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Monday, August 29, 2016

A Great Night in Harlem - 2012-05-17 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broacast FLAC)

Apollo Theater

Source:
WWOZ-FM > RadioShark v2.0.2 > Macintosh MacMini (2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > aiff > Quicktime 7.6.3 (convert aiff to wav) > wav > flac v1.2.1 (linux command line; level 8 compression) > flac file

Transfer: flac file (transferred by ftp from remote pc) > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (convert to aiff) > aiff > Bias Peak Pro 6.2.0.21692 (trimmed, split into tracks) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (sector boundaries repaired, level 8 compression) > flac

featuring
Macy Gray
Dr. John
Randy Weston
Bono
Bettye LaVette
Paquito D'Rivera
Davell Crawford
David Johansen
and more

01 - Treme and Rebirth brass bands fade in > - 5:14
02 - stage intro - 4:37
03 - Essie Mae Brooks - 4:39
04 - Just a Closer Walk - Treme and Rebirth - 6:47
05 - Recorded messages from various people - 5:39
06 - stage talk - 3:51
07 - Claude Nobs and George Wein intro - 1:01
08 - Claude Nobs - 3:12
09 - Donna Summer moment of silence - 0:50
10 - David Johansen intro - 0:25
11 - Kicking the Gong Around - 3:53
12 - Bettye Lavette - 7:11
13 - stage talk - 3:08
14 - Omar Edwards (tap) - 8:40
15 - Darrell Hammond intro - 0:59
16 - Darrell Hammond - 6:48
17 - John D. Holeman intro - 1:05
18 - John D. Holeman talks - 0:53
19 - 6:22
20 - Macy Gray intro - 0:37
21 - 4:24
22 - Randy Weston - 1:10
23 - 9:40
24 - (David Johansen) - 3:21
25 - Triumph the Insult Comic Dog intro - 0:13
26 - 6:44
27 - Quincy Jones intro - 0:45
28 - (Quincy Jones) - 0:37
29 - Quincy talks - 5:26
30 - more yakking - 2:02
31 - Claude Nobs talk - 2:11
32 - Bono intro - 1:32
33 - Angel of Harlem - 6:27
34 - Macy Gray intro - 0:34
35 - At Last - 4:56
36 - The Shape I'm In (Glen Hansard) - 4:04
37 - Wendy Oxenhorn intro and talk - 3:29
38 - song - 4:10
39 - Oxenhornn talks some more - 1:41
40 - Paquito Riviera talks - 1:33
41 - Solitude - 6:33
42 - Dr John intro - 1:04
43 - Motherless Child (with Davell Crawford) - 8:20
44 - Stand By Me - 7:56

165:02

Aerosmith - Stroll On (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Label: Bondage Music
Number: BON246

Source:
Silver > EAC > WAV > FLAC Frontend > FLAC

01 Milk Cow Blues
02 I Ain't Got You with Jimmy Page
03 Think About It with Jimmy Page
04 Red House with Jimmy Page
05 Immigrant Song with Jimmy Page
06 Train Kept A Rollin' with Jimmy Page
07 Smokestack Lightning
08 Monkey On My Back
09 Seasons Of Wither
10 Love Me Two Times
11 Dream On
12 Is Anybody Out There?
13 Hangman Jury
14 Shakedown City
15 No More No More

Track 1-6:
Live at Marquee Club, London, England on August 20, 1990

Track 7-15:
Rehearsals in Kansas City, MO, USA on August 9, 1990

Sunday, August 28, 2016

The Cure - 2016-07-21 - Auckland, NZ (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

The Cure 
21 July, 2016 
Vector Arena, Auckland 
New Zealand 

Source: Tascam DR05 internal mics 16/44.1 wav 
Taper: Psychophysio 
Mastering: nausearockpig special magic sauce 

01 bells intro 
02 Plainsong 
03 Pictures Of You 
04 Closedown 
05 High 
06 A Night Like This 
07 Push 
08 Inbetween Days 
09 Friday I'm In Love 
10 Catch 
11 The Caterpillar 
12 The End Of The World 
13 Lovesong 
14 Sleep When I'm Dead 
15 Just Like Heaven 
16 Jupiter Crash 
17 From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea 
18 Want* 
19 The Hungry Ghost 
20 Prayers For Rain 
21 Disintegration 
22 outro and intro to encore 1 

Encore 1 

23 It Can Never Be The Same 
24 Burn 
25 One Hundred Years (best song of the night!) 
26 A Forest (a little chat at start cos a girl collapsed just in front of us) 
27 outro and intro to encore 2 

Encore 2 

28 Shake Dog Shake 
29 Fascination Street 
30 Never Enough 
31 Wrong Number 
32 outro and intro to encore 3 

Encore 3 
33 Lullaby 
34 Hot Hot Hot!!! (Roger flicking the Vs at his roadie) 
35 The Walk 
36 Close To Me 
37 outro and intro to encore 4 

Encore 4 
38 The Lovecats 
39 Let's Go To Bed 
40 Why Can't I Be You? 
41 Boys Don't Cry 
42 outro 

Notes by the taper
This is my first attempt at recording, which was inspired by AForestFan at TCC (who was awesome at answeering all my questions). Thanks as well to nausearockpig who agreed to master it and clean things up as required. We were just in front of the soundboard to the left. This was my seventh time seeing them and did not disappoint with a good Disintegration-themed set. The crowd was probably a bit more into the pop songs that they could sing along to. I like the noisy ones you can headbang to and best song for me was One Hundred Years for the power and the visuals. Runners up were It Can Never Be The Same and Disintegration but all of it was great. was great to see the band with Reeves in action as well - he is a great player. Simon was pretty fun to watch too and did laps of the stage to keep us all amused. Total playing time was a hair over three hours not including the encore breaks. 

NRP notes: 
* The feedback outro of From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea merges into the sampled intro of Want. It sounds rad! 
There are a few fade outs & ins & small edits to remove any unimportant crowd noise, other than that I didn't do much to what is a very good capture. Biggest thanks to Psychophysio for taping and passing to me to edit. Great stuff bloke!

The Cure - 2016-07-28 - Melbourne, AU (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

venue: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, Australia 
date: Thursday 28 July 2016 

lineage: 2x DPA4060 mics 
> DPA MMA6000 (flat response, no filter) 
> Sony PCM-M10 digital recorder (line in) 
> internal memory as 16-bit 44kHz .wav file 
> Adobe Audition CC 2015 normalise (+3dB approx), edit, track (sector aligned), convert to flac (16-bit, 44kHz, level 8) 
> mp3tag (tag) and Traders Little Helper (ffp, torrent) 

Robert Smith - vocals, guitar 
Simon Gallup - bass 
Jason Cooper - drums 
Roger O'Donnell - keyboards 
Reeves Gabrels - guitar 

01. intro (2:15) 
02. Plainsong (4:45) 
03. Pictures of You (7:16) 
04. Closedown (4:22) 
05. A Night Like This (4:15) 
06. The Walk (3:34) 
07. Push (4:34) 
08. In Between Days (3:21) 
09. Doing the Unstuck (4:07) 
10. Friday I'm in Love (3:43) 
11. Bananafishbones (3:12) 
12. High (3:46) 
13. The End of the World (3:46) 
14. Lovesong (3:32) 
15. Just Like Heaven (4:07) 
16. Jupiter Crash (4:08) 
17. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea (7:46) 
18. Want (5:17) 
19. Prayers for Rain (5:33) 
20. Disintegration (8:26) 
21. encore 1 (3:40) 
22. It Can Never Be the Same (5:44) 
23. Burn (6:26) 
24. One Hundred Years (6:43) 
25. A Forest (7:29) 
26. encore 2 (2:28) 
27. Shake Dog Shake (4:37) 
28. Fascination Street (4:53) 
29. Never Enough (3:04) 
30. Wrong Number (6:15) 
31. encore 3 (2:39) 
32. Lullaby (4:46) 
33. Hot Hot Hot!!! (3:33) 
34. Let's Go to Bed (3:34) 
35. Close to Me (3:26) 
36. encore 4 (2:23) 
37. The Lovecats (3:39) 
38. The Caterpillar (3:50) 
39. Why Can't I Be You? (3:24) 
40. Boys Don't Cry (4:23) 

total 2:58:41

notes:
recorded from miles away stage left; 
mics near temples clipped to baseball cap directed straight forward; 
no equalisation, no compression, no effects; 
unfortunately most of the first hour is affected by left channel crackling and associated level reduction;

Aerosmith - 1994-06-29 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Naval Museum Garden

Band: Aerosmith
Title: King's Chronicle
Date: June 29, 1994
Venue: Naval Museum Garden, Stockholm, Sweden
Label: Bondage Music
Number: BON115

Source: 
Silver > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

Disc 6
01.Flesh
02.Amazing
03.Cryin'
04.Back In The Saddle
05.Janie's Got A Gun
06.Love In An Elevator
07.Sweet Emotion
08.Livin' On The Edge
09.Walk This Way
10.Eat The Rich

Aerosmith - 1994-01-21 - Rio de Janeiro, BR (TV/FLAC)

(TV-Broadcast/PRO-Shot FLAC)

Picture QUality: 8/10
Audio-Quality: 9/10

DVD: unknown lineage
FLAC: DVD->DVD Audio Extractor->Raw LPCM-Rip->foobar2000->FLAC->Tag->Rename

NTSC-DVD5
LPCM@48/16

There are some fade-in/fade-out's at some songs. I've readt that in the original TV-Broadcast were commercial, so i think that someone cutted them out.

If you wanna burn the FLAC's i would recommend:
CD 1: Track 01-12 (63:15)
CD 2: Track 13-20 (40:04)

Then you can use the fade-in/fade out's for changing disc.

01. Eat The Rich
02. Young Lust
03. Rag Doll
04. What It Takes
05. Fever
06. Monkey On My Back
07. Amazing
08. The Other Side
09. Cryin'
10. Boogie Man
11. Shut Up And Dance
12. Walk On Down
13. Mama Kin
14. Janie's Got A Gun
15. Love In An Elevator
16. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
17. Sweet Emotion
18. Dream On
19. Livin' On The Edge
20. Walk This Way

Oasis - 2002-09-29 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Camera Shot - Pro Shot
Source - DTV > DVD (High Quality)
Region - NTSC
Length - 45:02
Resolution - 720 x 480
Size - 3093 MB

01 - The Hindu Times
02 - Hung In A Bad Place
03 - Go Let It Out
04 - Stop Crying Your Heart Out
05 - Little By Little
06 - Wonderwall
07 - Born On A Different Cloud
08 - Acquiesce
09 - Don't Look Back In Anger
10 - My Generation

This was broadcast on MTV, the full show is also available as a vhs transfer.



Peter Gabriel - 1993-08-29 - Cesme, Turkiye (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pro-Shot by Channel 6 (at the time, not exists anymore)

01 - Sledgehammer (with Sinead O`connor)
02 - Secret World
03 - In Your Eyes (with Sinead O`connor)
04 - Biko

Length: 36:42

Notes by the uploader
I did record it at the time from tv to Betamax video. Few years ago transferred it to PC. Unfortunatelly channel 6 which organized whole WOMAD show only broadcast small part of the concert.



Aerosmith - 1993-10-31 - Brussels, BE (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Skin And Bones

Forest National

Lineage:
Original CD > EAC (Secure) > Wav > TLH > Flac (8)

CD1
01 - Intro/Eat The Rich
02 - Young Lust
03 - F.I.N.E.
04 - Love In An Elevator
05 - Fever
06 - Draw The Line
07 - What It Takes
08 - Last Child
09 - The Other Side
10 - Cryin'
11 - Boogie Man
12 - Shut Up And Dance

CD2
01 - Shut Up And Dance (Reprise)
02 - Stop Messin' Around
03 - Rag Doll
04 - Janie's Got A Gun
05 - Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
06 - Dream On
07 - Joey Kramer Drums Solo
08 - Walk This Way
09 - Livin' On The Edge
10 - Sweet Emotion
11 - Peter Gunn Theme
12 - Train Kept A Rollin'

Notes:
Silver bootleg, excellent soundboard recording (FM sourced), 111 minutes long

Aerosmith - 1990-09-29 - Adelaide, AU (FM/FLAC)



(FM Radio broadcast FLAC)

Pump Down Under
Memorial Drive, Adelaide

Lineage:
FM > TDK C90 > WAV > CDR > WAV (EAC) > FLAC (TLH aligned on sector bounaries).  

01 Rag Doll
02 Monkey on my Back
03 Permanent Vacation
04 Janie Got a Gun
05 Draw the Line
06 Love in an Elevator
07 I'm Ready
08 Dude Looks Like a Lady
09 Peter Gunn Theme
10 Walk This Way

Notes:
This is not the complete show, but it's all that was broadcast. 

Morrissey - 2006-07-01 - Belfort, FR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

show:
"Eurockéennes de Belfort" 2006, Belfort, France

Broadcasting:
February 13, 2009
on French TV DVB "DEMAIN TV - Ile de France"

Taper: coli (calipage)
GENERATION
DEMAIN TV ile de France (DVB) > .VOB

SOURCE
TV DVB: DEMAIN TV ile de France

TRANSFER
Sony RDR-HXD 990 DVD Recorder > DVDfiles

Video
Format: MPEG Video
Format version: Version 2
Bit rate mode: Variable
Width: 720 pixels
Height: 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate: 25.000 fps
Standard: PAL

Audio
Format: AC-3
Format/Info: Audio Coding 3
Channel(s): 2 channels
Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz

NOTES
no chapters

01. Irish Blood, English Heart
02. How Soon Is Now
03. I Just Want To See The Boy Happy
04. You Have Killed Me
05. Ganglord
06. The Youngest Was The Most Loved
07. I'Ll Never Be Anybody'S Hero Now
08. In The Future When All'S Well
09. Live Is A Pigsty
10. Girlfriend In A Coma
11. First Of The Gang To Die
12. Let Me Kiss You
13. I Will See You In A Far-Off Places
14. At Last I Am Born
15. To Me You Are A Work Of Art
16. Panic

total time: 1h 07min


George Harrison - Undercover (STU/FLAC)






(Studio FLAC)

George Harrison
Undercover Volume 1 With Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr
2 CD
2003
The Lost Tapes Bootleg
HQ Artwork & Disc Scans Included
FLAC Images+cue+log

Disc 1:
01. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
02. In The First Place
03. In The First Place
04. Something
05. If Not For You
06. Went To See The Gypsy
07. Under The Red Sky
08. Talk Don't Bother Me
09. Real Life Blues
10. The Bluest Blues
11. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
12. Roll It Over
13. Run So Far
14. I Put A Spell On You
15. Delta Lady
16. Shoot Out On The Plantation
17. Pisces Apple Lady
18. Roll Away The Stone
19. Prince Of Peace

Total Play Time: 76 minutes 36 seconds

*********

Disc 2:
01. I'm Your Spiritual Breadman
02. I'd Die Babe
03. Name Of The Game
04. Suitcase
05. Day After Day
06. You're Breaking My Heart
07. Waiting For The Band
08. Edward
09. Speed On
10. Banana Anna
11. If You've Got Love
12. Always Look On The Bright Side
13. Mineral Man
14. The Cycle
15. Freedom
16. Children Of The Sky
17. Love's A State Of Mind
18. Oh Lord Why Lord?
19. I Wan't Back Down
20. A Love So Beautiful

Total Play Time: 71 minutes 45 seconds

The Rolling Stones - Foxes In The Boxes Vol. One (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Rolling Stones 
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. One 
Unreleased Emotional Rescue, Undercover and Keith Richards Solo Sessions 
JEMS Archive 

Transfer: in-house cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC 

01 Neighbors 
02 Let's Go Steady Again 
03 Tried To Talk Her Into It 
04 Keep It Cool 
05 Can't Find Love 1 
06 Can't Find Love 2 
07 Eliza 
08 High School Girl 
09 Stop That 
10 All I Have To Do Is Dream (false start) 
11 All I Have To Do Is Dream (full take) 
12 Piano Fragment 

Emotional Rescue Sessions: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, January-February 1979 and Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, June-October 1979 
Undercover Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, November 1982-mid-March 1983 and The Hit Factory, New York, NY, early May-early August 1983 

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the first volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new sources' tapes. All of Volume One is wholly unreleased and, we have strived to ensure, DIME compliant. 

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. Samples provided. 

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored, some are wholly new finds, while others improve on previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status on Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration. With that said, let's go track by track. 

Neighbors: Listed on the source tape under the slightly different title "Neighbor." This is a monitor mix with early guide vocals and is the first take of "Neighbors" to circulate intact from the Emotional Rescue sessions. All other versions, released or unreleased, come from different takes overdubbed and edited during the Tattoo You sessions. If you like "Neighbors," you'll love this rollicking and highly appealing early version. 

Let's Go Steady Again: Cover of the Sam Cooke song that was the B-side of "Only Sixteen" in 1959. It features a wonderful Keith Richards lead vocal. Misnamed "Let's Go Steady" on the source tape. An Emotional Rescue outtake from Compass Point Studios late January or early February 1979. Kristi Kimsey is on backing vocals. 

Tried to Talk Her Into It: This Undercover sessions outtake has been previously bootlegged (e.g. on the Outsider Bird Records LP Chain Saw Massacre), but the quality from this source tape is an upgrade. 

Keep It Cool: Monitor mix of a long, jazzy Undercover sessions outtake. Also known as "Keep It Cool Parts 1 & 2," but that could refer to a rumored 20-minute version of the song said to exist. 

Can't Find Love: Fragment of an Undercover sessions outtake, cut out of a much longer version of the song. This bit is likely the essence or part of the song which the Stones liked and wound up on this tape for reference purposes. 

Can't Find Love: Another fragment as above, but listed specifically as a "bridge idea." 

Eliza: Also known as "Eliza Upchink" (which is how Bill Wyman lists the title of this track in his second Stones book) and sometimes mis-titled as "Back On The Streets Again" when it reappeared in the Dirty Work songwriting sessions. A snippet of this song was uploaded to YouTube many years ago in memory of Ian Stewart (but that clip has since disappeared). This is the complete take. 

High School Girl: This appears to be a demo recording or songwriting exploration featuring only Mick Jagger (who also plays guitar) and Charlie Watts on drums. 

Stop That: An unlisted fragment on the tape. This Undercover outtake already circulates in complete form, but in inferior quality (often misnamed "Chain Saw Rocker"). 

All I Have To Do Is Dream: Cover version of the old Everly Brothers classic from 1958, performed by Keith Richards on solo piano at Longview Farm, North Brookfield, Massachusetts in late May 1981. This is the previously uncirculated full take, including false start. Brace yourself for Keith to be right in your living room and his voice deep inside your ears. 

Piano Fragment: A bit more Keef tickling the ivories from the same session. 

JEMS offers its huge thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands. 

BK for JEMS

The Rolling Stones - Foxes In The Boxes Vol. Two (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Rolling Stones 
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. Two 
Early Dirty Work Sessions 
JEMS Archive 

Transfer: in-house cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC 

01 Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever 
02 Talk Is Cheap 
03 What Am I Supposed To Do 
04 Stick It Where It Hurts 
05 Can’t Cut The Mustard 1 
06 Can’t Cut The Mustard 2 
07 Can’t Cut The Mustard 3 (fragment) 
08 Victor Hugo 

Dirty Work Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, February 1985 

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the second volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new source tapes. All of Volume Two is wholly unreleased and, we have strived to ensure, DIME compliant. 

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. Samples provided. 

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored, some are wholly new finds, while others improve on previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status on Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration. 

Volume Two focuses solely on the February 1985 Dirty Work sessions in Paris, as captured on a single cassette tape. What’s fascinating about these monitor mixes is that, after the first track, Mick departs and Keith takes over, which explains the appearance of songs like “Talk Is Cheap” which would become the title of Richards’ 1988 solo album. 

As we learned from his autobiography, Life, tension between Mick and Keith was running high at the time because of Mick’s budding solo career. Scheduling conflicts between Mick supporting She’s The Boss and recording the new Stones album caused a rift and explain why he isn’t present on the rest of the tracks. 

But Mick’s absence is what makes the recording especially compelling, as we get to hear Keith leading the Stones through his material, venting frustrations with Mick in the process, especially on the final song. With that said, let's go track by track: 

Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever: The Stones started the Dirty Work sessions by warming up with some cover versions, and this Four Tops song (written by Stevie Wonder and Ivy Jo Hunter) is one of the few to circulate so far; this version being an upgrade. While Mick’s vocals are a touch soft, overall it is a fine and, at times, enchanting performance, not to mention it being a song that could have made a great Stones track 

Talk Is Cheap: Over 11 minutes long, “Talk Is Cheap” is in the vein of Keith’s Dirty Work contribution, “Sleep Tonight.” The single guitar suggests Ron Wood is probably playing bass. Richards never finished this ballad, but the title stuck and was used on his first solo album in 1988. 

What Am I Supposed To Do: Early version of “What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love.” Long, 15+ minute jam around the title phrase, performed by The Podiums, the pseudo band consisting of Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Womack and Don Covay formed as yet another way to kill time when Jagger was not around during the Paris sessions. One of two Podiums tracks to surface from the Dirty Work sessions (the other being “Sending Out Invitations”). 

Stick It Where It Hurts: Likely a Ronnie Wood composition, as he sings the guide vocals. The title phrase offers the only words which can be clearly made out. 

Can’t Cut The Mustard 1-2: Early versions of “Had It With You,” though the eventual title phrase is not yet present. Some singing by Ronnie Wood again (together with Richards), as he co-wrote the music to the song. Already circulating, but these are upgrades and include some studio chatter. 

Can’t Cut The Mustard 3: Fragment of a third take, but this stays instrumental and gets abandoned after half a minute. 

Victor Hugo: An absolutely fascinating fly-on-the-wall track. Presumably pissed off about Jagger missing sessions and abandoning the Stones, Richards improvises a nasty set of lyrics about his bandmate, going so far as to refer to him by the derisive nickname, Brenda. “Victor Hugo” showcases Keef at his vitriolic and profanity-laced best. 

JEMS offers its huge thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands. 

We will wrap our trilogy in the coming weeks, but to keep things kosher, Vol. Three won't be here on DIME. Check your local listings for alternate availability... 

BK for JEMS

The Rolling Stones - Foxes In The Boxes Vol. Three (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Rolling Stones
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. Three
Unreleased Emotional Rescue, Undercover Sessions
JEMS Archive

Transfer: in-house cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Indian Girl
02 Emotional Rescue
03 No Use In Crying
04 I Think I’m Going Mad
05 Where The Boys Go
06 Summer Romance
07 Undercover Of The Night
08 We Had It All
09 She Was Hot

Bonus Track
10: Keep It Cool (long version, pitch adjusted and remastered)

Emotional Rescue Sessions: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, January-February 1979 and Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, June-October 1979

Undercover Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, November 1982-mid-March 1983 and The Hit Factory, New York, NY, early May-early August 1983

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the third and, sad to say, final volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material, along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new source tapes. All of the outtakes, alternate mixes and takes found on Volume Three have never been released.

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. 

Samples provided...

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored to exist, some are wholly new finds, while others improve upon previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status of Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration. With that said, let's go track by track through Volume Three:

Indian Girl: Shorter than any previously known version in circulation. The spoken line, "Mr. Gringo, my father he ain't no Che Guevara" is missing and the take also features fewer horn overdubs.

Emotional Rescue: Again, shorter take than any previously known version. Distinctive and somewhat strange mix with much more guitar, keyboards and backing vocals. Also features an echoey percussion effect at the start not heard on any other mix.

No Use In Crying: Yet another new, shorter version compared to what’s in circulation. This is an edit of an early mix (before the piano overdub was added), which moves the line “come on sugar” earlier in the song because some of the falsetto vocals have been cut.

I Think I’m Going Mad: Listed on the tape under the slightly different title “Think I'm Going Mad.” Yet another edit of an early version, which already has the saxophone in the intro but is still lacking the piano overdub. Several small changes in the first verse before the line, "All the highs and lows don't mean a thing to me, don't give a damn.”

Where The Boys Go: Different lead vocal from Mick on a take that has the male background vocals already in place, but not the girls' backing chorus at the end. The guitar solo is also unedited unlike the album.

Summer Romance: Another alternate lead vocal on an uncirculated take that lacks the third guitar which normally begins in at 0:06.

Undercover Of The Night: A different, shorter mix, especially the opening of the song, which is totally unique to other mixes in circulation.

We Had It All: Cover of the Troy Seals and Donny Fritts song, first released by Waylon Jennings in 1973. Different lead vocal from the released version, but seemingly the same take as previously bootlegged versions of the song.

She Was Hot: Keyboard-heavy long mix, very similar to the version first leaked on WYSP FM Philadelphia in 1983 and later uploaded to the It's Only Rock 'n Roll Stones internet forum some time ago, but lacking the double-tracked vocals found on those, which presumably makes it an earlier mix of the alternate take.

Bonus Track

Keep It Cool: The remarkable 20+ minute version posted to IORR by Bkeys in response to the release of the shorter version of Foxes Vol. One. His original was slightly off speed; here it is pitched-adjusted by Goody and remastered by JEMS to make it just a little bit better.

JEMS offers its thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. A shout out to Bkeys for releasing “Keep It Cool” from his tapes. We hope there are more to come. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands.

We hope Foxes In The Boxes was as much fun for you to listen to as it was for us to compile.

BK for JEMS

The Rolling Stones - 1972-1979 - Lonely At The Top (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

LINEAGE:
Original DAC silver -> WAV (EAC v0.99 prebeta 5 - secure, Offset "actual" ) -> FLAC (flacfrontend, level 6) -> You

RECORDING INFO:
Studio outtakes 1972-1979

QUALITY:
Excellent Stereo !

01. Living In The Heart Of Love
[Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, Jan. 14th - 28th 1974]

02. Drift Away
[Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, Jan. 14th - 28th 1974]

03. Sweet Home Chicago
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

04. Dancing Girls
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

05. Munich Reggae
[Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany, March 25th - April 4th 1975]

06. Lonely At The Top
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

07. Munich Hilton
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

08. What's The Matter
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

09. Gangster's Moll
[Pathe Marconi Studios, Boulogne - Billancourt, France, June 10th - Oct. 19th 1979]

10. Hang Fire
[Pathe Marconi Studios, Boulogne - Billancourt, France, June 10th - Oct. 19th 1979]

11. Claudine
[Pathe Marconi Studios, Boulogne - Billancourt, France, Jan. 5th - March 2nd 1978]

12. We Had It All
[Pathe Marconi Studios, Boulogne - Billancourt, France, June 10th - Oct. 19th 1979]

13. Let's Go Steady
[Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Jan. 18th - Feb 12th 1979]

14. Save Me (Criss Cross Mind)
[Dynamic Sound Studios, Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 25th - 30th & Dec. 6th - 21st 1972]

15. Drift Away
[Stargroves, April 10th - 15th & Island recording studios, London, May 20th - 25th 1974]

COMMENTS:
Excellent DAC release! Well....this classic bootleg was excellent to begin with, so it's no surprise. I find the quality to be better than for instance the TSP release of the same title. Almost like if it's from a lower generation tape. This is a must have

Youssou N'Dour and friends - 2005-10-08 - Geneva, Switzerland (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

United against Malaria

Lineage:
3 Sat DVB-S -> DVD Studio Pro -> Dime -> DVD -> DVD Decrypter

01 - Youssou N'Dour - New africa
02 - Youssou N'Dour & Rokia Traoré - Birima
03 - Gilberto Gil (+ Rokia Traoré & Kassav) - No woman no cry
04 - Gilberto gil ( + Tiken Jah Fakoly) - Touche pas à mon pote
05 - Tiken Jah Fakoly (+ Neneh Cherry) - Quitte le pouvoir
06 - Youssou N'Dour & Neneh Cherry - 7 seconds
07 - Peter Gabriel & Anggun - Don't give up
08 - Peter Gabreil & Youssou N'Dour - In your eyes
09 - Peter Gabriel & Youssou N'Dour - Biko
10 - Anggun & Stephan Eicher - Tous les cris les S.O.S.
11 - Pattio Austin - You gotta be
12 - Kassav - Iyé Iyé
13 - Amadou & Mariam - Je pense à toi
14 - Youssou N'Dour & All artists - Fight Malaria
15 - Gilberto Gil & All artists - Toda Menina Baiana





Simple Minds - 1998-02-11 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

VH1 Uncut
Neapolis Tour
Basic Menu with chapters 
Quality A-
Artwork Included
PAL Format

Technical Info
Video MPEG-2
Video Bitrate 2367 kbp/s
Audio MPEG1 Layer 2
Audio Bitrate 224 kbp/s
PAL Format 720x576
Picture format 4:3

Lineage 
VHSMaster>PhilipsDVDRecorder>HD>Nero>Dime

Jim Kerr-Vocals
Charlie Burchill-Guitars
Derek Forbes-Basses
Mel Gaynor-Drums
Mark Taylor-Keyboards

01. War Babies
02. Glitterball
03. Tears Of A Guy
04. She's a River
05. Big Sleep
06. Hypnotised
07. Someone Somewhere In Summertime
08. Waterfront
09. Alive And Kicking 

45 Minutes





Mark Free - 1993-XX-XX - Live at The Gods of AOR (DVDFull pro-shot)

(DVDFull pro-shot)

Video Quality/Production Info:
7.0

Audio/Video Specs:
Video: MPEG2, 9641 Kbps, 720x480 (4:3), 29.970 fps, NTSC
Audio: AC3, 192 Kbps, Stereo

Format:
NTSC

01- Feels Like Love
02- Liar
03- Wake Up You Little Fool
04- State Of Love
05- Stranger Among Us
06- The Last Time
07- Coming Back For More
08- Hard Heart To Break
09- Someday You'll Come Running
10- Only The Strong Will Survive
11- Who Cries Now



Dire Straits - 1979-03-06 - Philadelphia, PA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Venue Tower Theatre

lineage: 
silvers David(knopflertk)--> EAC --> FLAC (8) -->wav(cd) >extrac cd Sound Juicer and conversion to flac 

01 - Down to the waterline 
02 - Six blade knife 
03 - Water of love 
04 - In the gallery 
05 - What's the matter baby 
06 - Lions 
07 - Sultans of swing 
08 - Wild west end 
09 - Eastbound train 
10 - Southbound again 

Additional comments by JVT 
Soundboard recording from Philadelphia 1979. Taken from the original silver pressed bootleg "Sultans of swing". Excellent sound, complete recording. With cover. On the cover figure on day 3, but it really is the 6th 

Guns N' Roses - Accidential Fxxkin' Discharge (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Lineage:

Original CDR's > EAC > FLAC [Level.8]

Format: 2 CDR

Manufactured: Ingram Suicide / Metal Sword
Catalog: MS CD 399/400
Matrix CD 1: CD 399
Matrix CD 2: CD 400
Barcode: no
Released: 2005
Made in: USA

Source: Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ. July 10th 1988

Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA. September 10th 1988
Complete show: Yes

Quality: A-

Original CDR's > EAC > FLAC
Booklet & Packaging: Great Covers!
Silver CD > dBpowerAmp > FLAC
Time CD 1: 73;59
Time CD 2: 58:40

CD 1

1. It's So Easy (5:54)
2. Mr. Brownstone (4:32)
3. Move To The City (4:26)
4. Used To Love Her (3:15)
5. Band Introductions (3:37)
6. Guitar Solo (3:09)
7. Blues Jam (5:23)
8. Welcome To The Jungle (6:09)
9. Only Women Bleed [Introduction] (2.00)
10. Knockin' On Heaven's DOor (8.47)
11. Patience (7.36)
12. Mama Kin (5.48)
13. Sweet Child O' Mine (7.00)
14. Nightrain (6.16)


CD 2
1. You're Crazy (5:37)
2. It's So Easy (5:58)
3. Move To The City (4:07)
4. Mr. Brownstone (4:46)
5. My Michelle (3:52)
6. Band Introductions (2:41)
7. Paradise City (6:45)
8. Patience (6:54)
9. Sweet Child O' Mine (6:04)
10. Welcome To The Jungle (7:20)


Bonus Track 11. Sweet Child O' Mine (6:32)
[Previously unreleased demo version]