Sunday, May 9, 2021



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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Queen - 1981-03-20 - Sao Paulo, BR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live FM Broadcast -> Chrome Cassete -> PRO Audio CD -> .wav -> Lossless 7 FLAC v. 1.4

01 - We Will Rock You
02 - Let me Entertain You
03 - Play the Game
04 - Somebody to Love
05 - I´m in Love With my Car
06 - Get Down, Make Love
07 - I Need Your Love Tonight
08 - Save Me (Falha de transmissão)
09 - Now I´m Here
10 - Dragon Attack
11 - Fat Bottomed Girls
12 - Love of my Life
13 - Keep Yourself Alive
14 - Drum Solo
15 - Guitar Solo
16 - Flash
17 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
18 - Bohemian Rhapsody
19 - Tie Mother Down
20 - Another One Bites the Dust (defeito na fita)
21 - Sheer Heart Attack (defeito na fita)
22 - We Will Rock You (defeito na fita)
23 - We Are the Champions (defeito na fita)
24 - Entevista Freddie Mercury
25 - Entevista Brian May
26 - Entrevista John Deacon
27 - Entrevista Roger Taylor
28 - Entrevista Tour Manager

The Who - 2016-05-19 - Oakland, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Oracle Arena

Source: AT943 Card elements->SP-SB1(no bass roll-off)-> Zoom H4n 24bit 48htz >HDD>Goldwave to split the file> Audacity to resample to 16 Bit /441> traders little helper flac level 8 

Taper: whotapes
Section C Row 8

01 Who Are You
02 The Seeker
03 The Kids Are Alright
04 I Can See for Miles
05 My Generation
06 Squeeze Box
07 Behind Blue Eyes
08 Bargain
09 Join Together
10 You Better You Bet
11 I'm One
12 The Rock
13 Love, Reign O'er Me
14 Eminence Front
15 Amazing Journey
16 Sparks
17 Acid Queen
18 Pinball Wizard
19 See Me, Feel Me
20 Baba O'Riley
21 Won't Get Fooled Again

notes by the taper
I traveled from Texas for this show which when I bought it was going to be the last show of the tour. It was a great show and Pete, the birthday boy, was in a great mood. A lot of comments about their history in the Bay area.

When we went in for the soundcheck Pete was on stage but Roger was not a lot of just standing around when Roger came out he told us that Zak and Pino were stuck in traffic. So there was about 10 minutes of it where they just stood around. I cut that from the recording. When everybody arrived they started off with Who Are You. About 3/4 of the way through the song I looked at the levels and they were pegged all they way.... Ah CRAP! Well I quickly adjusted them down. There is some serious clipping going on up to that point but the rest of the soundcheck is in good shape. I volume adjusted the first part to match the rest of the recording.

The main show sounds really good. The talkers around me did not come through on the recording as bad as they did to my ears at the show.The dropped Pictures of Lily and 5:15 and switched them out for Squeeze Box and Acid Queen. My battery was running low so I stopped recording after WGFA so I did not get the band intros.

Sound Check
01 Who Are You Intro
02 Who Are You
03 I Can See For Mile
04 I'm One
05 The Rock
06 Eminence Front

U2 - 2001-05-12 - Chicago, IL (MTX/AUD/IEM/FLAC) by REQUEST


United Center

IEM Source:Bono & Adam Raw IEM FLAC Level 7 DATMaster Upped by Datfly
AUD Source:Sony ECM-717* > Sony MZ-R37 > CDR > EAC > SHN Taped by Minh Nguyen
Matrix done by:Drew Williamsen in Adobe Audition 3.0

01 Intro
02 Elevation
03 Beautiful Day
04 Until The End Of The World
05 New Year's Day
06 Stuck In A Moment
07 Kite
08 Gone
09 New York
10 I Will Follow
11 Sunday Bloody Sunday
12 Bono Speech
13 In A Little while
14 Desire
15 Stay
16 Bad
17 Where The Streets Have No Name
18 Mysterious Ways
19 The Fly
20 Bullet Intro
21 Bullet The Blue Sky
22 With Or Without You
23 Pride
24 Bono Speech
25 One
26 Wake Up Dead Man
27 Walk On

This is one of my best works to date. This is one of the best Matrix's out there. The best of the Chicago Elevation Matrices. The audience version had some spots missing when I was lining it up with the IEM. So between songs there may be a noticible drop in audience noise, but no big deal, unless you like hearing the crowd cheer and clap. This is a must have. I'm surprised no one has done this matrix before.

Dokken - 1982-01-04 - Bremen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

 (DVDfull pro-shot)

Show Venue:
Beat Club

Video Quality/Production Info:
V: B+ A: A- / an Evil Dick DVD Lobotomy

Audio/Video Specs:
audio : AC3 384 kbps/stereo
video : MPEG-2 9200 kbps 29.97 fps NTSC 720x480 4:3

Don Dokken - Lead Vocals, Guitar
George Lynch - Lead Guitar
Juan Croucier - Bass, Vocals
Wild Mick Brown - Drums, Vocals

01 - Paris
02 - Young Girls
03 - Nightrider
04 - Breaking The Chains
05 - Seven Thunders
06 - Red Book
07 - Felony
08 - Bass Solo
09 - Stick To Your Guns
10 - Guitar Solo
11 - We're Illegal

Extras and bonus material:

American Bandstand 1984 (12:53)
01 - Just Got Lucky
02 - Dick Clark Interview
03 - Alone Again

Total running time: 53:46

Classic show Don is still playing guitar at this point and Juan Crocier is still on bass. Audio is a little hot on American Bandstand, not harsh just hot

Bruce Springsteen - 2014-05-13 - Albany, NY (DVDfull aud-shot blue ray)

(DVDfull aud-shot blue ray)

A note first: 
I will continue releasing 2014 shows as long as there is a good audience audio capture for it AND some other people get their game straight. 
This Albany video is sourced from youtube downloads only. A shame because it could have looked much better. For my future videos I will not credit any youtube uploader, only if sources will be made available. 
Future releases like both Uncasville shows I will only upload here if TheMagikRat and Blacklab/ccliffy share their sources. 
If they do, I will go through the trouble of making a Jungleland friendly version as well with an audience sound capture unlike my versions for private collectors with soundboard audio. But please forgive me, I am very short on time and I have dozens more shows to edit. 
I am normally test watching my blu-rays a couple of times before releasing them and I adjust the audio sync if needed, remove single clappings, do volume corrections, etc. 
I will not be able to do this with the audience audio dubbs. But the audio should never be noticeably out of sync and from what I heard so far from the Albany and Uncasville audience captures there is not much adjustment to the sound to be done anyway. 

Same goes for Milano. I will only upload my video (dvd AND blu-ray as promised from the start) if Amos shares the fedeud and misskaleid sources with me. 
My offer for exchanging sources (giving away nearly 5 complete and exclusive shoots and one exclusive audio source for just 2 shoots in return) is off the table after all the happenings and bad words from these people. 
Screw fedeud and misskaleid! Misskaleid and her friend thelastviolator both used enough bad language and did enough bad talk. Unreasonable insane people who ain't Springsteen fans at all! Fedeud is another story, no bad language used and he seems to be a fan but so much stupidity from his side! The best thing for Amos to do is hand over their films. 
I hope you do the right thing Amos! 

Notes on Albany: 
Filmed by: some youtubers (multicam on several songs) 
Audio by: larryrulz 
Photos by: the great Anjali Ram (check her out on fb! buy her photos! she is looking to buy a new lense...) 
Edited by: dvddubbingguy 

Samples (with soundboard audio - the version uploaded here does not have soundboard audio!) @ and 

This video is fantastic. With my Philly 28th March 2012 remix it is propably the best audience video from any US show. 

There won't be a DVD version from me and I don't want anybody else to convert it to dvd. You can watch this on your PC if you don't have a blu-ray burner/player. My Metlife menus looked like crap and I was fine with anyone doing a dvd. The menus could just have been an improvement but in this case I don't want a dvd floating around with my name on it and menus not done by me. 

Another note: The credits in the end say "soundboard audio". Well, obviously it is not but I didn't want to render the whole thing again for just making that change... 

01 - Don't change 
02 - My love will not let you down 
03 - No surrender 
04 - This is your sword 
05 - Badlands 
06 - Death to my hometown 
07 - High hopes 
08 - Treat her right 
09 - Something in the night 
10 - Save the last dance for me 
11 - Better days 
12 - Seaside Bar song 
13 - Mary's Place 
14 - Stayin' alive 
15 - Kingdom of days (acoustic) 
16 - Shackled and drawn 
17 - The ghost of Tom Joad 
18 - The rising 
19 - Light of day 

* * * 
20 - The wall 
21 - Born in the U.S.A. 
22 - Born to run 
23 - Dancing in the dark 
24 - Tenth Avenue freeze-out 
25 - Ramrod 
26 - Shout 
27 - Thunder road 

Robert Plant - 2014-09-28 - New York City, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters

"Nonesuch Records 50th Anniversary"
Brooklyn Academy of Music; New York 28th September 2014

Source : PRO
Region : NTSC
Length : 01.35
Size : 3.73GB
Resolution : 720 x 480

01 - No Quarter
02 - Poor Howard
03 - Thank You
04 - Turn It Up
05 - Arbaden
06 - Rainbow
07 - Going to California
08 - A Stolen Kiss
09 - What Is and What Should Never Be
10 - No Place to Go
11 - Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
12 - Fixin' to Die
13 - I Just Want to Make Love to You / Whole Lotta Love / Who Do You Love
14 - Little Maggie

Robert Plant and Strange Sensation - 2007-07-12 - Novi Sad, Serbia (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Robert Plant and the Strange Sensation, EXIT Festival 
July 12, 2007, Novi Sad, Serbia 

Professional Recording 

PAL video format, DD2.0 192k audio, 77 minutes. 

01. 7 And 7 Is 
02. Black Dog 
03. Tin Pan Valley 
04. Going to California 
05. Four Sticks 
06. Freedom Fries 
07. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You 
08. Gallows Pole 
09. The Enchanter 
10. Whole Lotta Love 

Presence's notes: this is exactly how the source was presented to me, and I have made no adjustments to it other than to add chapter marks it did not come with.

The Who - 1974-05-18 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

"Who 4 Charlton 75000"
Charlton Athletic Football Club
The Valley
Floyd Road
London SE7

Japanese Double DVD Version of Charlton '74 > Single DVD Edition

DVD Decrypter v3.5.4.0 (for ripping) >
TMPEG DVD Author v2.1.5.77 (for re-tracking) >
Adobe Audition v2.0.5306.2 (for audio mastering) >
DVD-Lab Pro v2.0.PR8 (for audio conversion) >
Sony DVD Architect v3.0c (for authoring)

NTSC 720x480 29.97fps 4000kbps AVBR

Aspect Ratio:
4:3 Generic

Dolby Digital AC3 48khz 384kbps

Bonus Audio:
LPCM 48khz 16bits

A Gold Hawk DVD Production [GH_DVD_WHO_014]
Menu's and Chapters added by hntgzr

01 - Pete Townshend Interview
02 - Intro
03 - Young Man Blues
04 - Baba O'Riley
05 - Behind Blue Eyes
06 - Substitute
07 - I'm A Boy
08 - Tattoo
09 - Drowned
10 - Bell Boy
11 - See Me Feel Me
12 - Magic Bus
13 - My Generation
14 - Naked Eye
15 - Let's See Action
16 - My Generation Blues

Bonus Audio:
01 - I Can't Explain
02 - Summertime Blues
03 - Boris The Spider
04 - Doctor Jimmy
05 - Won't Get Fooled Again
06 - Pinball Wizard
07 - 5.15

This DVD was created with the inspiration of ooru, alexander, ricardo & knuckle9 on Long Live Rock.  Taken from the 2 disc Japanese version of Charlton 74, it has been re-tracked to the correct playing order whilst retaining the original Pete Townshend Interview broadcast by the BBC.  Also included as a bonus is an FM audio recording of the remaining tracks not (as yet) available in video format.

Where necessary the audio between tracks has been mastered to produce a "seemless as possible" mix.  This is due to the re-tracking of the original dvd's to correct the playing order.  You may still hear anomolies which could not be masked without degradation of the audio, notably before Substitute and before See Me Feel Me.

For those interested; tracks 1 to 4 and 9 & 10 were taken from Disc 1 of the Japanese 2 Disc set and tracks 5 to 8 and 11 to 16 were taken from Disc 2.

My Generation Blues was played for the first time at this concert.

The Pete Townshend Interview and an edited version of the concert was first broadcast on BBC2's 2nd House show.  The interview was conducted by Melvyn Bragg and was recorded on 29th August 1974.  It was first broadcast on 5th October 1974.  It was re-broadcast on 7th June 1975.  2nd House ran from March 1973 to July 1976.  Re-broadcasts were known as 2nd House 2nd Run.  The interviews are slightly different on each broadcast.

An estimated 75000 were in attendance, even though the limit was set to 50000.

David Bowie (R.I.P.) - 1985-07-13 - At Live Aid (DVDFull pro-shot)

(DVDFull pro-shot)

The Complete David Bowie At Live Aid 85
Date: 13.07.85

Author: Unknown
Video Source: Broadcast
Lineage: Trade > DVD Decrypter > MWP
Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes
Transfer Rate: ~6 Mbps
Format: NTSC 720x576 25fps
Audio: MPEG 2.0
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Number of Discs: 1
Disc Type: DVD5
Artwork: Included
Total Running Time: 1h 32min 38sec

01. 6 0' Clock News - Bob Geldof interview talks about David and David's Video Aid message.
02. Band Aid message from David/Video Aid message from David.
03. David asking viewers to watch Live Aid - rehearsal (tape fast forwards towards the end).
04. David asking viewers to watch Live Aid - broadcast.
05. David arriving at Wembley.
06. David meeting Royal Family.
07. Live Aid news report - David in Royal box.
08. David Bowie's Live Aid set at Wembley Stadium, London includes TVC15, Rebel Rebel, Modern Love, Heroes.
09. Let It Be - rehearsal for Let It Be with Geldof/Let It Be - Paul McCartney (broadcast) - includes David on backing vocals.
10. Do They Know It's Christmas - includes David.
11. David interview with Paul Gambacini after Live Aid.

Kiss - 1979-07-08 - Landover, MD (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Return of Kiss

01 - King Of The Night Time World
02 - Radioactive
03 - Move On
04 - Calling Dr. Love
05 - Firehouse
06 - New York Groove
07 - I Was Made For Lovin' You
08 - Love Gun
09 - 2,000 Man
10 - Guitar Solo
11 - Tossin' And Turnin'
12 - Bass Solo
13 - God of Thunder
14 - Drum Solo
15 - Shout It Out Loud
16 - Black Diamond

17 - Detroit Rock City
18 - Beth
19 - Rock And Roll All Nite

Bob Seger - 1980-06-16 - Largo, MD (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
Capitol Centre
Largo, Maryland

Running Time:94 minutes
Video: 720x480
4:3 ratio

AC3 192kb/s, 2.0 channel stereo

01 - Nine Tonight
02 - You'll Accompany Me
03 - Still The Same
04 - Mainstree t
05 - Old Time Rock & Rol
06 - Against The Wind
07 - Her Strut
08 - Horizontal Bop
09 - Fire Lake
10 - Betty Lou's Getting Out Tonight
11 - We've Got Tonite
12 - Turn The Page
13 - Fire Down Below
14 - Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
15 - Katmandu
16 - Night Moves
17 - Hollywood Nights
18 - Rock & Roll Never Forget s
19 - Let It Rock

Jimi Hendrix - Video Experience (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Authored DVD • Video: Tv >Low Gen VHS > ? Transfer > ? Author > DVD
Transfer from Data CD to Hard Drive / Mpg2 DVD Format

Linage is from Data DVD from trade (sorry so limited)
Audio Codec AC3
Audio Bitrate 192 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)
Video System NSTC 29.97
Video Bitrate 4948

The Jimi Hendrix Video Experience

Linage of Tracks and DVD unknown
Videos have timecodes

Rainbow Bridge Vibratory Colour-Sound Experiment
Haleakala Crater
Maui, Hawaii

The Wind Cries Mary
"Top of the Pops"
BBC Lime Grove Studios
Lime Grove, London, England

Studio B
T.T.G Inc. Sunset-Highland Recording Studio
Hollywood, Cal

Newport 69 Pop Fest.
San Fernando Valley State College
Devonshine Downs, Northridge, California

The New York Rock Fest.
Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park
Queens New York

Fillmore East
2nd Avenue & 6th Street
N.Y. New York

Swedish Television
Stockholm, Sweden

"Happening For Lulu"
BBC Television Centre Studio 4
Shepherds Bush, London, England

Guns N' Roses - 1988-02-02 - New York City, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pro-Shot (uncut) - DVD NTSC

SOURCE: Pro-Shot (TV broadcast) 
LINEAGE: Low Gen VHS > Stand alone DVD recorder > DVD Decrypter > Re-tracked and menu authored on PC > DVD Maestro 
VIDEO: MPEG2 variable bitrate 
AUDIO: Track #1: Linear PCM ("Silver Bullet" CD bootleg sound patched with original VHS sound) 
Track #2: Linear PCM (original VHS sound cleaned up) 

Info from Gspot

AC3 2 Channels 384kb/s 48KHz
Frames/sec 29.97
Video Bitrate - 4000kbps
Video - MPEG2 - 720 x 480 - 4:3

BOOTLEG TITLE: Live at the Ritz - The Uncut Version (unreleased version) 

W. Axl Rose on Lead Vocals 
Slash on Lead Guitar 
Izzy Stradlin on Rythm Guitar and Background Vocals 
Duff McKagan on Bass and Background Vocals 
Steven Adler on Drums 

01. Intro 
02. It's So Easy 
03. Mr. Brownstone 
04. Axl Rant/ Out Ta Get Me 
05. Sweet Child O' Mine 
06. My Michelle 
07. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
08. Welcome To The Jungle 
09. Slash Rant/ Nightrain 
10. Paradise City 
11. Mama Kin 
12. Rocket Queen 

TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 1h07min.19s. 

NOTES: This is the complete, uncensored version of the famous Ritz '88 concert. The picture quality is not nearly as good as the edited version, but this version contains almost 10 minutes of exclusive, additional footage, including the song "Mama Kin", and a few Axl rants (plus the complete Slash rant introducing "Nightrain"!).  This one was a bitch to sync. The "Silver Bullet" CD bootleg audio track was edited all over the place (almost 7 minutes of audio missing!) so I tried to do my best to keep it as in sync as possible, and it was a very lengthy process, but there are a few instances where there's a (very) slight delay. I was concerned about that so I added the original VHS sound as a "backup" audio track. I cleaned it up and it actually doesn't sound bad at all. You can even hear guitars a lot more better than on the CD track.  The CD track was also a lot faster than the VHS sound so I had to reduce its speed (by about 2%), and I patched the missing parts using the VHS sound. Either way, you can switch between tracks using the AUDIO button of your DVD player remote. I hope you enjoy this excellent GN'R concert in its complete version. It was authored by me (Will) with files provided by Limulus. 

David Bowie - Rare, Precious and Beautiful (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Compilation DVD Bootleg

ac3 cbr 256 kb/s
mpeg2 6001 kb/s 720x480
4x3 NTSC

01 Let me sleep beside you (promo from love you till tuesday session 1969)
02 Space oddity (live from Ivor Novello Awards 1970)
03 Oh you pretty things (Old grey whistle test 1972)
04 Ziggy stardust (live from Santa Monica rare split promo 1972)
05 Sorrow (promo from 1980 floor show 1973)
06 I've got you babe (live from midnight special show 1973)
07 My death (live from hammersmith odeon 1973)
08/09 1984 (live from Dick Cavett show 1974)
10 Footstompin (live from Dick Cavett show 1974)
11 Heroes (Live from Bing Crosby Christmas show 1977)
12/13 Little drummer boy ( Live from Bing Crosbt Christmas show 1977)
14 Heroes (live from Earls Court 1978
15 Moon of Alabama (Live from Musicladen 1978)
16 Boys keep swinging (live from Kenny Everett show 1979)
17 Space oddity (live from Kenny Everett show 1979)
18 The man who sold the world (live from Saturday night Live 1979)
19 TVC15 (live from saturday night Live 1979)
20 Boys keep swinging (live from Saturday Night Live 1979)
21 Station to Station ( from the motion Picture Christiane F. 1980)

22 The Image (Early B/W film)
23 Very early promo film for Luv Ice cream

01 Drowned Girl (from the BBC production "Baal" 1981)
02 Drowned Girl (promo b/w 1981)
03 China Girl (Live from Hong Kong 1983)
04 Fame (Live from Hong Kong 1983)
05 Dancing in the Street (promo, 2nd version)
06 Blue Jean (promo, Live from the WagClub 1985)
07 Tonight and Let's Dance (Live from Birmingham with Tina Turner 1985)
08 When the wind blows (promo 1985)
09 That's Motivation (From the movie Absolute Beginners)
10 Day In, Day Out (Live from the pressconf London)
11 '87 and Cry (Live from the pressconf London)
12 Bang Bang (Live from pressconf Munich 1987)
13 Jean Genie (Live from pressconf Sydney 1987)
14 Young Americans (Live from pressconf Sydney 1987)
15 Never Let me Down (Live from the first edition of TOTP in the USA)
16 Look Back in Anger (live with La La La Human Steps 1988 London)
17 Promo Compilation from the 1st Tin Machine Tour

Jimi Hendrix - 1968-08-23 - Queens, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

New York Rock Festival, Singer Bowl, Flushing Meadows Park, Queens, New York City, NY

01 Are You Experienced?
02 Fire
03 Hey Joe
04 Wild Thing
05 Star Spangled Banner


Pristine, time-code free copy from the collection of Mr. Stern.
"Are You Experienced?" was originally the final song on this copy, correctly re-sequenced to the lead-off spot by BONG.

Filmed by Amalie R. Rothchild with partly synced audio recording by Harry Fields

Provided by Stern
Authored by BONG
thanks to hothcanada

16mm color > ? > Stern'S DVD > Sony Vegas Pro 11 > Womble MVW > DVDLab Pro 2.5 > DVD

Video: NTSC 4:3 720x480
Audio: LPCM 1536kbps

John Lennon and Frank Zappa - 1971-06-06 - San Francisco, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

- Closing of the Fillmore East [NTSC]

This is a rather short dvd, but well worth the download and blank. The complete title is quite a mouthful so I kind of shortened it here for the purpose of brevity. I think that this is a very cool video of two great musicians in an unlikely pairing. The note I posted at the top of this was the most detailed I could find. It's importance merited it's placement while other reviews I found were placed at the bottom. While there is a title screen that is the extent of the authoring. This appears to be the raw footage without any re-working.

I have tagged this as ProShot as it does fit most of the criteria other than the fact that it was somewhat a casual effort.

Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention with Flo & Eddie
W. special guests John Lennon & Yoko Ono
Closing of the Fillmore East
New York City, NY

Video Source: 
Single 16mm film camera on tripod from balcony w/soundboard audio

Audio Source: 


GSpot Output:
DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << { 1 vid, 1 aud }
Sys Bitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR
29.970 Frames/sec
720x480 (4:3)

John Lennon--guitar, vocals
Yoko Ono--bag, vocals
Frank Zappa--guitar, vocals
Howard Kaylan--vocals, tambourine
Mark Volman--vocals, tambourine
Bob Harris--keyboards
Don Preston--Minimoog
Ian Underwood--keyboards, alto sax
Jim Pons--bass, vocals
Aynsley Dunbar--drum

01 - Well (Baby Please Don't Go)
02 - Jamrag
03 - Scumbag
04 - Aü

At the insistence of the artist Andy Warhol, the Lennons perform live with Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention at New York's Fillmore East. Prior to their performance, the Lennons keep security tight by clearing the backstage area completely. Kip Cohen, the manager of the Fillmore, remarks: "It was like the Jews being driven from Amsterdam." Within ten minutes, the wings have cleared and the place is like a tomb, except for the second-floor dressing room where John and Yoko briefly rehearse with Zappa and his band, watched by the privileged few Fillmore 'hangers-on'. Then, coming on stage as part of the Zappa/Mothers encore, John and Yoko perform "Well (Baby Please Don't Go)", "Jamrag", "Scumbag" and "Aü". Yoko arranges to have a movie camera capture the unique performance on 16mm colour film. An audio of the performance is later released on the double-album John Lennon and Yoko Ono: Sometime In New York City. For the release, Klaus Voorman is later required to overdub
the bass parts. On October 27,1992, re-mixed versions of these tracks, plus unreleased recordings such as: "Say Please" and "Aaawk" appear on the Frank Zappa CD album Playground Psychotics. The 16mm colour film circulates among collectors.

The quality is pretty good, b/w with a counter at the bottom/middle of the screen. The only thing that I find objectionable is Yoko. Her perfomance gave me a renewed respect for Donna Jean Godchaux's position in the Grateful Dead, which was very similar in effect, but no where near as annoying (late 1971 to 1979). Other notes and reviews I found on the net as I was gathering info: 

If you never knew about, heard about, or saw this performance, this is gonna blow your mind. Lennon only did a handful of public performances after The Beatles, and it’s a nice nod to Frank that John considered him a conductor who could handle the improv weirdness. And ya gotta love how Zappa takes control of both the audience and his band — with a Beatle on stage, circa 1971. How epic is this? It’s the closing of Bill Graham’s Fillmore East, the East Village theater that birthed so many careers and so much magic for three electric years in rock n roll history — and here’s THE Beatle showing up unannounced in his proudly new hometown, appearing on stage in the current rock n roll Cavern with one of the most avant-garde and genre-blending bands of all time. This is the entire and only 24 minutes — from a single miraculously-present 16mm camera. This is one of the silliest, most historic, craziest musical combos, and revealingly unrehearsed moments in the annals of rock n roll that was captured with a primitive audience tripod. And you think, “24 minutes! I ain't watchin' no stickin' 24 minutes!” But by the middle jam, you’re like, “Oh no! There’s only 10 minutes left!” An audio recording of this appeared on Lennon’s wonderfully bizarre “Some Time In New York City” album — a double-record time-capsule that’s been foolishly dismissed since it came out, but actually contains, for instance, this. Not only are John & Yoko playing to their freeform passion in their new hometown, but this is prime Mothers of Invention — Flo & Eddie on vocals, Aynsley Dunbar on drums, Ian Underwood on keys . . . . This was recorded the same weekend as Zappa & The Mothers' live landmark album “Fillmore East –– June 1971.” This clip is erroneously dated June 5th in the opening credits, but was actually the second & closing night.

David Bowie (R.I.P.) - 1999-12-02 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

London Astoria, December 2, 1999
Author: 100% British
Video Source: video (high generation)
Lineage: Trade DVD
Menu:  no
Chapters: yes / intuitive (song access)
Bitrate: 5.19Mbps
Format: PAL 
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 / 256Kbps
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Number of Discs: 1
Disc Type: DVD5 

01 - Life On Mars?
02 - Word On A Wing
03 - Thursday's Child
04 - Ashes To Ashes
05 - Survive
06 - Can't Help Thinking About Me
07 - China Girl
08 - Always Crashing In The Same Car
09 - Something In The Air
10 - Drive-In Saturday
11 - Stay
12 - Seven
13 - Changes
14 - Rebel Rebel
15 - Repetition
16 - The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
17 - Cracked Actor
18 - I'm Afraid Of Americans 

Total Running Time: 1h 31m 51s

This is the un-edited raw material that was to be used by Bowie for a concert film, but was discarded

Van Halen - 2012-03-09 - Buffalo, NY (DVDfull aud-shot DL) by REQUEST

(DVDfull aud-shot DL)

First Niagara Arena 

Video source 1 Sony Handicam DCR-SX63 
Video source 2 Cannon Powershot 750 
Seperate Audio source DAT-32 

Vegas Pro 10.0 - TMPGEnc Authoring - You 

01 - Intro 
02 - You Really Got Me 
03 - Runnin with the Devil 
04 - She’s the Woman 
05 - Romeo Delight 
06 - Tattoo 
07 - Everybody Wants Some 
08 - Somebody Get Me A Doctor 
09 - China Town 
10 - Hear About It Later 
11 - Pretty Woman 
12 - Alex’s drum solo 
13 - Unchained 
14 - The Trouble with Never 
15 - Dance The Night Away 
16 - I’ll Wait 
17 - Hot For Teacher 
18 - Women In Love 
19 - Girl Gone Bad 
20 - Beautiful Girls 
21 - Ice Cream Man 
22 - Panama 
23 - Eddie’s Guitar Solo 
24 - Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love 
25 - Jump 

This concert was filed from 2 seperate sources, Floor B Row 8 seats 12 & 14. This concert was the first attempt to video a show and author it to DVD. There are small issues such as a few spots of focus, in a small section the audio is off by less than 1 second, and I had issues with making both sources 16:9 ratio. I did the best I could with my first time out of the gate so deal with it. 

Special thanks to Ed, Al, Wolfie, & Dave for touring once againand the new album! Thanks Jen for letting me spend a mortgage payment for ILAA tickets! And thanks to all the junkies at

Jackson Browne - 1986-03-15 - Essen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot) 

The Pretender Strikes Germany


Date Of The Show: >  March 15, 1986
Broadcasting Date:  >  June 1, 2009
Venue:  >  Grugahalle, Essen - Germany
TV - Station:  >  WDR (Germany)

Cable Digital  >  Topfield 5200 PVR-c  >  MPEG Streamclip  >  DVD Studio Pro  >  Disc Image
DVD Menu:  >  Photoshop CS3 Design Premium - Apple's DVD Studio Pro & Apple's Motion
DVD Menu Sound:  >  Has Animated Menus, Chapter & Stereo Sound
Audio Format: > MP2 Stereo, 48 kHz, 192 kbps
Video Format:  >  MPEG 2
Resolution:  >  720 x 576 / PAL / 50 Hz / Color
Frames Per Second:  >  25
Aspect Ratio:  >  4:3 - 1.33:1 - Full Frame
Artwork Created with:  >  Adobe Creative Suite 3 Extended (Photoshop & InDesign)

Artwork:  >  Hi Resolution (300 ppi) Artwork Inside

Single Layer DVD - 5
Size:  >  4,11 GB (4.416.446.464 Byte)
Running Time:  >  01:34:38:11 Minutes
Average Picture Bitrate:  >  5,700,802 kbps

01. Boulevard
02. Tender Is The Night
03. In The Shape Of A Heart
04. Candy
05. Downtown
06. For Everyman
07. Lawyers In Love
08. Soldier Of Plenty
09. Black And White
10. Late For The Sky
11. Lives In The Balance
12. Lawless Avenues
13. For America
14. The Pretender
15. Running On Empty
16. Doctor My Eyes
17. For A Rocker

Mike Oldfield - 1981-08-09 - Nottingham, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Theatre Royal

unknown (Usenet)

PAL 25 fps, I/L TFF, 4:3 LB (720 x 576), MPEG2 5453-5956 kbps

MPEG-1 Layer 2 CBR, 48000Hz 224 kb/s tot, Joint Stereo (GSpot)

Mike Oldfield - guitar
Rick Fenn - bass & guitar
Tim Cross - keyboards
Morris Pert - percussion
Mike Frye - percussion
Maggie Reilly - vocals

01 - Platinum - Platinum
02 - Tubular Bells - Basses
03 - Tubular Bells - Peace
04 - Platinum - Mirage
05 - Tubular Bells - Fast Guitars
06 - Tubular Bells - Blues
07 - Tubular Bells - Ambient Guitars
08 - Ommadawn - Ommadawn

total run time: 00:27:55

The Waterboys - 2000-12-16 - Cologne, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Mid-Winter Pagan Celebration

Chapters & Menu
VHS > DVD > TMPGEnc MPEG Editor > Tsunami DVD Author Pro

4650 Kbps, 25.0 fps, 720x576 MPG2

Dolby Digtal (AC-3), 48000 Hz 256 kbps

01. Rockpalast Intro
02. Waterboys Intro
03. Let It Happen
04. The Charlatan's Lament
05. Strange Boat
06. The Glastonbury Song
07. Dumbing Down The World
08. Is She Conscious?
09. The Return Of Pan
10. The Wind In The Wires
11. Crown
12. Savage Earth Heart
13. Mike Scott Interview
14. Wonderful Disguise
15. The Glastonbury Song
16. Preparing To Fly
17. The Whole Of The Moon
18. All The Things She Gave Me
19. A Girl Called Johnny
20. Red Army Blues

01-12 "Rockpalast", Palladium, Cologne, 2000-12-16
   13 "The Waterboys" Planet Rock Profiles , ITV (UK) 2002-05-24 (official material removed)
   14 Mike Scott - "Later with Jools Holland", Series 4, Show 6, 1994-12-10
15-16 Mike Scott - Glastonbury Festival. 1994-06-24 (with Ian McNabb & Crazy Horse)
   17 "Later With Jools Holland", Series 16, Show 1, 2000-10-14
18-20 "RockPop In Concert", Dortmund, 1984-11-21

Chris Rea - 1985-08-17 - St. Goarshausen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Rockpalast Open Air, Loreley, St. Goarshausen, Germany, 17th August 1985 

Video Source: WDR German Rockpalast TV broadcast (broadcast date in 1990ies actually unavailable) 
Taper: Axel himself 
Video Bitrate: 6279 to 6339 kb/s 
Frame rate: VBR at 25.000 frames 
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot) 
DVD format: PAL 
DVD author: AODPPSS ~ Axel himself 
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment 

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

WDR German Rockpalast TV broadcast(see above) > Nokia satellite bowl > Pace satellite TV receiver > via Scart cable > Akai VCR(SP mode) > BASF 300min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(1h25min flexible time mode) > Verbatim DVD- on HD (> YOU) 
DVD with menue and scattered chapters 
File size: 4.00GB 

Chris Rea: Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards 
Dave Dryden: Guitar 
Max Middleton: Keyboards 
Kevin Leach: Keyboards, Saxophone 
Eoghan O'Neill: Bass 
Tony Hicks: Drums 

00) Announcement by Ken Jantz 
01) Bambollini 
02) Ace Of Hearts 
03) Candles 
04) Shamrock Daries 
05) Dancing Shoes 
06) Love's Strange Ways 
07) One Golden Rule 
08) Josephine 
09) Stainsby Girls 
10) I Can Hear Your Heart Beat 
11) I Don't Know What It Is But I Love It 
12) Steel River 
13) Touche D'Amour 
00) after show chat(no interview) 

Length: 85:00min

Yardbirds - 1964-1968 - TV Concert Footage (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Type: Compilation (best of), Video, Bootleg
Genre: Rock/Blues:NTSC:Region-Free:Full Menu"s:96 Minutes

UK TV 1964

01 - Louise
02 - I wish I would

SHINDIG - 1965
03 - I wish I would
04 - Heart Full of Sould
05 - I'm a man
06 - For your love

07 - I wish I would
08 - You're better man than I
09 - Shapes of Things

10 - I'm a man

11 - Train Kept a Rollin'
12 - Shapes of Things

BLOW UP - 1967
13 - Stroll on

14 - Shapes of Thing
15 - Happenings Ten Years Time ago
16 - Over Under sideaways down

UP BEAT - 1967
17 - Heart full of soul

18 - Train Kept a Rollin'
19 - I'm confused
20 - Good Ni9ght Sweet Sally

BEAT CLUB - 1970
21 - Reannaisance (with Keith Relf)
22 - Islant

a wealth of 1964-1968 footage of the band, even including a couple of live 1964 clips (of "Louise" and "I Wish You Would") with the Eric Clapton lineup. Some of the scenes with the Jeff Beck lineup are terrifically exciting live performances, particularly their Shindig versions of "For Your Love," "Heart Full of Soul," and a wild "I'm a Man." The less widely circulated 1966 NME Poll Winners Concert shows them with Beck doing strong live versions of "Train Kept A-Rollin'" and "Shapes of Things," and a 1967 German TV clip has the Jimmy Page lineup on "Shapes of Things," "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" (though Page can't quite simulate all the psychedelic sounds of the instrumental break), "Over Under Sideways Down," and (oddly, not listed on the cover) an extended "I'm a Man." The biggest kick of all is reserved for a 1968 French television appearance that had the Page lineup present "Dazed and Confused" -- the same song more famously recorded slightly later by Led Zeppelin, and which the Yardbirds never released an official version of while active. As a bonus, there's also a German Beat Club performance by Renaissance, the band singer Keith Relf and drummer Jim McCarty formed after the Yardbirds Broke up good luck guitar sam in kansas city