giovedì 31 agosto 2017

Whitesnake - 1997-11-16 - Moscow, RU (DVDfull pro-shot)



(DVDfull pro-shot)

Audio/Video Specs:
Video: 
MPEG-2 
PAL 
25 fps 
4:3 
720 x 576 
6.62 Mbps 

Audio: 
AC3 
48 khz 
224 kb/s 
Stereo

Format:
PAL

David Coverdale (voc)
Denny Carmassi (dr)
Tony Franklin (bg)
Steve Farris (g)
Adrian Vandenberg (g)
Derek Hilland (keyb)

01 - Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
02 - Give Me All Your Love
03 - Love Ain’t No Stranger
04 - Too Many Tears
05 - Hit & Run Intro / Ready & Willing
06 - Mistreated
07 - Restless Heart
08 - Don’t Break My Heart Again
09 - Fool For Your Loving
10 - Here I Go Again
11 - Soldier Of Fortune
12 - Oi
13 - Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
14 - Still Of The Night
15 - We Wish You Well

George Harrison with Eric Clapton - 1991-12-01 - Kanagawa, JP (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

George Harrison w/Eric Clapton and his band 
Yokohama Arena 
Kanagawa, Japan 
December 1, 1991 

Lineage: Unknown (from another tracker) 

Title: "Days of Speed" (MidValley MV 137/138) 

Disc one (69:45): 
(1) I Want To Tell You (5:07) 
(2) Old Brown Shoe (3:51) 
(3) Taxman (4:23) 
(4) Give Me Love (3:52) 
(5) If I Needed Someone (4:05) 
(6) Something (5:03) 
(7) Fish on the Sand (3:35) 
(8) Love Comes To Everyone (4:24) 
(9) What Is Life (4:58) 
(10) Dark Horse (4:26) 
(11) Piggies (2:57) 
(12) Pretending (6:35) 
(13) Old Love (9:45) 
(14) Badge (6:38) 

Disc two (64:59):
(1) Wonderful Tonight (9:00) 
(2) Got My Mind Set On You (5:08) 
(3) Cloud Nine (4:43) 
(4) Here Comes The Sun (3:20) 
(5) My Sweet Lord (5:56) 
(6) All Those Years Ago (5:05) 
(7) Cheer Down (4:37) 
(8) Devil's Radio (4:49) 
(9) Isn't It A Pity (8:01) 
(10) While My Guitar Gently Weeps (6:43) 
(11) Roll Over Beethoven (7:33) 

Checksum file and artwork are included.

Comments:
This is the first date of the brief (two-week) Japanese tour George Harrison undertook with Eric Clapton and his touring band in late 1991; as nearly everyone knows, this would mark his final series of live appearances aside from a charity gig in London a few months later. The performance is solid throughout; the band sounded well-rehearsed and professional and based on this recording one could never sense George's well-known aversion to performing live. The setlist is identical throughout the tour, and a great mix of Beatles and solo material (with a brief EC showcase in the middle of the set). For those who have never heard one of these shows, it's worth picking up.

The recording is pretty good -- nearly all of the Japanese recordings are great -- and Mid Valley did a good job with this release. The only flaw is that there is a fair amount of crowd noise evident between songs -- to be honest, I don't know if the audience mars any of the music itself, but the taper was apparently in the midst of an enthusiastic crowd that cheered a lot between songs. From what I've heard, the audience shouldn't interfere with one's enjoyment of the show.

mercoledì 30 agosto 2017

Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1985-03-01 - Dallas, TX (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Dallas Sound Labs

SBD > ? > DAT
SV3700 > CardDeluxe > Audition > FLAC

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Guitar and Vocal
Tommy Shannon - Bass
Chris "Whipper" Layton - Drums

01 Say What (S. R. Vaughan) 5:11:60
02 Life Without You (S. R. Vaughan) 8:03:59
03 Give Me Back My Wig (T.R. Taylor) 5:00:39
04 May I Have a Little Talk With You (C. Burnett) 5:15:00
05 I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime) (C. Burnett) 6:19:65
06 Boilermaker (S. R. Vaughan) 8:40:67
07 Chitlins Con Carne (K. Burrel) 6:11:14
08 Hug & Squeeze You (S. R. Vaughan) 3:56:63
09 Telephone Song (Nile Rodgers) 2:42:36
10 Hendrix Shuffle (S. R. Vaughan) 4:22:36
11 Hangnails and Boogers 2:21:03
12 Life Without You (S. R. Vaughan) 6:17:60
13 The Sky Is Crying (Robinson, Lewis, James) 4:37:03
14 Boot Hill (Reyne, Binks) 2:57:03
15 Come On (Part III) (E. King, S. R. Vaughan ) 6:31:70
16 Come On (Part III) (Instrumental) (E. King, S. R. Vaughan) 1:13:34
17 Rude Mood (S. R. Vaughan) 2:26:40
18 Life Without You Intro (S. R. Vaughan) 1:16:33
19 Life Without You (S. R. Vaughan) 14:20:41

Eric Clapton - 2001-10-06 - Buenos Aires, ARG (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

THE ULTIMATE STORM - BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA, Oct 6th 2001

2 Disc Single Layer Version

Video from Argentinian TV free broadcast, master VHS tape.

720x480 NTSC
Audio mixed in from Mid Valley's outstanding CD release entitled "General Probe 2001".

Audio streams:

- Lossless PCM stereo
- DTS 5.1

Disc 1

01 - Key to the Highway
02 - Reptile
03 - Got you on my mind
04 - Tears in Heaven
05 - Bell Bottom Blues
06 - Change the World
07 - My Father's eyes
08 - River of Tears
09 - Going Down Slow
10 - She's Gone


Disc 2
01 - I want a little girl
02 - Badge
03 - Hoochie Coochie Man
04 - Stormy Monday (!!!!!!)
05 - Cocaine
06 - Wonderful Tonight
07 - Layla
08 - Sunshine of Your Love
09 - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

All credits to Zetti Productions


Bob Dylan - 1993-02-15 - Utrecht, NL (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Muziekcentrum Vredenburg
 

RTM 1993 PreBoard #07

This one in the RTM 1993 series is also Utrecht 1993-02-15 and also Moving On To Holland, the Rattlesnake boot.

More for completists this FLAC version LB-5321, sourced from CDR, was seeded two years before JTT's SHN version from silvers LB-8123

All files straight from my archive HDD, nothing changed, nothing added.


Moving On To Holland

Utrecht. (soundboard)
15th February 1993

lineage

cdr>eac>wav>flac

Disc one

01.I'm Movin' On (Hank Snow)
02.If Not For You
03.All Along The Watchtower
04.Tangled Up In Blue
05.Watching The River Flow
06.Stuck Inside Of Mobile
07.It Takes A Lot To Laugh
08.Tomorrow Night
09.Jim Jones
10.Mr Tambourine Man
11.Don't Think Twice
12.Cat's In The Well


Disc two
01.I And I
02.The Times
03.Highway 61 Revisited
04.Ballad Of A Thin Man
05.Everything Is Broken
06.It Ain't Me Babe


bonus:
07.The Man In Me
08.I'll Remember You
09.What Good Am I?
10.Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
11.Folsom Prison Blues (Jonnny Cash)
12.The Times They Are A Changin


Bonus tracks

7-10, Utrecht 16th February 1993
11 & 12 Utrecht 17th February 1993

lunedì 28 agosto 2017

Joan Baez - 1970-1984 - In Italy (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


Audio: 
MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 256Kbps 

Video: 
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 7200Kbps 

Lineage: 
TV > VHS > MPEG2 > authoring 

Arena Civicia Di Milano, 1970 
01. Farewell, Angelina 
02. Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word 
03. Joe Hill 
04. Donna Donna 
05. Tennessee Waltz 
06. There But For Fortune 
07. C'era Un Ragazzo Che Come Ma Amava... 

Bussoladomani, Viareggio, 1984 
08. The Rose 
09. Gracias A La Vida 
10. No Woman, No Cry 
11. The Boxer 
12. C'era Un Ragazzo Che Come Me Amava... 
13. Let It Be 
14. Blowin' In The Wind 
15. We Shall Overcome 

Blitz, Roma, 1984 
16. Gracias A La Vida 
17. Childern Of The Eighties 
18. La Canzone Di Marinella 

running time - 1:07:23 

Notes:
On this DVD compiled all available footage, filmed in Italy. Milan and Viareggio concerts are not full, it exist in RAI archive in longer form. Here's cuted versions sourced from tv-broadcasts. 




Led Zeppelin - 1975-05-23 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC) The Awesome Foursome


(Audience FLAC)

Earl's Court, London, UK 

Source: Audience 
Lineage: Silvers > EAC Secure mode > WAV > Flac 8 

Title: The Awesome Foursome (CG 42~CG 43~CG 44) 

Disc 1:
01. Intro 
02. Rock and Roll 
03. Sick Again 
04. Over The Hills And Far Away 
05. In My Time Of Dying 
06. The Song Remains The Same 
07. The Rain Song 
08. Kashmir 

Disc 2: 

01. No Quarter 
02. Tangerine 
03. Thats The Way 
04. Going to California 
05. Bron Y Aur Stomp 
06. Trampled Under Foot (fades out) 
07. Moby Dick (pt.1) 

Disc 3: 
01. Moby Dick (pt.2) 
02. Dazed and Confused 
03. Stairway To Heaven 
04. Whole Lotta Love 
05. Black Dog 

Led Zeppelin - 1975-05-24 - London, UK (SBD/AUD/FLAC) Watch Tower


(Soundboard/Audience FLAC)

Earl's Court

Lineage: 
Silvers > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC 

Title: To Be A Rock And Not To Roll 
Label: Watch Tower (WT 2002072/73/74/75) 

Disc 1: 
1 Opening 
2 Rock And Roll 
3 Sick Again 
4 Over The Hills And Far Away 
5 In My Time Of Dying *** REMOVED 
6 The Song Remains The Same 
7 The Rain Song 

Disc 2: 

1 Kashmir 
2 No Quarter 
3 Tangerine 
4 Going To California 
5 That's The Way 
6 Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 

Disc 3: 

1 Trampled Underfoot 
2 Moby Dick 

Disc 4: 
1 Dazed And Confused 
2 Stairway To Heaven 
3 Whole Lotta Love 
4 Black Dog 

Sweden Rock Festival - 2014-06-07 - Norje, SWE (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Date: June 5-7th, 2014
Venue/Location: Sweden Rock Festival/Norje, Sweden
Source: FM - Swedish Radio - P4 Rock
Air date: June 7th, 2014
Taped and edited by CTM (The Metalist)

Lineage: Sony STR-DE335 Receiver > Zoom H1 (48 kHz/24 bit) > PC via USB > Sony Soundforge Pro (44,1 kHz/16 bit + editing) > CD Wave Editor (Cue sheets + WAV split) > Trader's Little Helper (Flac conversion Level 8) > You!

BLACK STONE CHERRY 2014-06-05 Festival Stage
01 - White Trash Millionaire
02 - Blame It On The Boom-Boom
Time: 9:41

URIAH HEEP 2014-06-05 Sweden Stage
01 - Sunrise
02 - Lady In Black
Time: 12:42

ALICE COOPER 2014-06-05 Festival Stage
01 - Eighteen
02 - Poison
03 - School's Out (w/ Rob Zombie)
Time: 15:26

JOE BONAMASSA 2014-06-06 Rock Stage
01 - Ballad Of John Henry
Time: 13:28

KVELERTAK 2014-06-06 Festival Stage
01 - Evig Vandrar
02 - Blodtørst
03 - Kvelertak
Time: 11:23

MONSTER MAGNET 2014-06-07 Rock Stage
01 - Powertrip
02 - Space Lord
Time: 13:27

BILLY IDOL 2014-06-07 Festival Stage
01 - Cradle Of Love
02 - Dancing With Myself
03 - Flesh For Fantasy
Time: 17:39

Caravan - 1991-06-09 - Perugia, IT (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Giardini Frontone 
Perugia, Italy 
June 9th, 1991 
"Rockin' in Umbria" 

SOURCE : superb EX+ stereo low generation soundboard tape. 

LINEAGE : 
-> stereo soundboard -> low gen Maxell XLII type II cassette -> Nakamichi Dragon (with auto-azimuth) Dolby off for playback -> Pioneer PDR 609 stand alone CD burner -> WAV -> EAC V0.99 prebeta 4 -> Goldwave v.5.08 for tracks splitting, edits -> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries 

Pye Hastings - vocals, guitar 
David Sinclair - keyboards 
Richard Sinclair - bass & vocals 
Richard Coughlan - drums 

CD one (0:47:18) 
01.Memory lain, Hugh 
02.Headloss 
03.Golf girl 
04.Videos of Hollywood 
05.Nine feet underground 
06.In the land of grey and pink 1

CD two (0:54:12) 
01.Where but for Caravan Would I(fades in - beginning of track is missing) 
02.Winter wine (fades in) 
03.Nightmare 
04.If I could do it again I would do it all over you 
05.For Richard 
06.Impro while Pye is changing a string on his guitar. 
07.Keep on caring (new song ?) 
08.Behind you 

TOTAL TIME 1:41:30 

B.B. King - 1989-05-06 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Rockefeller's

SRC: SBD > ? > Dan Haugh's DAT
Lineage: Sony DTC-790 > Hucht Copyprocessor MKII > Tascam HD-P2 > WAV
Editing: Click removal, normalization and tracking in Audacity > TLH > FLAC

01 - Intro
02 - Let the Good Times Roll
03 - When It All Comes Down
04 - Tombstone
05 - Paying the Cost to be the Boss
06 - Outside Help
07 - Why I Sing the Blues
08 - Darling You Know I Love You
09 - Caledonia
10 - Nobody Loves Me Like My Mother
11 - Thrill is Gone
12 - When Love Comes to Town

Rush - 1990-06-27 - Mountain View, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Rush - A Pass Through Mountain View
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 59:41, 58:43
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 62790
Source: Soundboard/Pro Shot Video
Date: June 27, 1990
Location: Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, California, USA
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=84

DISC 1:
01 - Force Ten 4:43
02 - Freewill 3:47
03 - Distant Early Warning 4:17
04 - Time Stand Still 6:12
05 - Subdivisions 5:24
06 - Marathon 6:38
07 - Red Barchetta 6:50
08 - Superconductor 5:10
09 - Show Don't Tell 6:38
10 - The Pass 5:06
11 - Closer To The Heart 4:56

DISC 2:
01 - Manhattan Project 5:04
02 - Xanadu 6:39
03 - YYZ 3:09
04 - Drum Solo 5:12
05 - Scars 4:40
06 - War Paint 5:49
07 - Mission 5:37
08 - Tom Sawyer 6:26
09 - The Spirit Of Radio 4:54
10 - 2112 Overture 3:18
11 - La Villa Strangiato 4:47
12 - In The Mood 2:13
13 - Pipeline / Jazz Bass 0:55

Santana - Third Album Outtakes & Rehearsals (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Lineage:
SBD>?>cdr>eac>flac

CD 1 
01 - Jungle Strut (Alternate Take) 
02 - Everybodys Everything (Inst.Jam) 
03 - Ballin (Outtake) 
04 - Folsom Street (Outtake) 
05 - Friedneckbones & Home Fries (Outtake) 
06 - Guajira (Demo) 
07 - Tune In (Reharsal)
08 - Blues Jam ? 
09 - Everything Is Coming Our Way (Inst.) 
10 - Batuka (Jam With Blues) 
11 - Rehearsal Jam 1 

CD 2 
01 - Rehearsal Jam 2 
02 - Jungle Strut (Expanded) 
03 - Ballin (Expanded) 
04 - Folsom Street (Expanded)
05 - Gumbo  (Alternate Take) 
06 - Jungle Strut (Alternate Take 2) 
07 - Toussant L'Overture (Alternate Take) 

notes
Selection of alternate takes and rehearsals from the Santana 3 album.  Note: none of the versions of these tracks have appeared on any studio album in this format. 

Pink Floyd - 1994-03-16 - San Bernadino, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Norton Air Force Base
San Bernadino, California
March 16, 1994

From The Master (A2>CD4) 

11.43 Shine on You Crazy Diamond
08.35 High Hopes
01.19 Tune ups
02.14 Breathe
06.35 Time/Breathe (Reprise)
04.33 The Great Gig in the Sky
05.45 Lost for Words
00.10 Tune Ups
03.17 Wish You Were Here (cut cross-faded in)
08.01 Us and Them
07.39 Money
07.41 Comfortable Numb

Quality: The only 1994 really worth an EX

Definitely the best basic quality recording of the 1994 tour and possibly the only SBD (Remaster), 

R.E.M. - 2008-07-16 - Berlin, DE (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage:
DigiSat broadcast (RBB RadioEins Germany on 04.February 2009 / 48 kHz,320 kbps) -> optical cable ->
Adobe Audition (fades, crossfades, downsampling to 44,1 kHz) -> wav -> CD Wave Editor (tracking) -> wav -> TLH -> flac

(all radio jingles and DJ talk is cut out)

Peter Buck - guitar
Mike Mills - bass, keyboards
Michael Stipe - vocals
Bill Rieflin - drums
Scott McCaughey - bass, guitar, keyboards

01. Living Well Is The Best Revenge
02. West Of The Fields
03. What’S The Frequency, Kenneth
04. Star 69
05. Man Sized Wreath
06. Ignoreland
07. Begin The Begin
08. Hollow Man
09. Imitation Of Life
10. Houston
11. Electrolite
12. South Central Rain
13. Auctioneer
14. The Great Beyond
15. The One I Love
16. Pretty Persuasion
17. Fall On Me
18. Let Me In
19. Horse To Water
20. Bad Day
21. I’M Gonna Dj
22. Orange Crush
23. Supernatural Superserious
24. Losing My Religion
25. Driver 8
26. Don'T Go Back To Rockville
27. Man On The Moon

time: 1:36:18

Robin Trower - 1974-09-xx - FOR EARTH BELOW REHEARSALS & JAMS (STU/FLAC)

 


(Studio FLAC)

ROBIN TROWER: "FOR EARTH BELOW" (THIRD ALBUM) REHEARSALS AND JAMS
OLD VICTORIAN CHURCH, LONDON, ENGLAND SEPTEMBER 1974

Robin Trower-guitar
Bill Lordan-drums
James Dewar-voice and bass
Matthew Fisher-keyboards

Lineage:
Low-gen tapes>cd-r>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5(song indexing)>XACT>flac


Disc One Setlist: (75:16)

01. Jazz-Rock Fusion Instrumental (with Matthew Fisher on keyboards)
02. Slow Keyboard Blues-Jazz Instrumental (with Matthew Fisher on keyboards)
03. Fast Tempo Guitar Jam Instrumental
04. Lady Love Instrumental Jam
05. I Can't Wait Much Longer Instrumental Jam
06. Bass-Drum Instrumental Workout *
07. Hendrix-styled Slow Instrumental *
08. Guitar-Drum Instrumental Workout *
09. Twice Removed From Yesterday Instrumental Jam *


Disc Two Setlist: (74:04)
01. Gonna Be Suspicious Intro Instrumental
02. Gonna Be Suspicious Early Version Instrumental Jam
03. Hendrix-styled Wah-Wah Slow Mood Instrumental
04. Guitar Shuffle Instrumental
05. Slow, Moody Jazzy Guitar Instrumental
06. Slow Univibe Mood Instrumental #1
07. Fine Day Instrumental Jam #1
08. Funk-Rhythm Instrumental Workout
09. Funky Guitar Tempo Instrumental Workout #1
10. Funky Guitar Tempo Instrumental Workout #2
11. Slow Univibe Mood Instrumental #2
12. Fine Day Instrumental Jam #2
13. Fine Day Instrumental Jam #3
14. R&B Instrumental #1
15. R&B Instrumental #1
16. Fine Day Instrumental Jam #4
17. Fine Day Instrumental Jam #5
18. Fine Day Early Rough Vocal Run Through


INFO:
After Robin Trower finished up his UK dates in mid-August 1974, in support of "Bridge of Sighs," he fired drummer Reg Isidore. Trower and bassist/vocalist James Dewar then flew to Los Angeles to audition new drummers. Trower had decided he wanted an American drummer with a distinctively American feel. After auditioning several drummers, Trower got a call from Bill Lordan, formerly of Sly Stone's band. Trower later told an interviewer that Lordan phoned him up and boasted that he was the best man for the job and to look no further. Lordan more than backed up this bold claim during his audition and immediately clinched the gig. In September 1974, Trower, Dewar, Lordan, and producer Matthew Fisher (keyboardist in Trower's old band, Procol Harum) assembled in London and rented a church to rehearse in and jam. The London rehearsals were designed to work out a new sound for the band, to help the new lineup gel, and to firm up ideas for their third album, FOR EARTH BELOW, which Fisher was producing. In a very informative interview posted at Steve's Place (http://members.shaw.ca/stevesplace/BLinterview.htm), an excellent Trower website, Trower drummer Bill Lordan recalls: "I went to England in September of 1974 to start rehearsals . . . [for the third album] FOR EARTH BELOW, the rehearsals were in an old Victorian Church in London. It wasn't an abandoned church, but it wasn't being used for services. It had a great acoustical sound for us. After rehearsing for a few weeks, we returned to Los Angeles to start recording FOR EARTH BELOW at The Record Plant [Hollywood], with Matthew Fisher producing. We cut the album and it seems like we went right on tour and I remember that the first gig was in Rochester, NY, November 4th, 1974." FOR EARTH BELOW was released in February 1975. All of the material here comes from those September 1974, jams and rehearsal sessions at the old Victorian church in London. NONE of these are studio outtakes or different mixes from the album. All of the numbers here are jams and rehearsals. They were recorded on a portable machine in the rehearsal room, and are not professional studio tracks. These numbers have a rough, jam feel to them similar to the Led Zep III and Stairway Sessions rehearsals and jams. This material is very special because it shows us a view of the Trower band that few have ever seen. Included are great jazz-rock fusion jams. These present a very unusual side of Trower. Matthew Fisher even joins in and plays keyboards on several of these wonderful jazz-rock and jazz-blues jams. In this material, we get the treat of listening to the band's creative process, as they work out ideas and experiment, doing some old numbers from the first two albums and working out new ideas for their third album. This is a rare opportunity to hear this superb, newly formed lineup having fun and letting go in a rehearsal room. Trower's guitar work is fabulous.

Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1986-04-14 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

BUDDY GUY & STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN
LONE STAR CAFE,
NEW YORK,NY,USA
APRIL 14,1986

lineage
Cassette Sb Master > Reel > M-Audio Transit > Cool Edit > Cd Wave Editor > Flac

CD1
Early Show
01-You Don'T Have To Go
02-I'Ll Play The Blues For You
03-Yonder'S Wall
04-Five Long Years
05-All Your Love
06-Blue Monday
07-Crazy About You >
08-I Just Wanna Make Love To You
09-Stormy Monday
10-Still Called The Blues

CD2
Late Show
01-Miss You ( Fades In )
02-Slow Blues Instrumental
03-Blue Guitar
04-Blind Man
05-Worry Worry *
06-Mary Had A Little Lamb *
07-Stormy Monday > Early In The Morning *
08-Champagne & Reefer *

* W/ Stevie Ray Vaughan

BB King - 1991-07-12 - Montreux, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Casino de Montreux

Lineage: 
CDR TRADE > EAC (WAV) > TLH (FLAC-8) > YOU 

B.B. King - guitar, vocals 
Leon Warren - guitar 
Michael Doster - bass 
Calep Emphrey Jr. - drums 
James Toney - keyboards 
Walter King - saxophone 
Melvin Jackson - saxophone 
James Bolden - trumpet 

* Jam Guests: 
Lavern Baker - vocals 
Ruth Brown - vocals 
Big Time Sarah - vocals 
Otis Rush - guitar 
Big Jay McNeely - sax 
Howard Johnson - bari-sax 
Greg Phillinganes - keys 
Jim Lauderdale - guitar 
David Gogo - guitar 
Claude Nobs - harp

DISC 1:
01. Custom Made (Instrumental) 
02. Two I Shoot (Instrumental) 
03. Intro BB King 
04. Let The Good Times Roll 
05. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss 
06. Into The Night 
07. Darlin' You Know I Love You 
08. Ain't Nobody's Business 
09. All Over Again (Instrumental) 
10. Why I Sing The Blues (Instrumental) 
11. Early In The Morning (Instrumental w/band intros) 
12. Since I Met You Baby 

DISC 2:
01. The Thrill Is Gone 
02. Please Accept My Love 
03. When Love Comes To Town 
04. Peace To The World 
05. Intro Guests * 
06. Everyday I Have The Blues 
07. Everyday I Have The Blues Jam 2 
08. Shake Rattle And Roll 
09. When The Saints Go Marching In 

Steely Dan - 1996-07-21 - Manassas, VA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Source:
SBD>DAT>HHB800>CDR>EAC>SHN

Donald Fagen - Fender Rhodes Keyboard
Walter Becker - Guitar
Wayne Krantz - Guitar

Art Crimes '96 Neuraesthenic Horns:
Cornelius Bumpus - Alto Sax
Ari Ambrose - Tenor Sax
Michael Leonhart - Trumpet

Ricky Lawson - Drums
Tom Barney - Bass
John Beasley - Piano
Carolyn Leonhart - Background Vocals
Michelle Wiley - Background Vocals

Disk 1 -- Set I
01. Do It Again
02. Bad Sneakers
03. Everyone's Gone To The Movies
04. Josie
05. Jack Of Speed
06. FM Jam / Band Intro
07. Hey 19
08. Green Earrings
09. Any Major Dude Will Tell You
10. Green Flower Street
11. Rikki Don't Lose That Number
12. Peg

Disk 2 -- Set II
01. (. . .) East St. Louis Toodle-oo (Fix Track Boundary Repeat)
02. Glamour Profession
03. My Waterloo
04. Wet Side Story
05. Midnight Cruiser
06. Black Cow
07. Home at Last
08. Kid Charlemagne

Encore:
09. I.G.Y.
10. My Old School
11. FM Jam Reprise

Uriah Heep - 1974-02-08 - San Diego, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)



(pre-FM FLAC)

Lineage:
Trade---HDD---TLH---Flac

David Byron - vocals
Mick Box - guitar, vocals
Gary Thain - bass, vocals
Lee Kerslake - drums, vocals
Ken Hensley - keyboards, vocals

1 Easy Livin' 04:41
2 Sweet Lorraine 05:52
3 Stealin' 06:08
4 July Morning 12:44
5 Seven Stars 05:44
6 Gypsy 07:55
7 Drum Solo 06:23
8 Sweet Freedom 09:50
9 Look At Yourself 08:44
10 Love Machine 03:23
11 Medley: Roll Over Beethoven / Blue Suede Shoes / Hound Dog … 06:38


When they were at their most popular circa 1974, when this concert was recorded for the King Biscuit Flower Hour, Uriah Heep was consistently selling out large theaters and mid-sized arenas. This show, recorded in San Diego, was captured in one of the band's strongest U.S. markets. Presenting a radio friendly blend of hard rock and British progressive rock, the Heep (as they were called) had become a rock 'n' roll mainstay on FM stations across the U.S. with songs like "Easy Livin'," "Stealin'" and "July Morning."
Those songs, and many others, make up this concert, which is really a greatest hits collection recorded live. "Heep was as powerful as any band anywhere," said keyboardist, vocalist and chief writer, Ken Hensley in July 1999, when this show was originally re-mixed for CD release, "and this night, so long ago, was a powerful night. Not perfect, but powerful!" Hensley is referring to the fact that the show was recorded with a few technical glitches and a less than perfect performance by the band, but what is lacking in musical perfection is more than made up for by a highly energetic performance.
Featuring the classic Heep lineup of Hensley, bassist Gary Thain, guitarist Mick Box, drummer Lee Kerslake, and vocalist David Byron, this show features the career music of a band that saw considerable commercial success, but never crossed over to the big league like other bands from that era like Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Emerson Lake & Palmer, The Who, and the Stones. In addition, they were almost universally hated by rock critics, who later had to eat their words when Uriah Heep released five gold albums that were in the U.S. Top 40 between 1972 and 1975.
"The critics hated us, particularly when we started to accomplish all the things they said we would never accomplish," said Hensley. "But, all we ever listened to were our fans, the ones that bought the tickets and the records."
The band was formed in the late 1960s by Byron and Box, initially calling themselves Spice. They re-named the band Uriah Heep from the name of a character in the Charles Dickens novel, David Copperfield. They then asked fellow Brit Ken Hensley to join, and he brought along drummer Lee Kerslake, his bandmate in the Bournemouth, U.K. based club group, the Gods. (The Gods were also home to future Rolling Stone Mick Taylor and Greg Lake, prior to King Crimson and ELP.) An early drummer was Nigel Olsson (who would spend 40 years on and off drumming for Elton John), and over their nearly 40 year existence, the band has had over 36 members. Today, only Mick Box remains from the original lineup.
Vocalist David Byron, who sang on all the radio hits the band ever had, developed a serious drinking problem and by 1977, he was out of the band. The group continued with new vocalist John Lawton, but failed to have any more hits. By the mid and late-1980s, most of the classic lineup had left, including Lee Kerslake who joined Ozzy Osbourne's Blizzard of Ozz in 1981. Vocalist David Byron launched a failed solo career in 1978, but his drinking caught up with him and he died in 1985.
This classic recording has many highlights, including the aforementioned hits, and other classics such as "Sweet Lorraine," "Gypsy," "Sweet Freedom," "Look At Yourself" and an encore medley of classic rock 'n' roll hits that includes "Roll Over Beethoven," "Blues Suede Shoes," "Hound Dog," and "At The Hop."

The Who - 1971-12-13 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

Source: "San Francisco 1971" (Black Dog Records) CD
Lineage: SBD > Silver Disc > CDR > WAV (EAC) > SHN > TLH > FLAC

01 - Substitute
02 - Summertime Blues
03 - My Wife
04 - Baba O'Riley
05 - Behind Blue Eyes
06 - Bargain
07 - Won't Get Fooled Again
08 - Pinball Wizard
09 - See Me, Feel Me
10 - My Generation >
11 - Jam > Naked Eye > I'm Going Down
12 - Magic Bus (cuts in)

Notes:
Artwork & MD5 Verification File all included.

Stage Banter by Tom Pratt.

A good soundboard with some slight hiss.

This is a great show from the second leg of the Who's Next 1971 US tour. The performance is probably one of the best of the year, the stage banter is silly as usual and the sound ispretty good. Not perfect for a soundboard recording but Who soundboards from this era are very rare so this one is worth checking out.

Genesis - 1974-12-17 - Rochester, NY (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

'Wasted Wings'

Auditorium Theater

"A" Quality

Disc One:
01 - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway 04:53
02 - Fly On A Windshield 02:41
03 - Broadway Melody Of 1974 02:16
04 - Cuckoo Cocoon 02:19
05 - In The Cage 07:36
06 - The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging 03:25
07 - Story Of Rael Part 1 01:33
08 - Back In N.Y.C. 06:10
09 - Hairless Heart 02:50
10 - Counting Out Time 03:34
11 - The Carpet Crawlers 05:33
12 - The Chamber Of 32 Doors 05:51
13 - Story Of Rael Part 2 03:30
14 - Lilywhite Lilith 02:41
15 - The Waiting Room 06:06

Disc Two:
01 - Anyway 01:14
02 - Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 02:46
03 - The Lamia 08:12
04 - Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 03:26
05 - The Colony Of Slippermen 08:24
06 - Ravine 01:47
07 - The Light Dies Down On Broadway 03:44
08 - Riding The Scree 04:22
09 - In The Rapids 02:14
10 - It 04:30
11 - The Musical Box 11:19

Total Running Time :  1:52:56

domenica 27 agosto 2017

John Fogerty - 2017-08-26 - Arrington, VI (ts pro-shot)


(ts pro-shot)

John Fogerty 
LOCKN' 
Main Stage 
Infinity Downs Farm 
Arrington, Virginia 
August 26, 2017 

Captured and uploaded to DIME by indykid.

Lineage: LIVE Webcast -> Livestreamer -> FFmpeg (edit) -> uncompressed .ts 
Video: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1280x720 2570 Kbps 30.00 fps 
Audio: AAC 128 Kbps 48.0 KHz stereo 

01 - Travelin' Band 
02 - Green River 
03 - Born on the Bayou 
04 - Susie Q (Dale Hawkins cover) 
05 - Who'll Stop the Rain 
06 - Lookin' Out My Back Door 
07 - Ramble Tamble 
08 - Midnight Special (Lead Belly cover) 
09 - Love and War (Brad Paisley cover) 
10 - I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Gladys Knight & The Pips cover) 
11 - Long as I Can See the Light 
12 - Lodi 
13 - New Orleans (Gary “U.S.” Bonds cover) 
14 - Keep On Chooglin' 
15 - Have You Ever Seen the Rain? 
16 - Up Around the Bend 
17 - Down on the Corner 
18 - Centerfield 
19 - The Old Man Down the Road 
20 - Fortunate Son 

Encore: 
21 - Bad Moon Rising 
22 - Proud Mary 

TRT = 01:40:19 

Note: This is a perfect capture of the webcast. Any imperfections, if present, were inherent in the broadcast. 

John Fogerty has been selling the official bootlegs for most of his recent shows through nugs.net, but the last couple have not been offered and none are up for pre-order, so we appear to be okay with this upload at this time. If the audio is later offered up for sale, this show will need to be removed from the tracker. Enjoy it while you can. 

Steely Dan - 2000-06-25 - Detroit, MI (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

"The Second Theater We've Blown Up This Year" - Uncirculated (16-bit) (FLAC)


Pine Knob Amphitheater


Lineage:

Soundboard -> DAT (model unknown) -> Lossless Wav Capture -> Cubase SX Wavelab 5.0 -> Waves S-1 imager (for widened stereo separation and balance) -> Steinberg Wavelab 5.0 for track indexing -> Wav files -> FLAC Frontend @ Level 8 -> Trader's Little Helper

Donald Fagen: Vocals, Fender Rhodes, Lync Keytar

Walter Becker: Guitars, Vocals
Ricky Lawson: Drums
Tom Barney: 5-String Bass, Acoustic Bass (track 13)
Ted Baker: Grand Piano, Synth
Jon Herington: Guitars
Cornelius Bumpus: Tenor Saxophone
Bob Shepard: Tenor and Alto Saxophone
Michael Leonhart: Trumpet
Jim Pugh: Tenor Trombone
Vicky Cave, Carolyn Leonhart, Cynthia Calhoun: Backing Vocals


01 The Boston Rag
02 Bodhisattva
03 Night By Night
04 Janie Runaway
05 Piano Solo
06 Josie (With power failure)
07 Josie (Take 2)
08 Black Friday
09 Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More (with Band Intros)
10 Bad Sneakers
11 Jack of Speed
12 West of Hollywood


--set break--

13 Hank's Pad (Henry Mancini)

14 The Royal Scam
15 Deacon Blues
16 Cousin Dupree
17 Monkey in Your Soul
17 Dirty Work
19 Peg
20 Kid Charlemagne
21 Don't Take Me Alive (fades in)
22 My Old School
23 FM

R.E.M. - Life's Rich Peagant Demos (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Source:
Silver CD -> EAC Test & Copy -> Wavs -> Flac Front End -> Flacs Level 8
Quality: Good

01) Theme From Two Steps Onward
02) Just A Touch
03) Mystery To Me
04) Wait
05) Begin The Begin
06) Cuyahoga
07) I Believe
08) Untitled Instrumental
09) Rotary Ten
10) These Days
11) PSA (Bad Day)
12) Underneath The Bunker
13) Swan Swan H
14) The Flowers Of Guatemala
15) King Of Birds

--- Life's Rich Pageant Demos & More
14) The Flowers of Guatemal
15) Marc
16) Theme From Two Steps Onward
17) California Dreaming
18) Mississippi Queen
19) Whole Lotta Love
20) Funtime
21) After Hours
22) Oddfellows Local 151
23) Born to Run
24) Eight Miles High
25) Roadrunner
26) When I Was Young

Iron Maiden - 2012-06-29 - Camden, NJ (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Susquehanna Bank Center

Recorded by bcironmaiden - Sound is Great !!!
Recorded w/ SP-CMC-8 Sound Professionals Deluxe Audio Technica Cardioid Stereo Microphones > SP-SPSB-1 Sound Professionals Mini Battery Module > Olympus LS-10 Linear PCM Recorder HD > CD Wave Editor 48khz/24bit > 44khz/16bit & Track Split > TLH ( Flac 8 )

Steve Harris - Bass
Bruce Dickinson - Vocals
Dave Murray - Guitar
Adrian Smith - Guitar
Janick Gers - Guitar
Nicko McBrain - Drums

01. Moonchild
02. Can I Play With Madness
03. The Prisoner
04. 2 Minutes To Midnight
05. Afraid To Shoot Strangers
06. The Trooper
07. The Number Of The Beast
08. Phantom Of The Opera
09. Run To The Hills
10. Wasted Years
11. Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
12. The Clairvoyant
13. Fear Of The Dark
14. Iron Maiden
15. Encore Break
16. Aces High
17. The Evil That Men Do
18. Running Free

Setlist: 111:43:40