Friday, December 28, 2012

John Prine - 1986-10-xx - Asheville, NC (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

with Phillip Donnelly 

Source: sbd > cassette (x6) > DAT 
Transfer: DAT > Tascam DA20mkII > M-Audio Transit 
Editing & Tracking: Soundforge, CDWave 

01 Lulu Walls 
02 Torch Singer 
03 Aw Heck 
04 Six O'Clock News 
05 Out of Love intro 
06 Out of Love 
07 Donald & Lydia 
08 Blue Umbrella 
09 Souveniers 
10 Grandpa Was a Carpenter 
11 Fish & Whistle 
12 Storm Windows 
13 Illegal Smile 
14 Dear Abby 
15 Far From Me 
16 Sabu Visits the Twin Cities Alone 
17 Linda Goes to Mars 
18 Let's Talk Dirty intro 
19 Let's Talk Dirty in Hawaiian 
20 The Great Compromise 
21 Sam Stone 
22 Sailing Around 
23 My Own Best Friend 
24 Spanish Pipedream 

Tape flip between Illegal Smile and Dear Abby; if you burn to audio discs, that would be a good place to split between discs; the whole show runs 85m. Or if you want to risk overburning, leaving out the two "intros" (tracks 5 and 18) will get you down to 82m.

Neil Young - 2012-10-25 - Tuscaloosa, AL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Location: second row stage left of center
Source - Edirol R-09 (WAV 16 bit - 44 KHz) -> Audacity for editing -> Flac

Disc 1
01. A Day in the Life Intro
02. Star Spangled Banner
03. Love and Only Love
04. Powderfinger
05. Born In Ontario
06. Walk Like A Giant
07. The Needle and the Damage Done
08. Twisted Road
09. Singer Without A Song

Disc 2
10. Ramada Inn
11. Cinnamon Girl
12. Fuckin' Up
13. Mr. Soul
14. Hey Hey, My My (into the black)

Encore;
14. Roll Another Number

Robert Plant - 2010-07-30 - Clearwater, FL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Ruth Eckerd Hall 

lineage 
ca-11 -> stc-9000 -> r-09hr 24/96 -> veg-o-matic 16/44.1 -> flac 

Robert Plant - vocals, harmonica 
Darrell Scott - guitar, mandolin, pedal steel, banjo, vocals 
Patty Griffin - guitar, vocals 
Marco Giovino - drums, vocals 
Buddy Miller - guitar, vocals 
Byron Scott - bass, vocals 

01 Down To The Sea 
02 Angel Dance 
03 House Of Cards 
04 Please Read The Letter 
05 Misty Mountain Hop 
06 Somewhere Trouble Don't Go 
07 Rich Woman 
08 Medley(Twelve Gates To The City/Wade In The Water/In My Time Of Dying) 
09 Tangerine 
10 Satisfied Mind 
11 Move Up 
12 Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down 
13 Central Two O Nine 
14 Silver Rider 
15 In The Mood 
16 Houses Of The Holy 
17 Over The Hills And Far Away 
18 Tall Cool One 
19 Gallows Pole 

encore: 
20 Harm's Swift Way 
21 Thank You 
22 Rock And Roll 
23 And We Bid You Goodnight 

Roger McGuinn & Gene Clark - 1978-03-21 - Washington, DC (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FALC)

Cellar Door (M?-SBD) 

NOTE: GENUINE STEREO SOUNDBOARD, NOT the poor quality AUD also circulating from the same date. 

Recording Information ::: stereo soundboard -> unknown stereo recording equipment -> master analog tape -> unknown analog generations (NOT many!) -> unknown generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby B on. 

Playback 2011-08-13 ::: unknown generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B on, azimuth & pitch adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL professional CD recorder -> CD-RW, no track splits -> computer -> EAC secure mode (logs made) -> wav file(s) -> Audacity (for fades or tragic error repair, no EQ) -> CD Wave for track splits -> Flac Frontend. First uploaded week of 2012-12-01. 


Line-up
Roger McGuinn - acoustic & electric 6 & 12 string guitars, vocals
Gene Clark - acoustic guitars, vocals. 

01. Don't You Write Her Off 
02. Crazy Ladies 
03. Train Leaves Here This Morning 
04. Bag Full Of Money (->) 
05. Release Me Girl 
06. Come All You Fair & Tender Ladies 
07. Chesnut Mare 
08. ...Mr Tambourine Man 
09. Feeling Higher (Bending) 
10. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere 
11. Knocking On Heaven's Door 
12. Turn, Turn, Turn -> 
13. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star 
14. Eight Miles High 
15. Bye Bye Baby (encore) 

Total Time ::: 55:26 

::: Lovely, great stereo, SBD recording with a bit o' hiss, particularly between songs. Check samples to take a gander or for a couple of quick snorts; to cool your engines or put sweat on yr brow as the case may be. 
::: Warts: Taper cut off equipment between some songs. First part of "Turn, Turn, Turn" is a bit rough, with a bit of volume fluctuation here & there (tape fatigue?). Hiss jumps up between songs like there was some kind of ALC involved, but sinks away when the music starts. "Eight Miles High" has a second of speed fluctuation. All in all, nothing tragic! 
::: Nice echo on the vocals at times, The old Rickenbacker 12-string is singing sweetly! 

Ted Nugent - 1978-08-29 - Seattle, WA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Seattle Centre Coliseum, 

Ted Nugent: Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Lead & Backing Vocals. 
Charlie Huhn: Rhythm Guitar, Lead & Backing Vocals. 
Dave Kiswiney: Bass. 
Clifford Davies: Drums & Backing Vocals. 

Disc 1: 44:56 Minutes. 
01.Just What the Doctor Ordered 4:24 
02.Yank Me, Crank Me 4:30
03.Dog Eat Dog 5:17 
04.Free For All 4:49 
05.Snakeskin Cowboy 5:08 
06.Cat Scratch Fever 5:23
07.Need You Bad 4:55 
08.Name Your Poison 6:21 
09.Ted Rant - Wang Dang Sweet Poontang [Cuts out] 4:09 

Disc 2: 37:36 Minutes. 
01.Stormtroopin' [Cuts In] 4:42 
02.Stranglehold 10:08 
03.Motor City Madhouse 10:00 
04.Gonzo 5:15
05.Baby, Please Don't Go [Cuts out at the very end] 7:30 

82:32 Minutes

Note: 
None of these songs are from the 'Double Live Gonzo!' which was released in January 1978. [All of those were recorded in Nashville, Seattle, San Antonio & Abilene during 1976-1977]. 

Ted Nugent - 1978-10-08 - Providence, RI (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Civic Centre, 

Lineage: Unknown Generation. 

Ted Nugent: Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Lead & Backing Vocals. 
Charlie Huhn: Rhythm Guitar, Lead & Backing Vocals. 
Dave Kiswiney: Bass. 
Clifford Davies: Drums & Backing Vocals. 

Disc 1: 46:43 Minutes. 
01.Just What the Doctor Ordered [Cuts In] 4:14 
02.Yank Me, Crank Me 4:31
03.Dog Eat Dog 5:10 
04.Free For All 5:29 
05.Snakeskin Cowboy 5:00 
06.Cat Scratch Fever 4:48
07.Need You Bad 5:41 
08.Name Your Poison 5:42 
09.Ted Rant - Wang Dang Sweet Poontang [Cuts Out] 6:11 

Disc 2: 35:30 Minutes. 
01.Wang Dang Sweet Poontang [Ending only] 0:25 
02.Ted Guitar Solo - Stormtroopin' 9:26 
03.Stranglehold 10:56 
04.Motor City Madhouse 9:09 
05.Gonzo [Cuts out at the very end] 5:35 

82:13 Minutes. 

Note: 
None of these songs are from the 'Double Live Gonzo!' which was released in January 1978. [All of those were recorded in Nashville, Seattle, San Antonio & Abilene during 1976-1977]. 

Ted Nugent - 1982-08-17 - Sioux Falls, SD (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage:
CDR > EAC > FLAC (Trader's Little Helper) 

Time: 
Disc 1: 48:25 
Disc 2: 46:01 

Disc 1: 
01. Stormtroopin' (4:21) 
02. Wang Dang Sweet Poontang (4:45) 
03. Dog Eat Dog (4:52) 
04. We're Gonna Rock Tonight (4:37) 
05. Cat Scratch Fever (4:48) 
06. No, No, No (4:14) 
07. Fightin' Words (6:19) 
08. Good And Ready (4:28) 
09. Great White Buffalo (10:01) 

Disc 2: 
01. Free-For-All (3:29) 
02. Hey Baby (8:21) 
03. Bound And Gagged (5:38) 
04. Motor City Madhouse (14:03) 
05. Stranglehold (12:32) 
06. Wango Tango [cut] (1:58) 

The Velvet Underground - 1968-12-12 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)


(audience FLAC)

Boston Tea Party 

lineage: 
master reels > 10" reels (7-1/2ips, w/ modest EQ) > AIFF > FLAC > WAV > FLAC (level 8) 

Lou Reed: guitar, vocals 
Sterling Morrison: guitar 
Doug Yule: bass, organ, vocals 
Moe Tucker: drums 

disc 1 
01: Heroin (9.11) 
02: Move Right In (5.42) 
03: Waiting For The Man (7.18) 
04: I'm Set Free (5.02) 
05: Foggy Notion (8.17) 
06: Beginning To See The Light (6.17) 
07: Candy Says (4.44) 

disc 2 
01: White Light White Heat (5.18) 
02: Jesus (4.50) 
03: Sister Ray (26.17) 
04: Pale Blue Eyes (6.09) 

original audience recording by the "professor" 

December 12th 1968 was the first show of a 3 night stay at the Velvets "second home", the Boston Tea Party. This recording was made by the "professor", who reputedly smugged his reel-reel recorder into the venue under a large poncho. 

This show has long been my personal favourite of all the extant Tea Party recordings. Lou and Sterling's guitar playing is outstanding, and Moe never misses a beat. "Move Right In" is just great - Sterling sounds just like a tape loop and Lou's "improvised on the spot" lyrics are tantalisingly almost intelligible. "Foggy Notion" is a joyful breeze, with buzzsaw guitars and fine vocals. Going by Lou's introduction, this would appear to be the first public performance of "Candy Says". It's certainly the only Velvets recording of it which I am aware of where Lou actually sings it himself - he cant quite reach the high notes but there's a certain weary tenderness to his vocal which I dont think Doug ever managed to achieve, live or in the studio. This is undoubtedly my favourite version of one of my favourite songs. 

The Velvet Underground - 1969-07-11 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)



(audience FLAC)

1st generation "professor" audience recording NO FLAC ERRORS 

"...the Judy Garlands of Rock...." (Village Voice July 17th 1969) 

Boston Tea Party 

Lou Reed: guitar, vocals 
Sterling Morrison: guitar 
Doug Yule: bass, organ, vocals 
Moe Tucker: drums 

lineage: 
master reels > 10" reels (7-1/2ips, w/ modest EQ) > AIFF > FLAC > WAV > FLAC (level 8) 

Disc 1 
01: Waiting For The Man (9:27) 
02: Jesus (3:59) 
03: Run Run Run (16:14) 
04: I'm Set Free (6:24) 
05: White Light/White Heat (7:15) 
06: Candy Says (5:06) 
07: Pale Blue Eyes (7:47) 

disc 2 
01: Beginning To See The Light (8:51) 
02: Sister Ray/Murder Mystery (22:28) 

original audience recording by the "professor" 
tape preservation, digital transfer and track splitting courtesy our very, very best friend, Sheila Klein 
uploaded to Dime December 2012 by lurid_uk 

July 11th 1969 was the last show the Velvets would play at the original venue for their "second home", the Boston Tea Party. This recording was made by the "Professor", who reputedly smuggled his reel-reel recorder into the venue under a large poncho. 

The sound quality of this recording is a bit rougher than any of the Professor's other VU recordings, but it's another great show. Fast and slow songs alternate, with "Waiting" clocking in at over 7 mins and "Run" a 15 minute feedback frenzy (the longest extant live rendition?). Even "Beginning" lasts over 6 minutes. Lou's vocals on "Pale Blue Eyes" are particularly nice (I wish he'd sung "Candy Says" in the same way rather than relegating it to Doug's sugar-coated approach). As usual, Sister Ray closes proceedings with a bang ".....this is gonna take a while....". 

Van Morrison - 1982-04-23 - San Francisco, CA (AUD/FLAC)




Van Morrison - 1982-04-23 - San Francisco, CA
(audience FLAC)

Great American Music Hall

early show 

SOURCE: 
Audience 

LINEAGE: 
unknown lineage > CD-R (trade) > EAC wav > Trader's Little Helper flac level 8

Van Morrison - vocals & other instruments (??) 
David Hayes - bass 
Chris Michie - guitar 
Tom Donlinger - drums 
John Allair - organ 
Pee Wee Ellis - saxophones 
Mark Isham - trumpet 
Bianca Thornton - backing vocals 
Annie Stocking - backing vocals 
Pauline Lozano - backing vocals 

01. High Place In Your Mind - John Allair 
02. Into The Mystic / Moondance 
03. instrumental / Wavelength 
04. She Gives Me Religion 
05. It's All In The Game / You Know What They're Writing About 
06. Northern Muse (Solid Ground) 
07. Vanlose Stairway 
08. Help Me 
09. When I Come Home - Bianca Thornton 
10. Dweller On The Threshold 
11. Summertime In England 
12. Aryan Mist
13. Scandinavia 

NOTES: 
A fairly good audience recording I'd grade a B or B+ in sound quality. Note that there seems to be some source tape flaws from 2:52-end of track 6.

Van Morrison - 1985-05-18 - Passaic, NJ (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

VAN MORRISON 
Capitol Theater, Passaic, New Jersey, U.S.A., 1985-05-18 

SOURCE: Radio 
LINEAGE: unknown lineage > CD-R (trade) > EAC wav > Trader's Little Helper flac level 8

Van Morrison - vocals & other instruments (??) 
John Allair - organ 
Bob Doll - trumpet 
Tom Donlinger - drums 
Pee Wee Ellis - saxophone 
David Hayes - bass 
Chris Michie - guitar 
Annie Stocking - backing vocals 
Pauline Lozano - backing vocals 


01. Medley: Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart #2 / Baby Please Don't Go / Gloria / Here Comes The Night / Brown Eyed Girl 
02. Jackie Wilson Said 
03. Help Me 
04. It's All In The Game / You Know What They're Writing About 
05. Dweller On The Threshold 
06. Vanlose Stairway 
07. Tore Down A La Rimbaud 
08. The Master's Eyes 
LACKING: Northern Muse (Solid Ground) 
09. Haunts Of Ancient Peace 
10. She Gives Me Religion 
11. If You Only Knew 
12. What Would I Do 
13. Cry For Home 
14. Summertime In England 
15. Full Force Gale 
16. Bright Side Of The Road 
17. Bright Side Of The Road (ending) 
18. A Sense Of Wonder 
LACKING: Rave On, John Donne 

NOTES: 
A very good sounding radio broadcast, though there is some very light broadcast or tape hiss throughout. I'd grade this one an A- in sound quality. Note that "Northern Muse (Solid Ground)" is lacking from the middle of the set.

Van Morrison - 2006-12-18 - Glasgow, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Clyde Auditorium 


CD1 

01 - T - Bone Shuffle 
02 - Domino 
03 - Cleaning Windows 
04 - Foggy Mountain Top - T For Texas 
05 - Real Real Gone - You Send Me 
06 - Bright Side Of The Road 
07 - Dead Or Alive 
08 - Half As Much 
09 - Wild Night 
10 - Moondance 
11 - I Can't Stop Losing You 
12 - Precious Time 
13 - Irish Heartbeat 
14 - Goin' Down Geneva - Brand New Cadillac 

CD2 

01 - Saint James Infirmary 
02 - One Irish Rover 
03 - Don't Start Crying Now - Custard Pie 
04 - Help Me 
05 - Brown Eyed Girl 
06 - Gloria 
07 - What'd I Say

Blue Oyster Cult - 1978-04-28 - Manchester, UK (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Free Trade Hall, Manchester UK 
28 April 1978 

**Previously Uncirculated Audience Master** 

Lineage: Philips Hipster (autolevel)> Playback on SONY TC-K61S (Azimuth adjusted)> Audacity> CEP2 (track splitting, balancing, slight clean-up and EQ> TLH (FLAC level 8)> you 

00 Setting up 
01 R U Ready 2 Rock 
02 ETI 
03 Harvester Of Eyes 
04 We've Got To Get Out Of This Place 
05 Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll 
06 (Then Came) The Last Days Of MAy 
07 ME 262 
08 Kick Out The Jams 
09 Godzilla (pt 1) 
10 Drum Solo 
11 Godzilla (pt 2) 
12 This Ain't The Summer Of Love 
13 Bass Solo 
14 Five Guitars 
15 Born To Be Wild 
16 (Don't Fear) The Reaper 

Blue Oyster Cult - 1984-01-21 - Lausanne, CH (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Lineage:
CDR > EAC > FLAC (Trader's Little Helper) 

Source: Palais de Beaulieu, Lausanne, Switzerland. January 21st 1984 
Sound Quality: B+ 
Time: 
Disc 1: 44:37 
Disc 2: 50:26 

Disc 1: 
01. Intro (2:37) 
02. ME 262 (3:23) 
03. E.T.I. (Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) (5:53) 
04. Hot Rails To Hell (5:10) 
05. Born To Rock (4:42) 
06. Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll (5:43) 
07. Burnin' For You (5:49) 
08. Take Me Away (5:48) 
09. Joan Crawford (5:33) 

Disc 2: 
01. Shooting Shark (6:18) 
02. (Don't Fear) The Reaper (7:29) 
03. Godzilla (10:42) 
04. Bass Solo (4:52) 
05. Born To Be Wild (7:34) 
06. Let Go (3:20) 
07. Roadhouse Blues (10:10) 

The Firm - 1984-12-09 - London, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot)


(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Venue: Hammersmith Odeon

Lineage:
unknown gen vhs tape>standalone burner>2dvdr


Video Attributes:
-Codec: MPEG-2
-Bitrate: 9299 kbps
-Resolution: 720x480
-Framerate: NTSC (29.97 fps)
-Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Audio Attributes:
-Codec: AC3
-Bitrate: 256 kb/s
-Samplerate: 48000kHz
-Channels: Stereo (2ch)

Band Members:
Paul Rodgers - vocals, guitar, piano
Jimmy Page - guitar
Tony Franklin - bass, synthesizer
Chris Slade - drums

Disc 1
01. Intro
02. Closer
03. City Sirens
04. Make Or Break
05. The Morning After
06. Together
07. Cadillac
08. Prelude
09. Money Can't Buy
10. Radioactive
11. Live In Peace
12. Midnight Moonlight

Disc 2
01. You've Lost That Loving Feeling
02. Bass Solo
03. The Chase
04. Guitar Solo
05. Drum Solo
06. Someone To Love
07. Full Circle
08. Boogie Mama
09. Everybody Needs Somebody

Notes:
Full pre-prebroadcast version (originally broadcast on MTV) of this video without any of the interviews that were recorded and mixed in afterwards. The concert video is sequenced correctly also unlike the broadcast with Money Can't Buy -> Radioactive -> Live In Peace in their correct order with no video missing between songs. This also has a little bit more video after Midnight Moonlight than on the commonly circulating copies with the interviews mixed in. This still has the same cut in the video towards the end of the drum solo into Someone To Love but here the cut is not patched with any audio from the board tape like other copies out there. Video and audio are decent but better quality copies do circulate which are half mixes of this tape source with the broadcast tape.



Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Rolling Stones - 2012-11-25 - London, UK (IEM/AUD/FLAC) Godfather Records



(IEM/AUD Matrix FLAC)

Everybody, Rattle Your Jewelry
02 Arena
The Godfather Records G.R. 830/831, 2CD

Lineage:
silver discs > aiff > xACT > flac 8

Disc 1

01. Video Screens Intro
02. Show Intro
03. I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles cover)
04. Get Off Of My Cloud
05. It's All Over Now (The Valentinos cover)
06. Paint It Black
07. Gimme Shelter (with Mary J. Blige)
08. Wild Horses
09. All Down The Line
10. I'm Going Down (with Jeff Beck)
11. Out Of Control
12. One More Shot
13. Doom And Gloom
14 It's Only Rock'n Roll (But I Like It) (with Bill Wyman)
 

Disc 2
01. Honky Tonk Women (with Bill Wyman)
02. Band Introductions
03. Before They Make Me Run (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
04. Happy (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
05. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
06. Miss You
07. Start Me Up
08. Tumbling Dice
09. Brown Sugar
10. Sympathy For The Devil
Encore:
11. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with London Youth Choir)
12. Jumpin' Jack Flash

Saturday, December 22, 2012

The Rolling Stones - 2012-11-29 - London, UK (IEM/AUD/FLAC) Godfather Records



(IEM/AUD Matrix FLAC)

02 Arena

Bootleg Title: Champagne, Reefer and a Red Headed Woman

Label: The Godfather Records G.R. 832/833

Lineage:
My silvers>EAC(secure mode)>FLAC

CD 1

01 Video screens intro
02 Show intro
03 Get off of my cloud
04 I wanna be your man (The Beatles cover)
05 The last time (First live performance since 18 july 1998)
06 Paint it black
07 Gimme shelter (with Florence Welch)
08 Lady Jane
09 Champagne & Reefer (Muddy Waters cover) (with Eric Clapton)
10 Live with me
11 Miss you
12 One more shot
13 Doom and gloom
14 It's only rock 'n' roll (but I like it) (with Bill Wyman)
15 Honky tonk women (with Bill Wyman)
 

CD 2
01 Band introductions
02 Before they make me run (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
03 Happy (Keith Richards on lead vocals)
04 Midnight rambler (with Mick Taylor)
05 Start me up
06 Tumbling dice
07 Brown sugar
08 Sympathy for the devil
09 You can't always what you want (with the London Youth Choir)
10 Jumpin' Jack flash
11 (I can't get no) Satisfaction

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Rush - 2012-10-22 - Brooklyn, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(audience FLAC)

Barclays Center


Source: SP-CMC-8 (AT943) > SP-SPSB-10 > Sony M10 (24/44.1)

Transfer: wav file > Sound Studio > xACT > FLAC (level 8)
Recording location: Section 18 row 5 (risers behind soundboard, center)
Recorded by: Tapehead2

Geddy Lee: Bass guitar, lead vocals

Alex Lifeson: Guitar, vocals, synthesizers
Neil Peart: Drums, cymbals, electronic percussion


Disc 1: 60:51

01 Gearing Up (intro video set one)
02 Subdivisions
03 The Big Money
04 Force Ten
05 Grand Designs
06 The Body Electric
07 Territories
08 The Analog Kid
09 Bravado
10 Where's My Thing? (with drum solo)
11 Far Cry 


Disc 2 (Clockwork Angels): 64:47
12 The Appointment (intro video set two)
13 Caravan
14 Clockwork Angels
15 The Anarchist
16 Carnies
17 The Wreckers
18 Headlong Flight (with drum solo)
19 Alex Lifeson acoustic guitar solo
20 Halo Effect
21 Seven Cities of Gold
22 The Garden

  Disc 3: 43:45
23 Manhattan Project
24 The Percussor (Neil Peart drum solo)
25 Red Sector A
26 YYZ
27 The Spirit Of Radio
28 Tom Sawyer
39 2112: Overture / The Temples Of Syrinx / Grand Finale
30 Office Of The Watchmaker (outro video)
31 Tom Sawyer (calliope version)

Notes
Venue is the brand new Barclays Center which just opened last month, a 19,000 capacity arena which hosts the Brooklyn Nets. I believe Rush is only the third musical act to play there, after the opening concerts (eight) by Jay-Z and two performances earlier this month by Barbra Streisand. I had a perfect spot for recording audio. Too bad I left my good mics in the car for various reasons however I'm not crying over the recording I made. Sounds much better in my opinion than my Philly which was done from the rafters. Added bonus of very few talkers.

Yes - 1974-03-10 - Memphis, TN (AUD/FLAC)




 (Audience FLAC)

Cook Convention Center


Jon Anderson,

Chris Squire,
Steve Howe,
Rick Wakeman,
Alan White

CD1

01. opening music
02. Firebird Suite
03. Siberian Khatru
04. And You and I
05. Close To The Edge

CD2
01. The Revealing Science Of God
02. The Ancient

CD3
01. Ritual
02. Roundabout
03. closing music
04. backstage w/Eddy Offord, Rick Wakeman


The Ocean shows march on. This one, courtesy of Relayerman, from Memphis contains all kinds of extras. Sound is good and the performance is strong. I don't remember where or when I got this, but this is the original fileset. Thanks to the taper and Relayerman, and all those who share the music of the Topographic Oceans. We love when we play!

This is from the master tapes, converted to CD and 'remastered' (I use the term loosely). Its not a perfect show, but does include 20 minutes of pre-show Yes ambient sounds and announcements, the complete show, the post-show music, and the back-stage meeting with Rick and Eddy Offord (approx 160 minutes). If you listen real hard at the tail end you can hear Chris explain to someone what Khatru means. Forgotten Yesterdays website lists Starship Trooper as part of the encore, but that is not true. It was not played at this show.


Keep in mind its a 30-year old show and is not perfect, but its a good B show. There is some slight distortion here and there as well as the band was quite loud. I did not attend/tape this show, but my friend did who does not trade. In fact most of the Memphis Yes shows floating about are his recordings (eg. Memphis 75 & 77).


During the first part of the show the fire marshall had kept the lights on. You will get this as you listen to the show. The crowd is a little boisterous because of it. Also, the Cook Convention center is like an old airplane hangar. Jon Anderson has some comments about it as well.

Aerosmith - 2012-11-20 - New York, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Venue: Madison Square Garden

Lineage:
Tascam DR-2d (internal mics) @ 2496

Transfer:
SD Card -> HDD -> Data DVD -> Snail Mail To Me -> HDD

Audio Software: iZotope RX II Advanced (4.72 dB gain, SRC, MBIT+ dither) -> WAV 16bit 44.1kHz -> CDWAV (tracking) -> TLH -> Flac level 8

Recorded by MdrnDayWar (Modern Day Warrior Recordingzzz)
Transferred and processed by Drgiggles1

Recorded from section 212

01 Intro
02 Mama Kin
03 Love in an Elevator
04 Jaded
05 Oh Yeah
06 Livin' on the Edge
07 Movin' Out
08 Walkin' the Dog (Rufus Thomas cover)
09 Last Child
10 Drum Solo
11 Rag Doll
12 Boogie Man
13 Combination
14 Lover Alot
15 What It Takes
16 No More No More
17 Come Together (The Beatles cover) (with Sean Lennon)
18 Dude (Looks Like a Lady)
19 Mother Popcorn / Walk This Way

Encore:
20 Crowd
21 Dream On
22 Sweet Emotion

Total Time: 112:40.41 as per shntool

Bob Dylan - 2002-04-16 - Stuttgart, DE (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

unknown origin 

Straight from Jantemp Collection Data DVD 503, nothing changed, info, md5 & ffp added. 

Disc 1 
01 Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go 
02 The Times They Are A-Changin' 
03 It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) 
04 Fourth Time Around 
05 Solid Rock 
06 Cry A While 
07 Every Grain Of Sand 
08 Highway 61 Revisited 
09 Masters Of War 
10 Tomorrow Is A Long Time 
11 A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall 

Disc 2 
01 Summer Days 
02 Simple Twist Of Fate 
03 Cold Irons Bound 
04 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 
05 Man Of Constant Sorrow 
06 Like A Rolling Stone 
07 I Shall Be Released 
08 Honest With Me 
09 Blowin' In The Wind 

Bob Dylan - 2012-11-19 - Philadelphia, PA (AUD/FLAC)


(audience FLAC)

Wells Fargo Center

Audience recording
Neumann km140 > Denecke PS-2 > Marantz PMD661 (16 bit - 44.1 KHz) > Cool Edit > CD Wave
taper: romeo

Bob Dylan - keyboard, piano, harp
Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - violin, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel 

CD 1 (59:45)
01. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
02. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue (*)
03. Things Have Changed (*)
04. Tangled Up In Blue (*)
05. Early Roman Kings
06. Chimes Of Freedom
07. Rollin' And Tumblin'
08. Desolation Row
09. Highway 61 Revisited

CD 2 (41:27)
10. Mississippi
11. Thunder On The Mountain
12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. Band intros
15. All Along The Watchtower
16. (encore break)
17. Blowin' In The Wind

(*) Mark Knopfler on guitar

total time: 1:41:12

Bruce Springsteen - 2005-04-10 - Asbury Park, NJ (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

With Bobby Bandiera's Band 
Stone Pony
Rumson Country Day School Benefit 

Uber Series Vol 44: "Half Day of School" 

Lineage:
CDR --> EAC --> Re-tracked in Adobe Audition --> FLAC Frontend 

01. The Fever (with Southside Johnny) 
02. I Don't Wanna Go Home (with Southside Johnny) 
03. Toast to Mr. Good(e) 
04. Darlington County 
05. Seaside Bar Song 
06. Bad Moon Risin' 
07. Stand On It 
08. Shake (with Southside Johnny) 
09. Raffle 
10. If I Should Fall Behind 
11. 10th Avenue Freezeout 
12. Joining the band 
13. Twist and Shout (with a cast of dozens, including Southside Johnny) 

Notes:
The annual school benefit show, first for Rumson Country Day School and then for the Ranney School, has become legendary among Bruce fans as the attendance is restricted to parents and staff of the schools and a recording has never surfaced of even one show. Now we have this recording, a soundboard of the second half of the April 10, 2005, show. While the first three years of these shows featured a majority of covers, the 2005 show, much like the Harry's holiday shows from the previous December, shifted focus to mostly Springsteen originals. This recording features a great stretch of music starting with Darlington County and going through Shake, with a great cover of Bad Moon Rising in the middle. Southside Johnny sits in on four songs on this disc, starting off with the two of the greatest songs ever to come out of the Jersey Shore: The Fever and I Don't Wanna Go Home. 

And the sound quality of this one is absolutely amazing, as it's sourced straight from the soundboard. Pristine is the word that comes to mind in describing this one. There was no reason at all to touch this one up at all. Apart from re-tracking the original disc, nothing else was done. 

Heart - 1987-09-11 - Oklahoma City, OK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

The Myriad


Recorded, transferred and upped by MJK5510 (November 2012)


Transfer(s): Audience Master > Marantz PMD430 & Nakamichi CR-5A (Azimuth Adjusted) see description > MacBook Pro > Audacity > Peak Pro XT (Volume Smoothing/Edit/Indexing) > xACT > FLAC


This is the first digital transfer of my master tape.


It's taken about 3 weeks to get this one properly transferred. There were some major issues at the start of taping this show that lasted through the first 2 songs or so that I have worked very hard to correct.

The tape jammed so I missed the first minute or so of the first song.
When I pulled the tape for transfer I discovered on playback some major wow and flutter throughout the first song and minor wow and flutter throughout the second song.

I did 2 separate transfers of the master tape, one using the deck I used to originally record the show which gave me the foundation and took care of any issues after the first song with the exception of Barracuda sounding a little off.

Second transfer was done using the Nak as I discovered that I could azimuth adjust and correct the bad sections of the tape with a lot of detailed work. So, I've spent a number of late nights playing back the first transfer to identify the bad segments and correcting those parts using the Nak to make manual adjustments to the master tape, then splicing those parts into the foundation tape to "rebuild" the fist song. Barracuda was also re-transferred using the Nak and spliced into the first transfer.

After it was completed I had spliced in 22 separate snippets to rebuild the song ranging from about 1.5 seconds to 44 seconds.


If originally the song was about 25% listenable I'd say now it is 95% listenable. It's not perfect as there is still a few small areas that neither deck would correct but they are very minor especially compared to where it was originally.


No problems in the rest of the show besides a small splice at the end of I Want You So Bad.


Disc One

01 Bad Animals (In Progress)
02 The Wolf
03 Barracuda
04 Nothing At All
05 What About Love
06 Dreamboat Annie
07 These Dreams
08 Straight On
09 Even It Up
10 I Want You So Bad (splice) 


Disc Two
01 Wait For An Answer
02 Who Will You Run To
03 Never
04 How Can I Refuse
05 Crazy On You
06 If Looks Could Kill
07 Bebe Le Strange
08 Magic Man
09 Alone
10 I Hear You Knockin' + Rock & Roll


Known issues:

-Bad Animals rebuilt due to wow and flutter splicing in 22 separate snippets from a second manually adjusted transfer.
-Splice at the end of I Want You So Bad.

Jack Bruce - 2012-11-22 - Merseyside, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

The Floral Pavilion

New Brighton

Newly refurbished waterfront entertainment centre

Looks and feels like being on a cruise liner
Theatre is like sitting in a giant clam shell with a stage at one end
Floor seating only (no balcony)
Very nice venue, helpful and friendly staff
Capacity 900 (looked pretty much sold out)

Recorded by Lesterferget

Centre of Row 13

Lineage

TASCAM DR-40> Sound Forge Pro 10> Traders Little Helper

Soundwise - 7.5 to 8.0 out of 10


Jack Bruce - Vocals, Bass Guitar, Keyboards

Tony Remy - Lead Guitar
Frank Tontoh - Drums
Paddy Milner - Keyboards
Nick Cohen - Additional Bass Guitar
Liam - Trombone
Martin Bell - Saxophone
Paul Newton - Trumpet


01 The First Time I Met The Blues
02 Neighbour, Neighbour
03 Politician
04 You Burned The Tables On Me
05 Born Under A Bad Sign
06 Childsong
07 Weird Of Hermiston
08 Tickets To Waterfalls
09 Theme From An Imaginary Western
10 Spoonful
11 We're Going Wrong
12 Deserted Cities
13 White Room
14 Frank Tontoh Drum Solo
15 Sunshine Of Your Love
16 Encore Break
17 The Consul At Sunset
18 7-4 Jam In A Flat

Ashra - 1985-08-24 - Sheffield, UK (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

ARS ELECTRONICA 

01 uk elec 01 11:27.50 
02 uk elec 02 8:56.55 
03 uk elec 03 10:30.67 
04 uk elec 04 8:22.36 
05 uk elec b 01 7:49.34 
06 uk elec b 02 12:33.03 
07 uk elec b 03 10:06.62 
08 uk elec b 04 10:06.02 

great concert - I received the tape in a trade - recorded it with wavelab - made a CD - converted it with CD-EX - and now it is up to you to download it. 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

John Mclaughlin - 2012-11-01 - Zurich, Ch (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live at Festival Jazz No Jazz, Gessnerallee Zürich, Grosser Saal

SOURCE: Digital Radio Broadcast (DRS 2 - DVB-S@256, 48kHz): A+ 

+++complete Radio Broadcast+++ 

SOUND: Excellent (listen to mp3 samples) 

LINEUP 
John McLaughlin: el.-guitar 
Etienne M'Bappe: el-bass 
Gary Husband: Nord keyboards, drums 
Ranjit Barot: drums 

1) Radio Intro 01:56 
2) Trancefusion 10:22 
3) Little Miss Valley 10:47 
4) John talks (in german!) 03:39 
5) Abbandji 07:18 
6) Senor C.S. 03:41 
7) 05:59 
8) 08:34 
9) John talks (in german) 02:00 
10) The Light at the Edge of the World 05:06 
11) Radio Outro 00:33 

Total Time: 60 minutes 

Kansas - 2003-08-10 - Anaheim, CA (Pre-FM/FLAC)


(Pre-FM FLAC)

The Grove 

Lineage: 
CDR>EAC>CDWave>Flac Front End (compression level 6) 

01. JJ Jackson Tribute 
02. JJ Jackson Intro 
03. Fight Fire With Fire > 
04. Play the Game Tonight 
05. Opus Insert 
06. Miracles Out of Nowhere 
07. Hold On 
08. Uninvited [Alanis Morissette Cover] 
09. On the Other Side 
10. Child of Innocence 
11. Bringing It Back 
12. Point of Know Return 
13. Portait (He Knew) 
14. Dust in the Wind 
15. Carry On Wayward Son 
16. Commercial 

Notes: 
The original show came on 2 CDs, including intros and outros for most songs, and commercials. CD 1 contained three tracks, CD 2 contained four tracks, plus five 30-second commercials tacked on at the end. CDWave was used to edit out the commercials and song intros/outros except the following: Track 01 is a dedication of the broadcast to DJ JJ Jackson, who passed away before the program was aired; Track 02 is a Kansas bio read by JJ Jackson; and Track 16 is a 30-second spot promoting the broadcast. 

Led Zeppelin - 1970-07-12 - Berlin, DE (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Title: Intimate (Almost Mysterious)
Dates: July 12, 1970
Venue: Deutshlandhalle, Berlin, Germany.

Source: * G ~ Vg+ Audience Recording

Lineage:
Equinox (EX00-018/019) Boot 2CD > EAC > FLAC

Robert Plant: Vocals
Jimmy Page: Guiter
John Bonham: Drums
John Paul Jones: Bass, Organ by: japrainbow

Disc.1
01: Immigrant Song
02: Heartbreaker
03: Dazed And Confused
04: Bring It On Home
05: Since I've Been Loving You
06: Thank You
07: That's The Way
08: What Is And What Should Never Be

Disc.2
01: Moby Dick
02: Whole Lotta Love
03: Communication Breakdown
04: We're Gonna Groove
05: I Can't Quit You
06: Dazed And Confused
07: White Summer / Black Mountain Side
* Disc.2: 4 ~ 7 Montreaux Jazz Festival
Montreaux, Switzerland

Little Kids Rock - 2012-10-16 - New York, NY (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

10th Anniversary Gala 
Honoring Steven Van Zandt with the "Big Man Of The Year Award" 
Manhattan Center's Hammerstein Ballroom 

October 16, 2012 

Jim Kerr - emcee 

NYC Hit Squad - house band: 
Liberty DeVitto - drums 
Ricky Byrd - guitar 
Christine Ohlman - vocals 
Jeff Kazee - keyboards 
Muddy Shews - bass 
Chris Anderson - trumpet 
Neal Pawley - trombone 

with: 
Charlie Giordano - organ, accordion 
Cindy Mizelle - vocals 
Curtis King - vocals 
Tawatha Agee - vocals 
Clark Gayton - trombone 
Curt Ramm - trumpet 
Barry Danielian - trumpet 
Ed Manion - saxophone 
Jake Clemons - saxophone 
Everett Bradley - percussion 
Bobby Bandiera - guitar 

featuring: 
Jake Clemons 
Bruce Springsteen 
Steven Van Zandt 
Darlene Love 
Michael Johns (American Idol finalist) 
Jesse Malin 
The Midtown Men (from the original cast of Jersey Boys) 
Gary U.S. Bonds 
Kris Allen (American Idol winner) 
Michael Des Barres 
Southside Johnny 
Dion 
Ruben Blades 
Elvis Costello 
Tom Morello 
Bernie Williams 


Source: master audience recording 
Taper: larryrulz 
Location: center balcony 
Sound: mp3 samples attached in the comments 

Lineage: CA-14 (cardioid) > CA-9100 preamp > Sony M10 (24/44) > Audacity (tracking only) > TLH > FLAC 6 > foobar2000 (FLAC tags) 

Taper's Comments: The levels are a bit low and with the festive gala crowd, there's a fair amount of background chatter. A remaster would be welcomed by me if someone wants to try to fix this. As is, however, it's very listenable. I have most of the show on HD video and will upload a video torrent soon. 

Mark Knopfler - 2012-11-19 - Philadelphia, PA (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

taped by Tony (IMAGEMAN2005) 

recorder edirol hr05 > microfoon homemade model pistol mic > sound editing by Ane flipp022 > flac level> 8 

Mark Knopfler: vocals and guitars 
Richard Bennett: guitar 
Guy Fletcher: keyboards and guitar 
Jim Cox: piano 
John McCusker: violin and cittern 
Mike McGoldrick: flute, whistle & pipes 
Glenn Worf: bass guitar and string bass 
Ian Thomas: drums

01. What It Is 
02. Corned Beef City 
03. Privateering 
04. Kingdom of gold 
05. I Used to Could 
06. Song for Sonny Liston 
07. Band intro 
08. Done With Bonaparte 
09. Hill Farmer's Blues 
10. Haul away 
11. Marbletown 
12. So Far Away 

Total time: 1.19.12 

Notes:
the sound quality is very good hifi stereo 

Miles Davis - 1964-10-04 - Copenhagen, DK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

KB Hallen
Danish Radio broadcast 

Miles Davis (tpt); 
Wayne Shorter (ts); 
Herbie Hancock (p); 
Ron Carter (b); 
Tony Williams (d) 

Lineage: 
WAV (cd) > TLH > FLAC level 7

01. Autumn Leaves (incomplete) (J. Prevert-J. Mercer-J. Kosma) 
02. So What (M. Davis) 
03. Stella by Starlight (N. Washington-V. Young) 
04. Walkin' (R. Carpenter) 
05. All of You (C. Porter) 
06. Joshua (V. Feldman) / The Theme (M. Davis) 

Neil Young - 2012-11-11 - Vancouver, Canada (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Lineage: 
Schoeps MK4> Tinybox> Edirol R-09 (16bit/44.1 Khz) 

Transfer: 
SD/USB > Wavlab 6.0 saved to 16 bit>Soundforge 4.5 for slight editing > CD wave 1.93 split > Traders Little Helper 2.4.1 > flac 

Location: 
right stack 

Recorded By: 
ridemyllama 

01. Intro 
02. Love And Only Love 
03. Powderfinger 
04. Born In Ontario 
05. Walk Like A Giant 
06. The Needle And The Damage Done 
07. Twisted Road 
08. Singer Without A Song 
09. Ramada Inn 
10. Cinnamon Girl 
11. F*!#in' Up 
12. Mr. Soul 
13. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) 

encore 
14. Roll Another Number 
15. Happy Birthday

Possibly the best played show of my five show run on this leg of the tour. 

Neil Young - 2012-11-14 - Saskatoon, Canada (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Lineage: Schoeps MK4> Tinybox> Edirol R-09 (16bit/44.1 Khz) 
Transfer: SD/USB > Wavlab 6.0 saved to 16 bit>Soundforge 7.0 for slight editing > CD wave 1.93 split > Traders Little Helper 2.4.1 > flac 
Location: immersed in right stack 
Recorded By: ridemyllama 

01. Intro 
02. Love And Only Love 
03. Powderfinger 
04. Born In Ontario 
05. Walk Like A Giant 
06. The Needle And The Damage Done 
07. Twisted Road 
08. Singer Without A Song 
09. Ramada Inn 
10. Cinnamon Girl 
11. F*!#in' Up 
12. Cortez The Killer 
13. Mr. Soul (cut half the song) 
14. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) (most of song gone) 

encore 
15. Roll Another Number

Patti Smith - 2012-11-27 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

opening for Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Madison Square Garden, NYC 

Recorded at 48 kHz 

Everest 
01-Ownerless 
02-Into the Grey 
03-Let Go 
04-Games 

Patti Smith 
05-Dancing Barefoot 
06-April Fool 
07-Fuji-San 
08-Beneath the Southern Cross 
09-People Have the Power 
10-Pissing in a River 
11-Gloria 

Rush - 2012-10-20 - Newark, NJ (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Lineage: 
Stealth recorded and minimally produced by mrsaureus, sitting on the right in the lowest section off the floor about 30 rows back from the stage. Core-Sound High End Binaurals (DPA-4060 capsules) to Sony PCM-M10 (48 kHZ, 24 bit), WavePad Sound Editor to chop and FLAC only.

01 - Watchmaker 1 
02 - Subdivisions 
03 - The Big Money 
04 - Force Ten 
05 - Grand Designs 
06 - Middletown Dreams 
07 - Territories 
08 - The Analog Kid 
09 - The Pass 
10 - Where's My Thing 
11 - Far Cry 
12 - Watchmaker 2 
13 - Caravans 
14 - Clockwork Angels 
15 - The Anarchist 
16 - Carnies 
17 - The Wreckers 
18 - Headlong Flight 
19 - Halo Effect 
20 - Wish Them Well 
21 - The Garden 
22 - Dream Line 
23 - The Percussor 
24 - Red Sector A 
25 - YYZ 
26 - The Spirit of Radio 
27 - Tom Sawyer 
28 - 2112 Overture 
29 - 2112 The Temples of Syrinx 
30 - 2112 Grand Finale 
31 - Watchmaker 3 

Notes:
This is an audience recording that aims to document the experience of being in the crowd at the show, and features occasionally loud but appropriate crowd noise. This is the first time this recording is being shared. 

Simon and Garfunkel - 1970-07-18 - Queens, NY (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Forest Hills Tennis Stadium 

lineage
audience tape > unknown cassette trade > Nakamichi CR-7 (no dolby) > playback azimuth adjusted for optimum output -->  Olympus Flash Recorder  > wav --> Audacity for inserting track marks and speed adjustment --> MacFlac --> flac to you 

01 The Boxer 
02 59th Street Bridge Song (Feeling Groovy) 
03 America 
04 El Condor Pasa (If I Could) 
05 Rambler Gambler (Joan Baez cover) 
06 Fakin' It 
07 For Emily (Whenever I May Find Her) 
08 Leaves That Are Green 
09 Scarborough Fair 
10 Put My Little Shoes Away (Everly Brothers cover) 
11 Why Must I Be A Teenager In Love (Dion & The Belmonts cover) 
12 Homeward Bound 
13 Punky's Dilemma 
14 So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright 
15 The Only Living Boy In New York 
16 A Poem On The Underground Wall 
17 I Am A Rock 
18 Bridge Over Troubled Water (end cut when tape ran out) 

Notes:
This was Simon & Garfunkel's last show before breaking up and it's a very unusual one. They didn't play many shows in 1970 to support the huge "Bridge Over Troubled Water" album but the album didn't need any help. The only 1970 shows that I'm aware of from S&G were two Forest Hills shows, two Royal Albert Hall shows in London, one show in Paris, one in Copenhagen and one in Amsterdam. Snippets from one of the RAH shows have circulated; the Paris show circulates as a soundboard and the Amsterdam show was broadcast on FM. There's a decent sounding audience tape of the Copenhagen show circulating as well. The Forest Hills shows were a homecoming for S&G; the two grew up in the Kew Gardens neighborhood of Forest Hills in the borough of Queens. As far as I know, no tapes of the first Forest Hills show (on July 17, 1970) are in circulation. This show has an unusual number of covers; the only downside is that the tape ran out in the middle of "Bridge Over Troubled Water." But at least he got the crowd chanting "we want the Frisbee."

The Who - 2012-11-24 - Detroit, MI (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Joe Louis Arena


Lineage:

Sony ECM DS70P>Sony MZ-NH700>SP Batt Bax w/ B.R.O. @ 95 >SonicStage> GoldWave > CDWave >FLAC(3)

Location: F3, Row 41


Taper: VH Drummer


Grade: B+


01. I am the Sea
02. The Real Me
03. Quadrophenia
04. Cut My Hair
05. The Punk and the Godfather
06. I'm One
07. The Dirty Jobs
08. Helpless Dancer
09. Is It In My Head
10. I've Had Enough
11. 5:15
12. Sea and Sand
13. Drowned
14. Bell Boy
15. Doctor Jimmy
16. The Rock
17. Love Reign O'er Me
18. Band Introductions
19. Who Are You
20. Behind Blue Eyes
21. Pinball Wizard
22. Baba O'Riley
23. Won't Get Fooled Again
24. Tea & Theatre


Notes:
I wasn't sure what to expect with this show, but they blew me away. Roger was in fine form for his age, certainly better than the 2008 show here. Normally when bands play whole albums, the show drags a little. Fortunately, that was not the case here. We were treated to a show that spanned over two hours and it was worth every penny.

Tommy Bolin - Bits & Bobs - Home Recordings (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Bits & Bobs


source: home recordings

length: varying, see individual tracks (TT: 82.57)
quality: varying, most are very nice

A nice collection and a look beyond studio productions into the mind of a true wizard.


01. - (full band instrumental demo) 4:40
02. Hello again (full band instrumental demo) 4:07
03. -Rocky mountains?- (guitar/vocals) 3:46
04. - (guitar/vocals) 3:58
05. - (two guitars, instrumental) 3:09
06. -untitled rehearsal- (bass / guitar) 6:20
07. The devil is singing our song (two guitars, instrumental) 4:40
08. The devil is singing our song (two guitars / bass, instrumental) 4:34
09. Alexis #1 (full band demo) 5:22
10. Alexis #2 (full band rehearsal) 4:49
11. - (two guitars) 3:59
12. 2:47
13. 4:03
14. 6:13
15. 1:02
16. 1:44
17. 3:23 "Gettin´ tighter"
18. 2:30
19. 2:34 "Owed to ´G´"
20. 2:59 "Marching powder"
21. 2:58
22. 3:11 "Poast toastee"

Notes:
Here are some tracks which I´ve collected over the years. Some pretty cool demos in the beginning, but the main part are the home recordings. It´s just Tommy and a guitar from 11-22, and at times it really feels like he´s just sitting right next to you, doodling on. Some of the song structures are easily recognizable, and I have added titles where applicable even though they don´t always sound exactly like they would when recorded with bands.

John Fogerty - 2012-09-13 - London, ON (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

John Labatt Centre, London, ON - Audience(Master) 
**Bayou Country** 

Source: SP-CMC2's-> Edirol R-09 (24/48 bit)-> Digital Performer-> (16/44.1 bit)-> FLAC 8 
Recorded: FOB/ Row A/ Sec 107/ Right Stacks 

01 - Hey Tonight 
02 - Born On The Bayou 
03 - Bootleg 
04 - Penthouse Pauper 
05 - Good Golly Miss Molly 
06 - Graveyard Train 
07 - Keep On Chooglin’ 
08 - Green River 
09 - Who’Ll Stop The Rain 
10 - Suzie Q 
11 - Lookin’ Out My Backdoor 
12 - Hot Rod Heart 
13 - Blue Moon Nights 
14 - The Midnight Special 
15 - Don’T You Wish It Was True 
16 - Lodi 
17 - Long As I Can See The Light 
18 - I Heard It Through The Grapevine 
19 - Gunslinger 
20 - Let’S Listen To The Radio (This Title Is A Guess) 
21 - Down On The Corner 
22 - Up Around The Bend 
23 - Have You Ever Seen The Rain 
24 - Pretty Woman 
25 - Centerfield 
26 - The Old Man Down The Road 
27 - Fortunate Son

Encores
28 - Travelin’ Band 
29 - Bad Moon Rising 
30 - Proud Mary

Saturday, December 15, 2012

The Rolling Stones - 2012-12-13 - Newark, NJ (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Prudential Center


Fourty Dollar Songs


taper:

Markbot

Lineage:

Core-Sound High End Binaurals DPA4061->battery box (flat)->R09 24 bit 48 KHz->Sound Forge 10 track splits iZotope downsample to 16 bit 44.1 KHz-> Traders Little Helper FLAc & SBE->EZCDDA Tagging->TLH FFP


01 - Intro Gorilla Drums
02 - Get Off Of My Cloud
03 - The Last Time
04 - It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
05 - Paint It Black
06 - Gimme Shelter
07 - Respectable with John Mayer
08 - Wild Horses
09 - Around & Around
10 - Doom and Gloom
11 - One More Shot
12 - Miss You
13 - Honky Tonk Women
14 - Introductions
15 - Before They Make Me Run
16 - Happy
17 - Midnight Rambler with Mick Taylor
18 - Start Me Up
19 - Tumbling Dice
20 - Brown Sugar
21 - Sympathy For The Devil
22 - You Can't Always Get What You Want with The Choir of Trinity Wall Street
23 - Jumping Jack Flash
24 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Kiss - 1976-09-03 - Cleveland, OH (SBD/FLAC)




 (Soundboard FLAC)

The Spirit Of '76
Richfield Coliseum

Lineage:
CD > WAV > FLAC (8)


01. Intro
02. Detroit Rock City
03. King Of The Night Time World
04. Let Me Go, Rock'n'Roll
05. Strutter
06. Hotter Than Hell
07. Nothin' To Lose
08. Cold Gin (Incl. Guitar Solo)
09. Shout It Out Loud
10. Do You Love Me
11. God Of Thunder (Incl. Drum Solo)
12. Rock And Roll All Nite
13. Deuce
14. Firehouse
15. Black Diamond

Dead Can Dance - 2012-10-20 - Geneva, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Batiment des forces motrices

Geneva, Switzerland
French FIP radio station broadcast.

SOURCE

EX+ FM master. Complete broadcast, but incomplete show (they did not broadcast two tracks, probably two encores).

LINEAGE : seamless FM broadcast

-> vintage QUAD FM3 tuner -> Zoom H2 -> Goldwave v.5.08 for tracks, edit,DJ talk removal, maximize volume at full dynamic range -> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries


01 - Anabasis
02 - Rakim
03 - Kiko
04 - Lamma Bada
05 - Agape
06 - Amnesia
07 - Sanvean
08 - Nierika
09 - Opium
10 - Ime Preziakas
11 - Now We Are Free
12 - All In Good Time
13 - Ubiquitous Mr Lovegrove
14 - Dreams Made Flesh
15 - Song To The Siren
16 - Rising Of The New Moon


three tracks were not broadcasted:
Children
Host
She-King

Total time 1:32:29

Bridge School Benefit - 2012-10-21 - Mountain View, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Shoreline Amphitheatre


Gary Clark Jr.
Don't Owe You A Thang
Please Come Home
Bright Lights


K.D. Lang
I Confess
Sing It Loud
Constant Craving
Hallelujah


Steve Martin
Unknown
Me And Paul Revere
Atheists Don't Have No Songs
Auden's Train


Lucinda Williams
Can't Let Go
Fruits Of My Labor
Marching The Hate Machines
Get Right With God


Foster The People
Miss You
Houdini
Pumped Up Kicks
Life On The Nickel
Waste

Don't Stop

Sarah McClachlan
Possession
Unknown
Lovin You Is Easy
New Song
Building A Mystery
Ice Cream
Angel


Ray Lamontagne
Repo Man
For The Summer
Beg Sreal Or Borrow
New York Citys Killing Me
Trouble
Like Rock and Roll Radio


The Flaming Lips
Fight Test
Yoshi Battles The Pink Robots Pt 1
It's Summertime
Waiting For A Superman
A Day In The Life


Guns And Roses
You're Crazy
Used To Love Her
Welcome To The Jungle
Better
Sweet Child O Mine
Patience
Don't Let it Bring You Down w/Neil Young
Paradise City
Mountain View, CA, USA

Bob Dylan - 2012-11-18 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC) Spot REC

(Audience FLAC)

TD Banknorth Garden


Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar, keyboard, harp

Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, viola, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel


01 - Guitar Riffs ( ? )
02 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
03 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
04 - Things Have Changed
05 - Tangled Up In Blue
06 - Early Roman Kings
07 - Trying To Get To Heaven (Before They Close The Door)
08 - Summer Days
09 - Visions Of Johanna
10 - Highway 61 Revisited
11 - Forgetful Heart (Hunter/Dylan)
12 - Thunder On The Mountain
13 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
14 - Like A Rolling Stone
15 - All Along The Watchtower

encore
16 - Blowin' In The Wind


98 mins


Here's number 3 of our mans shows. A nice recording of a currently uncirculated show,.... there is more to come but there may be a small delay, be patient.


This is a SPOT recording (thanks again as ever) and the equipment used was: Core Sound High End Binaural (HEB) DPA 4061's with Edirol by Roland R-09.

Bob Dylan - 2012-11-19 - Philadelphia, PA (AUD/FLAC) Spot REC

(Audience FLAC)

Wells Fargo Center


Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar, keyboard, harp

Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, viola, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel


01 - Guitar Riffs ( ? )
02 - You Ain't Going Nowhere
03 - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
04 - Things Have Changed
05 - Tangled Up In Blue
06 - Early Roman Kings
07 - Chimes Of Freedom
08 - Rollin' And Tumblin' (Trad arr McKinley Morganfield)
09 - Desolation Row
10 - Highway 61 Revisited
11 - Mississippi
12 - Thunder On The Mountain
13 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
14 - Like A Rolling Stone
15 - All Along The Watchtower

Encore
16 - Blowin' In The Wind


102 mins

Bob Dylan - 2012-11-20 - Washington, DC (AUD/FLAC) Spot REC

(Audience FLAC)

Verizon Center


Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar, keyboard, harp

Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, viola, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel


01 - Guitar Riffs ( ? )
02 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
03 - To Ramona
04 - Things Have Changed
05 - Tangled Up In Blue
06 - Early Roman Kings
07 - Chimes Of Freedom
08 - Summer Days
09 - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
10 - Highway 61 Revisited
11 - Soon After Midnight
12 - Thunder On The Mountain
13 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
14 - Like A Rolling Stone
15 - All Along The Watchtower 


Encores:
16 - Blowin' In The Wind


95 mins


Notes:

This is a SPOT recording (thanks again as ever) and the equipment used was: Core Sound High End Binaural (HEB) DPA 4061's with Edirol by Roland R-09.

Bob Dylan - 2012-11-21 - Brooklyn, NY (AUD/FLAC) Spot REC

(Audience FLAC)

Barclays Center


Bob Dylan - vocals, guitar, keyboard, harp

Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, viola, electric mandolin, pedal steel, lap steel


01 - Guitar Riffs ( ? )
02 - You Ain't Going Nowhere
03 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
04 - Things Have Changed
05 - Tangled Up In Blue
06 - Early Roman Kings
07 - Chimes Of Freedom
08 - The Levee's Gonna Break
09 - Visions Of Johanna
10 - Highway 61 Revisited
11 - Soon After Midnight
12 - Thunder On The Mountain
13 - Forgetful Heart (Hunter/Dylan)
14 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
15 - Like A Rolling Stone
16 - All Along The Watchtower 


Encores:
17 - Blowin' In The Wind


104 mins

Coldplay - 2009-07-14 - Marysville, CA (MTX/FLAC)



(Matrix FLAC)

Sleep Train Ampitheater

Wireless Sources
Vocals + Guitar + Bass > Multitrack recorder(s)

Wave editing + time alignment in Adobe Audition
Mixing in Nuendo 3

Used Ozone Izotope 4
Final Post-Processing done in Harbal
Cut up + flac'ed by CD Wave

Recorded, mixed, produced, and tracked by Hoserama. Solo job this time!

This is mix 2.0 

01 - Life in Technicolor (2:35)
02 - Violet Hill (3:51)
03 - Clocks (4:33)
04 - In My Place (4:27)
05 - Yellow (6:12)
06 - Glass of Water (4:53)
07 - Cemeteries of London (3:41)
08 - 42 (4:37)
09 - Fix You (5:24)
10 - Strawberry Swing (4:29)
11 - Stage Break (1:08)
12 - God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (2:25)
13 - Talk (3:17)
14 - Postcards from the Edge + The Hardest Part (4:44)
15 - Viva La Vida (4:38)
16 - Lost (3:47)
17 - Stage Break (2:00)
18 - Green Eyes (4:19)
19 - Sitting on the Dock of the Bay (1:04)
20 - Death Will Never Conquer Me (3:14)
21 - Billie Jean (3:50)
22 - Stage Break (3:40)
23 - Politik (6:35)
24 - Lovers In Japan (4:03)
25 - Death and All His Friends (3:44)
26 - Encore Break (3:36)
27 - Chris Talk (0:53)
28 - The Scientists (5:02)
29 - Life In Technicolor II (3:27)

Playlist length:
1  hour 50 minutes 8 seconds

notes by the taper
Regarding the recording, this is an IEM-only matrix mix. Three feeds (Vocals + Guitar + Bass). They put some heavy noise gating on the vocal channels, so when they're not playing you get just about no crowd noise. So in between the stage breaks, there was music playing to the crowd...but it doesn't come through on this recording. They are fans of the click track but its not too bad overall. There is some occasional static and fuzz. I did as much as I could to filter it out but some of it is gonna stay in there unfortunately. 

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The Rolling Stones - 2012-11-29 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

O2 Arena London

STRETTONBULL REMASTER
All kudos to 'Strettonbull' for his great work! 

01 - Get Off of My Cloud
02 - I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles cover)
03 - The Last Time
04 - Paint It Black
05 - Gimme Shelter (with Florence Welch)
06 - Lady Jane
07 - Champagne & Reefer (with Eric Clapton)
08 - Live With Me
09 - Miss You
10 - One More Shot
11 - Doom and Gloom
12 - It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) (with Bill Wyman)
13 - Honky Tonk Women (with Bill Wyman) (followed by band introductions)
14 - Before They Make Me Run
15 - Happy
16 - Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
17 - Start Me Up
18 - Tumbling Dice
19 - Brown Sugar
20 - Sympathy for the Devil

Encore:
21 - You Can't Always Get What You Want (with the London Youth Choir)
22 - Jumpin' Jack Flash
23 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 

Monday, December 3, 2012

Journey - 1981-09-05 - East Troy, WI (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

KRW_CO ANALOG MASTER 

Lineage 
Wls Chicago Fm Broadcast To Analog Master To Cdr Krw Transfer To Eac To Tlh Flac Level 8 

Neal Schon Guitar Vocals 
Steve Perry Vocals 
Ross Valory Bass Vocals 
Steve Smith Drums 
Jonathan Cain Keyboards Vocals 

Disc One 
01 Intro/Escape 
02 Where Were You 
03 The Line Of Fire 
04 Don'T Stop Believing 
05 Stone In Love 
06 Keep On Running 
07 Lights/Stay Awhile 
08 Do You Recall 
09 Loving You Is Easy 

Disc Two 
01 Drum Solo 
02 Too Far Gone 
03 Too Late 
04 Whose Crying Now 
05 The Party'S Over 
06 Wheel In The Sky 
07 Lovin Touchin Squeezing 
08 Any Way You Want It 

Bob Seger - 1980-11-24 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Recorded using a Sony TCD5 M and a couple of Phonia powered mics. 
Cassette played on a Marantz SD 4051 deck, to Zoom H4, SD card to PC, Audacity editions, FLAC (TLH). 

01 Feel like a number 
02 Travelin' man 
03 Beautiful losers 
04 Still the same 
05 Down in main street 
06 Old time rock'n'roll 
07 Get out of Denver 
08 Against the wind 
09 Her strut 
10 Horizontal bop 
11 
12 Betty Lou is getting out tonight 
13 We've got tonight 
14 Turn the page 
15 
16 Ramblin' man 
17 Audience 
18 Hollywood nights 
19 Rock'n'roll never forgets 
20 Rock'n'roll medley 

Tape flip after 10.

Aerosmith - 2012-11-27 - Toronto, ON (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Air Canada Center 

Source: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-8 > Tascam DR-03 (24/48) > USB > Cool Edit Pro (dEdit) > CD Wave (tracking) > Trader's Little Helper > Flac 

dEdits - patched left channel with the right in a couple of spots due to mic bumps, Amplify channels (L +1.45db, R +1.03db), fade in and out, dither to 16/44.1
Encoding to flac level 8, and checksums generated in Trader's Little Helper 

Disc 1 (76.13) 
01 intro 
02 Mama Kin 
03 Love In An Elevator 
04 Jaded 
05 Oh Yeah 
06 Livin' On The Edge 
07 Movin' Out 
08 Walkin' The Dog 
09 Brad Whitford guitar solo 
10 Last Child 
11 Joey Kramer drum solo 
12 Rag Doll 
13 Boogie Man 
14 Red House 
15 Combination 
16 Lover A Lot 

Disc 2 (44.37) 
17 What It Takes 
18 No More No More 
19 Come Together 
20 Dude (Looks Like A Lady) 
21 Walk This Way 
22 encore break 
23 You See Me Crying > Dream On 
24 Sweet Emotion 

Total - 120 min 50 sec 

My first ever concert was Aerosmith 22 years ago in the Pump tour. Only decided last week to go along to the show, hence not the greatest taping location up in section 307, even moved back a few rows to have a little more room rather than being wedged into my seat in a full row. Loved the show, lots of fun although the 8 minute drum solo gets a little boring. 

Bob Dylan - 2012-10-29 - Broomfield, CO (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Card mics> batt box filter> 
Marantz PMD620 @ 48 khz/24bit 44.1 khz/16bit conversion 

Splitting tracks and EQ with Adobe Audition 1.5 
Conversion to .flac w/Trader's Little Helper level 8 

Taped from: Floor Section CCC row 15 

01. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight 
02. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue 
03. Things Have Changed 
04. Tangled Up In Blue 
05. The Levee's Gonna Break w/ Mark Knopfler 
06. Shelter From The Storm 
07. High Water (For Charley Patton) 
08. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall 
09. Highway 61 Revisited 
10. Tryin' To Get To Heaven 
11. Thunder On The Mountain 
12. Ballad Of A Thin Man 
13. Like A Rolling Stone 
14. Band Intro 
15. All Along The Watchtower 
16.(encore) 
17. Blowin' In The Wind