domenica 9 maggio 2021

DOWNLOAD LINKS ARE ONLY ON G101

CLICK ON TITLE OF THE POST TO RE-DIRECT TO REAL WEB SITE WHICH CONTAINS THE DOWNLOAD LINKS. FOR NOW I'D LIKE TO KEEP THEM ONLY ON GUITARS101

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.

mercoledì 25 novembre 2020

Taj Mahal - 1972-03-14 - Bryn Mawr, PA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Main Point, 

Lineage:
Fm Radio (Re)Broadcast > Unknown Lineage > Cassette > Edirol Usb Ua-1Ex Audio Interface > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor > Traders Little Helper > Flac 

01 - Kalimba Song 
02 - Sweet Home Chicago 
03 - Eighteen Hammers 
04 - Going Up To The Country Paint My Mailbox Blue 
05 - Preaching Blues 
06 - Ain'T Nobody'S Business But My Own 
07 - Fannie May 
08 - Radio Announcer 
09 - ? (Cut In) 
10 - Ulysses S. Gregory > Tom And Sally Drake 
11 - ? 
12 - Talk 
13 - Fishin' Blues 
14 - Talk 
15 - Shake 'Em On Down 
16 - Corinna 

Notes:
Taken From Wxpn-Fn March 16,1982 Rebroadcast

Taj Mahal - 1977-xx-xx - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundobard FLAC)

Lineage:
Unknown source >> trade cd >> EAC (wav) > TLH (flac) 

Takehisa Kosugi – electric violin, harmonica, voice, etc. 
Ryo Koike – electric double bass, santur, voice, etc. 
Yukio Tsuchya – tuba, percussion, etc. 
Seiji Nagai – trumpet, mini-Korg synthesizer, tympani, etc. 
Michihiro Kimura – mandolin, percussion, voice, etc. 
Tokio Hasegawa – percussion, voice, etc. 
Kinji Hayashi – electronic technique 

01 
02 

TT: 93 min 

Formed in 1969 by "six meta-music creators & one electronic engineer", this group created stunning cosmic music which was always entirely improvised. The ensemble regularly played throughout Japan and was best known for events such as playing all day at a beach in Kanagawa. In 1971, they made their first tour of Europe, meeting up with Don Cherry, among others. The following year, they returned, but with a twist. From Rotterdam, they drove an old Volkswaggon bus all the way to Pakistan, picking up santoor [a type of dulcimer instrument] on the way in Iran. Finding the border between Pakistan and India closed, they sold the bus and flew to India - finally travelling to the Taj Mahal. Upon 
their return to Japan, they played a benefit concert on July 15, 1972, to help pay for their return to the U.K. This concert was recorded and issued as the first of their two LPs. Though playing for television and radio many times, both in Japan and Europe, and playing many concert and festivals, their next record did not come until 1975. Recorded in August of 1974, this would prove to be the last official release by the group, which started to come apart later in 1975. After the group disbanded, almost all of the members stopped their involvement with music and disappeared. The notable exception was Takehisa Kosugi, who continues to be active to this day. Also, in recent years, the youngest member of the group, Seiji Nagai has returned from India and become active with electronic music again. In addition to these core members, the group was joined by occasional guests such as Hirokazu Sato and 

Sade - 1984-10-22 - Munich, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

VHSRip
DVD Video
MPEG2
AC3
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 6500Kbps
Dolby AC3 48000Hz 2ch 256Kbps

01. Your Love Is King
02. Hang On To Your Love
03. Sally
04. Red Eye
05. I Will Be Your Friend
06. Cherry Pie
07. Is it A Crime?
08. Love Affair
09. Smooth Operator

45:50


One of Sade's early shootings, all the songs from the debut album. The very same early shooting (a concert in Montreux of the same 84-th) is waiting for its time ..



Mike Oldfield - 1999-07-25 - Katowice, Poland (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Recorded Live at Spodek Hall, Katowice, Poland - 7PM July 25th, 1999 
Polish FM Radio

Album: Live in Katowice 1999 (Then & Now Tour 1999)
Genre: Rock
Source.: FM Radio Broadcast > Bootleg Printed CD > Flac
Year.: 1999
Codec: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version: reference libFLAC 1.1.0 20030126
Quality: Lossless, (avg. compression: 75 %)
Channels.: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.: VorbisComment
URL's: http://btt.oldfield.eshttp://tubular.net/live99/

Disc One
01. (00:01:59) - In The Beginning
02. (00:04:53) - Let There Be Light
03. (00:03:26) - Supernova
04. (00:05:41) - Crystal Clear
05. (00:04:39) - Shadow On The Wall
06. (00:10:40) - Ommadawn Part 1
07. (00:01:08) - Band Intro
08. (00:05:30) - Cochise
09. (00:04:12) - Embers
10. (00:05:09) - Summit Day
11. (00:02:59) - Muse

Disc Two
12. (00:05:59) - The Source Of Secrets
13. (00:02:10) - The Watchful Eye
14. (00:05:46) - Jewel In The Crown
15. (00:03:50) - Outcast
16. (00:03:01) - Serpent Dream
17. (00:04:12) - The Inner Child
18. (00:03:45) - Secrets
19. (00:07:03) - Far Above The Clouds
20. (00:05:39) - Moonlight Shadow
21. (00:06:47) - Family Man
22. (00:07:45) - Far Above The Clouds Encore

Playing Time.: 02:25:32
Total Size.: 654,15 MB

Notes
Absolutely FANTASTIC show last evening!.Mike introduced the whole team and said "We will now play a short version of piece of music called. Ommadawn". And that was IT!!! Absolutely brilliant!.in Polish language I'd say the most "zajebisty" moment of the show, but in English words FUCKING FAnTastiC must be enough. it was the second standing ovation of this evening." - Short excerpt taken from tubular.net

Taj Mahal - 1971-05-23 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

 

(Soundboard FLAC)

Taj Mahal 
TITLE: Live At The Fillmore East 
DATE: May 23rd, 1971 
VENUE: Fillmore East 
LOCATION: New York City, NY 
SOURCE: SBD 
QUALITY: A+ 
ARTWORK: Included 

Source: MSBD reel @ 7 1/2 ips-> CDR->EAC->FLAC HDD->torrent 

CD1
01. Unknown Acoustic Blues # 
02. Goin' Fishin 
03. Tom & Sally Drake 
04. Good Morning Miss Brown 
05. Ain't Gwine to Whistle DixieAnymo' 
06. Going Up To The Country, Paint My Mailbox Blue 
07. Sweet Mama Janisse 
08. You're Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond 

CD2
01. Stealin' 
02. John, Ain't It Hard 
03. She Caught the Katy (And Left me a Mule to Ride) 
04. Diving Duck Blues 
05. You Ain't No Street Walker Mama, Honey But I Do Love The Way You Strut Your Stuff 

TOTAL RUNTIME: 1hr 27mins 50 secs 

LINEAGE: MSBD reel @ 7 1/2 ips-> CDR->EAC->FLAC>WAV>CEP v2.1>FLAC 

EDITING NOTES: 
This amazing stereo recording, taken from the soundboard master reel, showcases Taj Mahal in all his early 70's crossover blues glory. A lot of the material here is also available on the official Taj Mahal live recording from the same venue, recorded just a few months earlier, 1972's The Real Thing. 
My efforts to improve the sound quality of this recording, which is already superb, were minimal and include light tweaking of the frequency spectrum to eliminate some flatness and unbalanced frequency levels. I tried to focus on not altering the overall dynamic of the recording, which would eliminate the original feel of the music, while taking out some of the more subtle flaws. 
I included artwork that I put together from what I could find that would sort of fit with the recording since there seems to be nothing available to my knowledge! First I had to determine the titles of most tracks, which were somewhat mislabelled by the original seeder of the source recording, who I am forever grateful to for providing such a recording!! No worries!! I managed to find the proper titles for every song but the first one! The original tracklisting is kept the same as the source with one difference: I seperated track 1 into 2 tracks since it contained 2 songs, the unknown song and Gone Fishin'. 
I am aware that this show could fit on one disc if some of the dead air is taken out but I decided not to do this, in efforts to keep the recording as original and complete as possible, even if it contains some near silent periods. This is what happened at the show so it's included! 
If anyone knows the title of the first song with 100% confidence, let me know so I can fix the artwork!!

martedì 24 novembre 2020

Mahavishnu Orchestra - 1973-01-24 - Quebec City, Canada (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Mahavishnu Orchestra 
Le Grande Theatre de Quebec, Quebec City, Canada 
1973-01-24 
SBD>.FLAC>TLH(fixed SBEs)>.FLAC 

Billy Cobham - drums 
Jerry Goodman - violin 
Jan Hammer - keyboards 
Rick Laird - bass 
John McLaughlin - guitar 

01. ...Meeting of the Spirits > 
02. You Know, You Know 
03. Vital Transformation 
04. The Dance of Maya 
05. A Lotus on Irish Streams 
06. One Word 
07. Resolution 
08. Hope > Awakening...

Michael Jackson - 1992-10-01 - Bucharest, RO (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Michael Jackson
National Concert Hall
Bucharest, Romania
October 1, 1992

lineage
SBD > ? > CDR ("Black & Live" Trade Service RRC 011) > EAC > Wav > Flac

01 - Jam 
02 - Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' 
03 - Human Nature 
04 - Smooth Criminal 
05 - I Just Can't Stop Loving You 
06 - She's Out of My Life 
07 - I Want you Back
08 - The Love You Save
09 - I'll Be There
10 - Thriller 
11 - Billie Jean 
12 - Working Day And Night
13 - Beat It 
14 - Will you Be There 
15 - Black or White 
16 - Heal the World 
17 - Man in the Mirror

Oasis - 2009-03-18 - Nagoya, JP (IEM/AUD/FLAC)


(IEM/Audience FLAC)

Oasis 
"noel or sisu!" 
Dig Out Your Soul Japan Tour 2009~IEM + AUD Mix 
2009-03-18 Nihon Gaishi Hall; Nagoya, Japan 
Received In Trade 

01. Fuckin' In The Bushes 
02. Rock 'N' Roll Star 
03. Lyla 
04. Shock Of The Lightning 
05. Cigarettes & Alcohol 
06. Meaning Of Soul 
07. To Be Where There's Life 
08. Waiting For The Rapture 
09. The Masterplan 
10. Songbird 
11. Slide Away 
12. Morning Glory 
13. Aint Got Nothing 
14. Whatever ### Not Played 
15. The Importance Of Being Idle 
16. I'm Outta Time 
17. Wonderwall 
18. Supersonic 
19. Dont Look Back In Anger 
20. Falling Down 
21. Champagne Supernova 
22. I Am The Walrus

Iron Maiden - 2003-06-28 - Stockholm, SWE (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Source : FM (P3 live)

lineage: 
silvers ("Stockholm Satdion 2003" DCD bootleg) > EAC > TLH (FLAC 8 encoding)

CD 1
01. Intro
02. The Number Of The Beast
03. The Trooper
04. Die With Your Boots On
05. Revelations
06. Hallowed Be Thy Name
07. 22 Acacia Avenue
08. Wildest Dreams
09. The Wicker Man
10. Brave New World
11. The Clansman
12. The Clairvoyant

CD 2
13. Intro
14. Heaven Can Wait
15. Fear Of The Dark
16. Iron Maiden
17. Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter
18. 2 Minutes To Midnight
19. Run To The Hills

notes: 
FM sourced bootleg with great sound! Complete show!

lunedì 23 novembre 2020

Van Morrison - 2003 - Unreleased Live (SBD/FM/FLAC)


(Soundboard/FM FLAC)

Van Morrison - "Unreleased Live 2003" 
Compilation of Live Songs - 2003 Tour 
Source: SB (FM) Sound Quality: A+

Venues: 
Musikhalle - Hamburg, Germany - 13 November, 2003 
Forum Theatre - Malvern, England - 25 November, 2003 
Auditorium Stravinski - Montreux, Switzerland - 19 July, 2003

Disc 1 
01. I Will Be There (Hamburg) 
02. Whinin' Boy Moan (Malvern) 
03. Once In A Blue Moon (Malvern) 
04. What's Wrong With This Picture? (Malvern) 
05. Little Village (Malvern) 
06. Have I Told You Lately? (Malvern) 
07. That's Life (Hamburg) 
08. In The Midnight (Hamburg) 
09. Back On Top (Hamburg) 
10. I Like It Like That / Kansas City (Hamburg) 
11. St. James Infirmary (Montreux) 
12. Don't Start Cryin' Now / Custard Pie (Montreux) 
13. Hoochie Coochie Man (Montreux) 

Disc 2 
01. Listen to the Lion (Malvern) 
02. It Once Was My Life (Hamburg) 
03. Early in the Morning / Goldfish Bowl (Hamburg) 
04. Stop Drinking (Malvern) 
05. Philosophers Stone (Hamburg) 
06. The Healing Has Begun(Hamburg) 
07. It's All In The Game (Malvern) 
08. Gloria (Malvern)

Various Artists - 1971-06-xx - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

1971-06-xx
Fillmore East - The Last Three Nights

cd off 2016 Echo 4CD2074

CD 1:
Albert King
01 Bill Graham Intro
02 Knock On Wood
03 Got To Be Some Changes
04 Nothing But The Blues
05 Crosscut Saw
06 Personal Manager
07 Bye Bye Blues

J Geils Band
08 Bill Graham Intro
09 Sno-Cone
10 Wait
11 First I Look At The Purse
12 Whammer Jammer
13 Homework
14 Pack Fair And Square
15 Serves You Right To Suffer
16 Hard Drivin' Man

CD 2:
Edgar Winters White Trash
01 Bill Graham Intro
02 Where Would I Be (Without You)
03 Let's Get It On
04 Tobacco Road
05 Turn On Your Lovelight

Mountain
06 Bill Graham Intro
07 Never In My Life
08 Theme From An Imaginary Western
09 Roll Over Beethoven
10 Dreams Of Milk And Honey - Swan Theme

CD 3:
Mountain continue
01 Silver Paper
02 Mississippi Queen

Beach Boys
03 Bill Graham Intro
04 Heroes And Villains
05 Do It Again
06 Cotton Fields
07 Help Me, Rhonda
08 Wouldn't It Be Nice
09 Your Song
10 Student Demonstration Time
11 Good Vibrations
12 California Girls
13 I Get Around
14 It's About Time
15 Bill Graham Intro ... Country Joe McDonald ...
16 Kiss My Ass
17 Entertainment Is My Business
18 Fixin'-To-Die-Rag
19 Rockin' All Around The World
20 Hold On It's Coming

CD 4:
Allman Brothers Band
01 Bill Graham Intro
02 Statesboro Blues
03 Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
04 Done Somebody Wrong
05 One Way Out
06 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
07 Midnight Rider
08 Hot 'Lanta
09 Whipping Post
10 You Don't Love Me

Bill Graham s Fillmore East Last Three Nights, featuring major artists; Albert King, J. Geils Band, Edgare Winter, Mountain, the Beach Boys, Allman Brothers Band, June 1971. The Fillmore East opened in Manhattan in March 1968. Over the next three years it hosted almost every major rock artist of the era, as well as giants of soul, blues, folk, gospel and jazz. Bill Graham decided to close it in June 1971, but before doing so he assembled a remarkable 3-day bill featuring some of the most iconic and influential acts in America, spanning pop (the Beach Boys), blues (Albert King), rock n roll (the J. Geils Band, Edgar Winter, Mountain, the Allman Brothers Band) and folk (Country Joe McDonald a nod towards the venue s psychedelic roots). Presented here is the the entire WNEW-FM broadcast of these historic closing shows, together with background notes and images. 4CD Set.

Queens Of The Stone Age - 2010-08-22 - Biddinghuizen, NL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Queens Of The Stone Age
Area 4 Festival 2010
Lúdinghausen (Germany)
August 22, 2010

Broadcast by WDR
Rockpalast
Recorded with Topfield 5400
PRO SHOT, PAL, 16-9
Authored w/DVD Studio Pro
61 minutes
Arwork included

Video: MPEG-2, 720 x 576, 16/9, 25 fps
Audio: MP2 stereo, 48 kHz, 192 kpbs
Data bit: 7,22 Mbps

01. Misfit Love
02. Sick, Sick, Sick
03. Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
04. The Lost Art Of Keeping A Secret
05. I Think I Lost My Headache
06. Burn The Witch
07. Battery Acid
08. Make It Wit Chu
09. - instrumental -
10. Little Sister
11. Monsters In The Parasol
12. 3's & 7's
13. Go With The Flow
14. No One Knows
15. A Song For The Dead








Kiss - 1984-10-11 - Ipswich, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Gaumont Theatre

Linage:
>Ion Tape 2 PC>Audacity 1.3>Wav (16 bit) >FLAC

Transfer direct from FM master tape 
(original broadcast recording made 
4/1/85 onto Sony BHF 90 cassette tape)
>Ion Tape 2 PC>Audacity 1.3>Wav (16 bit)
>FLAC (SBE corrected via Trader's Little Helper)
Transferred 10/09

01 - Detroit Rock City
02 - Cold Gin
03 - Strutter
04 - Fits Like A Glove
05 - Heaven's On Fire
06 - Under The Gun
07 - I've Had Enough (Into The Fire)
08 - I Still Love You
09 - I Love It Loud
10 - Creatures of the Night
11 - Love Gun

Time: 51.17

Canned Heat - 1974-03-13 - Sindelfingen, DE (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

"One More River To Cross" promotional tour with "Horn Band"

SOURCE : EX low gen stereo audience tape.

LINE-UP :
(Who is the singer ? Probably not Bob Hite)
James Shane – Guitar
Henry Vestine– Lead guitar
Richard Hite – Bass
Fito de la Parra – drums
Ed Beyer - Piano
"Horn Band" includes Clifford Solomon (sax) and Jock Ellis (trombone)
(according to Wikipedia)

LINEAGE :
-> unknown (but great) recording gear (probably Uher reel)
-> low gen Sony AHF Type I cassettes
-> Nakamichi Dragon (with autoazimuth) for playback
-> Pioneer PDR 609 stand alone CD burner -> WAV -> EAC
-> Goldwave v.5.08 for tracks splitting, edits
-> TLH -> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries

Disc one (0:50:00)
01.On the road again
02.One More River to Cross
03.?
04.Let's work together
05.Black night (?)
06.You Am What You Am
07.L.A. Town
08.Shake, Rattle, & Roll

Disc two (0:41:14)
01.Fats Domino songs medley
02.Boogie Pt1
03.Boogie Pt2 including Vestine guitar solo/medley/drum solo/organ solo
04.The king of rockn'roll (Little Richard songs medley)

Total time 1:31:14

domenica 22 novembre 2020

Sting - 1996-09-08 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

A Perfect Night in Houston

Final date of the american date of his Mercury Falling Tour, Houston, Texas 1996
Liberated from silver disc RSM 188-2 (Royal Sound Music Entertainment Inc)
Recording Lineage - silver disc

Kenny Kirkland - keyboards
Dominic Miller - guitars
Vinnie Colaiuta - drums
Clark Gayton - trombone
Butch Thomas - saxophone
Sing - vocals and bass

Disc 1
01 - The hounds of winter
02 - I hung my head
03 - I was brought to my senses
04 - Let your soul be your pilot
05 - If you love somebody set them free
06 - Every little thing she does is magic
07 - Seven days
08 - Im so happy I cant stop crying
09 - Fields of gold
10 - You still touch me

Disc 2
01 - Synchronicity II
02 - Roxanne
03 - Bring on the night / When the world is running down...
04 - Demolition man
05 - An englishman in New York
06 - If I ever lose my faith in you
07 - Every breath you take
08 - Lithium  sunset
09 - Fragile

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

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

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

PAL DVD MASTER 

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

Audio: 
AC3 
48000Hz 256 kb/s, stereo 

Video: 
PAL 
704x576 
4:3

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

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

Judas Priest - 2001-09-01 - Buenos Aires, ARG (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Judas Priest

Show or Bootleg Title:
Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 01.09.2001

Source:
DVD - Pro Shot

Video Quality/Production Info:
Video: A-, Audio: A

Video: 
Format: PAL
Aspect: 4:3 
Codec: MPEG-1/2 (mpgv)
Resolution: 720x576 
Framerate: 25

Audio: 
Codec: A52 Audio (AC3)
Channels: 2 
Sampling: 48000 Hz 
Bitrate: 192 kb/s

Format:
PAL

Set List/Chapters:
Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes 
Discs: 2
Shot By: Proshot / TV Broadcast 
Running Time: DVD1 - 53'/ DVD2 - 51' 

Tim Ripper Owens, v 
Glenn Tipton, g 
KK Downing, g 
Ian Hill, b 
Scott Travis, d

DVD1
01 - Metal Gods
02 - Heading Out to the Highway
03 - A Touch of Evil
04 - Blood Stained
05 - Victim of Changes
06 - One on One
07 - The Ripper
08 - Diamonds & Rust
09 - Machine Man
10 - The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)

DVD2
01 - Burn in Hell
02 - Breaking the Law
03 - Turbo Lover
04 - You've Got Another Thing Comin'

05 - Painkiller
06 - The Hellion
07 - Electric Eye
08 - United
09 - Living After Midnight

10 - Hell Bent for Leather

11 - Interview

Johnny Cash - 1986-03-31 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)


(Sounboard FLAC)

Wembley Arena

Lineage:
SBD >> unknown transfer to CDR >> CDR via trade >> WAV via EAC >> FLAC

CD 1:
01. Intro Medley
02. Ring of Fire
03. Folsom Prison Blues
04. Sunday Morning Coming Down
05. Any Old Wind That Blows
06. These Hands
07. Here Comes That Rainbow Again
08. Love Is the Way
09. The Highwayman (with John Schneider)
10. Big River
11. I Guess Things Happen That Way
12. Band Introductions
13. Fairweather Friends
14. Piano Solo
15. One Piece At A Time
16. Forty Shades of Green
17. Ghost Riders In The Sky

CD 2:
01. If I Were A Carpenter
02. Jackson
03. June Carter Intro
04. Wabash Cannonball
05. San Antonio Rose
06. Fifty Miles of Elbow Room
07. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight
08. Foggy Mountain
09. Will the Circle Be Unbroken > Wildwood Flower
10. Wreck of Old 97
11. Thing Called Love
12. Ballad of Ira Hayes
13. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?
14. Daddy Sang Bass
15. Band Outro
16. Casey Jones
17. Orange Blossom Special
18. I Walk the Line

NOTE
Great quality soundboard of the Man In Black and his band. Awesome two disc set. Artwork included.

Iron Maiden - 1986-11-29 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Palais Omnisports de Bercy 

Version 9: audio rip re-mastered by Invader [IM-BRM-020] 
Source: SBD (VHS-->DVD (V2) RIP, by me) 
Quality: You Be The Judge 

Comments: Guitar tech must have been asleep during this show. Adrian and Dave is out of tune at times. 

Disc 1
01 Introduction 
02 Caught Somewhere In Time 
03 2 Minutes To Midnight 
04 Sea Of Madness 
05 Children Of The Damned 
06 Stranger In A Strange Land 
07 Wasted Years 
08 Rime Of The Ancient Mariner 
09 Walking in The Air 

Total Time : 55:12

Disc 2 
01 Heaven Can Wait 
02 Phantom Of The Opera 
03 Hallowed Be Thy Name 
04 Iron Maiden 
05 The Number Of The Beast 
06 Run To The Hills 
07 Running Free 
08 Sanctuary 

Total Time : 56:54 

Re-invaded version 2013 

Notes: 
This was more or less a question of trying to remove hiss and crackle. There is still a lot of crackle left. Had no idea how to remove it all. Sorry for that. Added some bottom that brought out some rumble that I tried to remove again. Volume has been leveled out throughout the recording. There is a tiny fadein/out in Wasted Years that I couldn't fix. Tried to fix a minor "tweed" in Rime of the ancient Mariner. Don't really think that I succeeded. 

Scorpions - 1975-04-26 - Essen, DE (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Grugahalle
Fly to the Rainbow Tour
Sound Quality: A

Lineage:
Trade -> 1CDR -> EAC -> FLAC

Klaus Meine - vocals
Ulrich Roth - guitars
Rudolf Schenker - guitars
Francis Buchholz - bass
Rudy Lenners - drums

01. Instrumental Jam
02. This is my Song
03. They Need a Million
04. Drifting Sun
05. Red House
06. Rock and Roll Queen
07. Fly to the Rainbow
08. Speedy's Coming
09. Robot Man
10. Instrumental jam II (cuts off)


46 min

Judas Priest - 2005-09-13 - Santiago, Chile (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

JUDAS PRIEST
Santiago, Chile 13-Sep-2005
Pista Atlética Estadio Nacional

Monsters Of Rock Festival 2005
Opening Acts: Rata Blanca, Whitesnake.

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

Taper: ViaX Chilean TV - PRO Recording (Broadcasted 3 Times)
DVD Author: Camarad (transfer off my Master SVHS)
DVD 1 Length: 50 min.
DVD 2 Length: 50 min.
Total: 100 min.

Lineage: Digital TV broadcast / Camarad Master SVHS / DVD Standalone Recorder HQ Mode / 2 DVD Set XP Mode AC3 Audio / DVD Decrypter / VOB files / You

Video Attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 525/60 (NTSC)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: Both Pan&scan and Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 720x480 (525/60)
Frame Rate: 30.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 9.22Mbps

Audio Attributes:
Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Surround
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 384 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1

Image: MT
Audio: MT-
Menu: No

DVD1:
01 - The Hellion / Electric Eye
02 - Metal Gods
03 - Riding On The Wind
04 - A Touch Of Evil
05 - Judas Rising
06 - Revolution
07 - Breaking The Law
08 - I'm A Rocker
09 - Diamonds And Rust
10 - Deal With The Devil
11 - Beyond The Realms Of Death

DVD2:
01 - Turbo Lover
02 - Hellrider
03 - Victim Of Changes
04 - Painkiller
05 - Hell Bent For Leather
06 - Living After Midnight
07 - You've Got Another Thing Comin'

South American Crowd is the best AROUND THE GLOBE, no question about that!

Santana, Ry Cooder, Miller - 1992-10-10 - Mountain View, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

"ALL OUR COLORS" benefit

Carlos Santana
Walfredo de los Reyes
Myron Dove
Raul Rekow
Karl Perazzo
Alex Ligertwood
Chester "CT" Thompson
Jorge Santana [on chapters 1 > 3 and 10 > 12]
Ry Cooder [on chapters 6 > 12]
Steve Miller on [on chapters 7 > 12]
Norton Buffalo [on chapters 11 > 12]
Native Americans [on chapters 11 > 12]

01 - Bill Graham pre-recorded Intro > Peace On Earth > Mother Earth >
02 - Somewhere In Heaven
03 - Viva La Vida (Life Is For Living)
04 - Savor >
05 - percussion
06 - Ry Cooder intro > The Healer
07 - Steve Miller intro
08 - All Your Love [Steve Miller vocals]
09 - Sacred Fire [later this track was called Harmonious Convergence]
10 - Why Can't We Live Together? >
11 - Exodus >
12 - final thanks / performers and Native Americans exit stage
13 - end

First transfer [July, 2009]: 1st gen. VHS tape from in-house pro-shot source > Sony WV-DR7 > Sony DVMC-DA2 Media Converter > Apple Macintosh Final Cut Pro (minor "nip and tuck" edits, filter to replace bottom of screen "head switch jitter" with black and chaptering) > Compressor > DVD Studio Pro (menu and authoring) > VIDEO_TS file set.

Primary audio source: unknown lineage SBD from Flac Dime torrent > Pro Tools (sync to video audio source, manual static cleanup with some short splices of audio track from the VHS tape and normalization). Audio placed back into Final Cut Pro before Compressor down-sampling.

Video: NTSC 720x480 VBR 7.7 Mbps peak, 6.2 Mbps average data rate, 2-pass.

Audio: Dolby Digital 2/0 (L,R), 48 kHz sample rate, 448 kbps data rate .

info about this show from a web search:
"This two day concert was a benefit for the Traditional Circle Of Elders and Youth and was in 'celebration' of 500 years of resistance the native folks have been living since Columbus landed on our continent in 1492."

The two VHS tapes that I have are all from just one of the two days, and also contains the full set by
- Mickey Hart and Friends (54:06)

plus partial sets by:
- John Trudell (36:39)
- John Lee Hooker and Ry Cooder (25:23)
- Steve Miller Band with Norton Buffalo (14:40)




Judas Priest - 2004-06-18 - Sofia, Bulgaria (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Judas Priest - Made Of Metal (Live In Sofia)

Academic Stadium

Quality: TVRip
Format: DVD Video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: PAL 4: 3 (704x576) VBR
Audio: Not specified (Dolby AC3, 6 ch)

01. Hellion
02. Electric Eye
03. Metal Gods
04. Heading Out To The Highway
05. The Ripper
06. Touch Of Evil
07. The Sentinel
08. Turbo Lover
09. Breaking The Law
10. The Green Manalishi
11. Painkiller
12. Hell Bent For Leather
13. Living After Midnight
14. United

00:59:15

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel - 1970-05-02 - Amsterdam, NL (SBD/FLAC)

(soundboard FLAC)

Concertgebouw

Mastered from soundboard tape / Yellow Dog CD

Lineage:
Above > Audacity + mda_image > CD Wave > TLH > FLAC

Performers Paul Simon - guitar, vocals
Art Garfunkel - vocals
Larry Knechtel - piano

01 The Boxer
02 Homeward Bound
03 Fakin' It
04 The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
05 Silver Haired Daddy
06 I Am A Rock
07 For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her
08 Mrs. Robinson
09 Scarborough Fair
10 El Condor Pasa
11 Leaves That Are Green
12 Punky's Dilemma
13 America
14 So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright
15 Song For The Asking
16 A Poem On The Underground Wall
17 Bridge Over Troubled Water
18 The Sound Of Silence
19 Bye Bye Love
20 Old Friends/Bookends

Length of the above : 79 minutes

Bonus:
21 Bridge Over Troubled Water (slightly differently mixed)

sabato 21 novembre 2020

Lou Reed - 2000-03-31 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Lou Reed 2000-03-31 New York audience recording from 1st generation cassette 

"...we paid to have these 7 assholes imported from New Jersey tonight....give them a big round of applause...." (....Lou responds to hecklers shouting for "Bruce"...) 

The Knitting Factory 
New York 
31 March 2000 

lineage: 
st generation Maxell XL11 cassette(s) - Pioneer CT-S670D player - wav - flac (level 8) - you 

Lou Reed: guitar, vocals 
Mike Rathke: guitar 
Fernando Saunders: bass, bowed instruments, backing vocals 
Tony "Thunder" Smith: drums 

disc 1 
01: Paranoia Key Of E 5.09 
02: Turn To Me 4.59 
03: Modern Dance 5.53 
04: Ecstasy 4.35 
05: All Tomorrow's Parties 5.10 
06: Future Farmers Of America 3.41 
07: Turning Time Around 4.15 
08: Romeo Had Juliette 4.14 
09: Riptide 5.31 
10: Rock Minuet 8.41 
11: Mystic Child 5.54 

disc 2 
01: Mad 7.32 
02: The Last Shot 4.04 
03: Tatters 8.10 
04: Set The Twilight Reeling 7.08 
05: Dime Store Mystery 6.12 
06: The Blue Mask 6.47 
07: Hooky Wooky 4.02 
08: Who Am I 6.09 
09: Sweet Jane 5.03 
Cuts around 10, 11 khz. 

Lou was scheduled to do 3 "warm up" shows at the Knitting Factory in preparation for his world tour to support "Ecstasy". My friend Garry and I threw caution to the wind - we booked rooms at the Hotel Chelsea and flew over to see the 2nd and 3rd of the 3 shows. We were very pleased to find that the Knitting Factory only holds about 400 people, all standing. For the 01 April show, we were about 15 feet back from the stage, and on 02 April I was standing so close that I could practically have stretched out and touched Fernando's foot. The volume level was unbelievable, which didn't make it easy to get a good recording. I'd never seen Lou in such an intimate setting before, and it was better than I could have imagined (which at least made up for the outrageous cost of staying at the Chelsea Hotel!). The passion and power of his (and the band's) performance doesn't really come across on the recordings. I had been listening to an advance CDr copy of "Ecstasy" for a few weeks, so I was familiar with the new songs, but it was very different to see them performed right there in front of you. I certainly wasn't prepared for the "in your face" intensity of "Rock Minuet", and nothing could have prepared me for the full frontal assault of "The Blue Mask". 

As usual when he plays "at home", Lou seems very comfortable on his opening night - joking with the audience and easily handling the more unruly members (..."assholes from New Jersey"...). This set list features a pretty radial re-arrangement of "All Tomorrow's Parties". Lou obviously wasn't happy with it - it was dropped after this show. 

some scans included *** : 
1. Lou's set list 2000-03-31 
2. Fernando's set list 2000-04-01 (signed by Lou and Fernando) 
3. Sire Press Kit for "Ecstasy" 
4. some Ecstasy tour ticket stubs 
5. Knitting Factory Knotes Progam Guide March/April 2000 

Led Zeppelin - 1975-03-24 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC) by EVSD

(Soundboard FLAC)

March 24, 1975
The Forum
Los Angeles, CA

Soundboard Recording
EVSD
The Awesome Foursome ive At The Forum

101. Introduction
102. Rock And Roll
103. Sick Again
104. Over The Hills And Far Away
105. In My Time Of Dying
106. The Song Remains The Same
107. The Rain Song
108. Kashmir

201. No Quarter
202. Trampled Underfoot
203. Moby Dick

301. Dazed And Confused
302. Stairway To Heaven
303. Whole Lotta Love
304. Black Dog
305. Heartbreaker

Lineage
My silvers > db Poweramp > Flac

Contrast Clause
All other offerings for this dagte so far are either Audience recordings or a partial one hour soundboard source, Presented here is for the first time on Dime the complete three hours Soundboard Recording

It was 1975 when Zeppelin arguably attained the greatest height of popularity.  Physical Graffiti had been out for a month by the time they completed their  US tour with three sold out shows at the Forum in Los Angeles.  The new album reached number one on the chart, but also their entire catalogue up to that point also entered the charts again (Led Zeppelin IV at #83; Houses of the Holy at #92; Led Zeppelin II at #104; Led Zeppelin at #116; and Led Zeppelin III at #124), a feat never before accomplished in pop history.
It was also this time where they gained a certain amount of respect from the music press, something which they craved and didn’t always receive with long, glowing articles in Rolling Stone and New Musical Express.
By the time Zeppelin entered the final week of the tour, their health problems were less of a problem and they played some of their longest, darkest, strangest and most wired concerts of their entire career.  The marathons in the set, “No Quarter,” “Moby Dick” and “Dazed And Confused” all routinely reached a half hour.  Thankfully all of these shows have been recorded and are commonly available including Michael Millard, one of the most accomplished tapers in the seventies, capturing all of the LA area concerts. 
Deep Throat on Empress Valley is the second attempt to present a boxset of all three shows together.  Tarantura made the first set called Get Back To L.A. in the mid-nineties.  It is packaged in a gorgeous accordion still package and at the time was definitive.  But since better generations of these tapes have surfaced.

The Millard tape for the first Los Angeles show is nearly excellent but slightly hissy and lacking in depth compared ot the other tapes.  Millard tape used on Crazed And Bemused (Black Cat Records BC-22), Get Back To LA (Tarantura T9CD-1-7) and The Firecrackers Show (The Diagrams Of Led Zeppelin TDOLZ003/004/005).  Dazed And Confused (Mad Dog MDR-LZ001~2) contains “Stairway To Heaven,” ” Whole Lotta Love,” “Black Dog” and “Heartbreaker” from this tape as does A Gram Is A Gram Is A Gram (Image Quality IQ-80/081/082).  An alternate tape is used for the introduction and the first minute of “Rock And Roll,” for thirt seconds after “The Rain Song,” 6:47 to 7:47 in “Trampled Underfoot,” and for a  minute after “Dazed And Confused.”
The show begins with J.J. Jackson making the introduction before “Rock And Roll” and after “Sick Again,” Plant tells the audience that “we’ve been in California a little while, but let me tell you, this is the place….these are the last three gigs on our American tour and so we intend them to be somewhat of a very high point for us and that can’t be really achieved, obviously we really don’t achieve that without a little bit of vibe, which I can already feel, and a few smiles.”
Plant continues to sprinkle the show with his humorous comments like before “In My Time Of Dying” telling the audience that there are “a few developments in the camp and a few camps in the development. Bonzo decided not to have the sex change after-all, and ah, we got a new album out.”  The first real high point occurs during the “No Quarter” marathon, the first one in the set.  The grand piano and electric guitar improvisation had reached a hight by this time and these versions are among the best executed and recorded.
“Dazed And Confused” is “probably about the first thing that we had a go at, apart from the secretary.”  It’s obvious Page is trying hard to expand the improvisation as the piece stretches past a half hour, but there are several rough spots and it comes off as rather sloppy, the worst of the three Forum shows.   “Stairway To Heaven,” which is “for all our English friends who’ve arrived at the continental Riot House…. and this is for you people here who’ve made this a good gig.”  The encores are the longest of the three with a full version of “The Crunge” before they play “Black Dog,” and this is the only one to have the rare second encore “Heartbreaker.”