Monday, July 31, 2017

Roger Waters - 2002-03-07 - Buenos Aires, ARG (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

FM Recording>eac>flac
March 7th, 2002
Estadio Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

Comforting Rain

01 - In the flesh
02 - The happiest days of our live
03 - Another brick in the wall (Part 2)
04 - Mother
05 - Get your filthy hands off my desert
06 - Southampton dock
07 - Pigs on the wings (Part 1)
08 - Dogs
09 - Shine on you crazy diamond (Parts 1 to 5)
10 - Welcome to the machine
11 - Wish you were here
12 - Shine on you crazy diamond (Parts 6 to 9)
13 - Set the control for the heart of the sun
14 - Breathe (in the air)
15 - Time
16 - Money
17 - Every strangers eyes
18 - Perfect sense (Part 1 & 2)
19 - The bravery of being out of range
20 - It's a miracle
21 - Amused to death
22 - Brain damage
23 - Eclipse
24 - Comfortably numb
25 - Each small candle

Leonard Cohen - 1979-12-08 - Birmingham, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Partial Soundboard FLAC)


New source - Mastered 5.5.05 by Artery

Birmingham Odeon

01. Sisters Of Mercy
02. Diamonds In The Mine
03. The Smokey Life
04. The Gypsy's Wife
05. 2 Quatrains
06. Chelsea Hotel #2
07. A Singer Must Die
08. The Partisan
09. Famous Blue raincoat
10. Our Lady Of Solitude
11. Billy Sunday

It's an incredible sounding SBD recording from Birmingham 1979 The official "Field Commender Cohen" has been played a 100s times over here - and the Birmingham recording makes a good companion to that (absolutely excellent) live album

Sunday, July 30, 2017

U2 - 2017-05-14 - Seattle, WA (IEM/AUD/MTX FLAC) "TAKE THE FUCIKING ROOF OFF!"


EVSD Silver

Multiple IEM + Aud

CD 1
01. Opening
02. Sunday Bloody Sunday
03. New Year's Day
04. A Sort Of Homecoming
05. Bad
06. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
07. Where The Streets Have No Name
08. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
09. With Or Without You
10. Bullet The Blue Sky
11. Running To Stand Still
12. Red Hill Mining Town

CD 2
13. In God's Country
14. Trip Through Your Wires
15. One Tree Hill
16. Exit
17. Mothers Of The Disappeared / El Pueblo Vencera (snippet)

18. Beautiful Day
19. Elevation
20. Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
21. One
22. Miss Sarajevo
23. The Little Things That Give You Away
24. I Will Follow

Bon Jovi - 2013-03-13 - St. Louis, MO (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Band name: Bon Jovi 
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 
Venue/location: Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Missouri, USA 
Tour name: The Because We Can Tour 
Recording type: Audience 
Taper(s): cptncrash76 
Media: Lossless; 2 CDS 
Source information: Digital Master 
Lineage: Sony ecm717 > zoom h2 (16 bit, 44.1 KHZ WAV) -> track splitting, level adjustments and fade in/out at beginning and end of show respectively in Goldwave -> encoded to flac level 6 
Generation: Master 
Total running time: 2:32:07 (152 minutes) 

Jon Bon Jovi - Lead vocals, rhythm guitar 
Richie Sambora - Lead guitar, Talkbox, backing vocals 
David Bryan - Piano, keyboards, backing vocals 
Tico Torres - Drums, percussion 
Hugh McDonald - Bass guitar, backing vocals 
Bobby Bandiera - Rhythm guitar, backing vocals 

01. Intro 
02. You Give Love a Bad Name 
03. Raise Your Hands 
04. Lost Highway 
05. Because We Can 
06. That's What The Water Made Me 
07. It's My Life 
08. Someday I'll Be Saturday Night 
09. What About Now 
10. Whole Lot of Leavin' (as much as I don't want to write it) 
11. Superman Tonight 
12. We Got it Goin' On (Richie is starting to get into it!) 
13. Keep The Faith 
14. Amen 
15. Bed of Roses 
16. I'll Be There For You 
17. Runaway 
18. We Weren't Born to Follow 
19. Sleep When I'm Dead 
20. Wanted Dead Or Alive 
21. Who Says You Can't Go Home 
22. Bad Medicine 
23. Old Time Rock'N'Roll (with Bad Medicine reprise) 
24. Encore break 
25. You Want to Make a Memory 
26. Born to Be My Baby 
27. Have a Nice Day 
28. Livin' On a Prayer 

Notes and comments: 
Recorded from the lower bowl - side stage 

I'd first like to thank the taper for sharing this gem with me! I first saw Bon Jovi on the Because We Can Tour in 2013 in Louisville. This show was the night before mine, and with Paragon so difficult to contact, I fear I'll never get a chance to work on the show that got me into trading live music. This is also the fourth to last show Richie played with Bon Jovi. I'm giving my all to this one, because even though it has it's complications, this tour is dear to me. Speaking of complications, the show kicks off with a glitch, as the sound system messes up just as the band is ready to kick into the first song! I don't like to spoil the setlist in my reviews, so in general, the first several are generic. In track 8, the harmonies really ring clearer than most shows, and Richie and David are really showing off. Phenomenal vocal work! Also, holy mother of god, Richie is showing off those "Aftermath of the Lowdown" guitar skills on KTF. It was well-known that Richie didn't really want to go on tour to support What About now, and upon leaving the band after the March 17 show in Lubbock, Texas went on to work with Orianthi and form RSO. But after We Got it Goin' On in St. Louis, Richie seems to have the old 2003 KTF energy back (at least, it seems that way to me) kickin' ass on both of his solos, and opening it up for David and Bobby to follow up with fantastic jams of their own. In the words of Paragon, "this is the first time I've really enjoyed Bobby's work with the band." I have done no fades or splitting to accomidate burning discs, as to avoid disrupting the live experience. If you would like to, I suggest beginning disc two after track 15. Keep the Faith is a much cooler disc transition, but the length of the show and where KTF is placed in the setlist makes that impossible.

Jethro Tull - 1973-07-23 - Oakland, CA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Oakland Coliseum

PRRP 044 A Hush In The Play

Master Audience Reel > WAV > FLAC > Remastered and Re-Tracked > FLAC

Ian Anderson - Vocals, Guitar, Flute & Saxophone
Barriemore Barlow - Drums & Percussion
Martin Barre - Lead Guitars
John Evans - Keyboards
Jeffrey Hammond-Hammond - Bass Guitars

Disc One
- A Passion Play -
01. Lifebeats 08:57
02. Prelude 02:25
03. The Silver Chord 04:24
04. Re-Assuring Tune 01:14
05. Memory Bank 04:32
06. Best Friends 04:35
07. Critique Oblique 05:15
08. Forest Dance #1 01:15
09. The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles 04:15
10. Forest Dance #2 01:43
11. The Foot Of Our Stairs 04:50
12. Overseer Overture 03:26
13. Flight From Lucifer 03:52
14. 10:08 From Paddington 01:06
15. Magus Perde 03:58
16. Epilogue 01:41
17. Thick As A Brick 17:07
18. Cross-Eyed Mary 04:09

Disc Two
01. No Rehearsal (segment) 02:12
02. Drum Solo (cut) 08:09
03. Instrumental 05:21
04. Maternity Ward 01:24
05. Aqualung 10:07
06. Band Introductions 01:35
07. Wind Up 13:05
08. Locomotive Breath 06:38
09. Wind Up Reprise 06:01

Notes on PRRP 044 A Hush In The Play:

And Now For Something Completely Different?
The year was 1972 and Jethro Tull was on a roll. “Aqualung” and “Thick As A Brick” had been very successful albums and the band was receiving the praise and attention that they deserved. The music press of yhe UK had been kind in their reviews and noted music journalist Chris Welch was even considered a good friend. So what was next? The Tull website describes it well.

“... work began in Switzerland (in August 1972), then studios in France (mostly to escape high British tax rates). Enough tracks to fill three sides of a double album were developed when technical problems in the studio, and band members' longing for home, caused all but four tracks to be scrapped (some of this material, like 'Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day,' would appear on 'War Child'). The dreadful experience lead Ian to dub the Chateau d'Herouville studio as the 'Chateau d'Isaster.' With only seventeen days left before the American tour, Ian wrote new material and vastly restructured some of the 'Chateau d'Isaster' ideas and the band recorded the 45-minute album, 'A Passion Play' ... Thematically, the concept album chronicles, as the title implies, a story of life and death, beginning with a recently deceased man viewing his own funeral, descending into purgatory and Hell, then reincarnated.” -

This new album was tracked only as “part one” and “part two”, each taking up a full side of the original LP record. It was not until the 1998 release of the Gold Remaster version of 'A Passion Play” that the originally intended tracking of the show was known and used. From that listing, one can see that the only track to survive from the Chateau d'Herouville sessions and make it onto this album was the song “Critique Oblique”, though “Tiger Toon” was re-worked to produce the Passion Play's “Prelude”. The album was to rise to number one in the United States and number 13 in the UK, but not without a few bumps along the way.

The new tour with “A Passion Play” was supposed to begin on April 28th 1973 at the Wembley Empire Pool but this two-night booking was cancelled, despite sold out shows. Tull fans then looked to the start of the US tour for the first performance of the new material. On May 4th, the performance began in Evansville, Indiana with the opening “Lifebeats” but the accompanying film was not shown. Later in the show, the “Hare” film was shown out of context but broke down, as it did on May 30th in Toronto. The next night in Clemson, SC the equipment truck arrived late and so the soundcheck was performed in front of the audience. Since the show did not start until 10pm, “A Passion Play” was omitted from the set. The next night's show in Maryland was cancelled because the equipment truck broke down. Great confusion exists regarding the next 10 days in Tull history. Some claim that the band spent 4 days in Knoxville, TN rehearsing the new material, while others claim (with inconsistency) that Jethro Tull concerts were performed and attended. Finally, according to written account, “A Passion Play” was definitely performed in Hampton, VA on May 17th and Richmond, VA on May 18th.

After finishing the first leg of the American Tour, and in a move that defies logistical sanity, the band returned to the UK in June to play the two previously cancelled shows at the Empire Pool, June 22nd and 23rd, the only UK shows of the tour. As reported in Melody Maker on June 23rd, Tull's manager Terry Ellis admitted that all the proceeds from the two gigs would likely be used just to cover the cost of returning the equipment from the US and then flying it all back out again for the second leg of the American tour.

Once familiar with the material in the live setting, the band expected smooth sailing. “A Passion Play” was released in the UK on July 6th and was then released in the US on July 23rd, the day of this Oakland show. Audiences, who had understandably never heard the new material, seemed to receive it warmly. Sadly, the critics had other ideas. After playing three nights in Inglewood, CA (July 20-22), the Los Angeles Times printed these comments from Robert Hilburn:

“By the time Tull left the stage Sunday night, nearly 75,000 persons had paid upwards of $400,000 to see the British rock group ... I only hope they found the show more rewarding than I did. There were, to be sure, moments of high style and imagination, particularly in the use of film, but there were also some moments of extremely tedious music. While the group's stage antics at that time - highlighted by Anderson's flitting around like a wild-eyed, super-charged Captain Hook gone mad - and fire-breathing instrumental arrangements dominated by a sort of huff-and-puff flute sound - were among the most colorful in rock, there was a lack of strong, central focus to Anderson's lyrics that kept the group's music from realizing its full potential.

Things did, however, begin impressively at the Forum. Following a spirited set by Steeleye Span (a British group which has effectively merged traditional folk with modern electronics), the Tull portion of the evening began when a small white dot appeared on a movie screen at the rear of the stage. The dot flashed off and on in time with an amplified heartbeat. Slowly, the dot grew larger and larger. After several minutes it turned red, and a ballerina joined it on screen. At first, the dancer was lying motionless on her back. Slowly coming alive, she eventually leaped through a mirror in what was a stunning piece of film. At that instant, the screen was raised and the group came on stage to begin A Passion Play, a chiefly instrumental work that alternates, in typical Tull fashion, between gentle moments and sudden, dramatic bursts of power.

While it holds your attention for a while, its instrumental repetition and its un-arresting, inaccessible lyrics eventually undercut its impact. After 20 minutes, mercifully, the group gave way to another engaging Anderson film (The Hare). After the film, the group returned with another numbing 20 minutes of A Passion Play and then 15 minutes of Thick As A Brick. It then moved into some of the better known tunes from Aqualung. If there was ever any question about the rambling, disjointed nature of Anderson's longer works, the placement of these punchier, crisper, more concise pieces from Aqualung on the same show answered it. Anderson remains a talented, serious, imaginative artist, but his extended works need more easily identifiable, engaging themes and varied musical elements if they are to be worthy of the attention he wants for them.” R. Hilburn 24th July 1973

Chris Welch, attending the Empire Pool shows, describes other aspects of the show and adds his own commentary:

“... one and a half hours solid good music by Jethro Tull at the Empire Pool, Wembley, would have been sufficient to send home many more contented fans. Instead, an over-long over-produced marathon seriously impaired their impact - and their reputation ... The Passion Play which constituted the first part of the concert, and is the basis of their next album, was a disappointment ... (yet) Ian played soprano sax with a bug attachment, with considerable facility, which added a new tonal dimension to the band sound. Jeffery Hammond-Hammond their bass player charged around the stage in a suit and Panama hat, in a kind of Monty Python-ish silly walk that seemed a parody of the natural movements of a musician inspired by his music.

The piece continued unabated, and bearing in mind we haven't heard the album yet, seemed to take a considerable time to show any signs of cohesion. The structure had a kind of Elizabethan mode, with a plethora of changes that did not resolve into any satisfying or logical direction ... the lyrics or story of the Passion Play did not communicate one whit ... part of the play was taken up with a film (The Hare), filmed in colour featuring members of the group and a ballet company. This fell flat at first, greeted with yells of 'No substitute,' with which I was bound to agree, although a colleague who thought the whole show terrible, said the film was the best part, which at least shows how opinions can differ ...” C. Welch, Melody Maker 30th June 1973

Ian Anderson was not too pleased with the reviews of the new Tull material. There were even rumors of a plan to halt the tour and disband Jethro Tull permanently. Fortunately for Tull fans the band has continued well into the 21st century. Most serious Jethro Tull fans have a strong opinion of “A Passion Play”, either positive or negative but all will agree that it was a unique experience in the history of the band.

Now let's move on to this recording; July 23rd, 1973 in Oakland, California. The show is from the master tape and is almost complete. Sadly, only a segment of the song “No Rehearsal” was present and was tracked separately. This is a song created during the Chateau d'Herouville sessions which was played during live performances in 1973. The drum solo is also cut at the beginning and we chose not to patch it. At the beginning of the recording we have tracked the entire Passion Play using the originally intended listing provided by the band. Towards the end, if you listen closely to the extended instrumental section of “Wind-up” you will hear segments that clearly become “Minstrel in the Gallery” later on in 1975. Finally, Anderson ends the show with the ringing telephone which was a metaphor for the time.
PRRP Staff

Notes from the Re-Master
We began with a FLAC encoded, digitised copy of the master tape. With the first listen it was clear that the hiss level was excessive and reduced appreciation of the subtle aspects of the show. There were also many microphone bumps that needed to be removed or reduced as much as possible along with other clicks and pops. The complete show is here except for a truncated “No Rehearsal” and the incomplete beginning of the drum solo. We chose to leave those segments un-altered rather than patching them from another source. For a 1973 audience recording this is quite good quality. Still, the frequency response drops significantly above 7,500Hz. Tonality needed adjustment given midrange excesses and excessive high-bass frequencies. Because auto-record-level circuits were in play, there were a number of partial dropouts found requiring repair. There were other single channel partial dropouts that also needed repair.

The original master tracked the Passion Play section as a single track. We added tracking to reflect the full tracking intended by Jethro Tull at the time. We also adjusted other track points. Finally, analysis showed that speed correction was needed and was applied to the whole show.

Bruce Springsteen - 2003-03-07 - Atlantic City, NJ (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Title: Are You Ready?
Label: None Listed
Catalog #: C001-003
Format:3 CD
Source: Audience Tape   
Bruce Base:
Story Teller:   
Total Time: 2 hours 45 minutes 24 seconds
Date: 7th March 2003   
Location: Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ

Transfer/Trade and Generation Info: Original Silvers -> Eac (Secure) -> Flac (Level 8, Align on SB, Verify)

Disc 1: (51:38)
01 Atlantic City (7:12)
02 The Rising (5:27)
03 Lonesome Day (4:31)
04 Prove It All Night (6:33)
05 Empty Sky (7:22)
06 You're Missing (5:27)
07 Waitin On A Sunny Day (6:57)
08 DoesThis Bus Stop At 82nd Street (3:30)
09 Saint In The City (4:39)

Disc 2: (56:39)
01 Worlds Apart (7:27)
02 Badlands (6:45)
03 Out In The Street (6:26)
04 Marys Place (14:58)
05 Countin On A Miracle (6:31)
06 Jersey Girl (6:40)
07 Into The Fire (7:52)

Disc 3: (57:07)
01 Tell Me Why (4:54)
02 Glory Days (8:26)
03 Born To Run (5:41)
04 My City Of Ruins (7:54)
05 Born In The USA (5:41)
06 Land Of Hope And Dreams (9:33)
07 Dancing In The Dark (6:32)
08 Roll Of The Dice (8:26)

The Notting Hillbillies - 1998-07-16 - Birmingham, UK (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)


SETLIST (2h.19'):
01 Intro
02 Run me down
03 One way gal
04 Good rockin' tonight
05 Your own sweet way
06 Railroad worksong
07 Why worry
08 Water of love
09 Rope stretching
10 Hobo's lullaby
11 Meet me in the bottom
12 Denomination blues
13 K.C. Moan
14 Can't be satisfied
15 Blues stay away from me
16 Calling Elvis
17 His latest flame
18 You better move on
19 Bewildered
20 Mystery train
21 Are we in trouble now
22 Setting me up
23 Feel like going home
24 Nadine
25 The next time I'm in town

Additional comments: Poupystar Creation. Good picture and sound quality. Filmed from the first row. Mark Knopfler is mainly filmed on this recording. Includes the song "You better move on" (sung by Mark Knopfler and only played once on this tour). Also a very cool version of Nadine. Complete concert. DVD menu. Cover.

Talking Heads - 1979-09-15 - Austin, TX (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Armadillo World HQ
VIDEO- NTSC 4:3(MPEG 2, 720X480)
No Art

01. Artists Only
02. Stay Hungry
03. Cities
04. Paper
05. Mind
06. Heaven
07. Book I Read
08. Air
09. Warning Sign
10. Love > Building On Fire
11. Found A Job
12. Memories Can't Wait
13. Psycho Killer


A very rare, close, and clear audience recording. The sound is good, contains some hiss, and nearly no audience noise. Single cam. Nice show but a few generations off.

The Notting Hillbillies - 1999-07-23 - London, UK (DVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Ronnie Scott's Jazzclub

01 Intro
02 Run me down
03 One way gal
04 Good rockin' tonight
05 Your own sweet way
06 Railroad worksong
07 Why worry
08 Water of love
09 Mississippi blues
10 Hobo's lullaby
11 Meet me in the bottom
12 Denomination blues
13 K.C. Moan
14 Can't be satisfied
15 Blues stay away from me
16 Calling Elvis
17 Cool drink of water
18 His latest flame
19 Tomorrow night
20 House rockin' boogie
21 Are we in trouble now
22 Setting me up
23 Wild Theme
24 Feel like going home
25 The next time I'm in town

Setlist (2h.24'):

Additional comments: Poupystar Creation. Good picture and sound quality. The nice thing is that it features quite a lot of special guests: Chris White & Dave O'Higgins (saxophone), Chris Barber (trombon), Bobby Valentino (fiddle) and B.J. Cole (pedal-steel). Nicely filmed with some good close ups. The picture quality is good, allthough it's a bit dark. The sound quality is very good. Complete concert. Cover.

David Bowie - Monsters to Ashes (Various FLAC)

(Various FLAC)

Artwork: Included
Source: Outtakes and tv recording

Trade>>>wave>>>eac>>>flac 8>>>you

01 - It'S No Game No.2 (Alternate Take)
02 - Cameras In Brooklyn (Early Version Of Up The Hill Backwards)
03 - Scary Monsters (Alternate Take)
04 - Ashes To Ashes (12Minute Disco Version)
05 - Teenage Wildlife (Alternate Take)
06 - Screanm Like A Baby (Early Version)
07 - Kingdom Come (Alternate Take)
08 - Because Your Young (Alternate Take)
09 - Is There Life After Marriage?
10 - Ashes To Ashes(Tonight Show 5Th Sep 1980)
11 - Life On Mars (Tonight Show 5Th Sep 1980)
12 - Man Who Sold The World (Saturday Night Live 15Th Dec.1979)
13 - Boys Keep Swining (Saturday Night Live 15Th Dec.1979)
14 - Tvc15 (Saturday Night Live 15Th Dec.1979)
15 - Panic In Detroit (Recorded During Scary Monsters Sessions)
16 - Iam A Laser    (Please Note This Track Plays Fine But Came Up With Issues In Eac)
17 - Tired Of My Life

bonus tracks
Everyone says hi (harold schmidt 11th july 11th july 2002

Crosby Stils Nash Young - 1969-11-28 - Dallas, TX (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX, 

Newly discovered complete audience recording, re-pitched, de-hummed and remastered.

Disc 1:
1. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
2. Blackbird
3. Helplessly Hoping
4. Guinnevere
5. Teach Your Children
6. Lady Of The Island
7. Black Queen
8. 49 Bye-Byes / For What It's Worth

Disc 2:
1. I've Loved Her So Long
2. Helpless
3. On The Way Home
4. You Don't Have To Cry
5. Pre-Road Downs
6. And So Begins The Task
7. Long Time Gone
8. Woodstock
9. Wooden Ships
10. Down By The River
11. Almost Cut My Hair

The only CSNY live rendition of Cut My Hair before 1974 Tour

1969 Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Tour
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Line Up 1
Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards
David Crosby - vocals, guitar
Stephen Stills - vocals, guitar, keyboards
Graham Nash - vocals, guitar, organ
Gregory Reeves - bass
Dallas Taylor - drums

Yes - 1978-09-19 - Richfield, OH (FM/SHN)

(FM broadcast SHN)

Richfield Coliseum

Madrigal Mystery Tour (Highland HL 046/47#Y9)
Radio Broadcast
Artwork lists the city as Cleveland; Richfield is 'roughly halfway between Cleveland and Akron", Ohio (

shn files shared by dave ;] in a folder named 'Yes - Tour 10 - Tormato - 1of7\1978, 09-19 - SBD - Madrigal Mystery Tour'
Info file and md5 file added.

cd 1
01 Opening ~ Siberian Khatru (11.18)
02 Heart Of The Sunrise (10.01)
03 Future Times ~ Rejoice (6.57)
04 Circus Of Heaven (5.04)
05 Time And A Word (4.24)
06 Long Distance Runaround (1.55)
07 The Fish (incl. Survival & Ritual) (5.22)
08 Perpetual Change (7.28)
09 The Gates Of Delirium (Soon) (6.16)
10 Don't Kill The Whale (3.56)
11 Madrigal ~ The Clap (4.57)

cd 2
01 Starship Trooper (10.11)
02 Rick Wakeman Solo (4.36)
03 Awaken (16.19)
04 I've Seen All Good People (7.14)
05 Roundabout (8.24)
06 Madrigal (1.30)
07 On The Silent Wings Of Freedom (8.39)
08 And You And I (10.27)

Aerosmith - 2001-06-14 - Orlando, FL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Date: 2001-06-14
Location: Orlando, FL
Venue: Orlando Arena
Tour: Just Push Play

Dvd type: 
Pro shot
Duration: 1h 27m
Chapters & Menu's Available: Yes
Number Of Cameras: Many
Number of DVDs: 1 (4.06 GB)

Duration: 1:26:21
Data Size: 3.72 GB
Bit Rate: 6.17 Mbps

Video Tracks:
224 MPEG-2, 720 × 480, 4:3, 29.97 fps, 8.00 Mbps, lower field first

Audio Tracks:
160 PCM stereo, 48 kHz, 1.54 Mbps

Stream Files:
VTS_01_1.VOB (1023.83 MB)
VTS_01_2.VOB (1023.83 MB)
VTS_01_3.VOB (1023.83 MB)
VTS_01_4.VOB (738.15 MB)

Linage: Pro (In House Transfer Feed)* > ? Transfer > (1st Gen)* VHS > PC Authoring iMovie > iDVD for Mac > DVD-R > torrent

01. Beyond Beautiful 
02. Love In An Elevator 
03. Jaded 
04. Just Push Play 
05. Big Ten Inch Record 
06. Fly Away From Here 
07. Pink 
08. Mama Kin 
09. Dream On 
10. Rats In The Cellar 
11. Under My Skin 
12. I Don't Want To Miss A Thing 
13. Back in the Saddle 
14. Cryin' 
15. Walk This Way 
16. Uncle Salty/Sweet Emotion

Thin Lizzy - 1976-11-15 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon

dime > trader's den

01. Jailbreak (5:51)
02. Massacre (3:01)
03. Still In Love With You (9:31)
04. Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (4:03)
05. The Boys Are Back In Town (5:15)
06. Rosalie (5:18)
07. Suicide (5:23)
08. Warriors (4:18)
09. Sha-La-La (7:28)
10. Baby Drives Me Crazy (9:40)
11. Me And The Boys (10:02)
12. The Rocker (4:18)

Time: 74:07

Kiss - 1976-09-06 - Toronto, Canada (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Label:Backstage 1994
Produced by Why Not? S.r.l.
Tour:The Hot And Thunderous "Destroyer World Tour"

Silvers-> EAC-> FLAC 8

01 - Detroit Rock City
02 - King Of The Night Time World
03 - Let Me Go, Rock 'n Roll
04 - Strutter
05 - Hotter Than Hell
06 - Nothin' To Lose
07 - Cold Gin
08 - Shout It Out Loud
09 - Do You Love Me
10 - God Of Thunder
11 - Rock And Roll All Nite->
12 - Deuce
13 - Firehouse
14 - Black Diamond

Saturday, July 29, 2017

George Michael (R.I.P.) - 1988-05-31 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Westwood One Recording > CD-R > EAC > WAV > Goldwave (for volume boost) > Flac level 8

01 Hard Day

02 Everything She Wants
03 I'm Your Man
04 A Different Corner
05 Love's In Need Of Love Today
06 Father Figure
07 One More Try
08 I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)
09 Careless Whisper
10 Lady Marmalade
11 I Want Your Sex Pt. I, II & III

This is truly one of the very best George Michael bootlegs to ever surface. This was recorded during the height of his commericial success, on the wildly successful Faith Tour. George is at the very top of his game vocally, even hitting the high notes in "One More Try" with ease. "Hard Day" comes off much better here than it does on record, making for an excellent lead-off track. The Stevie Wonder cover, "Love's In Need Of Love Today" is a song that suits George's voice perfectly and he really shines on it. The hit duet with Aretha Franklin, "I Knew You We're Waiting" is performed solo here, and you really don't miss Aretha, George nails it on his own. "Careless Whisper" is milked to the extreme, with an extended saxaphone solo that really takes this epic to the next level. Deon Estus, bass player and backround vocalist is a standout on this recording, laying down a solid groove throughout the show. The 1996 unplugged shows are excellent, but this recording, with a full band is very, very special.

Aerosmith - 1976-10-26 - Offenbach, DE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Soundboard Recording Of Unknown Generation Untracked Cdr To Audio Cleaning Lab For Track Marks To Wav 16/44.1 To Tlh Flac Level 8 No Eq Or Other Tampering 

Steven Tyler Vocals 
Joe Perry Guitar 
Brad Whitford Guitar 
Tom Hamilton Bass 
Joey Kramer Drums 

01 Intro 
02 Mama Kin 
03 Write Me 
04 S.O.S. (Too Bad) 
05 Lick And A Promise 
06 Big Ten Inch Record 
07 Sweet Emotion 
08 Rats In The Cellar 
09 Dream On 
10 Lord Of The Thighs 
11 Last Child 
12 Walk This Way 
13 Sick As A Dog 
14 Same Old Song And Dance 
15 Train Kept A Rollin' 
16 Get The Lead Out(with guitar solo and train reprise) 
17 Toys In The Attic 

Kraftwerk - 1975-09-21 - Croydon, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Fairfield Halls

SBD -> ? -> CDR(X) -> EAC -> FLAC 1.1.2 -> FLAC (level 8)

01. Kling Klang (10:38)
02. Tongebirge (02:06)
03. Tanzmusik (05:35)
04. Ruckzuck (08:31)
05. Prolog Im Himmel / Kometenmelodie 1 (04:53)
06. Die Sonne, Der Monde, Die Sterne (02:56)
07. Kometenmelodie 2 (07:32)
08. Mitternacht / Showroom Dummies (11:15)
09. Autobahn (17:29)

This concert is a wonder, excellent sound and performance. It was recorded at Fairfield Hall in Croydon UK, according to the notes, and either a soundboard or fm broadcast. Regardless, it's a very representative show from 1975 with Kommetmelody and Autobahn, from a classic period. Unfortunately the torrent had no flac log, except what is below. Enjoy, and it does have some lineage. an artwork .jpeg is included, nice cover! Thank you to the original taper, the uploader, and anyone else involved with this. I have the fm, although somewhat ratty, of the Chicago Aragon performance from that year, off WXRT FM, which is 65 minutes. It's on recordable 8-track, remember those? This setlist follows it almost exactl They toured with Greenslade opening for them, but had them removed from the tour later. It seems they rocked, and were followed by two guys sitting at an array of synths, which was confusing and didn't go over well, according to the Chicago Tribune, at the time.

Massive Attack - 1998-05-12 - Vienna, AT (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Libro music hall, Vienna, Austria,1998 - 05 - 12(radio broadcast)

FM - Sony Dat TCD-D7 - HDD - WAV – FLAC

01 - Angel
02 - Risingson
03 - Man next door
04 - Five man army
05 - Teardrop
06 - Karmacoma
07 - Hymn of the big wheel
08 - Eurochild
09 - Spying glass
10 - Mezzanine
11 - One love
12 - Safe from harm
13 - Heart mister
14 - Inertia creeps
15 - Infinishined sympathy
16 - Group four

Nirvana - 1991-11-27 - Birmingham, UK (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

The Hummingbird

built-in > unknown

Sony DCR-TRV320E > IEEE 1394 > Adobe Premiere Pro 3.0 / Adobe Audition 3.0 > Cinema Craft Encoder SP3 > DVD-lab PRO 2.30

VID8(M) [PAL] > AVI [DV25] > M2V/WAV [8.0Mbps CBR/48kHz PCM] > DVDR(0)


01. intro
02. Drain You (cut)
03. Aneurysm (cut)
04. Floyd The Barber
05. Smells Like Teen Spirit
06. About A Girl
07. Polly
08. Lithium
09. Sliver
10. Been A Son
11. On A Plain
12. Negative Creep
13. Endless, Nameless

The Who - 1982-10-20 - Seattle, WA (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard SHN)

Venue: The Kingdome; Seattle, WA.
Date: 10-20-82
Source: soundboard/FM ? SBD>1st gen.analog>SHN
Quality: EX/EX-
Media: 2 cdr SHN. that folds out to 2 cdr audio
Remastered by: John Atyim
Artwork by: Dan "The Pen Ball Wizard"

Disc 1:
01. My Generation
02. I Can't Explain
03. Dangerous
04. Sister Disco
05. The Quiet One
06. It's Hard
07. Eminence Front
08. Behind BLue Eyes
09. Baba O'Riley
10. I Can See For Miles
11. Drowned
12. A Man Is A Man

Disc 2:
01. Cry If You Want
02. Who Are You
03. Pinball Wizard
04. See Me Feel Me
05. 5:15
06. Love Reign O'er Me
07. Long Live Rock
08. Won't Get Fooled Again
09. Magic Bus
10. Summertime Blues
11. Twist And Shout

Slayer - 2004-10-14 - Stockholm, SWE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)


FM -> WAV [44.1kHz] -> FLAC [Level 8]

Technics FM reciver-> Audigy 2 Sound Blaster Line in -> Soundforge 6.0 -> WAV [44.1kHz] (2005) -> Adobe Audition -> xATC (2011)

01 - DJ Intro
02 - Disciple
03 - War Ensamble
04 - At Dawn They Sleep
05 - Fight Till Death
06 - Dead Skin Mask
07 - Seasons In The Abyss
08 - Chemical Warfare
09 - Hell Awaits
10 - South Of Heaven
11 - Postmortem
12 - Raining Blood
13 - DJ Outro

Paul McCartney - 2013-06-25 - Verona, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Arena di Verona, Italy - June 25, 2013

Core Sound mic > Zoom H2 > wave > soundforge > cdr > flac level 6

Paul McCartney: vocals, bass, piano, guitars
Paul "Wix" Wickens: keyboards, backing vocals
Abe Laboriel Jr.: drums, percussions, backing vocals
Rusty Anderson: lead guitars, backing vocals
Brian Ray: guitars, backing vocals

CD1: 78'10''
01 intro
02 Eight Days a Week
03 Junior's Farm
04 All My Loving
05 Listen to What the Man Said
06 Let Me Roll It / Foxy Lady
07 Paperback Writer
08 My Valentine
09 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
10 The Long and Winding Road
11 Maybe I'm Amazed
12 I've Just Seen a Face
13 We Can Work It Out
14 Another Day
15 And I Love Her
16 Blackbird
17 Here Today
18 Your Mother Should Know
19 Lady Madonna
20 All Together Now
21 Lovely Rita

CD2: 79' 00''
01 Mrs. Vandebilt
02 Eleanor Rigby
03 Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
04 Something
05 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
06 Band on the Run
07 Back in the U.S.S.R.
08 Let It Be
09 Live and Let Die
10 Hey Jude
11 Day Tripper
12 Hi, Hi, Hi
13 Get Back
14 Yesterday
15 Helter Skelter
16 Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End