mercoledì 29 marzo 2023

Megadeth - 1991-02-21 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Megadeth - HANGER 18
Koseinenkin-Kaikan, Osaka, Japan
February 21st 1991
Aud Source: Silver CD>EAC>WAV>Flac Frontend>flac

01. Intro (Black Sabbath)
02. Wake Up Dead
03. Hook In Mouth
04. Hangar 18
05. Tornado Of Souls
06. Lucretia
07. The Conjuring
08. In My Darkest Hour
09. Dawn Patrol
10. Devil's Island
11. These Boots
12. Liar
13. Mechanix
14. Take No Prisoners
15. Holy Wars... The Punishment Due
16. Good Morning/Black Friday
17. Peace Sells
18. Anarchy In The UK

Placebo - 2017-04-18 - Lyon, FR (IEM/FLAC)


Halle Tony Garnier,
Lyon, France

SETLIST (64:03 + 20:00 + 133:30)
++ Afternoon Rehearsals
01. ** Line-Check
02. Infra-red
03. Protect Me from What I Want
04. ** Dead air
05. Lazarus
06. ** Line-Check
07. Exit Wounds
08. Exit Wounds
09. Too Many Friends
10. Pure Morning
11. ** Line-Check

++ Show
00. ** Pre-Show Line-check
01. ** Intro (Every You Every Me)
02. Pure Morning
03. Loud Like Love
04. Jesus' Son
05. Soulmates
06. Special Needs
07. Lazarus
08. Too Many Friends
09. Twenty Years
10. I Know
11. Devil in the Details
12. Space Monkey
13. Exit Wounds
14. Protect Me from What I Want
15. Without You I'm Nothing
16. 36 Degrees
17. Lady of the Flowers
18. For What It's Worth
19. Slave to the Wage
20. Special K
21. Song to Say Goodbye
22. The Bitter End
23. ** Encore
24. Teenage Angst
25. Nancy Boy
26. Infra-red
27. ** Encore
28. Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)

IEM 1 : Stereo Receiver (focus) > Zoom H6 -- (Brian Molko's feed)
IEM 2 : Stereo Receiver (focus) > Zoom H6 -- (Stefan Olsdal's feed)

MTX : .WAV[24bit/48kHz] > .FLAC [16bit/44.1kHz]

USB > Adobe Audition CC 2017 > CDWave Audio Editor 1.98 > Trader's Little Helper 2.7.0

Only two feeds, recorded from the outside; very far from the venue actually, from a heated spot.
The inside-man that night had a few hiccup with the batteries on the recorder, so no audience was added into this mix (bouhhh!).
One of the two feeds had a click-track, it's now cleaned (and removed in its majority) and a few interferences spots were removed, the other one is absolutely clean from top to bottom. Rehearsals were not as clean as the gig by itself, so during certain parts Molko's voice is a lot more hidden, indicating that's a moment where the feed was unusable as-is.

Recorded by J².
Mixed by J.nullnull

Radiohead - Secrets To Be Told - A Collection (SBD/FM/FLAC)

(Soundboard/FM broadcast FLAC)


DISC ONE (1990-1994) [79:49]
01 The Greatest Shindig [On A Friday demo, Summer 1990]
02 How Can You Be Sure? [On A Friday demo, Summer 1990]
03 Upside Down [On A Friday demo, Summer 1990]
04 What Is That You See? [On A Friday demo, Summer 1990]
05 Nothing Touches Me [Manic Hedgehog demo, 10-1991]
06 Phillipa Chicken [Manic Hedgehog demo, 10-1991]
07 Million Dollar Question [Huddersfield, 11-11-1992]
08 You [Colchester, 11-14-1992]
09 Creep [Colchester, 11-14-1992]
10 Rhinestone Cowboy [Black Session, Paris, 2-23-1993]
11 Stop Whispering [Black Session, Paris, 2-23-1993]
12 Yes I Am [On The Edge, NYC, 6-1993]
13 Banana Co. [On The Edge, NYC, 6-1993]
14 Vegetable [Haarlem, 5-5-1993]
15 Anyone Can Play Guitar [Haarlem, 5-5-1993]
16 Lurgee [Göteborg, 6-4-1993]
17 Ripcord [Göteborg, 6-4-1993]
18 The Bends [Courtyard Studios Demo, 3-1993]
19 Black Star [Roskilde backstage, 7-2-1994]
20 Just [Roskilde, 7-2-1994]
21 Maquiladora [Glastonbury, 6-26-1994]
22 Blow Out [Glastonbury, 6-26-1994]

DISC TWO (1994-1996) [78:40]
01 Street Spirit (Fade Out) [GLR Session, London, 5-1994]
02 Union City Blue [Black Session, Paris, 2-21-1995]
03 Subterranean Homesick Alien [VPRO-FM, Hilversum, 4-21-1995]
04 How Can You Be Sure? [Sapporo, 6-27-1995]
05 Fake Plastic Trees [Lowlands, Biddinghuizen, 8-27-1995]
06 The Bends [Milton Keynes, 7-30-1995]
07 Planet Telex [Cambridge, 11-6-1995]
08 Bishops Robes [Cambridge, 11-6-1995]
09 My Iron Lung [Cambridge, 11-6-1995]
10 Bones [Stockholm, 12-1-1995]
11 Lucky [Stockholm, 12-1-1995]
12 Black Star [Stockholm, 12-1-1995]
13 Nice Dream [Pinkpop, Landgraaf, 5-27-1996]
14 Airbag [XFM, London, 10-28-1995]
15 Killer Cars [CBC-FM, Vancouver, 3-22-1996]
16 Bulletproof (I Wish I Was) [Boston, 4-13-1996]
17 High & Dry [KROQ-FM, Los Angeles, 3-29-1996]
18 Lift [Pinkpop, Landgraaf, 5-27-1996]
19 I Promise [Los Angeles, 3-29-1996]
20 Nobody Does It Better [Los Angeles, 12-18-1995]

DISC THREE (1997-1998) [78:00]
01 Airbag [Utrecht, 6-24-1997]
02 Talk Show Host [BBC-FM, London, 5-28-1997]
03 Exit Music (For A Film) [Irvine, 6-14-1997]
04 Paranoid Android [BBC-FM, London, 5-28-1997]
05 Climbing Up The Walls [Glastonbury, 6-28-1997]
06 The Tourist [Glastonbury, 6-28-1997]
07 Electioneering [Tonight Show, Los Angeles, 7-25-1997]
08 Karma Police [Studio Canal+, Paris, 9-15-1997]
09 Subterranean Homesick Alien [New York City, 12-19-1997]
10 Let Down [New York City, 12-19-1997]
11 Street Spirit (Fade Out) [New York City, 12-19-1997]
12 Motion Picture Soundtrack [New York City, 8-26-1997]
13 The Trickster [San Francisco, 4-2-1998]
14 Nude [San Francisco, 4-2-1998]
15 Polyethylene (Part 2) [New York City, 4-18-1998]
16 How To Disappear Completely [New York City, 4-18-1998]

DISC FOUR (2000-2001) [77:30]
01 Optimistic [Berlin, 7-4-2000]
02 Morning Bell [Nijmegen, 9-16-2000] 
03 Knives Out [Nijmegen, 9-16-2000] 
04 Permanent Daylight [Warrington, 10-2-2000]
05 The Thief [Warrington, 10-2-2000]
06 In Limbo [Warrington, 10-2-2000]
07 The National Anthem [Saturday Night Live, NYC, 10-14-2000]
08 Idioteque [Kildare, 10-8-2000]
09 How To Disappear Completely [Kildare, 10-8-2000]
10 Cinnamon Girl [Studio Canal+, Paris, 4-28-2001]
11 I Might Be Wrong [Rock im Park, Nurnberg, 6-2-2001]
12 Pyramid Song [Rock im Park, Nurnberg, 6-2-2001]
13 Dollars & Cents [Rock am Ring, Adenau, 6-1-2001]
14 Feeling Pulled Apart By Horses [George, 6-23-2001]
15 Everything In Its Right Place [Nijmegen, 9-16-2000]
16 True Love Waits [Santa Barbara, 6-30-2001]

DISC FIVE (2002-2003) [77:23]
01 There There [London, 5-25-2003]
02 Scatterbrain [Mansfield, 8-13-2003]
03 Sit Down, Stand Up [New York City, 6-5-2003]
04 The Gloaming [London, 11-26-2003]
05 2+2=5 [Late Night w/ David Letterman, NYC, 10-17-2003]
06 Where I End And You Begin [Belfort, 7-4-2003]
07 Go To Sleep [MusiquePlus, Montreal, 6-2-2003]
08 Morning Mr. Magpie [Oxfordshire Studio, 12-18-2002]
09 Fog [BBC-FM, London, 12-9-2003]
10 I Will [KCRW Session, NYC, 6-4-2003]
11 Like Spinning Plates [Mansfield, 8-13-2003]
12 Up On The Ladder [Salamanca, 8-7-2002] 
13 Lift [Lisbon, 7-22-2002]
14 Big Boots [Salamanca, 8-7-2002]
15 Punch-Up At A Wedding [San Francisco, 9-22-2003]
16 Follow Me Around [KROQ-FM, Los Angeles, 9-29-2003]
17 We Suck Young Blood [London, 11-27-2003]
18 Wolf At The Door [London, 11-26-2003]
19 On The Beach [BBC-FM, London, 12-22-2003]
20 Sail To The Moon [Le Réservoir, Paris, 7-3-2003]

DISC SIX (2006-2009) [79:23]
01 *****s [Toronto, 6-8-2006]
02 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi [Oxfordshire Studio, 12-2007]
03 Bodysnatchers [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-17-2006]
04 House Of Cards [Evening Concert, BBC-FM, 4-1-2008]
05 Bangers & Mash [Avenches, 8-15-2006]
06 Down Is The New Up [Avenches, 8-15-2006]
07 15 Step [Grammys, Los Angeles, 2-8-2009]
08 All I Need [Afternoon Concert, BBC-FM, 4-1-2008]
09 4 Minute Warning [Boston, 6-4-2006]
10 Jigsaw Falling Into Place [Saitama, 10-5-2008]
11 Videotape [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-17-2006]
12 No Surprises [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-17-2006]
13 Go Slowly [Berkeley, 6-24-2006]
14 These Are My Twisted Words [Praha, 8-23-2009]
15 I Want None Of This [Public Radio, Chicago, 6-18-2006]
16 Faust Arp [Chicago, 8-1-2008]
17 Up On The Ladder [London, 1-16-2008]
18 Reckoner [BBC-FM, London, 1-26-2008]
19 Everything In Its Right Place [BBC-FM, London, 1-26-2008]
20 Nude [Jonathan Ross Show, London, 4-3-2008]

DISC SEVEN (2011-2012) [76:04]
01 Lotus Flower [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-8-2012]
02 Kid A [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-8-2012]
03 Morning Mr. Magpie [Coachella, Indio, 4-14-2012]
04 Bloom [Coachella, Indio, 4-14-2012]
05 The Daily Mail [Colbert Report, NYC, 9-26-2011]
06 Little By Little [Colbert Report, NYC, 9-26-2011]
07 Separator [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-8-2012]
08 Codex [New York City, 9-29-2011]
09 Supercollider [New York City, 9-29-2011]
10 The Amazing Sounds Of Orgy [Austin City Limits, 3-6-2012]
11 Staircase [Austin City Limits, 3-6-2012]
12 Identikit [Austin City Limits, 3-6-2012]
13 Cut A Hole [Houston, 3-3-2012]
14 Ful Stop [Berlin, 9-30-2012]
15 Myxomatosis [New York City, 9-29-2011]
16 Feral [New York City, 9-29-2011]
17 Give Up The Ghost [Jimmy Fallon Show, NYC, 9-23-2011]

DISC EIGHT (Leftovers & Oddities) [78:06]
01 You [Manic Hedgehog demo, 10-1991]
02 Stupid Car [Signal Radio, Stockport, 2-11-1993]
03 Permanent Daylight [Göteborg, 6-4-1993]
04 Faithless, The Wonder Boy [Los Angeles, 7-12-1993]
05 Sulk [Shinjuku, 6-24-1995]
06 Paranoid Android [Hershey, 8-26-1996]
07 Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box [Rock am Ring, Adenau, 6-1-2001]
08 Pearly* [Boston, 8-14-2001]
09 I Froze Up [Oxfordshire Studio, 12-18-2002]
10 Backdrifts [London, 11-27-2003]
11 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi [Orchestral Version, London, 3-27-2005]
12 Last Flowers [London, 4-15-2005]
13 You And Whose Army? [Bonnaroo, 6-17-2006]
14 Cymbal Rush [KCRW-FM, Los Angeles, 6-2006]
15 Headmaster Ritual [Oxfordshire Studio, 11-9-2007]
16 Ceremony [Oxfordshire Studio, 11-9-2007]
17 Unravel [Oxfordshire Studio, 11-9-2007]
18 Skirting On The Surface [Austin City Limits, 3-6-2012]
19 The Present Tense [Latitude Festival, Blythburgh, 7-19-2009]

DISC NINE (Live Favorites) [79:43]
01 15 Step [Lollapalooza, Chicago, 8-1-2008] 
02 There There [Reading Festival, 8-30-2009]
03 Airbag [Evening Concert, BBC-FM, 4-1-2008]
04 Planet Telex [Nijmegen, 9-16-2000]
05 Lucky [Nijmegen, 9-16-2000]
06 The National Anthem [Bonnaroo, Manchester, 6-17-2006]
07 Subterranean Homesick Alien [New York, 9-29-2011]
08 Bodysnatchers [Evening Concert, BBC-FM, 4-1-2008]
09 Karma Police [Pinkpop, Landgraaf, 6-4-2001]
10 Talk Show Host [Belfort, 7-4-2003]
11 Fake Plastic Trees [Jonathan Ross Show, London, 5-29-2003]
12 Paranoid Android [Warrington, 10-2-2000]
13 Idioteque [Austin City Limits, 3-6-2012]
14 Reckoner [Saitama, 10-5-2008]
15 You [Utrecht, 6-24-1997]
16 Street Spirit (Fade Out) [Rock am Ring, Adenau, 6-1-2001]
17 Creep [London, 11-27-2003]

A fan made compilateion (9 diks) of live songs in (almost) chronological order. Sound of (most of) these is EX+ (sbd, FM radio etc.)

The Cure - 1987-03-28 - Rio de Janeiro, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Cure
Rio de Janiero, Brazil

unknown pro shot (TV?) > DVDr

Transfer: ???
Authored: Bill Mayer

01 - Inbetween Days
02 - Kyoto Song
03 - The Walk
04 - Close to Me
05 - Shake Dog Shake
06 - Lets Goto Bed
07 - Six Different Ways
08 - Push
09 - Boys Don't Cry
10 - 10:15 Saturday Night
11 - A Forest
12 - Killing an Arab

Peru Channel 11 (RBC) broadcast /
12 songs

Pink Floyd - 1973-06-17 - Saratoga, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Performing Arts Center

Title: "Saratoga Master"
Label: Sirene 262
Lineage: Sirene Silver > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Disc 1:
01. Obscured By Clouds
02. When You're In
03. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
04. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
05. Echoes

Disc 2:
01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe In Air
03. On The Run
04. Time
05. Breathe Reprise
06. The Great Gig In The Sky
07. Money
08. Us And Them
9. Any Colour You Like
10. Brain Damage
11. Eclipse
12. One Of These Days

Super Rock '84 - 1984-08-11 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Band: Whitesnake / The Michael Schenker Group / Scorpions / Bon Jovi / Anvil
Title: Tokyo First Day
Date: August 11, 1984
Venue: Seibu Stadium, Saitama, Japan
Label: Calm & Storm
Number: CALM & STORM 015
Source: Silvers > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

Disc 1: Anvil / Bon Jovi
01.March Of The Crabs
02.Metal On Metal
03.School Love
05.Straight Between The Eyes
09.Come Back
11.She Don't Know Me
12.Shot Through The Heart
13.Guitar Solo
14.Get Ready

Disc 2: Scorpions
03.Coming Home
04.Bad Boys Running Wild
05.Make It Real
06.Big City Nights
07.Coast To Coast
08.Rock You Like A Hurricane
09.Kojo No Tsuki
10.Can't Live Without You
12.The Zoo
13.Can't Get Enough

Disc 3: The Michael Schenker Group
02.Captain Nemo
03.Rock My Nights Away
04.Are You Ready To Rock
05.Cry For The Nations
06.On And On
07.Attack Of The Mad Axeman
08.Lipstick Traces
09.Into The Arena
10.Courvoisier Concerto
11.Lost Horizons
12.Rock Will Never Die
13.I'm Gonna Make You Mine
14.Armed And Ready
15.Doctor Doctor (with Klaus Meine & Rudolf Schenker)

Disc 4: Whitesnake
03.Guilty Of Love
04.Love Ain't No Stranger
05.Ready An' Willing
06.Slow An' Easy
07.Guitar Intro.
08.Crying In The Rain
09.Guitar Solo
10.Soldier Of Fortune
11.Drum Solo
12.Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
13.Don't Break My Heart Again
14.Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
15.We Wish You Well
16.Closing Announcement 

R.E.M. - 2001-05-21 - New York, NY (TV/SHN)

(TV broadcast SHN)

MTV Unplugged 
MTV Studios, New York, NY 
May 21, 2001 

Source: MTV studio tape -> first gen VHS -> second gen VHS -> WAV (CDwav) -> SHN(mkw) 

Disc one: 
01 - All The Way To Reno (You're Gonna Be A Star) 
02 - Electrolite 
03 - At My Most Beautiful 
04 - Sad Professor 
05 - Daysleeper 
06 - Beat A Drum 
07 - I'll Take The Rain 
08 - I've Been High 
09 - So. Central Rain 
10 - The One I Love 
11 - Losing My Religion 
12 - Country Feedback 
13 - Cuyahoga 
14 - Imitation Of Life 

Disc two: 
01 - La Bamba [about 45 seconds] 
02 - All The Way To Reno (You're Gonna Be A Star) [2nd take] 
03 - Electrolite [2nd take] 
04 - At My Most Beautiful [2nd take] 
05 - Beat A Drum [2nd take] 
06 - Disappear 
07 - Find The River 
08 - Daysleeper [2nd take] 
09 - The Great Beyond 
10 - band intros 
11 - The One I Love [2nd take] 
12 - So. Central Rain [2nd take] 

The VHS tape I received was missing two pieces of dialog that were aired on the original braodcast. I spliced them in from the MTV2 broadcast. The first occurs at the end of Beat A Drum when Michael talks about how he looked during the 1991 Unplugged taping. The second occurs at the end of Country Feedback when he talks about George Bush. I think I did a pretty good job with the splices and that they are unnoticable. -- Also, this was a TV taping, so there are cuts between some of the songs. i.e. not cheering crowd noise from song to song. 

The Who - 1973-11-25 - Dallas, TX (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Memorial Coliseum

fresh transfer / seeded by Vortex242:
? gen C > playback on TASCAM130 > TASCAM CD-RW700 standalone CD burner > CD > EAC > wav > Adobe Audition > CDwave > FlacFrontend (level 6, verified, with align on sector boundaries) > flac

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Keith Moon Drums
Bobby Pridden Tapes

01. // The Real Me
02. Punk And The Godfather
03. I'm One
04. Helpless Dancer
05. 5:15
06. Sea And Sand
07. Drowned
08. Bell Boy
09. Dr. Jimmy
10. Love Reign O'er Me
11. Won't Get Fooled Again

approx. 71 mins

martedì 28 marzo 2023

Billy Joel - 2014-11-25 - New York, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Billy Joel 
November 25, 2014 
Madison Square Garden 
New York, NY 

Taper: JasonR 
Source: Schoeps MK41V > KC5 > Tinybox (x-former out) > Sony PCM-M10 
Location: Section 114 
Conversion: Adobe Audition > iZotope Ozone 5 > CD Wave > FLAC 

01 Intro (The Natural) 
02 Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway) 
03 Pressure 
04 Chatter & Your Song tease 
05 Everybody Loves You Now 
06 Fielder's choice #1: Zanzibar vs. All for Leyna 
07 All for Leyna 
08 Vienna 
09 The Entertainer 
10 Fielder's choice #2: Summer Highland Falls vs. The Downeaster "Alexa" 
11 The Downeaster "Alexa" 
12 Allentown 
13 My Life 
14 New York State of Mind 
15 Summer Highland Falls 
16 52nd Street tease, JTWYA sheet music education 
17 Just The Way You Are 
18 Big Man on Mulberry Street (featuring Sting) 
19 Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) 
20 She's Always a Woman 
21 Don't Ask Me Why 
22 Crumblin' Down (featuring John Mellencamp) 
23 The River of Dreams 
24 Scenes from an Italian Restaurant 
25 Piano Man 


26 Uptown Girl 
27 It's Still Rock and Roll to Me 
28 You May Be Right 
29 Only the Good Die Young

Leo Kottke - 1988-11-27 - St. Paul, MN (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Leo Kottke
Ordway Theater
St. Paul, MN
Digital Soundboard

SBD > ? > CD-R (trade) > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You !

Disc 1:
01. Airproofing
02. Eggtooth Part 1
03. Eggtooth Part 2
xx. "Playing Vertically"
04. Ojo
05. I Yell At Traffic
06. Times Twelve
xx. "Car Mechanic"
07. Why Can't You Fix My Car?
xx. BJ
08. Rings
xx. "Astor Piazolla / Charles Schmidt"
09. William Powell 

Disc 2:
01. Ice Fields
02. My Aunt Francis
03. Eight Miles High
04. "Buell Neidlinger"
05. Everybody Lies
06. Back In Buffalo
xx. "Creativity Begins With Lies"
07. June Bug
08. The Train And The Gate >
xx. Vaseline Machine Gun
09. Pamela Brown

Geetarz Comments: 
A beautiful soundboard, and a personal Geetarz' "Top 10 Favorite Kottke Show".

Led Zeppelin - Toasted 1980 Soundboard Set (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Led Zeppelin - Toasted 1980 Soundboard Set (1989)
Toasted/Condor Records
Soundboard recordings

Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard.
Source: Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium June 20 '80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case.


Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard.
Source: Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium June 20 '80 except (*)Bremen Stadthalle, Bremen, Germany June 23 '80 and (**)Eissporthalle Jaffestrasse, Berlin, Germany July 7' 80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case.


Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard.
Source: Frankfurt Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany June 30 '80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case.


Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard. On Whole Lotta Love That's The Way is played backwards during it starting in the middle of the theramin battle and ending before the start of Frankfurt Special.
Source: Frankfurt Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany June 30 '80 except (*)Bremen Stadthalle, Bremen, Germany June 23 '80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case. (+)with the special guest of Phil Carson. 


Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard.
Source: Eissporthalle Jaffestrasse, Berlin, Germany July 7 '80 except (*)Ahoy, Rotterdam, Holland June 21 '80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case. 


Recording: Excellent stereo soundboard.
Source: Eissporthalle Jaffestrasse, Berlin, Germany July 7 '80.
Comments: US bootleg. Deluxe jewel case. 

Silver CD's > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAC > tracker > HD > Audacity lossless test > HC

CD 1 - Platinum (Condor 1982)
Brussels, Belgium, June 20, 1980

1. Train Kept A Rollin'
2. Nobody's Fault But Mine
3. Black Dog
4. In The Evening
5. The Rain Song
6. Hot Dog
7. All My Love
8. Trampled Underfoot
9. Since I've Been Loving You

CD 2 - Straitjacket (Condor 1983)
Brussels, Belgium, June 20, 1980

1. Achilles Last Stand
2. White Summer
3. Kashmir
4. Stairway To Heaven
5. Rock & Roll
6. Trampled Underfoot*
7. Whole Lotta Love**
8. Train Kept A Rollin'*

*Bremen June 23, 1980
** Berlin July 7, 1980

CD 3 - Moonlight" (Condor 1984)
Frankfurt, Germany, June 30, 1980

1. Train Kept A Rollin'
2. Nobodys Fault But Mine
3. Black Dog
4. In The Evening
5. The Rain Song
6. Hot Dog
7. All My Love
8. Trampled Underfoot
9. Since I've Been Loving You

CD 4 - Dinosaur (Condor 1985)
Frankfurt, Germany, June 30, 1980

1. Achilles Last Stand
2. White Summer / Black Mountain Side
3. Kashmir
4. All My Love*
5. Stairway To Heaven
6. Rock and Roll
7. Money
8. Whole Lotta Love 

* Bremen, June 23, 1980

CD 5 - Final Touch (Condor 1998)
Berlin, Germany, July 7, 1980

1. Train Kept A Rollin'
2. Nobody's Fault But Mine
3. Black Dog
4. In The Evening
5. The Rain Song
6. Hot Dog
7. All My Love
8. Stairway To Heaven*
9. Heartbreaker*

*Rotterdam June 21, 1980

CD 6 - Last Stand (Condor 1999)
Berlin, Germany, July 7, 1980

1. Trampled Underfoot
2. Since I've Been Loving You
3. White Summer
4. Kashmir
5. Stairway To Heaven
6. Rock And Roll

Led Zeppelin - 1970-03-10 - Hamburg, DE (AUD/FLAC) "Hamburger Helper"

(Audience FLAC)

Led Zeppelin - "Hamburger Helper"
Hamburg Musikhalle

Remastered Audience Recording, (A Group/Personal Project)

2nd Gen > CD-R (2) > EAC > WAV > Remaster > Flac (Level.8, Align On SBE'S) > Flac (Tracks Tested With TLH, No Errors Occured)

This is a group/personal project by those guys that know that are "More metal than you'll ever be", The 7th Son, Joel, Porgie, Mark, and Acapulco gold. We hope that everyone who chooses to pick this up will enjoy the work we've done, and share it, and pass it along to others, or just pass, the choice is yours. This is not meant to be a "definitive" recording.

Cheers and thanks go out to:
- The taper for taping and sharing their recording with everyone in the community, if you're out there and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy the work that we've done.
- My mate Porgie for all his help and input on the recording, always appreciate your help mate.
- My mate Mark for putting together the artwork for this release, thanks again for all your help mate.

Disc One:
1) We're Gonna Groove
2) I Can't Quit You Baby (Has A Brief Tape Cut At The End Of The Song)
3) Dazed And Confused (Has A Brief Tape Cut Near Middle Of song, And Brief Cut At End Of Song)
4) Heartbreaker (Includes: "Livin',Lovin',Maid" (Tease), Brief Cut At End Of song )
5) White Summer/Black Mountain Side (Brief Tape Cut At End Of Song)
6) Since I've Been Loving You (Song Cuts In slightly)

Disc Two:
1) Organ Solo (Cuts In Slightly)
2) Thank You (Cuts Out, Cut, Incomplete Song)
3) What Is And what Should Never Be (Cuts In Slightly)
4) Moby Dick
5) How Many More Times (Medley) (Has A Few Tape Bumps And Fluxes)
- The Hunter
- Boogie Chillen
- Move On Down The Line
- Trucking Little Mama/High Flyin' Mama
- Rollin And Tumblin'
- Down By The River
- Travelling Riverside Blues
- Long Distance Call
- The Lemon Song
6) Whole Lotta Love

Disc One: Tracks 1 to 6
Disc Two: Tracks 7 to 12

I'd like to start off my notes by quoting a eview about the performance from because I feel he has summed up the performance nicely:

Another one of the really good shows from the 1970 European tour. Robert's voice is amazing as always in 1970 and the band plays some really intense music.
Jimmy's quiet riff intro to Heartbreaker before leading the band in full force is quite dramatic and the not yet recorded Since I've Been Loving You is very passionate and intense.
Dazed And Confused is very compact and played brilliantly, especially by Jimmy, whose playing is fast and fluid in front of the wall of rhythm created by Jones and Bonham.
The How Many More Times medley is great and Robert leads the band through a pastiche of great oldies before closing the show with a great, 1970 pre-medley version of the sole encore Whole Lotta Love. What makes this recording so exciting it is a only known live rendition to Living Loving Maid. Just right after the last notes of Heartbreaker Plant segued into "With a purple umbrella ..." lyrics but shortly after he said: "I think we're all getting a bit loose!" We know he hated that one so this recording is so exciting for making listening to this song live!

To echo some of the statements that are posted on Argenteumastrum, this show is indeed an excellent performance and recording, it starts out a little rough at the beginning (smoothes out by the time you get to "I Can't Quit You Baby"), and has some brief moments of distortion, but is an overall enjoyable performance.

The recording sounds like it was taped at a slight distance from the stage, but the taped was indeed able to capture all the instruments evenly, with a nice balance.

This recording kind of reminds me of Raleigh, (4-8-70), because both recordings were taped at a distance from the stage, both have a slight echo to them, and a sort of sharpness to the instruments (like the drums). I remember reading in posts about the Raleigh performance that the sharpness in the sound quality is due to the venue having concrete floors, it's possible that the sharpness in the Hamburg tape is also due to the venue having concrete floors as well.

What we've done to make this project:
- We tried to balance the instruments in the recording as best we could. Originally the bass and cymabals were the most dominant instruments on the tape.
- We've tried to reduce some of the distortion that was on the recording as best we could.
- We've tried to bring out some of the acoustics of the venue to try and capture the experience of being there as best we could.
- We've tried to bring out things that were buried in the recording like crowd comments, and cheers.
- We've tried to reduce tape hiss as best we could.

Notes about the title:
For those that may wonder why we chose such an odd, (or what some might consider to be "corny") name like "Hamburger Helper" for the title of our project, I'll try to explain how we came up with the title, and why we stuck with it.
For every Zeppelin project we work on, we always try to come up with a title that somehow references that show.
It could be something to do with the culture of that part of the world, something to do with their history, or sometimes we just use a Plantation from that show.
For this particular performance, we had a bit of trouble coming up with a suitable,and catchy title.
We did research on both German, and Hamburg's history to try and find something we could make reference to, and we did find somethings of interest, like Hamburg was severely bombed during WWII, and the British occupied the city during the war, giving us the idea to call the show "British Occupation", but it didn't really pack the punch we wanted.
We then dug into pop culture references involving Germany, and we found a few things there too, but nothing really panned out there either.
So when those options didn't work, we then tried to see if we could draw influence from something that Plant said during the show, and that turned out to be a bigger source of inspiration then what we found in German history.
Plant makes a couple of great Plantations during this show that we could've used for a title (i.e: "It's Very Naughty To Be Nice"), but there was a plantation during the show that got the ball rolling for the final title choice.
During the show, Plant asks "Is that guy selling Hamburgers?", and that just kind of got the ball rolling on us coming up with "Hamburger Helper".
The great thing about Zeppelin, and the bootlegs is that you can have fun with them, the band never really took themselves too seriously, so you can improvise with things like title names, you just can't do that with other bands (i.e: Pink Floyd), because they take themselves too seriously.

Led Zeppelin - 1963-1988 - Cabala (VAR/FLAC)

(Various FLAC)

8CD's covering Zed Zeppelin and relevent pre-Led Zeppelin material, dating from roughly 1963 through 1988. Quality is variable, but all very listenable.

It's an interesting set to listen to, if only for Jonseys bass line during CD7's ALL MY LOVE from 1977! You get a good idea of what preceeded and helped dirct them early on along with an intersting sample of some of their best songs, and chunk of rare and obscure tracks and takes.


Disc One: 
01. I’m Confused
Was one of the first numbers Led Zeppelin added to their set after beginning their career as the New Yardbirds. They soon changed the name of the song to “Dazed and Confused”. This version was recorded in 1968 at the Anderson Theater for one of Page's final performances with The Yardbirds. 

02. Train Kept A Rollin’
Was another song Zeppelin played during their first American Tour in 1969. The track was recorded live in New York in 1968 with Jimmy Page and The Yardbirds. 

03. She Just Satisfies
Is the first solo release from James Patrick Page. Originally released in 1965 under the name of Jimmy Page, this record is now incredibly scarce. The song was written and produced by Page. The track features Jimmy on all the instruments and lead vocals. 

04. Keep Movin’
An R&B instrumental is the B-side to 21-year old Jimmy Page’s first solo release. The single was issued only in England on Fontana Records. 

05. You Better Run
Is the first recording featuring a 19-year old Robert Anthony Plant. The single was released in 1966 and issued under the name of Plant’s group Listen. The track is a cover version of a Rascals tune which was later recorded by Pat Benatar. 

06. Everybody’s Gonna Say
Is the B-side to Robert Plant’s first solo single. The band originally called themselves The Tennessee Teens, but changed their name to Listen. This is the first track crediting Robert Plant as songwriter. 

07. Our Song
Was Robert Plant’s first solo single issued under his own name. The single was released only in England in mid-1967. 

08. Long Time Coming
Was the third and final Robert Plant solo release before joining Led Zeppelin. The track was recorded by The Band of Joy in late-1967. The group included a 19-year old drummer named John Henry Bonham. 

09. I’ve Got A Secret
Is the B-side to the Band of Joy’s only recording. This track also features John “Bonzo” Bonham on drums.

10. Goodnight Sweet Josephine
Was the A-side to the Yardbirds final recording with Page. The song has never appeared on any Yardbirds album and features Jimmy’s first experiments with a phased guitar. 

11. Think About It
Is the B-side to The Yardbirds last single. Released in 1968, the track was never included on any album and is quite scarce. If you listen to Page’s guitar solo, you’ll hear where he got the idea for the middle of “Dazed and Confused”. 

12. Hey Hey What Can I Do
Is the only track Led Zeppelin released as a single, but never included on any of their LP’s. The song was originally released as a B-side to “The Immigrant Song”. 

13. Psychodasies
Is one of three Yardbirds tracks featuring Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page on guitars. This track has never been released in America, or included on any Yardbirds album. 

14. Happenings Ten Years Times Ago
Was the first Yardbirds track to feature both Beck and Page on dual lead guitar. 

15. Stroll On
Was the only Yardbirds track specifically recorded for a film. The song was intended for the 1967 movie “Blow Up”. The cut is basically “Train Kept A Rollin’” with different lyrics. The tune includes both Beck and Page on guitars. 

16. My Babe Left Me
Is one of the earliest recording sessions featuring Jimmy Page on guitar. The single written by Arthur Cruddop is a remake of an Elvis Presley Sun records classic. The track was recorded in early 1963 with Dave Berry and the Cruisers. 

17. A Certain Girl
Recorded by The First Gear features Page on guitar in 1964. The tune was popular with the British groups of the era including The Yardbirds, who also recorded it with Eric Clapton. 

18. Leave My Kitten Alone
Is the B-side to “A Certain Girl”. It’s an outstanding British pop record. In 1964 the song was recorded by several British bands including the Beatles. The session was produced by Shel Talmy who also produced records for The Kinks and The Who. 

19. Surprise Surprise
Was recorded by Page in 1965. The record was released by Lulu and The Luvvers. The track is a cover version of an often overlooked Rolling Stones number. Lulu later went on to fame as a pop singer with songs like “To Sir With Love”, but she began her career as an R&B singer with Page backing her up on guitar. (Godwin states that Lulu is not performing this version) 

20. How Do You Feel
Was one of the final recordings featuring Page as a session guitarist. Recorded in 1966 by The Primitives, this track captures the true raw sound and feel of British rock bands of the era. 

21. Jim’s Blues
Was released on an album by PJ Proby “Three Week Hero”. It was the first record including all the members of Led Zeppelin. The album was recorded several months before “Led Zeppelin I”. 

22. Traveling Riverside Blues
Was originally recorded for “Led Zeppelin II”. For some unknown reason, the track remained an unreleased outtake for over twelve years. You Shook Me – no details given 

23. The Girl I Love
no details given (ed: later appeared on official release “BBC Sessions” as “The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair”) 

(Tracks 22-24 London June 16, 1969) 

Disc Two: 
Recorded live at the BBC Studios, London during 1969 session (London June 16, 1969) 
1. Whole Lotta Love 
2. Something Else 

Recorded live at the Fillmore West, Jan. 9, 1969 
3. You Can’t Judge a Book By the Cover (Killing Floor) 
4. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You 
5. Pat’s Delight 

Recorded live at The Texas International Pop Festival, Aug. 31, 1969 
6. How Many More Times Jam 
7. Communication Breakdown 

Recorded live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, July 6, 1969 (Actual source Fillmore West, April 27, 1969) 
8. As Long As I Have You Jam 

Disc Three: 
Recorded live at Dorten Auditorium, Raleigh, North Carolina April 7, 1970 
1. Organ Solo/Thank You 
2. Bring It On Home 

“The Making of Friends” rehearsal recorded with the Bombay Symphony Orchestra, Bombay 1970 (March 1972) 
3. Making of Friends I 
4. Making of Friends II 

Recorded at Hedley Grange, Hampshire, during 1970 sessions 
5. That’s The Way 
6. Friends 
7. Hey Hey What Can I Do 
8. Instrumental Jam (with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page) 

Recorded live at Playhouse Theatre, London, March 25, 1971 (April 1, 1971) 
9. Immigrant Song 
10. Heartbreaker 
11. Black Dog 
12. Stairway to Heaven 
13. Goin’ To California 

Disc Four: 
Recorded live in London at Playhouse Theatre, March 25, 1971 (April 1, 1971) 
1. That’s The Way 
2. What Is and What Should Never Be 

Recorded live at Olympic Studios, London 20/25 March, 1972 
3. That’s the Way 
4. Blues Medley 
5. Since I’ve Been Loving You 

Recorded live at Olympic Studios May 1972 
6. That’s the Way 
7. Blues Medley 
8. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
9. No Quarter (instrumental rehearsal) 
10. No Quarter (final take) 

Recorded live in London during 1973 World Tour (Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973) 
11. Dazed and Confused 
12. Celebration Day 

Disc Five: 
Recorded live in Mobile, Alabama, ‘73 (Actual source Essen March 22, 1973) 
1. Whole Lotta Love 

Recorded live at “The Forum”, June 3, 1973, Los Angeles, CA 
2. Dancing Days 

Recorded live in Europe during ’73 Tour (Actual source Fort Worth May 19, 1973) 
3. The Song Remains The Same 
4. Rain Song 

Lucifer Rising Recorded live in November ’73 at Boleskine House, Lochness. (Godwin doubts source or even if this is Jimmy Page) 
5. The Light Bearer 
6. Take Two 
7. Take Three 
8. Take Four 
9. Take Five 
10. Take Six 
11. Take Seven 
12. Take Eight 

Disc Six: 
Recorded live during sound check at Metropolitan Sport Center, Jan. 17, 1975 (Actual source Chicago July 6, 1973) 
1. Schooldays 
2. Nadine 
3. Around and Around 
4. Move on Down the Line 
5. Love Me Like a Hurricane 
6. Move It 
7. Dynamite 
8. Shakin’ All Over 
9. Hungry For Love 
10. I’ll Never Get Over You 
11. Reelin’ and Rockin’ 
12. Strawberry Jam I 
13. Strawberry Jam II 
14. Wanton Song 
15. The Rover I 
16. The Rover II 
17. Night Flight I 
18. Night Flight II 
19. Night Flight III 

Recorded live at Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, March 4, 1975 
20. Rock and Roll 
21. Sick Again 
22. Over the Hills and Far Away 

Recorded live at L.A. Forum, June 24, 1977, Los Angeles, CA (June 25, 1977) 
23. In My Time of Dying 

Disc Seven: 
Recorded live at Polar Studios, Stockholm 1977 (November 1978) 
1. All My Love 

Recorded live at Richfield Coliseum, Apr. 28, 1977, Cleveland, Ohio (April 27, 1977) 
2. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
3. Ten Years Gone 
4. Black Country Woman 
5. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 

Zurich June 29, 1980 
6. White Summer 
7. Kashmir 
8. Trampled Underfoot 
9. Achilles Last Stand 

Recorded live in Frankfurt during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 30, 1980) 
10. Money 

Recorded live in Rotterdam during Tour Over Europe 1980 (June 21, 1980) 
11. Hot Dog 

Recorded live in Zurich, June 29, 1980 
12. Train Kept-A-Rollin’ 
13. Nobody’s Fault But Mine 

Disc Eight: 
Recorded live in Brussels, June 20, 1980 
1. Whole Lotta Love 
2. Kashmir 

Recorded live at the 40th Anniversary of Atlantic Records, NY 1988 (May 14, 1988) 
3. Heartbreaker 
4. Whole Lotta Love 
5. Misty Mountain Hop 
6. Stairway to Heaven 

The Last Concert at Eissporthalle Berlin, July 7, 1980 
7. Black Dog 
8. In the Evening 
9. Rain Song 
10. Since I’ve Been Loving You 
11. Rock and Roll 

The Who - 2015-06-28 - Pilton, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

The Who
Pyramid Stage
Glastonbury Festival
Worthy Farm

Sunday 28 June 2015

HD Satellite Feed provided by SISLive > 11104 V 5000 @ Eutelsat 12 West A (12.5w) > TBS6983 > DVBDream v2.4b > .ts > ConvertX to DVD5 > TMPG > DVD

PAL:720 x 576 - Widescreen 16:9 - 25fps - Around 9000kbps

Stereo - 384kbps

01 - Who Are You
02 - The Seeker
03 - The Kids Are Alright
04 - I Can See for Miles
05 - My Generation
06 - Pictures of Lily
07 - Behind Blue Eyes
08 - Bargain
09 - Join Together
10 - You Better You Bet

01 - Love, Reign O'er Me
02 - Eminence Front
03 - Amazing Journey
04 - Sparks
05 - Pinball Wizard
06 - See Me, Feel Me
07 - Baba O'Riley
08 - Band Intros
09 - Won't Get Fooled Again
10 - Thank You So Much

With many people unable to play the raw .ts file I found some software which converted the single file to VIDEO_TS format. Took a couple of attempts to transfer but eventually was able to convert.
The resulting VIDEO_TS file was loaded into TMPG to add a menu and chapters.

Bruce Springsteen - 1978-09-20 - Passaic, NJ (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 
"Live In Passaic - September 20th 1978" 
Capitol Theatre 
Passaic, NJ 
September 20, 1978 
JEMS Archive/Brucevideos 

New Video Source/2011 transfer: production Beta cassette > restored Sony Betamax > uncompressed video capture (image stabilization, timebase correction, etc.) > Adobe Premiere > Auto Color / Crop filters > MPEG2 @ average 7.7mbps > MPEG Video Wizard > DVD Lab Pro 

New Audio Source/2011 transfer: 1/2-track, 15 IPS master soundboard reels (baked for playback) > azimuth-adjusted playback on professional reel to reel > 24/96 capture > down sample > Sound Forge 9 (resample to 48k, time stretch filter for sync, compression, eq) 

Disc 1 (dual layer) 
01 - Good Rockin' Tonight 
02 - Badlands 
03 - Spirit In The Night 
04 - Darkness On The Edge Of Town 
05 - Independence Day 
06 - The Promised Land 
07 - Prove It All Night 
08 - It's My Life 
09 - Thunder Road 
10 - Jungleland 
11 - Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town 
12 - Fire 
13 - Candy's Room 
14 - Because The Night 
15 - Point Blank 
16 - Kitty's Back 

Disc 2 
01 - Incident On 57th Street 
02 - Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) 
03 - Born To Run 
04 - Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 
05 - Detroit Medley 
06 - Twist And Shout 

The classic revisited. Along with the pro-shot recordings from the Capital Centre 1978 and 1980, the in-house, black-and-white video from the second night at the Capitol Theatre has been beloved by fans and collectors for more than 30 years and with good reason. Recorded one day after the famous Piece De Resistance radio broadcast, 9/20 in another special show with a looser vibe (the pressure of playing for his entire northeast fanbase on the live broadcast was lifted) and a few key setlist changes, among them "Incident on 57th Street." 

While the 9/20 video has circulated among fans almost since the day it was recorded, a number of factors have conspired to undermine its quality. First, there's the inherent problem of analog video, which loses quality with each successive generation. The master tapes for the Capitol Theater were supposedly recorded on a 3/4-inch, U-matic tape format, good for its time, but mediocre compared to the formats that followed. Then there's the camera problem. 

The cameras at Capitol Theatre employed auto-exposure control, and, as the veteran video technician who handled this transfer explains, "With those cameras, if the light got low, the cameras would automatically increase gain. But the gain would be the overall output, including blacks and sync. That's why it gets washed out. The black level is increasing. Cameras today don't do that." If you saw the recent sample from this show posted by Wolfgang's Vault, you saw the problem in spades. (And if you're asking, who knows if WV's promised future remastered version of the show will be an upgrade, but since it will only ever be available as a web stream it doesn't really matter). 

Couple the camera issue with inferior consumer video tape formats and bad analog transfer chains, and it is no wonder that the best circulating copy (generally considered to be the MilesHai version) is awash in gray, with significant loss of detail, especially from the camera at the foot of the stage. At times, Bruce's face is completely blown out. 

To the best of our knowledge, no circulating copy of the 9/20 video comes from a verified generation and this copy is no exception. However, there are two good reasons to believe this is the lowest-generation copy to be converted to DVD. First, the source is a production Beta tape acquired circa 1978-79. Second, an A-B comparison of the uncompressed transfer shows considerably more detail and contrast than previous versions. The result is a materially better picture. The auto-exposure effects can't be fixed, but there is a very watchable result. 

Pete took the uncompressed transfer, and utilized Adobe Premiere's Auto Color filter to reduce the impact of the auto-exposure effects. The result is a substantial improvement, particularly to that camera at the foot of the stage. The video was gently compressed to fit onto two DVDs (one DVD-9/dual layer and one standard DVD). 

But not before he painstakingly synced a brand new soundboard audio source to the video to improve both sound and picture. A couple of minor patches from the video soundtrack aside, the new audio is sourced from actual master reels recorded the night of the show. The Darkness tour may never have sounded this good before. 

The new audio source does offer some previously missing bits - "Thunder Road" is now complete, and while "Jungleland" and "Incident" are still cut on the video, the audio is complete and included here. Two patches to the audio were required, the start of "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" and the end of "Twist And Shout". Both utilize the original video audio. 

This project has been one of our most ambitious to date, from tracking down the new video and audio sources, to baking the reels, to getting a very old Beta tape to track properly, to hours upon hours of work syncing the audio by Pete (thanks for partnering on this sir; we couldn't have done it without you). We hope you enjoy and appreciate the upgrade. Samples/screen grabs provided. 

Butterking for JEMS

Jethro Tull - 1984-10-28 - Passaic, NJ (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Special show added during the tour and recorded by MTV (which used 3-4 songs). Setlist was apparently the same as other shows at this point in the tour, Under Wraps (intro), Locomotive Breath (inst. intro)/Hunting Girl, Under Wraps, Later That Same Evening, Nobody's Car, Fly By Night, Thick As A Brick, Skating Away..., Clasp, Living In The Past (inst.), Serenade To A Cuckoo, Fat Man, Instrumental, Black Sunday, Songs From The Wood, Minstrel In The Gallery, My Sunday Feeling, Aqualung, Locomotive Breath, Too Old To Rock'N'Roll, Thick as a Brick (reprise)

01 - Under Wraps
02 - Locomotive Breath (instrumental) / Hunting Girl
03 - Under Wraps
04 - Later, That Same Evening
05 - Nobody's Car
06 - Fly By Night
07 - Thick As A Brick
08 - Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day
09 - Clasp
10 - Living In The Past
11 - Serenade To A Cuckoo
12 - Banter
13 - Fat Man
14 - Instrumental
15 - Black Sunday
16 - Songs From The Wood
17 - My Sunday Feeling
18 - Aqualung
19 - Locomotive Breath
20 - Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll, Too Young To Die/Thick as a Brick reprise

Bonus Track
Ian Anderson Interview

Anyway I have checked through the site and I cannot see any live torrents of this show plus as I didn't have it before so reckon it might be something new please excuse me if that's not the case.artwork included.THE SET LIST ON THE BACK ARTWORK IS INCORRECT fails to mention My Sunday Feeling & Thick as a Brick (reprise).

Also there is an extra bonus track at the end of disc two which is an Ian Anderson interview origin's unknown but it's not part of the actual show lasts approx 20mins I have decided to leave it in as it was part of the torrent you decide if you want it or not.

Walter Trout - 2015-08-01 - Wilmington, DE (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Walter Trout 
Riverfront Blues Fest 
Wilmington, Delaware 
August 1, 2015 

Source: Zoom H5 > Audacity > Trader's Little Helper 
Recorded and transferred by Toddjun 

Walter Trout - Guitar & Vocals 
Sammy Avila - Keyboards & Vocals 
Johnny Griparic - Bass 
Michael Leasure - Drums 

01 Introduction
02 Help Me
03 I'm Back
04 Say Goodbye to the Blues
05 talking
06 Life in the Jungle
07 talking
08 The Blues Came Callin
09 talking
10 I Feel Like I'm Wasting Away
11 talking
12 Blues for My Baby
13 Rock Me Baby *
14 Catfish Blues
15 Band Intro > encore break
16 Going Down *

* w Jon Trout

Recorded from the front row center right

Neil Young - 2016-10-08 - Indio, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Neil Young
Live at Coachella Fairgrounds
"Desert Trip"
Indio, CA
October 8, 2016

Genre: Rock
Audience Tape: A- (Festival, Crowd Noise)
Mikes: Schoeps mk4 > Actives > NBox Platinum>
Recorder: Sony M-10
Transfer: Goldwave (Volume Boost, Compression > Dither to 16b) > Media Monkey (Flac Transfer L8)
Location: Left Center
Recorded by Scooter123
Tapers Trade List:

01. After the Gold Rush
02. Heart of Gold
03. Comes a Time
04. On the Weekend
05. Human Highway
06. Neighborhood
07. Show Me
08. Banter
09. Harvest Moon
10. Banter
11. Words
12. Walk On
13. Banter
14. Texas Rangers
15. Powderfinger
16. Down By the River
17. Seed Justice
18. Peace Trail
19. Banter
20. Welfar Mothers
21. Rockin in the Free World

TT: 1:49

Tapers Notes: 
With an average age of 70, the performances were sometimes uneven, but Neil Young was a stand out. What was odd was the fact that Neil Young's stage set up was conceptual on an epic scale with six large Native American tepees placed the full length of the stage, and a burlap-colored backdrop labeled with the words "Seeds of Life," "Organic" and "Indio, CA." His set began with a flash of an old Indian chief TV test pattern on the big screens as two women in overalls walked the stage throwing seeds to the floor. The central event in Young's set was an explosive "Down by the River," clocking in at over 22 minutes.

John McLaughlin, Al DiMeola, Paco DeLucia - 1981-08-30 - St. Goarshausen, DE (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

John McLaughlin
Al DiMeola
Paco DeLucia:

Video Source: Rockpalast WDR German TV broadcast(on 03rd July 1994)
Taper: Axel himself
Video Bitrate: DVD1: 7254 to 7355 kb/s, DVD2: 6545 to 6597 kb/s
Frame rate: VBR at 25.000 frames
Pictures: 4:3 (all this and more was said by GSpot)
DVD Author: AODPPSS ~ Axel himself
DVD format: PAL
Region: 0, playable worldwide, if not it's up to your equipment

Audio Source: Rockpalast WDR German TV broadcast(see above)
Lineage: see below
Taper: Axel himself
Audio Codec: AC3 (GSpot strikes again)
Audio bitrate: 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz  256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)

Rockpalast WDR German TV broadcast(see above) > Nokia satellite bowl > Pace satellite TV receiver > via Scart cable > Akai VCR(SP mode) > BASF 240min master VHS > playback on LG VCR > via Scart cable > Panasonic stand alone DVD recorder(DVD1: 1h14min and DVD2: 1h22min flexible time mode) > Sony 2DVD- set on HD

DVD with menue and scattered chapters
note: black bottom part of DVD2's menue has no influence on video itself
File size: 7.97GB(DVD1: 3.97GB, DVD2: 4.00GB)

John McLaughlin: acoustic Guitar
Al DiMeola: acoustic Guitar
Paco DeLucia: acoustic Guitar

Rockpalast Open Air, Loreley, St. Goarshausen, Germany, 30th August 1981

DVD1: (73:35min)
00) Announcement by Alan Bangs

John McLaughlin
01) One Melody ~
02) My Foolish Heart

Al DiMeola
03) Casino ~
04) Electric Rendezvous ~
05) Violin Sonata ~
06) Moonglow

Paco De Lucia
07) Monasterio De Sal
08) Montino

John McLaughlin & Al DiMeola
09) Short Tales Of The Black Forest

John McLaughlin & Paco De Lucia
10) Manitas D'Oro ~
11) Frevo Rasgado

Al DiMeola & Paco De Lucia
12) Mediterranean Sundance ~
13) Rio Ancho

DVD2: (82:00min)
John McLaughlin, Al DiMeola & Paco DeLucia
14) Tres Hermanos (a.k.a. Chanela)
15) Solo Quiero Caminar
16) Spain
17) Fantasia Suite

18) Splendido Sundance
19) Guardian Angel
20) Morning Of The Carnival

Length: 155:35min

Eric Clapton - 1974-1975 - One of the Hilarious Show (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

This is a Clapton compilation called "One of the Hilarious Show." geetarz posted this upload in Sept. '10. He remarked, "The West Palm Beach show alone is worth the price of admission (which is free, by the way!) ... Amazing - EC and band performing The Who's 'I Can't Explain' (with Keith Moon). As to EC's performance of 'Badge,' it's one of 'those' shows. 'Mabel? MABEL? Fuckin' MABEL? Never heard of her...' This is a fun one!" 

The compilation "Booze Brothers" has two other tunes from the West Palm Beach date: Every Night About This Time & I Shot the Sheriff (which precede the band intros). 

The complete San Diego date is found on "San Diego Seventy Five," though I think the sound seems muffled by comparison. 

Eric Clapton 
(various venues & locations)* 
(various dates)* 

Source: Liberated bootleg "One of the Hilarious Show" [Slunky 06 A/B] > EAC v.0.99 Prebeta 4 (secure) > FLAC (level 6). 

CD 1: 
01. (band introductions) 
02. I Can't Explain (with Keith Moon) 
03. Badge 
04. Smile 
05. Sail On Honey Bee 
06. Mainline Florida 
07. Tell the Truth 
08. Eyesight to the Blind (with Carlos Santana) 

CD 2: 
01. Let it Grow 
02. Can't Find My Way Home 
03. Crossroads (slow blues version) 
04. Tell the Truth 
05. Little Wing (with Carlos Santana) 
06. Eyesight to the Blind (with Carlos Santana) 

Total time = 133:13 

*CD 1, tracks 01-06 were recorded at the West Palm Beach International Raceway, West Palm Beach, FL, on August 4, 1974. 

CD 1, tracks 07-08 were recorded at Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO, on July 11, 1975. 

CD 2, all tracks were recorded at the Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, on August 16, 1975. 

The Rolling Stones - 1981-12-18 - Hampton, VA (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

The Rolling Stones
Hampton '81
Hampton Road Colliseum, VA,
December 18th, 1981
Tattoo You Tour
(Keiths Birthday)

PPV Broadcast > ? > Jointrip Motion Pictures > Purchased at Record Show > Copy to HD > Traders Little Helper for MD5 > Gspot for stats

Video System: NTSC 29.97
Video Bitrate: 6353
Video Format: 4:3 - 720X480
Audio Codec: LPCM

Disc One
01 - Take The "A" Train
02 - Under My Thumb
03 - When The Whip Comes Down
04 - Let's Spend The Night Together
05 - Shattered
06 - Neighbors
07 - Black Limousine
08 - Just My Imagination
09 - Tenty Flight Rock
10 - Going To a Go-Go
11 - Let Me Go
12 - Time Is On My Side
13 - Beast of Burden
14 - Waiting on a Friend
15 - Let It Bleed

Disc Two
01 - Mick
02 - You Can't Always Get What You Want
03 - Band Intros
04 - Happy Birthday Keith
05 - Little T&A
06 - Tumbling Dice
07 - She's So Cold
08 - Hang Fire
09 - Miss You
10 - Honky Tonk Woman
11 - Brown Sugar
12 - Start Me Up
13 - Jumpin' Jack Flash
14 - Satisfaction
15 - Star-Spangled Banner
16 - Hail Hail Rock N' Roll

Running Time: 190 minutes approx.

The noteriety of this show is that when the band began the encore, "Satisfaction", thousands of balloons were released and a fan, taking advantage of the confusion, ran past security and onto the stage, directly at Keith Richards, who proved that they don't call guitars "Axes" for nothing! The best part is that Keith nails the guy with a Telecaster, then puts it back on and keeps playing!

T-Rex - 1974-10-08 - Long Beach, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Date: 1974-10-08
Venue: (hothcanada - BONG) "Don Kirchner's Rock Concert" 

Long Beach, CA
Sets: 26min
Media: DVDR
Number: 1
Source: tv brdcst > Beta > avt-8710 > sa (XP) > DVD Lab 

Pro 2.5 > dvdr > torrent
Quality: A-

Broadcast date : 1975-01-22

01 Jeepster
02 Zip Gun Boogie
03 Token Of My Love
04 Get It On


Tom Jones - 2009-06-28 - Glastonbury, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

BBC HD - PAL Widescreen Proshot DVD 
Source : Sky Digital Broadcast - BBC HD - Rebroadcast 6th August 2009
Captured : Downscaled by Panasonic Standalone DVD recorder to make DVD compatible.
Picture : PAL 16:9 (Widescreen) 25fp/s 720x576  Around 9Mbps
Sound : Dolby Digital 2.0 384 kbps (Stereo)
Lineage : Sky Digital > Panasonic DVDR > PC > DVD
Menued and authored using TMPGenc4

01. Introduction
02. Hard To Handle
03. Help Yourself
04. Give A Little Love
05. Green Green Grass Of Home
06. Delilah
07. I’ll Never Fall In Love Again
08. If He Ever Should Leave You
09. Mama Told Me Not To Come
10. St James Infirmary
11. She’s A Lady
12. What’s New Pussycat
13. You Can Keep Your Hat On
14. Sex Bomb
15. It’s Not Unusual
16. Kiss
17. Unbelievable

Miles Davis - 1985-07-07 - Perugia, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Miles Davis
Umbria Jazz, Stadio Curri, Perugia, Italy

TV(VHS)>DVD recorder>DVD>DVD Decypter>HDD>TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.6

PAL 25 fps, I/L TFF, 4:3 (720 x 576), MPEG2 9200 kbps (average)

MPEG-1 Layer 2, CBR, 48000Hz, 192 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0) (GSpot)

Miles Davis live at Umbria Jazz 1985

Miles Davis - trumpet, keyboards
Darryl Jones - bass
Vince Wilburn Jr. - drums
Steve Thornton - percussion
John Scofield - guitar
Bob Berg - soprano sax, tenor sax
Robert Irving III - keyboards

01 - Introduction
02 - One Phone Call > Street Scenes
03 - Speak
04 - Star People
05 - Maze
06 - Human Nature
07 - Somethings On Your Mind
08 - Time After Time

Total run time: 00:55:23

Santana - 1987-04-06 - Berlin, DE (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Santana Live At Palast der Republik 1987-04-06 FULL SHOW - An Abraxas2's original upload

Pre FM --> Wavelab --> WAV --> FLAC

Carlos Santana (g/perc/vo)
Raul Rekow (perc/vo)
Orestes Vilato (perc/vo)
Alphonso Johnson (b)
Buddy Miles (g/vo)
Chester Thompson (kbd/vo)
Armando Peraza (perc/vo)
Alex Ligertwood (g/vo)
Graham Lear (ds)

CD 1
01 Beat Of My Drum
02 Veracruz
03 Primera Invasion
04 Open Invitation
05 She's Not There / Marbles
06 Incident At Neshabur
07 The World Could Be As One
08 Samba Pa'Ti
09 Songs Of Freedom

CD 2
01 The Healer
02 Super Boogie
03 Texas (a song Buddy used to play with his short lived band FLAG)
04 Them Changes / We Got To Live Together
05 Savor
06 Alphonso Johnson´s bass solo
07 Cavatina
08 Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen
09 Oye Como Va
10 Evil Ways
11 Jingo
12 Once It's Gotcha

CD 3
01 By The Pool
02 Europa
03 Right Now
04 Johnny B. Goode
05 Wild Thing
06 Soul Sacrifice
07 Concierto de Aranjuez / El Mar
08 Before We Go
09 Praise
10 Deeper, Dig Deeper

This is THE PERFORMANCE of Santana, between the greatest ever done in almost 50 years of career. The band was clutch and furious on the Freedom tour and, as you may see here, even tried some Jimi Hendrix and other Buddy work from the 70's. 3 hours of fire, if you haven't got it yet this is your time. I know this show appeared here a couple years ago in 2 different video forms(DVDset and straight broadcast video file), when it was re-broadcasted incomplete by German TV MDR. Recently, I saw an Youtube user put the whole package online, might be a copy of the original broadcast by DDR.

Bonnie Raitt - 1971-03-27 - Syracuse, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bonnie Raitt (Solo Acoustic)
The Jabberwocky Club, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
27 March, 1971 

SB Unknown Lineage > Cassette > M-Audio Transit > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor > Flac

01 Something In the Way She Moves
02 Mighty Tight Woman
03 Bluebird
04 Rollin' And Tumblin'
05 Close Your Eyes
06 Rich Woman Blues
07 Blender Blues
08 In My Reply
09 Kokomo
10 Your Song
11 Talk/Tuning
12 Set You Free This Time
13 Special Delivery (?)//

01 Woodstock
02 Big Road Blues
03 I Aint Blue, Just a Little Bit Lonesome
04 Finest Loving Man
05 Candy Man
06 Walkin' Blues
07 Talk
08 Can I Get a Witness
09 Country Road
10 Can't Find My Way Home
11 Since I fell for You
12 //Love In Vain