martedì 30 aprile 2019

Dream Theater - 1993-06-29 - Milwaukee, WI (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Dream Theater 
Lazer 103 Rock Stage 
Henry Maier Festival Grounds 
Milwaukee, WI USA 
"Summerfest FM" FM broadcast 
MASTER copy 

Technics Quartz Synthesizer AM/FM Stereo Receiver SA-160 > Pioneer cassette deck, model forgotten and JVC TD-W505 stereo double cassette deck > Maxell XL II 90, XL II-S 90 and 2 XL II 60s cassette tapes, one lost to the ages > JVC TD-W505 stereo double cassette deck > ZOOM H2 Handy Digital Recorder > San Disk 4GB Ultra SD card (tracking done here) > (wav files onto HD here) > Magix Audio Cleaning Lab 2013 (retracking and editing of tracks done here) > Trader's Little Helper (encode level 8, aligned on sector boundaries) 

James LaBrie: Vocals 
Kevin Moore: Keyboards 
John Myung: Bass 
John Petrucci: Guitars 
Mike Portnoy: Drums 

01 - DJ intro
02 - Metropolis, Part 1
03 - Under A Glass Moon
04 - A Fortune In Lies
05 - Wait For Sleep and Surrounded
06 - Puppies On Acid and Take The Time
07 - To Live Forever and Drum Solo
08 - Status Seeker
09 - Another Day
10 - Pull Me Under
11 - Jam
12 - Learning To Live
13 - DJ outro

CD 1: 6 tracks, 45:54 
CD 2: 7 tracks, 58:18 

TT: 104:12 

This recording is NOT ripped from any "silver" CDs ; this is from my own personal FM recording collection. There are NO speed problems with this broadcast and all songs are complete except for about 15-20 seconds from 12, UNLIKE several silver CD versions of this show which contain fairly serious edits of at least one song. Read the material below... 

Roxy Music - 1975-02-20 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

a joe maloney analog master

audience analog master to cdr krw transfer to eac to tlh flac level 8

Bryan Ferry vocals keyboards
Andy Mackay saxophone oboe
Paul Thompson drums
Phil Manzanera lead guitar
Eddie Jobson synthesiser violin
John Gustafson bass

cd 1 tape 1 side a
01 Prairie Rose
02 Mother Of Pearl
03 Out Of The Blue
04 Song For Europe
05 Three And Nine
06 If It Takes All Night
07 Bitter Sweet

Tape Flip Tape 1 Side B

08 Bitters End
09 A Really Good Time
10 Cassanova
11 All I Want Is You
12 Virginia Plane
13 Editions Of You

Cd 2 Tape 2 Side A
01 The Thrill Of It All
02 Do The Strand
03 Outro Music (The In Crowd)

Steely Dan and Steve Winwood - 2016-06-16 - Mountain View, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Steely Dan and Steve Winwood 2016-06-16 Shoreline Ampetheater Mountain View CA (FLAC)

June 16, 2016
Shoreline Ampitheater
Mountain View, CA

Equipment DPA 461s-battery Box-sony pcm-m10
Transfer M10-usb-audacity-cdwav editor FLAC

Taping location the lawn

Steve Winwood setlist 
01 - I'm a Man
02 - Pearly Queen
03 - At Times We Do Forget
04 - Can't Find My Way Home
05 - Them Changes
06 - The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
07 - Higher Love
08 - Dear Mr. Fantasy
09 - Gimme Some Lovin

Steely Dan setlist
01 - Black Cow
02 - Aja
03 - Hey Nineteen
04 - Black Friday
05 - Babylon Sisters
06 - Kid Charlemagne
07 - Time Out of Mind
08 - Dirty Work
09 - Bodhisattva
10 - Daddy Don't Live in That New York City No More
11 - Godwhacker
12 - I Want To (Do Everything for You)
13 - Josie
14 - Peg
15 - My Old School
16 - Reelin' in the Years
17 - Encore:
18 - Pretzel Logic 

Must be a gluton for punishment as I was back at the venue who fucked me over for the cure show a couple of weeks ago!

Place was about half full, I dont know whether they are just getting old or just going through the motions for $$$ but did not seem they were putting it all into the show.

The winwood set has chatter, as he started before the sunset I had to sit in what crowd showed up to not be noticed, the Steely Dan set I moved to my own section of lawn so it is mostly clear of crowd noise. It needed a volume boost

Stephen Stills 1971-08-17 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

AUGUST 17,1971



Rock & Roll Woman ** Not Recorded **
Questions ** Not Recorded **
Helplessly Hoping ** Not Recorded **
Fishes & Scorpions ** Not Recorded **
Go Back Home ** Not Recorded **
Love The One You'Re With ** Not Recorded **
Black Queen ** Not Recorded **

01 - Change Partners
02 - Know You'Ve Got To Run
03 - Word Game
04 - Tuning/Talk
05 - Do For The Others
06 - Fort Worth I Love You
07 - Tuning/Talk
08 - I'D Have To Be Crazy
09 - Tuning/Talk
10 - Texas Train Ride (?) ( Fades Out )
11 - Jesus Gave Love Away For Free
12 - You Don'T Have To Cry
13 - 49 Bye Byes >
14 - For What It'S Worth

01 - Tuning/Talk
02 - Ecology Song
03 - Tuning/Talk
04 - Open Secret
05 - Tuning/Talk
06 - Lean On Me Baby
07 - Tuning/Talk
08 - Bluebird Revisted
09 - Band Intros
10 - Cherokee
11 - Tuning/Talk
12 - How Long
13 - Find The Cost Of Freedom

Tangerine Dream - 1986-03-17 - Birmingham, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Disc 1:
01: Stratosfear (9:26)
02: Akash Deep (13:29)
03: Beneath The Waves (3:10)
04: Zen Garden (Variation) (4:57)
05: Samba Motel / Scuba Scuba (5:06)
06: Coloured Rain (3:05)
07: Piano Improvisation (4:02)

Disc 2:
01: Dolphin Dance (9:47)
02: Cool Breeze Of Brighton (11:33)
03: Going West (5:42)
04: Yellowstone Park (5:52)
05: Underwater Twilight (4:21)
06: Legend Leftover (3:36)
07: Unicorn Theme (Long Version) (8:25)
08: Mothers Of Rain (6:24)
09: Piano Concerto #20, K466 (1:37)
10: Rare Bird (5:05)
11: Bois de Boulogne (6:15)

A tape copy of an audience recording which was purchased at a record fair in England, just five days after the concert took place. Great sound quality except for a minor background noise which you can hear on the more quieter passages. This is part of the recording, not something that occured during the remastering. I had another Birmingham tape of lesser sound quality, and it was there too. The music is pretty much identical to that of Laguna Hills 6.6.1986 (Tangerine Tree 24), except that TD left out the 'Pilots of Purple Twilight' introduction, and that they played 'Cool Breeze of Brighton' (also known as 'Vermillion Sands') insted of 'Ride on the Ray'. The second encore is the great 'Mothers of Rain' and I like this early version even better than the one which can be found on the 'Optical Race' CD. One of the greatest tracks ever." (Tangerinedreamer, July 2003)

Steve Winwood - 2012-11-16 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

The Greek Theater, 

Source info: 
AT853 cards>CA-9100>Sony PCM-M10(24/96)>Adobe Audition(normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1)>CDWaveEditor 1.96>TLH>Flac 

Taper: David Sell 
Location: 150' in-line w/right stack 
Sound Quality: Excellent 

Steve Winwood - Hammond B-3 Organ, Peddle Bass, Guitar, Mandolin 
Paul Booth - Sax, Hammond B-3 Organ, Flute 
Edson Aparecido da Silva - Percussion 
Richard Bailey - Drums 
José Neto - Guitar 

01. I'm a Man 
02. Fly 
03. At Times We Do Forget 
04. Can't Find My Way Home 
05. Dirty City 
06. Low Spark of High Heeled Boys 
07. Empty Pages 
08. Back in the High Life Again 
09. Light up or Leave Me Alone 
10. ~band intros~ 
11. Higher Love 
12. Dear Mr. Fantasy 
13. Gimme Some Lovin' 


Suzanne Vega - 2014-07-18 - Verona, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)


recorded live at Villa Venier, Sommacampagna (VR), Italy - July 18, 2014 

mic sony 717 > zoom H2 > SD card > wave > soundforge > cdr > flac level 6) 

Suzanne Vega: vocals, acoustic guitar 
Gerry Leonard: guitar 
Doug Yowell: drums 

01 - Fat man and dancing girl 
02 - Marlene on the wall 
03 - Caramel 
04 - Fool’s complaint 
05 - Crack in the wall 
06 - Jacob and the angel 
07 - Small blue thing 
08 - Gypsy 
09 - The queen and the soldier 
10 - Don’t uncork what you can’t contain 
11 - Laying on of hands 
12 - Left of center 
13 - I never wear white 
14 - Some journey 
15 - Luka 
16 - Tom’s diner 
17 - World before Columbus 
18 - In liverpool 
19 - Rosemary 

digital audience recording and artwork: Spanish Johnny 
sound editing: Badscooter 
pictures: lelecavalli, Paolo Brillo (front cover) 
whatever: Maverick Daddy & Camouflage 
special thanks to Magic Rat 

Produced by Kokomo - July 2014 

Traffic - 1970-04-30 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Westwood One In Concert Show #92-28
Paris Theatre

Broadcast the Week of July 6, 1992

Source:  Westwood One Silver CDs

Lineage:  SBD > Silver CD > EAC > FLAC

Disc 1
1. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring >>>No Time to Live
2. Every Mother's Son
3. Medicated Goo >>> John Barleycorn   

Disc 2
1. Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory >>> The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
2. Pearly Queen >>> Empty Pages
3. Glad >>> Freedom Rider

Supertramp - 1977-06-12 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Orpheum Theatre

Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

Nakamichi 550 Tape Recorder
Two Nakamichi CM-300 Microphones
Maxell cassettes

Mastered and FLAC'ed by Carl Morstadt (

Master Cassette -> Nakamichi CR-3A cassette deck with azimuth correction -> M-Audio Firewire Audiophile 2496 -> CDWAV 24-bit/96-KHz wav files -> Goldwave (normalizing and crossfades) ->
CDWAV (track breaks) -> dBpowerAMP Audio Converter (24-bit/96-KHz wav files converted to 16-bit/44.1 KHz wav files) -> FLAC Front End (FLAC 8 with sector boundary alignment)
FLAC files tagged with Foobar2000 Live Show Tagger

Rick Davies - keyboards, vocals
John Helliwell - saxophone, vocals
Roger Hodgson - guitar, keyboards, vocals
Bob Seibenberg - drums
Dougie Thomson - bass

01 School
02 Ain't Nobody But Me
03 Give A Little Bit
04 Bloody Well Right
05 Sister Moonshine
06 From Now On
07 Hide In Your Shell
08 Poor Boy (cut)
09 Babaji

01 Asylum
02 Dreamer
03 Another Man's Woman
04 Fool's Overture
05 E: Two Of Us
06 Crime Of the Century

Steve Miller, Jimmie Vaughan & Charlie Musselwhite - 2017-12-02 - New York City, NY (WEB/FLAC)

(Webcast FLAC)

Steve Miller, Jimmie Vaughan & Charlie Musselwhite
The Rose Theater @ Lincoln Center, New York, NY
December 2, 2017

2 sets on this night.

JALC webcast > Audacity > 16/44 wav (recording supplied and tracked by Beatpop)

Editing: Soundforge > Wav (Eac tested) > TLH (sector boundary aligned) Flac level 8 

Steve Miller - Arranger, Guitar, Vocals
Jimmie Vaughan - Guitar, Vocals
Charlie Musselwhite - Harmonica, Guitar, Vocals
Shelly Berg - Co-arranger, Music Director, Piano
Michael Rodriguez - Trumpet
Patrick Bartley - Alto Saxophone
Craig Handy - Tenor Saxophone
Lauren Sevian - Baritone Saxophone
Mike Flanigin - Organ
Yasushi Nakamura - Bass
Sonny Emory - Drums

Set 1 = 79:28 min
01 Introduction
02 44 Blues
03 I Can't Be Satisfied
04 Dust My Broom
05 Mercury Blues
06 Steve Speaks
07 Mojo Hand
08 Just A Feeling
09 One Of These Mornings
10 It Ain't Right
11 Help Me
112 My Babe
13 Driftin' Blues
14 Baby, What's Wrong
15 Baby What You Want Me To Do
16 Bad Boy
17 Stranger Blues

Set 2 = 76:37 min
01 Introduction
02 All Your Love I Miss Loving
03 Steve Speaks
04 I Love The Life I Live
05 Who's Been Talking
06 Steve Speaks
07 Boom Boom
208 You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling
09 In The Open
10 Tore Down
11 Yonders Wall
12 We Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
13 Roll, Roll, Roll
14 That's All Right
15 Double Trouble
16 Sweet Home Chicago
17 Okie Dokie Stomp

Emmylou Harris - 1979-06-15 - Santa Cruz, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Solar Cal benefit show
"The Fat Fry"
The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA

01 To Daddy 
02 My Songbird 
03 band intros by Emmylou 
04 If I Could Only Win Your Love 
05 The Angels Rejoiced In Heaven Last Night 
06 talk by Emmylou & Ricky Skaggs 
07 Could You Love Me One More Time? 
08 Green Rolling Hills 
09 talk: Emmylou intros next song 
10 I Believe - Land That Lies Up Yonder 
11 talk: Emmylou intros next song 
12 If I Needed You 
13 talk 
14 Satan's Jewel Crown 
15 talk by Emmylou: intro to next song 
16 Keep On The Sunny Side Of Life 
17 talk by Emmylou about Carter Family + intro to next song 
18 Bury Me Beneath The Willow 
19 Sleepless Nights 
20 Where The Soul Never Dies 
21 Here There and Everywhere 
22 Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight 
23 Hickory Wind 
24 final thanks + crowd noise 

Acoustic show with Ricky Skaggs (guitar, mandolin , fiddle, vocals) & Brian Ahern (bass) 

Sources: two unknown lineage Dolby B cassettes. 

Transfer: Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby B decoded) > Macintosh with DigiDesign AudioMedia III card > Pro Tools > AIFF. FLAC files (level 8) created with xACT (sector boundaries verified). 

The first song and 2 minutes of the second song are from an "off-air" KFAT-FM recording, the rest is prebroadcast soundboard. Much better sound quality on the SBD but still listenable enough on the FM source.

Led Zeppelin - 1973-07-17 - Seattle, WA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: V1/2+
Dates: July 17, 1973
Venue: Seattle Center Coliseum, Washington, US.

Source: Ex Stereo Soundboard Recording
Lineage: Last Stand Disc (LSD-37/38/39) Boot 3CD > EAC > FLAC

Jimmy Page: Guitar
Robert Plant: Lead Vocal
John Paul Jones: Bass, Keyboard
John Bonham: Drums

01: Rock And Roll
02: Celebration Day
03: Black Dog
04: Over The Hills And Far Away
05: Misty Mountain Hop
06: Since I've Been Loving You
07: No Quarter
08: The Song Remains The Same
09: The Rain Song

01: Dazed And Confused
02: Stairway To Heaven

01: Moby Dick *
02: Heartbreaker *
03: Whole Lotta Love *
04: The Ocean **

*   July 13, 1973 Cobo Hall, Detroit, Wl, US. Ex Soundboard
** July 27, 1973 Madison Square Garden, NYC, NY, US. Ex Soundboard

Pearl Jam - 2014-06-20 - Milan, IT (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza 

Source Info 
Neumann KM140's > Naiant TinyBox > Sony PCM M10 > HarBal 2.3/AdobeAudition (EQ;Levels) 

01 Release 
02 Nothingman 
03 Sirens 
04 Black
05 Go 
06 Do The Evolution 
07 Corduroy 
08 *Ed Banter* 
09 Lightning Bolt 
10 Mind Your Manners 
11 Pilate 
12 Untitled 
13 MFC 
14 Given To Fly 
15 Who You Are 
16 Sad 
17 Even Flow 
18 Swallowed Whole 
19 *Ed Banter* 
20 Setting Forth 
21 Not For You 
22 Why Go 
23 Rearviewmirror 
24 Encore Break / Ed Banter 
25 Yellow Moon 
26 Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town 
27 Thin Air 
28 *Ed Banter* 
29 Just Breathe 
30 Daughter 
31 Jeremy 
32 *Happy Birthday April Cameron* 
33 Better Man 
34 Spin The Black Circle 
35 Lukin 
36 Porch 
37 Encore Break / Ed Banter 
38 Alive 
39 Rockin' In The Free World 
40 Yellow Ledbetter 

Ten Years After - 1991-12-06 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC)

(audience FLAC)

Elysée Montmartre,

SOURCE: EX+ stereo master audience tape

LINEAGE : Aiwa CM30 ->

-> Sony WMD6 stereo cassette recorder Dolby C on
-> master Maxell XL IIs type II cassettes
-> Nakamichi Dragon (with auto-azimuth) Dolby off, Eq µ120 for playback
-> Zoom H2 -> Goldwave v.5.08 for tracks splitting, edits, maximizing
-> TLH 2.4.1 (build 160)-> FLAC level 8 align on sector boundaries


01.Rock & Roll Music to the World
02.Good Morning Little School Girl
03.Slow Blues in C
05.Love Like a Man
06.Hear me calling jam ( incl.On the Road Again / Baby please don't go... )
07.Woke up this morning

01.Johnny B. Goode
02.Victim of circumstance
03.Silly Thing (incl. Voodoo Chile, Smoke on the water, Sunshine of your love snippets) ->
04.I Can't Keep from Crying Sometimes (incl. Peter Gunn Theme)
05.I'm Going Home
06.Choo Choo Mama
07.Sweet Little Sixteen

lunedì 29 aprile 2019

Albert King - 1974-02-02 - St. Charles, IL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Albert King
The Purple Carriage
St.Charles, IL


01. I Believe
02. Don't Burn Down The Bridge
03. I Wanna Get Funky
04. Crosscut Saw
05. Stormy Monday
06. Station ID
07. I'll Play The Blues For You
08. Breaking Up Somebody's Home
09. Blues Power
10. Born Under A Bad Sign

FM source bootleg with some fine moments from the King and nice audio quality. Worthy a listen by any blues fan, required for any Albert King fan.

The Who - 1975-12-11 - Toronto, ON (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

11 December 1975 
Maple Leaf Gardens 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

AUD > ? > silver CDs (AIFF) > WAV (exact rip with XLD)> FLAC (level 6, XLD) 
from: Heartbreakers, HB-808-1/2, "The Who Toronto 1975" 

Sound quality: A-/B+ 
Included: FLAC fingerprints, output log, new artwork, & original artwork for provenance 

Roger Daltrey - vocals and harmonica 
Pete Townshend - guitars and vocals 
John Entwistle - bass guitar and vocals 
Keith Moon - drums 

Disc 1 (44:53) 
1. I Can't Explain 2:54
2. Substitute 3:31
3. My Wife 6:12
4. Baba O'Riley 5:54
5. Squeeze Box 4:06
6. Behind Blue Eyes 3:53
7. Dreaming From The Waist 5:50
8. Boris The Spider 3:58
9. Magic Bus 8:31

Disc 2 (58:38)
1. Amazing Journey 6:31
2. Sparks 3:39
3. The Acid Queen 2:56
4. Fiddle About 1:58
5. Pinball Wizard 2:51
6. I'm Free 2:17
7. Tommy's Holiday Camp 0:47
8. We're Not Gonna Take It 3:28
9. See Me, Feel Me 5:58
10. Summertime Blues 3:23
11. My Generation Medley 15:26
- Join Together
- Spoonful
- Roadrunner
- My Generation Blues
12. Won't Get Fooled Again 9:19

"After two years of relative inactivity by The Who's normal standards, the group bounced back in the second half of 1975, firing on all cylinders," wrote Joe McMichael and "Irish" Jack Lyons in The Who Concert File, "Many fans still consider that The Who's rebirth in 1975/76 represented some of their finest moments." (p. 223)

Anyone who saw and heard the band during this period can attest to the energy, fire, and volume of their performances. This fine recording captures the band blasting through the standard set of this tour with aplomb and finesse. The band is in excellent form and is nothing but fierce throughout the show - the effects that Pete achieves during 'Sparks' alone are almost frightening. After the smoke clears one nearby fan can be heard exclaiming "Pete city, Pete city!"

The recording itself is somewhat legendary. Many consider it one of the best audience recordings from the 1970s. Some have it that the original taper feigned inability to walk and entered the venue with a reel-to-reel recorder, powered by a car battery, secreted in his wheechair! However it was done, the recording is well balanced with all the players and instruments present. Sound quality rating given is due to the drums being somewhat back in the mix compared to the other instruments. There are periodic intrusions by nearby enthusiastic audience members, most notably during Pete's break in BOR.

Thank you to the original taper!

Inspection of the X Lossless Decoder (XLD) output log shows that a minor scratch on the playing surface of disc two caused XLD to report medium to minor problems on the last three tracks. However, these appear to be limited to atom and edge errors and do not affect playback on this rip.

The Who - 1974-06-13 - New York City, NY (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Madison Square Garden

Unknown Generation Audience Recording > CDR(?) > EAC v0.95b4 (Secure Mode) > WAV > FLAC Frontend 1.1.3b > FLAC (Level 5)

Disc 1
01 - I Can't Explain
02 - Summertime Blues
03 - Young Man Blues
04 - Baba O'Riley
05 - Behind Blue Eyes
06 - Substitute
07 - 5:15
08 - Tattoo
09 - Boris The Spider
10 - Bell Boy
11 - Dr Jimmy
12 - Won't Get Fooled Again (Incomplete)

Disc 2
01 - Pinball Wizard
02 - See Me Feel Me (Incomplete)
03 - Drowned
04 - My Generation
05 - Gloria
06 - You Really Got Me / Big Boss Man
07 - The Punk and The Godfather (Abandoned)

This is the third date of four at Madison Square Garden in New York during June 1974. Probably the best sounding of the 4, the only fault is a slight fluctuation in vocal levels towards the end. A messy end of show jam results in Roger storming off stage during Punk, not because of mic failure (as audio evidence proves) but maybe due to the overall feeling on stage and in
the band at the time...

Won't Get Fooled Again contains a cut just prior to Roger's scream. See Me Feel Me contains two cuts, both towards the end.

The Who - 1981-01-31 - St. Austell, UK (AUD/FLAC)

(Exc aud FLAC)

Pete Townshend Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones Drums
John Bundrick Piano, Keyboards

? gen C > playback on TASCAM130 > TASCAM CD-RW700 standalone CD burner > CD > EAC (secure mode) > wav > Adobe Audition 3 > CDwave >  flacFrontend (level 6, verified, with align on sector boundaries) > flac

Disc 1:
01. Substitute
02. Can't Explain
03. Baba o'Riley
04. The Quiet One
05. Don't Let Go The Coat
06. Sister Disco
07. Music Must Change
08. You Better You Bet
09. Drowned
10. Another Tricky Day

Disc 2:
11. Behind Blue Eyes
12. Pinball Wizard >
13. My Generation >
14. Won't Get Fooled Again
15. 5:15
16. Long Live Rock
17. Who Are You

18. Let's See Action >
19. Bargain >
20. The Real Me >
21. Naked Eye >
22. Stay Naked / You Stand Naked >
23. Twist And Shout

approx. 138 mins
seamless transfer, disc change is only a suggestion

this is a good to very good audience recording of this great great show; the encore is absolutely amazing, with the band, specially Pete, improvising as hell. It includes a only one time heard song fragment 'Stay Naked' or in other sources 'You Stand Naked' this is a must have for every who maniac

The Who - 2008-11-13 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Concert & Torrent Info
(1) Artist: Who The
(2) Band Members: Roger Daltrey (vocal), Pete Townshend (guitar, vocal),
Pino Palladino (bass), Zak Starkey (drums), John "Rabbit" Bundrick (keyboards),
Simon Townshend (guitar, vocal)
(3) Date: Nov 13th 2008
(4) Venue: Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka Japan
(5) Title & Catalog #: Whofs Who At Last (T&J ?Jcpd-007/008)
(6) Tapers: Tom & Jerry, Mickey Jaggar
(7) Sound Editor(Re-Mastering): Naniwa Hot Brothers the
(8) Art Work Designer: Mickey Jaggar

Recording Info
(1) Lineage:
Source A: M1280s (Card)> Fostex FR-LE2 Oade HD Mod (24bit/96KHz, Rec Level 4, Gain 12foclock position)
Source B: AT943 bodies with AT853 Card caps>Church Audio CA9100 (10 ofclock position)>Korg MR-1(24bit/96KHz, -14.5 gain position)
Fostex FR-LE2 or Korg MR-1 > Audio Gate > Sound Forge Files > Re-mastering (24bit/96KHz) > Dithering (16bit/44KHz) > Wav > Flac
(2) Sound Forge Re-mastering Process; Track split,>EQ>Normalize
(3) Sound Quality:
Apart from the digital noise here and there, this is truly the best sound-quality recording wefve ever uploaded.

Roger Daltrey: Harmonica, Vocals, Guitar
Pete Townshend : Vocals, Guitar
John Bundrick: Piano, Keyboards
Pino Palladino: Bass
Zak Starkey: Drums
Simon Townshend : Backing Vocal, Guitar

01 - I Can't Explain
02 - The Seeker
03 - Relay
04 - Fragments
05 - Who Are You
06 - Behind Blue Eyes
07 - Real Good Looking Boy
08 - Sister Disco
09 - Baba O'Riley
10 - Eminence Front
11 - 05.15
12 - Love Reign O'er Me
13 - Won't Get Fooled Again
14 - My Generation
15 - Pinball Wizard
16 - Amazing Journey
17 - Sparks
18 - See Me Feel Me
19 - Tea Theatre

Tapers Notes
We recorded the entire show from about 20-something row seats in the sub-center block. No much crowd interference. The hanging PA Mix sounded great throughout the night with a solid blend of vocals and instruments, and the fat rich low end and strong clear mid-high sound was well-captured in details on this recording. Considering the size of the venue and the acoustic, it is remarkably that there is no booming or distortion on this recording. Should we give credit to Doug or Audix? I donft know but we could not be happier with the sound quality. One drawback is some digital noise recorded for an unknown reason. This might be annoying but only during the quite parts like in-between the tracks. So enjoy it.

Performance & Show Review
Originally we were asked to join together with a bunch of Japanese Wholigans and to see all of five Japan shows. But we turned down the offer partly because one of us became too much family man to commit to such an Amazing Journey and largely because we did not have great expectations for the Who any more.

Many of fifty or sixty something rock legends are still alive and kicking keeping on hitting the road every year. Some of them are great but some of them arecc.struggling to keep their heads above the water in the cut-throat music business. What about the Who? After Johnfs gone, the remaining two men could still deliver the goods? We strongly suspected that a season drummer like Zak Starkey and a versatile bassist like Pino Palladino would carry the most part of the songs with Roger and Pete fired up in spots. Who is (the) Who at Last?

Back in 2004 the Who played for the first time in Japan. We went to see their show at Osaka Dome, which was a rock festival featuring Aerosmith, Paul Weller, Michelle Branch on the same bill. Rumor had it that the Who could not hold the show alone and that they needed a few more warm-up artists who were pretty popular in Japan. The Who performed a spectacular show. Neverthless the dome was far cry from packed. As a matter of fact, the first tier of the stadium was only more or less 30% filledc.. Where the hell was the Who fans? Year 2008 Pete and Roger scaled down the venue. But this is still an arena show that they need a 15 thousands crowd anyway. Whofs (there for) who at last?
We decided to go see the first show primary because we want the opening concert for their first solo tour to be recorded. The day Pete & Roger would give up performing in public is not in the near future but not far awaycc.we thought.

The first thing we noticed upon the entering venue was that the stage was truly stripped down to the platform for amp and drums without stupid ticket-inflating ornaments. A wide-range screen held high and back in air must be the only extravaganza for this stage construction. The arena hall was respectably filled with the young and the old. Another thing we did not realize at first (but later we did when we saw the long line of people waiting for the manfs bathroom) was that the audience was a male dominated.

When the lights were out, Pete and Roger and their supporting members went up on the stage without any announcement nor a dramatic intro-music nor fire-works nor flashing lights nor flicking images on the screen. They just walked into the stage from the dark and picked up the instrument to fine-tune them. While Japanese Wholigan went nuts, Peter took a few steps forward to the center of the stage to give a cue to Roger and Zak Then he hit the strings to kick off a two hour show with gCanf Explainh. From that moment on, Pete was a maestro throughout the night. Zak and Pino did not drag Pete around. In fact what we witnessed is the other way around; Pete kicked everyonefs ass in the band deciding when to hit hard or soft and when to rush or slow down. He also got his own mixer for his guitar upon the stage and constantly adjusted the sounds and the volume. It was not easy to imagine that a sixty something rocker Roger belts out songs about adolescence anger and frustration before the show started but in fact it is not strange at all to hear him sing gMy Generationh.

The music pumping out of the speakers was loud and strong and wickedly young. Itfs BEAT MUSIC we used to call it and we thought we kind of grew out of it a long time ago. But we realized we have grown up with it and canft forget it. While Roger belted out songs about the juvenile and Pete swung his right arm against the guitar strings in his signature windmill style, Zak brought a dynamic sense of grand flash and stabilities balanced with a massive groove and an absolutely swinging fill conception, and Pino combined a fretless tone with an octave effect producing the bass lines peppered with chords, lead lines and counter melodiescc..just like John did. The sound is awesome, fresh, new, and totally different from the one during gMoon the loonh time when Keith pillaged and pounded the drum skins. Seemingly they do not let the glory days memories linger on. They just boldly moved forward. I guess Pete and Roger do not have to ask for a permanent residence in Vegas at least for a while.

The Who - 1980-07-10 - Memphis, TN (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

The Who
July 10, 1980
Memphis, Tennessee
Mid-South Coliseum

Pete Townshend: Vocals, Guitar
Roger Daltrey: Harmonica, Vocals
John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass
Kenney Jones: Drums
John Bundrick: Piano, Keyboards

Taper: ARH (aka OleManRivers) [Sony ECM-990 mic > Sony TC-D5]
Transfer: Munichhilton [MASTER CASSETTE Sony FeCr90's > JVCTDR441 (azimuth adjusted) > PCM-M10 > WAV > ]
Mastering: JimmyShelter [WAV > iZotope RX4 Advanced > WaveLab 8.5 > WAV > TLH > FLAC]

Disc 1
01 Substitute
02 I Can't Explain
03 Baba O'Riley
04 My Wife
05 Goodbye Sister Disco
06 Behind Blue Eyes
07 Music Must Change
08 Drowned
09 Who Are You
10 5:15

Disc 2
01 Pinball Wizard
02 See Me Feel Me
03 Long Live Rock (cut)
04 My Generation
05 Naked Eye
06 I Can See For Miles
07 Won't Get Fooled Again
08 Young Man Blues
09 The Real Me
10 Dance It Away

[suggested disc split but the files are contiguous and can be split anywhere]

Munichhilton's notes:
Huge thanks to the original taper that night in Memphis ARH [aka OleManRivers] who was very excited to share this long uncirculated recording of the Who with other Who fans. All transferring done with precision and care...then handed over to the talented JimmyShelter for another great mastering job. All artwork included by JimmyShelter and some by Claude...

JimmyShelter's notes:
Mr. Hilton, you are so kind. But as I always say, 'you can't polish a turd', and a good recording and transfer makes the job a whole lot easier.
This came to me as 4 files (4 tape sides), the first one had a few tone & level changes, mostly during Baba O'Riley and My Wife. I have levelled these out as best I could without destroying the integrity of the recording. The rest was pretty even. I used iZotope to check/correct azimuth & phase then WaveLab to adjust levels, very slight EQing, a couple of notch-filters to remove a bit of resonance, and remove a couple of clicks & bumps but not much needed to be done in that respect. TLH was used to fix SBE's, encode to FLAC(6) and create checksum files. I aslo made some artwork and include some made from after8's generic artwork for those who want to use them.

As far as we can tell no recording of this show has been circulated, which often raises the question of authenticity. So I include below a report from which I think will confirm to any doubters that this is what it says it is (listen to Roger before My Wife).

Van Morrison - 1974-02-02 - San Francisco, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


VIDEO: Mpeg-2, NTSC, 4x3, 720x480, 29.97fps, 4041 Kb/s
AUDIO: AC3 (Dolby Digital), 48000 Hz, 256 kb/s

Top & Track Selection Menus

Mastered & Authored by JTT

Dahaud Shaar: drums
James Trumbo: keyboards
Ralph Wash: guitar
David Hayes: bass
Dorothy Morrison: backing vocals
Bill Combs: backing vocals

01. Ballerina
02. Streets of Arklow
03. Just Like A Woman
04. Try For Sleep
05. Into The Mystic  
06. I Just Want To Make Love To You
07. Moondance
08. These Dreams Of You
09. Listen To The Lion
10. Wonderful Remark
11. Warm Love
12. Help Me
13. Here Comes The Night
14. Gloria
15. Caravan
16. Cyprus Avenue

Arthur Lee & Love - 2004-03-21 - Manchester, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Arthur Lee & Love
Manchester Academy
Manchester, UK
March 21, 2004

Soundboard -> DAT -> Audition -> Flac

Aiff -> Flac -> DIME

01 Live And Let Live
02 Your Mind And We Belong Together
03 Alone Again Or
04 Andmoreagain
05 Seven & Seven Is
06 Old Man
07 The Daily Planet
08 The Red Telephone
09 Orange Skies
10 My Flash On You
11 Signed DC
12 A House Is Not A Motel
13 Bummer In The Summer
14 You Set The Scene

15 Rainbow In The Storm
16 Singing Cowboy >
17 Band Introductions >
18 Can't Explain
19 Between Clark And Hilldale

This is a terrific soundboard recording of Arthur Lee with Love on the Manchester Academy. This was originally brought to DIME as an intent to circulate what was claimed to be an uncirculated recording, but it didn't worked very well, so i'm sharing this particular version. The original lineage "Soundboard -> DAT -> Audition -> Flac" is the original source, however mine was requested and brought by another private trader, who i don't know if he would like to be referred here, but you know who you are! Thanks for this recording TFM, and of course, thanks for helping the folks here on DIME. My source was in format AIFF, which is a lossless format for Apple Users. To learn more about this format, you can follow the link here: [url][/url] I just used a tool and converted the AIFF to flac, fixed SBE's and renamed the files, as these were tagged just as "Audiotrack" The recording is split into two separated folders in case you are thinking in burn on disc. Each folder will include their proper md5 and ffp files. Circulate this recording, feel free to post elsewhere! Of course, again, all thanks goes to TFM for trust in me with this great recording. Really appreciated.

domenica 28 aprile 2019

Greta Van Fleet - 2019-04-07 - Sao Paulo, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Greta Van Fleet - Lollapalooza Brazil 2019

chapters: yes
Quality: HDTV => DVD5
Format: DVD video
Video codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3; MP2
Video: NTSC 16: 9 (720x480p) VBR, Auto Letterboxed, ~ 8703 (9000) Kbps, 29.970 fps
Audio: English (MPEG1, 2 ch) 192 Kbps
Audio2: English (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) 384 Kbps

Joshua "Josh" Kizka, born April 23, 1996 - lead vocals
Jacob "Jake" Kizka, born April 23, 1996 - lead guitar
Samuel "Sam" Kizka, born April 3, 1999 - bass guitar, keyboards
Daniel "Danny" Wagner, born December 29, 1998 - drums

01 - The Cold Win
02 - Safari Song
03 - Black Smoke Rising
04 - Flower Power
05 - Watch Me (Labi Siffre cover)
06 - Black Flag Exposition
07 - Watching Over
08 - Edge of Darkness
09 - Highway Tune

Duration: 01:02:38

Description: Greta Van Fleet is an American rock band. In 2017, she received the Loudwire Music Awards in the Best New Artist category. The debut single, "Highway Tune", led the radio rock charts of Billboard: Mainstream Rock and Active Rock magazine in September 2017. At the Grammy Ceremony 2019, they received an award in the Best rock album category From the Fires.
Members of the group

Add. Information: Source HDTV (Thanks meloman67).
Made at the request of Zhyvana, thanks to her for help and advice.
The menu is static, own production.
The result obtained was tested for operability on the Media Player Classic Home Cinema software, recorded onto a disc with the help of ImgBurn and checked again on a domestic player.

Metallica - 1999-06-25 - St. Gallen, CH (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Open Air
St. Gallen, Switzerland
Source: SBD
Transfer: Trade CDR -> EAC(secure) -> WAV -> FLAC(lv8)

Disc 01:
01. Ecstacy Of Gold
02. Breadfan
03. Master of Puppets
04. Of Wolf & Man
05. The Thing That Should Not Be
06. Fuel
07. The Memory Remains
08. Bleeding Me
09. Bass/Guitar Doodle
10. Jam -> Sanitarium Tease -> Harvester Tease
11. The Four Horsemen
12. For Whom the Bell Tolls

Disc 02:
01. King Nothing
02. Wherever I May Roam
03. One
04. Fight Fire With Fire
05. Nothing Else Matters
06. Sad But True
07. Creeping Death
08. Die Die My Darling
09. Enter Sandman
10. Battery

Awesome soundboard of a great show!! I got this in a mail trade sometime in 2005. Highly recommended!

Vanilla Fudge - 1968-09-09 - Portland, OR (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Memorial Coliseum

Chris Stein - organ 
Vince Martell - guitar 
Tim Bogert - bass 
Carmine Appice - drums 

Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown?? 
Lineage: "AUD" 2007 Download flac files> Burned to audio disc (Nero) Trade CDR> 2012 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries) 
Quality: vg 
Length: 3 tracks = 40:00 minutes 
Artwork: none. 
Samples: none. 

01 - People Get Ready (8:24) 
02 - You Keep Me Hangin' On (6:27) 
03 - Jam (25:10)