domenica 9 maggio 2021



For everyone who has problems or doesn't know how to unpack z01, z02, files, follow this simple procedure: install the latest version of winzip or winrar, open only the zip files (ignore z01, z02 etc...), select the content and extract somewhere. That's all.

martedì 18 giugno 2019

Eric Burdon - 1971-12-10 - Springfield, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Venue Unknown

Source: Soundboard > Low Generation Cassette. (1st or 2nd generation copy)
Transfer: Sony Deck TC-WE 475 > rca cable > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW
Editing: Soundforge 9.0 > Wav > TLH [SB's aligned] Flac Level 6

Vocals: Eric Burdon 
Guitar: John Sterling 
Bass: Kim Kesterson 
Organ: Terry Ryan
Drums: George Suranovich (Drummer from Love)
Percussion: Billy Ray Morris

Side A
01 City Boy
02 Wicked Man
03 All I Do Is Wait For You
04 The Way It Should Be
05 Gotta Get It On Today
06 Be Mine

Side B
07 The Man (ending snippet)
08 Funky Fever
09 House Of The Rising Sun
10 Stop What You're Doing

Total Time = 68:26 min

(*) Whiskey A Go Go Oct.11, 1971 (speculative date)
11 (*) Stop What You're Doing (cuts in)
12 (*) Be Mine

Total Time = 12:31 min

This has to be one of the most rare and unique tapes I've had the pleasure to spin and listen to. There is very little information about this time period of Eric's career. I've just recently obtained some new tapes of Eric Burdon from a long time collector in France. The story goes that a few tapes were pulled from Burdon's collection and sold by guitarist John Sterling and were distributed by a Hollywood company back in the late 80's. I had never heard anything from this time period before and had to do some research on this. I was only able to find one other show documenting this short lived band. A little back story on the time frame leading up to this performance. On February 5, 1971 Eric finally left his band in the middle of their European tour, allegedly due to exhaustion. After returning home and taking time off, Eric started working on his next album titled "Guilty" during the summer with Jimmy Witherspoon. Deciding to take this new group of musicians on the road and call themselves "Tovarich". The word "Tovarich" is Russian and translates into "Comrades". The lineup for this band only existed for a few months, they also provided the soundtrack to the movie "Revenge of the Cheerleaders". I read that Burdon and Witherspoon played seven consecutive Mondays at the Whiskey in 1971 sometime in July; before recording the Guilty! LP (aka Black and White Blues). As I was transferring this tape I noticed that side B had extra tracks at the end of the tape. After more research, I found it to be 2 songs from one of the previous Whiskey A Go Go shows. There is a double liberated cd that contains songs from various Whiskey A Go Go shows. I was able to compare the 2 extra tracks I had and they are the same as the liberated release. I don't have the double cd release at this time. My tracks 11 and 12 are the last 2 songs from an unknown Whiskey A Go Go set. Since I have no access to an official tour list, this time period and Whiskey dates are still a mystery to me. If anyone has anything from The Whiskey A Go Go 1971., Please upload it for us to hear. This recording should spark interest in a wide variety of collectors, even if you're just a casual fan, this is pretty cool stuff.  While listening to the guitar playing, I swear this guy is heavily influenced by Jimi Hendrix. A big Thank You goes out to TTD resident Philippes for sending his tapes all the way from France. You guys know I do my homework and I'm hoping that more people will be able to come forward to shed some light on this time period. Eric actually mentions all these members onstage and it's a very interesting bunch of players.

Joe Jackson - 1979-06-17 - Amsterdam, NL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Joe Jackson 
at the Paradiso 
Amsterdam, Holland 
June 17, 1979 
FM broadcast February 2005, 
unknown taper and 2009 seeder [edit: jackfriar] 

Lineage: FM (NL Radio 2 2005) => Hifi VCR => PC => CD Wave (track splits) => flac level 6 (TLH)

Joe Jackson – vocals, piano, harmonica 
Gary Sanford – guitar 
Graham Maby – bass 
Dave Houghton – drums 

01 Look Sharp! 4:02 
02 Geraldine and John 3:21 
03 Get That Girl 3:20 
04 Sunday Papers 
> Baby Stick Around 
> Don't Wanna Be Like That 10:47 
05 Fools In Love 4:42 
06 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 4:19 
07 Happy Loving Couples 
> I'm The Man 
> Throw It Away 11:24 
08 Got The Time 3:03 
09 Ain't That A Shame 4:39 

49:43 minutes 

original tracklist: 
01 Look Sharp! 4:13 
02 Geraldine And John 3:10 
03 Get That Girl 3:22 
04 Sunday Papers 4:15 
05 Baby Stick Around 2:30 
06 Don't Wanna Be Like That 2:30 
07 Fools In Love 4:38 
08 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 4:19 
09 Happy Loving Couples 4:02 
10 I'm The Man 4:21 
11 Throw It Away 3:02 
12 Got The Time 3:01 
13 Ain't That A Shame 4:39 

retracked with a few repairs; 
new FLAC-8 files and new checksum files created 
and this info file revised; 
original info file included.

Jethro Tull - 1997-08-03 - Guildford, Surrey (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Jethro Tull
Guilfest Stoke Park, Guildford, Surrey
Aug 3 1997

Recorded on Sonic Studios DSM-6 mics->Sony TCD-D7
Transferred to .wav on a Phillips CDR deck (model unknown)
.wav files converted to FLAC8 via Trader's Little Helper

01. Song For Jeffrey
02. Aqualung
03. Thick As A Brick
04. Dangerous Veils
05. In Sight Of The Minaret
06. The Whistler
07. Morris Minus
08. Farm On the Freeway
09. Bouree
10. Jump Start
11. Acres Wild
12. In The Grip of Stronger Stuff
13. Nothing Is Easy
14. Locomotive Breath

1. Aquadiddley->Living In The Past-> Dogs In The Midwinter->Dambuster's March->Cheerio

An EBR Recording

Miles Davis - 1972-09-10 - Ann Arbor, MI (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Miles Davis Nonet 
Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival 
Ann Arbor, MI (USA), Otis Spann Memorial Field 
September 10, 1972 

Miles Davis - trumpet 
Carlos Garnett - soprano sax 
Reggie Lucas - guitar 
Khalil Balakrishna - sitar 
Cedric Lawson - keyboards 
Michael Henderson - electric bass 
Al Foster - drums 
James Mtume Foreman - conga, percussion 
Badal Roy - tabla 

1. Stage Introduction (0:13) 
2. Rated X (M. Davis) 22:57 
3. Honky Tonk (M. Davis) 12:48 [cut] 
4. Black Satin (M. Davis) 7:52 [inc] 

TT: 43:50 

Sound: A-/B+ 
Source: WCBN radio broadcast 

Fixes (ubu 2010-10-31) - with thanks to goody! 
FLAC (from back-up DVD) > TLH > WAV > Cool Edit Pro (pitch bender -66 cents & fixed mark #3/4) > TLH > FLAC (8, SBE fixed)

lunedì 17 giugno 2019

The Black Crowes w Jimmy Page - 1999-10-13 - New York, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

The Black Crowes with Jimmy Page
Roseland Ballroom
New York, NY
October 13, 1999

Source: SBD > Panasonic SV-3800 > ??? > DAT(c) -  Provided by Clark Griswold
Transfer: DAT(c) > Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam HD-P2 > CD Wave > FLAC (16/44) - Transfer by Terry Watts
Lineage: flac > iZotope RX7 Advanced > iZotope Ozone 8 Advanced > CD Wave > flac 16

Chris Robinson - lead vocals, harmonica
Rich Robinson - guitar, vocals
Eddie Harsch - keyboards
Audley Freed - guitar
Sven Pipien - bass
Steve Gorman - drums
Jimmy Page - electric and acoustic guitars

01 - crowd
02 - Celebration Day
03 - Custard Pie
04 - Sick Again
05 - No Speak No Slave
06 - What Is And What Should Never Be
07 - Wiser Time
08 -  Shake Your Money Maker
09 - Ten Years Gone
10 - In My Time Of Dying
11 - Your Time Is Gonna Come
12 - Remedy
13 - Lemon Song
14 - Woke Up This Morning
15 - Shapes Of Things
16 - Nobody’s Fault But Mine
17 - Heartbreaker

18 - Hey Hey What Can I Do
19 - Hard To Handle
20 - band intros
21 - Out On The Tiles >
22 - Whole Lotta//Love

- There was a cut in "Whole Lotta Love" the two parts have been joined with a crossfade.

Crackdown Concert - 1986-10-31 - New York, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Madison Square Garden

Host: Bill Graham

Taper : Joe D'Amico ''AKA'' Joebeacon

Nak 300 Mics > Sony D-5

Nak Dragon Tape Deck > Sony Sbm1 > Creative Extigy Soundcard > Cool Edit Pro > Flac Frontend 

Disc 1 :
Olatunji & His Drums Of Passion
01- ?
02-? W/Carlos Santana
03-Jingo W/Carlos Santana

Ruben Blades W/Sies Del Solar ,Tito Puente & Carlos Santana

Run DMC W/Jam Master J
08-Bill Graham Intro
09-Peter Piper
10-My Adidas
11-Rock Box
12-Walk This Way
13-King of Rock

Disc 2 :
Crosby, Stills & Nash
01-Wasted On The Way
02-Change Partners
03-You Don't Have To Cry
04-Long Time Gone
06-Suite Judy Blue Eyes
07-Teach Your Children

09-Open Invitation
10-She's Not There W/Paul Butterfield
11-Them Changes W/Paul Butterfield
12-Sing A Song Of Freedom
14-Black Magic Woman

Disc 3 : 
Allman Brothers Band
01-Midnight Rider
02-Blue Sky
03-One Way Out W/Paul Butterfield
04-Statesboro Blues

All Star Jam
07-Good Lovin' Medley W/Allman Brothers Band & Felix Caveliere & Friends @
08-Key To The Highway @
09-Got My Mojo Working !@
10-Jingo @ 

@ All Star Jam 
Mick Taylor, Paul Butterfield, Graham Nash, Carlos Santana, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Olatunji & His Drums Of Passion, Allman Brothers Band, Felix Caveliere, Members Of Santana Band , Buddy Miles And Others 

Paul Butterfield Might Have Played On One Or Two Other Songs With Different Bands . 
Last Song Jingo Olatunji & His Drums Of Passion Where Still Playing While They Walked Off Stage To The Backstage Area. I Stop Recording During This Since They Had No Mics And You Could Not Hear Them Very Good Plus The Lights Where On And People Where Leaving .

Got to show just in time and i was in such a rush i forgot batteries all i had was a old set but i did have a extra ticket so i left the show and ran to the store to get batteries and used my extra ticket to get back in . I left the deck and mics with my buddy ronnie (rest in peace ) and he ran it untill the old batteries died . they died during olatunji set but i was back by then to change them right away

David Bowie - Standing On My Own (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

David Bowie - Standing On My Own (24/96 Vinyl Rip)

96KHz.24Bit Vinyl Rip

Pro-jet Debut III Phono SB > Olympus LS-14  96kHz/24 Bit WAV > Audacity FLAC > Traders Little Helper ffp

Casino Records Entertainment

Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release



A1 Interview At The Marquee By Earl Richmond (1966) 
A2 Love You Till Tuesday - Early Demo (1966) 
A3 London Bye Ta Ta - Audiodisc Acetate (1968) 
A4 In The Heat Of The Morning - Audiodisc Acetate (1968) 
A5 Ching-A-Ling - Audiodisc Acetate (1968) 
A6 Love You Till Tuesday - Recorded For The Unreleased German Language LYTT Movie (1969) 
A7 When I Live My Dream - Recorded For The Unreleased German Language LYTT Movie (1969) 

B1 Sell Me A Coat – Remix From The 1984 LYTT LP Release (1969) 
B2 When I Live My Dream – Remix From The 1984 LYTT LP Release (1969) 
B3 When I Live My Dream – Pierrot In Turquoise Or The Looking Glass Murders (1970) 
B4 Colombine - Pierrot In Turquoise Or The Looking Glass Murders (1970) 
B5 The Mirror - Pierrot In Turquoise Or The Looking Glass Murders (1970) 
B6 Threepenny Pierrot - Pierrot In Turquoise Or The Looking Glass Murders (1970) 
B7 When I Live My Dream (Reprise) - Pierrot In Turquoise Or The Looking Glass Murders (1970) 
B8 Space Oddity – Live At The Ivor Novello Awards (1970) 

This LP contains a collection of rare alternate and demo recordings from the sixties and including the 1970 Looking Glass Murders.
The 15 tracks on this lp gives you a nice insight on that period. All this happened before his worldwide breaktrough with the hitsong Space Oddity which can be found on this lp as well in a nice live version from the 1970 Ivor Novello awards. Limited Edition of 500 numbered copies in Crystal purple vinyl

It's A Beautiful Day - 1971-07-01 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Fillmore West closing

Source/lineage (in red):
"FM off-air master reel>CDr."

Disc 1 (61:34)
01. Bill Graham intro>Creed Of Love
02. Hot Sunny Day
03. Baby Bye Bye (abrupt start)
04. Bitter Wine (abrupt start)
05. White Bird
06. Hoedown (abrupt start)
07. 20/20 Vision
08. Good Lovin'
09. Let A Woman Flow
10. Don & Dewey (instrumental, pt. 1)
11. Don & Dewey (instrumental, pt. 2)

Disc 2 (46:35)
01. intro
02. Any Time
03. Place Of Dreams
04. Bombay Calling (abrupt start & end)
05. Wasted Union Blues
(missing Bulgaria?)
06. Time Is>dj outro/KSAN station ID (abrupt start)

Here's another killer set in the Fillmore West closing series, this one by It's A Beautiful Day. I'd like to thank mrnym for asking me about it. I thought I'd uploaded it already, but since he asked about it I decided to search PR and discovered that my faulty memory had faltered again! That made me wonder if, in fact, I had uploaded all of the other sets (other than Santana/Final Jam, which I knew I hadn't uploaded yet, and Hot Tuna who are on the NAB list). Yes, I had. So, the upshot of all this is that I will be posting the Santana/Final Jams either today or tomorrow. It's too bad because Hot Tuna is really pretty great too. Sigh...

It's A Beautiful Day - 1970-06-27 - Shepton Mallet, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

It's A Beautiful Day 
1970-06-27 Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England (M1-AUD) 
Royal Bath & West Showground 
Bath Festival Of Blues & Progressive Music '70 
Approximately 9pm 
8th band o' the day, sandwiched betwixt Colosseum & Steppenwolf 

(More enjoyable & longer Taper C source. NOT the Taper A 'almost unlistenable' 16CDR Bath Fest. tape) 
~*~ Carefully remastered fixing many issues without EQ ~*~ 

WARNING! "The PILLS I gave you were NOT aspirins!, I repeat..." (stage announcement) 

01. --announcements, AUD talk, tuning, band intro-- 
02. Don & Dewey 
03. White Bird 
04. Hoedown 
05. It Comes Right Down To You 
06. Soapstone Mountain 
07. Essence Of Now 
08. Time Is 
09. Bulgaria 
10. Bombay Calling 

Total Time ::: 1:07:41 

::: Fine but varying quality AUD (due mostly to weather!). Check samples for try-out sippin' or bliss-filled earbytin'. 
WARTS ::: Occasional mike bumps, mostly fixed but some not fully repaired. Bit o' clappin' in #4 - mostly exorcised. Occasional AUD talk, especially in #8. Several annoying unrepairable dropouts in #8. Tapeflip a minute into #10. At times wind creates some phasing, distortion & high end & fluctuations, but 'tis pretty damn groovy nonetheless. 
::: COMPARISON CLAUSE: This (Taper C) is NOT the same source as the 16 CDR Bath Festival collection (Taper A). Taper A version is only 56 mins & more distorted (& a bit slow?). This Taper C version is ~68 minutes & has intro & commentary plus the "missing" last song. 
::: Festival line-up information below. 
::: Pattie Santos to crowd, "You make me feel so stoned!" & "This sure beats Albert Hall. It's outside, Everybody's stoned, having a good time." with AUD member response, "It's bloody cold!". 
::: Nice Bath Festival photos & information at 
::: IABD tour info at Bruno's great site: http://thesanfranciscosound.blogspot...list-work.html 
::: Tons of SF scene info & a ltd. edition legit live archival IABD LP at 
::: More recordings coming from this Taper C source. Not sure that any of his source tapes are included in the 16CDR collection. 

Recording Information ::: unknown mono cassette recorder (dictaphone machine!)-> master mono audience cassette tape -> 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby off (transfer circa 1984). 

Playback 2011-08-02 ::: 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B off, azimuth adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL professional CD recorder -> CD-RW, no track splits -> computer -> EAC secure mode (logs made) -> wav files. 

Remastering 2014-08-xx ::: wavs -> Audacity [normalisation to remove DC offset, channel/phase alignment, fades, manual one-at-a-time glitch, bump, pop, click, dropout & dullspot repairs, volume adjustments, single averaged speed fix at +2.4% after spectral analysis & with pitchpipe verification, NO equalisation] -> CD Wave (track splits) -> flacs (Trader's Little Helper) -> yr ears. Tape was in quite good shape overall. First uploaded week of 2014-09-06. 

Line-up ::: David LaFlamme - violin, vocals // Pattie Santos - vocals, tambourine, cowbell on #3 // Hal Wagenet - electric guitar, backing vocals // Fred Webb - keyboards, backing vocals // Mitchell Holman - electric bass, vocals // Val Fuentes - drums // PLUS Bruce Steinberg or ? - harmonica (including solo) on #2 only. 

Eric Clapton - 1986-11-23 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

The Ritz NYC


Disc One:
1. Crossroads
2. White Room
3. I Shot the Sheriff
4. Wanna Make Love To You
5. It's in the Way That You Use It
6. Run
7. Miss You
8. Same Old Blues

Disc Two:
1. Tearing Us Apart
2. Holy Mother
3. Badge/let It Rain
4. Cocaine
5. Layla
6. Sunshine of Your Love
7. Further on Up the Road

Stevie Wonder - 1984-04-14 - Detroit, MI (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Stevie Wonder 
Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, MI 
April 14, 1984 

Source : FM broadcast > Cassette Master (Maxell UD C120 w/Dolby B on) 
Transfer : Sony TC-WE 475 (w/Dolby B off) > Tascam DR-40 Linear PCM Recorder 16/44.1 kHz) 
Editing : Soundforge (tracking) > Wave > TLH (SB's aligned) Flac level 8 
Stevie Wonder played 4 consecutive nights at the Masonic Temple. This was the 3rd night. 

Stevie Wonder : Vocals, Keyboards, Harmonica (aka Stevland Hardaway Morris) 
Ben Bridges : Guitar 
Mike O’Neil : Guitar 
Nate Watts : Bass 
Ricky Lawson : Drums (passed away Dec. 23, 2013, at age 59) 
Lenny Castro : Percussion 
Ronnie Foster : Keyboards 
Larry Gittens : Trumpet 
Bobby Malach : Sax 
Melody McCully : Vocals 
Alexandra Brown : Vocals 
Lynn Davis : Vocals 
Windy Zarif : Vocals 

01 Fingertips (part 1) (fades in) 
02 I Wish 
03 banter 
04 Isn't She Lovely 
05 banter 
06 Fingertips (part 2) 
07 banter 
08 Uptight (Everything's Alright) 
09 For Once In My Life 
10 Say It Loud – I'm Black and I'm Proud 
11 banter 
12 My Cherie Amour 
13 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours 
14 All In Love Is Fair 
15 Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing 
16 Superstition 
17 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life 
18 Ribbon In The Sky 
19 Do I Do 

Total Time = 60:21 min

Diana Krall - 1999-07-28 - New York, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Sony Music Studios,

Sessions At West 54th PBS-TV
Hosted by John Hiatt
First aired October 16, 1999

DVD NTSC no menu
chapters at 5 minute intervals
Total Time - 30:39

Cable TV > VHS Hi-Fi Master > Standalone DVD (HQ mode) > DVD Shrink > HD

DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << { 1 vid, 1 aud }
Sys Bitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR

kbps 9075
Qf 0.876
Pic/s 29.970
Frames/s 29.970
Fields/s 59.940
pic 720 x 480

Audio AC3
0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) 

01. I Love Being Here With You
02. I've Got You Under My Skin
03. interview
04. Lost Mind
05. When I Look In Your Eyes *
06. interview
07. Peel Me A Grape

* momentary videotape flaw @ 18:24

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

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Quality 8/10
Source: DVD Trade

01 - 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
09 - The clairvoyant
10 - Heaven can wait
11 - Run to the hills
12 - 2 minutes to midnight
13 - Iron maiden
14 - The trooper
15 - Sanctuary
16 - Running free

Jefferson Airplane - 1969-10-25/26 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

A Weekend At Winterland [ This Place Records TPR CD 006 ]

???>My PC>You

Grace Slick - vocals, piano, organ, recorder
Marty Balin - vocals, rhythm guitar
Paul Kantner - rhythm guitar, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen - lead guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals
Jack Casady - bass guitar, fuzz bass, rhythm guitar
Spencer Dryden - Percussion

01. Somebody To Love
02. Young Girl Sunday Blues
03. Wooden Ships
04. Volunteers
05. Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon
06. Uncle Sam Blues
07. Fat Angel
08. Greasy Heart
09. Martha
10. The Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil

01. Eskimo Blue Day
02. 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
03. Mau Mau (Amerikon) Jam
04. The Other Side Of This Life
05. Good Shepherd
06. Wild Tyme (H)
07. Greasy Heart
08. We Can Be Together
09. Come Back Baby

01. Martha
02. Plastic Fantastic Lover
03. Drifting
04. It’s No Secret
05. The Other Side Of This Life
06. Wooden Ships
07. Eskimo Blue Day
08. You Wear Your Dresses Too Short
09. The Ballad Of You & Me & Pooneil

This release combines two consecutive nights at Winterland on 3 CDs. CD1 and CD2 tracks 1 to 5 are from Saturday October 25, 1969. CD2 tracks 6 to 9 and CD3 are from Sunday October 26, 1969. The sources used for this release are superb sounding soundboard tapes (possibly transferred directly from the master reels), already circulating in the past. But the present release is different than the previous circulating versions, because the main problem of the original reels was corrected (or at least attenuated). Indeed, the original recordings were made using extreme stereo separation, with vocals on the left channel only, and rhythm section on the right channel (the guitars are often left channel oriented, but it changes sometimes during the recording). While the stereo separation itself was not a problem, the balance between the two channels was fluctuating a lot, most of the time with drums too loud compared to the vocals. And even for a single channel, there were level fluctuations too (the vocals were mixed much louder than the guitar tracks, resulting in a left channel with very loud vocals during the verses and barely audible guitar parts during the instrumental sections). The purpose of this remaster was to correct all these fluctuations (between channels and inside each channel) so that the recording can now be enjoyed with a good and consistent balance between the different instruments and voices. As usual, I also tried to clean manually every flaw that could be corrected. A small missing portion on Eskimo Blue Day (CD2 track 1) was restored. The intro on Good Shepherd (CD2 track 5) was partially restored too. Please note that the remastering process did not use any EQ or NR, and that there was no attempt to have a more "centered" recording. So, the stereo separation is still extreme, but that's an interesting listening experience, since you can hear all the details. If you listen only to the right channel, you have a fantastic example of the strong interactions between Jack Casady and Spencer Dryden, showing how much powerful and groovy this rhythm section of the Airplane was. And if you concentrate on the left channel, you can hear all the subtleties of the vocal harmonies. Cuesheets are included for those who like to burn CDRs with all the required text info.

Mark Knopfler - Rare Sessions I-IV (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

including newly made covers by SamGolden

Rare Sessions I
Disc one:
01. Chet Atkins documentary [A]
02. Acoustic pieces of songs [B]
03. Feel like going home [C]
04. Your own sweet way [D]
05. Mark Knopfler French TV jam [E]
06. Wild theme [F]
07. Expresso love [G]
08. In Private & In Public Part I [H]
09. In Private & In Public Part II [H]
10. In Private & In Public Part III [H]
11. Ghost of Faffner Hall [I]
12. Cannibals [J]
13. Feel like going home [K]
14. Love [L]
15. Big river [L]
16. Eastbound train [L]


Rare Sessions II
Disc one:
01. Eastbound train [A]
02. Real girl [B]
03. Solid rock [C]
04. Unknown [D]
05. Making movies [D]
06. Sultans of swing [E]
07. Unknown [F]
08. Unknown [F]
09. Calling Elvis [G]
10 .On every street [H]
11. The bug [H]
12. Heavy fuel [H]
13. Sultans of swing [I]
14. Sultans of swing [I]
15. I´ll see you in my dreams [J]
16. Imagine [J]
17. This was my love [K]


Rare Sessions III
Disc one:
01. Twisting by the pool [A]
02. Two young lovers [A]
03. If I had you [A]
04. Badges, Posters, Stickers & T-shirts [B]
05. Comfort [C]
06. Joy [C]
07. A fistful of icecream [C]
08.Two brothers and a stranger [D]
09. Beverly Hillbillies (Money for nothing) [E]
10. Calling Elvis [F]
11. On every street [G]
12. The bug [G]
13. Heavy fuel [G]
14. Two young lovers [H]
15. Iron hand [H]
16. Wild theme [H]
17. The long highway [H]
18. Unknown jam #1 [I]
19. Unknown jam #2 [I]


Rare Sessions IV
Disc one:
01. Eastbound Train
02. Down To The Waterline
03. Six Blade Knife
04. Down To The Waterline
05. Six Blade Knife
06. Once Upon A Time In The West
07. News
08. Solid Rock
09. Interview/music
10. Ride Across The River
11. One World
12. Your Own Sweet Way (acoustic)
13. That's Where I Belong (acoustic)
14. When It Comes To You
15. MK interview about Chet Atkins
16. House of The Rising Sun
17. Ruby Wax song
18. Two Skinny Kids
19. It's Been A While
20. Let It Be
21. Voices That Care
22. Voices That Care (instrumental different)


Rare Sessions V
Disc one:
01. Go rest high on that mountain
02. Money for nothing
03. Money for nothing
04. Money for nothing
05. Sultans of swing
06. Romeo and Juliet
07. Skateaway
08. ROOTS - part one
09. ROOTS - part two

A. Hope & Anchor Front Row festival 
B. Demo, 1977 
C. Demo, 1980 
D. Studio sessions from Arena 1980 (not included) 
E. From Honky Tonk demos, July 1977 (not included) 
F. Mark Knopfler and Jeff Baxter, 1991 
G. Bob Clearmountain remix, 1991(not included) 
H. On every street - monitor mixes 5th February 1991 
I. Guitar Techniques - December 1995 
J. Secret Policeman¥s Third Ball(not included) 

K. Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler - Infidels studio sessions, 1983 

domenica 16 giugno 2019

California Jam I - 1974-04-06 - Ontario, CA (3xDVDfull pro-shot)

(3xDVDfull pro-shot)

Ontario Motor Speedway, 
Ontario, CA
April 6th 1974
ABC In Concert TV Broadcast
With synchronized FM Audio
From the Flying M Archive
Presented by Krw_co

ABC In Concert Broadcast to Beta NTSC to DVD to DVD Clone

video attributes from gspot
VIDEO/TV SYSTEM: ntsc 29.97 fps
VIDEO BITRATE: 4601 kbps
SYS BITRATE: 10080 kb/s vbr
AUDIO BITRATE: 224 kbps 48000hz stereo
TOTAL TIME 4 hours 47 min 05 sec

00 - Intro

01 - I Just Want to Celebrate
02 - Hey Big Brother

03 - Keep Your Head to the Sky
04 - C'mon Children
05 - Time Is on Your Side

06 - James Dean
07 - Already Gone
08 - Take It Easy 
09 - Blackberry Blossom
10 - Midnight Flyer

11 - Windflowers
12 - The Gate
13 - Unborn Child
14 - Ruby Lee & Billy Lee
15 - Ridin' Thumb
16 - Standin' on a Mountain Top
17 - High on a Mountain
18 - Diamond Girl
19 - Hummingbird
20 - The Fiddle Song

1 hr 36 min 05 sec


00 - Intro
01 - Behind The Scenes

02 - Up
03 - Mutants of The Monster
04 - When Electricity Came to Arkansas
05 - Dixie
06 - Jim Dandy 

07 - War Pigs
08 - Killing Yourself to Live
09 - Children of the Grave
10 - Paranoid
11 - Ozzy Interview

12 - Gate of Kiev

1hr 10 min 37 sec


00 - Intro

01 - On the Starship and at the airport
02 - Burn
03 - Might Just Take Your Life
04 - Lay Down, Stay Down
05 - Mistreated
06 - Smoke on the Water
07 - You Fool No One (excerpts of Lazy and The Mule)
08 - Space Truckin' 

09 - Take a Pebble
10 - Still… You Turn Me On
11 - Lucky Man
12 - Piano Improvisation(including Tiger in a Spotlight)
13 - Karn Evil 9
14 - Fireworks Finale

2hr 00 min 23 sec

AC/DC - 1980-02-10 - Madrid, ES (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Program "Aplauso"
Estudios de RTVE
Prado del Rey, Madrid, Spain
10 February 1980
version: "gentle_giant"

01 - Introduction
02 - Beating Around The Bush
03 - Girls Got Rhythm
04 - Highway To Hell

BONUS: Australian TV 1977
05 - Jailbreak

This was the last concert performed with Bon Scott...
R.I.P greatest "ROCKER"...

Robin Trower - 2011-06-01 - Columbus, OH (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Preview here

Newport Music Hall

Audience Shot ,  2 Cam , NTSC DVD Video shot by genesisoh and  jfuller

DVD Menu: 
yes  , Done in TMPGEnc 3

LINAGE: Shot in 720 hd , converted to MPEG-2 in vegas movie studio 9 Audio mastered in MAGIX 12

video - Panasonic DMC ZS3
Audio - Edirol R-09HR - MM-BSM-8 Binaural Stereo Microphones And MM-MBM "Mint Box" Battery / Filter Module  

DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << { 1 vid, 1 aud } , NTSC Video format
Sys Bitrate:  kbps 5998  , len  21:30.836 , pic (w x 720 x 480)
frames/s , 29.970

AC3 , 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 224 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

01 - Confessin Midnight
02 - Lady Love
03 - Somebody's Calling
04 - Distant Places Of The Heart
05 - Twice Removed From Yesterday
06 - Day Of The Eagle
07 - Bridge Of Sighs
08 - Shame The Devil
09 - The Turning
10 - Too Rolling Stoned
11 - A Little Bit Of Sympathy

12 - Rise Up Like The Sun
13 - Day Dream

this video is brought to you by the  "Columbus Bitch Committee" ( not affiliated with the NYBC )
this is a 2 cam mix with some amazing closeups , and a great audio to match.

U2 - 2010-08-21 - Helsinki, Finland (IEM/FLAC)


U2 - Tale Of Four Brothers

21 August 2010
Helsinki, Finland
Olympic Stadium

Source: Receiver & LS-11 @ 96/24
Lineage: SD-Card - WAV - Mastering - Resampling - Flac

01. Intro
02. Return Of The Stingray Guitar
03. Beautiful Day / Singing In The Rain (snippet)
04. I Will Follow
05. Get On Your Boots
06. Magnificent
07. Mysterious Ways / My Sweet Lord (snippet) / Norwegian Wood (snippet)
08. No Line On The Horizon
09. Elevation
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
11. Every Breaking Wave
12. Glastonbury
13. In A Little While
14. Miss Sarajevo
15. City Of Blinding Lights / Singing In The Rain (snippet)
16. Vertigo
17. I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight / Discoth?que (snippet)
18. Pride (In The Name Of Love) / Unknown (snippet)
19. MLK
20. Walk On / You'll Never Walk Alone (snippet)
21. One / Rain (snippet)
22. Where The Streets Have No Name
23. Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me
24. With Or Without You
25. Moment of Surrender / Singing In The Rain (snippet)
26. Outro

Comments on the recording:
This is a recording of Bono's IEM feed. Hence the instruments are rather well balanced and the click track can hardly be heard on most tracks. There are some tracks with a notable click track though.

There are occasional minor and very few major interferences.

Fades for burning a set of audio CDs are included (move the files from the subdirectory to the main directory and split the discs between 14a and 14b).

Comments on the show:
Many shows are said to be special. This is what makes this one different from others:

- Setlist:
  I Will Follow (first 360? Tour appearance)
  No Line On The Horizon (first and so far only 2010 appearance)
  Every Breaking Wave (first performance ever)
  Pride (first 2010 appearance)

- Many family members of the band are in attendance and are mentioned before   ISHFWILF. This inspired the band and Bono in particular. 

- For the first time in a long time they tried something out and experimented.
  (EBW and NLOTH) which reminded me of the old days. They usually don't take
  any risks these days.

The Rolling Stones - Jersey Devil (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Brendan Byrne Arena, 
Meadowlands, New Jersey

Jersey Devil Empress Valley Supreme Disc (evsd-115/116/117/118/119/120)

Disc One
1. Take The 'A' Train
2. Under My Thumb
3. When the Whip Comes Down
4. Let's Spend the Night Together
5. Shattered
6. Neighbors
7. Black Limousine
8. Just My Imagination
9. Down the Road Apiece
10. Going to a Go-Go
11. Let Me Go
12. Time is On My Side
13. Beast of Burden
14. Waiting on a Friend
15. Let it Bleed 

Disc Two
1. You Can't Always Get What You Want
2. Band Introductions
3. Little T & A
4. Tumbling Dice
5. She's So Cold
6. All Down the Line
7. Hang Fire
8. Miss You
9. Start Me Up
10. Honky Tonk Women #
11. Brown Sugar
12. Jumping Jack Flash
13. Satisfaction
14. Star Spangled Banner 

Disc Three
1. Take The 'A' Train
2. Under My Thumb
3. When the Whip Comes Down
4. Let's Spend the Night Together
5. Shattered
6. Neighbors
7. Black Limousine
8. Just My Imagination
9. Down the Road Apiece
10. Going to a Go-Go
11. Let Me Go
12. Time is On My Side
13. Beast of Burden
14. Waiting on a Friend
15. Let it Bleed 

Disc Four
1. You Can't Always Get What You Want
2. Band Introductions
3. Little T & A
4. Tumbling Dice
5. She's So Cold
6. All Down the Line
7. Hang Fire
8. Miss You
9. Start Me Up
10. Honky Tonk Women #
11. Brown Sugar
12. Jumping Jack Flash
13. Satisfaction
14. Star Spangled Banner 

Disc Five
1. Take The 'A' Train
2. Under My Thumb
3. When the Whip Comes Down
4. Let's Spend the Night Together
5. Shattered
6. Neighbors
7. Black Limousine
8. Just My Imagination
9. Down the Road Apiece
10. Going to a Go-Go
11. Let Me Go
12. Time is On My Side
13. Beast of Burden
14. Waiting on a Friend
15. Let it Bleed 

Disc Six
1. You Can't Always Get What You Want
2. Band Introductions
3. Little T & A
4. Tumbling Dice *
5. She's So Cold *
6. All Down the Line *
7. Hang Fire *
8. Miss You *
9. Start Me Up
10. Honky Tonk Women (with Tina Turner) *
11. Brown Sugar *
12. Jumping Jack Flash *
13. Satisfaction
14. Star Spangled Banner 

* Disc six tracks 4 through 12 from King Dome, Seattle, Washington 1981-10-15
# / Tina Turner on Vocals

Eric Burdon - 1976-04-21 - Cologne, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Video Source: WDR German Rockpalast TV Broadcast(on 26th February 1995)
Taper: Axel himself
Video Bitrate: 9048 to 9234 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR 25.000 Frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment

Audio Source: WDR German Rockpalast TV Broadcast(see above)
Lineage: see below
Taper: Axel himself
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

Lineage: WDR German Rockpalast TV Broadcast(see above) > Nokia satellite bowl > Pace satellite TV receiver > via Scart cable > Akai VCR(SP mode) > BASF 240min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(XP mode) > Sony DVD- on HD (> YOU)
DVD with menue and scattered chapters
File Size: 3.90GB

Eric Burdon: Vocals
Robert Ahwai: Guitar
Mike Carr: Keyboards
Bobby Gien: Drums

01) Johnny Walker
02) Boom, Boom
03) Bring It On Home To Me
04) We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
05) Please Send Me Someone To Love
06) Lonely Avenue
07) Tobacco Road
08) Band Introduction ~ House Of The Rising Sun

09) One More Cup Of Coffee

Length: 58:28min