venerdì 31 luglio 2020

The Kinks - 1985-09-05 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

The Kinks
Blossom Music Center
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
September 5, 1985
source: soundboard
transfer: markp

DISC ONE
01 You Really Got Me (tease) > Do It Again
02 State Of Confusion
03 Better Things
04 The Hard Way
05 Don't Forget To Dance
06 Lola (tease) > Come Dancing
07 Return To Waterloo
08 Catch Me Now I'm Falling
09 Missing Persons
10 Destroyer

DISC TWO
01 Superman > Shakin All Over > Superman
02 Brother
03 Guilty
04 Gallon Of Gas
05 O-h-i-o
06 Lola
07 All Day and All Of the Night
08 Gotta Move
09 Low Budget

Carl Palmer - 2014-05-03 - Tel Aviv, Israel (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

ELP Legacy Tour

Reading 3 Club

*Complete Show*

Source:
88FM Radio Broadcast

Lineage:
FM -> Zoom H1 -> WAV (16bit/44.1khz) -> PC -> Audacity -> TLH -> FLAC

Rating:
VG (read the notes below)

Catalog:
ANDY-031

Paul Bielatowicz - guitars
Simon Fitzpatrick - bass
Carl Palmer - drums

01. Radio DJs Talk
02. Ride of the Valkyries
03. Welcome Back
04. Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
05. Carl Talks
06. Knife Edge
07. Mars, the Bringer of War
08. 21st Century Schizoid Man
09. Carl Introduces Paul
10. Claire de Lune (Guitar Solo)
11. Carl Introduces "Trilogy"
12. Trilogy
13. Bohemian Rhapsody (Bass Solo)
14. Carl Introduces "America"
15. America
16. Carmina Burana
17. Calr Introduces "Pictures at an Exhibition"
18. Pictures at an Exhibition
19. Carl Thanks the Crowd
20. Fanfare for the Common Man
21. Drum Solo
22. Fanfare for the Common Man (conclusion)

Encore:
23. Carl Thanks the Crowd
24. Hoedown

Length: 1:53:40

Editing:
Normalizaed to 0.0 db
Balanced channels (20% Left)
Added fade in/out
Tracked
Fixed SBEs, Flac'd, tested and created checksums.

Notes:
The first ever concert of Carl Palmer's band in Israel. DJ talks during the intro to Ride of the Valkyries. Also there's a very short moment of silence at the end of the track, looks like somebody on the controls pressed mute(?) Carl's introduction to the guitar solo is also damaged by both mic problems in the club and broadcasting issues. During Paul's guitar solo the left channel misteriously goes off and returns at the end. In the middle of Simon's bass solo the DJ shows some typical Israeli chutzpah and breaks in to tell us it's Bohemian Rhapsody. (Seriously man!) Don't worry he breaks in yet again during "Pictures". The hiss is sometimes a bit stronger, but it's noticed mostly during quiet parts. All in all the performance is truly remarkable and the setlist very interesting (in my opinion).

Bonnie Raitt - 1977-04-23 - New Orleans, LA (pre-FM/FLAC)




(pre-FM FLAC)

Bonnie Raitt
Jazz & Heritage Festival
Fair Grounds And Racetrack
New Orleans, LA
April 23, 1977
JEMS Archive

JEMS 2015 Transfer: Pre-FM 15 IPS Reel > Ampex 440B > 24/96 .wav capture > iZotope RX5 and Ozone 5 mastering > iZotope MBIT+ convert to 16/44 > Peak Pro XT (edit / index) > xACT 2.37 > FLAC

01 Walk Out The Front Door
02 Good Enough
03 Nothing Seems To Matter
04 Love Me Like A Man
05 Kokomo Blues
06 Give It Up Or Let Me Go
07 You Got To Know How
08 About To Make Me Leave Home
09 Sugar Mama
10 Three Time Loser
11 What Do You Want The Boy To Do

Known Faults:
-Missing first song “Under The Falling Sky”

Here’s a truly outstanding item from the JEMS archive: a nearly flawless 55-minute, unedited pre-FM stereo capture of Bonnie Raitt playing the venerable New Orleans Jazz Fest in 1977. It’s a spirited festival set featuring rare tracks, plenty of sassy Bonnie banter and a guest appearance by Allen Toussiant.

It was transferred from a vintage 10” reel that came from a radio station archive. I don’t know definitively this was ever broadcast as there seem to be no off-air recordings of the show in circulation (though my understanding is that the festival was broadcast in this era with much of it appearing on the exceptional, sadly missed, NPR series ‘Jazz Alive’). But the mix is clearly meant for broadcast, as, unlike a true soundboard, the audience is mixed in between tracks. Samples provided.

There is a circulating audience recording available of Bonnie’s set taped by legendary southeast taper ‘Freezer’ best known for his 1970’s Southeastern United States audience captures of many of the biggest bands of the era. The available audience tape indicates the Pre-FM capture is missing the first song, we assume the reel was not ready or was damaged at the start. We pick up the set before the second song begins.

Rod Stewart - 1983-06-18 - Glasgow, Scotland (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rod Stewart - June 18, 1983 Glasgow Scotland
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow Scotland
June 18, 1983

lineage
FM Broadcast (unknown hardware) -> CD-R (unknown generation) -> Exact Audio Copy -> Trader's Little Helper (FLAC level 8) -> MakeTorrent v2.1

01 Tonight I'm Yours
02 Sweet Little Rock 'n Roller
03 Dancin' Alone
04 Tonight's The Night
05 Passion
06 She Won't Dance With Me/Little Queenie
07 Sweet Surrender
08 I Don't Want To Talk About It
09 You're In My Heart
10 Maggie May
11 Sailing

Tom Waits - 1977-10-05 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC) Late Show

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Tom Waits 
October 5, 1977 Late Show 
The Paradise Theatre, Boston, MA 

Source: 
WBCN FM Simulcast -> Alan Bershaw’s Reel Master @ 3.75ips 

Transfer: 
Reel Master @ 3.75ips played back on original TEAC A-4010S recording deck (on January 5, 2012) -> Lexicon Lambda-> Logic (track indexing only, no processing whatsoever)-> 16/44.1 AIFF -> CD 

Tom Waits: vocals, piano, guitar 
Frank Vicari: tenor sax 
Chip White: drums, vibes, percussion 

01 WBCN intro 00:27 
02 Standing On The Corner 05:49 
03 Muriel 03:56 
04 Invitation To The Blues 03:18 
05 Eggs And Sausage 04:54 
06 Pasties And A G String 06:31 
07 I Never Talk To Strangers 03:25 
08 Fumblin' With The Blues 02:38 
09 The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) 03:57 
10 Small Change 07:29 
11 I Can't Wait To Get Off Work 03:26 
12 Bad Liver and A Broken Heart 04:49 
13 Step Right Up 05:58 
14 San Diego Serenade 05:04 
15 encore 1 cheering (w/DJ banter) 01:21 
16 A Sight For Sore Eyes 04:56 
17 encore 2 cheering (w/DJ banter) 01:55 
18 Big Joe And Phantom 309 06:12 
19 WBCN outro 00:46

Note: 
Upright bass player on this tour, Danny Mann, is absent. This is an unusual trio configuration for the entire performance. Virtually flawless open reel master of the entire WBCN simulcast.

The Clash - 1980-06-14 - Rettel, FR (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Clash
"Rettel Festival"
Rettel, France
June 14, 1980

“FM” (precise lineage unknown)

01. London Calling
02. The Guns Of Brixton
03. Train In Vain
04. White Man In Hammersmith Palais
05, Somebody Got Murdered
06. I Fought The Law
07. Jail Guitar Doors
08. Clampdown

Rick Danko, Jonas Fjeld, Eric Andersen - 1994-12-02 - Sesto Calende, IT (SBD/FLAC)





(Soundboard FLAC)

'Only A Hobo' Festival, Sala Marna, Sesto Calende (VA), Italy
** SOUNDBOARD, MWM 0073 **
>> !SIMPLY A MUST HAVE! - FROM 2nd GEN. CASSETTE - AZIMUTH ALIGNED <<

Eric Andersen - lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, harmonica
Rick Danko - lead vocals, backing vocals, bass, acoustic guitar
Jonas Fjeld - lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitars, percussion 

01. intro by italian promoter Paolo 1:27
02. intro by Eric 1:01
03. Baby, I'm Lonesome & 4:06
04. Lie With Me & 4:56
05. Driftin' Away <Andersen/Danko> $ 5:22
06. ...Jonas about immigrants... 0:35
07. When Moring Comes To America <Fjeld/Sherraden> 3:27
08. ...a song about Frank and Jesse James... 1:16
09. One More Shot <Paul Kennerly> $ * 4:24
10. Twilight <J. Robbie Robertson> $ # 0:40
11. ...most beautiful songs ever written... 1:03
12. Thirsty Boots $ & 6:07
13. ...waltzing mathilda-snippet... 1:02
14. Mary I'm Comin' Back Home & 3:25
15. intro to Ridin'/tuning 1:32
16. Ridin' On The Blinds <Fjeld/Andersen/Danko> & 3:33
17. ...somebody asked for this song... 0:34
18. Blue River $ 5:06

encore : +
19. Angels In The Snow (Engler I Sneen) <Fjeld/Paus/Andersen> 4:52
20. ...thank you, Italy... 0:25

total time: 54:53 mins

Marks:
* tape flip during applause, after the song
# fragmentary, just the end...
$ Eric on piano
& with harmonica
+ applause muted and therefore OMITTED

Notes
This recording here comes directly from the "Men With Microphones" archive. "MWM" started in the 70ies in South Germany with analog recording equipment, and at least two of them are still recording sometimes (since the 90ies on DAT, and, lazy as we are, since lately with small, handheld WAV-recorders on SD-cards). The "MWM" startet as a project of friends sharing their hobbies together.

Lynyrd Skynyrd - 2011-12-08 - Las Vegas, NV (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Live from the Grand opening of BBQ & Beer
Excalibur Hotel & Casino 

Lineage: SBD > XM radio > Roland R-09 recorder > Magix Audio
Cleaning Lab > WAV > FLAC

Audio Quality: B+

01. Workin` For MCA
02. I Ain`t The One
03. Skynyrd Nation
04. What`s Your Name
05. Down South Jukin`
06. I Know A Little
07. Simple Man
08. Gimme Three Steps
09. Call Me The Breeze
10. Sweet Home Alabama
11. Free Bird

Guns N' Roses - 2017-07-15 - Tel Aviv, Israel (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Guns N' Roses 
Not In This Lifetime Tour (European Leg) 
15 July, 2017 
Yarkon Park 
Tel Aviv, Israel 

Source: Audience (Master Recording) 

Location: GA, close to the PA system 

Lineage: Sony ECM-719 -> Zoom H1 -> WAV (16bit, 44.1 kHz) -> PC -> Audacity -> TLH -> FLAC 

Catalog: ANDY-054 


Axl Rose (vocals, piano) 
Slash (lead guitar) 
Duff McKagan (bass, backing vocals) 
Richard Fortus (guitar, backing vocals) 
Dizzy Reed (keyboards, piano, backing vocals) 
Melissa Reese (keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals, percussion) 
Frank Ferrer (drums, percussion) 

01. Looney Tunes Theme (Intro #1) 
02. The Equalizer Theme (Intro #2) 
03. It's So Easy 
04. Mr. Brownstone 
05. Chinese Democracy 
06. Welcome to the Jungle 
07. Double Talkin' Jive 
08. Better 
09. Estranged 
10. Live and Let Die (Wings song) 
11. Rocket Queen 
12. Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC song) 
13. You Could Be Mine 
14. Attitude (Misfits song) 
15. This I Love 
16. Civil War 
17. Yesterdays 
18. Coma 
19. band introduction 
20. Slash Guitar Solo > Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from The Godfather) 
21. Sweet Child O' Mine 
22. Used to Love Her 
23. My Michelle 
24. Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd song) 
25. Axl Piano Solo (snippet from Layla) 
26. November Rain 
27. Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden song) 
28. Only Women Bleed (snippet) > Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan) 
29. Nightrain 
30. encore break 
31. Sorry 
32. Don't Cry 
33. The Seeker (The Who song) 
34. Paradise City 
35. crowd noise 
36. Axl thanks the crowd 
37. outro 

Length: 3:06:21 

Editing: 
Normalization (max amplitude 0.0 dB) 
Added fade out 
Tracked 
Fixed SBEs, Flac'd, tested and created checksums. 

Notes: 
The third GN'R concert in Israel (again at the same location). 
This time the band made a triumphant return with 2 original members, Slash and Duff. 
According to media reports, it was one of the largest ever stages built for a concert in the country. 
The concert was sold-out and gathered a record audience of some 62000 people. 
The band started to play at 8 PM sharp and took only short breaks, during their extensive set. 
Despite the heat and rivers of sweat, they delivered a memorable performance. 
Also, there were some cool fireworks and video-art from start to finish. 
Despite the usual crowd noise, I was able to get a pretty good capture. 
Nevertheless you'll hear a lot of noise, so be careful when you listen to this with headphones. 

giovedì 30 luglio 2020

Rush - 1994-05-07 - Toronto, ON (SBD/SHN)




(Soundboard SHN)

RUSH
"Animated - Remaster"
Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
May 7, 1994

Recording: Soundboard
Source: "Animated" boot. Silver pressed CD > EAC V0.95 prebeta 4 (secure) > CoolEditPro 1.2a > CDWav > SHN (mkwAct)

Disc One: 61:20
01. Intro/Dreamline 6:46
02. The Spirit Of Radio 4:53
03. The Analog Kid 5:17
04. Cold Fire 5:23
05. Time Stand Still 5:52
06. Nobody's Hero 5:09
07. Roll The Bones 6:02
08. Animate 7:14
09. Stick It Out 5:17
10. Double Agent 4:55
11. Limelight 4:27

Disc Two: 57:48
01. Bravado 6:29
02. Mystic Rhythms 5:55
03. Closer To The Heart 5:38
04. Show Don't Tell 5:25
05. Leave That Thing Alone 5:58
06. The Rhythm Method 7:18
07. The Trees 5:17
08. Xanadu 6:31
09. Hemispheres: Prelude 4:14
10. Tom Sawyer 4:58

Jeff Beck - 1999-05-29 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Jeff Beck 
Zepp Osaka 
Osaka Japan 
May-29-1999 
Dat Master Clone 2 
From The Krw_Co Collection 

Lineage 
Audience Dat Master Clone 2 To Cdr Cloned With Fiber Optic Cable Krw Transfer To Eac To Tlh Flac Level 8 

NO EQ OR OTHER TAMPERING 

Jeff Beck Guitar 
Jennifer Batten Guitar Midi Guitar 
Randy Hope-Taylor Bass 
Steve Alexander Drums 

Cd1
01 What Mam Says 
02 Psycho Sam 
03 Brush With The Blues 
04 Star Cycle 
05 Savoy 
06 Blast From The East 
07 A Day In Life 
08 Declan 
09 Thx 138 
10 The Pump 

Cd2
01 Led Boots/Drum Solo 
02 Cause We'Ve Ended As Lovers 
03 Space For The Papa 
04 Angel (Footsteps) 
05 Even Odds 
06 You Never Know 
07 Blue Wind 
08 Where Were You 
09 Big Block

Ozzy Osbourne - 1982-01-15 - Bloomington, MN (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Ozzy Osbourne
Met Center
Bloomington, Minnesota
USA
January 15, 1982

Rating: A (SB)

Lineage
Unknown tape -> CD-R -> Express Rip CD Ripper -> .wav -Trader's Little Helper -> FLAC

01. Over the Mountain
02. Mr. Crowley
03. Crazy Train
04. Revelation (Mother Earth)
05. Steal Away (The Night)
06. Suicide Solution
07. Guitar Solo / Drum Solo
08. Drum solo (cont) / Goodbye to Romance
09. Believer
10. Flying High Again
11. Iron Man
12. Children of the Grave
13. Paranoid
14. Randy Rhoads death reports*

(Tracks missing from recording are "I Don't Know" & "No Bone Movies.")

A solid sounding soundboard from the Diary tour.

mercoledì 29 luglio 2020

Fleetwood Mac - The Complete Warehouse Tapes 1970 (VAR/FLAC)


(Various FLAC)

Fleetwood Mac - The Complete Warehouse Tapes 1970 [Prof. Stoned 2020]


Part I: 30 January 1970
01. Intro
02. Before the Beginning
03. It Takes Time
04. Like it this Way
05. Only You
06. Madison Blues
07. Oh Baby
08. Albatross
09. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)
10. World in Harmony
11. Stranger Blues

Time: 00:53:57

All Tracks are Stereo

********

Part II: 31 January 1970
01. Sandy Mary
02. I Gotta Mind To Give Up Living
03. Only You
04. World In Harmony
05. Stranger Blues
06. I Can't Hold Out
07. Oh Well
08. Rattlesnake Shake {sequels into 'Searching for Madge' & 'Underway', cuts out/in near the end}
09. Coming Your Way {cuts out halfway}

Time: 01:02:39

All Tracks are Stereo

********

Part III: 1 February 1970
01. Like It This Way {cuts in near the end}
02. I Gotta Move
03. Madison Blues
04. Albatross
05. Doctor Brown
06. Talk With You
07. The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)
08. Coming Your Way {patched together from 2 audio sources}
09. Tiger
10. Twist and Shout
11. Sandy Mary

Time: 01:03:52

All Tracks are Mono

Recorded live at "A Warehouse", New Orleans, LA on 30 & 31 January & 1 February 1970
Recording to 2-track by Owsley Stanley
Remastered by PS

v1.0: 28-7-2020
v1.1: 28-7-2020 (couple more clicks removed, couple dropouts that I missed fixed)

Source:
- Master Reel > Cassette 1# > DAT > CDR > EAC > FLAC (Part I+II, Part III: Tr 08-10)
- Master Reel > ? > Var. 320kbps (Part III except Tr 09-10)

Note:
Fleetwood Mac was part of a triple bill: The Flock, Fleetwood Mac and The Grateful Dead on 1/30/70 and 1/31/70. The Dead famously got busted by the New Orleans cops in the night of February 1, while Fleetwood Mac narrowly escaped by getting lost on the way to the hotel (although they were probably not the target anyway). The Grateful Dead members (minus two) and hanger-on’s were released after a couple hours jailtime, but not before having to pay a huge amount of bail money. So, the next day, a benefit concert was organized at the Warehouse and Fleetwood Mac agreed to open for the Dead once more, since they had a day off. The concert attracted a pretty large crowd through sheer word-of-mouth.

Supposedly, the drinking water was spiked with LSD by the Dead's notorious soundman/guru on all three occasions. If Peter Green drank of it, this would certainly have been noticeable on the first set as his speeches are unhinged and lacking coherence. He sounds more together on the 2nd set, even though his announcement to 'I Gotta Mind To Give Up Living' is sort of disturbing. His mood seems best during the third set. Green's playing and singing, however, is first-class throughout as always.  

Much has been written about Peter Green's rise and especially his demise. As sad as his passing is, to me the artist Peter Green died about 50 years ago. The personal trauma he suffered that eventually led to his departure from FM in May 1970 was not something that started overnight. The initial signs of a mental breakdown already came in 1968, when he first encountered LSD in the States (again, courtesy of Owsley) and began to feel the pressures of the industry when the group had a surprise hit with 'Albatross', both of which he did not respond particularly well to. However, as erratic as his behavior became, the music just got better and better. The group's third album 'Then Play on' (Sept. 1969) was a commercial and artistic success and by being one of the first bands with the asset of having two master lead guitarists, Fleetwood Mac were an unbeatable force as a live-act.

This document captures the group at the height of their powers and it has the added benefit of the band not being under any "recording stress", unlike the Boston shows from a couple days later. The late Grateful Dead's archivist Dick Latvala was responsible for leaking the first two sets to the public in the 90s. On cassette, but still a holy grail by all bootleg standards and reportedly Owsley was really pissed off about it. The third set comes mostly from Wolfgang's vault and circulates only as a lossy source (please correct me if I'm wrong). It has lesser fidelity than set 1+2, but the band is smoking and it's easily the most energetic performance.

For those wondering why 'Coming Your Way' on set 2 cuts after three and a half minutes; I discovered that the second part of this song, which is tacked-on on all Warehouse bootlegs, does NOT BELONG there. That second part comes from the version played on 1 February, so that's where I put it. Same goes for 'Tiger' and 'Twist and Shout'; these songs are from 1 February and not one day earlier as commonly believed. I suspect Latvala put those three bits there on the tape he sent out.

The source material here may not be able to compete with a multi-track recording and there are various tape flaws, but it really is a jewel for the greatest part. I'm not sure if any of this is ever gonna come out on an official release from the mastertapes but if not, this compilation might be an acceptable alternative. It's still a bootleg but about as good as they get.

So here it is; for the first time all three sets together in correct order and everything newly remastered for an optimal listening experience.

PS (July 2020)

P.S.: Peter Green is a musical hero of mine, especially as a young adult his music resonated with me like nothing else. He had the best guitar tone ever, and played with the utmost intensity. I hope his soul has found peace.

P.P.S.: Avoid the Before The Beginning 3CD set (2019) on Columbia; it is a grab-bag of whatever bootleg stuff they could find with atrocious mastering and fake applause. It's so bad, it could have been one those expired copyright releases.

********

Excerpt from an interview from 2014 with Sandra Elsdon, Peter's Girlfriend from 1967 to 1971:

"I first met Peter Green at a club called the Cromwellian, where I also first saw Hendrix play. Peter wrote ‘Black Magic Woman’ about me (his nickname for me was Magic Mamma) as well as ‘Sandy Mary’ and ‘Long Grey Mare’. For me, it was the deepest and most soulful relationship of my youth. He was a very dedicated, brilliant, soulful musician, and a very kind and humble man. But he had some pretty deep issues.

I think he’d suffered a lot as a child. He once opened up to me about the pain of the discrimination and bullying he’d suffered as a Jewish boy living in the East End. I think he drew heavily on that pain in his music. He was a sensitive soul, and shouldn’t have messed around with mind-altering drugs. That’s what really activated his psychosis. I remember, when he came home from Fleetwood Mac’s first US tour, how the drugs were starting to have a bad effect on him. I begged him not to experiment more."

Reo Speedwagon - 1984-12-31 - Indianapolis, IN (pre-FM/FLAC)


(pre-FM FLAC)

Market SQ. Arena 

Vinyl Transfer (All Commericals Edited Out) 

lineage
Ion ITTUSB Turntable > Audacity > Magic Audio Cleaning Lab > Flac (TLH Level 8) 

Gary Richrath - Guitar 
Kevin Cronin - Vocals 
Neil Doughty - Keyboards 
Alan Gratzer - Drums 
Bruce Hall - Bass 

01. Westwood One Opening 
02. Reo Intro 
03. Don't Let Him Go 
04. Tough Guys 
05. Kevin Introduces Song 
06. Can't Fight This Feeling 
07. Thru The Window 
08. I Do Wanna Know 
09. Take It On The Run 
10. Gotta Feel More 
11. Back On The Road Again 
*****12. Keep On Loving You***** 
13. Keep Pushin' 
14. Roll With The Changes (Full Version) 
15. Ridin' The Storm Out 
16. Time For Me To Fly 
17. Westwood One Outro 
18. Westwood One In Concert Radio Promo 

*****Track 12. "Keep On Loving You" Omited per dime policy. This appears on: 
Setlist: The Very Best Of REO Speedwagon Live (Epic/Legacy 88697 79617 2) 

Iggy Pop - 1986-12-12 - Zurich, CH (FM/FLAC)




(FM Broadcast FLAC)

Iggy Pop
December 12th, 1986
Volkshaus Zurich, Switzerland
Title: Real Wild Child
Label: The Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-084-2

Lineage
TSST PC-internal DVD-drive>EAC>wav>TLH>FLAC(level 8)>TLH

CD1
01 I Got A Right 3:27
02 Gimme Danger 3:27
03 Some Weird Sin 3:33
04 Real Wild Child 3:31
05 Sister Midnight 4:50
06 Blah-Blah-Blah 4:53
07 Nightclubbing 4:17
08 Fire Girl 3:11
09 5 Foot 1 3:55
10 Shades 6:14
11 Loose 3:18

CD2
01 T.V. Eye 5:01
02 Down On The Street 4:06
03 China Girl 5:22
04 The Passenger 5:06
05 Winners & Losers 6:32
06 Lust For Life 5:22
07 Raw Power 3:40
08 Cry For Love 5:04
09 Search And Destroy 3:50

Chicago - 1972-06-08 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Budokan Hall

Lineage : 
Cdr Trade -> EAC -> Traders' little helper (checksum & flac conversion (6)) 

Disc 1 
01. Band Intro 
02. Introduction 
03. Beginnings 
04. Mother 
05. State Of The Union 
06. Make Me Smile 
07. Lowdown 
08. Now More Than Ever 
09. Dialogue (Part 1 & Part 2) 
10. Fancy Colours 
11. Saturday In The Park 
12. A Song For Richard And His Friends 
13. Does Anybody Really Knows What Time It Is? 

Disc 2 
01. Questions 67 & 68 
02. 25 Or 6 To 4 
03. I'm A Man 
04. Free 

Bonus/Audience 
05. Now That You've Gone 
06. Lowdown 
07. Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon 
08. All Is Well 
09. A Hit By Varese 
10. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? (Free From Intro) 
11. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? 

VG soundboard recording (IMO) from the Chicago V tour, great setlist! To my knowledge, the show from the night before (6/7/72) is also available in trading circles. 

Eric Clapton - 1976-11-07 - Jacksonville, FL (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton
The Coliseum
Jacksonville, FL
November 7, 1976

“Soundboard > ? > CD-R > EAC > Flac frontend 6. Rating (scale 1-6) SBD 6.”

Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals 
George Terry - guitar, vocals 
Carl Radle - bass 
Dick Sims - keyboards 
Jamie Oldaker - drums 
Sergio Pastora Rodriguez - percussion 
Yvonne Elliman - backing vocals 
Marcy Levy - backing vocals

01. Sign Language 
02. Hello Old Friend 
03, Further On Up The Road 
04. All Our Past Times 
05. Double Trouble 
06. Tell The Truth 
07. Can't Find My Way Home 
08. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
09. Badge 
10. Keep Love On The Moon

Kansas - 1975-12-12 - Portland, OR (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Paramount Theater

Title:
"Crimson Skies Of Ice And Fire"

Lineage:
mixing desk > unknown analogue medium > CD > EAC > WAV > TLH > Flac

01 Song For America
02 Icarus - Borne On Wings Of Steel
03 Down The Road
04 Belexes
05 Drum Solo
06 Guitar Solo
07 Child Of Innocence
08 Bringing It Back (incl. Can I Tell You)

Notes:
Did you ever wonder just how often a die-hard Kansas fan (you know, the one that travels oceans just to see them perform in their hometown) happens to stumble upon a previously undocumented pristine soundboard recording from the early days of the band? A date that isn't even listed in the most elaborate of Kansas tour dates archives? Speaking for myself, I can count the occasions on two fingers... The last time it happened was the Villanova Field House show. No, wait... that was an FM, this is straight from the mixing desk. And it's even from the year prior to it: 1975, the early stages of the Masque tour! To my knowledge it never aired. Well, about the show... it's short. Way too short, if you'd ask me. Kansas (together with Ted Nugent) was opening for Aerosmith at the Paramount Theater in Portland this night. So we don't get Mysteries and Mayhem > The Pinnacle or Lonely Street. But you won't hear me complain, because what's more important is what we do get: a raw & fast-paced, hard rocking show in a quality that almost rivals an official release. Yes, that's right: rivals an official release.

Robin Trower - 1985-06-28 - Milwaukee, WI (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

WQFM Rock Stage
Summerfest

Lineage: 
WQFM live broadcast>Sansui TU 217 tuner>Nakamichi BX-100 recorder (Dolby off)>Maxell UDXL-I 90 min. (first 88 minutes) & TDK SA 90 (last 10 minutes)

Transfer: 
master tapes>Harmon Kardon TD 302 heads aligned to each tape side> CDRDA-RW>EAC>edited & tracked with wavepad>
flac level 8 and checksum creation with traderslittlehelper

Robin Trower - guitar
Dave Bronze - bass & vocals
Martin Clapson - drums

Disc 1
-44:10-
-Tape 1, side A-
01 -tuning & intro-  :46
02 Too Rolling Stoned  6:48
03 Into Money  4:20
04 Keeping A Secret  5:48
05 Day Of The Eagle>  4:23
06 Bridge Of Sighs  11:08
07 The Ring  5:18
08 Beyond The Mist  5:40

Disc 2
-53:56-
-Tape 1, side B-
01 -song intro-  :17
02 Daydream  13:07
03 The Last Time  5:58
04 Rock Me Baby  8:25
05 Lady Love  3:49
06 The Voice  5:23
07 Little Bit Of Sympathy*  6:28

Encore
Tape 2, side A
08 Time Is Short  5:16
09 Islands  5:10  

Led Zeppelin - 1973-03-22 - Essen, Germany (AUD/SBD/FLAC)




(audience with soundboard FLAC)

Grugahalle

EVSD "Gracias!" 

lineage
silver CD's > EAC wav > TLH flac 8 

CD1
01 Rock and roll 
02 Over the hills and far away 
03 bBlack dog 
04 Misty mountain hop 
05 Since I've been loving you 

CD2
01 Dancing days 
02 Bron-yr-aur stomp 
03 The song remains the same 
04 The rain song 
05 Dazed and confused-w/sb 

CD3
01 Stairway to heaven 
02 Whole lotta love-w/sb 
03 Heartbreaker 

Kansas - 1995-07-16 - Cadott, WI (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Kansas- Live at Rockfest, USA 1995-07-16 Pro-Shot DVD 
Recorded Live at Rockfest, in Cadott, Wisconsin, USA, during the Freaks of Nature tour. 
July 16th, 1995 
Pro-Shot 

Steve Walsh - Keyboards and Vocals 
David Ragsdale - Violins, guitars and Vocals 
Greg Robert - Keyboards and Vocals 
Billy Greer - Bass and Vocals 
Richard Williams - Guitars 
Phil Ehart - Drums 

01. Portrait (He knew) 
02. Song for America 
03. Hope once again 
04. Black Fathom4 
05. Journey from Mariabrown 
06. Lamplight Symphony 
07. The wall 
08. Dust in the wind 
09. Under the knife 
10. Desperate times 
11. Miracles out of nowhere 
12. Carry on wayward son 
13. Fight fire with fire 
14. Play the game tonight 
15. Point of know return 





martedì 28 luglio 2020

Stevie Nicks - 1989-08-19 - Mansfield, MA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Great Woods Perf.Arts Center
Mansfield, Mass.
August 19?, 1989 (1st of 2 nights, but not sure,
it could be the second night, 8/20)
soundboard recording of unknown analog generation (speed adjusted)
promoting the album "the other side of the mirror"

lineage:
sbd > cassette master tape > ? > probably 2nd or 3rd gen. cassette copy (maxell XLII 90 min.) > played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)

Stevie Nicks: vocals
Robert Martin: vocals
Carlos Rios: guitar
Don Boyette: bass
Chris Cameron: piano
Russell Kunkel: drums
Peter Michaels: music director
Loretta Perry Nicks: vocals
Sharon Celani (Sharona): vocals

01: outside the rain  4:28
02: dreams  4:29
03: rooms on fire  6:41
04: gold dust woman  5:50
05: Alice  6:51
06: no spoken word  4:50
07: how still my love  7:14
08: beauty & the beast  3:16 (end cuts, spliced)
09: Juliet  5:47
10: talk to me  4:31
11: whole lotta trouble  5:26
12: two kinds of love  5:45
13: band introductions  2:49
14: edge of seventeen  14:36  
15: encore break applause  1:59
16: drums  2:41
17: stand back  5:09
18: has anyone ever written anything for you 5:45

runtime:  98:09 (minutes/seconds)

The Rolling Stones at The BBC (DVDfull pro-shot)


(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Rolling Stones
At The BBC
Video compilation from 1965-1981
Broadcast on BBCTWO Saturday 24th November 2012

BBCTWO (DVB-C) > Philips stand alone DVD rec > Authored

01 - Titles
02 - Start Me Up '81
03 - Let's Spend The Night Together '66
04 - Get Off My Cloud . 65
05 - 19th Nervous Breakdown (Clip) '66
06 - Gimme Shelter '69
07 - Miss You '78
08 - Angie (OGWT) '73
09 - It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It) '74
10 - Fool To Cry '76
11 - Brown Sugar '71
12 - Jumpin' Jack Flash '68
13 - Dancing With Mr. D. '73
14 - Honky Tonk Women '69
15 - The Last Time '65

Run time:- 00:44:20

Some words from the BEEB:

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stones we delve into the BBC vaults to deliver some timeless Stones archive. From the early days of their career and some unforgettable performances on Top of the Pops with 'The Last Time', 'Let's Spend The Night Together' and 'Get Off Of My Cloud' through the late 60s and early 70s era of prolific song writing when the band were knocking out a classic album every other year and offering up such classics as 'Honky Tonk Women' and 'Gimme Shelter'.

The late 70s brought a massively successful nod to disco with Miss You and the early 80s a stomping return to form with the rock 'n' roll groove of Start Me Up. Peppered amongst the performances are snippets of wisdom from the two main men - The Glimmer Twins, aka Mick and Keith. Plus as a special treat, some lost footage of the band performing 19th Nervous Breakdown on Top of the Pops in 1966 - recently discovered in a BBC documentary from the 1960s about women with depression.




Chicago - 1971-03-17 - Nacogdoches, TX (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Chicago
Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX - March 17/1971

Lineage :
Cdr Trade -> EAC -> Traders' little helper (checksum & flac conversion (6))

Disc 1
01) Listen
02) Happy Cause I'm Going Home
03) Poem For The People
04) Lowdown
05) Piano Intro
06) Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is
07) Sing a Mean Tune Kid
08) Ballet For A Girl In Buchanon

Disc 2
01) Fancy Colours
02) Elegy Suite
03) Beginnings
04) I Don't Want Your Money
05) Loneliness Is Just A Word

Soundboard recording from their 1971 tour, amazing setlist!

Jeff Beck - 1995-08-27 - St. Louis, MI (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Silver disc > EAC > FLAC

01. Stand On It
02. Star Cycle
03. Guitar Shop
04. Savoy
05. You Never Know
06. Behind The Veil
07. Freeway Jam
08. Big Block
09. Two Rivers
10. Cause We've Ended As Lovers
11. Sling Shot
12. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
13. Blue Wind
14. People Get Ready

Stephen Stills - 1979-07-02 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Stephen Stills with The California Blues Band
Central Park, New York City, NY
July 2, 1979

Source: WPLJ 95.5 FM Broadcast > Cassette Master [TDK SA]
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1 kHz)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > WAV > TLH (sector boundary aligned) Flac level 8

Stephen Stills: Guitar, Vocal
Gerald Johnson: Bass
Bill Meeker: Drums
Mike Finnegan: Keyboards, Vocal
Pete Escovedo: Percussion
Gerry Tolman: Guitar
Brooks Hunnicut: Vocal

Side A
01 Precious Love
02 Red House
03 Fine Love
04 Love The One You're With
05 Cuba Al Fin
06 Part Time Love

Side B
07 For What It's Worth
08 Cherokee
09 Turn Back The Pages
10 WPLJ DJ Credits > Crowd Cheer
11 Thoroughfare Gap
12 Come On In My Kitchen

Total Time = 84:45 min