mercoledì 30 maggio 2018
Kingdom Of Desire World Tour Holland 1992
TV BROADCAST > VHS > LG DVD RECORDER > DVD > YOU
Toto - Kingdom Of Desire Concert Live Rotterdam 1992 DVD PAL DVD
Typ: VOB program stream
Data: 3.02 GB
Bit Rate: 6.85 Mbps
224 MPEG-2, 720 × 576, 4:3, 25 fps, 7.00 Mbps, progressive
128 AC3 2/0, 48 kHz, 448 kbps
Steve Lukather Guitars and Vocals
David Paich Keyboards and Vocals
Mike Porcaro Bass
Simon Phillips Drums
Chris Trujillo Percussion
Jenny Douglas-McRae Backing Vocals
Donna McDaniels Backing Vocals
John James Backing Vocals
01. I'll Be Over You
02. Never Enough
03. Don't Chain My Heart
04. How Many Times
05. Kingdom Of Desire
06. Stop Loving You
08. Hold The Line
09. With A Little Help From My Friends
Toasted Video International (1990)
Chicago Jan 21, 1975 8mm films
Jimmy Page 12 Years Old
1988 Rehearsals & Backstage
1988 Atlantic 40th Reunion
VHS video > Standalone DVD recorder
chapters every 5 minutes
Video Codec: MPEG2
Video resolution: 720 x 480
Video framerate: 29.970
Video bitrate: 9062
Video format: NTSC
Video aspect: 4:3
Audio codec: AC3
Audio bitrate: 256CBR
Chicago Jan 21, 1975 8MM films (clips):
Violin Bow Solo
Whole Lotta Love
Jimmy Page (12 years old) - Huw Wheldon Show:
Mama Don't Allow No Skiffle No More
Atlantic Reunion Rehearsal May 11, 1988:
Tuning and warming up
Misty Mountain Hop (several takes)
pre-show and backstage May 14,1988
Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary May 14, 1988:
Whole Lotta Love
Misty Mountain Hop
Stairway To Heaven
Various unknown 8mm film and video transfers > Toasted Video > My original 1990 store-bought Bootleg Master VHS video tape > 23 years of careful storage > 2013 playback > Sony SLV-50 VHS HiFi deck > Video Vox Synchronizer enhancer and stabilizer box > Magnavox MWR 10D6 DVD recorder (HQ 1 hour mode) > DVD-r master transfer disc with ugly menu page > HardDrive > DVDReMake (basic title menu page makeover) > HardDrive > Torrent > YOU!!!
Is this the first commercial bootleg video that was released? I'm not sure but I think I've heard that before. I haven't seen a full copy of this video posted anywhere previously. I have seen parts of it available on other DVD's (in possibly better quality and some worse quality) but I've never seen this VHS tape complete as it was released THEN - the one that maybe got the ball rolling for Led Zeppelin video boots (at least for me)...
The actual VHS cassette that I've owned since I bought it from Collector's R.P.M. in Vancouver (I think) has seen not that many plays to wear the tape out that much, but it has had a couple of bad encounters with hungry machines. There is a small glitch or two somewhere in the hour of video. They are small, and don't last for more than a second. I can't remember where they are. The HiFi "stereo" tracking is pretty much spot on throughout, but also has a couple drops where the tape got some slight damage once... It's really not that bad at all, but I'm just telling you, there is a small flaw or two.
I've been wanting to do some video transfers for quite a while, but I just haven't had all the equipment in one place with any worthy videos. I bought myself a standalone DVD recorder at Value Village for Christmas, and the first thing I did was whip off this VHS tape straight onto a DVD-r. I used the "HQ" setting, a 1 hour speed for the DVD-r, which is the best quality this recorder can muster. I ran the composite video output signal from the Sony SLV-50 VHS deck into this video enhancer box I bought at a garage sale. It is a Video Vox "The Synchronizer" - it's made in Canada, and I can't easily find any information on it at all! It did seem to help stabilize the picture during the glitch, and helps some of my other videos in my collection too!
The transfer worked fairly better than I thought it would, but the standalone menus are always ugly. I used DVDReMake to change the title menu picture to something nicer. It looks better but it did kind of screw up the graphics of the selection box. If you hit enter it plays just fine. If you go "up" you still get the standalone info page! oops...
The original flimsy cardstock VHS slipcase kind of looked cool when it was newer. The lettering was more shiny gold than it is now. After only a short time of ownership, and so much wear to the box, I decided to take the cassette out of the box to store the cover safely. It was fun scanning it and photoshopping a foldout version that would involve cutting the box open to unfold it! I also scanned the actual VHS tape, with all the stickering that has happened to it. Notice the cut in the edge label where I've had to "operate" on the tape to minimize the damage that one nasty VHS deck did to it in the late 90's. There's also a scan of my old buddy Darren's handwritten list for the video. He was a great positive friend to have and very happy I had this video in my collection. He was a big snail-mail trader of bootleg videos in the late 90's just before all this interwebbs stuff happened! He was also an avid outdoors enthusiast and nature photographer and writer. He died in the woods hiking on the trails he loved. This release is dedicated to Darren.
DVD - Pro Shot
Video Quality/Production Info:
Video: A Audio: B
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV System: NTSC, 720 x 480
Video Bitrate: 6903 kbps
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Sample Rate: 48kz
Audio Bitrate: 192 kbps
Audio Bitrate Type: CBR
Audio Channels: 2
01 - Linkin Park - New Divide
02 - Dead By Sunrise - Crawl Back In
03 - Heaven And Hell - Bible Black
04 - Taking Back Sunday - New Again
05 - Taking Back Sunday - Sink Into Me
06 - The Used - Hospital
07 - Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal
08 - Anthrax - Anti-Social
09 - Anthrax - Safe Home
10 - Bullet For My Valentine - Scream Aim Fire
11 - Metallica - Fuel
01 - Metallica - Hit The Lights
02 - Alice In Chains - Dam That River
03 - Machine Head - Struck A Nerve
04 - Machinehead - Halo
05 - Limp Bizkit - My Generation
06 - Limp Bizkit - Break Stuff
07 - Linkin Park - Somewhere I Belong
08 - Linkin Park - In The End
09 - Metallica - Fade To Black
Roger Waters and The Bleeding Heart Band
Berlin Wall Rehearsals
The London Rehearsals
Free Range Pigs (FRP CDR 032/033) in association with Harvested Records
Soundboard > Town House Post-Production Studio > Maxell UDL II 129 Studio Cassette >Edirol UA-1D > CEP > Hard Drive > WAV (48 Khz) > FLAC
01. In The Flesh?
02. Thin Ice
03. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)
04. The Happiest Days Of Our Lives
05. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
07. Goodbye Blue Sky
08. Empty Spaces
09. What Shall We Do Now?
10. Young Lust
11. One Of My Turns
12. Don't Leave Me Now
13. Another Brick In The Wall (Part 3)
14. The Last Few Bricks
15. Goodbye Cruel World
01. Hey You
02. Nobody Home
04. Bring The Boys Back Home
05. Comfortably Numb
06. In The Flesh
07. Run Like Hell
08. Waiting For The Worms
09. The Tide Is Turning
10. Waiting For The Worms
12. The Trial (original studio version)
13. The Tide Is Turning (another take)
Comments from original poster: This is a soundboard recording of a rehearsal in a small London studio with The Bleeding Heart Band. It is an absolutely clean studio take complete with chatter between and during tracks. This is not the final, full-up rehearsal with all of the artists that appeared in Berlin.
The story: Someone who worked in the post-production studio made a copy of the master tape, or plugged his recorder into the soundboard. He then took a studio stock pre-printed cassette cover and typed the title and date of the rehearsal on it.
The cassette cover reads:
2.5.90 Roger Waters Rehearsals
The Wall Berlin
Preprinted cassette information:
The Town House
140 Goldhawk Road, London, along with address and phone number
The studio still exists under a slightly different name.
Special thanks to The Big Pig and The Pentagon Pig at FRP for making this available.
Remastering by MOB
Artwork created by Moonwall
Remastering notes from MOB:
For the main rehearsal (stereo) I worked on track indexing and level adjustments. For the second rehearsal (mono, tracks 10-13 of CD2), I realized that the speed was different from the main rehearsal. By comparing Waiting For The Worms and The Tide Is Turning, I immediately noticed that the second rehearsal ran too slow. My suspicion is that the end of the tape was probably copied by a studio worker from another rehearsal tape, perhaps adding one gen to the lineage. My applied speed correction resulted in a 98% fix. I also applied a very slight EQ to Waiting For The Worms in order to decrease the "bassy" sound and to create a more natural transition between the last track of the main rehearsal (The Tide Is Turning) and the first track of the second rehearsal (Waiting For The Worms). I also did some editing in order to smooth out the abrupt cut during the judge's sentence in The Trial. BTW, I realized that the tape of The Trial that is played during the rehearsal, is not simply the regular version converted to mono. The voices are really mixed upfront and during the judge's sentence, you can hear the orchestra, but not Gilmour's guitars from the official release. I think this is a really unique mix of The Trial, specifically used for these rehearsals.
Hammersmith Apollo, London
July 3 2016
Sonic Studios DSM-6>PA6-XP>M Audio Microtrack>
Wavelab>CD Wave Editor>FLAC Level 8
An EBR Recording
01. Soul Sacrifice
02. Love Makes The World Go Round
03. Freedom In Your Mind
04. Carlos Speaks
05. Maria Maria
06. Foo Foo
07. Samba Pa Ti
09. Corazon Espinado
10. Bass Solo (inc. Imagine)
11. Drum Solo
13. Evil Ways
14. A Love Supreme->
15. Carlos Speaks->
16. A Love Supreme
17. Hope You're Feeling Better
18. I Just Want To Make Love To You
19. Right On->Umi Says (inc. Eleanor Rigby)
21. Black Magic Woman->Gypsy Queen
22. Oye Como Va
25. Smooth/Band Intros/Roxanne
26. Total Destruction
27. Toussaint L'Overture
Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany, 11th April 2005
1. Why aye man
2. Walk of life
3. What it is
4. Sailing to Philadelphia
5. Romeo and Juliet
6. Sultans of swing
7. Done with Bonaparte
8. Song for Sonny Liston
1. Donegan's gone
3. Boom, like that
4. Speedway at Nazareth
5. Telegraph road
6. Brothers in arms
7. Money for nothing
8. So far away
9. The mist covered mountains / Wild theme (Local Hero)
DVD-Video containing the concert in Munich 2005. Filmed from a seating place near the center aisle. During the first song it's a bit shaky, but the rest of the show is very well filmed. It gives a nice overall view on the stage and also some close-ups. Available on two DVD+R's.
Show or Bootleg Title:
Yahoo! Live In Concert (May 7th, 2016)
House Of Blues - Chicago, IL
DVD - Pro Shot
Video Quality/Production Info:
ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Format settings, GOP : Variable
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 5 723 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 9 656 Kbps
Width : 704 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 1.738
Frame rate : 29.970 (30000/1001) fps
Standard : NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Progressive
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.565
Time code of first frame : 00:00:00:00
Time code source : Group of pictures header
Writing library : TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 Version. 18.104.22.168
Color primaries : BT.601 NTSC
Transfer characteristics : BT.601
Matrix coefficients : BT.601
ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Format settings, Endianness : Big
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Frame rate : 31.250 fps (1536 spf)
01 Touch Of Madness
02 Sing Me Away
03 Four In The Morning
04 Growin' Up In California
05 Rumours In The Air
06 The Secret Of My Success
07 Sentimental Street
08 Seven Wishes
09 High Road
10 Eddie's Comin' Out Tonight
12 Day And Night
13 When You Close Your Eyes
14 Don't Tell Me You Love Me
15 Band Introduction
16 Sister Christian
18 (You Can Still) Rock In America
Brendon Byrne Arena
February 26, 1994 (date corrected, info says 24th)
Ten Summoner's Tales tour
WBCN 104.1 FM (westwood one) rebroadcast 4/30/1994
Late Show with David Letterman Feb 28, 1994
and Grammy Awards March 1, 1994
WBCN 104.1 FM rebroadcast (tracks 23 and 24, TV broadcast) > Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire FM antenna > tracks 1, 10, 11 and 12: teac 3300 reel deck, 3.3/4 ips, no dolby >
Maxell UD 7" master reel > played on Akai GX-77 into soundforge (wav) > rest of tracks: nak. 300 cassette deck (no dolby) > maxell XLII-S 90 min master cassettes > played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) > (all tracks) flac (sb's aligned)
Sting: bass, vocals
David Sancious: keyboards
Dominic Miller: guitar (thanks to UncleBoko for spelling correction)
Vinnie Colaiuta: drums
Melissa Etheridge: vocals * (track 19 only)
disc 1 68:11
1: if I ever lose my faith in you > 5:41
2: heavy cloud, no rain 4:14
3: love is stronger than justice 8:02
4: band intros :28
5: seven days 4:51 (gap at 1:30)
6: a day in the life 3:55
7: fields of gold 3:51
8: synchronicity II 4:33
9: every little thing she does is magic 4:20
10: Roxanne 7:00
11: shape of my heart 11:03
12: Saint Augustine in hell 10:10
disc 2 51:11
13: Englishman in New York 5:15
14: king of pain > demolition man 7:35
15: bring on the night > when the world is running down 8:54
16: radio encore intro :09
17: she's too good for me > 4:03
18: nothing about me 3:55
19: every breath you take * 6:26
20: more radio encore talk :25
21: fragile 4:22
22: radio outro talk :18
23: seven days 5:01 (Late Show with David Letterman Feb. 28, 1994)
24: if I ever lose my faith in you 4:47 (Grammy awards March 1, 1994)
runtime: 119:22 (minutes/seconds)
these are all shared together because it was all part of a few 1994 days of Sting in New Jersey and NY area and the Grammy Awards, featuring one of his most popular albums, "Ten Summoner's Tales".
two different master recordings were used to put this together due to some issues with both recordings. for example the cassette missed the end of roxanne and beginning of shape of my heart, and the radio outro after St. Augustine (which makes a good disc break point) so the reel copy was used for those 2 songs and the 1st one which cut off the first notes of the show. unfortunately there is still a short gap in the middle of seven days, from the broadcast. otherwise this appears to be the full NJ concert from the WW1 broadcast. apparently they come from 2 different re-broadcasts on the same radio station and using the same reciever. these tapes have almost never been played since being recorded.
Source: 88FM Radio Broadcast
FM -> Zoom H1 -> WAV (16bit/44.1khz) -> PC -> Audacity -> TLH -> FLAC
Rating: VG- (read the notes below)
Mick Box - guitar, vocals
Bernie Shaw - lead vocals
Phil Lanzon - keyboards, vocals
Russell Gilbrook - drums, vocals
Davey Rimmer - bass
-- Intro (broadcasted, not taped) --
-- Speed of Sound (broadcasted, not taped) --
01. The Hanging Tree
02. Bernie Talks
03. Too Scared to Run
04. The Law
05. The Outsider
07. The Magician's Birthday
08. What Kind of God
09. One Minute
10. Can't Take That Away
11. July Morning
12. Lady in Black
-Encore break (removed)-
14. Easy Livin'
15. Land of Hope and Glory (Outro Tape)
2 Fade In/Out
4 Fixed SBEs + Converted to FLAC + Tested and created checksums
- The broadcast started on time, yet the website of the station didn't fix the time.
- Usually I tune in some 30 mins before the broadcast, therefore only the intro and first song were missed.
- Some hiss is present mainly during quiet parts.
- There's DJ banter between some tracks, can be bothering at times.
# This recording was made, edited and released by andy988
(FM masters FLAC)
cassettes played on Marantz SD 4051 deck to ZOOM H4, card to PC, Audacity editions, FLAC.
Excellent sound except may be for the only TV track.
01 Country mile jam
02 Shin kicker
03 Bad penny
04 What in the world
06 I'm leavin'
07 Shadow play
08 Louie Louie / Bullfrog blues, radio outro
09 The devil made do it (TV, Orleans)
12 Big guns
13 Walking blues
14 Brute, force and ignorance
15 Shadow play
16 Out on the western plains
17 Walking blues
18 Ghost blues ?
19 Je veux du soleil (i want some sun)
Notes by the uploader:
This is a collection of FM masters recordings i have from Rory's performances thru the years. (First upload from my sources).
1977: a jam recorded in Montreux festival, broadcasted on France Musique. This track (01) is not included in the official CD /DVD releases.
1982: on march 1982, Rory made a "Paris tour", playing several shows in the area. On march 8th he did 2 shows at the Paris Olympia; i remember i recorded the first and Phil (finkployd49) went to the second (making a recording too as well as he did in Melun). A portion of the second set was broadcasted on Radio 7 (02-08). We have the great "What in the world" here.
I added a track (09) recorded on TV from the Orleans show (same tour, on marh 10th).
1986: the tracks (10-15) were broadcasted on RTL, they came from the Casino de Paris show played on may 12th.
1994: on october 17th Rory played acoustic for the Europe 1 "Top Live" radio show (16-19). At the end of the session, he joined another guest of the day (the Au petit bonheur band) for a jam. On this track we can hear Jamel, the singer, saying proudly something like "hey mum, it's me with Rory on the radio".
My Father's Place
Pre-FM SBD feed > Nak 550 > Maxell UDXL2 (no NR) via Peter Hedeman
Transfer: MC > Aiwa AD-850 > Ted's THC cables > Edirol UA-5 > USB > Dell PC > Wavelab 5.01a @ 24/96.
Re-Master: WAV > Wavelab 5.0 (X-noise to remove hiss, S1-Imager to recenter stereo image, 192kHz resampler > 44.1 kHz, L3-Multimaximizer to dither to 16 bits and increase headroom) > FLAC > TLH (fixed SBEs) > FLAC
Performed after the release of "Electric Guitarist" (recorded in January and February 1978) and billed as "The One Truth Band, featuring John McLaughlin."
John McLaughlin - guitar
L. Shankar - acoustic and electric Violin
Stu Goldberg - keyboard
TM Stevens - bass
"Sunship" Theus - percussion
John McLaughlin & The One Truth Band
My Father's Place
Old Roslyn, NY
01. Song of The Soul * >
02. Meeting of the Spirits
03. WLIR Air Play and Commercials >
04. Dennis McNamarra intro >
05. Intro >
07. ("Music is nothing less than a
picture of the beloved") Two Sisters
08. Mind Ecology (cross fade @ appx 1:00) >
09. Percussion >
10. "Portraits of the Universe"
11. Do You Hear The Voices You Left Behind? >
12. (Continues - Piano solo) >
13. (Continues - trading fours) >
14. (Continues) >
> Are You The One? Are You The One?
16. E: "Takadimi" Vocal Jam >
1) Could be the Late Show.
2) * = Alan Hovhaness poem composed for the program
"WORLD UNITY: The Song Of The Soul" - 10.28.75
Title: Greenvale 1977
Date: May 6, 1977
Venue: Greenvale, New York, USA
Source: Original CDR > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC
01 Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)
02 Somewhere Along The Line
03 Summer, Highland Falls
04 Piano Man
05 Scenes From An Italian Restaurant
07 Angry Young Man
08 New York State Of Mind
09 Travelin' Prayer
10 Just The Way You Are
11 The Entertainer
12 You're My Home
01 Root Beer Rag
02 She's Got A Way
03 The Ballad Of Billy The Kid
04 I've Loved These Days
05 Captain Jack
06 Worse Comes To Worst
07 Ain't No Crime
08 Say Goodbye To Hollywood
09 Weekend Song
transferred to PC at 44.1khz / 16 bit via M-Audio Delta 2496 sound card - Audacity - Noise Removed - Left and Right tracks amplified - speed adjusted - tracks split - no split for CD just like the original concert
01 1000 Stars
02 Harvest Home
04 Lost Patrol
06 The Storm
07 In A Big Country
09 Angle Park
10 Fields of Fire
Dec. 15th 1985
Fair Park Coliseum
Dubwise's original info:
Info below is from the text file I received in trade from Vince at SRVrocks.com.
Visit his great site and also my SRV page at http://www.dubwisegaragecollection.com/stevie-ray-vaughan.php
I don't know the original lineage of the recording. Sounds like a low gen. radio capture.
Lineage here would be DVD Trade > FLAC Files
01. Look At Little Sister / Pride and Joy
02. Change It
03. Cold Shot
04. Love Struck
06. Get High
07. Say What
08. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
Usually, Stevie plays "Say What" early, so I'm not sure if this is the correct track order, but this is the way I've put them on the disc, piecing them together from various sources.
The concert does start with LALS and P&J.
Recorded, excellently mixed and mastered by drusilla2.
Midas XL8 > EMU 0404USB > Cubase5 > Wavelab6/WavesR7 > WAV (24kHz/16-bit) > Sound Forge 8 (dither) > FLAC
- I Put a Spell on You (Screamin' Jay Hawkins cover) [missing]
- Slave to Love [missing]
- Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (Bob Dylan cover) [missing]
- Don't Stop the Dance [missing]
01. If There Is Something (Roxy Music song, cuts in)
02. Make You Feel My Love(Bob Dylan cover)
03. You Can Dance
05. All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan cover)
06. Reason or Rhyme
07. Like a Hurricane (Neil Young cover)
08. Tara (Roxy Music song)
09. Bitter Sweet (Roxy Music song)
10. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
11. Avalon (Roxy Music song)
12. Oh Yeah (Roxy Music song)
13. My Only Love (Roxy Music song)
14. Band Introduction
15. Love Is the Drug (Roxy Music song)
16. Let's Stick Together (Wilbert Harrison song)
17. Jealous Guy (John Lennon song)
18. Hold On (I'm Coming)
Notes by the uploader:
this is a "sterile" sounboard recording. There is no real crowd noise present in the recording, so it goes almost silent between tracks, you can hear a bit of clapping. I am not a big specialist in BF recordings but I can say that this could be one of the best unofficial recordings of his up to date. I took this tape from the local torrent site and simply added info. So all credits go to drusilla2. According to him "the first 4 tracks were corrupted hence are not shared".
I am amazed at how this guy shares his recordings since it is evident he was working with or simply was the soundguy @ the gig and if i'm not mistaken such recordings are out of question among
sound engineers. They are recorded for the band but never shared. On the other handside I am sure this one and Elton John recording definitely made a lot of people happy. Unfortunately they are
most likely to be sold by bootleg-selling sc*m and there's nothing we can do about it.
Memorial Coliseum - Ultimate Sound Silver
Silver CD > CDA > dbpowerAmp > FLAC
Disc 1 [1:09:42]
01. Where The Streets Have No Name
02. I Will Follow
03. Out Of Control
04. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
06. The Unforgettable Fire
07. Gloria/Sunday Bloody Sunday
09. In God's Country
10. In God's Country part 2
11. Helter Skelter
15. New Year's Day
Disc 2 [1:08:22]
01. Bullet The Blue Sky
02. Running To Stand Still
03. With Or Without You
04. Party Girl
05. Stand By Me
Birmingham NEC June 3rd 1987
07. Where The Streets Have No Name
08. I Will Follow
09. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
10. Maggie's Farm
11. People Get Ready
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
For some reason Gloria and Sunday Bloody Sunday have not been split into separate tracks and In God's Country is in 2 parts.
martedì 29 maggio 2018
Bruce Springsteen 1979 & 1980 (mainly) A Tear Must Fall - Remastered River Outtakes EV2 (FLAC)
Title: A Tear Must Fall - Remastered The River Outtakes
Location: The Power Station, New York, NY
(except d03t13 - master dat>eac>flac)
01 The Ties That Bind
02 Sherry Darling
03 Restless Nights
05 Independence Day
06 Hungry Heart
07 Out In The Street
08 Crush On You
09 You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
10 I Wanna Marry You
11 The River
12 Point Blank
13 Cadillac Ranch
14 She's A Rocker
15 Fade Away
16 Stolen Car
18 The Price You Pay
01 Roulette (acoustic)
03 White Lies
04 Take 'Em As They Come
05 Be True
06 I Wanna Marry You
08 You Gotta Fight (For What You Want)
09 Mr. Outside (Looking For Number One)
10 Chevrolet Deluxe
11 Stolen Car
12 Ricky Wants A Man Of Her Own
13 From Small Things (Big Things One Day Come)
14 Mary Lou
15 Where The Bands Are
16 Held Up Without A Gun
18 I Wanna Be With You
19 Loose Ends
20 Hungry Heart (instrumental)
21 I Wanna Marry You
22 The Price You Pay
01 Train Song
02 Goin' Back To Georgia
04 Song To Orphans
05 Song To Orphans (Live)
06 If I Was The Priest (piano)
07 If I Was The Priest (guitar)
08 Two Hearts In True Waltz Time
09 Winter Song
10 Janey Needs A Shooter
11 Evacuation Of The West
12 Wild Zero & Blind Terry (instrumental)
13 Janey Needs A Shooter
Disc One (1) details:
- Tracks 1,14 recorded May-June, 1979.
- Tracks 2,3,5 recorded in late 1979.
- Track 3 recorded on April 11, 1980.
- Tracks 4,10 recorded on or just prior to July 20, 1979.
- Track 5 recorded sometime from Feb to May 1980.
- Track 6 recorded in June 1979, probably on or shortly before June 20.
- Track 7 recorded sometime from Mar to May 1980 – among the final batch of songs completed.
- Track 8 recorded sometime from April to June 1980.
- Track 9 recorded sometime from June-Aug 1979.
- Track 11 recorded sometime in July or August 1979.
- Track 12 recorded in May or June 1979.
- Track 13 recorded sometime from April to June 1980.
- Track 15 recorded sometime from March to June 1980.
- Track 16 recorded in July 1979.
- Track 17 recorded in June or July 1979.
- Track 18 recorded on or shortly before June 21, 1979.
- Tracks 18,11,9,1 from 'The Ties That Bind'
- Tracks 4,14 from 'Lost Masters V', LOVE 005
- Track 16 from 'Lost Masters VI', LOVE 006
- Tracks 12,3 from 'The Definitive River Outtakes Vol 1', ES-14/15
- Tracks 2,5,6,7,8,10,13,15,17 from 'The Definitive River Outtakes Vol 2', ES-25/26
01 Alternate take, slightly different Bruce lead vocal, is sung in a different key and it is an entirely different mix.
02 Alternate mix with some alternate 'party noises'
03 Original mix with some more vocals than on 'Tracks' version. (Maybe completely different take)
04 Unreleased outtake with Clarence's vocal track.
05 Complete take.
06 Complete take.
07 Alternate mix.
08 Rough take with more background vocals, no sax solo.
09 Unreleased rockabilly outtake.
10 Take #8, new vocal track.
11 Alternate mix with no harmony vocals in the end.
12 Completely different arrangement.
13 Different vocal take, less hollering & different guitar sound at the end.
14 Take #6 with different vocal, mixed up front.
15 Vocal take #19, composite fade from take #17.
16 New mix, different lyrics and three more verses than on the released version(s). Amazing.
17 Alternate take with a lot more shouting.
18 Contains an additional lyric verse not found on the released version.
Disc Two (2) details:
- Tracks 1,9,10 recorded in Holmdel, New Jersey circa 1979.
- Tracks 2 recorded on April 3, 1979.
- Track 3 recorded sometime late April-June 1979.
- Tracks 4 recorded shortly before or after April 10, 1980.
- Track 5 recorded sometime from Feb to May 1980.
- Track 6,21 recorded on July 21, 1979.
- Track 7 recorded on or just prior to July 20, 1979.
- Track 8 recorded sometime from April to June 1980.
- Track 11 recorded on July 26, 1979.
- Track 12 recorded around July 16, 1979.
- Track 13 recorded in late 1979.
- Track 14 recorded on May 30, 1979
- Track 15 recorded on Oct 9, 1979.
- Track 16 recorded in March or April 1980.
- Track 17 recorded on April 3, 1979
- Track 18 recorded in April or May 1979.
- Track 19 recorded on July 18, 1979.
- Track 20 recorded in June 1979, probably on or shortly before June 20.
- Track 22 recorded on or shortly before June 21, 1979.
- Track 5 from 'The Ties That Bind'
- Tracks 7,21 from 'Lost Masters V', LOVE 005
- Track 18,22 from 'Lost Masters VI', LOVE 006
- Tracks 15,10,12,14,16,3,19,8,9 from 'The Definitive River Outtakes Vol 1', ES-14/15
- Tracks 11,2,4,6,20,12,13 from 'The Definitive River Outtakes Vol 2', ES-25/26
01 Acoustic home demo. Bruce at home creating the song.
02 Early mix with no piano track and guitar & organ mixed up. Outstanding.
03 Unreleased studio outtake (similar to Be True & Mary Lou).
04 Alternate take with some different lyrics and arrangement.
05 Alternate take (#28) with ending harmony vocals by Bruce.
06 Take #4, different mix.
07 Unreleased studio outtake without Clarence's vocal track.
08 Acoustic home demo.
09 Acoustic home demo.
10 Acoustic home demo.
11 Take #3, different mix.
12 Different lyrics, completely different (early) mix (this one has guitars up in the mix).
13 Take #22. Yes, really, take #22. And they launched directly into take #23 after this one.
14 Alternate take with some different vocals and mix.
15 Different mix.
16 Acoustic home demo into full band alternate take.
17 Alternate mix with the piano track.
18 Alternate mix (drums way up) with some different lyrics.
19 Alternate mix.
20 Instrumental backup track.
21 Alternate take with new vocal, spoken intro, and no sax or backing vocals at the end.
22 Completely different arrangement.
Disc Three (3) details:
- Tracks 1,2,3 recorded at Fillmore Recording Studios in San Francisco on Feb 22, 1970.
- Track 4 likely recorded at Pocketful Of Tunes Studio in May-June 1972, but this is possibly from 914 Sound Studios in July.
- Track 5 recorded live at Max's Kansas City, 1972. Shows how much different the live arrangement's can be.
- Track 6 recorded at CBS Studios, New York, NY on May 3, 1972.
- Track 7 probably recorded at Mike Appel’s office or home, New York, NY during April, 1972.
- Track 8 likely recorded at 914 Sound Studio, Blauvelt, NY during July-Aug 1972.
- Tracks 9,10 recorded at 914 Sound Studio, Blauvelt, NY during Jan-Feb, 1973.
- Tracks 11,12 recorded at 914 Sound Studio, Blauvelt, NY during Jun-Sep, 1973.
- Track 13 recorded at the Atlantic Studios in 1978.
- Tracks 1,2,3 from 'The Unsurpassed Springsteen Vol. 1', YD 018
- Track 4,11 from 'Prodigal Son', DOS 101-2
- Track 5 from 'The Unsurpassed Springsteen Vol. 2', YD 019
- Tracks 6,8 from 'Before The Fame', PER5899
- Track 7,9,10 from 'The Unsurpassed Springsteen Vol. 6', YD 037
- Track 11 from 'The Unsurpassed Springsteen Vol. 6', YD 037
- Track 12 from 'The Unsurpassed Springsteen Vol. 5', YD 036
- Track 13 directly from tape source.
01 This is about as close to mainstream country as Springsteen has ever gotten – and out of character with Bruce’s other known compositions of the era.
02 This unabashed Allman Brothers - influenced tune was the third most requested song of the Steel Mill era, behind “Resurrection” and “Guilty”.
03 Written in the summer of 1969 and performed in concert regularly during the second half of 1969 and throughout 1970.
04 Written soon after the May 2 audition for John Hammond and found on a proposed track-listing document for
the Greetings album. “Song To Orphans” was an occasional inclusion in Bruce’s opening solo segment during the first three months of the Greetings LP tour.
06 According to comments by Bruce this was written in late 1970 or early 1971.
08 Garry Tallent OR Richard Davis on bass.
09 Bruce on piano. Haunting.
10 The lyrics were written during 1972, although the melody was culled from a 1971 Springsteen composition performed live by the Bruce Springsteen Band called “Talkin About My Baby”.
11 Originally titled ‘There Are No Kings In Texas” but Bruce has copyrighted the song under the title “Evacuation Of the West”. This band recording does not feature David Sancious and does not include any instrumental or vocal overdubs.
12 The melody is the exact same as the earlier recorded and completed “Phantoms”.
13 A rough rehearsal, of lower audio quality than most other session material.
One of the first edits I put out there was 'The Price You Pay - River Outtakes'. In time, it got around pretty much but I had the feeling (as it was one of my first edits ...) that I could've done better job with it, which was surely true.
Here's the second try, basicly I wanted to do better (re)mastering and more different tracks. It's not even nearly the complete River session bootleg but I'm bold enough to say it's the best quality there is.
D1Track11 (The River) & 'The Price You Pay' at the end of disc 1 gives you a pretty good idea what the remastered album would sound like .. only even better.
Also included a third disc of some tracks from earlier years that I had edited a long time ago, but never did anything with them. The first 3 tracks are very low quality but I wanted to include them (don't know why).
** When burning this compilation, make sure you burn it DAO - without the 2 seconds gaps between each track. **
About all the above information shamelessly copied (as usual) from brucebase.org.uk (thanks John) & http://www.theboots.net (thanks Flynn!)
Big thanks to Jan (where ever you are!), especially Christian and Jeffrey for finding and getting me most of the tracks and keeping the faith.
Rainbow Music Hall
Taped for KBCO-FM radio broadcast, full recording including encore breaks
Pre-FM Soundboard Master Reels? > ? > CD-R > WAV (Normalized) > FLAC
Re-edited by Simmdale with song beginnings retracked, tracks titled properly with corrected Info text, files recompressed to FLAC (level 8, align on sector boundaries), and new artwork completed just for this torrent in March 2008.
Bruce Cockburn - Vocals, guitar
Dennis Pendrith - Bass
Jon Goldsmith - Keyboards
Bob Disalle - Drums
Hugh Marsh - Violin
Kathryn Moses - Sax, flute, vocals
01 You Pay Your Money And You Take Your Chance 5:19.55
02 The Trouble With Normal 3:15.27
03 The Strong One 5:57.74
04 The Coldest Night Of The Year 4:42.53
05 Going Up Against Chaos 6:28.65
06 Radio Shoes 4:29.33
07 Creation Dream 6:42.23
08 Rumours Of Glory 5:58.40
09 Civilization And Its Discontents 5:15.60
Total Disc Time: 48:10.55
01 Band Introduction 1:01.59
02 Mama Just Wants To Barrelhouse All Night Long 6:12.16
03 All's Quiet On the Inner City Front 5:47.59
04 Broken Wheel 4:23.17
05 Justice 5:22.12
06 Tokyo 3:53.28
07 Loner 7:54.34
08 Wanna Go Walking 3:11.66
09 It's Going Down Slow 6:48.19
10 Wondering Where The Lions Are 7:11.71
11 All The Diamonds In The World 4:09.68
Total Disc Time: 55:56.74
Johnny Cash 07/09/96
Irving Plaza, New York, NY
01 - Folsom Prison Blues
02 - Get Rhythm When You Get the Blues
03 - Sunday Morning Coming Down
04 - (Ghost) Riders in the Sky
05 - A Cowboy's Prayer > Oh, Bury Me Not
06 - I Never Picked Cotton
07 - Unchained
08 - Rowboat
09 - Rusty Cage
10 - Southern Accents
11 - Memories Are Made of This
12 - Ring of Fire
13 - Intros > Walk the Line
14 - I've Got Jesus in My Soul
15 - Jackson*
16 - If I Were a Carpenter* %cuts
17 - Wabash Cannonball*
18 - Wildwood Flower*
19 - June yakking > I Used to Be Somebody**
20 - Can the Circle Be Unbroken (Bye and Bye)**
21 - Big River
22 - I Still Miss Someone
23 - Orange Blossom Special
24 - I'll Be Waiting*
* - w/ June
** - June, no Johnny
CDr>CDwave>WAVE>FlacFrontend Level 8>FLAC
Quality : 9 (+)
01.Love Goes To Buildings On Fire
02.Uh Oh,Love Comes To Town
03.Dont Worry About The Government
04.Take Me To The River
05.Who Is It ?
07.The Book I Read
09.A Clean Break ( Wash That Love Away )
11.Im Not In Love ( bad tape at the beginning )
Video Source: SWR(RP channel) German TV Broadcast(in 2000)
Taper: Axel himself
Video Bitrate: 8824 to 9208 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR 25.000 Frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD Author: AODPPSS
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment
Audio Source: SWR(RP channel) German TV Broadcast(see above)
Lineage: see below
Taper: Axel himself
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz 256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)
SWR(RP channel) German TV Broadcast(see above) > Nokia satellite bowl > Pace satellite TV receiver > via Scart cable > Akai VCR(SP mode) > Kodak 240min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(XP mode) > Verbatim DVD- on HD (> YOU)
DVD with menue and scattered chapters
File Size: 3.87GB
Information(Goodyear Concert): http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=458542
more information(Goodyear Concert): http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/good...uis_armstrong/
--) Announcement by Woomy Schmidt
a) The Goodyear Concert
no setlist actually, please tell us
Liederhalle, Stuttgart, Germany, 15th February 1959
01) Basin Street Blues
02) Adios Muchachos
03) Mack The Knife
04) Stompin' At The Savoy
05) When The Saint's Go Marching In
06) Es war einmal ein treuer Husar
Length(for a and b): 58:43min
Louis Armstrong: Trumpet, Vocals
Jewell Brown: Vocals
Joe Darensbourg: Clarinet
Billy Kyle: Piano
Billy Cronk: Bass
Danny Barcelona: Drums
incomplete personnel, please tell if you have addy info
Louis Armstrong: Trumpet, Vocals
Trummy Young: Trombone
Peanuts Hucko: Clarinet
Billy Kyle: Piano
Mort Herbert: Bass
Danny Barcelona: Drums
Length(for a and b): 58:43min
(Source: SWR German TV broadcast)
Perugia Blues Festival
MASTER PAL TAPE > Tenlab TR-21 PAL/NTSC converter > MiniDV
audio: PCM 48/16
01 - Ramble On
02 - I Believe
03 - 29 Palms
04 - Bluebird
05 - If I Were A Carpenter
06 - Going To California
07 - Promised Land
08 - Calling To You
09 - What Is And What Should Never Be
10 - Ship Of Fools
11 - Whole Lotta Love
This is a proshot from Robert's Fate of Nation tour. Probably the best Robert Plant tour ever!
CONCIERTO BUCHANAN'S FOREVER
COLEGIO DE LAS VIZCAINAS, MXICO D.F. (MXICO)
NTSC DVD 54min
Sting (Voz y bajo)
Dominic Miller (Guitarra)
David Sancious (Teclados)
Abe Laboriel, Jr. (Batería).
TV > PC > DVD
Video: 10080 kb/s VBR MPEG-2 720x480 16:9
Audio: English, Dolby AC-3 2ch 48kHz
Subs: Spanish hardcoded (only on interview parts)
01. Message In The Bottle
02. Englishman In New York
03. Shape Of My Heart (inc. interview)
04. Next To You
05. Fields Of Gold
08. Walking On The Moon
10. Bring On The Night
12. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
14. Every Breath You Tale
Video compression mode: MPEG-2
TV system: 625/50 (PAL)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Display Mode: Both Pan&scan and Letterbox
Source picture resolution: 720x576 (625/50)
Frame Rate: 25.00
Source picture letterboxed: Not letterboxed
Audio Coding mode: MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 without extension bitstream
Sampling Rate: 48kHz
Audio application mode: Not specified
Number of Audio channels: 2
Bitrate: 384 Kbps
Number of Audio streams: 1
VIDEO: PROSHOT 8/10 VERY GOOD
SOUND: EXELLENT 8/10 GOOD....
01 - Inro
02 - Evilution
03 - Staright Through The Heart
04 - Dont Talk To Strangers
05 - Holy Diver/Drums Solos
06 - Heaven And Hell
07 - Children Of The Sea
08 - I Speed At Night
09 - We Rock
10 - Neon Nights
01 - Intro 2
02 - Stargazer
03 - Misstreated
04 - Catch The Rainbow
05 - Last In Line
06 - Rainbow In The Dark
07 - Mob Rules
08 - Man On The Silve Mountain
09 - Long Live Rock N Roll