Saturday, April 30, 2016

Velvet Underground - 1966-04-xx - Unripened (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

The Velvet Underground And Nico
Unripened - The Norman Dolph Acetate

Label: XTV-CD 122
Audio Source: acetate
Lineage: XTV-CD 144 silver -> ripped and tagged with XLD XLosslessDecoder -> Flac Level 8
Number of Discs: 1
Artwork: included

CD, XTVCD-122, ?, 2007

1-9: Scepter Studios, New York City, New York, April 1966.
Cleaned-up version of the Norman Dolph acetate.

01 - European Son (8:52)
02 - The Black Angel's Death Song (3:14)
03 - All Tomorrow's Parties (5:52)
04 - I'll Be Your Mirror (2:10)
05 - Heroin (6:12)
06 - Femme Fatale (2:36)
07 - Venus In Furs (4:29)
08 - I'm Waiting For The Man (4:10)
09 - Run Run Run (4:23)

Total running time: 42m 03s

The bulk of the songs that would become The Velvet Underground & Nico were recorded in mid-April, 1966, during a four-day stint at Scepter Studios, a decrepit recording studio in New York City. This recording session was financed by Warhol and Columbia Records' sales executive Norman Dolph, who also acted as an engineer with John Licata. Though exact total cost of the project is unknown, estimates vary from $1500 to $3000

Actual recording at Scepter was done rather quickly in about two business days (roughly 8-10 hours) while the third was spent listening to the material and the fourth was spent mixing. Soon after, Dolph sent an acetate disc of the recordings to Columbia in an attempt to interest them in distributing the album, but they declined, as did Atlantic Records and Elektra Records. Eventually, the MGM Records-owned Verve Records accepted the recordings with the help of Verve staff producer Tom Wilson, who had recently moved from a job at Columbia.

Scepter Studios acetate version
Norman Dolph's original acetate pressing of the Scepter Studios material contains several recordings that would make it onto the final album, though many are different mixes of those recordings and three are different takes entirely.

The acetate was pressed on April 25, 1966, shortly after the recording sessions. It would resurface decades later when it was bought by collector Warren Hill of Montreal, Canada in September 2002 at a flea market in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City for $0.75. Hill put the album up for auction on eBay in November. On December 8, 2006, a winning bid for $155,401 was placed, but not honored. The album was again placed for auction on eBay and was successfully sold on December 16, 2006 for $25,200.

It is important to note that ten songs were recorded during the Scepter sessions and only nine appear on the acetate cut. Dolph recalls "There She Goes Again" being the missing song (and, indeed, the version of "There She Goes Again" that appears on the final LP is attributed to the Scepter Studios session).
Though rumors have circulated concerning an eventual official release of this version of the album, this has yet to be confirmed or announced by any major record label.
However, a ripped version of the acetate began circulating the internet in January 2007. Bootleg versions of the acetate tracks have also become available on vinyl and CD

Van Halen - 1976-06-30 - Hollywood, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Van Halen 
"Shotgun Wedding" 
The Starwood 
Hollywood, CA 
June 30, 1976 


01. Lets Get Rockin' 3:15 
02. Somebody Get Me a Doctor 4:33 
03. Babe, Don't Leave Me Alone 3:32 
04. Show Your Love 4:22 
05. D.O.A. 4:24 
06. Runnin' With the Devil 3:37 
07. Let Me Swim 7:08 
08. She's A Woman 3:09 
09. Believe Me 4:25 
10. Ice Cream Man 4:22 
11. Simple Rhyme 5:50 
12. Eruption 5:55 
13. House Of Pain 3:26 
14. Honolulu Baby 3:39 
15. Eyes Of Night 4:29 
16. I Live With Fools 10:28 

A (former) buddy of mine recorded this show while a member of the VH crew. 

WOODA remastered it...along with a handful of other early gigs...not the least of which is the now-infamous 
NIGHTMARE BEFORE HALLOWEEN. With the much-deserved success of Greg Renoff's literary and historic masterpiece 

VAN HALEN RISING...I thought it would be a good time to bring some of these early shows to surface. 

Among the highlights of this show... 

I should point out that the boys are introduced by legendary KROQ DJ Rodney Bingenheimer 


SHOW YOUR LOVE is, of course, I'M THE ONE. 

I LIVE WITH FOOLS, later FOOLS, features the origin of Dave's "THE STORY OF JOE"...which became a regular part of the 1979 tour. 

Steve Hackett - 1981-08-28 - Reading, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Steve Hacket
1981-08-28 Festival Park, Reading ( Master Original FM Radio 1 Broadcast ) ( Davros204 )

Linage :- ( c120 T.D.K-AD )( Record on a J.V.C Tape Deck ) - ( Playback ) Nakamichi 1000ZXL With Auto Alinement - Yamaha Reciever - Monster Phono Leads Into PC Soundcard - Nero Wave Editor - Wav - Tracks split - Traders Little Helper - Flac8 - SBE Checked - You.

01. The Air Conditioned Nightmare
02. Everyday
03. Ace Of Wands
04. Funny Feelings
05. The Stepps
06. Overnight Sleeper
07. Slogans
08. Tower Stuck Down
09. Spectral Mornings
10. The Show
11. Clocks-Angel Of Mons

Known Issue
Last Track Fades Out If i remember right this was how the orignal was broadcast.

This is the Orignal Radio 1 Broadcast on the 4th September 1981 on the "Friday Night Rock Show" Hosted by the great Tommy Vance The Quality Is V Good - EX. It was taped from a J.V.C. FM Recieve to a J.V.C Tape Deck 

Metallica - 1987-02-13 - Gothenburg, SWE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Pipeline - PPL 520 - unofficial release (mislabeled w/ wrong date and venue se notes below)
Gothenburg, Sweden

Silvers > EAC > You
includes log and artwork

01. Master Of Puppets 8:24
02. For Whom The Bell Tolls 4:13
03. Welcome Home (Sanitarium) 6:29
04. Ride The Lightning 6:54
05. Jason's Bass Solo 5:26
06. Whiplash 4:12
07. The Thing That Should Not Be 5:39
08. Fade To Black 7:10
09. Seek And Destroy 6:31
10. Creeping Death 7:28
11. Four Horsemen 7:00*^
12. Riffs 1:47*
13. Kirk's Guitar Solo 2:14
14. Am I Evil?/Damage, Inc. 4:55

* track names switched up on silver release artwork
^ Band messes up in the middle of 4 Horsemen pause then take it up again -

- strange one here indeed - Artwork claims this is from Woopie Theatre in Scarsdale Illinois - the only mention on google I find of a Woopie Theater anywhere is in regards to this silver realize and that it is wrong ( )
also Track 11 - Four Horsemen and Track 12 names seemed to be switched on the artwork - 11 is 4 Horsemen really and track 12 is just some riffing on guitars -

Metallica - 1982 - No Life 'Til Power (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

No Life 'Til Power
Snake Records - Set 1014 Unofficial CD
No Life 'Til Leather
Power-Metal Demos

Silvers > EAC > You
log and full artwork included

"No Life 'Til Leather"-Demos
01 Hit The Lights 4:13
02 The Mechanix 4:21
03 Motorbreath 3:12
04 Seek And Destroy 4:47
05 Metal Militia 5:05
06 Jump In The Fire 3:43
07 Phantom Lord 3:27

08 Hit The Lights 4:13
09 The Mechanix 4:40
10 Motorbreath/Jump In The Fire

Marcus Miller - 2015-10-30 - Lausanne, CH (DVB/FLAC)


festival onze+
casino de montbenon
lausanne, switzerland

source: dvb-s > techno trend tt-premium s2-6400 twin hd > hdd > nero wave editor > flac
(mpeg1 layer 2/256 kbps) [radio station - srf 2]

marcus miller - b, bcl
marquis hill - tp
alex han - as
adam agati - g
brett williams - kb
alex bailey -dr
mino cinelu - perc

disc 1
01. hy life (wade/soumano/miller) 13:16
02. announcement marcus miller 01:45
03. b's river (miller) 15:22
04. announcement marcus miller 01:33
05. papa was a rolling stone (whitfield/barrett) 11:45
06. announcement marcus miller 00:33
07. jean-pierre (davis) 13:05

disc 2
01. goree (miller) 19:48
02. son of macbeth (miller) 13:27

Friday, April 29, 2016

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell - 2013-03-23 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

March 23, 2013   Saturday Eve
Orpheum Theatre,
Boston, Ma. USA

Richard Thompson Electric Trio opened

Digital Audience Stereo Master 
Mezzanine, left center, in line with left stacks
Sound Pro SP-CMC-8 (AT943) Cards > SP-SPSB-8 > Sony PCM-M10 > 16/44.1 WAV > 
Adobe Audition (edits, levels, normalize) > CD Wave (tracks) > FLAC
No noise reduction or EQ; Fileset is seamless
Total Time - 102:46
Recorded and transferred (Mar 2013) by Steve Hopkins

Rodney Crowell - vocals, guitar
Steve Fishell - pedal steel, dobro
Emmylou Harris - vocals, guitar
Byron House - bass, vocals
Jedd Hughes - guitar, vocals
Jerry Roe - drums
Chris Tuttle - keyboards
* Richard Thompson - guitar, vocals

Disc One   48:05
01. Return Of The Grievous Angel  4:49
02. Wheels  3:10
03. Pancho And Lefty  4:33
04. Earthbound  5:00
05. 'Til I Gain Control Again  4:46
06. Tragedy  5:17
07. Luxury Liner  6:07
08. Hanging Up My Heart  2:49
09. Invitation To The Blues  3:41
10. Dreaming My Dreams  3:53
11. Back When We Were Beautiful  3:55

Disc Two   54:41
12. Chase The Feeling  3:49
13. Black Caffeine  5:06
14. Spanish Dancer  5:34
15. Bluebird Wine  3:32
16. Old Yellow Moon  3:52
17. intros  3:00
18. I Ain't Living Long Like This  7:24 *
19. Still Learning How To Fly  6:31
20. Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight  4:14
21. ovation & talk  2:39

22. I'll Be Your San Antone Rose  3:41
23. Love Hurts  5:13

Blur - 1995-08-05 - Cork, IE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Feile Festival 1995
Pairc Ui Caoimh; Cork 5th August 1995

01 - Sunday Sunday
02 - Chemical World
03 - End Of A Century
04 - Globe Alone
05 - Popscene
06 - Supa Shoppa
07 - Stereotypes
08 - Jubilee
09 - Badhead
10 - To The End
11 - Advert
12 - Girls & Boys
13 - Country House
14 - Bank Holiday
14 - This Is A Low

Length : 53.56

Black Sabbath - 1981-01-20 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Black Sabbath
Title: Holy War
Dates: 20th January, 1981
Venue: Hammersmith Odeon, London, England.

Source: Ex- Audience Recording
Lineage: 2000 Metal Sword Records MS CD 022/23 Boot 2CD-R > WAV > FLAC

Tony Iommi: Guitar
Ronnie James Dio: Vocals 
Geezer Butler: Bass 
Vinnie Appice: Drums

01: Opening Se Superzar
02: War Pig
03: Neon Knights
04: N.I.B (incl. Drum Solo)
05: Children Of The Sea
06: Sweet Leaf
07: Lady Evil
08: Paranoid
09: Children Of The Grave

01: Black Sabbath
02: Heaven And Hell
03: Iron Man
04: Guitar Solo
05: Die Young

Biffy Clyro - 2013-01-22 - Neuss, DE (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Globe Theater

FM (analog cable) - Audacity - xACT

01 Stingin' Belle
02 The Captain
03 A Whole Child Ago
04 Modern Magic Formula
05 Victory Over The Sun
06 God & Satan
07 Who's Got A Match?
08 The Joke's On Us
09 Bubbles
10 Black Chandelier
11 Booooom, Blast & Ruin
12 Sounds Like Balloons
13 Many Of Horror
14 That Golden Rule
15 Mountains

min 60:27

Biffy Clyro - 2013-01-19 - Zurich, CH (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live Broadcast SRF3 Switzerland

Technics ST-GT550 > Soundcard Realtek ALC888 HD > Audacity > CD-Wave Tracksplitting > Flac

01. Stingin' Belle
02. The Captain
03. A Whole Child Ago
04. Modern Magic Formula
05. Victory Over The Sun
06. God & Satan
07. Who's Got A Match?
08. The Joke's On Us
09. Bubbles
10. Black Chandelier
11. Booooom, Blast & Ruin
12. Sounds Like Balloons
13. Many Of Horror
14. That Golden Rule
15. -announcer-
16. Mountains

Running time: 60:37

note: i've cut out a few radio jingles between the songs...

Steve Hackett - 2009-07-04 - Lugano, CH (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Lugano Estival Jazz



Steve Hackett : Guitars,Vocals
Roger King : Keyboards
Gary O'Toole : Drums,Vocals
Rob Townsend : Saxophone,Flute
Dik Cadbury : Bass,Vocals

01 - Pre-Show Interview
02 - Pre-Show Music
03 - Fire On The Moon
04 - Everyday Intro
05 - Everyday
06 - Band Introductions
07 - Ace Of Wands
08 - Pollution B
09 - The Steppes
10 - Technical Interlude
11 - Firth Of Fifth
12 - Walking Away From Rainbows
13 - Horizons
14 - Blood On The Rooftops
15 - Mechanical Bride
16 - Spectral Mornings Intro
17 - Spectral Mornings
18 - Los Endos Intro
19 - Los Endos
20 - Clocks
21 - Post-Show Interview

David Sylvian - 2004-04-27 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Sankei Hall
"Love Is All There"

Lineage: ?? > CDR > WAV > Adobe Audition 1.5 (noise reduction) > flac
Taped by: Sylph
Transfered by: AWS

01 Entrance
02 Blemish
03 The Good Son
04 The Only Daughter
05 The Heart knows better
06 She is not
07 Late Night Shopping
08 How little we need to be happy
09 A Fire in the Forest
10 The Other Side of Life

01 When Poets dreamed of Angels + Cries & Whispers
02 The Shining of Things
03 Blue Skinned Gods
04 Praise
05 Maria
06 Wasn't I Joe
07 World Citizen
08 Jean the Birdman

it is clearly one of the top recordings of the tour with the hiss taken out. I spent a long time aiming for the most precise application of the noise reduction that I could, there is some slight artifacting you can hear on headphones when things are quiet but other than that it shouldn't be noticable. No other treatments were made. There are noticable differences in arrangement in many songs compared to the European leg. Furtermore Sylvian seems to be in a rather improvisatory mood as he takes more liberties than usual with rhythm and melody on vocals.

David Sylvian - 1995-10-28 - Rome, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Slowfire Tour
Rome, Air Terminal Ostiense

Audience - DAT recording
recorded by Luconji
edited by Renzo

01 - The Boy with the Gun
02 - Red Guitar
03 - Brilliant Trees
04 - Jean the Birdman
05 - Orpheus
06 - Weathered Wall
07 - Every Colour You Are
08 - I Do Nothing
09 - It'll Never Happen Again (Tim Hardin)
10 - Maria
11 - Rain Tree Crow
12 - Damage
13 - September
14 - Under Ingrid's Wheels
15 - Blackwater
16 - Before the Bullfight
17 - Ghosts
18 - Waterfront
19 - Let the Happiness In
20 - The First Day
21 - Eartbound
22 - Pulling Punches

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Hawkwind - 1980-10-21 - Glasgow, UK (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard SHN)

Glasgow Apollo

SB > MC > A/D > JB3@44.1k > .wav > CEP > CDWAV > .wav > MKW > .shn with seek tables appended

01. Levitation 4:58
02. Motorway City 6:10
03. Death Trap 4:23
04. Shot Down In The Night 6:58
05. Spirit Of The Age 7:16
06. World Of Tiers 4:55
07. 5th Second Of Forever 3:37
08. Dust Of Time 5:31
09. Space Chase 2:58
10. Psi Power 3:18
11. Awakening 1:19
12. Brainstorm 6:18
13. Drum Solo > 5:02
14. Brainstorm 1:27
15. Audience 2:10
16. Silver Machine 3:21
17. Master Of The Universe 3:30
18. Bob Seger - Till It Shines 0:39 (removed due to copyright)

Total Time : [73:48]

Judas Priest - 1991-08-19 - Toronto, Canada (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

CNE Grandstand

01 - Intro-Hell Bent for Leather
02 - Heading Out to the Highway
03 - The Hellion/Electric Eye
04 - All Guns Blazing
05 - Metal Gods
06 - Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
07 - The Ripper
08 - Night Crawler
09 - A Touch of Evil
10 - Painkiller
11 - The Green Manalishi
12 - Breaking the Law
13 - Living After Midnight
14 - You've Got Another Thing Comin'

Venue and date: Toronto, Canada, 19th August 1991

Audio source and quality: Audience, excellent quality. I've improved the audio even further from the original, although that sounded great already. Minor audio fluctuations here and there but no problems for the most part.

Special features: Due to Rob's accident, Hell Bent for Leather is played instrumentally for so far the only time in history.

This show is historical in two ways; first, it was the last show the band played for almost seven years, and the last Judas Priest show with Rob Halford until the 2004 Reunion TOUR. Secondly, it was at this show where Rob had his famous motorcycle accident which knocked him out for the duration of opening number Hell Bent for Leather, making it so far the only time in history that this song was played as an instrumental.

Kansas - 1976-10-31 - Pittsburgh, PA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

PRRP018- KANSAS (With Special Guests Ambrosia)


Syria Mosque

Steve Walsh – Lead Vocals, Keyboards
Kerry Livgren – Guitars, Keyboards
Rich Williams – Lead Guitars
Dave Hope – Bass Guitars
Phil Ehart – Drums & Percussion

1.1. Intro (3:46)
1.2. Carry On Wayward Son (5:22)
1.3. Icarus-Borne On Wings Of Steel (5:44)*
1.4. Down The Road (3:29)
1.5. Good Evening Introduction (1:28)
1.6. Mysteries And Mayhem/ (4:12)
1.7. Lamplight Symphony/ (2:30)
1.8. The Wall (4:49)
1.9. Introduction (1:38)
1.10. Lonely Wind (6:55)
1.11. What's On My Mind (3:33)
1.12.*Miracles Out Of Nowhere (6:44)
1.13. Guitar Solo (3:24)
1.14. Child Of Innocence (4:30)
1.15. Introduction (1:07)
1.16. Keyboard Improv/ Drum Solo/Magnum Opus (13:44)

2.1. Song For America (9:45) 
2.2. Violin Solo (4:07)
2.3. Cheyenne Anthem (Ending) (3:32)
2.4. Belexes (4:45)*

Bonus Track 
2.5. Interview with Band Members (7:21)
The Opening Act: Ambrosia
2.6 Make Us All Aware (6:30)
2.7. Can't Let A Women (6:38)
2.8. Holdin' On To Yesterday (6:12)
2.9 I Wanna Know (7:45)
2.10. World Leave Me Alone (4:33)

Home Away From Home
The band Kansas started as a small musical project in the heartland of America. As they grew in popularity they formed a bond with the people of the East coast state of Pennsylvania. During the early years, Kansas played the great north east state as a warm up band for headliners such as The Kinks, Mott the Hoople and Queen. By 1975, Kansas because a headliner themselves and played an impressive concert at the Stanley Theater in downtown Pittsburgh in 
December of that year. In October of 1976, they were back to play for their Pittsburgh fans again.
This time, it was at the Syria Mosque; site of a very impressive Genesis concert just six months before. They brought with them a band called Ambrosia from California to warm up the crowd.
Both bands were making their name in the developing genre of Progressive Rock but Kansas, with their unique driving melodies and use of violin was the band everyone was coming to see.
Kansas had just released another impressive album called Leftoverture, the fourth album in just two years. With this productive output and their tireless devotion to touring, Kansas was developing a loyal fan base. The previous album Masque sold 250,000 copies but this new album Leftoverture would push them over the top. Songs like Carry On Wayward Son would help to boost the new album to number 5 on the charts. The Pittsburgh crowd at the Syria Mosque was one of the first to hear this new material. The Leftoverture tour had just started the month before and the band were already masters at performing the new material.
The show presented on these discs consists of three parts. First is the Kansas 
concert itself. The band provides a nice mixture of both old and new material for the enjoyment of the crowd. The second piece is an interview of the band members that occurred at the end of the concert. During this interview they discuss the tuxedo worn during the performance by Rick Williams, the masks worn by many of the band members during the show and many other things. The final segment is the Ambrosia performance. As the warm up band, they did play before Kansas but for the purposes of this package putting them at the end of the discs seemed appropriate.
The exact date of this performance is still in question. During the interview a 
reference is made to Halloween. As the show likely finished after midnight this would give the date as October 30th. Other sources argue that the masks worn on stage were, in part, motivated by the fact that the concert was occurring on October 31st. Either way, this show is an excellent record of the bands power and proficiency as one of the leading Progressive Rock bands of the 

Notes from the Re-Master
This great Kansas show was remastered from a CD copy of the original Pre-FM radio station tapes. The sound quality is excellent with harmonics and music signal up to 18,000 Hz. The clarity and crispness of the sound are also superb, however a number of changes needed to be made to improve the show. First, the noise level was moderate in volume and interfered with the appreciation of the subtle and quieter sections; therefore it was reduced. The tracking was 
incomplete and off in some sections so tracking was re-aligned. The tonality also needed adjustment. Mostly, the bass was deficient and needed boosting. In a few sections the frequencies in the 5-8kHz (treble) range were cut to remove a piercing characteristic to the symbol crashes and other high pitched events.
Applause sections were often inconsistent or cut. Some were too loud and others too short. We attempted to obtain some uniformity in the applause sections between songs to enhance the listening experience.
The interview track was obtained from a separate tape source. At its baseline this recording had quite a bit of shrill loud noise that was reduced as much as possible. It is most noticeable between spoken words but, using multiple techniques, now has been minimized.
The Ambrosia tracks were obtained from a third source and were not part of the master radio tapes. The quality is good but not at the outstanding level of the Kansas segments.
Noise was in the high range for this segment so a great deal of time was spent reducing the offending component. Many pops also occurred during this segment that required manual removal even after whole-segment routines were run to remove these noises. Many segments of the Ambrosia tracks were also at low volume and needed adjustment to be comparable to the remainder of the show. This was easily done.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Joe Bonamassa - 2010-02-17 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

BBC Maida Vale Studios 


01 Paul Jones Interview With Joe 
02 The Ballad Of John Henry 
03 Further On Up The Road 
04 Sloe Gin 
05 Steal Your Heart Away 
06 Wandering Earth 
07 The Great Flood 
08 Just Got Paid 

01 Last Kiss 
02 So Many Roads 
03 Three Times A Fool 
04 If Heartaches Were Nickels 
05 Where The Fire Hits The Sea 
06 Bird On A Wire 
07 Young Man's Blues 
08 Woke Up Dreaming 
09 India > Mountain Time 

The tracklisting for the broadcasts seems to be different from the show. I've left everything as it was broadcast rather than try to re-sequence the tracks.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Bob Marley - Exodus and Kaya (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

1977 1978
CD1 & 2

Cd>> Wav >> Flac lvl.8

orignaly cd was known and dubbed
"kaya & exodus horns mixs"...false here
it is finaly and complete, and with
its orignaly title.
one love on cd 2 is awesome...
no glitchs..perfect.

audio quality: studio sdb.

Cd 1:
01 Exodus,
02 Satisfy My Soul,
03 Satisfy MY Soul (continues),
04 Misty Morning,
05 Natural Mystic,
06 Running Away,
07 Turn Your Lights Down Low,
08 Is This Love,
09 Jamming,
10 Guiltiness,
11 Sun Is Shining,
12 Kaya,
13 Crisis,
14 Easy Skanking,
15 So Much Things To Say

Cd 2:
01 exodus
02 guiltyness
03 roots
04 she's gone
05 waiting in vain
06 natural mystic
07 heathen
08 so much things too say
09 exodus
10 jamming
11 waiting in vain
12 three little birds
13 one love
14 satisfy my soul
14 satisfy my soul
15 satisfy my soul
16 waiting in vain
17 waiting in vain

Led Zeppelin - 1972-10-04 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Title: Wild West Side

Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan.
* Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan. Oct 09, 1972
** Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Oct 02, 1972

Source: Ex- Stereo Audience Recording

Zoso's Company 1991 [ZE-310/320] Boot 2CD > EAC > FLAC

Jimmy Page: Guitar
Robert Plant: Lead Vocal
John Paul Jones: Bass, Keyboards
John Bonham: Drums

01: Rock And Roll
02: Black Dog
03: Over The Hills And For Away
04: Misty Mountain Hop
05: Since I've Been Loving You
06: Dancing Days
07: Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
08: Dazed and Confused
09: Stand By Me *

01: The Song Remains The Same
02: The Rain Song
03: Stairway To Heaven
04: Whole Lotta Love
05: Heatbreaker
06: Immigrant Song
07: Communication Breakdown **

Led Zeppelin - 1973-05-05 - Tampa, FL (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

"Quantient" (Cobra Standard Series 023)

Venue: Tampa Stadium
Source: Audience

My Silver > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC(level 7)

Title: Quantient (2CD)

Cobra Standard Series 023

Disc 1
02.Rock And Roll
03.Celebration Day
04.Black Dog
05.Over The Hills And Far Away
06.Misty Mountain Hop
07.Since I've Been Loving You
08.No Quarter
09.The Song Remains The Same
10.The Rain Song
11.The Ocean
12.Communication Breakdown

Disc 2
01.Dazed And Confused
02.Stairway To Heaven
03.Moby Dick *not listed in the original info file
05.Whole Lotta Love

CD1: Rock And Roll/Celebration Day/Bring It On Home Intro/Black Dog/Over The Hills And Far Away/Misty Mountain Hop/Since I've Been Loving You/No Quarter/The Song Remains The Same/The Rain Song
CD2: Dazed And Confused medley incl. San Francisco/Stairway To Heaven/Moby Dick/Heartbreaker medley incl. Bouree/Whole Lotta Love medley incl. Boogie Chillun/The Ocean/Communication Breakdown
Recording: Very good to Excellent mono audience. Source: Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida May 5 '73. Comments: Japanese bootleg. Deluxe glossy cardboard single pocket sleeve. Insert inside. 1,000 copies made. argenteumastrum says :
5-5-73, source 1
56,700 Fans Together and Boogie (Rock Calendar), First Day (ARMS), Pigeon Blood (Flagge, 3cd), Quantient (Cobra), & Top of the World (Badgeholders)

(Flagge is a mix, relying on the second source only when the first is cut. It's sound has been amplified considerably, making the music and background noise much louder. It would have easily fit on 2 cds.)
ARMS is the only title to have all of the tracks properly sequenced. It is missing 2 seconds at the cut in the beginning of Song Remains the Same. There is a brief speed problem near the end of Rain Song. It is missing almost 2 minutes of tape after The Ocean. The Ocean and Communication Breakdown run too fast, near 6%. All other tracks run at the proper speed. Cobra is missing a total of about 70 seconds between songs overall but there are no extra cuts because of it. The tape runs at the proper speed. Rock Calendar is highly edited. No Quarter has been completely butchered to remove audience disturbances. They then had to rearrange the song to contend with the edits. Overall, the song is missing 2.5 minutes. The tape problem in the beginning of Song Remains the Same has also been removed which eliminates almost 5 seconds of tape. Whole Lotta Love is missing the first 92 seconds. The Ocean is missing 5 seconds too many. This title runs very fast too. Badgeholders is a two source mix, with source one as it's foundation. It misses a little bit of source one at two of the cuts. ARMS and Cobra sound similar and are a little bit better sounding than Rock Calendar. Badgeholders has been amplified over the others. 

Litfiba - 2013-04-20 - Rome, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Tour: Trilogia 1983-1989 
Place: Roma, Italy 
Venue: Atlantico Live 
Date: April 20, 2013 

Taper: Alessio 
Recording Equipment: CA-11 (Cardioids) > Edirol R09HR @ 24bit/48Hz 
Audio Transfer: SD-Card > USB > PC HDD 
Post Production: Volume Boost & Downsampling to 16bit/44.100Hz (Audacity) > Track splitting / EQ (Roxio Sound Editor) > FLAC (TLH) 

Piero Pelù - voce 
Ghigo Renzulli - chitarra 
Gianni Maroccolo - basso 
Antonio Aiazzi - tastiere 
Luca Martelli - batteria 

01. Pre-show [PA] 

02. Eroi nel Vento 
03. Tziganata (aborted) 
04. -- break -- (technical issues) 
05. Tziganata (reprise) 
06. La Preda 
07. Transea 
08. Istambul 
09. Guerra 
10. Versante Est 
11. Apapaia 
12. Pierrot e la Luna 
13. Ballata 
14. Re del Silenzio 
15. Gira nel mio Cerchio 
16. Cane 
17. Ferito 
18. -- encore break -- 
19. Louisiana 
20. Il Vento 
21. Santiago 
22. Paname 
23. Corri 
24. Amigo 
25. Resta (false start) 
26. Resta 
27. Tex 

Total Running Time: 2h20m35sec 

Morrissey - 2013-03-04 - Davis, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Mondavi Center at UC Davis


Tascam DR-100 MKII (Internal Mics) > USB Transfer to Mac > Audacity 2.0.2 (split tracks and export as .wav) > ImToo Audio Convert Pro 6.4 (convert to FLAC)

01 - Intro (commercial recording removed)
02 - Alma Matters
03 - Irish Blood, English Heart
04 - Everyday Is Like Sunday
05 - Ouija Board, Ouija Board
06 - November Spawned A Monster
07 - That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
08 - I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris
09 - You Have Killed Me
10 - Action Is My Middle Name
11 - Speedway
12 - Band Intros
13 - Still Ill
14 - People Are The Same Everywhere (False Start)
15 - People Are The Same Everywhere
16 - To Give (The Reason I Live)
17 - You're The One For Me, Fatty
18 - Meat Is Murder
19 - Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want
20 - Let Me Kiss You
21 - How Soon Is Now
22 - The Boy With A Thorn In His Side

Bruce Springsteen - 2012-09-22 - East Rutherford, NJ (AUD/FLAC)

(audience FLAC)

MetLife Stadium

Bruce Springsteen - vocals, guitar
the E Street Band:
Roy Bittan - piano
Nils Lofgren - guitar, vocals
Garry W. Tallent - bass
Steve Van Zandt - guitar, vocals
Max Weinberg - drums

Soozie Tyrell - violin, vocals
Charlie Giordano - keyboards
Cindy Mizelle - vocals
Curtis King - vocals
Michelle Moore - vocals
Clark Gayton - trombone
Curt Ramm - trumpet
Barry Danielian - trumpet
Ed Manion - saxophone
Jake Clemons - saxophone
Everett Bradley - percussion

Special Guests
Gary U.S. Bonds - vocals
Mike Scialfa - keyboards
Adele Springsteen - vocals? (she had a microphone, but I'm not sure I heard her voice)

Source: master audience recording
Taper: larryrulz
Location: front center pit

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

Thanks to Eddie from NJ and his son, and spiritinnightnc, for keeping the 12 hour wait more interesting. What could be better than talking smoked fish on the pit line?

01 intro - REMOVED due to official content
02 Out In The Street
03 The Ties That Bind
04 Cynthia
05 Badlands
06 Who'll Stop The Rain
07 Cover Me
08 Downbound Train
09 We Take Care Of Our Own
10 Wrecking Ball
11 Death To My Hometown
12 My City Of Ruins
13 It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
14 Jole Blon - with Gary U.S. Bonds
15 This Little Girl - with Gary U.S. Bonds
16 Pay Me My Money Down
17 Janey Don't You Lose Heart
18 happy birthday
19 In The Midnight Hour
20 Into The Fire
21 Because The Night
22 She's The One
23 Working On The Highway
24 Shackled And Drawn
25 Waitin' On A Sunny Day
26 Meeting Across The River
27 Jungleland
28 Thunder Road
29 Rocky Ground
30 Born To Run
31 Glory Days
32 Seven Nights To Rock
33 Dancing In The Dark
34 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out - with Gary U.S. Bonds, Mike Scialfa
35 happy birthday with cake
36 Twist and Shout - with Gary U.S. Bonds, Mike Scialfa, Adele Springsteen

Time: 3:28:10

The Beatles - Let It Be - Deluxe Edition (Voll 1-2-3) (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Deluxe Edition Vol. 1
Purple Chick [PC 143/44]
Essential Purple Chick compilation on 6CD
Including Dr. Ebbetts Blue Box stereo version

Disc 1 - stereo:
01. Two of Us
02. Dig a Pony
03. Across the Universe - take 9
04. I Me Mine - take 16
05. Dig It
06. Let It Be
07. Maggie Mae
08. I've Got a Feeling
09. One After 909
10. The Long and Winding Road
11. For You Blue
12. Get Back
13. Don't Let Me Down
14. You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)
15. Let It Be - single
16. Get Back - single
17. Don't Let Me Down - John Lennon
18. The Long and Winding Road - Anthology DVD
19. Let It Be - Anthology DVD
20. For You Blue / Don't Let Me Down / Get Back - Anthology DVD Medley

Disc 2 - mono:
01. Two of Us
02. Dig a Pony
03. Across the Universe - original speed
04. I Me Mine - take 16
05. Dig It
06. Let It Be
07. Maggie Mae
08. I've Got a Feeling
09. One After 909
10. The Long and Winding Road
11. For You Blue
12. Get Back
13. Don't Let Me Down
14. You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)
15. Rip It Up / Shake Rattle And Roll - film mono mixes
16. Miss Ann / Kansas City / Lawdy Miss Clawdy - film mono mixes
17. Get Back - film mono mixes
18. Don't Let Me Down - film mono mixes
19. Get Back - film mono mixes
20. Get Back - film mono mixes


Deluxe Edition Vol. 2
Purple Chick [PC 145/46]
Essential Purple Chick compilation on 6CD

Disc 3 - Acetates:
01. Get Back
02. I've Got A Feeling
03. Help
04. Teddy Boy
05. Two Of Us
06. Dig A Pony
07. I've Got A Feeling
08. The Long And Winding Road
09. Let It Be
10. Don't Let Me Down
11. For You Blue
12. Get Back
13. The Walk
14. I've Got A Feeling
15. Dig It
16. Rip It Up / Shake Rattle And Roll
17. Miss Ann / Kansas City / Lawdy Miss Clawdy
18. Blue Suede Shoes
19. You Really Got A Hold On Me

Disc 4 - Acetates:
01. One After 909
02. I'm Ready
03. Save The Last Dance For Me
04. Don't Let Me Down
05. Dig A Pony
06. I've Got A Feeling
07. Get Back
08. For You Blue
09. Teddy Boy
10. Two Of Us
11. Maggie Mae
12. Dig It
13. Let It Be
14. The Long And Winding Road
15. Get Back (Reprise)
16. Get Back
17. Dig It
18. Save The Last Dance For Me
19. Don't Let Me Down
20. Dig A Pony
21. For You Blue
22. I Me Mine
23. Across The Universe


Deluxe Edition Vol. 3
Purple Chick [PC 147/48]
Essential Purple Chick compilation on 6CD

Disc 5 - Sessions:
01. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
02. Dig A Pony
03. Dig A Pony
04. Two Of Us
05. For You Blue
06. For You Blue
07. Let It Be
08. Rip It Up / Shake Rattle And Roll
09. Miss Ann / Kansas City / Lawdy Miss Clawdy
10. Blue Suede Shoes
11. Oh! Darling
12. Teddy Boy
13. Cannonball / Not Fade Away / Hey Little Girl / Bo Diddley
14. Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues
15. Get Back
16. Don't Let Me Down
17. Get Back
18. Two Of Us
19. Two Of Us
20. Let It Be
21. You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
22. Session Jam (Parts 1 & 2)
23. I Me Mine
24. Let It Be
25. For You Blue

Disc 6 - The Mixes:
01. I've Got A Feeling
02. Teddy Boy
03. Teddy Boy
04. Rip It Up / Shake Rattle And Roll / Blue Suede Shoes
05. The Long And Winding Road
06. Mailman, Bring Me No More Blues
07. Don't Let Me Down
08. Let It Be
09. I Me Mine
10. I Me Mine
11. Get Back / I've Got A Feeling
12. Teddy Boy
13. Two Of Us
14. Dig A Pony
15. The Long And Winding Road
16. Let It Be
17. Don't Let Me Down
18. For You Blue / Get Back
19. The Walk
20. Rip It Up / Shake Rattle And Roll

George Harrison - All Things Must Pass Rehearsal (STU/FLAC)

(Studio SHN)

Abbey Road Studios
London, England
May - August 1970
Demos & Studio rehersal takes

Source: Studio

Lineage: Possible Master Reels > ? > Shn

Abbey Road Studios
London, England
May 27, 1970
Demos (tracks 1-15)

01. Run of the Mill [acoustic]
02. The Art of Dying [acoustic]
03. Everybody, Nobody [acoustic] > Tuning
04. Wah Wah [electric with bass]
05. Window, Window [acoustic]
06. Beautiful Girl [acoustic]
07. Beware of Darkness [acoustic, song is not finished yet]
08. Let It Down [acoustic]
09. Tell Me What Happened to You [acoustic]
10. Hear Me Lord [electric]
11. Nowhere To Go [electric, co wrote with Bob Dylan]
12. Cosmic Empire [acoustic started out on the electric]
13. Mother Devine [acoustic]
14. I Don’t Want To Do It. [acoustic, Bob Dylan composed and Taught him this song]
15. If Not For You [acoustic, composed and Taught him this song]
16. While My Guitar Gently Weeps [May 1970 Demo, acoustic guitar in mono]
17. All Things Must Pass [Summer 1970 Rehersal with electric guitar]
18. Old Brown Shoe [Summer 1970 Rehersal, electric guitar with piano]
19. Something [May 1970 Demo, electric guitar in mono]
20. I Me Mine [Summer 1970 Rehersal, with full band]

George Harrison - acoustic and electric guitar & vocals on all tracks
Klaus Voorman - bass player on track 4 [can not confirm]
Billy Preston - piano [can not confirm]

Possible Band for track 20 [can not confirm]
George Harrison - acoustic guitar & vocals
Eric Clapton - lead guitar
Klaus Voorman - bass guitar
Ringo Starr - drums
Gary Wright - keyboards

Harrison had been accumulating the songs he recorded for the album as far back as 1966. One being "The Art of Dying". Harrison picked up several more songs in late 1968 while visiting Bob Dylan and The Band in Woodstock, New York. He and Dylan co-wrote "I'd Have You Anytime" and "Nowhere to Go" (also known as "When Everybody Comes to Town") at this time, and Dylan showed him "I Don't Want to Do It." All three songs were attempted at some point in the sessions for All Things Must Pass, but only "I'd Have You Anytime" made the album which he did not perform during this rehersal session.
He began writing "My Sweet Lord" while touring with Delaney & Bonnie in late 1969, and would later utilize their backing group "Friends" as an important part of the All Things Must Pass sound. He made one last detour before beginning work on All Things Must Pass, visiting Dylan while the latter was starting sessions for New Morning in May 1970, learning "If Not For You" and participating in a now-bootlegged session.

On May 27,1970, before recording the album, Harrison sat in a studio with Phil Spector and ran through fifteen songs on guitar, with occasional support from an unknown bass player. These demos (eventually bootlegged as Beware of ABKCO! due to an altered line in his performance of "Beware of Darkness") showed him in the process of weighing his material, as eight of the songs would be either substantially reworked or not appear on the finished album.
Among these early outtakes, three have been officially released in one form or another: "Everybody, Nobody" was an early version of "The Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp", "Beautiful Girl" would be finished for Thirty Three & 1/3, and "I Don't Want to Do It" would wait fifteen years until being revisited for the soundtrack of Porky's Revenge. Five other songs, "Cosmic Empire", "Mother Divine", "Nowhere to Go," "Tell Me What Has Happened With You," and "Window, Window", have not seen official release.
Two demos of songs that did make the album, "Beware of Darkness" and "Let It Down" (with overdubs from 2000), would eventually be released on the remastered All Things Must Pass. Full discs of electric outtakes from the recording sessions would also leak on bootlegs in later years, and some of those tracks were also included in the remaster. Multiple takes of songs from the album appear on a bootleg three-disc box set The Making of All Things Must Pass along with other releases.

This demonstrates how talented George Harrison was and how much he was held back at the end of the Beatles. he was the first to have success as a solo performer even before Lennon and way before McCartney and the Wings.

Fresh and Raw at the time of George Harrison's carrer

Ozzy Osbourne and friends - 2012-06-02 - Malmö, SWE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

source: Audience master, Zoom H2 WAV 44.1kHz
length: 92.49
quality: B+

01 - Intro
02 - Bark at the moon
03 - Mr. Crowley
04 - Suicide solution
05 - I don´t know
06 - Shot in the dark
07 - Gus G - solo / Rat salad / Tommy Clufetos - solo
08 - Iron man (feat. Geezer Butler & Slash)
09 - War pigs (feat. Geezer Butler & Slash)
10 - N.I.B. (feat. Geezer Butler & Slash)
11 - Fairies wear boots (feat. Geezer Butler & Zakk Wylde)
12 - I don´t wanna change the world (feat. Zakk Wylde)
13 - Crazy train (feat. Zakk Wylde)
14 - Mama, Im coming home (feat. Zakk Wylde)
15 - Paranoid (feat. Geezer Butler, Slash & Zakk Wylde)

Notes by the taper:
Ok, so the set was cut for some strange reason. I wanted to hear Killer of giants but that one was gone, as was Into the void. At least the latter must have been a spur of the moment decision since Geezer seemed intent on playing one more song, but hastily left the stage when Ozzy announced I don´t wanna change the world, and Blasko didn´t seem prepared either so in the video you see him arriving on stage when the song is already under way. Strange this, since Ozzy was in a great mood, the weather was nice (though a bit cold) and the audience seemed pretty appreciative.

Nonetheless I did enjoy myself. It was a good gig, too short by anyone´s standards but the addition of Slash was a welcome bonus since I enjoyed his playing. Best songs of the evening were Fairies, Change and Mama since I had dreamed of seeing Ozzy with Zakk since I never had the chance all those years ago.

I had a golden circle-ticket so I was quite close to the stage. Lots of clapping and cheering and I did not have high hopes about the recording. As it turns out it´s not too shabby. A little tinny perhaps, but overall very listenable. Listen to the youtubeclip and decide for yourself.

Paul McCartney and the Wings - 1976-06-23 - Inglewood, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Live at The Forum, Inglewood, California, USA

Soundboard > Reel to Reel > Theft > Storage/Trading > Silver CD > EAC > FLAC 8 >Torrent>You

Track List: (Tracks 4,7 and 12 are missing due to corrupt files)

01.Venus And Mars/Rockshow
03.Let Me Roll It
05.Medicine Jar
06.Maybe I'm Amazed
08.Lady Madonna
09.The Long And Winding Road
10.Live And Let Die
11.Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)
14.I've Just Seen A Face

This is one of Paul's recordings to be used for a live album, but when it went missing (stolen) another show had to be used. Seattle Kingdome on June 10, 1976. I am sure many of the shows towards the end of the tour were recorded for the purpose of a live album as the band was in its best form and was very comfortable with the material and VERY relaxed with performing it. This show was the last of three nights starting on the 21st of June 1976.
This is not an uncompressed, unmixed soundboard version of an official release, this is a stolen master that was likely intended to be final, but once out on the bootleg market, Paul scrapped this date. It has a lot of mistakes anyhow. And.... this is only one half of the show, this thief was swift enough only to get the first reel. We will likely never hear the second!! The official Rockshow was recorded at the Seattle Kingdome in the vicinity of June 10, 1976.