Thursday, March 30, 2017

Led Zeppelin - 1977 - Over America (2xDVDfull aud/pro-shot)



(2xDVDfull aud/pro-shot)

"Every Zep 8mm in circulation from the 1977 tour"
Cosmic Energy

Lineage: Trade DVD-R --> VIDEO_TS subfolder (using DVD Decrypter)

GSpot analysis of VOB files:

Video Codec: MPEG2 / NTSC / 4:3 / 720x480 / 29.970 frames per sec
Audio Codec: DVD_LPCM_AUDIO

Disc One
Old Grey Whistle Test November 2, 1976 (11:54)
This one odd interview with Robert Plant and band manager Peter Grant was uniquely conducted during a boat-trip down the famous Thames River.

Chicago, Illinois April 9, 1977 (14:55)
The fifth night of the tour! Page falls ill stopping the concert. Close but blurry footage with actual sound. Well worth watching for historic purposes. Listen as Plant explains to a befuddled audience why they are stopping the show early.

Chicago, Illinois April 10, 1977 (4:22)
Page is captured with his famous "stormtrooper" outfit. Full stage shot with synchronized sound makes it very pleasurable to watch.

Birmingham, Alabama May 18, 1977 (10:01)
A high commodity video back in the mid 1980s. Footage with actual sound filmed stage left. 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana May 19, 1977 (14:58)
Arguably the best document of the band from this tour. Silent footage with fantastic stage shots. Also includes footage of the "Starship" arriving at the airport and the band is seen shuffling out. This film was unfortunately dirty or damaged when processed leaving a swarm of particles on the transfer, most noticeably during the brighter moments of the footage.

**********

Disc Two
Plaza Hotel, New York, New York June 1977 (2:16)
Amazing daytime footage of all four members outside the hotel. The band is seen hustling off to the awaiting limos. A rare off stage gem! Silent.

New York, New York June 14, 1977 (6:33)
Decent silent footage captured from left of the stage. The band is at its energetic best.

Los Angeles, California June 1977 (24:47)
Infamous footage that's been circulating forever. Synched with matching audio. Wonderful film capturing three of an incredible six night stand at the Fabulous Forum. The band reaching peaks at one of their favorite venues.

Los Angeles, California June 23, 1977 (9:43)
Historic treasure of footage of the famous "Badge-holders" gig with Keith Moon making a special guest appearance. Filmed from the front of the stage with synched audio. A summit of the two greatest drummers in rock!

Oakland, California July 23, 1977 (8:45)
An outdoor concert and filmed close to the stage. Clear daytime footage with synched audio, the band shows odd their power... flaws and all. Plant acknowledges all the nurses! This is the second to last ever United States performance of the band.

















Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Phil Collins - 1994-09-03 - Hanover, DE (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Artist: Phil Collins 
Date: 03-Sep-1994 
Venue: Niedersachsenstadion, Hanover 
Country: Germany 
Type: FM Broad 

Phil Collins - Drums / Vocals / Piano / Tambourine 
Brad Cole - Keyboards 
Nathan East - Bass / Vocals 
Amy Keys & Arnold McCuller - Vocals 
Ricky Lawson - Drums (Rest in Peace) 
Daryl Stuermer - Guitars 
Vine St Horns 
Daniel Fornero - Trumpet 
Harry Kim - Trumpet 
Arturo Velasco - Trombone 
Andrew Woolfolk - Saxophones 

1.0 Radio Introduction 03:00 
1.1 Introduction 05:00 
1.2 Drum Duet 03:44 
1.3 I Don't Care Anymore Unplugged 04:53 
1.4 Don't Lose My Number 06:49 
1.5 Everyday 06:11 
1.6 Survivors 07:07 
1.7 Another Day In Paradise 06:30 
1.8 I Wish It Would Rain Down 04:16 
1.9 One More Night 04:45 
1.10 A Groovy Kind Of Love 02:59 
1.11 We Wait And We Wonder 07:55 
1.12 Separate Lives 06:11 
2.0 Both Sides Of The Story 08:27 
2.1 In The Air Tonight 06:42 
2.2 Hang In Long Enough 04:47 
2.3 Find A Way To My Heart 05:39 
2.4 It Don't Matter To Me 04:23 
2.5 Easy Lover 05:28 
2.6 I Missed Again 06:10 
2.7 Behind The Lines 04:19 
2.8 Something Happened On The Way To Heaven 05:24 
2.9 Band Introduction 03:27 
2.10 You Can't Hurry Love 03:06 
2.11 Two Hearts 03:21 
2.12 Sussudio 09:14 
3.0 Take Me Home 11:09 
3.1 Radio Outroduction 03:42 

Total Running Time: 

2:26:38 

Lineage: 
Unknow Capture of Radio - CDR Trade - Extrated and Converted to Flac with Sound Forge 10 - Flac Level 8 

 This CD I got from a Japanese collector in distant years when trades were made by post before the fast internet connections, especially here in Brazil. I like the Both Sides tour. It was not so spectacular as the previous 1990 but still consisted of a very good repertoire. This show in particular is one of the best performances of the tour. As is known, this time the voice of Phil Collins suffered problems with sufferable performances as in Chile in 18-Apr-1995 where have the impression that your voice will end up before the show. The quality of the audio, to be as their origin a FM radio broadcast, I regard as excellent, almost at the level of an SBD. Hope you enjoy the result. 

* Thanks to Genesis Movement site where I got the cover art and some additional information. 

Peter Gabriel - 2004-05-29 - Lisbon, PT (TV/FLAC)



(TV broadcast FLAC)

infos here
Title Rock In Rio

Venue Bela Vista Park - Rock in Lisbon Festival, Lisbon
Country Portugal Type TV


1.1 Darkness 07:04

1.2 Red Rain 06:37
1.3 Secret World 08:30
1.4 Games Without Frontiers 05:19
1.5 Burn You Up, Burn You Down 04:37
1.6 The Tower That Ate People 05:38
1.7 San Jacinto 09:11
1.8 Growing Up 11:07
2.1 Solsbury Hill 04:14
2.2 Sledgehammer 06:29
2.3 Signal To Noise 08:49
2.4 In Your Eyes 13:30
2.5 Biko 09:36


Total Running Time : 1:40:41

Peter Gabriel - 1976-2002 - A Rare Tracks (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Various lineups 1976-2002

Disc 1:
RARE 1 - Ashcombe (Highland's Ashcombe works revisited):
1) On The Air (instrumental) (4:59)
2) Bully For You (5:09)
3) Bully For You (instrumental) (4:43)
4) I Go Swimming (Ga Ga mix) (4:34)
5) I Go Swimming (Ga Ga vocal demo) (4:36)
6) Wallflower (demo) (4:16)
7) Milgram's 37 (instrumental) (5:20)
8) That Voice Again (2:04) *
9) Mercy Street (demo) (1:33)
10) Strawberry Fields Forever ("All This And World War II") (2:34)
11) Intruder (instrumental) (3:30)
12) Games Without Frontiers (instrumental) (6:20)
13) Start (saxless) (1:24)
14) I Don't Remember (instrumental) (3:27) **
15) No Self Control (instrumental) (4:04)
16) Walk Through The Fire (instrumental) (3:54)
17) And Through The Wire (instrumental) (4:25)

Disc 2:
RARE 2 - Rare disc:
1) Summertime ("The Glory Of Gershwin" cd, 1994) (3:50)
2) Here Comes The > Flood On The Air (w/Bob Fripp - live at Roxy, West Hollywood, CA - April 1977) (6:21)
3) I Heard It Through The Grapevine (live 2nd 1977 tour - "Across The River" lp) (8:36)
4) All Day And All Of The Night (with Robert Fripp - live at the Roxy, West Hollywood, CA - April 1977) (4:34)
5) Why Don't We (live in Detroit, MI - March 1977) (6:54)
6) A Whiter Shade Of Punk ("A Whiter Shade Of Pale" - live in Boston, MA October 1978) (5:09)
7) Back In NYC (with Robert Fripp - live at the Roxy, West Hollywood, CA - April 1977) (5:37)
8) interview ("Across The River" lp) (5:44)
9) Across The River ("Across The River" lp) (6:39)
10) Wallflower (live in Chile September 1993) (7:27)
11) My Heart Sounds Like That (live in Milano, It September 2002) (7:19) ***
12) I Grieve (live in Milano, It September 2002) (8:23)
13) Teddy Bear ("Across The River" lp) (2:14)

Disc 3:
RARE 3 - Guest disc (collaborations and guest-on shows):
1) Another Day In 1977 (live 1977 with Kate Bush) (3:39)
2) This Is The Picture (with Laurie Anderson, 1986) (3:19)
3) Gravity's Angel (with Laurie Anderson) (6:11)
4) Qualquer Coisa A Haver Com O Paraiso (with Milton Nascimento) (7:01)
5) Fallen Angel (with Robbie Robertson) (5:55)
6) My Secret Place (with Joni Mitchell) (5:03)
7) Be Still (with Sinead O'Connor and Feargal Sharkey, 1993)(3:48)
8) While The Earth Sleeps (with Deep Forest, 1995) (6:24)
9) Reach Out, I'll Be There (live with Steve Hackett- & Mike Rutherford 1983-01-28 - Guildford, UK) (4:28)
10) I Know What I Like (live with Steve Hackett  & Mike Rutherford - 1983-01-28 - Guildford, UK) (6:03)
11) That'll Do (with Randy Newman, Academy Award Nominees, Los Angeles 1999) (3:12)
12) Red Rain (with Michael Stipe and Natalie Merchant, Witness, Los Angeles 1996) (4:43) $
13) Signal To Noise (with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Witness, Los Angeles 1996) (6:08)
14) In Your Eyes (with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Natalie Merchant and Joan Osborne, Witness, L.A. 1996) (6:00)
15) Warm Doorway (with Manu Katche, 1992) (3:16)

Disc 4:
RARE 4 - Rare live disc:
1) Ain't That Peculiar (live - 1st tour 1977) (4:30)
2) Kiss Of Life (live) (5:08)
3) Not One Of Us (live in Leicester, UK, 1980) (5:13)
4) Humdrum (live at the Diplomat Hotel in New York, NY, 1980) (4:01)
5) Shosholoza (live 1st WOMAD Festival, Shepton Mallet, UK - 1982-07-16) (2:49)
6) Dog 1 Dog 2 Dog 3 (live w/Shankar & Copeland, 1st WOMAD festival, Shepton Mallet, UK 1982-07-16) (7:13)
7) Indian Melody (live w/Shankar & Copeland, 1st WOMAD festival, Shepton Mallet, UK - 1982-07-16) (10:46)
8) Across The River (live w/Shankar & Copeland, 1st WOMAD festival, Shepton Mallet, UK 1982-07-16) (18:48)
9) D.I.Y. (rare live 1983) (3:07)
10) Intruder (rare live 1987) (5:37) =
11) San Jacinto ("Secret World" live missing song 1993) (8:23)

Disc 5:
RARE 5 - Studio disc:
1) Here Comes The Flood (alternate erly version) (5:14)
2) Party Man (5:40)
3) Suzanne (5:14)
4) Shosholoza (5:21)
5) Soft Dog (4:12)
6) Fisherman Song (1:17)
7) Walk Through The Fire (3:59)
8) In The Sun (6:40)
9) No More Apartheid (7:13)
10) Don't Break This  Rhythm (3:57)
11) Curtains (3:24)
12) Shaking The Tree ("Jungle 2 Jungle" soundtrack 1997) (5:34)
13) Bashi-Bazouk (4:45)
14) Love Town (5:29)
15) Taboo (with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan) (4:23)

Disc 6:
RARE 6 - More rare disc:
1) Not One Of Us (live early version late 1978) (3:27)
2) The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (Genesis classic live) (5:53)
3) No Self Control (live early version as "Don't Know How To Stop" - Reading Festival, UK - 1979-08-26) (3:42)
4) The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (live with Phil Collins - Reading Festival, UK - 1979-08-26) (7:44)
5) The Rhythm Of The Heat (alternate mix) (4:14)
6) In The Sun (6:39)
7) Love Town (live 1993) (6:12) &
8) In Your Eyes (alternate mix) (7:12)
9) Sledgehammer (alternate mix) (7:22)
10) That'll Do ("Babe Pig In The City" soundtrack, 1988) (3:50)
11) I Grieve ("City Of Angels" soundtrack) (8:10)
12) Blood Of Eden (live with Sinead O'Connor) (7:00) #
13) Family Snapshot (live at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY, 2002) (5:55) +

* Listed as instrumental but it's sung.
** Vocals only appear on chorus.
*** "E questa è prima volta che suono questa canzone in pubblico, questa si chiama La Mia Testa Suona Così".
$ "Joined by Michael Stipe and Natalie Merchant here's a Peter Gabriel anthem and a lot of you came here...".
= "Und Jetzt etwas uber den schovinismus von nationen".
& Skips at 2:17, 2:24 and 5:53.
# "...Levon Minassian doudouk and (...) Sinead"
+ "Thank you very much...great to be back in the Garden...David, Ged, Richard, Melanie, Rachel...thank you...".

Peter Gabriel - 1987-07-27 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Blossom Music Amphitheater


Lineage:

Unknown audience or soundboard source => cassette (low) => Stand-alone Pioneer CD burner => CDR => EAC => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => Export to WAV => FLAC (level 8)

Disc 1 (60:21):

1) San Jacinto (10:17)
2) Red Rain (5:52)
3) Shock The Monkey (6:43)
4) Intro (0:26)
5) Not One Of Us (5:53)
6) Intruder (5:35)
7) Intro (1:15)
8) Games Without Frontiers (5:26)
9) No Self Control (6:18)
10) Mercy Street (7:49)
11) This Is The Picture (cut) 


Disc 2 (57:47):
1) Big Time (7:23)
2) Intro (0:37)
3) Don't Give Up (8:04)
4) Solsbury Hill (5:24)
5) Lay Your Hands On Me (8:12)
6) Sledgehammer (6:22)
7) Here Comes The Flood (2:49)
8) In Your Eyes (fade out) (7:39)
9) Biko (fade out) (11:14)


Comments:
Excellent soundboard from Gabriel's summer 1987 tour of outdoor amphitheaters. By this time, he had been promoting the album for the better part of a year, so the set had pretty much jelled and the band was hitting on all cylinders. All of these performances were great.

The recording itself . . . I traded for it from an established Gabriel collector in early 1988; he claimed it was a soundboard. Most of the commenters here appear to think it's an audience recording, so perhaps it is -- either way it's a very nice recording for the era. I don't know the generation, but given when I got it and how well-connected he was, I don't think it's more than two or three generations removed from the master. The fidelity for a cassette recording is really nice. Listen to the mp3 samples and judge for yourself.

White Lion - 1988-09-18 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Show or Bootleg Title:
One Night In Tokyo - 18/09/1988

Show Venue:
Shibuya Kokaido Hall - Tokyo, Japan

Source:
DVD - Pro Shot

Video Quality/Production Info:
B-- to A- / Echobat Productions

Audio/Video Specs:
Video
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 6 820 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 9 048 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 : Bottom Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.658

Audio
ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 448 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits

Format:
NTSC

Set List/Chapters:
Shibuya Kokaido Hall - 18/09/1988 (B--)


01 Hungry
02 Don't Give Up
03 Tell Me
04 Broken Heart
05 Sweet Little Lovin'
06 When The Children Cry
07 All You Need Is Rock 'N Roll
08 Wait
09 All The Fallen Men

Pure Rock (B-)01 Wait
02 Interview
03 Lonely Nights

Funky Tomato One (B)01 Interview

Funky Tomato Two (A-)01 Wait
02 Interview
03 Tell Me
04 White Lion / Marble Chocolate Contest


Nazareth - 2013-06-07 - St. Charles, IL (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

"Savor The Flavor"
Arcada Theatre

White Dragon Records - WDR0360/0361

Source: Audience Digital Master

Taper: kinglerxst

Mastering: siriusjoe

Artwork: kinglerxst

Recording Equipment: 
Audio Technica 933 sub-cardioid mics > Illudium Q-36 MSYC > Edirol R-09 24bit WAV Recorder > 8G Sandisk SDHC card > WAV > Adobe Audition > CDWav > FLAC

Location: 
Section 101 PFC (Pretty F'n Close - A couple rows back in front of left PA stack)

Disc One (46:26)
01 - Intro 4:07
02 - Telegram 6:23
03 - Holiday 3:46
04 - Woke Up This Morning/Razamanaz 7:53
05 - Miss Misery 5:10
06 - Sunshine 4:30
07 - Radio 5:15
08 - Shanghai'd In Shanghai 4:36
09 - Beggars Day 4:42

Disc Two (48:50)
01 - Turn On Your Receiver 4:36
02 - Cocaine 4:29
03 - My White Bicycle 4:50
04 - Whiskey Drinkin’ Woman 8:31
05 - Hair Of The Dog 10:05
06 - Love Hurts 6:11
07 - This Flight Tonight 4:13
08 - Bad Bad Boy 5:51

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Cure - 2000-02-23 - Atlanta, GA (FM/FLAC)


(FM DAT Master FLAC)

The Roxy

Recorded: 
FM Broadcast via WNNX, Atlanta, 99.7 FM>Denon AVR-3000 Receiver>Sony PCM-R300 (analog in)

Transferred: 
Sony PCM-R300>HHB CDR-830 via coaxial cable

Converted to FLAC via Exact Audio Copy/Trader's Little Helper

Disc One - 64:45
01 - Introduction
02 - Out Of This World
03 - Watching Me Fall
04 - Want
05 - Fascination Street
06 - The Last Day Of Summer
07 - Maybe Someday
08 - From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
09 - Inbetween Days
10 - If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
11 - 39

Disc Two - 52:25
01 - Prayers For Rain
02 - One Hundred Years
03 - Bloodflowers
04 - A Strange Day
05 - A Forest
06 - The Figurehead
07 - Disintegration

Total Time - 117:10

Santana - 1987-04-06 - Berlin, DE (pre-FM/FLAC)


(pre-FM FLAC)

Santana Live At Palast der Republik 1987-04-06 FULL SHOW - An Abraxas2's original upload

Lineage: 
Pre FM --> Wavelab --> WAV --> FLAC

Carlos Santana (g/perc/vo)
Raul Rekow (perc/vo)
Orestes Vilato (perc/vo)
Alphonso Johnson (b)
Buddy Miles (g/vo)
Chester Thompson (kbd/vo)
Armando Peraza (perc/vo)
Alex Ligertwood (g/vo)
Graham Lear (ds)

CD 1
01 Beat Of My Drum
02 Veracruz
03 Primera Invasion
04 Open Invitation
05 She's Not There / Marbles
06 Incident At Neshabur
07 The World Could Be As One
08 Samba Pa'Ti
09 Songs Of Freedom

CD 2
01 The Healer
02 Super Boogie
03 Texas (a song Buddy used to play with his short lived band FLAG)
04 Them Changes / We Got To Live Together
05 Savor
06 Alphonso Johnson´s bass solo
07 Cavatina
08 Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen
09 Oye Como Va
10 Evil Ways
11 Jingo
12 Once It's Gotcha

CD 3
01 By The Pool
02 Europa
03 Right Now
04 Johnny B. Goode
05 Wild Thing
06 Soul Sacrifice
07 Concierto de Aranjuez / El Mar
08 Before We Go
09 Praise
10 Deeper, Dig Deeper

This is THE PERFORMANCE of Santana, between the greatest ever done in almost 50 years of career. The band was clutch and furious on the Freedom tour and, as you may see here, even tried some Jimi Hendrix and other Buddy work from the 70's. 3 hours of fire, if you haven't got it yet this is your time. I know this show appeared here a couple years ago in 2 different video forms(DVDset and straight broadcast video file), when it was re-broadcasted incomplete by German TV MDR. Recently, I saw an Youtube user put the whole package online, might be a copy of the original broadcast by DDR.

Peter Gabriel - 1980-03-07 - Cardiff, UK (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage:
Unknown recording device > low generation tape > Aiwa Tape Deck TC-WE475 > Audiophile 2496 Soundblaster > HD >
SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Peter Gabriel - Vocals / Piano
John Ellis - Guitar
Jerry Marotta - Drums, saxophone
Larry Fast - Keyboards
Tony Levin - Bass

01.Intruder
02.The Start / I Don't Remember
03.Solsbury Hill
04.Family Snapshot
05.Milgram's 37
06.Modern Love
07.Not One Of Us
08.Lead A Normal Life
09.Moribund The Burgermeister (tape flip)
10.Mother Of Violence
11.Humdrum
12.Band Intro / Games Without Frontiers
13.And Through The Wire
14.I Go Swimming
15.Biko
16.On The Air
17.Here Comes The Flood

TT 88:36

Notes
Nice soundboard from PG´s album number 3. Unlike many other artists, Gabriel´s soundboard and radio broadcasts are extremely rare so if you don´t have this one, you will enjoy it. This is still the early stage of the tour so the band is a bit unrehearsed. I remember owning a copy of this back in the mid 80´s which was very hissy. This copy from RLR collection sounds much better in my ears. This is the complete except for Moribund which has one section cut because of the tape flip. But the rest is there, including Peter´s attempt to make the audience singing during Games Without Frontiers...

Paul Simon - 1991-09-27 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)


(soundboard FLAC)

Hollywood Bowl

Lineage:
CDR Trade => EAC => Audigy Audio Cleaning Lab* => WAV => FLAC Frontend

* Audigy was used to insert d1t6 and d2t3 from a separate DAT source (the CDRs
had slight diginoise, so these tracks were taken from a different clean DAT). These
tracks were level-adjusted to match the rest of the source.

CD1:
01 - The Obvious Child (4:47)
02 - The Boy in the Bubble (6:28)
03 - She Moves On (6:15)
04 - Kodachrome (4:14)
05 - Born At The Right Time (5:18)
06 - Train in the Distance (4:50)
07 - Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard (3:08)
08 - I Know What I Know (4:54)
09 - The Cool Cool River (5:43)
10 - Bridge Over Troubled Water (5:53)
11 - Proof (5:41)
12 - Michael Brecker Instrumental (9:11)
13 - The Coast (6:59)


Total time: 73:28

CD2:
01 - Graceland (5:34)
02 - You Can Call Me Al (8:23)
03 - Still Crazy After All These Years (4:00)
04 - Loves Me Like A Rock (2:58)
05 - Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes (10:35)
06 - Hearts and Bones (6:33)
07 - Late in the Evening (5:07)
08 - Gone at Last (5:00)
09 - America (3:41)
10 - The Boxer (4:18)
11 - Mrs. Robinson (4:03)
12 - The Sound of Silence (8:52)


Total time: 69:07

Notes:
This is a very nice soundboard from the later part of Paul Simon's "The Rhythm of the Saints" tour. Excellent setlist, professionally mixed recording.

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel - 2003-12-20 - Atlanta, GA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Phillips Arena

Source: SBD/ALD recording
Lineage: DAT > CDR(x) > EAC > FLAC

Disc 1 (59:30):
01) Old Friends/Bookends (3:35)
02) A Hazy Shade of Winter (3:41)
03) I Am A Rock (4:42)
04) America (4:51)
05) At The Zoo (1:39) =>
06) Baby Driver (3:03)
07) Kathy's Song (4:54)
08) History of S&G (3:32)
09) Hey Schoolgirl (1:52)
10) Wake Up Little Schoolgirl (2:21) *
11) All I Have To Do Is Dream (3:10) *
12) Let It Be Me (3:31) *
13) Bye Bye Love (3:13)
14) Scarborough Fair (4:04)
15) Homeward Bound (6:07)
16) The Sound of Silence (5:11)

* w/The Everly Brothers

Disc 2 (68:02):
01) Mrs. Robinson (5:50)
02) Slip Sliding Away (5:07)
03) El Condor Pasa (If I Could) (3:52)
04) Keep the Customer Satisfied (3:31)
05) The Only Living Boy In New York (4:31)
06) American Tune (5:05)
07) My Little Town (4:34)
08) Bridge Over Troubled Water (8:56)
09) Cecilia (4:39)
10) The Boxer (8:20)
11) The Leaves That Are Green (2:51)
12) Feelin' Groovy (7:12)
13) Mrs. Robinson (3:29)

Paul Simon - 2006-10-24 - Upper Darby, PA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Tower Theater

Lineage:
FM broadcast => cdr(0) => EAC => FLAC front-end

Disc one (64:08):
(1) Gumboots (3:45)
(2) Boy in the Bubble (4:12)
(3) Outrageous (4:01)
(4) 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover (4:06)
(5) Slip Sliding Away (5:28)
(6) You're The One (6:14)
(7) Me and Julio Down By ... (2:48)
(8) Train in the Distance (6:18)
(9) How Can You Live in the Northeast (5:33)
(10) Loves Me Like A Rock (3:11)
(11) That Was Your Mother (3:35)
(12) Duncan (4:59)
(13) Graceland (5:23)
(14) Father and Daughter (4:29)

Disc two (52:47):
(1) Cecilia (4:11) *
(2) Only Living Boy in New York (3:52)
(3) Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes (6:52)
(4) You Can Call Me Al (4:58)
(5) Still Crazy After All These Years (4:47)
(6) Mrs. Robinson (5:45)
(7) Wartime Prayers (3:54)
(8) Bridge Over Troubled Water (4:29)
(9) Late in the Evening (4:32)
(10) The Boxer (7:44)

* 1st 20 seconds missing

MD5 signature file is included. Sorry, no artwork.

Comments:

There is already a nice audience recording in circulation, but as this is FM quality, is demonstrably better. Fidelity is fairly typical (compressed) for a local FM broadcast; I believe it was aired live on a local radio station the night of the show. This doesn't have the sound quality of, say, a WWI or WXRT broadcast, but it's extremely enjoyable nonetheless -- and probably the best recording in wide circulation from the tour. With the exception of a CD switch (the seeder recorded this live directly on a stand-alone CDR), this represents the complete performance.

Paul Simon - 1978-05-07 - Caesaria, Israel (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
Soundboard bootleg --> EAC secure mode --> FLAC

CD1
01. Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard
02. Homeward Bound
03. Mother & Child Reunion
04. I Do It For Your Love
05. You're Kind
06. Bluesette
07. Have A Good Time
08. Still Crazy After All These Years
09. Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover
10. The Boxer
11. Mrs. Robinson
12. Slip SLidin' Away
13. Duncan
14. Something So Right

Disc 2
01. Loves Me like a Rock
02. Some Folks Lives
03. I Keep So Busy
04. What Do You Call Him
05. Bridge Over Troubled Water
06. Gone At Last
07. American Tune
08. Sounds Of Silence
09. America
10. Baby, What You Want Me To Do
11. Bye Bye Love/Amazing Grace

Rush - 1983-09-18 - New York, NY (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Rush - Countdown PE 
Media: 2 CDR AUDIO 
Time: 59:05, 61:34 
Catalog: Digital Reproductions DR 91883 
Source: Audience (remaster of 1st gen source) 
Date: September 18, 1983 
Location: Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA 
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1344 

Disc 1: 
01 - 3 Stooges Intro 0:47 
02 - The Spirit Of Radio 4:48 
03 - Tom Sawyer 5:21 
04 - Freewill 6:12 
05 - Digital Man 6:53 
06 - Kid Gloves 4:28 
07 - Subdivisions 5:45 
08 - Vital Signs 5:29 
09 - Red Sector A 5:45 
10 - Closer To The Heart 3:32 
11 - The Analog Kid 4:45 
12 - The Body Electric 5:10 

Disc 2: 
01 - Broon's Bane 1:42 
02 - The Trees 4:36 
03 - Red Barchetta 6:38 
04 - The Weapon 8:03 
05 - New World Man 4:15 
06 - Limelight 4:29 
07 - Countdown 6:11 
08 - 2112 6:29 
09 - Xanadu 2:26 
10 - La Villa Strangiato 3:34 
11 - In The Mood 2:32 
12 - Interesting funk jam never heard on any other bootleg / YYZ / Drum Solo 10:39 

Peter Gabriel - 1980-09-30 - Turin, IT (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

MUPPET 16

Palasport, Torino, Italy

September 30, 1980

Soundboard-recording, B+

2 CD-R

Lineage
Trade - CD-R - Free CD Ripper V1.9 Flac

Disc 1:
01 - Intruder - 7.22
02 - The Start - 1.41
03 - I Don’t Remember - 5.12
04 - Solsbury Hill - 5.43
05 - Family Snapshot - 7.03
06 - Milgrams ‘37 - 3.40
07 - Not One of Us - 5.59
08 - Lead a Normal Life - 4.19

Disc 2:
01 - Moribund the Burgermeister - 5.21
02 - Mother of Violence - 4.20
03 - Humdrum - 4.22
04 - Games without Frontiers - 4.34
05 - Band Introductions - I Go Swimming - 1.23
06 - Biko - 11.08
07 - On the Air - 7.13
08 - D.I.Y. - 5.05
09 - Here Comes the Flood - 2.28

Total Running Time: 40.59 + 45.54 = 86.53

Monday, March 27, 2017

Queen - 1979-04-24 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC) "Frenzy At The Budokan"




(Audience FLAC)

Frenzy At The Budokan 

6:30 PM Tuesday 24th April 1979 
Nippon Budokan Dai- Hall, Tokyo, Japan 

Lineage: 
Frenzy At The Budokan (silver CD) --> WAV --> Flac 

DISC 1: 
01. Start/ Tape (We Will Rock You) 
02. We Will Rock You 
03. Let Me Entertain You 
04. Somebody To Love 
05. Death On Two Legs 
06. Killer Queen 
07. Bicycle Race 
08. I’m In Love With My Car 
09. Get Down, Make Love 
10. You’re My Best Friend 
11. Now I'm Here 
12. Teo Toriatte 
13. Don?t Stop Me Now 

DISC 2: 
01. MC 
02. Dreamer’s Ball 
03. Love Of My Life 
04. Band Introduction 
05. ‘39 
06. It’s Late 
07. Brighton Rock 
08. Inferno 
09. Drum Solo 
10. Guitar Solo 
11. Guitar and Drum Jam 
12. Brighton Rock 
13. Keep Yourself Alive 
14. Bohemian Rhapsody 
15. Tie Your Mother Down 

encore 1:
16. Sheer Heart Attack 

encore 2:
17. We Will Rock You 
18. We Are The Champion 
19. Outro. / God Save The Queen

Eric Clapton & Mark Knopfler - 1988-01-23 - Birmingham, UK (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST




(Audience FLAC)

Eric Clapton (with Mark Knopfler) 
"Night of Guitar Magic" 
Birmingham, England 
January 23, 1988 

Slunky 22 A/B - Aud 3 (Scale 1-6) 

Lineage: 
Slunky Silvers > Kodak Silver CD-R > LiteOn iHAP 322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC 

Disc 1: 
1. Crossroads 
2. White Room 
3. I Shot the Sheriff 
4. Wonderful Tonight 
5. Run 
6. Same Old Blues 
7. Tearing Us Apart 
8. Holy Mother 

Disc 2: 
1. Badge 
2. Let it Rain 
3. Cocaine 
4. Edge of Darkness 
5. Layla 
6. Behind the Mask 
7. Sunshine of Your Love 
8. Money for Nothing 
9. Further On Up the Road 

Geetarz Comments: 
An excellent performance ... but the recording quality really detracts from the enjoyment of the experience. Recommended, but with reservations.

Slash with Myles Kennedy - 2010-08-15 - Sydney, AU (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Slash with Myles Kennedy - Max Sessions (Acoustic), Sydney Australia
August 15, 2010 (Broadcast October 16, 2010 on Foxtel's MAX Channel)
Digital Satellite PRO-SHOT / Broadcast October 16, 2010 on Foxtel's MAX Channel

DVD5
DVD video
MPEG2
AC3
Video Codec: MPEG2 PAL 25 fps, Video Bitrate : 8000 kbps, 16x9 (720x576 PAL)
Audio Codec : AC-3 (16bit/48KHz), Audio Bitrate : 192 kbps

01 Intro
02 Patience
03 Back From Cali
04 Fall To Pieces
05 Audience Q&A
06 Starlight
07 By The Sword
08 Kate Interviews Slash
09 Civil War
10 Sweet Child O' Mine

00:52:50







Pink Floyd - 2004 - Blurry Visions (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

VHSRip
DVD Video
MPEG2
PCM
MPEG2 Video 720x480 (4:3) NTSC 29.97fps 7186Kbps
English, 48000Hz stereo 1536Kbps (LinearPCM)

David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Roger Waters
Richard Wright

01. Us & Them
02. The Great Gig in the Sky
03. Signs of Life
04. Echoes - Video History
05. Learning to Fly
06. Keep Talking
07. TV Adverts
08. Peter Whitehead Mini Documentary
09. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
10. Wish You Were Here 25th Anniversary Shockwave Single

01:04:36

Default PCR DVD Pink Floyd-Blurry Visions
This is a title that I am especially happy to be able to share with you nice folks. It's been a long, long time in coming. It all started when I received a Floyd VoIO that contained some bonus materials. These materials, I thought, were extremely poorly done. I wished at the time that I could fix it up a bit... But, sadly, I did not have any of the original source materials - so I couldn't do a better job no matter how much I wanted to.

Off I went in pursuit of the necessary source materials. As I skipped down the Yellow Brick Road, I came across many wild and hairy creatures, indeed. Among those kindly souls was Andrew Webber - a very nice guy who has been helping me weed VoIOs since this group began. Although I saw no lions or tigers, I did stumble across bear - the moderator of a certain 15 year old Floyd discussion group. I was given nourishment and provisions by our host, Steve Bennett. And, the way to the Emerald City was illuminated by our dear friend Simon.

Thus fortified, accompanied, and directed, I was able to obtain the necessary source materials and forge them into a medium that everyone can easily enjoy.

What I am speaking of, specifically, is a number of films that are available online for "immediate viewing" - that is you can view them but can't download them, capture them, or manipulate them. Some of the host sites still exist - some have gone away. These films are what I would generally call "promo" films - music videos, films made to promote a particular album's release, and so forth. Typically, these films have not been shown on MTV or VH1 or anything similar. In other words, the internet versions are all there are. When these sites go away - and some already have - the films will simply not be available. The films, on the sites that are still around, can only be viewed in miniature on a small computer screen by those folks who don't have a dial-up connection.

This just did not seem, to me, to be a good thing. Even having the source files on a CDR does not solve the problem for those who fans who are not terribly computer literate. (Try explaining how to run a Flash film offline to someone who barely knows what the big blue "e" on their desktop is!)

What was obviously needed was to convert the films - properly - to DVD. This way anyone can view them offline at anytime on a nice large screen.

Because the films all originate from an internet source of one kind or another , they suffer from data compression. That's just the way the original files are, folks. There's nothing that can be done about it. This gives the films a slightly blurry feel. You'll know it when you see it. It also gives the disk it's title - Blurry Visions. The important thing was to avoid making the films any *more* blurry than they already were!!

Although the pickier folks out there might point out that one or two of the films were, indeed, shown on MTV (such as the Learning To Fly video), I would argue in return that I rather like this version. Plus, I had a few minutes of room left on the disk - and after all - why not include it ?

The vast bulk of these films have never been seen offline anywhere before. I'm more proud of this collection than any of my prior work. I have watched this disk over and over - more than any of my other disks by far.