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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Guns N' Roses - 1987-10-23 - New York, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)




(DVDfull pro-shot)

Guns N' Roses 
The Ritz, New York, NY 
October 23rd 1987 

Source: Geffen Promo VHS (discovered in 2016) 

Transfer: VHS > Sony SLV-R1000 SVHS > a/v pass-thru > firewire > pc > avi > MPEG2 

Video: 4x3 NTSC / 720x480 / MPEG-2 / 29.9FPS 
Audio: LPCM 2.0 / 48khz / 1536kbps 

Original YouTube post from 2016 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ov4zNwkmo_Y 

01. Welcome To The Jungle (cuts in) 
02. My Michelle 
03. Don't Cry 
04. Rocket Queen 
05. Nightrain 
06. Sweet Child O' Mine 
07. ..Axl talking.. 
08. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
09. Band Introductions 
10. You're Crazy 
11. Paradise City 
12. Reckless Life 
13. Mama Kin 

Notes 
What we have here is a rarity of EPIC proportions! To celebrate the 30th anniversary of this show, here is the classic lineup of Guns N' Roses performing at the Ritz in NYC on 10.23.1987 - nearly 3 months before the well-known MTV-broadcast Ritz gig. This video was unearthed in 2016 by a superfan and sample clips were shared on YouTube. Up until that point, the CBGB 10.30.87 show was the only concert video from any 1987 show that has ever been made public. 

Luckily, I had the good fortune of transferring the original promo VHS to ensure the best possible transfer quality would be achieved. What you are downloading is a fully-authored DVD that includes maxed-out video and audio-bitrates, and full motion menus. Unfortunately, the first four songs plus part of 'Welcome to the Jungle' were not present on the VHS tape. However, that does not detract from the experience of viewing this amazing concert video! 

Teasin' The Ritz 
Never before seen footage! Sure, we're very familiar with the phrase "Guns N' Roses Live at The Ritz" - but this isn't the footage you're thinking of - this is unreleased, never before seen, straight from a Geffen VHS, just three months after the release of their monumental debut album Appetite For Destruction, days before the infamous CBGB's Acoustic show (Which, until now, was thought to be the only known 1987 show to exist in video, sans rumors of a fan filmed August 1987 show in Toronto). The full footage will see the light of day some day, but to quote one himself "You'll see it, I'm just not sure if soon is the word" - though, I will entertain offers for trade for something of equal value within the GNR bootleg community. 

The tapes contains a clip of Jungle, and fulls songs from My Michelle through Mama Kin. Footage is one hour in running time and was transferred directly from Geffen VHS via Ion Audio's Video 2 PC capture device. All cheesy, 80's High School AV club editing was all the rage in those daze and was done by Geffen, hahah.

Marc Almond - 2008-10-02 - Moscow, Russia (DVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST


(DVDfull aud-shot)

Teatr Estradi

Good audience recording 
with lots of close-ups, 
no menu or chapters. 

01. I Have Lived 
02. My Hand Over My Heart 
03. Redeem Me 
04. Tears Run Rings 
05. The Idol 
06. The Days Of Pearly Spencer 
07. Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart 
08. A Lover Spurned 
09. The Storks 
10. Just One Chance 
11. Heart On Snow 
12. Tenderness 
13. The Begger 
14. If You Go Away 
15. Amsterdam 
16. Child Star 
17. Ruby Red 
18. Torch 
19. Bedsitter 
20. Down In The Subway 
21. I Close My Eyes And Count To Ten 
22. My Matryoshki 
23. Tainted Love 
24. What 
25. Say Hello, Wave Goodbye 
26. Time To Joy

Monday, October 23, 2017

Paradise Lost - 1999-08-22 - Cologne, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

BIZARRE FESTIVAL

LINEAGE: 
VHS LOW GEN? > SONY DVD RECORDER > PC

Video Attributes:
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 625/50 (PAL)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: Only Pan&scan
Source picture resolution: 720x576 (625/50)
Frame Rate: 25.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Bitrate: 6.32Mbps

Audio Attributes: 
Audio Coding mode: Dolby Digital
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not specified
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 256 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1

01 - Say Just Words
02 - So Much Is Lost
03 - True Belief
04 - In All Honesty
05 - Mercy
06 - Nothing Sacred
07 - Forever Failure
08 - One Second
09 - Dissapear
10 - Permanent Solution
11 - Soul Corageous
12 - Behind The Grey
13 - Made The Same
14 - As I Die
15 - This Cold Life

Running time: 01:02:14


Rory Gallagher - 1979-05-15 - Middlesex, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Middlesex Polytechnic
15th May 1979? or 1st December 1979?
BBC's Rock Goes to College series.

BBC Radio FM broadcast-Sightly different setlist from the TV broadcast,and longer.

Lineage:
FM>Cassette master>wav capture,track markers and burned to cdr using Magix audio cleaner>accuraterip to Flac level 8.
Md5 checksums generated by Traders little helper.

01 - Country Mile
02 - Shin Kicker
03 - The Mississippi Sheiks
04 - Do You read Me?
05 - Brute Force And Ignorance
06 - Tattoo'd Lady
07 - Shadow Play
08 - Cruise On Out
09 - Bullfrog Blues

Setlist: 56:33

Rory Gallagher - 1987-11-12 - Galeen, Holland (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rory Gallagher Group; May 1981 - 1991:
Rory Gallagher - guitar, vocals
Gerry McAvoy - bass
Brendan O'Neill - drums
Mark Feltham - harmonica

Taper, Taping Equipment, Trade: ??unknown??
Transfer: JSurmont (France), THX!!! of/from JAJ's (roryglzep) analog tape.
Source: FM ??unknown Gens??> (??unknown transfer equipment??) Trade CDR> (wav) 2012 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: ex-

01 - (cuts in) Don't Start Me To Talkin'
02 - When My Baby, She Left Me
03 - Out On The Western Plain
04 - Walkin' Blues
05 - Pistol Slapper Blues> Keep Your Hands Off Her
06 - Messin' With The Kid
07 - Bullfrog Blues>
08 - All Around Man>
09 - Nadine

51:25 minutes

Rory Gallagher - 1975-10-31 - Sausalito, CA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage: 
CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC 

Rory Gallagher: Vocals,Guitars 
Gerry McAvoy: bass 
Lou Martin: keyboards 
Rod de'Ath: drums 

01 Let Me In 
02 I Take What I want 
03 Ain't Too Good 
04 Souped Up Ford 
05 All Around Man 
06 Tattoo'd Lady 
07 Cradle Rock 
08 Bought & Sold 
09 Lost At Sea 

Rory Gallagher - 1984-09-01 - Tegelen, NL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Rory Gallagher - guitar, vocals
Gerry McAvoy - bass
Brendan O'Neill - drums
Mark Feltham (guesting) - harmonica

Taper, Taping Equipment, & Transfer: ??unknown??
Quality: EX "SBD/FM"
Source: SBD/FM ??unknown gen?? Trade CDR> (wav) 2005 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Flac Frontend level 8 (align on secture boundaries)
Length: 24 tracks = 165:52 minutes
NOTE: I have not altered or remastered this recordings in any way. This is exactly how I received it years ago, on CDR.
Artwork: included, please use only as reference as track listing does not match, etc.

Disc One (71:25m):
01 - intro, Double Vision
02 - Follow Me
03 - I Wonder Who
04 - My Baby, She Left Me
05 - Mississippi Sheiks
06 - Drinkin' Down The Bourbon
07 - Off The Handle
08 - Walkin' Blues (end cut)

Disc Two (67:32m):
01 - (cuts in) I'm Leavin'
02 - Out On The Western Plain
03 - As The Crow Flies
04 - Big Guns (7:30m; heavily edited, see original, complete version below)>
05 - Bring It On Home>
06 - Tore Down>
07 - Knock On Wood
08 - Shadow Play>
09 - Jamming Improv>
10 - Gerry McAvoy Bass Jam>
11 - Bad Penny
12 - (audience)

Disc Three (26:54m):
01 - Shinkicker>
02 - Blues Improv (I've Been Lovin' You Too Long>, Jam>, Walkin' The Dog>, Little Queenie>, etc. (cut))
03 - Mr. Pitiful
04 - Big Guns (8:49m; unedited original for completeness; "commonly or previously" circulated version)

Notes:
a - Additional "Big Guns" track note: These two versions are very similar & are hard to tell the difference, at times. I'm leaving the edited notes on the tracks, as I received them that way.
b - Oh, did I mention that you do not want to miss downloading this? Actually I prefer a well balanced & recorded audience source. I feel it just gives a better atmosphere to the recording. Some SBD recordings are too raw & not mixed that well. This SBD recording is clean & mixed well. I also prefer Rory's era with the De'Ath & Martin line-up, along with the energy of the band from then, so I'm a bit biased at time .... but to me, Rory is Rory!!

Rory Gallagher - 1987-11-12 - Geleen, NL (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Rory Gallagher: Guitars/Vocals
Gerry McAvoy: Bass
Brendan O'Neill: Drums
Mark Feltham: Harmonica

01 - Walkin' Blues (6:14)
02 - Pistol Slapper Blues (5:08)
03 - Messin' With The Kid (5:51)
04 - Out On The Western Plain (5:48)
05 - Don't Start Me Talkin' (4:30)
06 - When my Baby She Left Me (7:53)
07 - Bullfrog Blues (6:36)
08 - All Around Man (6:21)
09 - Nadine (3:06)

Playlist length:
51 minutes 27 seconds

Peter Gabriel - 2005-06-11 - Tromsoe, Norway (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

46664 Concert

Broadcast on Norwegian TV (NRK1 and NRK2) as a live broadcast, then rebroadcast the following day (first half only) and again on June 26th as an edited highlights show.

01. Intro
02. Washing of the Water
03. Father, Son
04. Nelson Mandela Speech
05. The Feeling Begins (With Jivan Gasparyan And Brian May)
06. Asimbonanga (With Johnny Clegg And The All-Star Chorus)
07. Interview with Per Sundnes

Various DVD+RW recordings from all three broadcasts.

Bonus Features:
"Youssou N'Dour and Friends" - Arena, Geneva,
Switzerland, 8th October 2005

01. Don't Give Up (With Anggun)
02. In Your Eyes (With Youssou N'Dour)
03. Biko (With Youssou N'Dour)

Direct DVD recording from French TV broadcast.

Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony - Torino, 10th
February 2006

01. Imagine

Direct DVD recording from TV broadcast redubbed with
audio from Dutch TV broadcast


Video:
PAL MPEG-2 8000kbps

Audio:
LPCM Stereo


Credits:
Sources - Wender Figved, "Plisken", La Tortue, Willem Beens
DVD authoring and editing - Willem Beens
Artwork - Johan and Helena Acolyte

Notes by the trader:
The main feature on this DVD is all of Peter's appearances from Nelson Mandela's 46664 Arctic concert which took place in Tromsoe, Norway on the 11th of June 2005. Digitally recorded by Wender Figved directly from broadcast, this one took some piecing together! Various parts were broadcast at different times and recorded to different DVD recorders so there was lots for Willem to do here putting it all back
together and redubbing the sound from the best possible sources.

The results are well worth the wait! A couple of Peter's best solo piano renditions of classic songs, framed by the beautiful Arctic  kyline, plus two guest appearances on other artists' sets, including a storming version of 'The Feeling Begins' from the 'Passion' album with Brian May from Queen on guitar. There's also a speech from Nelson Mandela and an interview with the great man himself (Peter that
is...!)

To round off the disc we have some more of what Peter's been up to since his last proper tour - first up are three songs from Youssou N'Dour's "Youssou and Friends" concert in Geneva on October 8th, 2005, which represent Peter's entire contribution to the show.

And last but not least, Peter's 'interesting' version of Imagine from this year's Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Torino on the 10th of February. I think a lot of you might have seen this already but all versions so far have had some TV presenter commentary over the opening of the song - lucky for us Willem was on hand to record the Dutch broadcast which left the audio intact!



Rory Gallagher - 1972-05-22 - Germersheim, DE (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rory Gallagher
1972-05-22
Insel Gruen, Germersheim, Germany

Lineage:
FM -1st Gen. Reel./Aud. 1st.Gen. Cass> Nak. ZX7 Cass.Deck> Pioneer PDR05 CDrecorder> Eac> flac> (Nero) 2006 burned to audio disc/Trade CDR> (wav) 2013 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)

May 22, 1972 (FM - "1st Gen" - with fill, offered as "Doc's Diary Vol.2: 1st. Gen. FM & More" - 72 Total Minutes Long) 1972 & 1973 FM & AUD

Artwork: included, was made & posted in comments section when Doc originally made this great offer.

Length: 16 tracks = 71:39 minutes

Rory Gallagher .... Doc´s Diary Vol.2: 1st. Gen. FM & More!
2nd British Rockmeeting; Germersheim, Insel Grün,

Hey everybody, here´s something for Rock- and Bluesfans!
This is Rory Gallagher´s performance from the 2nd British Rockmeeting in Germersheim, Insel Grün, Germany(near Heidelberg), plus some very nice short cuts (everything I have included), recorded early 70´s in Germany! This is my first Rory Gallagher compilation!

Amoung the more than 40 acts on this 2nd British Rockmeeting in southern Germany, were Pink Floyd, Wishbone Ash, Uriah Heep, Humble Pie, Kinks, Family and many more (see Festival Poster in the Attachment file)!
The Bands played from Friday May 20th to Monday May 22nd 1972!
Rory played Monday afternoon, his set was, beside Lindisfarne, the only set broadcasted!(incomplete, ca. 40 mins)

People from other countries hardly could imagine, how popular Rory was here in the earlyer 70´s.......... I saw him there for the first time, and he really did a great and intense performance! He was so good, we couldn t hardly wait for his next show, scheduled for autum 1972!
He was the only artist to give 3 encores in Germersheim....

I added 5 tracks he played live acc., in a german FM Radio studio, plus 3 tracks from a really superp "AUD" tape recorded in Ludwigsburg 3/72! (recorded by taper "U",one of the best tapers I found here, for

Germersheim 1972-05-22 FM Mono Broadcast 1st Gen.
1 Radio Intro
2 Used to be
3 The Hoodooh Woman is gonna hoodooh the Hoodooh Man
4 Don´t know where I´m going solo acc./harp
5 Going to my hometown (Rory on Mandolin)

Encore
6 Bullfrogg Blues
7 Laundramat /voice over interview/cuts

HR2 FM, Apropop 1973: Rory live in Radio studio w/acoustic guitar 1st. Gen. Fm
8 Gypsy Woman
9 The Cockoo
10 Pistol Slapper Blues

HR2 FM, Apropop 1/72:Rory live in Radio studio w/acoustic guitar 1st. Gen. Fm
11 Banker´s Blues
12 The Hoodooh Woman is gonna hoodooh the Hoodooh Man
13 The unmilitary Twostep (Instr.)

Ludwigsburg, Scala Kino 3/72 superp Aud. 1st. Gen (from Taper"U")
14 The Hoodooh Woman is gonna hoodooh the Hoodooh Man
15 I´m tore down
16 Pistol Slapper Blues

Rory Gallgher: voc., guit.,mandolin
Willgar Campbell: drums
Gerry McAvoy: bass

Quality is very nice Mono FM & superp Mono audience, but you can´t compare early 70´s taping with today´s technologies!

Time: 71:39 minutes

Enjoy this great piece of histoy! Enjoy!!

I'm proud to say that I attented this festival as a fifteen year old boy! It´s unbelievabale, but the organizers had to change the area for the festival several times in the last moments and one possible area was just 3 km from the small town I grew up! Since my mother saw no way to keep me away from something like that in the neighbourhood, she was prepaired enough to let me go another 20 km, finally!

Rory Gallagher - 1991-03-24 - Cleveland, OH (FM/FLAC)


(WMMS Broadcast FLAC)

Rory Gallagher - guitar, vocals
Gerry McAvoy - bass
Brendan O'Neill - drums
Mark Feltham - harmonica

Taper , Taping Equipment, Transfer, & Trade: ??unknown??

Source:
Liberated Bootleg "On The Western Plains", TMOQ label #TMOQ-0017

Lineage:
"FM/SBD"> Trade CDR> (wav) 2008 DAE with EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on secture boundaries)

Disc One (12 tracks = 67:12 minutes):
01 - DJ show intro, tuning, Continental Op, band intros
02 - Moonchild
03 - Don't Start Me Talkin'
04 - Mark Feltham intro'd, I Wonder Who
05 - The Loop
06 - Tattoo'd Lady
07 - Bad Penny
08 - Shinkicker
09 - Off The Handle
10 - Heaven's Gate
11 - Kid Gloves
12 - Ghost Blues

Disc Two (8 tracks = 46:21 minutes):
01 - A Million Miles Away
02 - Laundromat
03 - Going Down To Eli's, She Moved To The Fayre>
04 - Out On The Western Plain
05 - Walkin' Blues
06 - Empire State Express
07 - Shadow Play, band intros
08 - Messin' With The Kid

Encores:
** (MISSING) Tumblin' Dice> Bullfrog Blues> The Boys Are Back In Town> All Around Man> Souped-Up Ford> Be My Guest Tonight (MISSING)

Length: 20 tracks = 113:34 minutes

Rory Gallagher - 1976-02-08 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live at The Bottom Line,

Excellent FM broadcast...includes the rarely played "Ain't Too Good"

Lineage:
cd from trade>EAC>.WAV>Traders Little Helper>FLAC

Rory Gallagher - guitars/vocals
Gerry McAvoy - Bass
Rod De'Ath - Drums
Lou Martin - keyboards

01. I Take What I Want
02. Messin' With The Kid
03. Too Much Alcohol
04. Out On The Western Plain
05. Ain't Too Good
06. Walk On Hot Coals
07. Tattoo'd Lady
08. Bullfrog Blues (cut)

Rory Gallagher - 1972-09-XX - San Diego, CA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Funky Headquarters

Rory Gallagher - guitar, vocals 
Lou Martin - keyboards 
Gerry McAvoy - bass 
Rod de'Ath - drums 

Quality: vg+/ex- SBD 
Source: SBD> trade ??unknown generations?? cassette tape> CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries) 
Artwork, Transfer, & Mastering: The Cheeb (USA) from JAJ's tape. Thank you!! (Funky Headquarters - September 1972 boot CDR, The Cheeb artwork) 
(Cheebs artwork contains pictures (as artwork) from the 7/20/72 concert/performance) 

Disc 1 (70:14m): 
01 Used To Be 
02 I Should've Learnt My Lesson 
03 When you'll Be Mine 
04 Goin' To My Hometown 
05 In Your Town 
06 Bullfrog Blues 

The Who - 2000-08-22 - Marysville, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre

lineage
Unknown Gen CDR > EAC > FLAC

Disc one (75:15):
(1) Can't Explain (2:52)
(2) Substitute (4:32)
(3) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (9:43)
(4) I Don't Even Know Myself (5:42)
(5) My Wife (7:16)
(6) Baba O'Riley (6:32)
(7) Bargain (6:23)
(8) Getting In Tune (6:42)
(9) The Kids Are Alright (7:32)
(10) I'm One (3:16)
(11) Pinball Wizard (3:57)
(12) The Real Me (6:55)
(13) Behind Blue Eyes (3:46)

Disc two (78:52):
(1) You Better You Bet (8:36)
(2) Who Are You (8:04)
(3) 5:15 (14:02)
(4) Won't Get Fooled Again (12:45)
(5) Naked Eye (10:58)
(6) Let's See Action (7:56)
(7) My Generation (16:28)

Artwork, ffp signature, and md5 signature file are included.

Comments
Another excellent recording from the 2000 tour. Lots of great banter and a very solid performance on this one, and the quality is awesome!

Additional comments (2013):
This one is a great-sounding complete soundboard from their triumphant 2000 tour. If only this tour had signaled the beginning of another long run at the top; after John Entwistle's unfortunate demise in late 2002, this string of shows leaves us with just a tease of what could have been. Great performance all around, and a great setlist. This one is complete and documents the band at top form. Well worth having even for a casual fan.

Rory Gallagher - 1976-11-18 - Los Angeles, CA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Shrine Auditorium

with filler from 
1974-04-04
Civic Centre, San Diego, CA 

- Liberated Bootleg "L.A Moonchild" Breakdown Label

lineage
FM > ? > CD > WAV > ? > FLAC

Excellent Sound, both recordings are from FM broadcasts

Rory Gallagher - Guitars/Vocals
Gerry McAvoy - Bass
Lou Martin - Piano/Keyboards
Rod De'Ath - Pots & Pans

Disc 1 (L.A. 1976):
1. Introduction
2. Moonchild
3. Secret Agent
4. Calling Card
5. I Take What I Want/Watch Your Step
6. Bought & Sold
7. Out On The Western Plain
8. Do You Read Me
9. Souped Up Ford/Want-Ad Blues

Disc 2 (San Diego 1974):
1. Hands Off
2. Bullfrog Blues
3. Early In The Morning
4. A Million Miles Away
5. In Your Town (cut)

Comments:
I don't think Rory ever played Watch Your Step except for this (not recorded anyway) also includes Want Ad Blues which Rory didn't usually perform until the late 80's/early 90's
Rory really let's rip on Early In The Morning, his solo is out of this world.

Rory Gallagher - 1974-08-xx - Atlanta, CA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rory Gallagher .... August 1974
Electric Ballroom, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

June 1972 - May 1978:
Rory Gallagher - guitar, vocals
Lou Martin - keyboards
Gerry McAvoy - bass
Rod de'Ath - drums

Taper, & Taper Equipment: ??unknown??, but many THX!!! 
Source: FM> trade cassettes(?unknown.gen?)> CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Flac Frontend level 8 (align on secture boundaries)
Artwork: Ebby artwork (Japan), Thank You!! Also some alternate artwork found on internet.
Transfers: sorry, but I can not remember. I apologize, but Thank You!!
NOTE: I have not altered or mastered these recordings in any way. These are exactly how I received them years ago, on analog tapes.
Quality: ex- fm

01 Messin' With The Kid
02 Cradle Rock
03 I Wonder Who
04 Hands Off
05 Tattoo'd Lady
06 Walk On Hot Coals
07 A Million Miles Away
08 Laundromat
09 (show outro stuff)

Length: 9 tracks = 65:34 minutes

Foo Fighters - 2011-06-13 - Landgraaf, NL (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

live @ Pinkpop Festival 2011.

DVBroadcast(vpro)>Thomson DC/62UPC>Scart>Philips DVDR3600>DVD>PC
Additional authoring: TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 (menu/chapters)

Video: PAL 25 fps, I/L TFF, 16:9 (720 x 576), MPEG2  9125-9216 kbps
Audio: AC3 CBR, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)

Dave Grohl — vocals, guitar
Nate Mendel — bass
Taylor Hawkins — drums, percussion, vocals
Chris Shiflett — guitar
Pat Smear — guitar
Rami Jaffee - keyboards

DVD 1:
01 - Bridge Burning
02 - Rope
03 - The Pretender
04 - My Hero
05 - Learn to Fly
06 - White Limo
07 - Arlandria
08 - Breakout
09 - Cold Day in the Sun
10 - Stacked Actors
11 - Walk

Total run time: 00:59:09

DVD 2:
01 - Monkey Wrench
02 - Let It Die
03 - Generator
04 - Times Like These
05 - Young Man Blues
06 - Best of You
07 - This is a Call
08 - All My Life
09 - Skin and Bones
10 - Tie Your Mother Down
11 - Everlong

Total run time: 00:59:36

Notes: vpro/cultura24/live logo, strobing, 2x DVD5. Recorded/authored by jabulon. Uploaded @ DaD by brotherawest (a.k.a. jabulon) June 2011.

Due to the length (and quality) of this concert I have decided to put this on two regular DVD5's instead of a DVD9 [or worse to crop all of this onto one DVD5].



Rory Gallagher - 1982-05-28 - Glasgow, Scotland (FM/FLAC)

  

 
(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage:
Cd>Eac>Tlh

Rory Gallagher - Guitar & Vocals
Gerry Mcavoy - Bass
Brendan O'Neill - Drums

Disc One
01 Radio Announcement
02 Bourbon
03 Bad Penny
04 Follow Me
05 What In The World
06 Big Guns
07 Brute Force And Ignorance
08 Double Vision
09 Moonchild
10 Out On The Western Plain
11 Philby

Disc Two
01 Tattoo'D Lady
02 Ride On Red
03 Jinx
04 The Devil Made Me Do It
05 Wayward Child
06 Nothin'But The Devil
07 Shadow Play
08 Shinkicker
09 Last Of The Independants
10 Bullfrog Blues
11 Secret Agent
12 When My Baby She Left Me

Notes:
Great Recording Of Rory Supporting The 'Jinx' Album At The Legendary Glasgow Venue. Many Thanks To Anyone Who Has Shared Any Other Rory Gallagher Live Recordings, He Is A Legend And So Are You!

Rory Gallagher - 1979-09-20 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM Off-air Master FLAC)

The Venue
Broadcast late 1979, event date 20 September 1979

Recording Lineage
FM off-air (original broadcast) -> Revox B77 reel-to-reel @ 7.5ips (Memorex tape)

Playback / Encoding lineage
Revox B77 reel-to-reel -> Alesis Masterlink @ 44.1kHz, 16-bit (track splits, level adj. & fades) -> CDR -> EAC to .wav -> TLH to .flac

Rory Gallagher - Guitars, Vocals
Gerry McAvoy - Bass
Ted McKenna - Drums

01 DJ Intro by Alan Black
02 Shin Kicker
03 Last of the Independents
04 Key Chain
05 Bought and Sold
06 Wayward Child
07 Mississippi Sheiks
08 Out on the Western Plain
09 As the Crow Flies
10 Do You Read Me?
11 Philby
12 Hellcat
13 Cruise On Out (Removed)

Notes
'Cruise on Out' is available on 'BBC Sessions' cat. no. CAPO 701, and was removed for this reason. You've got 3 seconds of it at full level, then a 5 second fade. I'll leave you to patch it to the official track with whatever tools you have available.

Rainbow - 1980-01-22 - Hannover, DE (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Venue: Eilenriederhall
Bootleg Title: Down In The Groove

Source:
Released CD-R -> EAC -> Flac

Sound Quality : very good sound quality

Ritchie Blackmore - Guitar
Cozy Powell - Drums
Roger Glover - Bass
Don Airey - Keyboards
Graham Bonnet - Vocals

Disc 1:
01.Land Of Hope And Glory
02.Over The Rainbow
03.Eyes Of The World
04.Love's No Friend
05.Since You Been Gone
06.Over The Rainbow
07.All Night Long
08.Catch The Rainbow

Disc 2:
01.Don Airey Keyboards Solo
02.Lost In Hollywood
03.Ode To Joy
04.Don Airey Keyboards Solo
05.Cozy Powell Drums Solo
06.Lost In Hollywood
07.Lazy
08.Man On The Silver Mountain
09.Blues
10.Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - Long Live Rock'n'Roll
11.Kill The King - Long Live Rock'n'Roll

The Cure - 2004-10-15 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)

(FM brodcast FLAC)

"Black Sessions"
Studio 105, Maison de la Radio, Paris, France
Recording date : October 15, 2004
First broadcast : December 6, 2004

Lineage
Digital broadcast (cable) > SoundBlaster Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Pro > Goldwave > WAV > Flac Frontend > Flac

01 - Plainsong
02 - High
03 - A Night Like This
04 - The End of the World
05 - Charlotte Sometimes
06 - Lovesong
07 - Taking Off
08 - Primary
09 - Jupiter Crash
10 - Closedown
11 - Before Three
12 - From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
13 - A Strange Day
14 - Disintegration
15 - If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
16 - The Kiss

Session notes
Twice a month, French radio France Inter broadcasts the "Black Sessions". Hosted by Bernard Lenoir, who should be considered as the French equivalent of John Peel (RIP), this show features live sessions by new or famous rock and pop bands. Lenoir, who has followed The Cure's career since their early days, has never managed to get the band into his show for various reasons, mostly scheduling incompatibilities. Twelve years after the very first "Black Sessions", The Cure finally manages to play for this respected show. The band played 18 songs during this 90-minute session. Two of them, "Us or them" and "Alt.end" didn't make it to the broadcast. There were introduction and conclusion comments (in French) by Bernard Lenoir, but I had to cut them to fit the show onto a single 80-minute CD. NO music has been cut. Lenoir also adds some comments between some of the tracks, but has enough taste to stop right before the next track begins.

Technical notes
Even though I own a sound card that is 24-bit-capable, I'm not familiar with that kind of recording. I decided to try to do my best with 16-bit recording and an all-digital lineup. France Inter, the radio which provides the Black Sessions, broadcasts (among other means) over digital cable. So I used a Toslink cable to link the digital output of my cable box to the Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Pro inside my PC. I recorded the tracks onto my hard drive and edited them with Goldwave, which is the software I'm the most comfortable with for audio. Files were Flac'ed using the Flac Frontend.

WARNING
At 1:38 during Before Three, you'll hear 4 beeps. Every hour France Inter sends these beeps over the air, whatever the broadcast is (talk show, ads, music...). I don't think there is a way of removing them nicely, without tampering with the music. I hope you won't be too annoyed by these parasite sounds.

Billy Joel - 1978-03-15 - Bremen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Musikladen
Radio Bremen TV Studios

DVD Format:  Standard Definition
Video Format: PAL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Size: 720x576
Broadcast Date: Not Sure Of The Original Date
Concert Date:  3/15/78
Taped: Stereo Cable TV Broadcast>VHS>DVD
Length: About 45 mins.
File Size: 1.41 GB

Billy Joel - vocals, piano
Richie Cannata - sax, flute, keyboards
Doug Stegmeyer - bass
Russel Javors - guitar
Liberty Devitto - drums

01 - Miami 2017
02 - Somewhere along the line
03 - New York State Of Mind
04 - Travelin' Prayer
05 - Just The Way You Are
06 - Root Beer Rag
07 - She's Always A Woman
08 - Only The Good Die Young
09 - Say Goodbye To Holywood
10 - Souvenir



Inxs - 1983-08-05 - Valencia, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

NTSC
Dolby AC3 2ch 48 kbps
Running time: 1:01:27
Includes menus and chapters

01 - Intro - Prehistoria
02 - Soul Mistake
03 - Here Comes
04 - Jan's Song
05 - To Look At You
06 - Roller Skating
07 - Old World New World
08 - Just Keep Walking
09 - In Vain
10 - The One Thing
11 - Spy of Love
12 - The Loved One
13 - Black & White
14 - Don't Change
15 - Golden Playpen
16 - Stay Young


The Who - 1989-09-03 - Dallas, TX (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Westwood One Presents

THE WHO
Live from the Cotton Bowl

Source:
KLSX-FM > Phillips 6311 tuner > Mitsubishi U-55 VHS Hi-Fi

Transfer:
Mitsubishi HS U-650 > Sony DTS 690 @ 16-48 (safety copy)

Flac:
Otari DTR 8S > Korg MN2000-s @ 16-48 > Audacity (clean up) > Audiogate (16-44) > CD Wav > Audacity (additional "ticks" repaired) > TLH (Flac level 8 and re-align sector boundaries) > Stamp ID3 tag editor

Roger Daltrey: Vocals, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar
John Entwistle: Bass, Vocals
Pete Townshend: Acoustic, Lead & Rhythm Electric Guitars

additional musicians
John "Rabbit Bundrick: Keyboards
Steve "Boltz" Bolton: Guitar
Jody Linscott: Percussion
Simon Phillips: Drums
Simon Clarke, Simon Gardner, Roddy Lorimer, Tim Saunders, Neil Sidwell,
Chyna, Billy Nichols, Cleveland Watkiss: Vocals

disc 1
01. Show Introduction and Pre-concert (edited to minimize D.J. chatter)
02. I Can't Explain
03. Substitute
04. I Can See For Miles
05. Amazing Journey >
06. Sparks >
07. Pinball Wizard >
08. We're Not Gonna Take It
09. Baba O'Riley (w/ Westwood One ID)
10. Eminence Front
11. Face The Face
12. I'm A Man
13. Boris The Spider
[63:31]

disc 2
01. Magic Bus (a couple of instances of microphone thumps seem to be from stage issues)
02. 5:15
03. Love, Reign O'er Me
04. Rough Boys (w/ Westwood One ID)
05. Join Together
06. You Better You Bet
07. Behind Blue Eyes
08. Won't Get Fooled Again
(encore call edited to minimize D.J. chatter)
09. The Real Me
10. Hey Joe
11. Born On The Bayou
12. Who Are You
13. Closing credits
[73:11]

total time
[2hr 16 min 42 sec]

XTC - 1977-08-13 - Liverpool, UK (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Linegae:
FLAC > WAV > MAGIX music studio generation 6 deLuxe > WAV > FLAC

01 Radios In Motion
02 X Wires
03 Let's Have Fun
04 Fireball XL5
05 Science Friction
06 I'm Bugged
07 New Town Animal
08 Hang On To The Night
09 All Along The Watchtower
10 She's So Square

The Who - 1989-09-03 - Dallas, TX (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Cotton Bowl

"Last show of US Tour"

Lineage:
FM > Cassette > CD Wave Editor > Cool Edit Pro (volume, fades) > CD Wave Editor > FLAC


Roger Daltrey: Vocals, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar
John Entwistle: Bass, Vocals
Pete Townshend: Acoustic, Lead & Rhythm Electric Guitars
John "Rabbit Bundrick: Keyboards
Steve "Boltz" Bolton: Guitar
Jody Linscott: Percussion
Simon Phillips: Drums
Chyna, Billy Nichols, Cleveland Watkiss: Vocals
Simon Clarke, Simon Gardner, Roddy Lorimer, Tim Saunders, Neil Sidwell: Kick H

DISC ONE (66:53)
01-I Can't Explain
02-Substitute
03-I Can See For Miles
04-Amazing Journey
05-Sparks
06-Pinball Wizard
07-We're Not Gonna Take It
08-Baba O'Riley
09-Eminence Front
10-Face The Face
11-I'm A Man
12-Boris The Spider
13-Magic Bus

DISC TWO (66:02)
01-5:15
02-Love, Reign O'er Me
03-Rough Boys
04-Join Together
05-You Better You Bet
06-Behind Blue Eyes
07-Won't Get Fooled Again
08-The Real Me
09-Hey Joe
10-Born On The Bayou
11-Who Are You

From Wikipedia:
Three shows on the tour including this one featured slightly shorter set lists: the 27 June show at Radio City Music Hall in New York was shortened due to the live radio broadcast, while the last two shows of the tour in Houston and Dallas on 2 and 3 September featured The Fabulous Thunderbirds as the opening act (the Dallas show was also broadcast live).