sabato 31 marzo 2018

The Cure - 1995-06-26 - Pilton, UK (FM/FLAC)




 (FM broadcast FLAC)

01. Pictures Of You
02. Lullaby
03. Just Like Heaven
04. Jupiter Crash
05. High
06. The Walk
07. Let´s Go To Bed
08. Dressing Up
09. A Strange Day
10. Push
11. Mink Car
12. Friday I´m In Love
13. In Between Days
14. From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
15. Shiver And Shake
16. Disintegration
17. End


The show was broadcasted on radio.

The files came from the boot "Dressing Up For A Day Out".
Even incomplete, it's one of the best (if not THE best) boot of The Cure (one of my favorite for sure) : the sound (soundboard quality), the feeling and joy of the audience, the final with Porl on "End" (he wasn't on The Cure at this date, but with Page And Plant the same day of the festival)...Enjoy and share !!

Pink Floyd - 1971-06-19 - Brescia, IT (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Audience FLAC)

An Italian Tale

Live At Palazzo dello Mostra

The Godfatherecords G.R. 735/736 - Trifold Cardboard Sleeve

Matrix Disc 1 : G.R. 735/736 CD1
Matrix Disc 2 : G.R. 735/736 CD2

Barcode: 01052012735

(P) 2012 Made In Europe

Lineage: 
Silvers > EAC (secure) > FLAC

David Gilmour: Guitar, Vocals
Nick Mason: Drums, Percussion
Roger Waters: Bass, Vocals
Rick Wright: Keyboards, Vocals

Disc 1: Time:
01. Atom Heart Mother 15:18
02. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 13:57
03. Fat Old Sun 15:16
04. The Embryo 11:04

Total Time: 55:35

Disc 2: Time:
01. The Return Of The Son Of Nothing 22:37
02. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 13:06
03. Cymbaline 11:31
04. A Saucerful Of Secrets 19:55

Total Time: 67:09

Eric Clapton - 1983-02-06 - Sacramento, CA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

Eric Clapton 
Convention Center 
Sacramento, CA 
February 6, 1983

Lineage: 
Soundboard>?>cdr>EAC>Flac frontend 6 

Eric Clapton guitar, vocals 
Roger Hawkins drums 
Chris Stainton keyboards 
Donald 'Duck' Dunn bass 
Albert Lee guitar, vocals 

Disc 1: 
1. After Midnight 
2. I Shot The Sheriff 
3. Worried Life Blues 
4. Crazy Country Hop 
5. Crosscut Saw 
6. Slow Down Linda 
7. Sweet Little Lisa 
8. Key To The Highway 
9. Tulsa Time 
10. Rock and Roll Heart 
11. Wonderful Tonight 

Disc 2: 
1. Blues Power 
2. Who's Lovin' You Tonight >>> 
Have You Ever Loved A Woman >>> 
Ramblin' On My Mind 
3. Let It Rain 
4. Cocaine 
5. Layla 
6. Further On Up The Road 

Rating (scale 1-6) SBD 4 

Comment: 
Very good show. Recording was made with some noise in the background. 

giovedì 29 marzo 2018

The Dregs - 1982-06-11 - Boston, MA (SBD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Soundboard FLAC)

Berklee Performance Center
Boston, Mass. U.S.A.
soundboard recording
touring "industry standard"

lineage
sbd > ? > Maxell XLII 90 min. trade cassette of low, unknown analog generation > played on Nak. 125 into soundforge (wav) > flac (sb's aligned)

The Dregs
Steve Morse: guitar
Mark O'Connor: violin, guitar on tracks 5 and 6
T. Lavitz: keyboards & sax
Andy West: bass
Rod Morgenstein: drums

01: assembly line > take it off the top 5:55
02: divided we stand 5:21
03: where's Dixie 4:33
04: chips ahoy 4:45
05: rock and roll park (O'Connor on guitar) 5:03
06: bloodsucking leeches (O'Connor on guitar) 4:17
07: limerock 2:25
08: odyssey 7:37
09: kat food 5:12
10: vitamin Q 6:16
11: the bash 8:28
12: cruise control 13:42
13: punk sandwich 3:43
14: Twiggs approved 4:46

runtime: 82:09

Jefferson Starship - 2012-03-10 - Greensburg, PA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

"BREAKOUT THE SUNFIGHTER" 
The Palace Theatre

44.1 STEREO SOUNDBOARD OFFICIAL ARTIST RECORDING FOR 
JEFFERSON HISTORICAL ARCHIVE … Produced & Recorded by Mission Control 

PAUL KANTNER - 12 string guitars, vocals 
DAVE FREIBERG - acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals 
CATHY RICHARDSON - acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals 
SLICK AGUILAR - electric lead guitar, vocals 
DONNY BALDWIN, drums, vocals 
CHRIS SMITH - keyboards, bass 

SOUNDCHECK 
01 America 
02 America 
03 Sunfighter 
04 She Has Funny Cars 
05 St. Charles 
06 Sunfighter 

SHOW 
07 Sunrise > Have You Seen The Stars Tonight? > Starship 
08 White Rabbit 
09 Get Together 
10 Count On Me 
11 Fresh Air 
12 St. Charles > Wooden Ships 
(***FIRST TIME EVER PERFORMED w/ DAVID singing lead***) 
13 If I Could (CATHY solo) 
14 Harp Tree Lament 
15 Sunfighter 
(***FIRST TIME EVER PERFORMED***) 
16 Jane 
17 Find Your Way Back 
18 It's No Secret 
(***FIRST TIME EVER PERFORMED w/ DAVID singing lead***) 
19 Hyperdrive 
20 She Has Funny Cars 
(***FIRST TIME EVER PERFORMED w/ DAVID singing lead***) 
21 America > Volunteers 
(***FIRST complete "America" without MARTY BALIN***) 

ENCORE 
22 Miracles 
23 Somebody To Love

The Doors - 1970-06-05 - Seattle, WA (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Center Coliseum

Liberated bootleg - Jim's Alive: The Ultimate Seattle Tapes (Tuff Bites 1994)

quality: A-

(A = amazing, E = abysmal)

01. Introduction - 0:59
01 Hitler (Poem)
02 Roadhouse Blues
03 Backdoor Man
04 When The Music's Over
05 **removed** 'Someday Soon' appears on Disc 3 of the Doors Box Set from 1997
06 Train Jam I (Incl. People Get Ready - Baby Please Don't Go)
07 Train Jam II (Incl. Mystery Train - Crossroads)
08 Five To One
09 Break On Through

The Beach Boys - 1971-06-27 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)




(soundboard FLAC)

Live At The Fillmore East

Liberated Moonlight bootleg
Excellent stereo soundboard

01. Intro: Bill Graham
02. Heroes & Villians
03. Do It Again
04. Cottonfields
05. Help Me Rhonda
06. Wouldn't It Be Nice
07. Your Song
08. Student Demonstration Time
09. Good Vibrations
10. California Girls
11. I Get Around
12. It's About Time

Stevie Wonder - 1973-03-04 - Berkeley, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Berkeley Community Theater

Source: BGP SBD > Open reel Ampex videotape or to conventional RtR (unclear which equipment was used)
Transfer #1: (c. 1988) re-anneal master tapes (if needed) > D (probably a Sonic Solutions ADC @ 24/48) > PCM tape
Remaster #1: (c. 1988) PCM > hiss & artifact removal > "sonic solutions process" > DAT (or other digital medium > DAT)
Transfer #2: (1990) MDAT > Nakamichi deck> XLII-S/90 > MC
Transfer #3: (1990) MC > Nakamichi deck (playback) > Nakamichi deck (record) > XLII-S/90 > C(1)
Transfer #4: (2005) C(1) > Aiwa AD-F850 > THC Cables > Edirol U-A5 > USB > Wavelab 5.01a @ 24/96 > WAV
Final Mastering: WAV > Wavelab 5.0a (X-noise to reduce hiss; 192 KhZ resampler > 44.1k; L3 Multimaximizer to increase gain and dither to 16 bits) > FLAC.

Disc 1
01. Bill Graham Intro > For Once In My life (splice at 40 seconds) (many channel adjustments)
02. If You Really Love Me
03. Me & Mrs. Jones
04. Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You?) > (discontinuity at about 15 min)
05. Instrumental > Let Me Tell You Something, My Darling
06. Think I'm On The Right Track (discontinuity at 33:01)
07. I Was Made To Love Her
08. Feel It

Disc 2
09. Killing Me Softly
10. You Are The Sunshine of My Life >
11. Big Brother >
12. Blowing In The Wind >
13. Medley: 
- What's Going On?
- Betcha By Golly Wow!
- Ma Cherie Amore
- Summer Breeze
14. Love Having You Around >
15. Signed, Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours) >
16. The way you do it last night, you do it like you should >
17. harmonica song
18. Superstition// (w/ Buddy Miles & Paul Keegan?)

Notes:
The recording runs just shy of 90 minutes. If splitting onto two discs, the suggested split is after track 8. There are a half-dozen small discontinuities in the recording, including abrupt transitions between songs and small gaps, some with brief silences and others without. There was a tape flip in Killing Me Softly at about 4:15.

Pink Floyd - 1994-09-04 - Rotterdam, NL (AUD/FLAC) Softly Spoken Magic Spells




(Audience FLAC)

Pink Floyd 
September 4, 1994 
Stadion Feyenoord (De Kuip)
Rotterdam, Netherlands 

Source: 
Silver cd's (Softly Spoken Magic Spells) > EAC > WAV > FLAC, level 8 

David Gilmour Guitars, vocals 
Nick Mason Drums 
Rick Wright Keyboards, vocals 

Guy Pratt Bass/vocals Durga McBroom Backing vocals 
Jon Carin Keyboards/vocals Sam Brown Backing vocals 
Tim Renwick Guitars Claudia Fontaine Backing vocals 
Gary Wallis Percussion Dick Parry Saxophones 

Disc 1: 
1. Shine on You Crazy Diamond 12:42 
2. Learning to Fly 5:16 
3. Take it Back 6:30 
4. Sorrow 10:34 
5. Keep Talking 7:55 
6. Wish You Were Here 5:45 
7. Another Brick in the Wall Pt.2 7:04 
8. One of These Days 7:29 
9. High Hopes 8:12 
Total: 71:29 

Disc 2: 
1. Speak to Me 5:08 
2. Breathe 2:43 
3. On the Run 4:24 
4. Time 5:37 
5. Breathe (Reprise) 1:10 
6. The Great Gig in the Sky 5:06 
7. Money 8:49 
8. Us and Them 7:15 
9. Any Colour You Like 3:21 
10. Brain Damage 3:04 
11. Eclipse 2:55 
12. Comfortably Numb 10:54 
13. Run Like Hell 9:10 
Total: 69:38 

Note: 
High Hopes was moved to the end of Disc 1. It was performed as the encore instead of WYWH, which was performed in the first set. 

Kris Kristofferson - 1972-04-25 - New York City, NY (FM broadcast FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Kris Kristofferson & Rita Coolidge
1972-04-25 RCA Studios, NYC

source: FM Reel Master
taped by Jerry Moore

lineage/transfer:
WPLJ delayed broadcast(?) > Bell and Howell open reel deck @ 3.75 ips master, no nr

technics rs-1506 > tascam hd-p2 24/96 > pc > cd wave > adobe audition 2.0 > flac
transferred & seeded by Rob Berger February 2012

01 - 7 Up
02 - Duvalier’s Dream
03 - When I Loved Her
04 - Jesus Was a Capricorn
05 - Same Old Song
06 - Band Intros
07 - Smile At Me Again
08 - Loving Her Was Easier
09 - Casey's Last Ride
10 - Billy Dee
11 - Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
12 - Jesus Song
13 - Woman Left Alone
14 - Everybody Loves A Winner
15 - Help Me Make It Through The Night
16 - One Day Let The Music Play
17 - 7 Up

one disc: 63:04

notes: WPLJ live concert series #16

mercoledì 28 marzo 2018

Rock and Roll all Stars - 2012-04-22 - Buenos Aires, ARG (FM/FLAC)




(FM broacast FLAC)

Teatro Vorterix (ex El Teatro Colegiales) 
22 April 2012 
Buenos Aires - Argentina 

Lineage: FM airwave type >encore enltv-fm >Roxio sound editor >dime 

Microsoft WAV Files 
PCM 
44,100 KHz, 16 bit, Estéreo 

Setlist and band members: 
(Matt Sorum drums in all songs) 

Sebastian Bach, Steve Stevens, Gilby Clarke, Duff McKagan 
1. Welcome To The Jungle (GUNS N' ROSES cover) 
2. Youth Gone Wild (SKID ROW cover) 

Glenn Hughes, Billy Duffy, Mike Inez, Duff McKagan 
3. Highway Star (DEEP PURPLE cover) 
4. Wildflower (THE CULT cover) 

Ed Roland, Steve Stevens, Billy Duffy, Duff McKagan 
5. Rebel Yell (BILLY IDOL cover) 
6. Shine (COLLECTIVE SOUL cover) 

Joe Elliot, Steve Stevens, Gilby Clarke, Duff McKagan + Glenn Hughes (chorus) 
7. Tie Your Mother Down (QUEEN cover) 
8. Pour Some Sugar On Me (DEF LEPPARD cover) 

Gene Simmons, Steve Stevens, Gilby Clarke, Sebastian Bach (chorus) 
9. I Love It Loud (KISS cover) 
10. Rock And Roll All Nite (KISS cover) 

11. Interview at the Faena Hotel (21 Abril 2012) 

Peter Brötzmann - 2008-11-06 - Berlin, DE (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST


(FM broadcast FLAC)

JazzFest Berlin 2008
Quasimodo Berlin, Germany

Broadcast:
2008-12-09 DLR Tonart 256/48k mp2 recorded by Lewojazz (thanks) > Foobar2000 (wav) > > Audition (44.1k) > TomP edit > Tag & Rename (flac tags) > TLH (flac 6 + SBE / decode check)

Michael Wertmüller - drums
Marino Pliakas - electric bass
Peter Brötzmann - tenor sax, bass clarinet & tarogato
+
Mars Williams - tenor sax
Keiji Haino - guitar, electronics & vocals
Peter Evans - trumpet

Part 1:
01 - Frog Fuck (13.00)
02 - To Barbu (9.01)
03 - Full Blast Part I (5.23)
04 - Full Blast Part II (7.02)
05 - Full Blast Part III (16.56)
06 - Full Blast Part IV (0.53) - partial, abrupt cut *

Part 2:
07 - Full Blast Part V (23.58)
08 - LHC (6.14)
09 - Ellis (12.11)
10 - Black Hole + Alice (10.22)

Total = 105:01

* not listed is program playlist, but the offical Full Blast is 5 parts

Edit details (Nero 8 unless indicated):

Removed announcer
Phase offset correction, moved L-channel - 1 sample
Fixed several glicks / glitches
Fixed many large balance and volume swings thoughout
Tracked two broadcast parts to be continuous
flac 6 + SBE / decode check (TLH)
Flac tags (Tag & Rename)

Duran Duran - 2011-03-23 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)



(Exc audience FLAC)

The Mayan

"Unstaged - Recorded Live"

Taper / engineer: mixter_

VG+

Lineage / Equipment:
12' - 14' from rail / dead center / fob  -> 6.5' h -> slavesound omni's -> custom bb - no bass roll-off -> edirol r09 (44.1/16) -> sandisk 16gb ultraII 15mb/s -> reader -> audition 3.0 - slight level boost (no normalization) bass roll-off @ 100 Hz -> har-bal 2.3 slight eq (bass attenuate, treble boost) -> cd wave editor (track split) -> tlh (flac 8, etc...) 


Simon Le Bon - Vocals, Whistling, Acoustic Guitar, Mellodica
John Taylor - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Nick Rhodes - Keyboards, Synthesizers, Piano, Programming
Roger Taylor - Drums, Percussion

With...  
Dom Brown - Lead Guitar, Occassional Backing Vocals
Simon Willescroft - Additional Percussion, Saxophone
Anna Ross - Backing Vocals

Special Guests...
Gerard Way - Vocals on 04
Beth Ditto - Vocals on 06
Kelis - Vocals on 13, 20
Mark Ronson - Rhythm Guitar on 09, 15, 21-23 
Claire, Lisa, Nikki and Asian - String Quartet on 11-13, 20-23

01. Overture - Return To Now
02. All You Need Is Now
03. Being Followed
04. Planet Earth
05. Friends Of Mine
06. Notorious
07. Blame The Machines
08. Hungry Like The Wolf
09. Safe (In The Heat Of The Moment)
10. Simon's Joke
11. Leave A Light On
12. Ordinary World
13. The Man Who Stole A Leopard
14. Simon's Dream
15. Girl Panic
16. Careless Memories
17. (Reach Up For The) Sunrise
18. Rio
19. Encore Break
20. Come Undone
21. John Barry Bond Medley: Goldfinger & You Only Live Twice
22. A View To A Kill (Orchestral & Vocal)
23. Girls On Film (Band Introduction)

1:48:00

martedì 27 marzo 2018

Mark Knopfler - 2013-07-19 - Lucca, IT (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Piazza Napoleone, Lucca
Lucca Summer Festival

Complete show

Lineage:
Analog FM Tuner>Sony PCM-M10>WAV 16-44>Soundforge>CD Wave>TLH>FLAC

Taper:
Andrea82

01. What it is
02. Corned beef city
03. Privateering
04. Father & son
05. Hill farmers blues
06. Used to could
07. Romeo & Juliet
08. Song for Sonny Liston
09. Postcards from Paraguay
10. Marbletown
11. Speedway at Nazareth
12. Telegraph road
13. So far away
14. Going home

Note: Short but very well played show by MK and the band.

In italian radio customes the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. His/Her purpose is to introduce songs with bits of bio and translate what the artists say, or to describe to radio listeners what's happening on stage. But the songs, the actual music, are not spoken over in the middle of them. It has to be noted that italian djs are on the whole adviced to talk that much by the same record companies to prevent bootlegging.

R.E.M. - 1985-07-07 - Werchter, Belgium (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Werchter Festival

Set of three different FM broadcasts. Separate, detailed info files are included in each part. An overview is compiled here ...

The complete setlist that day was:

01. Feeling Gravitys Pull
02. Driver 8
03. Rockville
04. Hyena
05. South Central Rain
06. Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
07. Auctioneer
08. Can't Get There From Here
09. Old Man Kensey
10. Pretty Persuasion
11. Life And How To Live It
12. Talk About The Passion
(source: "Adventures in hi-fi: the complete R.E.M." by Rob Jovanovic and Tim Abbott)

I have two tapes from this performance, both taped straight from FM. The first one, from the KRO "Rocktempel" radio broadcast on August 31, 1985 includes tracks 1, 2, 9, and 8 . This recording was seeded here before in September 2007. The second tape, from the KRO "Leidsekade Live" Radio 3FM broadcast on October 27, 1996 only includes tracks 6, and 1. It has not been shared anywhere before.

And furthermore, back in June 2007 I downloaded another source from this same place, which was "recorded in the 80's" and includes tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 8. That set is included here as well, complete and unaltered. Thanks again to the original seeder!

So, from the 12-track setlist we now have 7 tracks: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, and 9.

Bon Jovi - 1987-06-20 - Irvine, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Artist: Bon Jovi 
Date: June 20th, 1987 
Venue: Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre 
Location: Irvine, CA, USA 

Transfer notes: 
Unknown (probably very low) cassette generation --> Nakamichi DR-3 --> Audacity (FLAC export w/ compression level 8 ) 

01 - Pink Flamingos 
02 - Raise Your Hands 
03 - I'd Die For You 
04 - Tokyo Road 
05 - Jon talking #1 
06 - You Give Love A Bad Name 
07 - Wild In The Streets 
08 - Jon talking #2 
09 - Twist & Shout 
10 - Never Say Goodbye 
11 - Livin' On A Prayer 

NOTE: 
I had never heard about this show until a friend of mine found the tape on ebay and another one bought it and was kind it enough to send it over. This one comes from the Soundboard, I honestly have no further information as to whether it was a FM broadcast or if it leaked some other way. The quality is very good and actually improves to (almost) excellent after "Raise Your Hands". When transferring the tape the sound level was quite high which lead to me recording it at some lower level to avoid clipping. Afterwards I grabbed a noise sample, reduced some hiss, used some slight EQ for more clarity and expanded the stereo width and dynamics a bit more. What I personally really like about this recording is how nicely the bass comes through. 

There was some confusion about the date of the recording. The tape was labelled as "Irvine Meadows Amp., July 12th 1987" which can't be correct since that date was already after the Canadian shows and the band was playing the East Coast again at that point. Someone pointed me to the bootleg "Where's The Tape Man?" which is supposed to be this but is listed as being from the Long Beach Arena show in January. This couldn't be true since "I'd Die For You" had already taken the spot of "Breakout" and "Never Say Goodbye" the one of "Silent Night" - those changes were made in early March, respectively late May/early June. Furthermore Jon greets the audience as "Good Evening Irvine Meadows!" He talks about not having been there for about 2 years which leads me to the conclusion that it was the first show of their three-night stint. Alright, enough with the theories, just blast the show through your stereo! 

Pink Floyd - 1967-1969 - BBC Archives (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

BBC Archives 1967-1969 (Last Scream PFBBC-67-6869)

lineage: silvers>flac8

Disc 1 (36:15):
01 - Pow R Toc H (14th May 1967 “Look Of The Week”)
02 - Astronomy Domine (14th May 1967 “Look Of The Week”)
03 - The Gnome (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
04 - Scarecrow (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
05 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
06 - Matilda Mother (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
07 - Reaction in G (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
08 - Flaming (25th September 1967 “Top Gear”)
09 - Green Onions (12th December 1967 “Tomorrow’s World”)
10 - Instrumental (12th December 1967 “Tomorrow’s World”)
11 - Vegetable Man (20th December 1967 “Top Gear”)
12 - Scream Thy Last Scream (20th December 67 “Top Gear”)
13 - Pow R Toc H (20th December 1967 “Top Gear”)
14 - Jugband Blues (20th December 1967 “Top Gear”)

Disc 2 (67:15):
01 - Instrumental (26th March 1968 “The Sound Of Change”)
02 - Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (28th March 1968 “Omnibus’ All My Loving”)
03 - The Murderotic Woman (25th June 1968 “Top Gear”)
04 - The Massed Gadgets Of Hercules (25th June 1968 “Top Gear”)
05 - Let There Be More Light (25th June 1968 “Top Gear”)
06 - Julia Dream (25th June 1968 “Top Gear”)
07 - Point Me At The Sky (2nd December 1968 “Top Gear”)
08 - Baby Blue Shuffle In D Major (2nd December 1968 “Top Gear”)
09 - Embryo (2nd December 1968 “Top Gear”)
10 - Interstellar Overdrive (2nd December 1968 “Top Gear”)
11 - Daybreak (12th May 1969 “Top Gear”)
12 - Nightmare (12th May 1969 “Top Gear”)
13 - The Beginning (12th May 1969 “Top Gear”)
14 - Beset By Creatures Of The Deep (12th May 1969 “Top Gear”)

Most of you already have this, anyway i couldn't find a silver cd rip of this title, so, here it is

lunedì 26 marzo 2018

Bob Dylan w/ Grateful Dead - 1987-06-xx - San Rafael, CA (Studio SHN)

(Studio SHN)

The Complete Rehearsals
Club Front

Lineage:
Pre-rehearsal and Rehearsals:
studio>cassette masters>DAT>CD-R(Alan Fraser)>dylantree.com audio tree 2002>unknown CDr gens and transfers>CDr(x)>EAC(secure)>wav>mkw>shn

GDeadHour:
Pre-FM>DAT>CD-R(Alan Fraser)>dylantree.com audio tree 2002>unknown CDr gens and transfers>CDr(x)>EAC(secure)>wav>mkw>shn

Setlist:
prerehearsal
1.) The French Girl/Blues Stay Away From Me
2.) Conversation
3.) John Hardy [John Hardy Was A Desperate Man]
4.) Conversation
5.) Instrumental Jam
6.) I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/Blues Stay Away From Me

Disc 1 - Rehearsals
1.) The Times They Are A-Changin'
2.) When I Paint My Masterpiece
3.) Man Of Peace
4.) I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
5.) The Ballad Of Ira Hayes
6.) I Want You
7.) Ballad Of A Thin Man
8.) Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
9.) Dead Man, Dead Man
10.) Queen Jane Approximately
11.) The French Girl
12.) In The Summertime
13.) Man Of Peace
14.) Union Sundown
15.) It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
16.) Joey

Disc 2 - Rehearsals
1.) If Not For You
2.) If Not For You
3.) Slow Train
4.) Tomorrow Is A Long Time
5.) Walkin' Down The Line
6.) Gotta Serve Somebody
7.) Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
8.) Maggie's Farm
9.) Chimes of Freedom
10.) All I Really Want To Do
11.) John Brown
12.) Heart Of Mine
13.) Rolling In My Sweet Baby's Arms
14.) John Hardy [John Hardy Was A Desperate Man]
15.) The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
16.) John Brown
17.) I'll Be Your Baby Tonight

Disc 3 - Rehearsals
1.) Don’t Keep Me Waiting Too Long [Go Ahead, Baby]
2.) Stealin’
3.) I Want You
4.) Oh Boy
5.) Tangled Up In Blue
6.) Simple Twist Of Fate
7.) The Boy In The Bubble
8.) Heart Of Mine
9.) Pledging My Time
10.) Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
11.) The Wicked Messenger
12.) Watching The River Flow

Disc 4 - Rehearsals
1.) Under Your Spell
2.) I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
3.) Blues Stay Away From Me
4.) If Not For You
5.) The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
6.) Señor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
7.) I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
8.) I'm Free
9.) They Killed Him
10.) Pledging My Time
11.) Oh Boy

gdeadhour - The Grateful Dead Hour #705, broadcast week of 25 Mar 2002
1.) Introduction by David Gans
2.) Gans interviewed by Gary Lambert
3.) All Along The Watchtower
4.) More Gans interview
5.) Stealin’
6.) Gans
7.) Oh Boy
8.) John Brown
9.) Folsom Prison Blues
10.) Gotta Serve Somebody
11.) Hideaway/C C Rider
12.) Gans conclusion

Kamasi Washington and the CBSO Strings - 2016-08-30 - London, UK (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Kamasi Washington and the CBSO Strings [TomP remaster] 
PROM 61 
Royal Albert Hall, London 
2016-08-30 Live 

Quality: EX 

Kamasi Washington (saxophone) 
T.O.P. Gospel Choir 
Strings of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra 
conductor Jules Buckley 

00 - Stage Intro 3:33 
01 - Change of The Guard 12:58 
02 - Henrietta 10:11 
03 - The Next Step 13:33 
04 - The Rhythm Changes 10:32 
05 - Space Travellers Lullaby 10:06 
06 - The Magnificent 7 12:45 

Total = 73:39 

Edit details (Nero 8 unless indicated) 
Corrected long patches of phase inversion (Audition 5.5) 
DC offset correction 
Normalised volume 
Fixed many balance and volume offsets 
Removed all station announcer 
Flac tags (Tag & Rename) 
Flac 6 + SBE / decode check (Tag & Rename)

The program web site says... 
"Thrilling California-based saxophonist and composer Kamasi Washington has been described as the biggest thing to hit jazz for years. Having toured for over a decade with artists such as Herbie Hancock, Lauryn Hill and Snoop Dogg, he now brings his own band to the Proms, combining with the strings of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and choral backing, to perform tracks from his groundbreaking recent three-disc album The Epic." 

...which is over-hyping to a great extent as it is fairly MOR jazz, and a clear demonstration of why classically oriented orchestras / choirs should not play rhythmic music as they lag way 
behind the beat, but this may not be of concern to some and it is a clear recording (in contrast to the Rai3 version) and I know he is popular, so here it is.

Europe - 1992-02-17 - Roma, IT (SBD/SHN)



(Sooundboard SHN)

Linage:
cd>shn

CD1
01 - Intro
02 - Seventh sign
03 - All or nothing
04 - Ready Or Not
05 - Let The Good times Rock
06 - Girl From Lebanon
07 - Superstitious
08 - Homeland
09 - Kee Marcello's guitar Solo
10 - Got Your mind In the gutter
11 - Break Free

CD2
01 - Open Your Heart
02 - I'll Cry For You
03 - Carrie
04 - Halfway To Heaven
05 - Chorus
06 - Little Bit Of Lovin'
07 - Cherokee
08 - Prisoners In Paradise
09 - Rock The Night
10 - The Final Countdown

Ace Frehley - 1987-06-29 - Milwaukee, WI (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Ace Frehley's Comet
Summerfest
Milwaukee, WI
29th June 1987

FM Radio Broadcast > Silver Bootleg CD
CD > EAC > Traders Little Helper > Flac8 sector aligned

Ace Frehley...Guitar/ Vocals
Tod Howarth...Guitar
John Regan...Bass
Anton Fig...Drums

01 - Rip It Out
02 - Stranger In A Strange Land
03 - Something Moved
04 - Cold Gin
05 - Love Me Right
06 - Into The Night
07 - New York Groove
08 - Rock Soldiers
09 - Breakout
10 - Shock Me
11 - Calling To You
12 - We Got Your Rock
13 - Deuce
14 - Rocket Ride

domenica 25 marzo 2018

Paul McCartney - 1990-03-07 - Toyko, JP (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Silver CD's Non Plus Ultra Collection

Lineage:
EAC>Traders Little Helper> Fastsum

Disc One
01. Figure Of Eight
02. Jet
03. Got To Get You Into My Life
04. Rough Ride
05. Band On The Run
06. We Got Married
07. Let 'Em In
08. The Long And Winding Road
09. The Fool On The Hill
10. Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
11. Good Day Sunshine
12. Can't Buy Me Love
13. Put It There

Disc Two
01. Things We Said Today
02. Eleanor Rigby
03. This One
04. My Brave Face
05. Back In The U.S.S.R.
06. I Saw Her Standing There
07. Coming Up
08. Let It Be
09. Ain't That A Shame
10. Live And Let Die
11. If I Were Not Upon A Stage
12. Hey Jude
13. Yesterday
14. Get Back
15. Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

Uli Jon Roth - 2015-02-07 - Poughkeepsie, NY (AUD/FLAC)

Uli Jon Roth - 2015-02-07 - Poughkeepsie, NY
(Audience FLAC)

The Chance Theater 
EXTREME GUITAR TOUR 
44khz/16bit 

Vocals are low in the mix (truth be told ... guitars were HIGH in the mix) :) 
Recorded by bcironmaiden 
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 > Sony Sound Forge 96khz/24bit > 44khz/16bit > CD Wave Editor Track Split > TLH ( Flac 8 ) > You 

Uli Jon Roth - Guitar/Vocals 
David Klosinski - Guitar 
John West - Vocals 
Elliot Rubinson - Bass 
Kofi Baker - Drums 
Nicholas Quinteros - Keys 

01. Intro 
02. All Night Long 
03. Sails Of Charon 
04. Sun In My Hand 
05. We'll Burn The Sky 
06. In Trance 
07. Acoustic Interlude 
08. Drum Solo 
09. Fly To The Rainbow 
10. Polar Nights 
11. Dark Lady 
12. Encore 
13. Back On Stage 
14. All Along The Watchtower 
15. Little Wing 

94:22.15 

sabato 24 marzo 2018

The Cure - 1979-03-11 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

01 - 10.15 Saturday Night (Slightly Ext)
02 - Accuracy
03 - Grinding Halt
04 - Another Day
05 - Object
06 - Subway Song
07 - Foxy Lady
08 - Meathook
09 - Three Imaginary Boys
10 - Boys Don'T Cry
11 - Plastic Passion
12 - Fire In Cairo
13 - It'S Not You


encores
14 - Do The Hansa
15 - Killing An Arab


encores
16 - 10:15 SATURDAY NIGHT (extended)

Duran Duran - 1993-04-30 - Buenos Aires, ARG (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Silver CD: "Duran Duran In Concert"
Manufacturer: All Of Us.
Reference: AS 01

Lineage:
Silver CD ->Nero -> WAV -> Trader Little Helper -> FLAC8 -> 2U

01 - Breath after breath*
02 - Planet earth
03 - Hungry like a wolf
04 - Ordinary world
05 - Come undone
06 - Crystal ship**
07 - Girls on film
08 - Notorious
09 - Too much information
10 - Save a prayer
11 - Wild boys
12 - Rio

Duration: 72:05:00

*With Milton Nascimento
**Written by Jim Morrison

Pink Floyd - 1970-1972 - Dream's Factory (FM/SHN)



(BBC broadcast SHN)

cat: NEW KERUAC LINE 1011 --
date / venue: compilation (1970-1972)

- tracklist + exact sources:

01. BREATHE / ON THE RUN 8:59
from the Live at Rainbow Theatre Feb. 20 1972  (same as on the RoIOs Forbidden Samples/The Live Side Of the Moon, Time etc...)

02. ECHOES 25:17
live from the Paris Cinema London concert - BBC archives Sept. 30 1971

03. EMBRYO 3:04 (listed erroneously on the cover as Green is the Colour)
live from the Paris Cinema London concert (BBC archives July 16 1970)

04. IF 4:24
live from the Paris Cinema London concert (BBC archives July 16 1970)

05. US AND THEM / ANY COLOUR YOU LIKE 7:03
from the Live at Rainbow Theatre Feb. 20 1972 (same as on the RoIOs Forbidden Samples/The Live Side Of the Moon, Time etc...)

06. CAREFUL WITH THAT AXE EUGENE 5:28 --  (fades out)
live from the Paris Cinema London concert (BBC archives July 16 1970)

I'm almost sure the tracks from the BBC broadcast comes from vinyl, not 100% sure anyway ... sound is very good but all the tracks comes from very common recordings available on many different editions and with a better sound quality too

limited edition with certification the CD case is a round can box containing the cd on a round sponge and a numbered warranty certificate (mine is 0010) no info about the date of release but I can remember I found that in a music shop (together with the RoIO Silence) around '93-'95 (and it was yet released surely not after 95, since then RoIOs got illegal here, while this release has the SIAE trademark on the certificate (if someone doesn’t know it yet, the SIAE is the society that monitors the artists’ copyrights here in Italy)

Steve Miller Band - 1969-11-29 - Seattle, WA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

lineage
FM Broadcast - 7 inch reel at 3 3/4 ips - ??? - Trader's Little Helper - FLAC

Steve Miller - guitar/vocals
Lonnie Turner - Bass/bkg vocals
Tim Davis - Drums/bkg vocals

Set One
01 - Can't You Hear Your Daddy's Heartbeat
02 - Don't Write Me No Letters
03 - Steppin' Stone
04 - Space Cowboy
05 - Kow Kow Calqulator
06 - Blues With A Feeling
KOL radio I.D. insert
07 - Mercury Blues w/ Happy Birthday

Set Two
08 - Gangster Of Love (14 minute jam)
09 - Motherless Children
10 - Don't Let Nobody Turn You 'Round
11 - Got Love If You want It (end is cut, and rest of show is gone)

Marcus Miller, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock - 2011-07-15 - Juan-les-Pins, FR (FM/FLAC)


(FM Broadcast FLAC)

Lineage: 
FIP broadcast > Onkyo TX-8511 FM tuner > Edirol R-09 > HD via USB > Sound Forge 7.0 > CD Wave Editor > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Marcus Miller - bass clarinet, bass
Wayne Shorter - saxophones
Sean Jones - trumpet
Herbie Hancock - piano, keyboards
Sean Rickman - drums

'Tribute to Miles'

Broadcast by FIP on July 18, 2011

01.Interview Marcus Miller
01.Walkin’/ Little One / All Blues / Directions / Shh...Peaceful
02.In a Silent Way / Water Babies / Someday My Prince Will Come / Footprints
03.Band Introduction
04.Fran Dance / Jean Pierre
05.Orbits / Dr. Jekyll
06.Time After Time / Sketches of Spain / It’s About That Time
07.Tutu

TT 126:34

Notes by the taper/trader:
This outfit played Paris the monday after this particular show at the Olympia but the seats were so expensive that I refused to buy tickets. I am in total disagreement when ticket prices reach a certain level, I consider that something completely elitarist and disrespectful towards those who cannot afford such prices. Fortunately the radio is much more democratic (that's what I love about it!) and the same night of the Paris show FIP (my favourite radio, such incredible programs...) broadcasted the Juan-les-Pins show. Still, a pity I could not witness this event live.

I recorded this on monday, then I had to leave to Germany for the rest of the week. That's why so see this one appearing with a little delay. Many of you already have this show, so you already know how fantastic it is. The interview with Marcus is also intersting, eepecially when he mentions that they have prepared the whole set in just 3 (three!!!) days, the first of which they did not touch an instrument...they just talked about the time they had with Miles...

Yes - 1969/1971 - In The Beginning (SBD/AUD/SHN)

(SBD/AUD/SHN)

The quality ranges from VG- to EX-

Yes - 1969-08-20 - Star Club, Hamburg, Germany VG-
(Audience)

Jon Anderson,
Peter Banks,
Bill Bruford,
Tony Kaye,
Chris Squire


01 - Eleanor Rigby (4:29)
*******

Yes - 1969-10-09 - Gruggahalle, Essen, Germany
(Audience VG-)

Jon Anderson,
Peter Banks,
Bill Bruford,
Tony Kaye,
Chris Squire


01 - Introduction (2:12)
02 - No Opportunity (3:25)
03 - Dear Father (6:07)
04 - Every Little Thing (6:16)
05 - Something's Coming (8:47) - includes Bill Bruford's drum solo


*******

Yes - 1969-12-21 - The Penthouse, Sheffield, England VG
(Audience )

Jon Anderson,
Peter Banks,
Bill Bruford,
Tony Kaye,
Chris Squire


01 - Dear Father (5:46)
02 - Eleanor Rigby (3:26) - missing the first half
03 - I See You (21:21) - includes Peter Bank's guitar solo (from 3:19-18:57, with Bill)

*******


Yes - 1969-01-24 - Goteborgs Concerthall, Gothenburg, Sweden
(Soundboard EX-)


01 - I've Seen All Good People
02 - Astral Traveller
03 - Everydays


*******

Yes - 1971-01-25 - Falkoner Theater, Copenhagen, Denmark
(Audience VG+)


01 - Bye, Bye Goodbye Baby (with Iron Butterfly)

Misfits - 1982-04-13 - Hollywood, CA (SBD/SHN)


(Soundboard SHN)

notes: Saccharine Trust opened

lineage: 
cassette master > CDR > CDR > .shn

cdr>.shn transfer: eac>mkwact>.shn

01. 20 Eyes
02. I Turned Into a Martian
03. Horror Business
04. Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight?
05. We Bite
06. London Dungeon
07. All Hell Breaks Loose
08. Halloween
09. Skulls
10. We Are 138
11. Astro Zombies
12. Hate Breeders
13. Braineaters
14. Bullet (w/ Henry Rollins)

comments: 
first song cuts in & has two glitches

Aerosmith - 1986-05-19 - Kalamazoo, MI (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundoard FLAC)

Title: Beat Me, Eat Me!
Date: May 19, 1986
Venue: Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI, USA
Label: Hard Road
Source: CDR (originally released by CDR) > WAV > FLAC

Disc 1
1 Rats In The Cellar
2 Same Old Song And Dance
3 Big Ten Inch Record
4 My Fist Your Face
5 Last Child
6 She's On Fire
7 Walkin' The Dog
8 Sweet Emotion
9 Red House

Disc 2
1 Shela
2 Walk This Way
3 Let The Music Do The Talking
4 Joey Kramer Drum Solo
5 Toys In The Attic
6 Dream On
7 Train Kept A Rollin'

Note:
The quality of "Rats In The Cellar" and "Same Old Song And Dance" is very bad.