domenica 31 dicembre 2017

Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary - 1988-05-14 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary
Various Artists
MSG NYC
May 14, 1988
AT-262

Lineage:
FM Broadcast> Maxell XLII-90 off air master> NAK BX-125> M-Audio 24/96> Adobe Audition> WAV> Flacfrontend> Flac 6> YOU

01 Intro-Marv Albert
02 That Is Rock-N-Roll (The Coasters)
03 Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Crosby, Stills and Nash)
04 Killing Me Softly With His Song (Roberta Flack)
05 In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins)
06 Introduction of Lavern Baker by Phil Collins
07 Jim Dandy (Lavern Baker)
08 Saved (Lavern Baker)
09 Backstage with Robert Townshend and Lavern Baker
10 Roberta Flack Introduces Foreigner
11 Hot Blooded (Foreigner)
12 Juke Box Hero (Foreigner)
13 Urgent (Foreigner) tape flip
14 I Want To Know What Love Is (Foreigner)
15 Backstage with Phil Collins and Foreigner
16 Steven Stills Introduces Ben E King
17 Spanish Harlem (Ben E King)
18 There Goes My Baby (Ben E King)
19 Save The Last Dance For Me (Ben E King)
20 America (Emerson, Palmer and Berry)
21 Pick Up The Pieces (Average White Band)
22 Teadrops From My Eyes (Ruth Brown)
23 Lisa Bonet Introduces Debbie Gibson
24 Staying Together (Debbie Gibson)
25 Foolish Beat (Debbie Gibson)
26 Out Of The Blue medley (Debbie Gibson)
27 Happy Birthday (Debbie Gibson)
28 Backstage with Debbie Gibson
29 Phil Collins Introduces Robert Plant
30 Heaven Knows (Robert Plant)
31 Ship Of Fools (Robert Plant)
32 Tall Cool One (Robert Plant)
33 Backstage Interview with Bob Geldof and Robert Plant
34 Mack The Knife (Manhattan Transfer)
35 Dan Aykroyd Introduces Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn
36 Last Night (Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn)
37 Steve Cropper Introduces Carla Thomas
38 Gee Whiz (Carla Thomas)
39 Steve Cropper Introduces Paul Rogers
40 (Sitting'n On) The Dock Of The Bay (Paul Rogers)
41 Steve Cropper Introduces Miki Howard
42 Try A Little Tenderness (Miki Howard)
43 Introduction Of Paul Shaffer
44 Tramp (Carla Thomas and Paul Shaffer)
45 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Elwood Blues Review)
46 Soul Man (Elwood Blues Review)
47 Been Lovin' You (That Little Bit Too Long) (Elwood Blues Review)
48 You Don't Know Like I Know (Elwood Blues Review)
49 Knock On Wood (Elwood Blues Review)
50 Roberta Flack Introduces Bob Geldof
51 You Can't Be Too Strong (Bob Geldof)
52 Mighty Love (The Spinners)
53 The Closer I Get To You (Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson)
54 The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett)
55 Land Of 1000 Dances (Wilson Picket)
56 Birdland (Manhatten Transfer)
57 Mike Green Presentation to Ahmet Ertegun
58 Turn It On Again Medley (Genesis)
59 Michael Douglas Introduces Crosby Stills and Nash
60 Wooden Ships (Crosby Stills and Nash)
61 Our House (Crosby Stills and Nash)
62 Lonely Days (Bee Gees)
63 Jive Talking (Bee Gees)
64 Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray Introduce The Rascals
65 Good Lovin' (The Rascals)
66 Groovin' (The Rascals)
67 People Got To Be Free (The Rascals) -cut-
68 I've Seen All Good People (Yes)
69 Hold On (Yes)
70 Paul Shaffer Introduces Rufus Thomas
71 Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas)
72 Robert Townsend, Phil Collins and Ahmet Ertegun Introduce Led Zeppelin
73 Kashmir (Led Zeppelin)
74 Heartbreaker (Led Zeppelin)
75 Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin)
76 Misty Mountain Hop (Led Zeppelin)
77 Stairway To Heaven (Led Zeppelin)
78 Closing Comments

In May of 1988 Atlantic Records celebrated their 40th anniversary in New York City at Madison Square Garden. A grand mix of Atlantic artist performed ranging from the past to the (then) present. The actual concert lasted over 12 hours and portions of the concert were broadcast on HBO and simulcast on FM radio. My recording was taken from WNEW FM in New York and totals 5 1/2 hours in length. The entire show was never broadcast. Some artist’s sets were edited and some omitted entirely. The broadcast started hours after the event started so some of the performances shown were live while others were recorded earlier. To some extent the performances were not broadcast in their original running order with acts from earlier in the day inserted between the later acts and of course songs omitted to make room for them.

The HBO show and this simulcast are probably the most complete versions of the show in circulation. The HBO show has been posted here before: http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...lantic+records. But as far as I know the simulcast has not. An edited down version of this concert was shown on ABC TV later this same year and then Atlantic Records released a video of the show which contained excerpts of the performance intermixed with archive footage of other Atlantic artists.

Quite an interesting array or artists spanning 40 years of Atlantic history. There is a section in the center of the show with various members of Booker T. & The M.G.'s featuring Steve Cropper and Duck Dunn along with Dan Akyroyd as his alter ego Elwood Blues. They are listed here as The Elwood Blues Review as dubbed so by Elwood himself. And of course the night concludes with the Led Zeppelin Reunion featuring Jason Bonham on drums. Quite a night.

There are a couple of glitches in this recording such as some static present in track 9 and a few other random spots. I don't know if that is an artifact of the broadcast or just my reception. I'm leaning towards an artifact of the broadcast. Also there is a tape flip at the end of Urgent and another at the end of People Got To Be Free with a short bit missing. Other then that the recording is complete. Enjoy!

Ripped by Atlasstar 2-2017

Whitesnake - 1983-02-22 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Band: Whitesnake
Title: Budokan 1983 Monitor Mix Definitive Edition
Date: February 22, 1983
Venue: Budokan, Tokyo, Japan
Label: Langley
Source: Silvers > WAV > FLAC

Vocals: David Coverdale
Guitars & Vocal: Micky Moody
Guitars & Vocal: Mel Galley
Bass : Colin Hodgkinson
Keyboards: Jon Lord
Drums: Cozy Powell

Disc 1
1 Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
2 Rough An' Ready
3 Ready An' Willing
4 Don't Break My Heart Again
5 Here I Go Again
6 Love Hunter
7 Micky Moody Guitar Solo & Colin Hodgkinson Bass Solo
8 Love Hunter (Return)
9 Crying In The Rain

Disc 2
1 Jon Lord Keyboard Solo
2 Cozy Powell Drums Solo feat. 633 Squadron & 1812 Overture
3 Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
4 Fool For Your Loving
5 Thank You Audience / Wine, Women An' Song
6 We Wish You Well

Note:
This bootleg was made from Cozy Powell's tape. According to the back cover it is soundboard.

Aerosmith - 1989-11-15 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon
11/15/1989 London, UK 
EX- SBD

01. Rats In the Cellar
02. Same old song and Dance 
03. Monkey on my Back
04. Don't Get Mad, Get Even 
05. Permanent Vacation 
06. Hangman Jury
07. Mama Kin
08. Dream On
09. Love In An Elevator
10. Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
11. Walk This Way

This a awesome show from the European leg of the PUMP tour 89-90. The sound is very good, an EX- recording from a BBC broadcast from the Hammermsith Odeon. Unfortunately, this recording is 
not complete, only an hour of the show was broadcast, but it's a great recording from a great tour.

Red Hot Chili Peppers - 1990-06-04 - Landgraaf, NL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

PinkPop Festival, 

cassette transfer to pc thru onboard sound.
recorded in 16 bit at 44hz.
WAV TO FLAC...

01 - Out In L.A.
02 - Backwoods
03 - Dr. Funkenstein
04 - Inca Roads (John)
05 - Funky Crime
06 - Anarchy In The U.K.
07 - Stone Cold Bush
08 - If You Got Funk, You Got Style
09 - Nobody Weird Like Me
10 - Tiny Dancer (John)
11 - Boyz-N-The-Hood
12 - Party On Your Pussy
13 - Red Hot Mama
14 - Pretty Little Ditty
15 - Higher Ground
16 - Knock Me Down
17 - Jam
18 - Castles Made Of Sand
19 - Me And My Friends

Notes:
Apparently it's a soundboard recording, but it’s a bit low on bass. Overall though it sounds really good.

Paul McCartney - 2011-12-05 - London, England (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Artist: Paul McCartney
Venus: 02 Arena
City: London England
Date: December 05, 2011
Linage: Sliver CD> EAC > wav > TLH > flac (level 8)
Quality: A+ Audience Recording
Format: FLAC (Level 8)
Art Included
MD5 & FFP Checksums Included

-Intro
1. Hello, Goodbye
2. Junior's Farm
3. All My Loving
4. Jet
5. Drive My Car
6. Sing the Changes
7. The Night Before
8. Let Me Roll It / Foxy Lady
9. Paperback Writer
10. The Long and Winding Road
11. Come and Get It
12. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
13. Maybe I'm Amazed
14. I've Just Seen a Face
15. I Will
16. Blackbird
17. Here Today
18. Dance Tonight
19. Mrs. Vandebilt
20. Eleanor Rigby
21. Something
22. Band on the Run
23. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
24. Back in the U.S.S.R.
25. I've Got a Feeling
26. A Day in the Life / Give Peace a Chance
27. Let It Be
28. Live and Let Die
29. Hey Jude

Encore 1:
30. The Word / All You Need Is Love
31. Day Tripper
32. Get Back (with Ronnie Wood)

Encore 2:
33. Yesterday
34. Helter Skelter
35. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

sabato 30 dicembre 2017

Stephen Stills - Special Care (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Lineage: 
Various Soundboard > CDR > EAC> WAV > FLAC

Bootleg Name: 
"Special Case"

Buffalo Springfield live at Monterey Pop festival
01. For what it's worth
02. Nowadays Clancy can't even sing
03. Rock & Roll woman
04. Bluebird
05. A Child's claim to fame
06. Pretty girl Why

CSNY live at Detroit '69
07. So begin the task
08. Woodstock

CSNY live at Roosvelt Raceway 1974
09. Love the one you're with

Manassas live at BBC 1973
10. Sugar babe

Manassas live  on German TV "Beat Workshop"
11. Bound to Fall
12. It doesn't matter
13. Hide it so deep
14. Song of love
15. Rock & Roll crazies/Cuban Bluegrass
16. Jet set (sigh)

Stills at Hard Rock Casino - Las Vegas 7/95
17. Change Partners
18. Tree top flyer
19. Dark star

Demo for 1^st CSN LP
20. Bye Byes

Grand Funk Railroad - 1974-06-02 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Source-Lineage:
Sbd > Digital-Transfer > Eac > Wav > Shn > Wav > @ Soundforge-8 @ > Wav > Flac-8

Remaster-Notes & Comments: Recording Was Bass Heavy, Slightly Light On Vocals & Hi-End.
Sounded Somewhat Muffled, I.E. 1) Raised Volume + 1.03 Db
2) Eq'D Raised Highs & Midrange. Rounded Out Bass/ 3) Normalized @ .84 Db /

01 - Footstomping Music
02 - Rock-N-Roll Soul
03 - Heartbreaker
04 - Shinin'On
05 - The Loco~Motion *
06 - We'Re An American Band
07 - T.N.U.C.
08 - Inside Looking Out

51:00 MINUTES

* Members Of Wet Willie Join In On "The Loco~Motion".

Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1984-11-28 - Davis, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

University of California - Davis, CA

Bootleg Titles: Out Of The Shadows
Label: Rocks (92119)

Transfer:
Silver > EAC > Wav> Flac (level 8)

01. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) 
02. Done Lost Your Good Thing Now 
03. Honey Bee 
04. Mary Had A Little Lamb 
05. Love Struck Baby 
06. Tin Pan Alley 
07. Cold Shot 
08. Couldn't Stand The Weather 
09. Texas Flood 
10. Lenny 
11. Stang's Swang 
12. Rude Mood

B.B. King - 1989-07-13 - Montreux, CH (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Le Casino,
Montreux, Switerland
July 13th, 1989

SOURCE : EX+ 1st generation tape from soundboard master. Perfect recording.

LINEAGE :
-> soundboard > unknown (but great) recording device
-> my 1st gen Maxell XLIIs Type II cassettes
-> Nakamichi Dragon (with auto-azimuth) Dolby off for playback
-> Zoom H2 -> wav
-> Goldwave v.5.08 for edits, tracks splitting, Maximizing at 90%,
-> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries, md5s

B.B. King (g, voc)
Edgar Synigal Jr. (s)
James Bolden (tp)
Leon Warren (g)
James Toney (kbds)
Michael Doster (b)
Calep Emphrey Jr. (dr)
Walter King (s)

Disc one 0:48:09
01. Intro - River
02. Intro - Two I Shood
03. Intro - BB King
04. Let The Good Times Roll
05. I Can't Let You Go
06. How Blue Can You Get >
07. Nobody Loves Me But My Mother > How Blue... reprise
08. Caledonia
09. Darling You Know I Love You (tape flip)

Disc two 0:55:25
01.Everybody Want To Know Why I'm Singing The Blues
02.Into The Night
03.The Thrill Is Gone
04.When Love Comes To Town and outro
05.Final jam with Denise Lasalle / Johnny Taylor / Mosley+Johnson / Joan Baez (choir) / Luther Allison / Wayne Benett
06.Jam Out

Total Timing : 01:43:35

Marvin Gaye - 1979-11-13 - Tokyo, JP (SBDFLAC)


(Soundboars FLAC)

Budokan 

lineage
SBD / FM ? > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC > dime > hd > Wav Combiner 1.1.1.1 > Wave Repair 4.9.4 to remove gaps between tracks, tailing silence at the end > flac, sector align. 

01. Got to Give It Up 
02. After The Dance 
03. What's Going On 
04. Save The Children 
05. Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) 
06. Funky Space Reincarnation 
07. How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) 
08. Band Intro/Trouble Man 
09. Ain't That Peculiar - You're A Wonderful One 
10. Stubborn Kind of Fellow 
11. Pride and Joy 
12. Little Darlin' (I Need You) 
13. Heard It Through the Grapevine 
14. Hitch Hike 
15. You 
16. Too Busy Thinking About My Baby 
17. Distant Lover 
18. Thank You/Goodnight > FM radio host?

Mahavishnu Orchestra - 1975-02-07 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

This is a Mahavishnu Orchestra with Jean-Luc-Ponty churn out numbers from Visions of the Emerald Beyond as well as Apocalypse and some earlier Mahavishnu classics. Rare recording.

LIVE AT KULTURHUSET

SOURCE:
SBD>Audio tape>CD Transfer, Phillips Standalone CDR 560>trade>AUDIO CD>EAC Secure Modus>Flac Frontend Level 6>Flac

SOUND:
A- (some tape hiss, listen to mp3 sample)

John McLaughlin: el-guitar
Ralph Armstrong: el-bass
Michael Walden: drums
Phil Herschey: cello
Bob Knapp: tp, flh, fl, perc
Russell Tubbs: as, ss, perc
Jean Luc Ponty: el-violin, violin
Carol Shive, Steven Kindler: violin

CD 1:
1. Eternity’s Breath 17.07
2. You know, you know 07.56
3. Sanctuary 15.31
4. Introduction track 5 04.31
5. If I can See>Be Happy 11.01
6. Cosmic Strut (Walden) 07.25

CD 2
1. Vision Is a Naked Sword (tape cuts) 23.19

mercoledì 27 dicembre 2017

The Call - 1983-10-28 - Brest, FR (SBD/FLAC) by REQUEST


(Soundboard FLAC)

THE CALL 
28/10/1983 
Brest, Salle de Penfeld 
(supporting Peter Gabriel, last night of the 1983 tour) 

LINEAGE 
Soundboard -> Unknown deck cassette master -> 1st generation cassette -> Aiwa XK-009 EXCELIA -> iMac (line in) -> Audacity (24bit/96khz) -> izotope RX3 (EQed – normalised – 16/44 downsampled – tracks split) -> xACT (Flac Level 8/SBE fix)

Michael Been – guitar, vocals 
Scott Musick – drums, percussion, vocals 
Tom Ferrier – guitar, vocals 
Greg Freeman – bass 
Jim Goodwin – keyboards

01 - Peter Gabriel intro 
02 - Delivered 
03 - Tremble 
04 - War Weary World 
05 - All About You 
06 - Turn A Blind Eye 
07 - Violent Times 
08 - Scene Beyond Dreams 
09 - Back From The Front 
10 - The Walls Came Down 

Encore: 
11 - Notified (cut) 

NOTES ON THE SHOW AND THE RECORDING 
Brest, in the top north-western corner of France, was the last stop on Peter Gabriel’s 1983 fourth album (Security, to US blokes) tour. The Call had accompanied him during the summer US dates, then joined him again for the last leg of the tour in continental Europe. I did see quite a few PG dates that year, starting in Paris, with the 2 shows on July the first (afternoon and evening), and ending with the last 2 weeks in France, covering Avignon, Grenoble, Dijon, Strasbourg, Lille, Paris, Nantes and Brest… 
With my friend Mike, we mostly hitchhiked our way from one town to the next. A few times, after a freezing cold night, we resorted to catching a train just to warm up a bit, and on a couple of occasions we even met the band doing the same journey from one town to the next on the very same train. 
Peter travelled first, we were in second class, and on the trip from Nantes to Brest we shared a local train and a large compartment with The Call. They had seen us before and knew we were following Gabriel around, but they were quite happy to hear that we had grown accustomed to hearing them before the “main” act, but especially that both Mike and I absolutely loved their stuff. In fact, I must point out that for the very final couple of dates we had grown to quite a larger group of people, counting 2 French girls, 2 Britons, 2 Italians (including yours truly), one Japanese lady, and 3 more blokes from Germany, Holland and Switzerland… 
So when Mike (the German one) asked The Call’s crew if there was any chance of having a recording of the show, they had no problem with it it whatsoever: and at the end of that very night before everybody went their separate ways we did get a soundboard recording. 

The words with which PG described The Call’s songs as “music which comes from the heart” has stayed with me ever since: there was such a heartfelt passion in their exhibition and in Michael Been’s delivery that (IMHO) very few bands ever got close to it. 

That particular night the atmosphere was at the same time hot and relaxed, providing a perfect combination for a great performance. The band was even asked for an encore (which unfortunately is not complete on the tape) 
As he always did with his support acts, Peter came on stage without any make up (that was the monkey face tour) and jokingly introduced them talking in French (“I said you’re shit Michael!”)… 
I can’t remember during which song, but it must have been close to the end of the set that Peter reappeared on stage, this time wearing the monkey make up and carrying a large plant (or a small tree): he was not alone, as the other members of his band did the same and caused havoc on stage, depositing the large vases here and there while The Call kept on playing :-) 
The “favour” was later reciprocated, as all of The Call re-appeared during PG’s set: all made up with the monkey face, wearing towels made to look like giant diapers, and throwing bananas all over the place while they jumped everywhere up and down the stage. You guessed it: the song was “Shock The Monkey”, and it was PG’s turn to try and keep on going with the chorus while everybody was laughing real hard! 

What else can I say? This tape is so “loaded” with memories from one of the happiest times in my life, that even the fact we did find most of our luggage and properties gone (we had left it in a friends car that was broken into and everything was stolen after the show) recedes and fades out as not such a painful event. What does help is remembering the laughs - as well as the cries - provoked by “the Scot” in our group who kept going all night at the train station raging and spitting venom about “thieves eating frog legs” and “froggie bastards” in general… 

martedì 26 dicembre 2017

The Cramps - 1979-08-18 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Live at Club 57 1979 plus 9 demos
Label: Moonlight Records #197779

Lineage:
Silver CD > .wav > .flac

Club 57, NYC - 8/18/1979
01 Mystery Plane
02 Domino
03 Twist And Shout
04 Weekend On Mars
05 Voodoo Idol
06 Zombie Dance
07 Rockin' Bones
08 Human Fly
09 Garbageman
10 Teenage Werewolf
11 Sunglasses After Dark
12 T.V. Set
13 The Way I Walk

Studio demos - June 77
14 Love Me
15 Teenage Werewolf
16 Sunglasses After Dark
17 T.V. Set
18 What's Behind The Mask

Studio demos - February 1979
19 Twist And Shout
20 Rockin' Bones
21 Mad Daddy
22 Teenage Werewolf

Notes
Found this one recently at a local store in Austin. I think its a UK bootleg, possibly sourced from a vinyl LP of the same name. After checking a few Cramps discographies, far as I could tell this is not officially released material. One bootleg "Exorcism Night" has an incomplete version of the Club 57 gig. 

domenica 24 dicembre 2017

The Cure - 2012-07-07 - Milan, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Heineken Jamming Festival

audience recording, very very good, B+
ZOOM H4N
external sony Microphone ECM-717

Taper
Celebrimbor

Lineage:
Zoom H4n > USB > Wav files > Flac file Dppoweramp

CD1:
01 - Plainsong
02 - Pictures of You
03 - Lullaby
04 - High
05 - The End of the World
06 - Lovesong
07 - Sleep When I'm Dead
08 - Push
09 - In Between Days
10 - Just Like Heaven
11 - From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
12 - The Hungry Ghost
13 - Play for Today
14 - A Forest
15 - Primary

CD2:
01 - The Walk
02 - Friday I'm in Love
03 - Doing the Unstuck
04 - Trust
05 - Want
06 - Wrong Number
07 - One Hundred Years
08 - Disintegration
09 - Crowd

Encore:
10 - Shake Dog Shake
11 - Bananafishbones
12 - The Top

CD3:
Encore 2:
01 - Crowd
02 - Dressing Up
03 - The Lovecats
04 - The Caterpillar
05 - Close to Me
06 - Just One Kiss
07 - Let's Go to Bed
08 - Why Can't I Be You?
09 - Boys Don't Cry
10 - Crowd

Notes:
Very good concert. Robert Smith in good mood. They played One hundred years and Disintegration and so I'm happy. Twenty-three thousand people attended the show...quite chatty...but we are in Italy and we are prepared to claps and chats about daily job, kitchen and sports... Anyway here it is. A very good recording. The volume was a little low so I've raised 5 db the master volume.

U2 - 1987-08-08 - Cork, Ireland (AUD/FLAC) from vinyl




(Audience FLAC)

The Cork Connection
Pairc Uí Chaoimh

2 LP 1987 Sambooka Music Publishing Ltd. release on
blue & red vinyl (records 1 & 2 respectively)

Vinyl Transfer

Lineage:
LP > NAD 5120 turntable/Nagaoka MP-11 > CD Spin Doctor > flac

Disc One (49:30):
01. Stand By Me
02. C'Mon Everybody
03. I Will Follow
04. Trip Through Your Wires
05. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
(performed, but not on LP: MLK, The Unforgettable Fire)
06. Exit
07. In God's Country
08. Sunday Bloody Sunday
09. People Get Ready
10. Help!
11. Bad

Disc Two (47:24):
01. October
02. New Year's Day
03. Pride
04. Bullet The Blue Sky
05. Running To Stand Still
06. With or Without You
07. Party Girl
08. Out Of Control
09. "40"
10. Spanish Eyes*
11. Lucille*

* Bonus tracks: Glasgow Scottish Exhibition Centre - 29 June 1987

The Specials - 2012-05-28 - Landgraaf, NL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pinkpop Festival

Video:
PAL MPEG2, 25 fps, 720x576, 16:9 widescreen, 4065 kbps avg.

Audio:
Stereo AC3 48/384

Lineage:
Cable TV (DVB-C) => DVD-RAM (DVD recorder) => HDD => TMPEG DVD Author 1.6

DVD with menu and chapters

01 - Gangsters
02 - Monkey Man
03 - It's Up To You
04 - Rat Race
05 - Doesn't Make It Alright
06 - Hey Little Rich Girl
07 - Concrete Jungle
08 - Stereotype
09 - Man At C & A
10 - Do Nothing
11 - A Message To You Rudy
12 - Nite Klub
13 - Little Bitch
14 - Too Much Too Young
15 - Enjoy Yourself

Running time: 54 mins. approx.


The Kinks - 1982-02-27 - Tokyo, JP (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

One More For The Road (liberated boot)

original source: FM broadcast?
CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC

Disc 1

01. Opening
02. Around The Dial
03. The Hard Way
04. Where Have All The Good Times Gone-Tired Of Waiting For You
05. Come On Now
06. Destroyer
07. Yo-Yo
08. Tokyo
09. Lola
10. Low Budget
11. Superman (incl. Shakin' All Over)
12. Celluloid Heroes


Disc 2
01. Till The End Of The Day
02. Bernadette
03. All Day And All Of The Night
04. Give The People What They Want
05. Pressure
06. Stop Your Sobbing-David Watts
07. You Really Got Me


Officially released songs not included here:
Noise (Extended Remix)(b-side of Come Dancing 12" single)
Ray Davies - Return To Waterloo soundtrack
Intro
Return To Waterloo
Going Solo
Missing Persons
Sold Me Out
Lonely Hearts
Not Far Away
Expectations
Voices In The Dark

sabato 23 dicembre 2017

Don Cherry with the George Gruntz Group - Tunisia & Stuttgart - 1969 (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage:
FM>?>Trade CD>EAC>FLAC>Vuze>Dimeadozen

Tunisia

May 1969

George Gruntz - piano, celeste
Don Cherry - cornet, flute
Sahib Shihab - flute, alto flute, soprano saxophone
Henri Texier - bass
Daniel Humair - drums
Salah El Mehdi - ney, flute
Moktar Slama - bendire, bagpipe, mezuette, soukra
Jelloud Osman - ney, bendire, mezzuette, bagpipe
Hattab Jouini - tabla, darbouka, bendire

01. Untitled intro 0:44
02. Buanuara 5:23
03. Alaji 3:43
04. Salhe 1:36
05. Nemeit 5:04
06. Fazani 5:00

Beethovensaal der Liederhalle
Stuttgart, Germany

5 September 1969

Same personnel and Eberhard Weber - bass

07. Mahgreb Cantata part 1 (Is Tikhbar, Ghitta, Alaji) 11:25
08. Mahgreb Cantata part 2 (Djerbi, M'rabaa, Buanuara) 22:21
09. Mahgreb Cantata part 3 (Nemeit, Hayadanumuyama, Fazani) 18:03

Total Time: 73:23

Discographical information adapted from Don Cherry - Unissued Recordings: http://web.comhem.se/kassman/doncherry.htm
See also http://www.plosin.com/milesahead/Tapes.aspx?s=19690905

David Bowie - 1983-05-05 - San Bernadino, CA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Glen Helen Regional Park 

Source: 
Cassette XLII100 --> Audacity --> Wav --> FLAC Front End 8 

01. Announcement 
02. The Jean Genie (Intro) 
03. Star 
04. "Heroes" 
05. What In THe World 
06. Golden Years 
07. Fashion --> 
08. Let's Dance 
09. Breaking Glass 
10. Life On Mars? 
11. Sorrow 
12. Cat People 
13. China Girl 
14. Scary Monsters 
15. Rebel Rebel 
16. White Light, White Heat 
17. Station To Station 
18. Cracked Actor 
19. Ashes To Ashes 
20. Space Oddity 
21. Band Introductions 
22. Young Americans 
23. Fame 
24. The Jean Genie 
25. Modern Love 

Description: 
Soundboard, good quality recording from the archives. Not as good as today's soundboard's of course but a good listen. Compare to 'Cool Million.' Helden's site says Cool Million is audience but I think this is probably a misprint, it is soundboard, no question when you listen to the opening announcement by George Simms. This is fairly low gen, and probably could benefit from more tweaking than I can do on Audacity, i.e., a remaster.

mercoledì 20 dicembre 2017

Kansas - White Clover Demos (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Lineage: 
cdr trade > express rip wav > flac level 8 tlh > checksum tlh > torrent tlh > you 

01. medley - Unknown, Light My Fire, Unknown, Hush, Light My Fire, 
02. To Love Somebody 
03. Instrumental 
04. Taxman 
05. Sunshine Of Your Love (inc) / Light My Fire (inc) 
06. Unknown 
07. Born To Be Wild 
08. Sunshine Of Your Love 
09. Sookie, Sookie 
10. Soul Kitchen 
11. Unknown - (Baby Looking Back At Me?) 
12. Unknown - (If I Could Fine Me A Girl Of My Own) 
13. Get Away Woman, Unknown 
14. Unknown 
15. Unknown 
16. Music Is The Freedom

martedì 19 dicembre 2017

Jimi Hendrix - 1969 - Sessions (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Unknown lineage

Disc 1:
RECORD PLANT, NEW YORK, February 11, 1969
1-3. It's Too Bad
4. World Traveller
5. Duane Hitchings Jam

Disc 2:
OLYMPIC SOUND STUDIOS, LONDON
February 14, 1969
1. Slow Version
2. Ezy Rider / Star Spangled Banner
3. Blues Jam At Olympic

February 16, 1969
4. Gypsy Blood
5. Room Full Of Mirrors
6. Shame, Shame, Shame
7. Here He Comes
8. Sunshine Of Your Love

February 17, 1969
9. Spanish Castle Magic
10. Getting My Heart Back Together

February 22, 1969
11. Message To Love
12. Gypsy Blood
13. Valleys Of Neptune
14. Valleys Of Neptune

February 26, 1969
15. Noel's Tune

Notes:
Compilation of all circulating February 1969 studio recordings in the best available quality.
This collection continues the studio recording history of Jimi Hendrix as started on ATM 109-112 "Maximum Experience", and picks up where ATM 180-183 "TTG Studios october 1968" leaves off.

Jethro Tull - 2007-08-04 - Calw, DE (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Marktplatz

Source:
DVB-s > Hauppauge Nova S-Plus > DVB Viewer > HDD > WaveLab > Flac level 8 > TLH

"Calw Rockt" - Open air festival

FM master recording, broadcast on german radio staion "SWR1".

Ian Anderson
Martin Barre,
John O'Hara
David Goodier
James Duncan (Anderson)

01. Living In The Past
02. Jack-In-The-Green
03. Thick As A Brick
04. Mother Goose
05. Bourée
06. Nothing Is Easy
07. Aqualung
08. Locomotive Breath

The Byrds - 1969-05-23 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Ash Grove 1969

Ash Grove, Los Angeles, May 23, 1969
Liberated Deep Six bootleg
Excellent stereo soundboard re-pitched (twice), de-hummed and remastered

Roger McGuinn - guitar, Clarence White - guitar,
Skip Battin - bass, Gene Parsons - drums

01. Lover Of The Bayou
02. You AIn't Going Nowhere
03. Welcome Back Home
04. Old Blue
05. My Back Pages
06. Baby What You Want Me To Do
07. He Was A Friend Of Mine
08. Truck Stop Girl
09. guest intros
10. Break My Mind - with Linda Rondstat
11. I'm Moving On - with John Hammond
12. Take A City Bride
13. Chestnut Mare
14. This Wheel's On Fire
15. It's Alright Ma - Ballad Of Easy Rider
16. Jesus Is Just Alright
17. Turn! Turn! Turn!
18. Mr. Tambourine Man
19. Eight Miles High (incomplete)

lunedì 18 dicembre 2017

Pete Townshend - TV Chronicles Vol 1 (DVDfull pro-shot/mp3@192)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

1960's

Video:
NTSC 720x480 29.97fps 5980kbps VBR

Audio:
AC3 Stereo 48khz 192kbps

Menus, Chapters and Artwork included.

DVD Authoring, Video Compilation and Artwork by Marquee Video Productions

01. Whole Scene Going (1966-01-05)
02. Take Thirty (1966-07-09)
03. Seize Millions De Jeunes (1966-09-08)
04. Swedish TV (1966-10-11)
05. French TV (1967-04-05)
06. Finland TV (1967-04-30)
07. All My Loving (1968-03-10)
08. Beat Club (1969-08-26/28)

Notes by the uploader/trader:
Pete Townshend has kindly given me his consent and support as the copyright holder of the music contained in these TV clips to release the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set exclusively on Long Live Rock.

I originally put together the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set as a 60th birthday present for Pete last year. The idea was to present him with all of the TV clips I had in my collection that featured Pete giving interviews so that he could have a great historical document of his thoughts, ideas and opinions throughout the years to use as research material for writing his autobiography.

I spent many months combing through the extensive library of video tapes and DVDs that I have collected over the years and created individual MPEG2 clips of Pete's TV appearances.  I then compiled them all in chronological order onto DVDs.  Not all of the clips feature interviews, but the majority of them do.  Many of the clips did not have any information, so I did my best to figure out the dates and shows.  If any of the information is incorrect, please let me know and I will update it.



Pete Townshend - TV Chronicles Vol 2 (DVDfull pro-shot/mp3@192)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

1970 - 1978

Video:
NTSC 720x480 29.97fps 6000kbps VBR

Audio:
AC3 Stereo 48khz 192 kb/s

Menus, Chapters and Artwork included.

DVD Authoring, Video Compilation and Artwork by Marquee Video Productions

01 - Dutch TV Pete interview 1970
02 - The Seeker Promo - Color 1970-03
03 - The Seeker Promo - B/W 1970-03
04 - Top of the Pops German TV The Seeker 1970-03-26
05 - Black, White and Blues Documentary Pete interview 1971
06 - Top of the Pops WGFA 1971-07-07
07 - Join Together Promo 1972-06-25
08 - Roadies Swedish TV Airport Arrival WGFA 1972-08-23
09 - Russell Harty Plus Relay 1973-01-03
10 - Russell Harty Plus Interview 1973-01-03
11 - Old Grey Whistle Test Relay & LLR 1973-01-29
12 - Top of the Pops 5:15 1973-10-03
13 - 2nd House BBC2 Pete interview 1974-08-29
14 - Jeremy Paxman BBC1 Pete interview 1977-10-31
15 - Who Are You Promo 1978-05-09
16 - Good Morning America Pete and Keith interview 1978-08-07

Notes by the uploader/trader:
Pete Townshend has kindly given me his consent and support as the copyright holder of the music contained in these TV clips to release the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set exclusively on Long Live Rock.

I originally put together the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set as a 60th birthday present for Pete last year.  The idea was to present him with all of the TV clips I had in my collection that featured Pete giving interviews so that he could have a great historical document of his thoughts, ideas and opinions throughout the years to use as research material for writing his autobiography.

I spent many months combing through the extensive library of video tapes and DVDs that I have collected over the years and created individual MPEG2 clips of Pete's TV appearances.  I then compiled them all in chronological order onto DVDs.  Not all of the clips feature interviews, but the majority of them do.  Many of the clips did not have any information, so I did my best to figure out the dates and shows.  If any of the information is incorrect, please let me know and I will update it.

Pete Townshend - TV Chronicles Vol 3 (DVDfull pro-shot/mp3@192)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

1979

Video:
NTSC 720x480 29.97fps 5627kbps VBR

Audio:
AC3 Stereo 48khz 192 kb/s

Menus, Chapters and Artwork included.

DVD Authoring, Video Compilation and Artwork by Marquee Video Productions

01. Old Grey Whistle Test - Pete interview 1979-02
02. Nationwide BBC1 Documentary - Pete interview 1979-05-11
03. Secret Policemans Ball - PW, Drowned, WGFA 1979-06-27
04. Backstage Wembley - Pete interview 1979-08-18
05. Cincinnati News Reports - Pete interview 1979-12-04
06. Kampuchea Concert - The Who - SD, BBE, SMFM 1979-12-28
07. Kampuchea Concert - Rockestra - Lucille, Let it Be, Rockestra Theme 1979-12-29
08. Won't Get Fooled Again: Profile of The Who ITV Documentary - Pete interview 1979-12-30

Notes by the uploader/trader:
Pete Townshend has kindly given me his consent and support as the copyright holder of the music contained in these TV clips to release the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set exclusively on Long Live Rock.

I originally put together the Pete Townshend TV Chronicles DVD set as a 60th birthday present for Pete last year.  The idea was to present him with all of the TV clips I had in my collection that featured Pete giving interviews so that he could have a great historical document of his thoughts, ideas and opinions throughout the years to use as research material for writing his autobiography.

I spent many months combing through the extensive library of video tapes and DVDs that I have collected over the years and created individual MPEG2 clips of Pete's TV appearances.  I then compiled them all in chronological order onto DVDs.  Not all of the clips feature interviews, but the majority of them do.  Many of the clips did not have any information, so I did my best to figure out the dates and shows.  If any of the information is incorrect, please let me know and I will update it.