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

mercoledì 30 settembre 2020

Bruce Springsteen - 1971-1972 - The Demo Tapes (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

01. Street Queen 
02. Southern Son 
03. Henry Boy 
04. If I Was The Priest 
05. Vibes Man 
06. Song to Orphans 
07. She's Leaving 
08. The Song 
09. Arabian Night 
10. Cowboys of the Sea 

Limited Edition No. 435 of this vinyl boot, exc. condition, transferred to digital using Technics SL-1200 MK2 "Wheel of Steel" turntable to NAD PP4

The Beatles - 1967 - Magical Mystery Tour Recording Sessions Reconstructed (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Lineage: 
SILVER -> EAC SECURE -> WAV -> FLAC FRONTEND 5 -> FLAC

The Magical Mystery Tour Recording Sessions Reconstructed 
Outtakes and Outfakes

Disc 1

Apr 25th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-3:45am
01. Magical Mystery Tour (Coach sound effect)
02. Magical Mystery Tour (Take 3)

Apr 26th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-2:00a
03. Magical Mystery Tour (SI onto take 8)

Apr 27th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-12:45am 
04. Magical Mystery Tour (SI onto take 9)
05. Magical Mystery Tour (Mono mix RM4)

May 3rd 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-12:15am 
06. Magical Mystery Tour (SI onto take 9)

May 4th 1967 – Studio Three (control room only), 7:00-11:15pm 
07. Magical Mystery Tour (Mono mix RM7)

May 11th 1967 – Studio One at Olympic Sound, 9:00pm-3:00am 
08. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (Take 12)
09. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (SI onto take 12)
10. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (SI onto take 12)
11. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (SI onto take 2 from take 12)
12. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (SI onto take 2 from take 12)
13. Baby You’Re A Rich Man (Mono mix RM1)

May 12th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-12:30 
14. All Together Now (Take 9)
15. All Together Now (SI onto take 9)
16. All Together Now (SI onto take 9)
17. All Together Now (Mono mix)

May 17th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-2:30am 
18. You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) (Part 1 take 9)

May 25th 1967 – De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, time unknown 
19. It’S All Too Much (Take 4)

May 26th 1967 - De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, time unknown
20. It’S All Too Much (SI onto take 2 from take 4)

June 2nd 1967 - De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, 8:30pm-2:00am 
21. It’S All Too Much (SI onto take 2 from take 4)

June 9th 1967 – Studio Two (control room only), 7:00-11:00pm 
22. You Know My Name (Look Up the Number) (Parts 1-5)

**************

Disc 2
June 14th 1967 – Studio One, Olympic Sound, time unknown 
01. All You Need Is Love (Take 10)

June 19th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-1:45am 
02. All You Need Is Love (SI onto take 10)

June 21st 1967 – Room 53, 4:30-5:00pm and Studio Three (control room only), 7:00-11:30pm 
03. All You Need Is Love (Rough mono mix sim)

June 23rd 1967 – Studio One, 8:00-11:00pm
04. All You Need Is Love (Takes 34-43 sim)

June 24th 1967 – Studio One, 5:00-8:00pm 
05. All You Need Is Love (Takes 44-47 sim)

June 25th 1967 – Studio One, 2:00pm-1:00am
06. All You Need Is Love (Take 58)
07. All You Need Is Love (SI onto take 58)

June 26th 1967 – Studio Two (control room only), 2:00-5:00pm 
08. All You Need Is Love (Mono mix RM14)

Aug 22nd 1967 – Chappell Recording Studios, time unknown 
09. Your Mother Should Know (Take 8)

Aug 23rd 1967 - Chappell Recording Studios, time unknown 
10. Your Mother Should Know (SI onto take 9)
11. Your Mother Should Know (SI onto take 9)

Sept 5th 1967 – Studio One, 7:00pm-1:00am 
12. I Am The Walrus (Take 7)
13. I Am The Walrus (Take 8)
14. I Am The Walrus (Take 9)
15. I Am The Walrus (Rehearsal)
16. I Am The Walrus (Take 16 + 17)

Sept 6th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:00am 
17. I Am The Walrus (SI onto take 17)
18. I Am The Walrus (SI onto take 17)
19. I Am The Walrus (Mono mix RM4)
20. The Fool On The Hill (Demo)
21. Blue Jay Way (Take 1)

Sept 7th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:15am 
22. Blue Jay Way (SI onto take 2)
23. Blue Jay Way (SI onto take 3)

Sept 8th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-2:45am 
24. Flying (Take 6)
25. Flying (SI onto take 8)
26. Flying (Mono mix RM4)

**************

Disc 3
Sept 16th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-3:45am 
01. Your Mother Should Know (Take 27)
02. Blue Jay Way (RM1)

Sept 25th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:00am 
03. The Fool On The Hill (Take 3 + 4)
04. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 4)
05. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 4)
06. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 4)

Sept 26th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-4:15am 
07. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 5)
08. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 6)

Sept 27th 1967 – Studio One, 2:30-5:30pm 
09. I Am The Walrus (Take 20)

Sept 27th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:30am 
10. I Am The Walrus (SI onto take 25)

Sept 28th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:00am 
11. Flying (SI onto take 8)
12. Flying (Take 8 + overdub takes 1-5)
13. Flying (Mono mix RM6)

Sept 29th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-5:00am 
14. I Am The Walrus (RM23)
15. King Lear
16. Your Mother Should Know (SI onto take 52)
17. Your Mother Should Know (SI onto take 52)
18. Your Mother Should Know (RM20 simulated)

Oct 2nd 1967 – Studio Two, 10:00pm-2:30am 
19. Your Mother Should Know (Mono mix RM25)
20. Hello Goodbye (Take 1)
21. Hello Goodbye (Take 14)

**************

Disc 4
Oct 6th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00-12:00pm 
01. Blue Jay Way (SI onto take 3)

Oct 12th 1967 – De Lane Lea Music, 2:30-8:00pm 
02. It’s All Too Much (Mono mix)

Oct 19th 1967 – Studio One, 7:00pm-3:30am 
03. Hello Goodbye (SI onto take 16)
04. Hello Goodbye (SI onto take 16)

Oct 20th 1967 – Studio Three, 7:00pm-3:45am 
05. The Fool On The Hill (SI onto take 6)
06. Hello Goodbye (SI onto take 17)

Oct 25th 1967 – Studio Two, 7:00pm-3:00am 
07. The Fool On The Hill (Mono mix RM12)
08. Hello Goodbye (SI onto take 21)

Nov 1st 1967 – Room 53, 10:00am-1:00pm 
09. All You Need Is Love (YS mono mix)
10. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (YS mono mix)

Nov 1st 1967 – Studio Three (control room only), 2:30-6:00pm 
11. The Fool On The Hill (Stereo mix RS5)

Nov 2nd 1967 – Studio Three, 2:30-6:00pm 
12. Hello Goodbye (Mono mix RM6)

Nov 6th 1967 – Studio Three (control room only), 2:30-6:00pm 
13. Hello Goodbye (Stereo mix RS2)
14. Your Mother Should Know (Stereo mix RS2)

Nov 7th 1967 – Studio Two (control room only), 2:30-5:45pm 
15. Flying (Stereo mix RS1)

Nov 7th 1967 – Studio One, 9:00pm-4:30am 
16. Blue Jay Way (Mono mix RM27)
17. Blue Jay Way (Stereo mix RS12)
18. Magical Mystery Tour (Stereo mix RS6)
19. Magical Mystery Tour (Mono mix RM10)

Nov 17th 1967 – Room 53, 10:00am-1:15pm 
20. I Am The Walrus (Stereo mix RS25)

Sources used: Anthology 2 CD, Anthology DVD, Yellow Submarine Songtrack, Magical Mystery Tour CD, Purple Chick MMT Deluxe, MMT '88 Laserdisc, Loveology, Five Point Wonderful, CD Singles & EP sets, The Lost Pepperland Reel

Mono & stereo mixes from EP & CD Singles sets

The Beach Boys - 1960 - Time to Get Alone (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

(Note: This one was uploaded in 2005, but is currently inactive. This isn't the same rip, so I don't think it's technically a reseed. Also, this one has cues and logs; I'm not sure if the older rip also did)

Artist: The Beach Boys
Album: Time to Get Alone
Label: Silver Shadow
Catalog No: CD 9316-2
Country of Origin: Italy
Year of Release: 1993

Lineage:
Original, Pressed Silver Shadow CDs --- > EAC (test+copy, secure) --- > FLAC

Vol.1
01. Help Me Rhonda [B. Wilson] 38:58
02. Mountain of Love [B. Wilson-M. Love] 9:03
03. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away [J. Lennon-P. McCartney] 3:20
04. Ticket To Ride [J. Jennon-P. McCartney] 2:29
05. Student Demonstration Time [Leiber-Stoller] 3:57
06. Laugh At Me [B. Wilson-M. Love] 3:28
07. One Kiss Led To Another [B. Wilson-M. Love] 3:52
08. California Girls [B. Wilson] 2:34
09. I Get Around [B. Wilson] 2:54
10. Little Deuce Coupe [B.Wilson-R.Christian] 2:35

Vol.2
01. I'm So Young [B.Wilson] 2:43
02. Help Me Ronda [B.Wilson] 3:21
03. Good To My Baby-instrumental [B.Wilson-M.Love] 2:28
04. Good To My Baby [B.Wilson-M.Love] 2:30
05. In The Back Of My Mind-instrumental [B.Wilson] 2:19
06. Little Girl I Once Knew [B.Wilson] 3:26
07. Holy Holy [B.Wilson] 2:51
08. Time To Get Alone [B.Wilson] 2:51
09. Wouldn't It Be Nice [B.Wilson-T.Asher] 2:30
10. You Still Believe In Me [B.Wilson-T.Asher] 2:25
11. Hang On To Your Ego [B.Wilson-T.Asher] 3:16
12. Don't Talk - 1 [B.Wilson] 3:09
13. Don't Talk - 2 [B.Wilson] 3:09
14. I'm Waiting For The Day [B.Wilson] 3:05
15. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times [B.Wilson-T.Asher] 3:15
16. Wouldn't It Be Nice-Reprise [B.Wilson-T.Asher] 2:14
17. Outtro [Beach Boys] 2:08
18. Good Vibrations [B.Wilson-M.Love] 14:59
19. Heroes And Villains [B.Wilson-Parks] 7:03


Track 1-1: Help Me Ronda sessions, 1965
Tracks 1-2 to 1-10: Rehearsals, 1965 [Party session tapes]
Tracks 2-1 to 2-7: Demos, 1965
Track 2-8: Demo, 1967
Tracks 2-9 to 2-17: Pet Sounds demos, 1966

All tracks from original analog sources digitally remastered
[P] 1993 Silver Shadow Records
Printed in Italy

AAD

Notes: track 1-5 is "Riot In Cell Block #9"; track 2-7 is "Morning Christmas" by Dennis Wilson, recorded in 1977; track 2-8 has lead vocals by Redwood, which later became Three Dog Night.

REVIEW: Before the Sea Of Tunes label began their landmark series of releases, this two-cd release on the Silver Shadow label was the best-sounding album of early Beach Boys studio outtakes on the market. Covering the period between "Help Me Ronda" (single version) and "Heroes and Villains," the bulk of material is from 1966's Party! album and the Pet Sounds sessions. It begins with the much-talked about 40-minute long "Ronda" sessions in which Brian and Murray have a tempestuous run-in, with Brian in charge of the sessions, and then slowly, his father Murry, who has been invited to sit in with Audree Wilson, slowly begins to take over the session, belittling Brian in front of the other band members, goading him, taunting him, and when Brian, obviously trying to reign in his anger breaks loose, it's the clearest representation of their stormy relationship ever captured, and it's electrifying, and far more illuminating than any other biographical portrait given. Murry is a deadly calm steamroller, crushing Brian under an unending stream of dreary platitudes and goading taunts, and Brian is trying to squirm out from under the crushing patriarchial weight. Then the CD breezes into the light-hearted rehearsals for the Party! album, with Brian trying to urge the less-than-serious band to get to work. There are early versions of "Student Demonstration Time," an unreleased song, "One Kiss Led to Another," and lots of studio chatter. Disc two is a mish mash of various tracks, also in stellar sound, with takes of "Good To My Baby," several tracks from Pet Sounds, and finishes with crystal-clear session takes of "Good Vibrations" and a lengthy seven-plus-minute run on the "Heroes and Villians" track.

David Lee Roth - 1986 - Eat Em And Smile Outtakes (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

David Lee Roth 
Eat Em and Smile Outtakes 
1986 Unreleased Studio Recordings 
MD5, & EAC Logs Included 
Torrent Size: 120MB 

Lineage: 
Y2K Trade CD-R -> EAC [secure] -> WAV -> Trader's Little Helper 2.2.2 (Build 152) -> FLAC Encoding [level8] 

No SBEs and NOT MP3 sourced according to Trader' Little Helper! 

Vocals: David Lee Roth 
Guitars: Steve Vai 
Bass: Billy Sheehan 
Drums: Gregg Bissonette 

[01] Yankee Rose (2:31) 
[02] I'm Easy (2:30) 
[03] Ladie's Nite In Buffalo (4:08) 
[04] Elephant Gun (2:26) 
[05] Big Trouble (4:05) 
[06] Bump And Grind (2:37) 
[07] Jam (1:28) 
[08] David Lee Roth Back In Control Room Take 1 (0:23) 
[09] David Lee Roth Back In Control Room Take 2 (0:48) 

These tracks are drastically different from the official album tracks. 

Bruce Springsteen - Missing tracks vol.1 (STU/FLAC) 4 CDs



(Studio FLAC)

Disc 1 
01 That's What You Get 
02 Baby I 
03 He's Guilty (Send That Boy To Jail) 
04 Goin' Back To Georgia 
05 The Train Song 
06 Ballad Of Jesse James 
07 Jazz Musician 
08 If I Was The Priest 
09 Arabian Night 
10 Two Hearts In True Waltz Time 
11 Street Queen 
12 The Angel 
13 Southern Son 
14 Cowboys Of The Sea 
15 Henry Boy 
16 Vibes Man 

Notes: 
tracks 1&2 - Studio demos (acetate); Mr Music Inn, Bricktown, New Jersey - May 18, 1966. 
tracks 3-5 - Steel Mill studio session; Fillmore Recording Studios, San Francisco, California - February 22, 1970. 
track 6 - studio & location unknown, late '71/early '72; performed as "The Bruce Springsteen Band". 
tracks 7-14 - CBS Audition / Hammond Demos; CBS Studios, New York City, New York - May 3, 1972. 
tracks 15-16 - London Publishing Demos; Media and 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York - June/July 1972. 

Disc 2 
01 Song To Orphans 
02 She's Leaving 
03 The Word (a.k.a. "The Song") 
04 Eloise 
05 Jesse 
06 The Lady And The Doctor 
07 Prodigal Son 
08 Border Guard 
09 Camilla Horn 
10 Hollywood Kids 
11 California You're A Woman (a.k.a. "Family Song") 
12 Evacuation To The West 
13 War Nurse 
14 Marie 
15 Randolph Street (Master Of Electricity) 
16 Visitation At Fort Horne 
17 She's My Westside Angel 

Notes: 
tracks 1, 4-11, 13-16 - Laurel Canyon Music Publishing Demos; Media and 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York - June/July 1972. 
tracks 2&3, 17 - London Publishing Demos; Media and 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York - June/July 1972. 
track 12 - "The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle" studio sessions; 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, New York - July/Aug. 1973. 

Disc 3 
01 Tokyo 
02 Janey Needs A Shooter 
03 Ballad Of A Self-Loading Pistol 
04 Saga Of The Architect Angel 
05 Winter Song 
06 The Fever - DELETED; released on "18 Tracks" 
07 You Mean So Much To Me 
08 Phantoms 
09 Wings For Wheels (a.k.a. "Thunder Road") 
10 Thunder Road (acoustic) 
11 Lovers In The Cold (a.k.a. "Walking In The Street") 
12 It's Alright 
13 What's The Matter Little Darlin' 

Notes: 
track 1 - London Publishing Demos; Media and 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, NY - June/July '72. 
tracks 2-5 - Laurel Canyon Music Publishing Demos; Media and 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, NY - June/July '72. 
tracks 6 & 8 - "The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle" studio outtakes; 914 Sound Studios, Blauvelt, NY - June-Aug. '73. 
track 7 - WGOE-FM Radio Studios; Richmond, VA - May 31, 1973. 
tracks 9-11 - "Born To Run" studio sessions; The Record Plant, New York City, NY - March-July '75. 
tracks 12-13 - "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" studio outtakes; The Record Plant, New York City, NY - June '77 - April '78. 

Disc 4 
01 The Promise #1 
02 The Promise #2 
03 One Way Street 
04 Candy's Boy 
05 Fire 
06 Get That Feeling 
07 World Of Dreams 
08 Spanish Eyes 
09 Say Sons (a.k.a. "Down By The River") 
10 English Sons (a.k.a. "Endless Night") 
11 Taxi Cab (a.k.a. "City At Night") 
12 Outside Lookin' In 
13 I'm Goin' Back (a.k.a. "Bo Diddley Rocker") 
14 The Way 
15 Preacher's Daughter 
16 The Ballad (a.k.a. "Castaway") 
17 Broken Hearted 

Notes: 
tracks 1-16 - "Darkness On The Edge Of Town" studio outtakes; The Record Plant, New York City, NY - June '77 - April '78. 
track 17 - Studio rehearsals w/ The E Street Band; location unknown, Asbury Park, NJ - May 19, 1978. 

Eric Clapton - Journeyman Outtakes (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

"Journeyman Outtakes"
Various Studio Sessions, March - April 1989 - ARMS -

lineage
Sbd>cdr>eac>wave>flac frontend6

01) Pretending
02) Forever
03) Don't Turn Your Back
04) Breaking Point (instrumental)
05) No Alabis
06) Lead Me On
07) Hard Times
08) Cool Running On Faith
09) Something About You
10) Murdoch's Men (instrumental)
11) Higher Power (instrumental)

The Beach Boys - Our Favorite Recordings - For Collectors Only Vol. 1 (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

Label: Bell Bottom
Catalog No: BB055/056
Year of Release: 2000

Lineage:
Original CD -- > EAC (secure, log+cue) -- > FLAC

1-01 Surfin' Safari
1-02 Karen
1-03 What'd I Say
1-04 The Monkey's Uncle (RIP Annette!)
1-05 Wouldn't It Be Nice
1-06 We Got Love
1-07 Here Comes The Night
1-08 California Dreamin'
1-09 Rock N Roll To The Rescue
1-10 Rock N Roll To The Rescue
1-11 Back In The U.S.S.R.
1-12 Come Go With Me
1-13 Surfer Girl
1-14 Barbara Ann
1-15 Happy Birthday America

CD2
2-01 Runaway
2-02 California Girls
2-03 Don't Worry Baby
2-04 Problem Child
2-05 Problem Child
2-06 Crocodile Rock
2-07 Forever
2-08 Forever
2-09 Fun Fun Fun
2-10 Fun Fun Fun
2-11 Hawdi From Maui
2-12 The Beach Boys Medley

Note: 
"For Collectors Only," indeed; this two-CD set from Bell Bottom is heavy on the curios, as one glance at the track listing should confirm. Still: who hasn't had a hankering for a listen or two to "Monkey's Uncle" on occasion?

Queens of the Stone Age - 2000-12-04 - Düsseldorf, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Exact lineage is unknown for this one but is surely TV>VID(1)>DVD, it has chapters and a basic menu.
Commercial were not edited.
Some sound problem during the first track.
Video: MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9000Kbps
Audio: MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 256Kbps

01. Feel Good Hit of the Summer
02. Ode to Clarissa
03. Regular John
04. Quick and to the Pointless
05. Avon
06. Tension Head
07. How to Handle a Rope
08. The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret
09. You Can't Quit Me Baby

note
This is a really cool early pro shot show. Between the songs there are some great interviews about Kyuss, taping shows and some other interesting topics with German subtitles, but not overdubbed.






David Bowie - 1972 - The Legendary Lost Tapes (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

The Legendary Lost Tapes

David Bowie with Mott the Hoople, 
Trident studio sessions in May 1972:
01. All The Young Dudes (Long Version) (3:58)
02. It’s Alright (Alternate Version) (4:24)
03. Henry & The H-Bomb (demo) (3:31)

David Bowie with Mott the Hoople, 
featuring Lou Reed on guide vocals, Trident studio sessions in May 1972
04. Sweet Jane (Alternate-Version) (3:14)

Lou Reed with Mott the Hoople, 
Trident studio sessions in May 1972
05. Shakin’ All Over (Alternate-Version) (2:57)
06. Please Don’t Touch (Alternate-Version) (2:05)
07. So Sad (Alternate-Version) (2:11)

Davis Bowie & the Spiders from Mars, 
Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, UK on 5 January 1973:
08. Hang Onto Yourself (2:45)
09. Ziggy Stardust (2:56)
10. Changes (3:36)
11. Supermen (2:35)
12. Five Years (3:44)
13. Life On Mars (3:23)
14. John I’m Only Dancing (2:25)
15. Moonage Daydream (4:36)
16. Suffragette City (2:28)
17. Width Of A Circle (10:26)
18. Rock ‘n’ Roll Suicide (3:02)

Supposedly, the Trident tracks were recorded when Lou & David took a break from recording "Transformer" and join Mott while they were recording the "All The Young Dudes" album. The Glasgow Ziggy show is not complete and there are cuts between the tracks. It's the Mott session that makes this one worth listening to! 

David Lee Roth - 1994-06-29 - West Hollywood, CA (FM/FLAC)





(FM broadcast FLAC)

DAVID LEE ROTH
WEST HOLLYWOOD,CA:HOUSE OF BLUES
1994-06-29

lineage
KLSX FM Broadcast -> Cassette -> Cassette -> CDRW700 -> EAC -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -interview-
02. -intro-
03. Big Train
04. Panama
05. Experience
06. She's My Machine
07. A Little Luck (cuts in)
08. Your Filthy Little Mouth
09. -band introductions-
10. Just A Gigolo
(Sunburn - missing - commercials) 11. Beautiful Girls (phased tape)
12. Hey, You Never Know
13. Night Life
14. Just Like Paradise
15. Land's Edge
16. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
17. California Girls
18. -ICM intro-
19. Ice Cream Man
20. Jump

Another one I can't believe has never been posted here.

This was the lowest point of his career. In 1988 he played the Forum and Irvine Meadows (though from what I understand the tour was carried by Poison) and his single show at Irvine Meadows in 1991 was cancelled due to poor tickets so his first hometown show in 6 years was at the newly opened House Of Blues, was not sold out, in fact my friend bought a ticket on the street for $5.

It was broadcast on the radio, this is obviously not the best possible quality, likely recorded and copied on a boombox on normal bias tapes but I have seen nothing better. No DAT sources, no commercial bootlegs.

Led Zeppelin - Outtakes From Led Zeppelin 3 (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Cottage Wales UK 1970 & Headly Grange Studios June 1970

TARANTIC CD 19128 ( 1994)

Lineage:
Silverdiscs----EAC---Wave---TLH---Flac

01.Friends
02.Immigrant Song
03.Out On The Tiles
04.Bron-Y-Aur
05.Poor Tom
06.Poor Tom
07.Hey Hey What can I Do
08.Instrumental
09.Instrumental
10.Poor Tom
11.Instrumental
12.Instrumental
13.That´s The Way
14.That´s The Way
15.That´s The Way
16.That´s The Way
17.That´s The Way
18.Bron-Y-Aur
20.Bron-Y-Aur
21.Bron-Y-Aur
22.Instrumental
23.Instrumental
24.Since I´ve Been Loving You
25.I Wanna Be Her Man
26.Instrumental
27.Instrumental
28.Instrumental
29.Instrumental
30.Down By The Seaside
31.Down By The Seaside
32.Instrumental
33.Instrumental
34.Instrumental
35.Instrumental
36.Instrumental
37.Instrumental
38.Instrumental
39.Instrumental
40.Instrumental
41.Instrumental

Metallica - 2010-06-14 - Madrid, ES (DVDfull pro-shot DL)


(DVDfull pro-shot DL)

Metallica
City: Madrid
Event: Rock In Rio
Venue: Arganda
Date: 2010.06.14

Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes
Source: Proshot
Version:Tony-Rock
Generation: Master 
DVD: DVD9

01 - The Ecstasy of Gold
02 - Creeping Death
03 - For Whom the Bell Tolls
04 - Through the Never
05 - Disposable Heroes
06 - Fade to Black
07 - That Was Just Your Life
08 - The End of the Line
09 - Sad but True
10 - Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
11 - Cyanide
12 - One
13 - Master of Puppets
14 - Fight Fire With Fire
15 - Nothing Else Matters
16 - Enter Sandman
17 - Am I Evil?

The Beach Boys - Smile (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Recorded: 1966-1967

Label: Vigotone [110/111]

Released: 1993

Source: Original Silver Discs -> WAV (EAC Secure Mode) -> FLAC (FLAC Frontend Level 8)

Disc 1:
01. Heroes and Villains (7:06)
02. Do You Like Worms (3:56)
03. The Old Master Painter / You Are My Sunshine (1:11)
04. Wonderful (2:06)
05. Child Is Father Of The Man (1:56)
06. Prayer (1:09)
07. Cabin-Essence (2:34)
08. Good Vibrations (3:33)
09. Vege-Tables / I'm In Great Shape (3:34)
10. Wind Chimes (2:23)
11. Mrs. O'Leary's Cow (2:07)
12. Cool Cool Water (2:57)
13. Surf's Up (5:18)
14. Prayer (5:05)
15. I Love To Say Dada (1:27)
16. Untitled (She's Goin' Bald) (0:55)
17. Untitled (With Me Tonight) (0:55)
18. Wonderful (2:09)
19. Child Is Father Of The Man (1:42)
20. You're Welcome (1:04)
21. Heroes and Villains (0:49)
22. Do You Like Worms (0:27)
23. Do You Like Worms / Heroes And Villains (1:15)
24. Do You Like Worms (3:37)
25. Do You Like Worms (3:28)

Disc 2:
01. Good Vibrations (7:41)
02. Cabin-Essence (4:05)
03. Surf's Up (6:28)
04. Tones / Tune X (3:02)
05. Tones / Tune X (2:21)
06. The Old Master Painter / You Are My Sunshine (1:08)
07. George Fell Into His French Horn (9:12)
08. Mrs O'Leary's Cow (3:51)
09. Barnyard (0:57)
10. The Woodshop Song (1:36)
11. Holidays (2:36)
12. Prayer (1:02)
13. Surf's Up (2:30)
14. Smile Era Party (24:05)

Notes: 
Here it is. Arguably the most famous Smile bootleg of all time, this collection is well done with generally excellent sound.  This is an essential title for your Smile collection, and I am presenting it here as an EAC rip from the original silvers, so there has only been one generation of DAE.  Enjoy! Scans are included in the torrent.

Rush - 1994-04-29 - Philadelphia, PA (SBD/SHN)



(Soundboard SHN)

A Night At The Spectrum


SHN lineage:

Watch Tower silver CD > CDR > EAC > CDWav > SHN (mkW).

Media: 2 CD

Time: D1 (62:53), D2 (59:51)
Catalog: Watch Tower (WT 2002081/82)
Source: SB
Quality: EX+
Date: 4-29-94
Location: Corestates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

CD1

01 - Intro 2:02
02 - Dreamline 5:05
03 - The Spirit of Radio 4:57
04 - The Analog Kid 6:25
05 - Cold Fire 4:31
06 - Time Stand Still 5:57
07 - Nobody's Hero 5:07
08 - Roll The Bones 6:07
09 - Animate 7:48
10 - Stick It Out 5:14
11 - Double Agent 4:54
12 - Limelight 4:46

CD2
01 - Bravado 6:34
02 - Mystic Rhythms 5:57
03 - Closer To The Heart 5:50
04 - Show Don't Tell 5:28
05 - Leave That Thing Alone 6:06
06 - The Rhythm Method 7:53
07 - The Trees 5:19
08 - Xanadu 6:59
09 - Hemispheres: Prelude 4:18
10 - Tom Sawyer 5:28


Comments
A very nice sounding SBD from the first night of the Philly shows. This show surfaced in mid '02 when released by Watch Tower, a relative newcomer to the bootleg world. They've been releasing some great Led Zeppelin shows and looks like they did a great job with this release and Echoes On The Stages (T4E rehearsal). The sound is very clear with nice stereo separation and a typical SBD mix. Personally, it's just tad bright for my taste, but who's complaining. Packaging on this boot is nice with a slipcover for the jewel case. WT goes for simplicity on their packaging and works well. There are few instances where the levels fluctuate very slightly on disc 2, otherwise it's almost perfect. I still prefer the mix of "Nuts & Bolts" (Madison '94) SBD over this one and it's the full show. This source is missing the encore.

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Deep Purple w/ Tommy Bolin - 1975-12-11 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

with Tommy Bolin .... December 11, 1975
Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan

David Coverdale - Vocals
Glenn Hughes - Bass, Vocals
Tommy Bolin - Guitar, Vocals
Jon Lord - Keyboards
Ian Paice - Drums

Taper, & Equipment: unknown
Source: "AUD" - "Drifter" Liberated Bootleg; Orge Wizard label #OW-01AB
Lineage: Trade CDR> 2011 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: vg
Length: 16 tracks = 106:19 minutes
Artwork: included.

Disc One (9 tracks = 64:47 minutes):
01 - Burn
02 - Lady Luck
03 - Love Child
04 - Gettin' Tighter
05 - Smoke On The Water (with Georgia On My Mind)
06 - I Need Love
07 - Soldier Of Fortune
08 - Jon Lord keyboard solo
09 - Lazy (with Ian Paice drum solo)

Disc Two (7 tracks = 41:32 minutes):
01 - This Time Around>
02 - Owed To "G"
03 - Tommy Bolin guitar solo
04 - Drifter
05 - You Keep On Moving
06 - Stormbringer
07 - Highway Star

Steve Earle - 2009-07-21 - Des Moines, IA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Steve Earle 2009-07-21
Hoyt Sherman Auditorium
Des Moines, Iowa

Source: Sbd> Sony M1 DAT
Transfer: Tascam DA20mkII> M-Audio Transit> SoundForge 8.0
Tracking & FLACing: CDWave, Trader's Little Helper

01 - Where I Lead Me
02 - Colorado Girl
03 - story about Townes>
04 - Rex's Blues>
05 - Fort Worth Blues
06 - banter
07 - Pancho and Lefty
08 - banter about the blues
09 - Brand New Companion
10 - banter
11 - Tom Ames' Prayer
12 - My Old Friend the Blues
13 - Someday
14 - Taneytown
15 - Now She's Gone
16 - Someday
17 - banter
18 - Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold
19 - story about Townes
20 - Marie
21 - banter
22 - City of Immigrants
23 - Dixieland
24 - banter
25 - Jerusalem
26 - banter
27 - The Mountain
28 - banter
29 - Lungs
30 - To Live is to Fly
31 - Guitar Town
32 - tuning, banter
33 - Copperhead Road

Anthony Braxton Quintet - 1983-03-11 - Bern, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Anthony Braxton Quintet
Bern, Switzerland
11 March 1983
fm>?>cdr>secure rip>flac

Anthony Braxton - saxophones and clarinet
George Lewis - trombone
John Lindberg - bass
Gerry Hemingway - drums
Giorgio Gaslini(?) – piano

1 composition 105a
2 ?
3 ?

total time 55:52

notes:
There is some confusion over the date as there is another recording circulating from Pisa, Italy with the same date.

The Beatles - The Lost Pepperland Reel (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

Publisher: Vigotone
Reference :VIGO-132
Date :1994
Made In :Australia

Lineage :- CDR > EAC > FLAC

The Lost Reel
01 - All You Need Is Love - 4:31
02 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - 3:36
03 - Good Morning Animal Noises - 1:39
04 - Intro To Sgt. Pepper - 0:55
05 - Billy Shears Applause - 0:36
06 - Yellow Submarine - 2:44
07 - It's All Too Much - 8:16
08 - All Together Now - 2:15
09 - Only A Northern Song - 3:27

Rarities
10 - Hey Bulldog - 3:04
11 - Mellotron Music No. 4 - 1:47
12 - Penny Lane Overdub Session - 6:32
13 - Good Morning, Good Morning - 1:04
14 - Breakdown - 1:46
15 - She Can Talk To Me 1 - 1:22
16 - She Can Talk To Me 2 - 1:54
17 - Across The Universe - 1:30
18 - You Know My Name - 2:46
19 - Chi Chi's - 3:09
20 - Mellotron Music No. 5 - 1:44

Total duration: 55:40

Notes
CD features the contents of an original EMI mono reel (#66581), including rare tracks and SFX from the animated cartoon 'Yellow Submarine' and the 'Sgt Pepper's' LP plus demos, alternate takes and sound experiments.

Duran Duran - 1979 - First ever demo tape (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

this is pre le bon and features andy wickett (fane) on vocals
john taylor(nigel),roger taylor and nick rhodes

fane= vocals
nigel=guitars
roger=drums
nick=keyboards

01 - See me repeat me
02 - Reincarnation
03 - Girls on film
04 - Working the steel

David Bowie - 2004-01-31 - Los Angeles, CA (IEM/FLAC)




(IEM FLAC)

SHRINE AUDITORIUM

2 source merge, primary source:

source : in ear monitor
taper : benchboy
transfer : markp

01. -intro-
02. Rebel Rebel
03. New Killer Star
04. Reality
05. Fame
06. Cactus
07. All The Young Dudes
08. China Girl
09. I've Been Waiting For You
10. Slip Away
11. Space Oddity (snippet)
12. Days
13. A New Career In A New Town
14. The Loneliest Guy
15. The Man Who Sold The World
16. Hallo Spaceboy
17. Sunday
18. -band introductions-
19. Under Pressure
20. Life On Mars?
21. Be My Wife
22. The Motel
23. Ashes To Ashes
24. White Light, White Heat
25. I'm Afraid Of Americans
26. "Heroes"

(encore)
27. Hang On To Yourself
28. Five Years
29. Suffragette City
30. Ziggy Stardust

most of 23, 24, 25, part of 26 recorded by Interlude2 with Oade Bros. micro-mics>Sony TCD-D100>CD Spin Doctor 2

A few years ago Benchboy's IEM recordings of David Bowie's 4 night stand in Los Angeles were unleashed upon us in amazing quality immediately rendering our audience sources obsolete. However, night 1 seemed to be missing about 15 minutes. So with the tenth anniversary of some of Bowie's most legendary shows in what turned out to be his final tour upon us, here is the first show in complete form with the missing segment patched in from an Interlude2's front row balcony source.

Whitesnake - 2015-10-22 - Nagoya, JP (MTX/IEM/AUD/FLAC)



(IEM Audience FLAC)

Artist: Whitesnake 
Date: October 22th, 2015 
Venue: Nagoya-Shi Kokaido 
Location: Nagoya, Japan 
Source: IEM / Audience matrix 
Length: 114:39 min Show + 25:15 min Soundcheck 

Lineage: Silver discs - EAC - TLH 

David Coverdale - vocals 
Reb Beach - guitars, backing vocals 
Joel Hoekstra - guitars, backing vocals 
Michael Devin - bass, harmonica, backing vocals 
Tommy Aldridge - drums 
Michele Luppi - keyboards, backing vocals 

CD1: 
01 - Intro 
02 - Burn 
03 - Fool for Your Loving 
04 - Love Ain't No Stranger 
05 - The Gypsy 
06 - Give Me All Your Love 
07 - You Keep on Moving 
08 - Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City 
09 - Guitar Solo 
10 - Mistreated 

CD2: 

01 - Blues Harp Session 
02 - You Fool No One 
03 - Tommy Aldridge Drum Solo / You Fool No One (reprise) 
04 - Band Introduction 
05 - Soldier Of Fortune 
06 - Is This Love 
07 - Stormbringer 
08 - Here I Go Again 
09 - Still of the Night 
10 - Outro (We Wish You Well) 

11 - Is This Love / Stormbringer 
12 - Stormbringer 
13 - Soldier Of Fortune 
14 - Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City 
15 - Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City (Reggae Version) 

Good quality. Tracks 11-15 on disc 2 are from the soundcheck from the same day.

Stone Temple Pilots - 2010-03-24 - Sioux City, IA (IEM/FLAC)

(IEM FLAC)

Taper for both sources: Alzeppelin

Audience Source:

Location: 40 feet from stage right PA stack Lower Level

Source: Coresound CSB High-end Binaural mics -> M-Audio Microtrack II 24bit/48hz

Transfer: M-Audio Microtrack II -> USB -> Cooledit Pro (normalizing and track splits) ->
FLAC Level 8

Robert Deleo's earfeed:

Source: Sennheiser receiver box (stereo) -> M-Audio Microtrack II 16bit/44hz

Transfer: M-Audio Microtrack II -> USB -> Cooledit Pro (normalizing and track splits) ->
FLAC Level 8

Notes: Matrix made by Silver Stallion Productions using Sony Vegas.

Disc 1:

01 - Vasoline
02 - Crackerman
03 - Wicked Garden
04 - Hollywood Bitch
05 - Between the Lines
06 - Hickory Dichotomy
07 - Big Empty
08 - Sour Girl
09 - Creep Intro
10 - Creep
11 - Country Jam
12 - Plush


Disc 2:
01 - Queen teases
02 - Interstate Love Song
03 - Bagman
04 - Huckleberry Crumble
05 - Jam
06 - Sex Type Thing
07 - Dead and Bloated
08 - Lounge Fly
09 - Piece of Pie
10 - Trippin' On a Hole In a Paper Heart

Mother Love Bone - 1988 - Studio Demos (STU/FLAC)


(Various FLAC)

Various dates & locations, 1988


Lineage:

My silver>TLH>FLAC


01 Still Waiting For You aka Showdown
02 Holy Roller
03 Red Light Go aka Jumping Jehovah
04 Muscle Child aka Lubricated Muscle Drive
05 Capricorn Sister v1
06 Capricorn Sister v2
07 Half Ass Monkey Boy
08 Lady Godiva Blues
09 Mama, Jesus & Me aka One Time Fire
10 Stardog Champion
11 Chloe Dancer

Bon Jovi - 2003-03-27 - Buffalo, NY (AUD/IEM/FLAC)



(Audience/IEM FLAC)

HSBC Arena 

Source: Unknown minidisc audience mixed with unknown IEM feed (JBJ) ---> minidisc 

Quality: A- 

01 Bounce 
02 You Give Love A Bad Name 
03 Wild In The Streets 
04 Livin' On A Prayer 
05 Jon's Intro 
06 Everyday 
07 Undivided 
08 Runaway 
09 Just Older 
10 Wanted Dead Or Alive 
11 The Distance 
12 It's My Life 
13 Bed Of Roses 
14 Misunderstood 
15 I'll Be There For You (Richie Sambora on vocals) 
16 Hook Me Up 
17 Blaze Of Glory 
18 Raise Your Hands 
19 I'll Sleep When I'm Dead 
20 Born To Be My Baby 
21 Keep The Faith 
22 Bad Medicine 
23 Shout 

Bruce Springsteen - 2005-10-24 - Richmond, VA (IEM/FLAC)

 


(IEM FLAC)

Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA

Lineage information not available, sorry.

CD1
01 My Beautiful Reward
02 Reason To Believe
03 Devils & Dust
04 Lonesome Day
05 Long Time Comin'
06 Silver Palomino
07 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
08 The River
09 Tougher Than The Rest
10 Johnny 99
11 Part Man, Part Monkey
12 All I'm Thinkin' About
13 Reno
14 Nothing Man


CD2
01 Incident On 57th Street
02 The Rising
03 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
04 Jesus Was An Only Son
05 This Hard Land
06 The New Timer
07 Maramoros Banks
08 Growin' Up
09 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
10 The Promised Land
11 Dream Baby Dream


Brucebase:
IEM and audience tape. IEM released on CD as part of the Uber Series (Vol 33). "My Beautiful Reward" returns to the set, and "4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)" is included in the encores. Piano songs are "You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)", "The River", "Tougher Than The Rest", "Incident On 57th Street", and "Jesus Was An Only Son". "Reason To Believe" and "Johnny 99" are with the bullet mic. "My Beautiful Reward" and "Dream Baby Dream" are on pump organ. "Nothing Man" is on electric piano. "Growin' Up" is on ukulele. "The New Timer" is on autoharp.

Bruce Springsteen - 2005-11-13 - Atlantic City, NJ (IEM/AUD/FLAC)




(IEM/AUD Mix FLAC)

IEM Lineage:
Unknown > CDRs > EAC (Secure, to WAV, logs inlcuded) > Adobe Audition 3

AUD Lineage:
Prodigal Son Version > Traders Little Helper (to WAV) > Adobe Audition 3

Combined Linage:
Out of Audition (to WAV) > CD-Wave (Tracking) > FLAC Frontend (Level 8, Align) > You

CD1:
01. Born in the USA (AUD Only)
02. Devils and Dust
03. Atlantic City
04. Long Time Coming
05. Intro to..
06. Fade Away
07. The Inspiration for all Rock Music
08. Santa Anna
09. Johnny 99
10. Open All Night
11. Maria's Bed
12. Brilliant Disguise
13. Reno
14. Intro to...
15. Janey Don't You Lose Heart
16. Lost in the Flood
17. Drive All Night

CD2:
01. The Rising
02. Further on up the Road
03. A nice bunch of folks... who just happened to scar me for life
04. Jesus Was An Only Son
05. Got my one Jesus joke...
06. This Hard Land
07. ...they're stalkers actually
08. The Hitter
09. Intro to...
10. Matamoros Banks
11. I Wanna Marry You
12. Intro to...
13. 4th July Asbury Park (Sandy)
14. Thundercrack
15. Food Bank P.S.A.
16. The Promised Land
17. Dream Baby Dream

Notes:
The newly circulating IEM mixed in with Prodigal Son's AUD version. I'm not sure who's original recording PS remastered.
The IEM went through Audition's Multiband Compressor, the settings of which was the 'Broadcast' preset, with one change of the Limiter threshold being changed from -10dB to -13dB. PS version was heavy on the left channel, I panned it back over to compensate. And a blanket -3dB levels adjustment for the mixing.

This sounds fantastic IMO. The AUD adds a nice sense of scale and epicness to things, and the crystal clear clarity of the IEM keeps the music at the forefront. In places (only ever during a non-music spoken passage) it's very quiet. Both the IEM and PS versions were like that so obviously is was in the originals, probably Bruce unknowingly backing away from the mic.
I thought about going through and manually increasing the volume in these places, but decided it'd be best to leave it faithful to the original. The dynamic range was already compressed enough with me compressing the IEM and PS compressing whatever source he used. BITUSA is missing from the IEM so that is just the Prodigal Son version. And again at the end of Devils and Dust there's a large cut in the IEM. As I said before I've not heard much D&D stuff, and so I don't know if the schtick in between Fade Away and Santa Ana was regular on the tour or what, but this is the first time I've heard it, and damn, it just doesn't get old.

Johnny Cash - 1954-xx-xx - Privately Recorded Acetate (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Private Acetate

Unknown Lineage

PROBABLY THE EARLIEST EXISTING JOHNNY CASH RECORDING (privately recorded acetate):

01. Johnny Cash Professes His Love For Vivian Liberto
02. Am I The One (With Spoken Intro)

Circa Early 1954 (While Johnny Cash Was Still In Service)

Paul Simon - 1964-xx-xx - Flushing, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Queens College

lineage
SB MASTER REEL > REEL (POSSIBLY 2ND GEN) > AUDIO CD > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

01 - Scarborough Fair
02 - The House Carpenter Song
03 - Gospel Ship
04 - Pretty Boy Floyd
05 - A Church Is Burning
06 - The Sounds Of Silence
07 - Leaves That Are Green
08 - The Sun Is Burning
09 - Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
10 - Going To The Zoo
11 - He Was My Brother
12 - Thank You