sabato 30 settembre 2017

Pink Floyd - 1994-10-20 - London, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot) Pay Per View performance


(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

POTWDVD015
Pink Floyd 1994-10-20 PPV

Live at Earl's Court

Source: 
Second generation VHS from 1994-11-01 Pay Per View broadcast. Source tape audio is in mono. Audio dubbed from a stereo roio from the same broadcast. Dubbed in audio from source tape where missing from stereo roio. Due to this, the beginning of SOYCD, Speak To Me, and Wish You Were Here will be slightly lower in volume and sound quality.

Equipment used: 
Panasonic AGW1 VCR > Datavideo TBC-100 Time Base Corrector > Datavideo DAC-100 Digital Video Bridge > Firewire > Hard Drive.

Software: 
Scenealyzer - Capturing
Virtual Dub - Extract audio from avi
Cool Edit Pro - Sync stereo audio to source audio
Soft Encode - Create DD 2.0 audio
Tmpgenc - Create mpeg2 video stream
DVD Lab - DVD authoring

DVD1
01 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02 - Learning To Fly
03 - High Hopes
04 - Take It Back
05 - Coming Back To Life
06 - Sorrow
07 - Keep Talking
08 - Another Brick In The Wall Part 2
09 - One Of These Days

DVD2
01 - Speak To Me
02 - Breathe
03 - On The Run
04 - Time/Breathe Reprise
05 - Great Gig In The Sky
06 - Money
07 - Us And Them
08 - Any Colour You Like
09 - Brain Damage
10 - Eclipse
11 - Wish You Were Here
12 - Comfortably Numb
13 - Run Like Hell

The differences between the PPV version and the official are the camera angles. Also, High Hopes had its solo overdubbed from another show because if you have the PPV on video, Dave hit different notes than the released version. Also, he thanked Roger in a lower tone on the PPV as opposed to the official video. Lastly, Comfortably Numb was edited from 13 minutes from the PPV to over 10 minutes on the released version. Also, that bit of post-production trickery involving the word "Enigma" from the PPV being somewhat disguised on the PULSE release









Herbie Hancock - 1974-11-xx - Bremen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Herbie Hancock & The Headhunters
November 1974 (maybe the 5th, 6th or 7th)
Bremen, Germany @ Musikladen

lineage
Pro-Shot > ? > 2010 japanese TV rebroadcast > ? > DVDR > TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 (menu creation, no re-encoding) > DVDR


NTSC 4:3 704x480
VIDEO: 4,270kbps
AUDIO: AC3 48khz, 256kbps, stereo

Herbie Hancock - Keyboards
Paul Jackson - Electric Bass
Bennie Maupin - Saxophone
Bill Summers - Percussion
Mike Clark - Drums


01. Palm Grease > [0:00 to 18:21]
02. Sly [18:22 to 28:44]
03. Butterfly [29:07 to 44:28]
04. Spank A Lee [44:29 to 51:20]
05. Chameleon [51:25 to 65:41]


Total [66:27]

Willie Dixon - 1973-04-03 - Atlanta, GA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage: 
CD TRADE>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC6

Willie Dixon Bass, + vocals
Lafayette Leake: piano
Carey Bell: Harp, #voc.
Buster Benton Guit., +Vocals 

01 Slow Instr. (harp)   7:03
02 Blues After Hours (piano)   4:37
03 Trouble   5:02
04 Everyday I Have the Blues +  4:31
05 Spider In My Stew +   4:35
06 Crazy'Bout my Baby *   4:27
07 Rock Me Baby *   6:11
08 I Don't Trust Nobody (When It Comes To My Girl)*  5:55
09 Wang Dang Doodle *+#   4:50
10 Fast Instr.>Willie talks about his new album>cuts   :56
11 Instrumental    5:38
12 Everything's Gonna Be Alright #  5:46
13 So Easy to Love You +   7:54
14 Good to the Last Drop +*   3:51
15 Sweet Sixteen (fades out)   3:14
 
Total Time 1:14.37

This is a EXC SBD recording of a great performance from 1973. On Track 10 Willie reminds people that the last few songs (Including Wang dang Doodle) are on their new Album, then that track cuts and track 11 cuts in (poss tape flip?)  Turn this one up.. Enjoy..!!

Deep Purple - 1968-10-18 - Inglewood, CA (DVDfull aud-shot) + bonus

(DVDfull aud-shot)

CAMRip (68), VHSRip (69, 70)
DVD video
MPEG2
MP2
NTSC 4:3 (720x480), 29.97 fps, 4427/4282/4544 kbps
MP2, 48 kHz, 2 channels, 256 kbps

Inglewood '68
01. Hush
02. Kentucky Woman
03. Mandrake Root (break)
04. Mandrake Root (reprise)
05. Help
06. Wring That Neck
07. River Deep, Mountain High
08. Hey Joe
00:52:54

Bilzen '69
01. Wring That Neck
02. Drum solo
03. Mandrake Root
00:24:19

South Bank '70
01. Mandrake Root
00:13:45

















John Lee Hooker - 1983-07-15 - Montreux, CH (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

w/Willie Dixon, John Hammond, Sugar Blue, and Luther Allison**

Lineage:
FM ??? cd eac wav flacfrontend flac

01 - Serves Me Right To Suffer
02 - I Didn't Know
03 - High Heel Sneakers
04 - I'll Take Care Of You
05 - Boom Boom
06 - Worried Life Blues
07 - I'm Jealous
08 - Crawlin' King Snake
09 - Little Girl
10 - Boogie Chillen

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol. 1 (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

01 - What God Wants - Live at the Guitar Legends Festival 91/10/18
02 - The Bravery of Bring Out of Range - Acoustic version from the 1990 Berlin Rehearsals
03 - The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking - Extended version from 12" EP
04 - The Thin Ice - 90/07/21 Live Berlin version when stage lost power
05 - Radio WAVES - Extended Remix from 12" EP
06 - Going to Live in LA - B-Side to Radio WAVES single, unused demo from KAOS
07 - Get Back to Radio - B-Side to The Tide is Turning, the first song Waters wrote for the KAOS project
08 - The Hero's Return Part 2 - 1983 B-Side to Not Now John
09 - Across the Universe - BBC Tribute to John Lennon, performed with Andy Fairweather-Low
10 - Me or Him - Demo recording, taken from a 1987 Rockline Interview
11 - Molly's Song - B-Side to Who Needs Information, recorded live in concert
12 - Sunset Strip - Live during the KAOS tour rehersals
13 - The Gunner's Dream - Live from 84/07/24 in Philadelphia, PA during the Pros and Cons tour
14 - Comfortably Numb - 92/04/01 live version with Don Henley at the Walden Woods Benefit
15 - Outside the Wall - 87/09/20 live version from Los Angeles, only live version of song to date

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol. 2 (STU/SHN)

(Studio SHN)

01 - When the Tigers Broke Free
02 - Run Like Hell
03 - Comfortably Numb
04 - 5:01AM (The Pro's And Con's Of ...
05 - Mother
06 - What Shall We Do Now?
07 - What God Wants, Part 1
08 - In The Flesh
09 - The Tide Is Turning (After Live...
10 - Another Brick In The Wall - part 2
11 - Money
12 - Three Wishes
13 - Nobody Home
14 - Outside The Wall

Roger Waters - Rarities Vol. 3 (STU/SHN)

(Studio SHN)

01 The Russian Missile
02 Towers Of Faith
03 Hey You
04 I Can Tell
05 Sea Shell and Soft Stone
06 Sea Shell and Stone
07 Give Birth to a Smile
08 Seabirds
09 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
10 Pigs On The Wing (part 1)
11 Money
12 Wish You Were Here
13 The Hit
14 Bring The Boys Back Home
15 Lost Boys Calling 

Pearl Jam - 1993-11-30 - Las Vegas, NV (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

ALADDIN THEATER

Source: 
Sirius XM PJ Satellite Radio.

Lineage: 
DAB-S Receiver -> Realtek HD Audio -> Audacity 2.0 -> .WAVS -> FLAC Frontend LVl 8 Aligned On Sector Boundaries.

01. The Rob Intro
02. Even Flow
03. Once
04. Deep
05. Jeremy
06. Dissident/Across The Universe
07. Daughter/Instant Karma
08. Go
09. Animal
10. State Of Love And Trust
11. Tremor Christ
12. Black
13. Blood
14. Alive/ENCORE 1
15. Rearviewmirror
16. Whipping
17. Leash/Tearing
18. Porch/ENCORE 2
19. Swallow My Pride
20. Ain't Nothing to Do
21. My Way (Audience)
22. The Rob Outro

Rating: A+.

Length: 1h:23m:18s.

The Rolling Stones - 2013-06-24 - Washington, DC (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Verizon Center

Source:
CA-14(cardioids)>CA-STC9000>Sony M10(24/48)

Transfer: 
Micro SDHC>PC>WAV>CQ Mastering>FLAC(16/44.1)

Location: 
Section 1 Row L, in line with stage right stacks

Taper: 
Lostbrook

Mastering:
CQ

Covers: 
Ethiessen1

01 Intro
02 Get Off Of My Cloud
03 It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
04 Paint It Black
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Worried About You
07 Street Fighting Man
08 Emotional Rescue
09 Doom And Gloom
10 One More Shot
11 Honky Tonk Women>Band Introductions
12 You Got The Silver
13 Before They Make Me Run
14 Midnight Rambler*
15 Miss You
16 Start Me Up
17 Tumbling Dice
18 Brown Sugar
19 Sympathy For The Devil

Encore:
20 You Can’t Always Get What You Want**
21 Jumpin’ Jack Flash
22 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction*

* with Mick Taylor
** with The Washington Chorus

Notes by the taper:
I wouldn't have gone to this concert but for the fact that two of my sons have recently become obsessed with the Stones. I personally haven't been much of a fan since Mick Taylor left. I was fortunate to attend a 1972 concert at MSG, but the magic was gone for me after seeing them one last time in 1975. Ticket prices, of course, have increased "slightly" since then, and I was faced with the dilemma of buying four tickets - my oldest son would have to come too. Fortunately, my wife is not a fan. My original plan was to buy the least expensive seats and be happy to be in the building. Then my taper mindset kicked in - there was no way I was recording this show from lousy seats. My entire recording career was undoubtedly influenced by the great audience recordings that I devoured from the '69 and '72 tours, so it was only fitting that I try to produce my own. I decided to bite the bullet and offered to buy floor seats for all of us IF my sons would accept the ticket as their upcoming birthday gifts - triple what I would ordinarily spend on them. My youngest son took the deal but my older boys decided to gamble on the $85 lottery. When tickets went on sale, I was able to secure 2 seats in Section 1 and my other sons were fortunate to nab a pair of the $85's (and yes, I still have to buy them birthday gifts!) As the date drew nearer, I found myself feeding off their excitement as we counted down the days. I followed the tour closely on the IORR site and found myself getting excited on my own. After all, I too had been an obsessive fan back in the 60's and early 70's. I also kept a close eye on Ticketmaster, and sure enough, better seats popped up in my section. I called for an exchange and was surprised when the agent cheerfully moved us up 11 rows.

The evening was close to perfect. We beat the traffic and some nasty thunderstorms, found a good parking place, and had a nice dinner at The Green Turtle. My sons picked up their $85 tickets and were disappointed to learn they had last row in the far corner. We had discussed some self-upgrading strategies beforehand and - talented boys that they are - they stealthed their way close to the stage in Section 112 Row C for the entire concert. This was a dream come true for them, as it was for my youngest son in the 12th row with me. I could complain about some of the song choices or the limited use of Mick Taylor (perhaps one day we'll understand the reason) but what's the point?. It was the Stones' party and we were thrilled to be there. The concert was one long celebration. The recording location was perfect. The sound was excellent and our neighbors were quieter than I could have hoped for. I'm very pleased with the results and I hope you are too.

The Rolling Stones - 1998-01-17 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

"Sweet Home New York City"
Madison Square Garden; New York 17th January 1998

Uploader : Johnky [liverecordings@gmail.com]

Websites : www.live-recordings.net /==/ www.facebook.com/liverecordings

Sound Quality : Soundboard

Length : 77.26 / 77.23

DISC ONE
01. Intro
02. Satisfaction
03. Let's Spend The Night Together
04. Flip The Switch
05. Gimme Shelter
06. When The Whip Comes Down
07. Might As Well Get Juiced
08. All Down The Line
09. Saint Of Me
10. Out Of Control
11. Miss You
12. Thief In The Night
13. You Don't Have to Mean It

DISC TWO
14. Intro
15. Little Queenie
16. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
17. Like A Rolling Stone
18. Sympathy For The Devil
19. Tumbling Dice
20. Honky Tonk Woman
21. Start Me Up
22. Jumpin Jack Flash
23. You Cantt Always Get What You Want
24. Brown Sugar
25. Low Down
26. Memory Motel
27. Little Red Rooster

Supertramp - 1976-08-26 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Young Music Show

Not the best quality, but apparently the only footage available of this show.

01 - School
02 - Bloody Well Right
03 - Hide In Your Shell
04 - Poor Boy
05 - Dreamer
06 - Rudy
07 - Lady
08 - Crime Of The Century (cut at the very end)

Bonus:
SUPERGROUPS
Dreamer

THE OLD GREY WHISTLE TEST
Dreamer (October 1974) 


G3 (Fripp - Vai - Satriani) - 2004-07-01 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Palais Des Congres 

audience recording in a good "A" quality by HZAMALIEN 
Sony ECM MS-717 > iRiver ihp-120 > wav 

set#1: ROBERT FRIPP 27:40 
1. French Soundscapes I > II > III 27:40 
lineup: 
RObert Fripp - guitar, frippertronics 
http://www.dgmlive.com/diaries.htm?diarist=3&entry=319 

set#2: STEVE VAI 61:20 
1. I know you're here 9:27 
2. Giant Balls of Gold 5:20 
3. Answers 5:17 
4. Reaper 7:14 
5. Juice 3:57 
6. Whispering a Prayer 8:47 
7. Bangkok Bullwhip > Get the Hell out of here 11:02 
8. For the Love of God 10:12 

lineup: 
steve Vai - guitar 
Jeremy Coulson - drums 
Tony Macalpine - guitar, keyboards 
Billy Sheehan - bass 
Dave Weiner - rhythm guitar 

set#3: JOE SATRIANI 65:58 
1. Hands in the Air 5:39 
2. Satch Boogie 4:30 
3. Cool #9 6:47 
4. Gnaahh 3:37 
5. I Like the Rain 4:28 
6. Up in Flames 5:42 
7. Always with me, Always with you 7:36 
8. Searching 10:21 
9. Is There Love in Space 4:45 * 
10. War 7:04 * 
11. Flying in a Blue Dream 5:30 * 

lineup: 
Joe Satriani - guitar 
Jeff Camitelli - drums 
Matt Bissonette - bass 
Galen Henson - rhythm guitar 
* Robert Fripp - soundscapes 
http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=226030 
http://www.satriani.com/perl/2004/photos?area=2000/road&dir=2004-07-01 

set#4: G3 EXPERIENCE 29:33 
1. (announcement Joe Satrianai) 1:14 
2. Ice 9 4:52 
3. Red (3:67) > Murder 7:36 
4. Keep on Rockin' in the Free World 15:51 

lineup: 
Robert Fripp - guitar, frippertronics 
Steve Vai - guitar 
Joe Satriani - guitar 
http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=226029 
http://www.united-mutations.com/g/g3.htm 

total time 184:30 min. 

G3 (Satriani-Vai-Petrucci) - 2001-06-26 - Phoenix, AZ (AUD/SHN)


(Audience SHN)

Date: June 26, 2001 
Location: Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, AZ, USA 
Media: 4CDR 
Duration: 40.14 / 54.19 / 54.12 / 25.40 
Type: AUD 
Quality: A++ 
Source: Out of This World 

John Petrucci
John Petrucci (Guitar) 
Dave LaRue (Bass) 
Mike Portnoy (Drums) 

01-I.B.S. 
02-Damage Control 
03-Lost Without You 
04-Glasgow Kiss 
05-Paradigm Shift/ Erotomania 

*******

Steve Vai (Guitar) 
Billy Sheehan (Bass) 
Virgil Donati (Drums) 
Mike Keneally (Guitar, Keys) 
Dave Weiner (Guitar, Sitar) 

06-Shy Boy 
07-Giant Balls of Gold 
08-Erotic Nightmare 
09-Whispering a Prayer 
10-The Animal 
11-Incantation 
12-Jibboom 
13-For the Love of God 

*******

Joe Satriani (Guitar) 
Stu Hamm (Bass) 
Jeff Campitelli(Drums) 

14-Cool #9 
15-Devils Slide 
16-Satch Boogie 
17-Flying in a Blue Dream 
18-The Extremist 
19-Summer Song 
20-Rasberry Jam Delta-V 
21-Always with Me, Always with You 
22-Surfing With The Alien 

G3 Jam 
23-La Grange 
24-Voodoo Child 
25-Little Wing 

Notes: 
Well, this could easily be an official recording, the info file says audience sourced but the sound is simply amazing. I really liked Satriani's and Vai's set although i'm not very familiar with their material. Petrucci played a few tracks that were released 4 years later which was a surprise to me (also, Paradigm Shift is just perfect :D)

venerdì 29 settembre 2017

Guns N' Roses - 2017-09-23 - Rio de Janeiro, BR (ts pro-shot) 19.79 GB


(ts pro-shot) 19.79 GB

2017
HDTV
1080i
TS
H.264
AC3
MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 29.97fps 12.8 Mb/s
Dolby AC3 48000Hz 6ch 384kbps

01 - It's So Easy
02 - Mr. Brownstone
03 - Chinese Democracy
04 - Welcome to the Jungle
05 - Double Talkin' Jive
06 - Better
07 - Estranged
08 - Live and Let Die
09 - Rocket Queen
10 - You Could Be Mine
11 - Attitude
12 - This I Love
13 - Civil War
14 - Yesterdays
15 - Coma
16 - Slash Guitar Solo
17 - Speak Softly Love (Love Theme From The Godfather)
18 - Sweet Child O' Mine
19 - Wichita Lineman
20 - Used to Love Her
21 - My Michelle
22 - Wish You Were Here
23 - November Rain
24 - Black Hole Sun
25 - Knockin' on Heaven's Door
26 - Nightrain
27 - Sorry
28 - Patience
29 - Whole Lotta Rosie
30 - Don't Cry
31 - The Seeker
32 - Paradise City (not complete) 

03:24:52









Bon Jovi - 1985-05-18 - Tilburg, Holland (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Nooderligt Club 

Technical Information: 
Video: 
Duration: 1:26:25 
Codec: MPEG-1/2 Video 
Resolution: 720 x 576 
Refresh rate: 50 

Audio: 
Codec: A52 Audio (aka AC3) (a52) 
Channel: Stereo 
Sampling rate: 48000 Hz 
Bitrate: 256 kb/s 

01 - Tokyo Road (audio kicks in after 1 minute) 
02 - Roulette 
03 - Breakout 
04 - Only Lonely 
05 - Shot Through The Heart 
06 - Silent Night 
07 - Hardest Part Is The Night 
08 - Guitar Solo 
09 - In & Out Of Love 
10 - King Of The Mountain 
11 - Runaway 
12 - Get Ready 
13 - I Don't Wanna Go Home 
14 - Burning For Love 

NOTE: Great picture and a great sound quality! Definitely the best audience recording of their early years! Highly recommended! 

Bon Jovi - 1995-12-01 - Johannesburg, South Africa (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Show Venue:
Johanesburg Stadium

Source:
DVD - Pro Shot

Video Quality/Production Info:
VHS Quality

Audio/Video Specs:
Video: 9555 Kbps, 704x480 (4:3), 29.970 fps
Audio: AC3, 256 kbps, 48000 KHz, 2 Channels

Format:
NTSC

01 - Helter skelter
02 - Livin on a prayer
03 - You give love a bad name
04 - Keep the faith
05 - These days
06 - Bed of roses
07 - Someday I'll be Saturday night
08 - Something for the pain
09 - Blood money
10 - Blaze of glory
11 - Lay your hands on me
12 - I’ll sleep when I'm dead
13 - Bad medicine
14 - Shout
15 - This ain’t a love song


Ray Charles - 1975-05-01 - Madrid, ES (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

with the Ray Charles Orchestra & The Raelettes

Last show of their spanish tour. Madrid, may 1975.

Broadcasted originally by TVE - Rebroadcasted May 13, 2006 by TVE 50 Years Channel.

This show is in Black & White.
91:33 minutes

MPEG-1 Layer 2 audio codec 0xc0:48000Hz  192 kb/s tot , Stereo 
MPEG-2 4.0 mbps variable rate - 720 x 576, 25 fps (PAL) 

Recorded live from DVB-T broadcast in HD using EyeTV for OSX & Terratec Cinergy T2 Burned directly in Toast Titanium 7. Not reencoded, Not edited 

The show first part is by the Ray Charles Orchestra alone (around 30 mn).

01 Instrumental
02 Instrumental
03 Instrumental
04 Instrumental
05 Instrumental
06 Bright Lights & You
07 Georgia On My Mind
08 'Til There Was You
09 Feel So Bad
10 Alexander's Ragtime Band
11 Unknown
12 I Can't Stop Loving You
13 Rock Steady
14 In The Evening
15 Stormy Monday
16 Unknown
17 What'd I Say
18 Outro

John Mayall - 1968-12-04 - Goteborg, SWE (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

John Mayall voc, harp, org., guit.

Mick Taylor: guit.
Colin Allen: drums*
Steve Thompson: bass

Lineage:

2nd Gen. Cass. - Nak. ZX7 Cass.Deck- Pioneer PDR05 CDrecorder-Eac-shn


01 Oh Baby
02 Baby you´re wrong
03 Worried about you
04 Somebody is acting like a child
05 Drury Lane
06 It hurts me to leave
Encore:
07 Hey little Girl(Walking down the Street)


Time: ca. 43 mins.

Not too much 60´s White Blues roots here, recently......

So here´s my favorite tape from the John Mayall´s Bluesbreakers:
A very unusual performance with some incredible playing by the boys,
not the usual live stuff, but great!

This is the best sounding audience recording of John Mayall´s Bluesbreakers from the 60´s I heard yet!

(overall a more well balanced sound than on the Windsor Fest. 67 tape)