domenica 30 giugno 2019

Bruce Springsteen - 1980-12-28 - Uniondale, NY (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

LINEAGE SOUNDBOARD>CD'S>EAC>WAV>FLAC 

DISC 1 
01 - Merry Xmas Baby
02 - Badlands
03 - Two Hearts
04 - 10Th Avenue Freeze Out
05 - Darkness On The Dge Of Town
06 - Independence Day
07 - Who'Ll Stop The Rain
08 - Factory
09 - The Promised Land
10 - Out In The Street
11 - This Land Is Your Land
12 - The River
13 - Prove It All Night
14 - Thunder Road 

DISC 2 
01 - Cadillac Ranch
02 - Hungry Heart
03 - Sherry Darling
04 - Fire
05 - Because The Night
06 - 4Th July Asbury Park (Sandy)
07 - For You
08 - Stolen Car
09 - Wreck On The Highway
10 - Point Blank
11 - The Ties That Bind
12 - Ramrod
13 - You Can Look

DISC 3 
01 - Backstreets
02 - Rosalita
03 - Santa Claus
04 - Jungleland
05 - Born To Run
06 - Detroit Medley 

This is an excellent remaster of the Nassau Coliseum show of 12-28-80 done by David Hussey. Everything has been cleaned up and corrected. This was originally a soundboard show and the sound is top quality.

Hawkwind - 1988-04-22 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Hawkwind
Hammersmith Odeon
Hammersmith,London
22nd April 1988
BBC Radio 1 In Concert (FM Broadcast)

BBC FM>Marantz Tuner>Cassette(Master)>Wav capture,track markers & burned using Magix audio cleaner>accuraterip to flac level 8.
Md5 checksums generated using Traders little helper.

Dave Brock - Guitar, Synths, Vocals 
Huw Lloyd-Langton - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Alan Davey - Bass, Vocals
Harvey Bainbridge - Synths, Vocals
Danny Thompson - Drums

01 - Arrival In Utopia
02 - The War I Survived.
03 - Heads.
04 - Shot Down In The Night.
05 - Mutation Zone.
06 - Tides.
07 - Wastelands Of Sleep.
08 - Moonglum.
09 - Sonic Attack.
10 - Rocky Paths.(there's a cut at  03:23 due to tape flip)
11 - Brainstorm.(incomplete - dj talks and fades out track at 08:13)

Runtime - 00:58:09

John Fogerty - 1985-01-31 - Los Angeles, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Chaplin Stage A&M Soundstage, Los Angeles, CA (NTSC) 

John Fogerty's All Stars
Chaplin Stage
A&M Soundstage
Los Angeles, CA
January 31, 1985

The Stonecutter Collection vol 100

Source: Super VHS master > 1st generation VHS

Transfer: (VCR) Aiwa FX 8000 > (DVD SA) Magnavox MDR 557H

NTSC DVD5 burned at high quality 60 min mode.

Transferred by: Rich B. / kingrue upload 692

Booker T. Jones - keyboards (Booker T. & the MG's)
Donald 'Duck' Dunn - bass (Booker T. & the MG's)
Prairie Prince - drums (The Tubes' drummer)
Albert Lee - guitar
Steve Douglas - sax (Duane Eddy's saxman)
Bobby King - singer/arranger
Terry Evans - singer
Dan Fitzpatrick - singer
Arnold McCuller - singer

Video Contents:
Interview Segment 1
Mary Don't You Weep
Interview Segment 2
My Pretty Baby/Leave My Woman Alone
Interview Segment 3
Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go-I Need Your Loving
Interview Segment 4
I Confess
Interview Segment 5
I'm A Man (Mannish Boy)
Interview Segment 6
There's No Love In You
Rock N' Roll Girls
Interview Segment 7
My Toot Toot
Interview Segment 8/End Credits

The last song, "My Toot Toot", is sung by Fogerty in Louisiana Cajun country and uses a different band:

Rockin' Sidney - accordion
Mark Miller - bass
Kip Bacque - guitar
Warren Storm - drums
Willy T - sax

==============================================

Technical information offered by GSpot v2.70a

Video Source: TV
Video Lineage: Super VHS master > 1st generation VHS
Taper: unknown
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 10080 kb/s
DVD Author: Stonecutter (Rich B.)
DVD Length: 57:46 min
Chapters Every 5 Mins.

Audio Source: 
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 48000Hz 384 kb/s, stereo 2 channel.

Screen Size: 720 x 480 (4:3 ratio)
Fms: 20,951
kbps: 8572
frames 29.970

Peter Tosh - 1983-12-30 - Kingston, JA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Peter Tosh 12-30-83
Reggae Starjam
Kingston , JA

This is Peter's last show

sdb>cass X ?>flac 

CD1
1.Peter talking..... 
Pick Myself Up
2.Wanted Dread & Alive
3.Hammer
4.Not Gonna Give It Up
5.Rastafari Is
6.Where You Gonna Run
7.Apartheid
8.Cant Blame The Youth > Dem Haffi Get A Beatin 
9.Glasshouse

CD2
1.Bush Doctor
2.JBG
3.Get Up Stand Up
4.Jah Guide > Stepping Razor > Burial > Legalize It

R.E.M. - 1983-11-09 - San Francisco, CA (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

R.E.M. - Rhythmic Studios, San Francisco CA 1983-11-09

01 - That Beat (see caveat below) 
02 - Walter's Theme
03 - Cushy Tush
04 - Burning Down
05 - All The Right Friends
06 - Windout
07 - Femme Fatale
08 - Burning Hell
09 - The Lion Sleeps Tonight
10 - Skank
11 - So. Central Rain
12 - Letter Never Sent
13 - Little America
14 - Camera
15 - Second Guessing
16 - Second Guessing Take 2
17 - Harborcoat
18 - Seven Chinese Brothers
19 - Just A Touch
20 - Pretty Persuasion
21 - Pale Blue Eyes
22 - Time After Time (Annelise)

Note
the bulk of these songs showed up in complete form on 'Reckoning' and other songs showed up in finished form on various B-sides. These straight to 2-track demos have *never* been officially released.

The only song on this recording whose source I would question is That Beat. Michael can clearly be heard talking to someone called 'Don' in the control room. This would almost certainly have been Don Dixon, the co-producer of their first two records. The Rhythmic Studios were produced by Elliott Mazer not Don Dixon so... hmmm... that suggests that this may come from a different session than this one. 

Also the sound on That Beat is quite different to the sound of the rest of the songs.

This is from UNCUT Magazine:

"On November 9 [1983], R.E.M. demoed 24 songs at Rhythmic Studios, San Francisco, with Elliot Mazer, who'd produced Neil Young's 'Harvest'. They recorded nine songs that would eventually appear on 'Reckoning': 'So. Central Rain', 'Letter Never Sent', 'Little America', 'Camera', 'Second Guessing', 'Harborcoat', '7 Chinese Bros', 'Pretty Persuasion' and 'Time After Time (AnnElise)'.

Mazer had first met [Peter] Buck, a long-time Young fan, at R.E.M.'s show on June 20, 1983 at the Keystone Berkeley, California. He remembers the sessions: 'The band called me as they wanted to demo some tunes and Mitch [Easter] was not in town. The band set up in the studio and when we had a sound, they started to play. Everything was done live to 2-track stereo. One take per song. They played a tune and, if they got through it, they moved onto the next one. It was intense fun'. Among the sessions were three covers -The Tokens' 'The Lion Sleeps Tonite', and 'Pale Blue Eyes' and 'Femme Fatale' by The Velvet Underground- that the band 'played to get sounds and warm up', says Mazer. 'We might have done one playback, if at all', he continues. 'They needed to record demo versions of these tunes'. The sessions never officially saw the light of day, though they were leaked online. When asked what happened to the tapes -and why the sessions weren't included on the forthcoming 'Reckoning Special Edition'- [R.E.M. manager, Bertis] Downs admits no-one's entirely sure where they are: 'They could be dust, or they could have been mislabelled and are sitting in a locker somewhere'".

With the probable exception of That Beat, these were originally recorded live to 2-Track. They were circulating among collectors on cassette for a while and these are probably originally sourced from one of those unknown generation tapes. They were compiled onto CD-r and then extracted to flac using Exact Audio Copy. Everything else was done on TLH V 2.5.0.

R.E.M. - 1984-09-28 - Tampa, FL (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

R.E.M.  1984-09-28
University Of South Florida Soccer Field, Tampa, FL 

01 - Femme Fatale
02 - Radio Free Europe
03 - Seven Chinese Brothers ("Simon Says 2 steps back")
04 - Harborcoat
05 - Pilgrimage
06 - Hyena
07 - Talk About The Passion
08 - (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
09 - Driver 8
10 - So. Central Rain
11 - Kohoutek
12 - Sitting Still
13 - Gardening At Night
14 - 09-set
15 - Windout
16 - Old Man Kensey
17 - Pretty Persuasion
18 - Little America

encore 1 
19 - Ghost Riders In The Sky
20 - Chicken Train
21 - Second Guessing
22 - We Walk-Behind Closed Doors-After Hours
23 - In the Year 2525
24 - 1,000,000

encore 2 
25 - Moon River
26 - Last Date (cut)
27 - After Hours
28 - The Lion Sleeps Tonight
29 - Sloop John B
30 - Carnival Of Sorts
31 - Skank > Tusk

I got my cass copy of this show within a week of the show. Got mine from Steve and he got his from Nadia. Hers could have been a 1st gen sbd. I played back my copy on my Nak CR-5A on normal bias and EQ setting and adjusted the azimith. The audience u hear is thru Stipes mic, most of the crowd was jammed close to the stage. Back by the sbd it was wide open allowing me to dance 20 yards in any direction, which i did. What a show. Maybe someday the Boys will give us a pristine copy.

Led Zeppelin - 1969-04-25 - San Francisco, CA (AUD/FLAC) "The Grande Ball"


(Vg+ Audience Recording FLAC)

Title: The Grande Ball
Daters: April 25, 1969
Venue: Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, California, US.

Lineage: 
Missing Link (ML-010) Boot 1CD > EAC > FLAC

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

01: The Train Kep A Rollin'
02: I Can't Quit You Baby
03: Dazed And Confused
04: You Shook Me
05: How Many More Times

- May 16, 1969 Chicago, Illinois, Us -
06: The Train Kept A Rollin'
07: You Shook Me
08: Communication Breakdown
09: As Long As I Have You

Santana - 1974-07-28 - San Diego, CA (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

SANTANA - CRICKETS & ANGELS (LIBERATED BOOT) Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA July 28 1974 

July 28 Sun: Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA 
Source FM

I have 2 copies of this show, 1 taken from a vinyl bootleg which runs in the order of the actual gig, the other from a trade CD which was taken from a CD version of the boot. This has the tracks in the wrong order but becuase this is better quality I have used this as the main source and just added the track that was missing from the vinyl boot.

Carlos Santana (g/perc/vo)
Jose "Chepito" Areas (perc)
Jules Broussard (fl/sax)
David Brown (b)
Tom Coster (kbd/vo)
Leon Patillo (kbd/vo)
Armando Peraza (perc/vo)
Michael Shrieve (ds)

01.Going Home
02.Incident At Neshabur
03.Black Magic Woman
04.Gypsy Queen
05.Oye Como Va
06.Samba Pa Ti
07.Toussaint L'Overture 
08.Soul Sacrifice

lineage:
Track 1
Vinyl Boot>cassette>Goldwave>Wav>CDR>EAC>WAV>Flac

Tracks 2 
CD Boot>Trade CD>EAC>WAV>Flac

Steve Miller Band - 1977-05-01 - Los Angeles, CA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Steve Miller Band
The Forum
Los Angeles, CA
May 1st, 1977

Soundboard radio broadcast > Master Cassette > EAC > EAC > Flac
Editing by GGG with EAC V1.2 > TLH

Acoustic Set:
01. Baby's is calling me home
02. Wild mountain honey
03. Going to the country
04. Nothing lasts
05. Going to Mexico
06. The joker

Electric Set:
07. Fly like an eagle
08. Ganster of love
09. Your cash ain't nothing but trash
10. Shu ba da du ma ma ma

Led Zeppelin - 1971-04-01 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Led Zeppelin
Venue, City, Country: Paris Theatre, London, UK
Live Date: 1971-04-01
Broadcasting Date: 2005-04-22
Radio Station: SR P3 Live
Playtime: 56:56.120
Size: 391,4 MB

Lineage:
FM Broadcasting > Technics SA-GX390 > SB Audigy > Sony Soundforge (44100 Hz, 16bit wave) > CD-wave editor/Wavbreak > FLAC8

01 - P3 Live Intro - 0:38
02 - Immigrant Song - 3:12
03 - Heartbreaker - 5:22
04 - Black Dog - 5:21
05 - Communication Breakdown - 5:11
06 - Stairway To Heaven - 8:54
07 - Going To California - 3:53
08 - What Is And What Should Never Be - 4:31
09 - Whole Lotta Love - 19:53

Info:
BBC Recording broadcasted by P3 Live (Swedish Radio). Tracks splitted with CD-wave Editor, except track 02 Immigrant Song / 03 Heartbreaker, splitted with Wavbreak. 

Ted Nugent - 1977-06-07 - Clarkston, MI (FM/FLAC)

(FM Broadcast FLAC)

Ted Nugent
Pine Knob Amphitheater - Show #1 
Clarkston, Michigan
June 7, 1977

FLAC Level 8

add. lineage (Maddrax October 2015)
...>downloaded from DIME>fixed SBE'S with TLH>FLAC

Ted Nugent - lead guitar, vocals
Derek St. Holmes -guitar, vocals
Rob Grange - bass
Cliff Davies - drums

01.  /Just What the Doctor Ordered (cuts in > incomplete)
02.  Dog Eat Dog
03.  Free For All
04.  Snakeskin Cowboys
05.  Where Have You Been All My Life
06.  Cat Scratch Fever
07.  Wang Dang Sweet Poontang
08.  Death By Misadventure
09.  Stormtroopin'
10.  Stranglehold
11.  Motor City Madhouse

Length:  65:52

The Golden Wilburys (Fogerty/Dylan/Harrison) - 1987-02-19 - Hollywood, CA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

The Golden Wilburys
Palomino Club
Hollywood, CA,
Feb. 19, 1987

lineage
SBD > ? > bootleg: 'The Golden Wilburys' (Front Row 37) > eac > wav > flac

Taj Mahal - harmonica
George Harrison, Jesse Ed Davis, John Fogerty & Bob Dylan - guitars
Ray Fitzpatrick - bass
Kester Smith - drums
Wayne Henderson - keyboards

01. Matchbox / Gone Gone Gone - Taj Mahal & George Harrison
02. Lucille - Taj Mahal
03. Knock On Wood - John Fogerty
04. In The Midnight Hour - John Fogerty
05. Honey Don't - George Harrison
06. Blue Suede Shoes - George Harrison & John Fogerty
07. Watching The River Flow - George Harrison
08. Proud Mary - John Fogerty
09. Johnny B. Goode - Taj Mahal
10. Willie And The Hand Jive / Bo Diddley - Taj Mahal
11. Peggy Sue - George Harrison & Bob Dylan
12. Dizzy Miss Lizzy - George Harrison & Bob Dylan
13. Twist And Shout - George Harrison & John Fogerty

The Cure - 1980-06-14 - Rettel, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

THE CURE 
14 June 1980 
"Rettel Festival" 
Base de Plein Air du Comité d'Entreprise d'Usinor, Rettel, France 

Unknown generation SBD or FM on TDK SA90 cassette(tape#1513)> Denon DR-M11 cassette deck playback> M-Audio MicrotrackII> WAV(44.1 sample rate/16bit)> CD Wave Editor tracksplit> Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 

Robert Smith 
Simon Gallup 
Laurence Tolhurst 
Matthieu Hartley

01 A Reflection 
02 Play For Today 
03 Three Imaginary Boys 
04 In Your House 
05 Fire In Cairo 
06 10.15 Saturday Night 
07 M 
08 At Night 
09 Accuracy 
10 Jumping Someone Else's Train 
11 Another Journey By Train 
12 Grinding Halt 
13 A Forest 
14 Seventeen Seconds 
15 Plastic Passion 
16 Boys Don't Cry 
17 Subway Song 
18 Killing An Arab

The Cure - 1980-06-28 - Veenendaal, NL (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

THE CURE 
28 June 1980 
"Zomerpop 80" 
Stadspark, Veenendaal, Netherlands - midday show 

First generation FM broadcast on Maxell XLII90(tape#1267)> Denon DR-M11 cassette deck playback> M-Audio MicrotrackII> WAV(44.1 sample rate/16bit)> CD Wave Editor tracksplit> Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 

*Seventeen Seconds 
*Play For Today 
01 (start cut)Three Imaginary Boys 
02 Fire In Cairo 
03 In Your House 
04 10.15 Saturday Night 
*Accuracy 
05 At Night 
06 Jumping Someone Else's Train 
07 Another Journey By Train 
08 M 
09 Grinding Halt(fade out) 
10 A Forest 
11 Forever(fade out)

*Performed but not on broadcast, if anyone has complete audience source with these three missing tracks please share.

The Police - 1979-02-21 - Hatfield Polythechnic, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Quality: A+ Live radio broadcast

Lineage: 
Original mint- Radio Station BBC Vinyl > REGA Planar2 turntable, SME series III arm, Grado m-2 stylus > StAudio 24/96 card > Wavelab (No processing) > .shn > .flac

01.Cant stand losing you
02.So lonely
03.Fall out
04.Hole in my life
05.Truth hits sverybody
06.Message in a bottle
07.Peanuts
08.Roxanne
09.Next to you
10.Cant stand losing you (reprise)

Legnth: 46:34:49

Live radio broadcast. Audiophile Quality.
The Hatfield Polytechnic show has been booted often. This is from an original mint- Radio station vinyl disc. 
Transferred with a super fine turntable & stylus.
Back when Sting was great.

The Police - 1980-11-24 - Toronto, ON (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Police
24th November 1980
Massey Hall
Toronto, Canada
FM

01. Voices Inside My Head
02. Don't Stand So Close To Me
03. Walking On The Moon
04. Deathwish
05. Fall Out
06. Man In A Suitcase
07. Bring On The Night
08. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da
09. Truth Hits Everybody
10. Shadows In The Rain
11. When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What's Still Around
12. The Bed's Too Big Without You
13. Driven To Tears
14. Message In A Bottle
15. Roxanne
16. Can't Stand Losing You / Reggatta de Blanc / Be My Girl
17. Next To You*
18. So Lonely*

Notes:
Based on "LDB Special Series #21".
What I did - Pitch-Correction, +2.0db, Track-Cutting & ReFLACing.
*Also I added more tracks, 'Next To You' & 'So Lonely' from other source.

Led Zeppelin - 1969-10-10 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

L'Olympia

Rip from the silver bootleg "L'Olympia" on TheGodfatherecords (G.R.248)

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. Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown
02. I Can't Quit You Baby
03. Heartbreaker
04. Dazed And Confused
05. White Summer / Black Mountain Side
06. You Shook Me
07. How Many More Times

Total running time: 76.56 min

Paul McCartney - 2002-04-24 - Washington, DC (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

MCI Center

Remastered by TheTooleMan 11/2003 from commercial bootleg soundboard or ALD recording.
- out-of-phase stereo channels corrected (original recording is MONO)
- equalization and a bit of magic applied

Happy 70th birthday, Sir Paul!

TheTooleMan

Lineage:
ALD or soundboard recording -> commercial bootleg -> EAC -> TheTooleMan (Sound Forge) -> FLAC

CD1

01 - Hello, Goodbye

02 - Jet
03 - All My Loving
04 - Getting Better
05 - Coming Up
06 - Let Me Roll It
07 - Lonely Road
08 - Driving Rain
09 - Your Loving Flame
10 - Blackbird
11 - Every Night
12 - We Can Work It Out
13 - Mother Nature's Son
14 - Vanilla Sky
15 - You Never Give Me Your Money/Carry That Weight
16 - The Fool On The Hill
17 - Here Today
18 - Something
19 - Eleanor Rigby
20 - Here, There And Everywhere

CD2
01 - Band On The Run
02 - Back In The USSR
03 - Maybe I'm Amazed
04 - C Moon
05 - My Love
06 - Can't Buy Me Love
07 - Freedom
08 - Live And Let Die
09 - Let It Be
10 - Hey Jude

First Encore
11 The Long And Winding Road
12 - Lady Madonna
13 - I Saw Her Standing There

Second Encore
14 Yesterday
15 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (reprise) / The End

Led Zeppelin - 1969-03-14 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Missing Links
Venue: Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden.

Source: Vg ~ Ex+ Soundboard Recording
Lineage: TDOLZ (Vol.81) Boot 1CD > EAC > FLAC

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

Disc
01: I Can't Quit You Baby
02: I Gotta Move
03: Dazed And Confused
04: How Many More Times
- March 14, 1969 Stockholm, Sweden

05: Heartbreaker
06: That's The Way
- June 28, 1970 Both Festival, Shepton Mallet, UK

07: Fire *
08: Carouselambra *
09: Carouselambra *
10: Carouselambra *
- May, 1978 Clearwell Castile Forest Of Dean Wales

The Ramones - 1979-12-06 Indianapolis, IN (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

MARCH OF THE PINHEADS

Place: Vogue Theatre
Cat. #: HAWK 064

This version of the show has been pitch corrected by +1 semi-tone.

01. Drum Intro
02. Blitzkrieg Bop
03. Teenage Lobotomy
04. Rockaway Beach
05. I Don't Want You
06. Go Mental
07. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
08. Rock 'N' Roll High School
09. I Wanna Be Sedated
10. I Just Want To Have Something To Do
11. Bad Brain
12. I'm Against It
13. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
14. Havana Affair
15. Commando
16. Needles & Pins
17. I'm Affected
18. Surfin' Bird
19. Cretin Hop
20. All The Way
21. California Sun
22. I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
23. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World
24. Pinhead
25. Do You Wanna Dance?
26. Suzy Is A Headbanger
27. Let's Dance
28. Chinese Rocks
29. Beat On The Brat
30. We're A Happy Family

Time: 61 min 22 sec

Notes:
- sourced from Italian released Silver CD.
- original text file contained no rip/edit credits or lineage info.
- TLH test for MPEG included
- artwork included
- no sector boundary errors 

U2 - 2006-03-02 - Buenos Aires, ARG (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

U2 : LIVE FROM BUENOS AIRES (SECOND NIGHT)

Vertigo Tour 4th leg: Latin America

Date/Venue:
March 2, 2006 - Complete show 
Buenos Aires, Argentina, River Plate Stadium

Quality:
Excellent audio quality taken from TV broadcast (channel 11 "Telefe"), master tape.

Lineage:
DVDR --> Castudio DVD Audio Extractor --> English AC3 (48kHz, CBR 192 kb/s, 2Ch) --> WAV (PCM Uncompressed Wave, 48kHz, 2 Channels Stereo, 16 bits) --> Sound Forge (Equalized, Normalized and Resampled to 44kHz) --> CD Wave Editor (cue sheets) --> WAV --> FLAC frontend --> FLAC ( level 8 ) --> MakeTorrent --> YOU

Observations:
Audio Codec: AC3 (48000Hz, CBR 192 kb/s, stereo 2/0)
AC3 Audio from DVD is lossy. So yes, this torrent is lossy, but this is the best source I have. In fact, I never saw a lossless source anywhere. This source is from AC3 @ CBR 192 kbps. So, take it or leave it. If you have a lossless source, please share it.

DISC 1 : (63:44)
01. City Of Blinding Lights 6:21
02. Vertigo 4:17
03. Elevation 4:33
04. Until The End Of The World 4:43
05. New Year's Day 5:30
06. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 5:06
07. Beautiful Day 5:28
08. The First Time 3:31
09. Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own 5:53
10. Love And Peace Or Else 5:07
11. Sunday Bloody Sunday 8:02
12. Bullet The Blue Sky 5:13

DISC 2 : (62:33)
13. Miss Sarajevo 6:15
14. Pride (In The Name Of Love) 4:20
15. Where The Streets Have No Name 6:08
16. One 9:08
17. Zoo Station 4:53
18. The Fly 5:23
19. Mysterious Ways 5:35
20. With Or Without You 6:17
21. Mothers Of The Disappeared 3:12
22. Original Of The Species 4:35
23. All I Want Is You 6:48

My Comments:
I downsampled to 44.100 Hz because if you want to record Wave files on a CD, then you should select 44100 Hz / 16 bits, since that's the expected sample rate for Audio CD. 

The concert was broadcasted live on radio and also videoed. As in Santiago, Mothers Of The Disappeared is solely performed by Bono and The Edge, with Edge playing the song on a charango. This is the last time the song has been played live.

The DVDR I used to make this torrent is the master copy of the complete concert, without logos. DVD quality is much better than "Hola Porteños! DVD. An absolutely must have for any U2 fan. I can't seed the video (4.36 GB) because of my slow upload speed (30 kB/s). I'm sorry.

Songs from 9 U2 albums have been played during this show:
- Achtung Baby (5 songs)
- How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb (5 songs)
- The Joshua Tree (5 songs)
- All That You Can't Leave Behind (2 songs)
- War (2 song)
- Non-album songs: Original Soundtracks No. 1 (1 song)
- Rattle And Hum (1 song)
- The Unforgettable Fire (1 song)
- Zooropa (1 song)

Zoo Station appears on the 2007 CD-Single "Window In The Skies"
Zoo Station (4:34) : Live from River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 2, 2006. 

The Ramones - 1979-10-13 - Evanston, IL (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

The Ramones 
"Rock and Roll College" bootleg 
Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University 
Evanston, Illinois 
October 13, 1979 

Probable SBD recording (possible FM) 

This is a top-notch, "must" show for Ramones fans and people who want to become Ramones fans. 

direwolf-pgh listed the lineage as follows: 
Taken from Original Silver Boot > WAV > SHN 

The only problem I had with this show was that the tracking job (from the original boot, I suppose) was absolutely dreadful. Everyone who knows anything about the Ramones realizes that most of their songs start with Dee Dee shouting his trademark "One-two-three-faw!!!" count-off. Well, in the version I downloaded from The Traders Den, most of the 1-2-3-4's were placed at the END of the preceding track instead of in their rightful place at the beginning of each song/track. And worse yet, some of Dee Dee's signature count-offs were split--part at the end of a track and part at the beginning of the next track. And lastly, some of Joey's brief song introductions were buried at the ends of tracks instead of the beginning of the respective tracks. 

That said, I decided to take a couple of hours to re-track this entire show in Nero's WAV editor before converting the WAV files to FLACs via FLAC Frontend. My wife thinks I'm absolutely nuts to bother doing this (regarding the 1-2-3-4's: "they're only numbers, NOT the songs"), but I think there's enough of you Ramones purists out there who demand a decent tracking of this show without having to suffer the butcher job from the original boot. 

Therefore, the revised lineage: 
Silver > WAV > SHN > mkw shn tool > WAV > Nero WAV editor (for re-tracking and slight fade adjustments) > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > you! 

01. Intro 
02. Blitzkrieg Bop 
03. Teenage Lobotomy 
04. Rockaway Beach 
05. I Don't Want You 
06. Go Mental 
07. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment 
08. Rock N Roll High School 
09. I Wanna Be Sedated 
10. I Just Want To Have Something To Do 
11. She's The One 
12. I'm Against It 
13. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker 
14. Havana Affair 
15. Commando 
16. Needles And Pins 
17. I'm Affected 
18. I Want You Around 
19. Surfin' Bird 
20. Cretin Hop 
21. All The Way 
22. California Sun 
23. I Don't Want To Walk Around With You 
24. Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World 
25. Pinhead 
26. Do You Wanna Dance 
27. Suzy Is A Headbanger 
28. Let's Dance 
29. Chinese Rocks 
30. Judy Is A Punk 
31. We're A Happy Family 

Notes: 
Track 24: Right channel cuts out at 1:30 for a fraction of a second 
Track 25: Right channel cuts out between 0:12 and 0:16 

The Ramones - 1977-11-14 - Acres Utica, NY (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

SOURCE:
FM, VINYL

LINEAGE:
Vinyl > Sharp Optonica RP-2626 > Ortofon OMB 20 > selfmade pre-amp > SBLive! > HD > WAV > normalized to 98%, than track splitting > CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC Frontend, level 8 [Vinyl was unplayed, rip in 2001]

01 Rockaway Beach
02 Teenage Lobotomy
03 Blitzkrieg Bop
04 I Remember You
05 Glad To See You Go
06 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
07 You're Gonna Kill That Girl
08 53rd & 3rd
09 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
10 I Can't Give You Anything
11 Let's Dance
12 Here Today Gone Tomorrow
13 Surfin' Bird
14 Cretin Hop
15 Listen To My Heart
16 California Sun
17 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
18 Pinhead

notes
A verry good rough (but not too rough) sounding Ramones bootleg, also known as "eaten alive Vol.1". It sounds like the Ramones always should be in live recordings... Quality 9/10 The source is vinyl, but believe me, no scatches or other noise will remember you that this is vinyl. It sounds like a good tape!

Ramones - 1981-01-08 - Hartford, CT (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

01 Intro
02 Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
03 Do You Wanna Dance?
04 Blitzkrieg Bop
05 I Can't Make It On Time
06 Go Mental
07 Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
08 Rock 'N' Roll High School
09 I Wanna Be Sedated
10 Beat On The Brat
11 Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue
12 I Just Want To Have Something To Do
13 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
14 You Sound Like You're Sick
15 Commando
16 Here Today Gone Tomorrow
17 I'm Affected
18 Rockaway Beach
19 Teenage Lobotomy
20 Surfin' Bird
21 Cretin Hop
22 Oh Oh I Love Her So
23 California Sun
24 Today Your Love Tomorrow The World
25 Pinhead

26 Chinese Rock
27 Suzy Is A Headbanger
28 Lets Dance

29 The KKK Took My Baby Away
30 I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You
31 We're A Happy Family

32 Judy Is A Punk
33 Carbona Not Glue

Notes:
One of the greatest Ramones shows I've listened to. Entire show from one of their best years IMHO, and very good sound. 

Louis Armstrong - 1955-12-23 - Barcelona, ES (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

The Windsor Palace 

lineage
UNK SBD Source>CDR>EAC>Encoded by FLAC v1.1.2a with FLAC Frontend v1.7.1 level 8

Set 1 
1. When It.s Sleepy Time Down South ' Opening Theme
2. (Back Home Again In) Indiana
3. Basin Street Blues
4. Tin Roof Blues
5. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
6. All The Things You Are
7. Dardanella
8. The Gipsy
9. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
10. How High The Moon
11. Undecided
12. Velma's Blues
13. Ko Ko Me
14. Mop Mop
15. When It's Sleepy Time Down South

Set 2 
1. When It's Sleepy Time Down South
2. When The Saints Go Marching In
3. Black And Blue
4. Ole Miss
5. All Of Me
6. Saint Louis Blues
7. Struttin? With Some Barbecue
8. Some Day
9. Perdido
10. Sweet Georgia Brown
11. Margie
12. That's My Desire
13. C'est Si Bon
14. La Vie En Rose
15. Royal Garden Blues
16. When It's Sleepy Time Down South - Finale

Louis Armstrong was scheduled for four concerts in a two-day period (December 22-23, 1955) in Barcelona, Spain, but, due to travel difficulties, at the last minute it was changed to three concerts in a single day. The performances made a strong impression upon the audiences who had never had Satch in their country before. For decades there were rumors that tapes had been made of the concerts, but it was not until producer Jordi Pujol accidentally ran across a collector who had the tapes in 1997 that the music was permanently saved. The resulting two-CD set has 27 selections from the day (plus two opening and closing versions of "When It's Sleepy Time Down South"). The music is surprisingly well recorded and, although Armstrong and his All-Stars (trombonist Trummy Young, clarinetist Edmond Hall, pianist Billy Kyle, bassist Arvell Shaw, drummer Barrett Deems, and singer Velma Middleton) run through their usual tunes of the period, they seem quite inspired by the cheering crowds. Another reason why this release is rated higher than normal is the superb packaging which contains an illustrated booklet full of photos (and text in both English and Spanish), plus a duplicate of the concert program given out to the audience. 

sabato 29 giugno 2019

The Rolling Stones - 2002-09-16 - Chicago, IL (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Rolling Stones (w/Bono and Doctor John)
Aragon Ballroom
Chicago, IL
September 16, 2002

Lineage:
Mastering: CSB => Master DAT
Transfer: Sony DAT 60ES => CDR => EAC => Audigy Audio Cleaning Lab => CDR =>
EAC => FLAC

Track Listing:

Disc 1:
(1) Introduction (0:37)
(2) Start Me Up (4:28)
(3) Live With Me (5:10)
(4) Rocks Off (5:28)
(5) Hand of Fate (5:10)
(6) Torn and Frayed (5:43)
(7) Worried About You (6:45)
(8) Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (5:38)
(9) Walk and Don't Look Back (5:28)
(10) Dance Pt. 2 (6:39)
(11) Bitch (4:33)
(12) Band Introductions (2:16)

Total time: 57:22

Disc 2:
(1) Slipping Away (6:01)
(2) Happy (4:03)
(3) It's Only Rock and Roll (6:48) *
(4) I Just Want To Make Love To You (4:54) **
(5) Honky Tonk Women (4:38)
(6) Rip This Joint (3:18)
(7) Can't You Hear Me Knocking (9:36)
(8) Jumping Jack Flash (4:14)
(9) Brown Sugar (5:22)
(10) Tumbling Dice (4:41)

Total time: 53:41

* w/Bono (U2), vocals
** w/Dr. John, vocals

Comments:
For those who don't recall, on the Stones' "40 Licks" tour in 2002-03 they took the unique approach of playing multiple venues of varying sizes in selected cities. The largest cities in each country would typically get performances in a stadium (where they would play their greatest-hits set), an arena (which would feature primarily "hits" with a handful of deep tracks), and a club or small theater. The latter were the most fun of the tour, because the Stones essentially picked a setlist to entertain themselves -- these shows often featured guests and unique performances of rarely-played songs.

My favorites of the 2002-03 club shows were Stockholm and Chicago; and the nod may go to the latter. This show has a great setlist, first-ever performances of songs, special guests, and an inspired performance. If you are a Stones fan and don't have this recording, this is a must-have.

There are at least 2 other common sources of this show, but I like this one best. A friend recorded this with CSB mikes about 25 feet back on the right side, and the sound was perfect. The crowd noise is minimal (except when Bono came onstage unexpectedly).

One wart: After EQ'ing, breaking tracks, burning it, and deleting the originals, I found one spot of brief diginoise -- during the break between "Start Me Up" and "Live With Me" (tracks 2 and 3 on disc 1). Since there weren't any other problems and the diginoise didn't interfere with anything, I left it alone.

The Rolling Stones - 1998-09-19 - Istanbul, Turkey (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC) 

Wild Turkey 
Ali Sami Yen Stadium 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Saturday September 19, 1998 

Original VGP CD -> FLAC (EAC) -> You 

The Rolling Stones 
Mick Jagger – lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion, keyboards 
Keith Richards – guitar, vocals 
Ronnie Wood – guitar, backing vocals, keyboards 
Charlie Watts – drums 

Additional musicians 
Darryl Jones – bass, backing vocals 
Chuck Leavell – keyboards, backing vocals 
Bobby Keys – saxophone 
Andy Snitzer – saxophone, keyboards 
Michael Davis – trombone 
Kent Smith – trumpet 
Lisa Fischer – backing vocals 
Bernard Fowler – backing vocals, percussion 
Blondie Chaplin – backing vocals, percussion, guitar, keyboards 
Pierre de Beauport – keyboards on "Thief In The Night"

01. Satisfaction 
02. Gimme Shelter 
03. Paint It Black 
04. Saint Of Me 
05. Miss You 
06. Thief In The Night (Keith Richards on vocal) 
07. Like A Rolling Stone 
08. Sympathy For The Devil 
09. Honky Tonk Women 
10. Start Me Up 
11. Jumping Jack Flash 
12. Brown Sugar 

The Rolling Stones played only once in Istanbul, Turkey. This is not complete gig.

Bruce Springsteen - 1995-04-05 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)





(Soundboard FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 

Title: Sony Studios, April 5th 1995 
Label: E. St. Records 
Format: 2 CD 
Catalog #: ES 27-28 
Source: Soundboard 
Date: 5th April 1995 
Location: Sony Studios, New York City, NY 

Transfer/Trade and Generation Info: My Original Silvers > EAC (secure) > FLAC 

Disc 1: (70:58) 
01 Intro (1:33) 
02 Secret Garden (5:27) 
03 Blood Brothers (6:09) 
04 Bruce Tells A Joke (1:11) 
05 This Hard Land (6:38) 
06 I'm Turning Into Elvis (0:59) 
07 Murder Incorporated (5:31) 
08 Prove It All Night (6:51) 
09 I'm Turning Into Elvis (0:58) 
10 Two Hearts (3:39) 
11 Intro (1:00) 
12 I'm Turning Into Elvis (1:02) 
13 Blood Brothers (6:34) 
14 This Hard Land (6:40) 
15 Murder Incorporated (6:59) 
16 Streets Of Philadelphia (4:35) 
17 Darkness On The Edge Of Town (5:12) 

Disc 2: (76:06) 
01 Crowd Requests (1:21) 
02 Bobby Jean (7:03) 
03 She's The One (4:54) 
04 Badlands (4:42) 
05 Cadillac Ranch (6:36) 
06 Two Hearts (4:02) 
07 Thunder Road (7:01) 
08 Never Be Enough Time (7:01) 
09 Murder Incorporated (5:33) 
10 Light Of Day (7:56) 
11 Brown Eyed Girl (5:50) 
12 Down The Road Apiece (6:22) 
13 Rebel Music (7:45) 

Time: 147:04 

Notes: 
Track 208-213 Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ 10/17/95 w/ Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers