mercoledì 31 gennaio 2018

The Who - New Years Eve (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Label - Fire Power FP-015
Original CD > EAC > FLAC
ffp & logfiles included / Md5 added.
Quality: VG SBD (Stereo)

Tracks 01-02: BBC Television Centre, London "Lulu" TV Show, Wednesday,
December 30, 1970
Tracks 03-06 - Pete Townshend Demos (not found on official releases, i.e. SCOOP, Tommy Deluxe Edition)
Tracks 07-13: BBC 1 Top Of The Pops Into 71, broadcast on December 31, 1970.
Recording: BBC Television & Sound board
Comments: The Lulu Show songs are a bit weak in performance and the rest of the
CD is comprised of Tommy demos and rehearsals. Apart from the Lulu tracks, this
is an interesting CD. Tracks 3-6 appear to be identical to other Tommy Demos
tracks. However, Tracks 7-13 appear to be WHO rehearsals featuring Roger Daltrey
on vocals. Track 7 cuts in immediately before the verse. The track venues listed
above were referenced from The Who Concert File book, (p.71).

01. I Don't Even Know Myself
02. Naked Eye
03. I'm Free
04. Tommy's Holiday Camp
05. Welcome
06. We're Not Gonna Take It
07. Go To The Mirror
08. Smash The Mirror
09. Miracle Cure
10. Sally Simpson
11. I'm Free
12. Tommy's Holiday Camp
13. We're Not Gonna Take It

George Michael - 2012-09-29 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Band: George Michael (Symphonica Tour) 
Date: September 29th 2012 
Location: London England 
Venue: Royal Albert Hall ( 
Source: FM Recording 
Taper: kravad 

Equipment: Onkyo AV FM Receiver (TX-SR608) -> Sony Digital Recorder (PCM-M10) @ 24bit/48khz 
Lineage: SDHC Card -> PC -> Soundforge 10 (Volume Raised) -> Audacity (Resample/Dither 16bit/44khz) -> CD Wave Editor (Tracksplits) -> Traders Little Helper (Flac Level 8/SBE Fix) 

02.My baby just cares for me
03.Cowboys and angels
04.Going to a town
05.Let her down easy
06.Brother can you spare a dime
07.John and Elvis are dead
09.A different corner
11.Youve changed
12.Praying for time
13.Feeling good

Total playing time: 55 minutes 06 seconds. 

Recording notes: George Michael playing live at The Royal Albert Hall in London 2012. Only partial show broadcasted on radio. This was broadcasted by Swedish Public Radio Channel 4 2014-04-19. All DJ talk removed. Enjoy! 

Lou Reed, Luka Bloom, David Byrne, Rosanne Cash - 1993-02-19 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bottom Line, NYC

sb dat>cdr>cdwave>eac>flac

A songwriters workshop at the Bottom line. The artists take turns performing songs in the order listed above. Introduced/moderated by Vin Scelsa.

disc 1
01 Intro: Vin Scelsa
02 Talk
03 Mary Watches Everything
04 Talk
05 Tentative Decisions
06 Talk
07 Seven Year Ache
08 talk
09 Waiting For the Man
10 talk
11 The Man is Alive
12 Talk
13 Ready for this World
14 Talk
15 The Wheel
16 Talk
17 Images 
18 Talk
19 Fertile Rock
20 Talk
21 Something Ain't Right (cuts)

Disc 2
01 Something Ain't Right
02 Talk
03 The World
04 Talk
05 Dirty Boulevard
06 Talk
07 Bridge of Sorrow
08 Talk
09 Nothing But Flowers
10 Talk
11 Roses in the Fire
12 Talk
13 I'll Be Your Mirror
14 Talk
15 I Need Love
16 Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless)
17 Lovely (aka Loverly from My Fair Lady) - Tracks of My Tears

Cream - 1968-04-05 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Back Bay Theater


01 Sunshine Of Your Love (17:12)
02 Spoonful (17:32)
03 Sleepy Time Time (8:47)
04 Stepping Out (13:25) (cuts on applause; tape flip)
05 Traintime (6:53) (cuts in)
06 Toad (16:33)

TT - 80:24

martedì 30 gennaio 2018

Aerosmith - 1978-03-23 - Chicago, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Band: Aerosmith
Title: King's Chronicle
Date: March 23, 1978
Venue: The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, USA
Label: Bondage Music
Number: BON110
Source: Silver > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

01.Rats In The Cellar
02.I Wanna Know Why
03.Big Ten Inch Record
04.Walk This Way
05.Sight For Sore Eyes
06.Seasons Of Wither
07.Sweet Emotion
08.Dream On
09.Chip Away The Stone
10.Get The Lead Out
11.Get It Up
12.Draw The Line
13.No More No More
14.Same Old Song And Dance
15.Toys In The Attic
16.Milk Cow Blues
17.Train Kept A Rollin'

domenica 28 gennaio 2018

Björk - 2003-06-23 - Berlin, DE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Treptow Arena

Soundboard Recording (pre-Broadcast) > CDR x 1 > EAC > Flac Frontend > flac

01 [crowd]
02 Pagan Poetry
03 Hunter
04 Desired Constellation
05 Cocoon
06 Unravel
07 Heirloom
08 Joga
09 Nameless (Storm)
10 An Echo, a Stain
11 Where is the line
12 Hyperballad
13 It's in our hands
14 Bachelorette
15 Pluto
16 [crowd]
17 Army of Me
18 [crowd]

This is most certainly not the FM broadcast of the Berlin 2003 performance, but rather a soundboard recording with significantly greater frequencies than the broadast version. Frequency Analyis diagrams are included in this folder to confirm. This recording does not include the announcer ("Ansage"), but also does not include Generous Palmstroke, so that the most likely source of this recording is from a pre-broadcast source. Either way, its most certainly an upgrade over the FM version!

Sepultura - 1993-11-16 - Milan, IT (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Welcome To Hell

Label: Octopus
Lineage: Original recorded Soundboard > CD (1st gen) > EAC > WAV > Flac
Sound: A

Vocals Guitar: Max Cavalera
Guitar: Andreas Kisser
Bass: Paulo Pinto Junior
Drums: Igor Cavalera

01 - Intro - Refuse - Resist
02 - Territory
03 - Troops of doom
04 - Slave new world
05 - Medley : Amen - Inner self
06 - Altered state
07 - We who are not as others
08 - Propaganda
09 - Nomad
10 - Beneath the remains
11 - Escape to the void
12 - Anticops - Antichrist
13 - Murder
14 - Clenched fist
15 - Biotech is godzilla
16 - Dead embryonic cells
17 - Crucificados pelo sistema
18 - Arise - 19 - Policia
20 - Refuse - Resist
21 - Territory

Traffic - 1973-01-20 - Philadelphia, PA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


Unknown gen cassette>Pioneer Stand Alone Burner PDR-609>EAC> Soundforge 9.0>CD Architect 5.2>Wav>Flac

Sound Quality  6 - 7  out of 10
azimuth aligned
samples to be provided
sorry no art work
A Bargain Basement Tape Production

01. Rock 'n' Roll Stew
02. Many a Mile To Freedom (cut)
03. Roll Right Stones
04. Empty Pages
05. Evening Blue
06. 40,000 Headmen
07. Glad >
08. Freedom Rider

Unfortunately this is all I have. Maybe someone out there has the rest of the show. Many a Mile is cut about 5 minutes into the song. At the end of Empty Pages it sounds like Capaldi saying Chris Wood on Piano. I thought he only filled in on keyboards for the bass effect pedal and some extra organ, not soloing! I could be wrong 'tho and misheard it. This is some hiss present at the end of Freedom Rider. I don't know if that was present on the master or just the tape deteriorating before I got my copy. Enjoy the show, theklopeks

Judas Priest - 1986-05-23 - St. Louis, MO (Pre-FM/FLAC)


Kiel Auditorium
Pre-FM Master / Trade / Dime

01 - Out in the Cold
02 - Locked In
03 - Heading Out to the Highway
04 - Metal Gods
05 - Breaking the Law
06 - Love Bites
07 - Some Heads Are Gonna Roll
08 - The Sentinel
09 - Private Property
10 - Desert Plains
11 - Rock You All Around the World
12 - The Hellion
13 - Electric Eye
14 - Turbo Lover

01 - Freewheel Burning
02 - Victim of Changes
03 - The Green Manalishi
04 - Living After Midnight
05 - You've Got Another Thing Comin'
06 - Hell Bent for Leather

Blood Sweat and Tears - 1977-08-11 - New York City, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Late Show
The Bottom Line, 

FM recording/cdr trade/Flac

Chris Albert - trumpet
Randy Bernson - guitar 
Dave Bargeron - trombone
David Clayton-Thomas - vocals
Bobby Economou - drums
Greg Herbert - saxophone
Neil Stubenhouse - bass
Tony Klatka - saxophone, flugelhorn
Larry Willis - keyboards

01. Audience 2:16
02. Instrumental 6:44
03. Hi De Ho 9:31
04. Gimme That Wine 7:18
05. Spinning Wheel 5:48
06. Don’t Explain 8:38
07. Matso Yuma Mama 5:20
08. Lucretia McEvil 13:33

Disc 2
01. Blue Street 5:14
02. And When I Die 1:52
03. Tuba solo / Blues 12:49
04. And When I Die (reprise) 3:45
05. Drum solo 4:25
06. Bass solo 7:11
07. Jam / Introductions 8:05
08. Mean Ole World 3:37
09. You’ve Made Me So Very Happy 5:20

John Zorn - 1988-10-09 - Victoriaville, QC (FM/SHN)

(FM broadcast SHN)

Naked City

John Zorn Sax
Bill Frisell Guitar
Wayne horvitz Keys
Fred Frith Bass
Joey Baron Drums

recorded 10-9-88 At
Victoriaville QB


01 - Snagglepuss (Zorn)
02 - The Sicilian Clan (Morricone)
03 - Graveyard Shift (Zorn)
04 - The Way It Feels (Patton)
05 - Batman (Zorn)
06 - A Shot In The Dark (Mancini)
07 - Reanimator (Zorn)
08 - Surfer Girl/Church Key (Wilson/Arnold)
09 - Latin Quarter (Zorn)
10 - Back In The Earth (Live skull)
11 - Taxi Driver (Herrmann)
12 - James Bond (Barry)
13 - E Cars (Coleman)
14 - Den Of sins (Zorn)
15 - Poverty Theme (Morricone)

John McLaughlin Trio - 1991-04-20 - Neuchatel, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM Broadcast RSR Switzerland FLAC)

Technics ST-GT550 > Soundcard Realtek ALC888 HD > Audacity > CD-Wave Tracksplitting > Flac

John McLaughlin - Guitar
Dominique Di Piazza - Bass
Trilok Gurtu - Percussion

01. Belo Horizonte
02. Jozy
03. Are you the one
04. Reincarnation
05. Florianapolis
06. Three willows (fades out)

Running time 72:10

01. Pasha's Love
02. Mothertongues
03. Blues For L. W.
04. Three Willows

Running time 42:58

Keith Tippett's Rare Music Club - 1993-02-xx - Bristol, UK (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

A concert from Keith Tippett's Rare Music Club in Bristol. Set up by Keith to promote contemporary classical, improvised and world music, all on the same bill, his aims were for audiences to be able " listen to a Bartok string quartet with a pint of Guinness or a glass of red wine, if they so wished…".

This night featured Northumbrian Pipe player Pauline Cato with some traditional tunes, followed by some contemporary classical from The Composers Ensemble and an improvised set by Mujician. FM broadcast by BBC Radio 3. MP3 sample in comments.

Another night from several years later to follow.


A night at the Keith Tippett Rare Music Club
St. George's Brandon Hill

February 1993

Source: BBC Radio 3 FM > Denon TU-400L tuner > VHS > VHS LP > Archos Gmini 120 > Audition > FLAC
Recorded off air and transferred by PsyKies
Keith Tippett - piano
Paul Dunmail - saxophone
Tony Levin - drums
Part 1: Pauline Cato

01. Hexum Quadrille/Caliope House/Trippin' Upstairs [3:45]
02. /Remember Me [3:17]
03. Neil Gow's Lament For The Death Of His Second Wife [3:07]
04. Go To Berwick, Johnny/Lads Of Annach [2:39]
05. Variations On The Keel Row [4:16]
06. The Wild Hills Of Wannies [4:18]
07. The Carick Horn Pipe/Happy Hours [4:21]

Pauline Cato - northrumbrian pipes

Part 2: Composers Ensemble

01. Human Existence (Kurt Schwertsik, text Flann O'Brien) [2:25]
02. Ave Maria (Iris Seggi) [10:04]
03. Sarajevo (Oswaldo Golijov) [6:54]
04. 2nd Of November (Via Hoyland) [4:54]
05. Number 5 From Adnan Songbook (Gavin Bryars) [5:00]
06. Like The Rope Of A Thousand Fathoms (Peter Wiegold) [10:38]
07. Roll It Away (Martin Butler) [3:49]

Part 3: Mujician
01. I [10:58]
02. II [31:31]

Recorded by me off air direct from the original broadcast in 1993 to a Panasonic Hi-Fi VHS video recorder in SP audio only mode. Sometime in the mid to late 1990's I misguidedly transferred all my radio recordings to VHS LP audio mode. This combined with the age of the tapes has resulted in some evident distortion throughout.

Soundgarden - 2014-04-17 - Austin, TX (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

01 - Intro
02 - My Wave
03 - Interview
04 - Outshined
05 - Interview
06 - Spoonman
07 - Interview
08 - Black Hole Sun
09 - Interview
10 - Limo Wreck
11 - Interview
12 - Rusty Cage
13 - Interview
14 - Credits

Siouxsie & The Banshees - 1991-06-30 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

CD 1 
01 - Intro/Cry 
02 - Cascade 
03 - Got To Get Up 
04 - Killing Jar 
05 - Paradise Place 
06 - Silver Waterfalls 
07 - Kiss Them For Me 
08 - Peek A Boo 
09 - Shadowtime 
10 - Drfiter 
11 - Metal Postcard(As 2 Files Due To Tape Flip In The Middle) 

CD 2 
01 - Fear 
02 - Switch 
03 - Dear Prudence 
04 - Happy House 
05 - Silly Thing 

Encore Break
06 - Arabian Knights 
07 - This Wheeels On Fire 

Encore Break
08 - Jigsaw Feeling 

This tape has been sitting in a box sincebeing purchased shortly after the show until being transferred by myself recently. It would have been purchased from one of the many bootleg tape stalls that populated Camden and Portobello Road markets in the late 80's early 90's. 

sabato 27 gennaio 2018

U2 - 1981-08-23 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

1981-08-23 – England, London, Paris Cinema Studio
Manufacturer: X Records
Catalog: UT 7BE
Format: 1cd (39:55)

Original Silver CD > flac (Toast Titanium) - Covers inside

01. 11 O‘Clock Tick Tock [5:29]
02. I Will Follow [3:50]
03. An Cat Dubh [4:30]
04. Into The Heart [2:42]
05. With A Shout (Jerusalem) [3:55]
06. Twilight [4:31]
07. Out Of Control [4:23]
1981-08-23 – England, London, Paris Cinema Studio
Incomplete – Missing Track: Rejoice

08. Tonight [1:30]
09. Trevor [3:15]
10. Inside Out [1:33]
Early demos, taped from early radio show

11. The Unforgettable Fire (instrumental) [4:11]
Unknown – Soundcheck?

Yes - 1968-1971 - Lost Yes Years (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Lost YesYears
Label: HIGHLAND (HL001/2#Y1)
Date: 1968 to 1971
Source: Several
Artwork Included
Quality B/C
Official Tracks Removed.

disc one:
01. Dear father
02. Elenor Rigby
03. I See you (incl. Jazz improvisation Pete)

Date: December 21, 1969
Venue/City: Kingston Hotel, Sheffield, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

04. The Clap
05. Perpetual Change
06. America

Date: June 05, 1971
Venue/City: Sportpalast, Berlin, Germany
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate

07. For everyone (The original tune "Starship Trooper")
Date: April 07, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - JOHN PEEL'S SUNDAY SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

disc two:
01. I've seen all good people
a) Your move
b) All good people

02. Astral Traveller (REMOVED - Released in The Word Is Live - 2005)
03. Everyday (REMOVED - Released in The Word Is Live - 2005)

Date: January 24, 1971
Venue/City: Konserthuset, Gothenbrug, Sweden
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate

04. Sweetness (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)
05. Something's coming (from "West Side Story") (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)
06. Dear father (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: January 07, 1969
Venue/City: BBC Studios - TOP GEAR - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

07. Beyond and before
Date: April 3, 1968
Venue/City: BBC Session by Mabel Greer’s Toyshop
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

08. Looking around (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: August 04, 1969
Venue/City: BBC Studios - SYMONDS ON SUNDAY - London, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

09. Sweet Dream (REMOVED - Released in Something's Coming - 1997)

Date: January 19, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - DAVE LEE TRAVIS SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Audience

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Pete Banks / Tony Kate

10. America
Date: October 20, 1970
Venue/City: BBC Studios - MIKE HARDING SHOW - London, England, UK
Source: Radio Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Tony Kate

11. Starship Trooper
a) Life Seeker
b) Disillusion
c) Warm

Date: April 1, 1971
Venue/City: BBC "Top Of The Pops", Hemel Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, England.
Source: TV Broadcast

Lineup: Jon Anderson / Chris Squire / Bill Bruford / Steve Howe / Rick Wakeman


dis one
01. Dear father
02. Elenor Rigby
03. I See you (incl. Jazz improvisation Pete)
04. The Clap
05. Perpetual Change
06. America
07. For everyone (The original tune "Starship Trooper") 

dis two:
01. I've seen all good people
a) Your move
b) All good people
02. Beyond and before
03. America
04. Starship Trooper
a) Life Seeker
b) Disillusion
c) Warm

Muddy Waters - 1976-06-15 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Paul's Mall

WBCN-FM Stereo 1993 Re-broadcast
NEC-DX5000 VHS Hi-Fi Audio Master @ EP 6 hour speed
Sony SLV-N80 > Sony DTC-60ES > Philips CDR-775
VHS Hi-Fi Audio Master > DAT > CD > EAC secure > FLAC
No noise reduction, processing or EQ

Muddy Waters - guitar, vocals
Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson - guitar
Bob Margolin - guitar
Joe "Pine Top" Perkins - piano
Jerry Portnoy - harmonica
Calvin Jones - bass
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith - drums

01 dj intro
02 /Instrumental #1
03 Instrumental #2
04 Instrumental #3
----Enter Muddy Waters----
05 "Muddy Waters Day Proclamation"
06 Caldonia
07 Kansas City
08 Hoochie Coochie Man
09 I Want You To Love Me
10 Baby Please Don't Go
11 Long Distance Call
12 Mannish Boy
13 Got My Mojo Working
14 You Don't Have To Go
15 Exit Music to dj outro

Edit Notes:
-variable azimuth aligned
-DC offsets zeroed
-auto phase corrected
-removed 60hz hum
-reduced drifting mid-freq hum/interference in spots
-reduced loud pops, clicks & interference manually

The Byrds - 1968-11-02 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Avalon Ballroom

From CD received in a trade, lineage unknown.

01. Old Blue
02. My Back Pages / Baby What You Want Me To Do
03. Mr Spaceman
04. Time Between
05. Goin' Back
06. Blue Suede Shoes
07. He Was A Friend Of Mine
08. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
09. Drug Store Truck Driving Man
10. This Wheel's On Fire
11. Stanley's Song
12. Pretty Boy Floyd
13. Eight Miles High
14. You Don't Miss Your Water
15. So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
16. Hickory Wind
17. King Apathy III
18. Bad Night At The Whiskey
19. Nashville West

Notes from the sleeve...
Possibly the earliest recorded show to feature the Clarence White - Gene Parsons - John York lineup, and in fact, York couldn't have been in the Byrds more than a week or so. And, as Roy Josephson comments, there are some real highlights and some disappointments. Clarence is absolutely incredible here, especially in the first part of the tape. His guitar is very out front. There appear to be 2 sets. Old Blue is great; Time Between excellent - McGuinn forgets what album it's on. Clarence adds a whole new dimension to Mr. Spaceman - possibly his best work at this show. Blue Suede Shoes is a real hoot. Goin Back, Rock 'n' Roll Star, This Wheel, Back Pages and He Was a Friend are the same versions as on the FM broadcast tape. Drug Store Truck Driving Man is a dasslc with a long Ralph Emery story from Roger, harmony from Clarence, and Clarence doing the steel part on his stringbender. Stanley's Song is incomplete but good, done during the pre-show sound check I'd say, although it's In the middle of the tape. Pretty Boy Floyd is done with all guitars - it appears McGuinn says he left the banjo at the hotel. A strong version indeed.

The show deteriorates toward the end of the tape in the second set. A second R & R Star is not as strong as the first. McGuinn just can't cut Hickory Wind, and York is no better. And King Apathy and Bad Night at the Whiskey are just shadows of what's on the album. There are feedback problems. York gets a little carried away on harmony. Clarence's guitar fades to the back of the mix on some numbers. There's feedback, bad distortlon, poor mix and cutting out. I don't hear Gene Parsons on anything but drums. There's lots of commentary from McGuinn. Some guy In the audience hollers for 100 Years and McGuinn does an impromptu first verse. It really didn't sound like there were many people in the audience. Nashville West is a strong closer though. I think Clarence and Gene could play that in their sleep by then.

Dream Theater - 2011-2012 - Dramatic Tour Of Events Compilation (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

This is from the band's official website. As you can see they do in fact deem this trade friendly! Sure wish more bands of this genre would do this:

It is because of all of you that “A Dramatic Tour Of Events” was such a success. We enjoyed playing to you all each and every night on the road!

As a special “Thank You” we are releasing a compilation of live tracks that were not included on “Live At Luna Park.” With these now being available, you have a complete documentation of all the songs that were played during the tour (with the exception of cover songs.)
Happy Holidays, and we look forward to having you “Along For The Ride” in 2014.
~Dream Theater

01 Under A Glass Moon (Phoenix, AZ 12/4/11)
02 Forsaken (London, UK 7/24/11)
03 Peruvian Skies (London, UK 7/24/11)
04 Endless Sacrifice (Austin, TX 10/26/11)
05 Drum Solo (Austin, TX 10/26/11)
06 YtseJam (Austin, TX 10/26/11)
07 The Great Debate (London, UK 7/24/11)

08 Another Day (Austin, TX 7/7/12)
09 Through My Words/Fatal Tragedy (Montreal, QB 10/7/11)
10 To Live Forever (Huntington, NY 7/19/12)
11 Learning To Live (Tel Aviv, Israel 7/19/11)
12 The Count of Tuscany (London, UK 7/24/11)
13 As I Am (Shibuya, Japan 4/24/12)

Concept : Rai “Weymolith” Beardsley
Produced By John Petrucci
Archive Management & Selection : James LaBrie & John Petrucci
Keeper of the Archives : Maddi Shieferstein
Live Sound Engineer : Nigel Paul (Tracks 1-3, 7, 11-13)
Mixing & Mastering : Richard Chycki
Artwork : Hugh Syme

This material included in this special Holiday 2013 release has been copied and communicated to you by or on behalf of Dream Theater / Ytse Jams Inc and is copyrighted.

The Band - 1976-09-18 - New York, NY (FM/FLAC)


WNEW simulcast
offending track "forbidden fruit" to comply with DIME

maxell xl2s>sony hx pro/audio source eqone>philips cdr775>EAC>FLAC8

Robbie Robertson
Rick Danko
Garth Hudson
Levon Helm
Richard Manuel
Howard Johnson
Charlie Keagle
Tom Malone
Jerry Hey

01 - Dj Intro 1:17
02 - Ophelia 3:50
03 - Shape I'M In 4:17
04 - It Makes No Difference 7:18
05 - The Weight 5:18
06 - King Harvest 3:59
07 - Twilight 3:52
08 - Night They Drove Ol Dixie Down 4:52
09 - Across The Great Divide 2:59
10 - Stagefright 4:45
11 - Acadian Driftwood 7:06
12 - The Genetic Method 4:20
13 - Chest Fever 5:01
14 - Wheels On Fire 4:35
15 - Dont Do It 5:03
16 - Dj Chatter 1:26
17 - Up On Cripple Creek 5:05
18 - Lifes A Carnival 4:17
19 - Ws Wolcott Medicine Show 3:32


This was the inaugural concert for the Palladium , and it rocks. Sit back with your favorite measure , and grooove! Quality is outstanding , they could be in your living room.

Jaco Pastorius - 1985-10-07 - Los Angeles, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Jaco Pastorius with Frank Gambale at GIT 
Guitar Institute of Technology, Los Angeles, CA

Pro Shot>VHS(x?gen)>VHS>computer via Avermedia PCI card>DIME
DVD/ifo menu title reads "Pat Metheny Clinic" (just click it)

Frank Gambale - guitar
Jaco Pastorius - bass
Patrick Buchmann - drums

01 Jazz Blues (incomplete - beginning missing) 11:05
02 Medley Jam: Sing a Simple Song/Funky Broadway/Purple Haze/Third Stone from the Sun 15:48

Set List: 27:17

Jaco is playing a Jaydee bass and Frank Gambale is playing a Fender Strat.

Bonnie Raitt - 1973-04-07 - Washington, DC (FM/SHN)

(FM broadcast SHN)

Bonnie Raitt w/ Freebo & Little Feat
McDonough Arena

01. Special Delivery Blues 03:52 (cuts in)
02. That Song About The Midway 05:33
03. Any Day Woman 04:18
04. Write Me A Few Of Your Lines / Kokomo Blues 06:18
05. You Got To Know How 04:52
06. Nothing Seems To Matter 04:12
07. Love Me Like A Man 05:59
08. Under The Falling Sky 05:49
09. Love Has No Pride 08:56
10. Mean Old World - Arthur Big Boy Crudup 06:21
11. Look On Yonder's Wall - Arthur Big Boy Crudup 04:34
12. That's All Right - Arthur Big Boy Crudup 03:13
13. Short Love - Arthur Big Boy Crudup 03:57 (cuts out)
14. I Almost Lost My Mind (duet with Crudup) 05:32


venerdì 26 gennaio 2018

Eric Clapton - 1977-10-09 - Honolulu, Hawaii (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton - Delicate Beauty
International Center
Honolulu, Hawaii

Soundboard>?>cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6

Eric Clapton guitar, vocals
George Terry guitar
Carl Radle bass
Jamie Oldaker drums
Dick Sims keyboards
Marcy Levy backing vocals

01. Hello Old Friend
02. Sign Language
03. Alberta
04. Tell The Truth
05. Can't Find My Way Home
06. Double Trouble
07. I Shot The Sheriff
08. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
09. Further On Up The Road
10. Badge

My Comments:
Let me take you all from Budokan '06 back 30 years to a Honolulu show rated as SB5 in '77.

Grateful Dead - Living On The Edge (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Mickey Hart and the Hartbeats (Primal Jammin' Grateful Dead!)
Mega-rare restored LP "Living On The Edge" Matrix 1968-10-08/30

LPs ->Sound Forge ->Click and crackle removal tool -> FLAC via TLH level 6, sectors aligned and verified, FLAC integrity checked

Side A October 8, 1968 (34:11)
01 - Dark Star
02 - Cosmic Charlie
03 - Next Time You See Me Jam

Side B October 8, 1968 (41:30)
01 - Clementine Jam->Eleven Jam
02 - Death Don't Have No Mercy
03 - Seven Jam

Side C October 30, 1968 (42:53)
01 - Dark Star
02 - Death Letter Blues
03 - Other One Jam

Side D October 30, 1968 (44:06)
01 - St. Stephen Jam
02 - Turn On Your Lovelight Jam
03 - Clementine Jam pt 1
04 - Clementine Jam pt 2
05 - Clementine Jam pt 3 ->Eleven Jam
06 - Death Don't Have No Mercy

October 8, 1968
Clementine Jam (false start, amp dies)

It has been said that fan-base hater and all-around loser Todd Rundgren (getting used to oblivion over there, Toddy boy?) went to the Guinness Book Of Records in order to secure the spot for the longest-playing vinyl album. Well, I'm happy to say he's been surpassed... by a bootleg. Sweet justice, it's DA DEAD! Three of the four sides here top 41 minutes. Each that is, giving new meaning to the words "Long Playing Record". You will need to make extra space for this one. In fact, you might want to use a separate CD for each side. More on that in a moment.

First of all I want to thank Lossless Legs member Andy1099 for shipping me these LPs all the way across the pond. I've been wanting to hear them for the longest time; you will also really like this music even if you don't normally care for the Dead. This album is labeled "Mickey Hart And The Heart Beats (Grateful Dead) Living On The Edge 1968 California". It consists of two different sets from when the Dead were very young. The sound quality is amazingly good considering the length of the record sides. Lots and lots of jamming here, so much in fact that this two-record set is mostly instrumental. Many thanks to LL member fangedesire for the following information, as well as the sources and correct track information: There are no commercial releases at all from these sets of music. The October 8th portion appears to be an upgrade from the commonly-available source material.

So with all of that in mind and due to the extreme length of this album as a whole, I've given each side its own directory folder and have only generally broken the songs up. Original cover art for the lps courtesy of LL member marcap.

Guns n' Roses - 1988-12-07 - Tokyo, JP (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Guns N' Roses
''Self Destruct Era'' (complete and new remastered edition) [2006] Metal Sword Records (MS CD 448/49)
Nakano Sunplaza - Tokyo, Japan
December 7th, 1988

W. Axl Rose [vocals]
Slash [lead guitar]
Izzy Stradlin [rhythm guitar]
Duff McKagan [bass guitar]
Steven Adler [drums]

Disc 1 + Disc 2 Tracks 01-08: Soundboard recording (A+ quality)
Disc 2 Track 09: Audience Source Mix (very good quality)
Disc 2 Track 10: Audience Source (very good quality)

Original CD-R's > Exact Audio Copy > WAV > FLAC Frontend [Level 8]

Frequency Analysis, EAC Extracion Logfiles, MD5 File and FLAC Fingerprints included in this torrent

Disc 1/2 (41:23)
01- People Who Died [Intro] (0:41)
02- You're Crazy (5:12)
03- It's So Easy (4:01)
04- Move To The City (4:09)
05- Mr. Brownstone (4:37)
06- Out Ta Get Me (5:02)
07- I Was Only Joking / Patience (8:12)
08- Rocket Queen [w/ Steven Adler Drum Solo] (9:29)

Disc 2/2 (59:45)
01- Slash's Guitar Solo (2:51)
02- Welcome To The Jungle (6:21)
03- My Michelle (4:01)
04- Band Introduction (2:31)
05- Only Women Bleed [intro] / Knockin' On Heaven's Door (10:10)
06- Nightrain (8:15)
07- Sweet Child O' Mine (6:46)
08- Used To Love Her (4:56)
09- Mama Kin [Audience Source Mix] (4:32)
10- Paradise City [Audience Source] (9:22)

David Sylvian & Robert Fripp - 1993-11-12 - Genova, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

David Sylvian & Rupert Frypp - Kings II (Genova 1993)
Recorded 12th November 1993 at Teatro Verdi, Genova, Italy.
Sound Quality: "B-, soundboard [?], and the mix is OK." (not my words)
EAC from CD: Flying Tigers FTCD 0046, Italy (1994)

David Sylvian (vocals, guitar, keyboards)
Robert Fripp (guitar, Frippertronics)
Trey Gunn (Stick)
Pat Mastelotto (drums)
Michael Brook (guitar)

01 God's Monkey 5'55
02 Brightness Falls 6'39
03 Every Colour You Are 5'47
04 Jean the Birdman 4'04
05 Firepower 7'45
06 The Only One To Be Loved 4'57 [Damage]
07 Tallow Moon 6'20 [Exposure]
08 Gone To Earth 2'26
09 20th Century Dreaming 8'45
10 Wave 6'22
11 River Man/Darshan 16'24

Duration: 75:27

This is another very good to excellent audience recording, probably recorded by the same taper as "Kings". This has more of a 'live atmosphere' than "A New Dream". All instruments and vocals are clear, drums occasionally a bit punchy.

Bob Dylan - 1965-05-07 - Manchester, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

1965-05-07 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, UK - SBD

1965 Revisited -- Disc 04 (from 14 CD Box Set)
Great Dane / GDR 9419/ 1-14


CD>?>FLAC -- verified lossless via spectral and frequency analysis (screenshots included)

01 The Times They Are A-Changin'
02 To Ramona
03 Gates Of Eden
04 If You Gotta Go, Go Now [Official Track Removed]
05 It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
06 Love Minus Zero No Limit
07 Mr Tambourine Man
08 Talkin' World War III Blues
09 Don't Think Twice It's Alright
10 With God On Our Side
11 She Belongs To Me
12 It Ain't Me Babe
13 Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
14 All I Really Want To Do
15 It's All Over Now Baby Blue

This "1965 Revisited" version differs from "Now's the Time for your Tears" (LB-8519) (runs sharp), and "Now Aint the Time for Your Tears" (noise reduction) in that it seems to be at the correct pitch with minimal or possibly no noise reduction.

For pitch comparison listen to Bob's 1964 performance of "Hattie Carroll" on the Steve Allen show (search on YouTube).

"If You Gotta Go, Go Now" is officially released on the 2007 deluxe edition of the DVD, "Dont Look Back."


This is a near perfect soundboard recording that is good enough quality to be an official release. The show is amazing and deserves a place in even the smallest Dylan collection.

The Walkabout - 2012-07-08 - Leinfelden, DE (SBD/AUD/FLAC)

 (Soundboard/Audience FLAC)

HtH recorded this in a kind of studio-type atmosphere as his rode mics were literally placed within the band. the result is quite astonishing edenlessbar

private gig (invitation only)
final tour rehearsal

taped with permission by the band
thanks to HtH and his family and friends

recorded by HtH
2 x Rode NT-2A + 2 x line-in from sbd
recorded with edirol 04

transfer and mastering by HtH

received wav cdr-->EAC--wav-->hanwaker re-mastering and editing--> flac(8)

TT 94:32

cd 01 tt 44:28
01 intro
02 rainmaker blues
03 nightdrive
04 bordertown
05 my deviner
06 long drive in a slow machine
07 acetelyne

cd 02 tt 50:05
01 findlay's motel
02 dustlands
03 the light will stay on
04 rebecca wild
05 horizon fade
06 grand theft auto
07 they are not like us

Notes by the taper:
To prepare their second tour in europe 2012 the walkabouts had a 3 days residency at HtH's place and used the famous edenlessbar as their rehearsal space. the final night before they set out for the bonn gig ( where they opened for patti smith !) an invitation was sent out to a meager 15 folks to attend this warm-up gig. this was mainly due to the fact that 2/3 of the bar was filled with equipment by the band so with 15 people in attendance the place was packed