martedì 9 agosto 2022

Sammy Hagar - 1983-06-22 - Nashville, TN (pre-FM/FLAC)


(pre-FM FLAC)

Municipal Auditorium

Pre-FM Recording - Westwood One Superstars In Concert #94-24 

Lineage
Pre-FM Silver CD > (?) > CD-r(x) > EAC (secure) > Wav > GoldWave v.5.04 (editing) > TLH > Flac (L8, align on sector boundaries) 

Sammy Hagar - vocals, guitar 
Gary Pihl - guitar, keyboards 
Bill Church - bass 
David Lauser - drums 

01 Westwood One Intro 
02 Three Lock Box 
03 My Baby's On Fire 
04 I Don't Need Love 
05 I Done Everything For You 
06 I'll Fall In Love Again 
07 Heavy Metal 
08 Remember The Heroes 
09 There's Only One Way To Rock 

Total time 35:31 

Ry Cooder - 1972-12-12 - Cleveland, OH (FM/FLAC)




(WMMS FM Broadcast FLAC)

Acoustic solo performance

"Radio Ranch"

lienage
FM > ?gen cass trade > CDwave > Flac

01. Radio Announcement > Talking (1 glitch)
02. Police Dog Blues (Arthur Blake, adapted by Ry Cooder)
03. Tuning > Song Intro
04. Comin' In On A Wing A A Prayer (Harold Adamson & Jimmie McHugh)
05. Tuning > Song Intro
06. Great Dream From Heaven (Joseph Spence)
07. Tuning > Song Intro
08. Clean Up At Home (Sleepy John Estes)
09. Tuning > Song Intro
10. Tattler (Ry Cooder/Russ Titelman/Washington Phillips)
11. You're Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond (Blind Willie Johnson)
12. Radio Announcement > Song Intro
13. F.D.R.In Trinidad (Fitz MacLean)
14. Tuning > Song Intro
15. Floating Bridge (Sleepy John Estes)
16. Billy The Kid (Traditional, arranged by Ry Cooder)
17. Diddy Wah Diddy (Arthur Blake)
18. Dark Was The Night (Cold Was The Ground) (Blind Willie Johnson) (1 drop)
19. Jesus Is On The Mainline (Traditional)
20. Going To Bownsville (Sleepy John Estes)

57.52 min

Rush - 1992-01-30 - Oakland, CA (SBD/SHN)

 

(Soundboard SHN)

Mirrors

Media: 2 CD
Time: 62:53, 63:18
Catalog: Oxygen (OXY 003/4)
Source: Soundboard
Quality: EX+
Date: 01-30-92
Location: Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA

CD1:

01 Force Ten
02 Limelight
03 Freewill
04 Distant Early Warning
04 Time Stand Still
05 Dreamline
06 Bravado
07 Roll the Bones
08 Show Don't Tell
09 The Big Money
10 Ghost of a Chance

CD2
01 Subdivisions
02 The Pass
03 Where's My Thing?
04 The Rhythm Method
05 Closer to the Heart
06 Xanadu
07 Superconductor
08 Tom Sawyer
09 Medley/The Spirit of Radio/2112 Overture/Finding My Way/La Villa Strangiato/Anthem/Red Barchetta/The Spirit of Radio (repise)

Comments and Reviews:

Taken from the Great Rush Bootleg Series:

The single best sounding Rush bootleg. Too bad the show wasn’t as good as the recording! Rush are obviously going through the motions. This was to be Les Claypool’s (of Primus) tape, but some sneaky dude stole it and took off with it at the end of the show. Good for us, but I feel sort of sorry for Les.

Taken from the Rush CD Bootleg List:

Someone else has finally pressed a copy of the Oakland 1992 soundboard. However, unlike most copies, this sounds better than the first "Rush 'N' Roulette '92" CD. The sound is clearer, the vocals more up-front. This is either a closer-to-master copy, or one that has been remastered. It is NOT a copy of the RNR92 cd, as the cds break in different places. This has all the same tracks, and is essentially the same recording as RNR92. The medley, however, is a single track and not indexed individually as RNR92 is. The booklet is also superior, containing several live concert shots (mostly from "Hold Your Fire") and a copy of the Rush Tour Dates Listing (found elsewhere on this web site) "Roll The Bones" section. It was obviously put together by someone who "cared", none of the tracks is mislabeled (and yes, they actually put "The Spirit Of Radio" INSTEAD of "Spirit of the Radio"!!). If you thought RNR92 sounded good, wait till you hear this one! A definite MUST buy (you might want to get it even if you already have RNR92!). If you have a choice between the two cd's, my vote would have to be with Mirrors.

Taken from Ron's Rush ROIO Review:

This is widely regarded as the definitive Rush show -- the legendary Oakland performance. In my opinion, this was the last great tour, featuring a remarkably well-balanced set list. All the RTB songs come alive with extended solos, and long intros or outros. "Bravado" is most notable, with Alex delivering a truly inspired end solo. You can’t listen to the studio album quite the same way after this. This tour also has Neil’s best drum solo to date and the best closing medley, IMHO. A truly excellent soundboard recording. The balance and mix are almost perfect, and you could really believe that this is an official release. The flaws in Rush-n-Roulette ‘92 are corrected here -- there are NO dropouts at all. The sound is also better mixed. The bass on this one will shake your house at high volumes. This CD was obviously a labor of love by a true fan. The booklet has many pictures, and lists every date on the RTB tour. The inside of the CD case lists the dates of all previous tours. If you can find "Mirrors," get it. It is definitely better quality than RNR ‘92.

Roxy Music - 1979-03-31 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Orpheum Theater 
Boston, Mass. U.S.A. 
March 31, 1979 

lineage:
WBCN live broadcast (not pre-recorded) > Sansui 8 reciever > Teac reel deck (unknown model, but almost brand new) > Maxell UD 7" master reel recorded @ 3.3/4 ips > played on Teac 3300 reel deck into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)

Roxy Music 
Bryan Ferry: vocals and keyboards 
Phil Manzanera: guitar 
David Skinner: piano 
Andy Mackay: sax and oboe 
Gary Tibbs: bass 
Paul Thompson: drums

01: stage introduction :33 
02: manifesto 5:29 
03: trash 2:51 
04: a song for Europe 6:57 
05: still falls the rain 4:32 
06: mother of pearl 6:49 
07: out of the blue 5:18 
08: ain't that so 5:58 
09: stronger through the years > ladytron 13:51 
10: in every dream home a heartache 7:46 
11: Casanova 3:47 
12: love is the drug 4:02 
13: editions of you 3:44 
14: remake, remodel 4:12 
15: encore break comments (Mark Parenteau and Tracy Roach) 1:17 
16: Virginia Plain 3:12 
17: do the strand 4:02 (previously 3:45) 
18: radio announcer closing credits 1:43

runtime: 86:09

comments: 
this recording now includes the closing radio comments, along with the whole concert and opening radio comments before that. Roxy had last been to the Orpheum in Boston just about 3 years earlier (for another WBCN broadcast). this one was on the tour of their splendid 1979 album "manifesto" which had a few shows in the U.S. broadcasted. since this was recorded on one side of a reel, there is no tape flip interruption, and no commercial interruptions either. it's all an uninterrupted recording, maybe one of my most often played reels, but it's still a reel, and those rarely get played. A very nice show, to be enjoyed again and again.

Simple Minds - 1979-1980 - BBC In Concert (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Simple Minds 
BBC In Concert 
Paris Studios 
London, UK 

lineage
Radio Broadcasts > Unknown equipment > AIWA Cassette deck > Tascam DA-20 Mk 2 DAT machine > HHb burnit CDr recorder...no EQ CDr > EAC > Traders Little Helper > Flac8 sector aligned 

Jim Kerr...Vocals 
Charlie Burchill...Guitar 
Derek Forbes...Bass 
Brian McGee...Drums 
Mick MacNeil...Keyboards 

September 1979 
01 - Waiting For No-One (Title?) 
02 - Here Comes The Fool * 
03 - Life In A Day * 
04 - White Light/ White Heat (Lou Reed) 
05 - Chelsea Girl * 
06 - Pleasantly Disturbed

January 1980 
07 - Here Comes The Fool 
08 - Calling Your Name 
09 - Factory 
10 - Changeling 
11 - In Your Room 

*...missing from this torrent...released on "The Silver Box" official release.

A REALLY OLD cassette tape this time with two separate BBC broadcasts... The first from September 1979 has been cut due to the tracks which appeared on The Silver Box release. The second from January 1980 seems to be free from official release... These were probably recorded on inferior equipment (I don't even remember where I was living at the time) and there's more hiss than usual for my FM stuff...samples in the comments... 

The Rolling Stones - 1970-10-09 - The Sky Pilots (VAR/FLAC)



The Rolling Stones - 1970-10-09 - The Sky Pilots
(FLAC)

Wizardo Rekords

[PART 1]

1969.11.11
Phoenix Coliseum
Phoenix
Arizona

Known Lineage:
Usenet download > Flac > TLH (create md5, check for sbe's) > Flac

Disk 1:
01. Jumping Jack Flash
02. Carol
03. Sympathy For The Devil
04. Stray Cat Blues
05. Prodigal Son
06. You Gotta Move
07. Love In Vain
08. Under My Thumb
09. Midnight Rambler
10. Live With Me
11. Gimme Shelter
12. Little Queenie
13. Brown Sugar (*)

(*) Live At Altamont Speedway
1969.12.06

[PART 2]

1970.10.09
Rai-Halle
Amsterdam
Holland

Known Lineage:
Usenet download > Flac > TLH (create md5, check for sbe's) > Flac

Disk 2:
01. Jumping Jack Flash
02. Roll Over Beethoven
03. Sympathy For The Devil
04. Stray Cat Blues
05. Love In Vain
06. Prodigal Son
07. Dead Flowers
08. Midnight Rambler
09. Live With Me
10. Let It Rock
11. Little Queenie
12. Brown Sugar
13. Honky Tonk Women
14. Street Fighting Man

With Special Guest:
Stephen Stills On Piano!

KISS - 1976-09-06 - Toronto, Canada (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Label:Backstage 1994
Produced by Why Not? S.r.l.
Tour:The Hot And Thunderous "Destroyer World Tour"

lineage
Silvers-> EAC-> FLAC 8

01 - Detroit Rock City
02 - King Of The Night Time World
03 - Let Me Go, Rock 'n Roll
04 - Strutter
05 - Hotter Than Hell
06 - Nothin' To Lose
07 - Cold Gin
08 - Shout It Out Loud
09 - Do You Love Me
10 - God Of Thunder
11 - Rock And Roll All Nite->
12 - Deuce
13 - Firehouse
14 - Black Diamond

The Rolling Stones - 1989-09-03 - Toronto, ON (SBD/AUD/FLAC)


(Mix of Soundboard & Audience FLAC)

C.N.E. Stadium

Source:
Vinyl Gang Products (VGP-228)

Lineage:
CDR received in a trade -> Flac via TLH -> You

Disc 1:
01. Continental Drift
02. Start Me Up
03. Bitch
04. Sad Sad Sad
05. Undercover of the Night
06. Harlem Shuffle
07. Tumbling Dice
08. Miss You
09. Ruby Tuesday
10. Play with Fire
11. Dead Flowers
12. One Hit (to the Body)
13. Mixed Emotions
14. Rock and a Hard Place
15. Honky Tonk Women
16. Midnight Rambler

Disc 2:
01. You Can't Always Get What You Want
02. Little Red Rooster
03. Before They Make Me Run
04. Happy
05. Paint It Black
06. 2000 Light Years from Home
07. Sympathy For The Devil
08. Gimme Shelter
09. It's Only Rock'n Roll (But I Like It)
10. Brown Sugar
11. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
12. Jumping Jack Flash

Mick Jagger - 1993-02-09 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)


 
(Soundboard FLAC)

Webster Hall


Entire show in excellent stereo(!) soundboard quality.

This is the release with the best quality of this show.

Lineage:

Original silver CD -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC Frontend -> FLAC


01 Introduction
02 Wired All Night
03 Out of Focus
04 Sweet Thing
05 Use Me
06 Don't Tear Me Up
07 Evening Gown
08 Angel in My Heart
09 Band Introduction
10 Wandering Spirit
11 Put Me in the Trash
12 Think
13 Mother of a Man
14 Rip This Joint
15 Live With Me
16 Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow

Judas Priest - 1984-05-05 - Long Beach, CA (Pre-FM/FLAC)


(Pre-FM broadcast FLAC)

Long Beach Arena

Defenders of the Faith Tour

FLAC - FM Broadcast

Disc 1
01 - Intro/Love Bites
02 - Jawbreaker
03 - Grinder
04 - Metal Gods
05 - Breaking The Law
06 - Sinner
07 - Desert Plains
08 - Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
09 - The Sentinel
10 - Rock Hard, Ride Free

Disc 2
01 - Night Comes Down
02 - The Hellion/Electric Eye
03 - Heavy Duty/Defenders Of The Faith
04 - Freewheel Burning
05 - Victim Of Changes
06 - The Green Manalishi (with the two-pronged crown)
07 - Living After Midnight
08 - Hell Bent For Leather
09 - You've Got Another Thing Comin'

Notes by S.N.I.F.F.Y.:
The crown jewel of all Judas Priest bootlegs: a full concert originally recorded for the ABC Rock Network broadcast. There are many versions of this available, some with more errors and some with fewer. This is the best-quality version publicly found and is taken from the Pre-FM broadcast master / (FLAC) !!!

Rush - 2002-08-24 - Denver, CO (AUD/IEM/FLAC)




(Audience/IEM FLAC)

Rush - Between A Rock And A Hard Place 
Media: 2 CDR 
Time: 78:53, 79:41 
Catalog: Rusherman Productions: RMP 8.24.02 
Source: Audience (DAT Clone) 
Source: Scanner (DAT Clone) 
Date: August 24, 2002 
Date: August 24, 2002 
Location: Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Denver, Colorado, USA 
Location: Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, Denver, Colorado, USA 
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=899 

DISC 1:
01 - 3 Stooges Intro 0:38 
02 - Tom Sawyer 4:46 
03 - Distant Early Warning 4:52 
04 - New World Man 4:04 
05 - Roll The Bones 6:33 
06 - Earthshine 5:31 
07 - YYZ 4:51 
08 - The Pass 4:55 
09 - Bravado 6:07 
10 - The Big Money 6:21 
11 - Between Sun and Moon 4:38 
12 - Vital Signs 4:54 
13 - Natural Science 8:10 
14 - Dragon Intro 1:48 
15 - One Little Victory 5:31 
16 - Driven 5:07 

DISC 2: 
01 - Ceiling Unlimited 5:51 
02 - Secret Touch 6:55 
03 - Dreamline 5:20 
04 - Red Sector A 5:16 
05 - Leave That Thing Alone 4:54 
06 - The Rhythm Method 7:54 
07 - Resist 4:33 
08 - 2112 Overture / Temples of Syrinx 6:48 
09 - Limelight 4:29 
10 - La Villa Strangiato 9:00 
11 - The Spirit of Radio 5:33 
12 - Bytor And The Snowdog 4:32 
13 - Cygnus X-1 3:08 
14 - Working Man 5:22

Cream - 2005-10-26 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Sitting On Top Of The World
Madison Square Garden

Source:
Audience recording > Core Sound Binaurals mics > Sony PCM1 > Sony POC-DA12MP Optical Link > Philips stand alone burner > ? > FLAC. Recorded by sad Zackman from Section 118

CD 1:
01. I'm So Glad
02. Spoonful
03. Outside Woman Blues
04. Pressed Rat and Warthog
05. Sleepy Time Time
06. Tales of Brave Ulysses
07. N.S.U.
08. Badge
09. Politician
10. Sweet Wine
11. Rollin' & Tumblin'
12. Stormy Monday
13. Deserted Cities of the Heart
14. Born Under A Bad Sign

CD 2:
01. We're Going Wrong
02. Crossroads
03. Sitting On Top Of The World
04. White Room
05. Toad

Encore:
06. Sunshine of Your Love

Comments by the taper:
What can I say? Third and final night of the historic Madison Square Garden run - is it possible that "Goodbye Cream" would have been a more appropriate title for this recording? With no further shows scheduled, or plans to tour, could it be that this was the last concert together for Ginger, Jack, and Eric? Try as I might to spot the sexy lady from the fourth row of the opening night show, she was nowhere to be seen. I did hoever, espy a slinky sweety in the eight row who smiled, shook, and shimmied and slid so easily up and down in her seat for "Sitting On Top Of The World". So much so that I think Jack saw her, too, for she was directly in his line of view, and there was more than just a nostalgic twinkle in his eye when he declared to the sold-out house, "I AM sitting on top of the world....." And I saw this show with my main squeeze sitting next to me, the sexiest women in the house, the same beauty I went with 25 years earlier (Dec, 1980) to the Capitol Theater in Pasaaic to see Jack Bruce tear the roof off with Theme From an Imaginary Western...full circle now to finally see the Cream of the crop......hey now baby, GET INTO MY BIG BLACK CAR!!

Velvet Underground - 1967 - Psychedelic Sounds From The Gymnasium (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

PSYCHEDELIC SOUNDS FROM THE GYMNASIUM

CD, XTVCD-144, ?, September 2008

1. I'm Not A Young Man Anymore (7:15)
2. Guess I'm Falling In Love (4:12)
3. I'm Waiting For The Man (5:30)
4. Run Run Run (6:55)
5. Sister Ray (18:51)
6. Booker T. (6:37)

1-6: The Gymnasium, New York NY, April 1967.

Booklet with liner notes. Also exists as LP (XTV-144) with Booker T. edited out.

* Other than this info file this recording is exactly as I received it. 

Jimi Hendrix - Cherokee Mist (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Triangle Records 1991

lineage
silver cd > EAC(secure) wav > TLH flac 8

01 Country Blues
02 Calling All Devil'S Children
03 Valleys Of Neptune
04 Cherokee Mist
05 Ships Passing In The Night
06 Easy Blues
07 Little Drummer Boy/Silent Night
08 Denny Boy
09 Drone Blues
10 Untitled Guitar Improvisation
11 Stepping Stone
12 Send My Love To Linda

Cream - 1967-09-09 - Waltham, MA (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

Brandeis University 
Waltham, Mass. 
Saturday, September 9, 1967 

CD-R2 / 85:42 

lineage
AUD Mono MASTER CAS > DAT > CD-R > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure, Offset Correct) > FLAC (8) > You ! 

Disc 1: 
1. Tales of Brave Ulysses (5:41) 
2. Sunshine of Your Love (11:05) 
3. tuning (1:03) 
4. N.S.U. (19:32) 

Disc 2: 
1. ovation (0:42) 
2. Sittin' On Top of the World (6:11) 
3. tuning (1:03) 
4. Steppin' Out (14:18) 
5. Train Time (8:45) 
6. Toad (17:22) 

Geetarz Comments: 
There are so many versions of this recording on innumerable releases - mastered, remastered, varying degrees from the source. Received in trade, here you go, direct from the master: 

lunedì 8 agosto 2022

U2 - 1987-05-29/30 - Modena, IT (AUD/FLAC) "We Are Waiting For A Right Day"


(Audience FLAC)

Original 3 × Vinyl LP Transfer

Full lineage:
3 × Original Vinyl LP > Technics ATS SL-BD22D turntable > Stereo 2xRCA to 2xRCA cable - Pioneer A-443 Stereo Amplifier - Stereo 2xRCA to Mini-stereo jack cable > CMI8738/C3DX PCI Sound Capture Device > Audacity 2.1 > Hard drive .wav files audio aquisition, tracks splitting > FLAC Frontend > .flac files encoding (level=5), fft file tracks fingerprints creation > 
mkwACT .md5 whole-file checksum file creation > dime > you.

Infos:
Label: Shadowplayrecords ?– SPR 30130
Format: 3 × Vinyl LP

Recorded Live At Modena (Italy), May 29-30, 1987

The Best Recordings From The Italian Tour PLUS 4 TRACKS:
SOUTHERN MAN Mannheim 01 Feb 1985
KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOORS Bologna 05 Feb 1985
RAIN/ HARD RAIN GONNA FALL Milton Keynes Bowl 24 Jun 1985
MY HOMETOWN Dublin 29 Jun 1985

2 x CDs Setlist:

CD 1 56:44
01. Where The Streets Have No Name
02. I Will Follow
03. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
04. MLK
05. The Unforgettable Fire
06. Bullet The Blue Sky
07. Running To Stand Still
08. Knockin' on Heaven's Door
09. Exit (incl. Riders On The Storm - Gloria)
10. In God's Country
11. Sunday Bloody Sunday
12. Maggie's Farm - Cold Turkey
13. Rain/ Hard Rain Gonna Fall

CD 2 58:50
14. Bad (incl. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away)
15. October
16. New Year's Day
17. My Hometown
18. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
19. Trash, Trampoline And The Party Girl
20. Trip Through Your Wires
21. Gloria
22. Southern Man
23. With Or Without You
24. W.O.W.Y. Reprise
25. People Get Ready (Trad. Arr. J. Beck)
26. "40"

Total duration: about 115:35


3 x Original Vinyls Setlist:

Side A
A1 - 01. Where The Streets Have No Name
A2 - 02. I Will Follow
A3 - 03. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
A4 - 04. MLK

Side B
B1 - 05. The Unforgettable Fire
B2 - 06. Bullet The Blue Sky
B3 - 07. Running To Stand Still
B4 - 08. Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan)

Side C
C1 - 09. Exit
C2 - 10. Riders On The Storm (The Doors)
C3 - 11. Gloria (Van Morrison)
C4 - 12. In God's Country
C5 - 13. Sunday Bloody Sunday
C6 - 14. Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan)
C7 - 15. Cold Turkey (John Lennon)
C8 - 16. Rain/ Hard Rain Gonna Fall (Lennon - McCartney/ Bob Dylan)

Side D
D1 - 17. Bad
D2 - 18. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Lennon - McCartney)
D3 - 19. October
D4 - 20. New Year's Day
D5 - 21. My Hometown (Bruce Springsteen)

Side E
E1 - 22. Pride (In The Name Of Love)
E2 - 23. Trash, Trampoline And The Party Girl
E3 - 24. Trip Through Your Wires
E4 - 25. Gloria
E5 - 26. Southern Man (Neil Young)

Side F
F1 - 27. With Or Without You
F2 - 28. W.O.W.Y. Reprise
F3 - 29. People Get Ready (Trad. Arr. J. Beck)
F4 - 30. "40"

I was lucky enough to buy this LP just right to the time of the tour. I've thought to share it being almost sure that many collectors will appreciate the chance to have the original vinyl 1987 version. Despite the age is still today in great condition and can be perfectly listened. I hope you like it and all the best until the next!

Jack Bruce - 1988-10-11 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC) late show


(Soundboard FLAC)

Jack Bruce
1988.10.11 (late show)
Bottom Line, NYC
(1st gen sbd)

The Recording:
Master: soundboard > Sony TCD-5M (dolby "b" on)
Copy: master cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A > Sony TCD-5M > 1st gen cassette
1st gen cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A > Sony SBM-1 > HHB CDR recorder

Jack Bruce: bass, guitar & vocals
Pat Thrall: guitar
Anton Fier: drums
David ?: keyboards
Mick Taylor: guitar (*)

01 as you said
02 rope ladder to the moon
03 ?
04 first time I met the blues
05 deserted cities of the heart
06 white room
07 born under a bad sign > midnight in a bad light
08 sleepy time time
09 morning story
10 (talk)
11 ?
12 sitting on top of the world >
13 politician
14 nsu
15 band intros > encore applause > introduction of mick Taylor
16 spoonful (*)

Jack Bruce - 2013-09-09 - Catanzaro, IT (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Artist: Jack Bruce & His Big Blues Band
Title: "Calabria Sunshine"
Venue: Parco della Biodiversità Mediterranea, Catanzaro, Italy
Date: September 09, 2013
Festival: "Settembre al Parco 2013"

Soundboard recording
Format: FLAC
Discs: 2CD

Jack Bruce - vocals/bass/piano
Tony Remy - guitar
Frank Tontoh - drums
Paddy Milner - Hammond C3/vocals
Nick Cohen - bass
Winston Rollins - trombone
Derek Nash - tenor sax
Paul Newton - trumpet

CD1
01 First Time I Met the Blues (Buddy Guy cover)
02 Neighbor, Neighbor (Alton/J. Valler cover)
03 You Burned the Tables On Me
04 Theme for an Imaginary Western
05 Childsong
06 Weird of Hermiston
07 Spoonful (Howlin’ Wolf cover)
08 Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King cover)
09 We're Going Wrong (Cream cover)

CD2
01 Deserted Cities of the Heart (Cream cover)
02 White Room (Cream cover)
03 Frankie Drum Solo
04 Sunshine of Your Love (Cream cover)
05 Band Intro
06 Politician
07 The Consul at Sunset

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - 1995-05-01 - Milwaukee, WI (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
Bradley Center
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Soundboard recording - "Milwaukee, Talk To Us!" (Runar Valley Suprise Disc)

Lineage:
Pressed DVD -> ImToo DVD Audio Ripper -> wave -> Tracksplit with Cool Edit Pro 2.0 -> Flac frontend -> flac

Disc one (76:32):
(1) Tales of Bron intro (1:47)
(2) The Wanton Song (3:42)
(3) Bring It On Home (1:28)
(4) Ramble On (4:53)
(5) Thank You (7:12)
(6) Shake My Tree (8:17)
(7) Lullaby (7:09)
(8) No Quarter (4:28)
(9) Gallows Pole (4:46)
(10) Hurdy Gurdy Solo (3:36) =>
(11) When The Levee Breaks (3:37)
(12) Hey Hey What Can I Do (4:51)
(13) The Song Remains The Same (6:49)
(14) Since I've Been Loving You (9:23)
(15) Friends (4:28)

Disc two (75:45):
(1) Calling to You Medley (12:06)
(2) Four Sticks (5:21)
(3) In The Evening (10:57)
(4) Black Dog (5:57)
(5) Kashmir (17:26)
(6) Ramble On (6:54) *
(7) Hey Hey What Can I Do (3:41) *
(8) Four Sticks (4:42) *
(9) In The Evening (8:39) *

* filler from The Palace, Auburn Hills, Mi. 3/31/95

Info file, artwork, and Md5 signature file are included.

Comments:
There aren't many bootlegs on my iPod, but this is one of them. This is a soundboard recording of Page & Plant somewhat early in their "No Quarter" 1995-1996 tour; and though this is more or less an average performance, the sound quality is really good. It's somewhat of a rarity in that the DVD has lossless audio -- when I seeded this in 2006 it was initially banned by the mods, but upon examination of the FA and SA, it was determined to be acceptable on Dime.

For the first leg of the tour, Page and Plant took a conservative approach, probably because of concerns that Jimmy wouldn't be up to the rigors of touring. They had a second guitarist handling many of the leads (Porl Thompson, from the Cure -- hence the Cure cover on D1t7) and the setlist was more or less stagnant from night to night. As the tour progressed and Jimmy became more comfortable, the setlist began to expand a bit and the band felt that Jimmy could handle the task of all of the lead guitar parts, so Thompson was dropped from the final couple of legs of the tour. This show captures a fairly early representation of the "Unledded" concept.

That said, the performance is very solid throughout; miles better than the sloppy first night in Chicago three nights before, but not quite up to the sublime heights of the second night. One standout moment here is the fiery performance of "Since I've Been Loving You" -- I remember sitting side-stage with my jaw on the floor because of the great interplay between Robert and Jimmy, and Jimmy's solo took the song to new heights ... on this recording, it sounds just as great. You'd think you were listening to a Zeppelin show from 1975 instead of a Page/Plant 1995 concert.

The Cult - 1992-06-02 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Finsbury Park 

"Rebirth of The Phoenix" 

Lineage: 
Original CD [Silver] > WAV> dBpowerAMP > Flac 

01 She Sells Sanctuary 4.35 
02 Lil' Devil 3.04 
03 Spirit Walker 4.05 
04 Sweet Soul Sister 6.42 
05 Nirvana 4.24 
06 Peace Dog 4.27 
07 Rain 4.27 
08 Wild Flower 4.14 
09 Fire Woman 8.05 
10 Phoenix 5.14 

A real nice cap of the Cult as they exit stage one of their career. This was an outdoor festival with lots of other bands on the bill, including grunge favorites Pearl Jam and L7. 

By 1992 it was clear who owned "alternative" music as the Cult had once enjoyed that status years earlier. So it's interesting to note a few things about their performance here; the opener being their biggest hit "She Sells Sanctuary" which is usually saved for later in the set, if not the closer...the wandering setlist that covers their first four albums...and the edgy-fuzzy-almost-grungy tone to the guitars. Definitely a much thicker guitar sound than they had ever displayed before. 

Jack Bruce - 1981-12-16 - Passaic, NJ (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Jack Bruce and Friends 
Live at The Capitol Theatre 
Passaic New Jersey
Recorded on December 16, 1981
WNEW - FM   Radio Broadcast
SOUND UPGRADE

Lineage : exact equipment unknown, but it has no tape generation
Digitally recorded to CDR > EAC > FLAC

Jack Bruce and Friends at the time was :
Jack Bruce on Bass & Vocals, Bruce Gary on Drums, 
David Sancious on Keyboards & Guitar on tracks 4 & 9
Clem Clempson on Guitar

01 Introduction
02 White Room
03 PostWar
04 Livin' Without ‘Ja
05 In This Way
06 Bird Alone
07 NSU
08 WNEW Disc Jockey Comments
09. Politician

50:55 total time

Notes:

This is the cleanest version of this concert that I have in my possession. I have multiple other versions that were recorded off the radio onto cassette or reel to reel tapes. Thse tapes all sound inferior to this version! Most of this concert, except for the WNEW FM Radio station DJ comments segment was recorded digitally - directly to CDR. This version has much more dynamic than any of the previously circulated 'taped' sources. Strangely enough, the 'radio static' in "Politician" at 5:45 to 5:51 minutes is in is on all known copies, even this one.

The sound of this show is excellent. That 6 seconds of radio static still bugs the hell out of me every time I hear it ... but, unfortunately, it cannot be removed - by any means. taken from hopboy's Jack Bruce collection

Jack Bruce with Ginger Baker - 1989-12-07 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Jack Bruce with Ginger Baker
"Almost Cream" - Oh Boy - 2-9156 - sb5

Recorded at the Bottom Line, New York on 7/12/89.

lineage
FM>?>CDR>WAV>FLAC

Jack Bruce (Vocals, Bass, Harmonica)
Gary Cooper (Vocals, Percussion)
Malcolm Bruce (Guitar)
Blues Saraceno (Guitar)
Tom Goss (Drums - 1st 9 songs)
Ginger Baker (Drums - 2nd 9 songs)
Bernie Worrel (Keyboards)

Disc 1
01. Life On Earth
02. No Surrender
03. Make Love
04. Born Under a Bad Sign
05. Blues You Can't Lose
06. Theme For an Imaginary Western
07. Guitar Solo
08. Keep It Down
09. Grease The Wheels

Disc 2

01. NSU
02. Obsession
03. White Room
04. Rollin' and Tumblin'
05. Toad
06. Sittin' On Top of the World
07. Politician
08. Sunshine of Your Love
09. Spoonful

Jack Bruce - 2008-11-14 - Birmingham, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Jack Bruce meets the BBC Big Band 
Birmingham Town Hall UK
Friday 14 November 8:00pm

File 356mb
Time 55.40
Lineage Analogue FM R1 Cooledit Flac TLH (compression 6) aligned

01 - Never Tell Your Mother She's Out Of Tune
02 - Spoonful
03 - Smiles and Grins
04 - Deserted Cities of the Heart
05 - Born Under a Bad Sign
06 - Theme from an Imaginary Western
07 - White Room
08 - Sunshine of your Love

Leslie West, Jack Bruce & Joe Franco - 1987-12-19 - Poughkeepsie, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

West, Bruce & Franco - Leslie, Jack & Joe Live

The Chance, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA
December 19th 1987

Lineage
original bootleg silver > WAV (EAC in secure mode) > FLAC (TLH @level 8)

Leslie West - guitar, vocals
Jack Bruce - bass, vocals
Joe Franco - Drums


01 - Introduction
02 - Crossroads
03 - First Time I Met The Blues
04 - Mississippi Queen/Cat's Squirrel
05 - Born Under A Bad Sign
06 - Third Degree
07 - Powerhouse Sod
08 - Politician
09 - Spoonful

sabato 6 agosto 2022

Steve Miller Band - 1983-08-20 - St. Goarshausen, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Steve Miller
1983-08-20
Freilichtb¸hne Loreley
St. Goarshausen, WG

Rockpalast Open-Air Festival

*censored*og fm master > unknown transfer > FLAC

Steve Miller - guit/voc
Gerald Johnson - bass
Norton Buffalo - harm/voc
Kenny Lee Lewis - guit/voc
Garry Mallaber - drums
Byron Allred - keyb

01 Abracadabra 
02 The Joker 
03 You You You 
04 Out Of The Night
05 Living In The USA
06 Somebody Done Hoo Doo To The Hoo Doo Man
07 Just A Little Bit 
08 Buffalo'S Serenade 
09 > Fly Like An Eagle 
10 Keeps Me Wondering Why
11 Rock'n Me 
12 Jungle Love 
13 Jet Airliner 
14 Macho City 
15 Honey Hush 
16 > My Babe 
17 You Know What I Mean
18 Yonder's Wall 
19 Space Cowboy

Led Zeppelin - 1977-06-22 - Inglewood, CA (AUD/FLAC) "Second Night At The Forum" by Scorpio


(audience combination FLAC)

LA Forum, Inglewood, California 

Scorpio - "Second Night At The Forum" 

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

CD1
01 intro 
02 the song remains the same 
03 sick again 
04 nobody's fault but mine 
05 in my time of dying 
06 since I've been loving you 
07 no quarter 

CD2
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 - black mountain side 
07 kashmir 

CD3
01 moby dick 
02 over the hills and far away 
03 guitar solo 
04 achilles last stand 
05 stairway to heaven 
06 whole lotta love 
07 rock and roll 

Led Zeppelin - 1977-06-10 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC) "Rock 'N' Roll Circus" by TDOLZ



(Audience FLAC)

Madison Square Garden

Original info file: 

Source: AUD 

Lineage: 
Silvers > EAC > WAV > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > Re-encoded FLAC level 8 (tested and verified) 

Title: "Rock 'N' Roll Circus" 
Label: The Diagrams Of Led Zeppelin (TDOLZ 0012/13/14) 

Disc 1: 
1 The Song Remains The Same 
2 The Rover / Sick Again 
3 Nobody's Fault But Mine 
4 Over The Hills And Far Away 
5 Since I've Been Loving You 
6 No Quarter 

Disc 2: 
1 Ten Years Gone 
2 The Battle Of Evermore 
3 Going To California 
4 Black Country Woman 
5 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 
6 White Summer / Black Mountain Side 
7 Kashmir 
8 Out On The Tiles / Moby Dick 

Disc 3: 
1 Heartbreaker 
2 Guitar Solo 
3 Achilles Last Stand 
4 Stairway To Heaven 
5 Whole Lotta Love 
6 Rock And Roll 

Talking Heads - 1983-08-20 - South Yarmouth, MA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Cape Cod Coliseum

Source
SBD > MC > DAT(2) > Audigy > Soundforge 6.0 @44.1k > FLAC Wave > Wavemerge (reassemble tracks) > Soundforge 8 used for remastering > CD Wave (track splits) > FLAC (level 8)

David Byrne-vocals, guitar
Tina Weymouth-bass, guitar, vocals
Chris Franz-drums
Jerry Harrison-guitar, keyboards
Bernie Worrell-keyboards
Alex Weir-rhythm guitar
Steve Scales-bongos, percussion
Lynn Mabry-b/g vocals
Ednah Holt-b/g vocals

Disc 1 - Set 1
-Missing Psycho Killer-
01 Heaven
02 Thank You For Sending Me An Angel
03 Love Goes To A Building On Fire
04 The Book I Read
05 Slippery People
06 Cities
07 Big Blue Plymouth*
08 Burning Down The House
09 Life During Wartime

Disc 2 - Set 2
01 Making Flippy Floppy
02 Swamp
03 What A Day That Was*
04 This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
05 Once In A Lifetime
06 Big Business*>Izimbra
07 Houses In Motion
08 Genius Of Love#
09 Girlfriend Is Better
10 Take Me To The River

Encores
11 Crosseyed And Painless^
12 Burning Down The House II^

*from David Byrne's "The Catherine Wheel"
#from The Tom Tom Club (Weymouth, Franz)
^encores are derived from a different and inferior SBD recording

venerdì 5 agosto 2022

Roger Hodgson - 2012-08-21 - Lewiston, NY (IEM/FLAC)



(IEM FLAC)

Artpark

Taper: Conan
Gear: ICOM receivers > Marantz PD620
Mastering: Cool Edit Pro

01 intro
02 Take the Long Way Home
03 School
04 In Jeaopardy
05 Lovers in the Wind
06 Hide in Your Shell
07 Breakfast in America
08 Lady
09 band intros
10 Cest le Bon
11 The Logical Song
12 Death and a Zoo
13 If Everyone was Listening
14 Child of Vision
15 Sister Moonshine
16 Dreamer
17 Fools Overture
18 Give a Little Bit
19 It's Raining Again 

A fantastic SBD recording! If it weren't essentially in mono you could make a live album from this. Previously uncirculated, I have finally gotten permission from the taper to let this one out.