sabato 1 ottobre 2022

Elton John - 2016-02-07 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Olympia, 
FM broadcast NDR 2 (Germany), 04.04.2016

lineage: 
Harman Kardon AVR 11 (cable) -> Realtek HD Audio -> AIMP-2 Recorder -> stream (flac level 8) -> edit, rework of gaps, reconstruction (begin) of two tracks (track 1, 11) and split with Audacity 1.3 -> tracks (flac level 8) -> final tag with foobar 2000

Elton John – Lead vocals, Piano
Nigel Olsson – Drums, vocals
Davey Johnstone – Guitar, vocals
John Mahon – Percussion, vocals
Kim Bullard – Keyboard
Matt Bissonette – Bass
Ray Cooper – Percussion
Tata Vega – Backing vocals
Rose Stone – Backing vocals
Lisa Stone – Backing vocals
Jean Witherspoon – Backing vocals

01. That's Why They Call It The Blues
02. Bennie And The Jets
03. Levon
04. Looking Up
05. A Good Heart
06. Daniel
07. Tiny Dancer
08. Wonderful Crazy Night
09. Blue Wonderful
10. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
11. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
12. The Bitch Is Back
13. Your Song
14. Guilty Pleasure

runtime: 71 min.

Rainbow - 1981-07-27 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)


(Mono Soundboard FLAC)

01 - Over The Rainbow
02 - Spotlight Kid
03 - Love's No Friend
04 - I Surrender
05 - Man On The Silver Mountain
06 - Catch The Rainbow
07 - Can't Happen Here
08 - Keyboard Solo incl. Eyes Of The World
09 - Lost In Hollywood
10 - Guitar Solo incl. A Light In The Black
11 - Difficult To Cure
12 - Drum Solo
13 - Long Live Rock'n Roll
14 - All Night Long
15 - Fire
16 - Maby Next Time
17 - Since You Been Gone


Original Notes:

Recorded at the legendary Hammersmith Odeon on 27th of July, 1981, the last date of the Difficult to Cure tour.  There's some cuts in 3 or 4 tracks but there's still about 75 minutes of pure Hard-Blackmore-Rock.

James Taylor - 1970-04-25 - Cambridge, MA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

James Taylor
Sanders Theatre
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA April 25, 1970

Lineage:
SB Tape > ? > CD5 > EAC > Wav > Original 2007 FLAC > Jazamo 2014 Fixes > Align Sector Boundries > Flac > Check Decodeability > Traders Little Helper

Set-1
01) With A Little Help From My Friends (The Beatles)
02) Anywhere Like Heaven (Additional Lyrics)
03) Steamroller
04) Blossom
05) Mannish Boy
06) Okie From Muskogee
07) Greensleeves
08) For Free (Joni Mitchell)
09) Fire And Rain
10) Carolina In My Mind
11) Riding On A Railroad
12) Isn't It Nice To Be Home Again

Set-2
01) Carolina In My Mind
02) Brighten Your Night With My Day
03) Tube Rose Snuff Song
04) Sunny Skies
05) In My Reply (Livingston Taylor)
06) Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Ray Charles)
07) Oh Susannah
08) Sweet Baby James
09) Fire And Rain
10) Diamonds In The Rough (Carter Family)

Jazamo Notes & Fixes 10/18/2014:
Set-1 seems complete, but Set-2 might be missing a song or two. Overall there were many Volume Fluctuations to Set-1, and Set-2 was recorded too hot. I have adjusted the Volume overall for more consistant sound. Track 1-01 cut in abruptly, I removed -.05 seconds to smooth show intro. Track 1-05 has a click rhythm which might sound like static to some, but its not. Track 1-11 had fade-Out-> Fade-In at the end applause, I fixed that. Added fade outs to ends of sets Track 1-12 and 2-10. Finally the Jan 2007 Dime upload of the song "Sunshine Sunshine" had numerous dropouts in source file making it unlistenable. The original seeder then re-upped the entire set with the track fixed but had not been reposted in dime since 2007. I didn't think I should hold back this "Diamonds In The Rough" show any longer so I have deleted the damaged track from my fixed set.

Here's a great James Taylor show performing Solo in Cambridge Massachusetts in early 1970. Through the 2 sets James is loose, funny, and gives a story tellers background to many of the songs to a loving audience glued to his every word. The Original 2007 file set suffered from Volume Fluctuations, 1 damaged track, and cuts. I have Fixed and cleaned up the whole show to improve the overall listening experience. The show is Sound Board sourced and contains some tape hiss (Hear Samples). Many thanks to the original seeder Jitters. A great document of early James "Diamonds In The Rough", as always your comments are Appreciated!

Elton John - 2006-11-18 - Basel, CH (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

cdr - wav - flac

Basel, Switzerland AVO Sessions  11/18/2006

Great Soundboard from broadcast

01 - Introduction/Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
02 - Bennie And The Jets
03 - Philadelphia Freedom
04 - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
05 - Daniel
06 - Rocket Man
07 - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
08 - Take Me To The Pilot
09 - Band Introductions/Someone Saved My Life Tonight
10 - Postcards From Richard Nixon
11 - Tinderbox
12 - Blues Never Fade Away
13 - The Bridge
14 - The Captain And The Kid
15 - Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
16 - Crocodile Rock
17 - The Bitch Is Back
18 - Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting
19 - Your Song

Metallica - 1987-02-13 - Gothenburg, SWE (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Metallica
Riffs
Pipeline - PPL 520 - unofficial release (mislabeled w/ wrong date and venue se notes below)
1987-02-13
Frölundaborg
Gothenburg, Sweden

Silvers > EAC > You
includes log and artwork

01. Master Of Puppets 8:24
02. For Whom The Bell Tolls 4:13
03. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 6:29
04. Ride The Lightning 6:54
05. Jason's Bass Solo 5:26
06. Whiplash 4:12
07. The Thing That Should Not Be 5:39
08. Fade To Black 7:10
09. Seek And Destroy 6:31
10. Creeping Death 7:28
11. Four Horsemen 7:00*^
12. Riffs 1:47*
13. Kirk's Guitar Solo 2:14
14. Am I Evil?/Damage, Inc. 4:55

* track names switched up on silver release artwork
^ Band messes up in the middle of 4 Horsemen pause then take it up again -

- strange one here indeed - Artwork claims this is from Woopie Theatre in Scarsdale Illinois - the only mention on google I find of a Woopie Theater anywhere is in regards to this silver realize and that it is wrong ( http://fakes.metpage.org/ )
also Track 11 - Four Horsemen and Track 12 names seemed to be switched on the artwork - 11 is 4 Horsemen really and track 12 is just some riffing on guitars -

Pearl Jam - 1991-10-06 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

PEARL JAM
October 6, 1991
Palladium
Hollywood, CA

01 Wash
02 Once
03 Even Flow
04 Alive
05 Jeremy
06 Why Go
07 Porch

SOUNDBOARD REMASTER SERIES 2012
Artwork by ridleybradout

SOURCE: Promo CD

Pearl Jam - 1992-02-12 - Amsterdam, NL (pre-FM/FLAC)


(pre-FM FLAC)

PEARL JAM
February 12, 1992
Melkweg
Amsterdam, Holland

01 Wash
02 Once
03 Even Flow
04 State Of Love And Trust
05 Alive
06 Black
07 Deep
08 Jeremy
09 Why Go
10 Porch
11 I've Got A Feeling

SOUNDBOARD REMASTER SERIES 2012
Artwork by ridleybradout

SOURCE: Pre-FM > DAT

Van Halen - 1978-06-24 - Nagoya, JP (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Van Halen
Live at Nagoya-shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan 24th June 1978

Silver CD>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC Lv8

Title: Nagoya 1978
Source: Excellent Audience Recording
Label: Zodiac

David Lee Roth - Lead Vocals
Eddie Van Halen - Guitars, Vocals
Michael Anthony - Bass, Vocals
Alex Van Halen - Drums

01 Intro
02 On Fire
03 I'm The One
04 Bass Solo
05 Runnin' With The Devil
06 Atomic Punk
07 Little Dreamer
08 Down In Flames
09 Feel Your Love Tonight
10 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
11 Ice Cream Man
12 Eruption
13 D.O.A.
14 You Really Got Me
15 Bottoms Up!

Leonard Cohen - 1968-xx-xx - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Leonard Cohen
The Paris Theatre, London
Spring 1968

Professor Stoned source, 2016

01 - You Know Who I Am
02 - Bird On The Wire
03 - The Stranger Song
04 - So Long,  Marianne
05 - Master Song
06 - There's No Reason Why You Should Remember Me
07 - Sisters Of Mercy
08 - Teachers
09 - Dress Rehearsal Rag
10 - Suzanne
11 - Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye
12 - Story Of Isaac
13 - One Of Us Cannot Be Wrong

Time: 61:59

Source: Soundboard -> Pre-FM Reel-To-Reel Master -> Cassette -> ? -> Mastering 2016 > FLAC

Recorded live at The Paris Theatre, London, Spring 1968

Originally broadcast on BBC2 TV: 31 August 1968 (Tr. 01-05) & 7 September 1968 (Tr. 06-13)

[Revision 1.0 / 18-9-2016]

Notes by Prof. Stoned:
A very important bootleg, IMO, that begs for an official release. Reportedly, it was sourced from a cassette copy that a fan got directly from an BBC employee after writing a letter to inquire after the status of this recording. The BBC employee also mentioned that this came from his private copy and that video sources no longer existed in the archives.

The audio recording was first heard by the public in 1993 when it came out on a pressed CD bootleg in inferior quality. Then later in the mid-2000's it started to circulate in better quality. I first heard this in 2006 when someone uploaded it on Dime's tracker. Although pretty clean, that source was marred heavily by noise  reduction artefacts. For this new version, I have used another source that I found on another tracker. It had more noises and also some signs of NR, but substantially less than the 2006 Dime source. I fear this is probably as good as it's gonna get, unless someone manages to obtain a clean digital copy of the BBC cassette, which to my knowledge is not into circulation.    

Despite the obvious deterioration to the source material, the sound quality here has still turned out quite good. I have carefully restored and remastered this at my mastering studio. The original source sounded a bit dull. By bringing up the high-end a bit, the NR problem and hiss also became more apparent, but I think I found an acceptable balance (to my taste, anyway). I also corrected the correct speed of the two original parts (one ran a bit too fast, the other a bit too slow).

To me, the historical importance outweighs the sonic flaws by far. Four songs performed here (not counting Tr. 06, which is more a joke than a song) were unreleased at the time, though already fully realized. Some of the arrangements are quite different from the studio versions and there's an extra unheard verse on Tr. 04.

Chicago - 1973-05-28 - Atlanta, GA (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Chicago
Atlanta Stadium, Atlanta, GA - May 28/1973

Lineage :
24 bit file received from Taper -> Audacity (16 bit & track splitting) -> Traders' little helper (checksum & torrent file)

01) Magical Mistery Tour
02) State of Union
03) Just You n' Me
04) Saturday in the Park
05) Darlin' Dear
06) Hollywood
07) Now That You've Gone
08) 25 or 6 to 4
09) Beginnings
10) A Hit By Varese
11) Free
12) Ballet for a Girl in Buchanon
13) Dialogue
14) I'm a Man

Audience recording received directly from the Taper, thanks a lot to him!! It's very hard to find masters of 1970's Chicago recordings. Great setlist! Includes two of my favorite Chicago tunes: Hollywood and Now That You've Gone.

Bryan Ferry - 1988-09-08 - Sacramento, CA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Community Center
Sacramento, Ca. USA
8 September 1988
touring "Bête noire"

Bryan Ferry: lead vocals and keytar
Clifford Carter: keyboards
Jeff Thall: guitar
Neil Hubbard: guitar
Michelle Cobbs: backing vocals
Ednah Holt: backing vocals
Yanick Etienne: backing vocals
Luico Hopper: bass
Steve Scales: percussion
Andy Newmark: drums

CD1
01 - Nimrod
02 - Limbo
03 - The Chosen One
04 - Casanova
05 - Slave To Love
06 - The Bogus Man
07 - Ladytron
08 - While My Heart Is Still Beating
09 - Don'T Stop The Dance
10 - A Waste Land/Windswept
11 - Jealous Guy

CD2
12 - New Town
13 - Boys & Girls
14 - Dance Away
16 - In Every Dream Home A Heartache
16 - Kiss & Tell
17 - Love Is The Drug *
18 - Avalon *

* these two tracks are from the same concert, but a different recording source because the previous source had only part of love is the drug, and none of avalon. there may have been another song or two after avalon, but if so, there was no recording available of it/them, as of this posting in Sept 0f 2010. The sector boundaries were re-aligned for the last 3 tracks prior to this posting.

Bonnie Raitt - 1982-04-28 - Upper Darby, PA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Bonnie Raitt
April 28, 1982 (1982-04-28)
The Tower Theatre
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania

1st generation soundboard Dolby B encoded Maxell UDXLII 90 cassette recording.
Transfer: [2022-08-05]: Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby B decoded) > Sound Devices MixPre-6 II @ 32bit (float) / 96kHz > Pro Tools (speed/pitch adjust, normalize, minor seamless fixes, tracking and down-sampling - no EQ or DNR) > WAV files > xACT (Flac level 8 files, tagged with sector boundaries verified for the 16/44.1 files).

01 Ain't It Peculiar 4:38
02 talk 0:27
03 Green Lights 3:58
04 Standin' By The Same Old Love 4:29
05 Runaway 3:40
06 Talk To Me 3:40
07 Keep This Heart In Mine 4:03
08 River Of Tears 6:05
09 Darlin' 3:17
10 Your Good Thing (Is About To End) 4:35
11 Just In Case We Both Were Wrong 5:24
12 Three Time Loser 5:02
13 Me And The Boys 4:54
14 Willya Wontcha > 3:42
15 You're Gonna Get What's Coming 4:40
16 Gamblin' Man 4:22
17 Guilty 4:21
18 I Thank You 2:56
19 talk 0:36
20 A Big Hunk O' Love 4:13

total - 79:02

There are cuts during the applause between most songs and the next song may be slightly clipped on the intros. Thanks to Professor Goody for the speed/pitch offset amounts.

DIO - 1987-08-26 - Reggio Emilia, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

PAL

DIO-LIVE ITALY REGGIO MONSTER OF ROCK 1987
recorded live at the Arena Del Chionso, Reggio Emilia Italy

Video Source:
Pro Shot>TV>VHS(unknown gen)>unknown transfer>DVD>PC>you

tv system: PAL
aspect ratio: 4:3
Video Bit Rate: 5388kbps
Video Frame Rate: 25.00
Audio codec:LPCM

Ronnie James Dio (vocals)
Vinnie Appice (drums)
Jimmy Bain (bass)
Craig Goldie (guitars)
Claude Schnell (keyboards)

01 - Neon Knights
02 - Naked In The Rain
03 - Dream Evil
04 - Rock'n Roll Children
05 - Long Live Rock'n Roll
06 - Man On The Silver Mountain
07 - All The Fools Sailed Away
08 - Sunset Superman
09 - Rainbow In The Dark

length on disc: app 44min





Black Sabbath - 1992-09-12 - Reggio Emilia, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Monsters of Rock festival 
Arena Festa Nazionale Dell'Unità 

TV broadcast (longer version)* 
1st gen VHS tape > PAL DVD 
Shared by Tolvis 

Menu: Yes 

Chapters: Yes (songs) 

Artwork: None 

Size: 3.37 GB 

Video 
ID : 224 (0xE0) 
Format : MPEG Video 
Format version : Version 2 
Duration : 51 min 
Bit rate mode : Variable 
Width : 704 pixels 
Height : 576 pixels 
Display aspect ratio : 4:3 
Frame rate : 25.000 FPS 
Standard : PAL 
Compression mode : Lossy 

Audio 
ID : 128 (0x80) 
Format : AC-3 
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3 
Duration : 51 min 
Bit rate : 256 kb/s 
Channel(s) : 2 channels 
Sampling rate : 48.0 kHz 
Compression mode : Lossy 

01. Computer God 
02. Children of the Sea 
03. Time Machine 
04. War Pigs 
05. Master of Insanity (Tracks Missing From The Wider-Circulated 45 Min Versions)
06. After All (The Dead) (Tracks Missing From The Wider-Circulated 45 Min Versions)
07. Iron Man (Tracks Missing From The Wider-Circulated 45 Min Versions)
08. Heaven and Hell 

*Running time: 51:05 min 

Notes: 
This DVD was sent to me by my friend Tolvis who received it from another trader. Huge thanks to both for sharing and for permitting me to upload it! 
Several (NTSC) DVD copies of a ~45 min TV broadcast of this show were uploaded over the years. Before I recently received this 51:05 min (PAL) DVD, I was entirely unaware of any longer TV broadcast - even though I did sometimes wonder if it might exist, because the famous, but misleadingly titled SBD bootleg CD "Europe 1993" runs over 50 min and differs tracklist-wise from the ~45 min TV broadcast. This ~51 min TV broadcast has exactly the same tracklist as "Europe 1993". Thus, it contains "Master of Insanity", "After All (The Dead)" and "Iron Man", all of which are NOT included in the ~45 min broadcast (the latter containing the song "Black Sabbath" instead). Since both "Master of Insanity" and "After All (The Dead)" are favourites of mine, that was really good news for me. 

Video and audio quality of this 1st gen VHS > PAL DVD is really nice but far from perfect (its most obvious flaw being the noise before and after "Computer God"). Check out snapshots and audio sample below. 

The ~45 min broadcast with the song "Black Sabbath" is well-circulated, but only on NTSC DVD. Since Italy was a PAL country, a PAL version would be preferable.



Iron Maiden - 1992-09-12 - Reggio Emilia, IT (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Pro Shot TV Broadcast

Lineage:
Master pal VHS->firewire->JVC S/A->ntsc dvd->you

Video Quality:
A (some faint lines are present)

Audio Quality:
A

NTSC

Chaptered with standard stand-alone menu

DVD 1:

01 - The Number of the Beast
02 - Wrathchild
03 - From Here to Eternity
04 - Can I Play With Madness
05 - Wasting Love
06 - Tailgunner
07 - The Evil That Men Do
08 - Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter
09 - The Clairvoyant
10 - Heaven Can Wait
11 - Hallowed Be Thy Name 


DVD 2:
01 - Run to the Hills
02 - 2 Minutes to Midnight
03 - Iron Maiden
04 - The Trooper
05 - Encore:
06 - Sanctuary
07 - Running Free


+ Bonus stuff
Van Halen 2 songs from "Rock Pop" (dont know the year or any other specifics for that matter)
Iron Maiden 1 song from "Rock Pop" with Dianno (same as the VH)

One of my favorite Maiden performances. Shows why they were the headliner. Great quality like the others. Big thanks to eastbay and deucepro without whom these Reggio Emilia uploads would not have been possible. I'm not sure who added the bonus footage at the end of DVD 2 so I know very little about it. It's just a couple songs from Van Halen and 1 from Maiden with Dianno. It says "Rock Pop" in the corner of the screen. 




Megadeth - 1992-09-12 - Reggio Emilia, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pro Shot TV Broadcast 

Source: TV 

Lineage: Master pal VHS->firewire->JVC S/A->ntsc dvd->you 
Video Quality: A (some faint lines are present) 
Audio Quality: A 
NTSC 
Chaptered with standard stand-alone menu 

01 - Holy Wars 
02 - Skin o' My Teeth 
03 - Hangar 18 
04 - Sweating Bullets 
05 - Foreclosure of a Dream 
06 - In My Darkest Hour 
07 - Peace Sells 
08 - The Conjuring 
09 - Wake Up Dead 
10 - Symphony of Destruction 
11 - Anarchy in the U.K.

Not too much to say about this one. One of the best performances of the 1992 Reggio festival. Please take the time to stop and thank Deuce8Pro for all the work he put in to transferring these gems. 



Joe Satriani - 1988-06-11 - San Diego, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Joe Satriani
1988-06-11
California Theatre 
San Diego, CA

Source: Radio Broadcast - King Biscuit Flower Hour
Air Date: 1988-07-31

Lineage: Silver Press Original>Imac>The Analog Ripper>xACT FLAC 6>You

Quality: EX

Joe Satriani - Guitar
Stuart Hamm - Bass
Jonathan Mover - Drums

01. KBFH intro (1:07)
02. Ice 9 (4:17)
03. Memories (8:56)
04. Circles/Drum Solo (6:23)
05. Lords Of Karma (5:42)
06. Hordes Of Locusts (5:25)
07. Always With Me, Always With You (3:41)
08. Satch Boogie/band intros (4:10)
09. (cut) Surfing With The Alien (8:20)
10. Promo with Announcer (0:38)
11. Promo with Music (0:31)

Lou Reed - 1980-06-14 - Firenze, IT (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Parco delle Cascine, Firenze, Italy 1980-06-14 

PAL DVD MASTER 

2015 RAI5 rebroadcast > Panasonic DVD recorder (XP) > DVD-RAM > TMPGEnc DVD author > authored DVD-R 

Audio: 
AC3 
48000Hz 256 kb/s, stereo 

Video: 
PAL 
704x576 
4:3

DISC 1 (41:50) 
01 Standing on Ceremony 
02 Sweet Jane 
03 Real Good Time Together 
04 Waiting for My Man 
05 Coney Island Baby 
06 Vicious 
07 Walk on a Wild Side 
08 Heroin 
09 The Kids 

DISC 2 (41:18) 
10 How Do You Speak to an Angel? 
11 Caroline Says 
12 The Power of Positive Drinking 
13 My Old Man 
14 Keep Away 
15 Street Hassle 
16 Rock'n'Roll

Mike Bloomfield - 1974-03-31 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

MIKE BLOOMFIELD & FRIENDS
THE BOTTOM LINE CABARET,

Lineage
WNYU-FM Delayed Broadcast > Off The Air Reel > Reel > Edirol Usb Ua-1Ex Audio Interface > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor >
Traders Little Helper > Flac

Mike Bloomfield-Guitar, Vocals
Al Kooper-Keyboards
Barry Goldberg-Keyboards
Roger 'Jellyroll' Troy-Bass, Vocals
George Rains-Drums


01-Band Introduction
02-Don'T You Lie To Me
03-Linda Lou
04-Sweet Little Angel
05-Unchain My Heart
06-Inside Information (Cuts In)
07-Tryin' To Find The Door
08-Glamour Girl
09-Heartbreak (Tape Flip,Fades In)
10-Imagination
11-Let Them Talk (Fm Signal Drop At About 1;00)
12-Trouble Ahead Of Me (Some Fm Signal Problems)
13-If I Get Started All Over Again


Some Broadcast Problems As Noted

* AL KOOPER and JOHN HAMMOND were some of the friends that jammed with Bloomfield on the first night of the gig.

Curtis Mayfield - 1990-07-07 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Summerstage, Central Park, 

Lineage:
SBD > cassette (1st gen) > Nakamichi CR7A > DAT > CDR > EAC > FLAC

01. Superfly
02. Its Allright
03. I'm So Proud
04. Freddie's Dead
05. Pusherman
06. Billy Jack
07. We've Gotta Have Peace
08. People Get Ready
09. Give Me Your Love
10. band intros> Do Be Down
11. To Be Invisible
12. Don't Worry, If There's A Hell Below (We're All Gonna Go)
13. When Seasons Change
14. audience cheering & fade out

Notes:
Curtis' last show ever.. On August 14, 1990, he became paralyzed from the neck down when a lighting rig fell on top of him at a concert in Brooklyn, NY. He died December 26, 1999 at the age of 57.

Roger McGuinn - 1991-04-21 - Minneapolis, MN (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Mr Tambourine Man (Liberated Boot: Real Live CD19) 
Excellent Soundboard Recording 

Lineage:
Real Live Silver CD>MAX>FLAC 

01 The Time Has Come 
02 Your Love Is A Goldmine 
03 The Trees Are All Gone 
04 Tiffany Queen 
05 You Bowed Down 
06 My Back Pages 
07 Lover Of The Bayou 
08 King Of The Hill 
09 Mr Tambourine Man 
10 Turn! Turn! Turn! 
11 Eight Miles High 
12 So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star 
13 Mr Spaceman 
14 Feel A Whole Lot Better 
15 Ballad Of Easy Rider 
16 Wasn't Born To Follow 
17 Without Your Love 
18 Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
19 Chimes Of Freedom 

Van Halen - 1984-08-25 - Stockholm, SWE (AUD or SBD/FLAC)




(Exc aud or SBD FLAC)

Monsters of Rock
Pasunda Stadium

Audience Recording? (it's actually a Soundboard)

Lineage
EMI-C60s->CD Wav->Cool Edit Pro->CD Wav For Track Split->Traders Little Helper->You!

01. Unchained
02. Hot For Teacher - Drum Solo
03. On Fire
04. Runnin With The Devil
05. Little Guitars
06. House Of Pain
07. Michael Anthony - Bass Solo
08. I'll Wait
09. Everybody Wants Some
10. Pretty Woman
11. 1984
12. Jump
13. Eddie Van Halen-Guitar Solo
14. Panama
15. You Really Got Me (inc Happy trails)

VK'S Notes
This is by far the best Van Halen show of all time, the recording is not the greatest in the world but still a solid B and very listenable. I am almost driven to tears when I listen to this because this is one of the very last shows that Diamond Dave performed with Van Halen and this is the best Van Halen show of all time, if not the greatest show ever. They went out in a blaze of glory, without a doubt! Also this is one of the very last apperences of Eddie's infamous 'Brown Sound'. If you are a Van Halen fan, even a casual Van Halen fan, you must download this show!

Elton John - 1977-05-07 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

"Rainbow Rock"
Rainbow Theatre

Lineage:
CDR> WAV (1411kbps)> FLAC (Level 8)

Disc one:01 Your Song
02 The Greatest Discovery
03 Border Song
04 Daniel
05 Sweet Painted Lady
06 Rocket Man
07 I Heard It Through The Grapewine
08 Candle In The Wind
09 Roy Rogers
10 Dan Dare (Pilot Of The Future)
11 Cage The Songbird
12 Where To Now St. Peter
13 Ticking
14 Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me

Disc two:01 Take Me To The Pilot
02 Funeral For A Friend
03 Tonight
04 Better Off Dead
05 Idol
06 I Feel Like A Bullet (In The Gun Of Robert Ford) **(Removed Due to Official Release)**
07 I Think I'm Going To Kill Myself
08 Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word
09 Crazy Water
10 Bennie And The Jets
11 Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
12 Goodbye

- Some tracks feature Ray Cooper on percussion

** Officially released track has been removed and can be found on the Elton John box set titled "To Be Continued..."

Elton John did not perform many shows in 1977, but among the ones that he did, were 6 stripped down "solo" performances at the Rainbow Theatre during the first week of May. The exact details of this recording are a little hard to pinpoint online, due to the fact that there are several different dates listed; depending on what site you go to. I have seen it listed as May 2nd and May 13th, but according to a few pretty accurate Elton tour schedules that I came across, he did not play at all on the 13th. Many of what seem to be the most creditable sources that I found, state that this recording is from May 7th, 1977...which would make it the last night of the Rainbow Theatre run.

The show is ballad heavy, but pretty amazing considering that the entire performance is just Elton and his piano; with Ray Cooper accompanying him with percussion on several tracks. The sound quality is great; some very minor hiss and the occasional minor "pop" here and there...but overall superb.

Little Steven - 1983-02-10 - Toronto, ON (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

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01 Lyin' in a Bed of Fire 
02 Save Me 
03 Inside of Me 
04 Forever 
05 Take It Inside 
06 Men Without Women 
07 Under the Gun 
08 Caravan (Duke Ellington cover) 
09 Until the Good Is Gone 
10 Angel Eyes 
11 I Played the Fool (Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes cover) 
12 I Don't Want to Go Home (Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes cover)