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 19 giugno 2018

Pink Floyd - 1994-10-20 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

1994-10-20 - Pink Floyd - Radio Source

Earls Court, London, England

Low gen. cassette -> Sony HCD-EH26 -> Creative SB Audigy SE -> NeroWaveEditor -> TLH -> flac

David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Richard Wright
Sam Brown - backing vocals
Jon Carin - keyboards & vocals
Claudia Fontaine - backing Vocals
Durga McBroom - backing vocals
Dick Parry - saxophone
Guy Pratt - bass guitar & vocals
Tim Renwick - guitars
Gary Wallis - percussion

cd 1:
01 Radio Intro
02 Shine On You Crazy Diamond
03 Learning To Fly
04 High Hopes
05 Take It Back
06 Coming Back To Life
07 Sorrow
08 Keep Talking
09 Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
10 One Of These Days

cd 2:
01 Speak To Me
02 Breathe 
03 On The Run
04 Time
05 Breathe (reprise)
06 The Great Gig In The Sky
07 Money
08 Us And Them
09 Any Colour You Like
10 Brain Damage
11 Eclipse
12 Wish You Were Here
13 Comfortably Numb
14 Run Like Hell

Leonard Cohen - 1988-05-20 - San Sebastián, ES (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

TVE 50 rebroadcast
Digital recording, not reencoded
PRO SHOT, PAL, 4:3, Stereo
Menus w/ DVD Studio Pro

Data Size: 3.20 GB
Bit Rate: 4.01 Mbps

Video Tracks:
MPEG-2, 720 × 576, 4:3, 25 fps, 8.00 Mbps, upper field first

Audio Tracks:
MP2 stereo, 48 kHz, 192 kbps

01. Dance me to the end of love
02. Ain’t no cure
03. Who by fire
04. Bird on a wire
05. Avalanche
06. Chelsea Hotel # 2
07. Tower of song
08. Sisters of mercy
09. One of us cannot be wrong
10. First we take Manhattan
11. Everybody knows
12. Joan of Arc
13. Hallelujah
14. Take this waltz
15. Partisan
16. Suzanne
17. Heart with no companion

18. Coming back to you
19. I can’t forget
20. So long Marianne

Duration: 1:54:04

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

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Karen Theatre

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. 

Frank Zappa - 1979-03-19 - Brest, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Sounboard FLAC)

Frank Zappa 
Live At Parc De Penfeld, Brest, France, March 19th 1979 
“Je suis une légende” Cosmic Top Secret Laboratories CTS - 012 1/2 

My silvers. 
EAC (secure mode) > WAV (& spectrograms included) 
Trader’s Little Helper > FLAC Level 08 (checksums included) 
Tracker > You 

Frank Zappa - Guitar, Vocals 
Ike Willis - Guitar, Vocals 
Denny Walley - Slide Guitar, Vocals 
Warren Cucurullo - Guitar 
Tommy Mars - Keyboards 
Peter Wolf - Keyboards 
Arthur Barrow - Bass 
Ed Mann - Percussion 
Vinnie Colaiuta - Drums 

CD 1 
01. Intro 
02. Persona Non Grata 
03. Band Introduction 
04. Dead Girls Of London 
05. I Ain't Got No Heart 
06. Brown Shoes Don't Make It 
07. Cosmik Debris 
08. Tryin' To Grow A Chin 
09. City Of Tiny Light 
10. Dancin' Fool 
11. Easy Meat 

CD 2 
01. Jumbo Go Away 
02. Andy 
03. Inca Roads 
04. Florentine Pogen 
05. Honey Dont You Want A Man Like Me ? 
06. Peaches En Regalia 
07. Montana 
08. Dirty Love 

Neil Young - 2010-10-02 - Milwaukee, WI (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Recorded from DirecTV => composite video => DVD recorder
lmza file>7-zip>iso file>mounted in virtual drive (alcohol 120%)>DVD files >TMPGenc DVD Author 3(chapters and menu)

Video:MPEG 2 NTSC 720x480 9318kbps Letterboxed
Audio: AC3 256kbps

Farm Aid 2010
Miller Park

01 Down By The River
02 Hitchhiker
03 Ohio
04 Sign of Love
05 Mother Earth *
06 Long May You Run #, *
07 Home Grown +, *

Neil Young electric guitar, harmonica, acoustic guitar, organ
* with Mickey Raphael Harmonica
# with Pegi Young, Anthony Crawford, Diana Dewitt backup vocals
+ with Willie Nelson and Acoustic Guitar, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews

44 mins 17 secs

Bruce Springsteen - 1988-07-19 - Berlin, Germany (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

01. Badlands 
02. The River 
03. The Promised Land 
04. Spare Parts 
05. War 
06. Born In The U.S.A 
07. Chimes of Freedom 
08. Paradise By The C 
09. I'm a Coward 
10. I'm On Fire 
11. Dancing in the Dark 
12. Light of Day 
13. Born to Run 
14. Hungry Heart 
15. Glory Days 
16. Can't Help Falling in Love With You 
17. Bobby Jean 
18. Cadillac Ranch 
19. Tenth Avenue Freeze-out 
20. Sweet Soul Music 
21. Twist and Shout 

18-6-1988 Paris France
01. Promised Land
02. Blowin' in the Wind
03. My Hometown
04. Bad Moon Rising

Germany, sound and video is exellent (sound is soundboard).
Paris, video is black and white and shaky, sound is good (soundboard).
Artwork included.

Led Zeppelin - 1979-08-04 - Stevenage, England, UK (3DVDfull pro-shot)

(3DVDfull pro-shot)

Knebworth Festival,

Title: "Knebworth Masters - 30th Anniversary Edition" (3 x DVD5)

File type: Interlaced MPEG-2
Bitrate: 9000 kbits/s
Framerate: 29.970 Hz
Resolution: 720 x 480
Aspect ratio: 4:3

Format: AC-3 audio
Bitrate: 384 kbps
Sampling Frequency: 48 KHz

DVD 1 (Time: 1:43:23)

01. The Song Remains The Same
02. Celebration Day
03. Black Dog
04. Nobody's Fault But Mine
05. Over The Hills And Far Away
06. Misty Mountain Hop
07. Since I've Been Loving You
08. No Quarter
09. Ten Years Gone
10. Hot Dog
11. The Rain Song
12. White Summer/Black Mountainside
13. Kashmir

DVD 2 (Time: 1:00:30)
01. Trampled Underfoot
02. Sick Again
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Guitar/Bow Solo
05. In the Evening
06. Stairway to Heaven

DVD 3 (Time: 1:18:46)
01. Rock And Roll
02. You’ll Never Walk Alone
03. Whole Lotta Love
04. Heartbreaker

*5. 8MM Cine Films
*6. BBC Radio at Knebworth Park
*7. Rock And Roll – DVD off-cut
*8. Heartbreaker – Alt Camera Mix
*9. Heartbreaker – Solo Camera

lunedì 18 giugno 2018

Led Zeppelin - 1970-08-21 - Tulsa, OK (AUD/FLAC) Tulsa Hillbily - Tarantura

(Audience FLAC)

Led Zeppelin 1970-08-21 Tulsa, Oklahoma - Tulsa Hillbily (Tarantura) 

Artist: Led Zeppelin 
Date: 1972-08-21 
Venue: Civic Center 
Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma 
Source: Audience 
Lineage: CDR > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC 

Bootleg Title: Tulsa Hillbily (2CD) 
Label: Tarantura 

Disc 1 
01.Intro - Immigrant Song 
03.Dazed And Confused 
04.Bring It On Home 
05.That's The Way 
06.Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp 
07.Since I've Been Loving You 

Disc 2 
01.Organ Solo - Thank You 
02.What Is And What Should Never Be 
03.Moby Dick 
04.Whole Lotta Love 

05.Communication Breakdown

Miles Davis - 1989-04-11 - Milan, IT (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

FM > unknown recording and transfer equipment > liberated 'Time After Time' 2CD set > EAC(secure mode, enjoy EAC logs in German language) > Wav > TLH(level8) > Flac (> YOU)

Cineteatro Orfeo, Milano, Italia, 11th April 1989

Miles Davis: Trumpet
Kenny Garrett: Alto-Saxophone, Flute
Joseph 'Foley' McCreary: Four-String-Guitar
Kei Akagi: Keyboards
John Beasley: Keyboards
Benjamin Rietveld: Bass
Ricky Wellman: Drums
Darryl Munyungo Jackson: Percussion

CD1: (56:02min)
01) Jilli (J. Bigham)
02) Hannibal (M. Miller)
03) Intruder (M. Davis)
04) New Blues(a.k.a. Star People) (M. Davis)
05) Perfect Way (G. Gartside-D. Gamson)
06) Mr. Pastorius (M. Miller)
07) Human Nature (S. Porcaro-J. Bettis)

CD2: (55:44min)
08) Tutu (M. Miller)
09) Time After Time (C. Lauper-R. Hyman)
10) Full Nelson (M. Miller)
11) The Senate - Me And You (J. McCreary)
12) Carnival Time (N. Larsen)

Length: 111:46min

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

(Soundboard FLAC)


Palasport, Torino, Italy

September 30, 1980

Soundboard-recording, B+

2 CD-R

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

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

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

Total Running Time: 40.59 + 45.54 = 86.53

Twisted Sister - 2004-06-18 - Budapest, HU (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Twisted Sister - Live in Budapest, Hungary 2004

Pro  DVD
System: NTSC
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Venue: Viking Sports Stadium
Date: 18th June 2004
Size: 3.85 GB
Length: 94 min.
Chapters: Yes
Menu: Yes
Artwork: No, feel free to create and share!
Youtube sample:

Video Attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 52?0 (NTSC)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: Both Pan&scan and Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 704x480 (52?0)
Frame Rate: 30.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 4.06Mbps

Audio Attributes: 
Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not specified
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 256 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1

01. What You Don't Know
02. The Kids Are Back
03. Stay Hungry
04. Destroyer
05. Like A Knife In The Back
06. You Can't Stop Rock & Roll
07. The Fire Still Burns
08. Shoot'em Down
09. We're Not Gonna Take It
10. I Am (I'm Me)
11. I Believe In Rock'N'Roll
12. Under The Blade
13. The Price
14. Burn In Hell
15. I Wanna Rock
16. Come Out And Play
17. S.M.F.

Great reunion show of the cam proshot, with soundboard audio, absolute great show. If you're a TS fan, this is a must have!

domenica 17 giugno 2018

Hawkwind - 1980-07-13 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Lyceum Ballroom 

(low gen tape) > WAV > Soundforge (fade in track 1./ fade out track 14 & fade tape flip after track 9) > CD Wave (track splitting) > FLAC (level 8 on sector boundaries) 

Dave Brock 
Hue Lloyd Langton 
Harvey Bainbridge 
Simon King 
Tim Blake 

01. Intro 
02. Shot Down In The Night 
03. Motorway City 
04. Spirit Of The Age 
05. Urban Guerilla 
06. Prelude 
07. Who's Gonna Win The War 
08. World Of Tiers 
09. Dust Of Time (tape flip) 
10. Space Chase 
11. fade < Lighthouse 
12. Brainstorm 
13. Master Of The Universe 

14. Silver Machine / Levitation 

The first of two 'all-day' events previewing songs from 'Levitation'- the second on the 20th. If I remember rightly support was Nik Turner's ICU, along with Lightning Raiders, Androids of Mu and 'Out On Blue Six'- 
glam punks who had a lot of beer cans in their direction (oh well). 

Notable at the time for Lemmy turning up and (nearly) getting as much attention as the band - but not playing, and now as the last but one gig with Simon King. 

Ozzy Osbourne - 2009-08-22 - Anaheim, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Ozzy Osbourne - Live at BlizzCon 2009

Pro DVD 
System: NTSC
Date: August 22nd 2009
Location : Anaheim, Convention Center
Size: 3.94 GB
Length: 68 Minutes
Menu: Yes, basic
Chapters: Yes, random 5 min.
Lineage: Webcast->Video Converter->DVD->JTT
Artwork: No

Video Attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 52?0 (NTSC)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: Both Pan&scan and Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 720x480 (52?0)
Frame Rate: 30.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 7.77Mbps

Audio Attributes: 
Audio Coding mode: MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 without extension bitstream
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not specified
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 224 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1

Ozzy-Vocals (...)
Guitar: Gus G
Drums: Tommy Clueftos
Bass: Blasko
Keyboards: Adam Wakeman

01. Bark at the moon
02. Suicide solution
03. War pigs
04. I don't know
05. Mr. Crowley
06. I don't wanna stop
07. Iron man
08. I don't want to change the world
09. Crazy train 
10. Paranoid

At last...the Ozzy Blizzcon show on DVD. The source is a webcast, so don't expect pristine quality! (Big thanks to Antikuriller12 for providing the source)

Untill a better version surfaces, this one will do I suppose....(2018 and still not encountered a better version) Ozzy live is always a treat, even with a completely new line up. The band is pretty tight and even Ozzy sings in tune...most of the time!

This is a must have, just for the young kid on guitar at "Crazy Train" alone,  simply mindblowing!!

Bruce Springsteen - 1967-1990 - Songs for an electric mule (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

SONGS FOR AN ELECTRIC MULE (Rarities, Outtakes & Assorted Stuff '67-90) 

Label: Kill Seven Cats 
Format: 2CD 
Catalog #: DM-1995 
Source: Various Sources 
Total Time: 148:29 
Sound: 6.4/23 
Date: 1967-90 
Performance: 7.3/23 
Location: Various Locations 
Overall: 6.2/24 

Disc 1: (74:02) 
01  -  Hungry Heart (4:23) 
02  -  Let The Four Winds Blow / I'm Ready (11:18) 
03  -  Heartbreak Hotel (3:10) 
04  -  Man At The Top (3:55) 
05  -  Spanish Harlem (5:27) 
06  -  I Hear You Knocking (3:35) 
07  -  Wooly Bully (3:23) 
08  -  Louie Louie (6:47) 
09  -  The Promise (6:16) 
10  -  Murder Incorporated (4:01) 
11  -  Cynthia (4:07) 
12  -  None But The Brave (5:30) 
13  -  (Drop On Down And) Cover Me (4:33) - aka Cover Me 
14  -  Sugarland (2:52) 
15  -  Dancing In The U.S.A. (4:45) 

Track 1 "The 1986 Bridge School Benefit Concert", Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA 10/13/86 w/ Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 
Track 2 WMMS-FM radio broadcast, The Agora Club, Cleveland, OH 06/03/74 
Track 3 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH 12/31/78 
Track 4 Alpine Valley Music Theater, East Troy, WI 07/12/84 
Track 5 Union College, Schenectady, NY 10/19/74 w/ Suki Lahav on violin 
Tracks 6-8 Headliner Club, Neptune, NJ 07/16/83 w/ Midnight Thunder 
Track 9 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA 07/01/78 
Tracks 10-14 "Born In The U.S.A." studio demos-outtakes, The Power Station/ The Hit Factory, New York City, NY early 1982-April 1984 
Tracks 11 & 13 are erroneously listed as "Walk On" and "Cynthia" respectively 
Track 15 A medley by someone calling themself 'The Boss', but it's not Bruce! 

Disc 2: (74:29) 
01  -  Sugarland (4:07) 
02  -  Whole Lotta Love (1:28) 
03  -  Hungry Heart (3:47) 
04  -  For You (7:49) 
05  -  Jersey Girl (7:49) 
06  -  Everybody's Looking For Somebody (0:43) 
07  -  I Wanna Start A New Life (1:27) 
08  -  You Gotta Fight (For What You Want) (2:08) 
09  -  Baby I Don't Know (1:37) 
10  -  Chevrolet Deluxe (1:19) 
11  -  Held Up Without A Gun (1:28) 
12  -  You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch) (3:20) 
13  -  Trouble River (3:43) 
14  -  Travelin' Band (2:32) 
15  -  I'm Crying (3:01) 
16  -  Stand By Me (4:25) 
17  -  You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch) (2:37) 
18  -  Born In The U.S.A. (3:40) 
19  -  State Trooper (4:00) 
20  -  That's What You Get (3:09) 
21  -  Baby I (2:05) 
22  -  My Father's House (5:34) - including extended synth coda 
23  -  The Big Payback (2:03) 

Track 1 Bob Devaney Sports Center, Lincoln, NE 11/18/84 
Track 2 Passaic Center, Passaic, NJ 09/20/78 
Track 3 Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark 05/01/81 w/ Malurt 
Track 4 RAI Congresgebouw, Amsterdam, Holland (The Netherlands) 11/23/75 
Track 5 Los Angeles Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA 08/24/81 w/ Tom Waits 
Tracks 6-12 "The River" studio demos-outtakes; The Power Station, New York City, NY April 1979-August 1980 
Track 13 "Human Touch" studio demos-outtakes, A&M Studios/One On One Studios, Los Angeles, CA 1990-91 
Tracks 14-15 The Forum, Inglewood, CA 03/01/90 w/ Tom Petty & Bob Dylan 
Track 16 J.F.K. Stadium, Philadelphia, PA 09/25/87 w/ U2 
Tracks 17-18 "The 1986 Bridge School Benefit", Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA 10/13/86 
Track 19 The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 09/18/84 
Tracks 20-21 Castiles studio demos (acetate), Mr Music Inn, Bricktown, NJ 05/18/66 
Track 22 From the original Japanese pressing of the vinyl Nebraska album 
Track 23 Taken from the 45 RPM B-side

Miles Davis - 1973-06-19 - Tokyo, JP (pre-FM/FLAC)


Miles Davis
Shinjuku Kohseinenkin Hall
Tokyo Japan

"Miles Davis 1973 Tree - A Non-Commercial Fan Project"

Pre-FM Reel > Unknown > CD-R > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Miles Davis - trumpet and organ
Dave Liebman - soprano and tenor saxophone and flute
Pete Cosey - guitar and percussion
Reggie Lucas - guitar
Michael Henderson - electric bass
Al Foster - drums
James Mtume Forman - congas and percussion

01. Applause
02. Turnaroundphrase
03. Tune in 5
04. Right Off
05. Funk [Prelude, pt 1]
06. Tune in 5
07. Applause
08. Ife
09. Agharta Prelude
10. Zimbabwe

U2 - 1985-03-21 - Chicago, IL (AUD/FLAC) "Four At Four"

(Audience FLAC)

University Of Illinois, Pavilion

AKG 460 B w/ULS 61 capsule > WM-D5

Taper: Rick B.

Lineage: Silver-CDs -> EAC -> Flac (Level 6)

Bootleg Title: Four At Four

CD 1:
01 - 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
02 - I Will Follow
03 - Seconds
04 - MLK
05 - The Unforgettable Fire
06 - Wire
07 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
08 - The Cry - The Electric Co. (Snippet: Amazing Grace)
09 - A Sort Of Homecoming
10 - Bad (Snippets: Ruby Tuesday, Sympathy For The Devil)

CD 2:
01 - October
02 - New Year's Day
03 - Pride (In The Name Of Love)

04 - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
05 - Gloria
06 - "40" (How Long) (Snippet: Do They Know It's Christmas) (With the Red Rockers)

recorded at Tiffany's, 1983-03-24 - Glasgow, Scotland
07 - Gloria*
08 - October*
09 - Tomorrow*

Original artwork included !

- Fade-out after Bad
- Fade-in before October
- Please note that U2 didn't played Gloriaafter "40"  once again as printed on the cover

The Rolling Stones - 1975-07-09 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Love You Live Los Angeles
Dogs & Cats 049

Original DAC CD -> WAV (EAC) -> FLAC (flacfrontend) -> You

Inglewood Forum

Very Good - Excellent Audience

One of the best recordings and performances from Tour Of The Americas 1975. Absolutely excellent show Mike Millard is the taper of this one.

01. Fanfare For The Common Man
02. Honky Tonk Women
03. All Down The Line
04. If You Can't Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
05. Star Star
06. Gimme Shelter
07. Ain't Too Proud To Beg
08. You Gotta Move
09. You Can't Always Get What You Want
10. Happy
11. Tumbling Dice
12. It's Only Rock'n Roll
13. Band Introductions
14. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)

01. Fingerprint File
02. Angie
03. Wild Horses
04. That's Life (Billy Preston)
05. Outa Space (Billy Preston)
06. Brown Sugar
07. Midnight Rambler
08. Rip This Joint
09. Street Fighting Man
10. Jumpin' Jack Flash
11. Sympathy For The Devil (removed Sympathy for the devil because it was used for "Love You Live" )

Pink Floyd - 1974-12-09 - Manchester, UK (AUD/FLAC) "Creative Intelligence"

(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd 
Palace Theatre, 
December 9th 1974 

Excellent audience recording 

Boot CD Silvers>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC>You 
Taken from the Japanese CD Bootleg 'Creative Intelligence' (Sigma 19) 

1.Raving & Drooling 
2.Gotta Be Crazy 
3.Shine On You Crazy Diamond 

1.Speak To Me 
3.On The Run 
5.Breathe (Reprise) 
6.The Great Gig In The Sky 
8.Us & Them 
9.Any Colour You Like 
10.Brain Damage 


Mark Knopfler - 1996-06-06 - Groningen, Holland (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

01. Darling Pretty
02. Walk Of Life
03. Imelda
04. The Bug
05. Rüdiger
06. Je Suis Désolé
07. Calling Elvis
08. I'm The Fool
09. Intro
10. Romeo And Juliet
11. Olé, Olé, Olé

01. Sultans Of Swing
02. Done With Bonaparte
03. Intro: Love Idea
04. Vic And Ray
05. Intro: Father And Son
06. Golden Heart
07. Cannibals
08. Telegraph Road
09. Brothers In Arms

01. Money For Nothing
02. Long Highway
03. Wild Theme from Local Hero
04. Water Of Love [A]
05. No Can Do [B]
06. A Night In Summer Long Ago [A]
07. Are We In Trouble Now [B]
08. Hawaiian Lullaby [A]
09. Darling Pretty [C]
10. Walk Of Life [C]
11. Imelda [C]

Martinihal, Groningen, Holland, 6th June 1996.
[A] = Zenith, Paris, France, 12th July 1996&#8232;
[B] = The Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland, 26th April 1996&#8232;
[C] = Theatre Antique, Vaison 2nd August 1996

Additional comments
Rather good audience recording from Groningen 1996 (except the last 8 tracks on disc three). Complete concert. Rare songs and excellent performances.

sabato 16 giugno 2018

Dire Straits - 1979-11-09 - Cologne, DE (AUD/FLAC) LTB-MASTER

(Audience FLAC)

2 x Nippon Chemi-Con EM-10 > Uher Report 4400 Stereo IC > master reel > DAT > CDR > EAC > TLH > FLAC > TLH 2.4.1 > SoundForge 9.0e > TLH 2.4.1 > .flac16 

taped by LTB 

Mark Knopfler - vocals, guitars 
David Knopfler - background vocals, guitars 
John Illsley - background vocals, bass 
David "Pick" Withers - drums 

01. [5:39.03] Down to the Waterline 
02. [5:41.69] Six-Blade Knife 
03. [5:26.70] Once upon a Time in the West 
04. [3:31.41] Lady Writer 
05. [5:52.21] Single-Handed Sailor 
06. [5:46.06] Lions 
07. [6:37.37] Sultans of Swing 
08. [5:36.34] Wild West End 
09. [4:13.50] Portobello Belle 
---reel change--- 
10. [3:50.26] News 
11. [6:55.62] In the Gallery 
12. [5:47.57] Follow Me Home 
13. [3:47.51] Angel of Mercy > 
14. [4:11.04] Solid Rock 
15. [3:12.12] What's the Matter, Baby (Mark Knopfler/David Knopfler) 
16. [4:28.74] Where Do You Think You're Going? 
---reel stop--- 

Encore #1: 
17. [5:20.16] Water of Love 
18. [4:55.57] Southbound Again 

Encore #2: 
19. [3:32.12] Setting Me up 
20. [5:32.48] Twisting by the Pool 

Complete concert. 

TT: 100:00.00 

OEB comment: 
Very good audience recording of 

Great versions and there are a couple of very rare songs in this setlist: 
-Portobello belle, 
-Solid rock (really rare for 1979!), 
-Setting me up (rarely performed live) 
-Twisting by the pool. 

Also a very nice bridge between Angel of mercy and Solid rock. Very cool version of Southbound again. The atmosphere is terrific on this concert, a must to have! 

Derek and The Dominos - 1970-08-11 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

1970-08-11 Soho, London, Great Britain Marquee Club (M1-AUD)


Set One :::

01. -introduction-
02. Roll It Over ->
03. Blues Power ->
04. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
05. Any Day
06. Bad Boy 

Set Two :::
07. Bottle Of Red Wine
08. Little Wing
09. Tell The Truth
10. Country Life
11. I Don't Know Why (cuts)

Total Time ::: 58:11

::: Very fine AUD UPGRADE without many problems on other circulating copies. Check samples for self-prevision, persnickety perusal or ambrosial anticipatory moments.

::: Warts: Some hiss. Surely missed some dropouts but the improvements are remarkable, I promise. "Anyway" at 21:30 & 22:30 has split second tape speed lags from master.
::: Tape labeled by taper as "Early Show" & he is not prone to error, tho' the newspaper ad I found online just showed one show from 7:30-11:00pm (advance tickets 1 pound). If it sold out immediately (and why wouldn't it have?), there could have been a second show added - even a newspaper review of the evening might not tell us... But probably, especially at this point in history, someone knows "for sure" & can even prove it... A million Eric pundits can weigh in.
::: Bill was only Derek & The Dominos.
::: Contrast clause : At the time of posting, no other versions are on the tracker. While possible other 1st gen copies circulate, I haven't seen them around & I spent mega hours of work on this.

Recording Information ::: Uher portable mono reel to reel tape recorder, external microphone (unknown brand) -> master 5" mono reel to reel audience tape (tape speed unknown).

Playback circa 1987 ::: (unknown equipment) master 5" mono reel to reel audience tape -> 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby not indicated (believed off).

Playback 2011-06-21 ::: 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300, Dolby off -> azimuth & speed adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL pro CD recorder -> CD-RW -> computer, EAC secure -> wavs -> Audacity (fades &/or glitches, MANY pops, clicks, dropouts, mike bumps, claps, etc repaired or reduced, normalised to correct dc offset, volume adjustments*, no EQ) -> CD Wave (track splits) -> Trader's Little Helper -> yer ears. First uploaded week of 2013-01-11.

Line-up ::: Eric Clapton - electric guitar, vocals // Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals // Carl Radle - electric bass // Jim Gordon - drums.

Nothing here ever commercially released to my knowledge. If I'm wrong, please advise & I'll take the offending trax offline.

CoolSonics 210 ::: Thanks to the original taper & trader! As with so many of my favourite British sourced recordings of the late 60's and 70's, this one came from "The Man In The Palace", so all hats off to him. Royal thanks! ::: Corrections welcome ::: I offer this upload in honor of Rolf O, aka Brinkhoffs - not the world's biggest EC fan, but to whom the taper of this recording, The Man In The Palace, Hanwaker, myself & many others were very close. I'll carry his wisdom & humor with me off the edge of the world, whenever I walk that plank. I hope he is surrounded by FLOYD of his choice, some good beer & a cigarette, and is taking some real time off from work, he deserves it.

This would seem to be MUCH better than most all circulating copies. I checked against 3, including a couple of purported "remasters" & this is far superior. There is none of the wavering between channels, I repaired hundreds of dropouts, the clarity seems much better & I have worked with the volume somewhat as the taper was doing the same (and also moving the microphone around at times).

(WARNING - Longwinded. Ignore & proceed directly to music if you have fear of burble, chatter, gabble or jabber.) I have been a bit reluctant to make a foray into the world of online Clapton vintage live recordings, but decided to brave it. Should the response be positive & I feel therefore encouraged, perhaps I shall find motivation enough to do so again. Fear of castigation is, of course, at issue. While the upload is free of EQ, purists will likely be horrified & dribble in their collective soup that I breeched sacred taper etiquette with latitude, played out in the hinterlands of volume tinkering - but, of course, they would not say as much to the taper, who was free to knob twiddle with impunity. In any case, I am more than happy to upload a "raw" transfer at some point, should I remain relatively uncastigated, but have strived here for a version which provides the most satisfactory listening experience I could possibly muster withOUT equalisation, which I leave up to the longitude of the individual listener. I must say that, after comparing this to several other versions, the 20 hours or so I spent on dropout removal (my wife says "months"), have rendered the aural experience one of great superiority over the others I heard - it is a fucking joy. (Having said that, if you can provide a better version, I ain't gonna quibble!).

I love this band. After more years than I can fathom, I still rank "Layla" to be one of the top ten of all time. In fact, in my many wanderings in Asia, through Nepal & Laddakh & the lovely Himalayas, I finally fine-tuned my portable music library - take just one cassette - Derek & the Dominos "Layla," with a couple of the bonus tracks from the unissued 2nd album, & I have all I need. One cool thing about Clapton is that people know his name (and often the music!) all over the globe. Ride in a bus through the mountains, hairpin turns dropping thousands of feets below, or get into a taxi in Delhi, or spend the night in some hotel at 13,000 feet in Leh, and they often still have cassette machines, and I'm all set. The magic weaves & life is just fine, no matter how tired, how dirty, how hungry (or bumpy the road), I can tune in. I listened to the record through my early teen rock years & then JD Smith, whose music tastes I could very much respect even if I didn't always agree, kept pounding it into me that this was really the ONE. The respect grew & grew, and never faded. While it never actually bumped Paul Kantner, Grace Slick & David Freiberg's "Baron von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun" off it's perch at No.1, Layla's status after 30 years is still irreplaceably platinum. What a load of sheer talent, superlative songwriting & moment after moment of bliss.

This Marquee show, which I first heard some time in the early 80's, is a revelation. Not long before the initial "Layla" recordings, the songs & band are still new, the passion is cascading off the stage - even in a recording - and there are moments here that REALLY shine. Somewhere in "Bad Boy" the energy level goes way up & there's some GREAT psychedelic guitar. "Tell The Truth" has some rippin' moments. The band hasn't reached 10 plus minute jam peaks but this is the alpha stage, the blastoff. I see multiple reviews online that knock the quality, which is somewhat understandable given the copies I compared this to, but this one pretty damn fine for an audience tape of it's era, recorded by The Man with a reel to reel tape recorder hung by a strap over his shoulder, in a small, packed club & this nice thing is this copy is quite steady, with few distractions. I can't imagine people being disappointed. Have at it, turn it up, and listen. Enjoy!

Kudos to Zongo for life support, Lochner for mikes&more & Fast Freddie for runnin' Video Dick's Record Emporium with the bathroom office full of tape decks. Thanks to Hanwaker (few among us can keep his pace). Mountains of gratitude to Davmar, D.White, Sanchez, Elliot, The Florida Kid, Kloiber, Zingg, JTW, Bershaw, Boston Gold, Weeks, Dixon, Moore, Gough & SO many more for all that collecting & sharing... Royal thanks to The Man In The Palace, Doc Tinker, Brinkhoffs, Barely Eatin', Reel Master Gaule, Parrish & all the traders who housed me thru my music acquisition & travel years. Hats off to Brother Kent, Uncle Jake, Little Queenie (& her neighbor Frank) & his honor Ptomaine Thomas. Glasses raised to Byron for musical horizon expansion & much obliged to J & Thurston for keepin' my concert fires burnin' since my continental shift. Thanks to the Mods for keepin' DIME alive. Enjoy, share, give, spread peace. Yers truly, Knees

Pink Floyd - 1977-07-06 - Montreal, Canada (AUD/SHN)

(Audience SHN)

Pink Floyd: Who Was Trained Not To Spit On The Fan
Olympic Stadium, 
Montreal, Canada

June 7, 1977

Harvested (HRV CDR 023) 

Disc 1:
1. Sheep
2. Pigs On The Wing (Part 1)
3. Dogs
4. Pigs On The Wing (Part 2)
5. Pigs (Three Different Ones)
6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1 - 5)
7. Welcome To The Machine 

Disc2 :
1. Have A Cigar
2. Wish You Were Here
3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6 - 9)
4. Money
5. Us And Them
6. Blues

John Lennon - Borrowed Time (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Original Silver - EAC - FLAC Frontend Level 8

The following tracklist was copied from BZ:

1. I Found Out (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

2. Rock And Roll People (Lennon) 
Alternate Version 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

3. Corrina, Corrina (Trad. Arr. McCoy/Chatman/Williams/Parish) 
Home Recording 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

4. Steel And Glass (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

5. Living On Borrowed Time (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

6. How (Lennon) 
Alternate Version 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

7. Tight A$ (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

8. (Just Like) Starting Over (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 
Early mix

9. Make Love Not War (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 
Mind Games worktitle

10. How Do You Sleep? (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

11. Whatever Happened To... (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

12. Rockabilly Rave-Up (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

13. Dear John (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

14. Crippled Inside (Lennon) 
Alternate Version 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

15. Happy Rishikesh Song (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

16. John Henry (The Steel Driving Man) (Traditional) 
Home Recording 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

17. My Life (Lennon) 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 
2nd version

18. Mother (Lennon) 
Alternate Version 
(date unknown) 
John Lennon 

The following information is from Bootlegzone:

Publisher: Condor
Reference :Condor 1967
Date :
Made In :
Quality :Vg/Ex
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 

Review by: Mark, On 12 Oct 2000 
When this came out, in 1989, it was a pretty awesome collection of Lennon rarities in nice quality.
However, now it is a hodgepodge, and you can find all this stuff on discs that actually go by date and
don't just mix up stuff. 

Review by: craig braelow On 05 Apr 2002 at 08:18 CET 
Review by: bipbop13 On 19 Jul 2002 at 07:23 CET 
Yes, it may be a hodgepodge now, but a good place for the beginner of John boots to start. A nice little mix of everything. The version of I Found Out kicks ass!!! If you find it at a good price (or a trade) pick it up.

Kate Bush - Alone At My Piano (STU/FLAC)

(studio FLAC)

Alone At My Piano (Ukinel Records NY 1988)
modestly remastered & expanded

The 22 demos which Kate Bush recorded all by herself & her piano in November of 1976 can be found, as a whole or in part, on a number of bootleg CDs. The most common ones are "Cathy's Home Demos", "Practice Makes Perfect (Piano Demos No 1)", "If You Could See Me Fly", and "Passing Through Air". The order of the songs varies across those discs, the pauses between songs have been edited out and all of those bootlegs appear to be taken from a vinyl source. The sole exception that I know of is "Alone At My Piano", which presents an (almost completely) uninterrupted recording of all those demos, with inbetween-song pauses & noises intact, taken from a tape source (be it several generations removed from the master cassette).

What ALL those bootleg CDs have in common is that they play dreadfully slow, turning the singer into "a child with a woman in her voice" rather than the true musical prodigy Cathy was at the tender age of 18. That's why I have sped up the recording found on "Alone At My Piano" by about 5.4 %, which more or less restores the original tone & pitch of the cassette recording. What I didn't do is remove the hiss that is clearly present in the copy used for the bootleg (hence the "modest" remastering). We will never be able to get back into that room anyway, alone with Kate at her piano, so I thought it best to leave well alone. This is priceless stuff nonetheless... music in its purest form, methinks.

As for the "expanded" bit: I have added six tracks which can be found on the "Cathy's Home Demos" bootleg. They are two further solo demos from 1980 of "Babooshka" (the first with Kate alone on the piano & some vocal overdubs, the second with Kate at the piano & a rhythm box and vocal + musical overdubs) and five demos with band from 1977, the so-called "Kick Inside" demos. All those clearly derive from a vinyl source; I have removed the worst clicks & pops with the pen tool in SoundForge, but I did not remove the last bit of surface noise as, again, I didn't want to compromise the sound in any way by using a generic restoration tool.

Those wishing to read up on these wonderful piano demos from (November?) 1976 can have a field day on the following web pages: (in German, but well worth a visit)

re: the tracklist. The song titles of the 1976 demos are a moot point, as most of those songs have never been released officially. That's why these songs can be found with different titles on different bootlegs. What you find here are, first, what may well be the true original titles, followed by the various alternatives found for the songs in question on different bootlegs.

The 1976 demos
01. The Kick Inside aka Brother
02. Hammer Horror
03. It Hurts Me aka Feeling Like a Waltz aka A Rose Growing Old
04. Stranded At The Moonbase aka The Air Is Getting Low aka Keep Me Waiting
05. Kashka from Baghdad
06. Surrender Into The Roses aka Coming Up aka Carmilla
07. Oh To Be In Love
08. Rinfy The Gypsy aka Playing Canasta In Cold Rooms
09. On Fire Inside A Snowball aka Hot in the Ice
10. Dali aka Ferry Me Over
11. Where Are The Lionhearts aka On The Rocks
12. Violin
13. The Craft of Love aka Craft of Life
14. The Gay Farewell aka Eddie the Queen
15. Something Like A Song aka In My Garden
16. Frightened Eyes
17. The Disbelieving Angel
18. Nevertheless You'll Do
19. Come Closer To Me Babe aka Who Is Sylvia? aka Goodnight Baby
20. So Soft aka You're Soft
21. The Rare Flower aka Pick The Rare Flower aka I Don't See Why I Shouldn't
22. While Davy Dozed aka Davy aka Hold Me

The 1980 demos
23. Babooshka #1 (piano & vocal overdubs)
24. Babooshka #2 (rhythmbox & vocal + musical overdubs)

The 1977 "Kick Inside" band demos
25. Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake
26. Kite
27. L'Amour Looks Something Like You
28. Strange Phenomena
29. Scares Me Silly (But It Gets Me Going) (unreleased song)

Bruce Springsteen - 1984-07-06 - Cincinnati, OH (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen 
July 6th,1984 
Cincinnatti, Ohio 
Riverfront Coliseum 

Source: Type II Maxell UDXL90 Tapes -> Teac W-860R Double Cassette deck -> 
Xitel USB INPort -> Wav -> CDWav (Track Splits) -> Goldwave 5.58 
(Track Editing/Volume Leveling) -> Flac FrontEnd 
(Level 8, Align on SB, Verify) ->.flac files 

Upload will include md5 verification file, flac fingerprint, 
spectral/frequency analysis, artwork(inaccurate), and PAR2 recovery files(for ABMS only). 

DISC ONE(68:13) 
01-Out in the Street(5:07) 
02-Prove It All Night(5:20) 
03-JOhnny 99(3:58) 
04-Atlantic City(4:58) 
05-The River(6:02) 
06-Darlington County (5:26) 
07-Glory Days(9:10) 
08-The Promised Land(5:34) 
09-Highway Patrolman(6:17) 
10-My Hometown(6:01) 
11-Born in the USA(4:56) 

DISC TWO(56:18) 
01-Cadillac Ranch(4:57) 
02-Hungry Heart(4:16) 
03-Dancing in the Dark(5:05) 
04-Sherry Darling(4:57) 
05-Used Cars(5:59) 
06-Pink Cadillac(5:55) 
08-Bobby Jean(3:54) 
09-Racing in the Street(6:54) 

DISC THREE(29:33) 
02-Born to Run(5:30) 
03-Street Fighting Man(3:32) 
04-Detroit Medley(10:39)

Total Time-2:34:04 

Notes: The second of the BITUSA Summer Series(sorry for the delays). 
This show had more question marks than anything else. Existing tapes and CDRs that circulate are in the wrong order. Even these tapes received had a few songs in the wrong places. This show circulated on vinyl a long time ago and maybe that's why it was cut up the wrong way. So, with the help of Killing Floor, BruceBase, and just looking at shows before and after this date I'm pretty sure this is right. The first song(Thunder Road) is missing still. This tape also had lots of fade-outs and fade-ins that I've tried to eliminate. Most of the between song banter is not here. Sound is pretty good. Thanks to JersyGirl for the tapes (and many more to come). 




Audience tape available on CDR 'Cincinnati 84', and the soundcheck as 'Cincinnati Soundcheck'. Second night in Cincinnati opens with "Thunder Road" with "Born In The USA" moved to the end of the first set before "Badlands".

Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place Outtakes - Pure Gold .999 (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Rock In A Hard Place Outtakes 
Pure Gold .999 
Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, Summer 1982 

Format: Vinyl, 9 tracks, ~ 40 min 
Label: P&E RECORDS 001

Side 1: 
1. Take It Or Leave It #13 
2. Bitches Brew (alternate version) 
3. Gut Bucket Blues 
4. Riff And Roll 

Side 2: 
1. The Jig Is Up 
2. Jailbait 
3. Lightning Strikes 
4. Joanie's Butterfly 
5. Cry Me A River 

Outtakes from recording of 'Rock In A Hard Place' in Miami. The absence of Tyler during the some of the period is reflected by the number of tracks which are instrumental versions. A few have Tyler ad-libbing vocals. Gut Bucket Blues (instrumental) and Take It Or Leave It #13 eventually became Bolivian Ragamuffin. The alternate version of Bitches Brew is an instrumental. A version of Riff and Roll turned up on Pandora's Box but recorded at The Power Station, NYC in Sept. 81, a year earlier. The version of Joanie's Butterfly is an instrumental which is how Crespo intended it`to be until Tyler added lyrics from a dream he had. Jailbait, Cry Me A River and Lightning Strikes are also primitive versions of the final songs.

The Smiths - Demos and Outtakes (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Pro-Ject Speed Box II -> Music Hall MMF 7.1 Turntable -> Audio-Technica AT33EV MC Cartridge -> Zu Cable Oxyfuel Interconnects -> A.N.T. Kora 3T MC Limited Edition Phono Stage -> Zu Cable Oxyfuel Interconnects -> Creative SB X-Fi T HD -> Adobe Audition @ 24/96 

Manual removal of click/pops 
Converted to Flac w/ dBpoweramp 

Warner Strategic Marketing considered releasing a limited edition 2-cd set of "The Very Best Of The Smiths" in 2001. The seven tracks from the second disc were sent to various people involved in the project. All seven are on this bootleg: 

Reel Around The Fountain (final Troy Tate album version) 
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle (John Porter monitor mix) 
This Night Has Opened My Eyes (studio version June 84) 
Rusholme Ruffians (Electric version July 84) 
Frankly Mr Shankly (Trumpet version november 85) 
Is It Really So Strange (June 86 'single' version) 
Paint A Vulgar Picture (monitor mix March 87) 

A compilation of outtakes from the sessions for "The Queen Is Dead" was at some point sent to record company people for some sort of anniversary reissue of the album (25th I think). From this 18 track compilation, two songs made it on this bootleg: 
The Queen Is Dead (full version) 
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (take 1) 
(plus of course Frankly which I've already mentioned above) 

The rest are various demos. 
Untitled 1 is called "I Misses You" 
Untitled 2 is called "Heavy Track" 
Both here are excerpts. The full versions are longer than that. 

"Sheila Take A Bow" is the Porter version from January 1987 
"Ask" is the pre-remix version 

The rest are monitor mixes/demos for Strangeways. 

This means that the makers of this bootleg have lots more in store that they could leak on more bootlegs. I hope this will push Warner to finally put out some sort of box set or the album reissues with unreleased material. Otherwise bootleggers will be making more compilations like these and eventually cut all the profits that the labels could be making.