domenica 22 giugno 2014

Anathema - 2012-04-22 - Poznan, Poland (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Eskulap 

Taped by Dalton

Lineage: 
Sony ECM-719 -> Tascam DR-05 

01. Intro - A New Machine 
02. Untouchable, Part 1 
03. Untouchable, Part 2 
04. Lightning Song 
05. Thin Air 
06. Dreaming Light 
07. Everything 
08. Deep 
09. Emotional Winter 
10. Wings of God 
11. A Simple Mistake 
12. The Storm Before the Calm 
13. The Beginning and the End 
14. Universal 
15. Panic 
16. The Lost Child 
17. Internal Landscapes 
18. Closer 
19. A Natural Disaster 
20. Flying 
21. Fragile Dreams 

Elton John - 2013-12-04 - New York, NY, USA (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

ELTON JOHN (with 2Cellos)
"Don't Let The Rose Get On My Stage"

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, USA // 2013-12-04

Lineage (TSS_Killer): Live sound output > Sound Professionals SP-BMC-2 mini binaural microphones w/ SP-EMC-1 croakie mounts > Microphone Madness MM-CBM-Mini miniature battery module > Roland R-05 (PCM @ 96/24) w/ a Sandisk 16GB Class 4 SDHC Card > PC via USB > Reaper (x64) > FLAC

Lineage (inu-liger): FLAC > foobar2000 > WAV > Goldwave (volume normalization - max 2dB, fade in/out, track-splitting) > WAV > Adobe Audition 1.5 (minor glitch repair) > WAV > foobar2000 (with down-conversion to 44.1/16) > FLAC (Level 8)

Quality: Excellent

Recorded on location by TSS_Killer

Upper Left Bowl - Approx. 80 feet from stage
Edited by inu-liger

Dedication to Elton John (Banner raising for 64 sold out shows at MSG)

2CELLOS OPENING SET:
2Cellos Video Introduction
Smooth Criminal
Smells Like Teen Spirit

01 - Funeral For A Friend / Love Lies Bleeding
02 - Bennie And The Jets
03 - Candle In The Wind
04 - Grey Seal
05 - Levon
06 - Tiny Dancer
07 - Holiday Inn
08 - Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters
09 - Believe
10 - Philadelphia Freedom
11 - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
12 - Rocket Man
13 - Hey Ahab
14 - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
15 - The One (solo)
16 - Oceans Away
17 - Someone Saved My Life Tonight
18 - Sad Songs (Say So Much)
19 - All The Girls Love Alice
20 - Home Again
21 - Band Introductions
22 - Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
23 - I'm Still Standing
24 - The Bitch Is Back
25 - Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'n Roll)
26 - Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting

encore
27 - Your Song
28 - Crocodile Rock

Taper's Notes: "Second night sounds much better recording-wise due to better position. A blue banner is raised to commemorate 64 sold out shows at MSG. The bootleg title comes from someone on the floor that threw a giant rose onto the stage after one of the songs. Elton then puts it into a pitcher of water. Someone gives him a bouquet of roses during the encore, and he also puts it into the same pitcher"

Bruce Springsteen - 1990-11-17 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/AUD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)


Shrine Auditorium

Benefit concert for the Christic Institute

A soundboard / audience tape mix by Prodigal Son

Lineage:
Unknown (not given in original torrent)

01) "If you're moved to clap …" (0:41)
02) Brilliant Disguise (4:31)
03) Darkness on the Edge of Town (3:26)
04) "The address was 39 and a half" (1:02)
05) Mansion on the Hill (4:24)
06) "We all live with our ..." (0:56)
07) Reason to Believe (4:07)
08) "You gotta watch those redheads" (1:48)
09) Red Headed Woman (3:32)
10) 57 Channels (and Nothing On) (3:06)
11) The Wish (4:48)
12) Tougher Than The Rest (3:30)
13) Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (3:46)
14) Soul Driver (2:12)
15) State Trooper (2:33)
16) "When that side of you …" (1:35)
17) Nebraska (4:12)
18) When the Lights Go Out (3:29)
19) Thunder Road (5:38)
20) "I caught his first tear on the tip …" (2:22)
21) My Hometown (4:49)
22) Real World (4:32)
23) Highway 61 Revisited (3:31) *
24) Across The Borderline (5:04) *

* w/Bonnie Raitt & Jackson Browne

Comments:
Most Springsteen fans know that Bruce dissolved the E Street Band shortly after the completion of the extensive "Tunnel of Love" tour, and set out writing songs that could be performed by a new band of "young guns," which surfaced on his "Human Touch" and "Lucky Town" albums in 1992. His first post-E Street performances were two acoustic shows in his adopted hometown of L.A. in benefit concerts for the Christic Institute, with supporting acts Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt; these shows attracted extensive fan and critical scrutiny because they were the first indicator of Bruce's "new direction." This is the second of the two nights, matrixing a good audience recording with a so-so soundboard feed; the results here are pretty good. Not something you're likely to listen to a lot, but it's an interesting diversion in his career and a curiosity to hear the debut of his (then-) new material.