Monday, August 21, 2017

Whitesnake - 1983-03-19 - Ludwigshafen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

German TV

TVRip
DVD Video
MPEG2
AC3
PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
AC3, 2/0 ch, 256Kbps, Delay -9 mSec

David Coverdale - vocals
Jon Lord - organ
Cozy Powell - drums
Micky Moody – guitar, vocal
Colin "Bomber" Hodgkinson - bass
Mel Galley – guitar, vocal

01. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
02. Rough And Ready
03. Ready And Willing
04. Don’t Break My Heart Again
05. Here I Go Again
06. Love Hunter
07. Crying In The Rain
08. Soldier Of Fortune
09. Organ Solo
10. Drum Solo
11. Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
12. Fool For Your Loving
13. Slow Blues
14. Wine, Women And Song

84 min

The composition of the team is the same as that performed in Donington in August 1983. At that time, retired from Marsden was replaced by Mel Gally (ex- "Trapeze"), and Ian Pace - Cosie Powell. Last year Mikey Moody appeared in the band, then left again for the second time. The concert is replete with well-known hits of "WHITESNAKE" of that time, as well as solos of all instrumental team members. The picture quality is good enough for its time. The recording compares favorably with the concert of the same year and the same composition in Donington by significantly better picture quality, extended track list (repertoire) and duration. (Concert in Donington is, as you know, a banal video cassette rip of low quality). I wish all true admirers of David Caverdale and "WHITESNAKE" a worthy replenishment of the collection and pleasant viewing! 

Paul McCartney - 1990-07-24 - Foxboro, MA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Flowers in the dirt World Tour 1989-1990

Sullivan Stadium

Lineage:
CDr>Wav>Flac

Incomplete recording

CD1
01 Figure of eight
02 Jet
03 Got to get you into my life
04 Rough ride
05 Band on the run
06 Birthday
07 We got married
08 Let ´em in
09 The long and winding road

CD2
01 The fool on the hill
02 Sgt. Pepper´s lonely hearts club band
03 Good day sunshine
04 Can´t buy me love
05 Put it there
06 Things we said today
07 Eleanor Rigby
08 This one
09 My brave face
10 Back in the USSR

Helloween - 1988-10-29 - Winterthur, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage unknown
Source : Trade => EAC

01 Dr. Stein
02 March of Time
03 Future World
04 We Got the Right
05 Rise and Fall
06 A Tale That Wasn't Right
07 Halloween
08 Follow the Sign
09 Keeper of the Seven Keys
10 I'm Alive
11 Livin' Ain't No Crime
12 I Want Out
13 How Many Tears

Notes
A very great show from 1988, with a very clear sound, a great setlist, and Kiske at the top of his game.

Helloween - 1986-06-07 - Gelsenkirchen, DE (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Sportparadies

01. Intro
02. Ride The Sky
03. Gorgar
04. Victim Of Fate
05. Reptile
06. Judas
07. Guardians
08. Heavy Metal (Is The Law)
09. Metal Invaders

New links on guitars101 on 20/08/2017



Foghat - 1994-10-21 - Hollywood, CA (FM/FLAC)
Gary Moore - 1986-06-21 - Mannheim, DE (FM/FLAC)
Iron Maiden - 1982-03-01 - Bradford, UK (AUD/FLAC)
Jack Bruce - 2013-04-06 - St Albans, UK (AUD/FLAC)
Joe Walsh - 1983-09-24 - Irvine, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)
John Cipollina - 1975-04-17 - Mill Valley, CA (STU/FLAC)
John Corabi - 2015-01-01 - Richmond, IN (SBD/FLAC)
Peter Tosh - 1979-03-14 - Washington DC (FM/FLAC)
R.E.M. - 1985-10-18 - Mannheim, DE (AUD/MTX/FLAC)
Roy Orbison - 1988-04-10 - San Carlos, CA (AUD/FLAC)
The Moody Blues - 1974-01-30 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Norah Jones - 2012-04-18 - Cologne, DE (DVDfull pro-shot) by REQUEST


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Rockpalast 2012

SATRip
DVD video - track menu
MPEG2
AC3
PAL 16:9 (720x576) VBR, Auto Pan&Scan 25.00fps, Average Bitrate (est.): 5042 Kb/s
Dolby AC3 48000Hz 224Kbps
Digital Satellite > SkyStar2 > raw data to HDD > TMPGEnc DVD Author > VIDEO_TS

Norah Jones - vocals, piano, wurlizer, guitar
Jason Roberts - guitar, backing vocals
Josh Lattanzi - bass, backing vocals
Pete Remm - keyboards
Greg Wieczorek - drums, backing vocals

01. Good Morning
02. Say Goodbye
03. Little Broken Hearts
04. She's 22
05. Take It Back
06. After The Fall
07. 4 Broken Hearts
08. Travelin' On
09. Out On The Road
10. Happy Pills
11. Miriam
12. All A Dream
13. Don't Know Why
14. Sunrise
15. It's Gonna Be
16. Come Away With Me
17. Stuck

01:09:51



Norah Jones - 2012-04-18 - Cologne, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Source: WDR 2 (German Radio)

Lineage:
Digital Receiver > Tascam DA20 > Pioneer PD-R 509 -> Apple Powerbook G4 -> Flacer 1.1

Norah Jones - vocals, piano, guitar
Jason Roberts - guitar, backing vocals
Josh Lattanzi - bass, backing vocals
Pete Remm - keyboards, piano
Greg Wieczorek - drums, backing vocals

01 - Introduction
02 - Good Morning
03 - Say Goodbye
04 - Little Broken Hearts
05 - She's 22
06 - Take It Back
07 - After The Fall
08 - 4 Broken Hearts
09 - Travelin' On
10 - Out On The Road
11 - Happy Pills
12 - Miriam
13 - All A Dream
14 - Don't Know Why
15 - Sunrise
16 - It's Gonna Be
17 - Come Away With Me
18 - Stuck

TRT: 70 min

Led Zeppelin - Deus Ex Machina (Extremely LTD Edition 14 CD)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Led Zeppelin
1975-03-17 and 1975-03-21
Seattle, WA
Seattle Center Coliseum

Deus Ex Machina (14 CD version)
EVSD 993-1006
July 2017 release

Ripped from my original silver CDs. Enjoy!

1975-03-17 Soundboard Master
EVSD 993-995

0101 Rock And Roll
0102 Sick Again
0103 Over The Hills And Far Away
0104 In My Time Of Dying
0105 The Song Remains The Same
0106 The Rain Song
0107 Kashmir
0201 No Quarter
0202 Trampled Underfoot
0203 Moby Dick
0301 Dazed And Confused
0302 Stairway To Heaven
0303 Whole Lotta Love
0304 Black Dog


1975-03-17 Audience Master
EVSD 996-998

0401 Rock And Roll
0402 Sick Again
0403 Over The Hills And Far Away
0404 In My Time Of Dying
0405 The Song Remains The Same
0406 The Rain Song
0407 Kashmir
0501 No Quarter
0502 Trampled Underfoot
0503 Moby Dick
0601 Dazed And Confused
0602 Stairway To Heaven
0603 Whole Lotta Love
0604 Black Dog


1975-03-21 Soundboard Master
EVSD 999-1002

0701 Rock And Roll
0702 Sick Again
0703 Over The Hills And Far Away
0704 In My Time Of Dying
0705 The Song Remains The Same
0706 The Rain Song
0707 Kashmir
0801 No Quarter
0802 Since I've Been Loving You
0803 Trampled Underfoot
0901 Moby Dick
0902 Dazed And Confused
1001 Stairway To Heaven
1002 Whole Lotta Love
1003 Black Dog
1004 Communication Breakdown
1005 Heartbreaker


1975-03-21 Audience Master
EVSD 1003-1006

1101 Introduction
1102 Rock And Roll
1103 Sick Again
1104 Over The Hills And Far Away
1105 In My Time Of Dying
1106 The Song Remains The Same
1107 The Rain Song
1108 Kashmir
1201 No Quarter
1202 Since I've Been Loving You
1203 Trampled Underfoot
1301 Moby Dick
1302 Dazed And Confused
1401 Stairway To Heaven
1402 Whole Lotta Love
1403 Black Dog
1404 Communication Breakdown
1405 Heartbreaker

Info, artwork, md5 and ffp checksums included.

The Beatles - The Ultimate Live Beatles Collection (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Coltturkey

Here is my idea of an upgrade of the Great Purple Chick Live Chronicle Series. So many years are gone since them and many new upgrades are coming to light. Fab Production had done an good upgrade, but the Fab Collection are a few years from now and we have find more at the time.

Volume 01 - Scream As Loud As You Can - July 1957 - October 1963
Volume 02 - The rest of you just rattle your jewellery November - November 1963 - December 1963
Volume 03 - Have Some Fun Tonight - January 1964 - February 1964
Volume 04 - Shut up! Paulie's Talking - February 1964
Volume 05 - A Midsummer Night's Dream - April 1964
Volume 06 - Best wishes, Jimmy Nichol – June 1964
Volume 07 - Back With Us Now, Ringo - June 1964
Volume 08 - In The Eye of the Hurricane - June 1964 - August 1964
Volume 09 - Great To Have You With Us - August 1964 [REMOVED - INCLUDES HOLLYWOOD BOWL]
Volume 10 - Stamp Out Detroit - September 1964
Volume 11 - Baby's in Blackpool - September 1964 - April 1965
Volume 12 - Et Maintenant, Une Chanson - June 1965
Volume 13 - Opportunity Knocks - June 1965 - July 1965
Volume 14 - Can You Hear Me. - August 1965
Volume 15 - Howdy Y'all! - August 1965
Volume 16 - Thank You Very Much For Coming - August 1965
Volume 17 - Reelin' And Rockin' - August 1965 [REMOVED - INCLUDES HOLLYWOOD BOWL]
Volume 18 - Mach Schau - June 1966
Volume 19 - Big In Japan - June - July 1966
Volume 20 - More Popular Than Jesus - August 1966
Volume 21 - Here Come The Beatles - August 1966
Volume 22 - Don't Make it Bad
Volume 23 - I hope we've passed the audition
Volume 24 - Live At the Madison Square Garden
ZU LAUT SPECIAL EDITION STEREO

Johnny Winter - 1987-02-09 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Johnny WINTER (and Dr John as guest), 
Paris-Fr Olympia 
9 february 1987, 
complete broadcast, 
great FM master 

RTL radio broadcasted this in 2 sessions (50 mns + 16 mns) recorded on cassettes. 
Tapes on Marantz SD4051 deck- Zoom H4 - SD card to PC - Audacity (volume, tracks) - FLAC 8 (TLH). 

01 Highway 61 
02 Dr John introduction - Walking On Gilded Splinters 
03 Sick And Tired 
04 Third Degree 
05 Bony Moronie 
06 Let The Good Times Roll 
07 Lonely Nights 
08 Johnny B Good 
09 Audience 
10 It's All Over Now 

No DJ comments. 
Partial show, complete broadcast. 

Highwaymen - 1993-04-15 - Battle Creek, MI (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Here is a high quality show for you. Until now this recording has circulated only on a limited basis, so it should be new to most of you. If you like the Highwaymen, make sure you download this one!

Highwaymen (Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson)
Venue: Kellogg Center
Location: Battle Creek, Michigan
Date: April 15, 1993
Incomplete soundboard recording (1 1/2 song missing)

Lineage: DAT Master (recorded at 44.1 kHz)/Sony DAT recorder/NAD CD recorder/EAC/Pro Tools LE (for editing the 1-track CD)

CD 1
1. Mystery Train (Instrumental intro)
2. Highwayman
3. Mamas, Don’t Let You Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys
4. Good Hearted Woman
5. Nobody Knows I’m Elvis
6. There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang
7. Folsom Prison Blues
8. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
9. Help Me Make It Through the Night
10. Sunday Morning Coming Down
11. Ring of Fire
12. Valentine
13. Best of All Possible Worlds
14. Desperados Waiting for a Train
15. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
16. Angels Flying Too Close to the Ground
17. Me and Bobby McGee
18. Amanda
19. Get Rhythm
20. Shipwrecked in the Eighties
21. Still is Still Moving

CD2
1. Good Love
2. Always on My Mind
3. (Ghost) Riders in the Sky
4. Long Black Veil
5. I’ve Always Been Crazy
6. Graceland
7. When It All Comes Down
8. Ragged Old Flag
9. Dreamin’ My Dreams
10. Crazy
11. Yabba Dabba Doo
12. Big River
13. Orange Blossom Special
14. Why Me
15. Luchenbach, Texas (incomplete)
(16). On the Road Again (missing)

Eric Clapton & Otis Rush - Get Plugged In! Montreux '86 (SBD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton - Get Plugged In!
Label: Mid Valley Records MVR 044/045/046
Format: 3 x CD, Unofficial Release, Soundboard Recording, 16bit 44.1kHz
Released: 1999
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock

Recorded on July 9 & 10, 1986 at Le Casino Montreux, Switzerland

Unofficial soundboard recording - sound quality excellent > perfect

THE OTIS RUSH SET (July 9, 1986):

CD1:
01 - Warm Up Jam
02 - Lonely Man
03 - Don't Know What Love Is
04 - Let's Have A Magic Ball 
05 - Right Place, Wrong Time
06 - Mean Old World
07 - You Don't Love Me 
08 - Crosscut Saw (with Eric Clapton)
09 - Double Trouble (with Eric Clapton)
10 - All Your Love (with Eric Clapton)
11 - I Got The Blues (with Eric Clapton & Luther Allison)

CD2:
01 - Caledonia (with Eric Clapton, Luther Allison & Robert Cray)
02 - My Baby Wrote Me A Letter

THE ERIC CLAPTON SET (July 10, 1986)
03 - Crossroads 
04 - White Room 
05 - I Shot The Sheriff
06 - Wanna Make Love To You
07 - Run
08 - Miss You
09 - Same Old Blues
10 - Tearing Us Apart

CD3:
01 - Holy Mother
02 - Behind The Mask
03 - Badge
04 - Let It Rain
05 - In The Air Tonight
06 - Cocaine
07 - Layla
08 - Sunshine Of Your Love
09 - Further On Up The Road
10 - Ramblin' On My Mind (with Robert Cray)
11 - Have You Ever Loved A Woman (with Robert Cray)

Lineup Otis Rush:
Otis Rush - guitar, vocals
Anthony Palmer - guitar
Professor Eddie Lusk - keyboards, vocals
Fred Barnes - bass
Eddie Turner - drums

special guests: 
Eric Clapton, 
Luther Allison, 
Robert Cray - guitar, vocals

Lineup Eric Clapton:
Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Greg Phillinganes – keyboards
Nathan East – bass
Phil Collins – drums, vocals

special guest: 
Robert Cray – guitar, vocals

The Band - 1970-01-01 - Flushing, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Colden Auditorium, Queens College, Flushing, NY

AUD > ? > REEL > M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC by DavMar77 > WAV > CDR > EAC > FLAC + checksum by amellowsoul

01 Jemima Surrender
02 Caledonia Mission
03 Rockin' Chair
04 Genetic Method >
05 Chest Fever
06 Unfaithful Servant
07 The Weight
08 King Harvest Has Surely Come
09 I Shall Be Released
10 Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
11 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down >
12 Across The Great Divide
13 This Wheels On Fire
14 Up On Cripple Creek
15 Don't Do It

The Moody Blues - 1968-09-14 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

BBC Colour Me Pop 1968 DVD


Transmitted on 14th Sept. 1968


Source -

BBC Reel --> VHS Master -->DVD Trade -->DVD Decrypter --> Menus / Chapters with Ulead Videostudio -->Hard Drive Folder


Video

PAL 4:3 25fp/s 720 x 576 Bitrate 10080 kb/s

Audio:

AC3 Dolby Digital 256 kb/s 2-ch. mono

 
01. Ride My See Saw
02. Dr Livingstone I Presume
03. House Of Four Doors
04. Voices In The Sky
05. The Best Way To Travel
06. Visions Of Paradise
07. The Actor
08. Om


Total Time ; 24:35

OK folks, here is an uncirculated DVD of the Moody Blues from the BBC "Colour Me Pop" prog. from 1968. As far as I know, this has only ever been shown the once and is now liberated thanks to a fellow collector. The BBC actually aired over 30 of these programmes, but alas all but five have been wiped from the archives.More info here

Now as to the quality. This DVD transfer has black bars at the top and sides of the screen (this is how I received the basic files) and all I have done is added chapters/ menus. The picture quality is very good, although there is slight artifacting towards the end, - I understand this is due to the age of the master reel, All things said,this is a wonderful document of the Moodies at that time.


 

 

Aerosmith - 1978-03-24 - Columbus, OH (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Title: Just Sorted Enough, But...
Venue: Veteran's Auditorium, Columbus, OH, USA
Date: March 24, 1978
Label: Polar Bear
Number: PB-061

Source: Silver > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC


01.Rats In The Cellar
02.I Wanna Know Why
03.Big Ten Inch Record
04.Walk This Way
05.Sight For Sore Eyes
06.Seasons Of Wither
07.Sweet Emotion
08.Lord Of The Thighs
09.Dream On
10.Chip Away The Stone
11.Get The Lead Out
12.Get It Up
13.Draw The Line
14.Same Old Song And Dance
15.Toys In The Attic
16.Milk Cow Blues
17.Train Kept A Rollin'

Placebo - 2014-07-27 - Nyon, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Paléo Festival, L'Asse, Nyon (Switzerland) 

Broadcasted on Pure FM, Belgium, 2014-11-09. Stereo reception. Excellent sound. 

Complete broadcast. Incomplete show : 5 last songs are missing. 

Complete setlist here : 
http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/placebo/2014/lasse-nyon-switzerland-43c1635b.html 

8 radio jingles was delete (no music lost) : between tracks 02 & 03, 03 & 04, 04 & 05, 05 & 06, 06 & 07, 09 & 10, 11 & 12, 13 & 14. 

No radio jingle or DJ comment. 

Recording Gear: Pioneer Synthesizer Tuner F-Z93L --> Pioneer Amplifier XD-Z53T --> Roland Edirol R09HR v.1.04 (16bit/44kHz) input level at 41 --> PC with USB cable 

Post production: volume and balance adjusted, fade in (first track) / fade out (tracks 03, 06, 09, 14), tracks created and tagged with SoundForgePro. 

Tracks in wav --> Flac 8, Align on sector boundaries using fix and .ffp with Trader's Little Helper 

01. B3 
02. For What It's Worth 
03. Loud Like Love 
04. Every You Every Me 
05. Scene Of The Crime 
06. A Million Little Pieces 
07. Rob The Bank 
08. Too Many Friends 
09. Space Monkey 
10. One Of A Kind 
11. Exit Wounds 
12. Meds 
13. Song To Say Goodbye 
14. Special K

Total Time: 58:42

Whitesnake - 1980-08-24 - Reading, UK (FM/FLAC)



(FM Broadcast FLAC)

Lineage:
Silver CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC

01. Sweet Talker
02. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
03. Ain't Gonna Cry No More
04. Love Hunter
05. Mistreated / Soldier Of Fortune
06. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
07. Fool For Your Loving

Def Leppard - 1996-09-15 - Montreal, QC (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
CD>EAC>FLAC

Disc 1
01 - Rock Rock (Till You Drop) cuts in
02 - Another Hit And Run
03 - Foolin'
04 - Animal
05 - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad
06 - Work It Out
07 - Deliver Me
08 - Hysteria
09 - All I Want Is Everything
10 - Slang

Disc 2
01 - Bringin' On The Heartbreak
02 - Switch 625
03 - Miss You In A Heartbeat (Phil Vocals)
04 - Two Steps Behind
05 - Photograph
06 - Rocket
07 - Armageddon It
08 - Pour Some Sugar On Me
09 - Love Bites
10 - Let's Get Rocked
11 - Rock Of Ages

Am awesome sounding soundboard show. A must have!!!!

Michael Monroe - 2012-07-07 - Turku, Finland (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

TVRip
DVD video
MPEG2
MP2
MPEG, 720x480, 16:9, 4 072 Kbps, 25.000 fps
MPEG-1 Audio Layer II, 224 Kbps, 48.0 KHz, 2 channels

01. Introduction
02. Intro
03. Trick Of The Wrist
04. Got Blood
05. Modern Day Miracle
06. Motorvatin'
07. Hammersmith Palais
08. Interview #1
09. '78
10. All You Need
11. Nothin's Alright
12. Not Fakin' It
13. Malibu Beach
14. Band Introductions
15. Get On (Hurriganes cover)
16. Dead, Jail Or Rock 'n' Roll (w/ Mikko Herranen)
17. Interview #2
18. Michael 50 yrs
19. I Wanna Be Loved /Rapper's Delight (w/ Paleface, Tommy Lindgren & Redrama)
20. Missä muruseni on (w/ Apocalyptica & Jenni Vartiainen)
21. TV commentary
22. Million Miles Away (w/ Apocalyptica)

01:27:48

Europe - 2009-12-28 - Stockholm, SWE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Europe - Live at Stockholms Ice Stadium "Hovet" 2009

A SUN HILL PRODUCTION

TVRip
DVD video
MPEG2
AC3
PAL, 720?576 pixels, (16:9), 25.000 fps, 7 774 Kbps, 0.750Bits
AC-3, 192 kbps, 2 channels

Joey Tempest – lead vocals, rhythm & acoustic guitars
John Norum – lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals
John Levén – bass guitar
Mic Michaeli – keyboards, backing vocals
Ian Haugland – drums, backing vocals

01. Prelude
02. Last Look At Eden
03. Love Is Not The Enemy
04. Superstitious
05. Gonna Get Ready
06. Scream Of Anger
07. No Stone Unturned
08. Carrie
09. Start From The Dark
10. New Love In Town
11. Let The Good Times Rock
12. Cherokee
13. The Beast
14. Seven Doors Hotel

01:02:22 min





Def Leppard - 1995-11-11 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

"Acoustic Night" Secret Gig Tokyo, 11.11.95

lineage
TV—VHS—DVD

TV-Rip
DVD Video
MPEG2
AC3
MPEG2 Video 720x480 (4:3) 29.97fps 9800Kbps
Dolby AC3 48000Hz stereo 192Kbps

Rick Savage
Joe Elliott
Rick Allen
Phil Collen
Vivian Campbell

01. Opening
02. Interview
03. Armageddon
04. Two steps behind
05. Animal
06. When love and hate collide
07. Pour some sugar on me
08. Interview
09. Can't keep away from the flame
10. Hysteria
11. Get it on
12. Interview

00:50:03

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Rolling Zuma Revue (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Rolling Zuma Revue

Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan, March 5, 1976
Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL, November 15, 1976
Liberated Lone Wolf bootleg

CD 1:
01. Heart Of Gold
02. The Old Laughing Lady
03. Journey Through The Past
04. Too Far Gone
05. Give Me Strength
06. The Needle And The Damage Done
07. A Man Needs A Maid
08. Tell Me Why
09. Sugar Mountain
10. Mellow My Mind
11. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
12. No One Seems To Know
13. Country Home
14. Don't Cry No Tears
15. Lotta Love
16. Like A Hurricane

CD 2:
01. Country Home
02. Don't Cry No Tears
03. Peace Of Mind
04. Lotta Love
05. Like A Hurricane
06. After The Gold Rush
07. Are You Ready For The Country
08. Down By The River
09. The Losing End
10. Drive Back
11. Southern Man
12. Cinnamon Girl
13. Cortez The Killer

Various - 1969-08-22/23/24 - Bilzen, BE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Bilzen Jazz Festival

Belgian TV - BRT

DVD5
DVD Video
MPEG2
AC3
PAL 4:3 (768 x 576) CBR 3188 Kbps
Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 256 Kbps

Shocking Blue - August 22, 1969
01 - Venus + interview

Deep Purple - August 22 1969
02 - Wring That Neck - Mandrake Root

Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - August 22, 1969
03 - Big Shot
04 - You Done My Brain In
05 - Hello Mabel
06 - Urban Spaceman
07 - Quiet Talks And Summer Walks
08 - I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
09 - Canyons Of Your Mind
10 - Trouser Press

Taste - August 22, 1969
11 - Blister On The Moon
12 - Sugar Mama

Moody Blues - August 22, 1969
13 - Tuesday Afternoon
14 - Have You Heard (Part 1)
15 - The Voyage
16 - Have You Heard (Part 2)

Soft Machine - August 22, 1969
17 - Moon In June + interview

Marsha Hunt & White Trash August 22, 1969
18 - Interview
19 -My World Is Empty Without You Babe

Brian Auger & The Trinity - August 22, 1969
20 - Interview
21 - Pavane
22 - I Just Got Some

Steve Shorter & Tilly Set - August 22 1969
23 - Move On Up

Humble Pie - August 24 1969
24 - The Sad Bag Of Shaky Jake / I Walk On Gilded Splinters

Life - August 24 1969
25 - Baby Please Don't Go

Blossom Toes - August 24 1969
26 - Stargazer

BONUS MATERIAL (From Bilzen Jazz 1968):
THE MOVE - August 24 1968
27 - Sunshine Help Me

ROLAND AND THE BLUESWORKSHOP - August 23 1968
28 - Roland's Blues

02:35:28

New Order - 1989-06-16 - Irvine, CA (SBD/FLAC)



New Order - 1989-06-16 - Irvine, CA
(Soundboard FLAC)

New Order 
1989/06-16 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA 

Source: ATR-STASH mixer 
Lineage: SBD (ATR-STASH box-o-tapes) --> ??? (see below) --> FLAC via Sam (lammah) --> 
--> SoundForge (DC offset, pitch correction, old SBE removal, glitch fixing) --> CD Wave (re-tracksplitting) --> FLAC --> you 

Per Sam (lammah), the actual lineage for where I have "???" is most likely thus: 
SBD (band's DAT(0) or a clone thereof) --> CD-R --> CD-R --> CD-R --> FLAC --> ... (detailed above) 

NOTE - This differs slightly from the original seed of this gig. Some glitches were corrected, and there were old SBE's (not detectable by shntool - ugh!) that I had to manually remove. I also fixed up the levels a bit. In all, it's a great improvement on the original seed (located here: http://www.sharingthegroove.org/msgboard/showthread.php?s=&threadid=64824 

The exact fixes are detailed in this post here (also read the one above it for more info): http://www.sharingthegroove.org/msgboard/showthread.php?s=&postid=1125084#post1125084 

In addition, some levels issues were fixed, DC offset absolutely corrected, and just generally made to be the definitive version of this gig. 

*NOTE* In that linked post you see mention of a possible stutter during the Mr Disco intro - I am of the opinion that it's not a stutter per-se, in fact a similar "glitch" has been heard at a similar point in other performances of this song. For that reason, I did not attempt to fix it. The SBE during the very same intro, however, HAS been removed in this fixed reseed. 

It's strongly suggested you download this even if you pulled the original down earlier. Unless you like your Mr Disco intro interrupted by a nasty old SBE that is ;) 

01 Ceremony 
02 True Faith 
03 Age Of Consent 
04 Dream Attack 
05 All The Way 
06 Mr Disco 
07 Your Silent Face 
08 Vanishing Point 
09 Round And Round 
10 Temptation 
11 Bizarre Love Triangle 
12 The Perfect Kiss 
13 All Day Long 
14 Fine Time 

Total time: 74:35ish 

Notes: 
Another glorious SBD recording of New Order's USA89 tour, this time from Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA. Lineage is the same stash-o-soundboards from (most likely) Hooky's Suite 16 recording studio, liberated by Brian Whittaker (Revenge touring bassist) via eBay, but previous to selling copied amongst the NO trading community in the UK. 

From a post by OldMonkey on STG: 
"A box of mixing desk tapes was found in a rehearsal studio used by Peter Hook. They were advertised on E-bay by Brian Whittaker, former Revenge live guitarist. David Sultan of the website "World in Motion" paid over £500 to win the auction. Before they were sent to David though, they were copied amongst the Manchester bootlegging fraternity, and are now widely available in the UK and wider. Coincidentally (or otherwise, and this is where it gets good), the majority of the shows in this box were the complete gigs from the tracks used on the live disc of Retro (plus quite a few other gigs). It appears as though Hooky meant for them to find their way to the bootleg hardcore......." 

This thing sounds just as phenomenal as all the other ATR/STASH soundboards posted recently. 

From the original thread: 
By far, the ultimate best quality soundboard of New Order I've EVER heard - including any of the official live releases (_Retro_ disc 4 tracks, BBC Glastonbury '87, etc). Sound is absolutely pristine, crisp, well-mixed, you name it. A beautiful recording from a woefully under-documented era in their career, and representative of what some consider the last classic New Order tour where you just might possibly hear something dug up from their archives (here, it's "All Day Long") - as opposed to the fixed setlists from '93 or the rarely-changing 2001/2002 gigs. 

I got this in a trade from Sam (lammah) and the original FLACs were too fast pitch-wise. I fixed it up in SoundForge and re-FLACed it, after redoing tracksplits in CD Wave to eliminate any SBEs. I'll leave it up to Sam to further expand on the lineage - he told me to put this up here so he could get the fixed version himself. 

If any New Order bootleg/live tape was ready for immediate official release as the "official" live album, this would be a top candidate sound quality-wise. If there are better-sounding soundboards of them prior to the Get Ready era, I've not heard them.

New Order - 1986-03-27 - Oxford, UK (SBD/FLAC)




New Order - 1986-03-27 - Oxford, UK
(Soundboard FLAC)

New Order 
Apollo Theatre 
Oxford, UK 
March 27, 1986 

Source: Soundboard 
Lineage: SB -> cassette -> CDR -> EAC -> mkw audio compression toolkit -> SHN - > Flac 
Taped/Transferred by: Brian Whittaker (Revenge touring bassist) -> Stash 
Converted by: tom 

01. The Perfect Kiss 
02. Everything's Gone Green 
03. Broken Promise 
04. Lonesome Tonight 
05. Bizarre Love Triangle 
06. This Time of Night 
07. Shellshock 
08. Ceremony 
09. Face Up 
10. Sunrise 

Notes: 
This show is from the 'infamous' 2003 Stash box of tapes. 

The imperfect kiss. Tonight I should have stayed at home and played with my pleasure zone. I believe in the land of New Order, an ice dust island of volatile emotions entwined with electro-wash creepers and rhythmic sidewinding snakes of shake. For myself, I bring in the carrier bag of the mind expectations of the excellence this band are capable of and fears for the indulgences that sometimes crack their crystal citadel of noise into a million jagged edges. Tonight the latter prevailed, and unfortunately, it wasn't even funny. The sub-culture New Order have constructed for themselves - and it is just that, an aesthetic separateness - is now under serious threat precisely because of their dancefloor popularity. They attract a large number of stiffs for whom the band is a soundtrack to mewling and puking. I know that sounds like an elitist statement but it's something that the band are unable to cope with other than reverting to their infamous cynicism and spite games. "God, you're so f***ing boring, no wonder we haven't played in Cambridge for six years" - Bernard Albrecht. "We are New Order and we don't give a f***" Peter Hook, pummeling his bass like it was a heckler's face. Just two of the many comments from the stage. I've always viewed such typical wind-ups with the chuckle they deserve, only this evening the effect was to lay to rest in a coffin an audience that was for the most part dead already. 'Shellshock'? Sure, we were suffering from it, but so did New Order whose streamlined platinum fenders of melody became twisted and crushed under the jackhammer of their ire by the time the as yet unrecorded 'Broken Promises' was launched. A fan jumped onstage to grab Hook and was treated to a sullen stare. The audience stood around bewildered for 20 minutes. I don't know whether or not an encore materialised because I walked outside. "What's so good about New Order?" my partner asked. "They're like life itself: unpredictable and occasionally magnificent," I laughed. It's obvious. JACK BARRON

New Order - 1985-12-17 - Leuven, BE (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

17 December 1985: Manhattan Club, Leuven "stash" tape 
New Order 
Manhattan Club 
Leuven, Belgium 
17 December 1985 

source: Hooky's rubbish bin (the "stash" tapes) 
lineage: Master soundboard recording cassette 
analogloyalist mastering August 2012 

01 Let's Go 
02 Age Of Consent 
03 Thieves Like Us 
04 The Perfect Kiss 
05 State Of The Nation 
06 Confusion 
07 As It Is When It Was 
08 The Village 
09 Subculture 
10 All Along The Watchtower (snippet) 
11 Atmosphere 
12 Temptation 
13 Blue Monday

The quick-and-dirty background: Whilst cleaning house, a set of master New Order soundboard tapes (various mid-80s live gigs, some rehearsals, and a DAT or two from the band's 1989 US tour) was found by Hooky under the floorboards at his studio Suite 16 in Rochdale, England. At some point, these tapes ended up in Hooky's trash as he thought they were shite, apparently. After a drunken night at Casa de Hooky, a musician friend of the bearded bass player, who was in his employ for a duration in the early 90s, rescued the tapes from the rubbish bin. Ultimately the tapes ended up being auctioned to a well-known New Order internet site proprietor in Florida, a fellow who is not commonly known for sharing the wealth. In the interim, ATR (sometimes called Stash) obtained digital transfers of these tapes before they were shipped off to the Sunshine State. ATR then shared them amongst the New Order cognoscenti, and then in 2004 we fed them to the world via Sharing The Groove. 

All these gigs had their various problems as-received from the source in between Hooky and us, the least of which were sector boundary errors (which means, if burned as-is to CD, there are audible "pops" in between tracks) and all off-pitch by varying degrees. Some were extremely muddy, and others were far too bright. None of them were just right, but my aim is to make them so. 

(The New Order "stash" gigs that were on Sharing The Groove, and various other torrent sites and blogs from 2004 onward, are all from those original 2004 releases and have not been formally mastered since, until now.) 

Here's another one. There are two common circulating variants of this - that from our 2004 "stash" tape seed (muddy), and that taken from a circulating video of the gig (not very good for general listening). The version here is mastered from the 2004 source, and shines. It's night and day in terms of clarity and listenability. One minor issue with the stash source is that it's missing the last ten seconds of "The Village", which is where a C90 cassette would split. The 2004 seed patched the last ten seconds with the audio from the video; I've not done so here as it's just too clashing and impure (I've faded out instead). 

"Let's Go" features a lovely bum note from Gillian when she falls on the keyboard at approx. 2:05. "Atmosphere" - while featuring wonky keyboards - sounds stellar. "Blue Monday" simply has to be heard to be believed, it's probably my favorite performance of this along with that from Orleans a few nights previous. Barney channels Jimi between "Subculture" and "Atmosphere", which I've tracked separately. Barney drops lyrics all night, most notably on "Blue Monday". All said, it's a lovely little gig that certainly I've neglected for far too long; now I don't have to! 

New Order - 1985-12-07 - Slough, UK (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

New Order 
1985/12-07 The Fulcrum, Slough, UK 

Source: ATR-STAsH mixer??? 
Lineage: SBD (ATR-STASH box-o-tapes?) --> ??? --> FLAC --> you 

01 State Of The Nation 
02 Blue Monday 
03 The Village 
04 This Time Of Night 
05 Subculture 
06 Thieves Like Us 
07 Confusion 
08 Weirdo 
09 Ceremony 
10 Temptation 
11 She's Lost Control 
12 The Perfect Kiss 

Notes: 
Another glorious SBD recording of mid-80s New Order, this time the night after the widely-circulated Central Poly gig. Lineage is I believe the same box-o-tapes the '84 Barcelona, '89 Irvine Meadows and '89 Cuyahoga Falls gigs came from, but Sam can confirm this. 

This thing really does sound terrific. Interestingly enough, the original tracklisting for the live disc on Retro was supposed to include this version of "This Time Of Night", as well as this version of "The Perfect Kiss", but for whatever reason they didn't use them on the final. This version of "She's Lost Control" is excellent, and it's obvious Barney's struggling with finding the right key to sing it in.

Lou Reed - 1970 - Acoustic Demos (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Lou Reed
Acoustic Demos
Fall and Winter 1970

From a cassette received in trade in 1973.
cassette (azimuth adjusted)>CD-R>EAC>Audacity (amplify)>CD Wave>FLAC

Fall 1970
01 I'm So Free
02 I Can't Stand It
03 Walk And Talk It

Winter 1970
04 Going Down
05 Ride Into The Sun
06 I'm Sticking With You
07 Lisa Says
08 Kill Our Sons (aka Kill Your Sons)
09 Lonely Saturday Night (aka Goodnight Ladies)
10 So In Love
11 She's My Best Friend
12 Looking Through The Eyes Of Love (aka Oh Jim)

Total time: 30:52

So here're all 12 songs, with a complete version of "Looking Through The Eyes Of Love." The sound quality here is also an improvement over both of the previous uploads, although don't expect too much. This is still a really rough sounding tape.

Aerosmith - 1994-08-14 - Saugerties, NY (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Artist : Aerosmith ?
Title : Big Mammed Woman
Label: Teddy Bear Records ?– TB 43
Format: CD, Unofficial Release 
Country: Italy
Released: 1994
Genre: Rock
Style: Hard Rock

Linage 
Original Silver > xACT Software For Mac > Flac

01 - Eat The Rich
02 - Toys In The Attic
03 - Draw The Line
04 - Rag Doll
05 - Monkey On My Back
06 - Stop Messin' 'Round
07 - Janie's Got A Gun
08 - Love In An Elevator
09 - Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
10 - Come Together
11 - Dream On
12 - She Cried - Livin' On The Edge
13 - Walk This Way

Notes
Recorded Live At: 
Woodstock 25 Year Anniversary, Saugerties, NY, August 13/14th 1994. 

Disc Time : 73min 53sec 

Comments: 
Excellent. Note this is a not the full concert and a collection of tracks squashed onto one CD. Possibly from a Westwood One Radio Release.