Thursday, March 31, 2016

Pink Floyd - 1977-06-27 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd - 1977-06-27 Boston Garden, Boston, MA, USA (PRRPSAE009) 2 source stereo

Taper 1: Steve Hopkins
Location: FOB

Lineage
Sony ECM-99a > Sony TC-158SD > cass[master] >DAT[?] > cdr[?] > EAC > WAV > archived in shn

Source comment:
T.Mack (Yeeshkul): Almost certain this is a Master DAT clone and even if it's not, it's still damn good.
PRRP: Have a Cigar version is closer to proper speed but trails off after 18,000Hz more than this version. Both have step-wise processing artifact after 16,000Hz but Have a Cigar verion goes to zero and this version does not. This version is clipped and runs too fast but both problems were corrected.

Taper 2: Dan Lampinski
Location: Floor section CC, Row 20, Seat 4
Lineage : Two Nakamichi CM-300 Microphones > Nakamichi 550 Tape Recorder > Master Cassette > Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction > M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 > CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files > Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) > CDWAV (track breaks) > FLAC

Band:
David Gilmour - guitar, vocals
Roger Waters - bass, vocals
Richard Wright - keyboards, vocals
Nick Mason - drums, percussion
Dick Parry - saxophone
Snowy White - guitar

Set I
01 Sheep 11:29
02 Pigs On The Wing (Part 1) 1:26
03 Dogs 18:58
04 Pigs On The Wing (Part 2) 2:19
05 Pigs (Three Different Ones) 19:28
Total Time 53:40

Set 2
01 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (I-V) 13:17
02 Welcome To The Machine 8:34
03 Have A Cigar 5:06
04 Wish You Were Here 6:57
05 Shine On You Crazy Diamond (VI-IX) 22:10
06 Money 12:16
07 Us and Them 8:11
Total Time: 76:31

Remaster
1. Correct clicks, pops and tape imperfections of each source
2. Match EQ and verify pitch in each source
3. Dynamics differed between sources so channels balanced, clipping repaired.
4. Sync sources and correct speed
5. Repair missing sections using material from alternate source to complete each recording.
7 gaps repaired in Hopkins restoring 6 minutes and 41 seconds to the recording.
7 gaps repaired in Lampinski restoring 1 minute and 18 seconds to the recording.
6. Create stereo field
7. Correct phasing and center sound
8. Adjust dynamics
9. Track

Notes:
Limited stereo field noted in each source. This is improved by the 2-source blending process "As the Fear Grows" stated by one of the tapers at 5:15 of Sheep, Roger shouts '48' at 12:26 during 'Pigs (Three Different Ones).
In Lampinski source a strong whistle can be heard just before the beginning of Wish You Were Here. It is heard faintly in Hopkins.
Money guitar solo differs from typical performance, using interesting effects.
Roger announces "Us and Them"
Roger says "The perfect end to a perfect day" at the end of the performance

As The Fear Grows

Well, it's that time of the year again. Time to rejoice and celebrate another fruitful year in the life of the PRRP remastering group. Once more, our dedicated staff has made every possible effort to offer a good variety of exciting material to the ever growing progressive rock fan base. Over the years, the Special Anniversary Edition release has always been very special to us, its content carefully chosen to stand out from our regular programme of releases. This ninth edition of the anniversary special will be no exception to that rule. It features, for the first time in this instance, one of the most iconic bands in the history of rock music, the mighty Pink Floyd.

Pink Floyd is one of the most bootlegged bands in history, most of its tours widely documented in terms of high quality recordings, be it from radio or audience sources, and fans have been collecting these for over 40 years now. 'Most' is the key word here. Throughout these years, fans have desperately been searching for a high quality recording from the 1977 'Animals' tour. None of the shows from this tour was ever broadcast, and if Pink Floyd themselves have recorded some of them along the way, those must be surely kept under lock and key because no trace of such a recording has ever appeared anywhere, officially or not.

It is a well-known fact that this particular era in the band's life was not their favorite by far. Internal tensions were building up slowly, and although the 'Animals'album was a fine one in the end, it does however suggest that Roger Waters had already begun to take over as the main driving force behind the band. Shades of things to come. This new album was the beginning of a new phase in the band's existence, one that eventually drove Gilmour, Wright and Mason away from the Waters-driven Floyd. Even years later, when David Gilmour had resurrected the Pink Floyd name for two great albums and tours, it came as no surprise to see that none of the tracks from the 'Animals' album were ever included in the band's live sets.

Back in 1977, however, the band did embark on a long an gruelling tour to promote the album. Being the consummate perfectionists they always were, the band gave all that they had to offer fantastic and memorable live performances. Sadly, only a handful of the audience recordings that were made over the course of this turned out well, and those could only be granted a 'B' rating at best.

A short while ago, however, it was discovered that two young men from the Boston area, Dan Lampinski and Steve Hopkins, both known for the high quality of their audience recordings from the seventies, were at The Garden on June 27th, 1977, as Pink Floyd performed the 'Animals' show. Dan and Steve always used the best portable equipment available at the time, so both men achieved amazing results that night. After laying dormant for many years, these recordings were recently made available, and both received rave reviews from the fans.

Now here's the PRRP twist. Both of these recordings are truly good, separately. Each has its own merits, but is limited to a rather narrow acoustic field. Since the two tapers were sitting on opposite sides of the Garden, the PRRP sound engineer decided to combine the two recordings to try and increase the acoustic field. What you hold in your hands is the result of this meticulous and time-consuming process. This true labor of love was no waste of time by any means. The joining of the two recordings has not only widened the acoustic field, but also improved the overall sound and created a surprising stereo effect, which makes for a stunning listening experience. Only you, the fans, will be able to pass an unbiased judgment on this, but I personally believe this combined remaster to be the very best sounding 'Animals' tour recording EVER. Enjoy !

RH

Notes from the Re-Master
What a great opportunity! Two high quality audience recordings of Pink Floyd during their wonderful 1977 tour. The Dan Lampinski team has provided us with his high quality source. The Steve Hopkins source has been available in various forms for a number of years. There has been some debate regarding the best source for the Hopkins recording. A presumed, master DAT clone was available on Yeeshkul as was a version called "Have a Cigar". Both showed some signs of probable high-frequency processing but the Cigar version frequency response drops close to zero while the master clone does not. For this reason, the master clone was used for this project.

Both recordings captured the full show but a number of gaps occurred in each. The largest gap was close to 5 minutes in the Hopkins recording during Shine On You Crazy Diamond part 6-9. Mr. Hopkins may have had to hide his equipment for security personnel at that time. Of course, for each gap, only one source was available but fortunately, all gaps were staggered so they were all filled using the other source. Since this is a two source stereo remaster, during the single source, gap filled segments, there is a noticeable change in the stereo field. This is particularly true during the long Hopkins gap. For the other smaller gaps, the change is brief.

Each recording was separately remastered. During the process, non-destructive repairs were made to clicks, pops and other tape imperfections. Pitch and frequency response/EQ were then compared and matched as close as possible. The dynamics of the two recordings differed greatly so calculations were made to match average and total power for each. The two recordings were then synchronized to the exact same run time. A stereo field was then created by blending the two sources together.

The individual recordings were each high quality but both had limited stereo field characteristics on their own. By combining the recordings, the overall stereo field was greatly expanded and better reproduced the experience that must have existed in the venue that night. Phasing was corrected and routines were used to center the sound in the stereo field. The final recording was then tracked using traditional tracking points.

PRRP Staff

Iron Maiden - 2016-03-30 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Madison Square Garden

Lineage:
Sony ECM-717-> Edirol r09-> Goldwave (track splitting, level boost 5%) -> TLH (FLAC level 8)

01. Intro
02. If Eternity Should Fail
03. Speed of Light
04. Children of the Damned
05. Tears of a Clown
06. The Red and the Black
07. The Trooper
08. Powerslave
09. Death or Glory
10. The Book of Souls
11. Hallowed Be Thy Name
12. Fear of the Dark
13. Iron Maiden
14. The Number of the Beast
15. Blood Brothers
16. Wasted Years

Amazing show by Iron Maiden, I love that they played 6 new songs. The recording came out pretty good, some crowd noise and people talking can be heard between the songs.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

David Gilmour - 2016-03-27 - Inglewood, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

DAVID GILMOUR
The Forum
Inglewood, CA
March 27, 2016

Sound Pros BMC-12>SBSB-11>Roland R-05>44khz>24bit WAV>Audacity>AIFF>FLAC

Disc One
(First Set)
01. 5:00 AM
02. Rattle That Lock
03. Faces of Stone
04. Wish You Were Here
05. What Do You Want From Me
06. A Boat Lies Waiting
07. The Blue
08. Money
09. Us and Them
10. In Any Tongue
11. High Hopes
(Second Set)
12. Astronomy Domine

Disc Two
01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pts. I - IV)
02. Fat Old Sun
03. Coming Back to Life
04. Band Introductions
05. The Girl In the Yellow Dress
06. Today
07. Sorrow
08. Run Like Hell
09. Time/Breathe (Reprise)
10. Comfortably Numb

Recorded and seeded by interlude2. Matrixing is fine but please don’t share in mp3 or “remix” and reseed as a new version.

This is a very good recording from Section 208. Only the second time I have used this new equipment so I mistakenly had the R-05 set for 44khz instead of 96 by mistake, but I did record in 24 bit. These files are downgraded to AIFF for convenience. Once I get more practice I will start sharing 24 bit WAV but did not seem to make sense this time because I used 44 khz.

There are only a couple of unfortunate spots with a guy yelling, "Sit down!" Otherwise, I think all you Floydheads are really going to enjoy this!

Monday, March 28, 2016

The Rolling Stones - 2015-07-01 - Raleigh, NC (IEM/MTX/FLAC)

(IEM/MTX/FLAC)

The Rolling Stones 
Carter-Finley Stadium, Raleigh, NC, USA 
1st July 2015 

Shine The Wolfpack Country 

XAVEL-SMS-046 

[Multiple IEM Sources + Audience Source = Matrix Recording] 

Lineage: 
Silver CDs > XLD (secure and accurate ripper) > FLAC 

(Disc 1) 
01. Opening 
02. Jumpin' Jack Flash 
03. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) 
04. Let's Spend the Night Together 
05. Tumbling Dice 
06. Out Of Control 
07. Bitch 
08. Moonlight Mile 
09. Shine A Light (Song Vote Winner) 
10. Honky Tonk Women 
11. Band Introduction 
12. Before They Make Me Run (with Keith on lead vocals) 
13. Happy (with Keith on lead vocals) 
14. Midnight Rambler 

(Disc 2) 
01. Miss You 
02. Gimme Shelter 
03. Start Me Up 
04. Sympathy For The Devil 
05. Brown Sugar 
06. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with The Duke Vespers Ensemble) 
07. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 
08. Closing 

Led Zeppelin - 1977-05-25 - Landover, MD (SBD/FLAC) Maryland Moonshine I


(Soundboard FLAC)

Live at the Capitol Centre

Maryland Moonshine I (Empress Valley Supreme Disc EVSD 571-573) 3CDs taken from 'Maryland Moonshine' 12CD set

Lineage:
Silver CDs->EAC(secure offset corrected)->Traders Little Helper->FLAC8

Disc 1
01. The Song Remains The Same
02. The Rover / Sick Again
03. Nobody's Fault But Mine
04. In My Time Of Dying
05. Since I've Been Loving You
06. No Quarter

Disc 2
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To california
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountain Side
08. Kashmir

Disc 3
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway To Heaven
05. Whole Lotta Love
06. Rock And Roll

Kate Bush - 1979-04-16 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Title: Monday Night At The London Palladium 
Venue: London Palladium 
Location: London England 
Date: 16th April 1979 
Source: Purplecockney master audience recording 

Lineage: 
Philips mono cassette w/electret con. mic. > master tape > Aiwa AD-F850 tape deck > Audacity > WAV > CDR > EAC > .WAV > TLH > Flac Level 8

Kate Bush - Vocals, Piano 
Ben Barson - Synthesizer, Acoustic Guitar 
Brian Bath - Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Vocal Harmonies 
Paddy Bush - Mandolin, Vocal Harmonies, Additional Instrumentation 
Glenys Groves - Backing Vocals 
Preston Heyman - Drums, Percussion 
Kevin McAlea Piano, Keyboards, Saxophone, 12 String Guitar 
Alan Murphy - Electric Guitar, Whistle 
Del Palmer - Bass 
Liz Pearson - Backing Vocals 

CD1 (61:23) 
01 - Moving 
02 - The Saxophone Song 
03 - Room For The Life 
04 - Them Heavy People 
05 - The Man With The Child In His Eyes 
06 - Egypt 
07 - L'Amour Looks Something Like You 
08 - Violin 
09 - The Kick Inside 
10 - In The Warm Room 
11 - Fullhouse 
12 - Strange Phenomena 
13 - Hammer Horror 
14 - Kashka From Baghdad 

CD2 (58:27) 
01 - Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake 
02 - Wow 
03 - Coffee Homeground 
04 - In Search Of Peter Pan 
05 - Symphony In Blue 
06 - Feel It 
07 - Kite 
08 - James And The Cold Gun 
09 - Oh England My Lionheart 
10 - Wuthering Heights 

Duration: 119:50 Min 

Tape Transfer Notes: 
A big thank you to Mick Stones for his part in converting the master tape to CD 

Notes: 
A massive thank you goes to Purplecockney for taping and getting these new 2010 transfers of his master rcordings to me to share in this great community. 

Roger Waters - 2002-03-05 - Santiago, CL (SBD/FLAC)

(SBD Master FLAC)

The Happiest Night of Our Lives
From bootleg; "The Happiest Night Of Our Lives", manufactured by the Comunidad Floydiana in Chile.

Lineage:
SBD/(pre-FM) > Silvers > EAC (wav) > flac
***note: this is not the lossy - mp3 version. This is really a clean master ***

CD 1:
01. In The Flesh
02. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives/Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)
03. Mother
04. Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert/Southampton Dock
05. Pigs On The Wing (Part I)
06. Dogs
07. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
08. Welcome To The Machine
09. Wish You Were Here
10. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)

CD2:
01. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
02. Speak To Me/ Breathe (In The Air)
03. Time/Breathe (Reprise)
04. Money
05. The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking part XI (AKA 5:06 AM Every Strangers Eyes)
06. Perfect Sense (Parts I & II)
07. The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range
08. It's A Miracle
09. Amused To Death

CD3:
01. Brain Damage
02. Eclipse
03. Band Introduction
04. Comfortably Numb
05. Each Small Candle

Superb quality: A+.
This is NOT the broadcast version (so you don't have to listen the annoying "futuro" radio-mark). No MP3 was involved in any part of the lineage. This is the lossless version.

The Rolling Stones - 2015-07-04 - Indianapolis, IN (IEM/MTX/FLAC)

(IEM MTX FLAC)

The Rolling Stones
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, IN, USA
4th July 2015

Indipendence Day At The Indy Speedway

XAVEL-SMS-047

[Multiple IEM Sources + Audience Source = Matrix Recording]

Lineage:
Silver CDs > XLD (secure and accurate ripper) > FLAC

(Disc 1)
01. Opening 
02. Jumpin' Jack Flash 
03. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It) 
04. Let's Spend the Night Together 
05. Tumbling Dice 
06. Out Of Control 
07. Let It Bleed (Song Vote Winner) 
08. Wild Horses 
09. Bitch 
10. Honky Tonk Women 
11. Band Introduction 
12. Before They Make Me Run (with Keith on lead vocals) 
13. Happy (with Keith on lead vocals) 
14. Midnight Rambler 

(Disc 2) 
01. Miss You 
02. Gimme Shelter 
03. Start Me Up 
04. Sympathy For The Devil 
05. Brown Sugar 
06. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with The Duke Vespers Ensemble) 
07. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 
08. Closing 

Yes - 2004-08-27 - Holmdel, NJ (AUD/SHN)



(Audience SHN)

CAPTURED LIVE BY: DEFINITIVE STEALTH WORKS. 
Never encode Definitive Stealth Works to mp3 and share.Dont sell and Please trade freely. THX 

Name: THE TIME IS NOW 
Location: HOLMDEL N.J. U.S.A. 
Venue: PNC ARTS CENTER 
Source / sp-cmc-8 minimic >spsb6s-24>NEUROS 30 GB HD HANDHELD>ADOBE AUDITION>SHN 
taper: Rider 
transferred: Rider 
Quality: A 

Jon Anderson
Steve Howe
Chris Squire
Rick Wakeman
Alan White 

Disc 1 
01.Intro 
02.Going For The One 
03.Drum Thing 
04.Don'T Kill The Whale 
05.All Good People 
06.America 
07.Going For The One 
08. The Clap 

Disc 2 
Acouistic Set 
01.Long Distance Runaround 
02.Wonderous Stories 
03.Fun Chat 
04.Roundabout 
05.Alan'S Story 
06.Owner Of A Lonley Heart 
07.Rick'S Piano Thing 
08.And You And I 
09.Awaken 
10.Encore Cheere 

Encore 
11.Your Is No Discrace 

Time: 2:08:44 

Changes: 
- Decoding to wav 
- Removing silence at the beginning of disc 1, track 8 (44101 samples) 
- Zero padding at the end of disc 1, track 8 (604 samples) 
- Re-encoding to shn

David Bowie (R.I.P.) - Toy (STU/FLAC)


(vinyl rip - true lossless 11 songs)

Label: ISO /Columbia COL 5020001 1
Audio Source: Studio.
Lineage: LP --> Audacity --> WAV --> CEP2 --> FLAC 8

Number of Discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 49m 10s

Notes: Ripped from vinyl, declicked manually in CEP2, lineage checked for MP3 ancestry - CDDA 99% probable, (screenshots included in torrent)

Info: I bought this to see if thetracks were from the MP3 source, and was pleased to find they weren't. The LP arrived the same day as my replacement stylus, so this is a fresh transfer with a pristine needle.

Tracks missing from MP3 version circulating elsewhere

Baby Loves That Way (original track 3);
Conversation Piece (original track 5) and
You've Got a Habit Of Leaving (original track 11)

It goes without saying - if anyone DOES find a non MP3 source for the CD, please share.

01 - Uncle Floyd
02 - Afraid
03 - I Dig Everything
04 - Let Me Sleep Beside You
05 - Toy (Your Turn To Drive)
06 - Hole In The Ground
07 - Shadow Man
08 - In The Heat Of The Morning
09 - Silly Boy Blue
10 - Liza Jane
11 - The London Boys

David Bowie (R.I.P.) - 1978-05-31 - Bremen, DE (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Secret Lounge 1977 Breman
Venue: Breman, Musikladen Extra. May 31, 1978
Source: Ex Mono Soundboard Recording
Lineage: 3D-Reauty Crassics (3DC-DB-001 Breman) Boot 1CD > EAC > FLAC

01: Warsaw
02: Beauty And Beast
03: Heroes
04: Stay
05: Jean Genie
06: TVC 15
07: Arabama Song
08: Rebel Rebel

Journey - 1980-04-12 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)



(SBD or Pre-FM FLAC)

Messin' with the Kid CD Gypsy Eye – GE-129/130

LINEAGE:
2CD -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC

CD1
01. Majestic
02. Where Were You
03. Just the Same Way
04. Lovin' You is Easy
05. La Do Da/Drum Solo
06. Too Late
07. Kohoutek
08. People and Places
09. Dixie Highway
10. Walks Like a Lady

CD2
01. Winds of March
02. Feeling that Way
03. Anytime
04. Line of Fire
05. Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'
06. Wheel in the Sky
07. Anyway You Want It
08. Patiently
09. Opened the Door
10. Precious Time

From the original file:
You wanted the best, you got the best.... This is one of the best Journey shows available in trading circles. I did some research and as far as I can tell none of these tracks were used for official releases like 'Captured' or the 'Greatest Hits' DVD. So luckily, I didn't have to leave out any tracks (I hate incomplete shows!). The bootleg is called 'Messin' with the Kid', and it has a great sound. IMO Journey never got any better than during this time... I don't have artwork, but perhaps you can find it on the internet, since it's a pretty well-known bootleg. 

Journey - 1979-04-15 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

LINEAGE: 
Silver CD's > unknown details on speed/pitch correction > Easy Media Creator 2010 Pro (to rename tracks) > TLH (fixed SBE's, checked with no errors, and created ffp & md5 files)) > you 

Band: Journey 
Location: Tokyo, Japan 
Venue: Shibuya-Kaikando 
Date: April 15th, 1979 
Label: Gypsy Eye 
Title: Live My Life 
Artwork: Yes 
CD's: 2 
Type: SB 
Size: 627 MB 

CD 1: 
01. La Do Da 
02. Next 
03. Feeling That Way 
04. Anytime 
05. Lights 
06. Too Late/Kohoutek 
07. Winds Of March 
08. Steve Perry band intro 
09. Karma 
10. On A Saturday Night 

CD 2: 
01. City Of The Angels 
02. Do You Recall 
03. Daydream 
04. Of A Lifetime 
05. Lady Luck 
06. Can Do 
07. Just The Same Way 
08. Lovin' You Is Easy 
09. Wheel In The Sky 
10. Patiently 
11. Opened The Door 
12. She Makes Me (Feel Alright) 

Here is an excellent soundboard of Journey's third from last concert in Tokyo in 1979. They did three shows in Tokyo in 1979 (I've got them all). They played 1979-04-15, 04-16, and 04-18; so obviously this was the first night's show.

This show has some unique songs Journey didn't normally do live, and even if they did, we don't have other live recordings of the songs. They added both "Lady Luck" and "Can Do" to the set and put the songs in during the latter half of the show but before the ending songs. 

This is a superb performance by Journey. There are a few flaws in the recording, but they definitely do not ruin the show. And this source I'm uploading is the very best one I've found. The high's are clean and clear unlike other copies of the show I've heard and the high's don't create the hiss associated with EQ'ing the tracks. It's my opinion that this is just a better source than other copies that have surfaced. 

This is Journey in their prime. It was after they were known of and were on the radio, but it was also before they became superstars in 1981 with the release of their "Escape" LP. They're on fire and sound great. 

Jackson Browne with David Lindley - 1987-05-19 - Santa Cruz, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage
Digital Master PCM > PCM Clone > CDR @44.1

CD 1
1. Take It Easy
2. Our Lady Of The Well
3. Across The Borderline
4. Linda Paloma
5. For Everyman
6. Cocaine
7. Tiki Torches At Twilight
8. Pretty Girl Rules The World
9. Call It A Loan ->
10. Quarter Of A Man

CD 2
1. How Long
2. For A Dancer
3. Crow On The Cradle
4. Instrumental
5. The Times You’ve Come (w/ Bonnie Raitt)
6. Can’t Sit Down
7. Before The Deluge

Jackson Browne - 1980-11-13 - Osaka, JP (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Fountain of Pleasure
Festival Hall: Osaka, Japan

Lineage:
CDR acquired in trade > EAC (secure mode) > HD > TLH > FLAC

Jackson Browne: vocals, guitars
David Lindley: guitars, etc., backing vocals
Craig Doerge: grand piano
Bill Payne: Hammond B3 organ and synthesizers
Bob Glaub: bass
Russell Kunkel: drums
Doug Haywood: guitars, backing vocals
Rosemary Butler: backing vocals

Disc 1 (69:56)
01. The Fuse
02. For Everyman
03. Here Come Those Tears Again
04. Fountain of Sorrow
05. Your Bright Baby Blues
06. You Love the Thunder
07. Call It a Loan
08. Of Missing Persons
09. Disco Apocalypse
10. That Girl Could Sing

Disc 2 (65:10)
01. Hold Out
02. Boulevard
03. Doctor My Eyes
04. Running on Empty
05. Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate
06. The Pretender
07. band intros
08. Hold On Hold Out
09. The Load Out
10. Stay
11. The Road and the Sky

A gorgeous soundboard recording from the Hold Out Tour: the last tour on which David Lindley was a regular member of Jackson's band. The show features some unique arrangements of several of the songs by Jackson's outstanding band as well as a few songs seldom played before or after this tour. The recording has eliminated most of the material between songs and unfortunately edited out the last line of The Load Out, but this is, without doubt, the highest quality ROIO of Jackson Browne with band during the David Lindley era.

Heart - 1985-08-25 - Memphis, TN (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Heart
Mud Island Amphitheatre
Memphis Tn
August 25Th 1985

Kbfh Abc Radio Networks For Broadcast December 8Th 1985

Lineage
Pre Fm Lp Masters Newmark Turntable To Cdr No Ids To Plextools Pro/Wav 16/44.1 To Audio Cleaning Lab For Track Marks And Edits/Wav 16/44.1 To Tlh Flac Level 8 All Ads Have Been Edited Out All Lp Flips Have Been Edited Together

Ann Wilson Vocals Flute Guitar Keyboards Violin Autoharp
Nancy Wilson Guitar Vocals Mandolin Keyboards Harmonica
Howard Leese Guitar Mandolin Keyboards Recorder Autoharp
Mark Andes Bass Backing Vocals
Denny Carmassi Drums

01 KBFH Intro
02 If Looks Could Kill
03 Barracuda
04 Straight On
05 These Dreams
06 Bebe le Strange
07 Even It Up
08 How Can I Refuse
09 Never
10 Crazy On You
11 Magic Man
12 What About Love
13 KBFH Outro

Genesis - 1986-10-17 - Inglewood, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

King Biscuit Flower Hour Best Of The Biscuit #683-87 & #684-87
Live at The Los Angeles Forum
Los Angeles, California, USA

Lineage:
Original King Biscuit Flower Hour pre-FM Vinyl LPs > audio-technica AT-LP60-USB Turntable > Audacity -> .wav files > Goldwave >Trader's Little Helper Level 8 > FLAC files > You

So here it is... one of the best Genesis radio programs ever broadcast!  Back in June of 1987, the King Biscuit Flower Hour ran a two part "Best Of" special over the course of two consecutive Sunday evenings containing portions of the now infamous L.A. Forum show from 17 October 1986.  I captured those shows onto cassette tapes, but I lost them some years later during a move.

Part I KBFH #683-87:
Part I / Side A (Original Air Date: 7 June 1987):
A1. Bill Minkin Part I Radio Intro / Mama
A2. Abacab
A3. Commercial Block - Budweiser / U.S. Army / Right Guard

Part I / Side B (Original Air Date: 7 June 1987):
B1. Bill Minkin Radio Intro / Phil Chat
B2. Land Of Confusion
B3. Domino: Part I (In The Glow Of The Night)
B4. Domino: Part II (The Last Domino)
B5. Commercial Block - U.S. Army / Right Guard / Bain de Soleil / Rolaids

Part I / Side C (Original Air Date: 7 June 1987):
C1. Phil Collins KBFH Radio ID
C2. Bill Minkin Radio Intro / In Too Deep
C3. Follow You, Follow Me
C4. That's All (Slight skip @ 1:13  / 11:45 on full .wav file)
C5. Commercial Block - Right Guard / U.S Army / Budweiser
C6. Bill Minkin Part I Radio Outro (Second Home By The Sea background music)

Note: Side D is blank and contains no music on both Parts I & II

Part II KBFH #684-87:
Part II / Side A (Original Air Date: 14 June 1987):
A1. Bill Minkin Part II Radio Intro (The Brazilian background music)
A2. Commercial Block - Budweiser
A3. Bill Minkin Radio Intro / Tonight, Tonight, Tonight
A4. Throwing It All Away
A5. Commercial Block - U.S. Army / Suzuki

Part II / Side B (Original Air Date: 14 June 1987):
B1. Bill Minkin Radio Intro
B2. Medley: In The Cage / Cinema Show / The Colony Of Slippermen / In That Quiet Earth / *Supper's Ready
B3. Commercial Block - "Roxanne" Film Ad / Greyhound / Right Guard / Rolaids
(*Misidentified as Musical Box on Part II Cue Sheet)

Part II / Side C (Original Air Date: 14 June 1987):
C1. Mike Rutherford KBFH Radio ID
C2. Bill Minkin Radio Intro / Invisible Touch
C3. Turn It On Again (Standard version, not the extended medley)
C4. Commercial Block - U.S. Army / Suzuki / Budweiser
C5. Bill Minkin Part II Radio Outro (Los Endos background music)

Note: Side D is blank and contains no music on both Parts I & II

Frank Sinatra - 1984-05-11 - Chicago, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Arie Crown Theater
Uncirculated SBD Master

Lineage 
Record: SBD>Unknown Sony cassette deck>Maxell XL11 cassette tape 
Playback: CM>Nak ZX-7 Azymuth Adj>R-09HR>16 441>SD>hd>CDwav for splits>TLH>flac8

Orchestra conducted by Joe Parnello
Bass Gene Cherico
Drummer Irv Cottle
Guitar Tony Motolla 
The rest of the orchestra were local musicians 

01) Fly me to the moon 2:40
02) Here’s to the band 4:13 
03) Frank talks 1:00 
04) Please be kind 2:54
05) The best of everything 3:01
06) My way 2:47
07) Frank talks :49
08) New York, New York 4:18
09) Frank talks 1:04
10) This is all I ask 3:28 
11) Come rain or come shine 3:36
12) Frank talks 6:21
13) It's all right with me 3:01
14) When your lover has gone 3:15
15) LA. Is my lady 3:09
16) Frank intros the bass player, drummer, and conductor 2:27
17) Acoustic guitar solo 3:47
18) Guess I’ll hang my tears out to dry 3:59
19) Pennies from heaven 4:02
20) How do you keep the music playing? 4:15
21) My kind of town 3:59

TT 1:08.53

Let me start by saying this is a SBD Master. I love Frank and was very excited to have tracked this down. About 10 years ago I met a guy I was going to by some electronics from. After talking for a while, he told me he worked sound at many of the theaters in Chicago. He told me he (and some other folk) recorded a bunch of shows including, crooners, broadway and comedy etc. Needless to say I am now have them in my possession and will begin start transferring many of these masters to digital. Some are on cassette, others from the 90's are on Mini-Disc masters. Bumping into this guy was a very random and serendipitous event. 

It took a lot of research to find the correct date for this show. In May of 1984, Frank played 5 shows at the Arie Crown Theater in Chicago. (It's located inside the McCormick Place Convention Center along the lake front). Based on the setlist and a few comments by Frank, this is the May 11th show. 

Now it's time to listen to the Chairman of The Board. So turn it up and "Make it one more for my baby, and one more for the road". 

Emmylou Harris - 2011-07-31 - Newport, RI (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Newport Folk Festival 

Lineage:
FM > Behringer UFO202 > Sound Forge 9 > Audacity > Flac frontend 

01 - Six White Cadillacs (3:20)
02 - Orphan Girl (3:46)
03 - Red Dirt Girl (4:30)
04 - Kern River (3:58)
05 - Hello Stranger (4:00)
06 - Michelangelo (4:56)
07 - Pancho And Lefty (5:31)
08 - The Death Of Emmett Till (5:21)
09 - The Road (5:51)
10 - Get Up John (3:01)
11 - Luxury Liner (4:57)
12 - Calling My Children Home (3:25)
13 - Sin City (3:29)
14 - Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight (4:18)
15 - Goodbye (4:58)
16 - Wheels (3:01)
17 - Born To Run (5:23)
18 - Evangeline (3:36)

Total 1:17:21

Chickenfoot - 2012-05-25 - Thackerville, OK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Winstar Casino
Thackerville OK

SP Core Mics> Battery box with Bass Rolloff at 16Hz>
Zoom H4n 16 bit 44.1htz >HDD>Goldwave to split the file >
traders little helper flac level 7

Recorded from Center section B, right in front of the soundboard

01 Lighten Up
02 Big Foot
03 Last Temptation
04 Sexy Little Thing
05 Soap on a Rope
06 Up Next
07 My Kinda Girl
08 Down the Drain
09 Something Going Wrong
10 Turnin' Left
11 Future in the Past
12 Different Devil
13 Oh Yeah
14 Rock Candy

Excellent show from Chickenfoot. Setlist was adjusted slightly with Alright Alright dropped and Up Next inserted. It was a good crowd for recording as no one was to talkative and they were all into the music.

Sunday, March 27, 2016

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS!!!!


David Gilmour - 2016-03-25 - Hollywood, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

David Gilmour
2016-03-25
The Hollywood Bowl
Hollywood, California USA 

Recorded & Transfered By: Robert Mullen (lvrwm) 

Equipment/Lineage: Audience/SP-CMC-25 mics (Croakies)>SP-SPSB-11(Battery Boost Box, with bass-roll-off at 69Hz)>Sony PCM-M10>CD Wave Editor(tracking)>Traders Little Helper flac level 8. 

Recorder Settings: PCM-M10 at 44.1 kHz/16 bit, low mic sensitivity, manual record, limiter on, mic power off, low cut filter off, speed control off. 

Set I:
01-5 A.M. 03:02 
02-Rattle That Lock 05:18 
03-Faces Of Stone 05:38 
04-Wish You Were Here 05:21 
05-What Do You want From Me 05:06
06-A Boat Lies Waiting 04:32 
07-The Blue 06:36
08-Money 08:03
09-Us And Them 08:08
10-In Any Tongue 07:13
11-High Hopes 10:10

Set II:
01-Astronomy Domine 04:49 
02-Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V) 10:14
03-Fat Old Sun 06:58 
04-Coming Back To Life 07:01
05-Band Introductions 02:05
06-The Girl In The Yellow Dress 06:30 
07-Today 06:38 
08-Sorrow 10:51 
09-Run Like Hell 07:43
10-crowd/encore break 03:47 

Encores:
11-Time 06:52 
12-Comfortably Numb 08:28

Total Time: 124 minutes 13 seconds

Comments: 
Here is our capture of David Gilmour's 2nd night at the Hollywood Bowl. We were located near the center of the bowl in G2, row 20, in line with the stage left loudspeakers. The LA Area Crowd was actually not too badly behaved this evening, one group of late-arrivers mid-way thru the 3rd song are briefly audible. The recording came out well. David and his band performed an entertaining show with varied material from early Pink Floyd thru his new solo material. We enjoyed this performance. Enjoy! 

Joni Mitchell - 1998-08-15 - Bethel, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Joni Mitchell
August 15, 1998
"A Day In The Garden" Festival
Max Yasgur's Farm, Bethel, New York, USA

Lineage: SBD>Ku-band analog satellite broadcast(stereo) > DAT > Cool Edit NR > DAT > CDR I received by mail > EAC > FLAC(level 8)

(Almost all files are identical to those in the original torrent. I had to remove the .txt suffix from the Fingerprint filename, so I added the ticket jpeg, and changed the info.txt file and the .md5 checksum.)

SQ: Excellent, I rate it "A". The original Dime posting of this recording received 378 snatches; the last repost received 549 Snatches...

Joni Mitchell: guitar, vocals
Greg Liesz: guitar, pedal steel
Mark Isham: trumpet
Larry Klein: bass
Brian Blade: drums

01 Hejira 6:34
02 Comes Love 5:18
03 Face Lift 4:28
04 Summertime 6:08
05 The Crazy Cries Of Love 4:17
06 No Apologies 4:10
07 Sex Kills 5:28
08 The Magdalene Laundries 4:43
09 Black Crow 3:52
10 Moon At The Window 4:23
11 Slouching Towards Bethlehem 6:22
12 Just Like This Train 4:40
13 Big Yellow Taxi 3:32
14 Trouble Man 4:56
15 Woodstock 4:33

Total Time: 73:28
Size: 420MB

Soundgarden - 1992-07-22 - Bremerton, WA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Lollapalooza
Kitsap County Fairgrounds

Five Minute Chapters.
Video: MPEG2 Video 720x480 (4:3) 29.97fps 9334Kbps
Audio: Dolby AC3 48000Hz stereo 384Kbps

Lineage:
Pro Shot Low Gen VHS>Standalone DVD>DVD DEcrypter

Chris Cornell - V/G
Kim Thayill - G
Matt Cameron - D
Ben Shepherd - B

01. Gun
02. Jesus Christ Pose
03. Outshined
04. Big Dumb Sex
05. Ugly Truth
06. Rusty Cage
07. Slaves And Bulldozers
08. Searching With My Good Eye Closed

Notes:
Nice pro shot video of a fine Soundgarden Lollapalooza set. Was apparently a cool day in July as the temperature coupled with the rain resulted in a massive fogbank coming off the bodies in the crowd. Sometimes it looks like the band is performing in the steamroom at the Y. This is probably the only time you'll see Chris play a song wearing a bright yellow hooded raincoat like we all sported in 1st grade. Chris plays quite a bit of guitar on this one. Unexpected pleasure - getting a 7 minute version of "Ugly Truth". Ben Shepherd is a nut on this one - flailing, spinning, goose-stepping, fighting - you get a bit of it all.





Coldplay - 2011-06-11 - Landgraaf, NL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pinkpop Festival

01 - Yellow
02 - Major Minus
03 - Lost!
04 - Trouble
05 - Cemeteries of London
06 - God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
07 - Violet Hill
08 - The Scientist
09 - Viva La Vida
10 - Charlie Brown
11 - Life Is For Living
12 - Clocks
13 - Fix You
14 - Every Teardrop is a Waterfall

total time: 62 mins. approx.

Metallica - 1983-03-19 - San Francisco, CA (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Info: 
http://www.sjmike.com/modules/recordings/public/video.php?details=54


Band name: Metallica
Date: 19 March 1983
Venue: The Stone
Location: San Francisco, CA, United States
Tour name: Kill 'Em All For One
Event: Day on the Green
Media: 1 DVD
Version: Metal Dungeon Productions
Filming type: Audience
Generation: High
Video format: NTSC
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Audio quality: C
Video quality: C

01. Hit the Lights
02. The Mechanix
03. Phantom Lord
04. Jump In The Fire
05. Motorbreath
06. No Remorse
07. Seek And Destroy
08. Bass Solo
09. Whiplash
10. Am I Evil?
11. Tribute to Cliff

Total running time: 53:14 min.



Joe Cocker - 2011-06-10 - Stuttgart, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

SWR broadcast, 23. July 2011, DVB-C transport stream saved with
KNC One / DVB Viewer (no error) --> ProjectX (demux) --> Cuttermaran (cut) --> DVD Lab (author)
PAL 720*576 @ 25fps @ 0.7031 (16:9); avg. nom. bitrate 6075207bps (min/max: 2867200/10756000)
AC-3, CM, 2/0(2.0), dn -23dB, notDS, 48000Hz, 448kbps

01 - Intro
02 - Hitchcock Railway
03 - Feelin' Alright
04 - When The Night Comes
05 - Unforgiven
06 - Interview (voiced over with German)
07 - You Are So Beautiful
08 - Hard Knocks
09 - Up Where We Belong
10 - You Can Leave Your Hat On
11 - Unchain My Heart

58:49 menu & chapters

Notes:
Unfortunately songs are interrupted by superfluous audience interviews, expert statements, Cocker fans singing ...

David Bowie (R.I.P.) - 1995-10-11 - St. Louis, MO (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Riverport Amphitheatre

Lineage:
Silver Disc>EAC>Flac

Disc 1

01 Subterraneans
02 Scary Monsters
03 Reptile
04 Hallo Spaceboy
05 Hurt
06 Look Back In Anger
07 I'm Deranged
08 The Hearts Filthy lesson
09 The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
10 I Have Not Been To Oxford Town


Disc 2
01 Outside
02 Andy Warhol
03 Breaking Glass
04 The Man Who Sold The World
05 We Prick You
06 Joe The Lion
07 A Small Plot Of Land
08 Nite Flights
09 Under Pressure
10 Teenage Wildlife


David ends the show thus :
"Thank you, on behalf of Trent Reznor and the Nails, myself and my band, god bless, thank you very much hope you had a good evening"

Coldplay - 2011-07-09 - Kinross, Scotland (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Main Stage
Balado Station, Scotland
July 9, 2011
Broadcast by BBC Scotland

ProShot, PAL, 16/9
Authored with DVD Studio Pro
Menu: Yes
Lenght: 89.12 Minutes
Artwork: Yes

01. MX
02. Hurts Like Heaven
03. Yellow
04. In My Place
05. Major Minus
06. Lost
07. The Scientist
08. Shiver
09. Violet Hill
10. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
11. Everything's Not Lost
12. Us Against The World
13. Politik
14. Viva La Vida
15. Charlie Brown
16. Life Is For Living

Encore:
17. Clocks
18. Fix You
19. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall