sabato 30 settembre 2017

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

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd 1994-10-20 PPV

Live at Earl's Court

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.

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

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

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

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]

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

(Soundboard FLAC)

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

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)


Sirius XM PJ Satellite Radio.

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 - 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 []

Websites : /==/

Sound Quality : Soundboard

Length : 77.26 / 77.23

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

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

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 
RObert Fripp - guitar, frippertronics 

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 

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 * 

Joe Satriani - guitar 
Jeff Camitelli - drums 
Matt Bissonette - bass 
Galen Henson - rhythm guitar 
* Robert Fripp - soundscapes 

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 

Robert Fripp - guitar, frippertronics 
Steve Vai - guitar 
Joe Satriani - guitar 

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) 

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 
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 

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

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


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
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)

giovedì 28 settembre 2017

Willie Nelson - 1975-06-07 - San Francisco, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Boarding House

K101-FM radio broadcast > ?? > CD-R > EAC wav (hard drive) > Audacity TAO-corrected > CD-R > EAC wav (hard drive) > Traders Little Helper flac level 8

01. Whiskey River / Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer)
02. Funny How Time Slips Away / Crazy / Night Life
03. Bloody Mary Morning
04. Me And Paul
05. I Still Can't Believe You're Gone
06. Shotgun Willie
07. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
08. A Goodhearted Woman (In Love With A Goodtimin' Man)
09. Time Of The Preacher / I Couldn't Believe It Was True / Time Of The Preacher Theme / Blue Rock Montana / Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain / Red-Headed Stranger / Time Of The Preacher Theme
10. If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time / Look What Thoughts Will Do / Truck Drivin' Man / After The Fire Is Gone / Phases and Stages: Pick Up The Tempo
11. If You Can't Undo The Wrong, Undo The Right
12. A Song For You
13. Instrumental
14. Mr. Record Man / Hello Walls / I Live One Day At A Time / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
15. I Gotta Get Drunk
16. The Sound In Your Mind
17. Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms

Bridge School Benefit II - 1988-12-04 - Oakland, CA (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboadr SHN)

SBD > DAT > CD > EAC > mkw > SHN

Disc I:
Neil Young
01 Comes A Time
02 Sugar Mountain
03 This Note's For You
04 American Dream*

Nils Lofgren
05 Intro
06 Dreams Die Hard
07 Live Each Day
08 Believe A Little Bit In Yourself**
09 Keith Don't Go
10 No Mercy

Billy Idol
11 Intro
12 Jam
13 To Be A Lover
14 Prodigal Son Blues

Pegi Young
15 Thank You

Disc II:
Bob Dylan with G.E. Smith
01 San Francisco Bay Blues
02 Pretty Boy Floyd
03 With God On Our Side
04 Girl From The North Country
05 Gates of Eden
06 Forever Young

Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir & Rob Wasserman
07 Intro
08 Wang Dang Doodle***
09 Friend of the Devil
10 Throwing Stones
11 Ripple

Disc III:
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
01 Intro
02 Even The Losers
03 Blue Moon of Kentucky
04 The Wild One, Forever
05 Refugee
06 Don't Come Around Here No More
07 The Waiting

Tracy Chapman
08 If Not Now...
09 Blame's All Mine
10 Fast Car
11 Mountains O' Things
12 All That You Have Is Your Soul

Disc IV:
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
01 Helplessly Hoping
02 Love The One You're With
03 This Old House
04 Southern Man
05 Don't Say Goodbye
06 Compass
07 Long Time Gone
08 Southern Cross
09 Teach Your Children

* with Crosby, Stills & Nash
** with Neil Young on background vocals and harmonica
*** with Neil Young on harmonica

There are cuts between some of the tracks where it appears spaces between some of the songs has been edited out.

Depeche Mode - 1983-12-06 - Amsterdam, NL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

low gen Tape (FM) -> PC -> remastering -> Flac -> YOU

01 Everything Counts
02 See You
03 Get The Balance Right
04 Love In Itself
05 Pipeline
06 Photographic
07 Told You So
08 New Life
09 More Than A Party
10 The Meaning Of Love
11 Just Cant Get Enough
- Announcer-

TRT 50:07

The Kinks - 1970-11-13 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Fillmore West

soundboard/cd-r/eac/pc/wav/cool edit 2000//flac

Ray Davies: gtr, vocals
Dave Davies: gtr, vocals
Mick Avery: drums
Pete Quaif: bass

01. Opening (Mr. Wonderful)
02.Till The End Of The Day
03. Last of The Steam Powered Trains
04. Big Sky
05. Brainwashed
06. Strangers
07. A Long Way From Home
08. Harry Rag
09. Act Nice And Gentle
10. Sunny Afternoon (fade in)
11. Waterloo Sunset
12. Lola
13 Top Of The Pops (fade out)

Klassic Kinks, Klassic set, Klassic Venue. God Save The Kinks! Enjoy. Dearg Doom.

U2 - 1981-10-30 - Amsterdam, NL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


unknown equipment > 1st Gen/ master analog tape > 2 wav files > X-Wave MP3 Cutter Joiner 1.1 > FairStars Audio Converter > FLAC

Taper: unknown

01 Intro
02 Gloria
03 Another Time Another Place
04 I Threw A Brick Through A Window
05 An Cat Dubh
06 Into The Heart
07 Rejoice
08 Cry/The Electric Co./ Send In The Clowns (snippet)
09 I Fall Down
10 October
11 Stories For Boys
12 I Will Follow
13 Twilight
14 Out Of Control
15 encore break
16 Fire
17 happy birthday to Larry Mullen Jnr.
18 11 O'clock Tick Tock
19 The Ocean
20 The End (PA music)

This recording was given to me by A.V. and it was asked to be uploaded. This is an unreleased recording with 31 years (amazing!), so here it is, this is for him and for every U2 fan to enjoy this early performance from U2 at the Paradiso.

The Who - 1968-04-06 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Fillmore East 1968 + French TV 1966 (bonus) [Sunrise SR-0012]
Lineage: Silver CD > WAVE (Exact Rip with xACT) > FLAC (Level 8, xACT)

Live at Fillmore East, New York City, USA - April 6, 1968:

01. Summertime Blues
02. Fortune Teller
03. Tattoo
04. Little Billy
05. I Can't Explain
06. Happy Jack
07. Relax
08. A Quick One while He#s Away
09. My May
10. Shakin' All Over
11. Boris The Spider
12. My Generation

Live a The Pier Pavillon, Felixstowe, UK - September 9, 1966:
(Taken from French TV, broadcast 18 October, 1966)

13. I'm A Boy
14. Substitute
15. My Generation

One of the best and most bootlegged Who shows from this era. It documents their transition from a "pop" band into hard rock jamming. Shakin' All Over is a very long jam that showcases PT's lead guitar styles and how well JAE is in tune to Pete's playing. Relax is another worthy psychedelic guitar jam. There are various versions of this show around that claim to be from different dates and slightly different set lists that at times omit Summertime Blues and / or the mini opera (A Quick One) and / or My Generation. Some claim to be from April 5, 1968, some from April 6, 1968 (taken from

mercoledì 27 settembre 2017

Guns n' Roses - 1987-12-30 - Pasadena, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Perkins Palace, Pasadena, CA
Toasted/Condor 1994/1995

FM > ? > My Silvers > EAC secure > WAV > FLAC

Bad Boys, Great Noize (Part One) Condor 1994
1. ...It's So Easy
2. Move to the City
3. Mr Brownstone
4. Out Ta Get Me
5. Sweet Child O' Mine
6. I Used To Love Her
7. My Michelle
8. Rocket Queen
9. Knockin' on Heaven's Door

Noizemakers (Part Two) Condor 1995
1. Welcome to the Jungle
2. You're Crazy
3. Blues Jam
4. Night train
5. Paradise City
6. Patience
7. Mama Kin
8. Knockin on Heaven's Door*

* = audience source

Van Halen - 1982-10-27 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Montreal Forum

Tracks 7-9 on Disc 2 August 25, 1981
Greensboro, North Carolina USA

Audience Recording

Silver CD's > EAC (secure) > wav > TLH > FLAC 8 > you

Disc 1
01 Romeo Delight
02 Unchained-Drum Solo
03 The Full Bug
04 Runnin' With the Devil
05 Jamie's Cryin'
06 Little Guitars
07 Where Have All the Good Times Gone
08 Bass Solo
09 Hang 'em High
10 Cathedral-Secrets
11 Everybody Wants Some!!
12 Dance the Night Away
13 Somebody Get Me A Doctor

Disc 2
01 Ice Cream Man
02 (Oh) Pretty Woman
03 Guitar Solo
04 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
05 Bottoms Up
06 You Really Got Me
07 Ice Cream Man
08 Mean Street
09 Guitar Solo

Disc 1 67.19,
Disc 2 65.27

Tracks 7, 8 & 9 on Disc 2 are from Greensboro, NC, USA.
The cover Has Eddie in B/W in mid-air playing the Frankenstein.
The back cover has a group shot, Dave in red & yellow stripes, Michael in a jumpsuit & scarf, Alex in leather & shades, Eddie in stripes.
This is an A-/B+ audience recording of the Diver Down tour. Both the Montreal, and North Carolina shows are very similar in quality.
Rear cover lists "The Full Bug" as "The Big Full".
Mike's bass solo is listed as "1984 - Bass solo" - which obviously wasn't released until the "1984" album was released. The solo contained elements of "Could This Be Magic", and the theme to the television show, "Gunsmoke".
"Mean Street" is listed as "Cold Steel Blues".

Kraftwerk - 2013-01-19 - Dusseldorf, DE (AUD/FLAC) Late Show

(Audience FLAC)


Bootleg Title: 
Numbers Are: 0211 

Venue City Country Date 
Grabbe Halle, Kunstsammlung NRW, Dusseldorf, Germany, 2013-01-19 (LATE SHOW) 23:59 

Audience Recording / Exc. 


SP-CMC-25 with SP-EMC-1 Croakie Mount Option > SP-PREAMP - Sound Professionals - Low Noise Gain-Selectable Portable Stereo Preamp (0db gain) > Edirol R-09HR (16 bit, 44.1 kHz) > WAV to FLAC conversion with Traders Little Helper - ffp with Traders Little Helper-Torrent file with Maketorrent; equalized with Har-Bal; tweaked with Magix Audio Cleaning Lab 17 

Ralf Hütter – lead vocals, electronics & computers 
Fritz Hilpert – electronics & computers 
Henning Schmitz – electronics & computers 
Falk Grieffenhagen - live video technician (2013) 

01 Pre-Concert Kling Klang 
02 Intro: Heute Abend... 
03 Die Roboter 
04 Computerliebe 
05 Taschenrechner 
06 Dentaku 
07 Autobahn 
08 Geigerzähler 
09 Radioaktivität 
10 Trans-Europa Express 
11 Spacelab 
12 Das Model 
13 Neonlicht 
14 Die Mensch-Maschine 
15 Nummern 
16 Computerwelt 
17 Heimcomputer 
18 Tour de France 1983 
19 Tour de France 2003 
20 Vitamin 
21 Expo 2000 
22 Planet der Visionen 
23 Electric Café 
24 Boing Boom Tschak 
25 Techno Pop 
26 Musique Non Stop 

Had a wonderful time in my hometown! Kraftwerk were brilliant, what else can I say? I was located just behind the soundboard. Sound quality is rather nice! This concludes my little series of Kraftwerk Dusseldorf concerts that I taped. I also taped the AUTOBAHN show but since there is a professionally remastered recording already on the tracker there is no real need to work on my own tape. I shared what I had and I hope you will do the same for me and the rest of the community next time.

Jackson Browne - 1983-08-23 - Oklahoma City, OK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

The Myriad

Recording: Sony ECM939T > Sony WM-D6
Location: Section 320 Row A Seat 2
Taper: mjk5510

Transfer: Audience Master Tapes > Nakamichi CR-5A > MacBook Pro > Audacity > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / subtle tweak / indexing) > xACT > FLAC

101 Somebody's Baby
102 Here Comes Those Tears Again
103 That Girl Could Sing
104 Tender Is The Night
105 Boulevard
106 Call It A Loan
107 The Fuse
108 Say It Isn't True
109 For Everyman
110 Lawyers In Love
111 Late For The Sky
201 On The Day
202 Cut It Away
203 Downtown
204 Running On Empty
205 Sleeps Dark And Silent Gate
206 Band Introduction
207 The Pretender
208 Hod On Hold Out
209 The Load Out + Stay
210 Doctor My Eyes
211 For A Rocker

Known Faults:
-Hold On Hold Out: an almost seamless splice toward the end.

This is the last show of a 4 shows in 5 days taping trip I took in 1983, taping David Bowie twice (Austin on the 19th and Dallas on the 20th) and Jackson Browne twice (Dallas on the 21st and OKC on the 23rd).

This is an excellent capture from the first row of the lower balcony, two sections back from the stage.

The sound mix at these shows was tremendous and went a long way in making this show a joy to capture on tape. The new songs sounded much better than I had anticipated and the older songs were simply breathtaking.

Men At Work - 1982-12-02 - Hamburg, DE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Rockpalast, Markthalle
Hamburg, Germany
December 2, 1982
Soundboard recording

Soundboard -> unknown lineage -> trade CDR -> EAC -> FLAC

01 - No Restrictions (start cut)
02 - I Can See It In Your Eyes
03 - People Just Love To Play With Words
04 - Overkill
05 - Touching The Untouchables
06 - Catch A Star
07 - Underground
08 - Helpless Automation
09 - Highwire
10 - Down Under
11 - F-19
12 - Shintaro
13 - Who Can It Be Now
14 - Mr. Entertainer
15 - It's A Mistake
16 - I'd Like To
17 - Be Good Johnny
18 - Upstairs In My House
19 - Keypunch Operator

T-Rex - 1972-01-28 - Oslo, Norway (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Chateau Neuf 

Taper unknown 


Marc Bolan - Guitar & Vocals 
Mickey Finn - Percussion & Vocals 
Steve Currie - Bass & Vocals 
Bill Legend - Drums 

01- Cadillac. 11:08 
02- Jeepster. 6:51 
03- Baby Strange. 6:09 
04- Spaceball Ricochet. 5:30 
05- Girl. 4:21 
06- Cosmic Dancer. 7:13 
07- Guitar tuning. 2:20 
08- Hot Love. 6:54 
09- Get It On (fades out). 8:51 

It is not complete.

Led Zeppelin - 1975-01-20 - Chicago, IL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, USA


Silver's > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Title: Live At The Chicago Stadium
Label: Cobra Standard Series (027)

CD 1
01. Rock And Roll
02. Sick Again
03. Over The Hills And Far Away
04. When The Levee Breaks
05. The Song Remains The Same
06. The Rain Song
07. Kashmir
08. The Wanton Song
09. No Quarter

CD 2
01. In My Time Of Dying
02. Trampled Underfoot
03. Moby Dick
04. How Many More Times (incl. The Hunter)
05. Stairway To Heaven
06. Whole Lotta Love
07. Black Dog
08. Communication Breakdown

Midnight Oil - 2017-04-17 - Aix les Bains, FR (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Midnight Oil 
Festival Musilac - Aix les Bains 

Audience recording 

DPA4061 + battery Box--> Zoom H2--> Wav--> Audacity--> TLD--> Flac Level 8 

01 Intro 
02 Redneck Wonderland 
03 Bullroarer 
04 King of the Mountain 
05 My Country 
06 Luritja Way 
07 Kosciusko 
08 Now or Never Land 
09 Dreamworld 
10 The Dead Heart 
11 Beds Are Burning 
12 Blue Sky Mine 
13 Forgotten Years

Santana - 1992-08-15 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

(w/John Lee Hooker and Marcia Miget as guests)
Greek Theatre, 
Los Angeles, CA
August 15, 1992  (1992-08-15)

Thanks to the original uploader, stuccoholmes! Here are his original notes:

"CRGP #34
Sbd -> DATs? -> cassettes (master?/low generation) -> DATs
DATs transferred on December 9, 2008
Sony PCM-R500 (extremely low error rates) -> RME Fireface -> Sony Laptop -> Cubase 3 -> Adobe Audition 2, minor front and tail edits etc., UV22 dither -> Trader's Little Helper (FLAC=

Carlos Santana (g/perc/vo), Walfredo De Los Reyes (ds), Myron Dove (b), Alex Ligertwood (g/vo), Karl Perazzo (perc/vo), Raul Rekow (perc/vo), Chester Thompson (kbd/vo) 

D1 (11 Tracks) (79:20) 
1) //Peace On Earth 
2) Somewhere In Heaven -> 
3) Batuka ->
4) No One To Depend On 
5) Life Is For Living 
6) Free All The People (South Africa) 
7) Savor Agua Que Va Caer/KarlPerazzo/ RaulRekow 
9) Wings Of Grace 
10) Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen -> 
11) Oye Como Va 

D2 (8 Tracks) (68:02)
1) The Healer (1)
2) Stripped Me Naked (1)(2) -> 
3) Super Boogie -> 
4) Angels All Around Us/Spirits Dancing In The Flesh 
5) Make Somebody Happy/Get It In Your Soul/Walfredo De Los Reyes/Myron Dove 
6) Europa (for Zeola Gaye)
7) Toussaint L'Overture

Soul Sacrifice/?/Band Introduction 

W/John Lee Hooker (1), Marcia Miget (2)


Carlos and John Lee Hooker in the City of Angels! Good news, bad news. This sbd show has some harsh cuts. However, what is here is simply superlative. Anyone have a  more complete copy with verifiable lineage?  Any set list corrections/additions are always appreciated. Another Thank You to Herman, and the folks at Santanamigos for lots of extremely useful information, including this set list.

martedì 26 settembre 2017

Blackfoot - 1981-07-24 - Atlanta, GA (FM/FLAC)

(FM Radio Broadcast FLAC)

Fox Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Rickey Medlocke (Vocals, Guitars)
Charlie Hargrett (Guitars)
Greg T. Walker (Bass, Keyboards, BG Vocals)
Jakson Spires (Drums, Percussion, BG Vocals)

01. Gimme Gimme Gimme
02. On The Run
03. I Got A Line On You
04. Every Man Should Know (Queenie)
05. Searchin'
06. Fox Chase
07. Too Hard To Handle
08. Fly Away
09. Road Fever
10. Train Train
11. Radio Station ID's
12. Highway Song
13. Rattlesnake Rock n Roller
14. Announcer Closing Comments

Total Time - 75:10.34

From "The Marauder" Promotion Tour.

Scorpions - 1988-06-26 - East Rutherford, NJ (DVDfull aud-shot) by REQUEST

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Monsters of Rock
Giants Stadium - East Rutherford, NJ
June 26, 1988
CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol.2

video: encoded to 4:3 NTSC mpeg2 at 8.2K max, 6.4K avg, and 1K min
left angle: (CBG) Ricoh R-600 (same spec as Sony CCD-V5) 8mm camcorder (w/ 2X teleconverter lens) master tape; copied using a Digital8 camcorder with Time Base Correction connected to another Digital8 camcamcorder via firewire
right angle: (Grey) unknown model Toshiba 8mm camcorder (w/ 1.5X teleconverter lens) master tape; copied using a Digital8 camcorder with Time Base Correction connected to another Digital8 camcorder via firewire

audio: (1,536 bit LPCM) from right angle camcorder's internal mic

DVD authoring: Silver Stallion DVDs (AKA guitard on Dime)

running time 74 mins (full show)

01. Blackout
02. Big City Nights
03. Every Minute Every Day
04. Rhythm Of Love
05. Bad Boys Running Wild
06. Make It Real
07. Coast To Coast
08. Still Loving You
09. Don't Stop At The Top
10. Can't Live Without You
11. Coming Home
12. The Zoo
13. No One Like You
14. Rock You Like A Hurricane
15. Dynamite

As for the show, this is “CBG Classic Master Video Series Vol.2”. This show stands out for the massive food fight where the people on the 3rd level at Giants Stadium starting throwing all their food and drinks and trash over the wall onto us on the 1st level. The second level mezzenine folks were spared as they were tucked in underneath the 3rd level. Me and the others on the 1st level, well, we were the trash bin. I had soda, ketchup, mustard tossed on me. Even a hotdog in a bun hit me. You can see everyone taking cover under plastic in the show around me. The song was Coast to Coast, an instrumental jam that fit the occasion so aptly. I was just in a zone, taking the the abuse and working hard for the show. If I was further into my filming career, I would have done a better job panning the crowd a little slower to gather it all in. But this was like show number 20 that I had filmed at this point, and I was a baby in this job. I did however get the trash coming down on me and you can see all the paper and wrappers coming down on the other side of the stadium as I panned by. Back then, I really stayed focused on the show and band, so I didn't get as much of the food fight as I should have. I also didn't get the trash tornado as wel as I should have. Part of the issue was having a 2x magnification lens on the camera that had me closer to the other side than the standard 6x zoom on the camera. The trash tornado inside the stadium due to the swirling winds was so cool as all the paper and wrappers were circulating around the stadium in a sort of slow motion that made the scene surreal. The only other experience I had like that was before I filmed at the Defenders of the Faith Judas Priest show at Madison Square Garden where someone got the idea to cut the seat cussion out of a seat and flick it like a frisbee through the air from the 400 level. Next thing you know, for the rest of the show, it was like monkey see monkey do as there were like 100 seat cushions gliding through the air littering the stage and everywhere for the rest of the show, maybe 45 minutes to end the show. Ron Halford didn't miss a note as he was clocked in the head with a cushion and just kept on singing as it glanced off his head...needless to say, Judas Priest was banned from MSG for that show. That was the height of metal in the USA. There was a Joe Jackson show at MSG the next night and supposedly they had to borrow 5000 seats from Byrne Arena for the show. Priest played Byrne Arena twice the next tour in 86 in June and August because they were still banned from MSG. So those were the two shows where something like this trash tornado and the seat cushion fling that I experienced. This Scorpions show is lucky to even exist for me. As I was stupid and didn't cover my camera then, I kept filming the show trying to not let the food hitting me bother me. Next thing I didn't know, the whole section cleared out on the first level 50 yard line where I was and I am filming standing on the chair with that monster camera up to my face with ketchup and mustard on it. Only me standing in daylight still 55 minutes into the show. I had no idea everyone left. I had my eye in the lens doing this by myself. Out of the corner of my eye, I see yellow and look left and it is three Giants Stadium security guards in yellow shirts with headsets on standing in the row behind me with their arms folded just observing me. Oh, I am so busted I thought. So I step down off the chair and the lead guy says 'put it away I don't want to see it again, if I see it again you are out of here'. I say thanks and put the camera in a bag under my seat. The other guy next to him says 'take the tape' and the lead guy (very cool who ever you are) says 'no, just put it away or you will be out of here'. I say thanks alot and just sit. I was wondering what would happen since at a Greatful Dead show at Giants a year earlier someone supposedly was beat to death by the security there and dumped on the side of the I heard,,,so I was somewhat concerned...but that lead security guy was so cool. Thanks for being sane who ever you were. I missed 2 and a half songs at the end due to being caught. But I got 54 minutes of the show. You can read the Van Halen show notes for what happened afterwards. 24 years later the tape from Grey that he shot in the mezzenine level on the opposite side appears on eBAY (appears to be taken from him) and I purchase it for $100, the master tape for sure. With all his handwriting on it describing how he filmed it, and who else filmed it (me included). That was wierd. So now Silver Stallion did the best mix of the two angles he could and it is presented to you now to enjoy 25+ years later. Nothing was ever officially released from this tour, so it is cool to have a 2cam mix show from the only Monsters of Rock tour in the USA. Grey, if you are out there and want your master tapes back, as I said before, I will give them back to you for free even though I bought them for $100 a piece. I would want someone to do that for me if my masters were taken. Posted by CBG5150 2014-03-10