Sunday, May 9, 2021



For everyone who has problems or doesn't know how to unpack z01, z02, files, follow this simple procedure: install the latest version of winzip or winrar, open only the zip files (ignore z01, z02 etc...), select the content and extract somewhere. That's all.

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

New Iron Maiden site

It's a lossless torrent site dedicated to Iron Maiden but all genres are welcome too. Its only been open a couple of months.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Eric Clapton - 1990-02-03 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

“Blues Night” Journeyman - ECBN90021/2 - SB 6

vine disks > eac > flacs

With special guests
Robert Cray,
Buddy Guy,
Richard Cousins,
Johnnie Johnson,
Jamie Oldaker.

Disc 1:
01 - radio intro
02 - Key to the Highway
03 - Worried Life Blues
04 - All Your Love
05 - Have you Ever Loved a Woman
06 - Standing Around Crying / Long Distance Call
07 - Johnnie Johnson's Boogie
08 - Robert Cray Introduction
09 - Going Down Slow
10 - You Belong to Me
11 - Cry For Me
12 - Howlin' for My Baby
13 - Same Thing

Disc 2:
01 - Buddy Guy Introduced
02 - Money (That's What I Want)
03 - Five Long Years
04 - Buddy Guy intro to
05 - Everything is Gonna Be Alright
06 - Something On Your Mind
07 - Intro to
08 - My Time After Awhile
09 - Sweet Home Chicago / Yonder's Wall
10 - Hoochie Coochie Man
11 - Intro to encore
12 - Wee Wee Baby"

original vine notes:
"Soundboard, radio broadcast. Stunning perfomance, stunning sound quality, and superb setlist. Companion to the "Classic Night" but better.

comments: this is the best Clapton show i have heard (out of 20), and the best Buddy Guy show i've heard (without Junior Wells, anyway). plus its got Johnnie Johnson and Robert Cray playing great.

The Cure - 2008-03-05 - Valencia, ES (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Valencia - Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Spain)
March 5, 2008

PAL Pro Shot DVD

Recorded on Mtv Gold with Pioneer DVR-500H (XP mode)
Audio: LPCM, 48000Hz Stereo
Menu: no
Chapters: yes

1. Plainsong
2. From the edge of the deep green sea
3. The only one
4. In between days
5. Just like heaven
6. Wrong number
7. Disintegration
8. Freak show
9. Why can't i be you?

Taste - 1967-xx-xx - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


Original (first) Taste: 
Rory Gallagher - guitar & vocals 
Eric Kittringham - bass 
Norman Damery - drums 

Source: AUD trade cassettes (??unknown gens??)> CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Flac Frontend level 8 (verify & align on secture boundaries) 
Artwork: included, by The Cheeb. Thank you!! 
Transfers: The Cheeb (U.S.A.) of JAJ's (roryglzep) analog cassette tape, Thank you!! in 2000. 
NOTE: I have not altered or remastered these recordings in any way. These are exactly how I received them years ago, on analog tapes. 
Quality: vg-/vg ("aud"; from unknown gen cassette) 
Length: 4 tracks = 33:30 minutes 

01 Blister On The Moon 
02 Spoonful (w/Smokestack Lightning Jam) 
03 Good Morning Blues 
04 Same Old Story 

*** The following recordings (1967 Taste) are not included here, as they are officially released. They are on the artwork, but please do not expect to receive them in this torrent / download. *** 

- 1967 - 1st single (2 trax a & b side; released on Major Minor label) 6:52m vg+ sb 
- July 1967 - Emerald Studios; Belfast, N. Ireland (released on "Take It Easy Baby" LP, & on "In The Beginning" cd) 7 tracks; 25:38m ex- sb 

Genesis - 1975-04-15 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Apr 15, 1975 (Empire Pool - Wembley, London, England)

1-1. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway 5:16
1-2. Fly On A Windshield / Broadway Melody Of 1974 4:14
1-3. Cuckoo Cocoon (Begin)0:33
1-4. Cuckoo Cocoon 2:23
1-5. In The Cage 7:59
1-6. The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging 3:12
1-7. Story Of Rael I 1:30
1-8. Back In N.Y.C. 6:06
1-9. Hairless Heart 2:35
1-10. Counting Out Time 3:54
1-11. Carpet Crawlers 5:48
1-12. The Chamber Of 32 Doors 5:52
1-13. Story Of Rael II (part 1) 3:02
1-14. Lilywhite Lilith 2:55
1-15. The Waiting Room 9:19
1-16. Anyway 3:30
1-17. Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 2:30
1-18. Interlude 1:47
2-1. The Lamia 6:56
2-2. Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 3:18
2-3. The Colony Of Slippermen 8:58
2-4. Ravine 1:44
2-5. The Light Dies Down On Broadway 3:29
2-6. Riding The Scree 4:06
2-7. In The Rapids 2:27
2-8. It 4:29
2-9. The Story of Henry & Cynthia 3:30
2-10. The Musical Box 15:06
2-11. Watcher Of The Skies 7:24  

Note from the PRRP Site

"It is Here It is Now"

       In October 1974, Genesis were about to release their magnum opus, " The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway". An eleven day warm up tour of the UK had been planned when tragedy struck in the form of a bad hand injury suffered by lead guitarist Steve Hackett. Since a major North American tour was due to start at the end of November, the UK concerts had to be postponed, meaning that the "Lamb Show" would not be preformed in Britain until April of the following year.
       On November 20, 1974, Genesis were booked to play the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, the first concert of what would become their most colossal tour to date, and unbeknownst to the fans, their last tour with Peter Gabriel fronting the band. The early American shows were a challenge the band and audience alike, as Phil Collins recalls : "We went to America, where the album had not been released yet, which was pure suicide, and we were playing the whole thing to audiences who where just sitting there wondering, "What the hell is going on?". However as "The Lamb" became a more familiar set piece, the situation improved during the second half of the US tour and the European dates that ensued.
       When Genesis finally reached the UK in April 1975, they were at their performing peak. "The Lamb" show had already been played in it's entirety some 75 times by this point and so British audiences were treated to some of the finest performances of the entire tour. Only Peter Gabriel's impending departure cast a cloud over the band's mood, something that went unnoticed by the enthusiastic audiences. On April 14th 1975, Genesis performed "The Lamb" at Empire Pool in Wembley, London, the first of only 15 "Lamb Shows" to be performed on British soil.
       The following night's show was recorded by the BBC, but only highlight of this recording ever reached the airwaves, leaving fans to wonder whether or not the complete soundboard recording may still be in existence in the vaults. The famous partial broadcast gave birth to what is probably the most "bootlegged" Genesis concert ever. From the original vinyl LP, "Awed Man Out", to "The Light Goes Down On An Empire" a Japanese CD release, this recording  has gone a string of different versions, varying in quality as well as content.
       Thanks to the effort of a fan who recorded the Empire Pool concert on April 15th 1975, we can now offer this great remaster of the performance, presented in it's entirety at last. Only a small section of Peter's second part of "The Story of Rael" is missing from the original tape but the rest remains intact. Now you can hear each and every song that was omitted from the radio broadcast. The pressure on Peter must have been terrible at this point, but that did not keep him from cracking a few jokes with the audience. He even included some typical British humor when describing Rael's discovery of " hundreds of people crawling on a thick carpeted corridor" by adding " Carpets of Cyril Lord at prices you can afford !", a reference to a famous British wholesaler from way back. Overall the band really shone that night, as you will hear on this great recording. Listen to Steve's flaming guitar licks in "Fly On A Windshield", and Tony's delicate keyboards arrangements in "The Lamia", Mike's growling bass lines in "Broadway Melody of 1974" and Phil's inventive drumming in "The Colony of Slipperman", all wrapped up with Peter's distinctive and charismatic vocals. Every element helps to make performance one of the most powerful ever delivered by Genesis. The awesome improvisation that they engaged in for "The Waiting Room" that night is proof enough of how inspired the band could be when their incredible individual talents were combined. Enjoy this amazing piece of rock history!

Notes from the Re-Master
There are many versions of this concert available among Genesis Fans. The BBC recorded the show and those tapes were used to produce limited versions of this concert. This recording as based on an audience tape which is essentially complete. Only a couple of sentences during the Story of Rael part 2 are missing. This was likely when the original tape was turned during the show.The quality of this stereo recording is quite good. For some reason, the right channel volume was consistently 25-30% lower than the left. This was corrected. The recorder was probably near the front of the stage at the time of the concert. This allows us to appreciate the ambience of the concert hall acoustics without suffering from the "airplane hanger" effect of recordings made from the back row of an auditorium. This close proximity may also explain why treble was overemphasized in this recording and needed to be reduced. The last two songs also seem to be different in their tonality with even less bass and more treble. They may have been recorded onto a different tape, hence different characteristics. All of this was fixed. Further, the last two songs suffered from constant crackle, the source of which is unknown. Fortunately, it was easily removed. Hiss was quite prominent throughout the recording but was removed without too much trouble. Because it was an audience recording, removing the hiss made audience talking more obvious, and at some point distracting. Nothing could be done about this. Again, because of the audience placement of the recording device, applause was quite overpowering at some points and needed to be reduced. Pops and clicks were also quite frequent. 53 were manually removed and others were corrected using algorithms. Peter was quite dynamic with the vocals during this performance. At some points the vocals are quite soft and needed enhancement. At other times they were overwhelming and distorted at their peaks. This was corrected as best as possible. The letter 'S' when sung loudly produced a hiss that needed to be reduces on many occasions. For some reason, during the last song, Watcher of the Skies, for about 50 seconds the volume of the Left channel drops to about one third of the original volume. The cause for this is unknown but this was also fixed. The Tracking of the concert was quite curious. Disc one track placements did not correspond well at all to the known tracking of the Lamb Lies Down On Broadway studio version. So, most of the first disc tracking was reworked. On the second disc the 'Lamb' tracking was correct. The only change that was made was to separate the 'Story of Henry' from 'The Musical Box' within the "Musical Box" track, thereby adding an additional track.

Eric Clapton - 1976-11-14 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

Mid Valley Silvers>FLAC via Switch Sound File Converter Plus

01: Introduction
02: Hello Old Friend
03: Sign Language
04: Layla
05: Key to the Highway
06: Tell the Truth
07: Can't Find My Way Home
08: All Our Past Times

01: Blues Power
02: One Night
03: I Shot the Sheriff
04: Further On Up the Road

Eric Clapton - 1985-02-28 - Edinburgh, Scotland (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Edinburgh Playhouse

"Scottish Ramblin'" [Beano 009 - box set]

Audience>?>cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6

Band line-up:
Eric Clapton guitar, vocals
Donald 'Duck' Dunn bass
Tim Renwick guitar
Chris Stainton keyboards
Jamie Oldaker drums
Marcy Levy backing vocals
Shaun Murphy backing vocals

Disc one (58:52):
(1) Everybody Oughta Make A Change (5:04)
(2) Motherless Children (4:38)
(3) I Shot The Sheriff (6:51)
(4) Same Old Blues (8:10)
(5) Blues Power (5:26)
(6) Tangled In Love (5:13)
(7) Steppin' Out (7:06)
(8) Just Like A Prisoner (5:17)
(9) Tulsa Time (4:21)
(10) When Something Is Wrong With My Baby (6:42)

Disc two (61:21):
(1) Badge (7:44)
(2) Behind The Sun (4:05)
(3) Wonderful Tonight (5:06)
(4) Let It Rain (5:22)
(5) Blues Medley (12:39)
(6) Cocaine (6:36)
(7) Layla (7:52)
(8) Knock On Wood (4:22)
(9) Further On Up The Road (7:31)

Info file, artwork, FFP, and md5 signature file are included.

This was originally posted by "ECMusicMan" to Dime in April 2007. I had owned a crappy cassette copy for years, but this was a significant upgrade (of the same source) for me. This was the second date of the "Behind The Sun" world tour (the first of which was at the same venue the prior evening) which took EC through Europe, a lengthy jaunt through the United States, and Japan promoting his new album with a slightly tweaked line-up (I think Donald "Duck" Dunn joined him on bass during this tour, and the rest were carried over from the 1983-84 dates). This is a solid performance which doesn't give any indication of opening-night jitters or snafus; a solid performance which set the stage for the lengthy tour that followed.

In terms of performance, this is pretty consistent with the rest of the tour, with the exception that "Just Like a Prisoner" was rather quickly dropped from the set after these opening dates. There are other tracks ("Behind The Sun," "Knock On Wood") which survived a bit longer but were still gone by the time the tour reached less-patient U.S. audiences. With these setlist variations aside, it's a workmanlike presentation of a range of material from across his career, favoring shorter pop songs and mainly dropping the extensive blues jams featured on prior tours (the one exception was the fun blues medley near the end of the set). If you're a fan of this period of his career, you'll like this one.

As far as sound quality, I suspect this was done by the same taper and equipment, but was in a better line with the PA and/or closer to the monitors. The sound is more lively and "immediate," with clearer vocals. Sounds to me like there was some EQ work done here based on the processed sound on the high end, but overall this is a very solid audience recording, particularly given the era in which it was recorded.

Simon and Garfunkel - 1967-03-11 - Medford, MA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Simon and Garfunkel
March 11, 1967
Tufts University - Cousens Gymnasium
Medford, Massachusetts, USA

Soundboard recording from reel - probably 2nd or 3rd gen. reel. More dynamic range and less hissy sounding than the previous seed. Also includes an extra minute and a half of a partial "Leaves They Are Green" that's missing from the previous copy and from most lists of this show on the web.

This copy was gone through carefully to seamlessly remove many clicks and other minor flaws, and has not been circulated from this source before.

There is still quite a bit of tape hiss, but not as loud or in the way of the music as on the other copy. I rate the sound quality as VG+ but please check the samples to decide for yourself.

01 [1:52] The Leaves That Are Green [cuts in]
02 [2:46] Paul Simon talk
03 [3:30] Sparrow
04 [3:00] Homeward Bound
05 [2:13] You Don't Know Where Your Interest Lies
06 [3:14] A Most Peculiar Man
07 [3:01] Red Rubber Ball
08 [3:28] The Dangling Conversation
09 [2:59] Paul Simon talk
10 [2:06] The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
11 [3:32] Richard Cory
12 [0:37] Art Garfunkel talk
13 [3:11] Benedictus
14 [1:16] Paul Simon talk
15 [3:43] Blessed
16 [2:24] Art Garfunkel talk
17 [2:48] A Poem On The Underground Wall
18 [3:55] I Am A Rock
19 [3:19] Anji
20 [5:18] The Sound of Silence
21 [2:49] For Emily Whenever I May Find Her
22 [4:33] A Church Is Burning
23 [2:43] Wednesday Morning 3 A.M.
total: 68:17

Notes: This show has been traded as various dates and places but most call it Tufts University '66 or march 11, 1967. My reel was labeled "Tufts University Fall 1966" but evidence found on the web shows the date as March 11, 1967. There is an article and ad from the MIT University newspaper that mentions that they are playing that week but does not say that they also played at Tufts in 1966, so I am assuming that March 11, 1967 is the likely date of this recording. I have included those 2 pdf files, plus a poster that I found on the web as part of some artwork.

My reel was recorded right around the time that this tape first circulated widely in the late '70's. I think it was originally given out by someone who worked at the show. It was not supposed to be traded, but was soon leaked by someone and then bootlegged extensively after that.

Transfer: Revox A700 > Macintosh with Digidesign AudioMedia III sound card > Pro Tools (normalization, minor "nip and tuck" edits and tracking - no equalization or noise reduction) > AIFF files > xAct (Flac level 8 files with sector boundaries verified).

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Roger Waters - 2007-03-09 - Bogota, Colombia (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Original Source:
Pro-shot video. Direct from the production crew. Several concert cameras, including on-screen videoclips.
Audio straight from the monitor track.
2h 39m 11s DVD-video weighting 2,39 Gb recorded on a Samsung Pleomax white label DVD.

Video: MPEG-2 video at 352X480 pixels, 29.97 fps. 4:3, NTSC

Audio: 2 channels stereo at 48.000 hz
The sound is direct from the mixing desk and has the “click track” (metronome). Despite having 2 channels, this happens to be a low-volume non-stereo mix for sound monitoring. Rather seems a monoaural fed. No stereo effects can be heard.

This “first generation source DVD” was bought somewhere in Bogotá on April 2nd 2007. It has a generic stand alone recorder menu with no buttons for track or chapter selection. The only title track was divided into 28 chapters of 5 minutes each.

The great fault of this DVD was the absence of image for the first songs of the show: there were some 25 minutes or so of black screen.

The other fault is the lack of the old music introduction.
Living in Colombia, Niebla de Fuego used this “original” DVD, and didn’t use the any internet/torrent DVD file as source.

Video: MPEG-2 video at 720X480 pixels, 29,97 fps., 4:3, NTSC 5.000 Kb/s
Audio: 2 channels stereo, 48.000 hz at 256 Kb/s and a selectable monoaural track, 48.000 hz at 256 Kb/s.
Subtitles: English/Spanish selectable from the setup menu or the “subtitle” button on the remote control (subtitles to the lyrics and speeches).

01.In the Flesh
03.Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
04.Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
05.Have a Cigar
06.Wish You Were Here
07.Southampton Dock
08.The Fletcher Memorial Home
09.Perfect Sense (Parts 1 and 2)
10.Leaving Beirut

The Dark Side of the Moon
12.Speak to Me
14.On the Run
16.Breathe (Reprise)
17.The Great Gig in the Sky
19.Us and Them
20.Any Colour You Like
21.Brain Damage

23.The Happiest Days of Our Lives
24.Another Brick in the Wall Part 2
26.Bring the Boys Back Home
27.Comfortably Numb

Video for the first song of the show was restored using footage from the film crew, fan shots and cell phone videos. A new two and a half minutes introduction deleted from the first bootleg was restored into this release.

DVD1: 4,21 Gb

DVD2: 4,26 Gb


Concert: 2H : 34m
Extras: 1H : 42m
Total running time for this Roger Waters Live at Bogotá Release: 4H:16m

U2 - 1986-06-13 - Chicago, IL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Conspitacy Of Hope Tour Chicago

Material : Hi8mm > vhs > dvd
Generation : 1st Generation
Integral : Complete
Format : NTSC
Résolution : 720*480
Sound : LPCM
Ratio : 4/3

01. Mlk
02. Pride
03. New Year's Day
04. Sunday Bloody Sunday
05. Maggie's Farm (bob Dylan)
06. Help (the Beatles)
07. Bad
08. Sun City

Saga - 1983-09-29 - Suhl, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

VoIO:"Im Konzert" 

Pro Shot > Das Jugendfernsehen - Prasentiert - "Im Konzert" > DVDR > DVDFAB > YOU! 

Codec: MPEG-1 Layer 2 
Bitrate: 256 kb/s tot, Stereo 

Codec: MPEG2 
Resolution: 720 x 576 
Framerate: 25 fps 
Bitrate: 5969 kbps 
Format: PAL 
Aspect: 4:3

Ian Crichton - guitar 
Jim Crichton - synthesizer, bass, keyboards 
Jim Gilmour - keyboards, saxophone, vocals 
Steve Negus - percussion, drums, electric percussion 
Michael Sadler - keyboards, vocals, bass 

01. The Sound Of Strangers 
02. On The Loose 
03. Humble Stance 
04. Wind Him Up 
05. Scratching The Surface 
06. It's Time 
07. The Flyer 
08. Ice Nice 
09. Briefcase 
10. Pitchman 
11. Careful Where You Step 


A Great live show from one of the lesser known Pomp Prog bands "Saga" at their peek! Although their music was more mainstream and radio friendly, they were excellent musicians & had all the overtones of prog rock! 

This "In Concert" film is from the 1983 "Head Or Tails" World Tour, Unfortunately it`s not the complete show. Filmed during one of the two dates played in W. Germany. For those of you old enough to remember, The Berlin Wall was still up at that time!

R.E.M. - 1982-10-10 - Raleigh, NC (DVDFull pro-shot)

(DVDFull pro-shot)

The Pier

01 - Wolves Lower
02 - Laughing
03 - Million
04 - Moral Kiosk
05 - Catapult
06 - West of the Fields
07 - Radio Free Europe
08 - Ages of You
09 - We Walk
10 - Box Car
11 - Unknown Song

Approximately 45 minutes

Rage Against the Machine - 1999-10-10 - Indio, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Rage Against The Machine
10/10/1999 Coachella Music Festival
Indio, CA, USA

Pro-Shot > Trade > TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 (no recode) > Sitting in my PC > You
Vid NTSC 4:3
Audio AC3
Length 59 minutes
Quality A or A-, depends on who you ask
Pro-shot, but it's clean: no logo and no breaks between songs.
File created late at night on 4/26/2007 (T minus 3 days till Rage's return)

01. Testify
02. Guerrilla Radio
03. Bombtrack
04. People Of The Sun
05. Know Your Enemy (Feat. Maynard From Tool)
06. Born Of A Broken Man
07. Bullet In The Head
08. Sleep Now In The Fire
09. No Shelter
10. Bulls On Parade
11. Killing In The Name

It's a fantastic show; they were one of the headliners for this, the very first Coachella. I'm uploading this to commemorate Rage's big return this weekend also at the Coachella Festival: April 29th, 2007. It's been a long-ass time coming, I'm waiting on them to te-e-e-e-ear that shit up! Big, big ups to the original taper, WHEREVER you may be! Big ups also to my good buddy Paul "Duby" Dubczuk for the artwork as it is on the menu. Bad-ass shit if I've ever seen anything.

The Ramones - 1991-02-05 - Tokyo, Japan (DVDFull pro-shot)

(DVDFull pro-shot)

Citta Club

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: 3.44Mbps

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


01 - Durango 95
02 - Teenage Lobotomy
03 - Psycho Therapy
04 - Blitzkrieg Bop
05 - Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
06 - I Believe In Miracles
07 - Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
08 - Rock 'N' Roll High School
09 - I Wanna Be Sedated
10 - Beat On The Brat
11 - I Wanna Live
12 - Bonzo Goes To Bitburg
13 - Go Mental
14 - Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
15 - Rockaway Beach
16 - Pet Sematary
17 - The KKK Took My Baby Away
18 - She's The One
19 - Mama's Boy
20 - Animal Boy
21 - Wart Hog
22 - Surfin' Bird
23 - Cretin Hop
24 - I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
25 - Today Your Love Tomorrow The World
26 - Pinhead
27 - Chinese Rock
28 - Somebody Put Something In My Drink
29 - We're A Happy Family

Duration: 59:39

Rage Against the Machine - 1993-04-03 - Chicago, IL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Cabaret Metro

01 - Mary Morello Intro
02 - Take The Power Back
03 - Bombtrack
04 - Fistful Of Steel
05 - Bullet In The Head
06 - Darkness of Greed
07 - Wake Up
08 - Jam w/ lyrics
09 - Killing in the Name
10 - Freedom

this is an ultra-rare recording that just happened to surface a month or so ago. This is the first, full length pro shot of them to surface, so this is really special. The sound and visual quality is incredible- easily the best proshot of them to surface prior to 1996. The story behind this recording is that Aphydro found it on ebay and bought it. The only downside to this video is that there is a running timer on the bottom, but no big deal.

Placebo - 2013-12-10 - Paris, FR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Paris, France 

Audio: AC3, CBR, 48000Hz, 256 kb/s, Stereo 
Video: 4/3 MPEG2, 720*576, 4800kbps 
Format: PAL 

01 B3 
02 Loud Like Love 
03 Two Many Friends 
04 Scene of the Crime 
05 A Million Little Pieces 
06 Purify 
07 Space Monkey 
08 Meds 
09 Song To Say Goodbye 
10 Special K 
11 Bitter End 
12 Running Up That Hill 
13 Post Blue 
14 Infra-red 

Pearl Jam - 1992-06-08 - Landgraaf, NL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pinkpop Festival 1992

NTCS / 720x480 / 29,97fps / 4:3

01 - Even Flow
02 - Why Go
03 - Jeremy
04 - Alive
05 - Black
06 - Leash
07 - Once
08 - Porch
09 - Rockin' in the Free World

47 min.

Nirvana - 1992-10-30 - Buenos Aires, ARG (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

PROMO MASTER>VHS(1)>DVD+R(3) ( PRO #1c ; pro-shot; 60 min. lenght, incomplete recording ; Bill Mayer second transfer )

01 - unknown/Nobody Knows I'm New Wave
02 - Aneurysm
03 - Smells Like Teen Spirit (intro)
04 - Breed
05 - Smells Like Teen Spirit (intro)
06 - Drain You
07 - Beeswax
08 - Spank Thru
09 - School
10 - Come As You Are
11 - Lithium
12 - Lounge Act
13 - Sliver
14 - About A Girl
15 - Polly
16 - In Bloom
17 - Territorial Pissings
18 - Been A Son
19 - On A Plain

Neil Young - 2013-06-08 - Brussels, Belgium (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Venue: Vorst Nationaal
Format: PAL DVD

Sony HDR-HC9> Edius 6.5pro> Procoder3>Mpeg2> Encore > PAL DVD

The sound is also taken from the camera stereo 2.0

Editing: Everything is edit in Edius

Recording & editing: Mothertapes

Sound is Good.

Recorded, from left tribune

01 - National Anthem of Belgium
02 - Love and only love
03 - Powderfinger
04 - Psychedelic Pill
05 - Walk like a giant
06 - Hole in the sky
07 - Comes a time
08 - Blowin'in the wind
09 - Singer without a song
10 - Ramada Inn
11 - Cinnamon Girl
12 - F*!#n'Up
13 - Surfer Joe and Moe the Sleaze
14 - Welfare Mothers
15 - Mr. Soul
16 - Hey Hey, My My
17 - Roll Another Number
18 - Everybody knows this is nowhere

Total Lenght: 150 minutes

John Martyn - 1973-2004 - At the BBC (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

John Martyn OBE.
At The BBC 
BBC Four Broadcast - Sunday 22nd March 2009

BBC Four (DVB-C)>LITEON stand alone DVD rec>PC>Menu,Chapters and burned using Nero.
Md5 checksums generated by Traders little helper.

GSpot Says:
DVD VOB format
MPEG-2Program Stream << (1 vid, 1 aud)
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 8854 kbps I/L BFF
PAL 4:3

AC3 0xbd(0x80):48000Hz 192 kb/s tot.
stereo (2/0)

01 Intro
02 May You Never - Old Grey Whistle Test March 13th 1973
03 I'd Rather Be The Devil - Old Grey Whistle Test March 13th 1973
04 Make No Mistake - Old Grey Whistle Test Oct 1973
05 One World - Old Grey Whistle Test March 1st 1977
06 Spencer The Rover - Sight And Sound In Concert Jan 1977
07 Small Hours - Old Grey Whistle Test January 16th 1978
08 Sweet Little Mystery - Old Grey Whistle Test Jan 1981 (Feat Phil Collins on Drums/B-voc
09 Johnny Too Bad - A Little Night Music Aug 1981
10 Man In The Station - Later With Jools Holland Nov 1992
11 Step It Up - Later With Jools Holland May 1996
12 Solid Air - Transatlantic Sessions Nov 1998
13 Couldn't Love You More - Songwriters Circle July 1999
14 One For The Road - Later With Jools Holland - May 2004

Runtime 00:58:46

Neil Young - 1996-07-03 - Rotterdam, NLù (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Sportpaleis Ahoy', Rotterdam, The Netherlands

torrent > Extracting MPEG 2 with TMPENC MPEG Editor(no reencoding) > Audio from Zuma66 Master(Aiwa CM 30)(time stretch with Adobe Audition 3.0 > Muxing with TMPGEND MPEG Editor > Authoring with TMPENC DVD Author(with menü and chapter) > Dime > You

Audio source
Linear PCM Wave 48000Hz 1536 kb/s,stereo (2/0)

PAL MPEG 2 720x576 25 fps (4:3)VBR

16 Chapters (Song by song)
Standard Menu

Equipment for Transfer = PANASONIC SVHS VCT>Cable Super Video>SONY DVD Recorder with Hard disc

Audio : Dolby Digital, 2 Channel, 256 Kbit
Video : 720x576 - MPEG-2
System PAL MN 21

Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals

03.Big Time
04.Slip Away
05.Welfare Mothers
06.The Needle And The Damage Done
07.Heart Of Gold
08.I Am A Child
09.Cinnamon Girl
10.F*!#in' Up
11.Cortez The Killer
12.Music Arcade
13.Like A Hurricane
14.Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
15.Sedan Delivery
16.Rockin' In The Free World

Transfered from 2nd generation VHS VIDEO TAPE by AV

TOTAL TIME = 01:42:09

Miles Davis - 1987-07-01 - Lugano, Switzerland (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Padiglione Arte Casa, Centro delle Esposizioni,

TV > VHS > VHS (unknown generation) > DVD

4.1Mbps (average) MPEG-2 704x576 (PAL) 4:3

Dolby AC-3 2ch 48kHz

Miles Davis (trumpet, keyboards)
Kenny Garrett (alto sax, flute)
Robert Irving III (synthesizer)
Adam Holzman (synthesizer)
Joe "Foley" McCreary (electric guitar)
Darryl Jones (electric bass)
Ricky Wellman (drums)
Mino Cinelu (percussions)

01. One Phone Call/Street Scenes
02. Speak
03. New Blues
04. Perfect Way/The Senate/Me & U
05. Human Nature
06. Tutu
07. Movie Star
08. Splatch
09. Time After Time
10. Don't Stop Me Now
11. Carnival Time (incomplete)

Total time 1:30:32

Miles Davis - 1985-07-28 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

LIVE UNDER THE SKY '85 (Complete Version)
Yomiuri-land Open Theatre East, Tokyo, Japan

Miles Davis - trumpet
Bob Berg - tenor & soprano saxophone
Vincent Wilburn Jr. - drums
Robert Irving III - keyboards
Darryl Jones - bass
John Scofield - guitar
Steve Thornton - latin percussion

02.Theme From Jack Johnson; One Phone Call/Street Scenes; That's What Happened
03.Star People
05.Human Nature
06.MD 1; Something's On Your Mind; MD 2
07.Time After Time
08.Ms. Morrisine
09.Code M.D.
10.Pacific Express
12.Member Introduction

Total: 01:39:30

Source :
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Lineage :
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> DVD-RW > TMPGEnc DVD Author(for create menu) > DVD NTSC

> TMPGEnc Mpeg Editor (normalize(audio 95%)/cut initial 1-2 min blank)
> TMPGEnc Author 1.6 (create chapter menu)
> DVD NTSC with menu

MPEG2 720x480 29.97fps 4:3 7000.00kb/s
Dolby AC-3 48.00kHz 2.0ch(2/0 L+R) CM 256.00kb/s

Bruce Springsteen - 2012-06-17 - Madrid, ES (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Estadio Santiago Bernabeu

Recorded by AlvaroVRAC in front of the stage, section 621.

Recorded with ZOOM Handy Recorded H4NEX

WAV --> xrecode II --> FLAC --> You

Bruce Springsteen: Lead Vocals, Guitars, Harmonica
The E Street Band:
Roy Bittan: Piano
Nils Lofgren: Guitars, Electric Banjo, Vocals
Garry W. Tallent: Bass
Stevie Van Zandt: Guitars, Vocals, Mandolin
Max Weinberg: Drums
Soozie Tyrell: Violin, Vocals
Charlie Giordano: Keyboards, Acordion
Cindy Mizelle: Vocals
Curtis King: Vocals
Clark Gayton: Trombone, Tuba
Curt Ramm: Trumpet
Barry Danielian: Trumpet
Ed Manion: Saxophone
Jake Clemons: Saxophone
Michelle Moore: Vocals On "Rocky Ground"
Southside Johnny: Vocals On "Talk To Me" And "Twist And Shout"

01 - Intro (Once Upon A Time In The West)
02 - Badlands
03 - No Surrender
04 - We Take Care Of Our Own
05 - Wrecking Ball
06 - Death To My Hometown
07 - My City Of Ruins
08 - Spirit In The Night
09 - Be True
10 - Jack Of All Trades
11 - Youngstown
12 - Murder Incorporated
13 - She's The One
14 - Talk To Me (With Southside Johnny)
15 - Spanish Eyes (World Premier)
16 - Working On The Highway
17 - Shackled And Drawn
18 - Waitin' On A Sunny Day
19 - Apollo Meddley
20 - The River
21 - Because The Night
22 - My Love Will Not Let You Down
23 - The Rising
24 - We Are Alive
25 - Thunder Road
26 - Encore
27 - Rocky Ground (with Michelle Moore)
28 - Born In The U.S.A.
29 - Born To Run
30 - Hungry Heart
31 - Seven Nights To Rock
32 - Dancing In The Dark
33 - Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
34 - Encore
35 - Twist And Shout (with Southside Johnny)

Total Running Time: 3:50:13

It's The longest concert of Bruce Springsteen ever until that day. First ever performance of "Spanish Eyes"

U2 - 1983-06-21 - Orlando, FL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Jai Alai Fronton Hall

Attendance:  3,029 (capacity 3,500)
Support:  The Alarm

cdr (obtained in trade, unknown taper/equipment/lineage) > EAC to wav > FlAC Frontend 1.7.1. to FLAC Level 6

Disc 1 (43:5)
1 - Out of Control
2 - Twilight
3 - An Cat Dubh
4 - Into the Heart
5 - Surrender
6 - Two Hearts Beat as One
7 - Seconds
8 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
9 - Cry-Electric Co.

Disc 2 (37:09)

1 - I Fall Down
2 - October
3 - New Year's Day
4 - Gloria
5 - Party Girl
6 - 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
7 - I Will Follow
8 - 40

Pimm tells us:
"A few days off in Florida allow the band to continue to recover after the debacle in Los Angeles.  Snippets of Singing in the Rain are included in Two Hearts Beat as One. I Fall Down is interrupted because of heavy pushing in the front.  'You see the white flags that we have at the back of the stage?  That means nobody gets hurt when we play.'  It's a hot night in Florida and the airconditioning isn't at its best.  'Have you any air to breathe down there?' Bono asks during the encore.  "Well, if you have, just breathe it this way, OK?"

This concert starts off with what was presumably a local DJ hyping up the crowd with his introduction...the quality is pretty good, maybe 4 to 4.5/5, so wonder if this was a radio broadcast someone taped, or just a pretty nice audience recording.  Justin mentions a conversion performed by Dana Fletcher from cassette, so maybe he knows more about this...Justin describes his version as "...almost sounds like there was a blanket over the taper's microphones.  Audience noise is virtually non-existent" -- The versions on and at Justin's site have this one one cd, with Cat Dubh and Into the Heart as a single version, and the one for which Lars made cover art (available at the archives) has this as a two disc version, 9/8 track split, and Cat Dubh/Into the Heart separated.  Although one could potentially combine these and overburn into an 80 minute disc, I decided it would be easier for most to just post this as a two cd set.

There is a two second glitch at 2:56 of Electric Co.

Frank Zappa - 1984-11-03 - Stonybrook, NY (SBD/AUD/FLAC) Late Show by REQUEST

(Soundboard/Audience FLAC)

1984 11 03 (L) 
Frank Zappa 
State University 
Stony Brook, NY 
SBD/AUD (RobSam-doctorzap-jaypfunk-BengoFury-flambay-mudsharknyc) 

This FZ Shows entry provides a SBD source upgrade from any previous FZ Shows version, to date, while merging another two sources (one SBD & one AUD) to near complete the concert. This show captures FZ & the 1984 Touring Band approximately one week into the second leg of their North American 20th Anniversary touring schedule as they performed a pair of shows on this date in the Gym of the State University, otherwise known as SUNY. They are in fine form while enjoying themselves on stage to deliver a highly enjoyable & entertaining performance. While this entry showcases the Late show, a superb SBD version of the Early show resides in FZ Shows here and is not to be missed: 

It is an essential must-have which compliments this Late show entry while providing a fantastic double bill experience of historical relevance for this date. 

Arrow SBD SOURCE INFORMATION: The main SBD upgrade portion herein originates from an unknown low generation SBD source as provided by the RobSam-doctorzap Shoebox entry found here: 

1984 11 03 - Gym, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY E+L SBD (RobSam doctorzap) 

LINEAGE: Maxell XLII low GEN ? > Nakamichi DR-1 > Realtek HDAudio pentium i7 > Soundforge 10 Pro Highest quality setting Izotope 64 bit src downsampling / MBIT+dither > TLH > WAV > PEAK > speed correction. patching, editing & tracking > FLAC (level 8) 

SQ for this main SBD portion rates as a solid A grade and serves up a great listen. Because the main RS DRZ SBD upgrade source herein had slightly less tape than the previous SBD sources available, it was necessary to be patch accordingly with approximately less than xx minutes of SBD tape from the, previously available, jaypfunk FZ Shows entry found here: 

1984 11 03 Stony Brook NY Late 107.12 SBD + AUD (jaypfunk) 

LINEAGE: SBD> Very Low Gen (maybe 2nd gen) Maxell XLII-S 90min tape> Kenwood KX-W8020 Cassette Deck> Sound Blaster Awe32 PC Soundcard> Recorded To WAV And Edited With Cool Edit Pro> WAV Files Split with CDWave> FLAC > WAV > PEAK > speed correction, 16k noise removal, patching into main SBD source 

Arrow AUD PATCH SOURCE INFORMATION: The audience patch portion herein was sourced via the existing jaypfunk FZ Shows entry as listed above. However, the audience source therein originates from a prior BengoFury FZ Shows entry, now archived, and retired here: 

1984 11 03 Stony Brook NY Late 103.25 Sbd+Aud (BengoFury) - RESEED 

LINEAGE: exact lineage unknown > WAV > PEAK > speed correction, patching into SBD sources 

SQ for this main AUD patch portion rates as a C grade, imo. 

Arrow UPGRADE INFORMATION: This FZ Shows entry upgrades the previous FZ Shows entry found here: 

1984 11 03 Stony Brook NY Late 107.12 SBD + AUD (jaypfunk) 

Additionally, for those interested, the Sample threads for this show can be found here: 
1984 11 03 (L) StonyBrook NY SBD (RobSam doctorzap) Samples 
1984 11 03 (L) StonyBrook NY SBD - possible fills for robsam version (BengoFury,jaypfunk,Rumpofsteelskin) 
1984 11 03 L StonyBrook SBD The Evil Prince verify 

Now on with the show, folks: 

Arrow THIS COPY: 108.51 min, SBD A (A- for SBD patches)/ AUD C 

Arrow THE BAND: 
FZ, Ike Willis, Ray White, Scott Thunes, Chad Wackerman, Allan Zavod, Bobby Martin. 

Arrow THE SHOW: 
01 Tune Up (0:44) 
- jaypfunk SBD patch from 00:00:00.000-00:00:03.820 
02 Zoot Allures (5:56) 
03 Band Introductions (00:58) 
04 Tinseltown Rebellion (4:29) 
05 Trouble Every Day (5:43) 
06 Penguin In Bondage (4:55) 
07 Hot Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel (4:58) 
08 Be In My Video (3:19) 
09 Goblin Girl (2:22) 
10 The Black Page (5:39) 
11 I’m The Slime (4:45) 
12 Daddy Daddy Daddy (2:21) 
- jaypfunk SBD patch from 00:01:36.308 through the remainder of this song 
13 The Evil Prince (5:21) 
- jaypfunk SBD patch from 00:00:00.000-00:00:29.988 
- all known SBD sources to date have a cut during the Thing Fish introduction of this song where there is some tape & music missing , that said, this version has the cut @ 00:00:29.988 exactly where the SBD sourced versions merge. It is this small missing segment that makes this show incomplete. 
14 Teenage Wind (2:20) 
15 Truck Driver Divorce (5:50) 
16 Carol You Fool (3:48) 
17 Chana In De Bushwop (4:43) 
18 Let’s Move To Cleveland (16:33) 
19 Encore Audience #1 (0:34) 
20 Little Girl Of Mine (1:57) 
21 The Closer You Are (2:03) 
22 Johnny Darling (0:51) 
23 No No Cherry (1:26) 
24 Cosmik Debris (4:38) 
- main SBD source ends here and cuts @ 00:00:28.896 
- jaypfunk SBD patch from 00:00:28.896-00:01:48.406, which concludes the known available SBD portions to date 
- BengoFury AUD source takes over from 00:01:48.406 onward through the remainder of the performance to near complete the show 
25 Encore Audience #2 (0:46) 
26 Encore #2 Preamble (0:45) 
- slight AUD tape source cut @ 00:00:18.350 
27 He’s So Gay (2:32) 
28 Whippiing Post (7:39) 
29 State University Audience Outtro (0:44) 
- slight fade out applied to the very end of the tape 

Total time 108.51 min 

Slight speed corrections to the RobSam-doctorzap main SBD source. 
Slight speed corrections and 16k noise removal applied to the jaypfunk SBD patches. 
Slight speed corrections to the BengoFury AUD patches sourced from the jaypfunk FZ Shows entry. 
All other patch edits & fixes performed are where listed in the show setlist. 

02 Tune Up (unpatched) (0:42) 
- as is, untouched, cuts in where main SBD source herein begins 
12 Daddy Daddy Daddy (unpatched) (1:36) 
- SBD source as is, untouched, where main SBD source herein cuts out 
13 The Evil Prince (unpatched) (4:51) 
- as is, untouched, where main SBD source herein cuts in 
24 Cosmik Debris (unpatched) (0:29) 
- as is, untouched, where main SBD source herein ends

Yes - 2015-08-30 - Littleton, CO (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield

Sony ECM-717 (mic) / Sony PCM-M10 24/96 > Audacity (downsampled to 16/44 wav) > CD Wav (track splitting) > Traders Little Helper (FLAC level 8)

Steve Howe
Alan White
Geoff Downes
Billy Sherwood
John Davison

01 intro tape

02 Firebuid Suite excerpt
03 Don't Kill The Whale
04 Tempus Fugit
05 America
06 Going For The One
07 Time and a Word
08 I've Seen All Good People
09 Siberian Khatru
10 Owner of a Lonely Heart
11 Roundabout
12 Starship Trooper

Notes by the taper

I felt uncertain about this show going in - without Chris Squire, would this feel like Yes? Does this make them their own tribute band? Certainly, on some levels, that's exactly how it feels - when Geoff Downes played a sloppy keyboard lick at the beginning of OoaLH, you can hear a few people in the audience groan; there's a surrealistic feeling to this band playing TaaW, when nobody on stage played on the original recording; the longest tenured member of this band is the drummer. Is this still Yes? 

I attended this show with my wife and friend, who flew in from Texas to attend, as he has with past Yesshows. The venue is actually a large field in the foothills of the Denver metro area that appeared to be largely attended by members of the Gardens - by the time the show ended at 9:00 (!), most of the crowd had already vacated! Toto went on first, and they actually played a bit longer than Yes - which was a huge disappointment to me; this is easily the shortest Yesshow that 

I've seen. Plus, the sun was right in our faces for the entirety of Toto's performance - fortunately, the sun was going down when Yes took the stage shortly after 7:30. 

The tribute to Chris Squire did not really come off at this show, as the sun was still out and there was no video screen, Onward played in a sort of isoloation - most of the crowd did not realize that this was part of the show. This was followed by a shortened version of the Firebird Suite; the first thing I noticed was that Billy wore a long Squire-esque coat for his performance. The opening DKTW worked better in person than it had the other shows I had heard - it's still a weird choice for an opener. In fact, the crowd was obviously restless, as the first five songs were obscurities (to them) - it reminded me that, during Toto's set, they announced at one point 'we're playing something from our new album' and the crowd obviously exhaled in disappointment. To me, Tempus Fugit was the highlight - I've said it before and I'll say it again: if you don't have Jon Anderson in the band, you should emphasize the material that isn't associated with him. I'm jealous that Europe gets the Drama/Fragile tour in Spring 2016. 

The band got tighter as they worked their way through the set - you can feel a palpable sense of relief in the crowd once they get to ISAGP. 

Overall, the setlist is an odd, but, enjoyable bird - at 1 hour, 26 minutes, it feels like a partial performance, but, the music is magical, and there's a certain honor in these guys going on in Chris Squire's stead. Almost like he's there with them in spirit - he knew they'd be going on without him, so, it feels like they're honoring him, even if not explicitly so. 

My wife says this is the least enjoyable Yesshow that she has seen - for her, the best part was that it was short, and we were home at a reasonable hour. For my friend, as long as Steve Howe is there, it's worth seeing and he felt that Steve was on point and played well. To me, I was glad to see it, and will continue to patronage any band that can officially call itself Yes - Alan White sounded much better at this show (to me) than he had in a long time (perhaps he's laying off the sauce, in light of Chris' fate), Billy was fine as the hand picked replacement, Steve was really loud in the mix, but, did not disappoint (too bad we didn't get Clap), Downes is acceptable and Davison is a Jon Anderson clone for whom most of the crowd probably did not notice the difference. 

Not to mention, as I get older, I imagine more and more of the shows I see will likely be playing in similar venues, ending at earlier and earlier times - that's not necessarily bad! 

Except for the tracking, this is the raw recording; there was a whistler behind me that is a bit distracting, and a little audience chatter, but, overall, I'm pleased with how this tape came out.

Van Halen - 2015-08-31 - Cincinnati, OH (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Riverbend Music Center 

Sound Professionals CMC-08s->SP-SB10 (no bass roll-off)->Roland R05-> CoolEditPro->CD Wave->TLH 

Taper: ironchef 

01. Light Up the Sky 
02. Runnin' With the Devil 
03. Romeo Delight 
04. Everybody Wants Some!! 
05. Drop Dead Legs 
06. Feel Your Love Tonight 
07. Somebody Get Me a Doctor 
08. She's the Woman 
09. China Town 
10. I'll Wait 
11. Drum solo 
12. Little Guitars 
13. Dance the Night Away 
14. Beautiful Girls 
15. Women in Love 
16. Hot for Teacher 
17. In a Simple Rhyme -> Growth 
18. "Dirty Movies" 
19. Ice Cream Man 
20. Unchained 
21. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love 
22. Guitar solo 
23. You Really Got Me 
24. Panama 
25. Jump 

Total time: 116:04 

Notes by the taper:
My third show of the tour and my favorite so far. Granted, the setlist is set in stone. We were a few rows behind the soundboard just over to Wolfie's side and had the best sound and sight line. Our seats were a few sections over, but we moved over here instead when I spotted a few rows of empties. The sound was definitely better than where we sat for KWS. So much fun, and off to Deer Creek (Indy) on Wednesday.