Saturday, May 9, 2020

DOWNLOAD LINKS ARE ONLY ON GUITARS101

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.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Who - Purple Hearts And Power Chords (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

Disc 1
01. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Ready Steady Go - July 2, 1965)
02. Shout And Shimmy (Ready Steady Go - July 2, 1965)
03. I Can't Explain (Ready Steady Go - August 3, 1965)
04. My Generation (Ready Steady Go - August 3, 1965)
05. Daddy Rolling Stone (Ready Steady Go - August 3, 1965)
06. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Richmond Jazz Festival - August 6, 1965)
07. Shout And Shimmy (Richmond Jazz Festival - August 6, 1965)
08. I Can't Explain (Promotional Film Montage 1965)
09. Out In The Street (A Whole Scene Going - December 1965)
10. Heatwave / Pete Interview (A Whole Scene Going - January 5, 1965)
11. It's Not True (A Whole Scene Going - January 5, 1965)
12. Substitute (Promotional Film : US Version - March 18, 1966)
13. Substitute (Where The Action Is - March 18, 1966)
14. I Can't Explain (Where The Action Is - March 18, 1966)
15. Substitute (Promotional Film : UK Version - March 21, 1966)
16. Intro To Popside (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
17. The Ox (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
18. Daddy Rolling Stone (Popside Swedish Televison - June 3, 1966)
19. It's Not True (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
20. Bald Headed Woman (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
21. The Kids Are Alright (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
22. Substitute (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
23. My Generation (Popside Swedish Television - June 3, 1966)
24. Substitute (Take Thirty In London Canadian TV - July 9, 1966)
25. C.C. Rider (Take Thirty In London Canadian TV - July 9, 1966)
26. My Generation (Take Thirty In London Canadian TV - July 9, 1966)
27. The Kids Are Alright (Promotional Film - July 1966)
28. Happy Jack (Promotional Film - December 19, 1966)
29. I'm A Boy (Beat Club - January 15, 1967)
30. Heatwave (Beat Club - January 15, 1967)
31. Happy Jack (Beat Club - January 15, 1967)
32. Bucket T (Promotional Film - 1966)
33. Happy Jack (Marquee Club, London - January 15, 1967)
34. So Sad About Us (Marquee Club, London - January 15, 1967)
35. My Generation (Marquee Club, London - March 2, 1967)
36. Pictures Of Lily (Promotional Film - April 5, 1967)
37. Pictures Of Lily (Beat Club - April 19, 1967)
38. Pictures Of Lily (Monterey Pop Festival Out-take - June 18, 1967)
39. Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (Promotional Film 1967)

Disc 2

01. Arrival And Interview (Helsinki, Finland - May 1, 1967)
02. Substitute (Helsinki, Finland - May 1, 1967)
03. My Generation (Helsinki, Finland - May 1, 1967)
04. Introduction (Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967)
05. Substitute (Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967)
06. Summertime Blues (Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967)
07. A Quick One While He's Away (Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967)
08. My Generation (Monterey Pop Festival - June 18, 1967)
09. I Can See For Miles (Twice A Fortnight - October 16, 1967)
10. I Can See For Miles (Smothers Brothers - September 17, 1967)
11. My Genration (Smothers Brothers - September 17, 1967)
12. I Can See For Miles (Promotional Film - September, 1967)
13. Call Me Lightning (Promotional Film - February 26, 1968)
14. Magic Bus (Beat Club - October 7, 1968)
15. Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand (All My Loving - November 3, 1968)
16. My Generation (All My Loving - November 3, 1968)
17. A Quick One While He's Away (Rock And Roll Circus - December 10, 1968)
18. I'm A Boy (Surprise Partie - December 31, 1968)
19. I Can See For Miles (Surprise Partie - December 31, 1968)
20. Magic Bus (Surprise Partie - December 31, 1968)
21. Introduction (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
22. Pinball Wizard (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
23. Pete Interview (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
24. Tommy, Can You Hear Me? (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
25. Smash The Mirror (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
26. Pete Interview (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
27. Sally Simpson (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
28. I'm Free (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
29. Interview (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
30. Tommy's Holiday Camp (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
31. We're Not Gonna Take It (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
32. See Me, Feel Me (Beat Club Tommy Promos - August 27-28, 1968)
33. Pinball Wizard (Woodstock Festival - August 16, 1969)
34. I Can See For Miles (Pop Goes The Sixties - December 31, 1969)
35. Pinball Wizard (This Is Tom Jones - April 18, 1969)


Taken from the web:
Before this release, several other bootleg DVDs had compiled 1960s Who footage, with varying degrees of success. It's difficult, however, to imagine a better, more comprehensive one than this two-DVD collection, which assembles almost four hours of live, mimed, promo, interview, and documentary clips from various sources. The image and sound quality are usually as good as, or better than, what's seen or heard on those previous compilations, and most of clips appear in the most complete form known to exist. There are a wealth of riches here, from relatively common (at least to the people who collect this sort of thing) items such as their 1965 Ready Steady Go and Richmond Jazz Festival appearances to some little-seen sequences such as their mimed June 1966 appearance on the Swedish Popside show; a live July 1966 London college gig, including a not-too-audible version of "C.C. Rider"; the Monterey Pop film outtake "Pictures of Lily"; live and interview footage from Helsinki, Finland, in May 1967; and promotional films for Tommy, linked by a few interview segments in which Pete Townshend explains the songs. There's even the U.S. promo film for "Substitute," in which they mimed the amended lyrics (omitting the reference to a black father) in the American 45 version. It doesn't gather every last scrap of 1960s Who footage: there's nothing from their Woodstock appearance, and their famous violent performance of "My Generation" on The Smothers Brothers in 1967 is missing the end bit where Townshend smashes Tommy Smothers' guitar. Some of the portions are obviously lifted from sources that are easily accessible via commercial releases such as The Kids Are Alright, Monterey Pop, and The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, and no doubt some of the clips could have been presented in better condition if this was an authorized production. The likelihood of such a thorough authorized compilation seems distant, however, leaving the gap for bootlegs such as this to exploit. Despite those very minor shortcomings, it's an amazing document, and totals up to the most convincing evidence ever assembled as to the Who's mesmerizing power as a visual performance act.




Monday, November 24, 2014

Fleetwood Mac - 2014-11-18 - Vancouver, BC (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena 

Aud 158.14 mins, Master, Quality A 

Recording: Church Audio CA-11's (cardioids) > Church Audio CA-9200 > Sony PCM-M10 > SD Memory Card @ 24/48 

Mastering: Wav 24/48 > Asus ST Soundcard 24/192 > Soundforge Pro 11 incl. Waves plug ins > 24-48>16.44.1 > TLH Flac with SBA > You 

DGB comments: 
This show was recorded in section 118 left hand side of stage in direct line with the left speaker stacks. 

Boguspomp comments: 
IMHO one of DGB's best recordings. Very nice crispy sound. I can't believe it is from that same Arena as many other recordings were. Nice very long FM show. 

01 Audience 
02 The Chain 
03 You Make Loving Fun 
04 Introduction 
05 Dreams 
06 Second Hand News 
07 Rhiannon 
08 Preamble 
09 Everywhere 
10 Preamble 
11 I Know I’m Not Wrong 
12 Tusk 
13 Sisters In The Moon 
14 Say You Love Me 
15 Seven Wonders 
16 Preamble 
17 Big Love 
18 Preamble 
19 Landslide 
20 Never Going Back Again 
21 Over My Head 
22 Long Talk about San Francisco and the start of FM 
23 Gypsy 
24 Little Lies 
25 Gold Dust Woman 
26 I’m So Afraid 
27 Go Your Own Way 
28 Audience 
29 World Turning (incl. Drum Solo) 
30 Band Introduction 
31 Don’t Stop 
32 Silver Springs 
33 Audience 
34 Songbird

Mark Knopfler - 2001-07-06 - Brescia, IT (DVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Live at Piazza Duomo  BRESCIA, ITALY,  6/07/2001

01 - Calling Elvis
02 - Walk of life
03 - What it is
04 - Romeo & Juliet
05 - Sultans of swing
06 - Done with Bonaparte
07 - Who's your baby now
08 - Baloney again
09 - Wag the dog
10 - Junkie doll
11 - Speedway at Nazareth
12 - Telegraph road
13 - Brothers in arms
14 - Money for nothing
15 - So far away
16 - Wild theme

(No good quality video)

U2 - 1993-06-02 - Frankfurt, DE (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Frankfurt,Waldstadion

Zooropa-Tour

Excellent audience recording.

lineage:
cdr->hdd->TLH->flac 8->dime->you

CD 1:
1. Television, The Drug Of The Nation/intro
2. Zoo Station
3. The Fly
4. Even Better Than The Real Thing
5. Mysterious Ways
6. One
7. Unchained Melody
8. Until The End Of The World
9. New Year's Day
10. Dirty Old Town
11. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
12. Angel Of Harlem
13. When Love Comes To Town

CD 2:
1. Satellite Of Love
2. Sunday Bloody Sunday
3. Bullet The Blue Sky
4. Running To Stand Still/where The Streets Have No Name
5. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
6. Video Confessionals/intermission
7. Desire/macphisto Phone Call
8. Ultraviolet (light My Way)
9. With Or Without You
10. Love Is Blindness
11. I Can't Help Falling In Love With You

U2 - 1998-03-21 - Johannesburg, South Africa (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Nom : Land Of Hope And Dreams
Tour : Popmart Tour
Leg : Leg 4 - Reste Du Monde
Date : 21.03.1998
Pays : Afrique du Sud
Ville : Johannesburgh
Lieu : Johannesburgh Stadium
Type : Vidéo
Support : DVD Silver
Fabriquant : Apocalypse sound
Performance : Live
Source : VHS
Génération : 1ère génération
Intégralité : Complet
Camera : Pro
Nb Cam. : 3 et +
Format : PAL
Résolution : 720*576
Son : LPCM
Ratio : 4/3
Chapitrage : Oui (titres)
Menu : Oui

Disque 1 (1:09:2)
1. Intro Pop Muzik
2. Mofo
3. I Will Follow
4. Gone
5. Even Better Than The Real Thing
6. Last Night On Earth
7. Until The End Of The World
8. New Year's Day
9. Pride
10. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
11. Stabd By Me / All I Want Is You / Never Tear Us Apart
12. Staring At The Sun
13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
14. Bullet The Blue Sky

Disque 2 (1:13:11)
1. Please
2. Where The Streets Have No Name
3. Lemon Perfecto Mix
4. Discothèque
5. If You Wear That Velvet Dress
6. With Or Without You
7. Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me Kill Me
8. Mysterious Ways
9. One
10. 40
11. One
12. Pride

Contenu des disques
Disc 1 & Disc 2 (1-10) : Johannesburgh, 21 Mars 1998
Disc 2 (11-12) : Dublin, Croke Park, Special Olympics World Summer Games, 21 Juin 2003

Son
Cette version 2 DVD est celle qui possède le meilleur son. C'est un excellent soundboard sans réels défauts majeurs. On sent tout de même par moment que le son sature un petit peu dans les aigus, surtout sur le dvd 2, mais rien de très gênant. 

Image
Rien à dire. L'image de ce double DVD est tout simplement meilleure que celle de Mexico! Et pourtant la source est une VHS de 2ème génération !  Le fait que le concert tienne sur 2 DVD y est sûrement pour quelque chose. 
L'image est d'une netteté incroyable, il n'y a aucun pixel, aucune usure de la bande et les couleurs sont superbes. Le logo en bas à droite devient même anecdotique... 

réalisation
Cette vidéo aurait pu être la vidéo officielle de la tournée. Rien à dire sur la rélisation pro qui est parfaite et qui ne nous laisse pas perdre une seule miette du concert. 
Le seul petit bémol est un minime décalage son/image sur le DVD 2 mais uniquement à certains moments et pas pendant tout le DVD. ( à vérifier sur le dvd master) 

Notes :
Audio : Excellent
Image : Excellente
Réalisation : Excellente
Achtung : Incontournable (EX)

Revue :
AchtungBootlegs.com / 02.03.2005

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Jaco Pastorius - 1985-01-15 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

JACO PASTORIUS WORD OF MOUTH BIG BAND 
LONE STAR CAFE, 
NEW YORK,NY,USA 
JANUARY 15,1985 

lineage
Cassette Sb Master > Unknown Transfer Info > Rcvd As Untracked Flac Files From Master > Wave > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor > Traders Little Helper > Flac 

Jaco Pastorius-bass, percussion 
Toots Thielemans-harmonica 
Michael Gerber, Delmar Brown-keyboards, vocal 
Kenwood Denard, Ronnie Burrage-drums 
Jerry Gonzalez-congas 
Jerry Gonzalez, Miles Evans, Jon Faddis,Lew Soloff, Michael Gerber-trumpet 
Wayne Andre, Jim Pugh-trombone 
Dave Bargeron-tuba,trombone 
Alex Foster, Butch Thomas, Lou Marini,Paul McCandless, George Adams,Bobby Eldridge-saxophones 
John Clark, Peter Gordon-french horn 
?-flute

CD 1 EARLY SHOW 
01.Soul Intro. / The Chicken (fades in) 
02.Three Views Of A Secret 
03.Amerika 
04.Fannie Mae 
05.Elegant People > Teen Town > Purple Haze 
06.Happy Birthday Martin Luther King 
07.Drum,Percussion,Bass / Third Stone From The Sun 
08.Donna Lee (fades out) 

CD 2 LATE SHOW 
01.Tuning 
02.Soul Intro. / The Chicken 
03.Bass Solo > Invitation 
04.Continuum 
05.Quietude > Bass Solo 
06.Liberty City 
07.Twins > ? w/ band intros 
08.Fannie Mae 

Steely Dan - 1996-07-21 Manasass, VA (2xDVDfull pro-shot)


(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

NTSC

Silver Stallion DVD Production

Audio:
AC3 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 192 kb/s total (2 chnls)

Video:
Stream type: MPEG-2 MP@ML VBR
Resolution: 720*480
Aspect ratio: 4:3 Generic
Framerate: 29.97
Nom. bitrate: 9300 KB/Sec
Avg. bitrate: 8022 KB/Sec
Peak bitrate: 9358 KB/Sec

Donald Fagen - keyboard / vocals
Walter Becker - guitar / vocals
Wayne Krantz - guitar
Ricky Lawson - drums
Tom Barney - bass
John Beasley - piano
Carolyn Leonhart - background vocals
Michelle Wiley - background vocals

Art Crimes '96 Neuraesthenic Horns:

Cornelius Bumpus - alto sax
Ari Ambrose - tenor sax
Michael Leonhart - trumpet


Disk 1 (66 mins)

01. Do It Again
02. Bad Sneakers
03. Everyone's Gone To The Movies
04. Josie
05. Jack Of Speed
06. FM (Band Intro)
07. Hey Nineteen
08. Green Earrings
09. Any Major Dude
10. Green Flower Street
11. Rikki Don't Lose That Number
12. Peg


Disk 2 (62 mins)
01. East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
02. Glamour Profession
03. My Waterloo
04. Wet Side Story
05. Midnight Cruiser
06. Black Cow
07. Home At Last
08. Kid Charlemagne
09. I.G.Y.
10. My Old School
11. FM (concert outro)


Source:
Intercept from the in-house video monitor broadcast. I acquired higher quality audio than that found on the original VHS and synched the new audio with the video and deleted the original audio. I remastered the video with GTH Electronics' Advanced Convertor Enhancer dramatically increasing the quality of the video picture.


 

 

Mark Knopfler - 2013-06-30 - Dijon, FR (2xDVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

Le Zenith

Audience recording made with a Sony HDR-PJ650
Video : 16:9 CBR 9Mbps
Audio : Ac3 192kbps  

DVD 1 
1: What it is
2: Corned beef city
3: Privateering
4: Father & Son
5: Hill farmer's blues
6: I dug up a diamond  (w/ Ruth Moody)
7: Seattle  (w/ Ruth Moody)
8: Kingdom of gold  (w/ Ruth Moody)
9: I used to could
10: Romeo & Juliet

DVD 2
1: Gator blood
2: Haul away
3: Postcards from Paraguay
4: Marbletown
5: Telegraph road
6: So far away
7: Piper to the end

Recorded, edited and authored by the Vaudeville Valley Agency. 

Sting - 2006-07-11 - Montreux, CH (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Montreux Jazz Festival
Auditorium Stravinsky

Recording:
from TV with DVD-Recorder LG RH7800 in High Quality mode

Lineage:
TV -> DVD-Recorder Harddisk -> DVD+RW -> PC with CloneDVD2 -> uTorrent 1.6

Menu and chapters added (without reencoding)

Video
Codec: MPEG-2 Video
Codec settings : CustomMatrix
PlayTime : 55min 26sec
Bit rate : 9396 Kbps
Bit rate mode: CBR
Width: 720
Height : 576
Aspect ratio : 4/3
Frame rate : 25 fps
Standard : PAL
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.906

Audio
Codec: AC3
Bit rate : 384 Kbps
Bit rate mode: CBR
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate: 48 KHz
ChannelPositions : L R

Sting (bass, vocals)
Lyle Workman (guitar)
Dominic Miller (guitar)
Abe Laboriel (drums)

01. Message In A Bottle
02. Synchronicity II
03. If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
04. Walking On The Moon
05. Englishman In New York
06. Shape Of My Heart
07. Driven To Tears
.. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. Why Should I Cry For You (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. Fields Of Gold (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. A Day In The Life (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. Medley : 1. Soul Cages -2. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. Medley : 1. Voices -2. When The World Is Running Down (NOT BROADCASTED)
.. Medley : 1. Roxanne -2. So Lonely (NOT BROADCASTED)
08. Desert Rose
09. Every Breath You Take
10. Next To You
11. Fragile

Todd Rundgren's Utopia - 1977-01-08 - Cologne, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

"Rockpalast"
WDR Studio-L, Cologne

Lineage:
TV > VHS > DVD > PC

Video:
PAL 25 fps, 4:3 (720 x 576), MPEG2 6170 kbps

Audio:
AC3, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)

no menu, chapter every 5 min.

Todd Rundgren - guitar, vocals
Roger Powell - synthesizers, vocals
Kasim Sulton - bass, vocals
John "Willie" Wilcox - drums, vocals

01. Overture: Mountaintop and Sunrise - Communion With The Sun
02. When The Shit Hits The Fan (Sunset Blvd.)--->Le Feel Internacionale
03. Love Of The Common Man
04. Sunburst Finish
05. Jealousy
06. Windows
07. Emergency Splashdown
08. The Verb "To Love"
09. Initiation
10. Singring And The Glass Guitar (An Electrified Fairytale)
11. Utopia Theme
12. Couldn't I Just Tell You
13. Just One Victory

total runtime: 01:31:58


Miles Davis - 1973-06-20 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Complete Live In Tokyo
(Glitch-Free, NTSC DVD)

Miles Davis Septet
Shinjuku Koseinenkin Kaikan

Broadcast in October, 2011, in Japan on the NHK channel. It was listed as Miles Davis Live in Tokyo, 1973. This is both Part 1 and Part 2 of the broadcast with an intro given in Japanese.

This TV broadcast was recorded off Japan TV using a DVD recorder. At the end of the program, the tracklist is listed as follows:

Video format: NTSC
Aspect ratio: 16:9
29.97 fps
8.82 Mbps
Audio: Mpeg 1 layer 1
348 kbps
44100 Hz
Stereo

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

Total Time (Concert): 60m

Viewers might want to ignore the last five minutes after the concert. Looks like the taper paused the picture but left the tape running.



Whitesnake - 1980-10-05 Largo, Capital Centre (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Artist: Whitesnake
Title: Landover Largo 1980
Recording Date: 5 October 1980
Broadcast Date: unknown
Location: Largo, Landover, Maryland
Venue: Capital Centre
Source: Pro-Shot, French TV
Quality: Very Good+ (8/10)
Format: DVD (incl. Menu)
Resolution: 720 x 576
Duration: 39:33 Minutes

Filmed in Landover Largo Capital Centre, Maryland, USA Oct 5th 1980
DV-Sony RW-550>PC>PR
G-Spot Tango:DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << { 1 vid, 1 aud }
Sys Bitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR
Audio: AC3 CBR 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) 
Video: Frames/s 25.000 kbps 8040 I/L TFF PAL 720x576 4:3 

David Coverdale (Vocals)
Jon Lord (Keyboards)
Ian Paice (Drums)
Micky Moody (Guitar, Vocals)
Bernie Marsden (Guitar, Vocals)
Neil Murray (Bass)

1. Lovehunter
2. Come On
3. Sweet Talker
4. Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
5. Ain't Gonna Cry No More Today
6. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
7. Fool For Your Loving

Info: 
I think this is the only longer Concert Footage of Whitesnake with all three Purple Members. It’s probably the complete Concert, because Whitesnake was the Supporting Act for Jethro Tull at Largo’s Capital Centre on 5 October 1980. This is a Broadcast from French TV Channel M6 (Métropole 6) and the TV Show called “Rock 'n' Hard”, the Broadcast Date is unknown. Nobody knows why they changed the Song Chronology, because the Concert started of course with “Come On” and “Lovehunter” is the fifth Song. Unfortunately the Video is a little bit too dark - please check the Screenshots.









Pink Floyd - 1994-05-14 - New Orleans, LA (AUD/SHN) by REQUEST



(Audience SHN)

Live at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

infos here
http://www.hokafloyd.com/CDHOKA/Bell%20Tolls/And%20the%20Bell%20Tolls.htm
http://www.pf-db.com/index.php?concert_id=556&bootleg_id=2083

David Gilmour
Nick Mason
Richard Wright

Tim Renwick
Jon Carin
Gary Wallis
Guy Pratt
Dick Parry
Durga McBroom
Sam Brown
Claudia Fontaine

Disc 1:
01. Astronomy Domine (03:41)
02. Learning To Fly (05:05)
03. What Do You Want From Me (04:48)
04. On The Turning Away (06:13)
05. Take It Back (06:15)
06. Coming Back To Life (06:20)
07. Sorrow (10:26)
08. Keep Talking (07:04)
09. One Of These Days (07:02)
10. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1-5) (09:48)
11. Breathe (02:52)
12. Time (06:51)
Total Time: (76:31)

Disc 2:
01. High Hopes (07:58)
02. The Great Gig In The Sky (05:36)
03. Wish You Were Here (05:52)
04. Us And Them (06:29)
05. Money (08:15)
06. Another Brick In The Wall (part 2) (07:23)
07. Comfortably Numb (11:42)
08. Hey You (05:06)
09. Run Like Hell (08:25)
Total Time: (66:50)

Bruce Springsteen - 1980-11-01 - Los Angeles, CA (Audience FLAC) Mike Millard first gen via JEMS


(Audience FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen 
Sports Arena 
Los Angeles, CA 
November 1, 1980 
Mike Millard first gen via JEMS 
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol. 6 

Likely Recording Info: AKG-451E microphones > Uher CR-240 cassette recorder 

JEMS 2014 Transfer: first-generation cassettes made by Mike Millard for SG > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC 

Seamless transfer, suggested breaks for CD burning below... 

101 Born to Run 
102 Out In The Street 
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out 
104 Darkness on the Edge of Town 
105 Independence Day 
106 Factory 
107 For You 
108 Two Hearts 
109 Jackson Cage 
110 The Promised Land 
111 Prove It All Night '78 
112 The Price You Pay 
113 The River 
201 Badlands 
202 Thunder Road 
203 No Money Down > Cadillac Ranch 
204 Hungry Heart 
205 Fire 
206 Candy's Room 
207 Because The Night 
208 Fade Away 
209 Stolen Car 
210 The Ties That Bind 
211 Wreck On the Highway 
212 Point Blank 
213 Crush On You 
214 Ramrod 
301You Can Look 
302 Drive All Night 
303 Backstreets 
304 Rosalita 
305 Jungleland 
306 Sweet Little Sixteen (with Jackson Browne) 
307 Detroit Medley > I Hear a Train > Wabash Cannonball 

JEMS is pleased to release the sixth in a series of recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike the MICrophone, best known for his masters of Led Zeppelin in and around LA circa 1975-77. 

The 14 first-generation tapes (ten cassettes and four reels) were sent by Millard to SG, the beloved S in JEMS, in the mid-'80s after the pair had met in person in Orange County on two occasions. To the best of our knowledge, none of the eight shows (spanning the 14 tapes) has ever been attributed as a Millard recording. In fact, there are no extant references we are aware of to Millard ever recording Bob Dylan or Bruce Springsteen, the two artists captured on the tapes. 

Several of the tapes are uncirculated; others are out there, but until now, not credited as Millard's work. Even those that turn out to be previously circulated are being released in this series from verified first-generation tapes made by Millard himself and marked/ notated in his signature manner. As such, we expect all of them to be upgrades at a minimum and new sources in many cases. 

At this point you might be asking yourself, "So if JEMS received these Millard tapes in the mid-'80s, why haven't they circulated previously?" Fair question. And in condensed form, here is the answer, which also provides the "Lost" portion of our series title: 

Twenty-six years ago, Millard sent SG a box of tapes. I remember having it my hands in 1986 at SG's house, right after it arrived in the mail. But that was the last time I ever saw the box. It disappeared. Nearly all of SG's tapes have since been consolidated into the JEMS North archive, but we never found the box of Millard tapes. Over the years, my memory faded of what was in the box. I thought there were Springsteen shows, but that fuzzy notion was all I could recall. 

Now to the "Found": Several months ago, WG, a long-time collector friend of SG, contacted him and said, "I found a box of tapes of yours when I was moving furniture." Sure enough it was the Millard tapes and more. Turns out WG borrowed the tapes and some other SG masters after a Dylan show in 1986 and the box wound up misplaced and forgotten about by both parties, only to be rediscovered 28 years later. 

Once the box was returned, SG sent it to me at JEMS South where we proceeded to make fresh transfers of its contents. 

If there's any mildly disappointing element to this otherwise charming story, it is that none of the lost Millard tapes are of previously uncirculated shows; there are other recordings by other tapers of all of them. But the good news is the quality of most of them is indeed up to Millard's legendary standards. 

The cache of lost Millard tapes included six Dylan and three Springsteen shows. Of the three Bruce recordings, one already circulates and another is of an '81 show well captured by the legendary (he won't like that word, but its true) Mark Persic. 

That puts our attention on this welcome addition, an outstanding, epic-length River show filled with special moments. Brucebase lists two recording sources for the show, one an incomplete tape missing several songs and a second that's "complete, but not known to be in general circulation." We presume Millard's recording to be that uncirculated complete source, as he captures nearly every second of the performance. 

A whopping 17 River tracks feature here, including the premiere of "Fade Away," with a lovely and lilting intro, the last song from the album to enter the setlist. It comes one night after the premiere of "The Price You Pay," but that was with the original album lyrics. Tonight, for the first time, Springsteen restores his original third verse ("some say forget the past…") from early in the River sessions and later replaced for the take on the album. The song is performed in a striking acoustic guitar and accordion arrangement. 

As if that weren't enough, out of the blue Springsteen resurrects what we (and even he) now call "Prove It All Night '78." The long guitar and piano intro here is mesmerizing and for me this is a "Prove It" for the ages. After playing it this way again two days later on closing night of the LA stand, Springsteen wouldn't revisit "Prove It All Night '78" again until 2012. 

Another short-lived element that shines this evening is Chuck Berry's "No Money Down" used as a long intro to "Cadillac Ranch" to start the second set. Bruce hams it up for a highly entertaining preamble that really gets "Caddy" started. In the encore, pal Jackson Browne takes the stage for the tour's only and Bruce's last known ESB performance of another Chuck Berry cover, "Sweet Little Sixteen." The "Detroit Medley" also includes a very brief attempt at "Wabash Cannonball," but even Bruce admits: "Hold on a minute, band, let's try that one more time, because I don't have it yet. Give me that E again. Not only do I not have, I think we're gonna forget it," and back into "I Hear a Train" they go. 

Again, like our recent release, That Old '80 Sound, if you love The River, this is a show for yo;, but unlike Seattle, Springsteen ups the ante slipping in a few favorites not visited in the Emerald City: "For You," the always welcome "Candy's Room," and for me, an especially motivated "Backstreets." 

As for the work of the esteemed Mike Millard, the recording doesn't match heady heights of his absolutely best work, like our recent Dylan posts on DIME and THOSE Led Zeppelin tapes from the Forum. He's not right on top of the PA as he so often is and the tape needed more work in mastering than a Millard tape typically requires (none of the Dylan titles in our recent series was materially mastered). 

That being said, the more I worked on the tape the more I liked it. And the more I listened, the more I understood what a fantastic show I was polishing. Bruce is giving his all in this marathon and 34 years later, it absolutely holds up. Samples provided. 

The recording equipment listed is an educated guess based verified gear he was using at other shows in the same period. While Mike marked many of his tapes with such details, on this one he didn't, though we did include photos of the cassettes on which Mike did his distinct labeling. 

If you'd like to learn more about Mike the MICrophone, the links below offer a glimpse of his story. 

Millard's Wikipedia page 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Millard 

The best article written about Millard has been deleted from the original website but is reprinted here: 
http://www.classicrockforums.com/forum/f6/led-zeppelin-official-thread-6185/index164.html 

Thanks again to WG for finding the tapes and to SG for providing JEMS with another fascinating chapter of taping history. Also, JEMS couldn't live without the contributions of our pal and your benefactor mjk5510. He is now an essential part of getting these recordings into your hands. 

Here's to the late, great Mike the MICrophone and to finding more lost tapes. 

BK for JEMS

Led Zeppelin - 1971-11-20 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Led Zeppelin 1971-11-20 audience - encores absent
London, England
Electric Magic - Wembley Empire Pool
EVSD

Lineage
audience > silver CD's > EAC secure > TLH flac 8

101 immigrant song
102 heatbreaker
103 black dog
104 since I've been loving you
105 rock and roll
106 stairway to heaven
107 going to california
108 that's the way
109 tangerine
201 dazed and confused
202 celebration day
203 what is and what should never be
204 moby dick
301 whole lotta love

The Kinks - 1982-04-04 - Essen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Video Source: Rockpalast WDR German TV Broadcast(on 25th September 1994)
Taper: Axel himself
Video Bitrate: 5798 to 5820 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR 25.000 Frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD Author: AODPPSS
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment

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

Lineage: Rockpalast WDR German TV Broadcast(see above) > Nokia satellite bowl > Pace satellite TV receiver > via Scart cable > Akai VCR(SP mode) > BASF 240min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(1h32min flexible time mode) > Sony DVD- on HD (> YOU)
DVD with menue and scattered chapters
File Size: 3.99GB
Length: 92:00min


10th Rockpalast Festival, Grugahalle, Essen, Germany, 04th April 1982

Ray Davies: Vocals, Guitar
Dave Davies: Guitar, Vocals
Iah Gibbons: Keyboards, Vocals
Jim Rodford: Bass, Vocals
Mick Avory: Drums

00) Announcement by Albrecht Metzger
01) Around The Dial
02) The Hardway
03) Where Have All The Good Times Gone
04) Captain America Calling(Catch Me Now, I'm Falling)
05) Come On Now
06) Destroyer
07) Yo-Yo
08) Lola
09) Dead End Street
10) Add It Up
11) Low Budget
12) Art Lover
13) Back To Front(incl. Get Back tease)
14) A Gallon Of Gas
15) Celluloid Heroes[not included]
16) Till The End Of The Day[not included]
17) Bernadette[not included]
18) All Day And All Of The Night
19) Give The People What The Want
20) Pressure
21) You Really Got Me
22) Stop Your Sobbing ~ David Watts

Length: 92:00min

note: 
tracks 15-17 are not included due to a video signal transmitting error at the original live TV broadcast, even WDR does not have this video sequence.

note: 
after David Watts there is a long applause followed by a moderator's comment in German on the video signal interruption, I left this comment outta here.

(Source: German Rockpalast TV ~ Rockpalast simply the best)



Pink Floyd - 1975-04-21 - San Diego, CA (SBD/FLAC) 24bit-96kHz/16bit-44kHz


(Soundboard FLAC)

Bootleg Title: California Soundboard

Label: SD75 A1/B1/C1

Source: Soundboard (mixing desk)

Lineage:
vinyl > Philips 903 stereo music centre > Sony PCM-M10 > WAV 24bit-96kHz > TLH > FLAC.

SIDE A
01 - Speak To Me
02 - Breathe
03 - On The Run
04 - Time
05 - Breathe (Reprise)
06 - The Great Gig In The Sky

SIDE B
01 - Money
02 - Us And Them
03 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond (6-9)

BONUS DISC SIDE C
01 - Echoes

Saturday, November 22, 2014

U2 - 1997-04-16/25 - Las Vegas, NV (SBD/FLAC) 23CDs

(Soundboard FLAC)

COMPLETE ARTWORK AVAILABLE HERE

Sam Boyd Stadium
Popmart Tour Rehersals
April 16-25th, 1997

Taper : Zircon
Lineage: DAT MASTER at 32khz with a channel splitter > DAT CLONE > CDR > FLAC
Post Production : Kindly Remastered through 2011 by Sharebear using his various methods of enhancement to take out some of the harshness of a raw mono scan

Disc 1
01 - Dead Air  3:00
02 - Even Better - Edge 3:07
03 - Even Better - Edge 4:33
04 - Mysterious Ways - Edge  4:28
05 - Scat Song - Unknown Full Band  12:19
06 - Mofo  7:55
07 - Mic Check  1:34
08 - Mofo Intro  6:11
09 - Mofo Intro  2:35
10 - Drums  1:43
11 - Drums  2:59
12 - Even Better than The Real Thing - Band  3:38
13 - I Will Follow - Band  2:42
14 - Even Better than the Real Thing - Band  3:38
15 - Drums 2:42
16 - Mofo - Dead Air  2:46

Disc 2

01 - Even Better than the Real Thing  6:33
02 - Even Better than the Real Thing  5:10
03 - Even Better than the Real Thing  4:26
04 - Mofo  6:50
05 - Mofo Intro  1:51
06 - Last Night on Earth  6:50
07 - Last Night on Earth  5:27
08 - Last Night on Earth  7:31
09 - Gone, Edge Gone Riffs  7:25
10 - Gone - Edge  6:09

Disc 3

01 - Stay   6:19
02 - Scat Song  6:26
03 - Gone Partial  3:33
04 - Gone - Band  5:00
05 - Dead Air, I Will Follow Riff  1:34
06 - I Will Follow Full Version - Band  6:37
07 - Drums  3:30
08 - Drums  5:39
09 - Mofo Intro  6:29
10 - Mofo Intro  2:28
11 - Mofo Start  3:23
12 - Motor Guitar Riffs - Edge Only  10:40
13 - Dead Air  2:54
14 - Mofo - Band  6:12

Disc 4
01 - Drums  1:24
02 - Do You Feel Love    1:43
03 - Do You Feel Love - Band   5:36
04 - Dead Air  2:15
05 - Do You Feel Love - Guitar Only  1:44
06 - Do You Feel Love - Band   6:50
07 - Dead Air   3:19
08 - Do You Feel Love   3:04
09 - Do You Feel Love   6:46
10 - RAndom Guitar  5:54
11 - Drums  2:05
12 - Drums  1:40
13 - With or Without You - Partial  2:37
14 - Drums  2:23
15 - Edge and Larry Playing   9:26
16 - Larry Drums   4:07
17 - Edge and Larry   3:54
18 - Drums   5:12

Disc 5
01 - With or without You/Staring at the Sun  4:33
02 - Staring at the Sun  8:42
03 - Staring at the Sun  5:50
04 - Staring at the Sun  4:18
05 - Staring at the Sun  2:46
06 - Staring at the Sun  5:51
07 - Edge Talking   6:17
08 - God Will Send His Angels  4:11
09 - Dead Air  2:59
10 - Staring at the Sun  6:21
11 - Edge Guitar   2:59
12 - Edge Guitar   3:22
13 - Dead Air  4:06
14 - Mic Check  2:20
15 - Mic Check  1:23
16 - Mic Check  4:03

Disc 6
01 - Mic Check  7:53
02 - Guitar check  1:28
03 - Do You Feel Love/Last Night On Earth 1:03
04 - Last Night on Earth - Edge Only 4:23
05 - I Will Follow - Edge Only  4:31
06 - I Will Follow - Edge Only  4:01
07 - Random Checks  3:41
08 - Mofo  5:43
09 - I Will Follow  4:29
10 - Even Better than the Real Thing 4:39
11 - Do You Feel Love  5:53
12 - Last Night on Earth  5:43
13 - Gone  5:46
14 - Until the End of the World  4:46
15 - God Will Send His Angels/ With or Without You  8:52

Disc 7
01 - Edge Slide   6:07
02 - Edge Random Riffs  3:39
03 - Do You feel Love - Edge  2:39
04 - Streets Riff - Edge  1:48
05 - Where the Streets Have No Name - Partial  1:35
06 - Mofo Sequencer/ Dead Air  2:59
07 - Even Better than the Real Thing Slide  4:15
08 - Edge Riffs   2:09
09 - Edge Riffs   2:01
10 - Edge Riffs   2:40
11 - PopMuzik  3:52
12 - Mofo  6:54
13 - I Will Follow 2:35
14 - Even Better than the Real Thing  4:01
15 - Do You Feel Love  6:24
16 - Last Night on Earth  6:01
17 - Gone  2:51
18 - Gone  4:48
19 - Until the End of the World  4:56

Disc 8 
01 - If God Will Send His Angels  3:57
02 - Staring at the Sun  5:47
03 - Stay - Partial  3:53
04 - Miami  5:25
05 - Bullet the Blue Sky  7:12
06 - Please  6:08
07 - Where the Streets Have No Name   6:32
08 - Pop Muzik   7:23
09 - Please   6:29
10 - Where the Streets Have No Name  6:33
11 - Pop Muzik  9:26

Disc 9
01 - Pop Muzik  9:51
02 - Pop Muzik Aborted  6:09
03 - Pop Muzik   8:13
04 - Do You Feel Love  6:23
05 - Pride 5:38
06 - Mysterious Ways  2:39
07 - Mysterious Ways  9:04
08 - Mysterious Ways - Joe Talk  6:37
09 - Mysterious Ways  6:34
10 - Dead Air   6:04
11 - Discotque Riff   4:11

Disc 10
01 - Dead Air   3:10
02 - Discoteque  6:06
03 - Dead Air   3:27
04 - Discoteque Jam Riff  2:39
05 - Discoteque  9:48
06 - Velvet Dress  4:06
07 - With or Without You  4:10
08 - Dead Air   3:36
09 - Discoteque Riff  4:45
10 - Velvet Dress  4:52
11 - Velvet Dress  3:43
12 - Staring at the Sun   7:00
13 - Dead Air   5:22
14 - Mofo  3:54

Disc 11
01 - God Will SEnd HIs Angels - Bono   2:37
02 - Dead Air  1:16
03 - Edge Jam  1:47
04 - Gone  2:05
05 - Gone  4:31
06 - Miami  3:42
07 - Mic Check  3:26
08 - Mic Check  3:25
09 - Edge Jamming  2:54
10 - I Will Follow - Edge  3:18
11 - Mofo  3:04
12 - Edge Jam  1:59
13 - Dead Air 2:08
14 - Mofo Intro  4:00
15 - Mofo Intro  3:39
16 - Dead Air  4:29
17 - Mofo 5:45
18 - Mofo 3:27
19 - Mofo 6:55
20 - Closing Remarks

Disc 12
01 - Mofo  6:32
02 - Mofo  5:42
03 - I Will Follow  4:12
04 - Even Better  5:03
05 - Dead Air  1:56
06 - Mofo   5:52
07 - Mofo   9:59
08 - Miami  8:17
09 - Discoteque Keyboard - Edge  3:37
10 - Edge Jamming  4:14
11 - Please Keys  3:15
12 - Please Edge  4:48
13 - God Will Send His Angels 6:28
14 - Edge Random Jam  2:56

Disc 13
01 - Mic Check/Joe 2:37
02 - Mofo Mic Check  4:10
03 - Mic Check  4:13
04 - Edge Jamming  2:14
05 - Mic Check  4:54
06 - HOld Me Kiss Me Kill Me  4:15
07 - Where the Streets Have No Name  3:50
08 - Edge Jamming  2:02
09 - Where the STreets HAve No Name Sequencer 5:26
10 - Miami Edge  5:33
11 - Bullet the Blue Sky - Edge 4:55
12 - Dead Air  6:33
13 - Miami Full Band  6:39
14 - Bullet the Blue Sky Full Band  8:04

Disc 14
01 - Edge   2:03
02 - Please  7:18
03 - Where the Streets Have No Name  4:46
04 - Where the Streets Have No Name  6:44
05 - Dead Air > Hold Me Kiss Me Kill Me  3:10
06 - Hold Me Kiss Me  2:38
07 - Hold Me Kiss Me  5:00
08 - Edge Talk  :52
09 - Hold Me Kiss Me  6:16
10 - Joe and Edge Talk  5:45
11 - Drums Dead Air  6:31
12 - Lite Edge Jamming  4:52

Disc 15
01 - Dead Air  4:43
02 - Warmup  4:16
03 - Staring at Sun Acoustic Variation  3:02
04 - Edge Discoteque Riff  2:10
05 - Discoteque Riff  7:10
06 - Discoteque and Velvet Dress 15:58
07 - Discoteque  4:44
08 - Velvet Dress Trippy  4:34
09 - Trippy Slow With or Without you 4:05

Disc 16
01 - Jam Discoteque Riff  5:14
02 - Discoteque  5:44
03 - Velvet Dress 4:01
04 - With or Without You  6:52
05 - Staring at the Sun  5:41
06 - Staring at the Sun  5:31
07 - Staring at the Sun  1:31
08 - Staring at the Sun  3:43
09 - Staring at the Sun  5:49
10 - Staring at the Sun  6:42
11 - Talk > Dead Air :54
12 - Mofo Tape  2:30

Disc 17
01 - Talk/Gone 4:56
02 - Mofo  3:39
03 - Mofo 1:19
04 - Bullet Intro 1:43
05 - Please Instrumental  3:21
06 - God Will Send His Angels Partial 1:10
07 - God Will Send His Angels 4:50
08 - Dead Air  1:37
09 - I Will Follow - Edge  3:57
10 - Pop Music Mofo 6:07
11  Mofo  5:45
12 - I Will Follow 3:08
13 - Even Better than the Real tHing 3:35
14 - Do You Feel Love 5:44
15 - Last Night on Earth Intro 1:04

Disc 18 
01 - Last Night on Earth  4:47
02 - Gone  5:09
03 - Until the End of the World 4:37
04 - God Will Send His Angels  4:27
05 - Staring at the Sun  6:06
06 - Staring at the Sun  7:06
07 - Miami  5:10
08 - Bullet the Blue Sky  6:30
09 - Please  5:49
10 - Where the Streets Have No Name  8:19

Disc 19
01 - Drums  4:20
02 - Drums  8:14
03 - Gone Partial  10:02
04 - Even Better Jam/ Mysterious Ways 9:38
05 - Where the Streets Have No Name Parrtial 2:38
06 - I Will Follow Partial Edge  2:16
07 - Tuning Random Jam  2:19
08 - Tuning Random Jam #2  4:29
09 - Dead Air  8:44
10 - Discoteque Riff Edge  3:27
11 - Dead Air 5:47
12 - A Year in Pop 14:43
13 - Pride Intro  1:13

Disc 20
01 - Drum  1:25
02 - Pride  4:11
03 - Pride Jam Into Still Havent Found  2:29
04 - Still Havent Found  5:43
05 - Still Havent Found  1:52
06 - Last Night on Earth  4:49
07 - Last Night on Earth  6:27
08 - Last Night on Earth  2:47
09 - Edge Talk  3:33
10 - Edge Talk  1:56
11 - Dead Air  3:07
12 - Hold Me Kiss Me 5:36
13 - Mysterious Ways Riff  4:02
14 - Mysterious Ways Band  9:55

Disc 21
01 - Scat Song +Staring at the Sun  7:15
02 - Staring at the Sun Partial 2:12
03 - Staring at the Sun  4:28
04 - Staring at the Sun  5:12
05 - Edge Jamming  4:55
06 - Discoteque 6:42
07 - Velvet Jamming  3:21
08 - With or Without You  6:37
09 - Pop Muzik  3:39
10 - Mofo  3:34
11 - Edge Jamming Streets  11:23
12 - Hold Me Kiss Me 9:05
13 - Dead Air

Disc 22
This is Part 1 of the Dress Rehersal Show 4-24
01 - Dead Air 21:08
02 - Pop Muzik 3:20
03 - Mofo 5:43
04 - I Will follow 3:12
05 - Even Better than the Real Thing  3:59
06 - Do You Feel Loved  5:32
07 - Pride  3:42
08 - Still HAvent Found  4:28
09 - Last Night on Earth  6:24
10 - Gone  5:32
11 - Until the End of the World  4:37
12 - God Will Send His Angels 5:37
13 - Staring at the Sun  5:22

Disc 23
This is Part 2 of the Dress Rehersal Show 4-24
01 - Sweet Caroline  2:36
02 - Miami  8:31
03 - Bullet the blue Sky  6:47
04 - Please  6:41
05 - Where the Streets Have No Name  10:01
06 - Lemon Mix  4:26
07 - Discotque  4:48
08 - Velvet Dress  4:08
09 - With or Without You  6:47
10 - Hold Me Kiss Me  4:28
11 - Mysterious Ways  6:42
12 - One  4:56

Friday, November 21, 2014

Bruce Springsteen - 1978-08-09 - Cleveland, OH (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Title: AGORA BALLROOM 1978 - THE CLASSIC CLEVELAND BROADCAST 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio 
Date: 9th August 1978 
Label: Left Field Media Production. 
Artwork: Complete (200 dpi). 

My Original CD's -->EAC v. 1.0 beta 3 --> WAV --> Trader's Little Helper v.2.7.0 --> FLAC Level 8. 

Disc 1 
01 Intro 
02 Summertimes Blues 
03 Badlands 
04 Spirit In The Night 
05 Darkness On The Edge Of Town 
06 Factory 
07 The Promised Land 
08 Prove It All Night 
09 Racing In The Street 
10 Thunder Road 
11 Jungleland

Disc 2 
01 Intro 
02 Paradise By The "C" 
03 Fire 
04 Sherry Darling 
05 Not Fade Away 
06 Gloria / She's The One 
07 Growin' Up 
08 Backstreets 
09 Rosalita (come Out Tonight 

Disc 3 
01 Intro 
02 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) 
03 Born To Run 
04 Because The Night 
05 Raise Your Hand 
06 Twist And Shout 
07 What's Up (Interview 1978) 
08 The Product! (Interview 1978) 
09 Get Some Specifics From You! (Interview 1978) 
10 The Sign On Sunset Strip! (Interview 1978) 
11 The Name Boss, Get Started! (Interview 1978) 
12 Any Kind Of Life! (Interview 1978) 
13 Feel Close To Them Fans! (Interview 1978) 
14 Get Together! The E Street Band (Interview 1978) 
15 Terrific Time! (Interview 1978) 
16 13-14 Year When You Heard Those Records (Interview 1978) 
17 The Point Was! (Interview 1978) 
18 It's A Continuation! (Interview 1978) 
19 Met The Producer Jon Landau (Interview 1978) 
20 Non Specific (Interview 1978) 
21 Long Time! (Interview 1978) 
22 I Like It! (Interview 1978) 
23 Lots More Songs! (Interview 1978) 
24 Maybe So! Hard To Sing! (Interview 1978) 

Notes: 
All tracks live at the Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio, 9th August 1978 except Disc Three 7-24 interviews with Bruce Springsteen on the Darkness Tour 1978. 

The Rolling Stones - 2014-11-05 - Melbourne, AU (AUD/FLAC)

The Rolling Stones - 2014-11-05 - Melbourne, AU 
(Audience FLAC)

Track Info: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 
Source Info: AUD>LPCM>WAV>FLAC [Matched DPA MMC4011s > DP-MMP-ES > Tinybox @ 48V > Sony PCM-M10] 
Mastering: Adobe Audition w/izotope Plug ins (Ozone & RX3) (Maximser, Declick (near microphone clapping) Track split, 24/96 > 16/44; TLH (Fix SBEs > FLAC) 
Taper: Roman79, ~ 75m from stage, ~40m from LH elevated stack. 

01. Intro
02. Jumping Jack Flash
03. You Got Me Rocking
04. It's Only Rock And Roll
05. Tumbling Dice
06. Wild Horses
07. Doom And Gloom
08. Street Fighting Man
09. Out Of Control
10. Honky Tonk Woman
11. Band Intro
12. Before They Make Me Run
13. Happy
14. Midnight Rambler
15. Miss You
16. Gimme Shelter
17. Start Me Up
18. Sympathy For The Devil
19. Brown Sugar
20. Encore Break
21. You Can't Always Get What You Want
22. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Length: 124:44 

Sound Comments/Faults?: Good audience. Background audience noise is minor. Clipping/distortion noticeable at times on the vocals must have been a PA issue as the microphones, device levels & post processing did not create this. 

Show Comments: Keith Richards on Vocals for Before They Make Me Run & Happy. Mick Taylor on guitar for Midnight Rambler & (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. Street Fighting Man won the fan poll before the show.

Bruce Springsteen - 1982-1984 - Unsatisfied Heart - Born In the U.S.A. Outtakes (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Title: Unsatisfied Heart - Remastered Born In The U.S.A. Outtakes
Label: Ev2
Format: 2CD
Source: Studio
Date: 1982 - April 1984
Location: The Hit Factory / The Power Station, New York City, NY

Disc 1:
01 Born In The U.S.A.
02 Murder Incorporated
03 Downbound Train
04 Glory Days
05 This Hard Land
06 My Love Will Not Let You Down
07 Johnny Bye Bye
08 Frankie
09 I'm Goin' Down
10 Working On The Highway
11 I'm On Fire

b-sides:
12 Sugarland
13 Follow That Dream
14 Dont Back Down
15 One Love
16 Little Girl

Disc 2:
01 None But The Brave
02 Murder Incorporated #2
03 (Drop On Down And) Cover Me
04 Janey Don't You Lose Heart
05 My Love Will Not Let You Down #2
06 Cynthia
07 Darlington County
08 Protection
09 TV Movie
10 County Fair

Solo:
11 Shut Out The Light
12 Richfield Whistle
13 Fugitives Dream
14 Delivery Man
15 The Klansman
16 Unsatisfied Heart

Disc One (1) details:
Recording details:
- Track 11 recorded at The Hit Factory, Feb 1982.
- Tracks 1,3,4 recorded at The Hit Factory, March or April 1982.
- Track 2 recorded at The Power Station, April or May 1982.
- Track 10 recorded at The Hit Factory, April 1982.
- Track 5 recorded at The Hit Factory, May 11, 1982.
- Track 8 recorded at The Hit Factory, May 14, 1982.
- Track 6 recorded at The Hit Factory, May 5, 1982.
- Track 9 recorded at The Power Station, November 9th 1983.
- Track 13 recorded at Thrill Hill West, LA, CA, January 30, 1983.
- Track 14 recorded at Thrill Hill West, LA, CA, January 4, 1983.
- Tracks 7,12,15,16 recorded at Thrill Hill West, mid Jan to mid Feb 1983.

Source details:
- Tracks 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,10,11 from 'This Hard Land', BS2002
- Tracks 9,12 from 'Lost Masters XIX', LOVE 019
- Tracks 7,17 from 'Lost Masters XVII', LOVE 017
- Tracks 14,15,16 from 'Lost Masters XVI', LOVE 016

Track descriptions:
01 Contains a different Springsteen vocal overdub and a very long, extended jam ending. 
02 This track has the original Van Zandt background vocals.
03 Slighly different version / mix.
04 Unedited, contains an entire extra verse (about Bruce’s dad) that was cut from the officially released version.
05 One of his finest studio performances. For some bizarre reason Springsteen & The E Street Band re-recorded the 
song in 1995 and released that re-recording on 'Greatest Hits' – but it pales in comparison to this original.
06 Different mix than on the one released on 'Tracks'.
07 Bruce borrowed the first two lines from Chuck Berry’s song “Bye Bye Johnny” (as well as the play on the title), 
which is why it’s registered as a Springsteen-Berry composition.
08 Originally recorded for "Darkness", and recorded again here, this was considered for the 'Greatest Hits' collection but was finally dropped.
09 Full, unedited version that includes lyric changes and the complete raucous ending. This track runs nearly a full 1:30 longer than the released version.
10 Slighly different version / mix.
11 A bit longer version.
12 Beautiful keyboards by Danny and Roy augment some fine acoustic guitar playing by Bruce.
13 Presented in best-ever quality, this unreleased gem far eclipses any current circulated versions.
14 Unreleased studio outtake.
15 Wonderful tune with a killer chorus - note the bass line similar to the Human Touch B-side '30 Days Out'
16 Short but energetic rocker.

* 'Thrill Hill West' is Springsteen’s home studio in Los Angeles (aka 'Hollywood Hills Garage Studio').
* Most band tracks are E Street Band backing versions from so-called “electric Nebraska session”
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Disc Two (2) details:

Recording details:
- Track 1 recorded at The Hit Factory, from the April-June 1983 sessions.
- Track 3 PROBABLY recorded at The Hit Factory during Jan or early Feb 1982. May be from later.
- Track 2 recorded at The Power Station, April or May 1982.
- Track 4 recorded at The Hit Factory, June 16, 1983
- Track 5 recorded at The Hit Factory, May 5, 1982.
- Track 6 recorded at The Hit Factory, April 20, 1983.
- Track 7 recorded at The Power Station during April or May 1982. 
- Track 8 recorded at The Hit Factory, Feb 1982.
- Track 9 recorded at The Hit Factory, June 13, 1983.
- Track 10 recorded at The Hit Factory, April or May 1983.
- Tracks 11,13 recorded at Thrill Hill West, August 1982 through April 1983.
- Tracks 12,14,16 recorded at Thrill Hill West, January through May 1983.
- Track 15 recorded at Thrill Hill West, January 4, 1983.

Source details:
- Tracks 1,2,3,4,5,6 from 'Murder Incorporated', FR03
- Track 7 from 'This Hard Land', BS2002
- Tracks 9,10 from 'Lost Masters XIX', LOVE 019
- Tracks 14,16, from 'Lost Masters XVII', LOVE 017
- Track 12 from 'Lost Masters XVIII', LOVE 018
- Tracks 15,11,13 from 'Lost Masters XVI', LOVE 016
- Track 8 from 'Lost Masters IV', LOVE 004

Track descriptions:
01 The original mix without the new (90's) vocal track or the overdubbed second guitar on 'The Essential BS'. One of my favourite tracks, too bad the sound quality is what it is.
02 Different mix permutation of the same core recording as #1.
03 Completely different recording than the released 'Cover Me' done in a dramatically different arrangement. 
This may actually date from a later period in the sessions than the original 'Cover Me'.
04 Same core recording as on 'Tracks', but has a much longer fade out (very nice) and features Steve Van Zandt on background vocals and guitar.
05 Different mix permutation of the same core recording as #1.
06 Different mix than on the one released on 'Tracks'.
07 Includes slightly different lyrics and an alternate beginning and ending.
08 This song was given to Donna Summer, who was recording an album at the time at the same studio. 
Summer’s cover version (with Springsteen on guitar) was recorded in March 1982 (released Aug 82). 
Bruce and Donna also recorded a duet vocal version at her sessions – it remains uncirculating.
09 Original mix with the saxophone track (deleted on 'Tracks').
10 Features Ruth Jackson on background vocals. Possibly recorded at the same session as 'My Hometown' (which also features Jackson).
11 By far the definitive version of this song – contains an additional, important lyric verse that has been cut from all the other versions.
12 Brilliant song that developed from a 1981-82 work-in-progress composition called 'James Lincoln Dear'
13 Unreleased studio outtake.
14 Unreleased studio outtake.
15 Compelling song. Features a dark, brooding beat that mirrors the disturbing nature of the lyrics. A nice vocal performance here and we're left wondering what possessed him to write this one.
16 Add this to the ever expanding list of Bruce's greatest unreleased songs. A man surveys his life and wonders if he can ever escape the demons of his past.

* 'Thrill Hill West' is Springsteen’s home studio in Los Angeles (aka 'Hollywood Hills Garage Studio').
* Most band tracks are E Street Band backing versions from so-called “electric Nebraska session”

Pink Floyd - 1972-09-22 - Hollywood, CA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Audience FLAC)

Hollywood Bowl

Source:
ECM-22P mics > Sony 770 reel @ 7 1/2 ips
40-50 feet back, dead center

First generation R2R copy
Revox A77 (playback) > Sony TC755 reel

2010 first generation R2R transfer
Technics 1506 (playback) > Sony R500 DAT > HHb850 CDR
CDR rip (EAC) > Adobe Audition (fix speed/pitch, some editing and EQ) > TLH

2013 clean-up of edits, dropouts, pops, loudest claps and mic thumps and scrapes.
Audacity > CD Wav > TLH (Flac level 8) > Stamp ID3 tag editor

Disc 1
01. Breathe >
02. The Travel Sequence >
03. Time >
04. Home Again >
05. The Great Gig in the Sky >
06. Money >
07. Us and Them >
08. Any Colour You Like >
09. Brain Damage >
10. Eclipse
[41:40]

Disc 2
01. One of These Days
02. Careful With that Axe, Eugene
03. Echoes
04. A Saucerful of Secrets
05. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
[72:55]

The 2 sonar pings at the start of Echoes are missing. Tape flip and original 2010 transfer edits to remove finger tapping the microphone lost a couple seconds here. Technical issues meticulously cleaned up with no noise reduction or additional EQ applied.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The Rolling Stones - 2014-11-12 - Sydney, AU (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Allphones Arena

Quality / Lineage:
Minidisc Sony MZ-R35 + Digital Microphone Sony ECM-DS70P, ancient lossy format
Recorded by ztonez
Soundforge - TLH - Flac 8
Ten seats from stage runway on the right.
Disc change between Miss You and Gimme Shelter with a few seconds faded out and in from the music.
I had to minimise one or three involuntary screams when Paint It Black started, when Lisa did her solo bit in Gimme Shelter and after the first riff in Start Me Up.
Otherwise just volume, dynamics, crackle removal and a bit of EQ.
This is a good recording for the equipment but I hope that someone did a perfect 24bit FLAC recording of this show on a hard disc recorder. Please please please.

The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger: lead vocals, guitars, harmonica
Keith Richards: guitars, vocals
Charlie Watts: drums
Ronnie Wood: guitars

Additional musicians
Darryl Jones: bass guitar, backing vocals
Lisa Fischer: backing vocals, percussion
Karl Denson: saxophone
Tim Ries: saxophone, keyboards
Chuck Leavell: keyboards, percussion, backing vocals
Bernard Fowler: backing vocals, percussion
Matt Clifford: French horn, keyboards
Choir: The Sydney Philharmonia Choir

T01 intro
T02 Jumping Jack Flash
T03 It's Only Rock'n'Roll
T04 Respectable
T05 Tumbling Dice
T06 Sweet Virginia (by request)
T07 Bitch
T08 Paint It Black
T09 Honky Tonk Women
T10 band introductions
T11 You Got The Silver (Keith)
T12 Before They Make Me Run (Keith)
T13 Happy (Keith)
T14 Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
T15 Miss You
T16 Gimme Shelter
T17 Start Me Up
T18 Sympathy For The Devil
T19 Brown Sugar
T20 crowd
T21 You Can't Always Get What You Want (with choir)
T22 Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)
T23 outro

Great show, my 23rd Stones concert.
They rocked like mere sixty years olds... even though three of them are way past seventy now.
Seriously, the Stones were the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world on that night.
Keith had three songs to give Mick's throat extra time for recovery.
An almost perfect set list. Amazing atmosphere in the arena.
If only Mick Taylor were allowed to play one extra song like Can't You Hear Me Knocking...