mercoledì 28 febbraio 2018

Leonard Cohen - 1993-05-23 - Zurich, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)


01 - Dance Me to the End of Love
02 - The Future
03 - Ain't No Cure for Love
04 - Bird on the Wire
05 - Everybody Knows
06 - Anthem
07 - First We Take Manhattan
08 - Avalanche
09 - Chelsea Hotel #2
10 - Tower of Song
11 - Democracy
12 - Waiting for the Miracle
13 - I'm Your Man
14 - Joan of Arc
15 - Closing Time
16 - Take This Waltz
17 - Sisters of Mercy
18 - Hallelujah
19 - I Tried to Leave You
20 - So Long, Marianne

Great great show from the 1993 tour, taken from a Bootleg, which was taken from a FM broadcast. This one has surely been seeded before, but it's so great that you need to have here again...

PJ Harvey - 2004-06-30 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Le Zenith

Rip from the silver bootleg "Lick My Legs" on Damion Records (2004)

Ripping was successfully done in EAC. Files saved as .WAV. Log included
Encoding was done in Trader's Little Helper, as Flac (8) 
Flac FingerPrints included
Pictures of the bootleg included

01. Uh Huh Her
02. Meet Ze Monsta
03. The Letter
04. Big Exit & Who The Fuck
05. Dress
06. Evol
07. A Perfect Day Elise
08. Shame
09. Victory
10. You Come Through
11. The Darkest Day Of Me & Him
12. Good Fortune
13. Down By The Water
14. Taut
15. Harder
16. Cat On The Wall
17. The Whore's Hustle & The Hustler's Whore
18. Mystery Of Love*
19. My Friends Have*
20. Rid Of Me*
21. To Bring You My Love*

* Guest performance by Marianne Faithful

Total running time:
78.36 min

Joni Mitchell - 1968-01-10 - Cambridge, MA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Club 47 

January 1968 (date unknown - but labeled as the 10th, which is commonly used for this recording.) 
broadcast on WTBS-FM, MIT radio (before the Turner Network bought their call letters. MIT radio is now known as WMBR) 
performance quality: B+ 
recording quality: B+ 

FM broadcast tape, possibly from a vinyl boot LP 

01. Cactus Tree 
02. Night In The City 
03. Gift Of The Magi 
04. I Had A King 
05. Morning Morgantown 
06. Ballerina Valerie 
07. Song To A Seagull 
08. Both Sides Now 
09. Conversation 
10. Come To The Sunshine 
11. Chelsea Morning 
12. The Pirate of Penance 
13. The Way It Is 
14. The Dawntreader 

runtime: 65:07 

original comments from glasnostrd19 in 2009: 
A real early solo acoustic show with Joni Mitchell. This is the earliest Joni I've ever heard and she already had her distinctive vocal style. She does a bit of talking between some of the tunes, I didn't bother to seperate the talk into its own tracks as some like to do. I've had this tape for years, no idea of its lineage, there is likely a better source for this out there somewhere but this is quite listenable for a 41 year old analog recording. it does have one rather annoying but very brief speed problem in the source recording (or transfer between that and my copy), otherwise the recording is pretty good, especially for this early date, and Joni sounds fine. 

Almost all the other Joni Mitchell I listen to is from 76 w/ the L.A. Express and 79 w/ Metheny/Pastorious/Alias group, but some of this is nice to hear now and then. If I wasn't more interested in jazz and rock music, I'd listen to this alot more. It's classic Joni. 

If you haven't heard this (apparently parts of 2 sets) and like Joni Mitchell's unique songwriting and performance style, you will enjoy hearing this. I don't know how many generations my tape of this is, but there's only a little bit of tape noise. I have not done any processing of this except to balance the levels out, DC offset where needed, and a couple of splices to smooth out abrupt endings. I don't know how close to complete this is, but all the songs here are uninterrupted. 

Joni played a run of shows at Club 47, the only date in etree is Jan 10th, that setlist order does not match here. It does sound like track 1 may not be the opening song, hard to tell since there's no stage introduction in the recording. 

Tom Jones - 2010-11-14 - At The BBC (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull PAL pro-shot)

DVB-Cable(BBC)>Thomson DC/62UPC>Scart>Philips DVDR3600>DVD>PC

Additional editing: 
TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 (menu/chapters)

PAL 25 fps, I/L TFF, 4:3 (720 x 576), MPEG2 9214-9216 kbps

AC3 CBR, 48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)

recorded/authored by jabulon 2010, first seeded @ TTD November 2010

01 - Chills and Fever (The Beat Room 1964)
02 - fragments of BBC Wales News (1964)
03 - Show Me (The Dusty Springfield Show 1967)
04 - Baby, Baby, Baby (The Dusty Springfield Show 1967)
05 - Delilah (TOTP 1968)
06 - She's a Lady (TOTP 1971)
07 - I'll Never Fall in Love Again (Concert 1971)
08 - Daughter of Darkness (Concert 1971)
09 - Exactly Like You (The Morecambe and Wise Show 1971)
10 - This is the Life (Concert 1972)
11 - An American Trilogy (Concert 1972)
12 - Johnny B Goode (Tom Jones on Happiness Island 1974)
13 - fragment of 'Good Morning Wales 1974'
14 - fragment of 'Tom Jones on Happiness Island 1974'
15 - I Can See Clearly Now (Tom Jones on Happiness Island 1974)
16 - fragment of 'Tom Jones: A Home Away from Home' (1982)
17 - I'll Be Here Where The Heart Is (The Late Breakfast Show 1983)
18 - It's Not Unusual (TOTP)
19 - Born To Be Me (Jim Will Fix It 1988)
20 - Kiss (TOTP)
21 - Baby It's Cold Outside (Jool's Annual Hootenanny 1998)
22 - Mamma Told Me Not to Come (TOTP)
23 - fragment of 'Parkinson' 2002
24 - fragment of 'BBC News' 2005
25 - Green, Green Grass of Home (Jool's Annual Hootenanny 2009)
26 - Burning Hell (Later... with Jools Holland 2010)

total run time: 00:58:56

An archive celebration of Tom Jones's performances at the BBC from the start of his pop career in the mid-60s to Later...with Jools Holland in 2010 and all points in between, including Top of the Pops and the Dusty Springfield Show. A chronological celebration of Sir Tom through the years that is also a history of music TV at the BBC over most of the past 50 years.
songs or fragments showed

martedì 27 febbraio 2018

The Who - 1971-11-29 - New Orleans, LA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

"Gutter Punks At A Warehouse" - Hiwatt SCWH-001

Silver CD > WAVE (Exact Rip with xACT) > FLAC (Level 8, xACT) > TLH > Flac Level 8

01 - Baba O'Riley
02 - Bargain
03 - Behind Blue Eyes
04 - Won't Get Fooled Again
05 - Baby Don't You Do It
06 - Magic Bus
07 - Overture
08 - Amazing Journey
09 - Sparks
10 - Pinball Wizard
11 - See Me, Feel Me
12 - My Generation

Elvis Costello - 1994-05-27 - Minneapolis, MN (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Soundboard > ? > CDR > EAC > .wav > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > DVD+R

Northrup Auditorium

Disc 1
01) No Action
02) Hi-Fidelity
03) The Beat
04) Beyond Belief
05) Sulky Girl
06) London's Brilliant Parade
07) Deep Dark Truthful Mirror
08) You Tripped At Every Step
09) Pony Street
10) New Lace Sleeves
11) Clown Strikes
12) Kinder Murder
13) Shabby Doll
14) Rocking Horse Road

Disc 2
01) Still Too Soon To Know
02) So Like Candy
03) Man Out Of Time
04) Watching The Detectives
05) You Belong To Me
06) 13 Steps Lead Down
07) Radio, Radio
08) Lipstick Vogue
09) Party Girl
10) Alison
11) Tracks Of My Tears
12) Accidents Will Happen
13) All The Rage
14) Pump It Up

Michael Schenker Group - 1984-01-12, Hiroshima, JP (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

artist: Michael Schenker Group
venue: Unknown
place: Hiroshima
country: Japan
date: 12th January 1984

Trade CDr > HD > FLAC
Checked with Traders Little Helper

Gary Barden - vocals
Michael Schenker - guitar
Andy Nye - keyboards
Chris Glen - bass
Ted McKenna - drums

Disc 1.
01. Captain Nemo
02. Rock My Nights Away
03. Are You Ready To Rock
04. Cry For The Nations
05. On And On
06. Attack Of The Mad Axeman
07. Into The Arena
08. Courvoisier Concerto
09. Lost Horizons

Disc 2.
01. Rock Will Never Die
02. I'm Gonna Make You Mine
03. Systems Falling
04. Still Love That Little Devil
05. Armed And Ready
06. Rock Bottom
07. Doctor Doctor

Duran Duran - 1981-09-22 - Washington, DC (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Bayou Club

Source: WHFS FM Broadcast

FM -> cassette (2nd generation?) -> Sonic Solutions -> CDR Master -> EAC -> mkw audio compression toolkit -> SHN

Transfered by: tom

01. Friends of Mine
02. Girls On Film
03. Anyone Out There?
04. Late Bar
05. Fame
06. (Waiting For The) Nightboat
07. Planet Earth
08. My Own Way
09. Sound of Thunder
10. Careless Memories
11. Interview (with Nick, Simon & Andy)

The fidelity of the show is as it was broadcast (actually a little better), although the mix is not that good. Let me explain. The signal that was broadcast was taken either from the mixing desk, straight into the transmitter, or the monitor feed that the band hears on stage was used. I couldn't tell which feed, but it was definitely mono which leads me to believe that it was the pre-amplifyed house feed that was used since most clubs had mono mixing desks back in 1981. I say the feed is mono, because it was fed through some sort of pseudo-Stereo equipment. All the highs and midrange are in the right channel, while all the lows and more midrange are in the left channel. Taken together, they approximate a stereo "feel". I tried a couple of different ways of mixing both channels, but they only sum to mono, and the sound ends up being rather muddy. I'm not certain if the radio station, WHFS, was even broadcasting in stereo back in 1981.

Anyway, getting back to the actual mix of the show. I think that whomever was running the board was (i) inexperienced, or more likely (ii) rather drunk. Simon's vocals are not very loud in places, while Andy Taylor's are quite evident (as you will notice). I did do some level matching, as each song was either louder or quieter than the one preceding it. The entire show was re-EQed to bring out the parts that were hard to hear, but without spending a LOT of money, this is the best result. I think this is a pretty historic show, since the only other shows from 1981 that were recorded (or broadcast) were incomplete
shows. Granted the 1981 Hammersmith BBC recording is a complete show, it was performed with the intention of future broadcast, and not many chances were taken on stage.

The last track is an on-air interview done with Simon, Andy and Nick prior the show.

Frank Marino - 1983-04-29 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon



01 - Down,down,down
02 - Midnight Highway
03 - Maybe It's Time
04 - Strange Dreams
05 - Free
06 - Poppy
07 - Strange Universe
08 - Somethings Comin Our Way
09 - All Along The Watchtower

The Doobie Brothers - 1995-03-16 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Johnnie Walker Show, London, England March 11, 1995
Wembley Arena, London, England, March 16, 1995

FM Broadcast Recordings
FM > Cassette > Audacity > wav > TLH fix sector boundary errors > flac (L8)

Patrick Simmons - vocals, guitar
Tom Johnston - vocals, guitar
John McFee - vocals, guitar
John Cowan - bass, vocals
Chet McCracken - drums
Danny Hull - tenor saxophone, keyboards, harmonica

Johnnie Walker Show, London, England March 11, 1995
01 Chat
02 Long Train Runnin' (Acoustic)
03 Chat
04 Black Water

Wembley Arena, London, England, March 16, 1995
05 Intro
06 Dangerous
07 Jesus Is Just Alright
08 Dependin' On You
09 South City (Instr.)
10 South City Midnight Lady
11 One Step Closer
12 Takin' It To The Streets
13 Black Water
14 Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me)
15 Long Train Runnin'
16 China Grove
17 Listen to the Music

Total time 1:07:37

This is a nice sounding recording from the re-united Doobie Brothers. The first 4 tracks are from an in studio appearance on the Johnnie Walker Show. The band drops acoustic versions of "Long Train Runnin'" and "Black Water". Patrick Simmons takes on the vocal duties for the Michael McDonald written "Takin' It To The Streets", and does a nice job at it too.

Miles from India - 2009-11-02 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Salle des concerts, Cité de la Musique

FM > WAV (Edirol R-09) > Wavelab 5 > FLAC (level 8 with sector align)

Broadcast : Le Concert du Soir, France Musique, 17 dec 2009

Nicolas Payton (trumpet)
Rudresh Mahanthappa (alto sax)
John Beasley (keyboards)
Adam Holzman (keyboards)
Darryl Jones (electric bass)
Ndugu Chancler (drums)
Vince Wilburn (drums)
U. Shrinivas (mandoline)
V. Selvaganesh (khanjira)
V.K Raman (flute, voice)
Anantha Krishnan (mridangam)
Badal Roy (tabla)

01 All Blues 11:46
02 Intro 1:12
03 In a Silent Way 19:49
04 So What 22:58
05 Blue in Green 12:53
06 Ife 6:43
07 Jean-Pierre 7:27
08 Encore 1:37
09 Miles Runs the Voodoo Down 7:58


Lucinda Williams - 1998-05-28 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)



Bo Ramsey- guitar, slide guitar
Kenny Vaughn- guitar
Richard Price- bass
Fran Breen- drums

Disc one:
01. Pineola
02. Something About What Happened When We Talk
03. Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
04. Lake Charles
05. Drunken Angel
06. Greenville
07. Metal Firecracker
08. Still I Long For Your Kiss
09. Right In Time
10. Passionate Kisses
11. 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
12. Concrete And Barbed Wire
13. Can't Let Go

Disc two:
01. Hot Blood
02. Joy
03. Changed The Locks
04. Disgusted
05. Down The Big Road Blues
06. Come To Me Baby
07. Sweet Old World
08. Little Angel, Little Brother
09. Jackson
10. Crescent City
11. Side Of The Road
12. Nothing In Rambling

Duran Duran - 1993-08-31 - Imzir, Turkey (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)


CD-R obtained via trade years ago, verified lossless via Spectro.

01 Planet Earth
02 Hungry LIke The Wolf
03 A View To A Kill
04 Ordinary World
05 Come Undone
06 White Lines
07 The Chauffeur
08 Girls On Film

01 UMF

02 Notorious
03 The Reflex
04 Rio
05 Save A Prayer
06 Love Voodoo
07 Too Much Information
08 Wild Boys

Sound: Good broadcast.


This 1993 Cesme Festival showcases a brand new live song for DD, which is 'Love Voodoo'. Simon mentions that this is the very first time DD had ever played the song live in front of an audience. This sounds like some sort of television broadcast, or possibly radio broadcast, but I'm not exactly sure which one it is. I should also mention that this recording was in pretty bad shape before I cleaned it up. There were several edits, and many, many, split-second dropouts. I've dione everything with it that I can. It's not perfect, but it's much better than it was. The remaining anomolies are extremely minor...

Jethro Tull - 2007-08-04 - Calw, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Calw, Marktplatz

FM broadcast on german radio SWR1 "Kopfhörer" 19-Aug-2007

AstraSat (320kbps) > Hauppauge WIN-TV Nova DVB-S > HDD > WaveLab > flac

fat_man (Thanks Rolf for your photos from this show!)

Ian Anderson - Vocal, Flute, Guitar
Martin Barre - Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Flute
John O'Hara - Piano, Keyboards & Accordion
David Goodier - Bass Guitar
James Duncan - Drums

01 Living In The Past
02 Jack-In-The-Green
03 Thick As A Brick
04 Mother Goose
05 Bourée
06 Nothing Is Easy
07 Aqualung
08 Locomotive Breath

Time: 50:00 min

Bob Marley - 1980-06-27 - Milan, IT (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bob Marley And The Wailers 1980-06-27 Stade San Siro, Milan, Italy (SBD) (SHN)

Source: SBD > Bootleg CD > EAC > SHN

Disc 1 [53:42]
The I-Three's:
01. Precious World
02. Save Peace
03. Steppin' Out of Babylon
04. That's The Way Jah Planned It

Bob Marley & The Wailers:

05. Marley chant > Natural Mystic
06. Positive Vibration
07. Revolution
08. I Shot The Sheriff
09. War > No More Trouble
10. Zimbabwe
11. Jammin'

Disc 2 [57:56]

Bob Marley & The Wailers (cont):
01. No Woman No Cry
02. Zion Train
03. Exodus


04. Redemption Song
05. Could You Be Loved?
06. Work
07. Natty Dread
08. Is this Love?
09. Get Up, Stand Up
10. Coming in From the Cold
11. Lively Up Yourself

Often mislabeled as 6.12.80 as well as 6.26.80
This show comes from Japanese bootleg: Boot -> EAC [high,secure] -> SHN

It is different from most circulating copies since it includes the I-Three's opener and also has very high quality sound. The only known cut in this show is about 5 minutes of crowd clapping before encore. This is one of my favorite shows. Get it if you don't have it.

Peter Gabriel - 1993-09-19 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Polo Field Golden Gate Park

SBD > DAT @ 48 kHz > WAV > FLAC

Peter Gabriel - Vocals / Keyboard / harmonica
Tony Levin - Bass Guitar
Manu Katche - Drums
David Rhodes - Guitars
Joy Askew - Keyboards / Vocals
Shankar - Violins
Jean-Claude Naimro - Keyboards
Sinead O'Connor - Vocals

01 Come Talk To Me 06:56
02 Steam 08:38
03 Across The River 03:58
04 Shaking The Tree 08:31
05 Blood Of Eden 06:30
06 Solsbury Hill 04:27
07 Sledgehammer 06:00
08 In Your Eyes 11:06

Total Running Time : 0:56:06

There is some audible distortion at the start of Come Talk To Me due to overloaded vocal mics. This gets better starting at around 3:30 into the track, and the mix improves even more shortly after that. In the half of Solsbury Hill a group of people forces Peter to stay! Peter with calm voice says to the crowd: "As you can act in this way? The entire thing that we are making this evening regards the respect of the others" Shortly afterwards music leaves again.

Jimi Hendrix - 1969-02-24 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Prince Albert Does Not Bite The Tongue

SOURCE: see individual disc source notes
LINEAGE: {pancho1111} hard drive > flac > Crosstown Torrents > {dajchance} hard drive > The Traders’ Den
All original artwork and files included plus a new flac fingerprints file and this new info file (2014-10-28). 

Disc 1:
=== 1969-02-18 Royal Albert Hall, London, England ===
[audience > "master clone" > (digitally restored {ATM115-116}: moderate EQ, variably de-noised light-to-moderate, gain boosted during spoken intros, louder mic handling noises removed)]
01. introduction
02. Tax Free (13) 
03. Fire (54) 
04. Hear My Train A-Comin' (17) 
05. Foxy Lady (59) 
06. Red House (46) 
07. Sunshine of Your Love (25) 
08. Spanish Castle Magic (30) 
09. The Star Spangled Banner (17) 
10. Purple Haze (68) 
11. tuning 
12. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (45)

Disc 2:
=== 1969-02-24 rehearsals, Royal Albert Hall, London, England ===
[mono soundboard {old source} > ?? > vinyl bootleg LP {He Was A Friend Of Yours} > (digitally restored {Davenport '68 / RAH Rehearsals '69})]
01. Hey Joe (49) 
02. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (46) 
03. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (47) 
04. Hear My Train A-Comin' (18) 
05. Hear My Train A-Comin' (61) 
06. Ezy Rider Riff
07. Room Full of Mirrors (25) 
08. Room Full of Mirrors (26) 
09. Room Full of Mirrors (27) 
10. Room Full of Mirrors (28) 
11. Room Full of Mirrors (29) 
12. Bleeding Heart (17) 
13. Bleeding Heart (18) 
14. Bleeding Heart (19) 
15. Message to Love (58) 
16. Hound Dog (3)
17. Hound Dog (4)

Disc 3:
=== 1969-02-24 Royal Albert Hall, London, England ===
[soundboard > master > {Eric Burdon} (safety copy) > CD-R {Live at Royal Albert Hall}]
01. introduction
02. Lover Man (15) 
03. Stone Free (13) 
04. Hear My Train A-Comin' (19) 
05. I Don't Live Today (31) 
06. Red House (47) 
07. Foxy Lady (60) 
08. Sunshine of Your Love (26) 
09. Bleeding Heart (10) 
10. Fire (55) 
11. Little Wing (14) 
12. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (48) 
13. Room Full of Mirrors (7) 
14. Purple Haze (69) 
15. Wild Thing (27)

Disc 4:
=== 1969-02-24 Royal Albert Hall, London, England (alternate mix) ===
[soundboard > gen3 > (digital transfer {ATM 046-047})])
01. introduction 
02. Lover Man (15) 
03. Stone Free (13) 
04. Hear My Train A-Comin' (19) 
05. I Don't Live Today (31) 
06. Red House (47) 
07. Foxy Lady (60) 5
08. Sunshine of Your Love (26) 
09. Bleeding Heart (10) 
10. Fire (55) 
11. Little Wing (14) 
12. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (48) 
13. Room Full of Mirrors (7) 
14. Purple Haze (69) 
15. Wild Thing (27)

lunedì 26 febbraio 2018

Motorhead - 2015-12-11 - Berlin, DE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


This album i bought on the net recently. 
The last ever show ripped from a vinyl bootleg album. 
This was the info i read, before i bought the album: 

Stunning Double LP recorded live at MAX-SCHMELING HALL, BERLIN, GERMANY, DECEMBER 11, 2015. on private pressing records and features the tracks.... 
Complete in a Deluxe glossy finish sleeve!! 

Vinyl transfer by hanemaaijer april 30, 2016 
Lineage: ION turntable - Audacity - wave - CD Wave (tracksplitting) - 
Traders little helper Flac level 8 - DIME - YOU 

Pictures of the album in the torrent made by my mobile phone. 

Not the best show MOTORHEAD ever played, but it was the last one. 


01 - Intro
02 - Bomber 
03 - Stay Clean 
04 - Black Night 
05 - (Riff / Deep Purple Cover) 
06 - Metropolis 
07 - When The Sky Comes Looking For You 
08 - Over The Top 
09 - Guitar Solo 

01 - The Chase Is Better Than The Catch
02 - Rock It
03 - Orgasmatron
04 - Drum Solo
05 - Doctor Rock

01 - Just 'Cos You Got The Power 
02 - No Class 
03 - Ace Of Spades 
04 - Whorehouse Blues 
05 - Band Introduction 
06 - Overkill 

(Bonus Material) 
Overkill, Motorhead With Mike Monroe Live In Helsinki 2015-12-06 
Lemmy, The Last Word. Interview Munich (November 20, 2015) 

domenica 25 febbraio 2018

Pink Floyd - 1970-04-22 - Port Chester, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Capitol Theater

Equipment: Sony TC-110
Source: Master Cassette > Soundforge / Remaster > CD-R > FLAC

Disc 1
1. Granchester Meadows  
2. Astronomy Domine  
3. Cymbaline          
4. Atom Heart Mother  
5. The  Embryo      

Disc 2
1. Green is the Colour
2. Careful With that Axe, Eugene
3. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
4. A Saucerful of Secrets
5. Interstellar Overdrive*

*original text file misnamed as "Pink Blues"

Black Sabbath - 1971-10-01 - San Francisco, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Venue: Winterland Ballroom
Source: Vg+ Audience Recording

Ozzy Osbourne: Vocals
Tony Iommi: Guitar
Bill Ward: Drums
Geezer Butler: Bass

01: Intro
02: N.I.B.
03: War Pigs
04: Sweet Leaf
05: Iron Man
06: Wicked World
07: Guitar Solo
08: Wicked World (Reprise)
09: Embryo
10: Children Of The Grave
11: Paranoid (Cut In)
12: Fairies Wear Boots

Although it's not certain, the silver boot (which those flac files came from) is claimed to be from the MASTER REEL of this show. It seems this was recorded by a japanese music journalist

Black Sabbath - 1971-10-17 - Phoenix, AZ (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)



01: Tune Ups/N.I.B.
02: War Pigs
03: Sweet Leaf
04: Iron Man
05: Children Of The Grave
06: Wicked World
07: Paranoid
08: Faires Wear Boots

Black Sabbath - 1980-11-16 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Nakano Sun Plaza Hall
Afternoon show (2 PM)
Source 2 (taped by Miracle Man)
Excellent audience recording
"Face of Evil" (Calm & Storm 012)

"Black Sabbath
Live at Nakano Sunplaza, Tokyo, Japan 16th November 1980 Afternoon Show

Title: Face Of Evil
Source: Excellent Audience Recording (Recorded by Miracle Man)
Label: Calm & Storm

Tony Iommi - Guitars
Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
Geezer Butler - Bass
Vinny Appice - Drums
Geoff Nicholls - Keyboards"

01 Supertzer
02 War Pigs
03 Neon Knights
04 N.I.B.
05 Children Of The Sea
06 Sweet Leaf
07 Drum Solo
08 Sweet Leaf (Reprise)
09 Lady Evil
10 Black Sabbath

01 Heaven And Hell
02 Iron Man
03 Guitar Solo
04 Die Young
05 Paranoid

Running time: 90:23 min

George Harrison - 1974-11-20 - St. Louis, MO (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Audience recording > unknown fiddling about over the years > CD > CDR > trades > CDR > EAC > wav > ClickRepair > Cool Edit Pro 2 (edits, time adjustments, EQ, volume) > wav > flac

George Harrison (Guitar)
Robben Ford (Guitar)
Willie Weeks (Bass Guitar)
Andy Newmark (Drums)
Billy Preston (Keyboards)
Emil Richards (Percussion)
Tom Scott (Horns)
Chuck Findley (Trumpet)
Jim Horn (Saxophone)
Kumar Shankar (Percussion)

01. Hari's on Tour (Express) (Harrison) 5:12
02. While my Guitar Gently Weeps (Harrison) 5:29
03. Something (Harrison) 4:05
04. Will it go Round in Circles (Preston) 3:54
05. Sue Me Sue You Blues (Harrison) 5:29
06. For You Blue (Harrison) 5:38
07. Band Introductions (Harrison) 1:04
08. Give me Love (Give me Peace on Earth) (Harrison) 4:02
09. Sound Stage of Mind (Harrison) 4:20
10. In my Life (Lennon/McCartney) 5:56
11. Tom Cat (Scott) 4:11
12. Maya Love (Harrison) 5:21
13. Dark Horse (Harrison) 4:21
14. Nothing from Nothing (Preston) 3:46
15. Outta Space (Preston) 4:51
16. What is Life (Harrison) 5:37
17. My Sweet Lord (Harrison) 8:11

Total time 81:27

Show IDs:
0:51 of track 1 - "Hello St Louis!"
4:35 of track 1 "Welcome to St Louis. It's very nice to be here!"
0:56 of track 7 "My name is Neil Diamond"

Two faded (10, 11) tracks for CD version (CD1 - 1-10; CD2 - 11-17)
Raw version of "Sue Me Sue You Blues" for die-hard purists! The cut is at 2:38.

Source - I'm Neil Diamond (Publisher: Howling Leg)

George Harrison and friends at the St Louis Arena - the only show played that day. This is the 16th show of the 1974 North American tour. Not the complete show, with the Indian section missing. George is in good humour, and seems very positive about the show and his reception. He provides a few vocal lines in "Soundstage of Mind", and gives a brief thank you speech before "What is Life". "For you Blue" includes bass solo by Willie Weeks and a trumpet solo by Chuck Findley. The sound is average for an audience recording of the era - distant and a bit indistinct, but with a clean sound.

Two versions of this show have shown up here - Barrier's "Live at the Arena" and Black Cat's "Playing for 70 000 Yobbos". The latter is the most complete, including "Tom Cat" and "Nothing from Nothing", but is split over two discs. This is an edit of the two - mainly the Barrier version, with the missing two songs added from the Black Cat edition - presenting the show as a seamless whole for burning to DVD-Audio.

There also exists the Green Grape CD "1974-11-20 St. Louis, MO, USA", which squeezes all the tracks here onto one disc. A tape version of the entire show (i.e. including the Indian section) is said to exist.

A comparison between the Barrier and Black Cat version showed that the latter had been altered quite a lot - a big treble boost, which unfortunately merely served to emphasise its unevenness, and a large volume increase between songs - or just some sort of brickwalling normalisation. Also, there was some discrepancy on the speed - a section of the studio version of the song "Dark Horse" was used as a reference, and to correct them, the 1st version was slowed by 2%, and the Black Cat sped up by 0.3%. Some EQ was applied to the Black Cat tracks to match the sound of the Barrier version, and the volume of all tracks was raised.

A couple of songs had continuity breaks - "Sue Me Sue You Blues" had a [very smooth] cut in the middle of about 5 seconds - two sections have been patched in from elsewhere in the performance to restore it. "In my Life" had been patched already at the 1:30 mark, with a couple of jarring noises leaving the patch obvious (less so in the Black Cat version, where some sort of noise reduction/overlaying had been performed) - a new patch has been made. The was a break before "What is Life", and George's speech cuts in, and another before "My Sweet Lord" - the applause has been [further] shortened (by about 0.5 seconds) to smooth the continuity.

David Bowie - 1972-08-20 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC) 

Ziggy live at the Rainbow 1972) both Edited/Uneditted Flacs

Recorded live at the Finsbury Park Rainbow Theatre 20th August 1972 (2nd Night)

Artwork: Included

Audience recording: with the original Flac files grabbed from Mindwarp Pavillion as a guest user.

Sound Quality: 
8 to 8.5/10 or between Ex and Ex+

With regards to the sound if we all accept that Joe Maloneys recording from Boston on 01-10-72 is the best Bowie audience recording that there is out there, then in my opinion this is not quite as good as that, but only just. (So apart from Joe's recording from Boston it doesn't get better than this sound wise)

My Edited Version


MWP>Flac 8>Edited With Syntrillium>Wav>Flac8>Yeeshkul

Unedited version:
Silver disc > Soundforge > Flac 8 

01 Ode to Joy
02 Lady Stardust
03 Hang Onto Yourself
04 Ziggy Stardust
05 Life On Mars
06 The Supermen
07 Changes
08 Five Years
09 Space Oddity
10 Andy Warhol
11 My Death
12 Width of a Circle (Cut)
13 Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
14 Starman
15 Moonage Daydream
16 Queen Bitch
17 Suffragette City
18 White Light White Heat
19 Waiting For The Man

A phenominal audience recording for the period; from the second night of the famous "Rainbow" shows, rumoured to have been recorded by a mate of Woody Woodmansey. There is a cut in "Width of a Circle", the discs had the missing section badly replaced by a section from the officially released "Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture", this I obviously removed. In my opinion this is as good if not better than the famous Maloney Boston recording and must rank as one of the best Ziggy audience recordings. Part of this show has been booted as "Rainbow Theatre" and complete as "Rainbow - The Magic Theatre", It is certainly an upgrade on both of these. The recording was also remasterd and torrented a few years back as "Up yours Reg" by Downunder2 (Steve), I haven't heard this but I'd be suprised if this is any worse. The running time is annoyingly just over that of a standard disc, how you wish to split it is up to you, the artwork suggest after "My death", I actually burnt it complete on a 90 min CDR (Be warned: 90 min discs will play on most PC's but not on most home stereos)
A big thankyou to Bofinken for the discs and Steve for the additional background info. If you have this show already, I'd love to know how it compares. If not, I know your going to enjoy this.

The Rolling Stones - 1975-06-01 - Baton Rouge, LA (SBD/FLAC) 2nd show

(Soundboard FLAC)

Dunkirk Hall
Baton Rouge, LA
June 1, 1975 (2nd show)

01: Honky Tonk Women
02: All Down The Line
03: Medley: 
- If You Can't Rock Me
- Get Off Of My Cloud
04: Ain't Too Proud To Beg
05: Star Star
06: Gimme Shelter
07: You Gotta Move
08: Band Introductions
09: You Can't Always Get What You Want
10: Happy
11: Tumbling Dice
12: Luxury

01: Fingerprint File
02: Angie
03: Wild Horses
04: That's Life
05: Outta Space
06: Brown Sugar
08: It's Only Rock 'N' Roll
09: Rip This Joint
10: Street Fighting Man
11: Midnight Rambler

Depeche Mode - 1984-11-03 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon

Incomplete soundboard recording

TDK cassette (unknown gen) -> transfer to Sony CD-R (unknown method) -> FLAC level 8
Audiochecker log and original sharer's info included.

Missing songs from this recording are "Shout" and "Just Can't Get Enough" (which would be the last two tracks, respectively). "See You" is only 20 seconds long.

Dave Gahan - lead vocals
Martin Gore - keyboards, backing vocals; occasional lead vocals (*)
Alan Wilder - keyboards, backing vocals
Andrew Fletcher - keyboards, backing vocals

01. Intro [0:45]
02. Something To Do [4:00]
03. Two Minute Warning [4:35]
04. Puppets [3:54]
05. If You Want [5:07]
06. People Are People [4:10]
07. Leave In Silence [4:58]
08. New Life [4:11]
09. Shame [4:05]
10. Somebody (*) [5:09]
11. Ice Machine [3:40]
12. Lie To Me [5:20]
13. Blasphemous Rumours [5:16]
14. Told You So [4:39]
15. Master And Servant [5:09]
16. Photographic [4:21]
17. Everything Counts [5:58]
18. See You [0:20]

Total time: 1:15:38

This version is the most complete recording available of this concert to-date.

The right channel is louder than the left. There is some tape hiss, but that can be expected. The majority of "Somebody" has the left channel louder than the right. This tape recording isn't as clear as the soundboard remaster I shared previously

There is a pre-FM vinyl rip, a radio broadcast, and a remaster which probably was sourced from a lower generation copy of this soundboard tape. All are incomplete. All three have been shared on DIME at some point or another.

Derek and the Dominos - The Majestic Stand (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Derek and the Dominos
"The Majestic Stand" (Mid Valley 2006)
Various Dates and Venues

Mid Valley 068-071

Silvers > CD-R > Liteon IHap 322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 5 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC

Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Carl Radle Bass
Jim Gordon Drums
Bobby Whitlock Keyboards, Vocals

Disc 1: 
Electric Factory - Philadelphia, Pa. - October 16, 1970
1. Ramblin' On My Mind
2. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
3. Blues Power
4. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
5. Mean Old World
6. Motherless Children
7. Let it Rain

Disc 2: 
Santa Monica, Ca. - November 20, 1970 (Afternoon Show)
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Blues Power
5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
6. Tell the Truth
7. All Night Long "Derek's Boogie"
8. Let it Rain

Disc 3: 
Santa Monica, Ca. - November 20, 1970 (Evening Show)
1. Got to Get Better in a Little While
2. Key to the Highway
3. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
4. Blues Power
5. Stormy Monday
6. Tell the Truth
7. Let it Rain
8. Every Day I Have the Blues

Geetarz Comments:
The typical Mid Valley quality touch is obvious in this reissue of the earlier set, and is not to be confused with the earlier (1999) release of the same name on the Empress Valley label, which was available in 3CD and "4 Gold CD Limited Edition" versions. 

Now, on to the goods ...
We begin with the epic October 16 performance from Philadelphia, which has been remastered by Mid Valley. 
This is a legendary Dominos show, and a personal favorite. Some older reference guides inexplicably refer to this as a soundboard, but it's clearly a marginal to average recording.
Luckily a fantastic performance makes up for any drawbacks of the source material.
"Ramblin" features some of EC's best ever slide playing. EC can at times play slide a little too precisely - but in this performance, he exhibits loopy, "out of the box" playing that clearly shows Duane Allman's influence as he dances around all the notes. I don't recall EC performing "Ramblin'" in this arrangement again, which alone makes it unique.
This performance is also notable for an incredible, mind bending, tour-de-force performance of "Why does Love...", which is, in my Not-So-Humble opinion, not only the finest performance of this song of all time, but has to be one of EC's top performances of any song, ever. If I were making a list of the "Top 25 songs EC ever played" or something like that, this song would be on that list.
And it's not just EC here. If you listen to some of the very early gigs, the band were a little loose, but here they play as a single organism, rising and falling, playing off each other for all they are worth. "Why Does..." has always had a demanding and unusual bass line, and Radle holds it down, driving the song in the same way that Entwhistle would actually drive the rhythm of The Who as Moon, or in this case Jim Gordon, lays out some 15+ minutes of drum madness, and Bobby Whitlock holding it all together with a shimmering B3 and his incredible vocals.
This performance of this song is indeed "epic", and unforgettable.
This show also features the first-ever live performance of "Motherless Children", albeit in raw form, which in a way adds to its charm. 
Now, with that aside ... how does it sound? This one is up to personal preference. Sometimes Mid Valley goes a little over the top, but I quite like this version, and, depending on your listening circumstance, you may prefer it. It's a definite change from the original, and I think that in the end it will come down to not only your personal preferences, but the volume at which you listen and how you listen (speakers, PC speakers, headphones, cheap stereo, car stereo, boom box, etc.).
Onto the Santa Monica show ... as with the earlier Philadelphia show, it's time to talk about a few of the MANY releases of this particular performance. 
Perhaps the earliest were vinyl ROIO, and of course numerous traded cassette copies of uncertain parentage, and subsequent CD release "Stormy Monday" on the Trademark of Quality (TMoQ) label. Those, and the later, "Live at Santa Monica" are incomplete, as they only feature only one of the two performances that day.
This Mid Valley release of "The Majestic Stand" (Mid Valley 068-071) is subtly remastered, and from that point on it's up to personal preference which version a listener will prefer, the Mid Valley or the version on the Paddington label version (PADD 040/041/042). 
The Mid Valley version is a little warmer and darker, the Paddington trades off being a bit brighter for a little more overall volume and hiss.
In the end, I'd suggest that you check out both the MV and Paddington versions, and choose which is *your* personal preference.

Bob Dylan - 2017-04-01/02 - Stockholm, SWE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Bob Dylan - The Nobel Prize Box (Crystal Cat - CC 1080 - 1084) 

1st April, 2017 - Waterfront Auditorium, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Disk 1 
01 - Intro 
02 - Things Have Changed 
03 - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right 
04 - Highway 61 Revisited 
05 - Beyond Here Lies Nothin' 
06 - Full Moon And Empty Arms 
07 - High Water (For Charly Patton) 
08 - Melancholy Mood 
09 - Duquesne Whistle 
10 - Love Sick 
11 - Tangled Up In Blue 

Disk 2 
01 - Pay in Blood 
02 - Standing in The Doorway 
03 - Scarlet Town 
04 - I Could Have Told You 
05 - Desolation Row 
06 - Soon After Midnight 
07 - All Or Nothing At All 
08 - Long And Wasted Years 
09 - Autumn Years 
10 - Blowin' In The Wind 
11 - Why Try To Change Me Now 
12 - How Deep Is The Ocean (29/6-16) 
13 - That Old Feeling (16/7-16) 
14 - Stay With Me (16/7-16) 
15 - Simple Twist Of Fate (13/10-16) 
16 - Nobel Prize - Television news. 

2nd April 2017 - Waterfront Auditorium, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Disk 1 
01 - Intro 
02 - Things Have Changed 
03 - To Ramona 
04 - Highway 61 Revisited 
05 - Beyond Here Lies Nothin' 
06 - Full Moon And Empty Arms 
07 - Early Roman Kings 
08 - Melancholy Mood 
09 - Duquesne Whistle 
10 - Love Sick 
11 - Tangled Up In Blue 

Disk 2 
01 - Pay in Blood 
02 - Spirit On The Water 
03 - Scarlet Town 
04 - I Could Have Told You 
05 - Desolation Row 
06 - Soon After Midnight 
07 - That Old Black Magic 
08 - Long And Wasted Years 
09 - Autumn Years 
10 - Blowin' In The Wind 
11 - Why Try To Change Me Now 
12 - This Nearly Was Mine (7/5-17) 
13 - Summer Days (22/7-17) 
14 - Make You Feel My Love (12/7-17) 
15 - Once Upon A Time (22/7-17) 

Bonus Disc 

Announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan, presented by Professor Sara Danius, 
Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, on 13 October 2016. 
01 Track01 in Swedish 
02 Track02 
03 Track03 in English 
04 Track04 in French 
05 Track05 in German 
Following the announcement, Sara Danius, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy, 
was interviewed by freelance journalist Sven Hugo Persson about the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature to Bob Dylan. 
06 Track06 
The 2016 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony took place at Stockholm Concert Hall at 4:30 PM CET on Saturday, 10 December 2016. 
introduction by Alexander Norén on 10 December 2016 
07 Track07 
08 Track08 
09 Track09 
10 Track10 
Swedish National Anthem 
11 Track11 
12 Track12 
Opening Address by Professor Carl-Henrik Heldin 
13 Track13 
14 Track14 
15 Track15 
16 Track16 
17 Track17 
Award Ceremony Speech by Professor Horace Engdahl (voice over by Alexander Norén) 
18 Track18 
19 Track19 
20 Track20 
21 Track21 
22 Track22 
23 Track23 
Patti Smith sings A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall 
24 Track24 
introduction of the Banquet Speech by Bob Dylan with horns and ladyspeaker 
25 Track25 
Banquet speech by Bob Dylan given by the United States Ambassador to Sweden Azita Raji 
26 Track26 
27 Track27 
28 Track28 
29 Track29 
Presentationstal av professor Horace Engdahl (Swedish) 
30 Track30 
31 Track31 
32 Track32 
33 Track33 
Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize lecture 
34 Track34 
35 Track35 
36 Track36 
37 Track37 
38 Track38 
39 Track39 
40 Track40 
41 Track41 
42 Track42 

Silver Discs -> EAC -> Traders Little helper -> FLAC