Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The Band - 1983-12-31 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

San Francisco Civic Auditorium

Very Low Gen Sbd Cassette>Sony WMD6-Cw/ DolbyB on>SonyPCM-M10@24/44.1M10>AudigySE>Sound Forge>CDWave>TLH

Tape from the collection of Dr. Bob Marks
Transferred and Mastered by Russ Cansler

Levon Helm : Drums, Vocals
Rick Danko : Bass, Vocals
Garth Hudson : Organ, Horns, Accordian
Richard Manuel : Keyboards, Vocals
Earl Cate : Guitars
Ernie Cate : Keyboards
Ron Eoff : Bass
Terry Cagle : Drums

01 - Intro by Bill Graham
02 - Feedback>Tuning
03 - Tuning
04 - Rag Mama Rag
05 - Long Black Veil
06 - The Shape I'm In
07 - It Makes No Difference
08 - Milk Cow Boogie
09 - Mystery Train
10 - King Harvest
11 - Stage Fright
12 - W S Waldcott Medicine Show
13 - You Don't Know Me
14 - Caledonia
15 - Chest Fever
16 - Java Blues
17 - Willie and the Hand Jive
18 - Bill Graham

notes: Omit track 2 for one disc burn

The Band - 1996-05-16 - Las Vegas, NV (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)



Ww1 Superstar Concert Series Master Cds To Eac/Wav To Audio Cleaning Lab For Re-Tracking Editing Of Ads And Editing Both Cds Together Krw Transfer To Cdr To Eac Secure Mode To Tlh Flac Level 8

Levon Helm Drums Vocals

Rick Danko Bass Vocals
Garth Hudson Keyboards,Sax,Accordion
Richard Bell Keyboards
Randy Ciarlante Bass Drums Vocals
Jim Weider Guitar 

01 Intro
02 Stuff You Gotta Watch
03 Remedy
04 Blind Willie Mctell
05 Ophelia
06 The High Price Of Love
07 Rag Mama Rag
08 Caledonia Mission
09 Crazy Mama
10 The Weight
11 Stand Up
12 Stage Fright
13 Young Blood
14 Shape I'M In
15 Genetic Method
16 Chest Fever
17 Free Your Mind
18 Ad For The Show

The Rolling Stones - 2002-11-04 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Wiltern Theatre

6 CD Set - Part 3 

Source: Vinyl Gang Products (VGP-324) - Released 2002 

Quality: Excellent Audience Recording. 

CDR received in a trade -> Flac via TLH -> You 

[All files checked lossless via EAC - ffp & md5 files included - Artwork included (thanks to rs-covers.com)] 

Disc 1
01. Jumping Jack Flash 
02. Live With Me 
03. Neighbours 
04. Hand Of Fate 
05. No Expectations 
06. Beast Of Burden [REMOVED] 
07. Stray Cat Blues 
08. Dance 
09. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love [REMOVED] 
10. That´s How Strong My Love Is 
11. Going To A Go Go 
12. Band Introduction 

Disc 2
01. Thru And Thru 
02. You Don´t Have To Mean It [REMOVED] 
03. Can´t You Hear Me Knocking [REMOVED] 
04. Rock Me Baby [REMOVED] 
05. Bitch [REMOVED] 
06. Honky Tonk Women 
07. Start Me Up 
08. Brown Sugar 
09. Tumbling Dice 

The following tracks are removed from this torrent as officialy released on "Live Licks" (CD) & "Four Licks" (DVD): 
- Disc 1: Tracks 6 (Beast Of Burden) & 9 (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love) 
- Disc 2: Tracks 2 (You Don´t Have To Mean It), 3 (Can´t You Hear Me Knocking), 4 (Rock Me Baby) & 5 (Bitch) 

Tom Waits - 1979-11-05 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

SBD > ? > CDRx (clean) > EAC > WAV > FLAC > WAV > Adobe Audition 1.5 + iZotope Ozone 3 > WAV > FLAC 1.1.1

01. Wrong Side of the Road
02. The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me)
03. Eggs and Sausage
04. Saturday Night Fish Fry / Pasties and a G-String
05. Burma Shave
06. Whose Sportcoat is That?
07. Romeo is Bleeding
08. Trash Day
09. (band intros)
10. Potter's Field
11. I Wish I Was In New Orleans / When The Saints Go Marching In
12. Outro

Remastered by Doctor Bob Gordon

Van Morrison - 2012-07-06 - Rotterdam, NL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

North Sea Jazz Festival

Edirol R-09 > Adobe Audition 3 > FLAC

Van Morrison: vocals, alto saxophone, harmonica

piano on Haunts Of Ancient Peace

Paul Moore: MD / keyboards / trumpet

Chris White: saxophones / flute
Alistair White: trombone / tuba
Dave Keary: guitar
Paul Moran: bass
Jeff Lardner: drums
Rod Quinn: percussion


01. Brown Eyed Girl
02. Only A Dream
03. Days Like This
04. Don'T Start Crying Now > Custard Pie
05. How Can A Poor Boy
06. Fever
07. Real Real Gone > You Send Me
08. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
09. Bye Bye Blackbird
10. A Foggy Day (In London Town)
11. Unchained Melody > Time Is Running Out > September Song > Too Late To Stop Now > Don'T Let Me Breakdown (In Rotterdam)

01. Moondance
02. I'M Not Feeling It Anymore
03. All In The Game > You Know What They'Re Writing About > No Safety Net > No Plan B
04. Ballerina
05. Gloria

Tom Waits - 1976-11-09 - Willimantic, CT (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

liberated bootleg:"Main Street" Lobster CD 010/2

Soundboard > (?) > silver CD's > EAC to wav > wav's combined in Wavelab > flac > wav > wav's split w/ cd wave editor > flac

Frank Vicari: tenor sax
Fitz Jenkins: bass
Chip White: drums
Tom Waits: piano/ guitar/ vocals

Early Show:
01 Eggs And Sausage
02 Fumblin' With The Blues
03 Jitterbug Boy
04 The One That Got Away
05 Pasties and A G-String
06 The Ghosts Of Saturday Night
07 The Heart Of Saturday Night
08 Emotional Weather Report
09 I Wish I Was In New Orleans
10 Small Change
11 Outro

Total Time: 55:48

Late Show:
01 Spare Parts
02 Invitation To The Blues
03 Depot Depot
04 San Diego Seranade
05 New Coat Of Paint
06 Putnam County/ Big Joe and Phantom 309
07 Diamonds On My Windshield
08 Tom Traubert's Blues

total time: 55:10

Van Morrison - 1971-09-05 - Marin, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Into The Mystic

Live at Pacific High Studios 1971

CD -> Easy CD-DA Extractor -> FLAC (Level 8) - your hard drive

01 - Into the Mystic (5:39)
02 - I've Been Working (6:02)
03 - Friday's Child (5:33)
04 - Hound Dog (2:54)
05 - Ballerina (8:44) (misspelt Bellerina on the label & insert)
06 - Tupelo Honey (6:06)  
07 - Wild Night (4:34)
08 - Just Like a Woman (7:36)
09 - Moonshine Whiskey (7:33)

Total time: (54:41)

01 - Dead or Alive (5:10)
02 - You're My Woman (5:48)
03 - These Dreams of You (3:18)
04 - Domino (5:49)
05 - Call Me Up in Dreamland (3:26)
06 - Blue Money (3:56)
07 - Bring It On Home To Me (4:14)
08 - Buena Sera Senorita (3:16)
09 - Caledonia Soul Music (16:21)

Total time: (51:18)

Monday, January 30, 2017

The Stone Roses - 1983-1989 - Ultimate Rarities (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

01. I Wanna Be Adored
02. Heart On The Staves
03. Tell Me
04. This Is The One
05. Boy On The Pedestal
06. All Across The Sands
07. Hardest Thing In The World
08. Sun Still Shines
09. She Bangs The Drums
10. Waterfall
11. Hardest Thing In The World
12. Elephant Stone
13. Sun Still Shines
14. Going Down
15. Sugar Spun Sister
16. Waterfall
17. Shoot You Down
18. She Bangs The Drums
19. Waterfall
20. Made Of Stone
21. This Is The One
22. Elizabeth My Dear
23. (On A Beach In) Normandy
24. When The Wind Blows

1-3: Piccadilly Radio sessions 24/03/85

4: Strawberry Studios, Stockport, 1985, 3am (first ever take)
5-8: Rehersals, Chorlton, Manchester, 18/03/86
9-10: circa '86
11: Demo, Yacht Club studios, Bredbury, Manchester 1986
12-15: Chorlton, Manchester, 12/12/86
16-17: Demos, Manchester Late '87
18-21: Suite-16 Studios, Manchester May '88
22: Battery Studios, London Jan '89
23-24: Demos 1983. Pre-Roses band called The Waterfront who included Squire, Mani & Ian. Kaiser is singing as Ian didn't turn up.

The Rolling Stones - 2003-03-12 - Kanagawa, JP (ALD/AUD/FLAC)

(ALD/Audience Matrix)

Yokohama Arena

"Yokohama Forty Licks" (VGP 345) -- DISCS 3 & 4 ONLY

Original Silvers => EAC => WAV => FLAC front-end (level 8)

DISC ONE (61:24):

01) Intro (1:43)
02) Street Fighting Man (4:11)
03) It's Only Rock And Roll (4:58)
04) If You Can't Rock Me (4:29)
05) Don't Stop (5:17)
06) Monkey Man (4:27)
07) You Got Me Rocking (3:46)
08) Ruby Tuesday (4:09)
09) Loving Cup (4:49)
10) All Down The Line (4:36)
11) Tumbling Dice (5:13)
12) Band Introductions (4:13)
13) Slipping Away (5:43)
14) Happy (3:43)

DISC TWO (50:02):
01) Sympathy For The Devil (7:00)
02) Start Me Up (4:25)
03) Honky Tonk Women (4:27)
04) Satisfaction (8:07)
05) Mannish Boy (5:46)
06) When The Whip Comes Down (4:54)
07) Brown Sugar (7:35)
08) Jumping Jack Flash (7:44)

Artwork (for the 4-CD set, unfortunately, not custom artwork for just discs 1 & 2) and checksum files are included.

VGP released a 4-CD set with two completely mixes of the same show -- from Yokohama, Japan March 12, 2003. The first two discs consisted only of a remastered recording of Mick's IEM feed; anyone who is familiar with IEM knows that these are frequently a very "imperfect" mix, to say the least. Discs 3 and 4 were a matrix of a good audience recording and the arena's ALD feed (who knew they had ALD in Japan????), a version which (in my opinion) was dramatically better. This torrent consists of ONLY discs 3 & 4 from the set -- to be honest, I didn't even keep the IEM (which means I can't torrent it, unfortunately).

Sound quality is great, particularly during the quiet parts. It's evident that the raw ALD recording is pretty good and relatively free of dropouts (or if there are any, they were covered up nicely during the editing process). There aren't really any big surprises in the setlist, but it's always nice to hear less-frequently played tracks like "Loving Cup" and "Mannish Boy." This is a good one to pick up if you're a Stones fan but not necessarily a completist; hardcore fans probably already have this (or if they don't, I imagine they will be posting requests for discs 1 & 2 in the comments).

Weird Al Yancovic - 1984-05-02 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

(FM broadcast FLAC)

"Kiss 108" WXKS FM radio > Sansui 8 reciever > unknown tape deck (average quality, dolby off) > Maxell XLII 90 min. cassette > played on Nak. 125 into soundforge 4.5 (WAV) > FLAC 6

"Weird Al" Yankovic: lead vocals, accordion, keyboards 
Jim West: guitar, background vocals 
Steve Jay: bass, background vocals 
Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz: drums & percussion 

Kiss 108 (WXKS- 108 FM) 5th birthday party concert (also included Cyndi Lauper, Berlin, Jeffrey Osborne Paul Young & the Royal Family & the Pointer Sisters (? not sure if they ever made it) the Cyndi Lauper set is now reseeded at torrent #301842. 
the Paul Young set is now reseeded at torrent #355607. performance quality: A-, pretty good 

source: master FM broadcast tape 

01: stage introduction > the Brady Bunch 4:38 
02: Buckingham blues 4:10 
03: polkas on 45 medley 5:12 
a: are we not men 
b: smoke on the water 
c: I'm a man 
d: hey Jude 
e: mojo risin' 
f: in a gadda da vida 
g: hey Joe 
h: burning down the house 
i: hot blooded 
J: every breath you take 
k: should I stay or should I go 
l: jumpin jack flash 
m: my generation 
04: I lost on Jeopardy 3:52 
05: Mr. Popeil 4:56 
06: bass solo (louie Louie) :27 
07: king of suede 5:07 
08: buy me a condo 4:05 
09: Bob (instrumental) :39 
10: yoda 3:50 
11: fabulous food medley 10:32 
a: theme from Rocky XIII 
b: flatbush ave. 
c: I love rock and roll 
d: spameater 
e: feel like throwing up 
f: avocado 
g: sometimes you feel like a nut 
h: take the L out of liver 
i: fatter 
j: my bologna 
k: whole lotta lunch (spliced tape flip) 
l: we got the beef 
12: eat it 3:29 
13: announcer wrap up :40 

runtime: 51:43 

YES - 1974-02-08 - Miami, FL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Miami Baseball Stadium 

Jon Anderson  (Vocals) 
Steve Howe  (Guitars) 
Chris Squire  (Bass) 
Rick Wakeman  (Keyboards) 
Alan White  (Drums) 

01 - Firebird Suite 
02 - Siberian Khatru 
03 - And You And I 
04 - Close To The Edge 
05 - The Revealing Science Of God 
06 - The Remembering 
07 - The Ancient 
08 - Ritual 
09 - Roundabout

Yes - 1991-06-29 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Wembley Arena

2nd gen tape > WAV > SoundForge 10 Pro > CD > FLAC > you

Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
Steve Howe
Alan White
Rick Wakeman
Trevor Rabin
Tony Kaye
Bill Bruford

Disc 1
01. Rhythm Of Love
02. Shock To The System
03. Heart Of The Sunrise
04. Owner Of A Lonley Heart
05. And You & I
06. Changes

Disc 2
01. I've Seen All Good People
02. Lift Me Up
03. Awaken
04. Roundabout

Yes - 1986 - The Alternate Generator-studio demo (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

The Alternate Generator
(with bonus Jon & Vangelis tracks)

Yes - Big Generator Line-Up:
Jon Anderson - Lead Vocals
Tony Kaye - Keyboards
Trevor Rabin - Guitars, Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Chris Squire - Bass, Backing Vocals
Alan White - Drums & Percussion

Unreleased studio outtakes from "The Big Generator" sessions:
01 Love Will Find A Way (5.00)
02 Big Generator (4.53)
03 Rhythm Of Love (5.18)
04 Final Eyes (7.25)
05 I'm Running (8.29)
06 Shoot High Aim Low (7.41)
07 Shoot High Aim Low (2nd take) (7.08)
08 Big Generator (2nd take) (3.47)

Unreleased Jon and Vangelis demos from 1986:
09 Holy Lamb (instrumental) (3.17)
10 Let's Pretend (5.19)
11 All Through The Night (6.29)
12 Say What You Will (6.14)
13 The Arms Of Love (5.44)

Track 1 through 9 are demo and alternate tracks from "Big Generator". Rumor has it that these are the Trevor Horn produced songs, who left the project before it was completed.

Track 10,11,12 and 13 are Jon & Vangelis demos, and stated on the cover art to be recorded in 1986. Research suggests that they were recorded somewhere between the "Private Collection" album (1983) and "Page Of Live" (1991).

David Coverdale and Glenn Hughes - 2000-12-15 - Los Angeles, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

CDR from trade - EAC - TLH (flac level 8)

David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Marc Bonilla,
The Dragon Choir and Ronnie Montrose live in the
Wiltern Theatre Los Angeles CA on the Mark and Brian
Christmas show on the 15th of December 2000.

01 Give Me All Your Love
02 Here I Go Again
03 We Wish You A Merry Christmas
04 The Resurrection Shuffle
05 Burn
06 Gimme Some Lovin'

Track 1-3 voc David Coverdale
Tracks 4,6 voc Glenn Hughes
Track 5 voc Coverdale / Hughes

Daniel Lanois - 2012-03-23 - Toronto, ON (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Great Hall

Daniel Lanois - vocals, guitars, synthesizers
Danny Wilson - guitar, bass, vocals
Brian Blade - drums, percussion

Broadcast: 'Canada Live', Concerts on Demand, CBC Radio 3
Streaming Audio: MPEG 1 layer II (192 kbs, 48 kHz, stereo) > M-Audio sc > wav > edit > flac(lvl8)

01 The Maker (9:23)
02 Duo Glide (9:06)
03 The Messenger (4:39)
04 Still Water (7:26)
05 Fire (7:14)
06 J.J. Leaves L.A. (6:36)
07 A Collection of Marie-Claire (4:52)
08 Agave (7:21)
09 Orange Kay (3:59)

Runtime: 60:41

Daniel Lanois performed at Toronto's Great Hall to celebrate his entrance into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

Crosby & Nash - 1994-02-13 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(soundboard FLAC)

SEVA Benefit
Concert & Rehearsals

Masonic Auditorium

CD 1:
01. Deja Vu
02. Unequal Love
03. Rusty & Blue
04. I Used To Be A King
05. Laughing
06. Box Of Rain
07. Cowboy Movie
08. Military Madness
9. This Land Is Your Land

CD 2:
01. Box Of Rain
02. Laughing
03. I Used To Be A King
04. Cowboy Movie
05. Deja Vu

CD 1, tracks 4-6: with Phil Lesh
CD 1, tracks 7-9: with Phil Lesh & Jorma Kaukonen

Iggy Pop - 1980-05-08 - Udine, Italy (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Palasport, Udine
High quality stereo (mixing desk?) recording

Low gen tape > CDR > Audacity > TLH > FLAC

00 Intro
01 Hassles
02 Knocking Em Down In The City
03 Loco Mosquito
04 I Snub You
05 Sister Midnight
06 I'm a Conservative
07 Play It Safe
08 Funtime
09 I'm Crying
10 Dogfood
11 Five Foot One
12 One for My Baby
13 Lust for Life
14 I'm Alright
15 Take Care Of Me

This recording begins with the near final strains of The 1812 Overture, and Iggy shouting "Hey you f***ing c**ts kiss my butt!"

Then the band launch into Hassles...as it's immediately noticeable this recording is even  clearer than the Hammersmith (Feb 80), Hamburg (May 80) and the Pesaro (May 80) FM recording: the clarity, stereo sound and comparitively low audience noise  suggest it's a mixing desk recording.

The sound is not dissimilar to the (admittedly audience) Stadio Comunale, Torino, Italy, 19th June 1981 recording. Like the recent Sydney Capitol Theatre July 1983 FM recording, the vocal is sometimes a bit off centre, but since this the band seem about right in the stereo 'picture', I have not tried to correct that.

The recording signal fades a bit here and there on some of the tracks, I did some repairs of the worst bits of that in Audacity, raising the levels in the worst bits of dropout /fading out.

Nice to finally get a high quality stereo recording of I'm Crying...the only disappointment is that versions liked this missed the boat and got overlooked in all the previous live releases and compilations. Some tracks have faltering recording signal more than others - like Five Foot One and Take Care Of Me...so if you like to download one track to judge quality, I'd say try at the very least try something other than Five Foot One, where the signal was weakest. With Take Care of Me, signal fluctuations and noise meant I reduced the treble filter some of the worst of that - honestly, it made uncomfortable listening until I did that. Overall though, this is a fine quality recording.

So, after finding a few winter - spring 1980 recordings (which do actually all stand up on their own merits still), I have now finally found the best quality one it seems.

Dave Gahan - 2003-06-10 - Berlin, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)


FM Broadcast -> CD-R -> EAC .WAV (unknown settings, no log) -> FLAC level 8 

Dave Gahan - lead vocals 
Knox Chandler - guitars, backing vocals 
Victor Indrizzo - drums 
Vincent Jones - keyboards 
Martyn LeNoble - bass 

01. [5:12] Hidden Houses 
02. [4:29] Hold On 
03. [4:06] Dirty Sticky Floors 
04. [4:09] A Question Of Time 
05. [4:40] Bitter Apple 
06. [5:03] Black And Blue Again 
07. [4:19] Stay 
08. [5:47] A Little Piece 
09. [5:19] Walking In My Shoes 

01. [5:38] I Need You 
02. [4:07] Bottle Living 
03. [5:04] Personal Jesus 
04. [8:04] Goodbye 
05. [5:21] I Feel You 
06. [7:49] Never Let Me Down Again 
07. [6:01] Enjoy The Silence / Just Can't Get Enough 

Total time: 1:25:07 

Creedence Clearwater Revival - 1971-07-04 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Night 5 Of Closing The Fillmore West Week:

Sdb > Pre-Fm Reel To Reel @ 3.75 /Ips > Dat > Mac Pro-Tools > Wav > Shn > Wav > Wav > Flac-8

John Fogerty: (Lead-Guitar & Vocals)
Doug "Cosmo" Clifford: (Drums)
Stu Cook: (Bass-Guitar)
Tom Fogerty: (Rythym Guitar)

01 - Stage~Tuning:
02 - Born On The Bayou
03 - Green River
04 - It Came Out Of The Sky
05 - Don'T Look Now -> Door To Door
06 - Travelin' Band
07 - Fortunate Son > Commotion
08 - Lodi
09 - Bad Moon Rising
10 - Ksan-Fm Aircheck:
11 - Proud Mary
12 - Up Around The Bend
13 - Hey Tonight
14 - Sweet Hitchiker
15 - "Ccr 3-Year Anniversary Show @ The Fillmore"
16 - Keep On Chooglin'
17 - Bill Graham Outro

60:00 Minutes

Chicago Transit Authority - 1969-08-30/31 - Lewisville, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Dallas International Motor Speedway, Lewisville, Texas 8/30&31/69 (Texas International Pop Festival 1969)

Soundboard show traded many years ago

Lineage :

Cdr Trade -> EAC -> Traders' little helper (checksum & flac conversion (6))

01. Intro/Introduction
02. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is
03. South California Purples
04. Beginnings
05. 25 or 6 to 4
06. Announcements (8/31/69)
07. I'm A Man (8/31/69)

Excellent soundboard (IMO) from the 1969 tour. One of the earliest Chicago shows available in trading circles.

Canned Heat - 1967-xx-xx - Unknonw Location (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Unknown Club, Unknown Location

Unknown Gen Cass> Nak ZX7> PDR05> EAC> Cool Edit pro> Flac

Tracks 1-2, 7-11:
Bob "The Bear" Hite: voc, harp
Alan Wilson: g, voc, harp
Henry Vestine: g,
Frank Cook: drums
Larry Taylor: bass 

1st Set
01 - I went to Church this morning(?) (Talking Blues)
02 - Big Road Blues
03 - There's something on your Mind(?) (Talking Blues)
04 - Dust my Broom
04 - This is Hit
05 - She's 19 Years old
06 - Bullfrogg Blues
07 - Blues Shuffle feat. Henry
08 - Instr. Outro

2nd Set
09 - Madman Blues
10 - Terraplane Blues
11 - Rollin' & Tumblin'
12 - Catfish Blues

13 tracks = 60:45 minutes

This earliest Canned Heat live tape I found yet, was recorded in an unknown club and feature the original Canned Heat w/Frank Cook on Drums! Again the song-list here includes some tracks not available from any other known Canned Heat recording! Those of you who 
downloaded in June my Canned Heat compilation "Tracks" already have nearly half of the tracks here, but these tracks were remastered in a different way from my own tape & here's the complete performance, from a different source!

CANNED HEAT's Club performance here is kind of rough and unpolished, but full of "Heat" and some tracks here are standing clearly in the tradition of the great "Blues Shouters" as Howlin Wolf or Big Joe Turner! The general quality is great, but on some tracks the Bear's vocals are quite oversaturated! I did my best to polish this & also used the better channel (with less dropouts) of this mono sbd recording!

Buffalo Springfield - 1968-05-05 - Long Beach, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Stereo SBD (2nd gen.?)

01. intro/tuning
02. r & r woman (abruptly cut)
03. stage warning
04. r & r woman (tk 2)
05. talk and tuning
06. there goes another day
07. - bad i.d.
08. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
09. talk
10. ? tune
11. mr. soul
12. uno mundo
13. for what it's worth
14. bluebird pt 1
15. bluebird pt.2

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Bruce Springsteen - 1993-05-20 - Dublin, Ireland (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

"Let's Play That Sun Into the Ground"

SBD > ? > CDR from tattooDad [thanks again!] > WAV > FLAC

Disc 1:

01. Downbound Train
02. Because the Night
03. Brilliant Disguise
04. Human Touch
05. The River
06. Who'll Stop the Rain?
07. Souls of the Departed
08. Born in the USA
09. Light of Day
10. Settle for Love [w/ Joe Ely]
11. Glory Days 

Disc 2:
01. Thunder Road
02. Born to Run
03. My Beautiful Reward
04. Great Balls of Fire [w/ Jerry Lee Lewis]
05. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On [w/ Jerry Lee Lewis]
06. Working on the Highway
07. Rocking All Over the World
08. Bobby Jean

Saturday, January 28, 2017

The Notting Hillbillies - 1990-05-15 - Snape, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

"SNAPE live in 1990" (RCJS-DVD) PRO-SHOT/soundboard. With rare bonus!

The Maltings,

DVD version of the only Notting Hillbillies concert filmed for TV, in Snape 1990. This version is taken from 'Rocksteady' broadcasted in the UK and includes band rehearsals / interview in studio before you can watch the concert. Very good picture quality and sound has been remastered.

The show contain rare songs from this concert :
Railroad Worksong
Dallas Rag

As bonus, we put two rare TV shows from 1990, very interesting.

format : DVD-R1(PAL) PRO-SHOT
ratio : 4:3
audio : Dolby digital
menu :YES, full menu.
Time: :1h.18.40

excact lineage 
unknown(Probably:PRO-SHOT from ROCKSTEADY TV broadcast-recorder-DVD)

DVD Production by RCJS

1- Interview / Rehearsals

Rocksteady special - 15th May 1990 contains:
Run me down acoustic
Weapon of prayer - acoustic
Bewildered - rehearsal
When it comes to you - rehearsal
Interview /
Your own sweet way - acoustic

!!IMPORTANT NOTE:small pieces of three officially video clips ( sultans of swing, money for nothing,and your own sweet way),
are within the time-limit according to dime's rules for documentary's with officially contents!!!

Mark Knopfler, Guitar & Vocal
Brendan Crocker, Guitar & Vocal
Steve Philips, Guitar & Vocal
Guy Fletcher, Keyboards
Marcus Cliff, Bass
Paul Franklin, Pedal Steel
Ed Bicknell, drums

2- When it comes to you
3- Water of love
4- That's alright Mama
5- Your own sweet way
6- Railraod worksong
7- Bewildered
8- Dallas rag
9- Run me down
10- Hobo's lullaby
11- I think I love you too much
12- Steelrail blues
13- Feel like going home

LATE SHOW 1990-03-28

1- Bewildered
2- Setting me up
3- The next time I'm in town


1- Your own sweet way

Late Show :
Recorded TV Studios,
London, UK - March 28th 1980

Paramount City Theatre :
Recorded Paramount City Theatre,
London, UK - March 30th 1990

Made by the RCJS team. This is the only proshot concert from The Notting Hillbillies so far. And what a great one. First of all, the footage in the documentary is great: interviews, rehearsals. Guy Fletcher telling how he joined the Hillbillies, the world premier for 'When it comes to you', etc. The show itself is great. Mark Knopfler is brilliant playing the guitar. You can see Ed Bicknell (the old Dire Straits manager) playing drums and a special guest: Paul Franklin ('the best pedal steel guitar in the world') who a year later will join Dire Straits for their last tour.

The Who - 1989-06-21 - Glens Falls, NY (DVDfull pro/aud-shot)

(DVDfull pro/aud-shot)

The Who
Civic Center
Glens Falls, NY
June 21, 1989

"Night Of The Resurrection"

Lineage: Low Gen VHS (2 sources) > Standalone DVD (edited)> PC Authored DVD

DVD compiled (with artwork) by ooru
Authored by Gold Hawk

01 - Overture
02 - It's A Boy
03 - 1921
04 - Amazing Journey
05 - Sparks
06 - Acid Queen
07 - Pinball Wizard
08 - Do You Think It's Alright?
09 - Fiddle About
10 - I'm Free
11 - Tommy's Holiday Camp
12 - We're Not Gonna Take It
13 - I Won't Run Anymore
14 - All Shall Be Well
15 - A Friend Is A Friend
16 - I Can't Explain
17 - Substitute (including False Start)
18 - I Can See For Miles
19 - Trick Of The Light
20 - Boris The Spider
21 - Hey Joe (Incomplete)
22 - Too Much Of Anything (Incomplete)
23 - Baba O'Riley
24 - My Generation
25 - Join Together (Incomplete)
26 - Behind Blue Eyes (Incomplete)
27 - Won't Get Fooled Again
28 - Band Intro's


This originally appeared on the Who torrent site "Long Live Rock" in early 2008; I put it up shortly thereafter on Dime, and to my knowledge, it hasn't reappeared since. Since this is a fairly unique show (their first performance in seven years, in a tiny hockey arena in upstate New York), I thought it might be worth sharing again even though the quality is really more appropriate for serious fans. There has been assorted footage in circulation over the years, but to my knowledge this is the most complete set that has hit the trading pool.

This is a blend of two sources, both cited as 2nd generation VHS tapes. The audience source that comprises the bulk of this recording is shot from the back corner and is fairly steady, though grainy; on the plus side, the audio is actually pretty good although it sounds like it comes from the built-in camera mics. The pro shot footage is much easier on the eyes, though a little washed out; unfortunately, the soundboard audio has a bit of distortion. If you're a big Who fan, you will likely still be glad to have this in your collection.

Performance-wise, it's a solid show with a crazy setlist. They kicked off the tour with a collection of unusual songs which ballooned the set to 3 1/2 hours on some nights; there was an extended "Tommy" medley, several solo Entwistle and Townshend songs (the only "new" material any of the members had to promote was Townshend's "Iron Man" soundtrack from earlier in 1989), covers, and "deep tracks" all of which were dropped from the show within a week. This recording provides a glimpse into some of the tracks most of us never saw on that tour if we missed the Giants Stadium dates.

Comments from the original info file:
This was the 1st night of the 1989 Reunion Tour. Compiled from 2 VHS sources, this contains all the available Pro Shot footage, as well as the remaining songs taken from a very good audience shot video. The clip of Join Together is taken from a contemporary news source, and is featured for completeness. Some of the tracks are also not complete. The Pro Shot film has had the color slightly reduced to bring the footage more in line with the audience film. This is the most complete version of this show available. Despite this being the 1st full show in 7 years, it is a great performance.

Video specs:
I pulled this information using KMPlayer. I have no idea what information here is relevant, but thought it may help some in determining whether to d/l this. There are also several screenshots included to try to provide a sense of the picture quality.

Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 4 599 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 7 260 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
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) : 0.444
Stream size : 928 MiB (93%)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Format settings, Endianness : Big
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 256 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits
Compression mode : Lossy
Delay relative to video : -546ms
Stream size : 51.7 MiB (5%)

Manhattan Transfer - 1993-07-09 - Assisi, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Author: Mike Hunt

Manhattan Transfer
Piazza S. Francesco
(Umbria Jazz Festival)
Assisi (Perugia), Italy

TV > TS6007 (DVB receiver and recorder) > MPG > MPEG VIDEO WIZARD (to cut and demultiplex, no reencode) > DVDlab PRO 2 > YOU

Audio Codec: MPEG-1 Layer 2
Audio Bitrate: 192 kbps
Video System: 4:3, PAL 25.00 fps
Video Bitrate: 3000 kbps
Approx Length: 64 mins
Menu and chapters: No menu but chapters set at the right points

01 - Route 66
02 - Choo Choo Ch'Boogie
03 - Corner Pocket
04 - Airegin
05 - Meet Benny Bailey
06 - Killer Joe
07 - Jeaninne
08 - Java Jive
09 - Duke of Dubuque
10 - Ten Minutes Till The Savages Come
11 - The Quietude
12 - Baby Come Back To Me (The Morse Code of Love)
13 - Boy From New York City
14 - Gloria
15 - Blues I Like To Hear

16 - Ray's Rockhouse

Mark Knopfler - 2013-10-23 - Long beach, CA (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)



01: What it is
02: Corned beef city
03: Privateering
04: Father & Son
05: Hill farmer's blues
06: Kingdom og gold
07: I used to could
08: Romeo & Juliet
09: Gator blood
10: Haul away
11: Postcards from Paraguay
12: Marbletown
13: Telegraph road
14: So far away
15. Our Shangri-La
16: Going home

Kate Bush Story - Running Up That Hill (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Kate Bush Story
Running Up That Hill
Broadcast on BBCFour Friday August 22 2014

BBCTV (DVB-C Virgin Tivo)>LG stand alone DVD rec>PC>Fully Authored using MAGIX MEP.

A Documentary split into 12 chapters
Run time: 59:57

Some words from the BBC:
This documentary explores Kate Bush's career and music, from January 1978's Wuthering Heights to her 2011 album 50 Words for Snow, through the testimony of some of her key collaborators and those she has inspired.
Contributors include the guitarist who discovered her (Pink Floyd's David Gilmour), the choreographer who taught her to dance (Lindsay Kemp) and the musician who she said 'opened her doors' (Peter Gabriel), as well as her engineer and ex-partner (Del Palmer) and several other collaborators (Elton John, Stephen Fry and Nigel Kennedy).
Also exploring their abiding fascination with Kate are fans (John Lydon, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui) and musicians who have been influenced by her (St Vincent's Annie Clark, Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes, Tori Amos, Outkast's Big Boi, Guy Garvey and Tricky), as well as writers and comedians who admire her (Jo Brand, Steve Coogan and Neil Gaiman).

Can - 1973-08-25 - Edinburgh, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Empire Theatre

Cassette received by 'wreka' (thanks!) in 1976, believed to be early generation SBD or AUD copy from the recordings made at most live performances by Holger Czukay. 

CD > EAC > Nero > EAC > Flac Frontend (level 6)

Changes Made (Nero 7):
Cross-mixed tracks (87:13), bass and drums more dynamic / clear & balance improved Reduced Right channel by 5% to centre stereo balance
Appled Nero noise print NR
Fixed glitches at 1.01, 6.36-38 (tr01) 0.59, 3.10-13, 7.34, 10.33 (tr02) 6.38 (tr03) 2.30 (tr05) - plus multiple small volume drops throughout
Applied +3dB high frequency EQ
Fixed multiple volume / balance swings in tr 01, tr02, tr04 & tr05
Raised volume levels of tr04 & 5 by +6dB
Deleted silences between tracks & unrelated volume bursts before abrupt applause ends
Matched applause levels / eq & crossfaded tracks for reasonably smooth transitions
- wreka, only a very few seconds of crowd noise have been lost

Quality: Must be worth an A+ for the performance and the vintage

Irmin Schmidt - Keyboards
Michael Karoli - Guitar
Holger Czukay - Bass
Jaki Liebezeit  -Drums

Set List (69.18)

13.52 Soup
30.30 Stone Strike
10.03 Hakucho No Uta (Swan No Song)
08.49 Hot Day in Koeln *
06.00 I'm Your Doll *

* Overdubs by Michikao Nakao