - tape noise from WIU2B's seed

01 intro
02 Apostrophe
03 Duke Of Prunes
04 Honey Don't You Want A Man Like Me?
05 The Illinois Enema Bandit
06 Carolina Hardcore Ecstasy
07 Lonely Little Girl
08 Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance
09 What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body?
10 Chunga's Revenge
11 Swallow My Pride
12 Any Downers?
13 Canadian Customs Routine
14 T'Mershi Duween
15 Zoot Allures
16 Sleep Dirt
17 Black Napkins
18 Advance Romance
19 I'm The Slime

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

New links on GUITARS101 on 29/04/2015


Bob Dylan - 1991-10-30 - Tulsa, OK (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-10-28 - Oakland, CA (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-10-29 - Oakland, CA (AUD-FLAC)
Bob Dylan - 2014-10-30 - Oakland, CA (AUD-FLAC)
Fleetwood Mac - 1975-05-03 - Passaic, NJ (FM-FLAC)
Iron Maiden - 2000-09-10 - Irvine, CA (AUD-FLAC)
Jaco Pastorius - 1982-06-27 - New York City, NY (FM-FLAC)
Led Zeppelin - 1971-01-xx - Headley Grange (STU-FLAC)
Miles Davis - 1969-06-21/29 - Brooklyn, NY (AUD-FLAC)
Ray Charles - 1999-05-26 - Glasgow, Scotland (FM-FLAC)
Robin Trower - 2014-10-31 - Jim Thorpe, PA (AUD-FLAC)
Roger Waters - 2011-03-30 - Barcelona, Spain (AudFLAC)

Joe Jackson - 1979-05-14 - San Francisco, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA
May 15th 1979
Late Show

1. One More Time
2. Pretty Girls
3. Look Sharp!
4. Friday
5. Sunday Papers
6. Baby Stick Around
7. Is She Really Going Out with Him
8. Fools in Love
9. Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
10. Kinda Cute
11. Happy Loving Couples
12. I'm the Man
13. Throw It Away
14. Got the Time

Encores:
15. Pressure Drop
16. Ain't That a Shame

Lineage:
Probably Pre-FM, recorded on unknown equipment > CDR Trade > EAC > Audacity > Trader’s Little Helper >FLAC Level

This show as broadcast on KSAN, but I also know that there was a Pre-FM recording circulating of this show (as well as the un-broadcast early show) and I think that this may be sourced from that.

Morrissey - 1991-07-20 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Wembley Arena, London, UK, 20th of July 1991 ("London 1991" Silver CD Bootleg)

01. Interesting Drug
02. The Last Of The Famous International Playboys
03. Piccadilly Palare
04. Trash
05. Sing Your Life
06. King Leer
07. Asian Rut
08. Pregnant For The Last Time
09. Mute Witness
10. Everyday Is Like Sunday
11. November Spawned A Monster
12. Will Never Marry
13. There's A Place In Hell For Me And My Friends
14. That's Entertainment
15. Our Frank
16. Suedehead
17. Angel, Angel, Down We Go Together
18. Yes I Am Blind
19. Disappointed

The Notting Hillbillies - 1990-04-10 - Eastbourne, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, UK, 10th April 1990.

DISC ONE:
1. Down the road apiece
2. Let's have some fun tonight
3. One way gal
4. When it comes to you
5. Running on down this road
6. Your own sweet way
7. Run me down
8. Please baby
9. Water of love
10. Hobo's lullaby
11. When you've got a good friend
12. Steelrail blues
13. One woman man
14. That's alright mama

DISC TWO:
1. Blues stay away from me
2. Tennesse blues
3. Railroad worksong
4. I think I love you too much
5. Bewildered
6. Will you miss me
7. Fixing to die
8. Rainy rainy day
9. Setting me up
10. Mystery train
11. Why worry

DISC THREE:
1. Shake rattle and roll
2. Feel like going home
3. Next time I'm in town

Additional comments:
Average audience recording featuring the complete concert from Eastbourne 1990. Available on three CD-R's.

Iron Maiden - 1981-10-29 - Padova, IT (SBD/APE)



(Soundboard APE)

Palasport

Source : AUD?
Version: 1
Format: APE

01. Sanctuary (3:09)
02. Purgatory (3:36)
03. Wrathchild (3:15)
04. Twilight Zone (2:41)
05. Remember Tomorrow (5:51)
06. Genghis Khan (2:59)
07. Killers (5:04)
08. Another Life (5:53)
09. Innocent Exile (3:57)
10. Running Free (2:46)
11. Murders In The Rue Morgue (5:09)
12. Phantom Of The Opera (7:06)
13. Iron Maiden (5:33)
14. Transylvania (3:41)
15. Drifter (7:57)
16. Prowler (3:48)

It´s one of those Bruce´s Warm Up with Iron Maiden concerts in Italy.
I indeed think it´s a SBD record. If you pay attention to Bruce´s voice which it´s quite clear and almost no 'reverb', You´ll wind up agreeing with me.

James Marshall Hendrix - Before...With Curtis Knight Live 1965 vol.1 (VAR/FLAC)


(Various FLAC)

source : vinyl

Live recordings

Curtis Knight & the Squires (aka the Lovelights)

The George's Club, Hackensack, New Jersey, 26 December 1965

01 - On The Killing Floor
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

02 - Driving South
composer: Jimi Hendrix
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

03 - Hang On Sloopy
composer: Bert Russell (Bert Berns), Wes Farrell
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

04 - Hold On To What You've Got
(Hold What You've Got)
composer: Joe Tex
vocals: Curtis Knight
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

05 - I'll Be Doggone
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

06 - I'm a Man
composer: Ellas McDaniel aka Bo Diddley
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

07 - Twist and Shout
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

08 - Walking the Dog
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

09 - What'd I Say
10 - What'd I Say (short)
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
harmony vocals: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

11 - Wolly Bully
composer: Domingo Samudio
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
2nd guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

12 - Bright Light, Big City
composer: Jimmy Reed
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown overdub?
bass: overdub?
drums: overdub?

13 - Day Tripper
composers: John Lennon, Paul McCartney
vocals: Curtis Knight & Jimi Hendrix
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

14 - Just a Little Bit
vocals: Curtis Knight
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

15 - Land of Thousand Dances
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

16 - Satisfaction
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar???: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

17 - Stand By Me
vocals: Curtis Knight
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

18 - Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch
(I Can't Help Myself)
composers: Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

19 - You Got What It Takes
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

James Marshall Hendrix - Before...With Curtis Knight Live 1965 vol.2 (VAR/FLAC)


(Various FLAC)

James Marshall Hendrix - Before...With Curtis Knight Live 1965 vol.2
source : vinyl

Live recordings

Curtis Knight & the Squires (aka the Lovelights)

The George's Club, Hackensack, New Jersey, 26 December 1965

01 - Ain't That Peculiar
composers: William "Smokey" Robinson, Marvin Tarplin, Robert Rogers, Warren Moore
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: unknown
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

02 - Bleeding Heart
composer: Elmore James
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

03 - Bo Diddley
composer: Ellas McDaniel aka Bo Diddley
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

04 - California Night
composer: Albert King
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

05 - Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go
06 - Mercy Mercy
composer: Don Covay, Horace Ott or Ronald Miller
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: Jimi Hendrix
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

07 - Money
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

08 - Something You've Got
(Something You Got)
composer: Chris Kenner
vocals: Curtis Knight
harmony vocals: unknown
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

09 - Sweet Little Angel
vocals: Curtis Knight
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

10 - You Got Me Running
(You Got What It Takes)
vocals: Curtis Knight
tambourine: Curtis Knight?
harmony vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

11 - Come On
composer: Earl King
vocals: Jimi Hendrix & unknown
tambourine: Ace Hall
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: Curtis Knight?
bass: Harry Jensen
drums: George (surname?)

12 - Get Out of My Life Woman
composer: Allen Toussaint
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

13 - Last Night
(studio)
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

14 - Nobody Loves Me
(california night no overdub)
composer: Albert King
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown

Winter 1965

15 - Mr Pitiful
vocals: Lonnie Youngblood
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

16 - Killing Floor
vocals: Jimi Hendrix
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

17 - There is Something on Your Mind
composer: ("Big Jay" Cecil James McNeely)
vocals: Curtis Knight
lead guitar: Jimi Hendrix
rhythm guitar: unknown
bass: unknown
drums: unknown
sax: Lonnie Youngblood

Jeff Beck - 1968-11-16 - Miami Beach, FL (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Jeff Beck Group
1968-11-16 Miami Beach, Florida Thee Image Club (M?-AUD ~ remaster)
18330 Collins Avenue

~*~ "Miami '68" boot CD source THEN carefully remastered fixing MANY problems without EQ ~*~

Set One :::
01. Let Me Love You
02. I Can´t Hold out
03. Jeff´s Boogie
04. Sweet Little Angel
05. Shapes Of Things
06. Hi Ho Silver Lining

Set Two :::
07. Beck´s Bolero
08. Rock My Plimsoul
09. Oh Pretty Woman
10. Morning Dew
11. Rice Pudding
12. Sun Is Shining
13. I Ain´t Superstitious

Total Time ::: 73:16

::: VERY fine, stereo, up-close AUD (especially for its vintage). Check samples for predilection predictions or to rev yr engines.
::: Warts: NOT MANY! Some lite broad spectrum hiss in right channel. Some light overturation distortion on extremely loud passages but nothing serious! Fixed dropouts & dullspots but likely missed a few. Deleted micro-gaps between songs. The last 3rd of master tape was clearly in better condition. Lowered some loud clapping between trax. Channels were SERIOUSLY out of phase/alignment (mike spread?) & very different info in channels but was adjusted at ~2 minute intervals & sounds WAY better - without killing the wonderful stereo recording but simply correcting the enormous delay between channels.
::: COMPARISON CLAUSE ::: This is a 2014 NEWLY REMASTERED version of the "Miami '68" boot CD DIMED twice before (moretoonz '08-6 months on tracker 440 d/l's & cakeface 18 months 387 d'l's. Part of it was also included in the upload "Like A Hurricane Primsoul - Live Archives 1968-1969". Nothing on the tracker as I upload this.
::: #11 "Rice Pudding" (an instrumental) is introduced here as "Mother's Old Rice Pudding" & as being played for the first time.
::: Touring to promote the new "Truth" album, which had only been released in August (tho' it'd been in the works for long time!).
::: re-BT-AUD in the folder/song titles is short for remastered-bootleg source-audience
::: No artwork included as some of the photos used could be considered proprietary, sorry. Seek & ye shall find.

Recording Information ::: unknown stereo recording equipment -> master stereo AUD tape (probably reel) -> ? -> "Miami '68" boot CD ripped with EAC -> wavs/flacs/DIME d/l.

Remastering 2013-05-xx ::: flacs -> Trader's Little Helper -> wavs -> Audacity (normalisation to remove DC offset, channel/phase alignment, fades, manual one-at-a-time glitch / dropout / bump / pop / click / dullspot repairs, volume adjustments, speed fixes, single passes for affected areas, NO equalisation) -> CD Wave (track splits) -> flacs (Trader's Little Helper) -> yr ears. First uploaded week of 2014-05-16.

Line-up ::: Geoffrey Arnold "Jeff" Beck - electric guitar // Roderick David "Rod The Mod" Stewart - vocals // Ronald David "Ronnie" Wood - electric bass // Michael "Micky" Waller - drums.

Nothing here ever commercially released to my knowledge. If I'm wrong, please advise & I'll take the offending trax offline.

CoolSonics 021 ::: Thanks to the original uploaders! ::: This one goes out to The Florida Kid for all he's shared with us. ::: Corrections welcome ::: Cool freaking recording & now is some much healthier ear fodder. Some sources note this as SBD but tis clearly an AUD (but quite hi-fi for its vintage & the probably volume of the band). If in doubt about AUD source, go to the break before the end of "Rock My Plimsoul" & you can hear the taper laughing. The extreme stereo mike placement (left mike more at stage or vocal PA, left channel captures more audience) is quite interesting. Perhaps this should be considered a "not-for-purists remaster", as I did a much more volume tinkering than I normally do. The original had problems, but I was fairly agressive here to really improve the sound - in my opinion, for my ears. In fact, it was an important part of the equation after the very extreme channel phase correction. Almost certainly from a reel-to-reel master source originally with possibly 1 or 2 reel generations (doubtful there were any cassette generations).

I learned a lot about this band thru this tape. Ron Wood playing bass with a real rhythm guitar sound in some songs. I did some reading about Ron on a bass player forum while researching the keys for some songs & one thing they really respect about him is he rarely played something the same way twice. While the quality on this recording is stunning overall, I would say this is not the absolute best Jeff Beck Group performance of the era. They make some mistakes & some of the performances don't gel or are not as explosive as others around of the same vintage. "Jeff´s Boogie" is a bit scattered. The band seems a bit put off by how unresponsive & quiet the audience is. One comment from the band is that it's like playing in a library. HOWEVER... Jeff's making a LOT of strange, experimental guitar noises, seemingly more than usual, though I suspect they are just much more noticeable here than other shows due to the clear sound. I would say this rates near the very top of the "must-hear" JBG shows of '68/69, as it is so painless to listen to & so possible to discern what's going on. Many of the other recordings I have (the Tea Party comes to mind right away) are so distorted, that it is quite hard to get a clear picture of the experience. This is a very cool recording, the Jeff Beck Group in 1968, live, with Rod & Ron & the quality MORE than makes up for ANY lack of performance intensity in my opinion, and, even on a bad day, the smoke was risin' off the stage.

I had gotten this recording some time back, but recently saw it making the rounds again, but with the notes altered to claim it as a soundboard, which it is (clearly) not. However, it is a wonderful recording.... Anyway, seeing it again, I remembered being puzzled a few years ago why it all sounds like it was coming out of one channel. Well, it was partly the volume imbalance but mostly it was EXTREME phase offset between the two stereo channels. I think one of the mikes was pointing in such a way there was a huge timing difference for when the sound reached the mike compared to the other mike (layman's terms). So, I decided to give it some remastering effort. There was an INCREDIBLE improvement right away. the inital phase correction was 38 cents! Then it had to be adjusted throughout the recording.likey from mike motion. Another thing that really worked for me was the speed correction in the first set, which, tho' not dramatically changed, brought Rod's voice to a more familiar sounding timbre. Do hope you like it. Enjoy. Knees.

Alice In Chains - 1993-03-02 - Glasgow, UK (Pre-FM/FLAC)



(Pre-FM FLAC)

Barrowlands

Source: Pre-FM > DAT > CDR ('Bad Dream' bootleg) > EAC > SHN > FLAC

01.Dam That River
02.We Die Young
03.Them Bones
04.Would?
05.Rooster
06.Junkhead
07.Bleed The Freak
08.Godsmack
09.Sickman
10.It Ain't Like That
11.Hate To Feel