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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Deep Purple - 2017-11-16 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)



(DVDfull pro-shot)

Deep Purple
BBC Radio 2 In Concert
BBC Radio Theatre, London, England - Thursday November 16, 2017.
BBC Live Red Button TS capture with BBC Radio 2 FM Audio synched

lineage
BBC DVB-T>PCTV TS capture>PC>AUDIO-BBCFM>Marantz ST 320L Tuner>Zoom H2-Sandisk sdhc>PC>Video & FM Audio sync>Authored with Magix MEP.

GSpot says:
DVD VOB format
MPEG-2Program Stream << (1 vid, 1 aud)
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 6495 kbps I/L TFF
PAL 16:9
Audio:
LPCM:48000Hz 1536kb/s tot.
stereo (2/0)

Deep Purple ('Mark VIII'): 
Ian Paice - drums, percussion
Roger Glover - bass, b.vox
Ian Gillan - harmonica, percussion, vox
Steve Morse - guitars, b.vox
Don Airey - keys

01 - Introduction by Jo Whiley
02 - Time For Bedlam
03 - Fireball
04 - Bloodsucker
05 - All I Got Is You
06 - Uncommon Man
07 - The Surprising
08 - Lazy
09 - Birds Of Prey
10 - Perfect Strangers
11 - Smoke On The Water
12 - Hush
13 - Black Night

Run time:- 1:12:02








Bob Dylan - A Tree with Roots (VAR/SHN)

(Various SHN)

This is the "tree" version as distributed

Legend:
Tracks marked with (c) have been copyrighted to bob dylan by dwarf music.
* Remastered from a superior version of the source tape utilized on the 5cd set
** Remastered from an alternate source tape to that on the 5cd set
*** Not included on the 5cd set
All other recordings have been remastered from a brand new state of the art analog to digital transfer of the original cassette sources utilized on the GBT 5cd set. Songs have been rebalanced and EQ'd where appropriate.

Disc one
1) Lock your door *
2) Baby, won't you be my baby *
3) Try Me Little Girl *
4) Young but daily growin' **
5) Bonnie ship The Diamond *
6) The hills of Mexico *
7) Down on me *
8) I can't make it alone *
9) Don't you try me now *
10) One for the road
11) I'm alright *
12) One single river *
13) People get ready *
14) I don't hurt anymore *
15) Be careful of the stones you throw *
16) One man's loss *
17) Baby ain't that fine **
18) Rock salt and nails *
19) A fool such as I *
20) Silhouette *
21) Bring it on home *
22) King of France *
23) Nine hundred miles *
24) Goin' down the road *
25) Spanish is the loving tongue **
26) Po' Lazarus.
27) Santa Fe * (c)
28) Instrumental Jam

Disc two
1) On a rainy afternoon *
2) Come all ye fair and tender ladies ***
3) Under control *
4) Ol' Roison the beau **
5) I'm guilty of loving you **
6) Johnny Todd **
7) Cool water **
8) Banks of the Royal Canal **
9) Belchazaar (take 1)
10) Belchezaar (take 2)
11) I forgot to remember to forget her
12) You win again,
13) Still in town still around
14) Waltzin' with sin
15) Big river (take 1) **
16) Big river (take 2) **
17) Folsom Prison blues **
18) Bells of Rhymney *
19) I Can't Come In With A Broken Heart *
20) I'm a fool for you - false start & take
21) Next time on the highway
22) Tupelo
23) Quit kicking my dog around
24) See you later Allen Ginsburg
25) Tiny Montgomery (c)
26) The Spanish song (take 1)
27) The Spanish song (take 2)
28) I'm your teenage prayer

Disc three
1) Four strong winds
2) The French girl (take 1) (c)
3) The French girl (take 2) (c)
4) Joshua gone Barbados
5) I'm in the mood for love
6) All American boy (c)
7) Sign on the cross **
8) Silent weekend * (c)
9) Don't ya tell Henry * (c)
10) Bourbon Street * (c)
11) Million dollar bash  (take 1) (c)
12) Yea heavy and a bottle of bread  (take 1) (c)
13) Million dollar bash  (take 2)**
14) Yea heavy and a bottle of bread  (take 2)**
15) I'm not there ** (c)
16) Please Mrs Henry ** (c)
17) Crash on the levee  (take 1)** (c)
18) Crash on the levee  (take 2)**
19) Lo and behold (take 1) ** (c)
20) Lo and behold (take 2) **
21) You ain't going nowhere  (take 1) * (c)
22) Too much of nothing (take 1) ** (c)
23) This wheels on fire ** (c)
24) You ain't going nowhere  (take 2) *
25) I shall be released ** (c)

Disc four
1) Too much of nothing (take 2) **
2) Tears of rage (take 1) (c)
3) Tears of rage (take 2)
4) Tears of rage (take 3)
5) Quinn the Eskimo (take 1) (c)
6) Quinn the Eskimo - take 2
7) Open the door Homer  (take 1) (c)
8) Open the door Homer  (take 2)
9) Open the door Homer  (take 3)
10) Nothing was delivered (take 1) (c)
11) Nothing was delivered (take 2)
12) Goin' to Acapulco (c)
13) Gonna get you now
14) Wildwood flower
15) See that my grave is kept clean
16) Comin' round the mountain
17) Flight of the bumble bee
18) Confidential to me
19) Odds and ends (take 1) (c)
20) Nothing was delivered (take 3)
21) Odds and ends (take 2)
22) Get your rocks off ** (c)
23) Clothesline saga ** (c)
24) Apple suckling tree  (take 1) (c)
25) Apple suckling tree  (take 2)
26) All you have to is dream  (take 1) *
27) All you have to do is dream  (take 2)  *

Review:
To follow in their 'GBS' series, Scorpio released their own version of the recent White Bear release 'A Tree With Roots' in this incredible multi-fold out packaging. This is not a direct copy of the previous release. While the quality remains the same, there are a few differences in the track order. Compare the two. The packaging is simply astounding. The tri-fold album is full of breathtaking photos, and houses four cardboard inner sleeves. Each inner sleeve contains a CD, and lists the full track information on the back.

Canned Heat - 1969-06-25 - Boston, MA (SBD/FLAC)


(soundboard FLAC)

Linage:
soundboard > ? 2nd generation cassette (Maxell XLII-90 in 1994)

Transfer:
Sony TC-WE475 > Sony DTC-ZE700 > E-MU E-DSP Soundcard > 16/48 wav > Wavelab (tracking and tweaking) > Flac (level 8) > you

Bob Hite - vocals
Alan Wilson - guitar, harmonica, vocals
Henry Vestine – guitar
Larry Taylor – bass
Adolfo de la Parra - drums

01) [01:17] Introduction
02) [05:06] I Found Love
03) [01:43] Banter / Tuning I
04) [13:34] Catfish Blues
05) [01:44] Banter / Tuning II
06) [04:33] Bullfrog Blues
07) [01:29] Banter / Tuning III
08) [06:39] Gonna Find a New Woman
09) [04:29] Killing Floor
10) [01:48] Banter / Tuning IV
11) [05:33] Bring It On Home
12) [03:53] Banter / Tuning V
13) [35:36] Kaleidoheat Boogie (with drum solo)

Total [1:27:24]

Deep Purple - 2017-11-16 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Radio 2 In Concert 

BBC Radio Theatre, Broadcasting House, London, England 
November 16th 2017 

Lineage 
BBC Radio 2 FM broadcast > Harmon Kardon TU980 tuner > TEAC CDRW890 standalone CD recorder > WAV (EAC in secure mode) > FLAC (TLH @ level 8)

Ian Gillan - vocals, harmonica, tambourine 
Steve Morse - guitar 
Don Airey - keyboards 
Roger Glover - bass 
Ian Paice - drums 

01 - Time For Bedlam 
02 - Fireball 
03 - Bloodsucker 
04 - All I Got Is You 
05 - Uncommon Man 
06 - The Surprising 
07 - Lazy 
08 - Birds Of Prey 
09 - Perfect Strangers 
10 - Smoke On The Water 
11 - Hush 
12 - Black Night 

Friday, November 17, 2017

Gov't Mule - 1995-11-05 - Fort Myers, FL (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Gov't Mule 
Lee County Sports Complex, 
Fort Myers, FL, USA, 
05th November 1995 (opening for ABB) 

Video Source: pro shot recordings 
Tapers: unknown, HANX :-) 
Video Bitrate: 9299 to 9300 kb/s 
Frame rate: VBR at 29.970 frames 
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot) 
DVD Author: unknown, HANX :-) 
DVD format: NTSC 
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment 

Audio Source: pro shot recordings(see above) 
Lineage: see below 
Tapers: unknown, HANX :-) 
Audio Codec: AC3 
Audio bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot strikes again) 

Lineage: pro shot recordings > unknown VCR's > master VHS's(obviously) > playback on unknown VCR > unknown stand alone DVD recorder > DVD > my DVD- on HD (> YOU MULE junkies) 
DVD with menue and scattered chapters 
File Size: 3.75GB 

Warren Haynes: Vocals, Guitar 
Allen Woody: Bass 
Matt Abts: Drums, Percussion 

01) Mule 
02) Rocking Horse ~ 
03) Mr. Big ~ Never In My Life riff ~ Mr. Big 
04) Temporary Saint ~ 
05) Trane ~ Eternity's Breath jam ~ Trane ~ 
06) Just Got Paid ~ Who Do You Love? ~ Just Got Paid 

Encore: 
07) Pygmy Twylyte ~ 
08) Blind Man In The Dark 

Length: 49:57min 

Last Call with Carson Daly, NBC Studio #50, New York, NY, USA, 01st October 2002(aired on 07th October 2002) 

01) Beautifully Broken

Length: 05:05min 

Warren Haynes: Vocals, Guitar 
Danny Louis: Keyboards 
Stefan Lessard: Bass 
Matt Abts: Drums, Percussion 

Length: 55:02min

Jeff Buckley - 1995-02-15 - Paris, France (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Paris France @ Velvet Jungle - Top Live Session
45min Pro-Shot > ? > 3rd Gen VHS > DVDR

01 - Dream Brother
02 - So Real
03 - Last Goodbye
04 - Mojo Pin
05 - Grace
06 - Interview
07 - Eternal Life
08 - Interview



Van Morrison - 1974-07-29 - San Francisco, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Orphanage

Time Coded

SOURCE:
Downloaded Seperate Tracks > TMPGEnc Video Mastering Works > TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4

VIDEO:
Mpeg-2, NTSC, 4x3, 720x480, 29.97fps, 4685 Kb/s

AUDIO:
AC3 Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, 448 kb/s

Top & Track Selection Menus

Capture, Editing, Authoring & Artwork, JTT October 2011


01. Tom Donahue Introduction
02. Heathrow Shuffle
03. Ain'T Nothing You Can Do
04. Warm Love
05. Snow In San Anselmo
06. Help Me
07. Into The Mystic
08. I Believe To My Soul
09. Moondance
10. Foggy Mountain Top
11. Street Choir
12. Listen To The Lion #1
13. I'Ve Been Working #1
14. I Just Want To Make Love To You
15. Listen To The Lion #2
16. Gloria
17. I'Ve Been Working #2
18. Interview With Tom Donahue


Running Time: 01.48.39


Sting - 1993-07-25 - Passariano, IT (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Villa Manin

Lineage: 
RTL 102.5 broadcast > n generation Tape > Aiwa Tape Deck TC-WE475 >  Creative Audigy SE > HD > SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Sting - bass, vocals, guitar
David Sancious - keyboards
Vinnie Colaiuta - drums
Dominic Miller - guitar

01.If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
02.Heavy Cloud, No Rain
03.Love Is Stronger Than Justice
04.Seven Days
05.Fields Of Gold
06.Synchronicity II
07.Every Little Things She Does Is Magic
08.Roxanne
09.It's Probably Me / Sister Moon
10.Shape Of My Heart
11.St.Augustine In Hell
12.An Englishman In New York
13.King Of Pain
14.Bring On the Night / When the World Is Running Down...
15.She's Too Good To me
16.Nothing 'Bout In
17.Every Breath You Take
18.Fragile

TT 100:22

Notes:
This one was sourced off the radio and was broadcasted as well on TV. 1993 was a nice tour, the first one with the quartet line-up featuring Vincenzo Colaiuta. Commercials were cut off so here you have the full concert is the special environment of Villa Manin. Sting seems very moved by this.

The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton -1989-10-19 - Los Angeles, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

LA Memorial Coliseum
Label: Paddington
NTSC DVD-R

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

Audio
DVD LPCM AUDIO

Codec: MPEG-2

Pic/s 29.970 ; Frames/s 29.970 , Fields/s 59.940
NTSC pic [w x 720 X 480 , seq ext 720 X 480
Ratio 4:3
Menu and chapters

Size: 4,11 GB

01. Continental Drift
02. Start Me Up
03. Bitch
04. Sad Sad Sad
05. Undercover Of The Night
06. Hurlem Shuffle
07. Tumbling Dice
08. Miss You
09. Ruby Tuesday
10. Angie
11. Rock And A Hard Place
12. Mixed Emotions
13. Honky Tonk Women
14. Midnight Rambler
15. You Cant Always Get What You Want
16. Little Red Rooster (w. Eric Clapton)
17. Before They Make Me Run
18. Happy
19. Paint It Black
20. 2000 Light Years From Home
21. Sympathy For The Devil
22. Gimme Shelter
23. Its Only Rock And Roll
24. Brown Sugar
25. Satisfaction
26. Jumping Jack Flash

The Rolling Stones - 1995-02-04 - Rio de Janiero, BR (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Live In Rio '95 in STEREO

Lineage: 
DVD-R > DVD Decrypter > HDD

DVD VOB Format
MPEG-2 Program Stream
Sysbitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR

Audio
AC3
448 kb/s tot , 6 chnls [3/2.1]
Codec ; MPEG-2  
Pic/s 29.970 ; Frames/s 29.970 , Fields/s 59.940

NTSC    
720 X 480
Ratio 4:3
Menu and chapters


Info Source: 
PRO-SHOT. UPGRADE!! Live In Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Feb. 4, 1995. 
Bonus: Brazilian MTV Special + Keith Richards Interview

Audio: 2 multi-channel sound:
a) STEREO Dolby Surround 5.1
b) Stereo DTS 5.1

Menu: Interactive menu & correct chapter selection.
Coding: All code NTSC
Format: 2 DVD-R
Running Time: 195 minutes approx.
Quality: Excellent (9/10)

DVD 1
01 Intro
02 Tumbling Dice not on the art info .
03 Not Fade Away
04 You Got Me Rocking
05 Its All Over Now
06 Live With Me
07 Sparks Will Fly
08 Satisfaction
09 Out Of Tears
10 Angie
11 Midnight Rambler
12 Rock And A Hard Place
13 I Go Wild
14 Miss You
15 Band Introductions
16 Honky Tonk Women
17 Happy
18 The Worst

DVD 2
01 Sympathy For The Devil
02 Monkey Man
03 Street Fighting Man
04 Start Me Up
05 Its Only Rock N Roll
06 Brown Sugar
07 Jumping Jack Flash
08 Ending Titles / Start Me Up

Bonus
- MTV Special
- Interview Keith Richards

Simple Minds - 1981-09-06 - Stafford, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Cassette (unknown gen)- transferred to PC at 48khz / 24 bit via M-Audio Delta 2496 sound card - Audacity - Noise Removed - Left and Right tracks amplified - tracks split - 

01 Changeling 
02 Thirty Frames a Second 
03 Premonition 
04 Sweat In Bullet 
05 League of Nations 
06 Love Song (tape flip towards end) 
07 I Travel 
08 Celebrate 
09 The American

no split for CD just like the original concert 

The Band - 1973-07-27/28 - Watkins Glen, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(very good audience recording FLAC)

GLEN FESTIVAL

FRIDAY JULY 27, 1973 THE SOUNDCHECK
1 THE BAND
2 ALLMAN BROS
3 GRATEFUL DEAD

SATURDAY JULY 28, 1973 THE CONCERT
1 GRATEFUL DEAD
2 THE BAND
3 ALLMAN BROTHERS
4 SUMMER JAM (members of all 3 bands playing)


TECH NOTES:
2 SONY ECM-22P electret condenser microphones into
HITACHI TRQ-222 stereo cassette recorder
using TDK SD-90 cassette tape

Transferred the MC using a Sony tc we-175 deck with a dbx 2231 EQ
to a Sony rcd w500c, which is a  standalone cd recorder

Lineage:
Master Audience Cassettes > EQ > CDR > EAC > CDR > EAC > WAVE > TRADER'S LITTLE HELPER > FLAC


Disc 1 - Friday, July 27, 1973
The Sound Check
01. Instrumental (1.2MB)
02. audience (2.6MB)
03. Instrumental (9.6MB)
04. audience (1.6MB)
05. Don’t Do It (10.6MB)
06. audience (3.7MB)
07. W. S. Walcott Medicine Show (6.8MB)

Disc 2 - Saturday, July 28, 1973
The Concert - Part I
01. audience/tuning (1.7MB)
02. Instrumental (6.3MB)
03. audience (1.2MB)
04. Introduction - Sam Cutler and Bill Graham (2.1MB)
05. Goin’ Back To Memphis (11.2MB)
“We’ve got a visitor” (comments about parachutist who sadly would die)
06. audience (271k)
07. Lovin’ You Is Sweeter Than Ever (8.1MB)
08. The Shape I’m In (8.1MB)
09. The Weight (12.5MB)
10. Stage Fright (8.7MB)
11. I Shall Be Released (6.7MB)
12. Don’t Do It (12.3MB)
13. Endless Highway (13.1MB)
14. The Genetic Method (14.7MB)
15. Chest Fever (9.1MB)

Disc 3 - Saturday, July 28, 1973
The Concert - Part II
01. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (7.6MB)
02. Across The Great Divide (6.4MB)
03. Instrumental (9.2MB)
04. Holy Cow (14.3MB
05. audience (3.1MB)
06. Life Is A Carnival (14.2MB
07. Saved (12.9MB)
08. Up On Cripple Creek (7.5MB)
09. audience (2.9MB)
10. Share Your Love (6.4MB)
11. Wheels On Fire (7.4MB)
12. W. S. Wolcott Medicine Show (8.0MB)
13. Slippin’ And Slidin’ (12.3MB)
14. audience (1.2MB)
15. Rag Mama Rag (8.2MB)

Disc 4 - Saturday, July 28, 1973
The Concert - Part III (after the main event)

Summer Jam - various members of The Band, Allman Brothers and Grateful Dead

The Grateful Dead
Jerry Garcia - guitar, vocals
Bob Weir - guitar, vocals
Keith Godchaux - piano, keyboards
Phil Lesh - bass
Bill Kreutzmann - drums

The Band
Rick Danko - guitar, vocals
Richard Manuel - piano, vocals

The Allman Brothers Band
Gregg Allman - organ
Dickey Betts - guitar


01. A Change Is Gonna Come (first take) (969k)
02. A Change Is Gonna Come (8.3MB)
03. Rick and crowd converse (1.5MB)
04. Rainin’ In My Heart (7.4MB)
05. “It hasn’t been planned” (266k)
06. Tuning and direction as various musicians converge and proceed to mill about and play (997k)
07. Have You Ever Been Mistreated (Richard Manuel vocal) (12.4MB)
08. “Go away Jerry” (661k)
09. Da Di De Day (Rick vocal) (10.3MB)
10. Not Fade Away (28.0MB
11. “Level Checking” (772k)
12. Let Me Wrap You In My Warm And Tender Love (Rick and Jerry vocals) (12.5MB)
13. Reelin’ And Rockin’ (9.5MB)
14. “We want our money back” (240k)
15. Mountain Jam (31.5MB
16. Amazing Grace (323k)
17. Amazing Grace (4.2MB)
18. Mountain Jam (6.3MB)

Steve Hackett - 1980-10-05 - Washington, DC (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Bayou 

Delayed broadcast recorded from WLIR-FM, Garden City, Long Island, NY, USA 

Lineage: 1st gen cassette tape Technics Receiver > BIC tapedeck > Maxell UDXLII C90 tape > Sony TC-WE835S Cassette Deck > PC Crystal Audio Card > Soundforge > pitch correction > EAC > FLAC level 6 

Steve Hackett - guitars, vocals 
John Hackett - flute 
Nick Magnus - keyboards 
John Shearer - drums 
Pete Hicks - vocals 
Dik Cadbury - bass 

01 - Slogans 
02 - Everyday 
03 - The Red Flower of Tachai Blooms Everywhere > 
04 - Tigermoth 
05 - It's Time to Get Out > 
06 - The Steppes 
07 - Blood On The Rooftops > Horizons 
08 - Kim 
09 - Narnia 
10 - Jacuzzi 

fade out/in (tape flip) 

11 - Spectral Mornings 
12 - A Tower Struck Down Blues > 
13 - Clocks - The Angel of Mons 

Encore: 
(Band Introductions) 
14 - The Show > It's Now or Never 
15 - Please Don't Touch

Total Running Time: 82:41 

Note: 
The song "Sentimental Institution" may be missing at the tape flip mark - judging from Hackett's comment "That's the end of th 1930's interlude" at the fade in; but the song also may have been cut from the delayed broadcast. If anyone knows for sure, or has a more complete version, please post.

The Cure - 1996-01-26 - Rio De Janeiro, BR (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

The Cure
Rio de Janeiro,
PraÁa da Apoteose,
Brazil,
January 26th 1996.
'Hollywood Rock'

source: "carnival" original silvers cds
quality: excellent

silvers cds > WAV > FLAC

disc one:
01 want 5:18
02 fascination street 4:47
03 a night like this 5:11
04 pictures of you 7:56
05 lullaby 4:09
06 just like heaven 3:35
07 trust 5:20
08 jupiter crash 4:34
09 high 3:24
10 dressing up 2:49
11 the walk 3:24
12 let's go to bed 3:50
13 push 5:02
14 friday i'm in love 3:27
15 inbetween days 3:29
16 from the edge of the deep green sea 8:21

disc two:
17 shiver and shake 4:46
18 disintegration 8:13
19 end 8:10
20 three imaginary boys 3:12
21 boys don't cry 3:21
22 10:15 saturday night 4:18
23 killing an arab 6:10
24 mint car 3:48
25 close to me 4:03
26 why can't i be you? 3:51
27 charlotte sometimes 4:00
28 a forest 13:35

Steve Morse - 1986-06-14 - New York, NY (SBD/FLAC) Early show



(Soundboard FLAC)

BOTTOM LINE, EARLY SHOW 

Lineage
Sb Cassette Master > Reel > M-Audio Transit > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor > Flac

01 - Talk/Tuning 
02 - Northen Lights 
03 - Talk/Tuning 
04 - Picture This 
05 - Talk/Tuning 
06 - Jesus,Joy Of Man'S Desiring 
07 - ? 
08 - Old World 
09 - Talk/Tuning 
10 - Untiltled 
11 - The Riff Raff 
12 - Talk/Tuning 
13 - Loop Improvisation Medley 
14 - Talk/Tuning 
15 - Country Colors 
16 - Talk/Tuning 
17 - I'Ll Just Pick 
18 - Talk/Tuning 
19 - On The Pipe 
20 - Crowd 
21 - Cruise Missle 

Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1985-12-07 - Milwaukee, WI (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
SBD>???>Wav>TLH encoded Flac Level 8>You 

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Guitar 
Chris Layton - Drums 
Tommy Shannon - bass 
Reese Wynans - Keyboards

Disc 1 
1. Scuttle Buttin/ Say what 
2. Ain't Gone N' Give Up On Love 
3. Change it 
4. Voodoo Child (slight return) 
5. Mary Had a Little Lamb 
6, The Things I Used to Do 
7. Cold Shot 
8. Couldn't Stand The Weather 

Disc 2 
1. Texas Flood 
2. Love Struck Baby 
3. Life Without You 
4. Look at Little Sister 
5. Come On (Part III) 
6. Mary Had A Little Lamb(Removed) 
7. Superstition(Removed) 
8. Willie The Wimp(Removed) 
9. Voodoo Child(Slight Return)(removed) 
10. Change it(removed) 

Simple Minds - 1991-08-24 - Milton Keynes, UK (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

National Bowl

lineage
FM radio broadcast > Technics Tuner > AIWA Tape Deck > Tascam DA-20 Mk 2 DAT machine > HHb burnit CDr recorder...no EQ
CDr > EAC > Traders Little Helper > Flac8 sector aligned

Jim Kerr...Vocals
Charlie Burchill...Guitars
Mark Taylor...Keyboards
Mel Gaynor...Drums
Malcolm Foster...Bass

Disc 1:
01 - Real Life
02 - Love Song
03 - See The Lights
04 - Travelling Man
05 - East At Easter
06 - Banging On The Door
07 - Book Of Brilliant Things
08 - Don't You Forget About Me
09 - Stand By Love
10 - Oh Jungleland

Disc 2:
01 - Someone, Somewhere (In Summertime)
02 - King Is White And In The Crowd
03 - The Big Sleep
04 - Sanctify Yourself
05 - Let There Be Love
06 - Alive And Kicking
07 - Encore break...
08 - Waterfront
09 - Ghostrider
10 - Belfast Child

Simple Minds - 1982-02-19 - Gothenburg, SWE (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Karen Theatre

Lineage:
1st generation cassette > Nakamichi > amplifiers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac. 

01. Love Song 
02. Changeling 
03. Factory 
04. Thirty Frames A Second 
05. Premonition 
06. Sweat In Bullet 
07. Promised You A Miracle 
08. I Travel 
09. Celebrate 
10. The American 
11. Sons & Fascination 

Encore : 
12. Room > DJ Outro 

Good recording, one of the best documents of the 82' tour. 

Dream Theater - 1993-05-15 - Warwick, RI (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast master reel FLAC)

lineage:
94.1 WHJY FM radio (Providence, R.I.) > Sansui 8 reciever > Teac reel deck (not sure which model) > Maxell UD 7" reel @ 3.3/4 ips > played on Teac 3300 into soundforge 4.5 > FLAC 6

James LaBrie- vocals
John Petrucci- guitar
Kevin Moore- keyboards
John Myung- bass
Mike Portnoy- drums
Rocky Point Palladium

recording quality - B, either FM interference and/or broadcast problems until about a minute into track 5, after that it's mostly close to A.

disc 1 73:11
01 - learning to live 12:56
02 - under a glass moon 7:51
03 - status seeker new intro 5:25
04 - wait for sleep > surrounded (8:43, sound problems in 1st minute, the rest is pretty clean)
05 - puppies on acid > take the time 11:38
06 - to live forever 10:09
07 - another day > metropolis Part I 16:26

disc 2 - 13:47
encores
08 - Eve 4:23
09 - pull me under 9:23

total runtime - 86:58

Van Halen - 1984-04-21 - Quebec City, Canada (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Le Colisee de Quebec

Lineage: 
AUD>1st gen cass>Sony tape deck>TDK standalone burner>CDR(1)>EAC(secure/offset)>WAV>FLAC

Quality: A

Disc 1
01. Unchained 4:30
02. Hot For Teacher 4:05
03. Drum Solo 2:56
04. On Fire 3:10
05. Runnin' With The Devil 3:00
06. Dave Raps 1:51
07. Little Guitars 4:28
08. Cathedral 1:54
09. House Of Pain 4:01
10. Bass Solo 4:36
11. Jamie's Cryin' 3:27
12. I'll Wait 4:55
13. Keyboard Solo 1:51
14. Everybody Wants Some!! 8:41
15. Girl Gone Bad 4:55

Total Time: 58:25

Disc 2
01. Ice Cream Man 4:04
02. Summertime Blues 5:01
03. 1984 0:58
04. Jump 4:18
05. Guitar Solo 13:54
06. (Oh) Pretty Woman 3:10
07. Panama 6:23
08. You Really Got Me 7:55
09. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love 6:06
10. CHOM-FM promo 0:11

Total Time: 52:02

Notes:
Best show of the 1984 tour and a must-have. The only show that really departs from the cookie-cutter 1984 setlist. Terrific "A" level, definitive 1st gen quality makes this required listening for all VH fans. If you only own one 1984 show, this is hands down the one to own.

Obviously, the huge difference between this and other 1984 shows is "Summertime Blues" and "Ice Cream Man," two songs that no other circulating 1984 show has. In addition, Dave's rap is very short, and "Everybody Wants Some!!" is also markedly different from EWS in all other shows. Instead of the usual 15 minutes, it's under 9 minutes, and there's no joking around. A lot of it is instrumental Ed and Al in the mdidle section of the song. I'm virtually certain this was classic Van Halen's only stop in Quebec, and as such, they wanted to make it a special show. They knew they couldn't fuck around like they did in all the other 1984 shows. They were on their "best behavior" that night. They wanted the Quebec audience to hear a tight performance with vintage songs like "Ice Cream Man" and "Summertime Blues."

Neil Young - 2013-03-13 - Melbourne, AU (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Track Info: The Plenary, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 
Source Info: AUD>LPCM>WAV>FLAC [2x Countryman B3s > Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10] 
Mastering: Adobe Audition Amplify (~20 main set -25 DB acoustic set), track split and down sample to 16 bit 44khz 
Taper: Roman79 ~ 40m LOC (seated) 
Sound Rating: B+ 

01. Intro - National Anthem, 
02. Love and Only Love, 
03. Powderfinger, 
04. Born in Ontario, 
05. Walk Like a Giant, 
06. Hole in the Sky, 
07. Heart of Gold, 
08. Twisted Road, 
09. Singer Without a Song, 
10. Ramada Inn, 
11. Cinnamon Girl, 
12. Cortez the Killer, 
13. Dangerbird, 
14. Barstool Blues, 
15. Prisoners of Rock 'n' Roll, 
16. Opera Star, 
17. My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue), 
18. Sedan Delivery, 
19. Encore, 
20. Like a Hurricane. 

Length: 172:07 

Sound Comments/Faults?: Good quality, some echo on the vocals but not overly distant, audience noise is negligible. However low recording level caused by taper error has generated background hiss which is quite significant on the solo acoustic section. 

Show Comments: Long show for the Australian leg of the tour. Heckler heard in #5 “ Do it in your own time Neil!”. 

Note : track 00: Intro - A Day in the Life has been omitted from this torrent because of the official content played. 

U2 - 2001-05-31 - Buffalo, NY (ALD/AUD/MTX/FLAC)



(ALD/AUD/MTX FLAC)

U2 - There Are Places I Remember 
Thursday May 31, 2001 
HSBC Arena 
Buffalo, New York 

Source: ALD/AUD Matrix 
1. ALD > Sony D8 (probably analogue Transfer) > wav 
2. Coresound Mics > Sony D8 > CDR(x2) > SHN 

Disc One 
01 Trippy Elevation Mix (AUD only) 
02 Elevation (first :16 AUD only) 
03 Beautiful Day 
04 Until The End Of The World 
05 Even Better Than The Real Thing 
06 Mysterious Ways 
07 Bono thanks the Mosers - John Lennon 
08 In My Life 
09 Stuck In A Moment 
10 Kite 
11 Gone 
12 New York 
13 I Will Follow 
14 Sunday Bloody Sunday 
15 In A Little While 
16 band intro's 
17 Desire 

Disc Two 
01 Stay 
02 Bad - '40' 
03 Where The Streets Have No Name 
04 Pride 
05 Bullet The Blue Sky 
06 With Or Without You 
07 The Fly 
08 One / She's A Mystery To Me 
09 Walk On 

Notes:
Well I was inspired by god_61's 'Elevation Tour 15th Anniversary Flood' to revisit this one. I pulled out my original Buffalo 2001 ALD and matrixed it with this circulating AUD recording. This was one of my very early attempts at ALD recording... with somewhat good results. Along with many of the limitations of ALD systems, Buffalo's system is on a 'limiter'. I did NOT go back to the original master tape for this matrix, there are a number of much better recordings from this tour. Going back to the original Master would probably not enhance this much more that this. Originally recorded with a borrowed SONY D8. I did not have access to a digital transfer at the time. The D8 transfer to .wav is more than likely analogue. The original ALD post was mastered in Cool Edit Pro, with a custom delay (to fill out the sound)

This mix uses the original mastered ALD post. Mixed and time synced in Audition, with some minor EQ and plug in's. To match the original ALD post, some audience appreciation (encore clapping) was removed. I also removed the first 1:15 seconds of Trippy Elevation Mix (which was a patch from the Chicago 5-16-2001 show) Re-tracked in Cool Edit Pro (just because it's easier than Audition)
Added split track #7 for my friends Bruce and Mary Moser, who via their first USA tour, arguably, single handedly introduced U2 to the USA. (at 'Stage One' in Buffalo in 1980)

Alternate tracks 17 & 18 for CD splits are included

Rush - 2015-06-27 - Newark, NJ (AUD/FLAC) Taper: Tapehead2

(Audience FLAC)

Prudential Center 
Newark, NJ 
June 27, 2015 

Source: SP-CMC-8 (AT943) > SP-SPSB-10 > Edirol R-09 (24/48) 
Transfer: SD card > wav file > Sound Studio (convert 16/44.1) > xACT > FLAC (level 8) 
Recording location: Lower bowl section 4, row 24 
Recorded by: Tapehead2 

Set 1: 
01 Intro video: The World Is… The World Is 
02 The Anarchist 
03 Headlong Flight (with “Drumbastica” drum solo) 
04 Far Cry 
05 The Main Monkey Business 
06 How It Is 
07 Animate 
08 Roll The Bones 
09 Between The Wheels 
10 Losing It (with Jonathan Dinklage) 
11 Subdivisions 

Set 2: 
12 Intro video: No Country For Old Hens 
13 Tom Sawyer 
14 The Camera Eye 
15 The Spirit of Radio 
16 Jacob’s Ladder 
17 Hemispheres Prelude 
18 Cygnus X-1 (with drum solo) 
19 Closer To The Heart 
20 Xanadu 
21 2112 (Overture/Temples of Syrinx/Presentation/Grand Finale) 

Encore: 
22 Intro video: Mel’s Rock Pile starring Eugene Levy 
23 Lakeside Park 
24 Anthem 
25 What You're Doing 
26 Working Man w/ Garden Road teaser 
27 Outro video: Exit Stage Left 
28 Outro music: Closer To The Heart polka version 

Steppenwolf - 1980-02-16 - New York, NY (Pre-FM/FLAC)




(Pre-FM FLAC)

Roslyn New York

Here's the reformed John Kay's Steppenwolf at My Father's Place (Roslyn, NY) on February 16th 1980. Cool show with some talking from Kay between songs and very good sounding.

Sound Quality: 9.5

Source:
AWESOME PRE FM SOUNDBOARD WLIR 92.7 REALLY NICE SHOW

2/16/80 My Fathers Place, Roslyn NY, Pre FM cassette master>???>cdr

John Kay - Guitar & Vocals
Michael Palmer - Guitar
Jared Perry - Bass & Vocals
Steven Palmer - Drums
Danny Ironstone - Keys & Vocals

01 - Intro I'm Movin' On
02 - Down In New Orleans
03 - Hey Lawdy Mama
04 - The Best Is Barely Good Enough
05 - You
06 - Snowblind Friend
07 - Hot Night In A Cold Town
08 - Band Intro - Underworld Figure
09 - Sookie Sookie
10 - Ain't Nothing Like It Used To Be
11 - Magic Carpet Ride
12 - Give Me Some News I Can Use
13 - Business Is Business
14 - Born To Be Wild
15 - Crowd - The Pusher
16 - Crowd - Monster Jam

Iron Maiden - 1995-10-16 - Sofia, Bulgaria (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Audio/Video Specs:

Title:
Size: 3.39 Gb ( 3 558 266 KBytes ) - DVD-5
Enabled regions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

VTS_01 :

Play Length: 00:43:37
Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio:
Not specified (LinearPCM, 2 ch)

VTS_02 :

Play Length: 00:06:53
Video: PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Audio:
Not specified (MPEG1, 2 ch)

Menu Video:

PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR
Menu Audio:
Not specified (Dolby AC3, 2 ch)
Menu Subtitles:
Not specified
Menu Language Unit :
Root Menu

Format:

PAL


01 - Man On The Edge
02 - The Edge Of Darkness
03 - Fear Of The Dark
04 - The Clairvoyant
05 - The Number Of The Beast
06 - Hallowed Be Thy Name
07 - The Trooper
08 - Iron Maiden



Ultravox - 1979-03-xx - Buffalo, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
SBD>tape(1st copy)>CDR(Ph.CDR570)>wave(EAC)>flacf(8)>speed correction>EAC>FLAC(8)

John Foxx: vocals
Chris Cross: Bass
Billy Currie: Keyboards / Violin
Warren Cann: Drums
Robin Simon: guitar

01: the man who dies every day 6:08
02: slip away 4:19
03: slow motion 3:47 >
04: Hiroshima mon amour 4:03
05: touch and go 5:03
06: artificial life 5:13
07: just for a moment 4:00
08: he's a liquid 5:50
09: quiet man 3:52 (apparent tape flip after)
10: radio beach 3:48
11: I can't stay long (spliced) 3:50
12: someone else's clothes 5:53
13: blue light 3:59 >
14: rockwrok 5:14
15: my sex 3:53

runtime: 68:58

previously listed as March 4, 1979 but that is not correct since Ultravox played 4 shows in Boston in March 79, 2 on March 3 and 2 more on March 4th. This is likely a day or two before or after that.
2nd show

remaster notes:
This appears to be either a different date or show than listed, since they played 2 shows in Boston on March 3rd and 2 more on the 4th. The BBC broadcast posted a few times before is from one of those shows, and that is an edited version of the show missing about 20 min. this doesn't sound like that show. If it's from Buffalo, it's probably a day or two before or after the listed date. It needed speed correction (again) so I slowed it by 9.5 cents, it needed retracking, since several tracks began with several seconds of applause, and the levels were recorded too high with clipping throughout. (not horribly, but noticably) there were also short (about .005 sec.) gaps at most of the track breaks. not any more. there were also some problems in the right side during some parts of "blue light" (or else the soundman doesn't care much for David Gilmour titles) so I monoized some short sections to cover up the missing sound without ruining it. this was an almost-deleter when I got it. Now it's considerably better, glad I remastered instead of deleted (I can't listen to pepped Ultravox, it just didn't sound like them before). and listening to it as I write this info text, it sounds pretty decent (after 4 tries to get the speed to sound right, this is the only one to get posted) I also cut out a very short section of recorder turn-on noise at the start of track 9 (only about .01 of a second) I think I got the speed right, this Ultravox band has a very distinct tone and sound to them, especially John Foxx. I've heard enough of this tour to know what it should sound like. I wouldn't be able to attempt doing this to a Jack DeJohnette's Directions recording. I think anyone who heard this before will find this more than a little improvement.