martedì 17 maggio 2022

Bruce Springsteen - 1978-08-23 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC) "HISTORY IS MADE AT NIGHT - Night 3" by Godfather

(Audience FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 
August 23, 1978 
Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY - U.S.A. 

Silver CDs --> EAC --> Wave files --> Trader's Little Helper (level 8, align on sector boundaries) --> flac files 
Upload will include artwork scan, md5 verification file, EAC log, spectral/frequency analysis 

01 High school confidential 
02 Badlands 
03 Streets of fire 
04 Spirit in the night 
05 Darkness on the edge of town 
06 Heartbreak hotel 
07 Factory 
08 The promised land 
09 Prove it all night 
10 Racing in the street 
11 Thunder road 
12 Jungleland 

01 For You 
02 Candy's room 
03 Adam raised a Cain 
04 Fire 
05 Sherry darling 
06 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) 
07 Not fade away / She's the one 
08 It's hard to be a saint in the city 

01 Backstreets / Sad eyes 
02 Rosalita (Come out tonight) 
03 Born to run 
04 Because the night 
05 Quarter to three

lunedì 16 maggio 2022

Bruce Springsteen - 1985-10-02 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC) "Last Night Special" by Ev2

(Audience FLAC)

Title: Last Night Special
Label: Ev2
Format: 3CD
Source: Audience
Date: October 2, 1985
Location: Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA

Disc One:
01 Born In The U.S.A
02 Badlands
03 Out In The Street
04 Johnny 99
05 Seeds
06 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
07 Intro / “When I Was Growin’ Up”
08 The River
09 Intro / "Blind Faith"
10 War
11 Working On The Highway
12 Trapped
13 I'm Goin' Down
14 Prove It All Night

Disc Two:
01 The Promised Land
02 Intro / “Tonight's The Night”
03 My Hometown
04 Thunder Road
05 Cover Me
06 Dancing In The Dark
07 Hungry Heart
08 Cadillac Ranch
09 Intro / "To Band & Friendship"
10 No Surrender
11 I'm On Fire
12 Growin' Up

Disc Three:
01 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
02 Intro / "Thanks To The Crew"
03 This Land Is Your Land
04 Born To Run
05 Bobby Jean
06 Ramrod
07 Twist And Shout
08 Stand On It
09 Travellin' Band
10 Rockin' All Over The World
11 Glory Days

'Remastering' information:
Main source: 2/10/1985 Bruce Tree Service / BTS source Show completely re-EQ'd, and tracks re-indexed. Tried to remove the 'transistor radio' effect a little. A lot more was done to improve this but I never list all the editing, what's the use. This 'release' is not a huge upgrade in my opinion, just some more of labour of love.

" The '85 stadium tour has received mixed reaction from diehard fans, many of whom have complained at the relative lack of intimacy in such cavernous venues; and the lack of setlist changes from night to night. I never saw any of the shows myself, but bootlegs such as this one (and the tremendous Independence Night from London '85) indicate that the band was in fact putting on some really tight and truly fun performances. Perhaps in hindsight, the larger than life '85 tour has received an undeserved reputation from the fans. The fact is that the final night in LA was a loud, powerful, energetic emotional show, and is in terms of performance equal to the best of the other BUSA tour boots I've heard. It could well be though, that the musical aspect of this kind of show is better enjoyed on bootleg than at the actual show, where there were undoubtedly tens of thousands of casual fans there more for the spectacle than the music. " - 'Magnus'

Black Sabbath - 1970-12-19 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Black Sabbath
Bootleg: "Come To The Sabbath"
Label: Living Legend Records – LLRCD 061*
Source: Excellent soundboard recording taken from the VHS of the Pro-shot Broadcast for the Belgian TV program “Pop Shop”
Sound Quality: A+
12/19/70 L'Olympia, Paris, France

01.Intro/Paranoid (3:26)
02.Hand Of Doom/Rat Salad (8:05)
03.Iron Man (6:32)
04.Guitar Intro/Black Sabbath (8:34)
05.N.I.B. (5:55)
06.Behind The Wall Of Sleep/Jazz Improvisation (5:55)
07.War Pigs (7:56)
08.Fairies Wear Boots (6:36)

Notes: 'Paris ‘70' (as it is best known) is one of the most popular films of Black Sabbath in concert during the 70's. It is one of only a few pro-shot concert films available to us and certainly the most complete one from this era.

Originally filmed on 16mm for the Belgian TV program “Pop Shop”, it was later re-broadcast on British TV by Yorkshire and Tyne Tees Television, where it aired in 2-30 minute episodes. Footage from this show later appeared on some official releases, such as THE BLACK SABBATH STORY - VOLUME 1 and Ozzy Osbourne’s DON’T BLAME ME autobiography. The audio portion was also used for the 2002 live compilation PAST LIVES.

It goes without saying that this is one of the most essential Black Sabbath videos to have in your collection. The performance is top notch and it is the earliest known pro-shot film of the band playing a full concert. I get questions all the time about whether the band is going to release the whole thing on video. Given that they have already issued much of the audio from this show on the live compilation PAST LIVES, it remains a likely possibility.

Ozzy does sing some different lyrics for many songs and improvises some new ones during “Hand Of Doom” and “War Pigs”. During “War Pigs”, he even resorts to the original lyrics for “Walpurgis” during one verse. Although it wasn’t uncommon for Ozzy to forget lyrics, I do think makes it more likely that the songs were still somewhat new to the band at this show.

Although it is rarely mentioned in the track listings, “Rat Salad” is performed after “Hand Of Doom”. It would also be the last time that this song would turn up in a live Sabbath recording.

These “alternate lyrics” have given us some suspicions about the date for this show, which is well after the release of PARANOID. Since “Paranoid” was not written until the end of the PARANOID sessions in June ’70, the true date for this video would have to be sometime after then.

Oddly enough, the true origin of this film has been the subject of vigorous debate by fans and researchers. Recently, I discovered several article from some French music papers that state that the actual date for December show in Paris was December 19th, 1970, not the 20th as it always been written. Thierry Bauwens suggested that the actual show may not have been performed until after midnight, but I cannot think of many Sabbath shows from that period where they did play at such an hour. Most shows were done between 7:30 PM and 11:30 PM.

There are many small clues that do indicate that the film was more than likely NOT done at the L'Olympia Theatre in Paris on December 20th, 1970. And while it is true that Sabbath played at the L'Olympia Theater on the PREVIOUS day (December 19th), the venue they are performing in does not at all resemble L'Olympia.

Max Robinson (from Italy) is one of several people helping me to research this mystery. Max came up with the following conclusions about the Paris 1970 video.
1. The UK TV speaker just before the show does not say when or where the show has been recorded.
2. During the show there is no hint of any kind that helps thinking it is been done in one place or another.
3. During the backstage scene there is a writing on a wall "Defense de Fumer" which, in French, means "No Smoking".
4. In a big part of Belgium the main language is French.

Telluride Allstars - 1988-06-19 - Telluride, CO (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Telluride Allstars (Showed up next year as Strength In Numbers)
Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Town Park

Sam Bush - Mandolin
Bela Fleck - Banjo
Jerry Douglas - Drobo
Mark O'Connor - Fiddle
Edgar Meyer - Upright Bass

Disc 1:
01. 6:12 - Pastor Mustard intro / Another Morning
02. 6:59 - From Ankara to Ismir
03. 5:30 - My Pet Frog
04. 4:52 - Emphysema Two Step
05. 3:57 - Edgar Meyer Solo
06. 6:25 - Distance / Winter's Edge / Untitled
07. 8:50 - Paddy on the Turnpike
08. 4:30 - Mark O'Connor Solo
Total time: 47:15

Disc 2:
01. 7:43 - Sanctuary
02. 10:37 - A New Day > Grant's Corner
03. 6:15 - Unfolding
04. 7:07 - A Bowl of Bula
05. 11:51 - Plasma > Boil them Cabbage Down

06. 3:34 - Cincinnati Rag
Total time: 47:08

Source 1: Pre-FM KOTO MC>??>CD>SHN
Tracks d1t01 -> d2t01@ 6:41 + d2t06 (all thats available in this source)
Source 2: SBD> ? > KGNU Cassette > Technics RS-BR465 > SoundBlaster 16 > Flac
Tracks d2t01@ 6:41 -> d2t05

Source 1; Was lacking in bass but had great frequency levels. Remastered
using Cool Edit Pro 2.1
Source 2; Had hard limits or was clipped. Top end of this source was lacking and cass
static was present. Remastered using Cool Edit Pro 2.1

Volume levels were adjusted during EQ remastering on both sources.

shn>mkw + flac>flacfrontend>>wav >>CE2.1>shntool (fix & join)>flacfrontend>flac16

Source 2 was the more complete source. Added to this with source 1 is the Pastor Mustard introduction and one phrase at the start of Sanctuary (d2t01). Tape flip present on both sources where disc change is. There is also a minor dropout at the beginning of the encore (d2t06) which is present on both sources.

Kate Bush - 1979-04-10 - Manchester, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Kate Bush - Manchester Apollo 10-04-1979 SOUNDBOARD

Source: VHS of unbroadcast Granada TV 'On The Road' film.
Lineage: VHS to CD-R.

01. Intro with backstage chat and vocal warm-ups
02. Moving
03. Saxophone Song
04. Room For The Life
05. Them Heavy Pepole
06. Man With The Child In His Eyes
07. Egypt
08. L'Amour Looks Something Like You
09. Violin
10. The Kick Inside
11. In The Warm Room
12. Fullhouse
13. Strange Phenomena
14. Hammer Horror

01. Kashka From Baghdad
02. Don't Push Your Foot On The Heartbrake
03. Act III Intro with backstage chat & vocal warm-ups 
04. Wow
05. Coffee Homeground
06. In Search Of Peter Pan
07. Symphony In Blue
08. Feel It
09. Kite
10. James & The Cold Gun
11. Oh England My Lionheart
12. Wuthering Heights
13. Curtain Call & speech

First ever time for a complete soundboard recording from Kate Bush's 1979 Tour! 

domenica 15 maggio 2022

Elvis Costello - 1980-05-14 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Elvis Costello and the Attractions

Hope and Anchor
London, U.K.
May 14, 1980
promoting their 3rd album "get happy!!"
King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast

King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast > Sansui 8 reciever with FM wire antenna > unknown cassette recorder, dolby off > no name (unknown) brand 60 min. high bias cassette tape > played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)

Elvis Costello: guitar, vocals
Martin Belmont: guitar, Vocals
Steve Nieve: piano, organ
Bruce Thomas: bass
Pete Thomas: drums 

01: Bill Minkin radio introduction :25
02: temptation 3:15
03: help me 3:02
04: I stand accused > 2:46
05: one more heartache > 2:49
06: secondary modern 2:29
07: little sister 3:18
08: high fidelity > 2:35
09: lipstick vogue > 3:51
10: waitng for the end of the world 3:16
11: don't look back > 4:04 (bad tape chew in end of song, cuts and spliced at 3:25, tape flip)
12: girls talk 2:14 (tape chew in beginning of song)
13: watching the detectives > 6:23
14: you belong to me 3:06

15: Oliver's army 3:19
16: pump it up 5:07 (with radio outro) 

runtime: 52:00 (minutes/ seconds)

Cream - 1966-1967 - Session Gears (STU/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Silver House (SHCR-03 A/B) 2CD > EAC > FLAC

Eric Clapton - Guitar, Vocals
Jack Bruce - Bass, Vocals
Ginger Baker - Drums 

01 - You Make Me Feel
02 - Coffee Song
03 - Beauty Queen
- August 1966 London -

04 - Wrapping Paper
05 - Cat's Squirrel
06 - I Feel Free (take 1)
07 - I Feel Free (take 2)
08 - I Feel Free (take 3)
09 - I Feel Free (take 4)
- September 1966 London -

10 - Sweet Wine (take 1)
11 - Sweet Wine (take 2)
12 - Rollin' And Tumblin'
13 - Toad
- November 1966 London -

14 - Sleepy Time Time (acetate)
15 - Sweet Wine (acetate)
16 - I'm So Glad (acetate)
17 - Wrapping Paper (acetate)
18 - Four Until Late (acetate)
19 - Cat's Squirrel (acetate)
- Fresh Cream acetate mix December 08, 1966 -

20 - Weird Of Hermiston (take 1)
21 - Weird Of Hermiston (take 2)
22 - Blue Condition
- March 15, 1967 London - 

23 - Lawdy Mama
- April 1967 New York -

01 - Sunshine Of Your Love (mono)
02 - We're Going Wrong
03 - Look At The Princess (take 1)
04 - Look At The Princess (take 2)
05 - Look At The Princess (take 3)
06 - Swlabr (take 1)
07 - Swlabr (take 2)
08 - Swlabr (take 3)
09 - Swlabr (take 5)
10 - Take It Back (take 1)
11 - Take It Back (take 2)
12 - The Clearout (take 1)
13 - The Clearout (take 2)
- March 15, 1967  London -

14 - Falstuff Beer Commercial (take 1)
15 - Falstuff Beer Commercial (take 2)
- July 1967 London -

16 - Mozart Serenade '' Eine Kleine Nachtmusik ''
17 - Tuba (jam)
18 - Polonaise (jam)
19 - Burrelhouse Blues (jam)
20 - Blue Moon
21 - Singalong
- July/August 1967 London -

22 - White Room (altermate)
- July 1967 London -

23 - Pressed Rat And Warthog (altermate)
24 - Passing The Time (long version)
25 - Anyone For Tennis (altermate)
- December 12-15 24, 1967 New York -

Black Sabbath - 1972-07-15 - Dayton, OH (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


Quality B

01 Tomorrow's Dream (02:55)
02 Sweet Leaf (05:26)
03 Snowblind (04:32)
04 War Pigs (06:58)
05 Under The Sun (05:22)
06 Iron Man (05:13)
07 Wicked World (03:45)
08 Guitar Solo -> Wicked World (11:54)
09 Wheels Of Confusion (05:42)
10 Embryo -> Children Of The Grave (04:50)
11 Paranoid (02:29)

Total (59:06)

(jamroom notes) These are all the original files. I have added this info file. Great to see Under The Sun and Wheels Of Confusion on this recording. The taper conserved his tape by pausing between songs. Good show though. Luciferburns indicated that the taper was not from the Dayton area and was hoping to trace the master reels for a transfer at some point in the future. Good luck mate!

(Markum7 notes) Picked this up from a trader in Dayton who managed to locate the master and received a 1st gen copy. I traded this at the time when tape was how trades were done, so my copy is 2nd gen. Some tape stops/starts and other small glitches, but overall not bad quality for 1972.

(sabbathlive (Rob Dwyer) notes) Very good, but somewhat flawed audience recording. There are some cuts between songs (presumably done by the taper during the show) and during the intro for "Iron Man". Earlier copies of this show that I owned were very muted and muddy sounding. But after hearing a digital clone of the master tape, I am revising my previous judgment of the Dayton '72 show (which was 'good at best'). There is much more treble in the original recording than I had been able to hear in the higher generation dubs. In fact, the only instrument that seemed a bit low in the mix was the bass. Ozzy's vocals are clear, Tony's guitar rings through and Bill's drums are all right there in the mix.

Sabbath is playing well here at the beginning of their U.S. tour to promote VOLUME 4. Dayton '72 contains the earliest recorded live versions of "Under The Sun" and "Wheels Of Confusion" currently in circulation. "Under The Sun" is performed here at a brisker tempo than the studio version. Iommi's live arrangement of his multi-tracked guitar solo is well executed, leaving us all to wonder WHY they didn't play this song at more shows? Also, Dayton '72 features the ONLY complete live version of "Wheels Of Confusion" out there, as opposed to the cut version which is on the Hollywood Bowl 9/15/72 tape.

sabato 14 maggio 2022

Cream - Extreme Rarities (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Cream - Extreme Rarities (Digital Underground)

01- I Feel Free
02- Four Until Late
03- Strange Brew
04- Outside Woman Blues
05- Born Under a Bad Sign
06- Politician
07- Sweet Wine
08- Wrapping Paper
09- Lawdy Mama
10- N.S.U.
11- Steppin' Out
12- Traintime
13- Toad
14- I'm So Glad
15- Sleepy Time Time
16- Tales of Brave Ulysses
17- Crossroads
18- We're Going Wrong
19- Tales of Brave Ulysses

Note: See boot artwork for recording dates and locations.
These are all unreleased outtakes.

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy - 1989-07-30 - Chicago, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Stevie Ray Vaughan & Buddy Guy
It's Still Called The Blues [TSP-CD-166]
Recorded live At Buddy Guy's LEGENDS CLUB,
Chicago, USA, Jul. 30.1989
Soundboard (excellent sound)

01 - It's Called The Blues
02 - Champagne And Reefer
03 - Mary Had A Little Lamb
04 - Leave My Girl Alone

celebrating Buddy's 53th birthday

EAC-Riplog included

Cream - 1968-10-25 - Dallas, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Searching In Dallas
Dates: October 25, 1968
Venue: Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas, US.

Source: Ex- Soundboard Recording
Lineage: Precious Masters (OPM-001/2) Boot 2CD > EAC > FLAC

Band Lineup
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Jack Bruce: Bass, Vocals
Ginger Baker: Drums


01: Introduction
02: White Room
03: Sunshine Of Your Love
04: I'm So Glad
05: Sitting On Top The World
06: Crossroads
07: Traintime

01: Toad
02: Spoonful

The Concert for the Children of the Americas - 1988-11-12 - Hollywood, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)


w/ Crosby, Stills,
Nash and Young,
Randy Newman,
Jackson Browne,
Fabulous Thunderbirds,
Pat Benatar,
Al Stewart
Midnight Oil

Live from 2 coasts:
West Coast-The Palace Theatre in Hollywood, California
East Coast-The Lobby of the United Nations Building in New York City

KLSX-FM (Los Angeles)(Cable FM) > Phillips 6371 tuner > Mitsubishi HS-422 UR VHS HI FI > Sony DTC-690 (1996)

Sony DTC-690 (via tolslink) > Audigy 4 Pro @ 16/48 > Audacity (fade in-out, splicing, volume and balance as required) >
Creative Converter (conversion to 16-44) > CD Wav > Traders Little Helper (Flac Level 8) > Stamp ID3Tag Editor

Disc 1
01. Introduction to Concert

MC (Graham Nash)
MC (Pete Fornatel) and Bill Ayers

----Graham Nash----
02. Teach Your Children (some applause added between 5:42 to 5:51 of disc 1-to smooth out the transition)
03. MC (Graham Nash), MC (Pete Fornatel)

----Randy Newman----
04. I Love L.A.
05. Dixie Flyer
06. Sail Away
07. Political Science
08. Short People
09. I Want You To Hurt Like I Do
10. MC (Pete Fornatel)

David Crosby Introduces..

--Jackson Browne and Graham Nash
11. Crow On The Cradle
12. David Crosby talks about the CONCERT FOR THE CHILDREN OF THE AMERICAS benefit and introduces....

----Jackson Browne with Sangre Machuwa (sp?)----
13. Lives In The Balance (w/ David Crosby and Graham Nash)
14. My Personal Revenge
15. Fruita Almarga (Bitter Fruit)
16. Lene' Verde
17. MC (Pete Fornatel)

Paul Barrere and Billy Pain promo

----Jackson Browne, Graham Nash & David Crosby----
18. Rock Me On The Water
19. George Harrison calls Graham Nash for the telethon

Disc 2

01. MC (Pete Fornatel)

---Fabulous Thunderbirds---
02. Powerful Stuff
03. Look At That, Look At That
04. She's Tough

05. Paul Kantner telethon promo
Mark Knofler telethon promo

MC (Pete Fornatel) introduces Pierre Robaire who re-introduces the ...

--Fabulious Thunderbirds
promo for telethon
06. Wrap It Up

07. MC (Pete Fornatel)

Discussion on the Purpose and Funding Of The Charity

A short trip to Boston and WBCN-FM Rodney J.
Rodney J. introduction to...

----Pat Benatar----
08. All Fired Up
09. Run Between The Raindrops
10. Let's Stay Together
promo for telethon

MC (Graham Nash)

11. Tom Shultz promo for telethon

(Live song prepared for this broadcast)
12. To Be A Man

13. MC (Graham Nash)

A conversation with Harry Chapin (previously taped)

MC (Graham Nash) talk with Bill Ayers and others

----Al Stewart----
14. Antarctica (technical issue at start of song)
15. Princess Olivia
16. The Year Of The Cat

17. Graham Nash telethon promo and introduction to...

----Midnight Oil----
18. Wealth Is Virtue
19. The Dead Heart

Disc 3

01. MC (Graham Nash)

----Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young----
02. This Old House
03. Love The One You're With
04. telethon promo
05. In the Name of Love (end is clipped and faded to remove MC talking over the last notes)

06. snip of the crowd singing Happy Birthday to Neil.
MC (Graham Nash)
MC (Pete Fornatel)

----Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
07. Tracks in the Dust
08. Don’t Say Goodbye (w/ Craig Doerge on Keyboards and Steve Lawrence on Saxophone)
09. Southern Cross
10. Long Time Gone

11. MC (Pete Fornatel)

----Graham Nash, David Crosby, John David Souther and Michael Hedges----
12. My Country ‘tis of Thee

13. MC (Graham Nash)
MC (Pete Fornatel)
technical and support closing credits

KLSX-FM promo

Ace Frehley - 2022-05-13 - Glenside, PA (AUD/FLAC)

Ace Frehley - Keswick Theater, Glenside, PA
May 13, 2022

audience master - recorded from the 7th row, center stage

Edirol R-09 w/ 2 audio technica mics (1 pro 7a & 1 at8531) > wavelab 6 > TLH >make torrent 2 > dime

SBE corrected.

01-(Fades in)Rip it Out
04-Rocket Ride
05-Rock Soldiers
06-Never In My Life(Mountain) > Good Times, Bad Times(Led Zeppelin)
07-Detroit Rock City
08- (I think Ace went to change his shirt....)
09-Hard Times
10-Strange Ways
11-God Of Thunder tease > New York Groove (Argent)
12-Shock Me (w/ Ace's guitar solo)
13-Cold Gin > Black Diamond (end segment)
14-encore break-

I arrived extremely late to this show. Literally walking to my seat as the intro music was playing. I was able to recover rather quickly and really all that's missing is the first half of the first song. The reason why, you might ask. Well, I went to the Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA. Why would I do that, I dunno, I thought the show was at the Tower Theater. Not having a ticket really messed me up. So that was another 40min drive to the Keswick after driving 3hrs in traffic to get to the Tower. Anyway 4 hrs there and 2 hrs home.

David Bowie - 2003-12-20 - Nassau, Bahamas (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Atlantis Paradise Hotel

01. New Killer Star
02. Rebel Rebel
03. Fashion
04. Fall Dog Bombs The Moon
05. Cactus
06. Ashes To Ashes
07. The Man Who Sold The World
08. The Loneliest Guy
09. She'll Drive The Big Car
10. I'm Afraid Of Americans
11. "Heroes"
12. Sunday
13. China Girl

Bonus: France2, Telefrancais, French TV on 19th September 2003
14. Never Get Old
15. She'll Drive The Big Ca
16. Day
17. Fall Dog Bombs The Moo

Elvis Costello - 2013-09-16 - Brooklyn, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Brooklyn Bowl

FM > Sound Blaster X-Fi HD > Sound Forge 9 > Audacity > Trader's Little Helper

01. [00:46] Intro
02. [10:43] Wake Me Up
03. [04:49] Refuse To Be Saved
04. [06:24] Stick Out Your Tongue
05. [05:58] Watching The Detectives
06. [05:09] Shabby Doll
07. [04:25] Sugar Won't Work
08. [05:27] Tripwire - with Diane Birch
09. [05:15] Spooky Girlfriend - with La Marisoul
10. [07:12] Cinco Minutos Con Vos - with La Marisoul
11. [05:07] Ghost Town - with La Marisoul
12. [04:26] (I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea
13. [03:53] Walk Us Uptown
14. [13:17] I Want You
15. [06:55] Wise Up Ghost
16. [04:46] Pump It Up
17. [04:41] I Found Out

Total: 1:39:13

Elvis Costello with the Roots and horn section. Recorded on WFUV-FM (Bronx, NY) which aired Sept. 17, 2013. This is an excellent FM recording.

Eric Clapton - 1976-11-13 - Houston, TX (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rider On the Storm


Mid Valley 348/349

Disc 1
01 Introduction
02 Hello Old Friend
03 Sign Language
04 Little Queenie
05 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
06 Tell The Truth
07 Love Me Please
08 All Our Past Times

Disc 2
01 Double Trouble
02 Blues Power
03 One Night
04 Badge
05 Layla
06 I Shot the Sheriff

Genesis - 1992-07-16 - Vienna, AT (FM/SHN)

(FM broadcast SHN)

01 - Land Of Confusion
02 - No Son Of Mine
03 - Driving The Last Spike
04 - Dance On A Volcano/The Lamb Lies Down/Musical Box/Firth Of Fifth/I Know What I Like
05 - Throwing It All Away
06 - Fading Lights
07 - Jesus He Knows Me
08 - Home By The Sea
09 - Hold On My Heart
10 - Domino
11 - I Can't Dance
12 - Tonight, Tonight, Tonight / Invisible Touch
13 - Turn It On Again

Austrian National Radio "O3" broadcast this concert live in its entirity. Before the show, a short interview with the band and fans was aired. The bootleg "Vienna" [BKCD 003/4 - 2CD] reproduces the show and has very good sound, though Phil's song intros are all absent and the opening lines of Hold On My Heart are omitted in order to remove the radio commentators' voices.

Commander Cody - 1971-06-07 - San Francisco, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

source: pre FM reel master

lineage: rm>dat>cdr's>eac>flac

encoded & seeded to LL by Rob Berger

disc one: 70:31
01: Lost In The Ozone Again
02: Faded Love
03: Working Man Blues
04: Down To Seeds And Stems Again Blues
05: Smoke That Cigarette
06: Wine Do Your Stuff
07: Semi Truck
08: Ain't That A Pity
09: Workin' On The Midnight Shift
10: The Family Bible
11: Diggy Liggy Lo
12: What Made Milwaukee Famous
13: Lookin' At The World Through A Windshield
14: Chairman Creeper
15: Hot Rod Lincoln
16: Git It
17: Gone Gone Gone
18: I Ain't Got Nothin' But Time
19: Give Tennessee Credit
20: High On A Hilltop
21: Sea Cruise
22: Blues Stay Away From Me

disc two: 53:06
01: Home In My Hand
02: The Shadow Knows
03: Can't Help It If I'm Still In Love With You**
04: Accidentally**
05: Divorce Me COD
06: Jambalaya
07: Ain't Nothin' Shakin'
08: Goin' Back To Tennessee
09: Tutti Frutti
10: Honky Tonk Blues
11: Nadine
12: Crying Time
13: Crazy Arms
14: Rip It Up
15: Lost In The Ozone/ (Again)

notes: ** with Lynne Smith

Prince's Trust Concert - 1988-06-06 - London, UK (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Prince's Trust Concert (Clapton/Cocker) 1988-06-06 Royal Albert Hall, London, England (FM) (FLAC)

June 5th & 6th, 1988
Source: King Biscuit Flower Hour > Cassette Master (Sony UX-ES)
Transfer: Sony TC-WE 475 > gold tipped cables > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW (44.1 Hz)
Editing: Soundforge (tracking) > WAV > TLH [SB's aligned] Flac level 8

Eric Clapton -- guitar / vocals
Mark Knopfler -- guitar / vocals
Midge Ure -- guitar / vocals
Colin Vearncombe -- guitar / vocals
Brian May -- guitar
Elton John -- keyboards / vocals
Howard Jones -- keyboards / vocals
Nathan East -- bass
Phil Collins -- drums / vocals
Leonard Cohen -- vocals
Peter Gabriel -- vocals
Joe Cocker -- vocals
Rick Astley -- vocals
Barry Gibb (The Bee Gees)
Robin Gibb (The Bee Gees)
Maurice Gibb (The Bee Gees)
Graeme Clark (Wet Wet Wet)
Tom Cunningham (Wet Wet Wet)
Neil Mitchell (Wet Wet Wet)
Marti Pellow (Wet Wet Wet)

01 Introduction
02 Sledge Hammer (Peter Gabriel)
03 Sweet Little Mystery (Wet, Wet, Wet)
04 Twist and Shout (Wet, Wet, Wet)
05 Tower of Song (Leonard Cohen)
06 Doesn't Anybody Stay Together Anymore (Phil Collins)
07 What Is Love (Howard Jones)
08 Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Midge Ure)
09 You Win Again (Bee Gees and Midge Ure)
10 The Letter (Joe Cocker)
11 Layla (Eric Clapton)
12 I Missed Again (Phil Collins)
13 You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins)
14 Behind the Mask (Eric Clapton)
15 Cocaine (Eric Clapton)
16 Money For Nothing (Mark Knopfler)
17 I Don't Wanna Go On (Elton John)
18 With a Little Help From My Friends (Joe Cocker)

Total Time = 90:19 min

Iggy Pop - 1987-07-05 - Werchter, BE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Werchter Festival

FM (master) > Audacity (wav, normalize, track splitting) > xACT (flac) > you

01 1970
02 Winners and losers
03 Five foot one
04 Real wild child (wild one)
05 The passenger
06 Blah, blah, blah
07 Search and destroy
08 I wanna be your dog
09 No fun
10 Raw power
11 Sweet sixteen (fades out before end of song)

Killer Iggy Pop set at the Belgian Werchter festival. Compiled from two broadcasts (tracks 01-07 and tracks 08-11). I was at the previous day's festival in Torhout (back when there were two consecutive festivals). Great set, incredible power and energy.

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

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Club 47 

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

FM broadcast tape, possibly from a vinyl boot LP 

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

runtime: 65:07 

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

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

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

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

The Rolling Stones - Baby See Sessions (FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

This has been converted to WAV and all SBEs found fixed in TLH. It has been converted to FLAC level 6 and tested error free.

All work done is by Teague Raw and with permission is uploaded here.
Some here asked for it.

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Rec. London, Maida Vale: 23th sept.1963 - Broad: 26th oct.1963
01. Come on (Chuck Berry) - 2:03
02. Memphis Tennessee (Chuck Berry) - 2:18
03. Roll over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) - 2:16

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Rec: 3th feb.1964 - Broad: 8th feb.1964
04. Don't lie to me (Chuck Berry) - 1:43
05. You better move on (Arthur Alexander) - 2:36
06. I wanna be your man (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) - 1:49
07. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:11
08. Walking the dog (Rufus Thomas) - 2:34
09. Bye bye Johnny (Chuck Berry) - 2:11

Saturday Club
Rec live uk: feb.-march 1964 - Broad: 8th march 1964
10. Roll over Beethoven (Chuck Berry) - 2:22
11. Beautiful Delilah (Chuck Berry) - 2:14

Blues in Rhythm (Long John Baldry)
Rec: Camden Theatre: - 19th march 1964
13. (Get your kicks on) Route 66 (Bobby Troup) - 2:29
15. Cops and robbers (Kent L. Harris) - 3:43
17. You better move on (Arthur Alexander) - 2:45
19. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:49
12,14,16,17: Intros

The Joe Loss Pop Show (Joe Loss)
Rec: broad: 10th april 1964
20. Hi-heel sneekers (Robert Higginbotham) - 1:56
21. Little by little (Nanker Phelge / Phil Spector) - 2:28
22. I just want to make love to you (Willie Dixon) - 2:12
23. I'm moving on (Hank Snow) - 2:09

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Rec: 13th april 1964 - Broad: 18th april 1964
24. I just want to make love to you (Willie Dixon) - 2:11
25. Walking the dog (Rufus Thomas) - 3:13
26. Not fade away (Norman Petty / Charles Hardin Holly) - 2:04
27. Beautiful Delilah (Chuck Berry) - 2:09
28. Hi-heel sneekers (Robert Higginbotham) - 2:34
29. Carol (Chuck Berry) - 2:30

Saturday Club (Brian Matthew)
Rec: 25th may 1964 - Broad: 6th june 1964
01. Down in the bottom (Willie Dixon) - 2:46
02. You can make it if you try (Ted Jarrett) - 2:12
03. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (Bobby Troup) - 2:28
04. Confessin' the blues (Walter Brown / Jay McShann) - 3:02
05. Down the road apiece (Don Raye) - 2:01

The Joe Loss Pop Show (Joe Loss)
Rec.broad: 17th july 1964
06. It's all over now (Bobby & Shirley Womack) - 3:26
07. If you need me (Wilson Pickett / Robert Bateman) - 2:06
08. Confessin' the blues (Walter Brown / Jay McShann) - 2:27
09. Carol (Chuck Berry) - 2:42
10. Mona (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:58

Top Gear (Brian Matthew)
Rec: 17th july 1964 - Broad: 23th july 1964
11. Around and around (Chuck Berry) - 2:45
12. If you need me (Wilson Pickett / Robert Bateman) - 2:02
13. I can't be satified (McKinley Morganfield) - 2:31
14. Crackin' up (Ellas McDaniel) - 2:15

Rhythm and Blues (Alexis Korner)
Rec: 8th oct.1964 - Broad: 31th oct.1964
15. Ain't that lovin' you (Jimmy Reed) - 1:52
16. 2120 south Michigan Avenue (Naker Phelge) - 3:48

Top Gear (Brian Matthew)
Rec: Playhouse Theatre Studios 1st march 1965 - Broad: 6th march 1965
17. Down the road apiece (Don Raye) - 2:01
18. Everybody needs somebody (Russell / Burke / Wexler) - 3:31
19. The last time (Mick Jagger / Keith Richards) - 3:08

Yeh! Yeh!1 (Tony Hall) / Saturday Club2 (Brian Matthew)
Rec: 20th aug.1965 - 1Broad: 30th aug.1965 - 2Broad: 18th sept.1965
20. Mercy mercy (Don Covay / Ron Miller)1 - 2:54
21. Cry to me (Bert Russel)2 - 3:06
22. Fanny Mae (Buster Brown / Robinson or Waymon Glasco)2
23. (I can't get no) Satisfaction (Mick Jagger / Keith Richards)1,2- 3:46
24. The spider and the fly (Mick Jagger / Keith Richards)1,2- 3:26
25. Oh Baby (We got a good thing going) (Barbara Lynn Ozen)1,2 - 1:53

Red Hot Chili Peppers - 2011-08-22 - West Hollywood, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

The Roxy

Unknown source (broadcast feed?, verified as lossless) from trade
CD-R > EAC > HD > FLAC (level 8, align on sector boundaries, fileset titles named using standard archiving nomenclature, and designated this "lossless-sourced" WAV-FLAC version by "LL")

01 Monarchy Of Roses
02 Can't Stop
03 Ethiopia
04 Charlie
05 Meet Me At The Corner
06 I Like Dirt
07 The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie (w/ Flea solo jam at end)
08 Throw Away Your Television
09 Factory Of Faith
10 Me And My Friends
11 Californication
12 Look Around
13 Soul To Squeeze
14 By The Way
15 Encore Jam
16 Don't Forget Me
17 Give It Away

According to some written reports, the track - "Did I Let You Know" (the live concert premiere of it) was actually performed next after "Me And My Friends" at this particular show. Apparently the group nixed the airing of it for the Fuse broadcast; and, if you very listen closely, it does appear to be slight evidence of an edit there as you can lightly hear a count-in to simply a little more applause, the track "Californication" then continues the show.

Accept - 1980-10-25 - Amsterdam, NL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

ARTIST: Accept

TITLE: 1980-10-25- Dorphuis Ruinerworld, Amsterdam, The Netherlands [SBD]


SBD -> ? -> CDR -> EAC: WAV -> TLH: FLAC 8 -> You

01. Lady Lou,
02. Tired of Me,
03. The King,
04. Save Us,
05. Accept Tonight (Unreleased),
06. Do It,
07. Do It (suite),
08. Sea Winds,
09. Run If You Can,
10. Take Her in My Heart,
11. Free Me Now,
12. I'm A Rebel,
13. Breaker,
14. Burning
15. Thunder & Lightning

America - 1972-02-xx - Philadelphia, PA (FM/FLAC)


Sigma Sound Studios  Rainbow Room

Recording Information
stereo FM radio studio broadcast -> master off-air tape (reel?) -> 1st generation tape (reel?) -> 2nd generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby B on.

Playback 2011-07-20 ::: 2nd generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B on, azimuth & pitch adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL pro CD recorder -> CD-RW -> computer, EAC secure -> wavs -> Audacity (fades &/or glitches, volume adjustments, no EQ) -> CD Wave (track splits) -> Trader's Little Helper

Gerry Beckley - vocals, guitars, keyboards, bass
Dewey Bunnell - vocals, guitars, percussion
Dan Peek - vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards, harmonica

01. Riverside
02. Sandman
03. I Need You
04. Submarine Ladies Part 2
05. Don't Cross The River
06. Children
07. Three Roses ->
08. Comin' Into Los Angeles  (tape flip cut in middle)
09. Living Isn't Really Giving ->
10. The Rain Song
11. Horse With No Name
12. How Long Must This Go On
13. California Revisited

Total Time ::: 54:14

Todd Rundgren and the Hello People - 1972-05-02 - Hempstead, LI (FMFLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Ultrasound studios

Lineage :
FM > unknown (cass) > silver cd>e ac> flac

01. Broke Down and Busted
02. Georgia Swing
03. Outside Love
04. Piss Aaron
05. A Dream Goes On Forever
06. I Saw the Light
07. It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
08. Good To be Alive
09. Mad Red Ant Lady
10. Blaze aka Heat and Blaze
11. Lady on a Terrace
12. Slut

The actual titles of 8-10 appear to be up in the air.

The Black Crowes - 2011-07-16 - Peer, BE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

L1 Radio (Hubert on the Air), broadcasted in two parts (2012-03-17/2012-03-31) 

FM (digital mediabox) -> (analog) HD wav 24/48 (Magix) -> HD wav 16/44 (Magix) -> Flac 8 (TLH) 

No editing, only volume normalized and split in tracks 

01 Jealous Again 
02 Hotel Illness 
03 Good Morning Captain 
04 Soul Singing 
05 Wiser Time 
06 Poor Elijah - Tribute to Johnson 
07 Hard To Handle 
08 Been A Long Time 
09 Thorn In My Pride 
10 She Talks To Angels 
11 Remedy 

Kiss - 2006-07-23 - Shizuoka, JP (DVDfull pro-shot DL)

(DVDfull pro-shot DL)


Show or Bootleg Title:
UDO Music Fest 2006

Show Venue:
Shizuoka, Japan

DVD - Pro Shot

Video Quality/Production Info:
A+++ / Hambone

Audio/Video Specs:
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 : M=3, N=15
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 9 400 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Color space : YUV
Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0
Bit depth : 8 bits
Scan type : Interlaced
Scan order : Top Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.908

ID : 192 (0xC0)
Format : MPEG Audio
Format version : Version 1
Format profile : Layer 2
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 384 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 KH


01 Detroit Rock City
02 Makin' Love
03 Watchin' You
04 King Of The Night Time World
05 Deuce
06 Christine Sixteen
07 Firehouse
08 Got To Choose
09 Strutter
10 Lick It Up
11 I Love It Loud
12 Love Gun
13 God Of Thunder
14 Do You Love Me
15 Shout It Out Loud
16 I Was Made For Lovin' You
17 Black Diamond
18 Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll
19 God Gave Rock & Roll To You II
20 Rock And Roll All Nite