giovedì 30 maggio 2024

Cream - Synergy (VAR/FLAC)

(Various FLAC)

Various Date and Venues

Scorpio - MA-001/2/3/4

Silver > CD-R (trade) > EAC v. 9.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You!

Disc 1: Waltham, Ma. - September 9, 1967 (*)
01. Tales of Brave Ulysses
02. Sunshine of Your Love
03. N.S.U.

Disc 2: Waltham, Ma. - September 9, 1967 (*)
01. Sitting On Top of the World
02. Steppin' Out
03. Traintime
04. Toad

Disc 3: Boston, Ma. - April 5, 1968
01. Sunshine of Your Love
02. Spoonful
03. Sleepy Time Time

Disc 4: Boston, Ma. - April 5, 1968
01. Steppin' Out
02. Traintime
03. Toad

(*) Discussion abounds about the possible date of this performance. I do not wish to participate in that discussion.

Frank Zappa - 1969-05-30 - Birmingham, UK (OAM/FLAC)


Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention
Town Hall
1969 05 30

~~ Unknown generation stage recording ~~

Current FZshows entry:
1969 05 30 - Town Hall, Birmingham, UK
80 min, Stage, B+/C-
Sound gets progressively worse due to very bad speed fluctuations
improvisations, Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up, Redneck Eats, improvisations, Sunshine Of Your Love, The Orange County Lumber Truck medley, improvisations, Bacon Fat, Status Back Baby, In The Sky, Uncle Meat, Some Ballet Music, Redneck Eats, improvisations (incl. Dog Breath), Wipe Out, Begin the Beguine / Wipe Out

This copy: 81.12 min, Aud, B+/C-

Lineage: Stage recording -> (?) -> Files supplied by faroba -> SF 10 (speed correction, editing) -> wav -> flac

Taped by: Don Preston?
Files supplied by: faroba
Speed corrected and edited by: Flambay
More editing by: Galeans

Roy Estrada
Jimmy Carl Black
Art Tripp
Ian Underwood
Don Preston
Bunk Gardner
Motorhead Sherwood
Buzz Gardner

01 Improvisation [01:27] °°° cuts in, cuts out, music missing
02 Improvisation [01:27] °°° cuts in, cuts out, music missing
03 Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up [00:45] °°° cuts in, cuts out 0:38, music missing
04 Redneck Eats [04:38] °°° cuts out, music missing
05 Sunshine Of Your Love [00:44] °°° cuts in, music missing
06 The Orange County Lumber Truck medley [16:32] °°° tape glitch? on the left channel 8:20
07 Improvisation [05:36] °°° tape glitch 2:10, 2:15
08 FZ preamble [01:18]
09 Bacon Fat [01:28] °°° tape speed issues 1:13-23, cuts out, music missing
10 FZ preamble [00:55] °°° tape speed issues 0:00-20
11 Status Back Baby [03:04]
12 FZ preamble [00:29]
13 Oh, In The Sky [02:24]
14 FZ preamble [01:30]
15 Uncle Meat [05:11]
16 Some Ballet Music [04:21] °°° tape flip 0:30, music missing
17 Redneck Eats [01:36]
18 Mozart Ballet [00:42] °°° cuts in, cuts out, music missing
19 Boogie in G (incl. Dog Breath) [21:59] °°° tape speed issues 0:00-1, 14:10-32, tape glitch 18:27
20 Encore break & FZ polling the audience [01:58]
21 Wipe Out (incl. Beguin The Beguine) [02:57] °°° tape speed issues 1:09-25, 2:55-7

You asked for it, you finally got it. This is the infamous Birmingham 1969 tape whose existence was first confirmed in 2018. Since four new shows have just surfaced we figured this was the right time to finally liberate this. Beware, though: this material is a total mess.

Let's start with the most obvious issue: the speed problems. These aren't your regular speed problems where the pitch wavers and is inconsistent (although, some of that is present too up to a certain degree): whoever dubbed the tape pressed fast forward during certain sections and the result is what you can imagine. Those sections are not only ear jarring but they can't be corrected in any way. To make things worse, after the tape flip (or probably reel change) on "Some Ballet Music" a bleed through of a recording of The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" and the US version of "Rubber Soul" appears on the left channel becoming really annoying during the quieter parts and, as if that isn't enough, the tape bleed runs at double speed too. Other known problems are a weird channel balance with the left one being muffled and various degrees of tape crunch and other artifacts of the time. Flambay did his best to fix the speed where it was possible and I did my best to improve the channel situation but it's still not ideal, although I doubt anything much better could be presented at this time.

These are the technical problems but there are also some more questions that remain unanswered:

- It's uncertain if tracks 1-4 come from the same show as the others. There is a different ambience, which could be because of the tape being in poor condition, and "Redneck Eats" gets repeated later in the setlist (although the same thing happened on 1969 04 25). The first two improvisations obviously come from two different songs, hence they were split in two different tracks.

- The title cut of "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" was recorded at this venue and at this date but doesn't appear on this recording. There were two shows in Birmingham and it's possible it's from the other show or that it is simply missing here. Speaking of this, we don't know to which show corrisponds this tape.

- This tape could be linked to the 1969 08 08 tape, another unsolved MOI puzzled because it's two different portions that may or may be not coming from the same show. Specifically, this sounds tonally similar to the String Quartet/Bacon Fat part of that recording which I suspect comes from the other show in this venue/date. Another clue is that Musigny23 mentioned coming across the words "Town Hall" (the name of the venue they played here) on these tapes, although he thought it was a reference to NYC.

A pity all this material is so messy because the listenable parts of this tape sound pretty good. This is likely a Don Preston stage recording but I suspect it could even be a Dick Kunc one because the audience is quite audible while it’s usually not on Preston's stage tapes. It's a good vintage Mothers performance with some very interesting items. The most noticeabe event is a short run-through of "Lucille Has Messed My Mind Up" but the rest of the listenable material is quite solid as well, including a great version of "The Orange County Lumber Truck" medley, some interesting improvisations and a great Boogie in G plus some inspired FZ banter. The ending of the show would also be a lot of fun if it wasn't totally destroyed. "Sunshine of Your Love" is very likely the ending of the so-called "Passacaglia" medley.

Kickapoo Creek Festival - 1970-05-30 - Heyworth, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

1970-05-30 Kickapoo Creek Festival, Heyworth, IL 

SBD>Boot LP's>Wav>Flac 16/44

Woodstock Nation LP purchased on eBay October 2018. 
Transferred by Michael Lestatkatt

The Real Future Blues (Tracks 10 thru 13) was sourced from thetradersden

The Real Future Blues - Channels reversed to match Woodstock Nation.
*Both Albums run thru Wave Corrector, Setting 3.

01 Opening Announcements/Speech

Amboy Dukes
02 Amboy Dukes Introduction
03 Journey To The Center Of The Mind (Jam)/Survival Of The Fittest (Guitar Solo)

B.B. King
04 The Thrill Is Gone

The Butterfield Blues Band
05 Born Under a Bad Sign

Country Joe and The Fish
06 Stage Announcements
07 Crowd Chanting/The Fish Cheer
08 Barry's Caviar Jam [aka: Gasman]
09 Not So Sweet Martha Lorraine

Canned Heat
10 Introduction/Tuning
11 Reefer Blues
12 Future Blues
13 So Sad/Drum Solo/So Sad
14 Let's Work Together
15 Too Many Drivers

16 Sha-Na-Na Theme/Yakety Yak
17 Teen Angel
18 Jailhouse Rock
19 Sha-Na-Na Theme

20 Closing Announcements

Woodstock Nation [Tracks 1-9 and 14 Thru 20]
The Real Future Blues [Tracks 10 Thru 13]

Jimi Hendrix - 1970-05-30 - Berkeley, CA (SBD/FLAC) 1st Show

(Soundboard FLAC)

Jimi Hendrix - Berkeley 1st Show - Complete Soundboard (ATM-0256/257)

Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California, USA
Saturday 30 May 1970 first show

Jimi Hendrix 
vocals and guitar

Billy Cox
bass and vocals

Mitch Mitchell

1st speaker Bill Graham
2nd speaker unknown

Recorded on 8-track by Abe Jacob with the Wally Heider mobile truck

This set is an uprade of ATM-0123/24 The Berkeley Concerts, now presenting the entire show in continuous uniform soundboard quality ("Star spangled banner" & "Purple haze" were completely missing from the older versions of the soundboard tape and the ATM discs as well as the start of both "Foxy lady" & "Freedom" and without the distortion audible on the previous ATM release.

The files are numbered from 1 to 13. In order to burn a 2 cdr set tracks numbered 1-6 should be burned on disc 1 and tracks 7-13 on disc 2.

Disc 1
1 Intro (cut at 2.56)
2 Fire
3 Johnny B Goode
4 Getting my heart back together
5 Foxy lady
6 Machine gun

Disc 2
1 Freedom
2 Red house
3 Message to love
4 Ezy ryder
5 Star spangled banner
6 Purple haze
7 Voodoo child (slight return)

It seems that all copies of the Berkeley soundboard tapes originated from Bob Terry. The Cooper Owen auction listings for the Bob Terry tapes include three reels with the 2nd part of the concert. It is however probable that Terry also had similar reels for the 1st half, for some reason omitted from the auction (like many other tapes Terry had), so very likely all of his Berkeley multitrack mixdowns were on 15 ips 10" Ampex reels or similar studio quality tapes.

It seems that Bob Terry circulated several different edits of his Berkeley tapes, this is why there are at least 3 different versions of the first show going around all originating from the same reels but with different cuts and missing tracks. The basis of this set was a low generation cassette originally received from Bob Terry that came into circulation in 2011. Unlike previous versions this cassette came directly from Terry and includes all of the music but has some cuts between songs. 

This set uses a new transfer of that cassette (done on different equipment than the transfer circulated in 2011) as the main source with cuts between the tracks, some drop-outs, noises and the end of Voodoo child (slight return) patched with the dub/edit of the tape that was used for the previous ATM release 0123/24. The intro was taken from a third dub/edit (taken from a previous multi source composite version of the concert) with one cut patched with the main source.

There's only one cut remaining and that occurs pre-concert before Jimi enters the stage. It's unknown whether this is also present on the multitrack tapes but as the other edits on the various versions of the tape were "clean" and the sole remaining cut clearly has the tape speeding up after the cut. So it's quite likely that the cut was introduced by different equipment than the other cuts and thus could well be on the master tapes, possibly the multitrack deck was halted when the start of the actual concert was delayed.

There's no way to be sure if Bob Terry used his original reels to dub the cassette used as the main source here, it's also quite possible that he dubbed from a safety copy. So the lineage of the main source would read something like this:

Master (multitrack) > 15ips mixdown reel (> reel?) > cassette > wav

The exact lineage of the patch sources is unknown.
No eq was applied to the main source, it was necessary to invert channels and apply eq to the patches in order to make seamless repairs but some variation remains. Apart from the usual differences in hiss levels there were slight differences in the stereo image between the tapes, some tapes had wider stereo than others even though the actual mix of the instruments appeared to be the same. This difference was either introduced deliberately or is down to the copying process, either way some repairs/patches are not 100% inaudible because of this.

Muddy Waters - 1973-05-30 - Denver, CO (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

SBD > Pre-FM DAT @ 48 kHz > D8 Oade Digi I/O > Hosa Coax > Audio Delta Dio 2496 > SF 5.0b > CDWave v1.6 > mkwACT > SHN

CD-R (Trade) > EAC (V0.95 prebeta 4) > WAV > Frontend > FLAC

*With BB King (Guitar), Kato (Piano, from BB King's band)

Band Lineup:
Muddy Waters Guitar, Vocals
Hollywood Fats Guitar
George "Mojo" Bueford Harmonica
Greg "Pinetop" Perkins Piano
Calvin Jones Bass
Willie "Big Eye" Smith Drums

01. //Piano Jam 1:38
02. //Instrumental 3:15
03. Instrumental with Muddy intro 2:57
04. My Sweet Little Baby 6:10
05. Rock Me 5:52
06. Can't Get No Grindin' 3:37
07. I've Got My Mojo Working 2:57
08. Forty Days And Forty Nights 3:09
09. Band intros* 3:15
10. I Know You Didn't Want Me* 6:38
11. Thrill Is Gone* 4:36
12. Instrumental* 5:51
13. Caledonia 6:15

Disc Total 56:13

Alice Cooper - 1973-05-30 - Minneapolis, MN (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Alice Cooper
Metro Sports Arena-Minneapolis, MN
May 30, 1973

Lineage: Soundboard > Unknown Cassette > CDR > Flac

01 Hello Hooray
02 Billion Dollar Babies
03 Elected
04 Eighteen
05 Raped & Freeze
06 No More Mr. Nice Guy
07 My Stars
08 Unfinished Sweet >
09 Unfinished Sweet (continued)
10 Night On Bald Mountain Interlude > (EDITED OUT)
11 Sick Things
12 Dead Babies (fade)
13 I Love The Dead
14 Night On Bald Mountain Interlude > (EDITED OUT)
15 School's Out
16 Under My Wheels
17 God Bless America (EDITED OUT)

Here we have a vintage Alice show from when they were the kings of the rock world. A number of shows from the '73 tour appear to have been soundboard recorded with Dallas and Houston being the most commonly known appearing in edited form on the Billion Dollar Babies Deluxe Edition.

Recorded one month later, the Minneapolis show seems a bit looser than those two but contains the same high level of energy and fun throughout.

I have edited out the 2 pre-recorded classical transition pieces "Night On Bald Mountain" as well as the closing "God Bless America" recording.

Quality is very good, there is a very slight high pitched hum during "Billion Dollar Babies" and just a bit of "Elected" it then goes away, not really noticeable unless using headphones and can easily be adjusted out with a bit of equalization on playback (I didn't even really notice it until I used headphones).

Rush - 1976-05-30 - Springfield, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Rush - We Are The Priests
Digital Reproductions: DR 53076
May 30, 1976
The Nelson Center, Springfield Illinois
Soundboard or FM


01 Bastille Day 5:24
02 Anthem 4:56
03 Lakeside Park 4:10
04 2112 15:54
05 Fly By Night 2:00
06 In the Mood 3:00
07 Something for Nothing 4:11
08 By-Tor and the Snow Dog 10:53
09 In the End 6:39
10 Working Man, Finding My Way, Drum Solo 12:56
11 What You're Doing 5:04

Led Zeppelin - 1977-05-30 - Landover, MD (SBD/FLAC) Maryland Moonshine IV

(Soundboard FLAC)

Live at the Capitol Centre

Maryland Moonshine IV (Empress Valley Supreme Disc EVSD 580-582) 3CDs taken from 'Maryland Moonshine' 12CD set


Silver CDs->EAC(secure offset corrected)->Traders Little Helper->FLAC8

Disc 1

01. The Song Remains The Same
02. The Rover / Sick Again
03. Nobody's Fault But Mine
04. In My Time Of Dying
05. Since I've Been Loving You
06. No Quarter

Disc 2
01. Ten Years Gone
02. The Battle Of Evermore
03. Going To california
04. Black Country Woman
05. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06. White Summer
07. Black Mountain Side
08. Kashmir

Disc 3
01. Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick
02. Guitar Solo
03. Achilles Last Stand
04. Stairway To Heaven
05. Whole Lotta Love
06. Rock And Roll

Dixie Dregs - 1978-05-30 - Tucson, TX (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

This one is nice and using 2 sources it is complete and superb sounding. 

Dixie Dregs 
Lee Furr's Recording Studio 
May 30, 1978 
Tucson, AZ. 
Live on KWFM 92.9 

Partial track 1 & Track 9 = FM > unknown cassette generation > WAV > Flac 
Partial track 1 & all others = 7-1/2 IPS, 2 Track Pre-FM Master > Beta II Hi-Fi Stereo > WAV > Flac 

Steve Morse - Guitar 
Andy West - Bass 
Rod Morgenstern - Drums 
Allen Sloan - Violin 
Mark Parrish - Keyboards 

Disc 1 
01 DJ Intro > Free Fall 
02 Moe Down 
03 Refried Funky Chicken 
04 Night Meets Light 
05 The Wabash 
06 Travel Tunes 
07 Wages of Weirdness 
08 Northern Lights 

Disc 2 
01 Punk Sandwich 
02 The Odyssey 
03 DJ Intro > Take It Off the Top 
04 Country House Shuffle 
05 Ice Cakes 
06 What If 
07 Gina Lola Breakdown 
08 Cruise Control 
09 DJ Outro & Interview 

Many Dregs collectors have had this show for years of mostly unknown lineage. I was always frustrated with the quality I would run across in the tape trading circles back in the day. Living in Tucson and knowing folks in the recording industry, I went on a hunt. I knew someone had to have a master cassette from the FM broadcast or maybe a pre-FM master. I contacted some folks who worked for KWFM, Lee Furr, the owner of the studio and various engineers who worked there, spending months making phone calls and following up on any lead I could find. Many were dead ends. When one day, making a phone call to an engineer who worked at Lee's studio and was now working for the local PBS affiliate I explained what I was looking for and if he might have a lead. Wow he said, I have the tape right here! I offered to buy him lunch at a restaurant of his choice if he would let me borrow the tape for a few days. I dropped by his office and picked up the reel and quickly transferred it to the only decks I had available at the time which was two Sony beta Hi-Fi VCR's and one VHS Hi-Fi VCR. 

The first song on the master reel was cut and did not contain the interview that as I recall was played in the middle of the live FM performance. I used the first 33 seconds from my best FM cassette source and spliced it into the master reel version. I also used the FM Cassette source for the interview.

David Bowie - 1978-05-30 - Bremen, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Musikladen Extra
Radio Bremen
Recorded May 30, 1978, (another source says May 21)

broadcast on August 4, 1978

Pro shot, PAL, 4/3, Stereo

Lineage: DVB-S broadcast by 3sat (08.01.2007) -> Digitally recorded with Topfield 5400 -> Authored with DVD Studio Pro

Menu: Yes

43 minutes

Data Bitrate: 7.95 Mbps
Video: MPEG-2, 720 X 576, 4:3, 25 fps, 7.Mbps upper field first
Audio: AC3 2/0, 48 kHz, 384 kbps

David Bowie: Keys, Vocals

George Murray: Bass
Dennis Davis: Drums, Percussion
Carlos Alomar: Guitar
Simon L'House: Violin
Sean Mayes: Keys
Roger Powell: Synth
Adrian Belew: Guitar

01 - Sense of Doubt
02 - Beauty and The Beast
03 - Heroes
04 - Stay
05 - The Jean Genie
06 - TVC 15
07 - Moon Of Alabama
08 - Rebel Rebel



Bob Marley - 1980-05-30 - Zurich, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bob Marley & The Wailers 
City: Zurich (Switzerland) 
Venue: Hallenstadion 
Date: May 30th 1980 
Taper: Source is personally known (but not me) 
Source: Taken directly from the mixing desk (!) 
Quality: A+/A++ (the audience level is a bit lower than the sound) 

Equipment: unknown (maybe a Revox tape recorder) 

CD-R >> CDex 1.51 >> FLAC

CD (70:26) 
101 Zimbabwe 
102 Natty Dread** 
103 I Shot The Sheriff 
104 No Woman No Cry 
105 Talkin' Blues* 
106 We And Them* 
107 Lively Up Yourself* 
108 Jammin' 
109 Exodus 
110 Redemption Song 
111 War/No More Trouble 
112 Kinky Reggae* 
113 Get Up Stand Up 

*/** Remarks from Wikipedia: 
For the short U.S. leg of the tour Marley changed the set list to be similar to the one from the Kaya Tour in 1978: he dropped "Revolution" and "Natty Dread"** and added songs like "Burnin' And Lootin'" or "Them Belly Full" at the beginning, or "The Heathen" and the "Running Away" / "Crazy Baldhead" medley in the middle of the set list. 

From show to show sometimes an additional song was edged in the middle of the set list, like "Lively Up Yourself"*, "Kinky Reggae"*, "Roots, Rock, Reggae", "Coming In From The Cold", "Bad Card", "Kaya", "Trenchtown Rock", "We And Them"*, "Three Little Birds", "Talkin' Blues"* or "Forever Loving Jah". Live performances of each of these songs happened very rarely during the tour. 

Stunning (and unfortunately incomplete performance), but at least more than 70 excellent minutes of world famoust Reggae music recorded from the first concert of the «Uprising Tour» in 1980. First (and last) performance in Switzerland with some rarely played live versions (see below * and **) starting the last ever tour from Bob Marley! 

Bob Marley - 1980-05-30 - Zurich, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Liberated Bootleg "Uprising At Hallenstadion" Godfatherecords 
Live at Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland 30th May 1980 

This is from a brilliant soundboard recording, one of the best sounding BMW boots (in my opinion) 

CD > EAC (WAV) > TLH (FLAC level 8)

Setlist (69:57): 

01. Zimbabwe 
02. Natty Dread 
03. I Shot The Sheriff 
04. No Woman, No Cry 
05. Talkin’ Blues 
06. We And Dem 
07. Lively Up Yourself 
08. Jamming 
09. Exodus 
10. Redemption Song 
11. War / No More Trouble 
12. Kinky Reggae 
13. (end of Kinky Reggae) > Get Up Stand Up 

The Clash - 1982-05-30 - Asbury Park, NJ (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)



Codec AC3
Bitrate: 256 kb/s

Resolution: 720 x 480
Frametrate: 29.970
Bitrate 9100/kbps
Format NTSC
Aspect 4:3

01. Spanish Bombs
02. This Is Radio Clash
03. Garageland
04. Armagideon Time
05. Somebody Got Murdered
06. Straight To Hell
07. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
08. I Fought The Law

Running time: 34:08

Stevie Nicks - 1983-05-30 - Devore, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Event: The U.S. Festival

Title: Live In San Bernadino, CA
Venue: Glen Helen Regional Park
Date: 05/30/83
Time: 6:20 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Tour: Wild Heart Tour
Media: DVD Video NTSC

Source Info: Unknown VHS-Standalone DVD Recorder-NVE3-DVD

Video Mode NTSC 29.970 FPS
Video Bitrate 5075kbps
Resolution 720 x 480
Audio LPCM

01 Gold Dust Woman
02 Outside The Rain
03 Dreams
04 Gold And Braid
05 I Need To Know
06 Gypsy
07 Angel
08 Leather And Lace
09 Stand Back
10 Band Intros
11 How Still My Love
12 Stop Draggin' My Heart Around
13 Edge Of Seventeen
14 Rhiannon

The Pretenders - 1983-05-30 - Devore, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

1983 US Festival
The Pretenders
Glen Helen Park
Devore, CA

Pro-Shot w/ menus

Video: 704x480 interlaced (NTSC)
VBR 4400kbps avg

Audio: 256 kbps AC3 (2 channel)

01 - My City Was Gone
02 - Message Of Love
03 - The Adultress
04 - Talk Of The Town
05 - Stop Your Sobbing
06 - Private Life (dedicated to James Honeyman-Scott)
07 - Time The Avenger
08 - The Wait (dedicated to Pete Farndon)
09 - Middle Of The Road
10 - Up The Neck
11 - Precious
12 - Back On The Chain Gang
13 - Brass In Pocket
14 - Money

1hr 10min

U2 - 1983-05-30 - Devore, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Original Silver CD > flac (Toast Titanium)

Name: U.S.Festival 1983
Tour: War Tour
Leg: Leg 3 - North America
Date: 30.05.1983
Country: USA
Town: Devore
Place: Glen Helen Regional Park
Type: Audio
Support: Silver CD
Barcode: U2-053083
Performance: Live
Source: Broadcast

01. Gloria
02. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
03. A Day Without Me
04. An Cat Dubh 
05. Into The Heart
06. New Year's Day
07. Surrender
08. Two Hearts Beat As One
09. Sunday Bloody Sunday
10. The Cry-> The Electric Co
11. I Will Follow
12. 40

U2 - 1983-05-30 - Devore, CA (TV/FLAC)


San Bernardino ,30 May 1983 (12:20 PM > 01.10 PM)
Glen Helen Regional Park

Cable TV > VHS HI-FI master > Cassette Sony XR-80 Metal > waw >flac (level 6 )

TV > ANA-M (VHS ) > ANA-1(Sony XR-80 Metal) > Teac W-416 cassette player > Extreme 5.1 sound card > HD Maxtor > CD wawe editor > flac (level 6)

01 Gloria
02 I Threw A Brick Through A Window
03 A Day Without Me
04 An Cat Dubh
05 Into The Heart
06 New Year's Day
07 Surrender
08 Two Hearts Beat As One
09 Sunday Bloody Sunday
10 The Cry / The Electric Co.

11 I Will Follow
12 "40"

Total time :59:32

Sound quality is excellent with outstanding clarity and crispness.

U2 - 1983-05-30 - Devore, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Name : Us Festival 1983 (3,96 Go Sized)
Tour : War Tour
Leg : Leg 3 - North America
Date : 05.30.1983
Country : USA
Town : Devore
Place : Glen Helen regional park
Type : Video
Support : DVD+/-R
Material : TV broadcast > vhs > dvd
Performance : Live
Source : VHS
Generation : 1st Generation
Integral : Complete
Camera : Pro
Nb Cam. : 3 and more
Format : NTSC
Résolution : 720*480
Sound : AC3
Ratio : 4/3
Authoring : Yes (By Titles)
Menu : Yes

01 - Gloria (4:47)
02 - I Threw A Brick Through A Window (3:45)
03 - A Day Without Me (4:02)
04 - An Cat Dubh (4:16)
05 - Into The Heart (2:46)
06 - New Year's Day (5:07)
07 - Surrender (4:54)
08 - Two Hearts Beat As One (6:21)
09 - Sunday Bloody Sunday (5:28)
10 - The Electric Co (8:04)
11 - I Will Follow (4:42)
12 - ''40'' (5:13)

Password to extract: 

The Cure - 1984-05-30 - De Maaspoort, NL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

30.05.1984 's-Hertogenbosch - De Maaspoort (Netherlands) 
"Eindexamen Examination Festival" 

SBD FM Dutch FM broadcast / 19 songs 

Gen. : unkn. 

01 - M 
02 - Primary 
03 - Dressing Up 
04 - The Hanging Garden 
05 - Bananafishbones 
06 - The Empty World 
07 - Charlotte Sometimes 
08 - The Walk 
09 - Piggy In The Mirror 
10 - One Hundred Years 
11 - Give Me It 
12 - A Forest 
13 - The Top 
14 - Happy The Man 
15 - The Caterpillar 
16 - Bird Mad Girl 
17 - 10.15 Saturday Night 
18 - Killing An Arab 
19 - Forever

Missing Tracks : 
From Mainset : 
shake dog shake 
play for today 
wailing wall 

From Encore 3 : 
three imaginary boys 

Metallica - 1986-05-30 - Davenport, IA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Coliseum Ballroom
Davenport, Iowa
May 30, 1986

Transferred & mastered by }{eywood
Lineage: Cass (?) > JVC TD-W354 playback deck > Adobe Audition 1.5 (recording to 24/96 .wav, EQ, peak limiting, split & fades) > Xrecode II (conversion to 16/44.1) > TLH (sector alignment, flac 8)

01 Battery
02 Master of Puppets
03 For Whom the Bell Tolls
04 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
05 The Thing That Should Not Be
06 bass solo
07 Damage Inc.
08 Fade to Black
09 Seek & Destroy
10 Creeping Death
11 Am I Evil?
12 The Four Horsemen

David Sylvian - 1988-05-30 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

David Sylvian
Richard Barbieri
Steve Jansen
David Torn
Robbie Aceto
Mark Isham
Ian Maidman.

Disc 1
01 - Ancient Evening
02 - Incantation
03 - Orpheus
04 - Before The Bullfight
05 - Taking The Veil
06 - Weathered Wall
07 - The Boy With The Gun
08 - Riverman
09 - The Grand Parade (Mark Isham from the album Castalia)
10 - Band Introduction
11 - The Ink In The Well
12 - Nostalgia

Disc 2
01 - Forbidden Colours/Backwaters
02 - Brilliant Trees
03 - Steel Cathedrals
04 - Let The Happiness In
05 - Gone To Earth
06 - Awakening

David Sylvian - 1988-05-30 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

David Sylvian - London 1988-05-30 

rdwm 2015 revision 

David Sylvian: keybs, guitar and vocals 
Steve Jansen: drums and percussions 
Richard Barbieri: keybs 
David Torn: lead guitar 
Ian Maidman: bass and percussions 
Robby Aceto: guitars and keybs 
Mark Isham: flügelhorn, trumpet, soprano sax and keybs 

01 Ancient Evening 
02 Incantation 
03 Orpheus 
04 Before The Bullfight 
05 Taking The Veil 
06 Weathered Wall 
07 The Boy With The Gun 
08 Riverman 
09 The Grand Parade (Mark Isham) 
10 Band Introduction 
11 The Ink In The Well 
12 Nostalgia 

01 Forbidden Colours/Backwaters 
02 Brilliant Trees 
03 Steel Cathedrals 
04 Let The Happiness In 
05 Gone To Earth 
06 Awakening 

This is the best available recording of the 1988 tour and it's well known by fans. Source files are affected by lot of saturation clicks/crackles due to a non perfect analog to digital transfer process. In this edition I tried to fix one by one all major issues plus some minor using iZotope RX3. all other audio editing processes made using HarBal and Wavelab.

Leonard Cohen - 1988-05-30 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Leonard Cohen
Royal Albert Hall, London, England
May 30, 1988

BBC soundboard > ? (analogue stage) > CDDA > EAC (secure) > SoundForge 8.0b > Trader's Little Helper > flac16

Leonard Cohen - vocals, acoustic guitar, keyboards
Perla Batalla - vocals
Julie Christensen - vocals
Bob Metzger - guitars, steel guitar
John Bilezikjian - oud
Bob Furgo - keyboards, violin
Tom McMorran - keyboards
Steve Zirkel - bass, keyboard, trumpet
Steve Meador - drums, electric drums

01 Dance Me To The End Of Love
02 Ain't No Cure For Love
03 Who By Fire
04 Bird On The Wire
05 I'm Your Man
06 Sisters Of Mercy
07 Coming Back To You
08 First We Take Manhattan
09 Chelsea Hotel #2
10 Tower Of Song
11 The Stranger Song
12 If It Be Your Will

13 Everybody Knows
14 Joan Of Arc
15 Hallelujah
16 There Is A War
17 Take This Waltz
18 The Partisan
19 Suzanne
20 Passin' Through

21 I Tried To Leave You
22 Whither Thou Goest
23 So Long, Marianne

Incomplete show: AVALANCHE was played before CHELSEA HOTEL #2.

Robert Palmer - 1991-05-30 - London, UK (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Robert Palmer 
Town and Country Club 
London, England (FLAC)

Pre-FM radio station masters ->Sound Forge ->Track splitup ->Flac Frontend level 8, sectors aligned and verified.

01 - Some Like It Hot
02 - Every Kinda People
03 - Didn't Mean To Turn You On
04 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
05 - Pride
06 - Sneakin' Sally
07 - She Makes My Day
08 - Aeroplane
09 - Dreams To Remember
10 - Early In The Morning
11 - Light Years
12 - System
13 - Looking For Clues
14 - Your Mother Should Have Told You
15 - Simply Irresistable
16 - Mercy Me
17 - Addicted To Love