lunedì 31 ottobre 2022

James Brown - 1971-04-24 - Rome, IT (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Data Size: 647.08 MB
Bit Rate: 5.70 Mbps

Video Tracks:
224 MPEG-2, 720 × 576, 16:9, 25 fps, 7.00 Mbps, lower field first

Audio Tracks:
160 PCM stereo, 48 kHz, 1.54 Mbps

01 - Give It Up or Turn It Loose
02 - Sex Machine
03 - It's A Man's Man's Man's World
04 - Soul Power
05 - Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved
06 - Sunny (outro)

Duration: 0:15:52

James Brown in Rome on April 24, 1971. This features Bootsy and Phelps Collins. Originally aired on Italian music program "Teatro 10." This has circulated before but this new version has a few extra minutes compared to previous copies. It seems to be a recent rebroadcast and has excellent b/w picture quality as well as being 16:9. It's only 16minutes but it's fire.

Megadeth - 1986-01-29 - Denver, CO (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Rainbow Music Hall

Lineage: CDR (unknown gen) > dMC Audio Input > WAV > FLAC

01. Rattlehead #
02. Wake Up Dead
03. Chosen One
04. Bad Omen
05. Devils Island
06. These Boots
07. Killing Is My Business...And Business Is Good!
08. Peace Sells
09. My Last Words
10. Looking Down The Cross
11. Good Mourning - Black Friday
12. Loved To Death
13. Mechanix

Time: (57.38)

Nice soundboard recording. The mix is a little rough at first but it gets better through the show.

Wishing you a Halloween night full of fun and joy


Janis Joplin - 1969-08-17 - Bethel NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Janis Joplin 1969-08-17 Max Yasgur´s Farm Woodstock Fairgrounds Bethel NY (16-bit) (FLAC) (RESEED)

Lineage:sbd >? > my silver > EAC ~ Flac (thetradersden > YOU)
Title: "Janis Joplin At Woodstock"
File Size: 316MB (313MB flac and 3MB artwork)
Length: 57:31min (length info on artwork is wrong)
Artwork added

Janis Joplin: Vocals
& The Kozmic Blues Band
Sam Andrew: Guitar
Brad Campbell: Bass
Richard Kermode: Organ
Luis Gasca: Trumpet
Maury Baker: Drums
"Snooky" Flowers: Saxophone
Tony Clemens: Tenor Saxophone

Max Yasgur´s Farm, Woodstock Fairgrounds, Bethel, NY, 17th August 1969
(scheduled for day two, Janis sung after 00:00am)
1) Raise Your Hands
2) As Good As You´ve Been To This World
3) To Love Somebody
4) Summertime
5) Try (Just A Little Bit Harder)
6) Cozmic Blues
7) Can Turn You Loose
8) Work Me Lord
9) Piece Of My Heart
10) Ball And Chain

Length: 57:31min

Gary Moore - 1983-03-16 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

BBC 1 In Concert

Recorded date:1983-03-16

Broadcast date:probably 1983-04-09 unless its a rebroadcast

FM-> Cassette ->Wav capture,track markers and cdr burn with Magix Audio Cleaner ->accuraterip to Flac level 8

Gary Moore(guitar/vocals)
Neil Murray(bass)
Don Airey(keyboards)
Ian Paice(drums)

01 - Nuclear Attack
02 - Wishing Well
03 - Rockin' Every Night
04 - Guitar Intro - Cold Hearted
05 - I Can't Wait Until Tomorrow
06 - Falling In Love With You
07 - Hurricane(with Ian Paice Drum Solo)

Running time: 45:44

Dave Gahan - 2003-06-26 - Roskilde, DK (FM/FLAC)

(Complete FM broadcast FLAC)

Paper Monsters Tour

FM Broadcast (Swedish Radio P3) -> Denon TU 1500RD -> NAD C350 -> Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 2 -> Adobe Audition (unknown version) -> .WAV -> FLAC level 8

Dave Gahan - lead vocals
Knox Chandler - guitars, backing vocals
Victor Indrizzo - drums
Vincent Jones - keyboards
Martyn LeNoble - bass

01. [5:16] Hidden Houses
02. [4:33] Hold On
03. [4:16] Dirty Sticky Floors
04. [4:12] A Question Of Time
05. [4:57] Walking In My Shoes
06. [5:15] Personal Jesus
07. [6:18] Goodbye
08. [5:53] I Feel You
09. [5:34] Never Let Me Down Again
10. [2:48] Policy Of Truth
11. [3:17] Enjoy The Silence
12. [2:53] Just Can't Get Enough
13. [0:46] Enjoy The Silence (audience)

Total time: 55:58

This recording sounds great. It's not even dynamically compressed to hell like some of the Depeche Mode radio broadcasts. It's not the complete show, but it is a complete broadcast. There are a couple small nonintrusive radio station watermarks between tracks 4 and 5, and 9 and 10.

U2 - 1983-07-03 - Werchter, BE (FM/FLAC)

(Dutch Radio 2 Broadcast FLAC)

Festival Grounds

Digital Cable Receiver -> Connected with scart to Soundcard -> wav (recorded with Audacity) ->cd-wave (to split the big wav file) -> flac

00. Intro by Radio DJ
01. Out Of Control
02. Twilight
03. An Cat Dubh
04. Into The Heart
05. Two Hearts Beat As One
06. New Year's Day
07. Sunday Bloody Sunday
08. Gloria
09. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
10. I Will Follow
11. Outtro by Radio DJ

This is a rebroadcast of the U2 performance at the Werchter Festival in 1983... unfortunately two songs were left out of this rebroadcast.. I also included the intro and outtro but you can just delete them or skip them if you don't want to hear it....

Faith No More - 1995-08-14 - Melbourne, AU (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

FM Broadcast > (?) > CDR > Trade > EAC > .wav > Soundforge 9.0 (remaster) > .wav > Trader's Little Helper > .flac (level 8)

Mike Patton: vocals
Roddy Bottum: keyboards
Mike Bordin: drums
Billy Gould: bass
Dean Menta: guitar

01. Be Aggressive
02. Midlife Crisis
03. What A Day
04. Evidence
05. Surprise! You're Dead!
06. We Care A Lot
07. Easy
08. Introduce Yourself
09. Get Out
10. King For A Day
11. Epic
12. Caralho Voador
13. Digging The Grave
14. Just A Man

Total time: 57:23

Remaster Notes:
- Gain (Right Channel +1.8)
- EQ (levels balanced)
- Little Hiss Removal (Righ Channel)
- Peak Limit, No attenuation
- No Noise Reduction applied

complete broadcast, not full show. The Gentle Art Of Making Enemies, Take This Bottle, Caffeine, I Started A Joke and As The Worm Turns not aired. The original version didn't make justice for a FM Broadcast. So I decided to make this remaster. The result is very good for me. A sound more clear and bright. I hope you enjoy it.

Talking Heads - 1978-12-12 - Houston, TX (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Opry House

taper : mystical crow
transfer : markp

01.Stage Intro
02.The Big Country
03.Warning Sign
04.The Book I Read
05.Stay Hungry
06.Artists Only
07.The Girls Want To Be With The Girls
09.New Feeling
10.Psycho Killer
11.Encore break

12.Take Me To The River
13.No Compassion

Peter Hammill - 1978-02-04 - West Hollywood, CA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Peter Hammill
The Troubador
West Hollywood, CA
Feb. 4th 1978
Early Show*
& Late Show**

The Troubador Broadcast
Source: FM
Deck: Pioneer CT-F1000

Sound Quality: (A) EX- sound but with some flaws

Transfer: PB Pioneer CT-F1000>ASUS Xonar DG Sound Card>Audacity 2.0 @96k/24bit>Export 44.1k/16bit Flac8>You

KWST (FM) Radio Broadcast
82 minutes

This is something I have been looking for since I first discovered torrents. I recorded this off the air in 1978, then lost the tapes in storage for years. Thinking "I would just download a more complete copy from somewhere".
All six shows are now circulating (3 nights, 2 shows a night)
Thanks to T,
Only the early show from Feb. 4th is from a radio broadcast.
But different from this one.(First live broadcast I would guess).
This recording is from a later rebroadcast that used both the early & late shows, of Feb. 4th. And used the late show for the first two songs.

I have compared this recording note for note (matrix) with the audience recordings to be sure and to set speed/pitch.

This new version adds:
Complete version of "Afterwards"
and almost 2 songs from the late show now from FM
This does not replace or upgrade any previous releases. It stands alone.

This is the way it was rebroadcast,

01. Introduction / greeting**
02. The Lie (Bernini's Saint Theresa)**
03. In The End**
04. Time Heals*
05. (This Side Of) The Looking Glass*
06. Station ID
07. Been Alone So Long*
08. Out OF My Book*
09. Last Frame*
10. Afterwards*
11. Mirror Images*
12. The Mousetrap (Caught In)*
13. House With No Door*
14. Station ID (a few lines from Shakespeare King Henry V, Act III, Scene 1)*
15. Still Life*
16. A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers / The Sleepwalkers*
17. Radio Credits

*From same set as Peter Hammill 1978-02-04 early The Troubadour LA CA (T-624)*
But sourced right from FM. Complete version of "Afterwards".

**From same set as Peter Hammill 1978-02-04 late The Troubadour LA CA (T-805)**
But from (FM) source not (AUD)

added missing parts patched:
First one minute of auidence (T-805)
End of "In the End" (T-805)
Start of "Time Heals" (T-805)
"Sleepwalkers" (T-624)

Cheap Trick - 1982-07-03 - East Troy, WI (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Kmet FM Broadcast Of Westwood One In Concert Analog 1St Gen
Broadcast 9-1982 Krw_Co Transfer

Lineage Kmet Fm Broadcast Of Westwood One In Concert Analog First Generation
To Cdr Krw Transfer To Eac To Tlh Flac Level 8

Robin Zander lead vocals rhythm guitar
Rick Nielsen lead guitar backing vocals
Bun E. Carlos drums
Jon Brant 12 string bass bass backing vocals
Magic Cristian keyboards

01 Intro / Hello There
02 California man
03 Big Eyes
04 Day Tripper
05 Time Is Runnin'
06 Saturday at Midnight
07 I Want You to Want Me
08 Love's Got a Hold on Me
09 Baby Loves to Rock
10 If You Want My Love
11 I Want You
12 Stop This Game
13 She's Tight
14 Gonna Raise Hell
15 Dream Police
16 Surrender
17 Aint That A Shame
18 Clock Strikes Ten

Rainbow - 1981-05-07 - Boston, MA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(Pre FM Broadcast FLAC)

Orpheum Theatre Boston (Flac)

Ritchie Blackmore
Don Airey
Roger Glover
Joe Lyn Turner
Bobby Rondinelli

01. Over The Rainbow 01.38
02. Spotlight Kid 04.50
03. Loves No Friend 08.50
04. I Surrender 06.20
05. Man On The Silver Mountain 04.25
06. Catch The Rainbow 14.28
07. Can't Happen Here 04.39
08. Don Airey's Keyboard Solo 04.18
09. Lost In Holywood 05.15
10. Difficult To Cure 05.20
11. Drum Solo 08.45
12. Long Live Rock N Roll 07.58
13. Lazy-Women from Tokyo-Smoke On The Water 06.35

Total Running Time 83.21

David Bowie - The Lost Beeb Tapes (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Various BBC Sessions
Label: The Godfatherecords G.R. 375
Audio Source: radio broadcast

Silver --> EAC --> WAV --> FLAC 8

01 - Love You Till Tuesday
02 - In The Heat Of The Morning
03 - Silly Boy Blue
04 - When I Live My Dream
05 - Little Bombardier
06 - When I'm Five
07 - Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed
08 - Waiting For The Man
09 - The Width Of A Circle
10 - Queen Bitch
11 - The Supermen
12 - Song For Bob Dylan
13 - Andy Warhol
14 - Oh! You Pretty Things
15 - Kooks
16 - Fill Your Heart
17 - Amsterdam
18 - Andy Warhol
19 - White Light, White Heat
20 - Lady Stardust
21 - Right On MOther
22 - Moonage Daydream

Total running time: 79m 22s

Tracks 01-05 - Top Gear (18-12-67)
Track 06 - Top Gear (13-05-68)
Track 07 - Dave Lee Travis Show (20-10-69)
Track 08 - Sound Of The 70's: Andy Ferris (25-03-70)
Tracks 09- 13 - In Concert : John Peel (03-06-71)
Tracks 14 - 18 - Sound Of The 70's: Bob Harris (21-09-71)
Track 19 - Sound Of The 70's: Bob Harris (23-05-72)
Tracks 20-22 - Arnold Corns, Radio Luxemburg Studios (10-03-71)

From the earliest recordings made in 1967 to the sixteenth session in 2002 Bowie has contributed some fascinating live sets to the BBC archives.

The early recordings of Bowie at the BBC particularly hold great interest and document an artist still trying to find his way in the world with apparent giant leaps in style although if you really study them it’s more of a rapid evolution.

Most of the unofficial recordings have variable sound quality and generally attribute the wrong dates to the various sets Bowie performed up to the early 70s. Pick and mix bootlegs confuse matters still further as do the often repetitive set lists. The official Bowie at the BBC release is by far the best available but is far from complete so this is where this new release from Godfather steps in as in contains many of the important tracks missing from the original release and all in excellent quality.

Okay, the four volumes of ‘The Rise and Rise of Ziggy Stardust’ are more complete still, but have poor quality on some sessions. So if you have the official release then the ‘Lost Beeb Tapes’ makes a sensible purchase filling in most of the gaps in great quality.

The first session documents all the tracks from the Top Gear session of 1967. This vaudevillian period is often derided by Bowie fans but in truth the songs reproduced here live are worthy of re-evaluation and Bowie’s juvenilia is much more refined and developed than many would have us believe. These are clever songs for those with open minds and beautifully played.

‘When I’m Five’ is a sentimental monologue from the 1968 Top Gear Session and is the only full studio recording of the song (A rough demo also exists). The Dave Lee Travis Show of 1969 brings us a great version of ‘unwashed and somewhat slightly dazed’ delivered quite ferociously that in some way could be attributed to the then recent death of Bowie’s father.

The 1970 show offers us ‘Waiting for the man’ and ‘The Width of a Circle’ backed by Bowie’s then band ‘The Hype’. Both songs are guitar heavy workouts almost progressive in delivery.

The John Peel show of 1971 is quite an oddity and unique in sound and structure with various guest vocalists and friends helping Bowie fulfil his Warhol-come-Svengali aspirations. The pick of the sessions is the 1971 Bob Harris show featuring just Mick Ronson and Bowie in a stripped down acoustic set of ‘Hunky Dory’ songs. All the songs are played quite superbly and it’s surprising the whole set didn’t feature on the official release. The 1972 Bob Harris session completes the disc with a full on Ziggy version of the Velvet’s ‘White Light/ White Heat’. So it’s a 10/10 for Godfather so far.

Bonus tracks feature three tracks wrongly attributed to ‘Arnold Corns’ with the exception of ‘Moonage Daydream’. Unfortunately more complete and better quality versions of these three bonus tracks are available elsewhere.

Bruce Springsteen - Bound For Glory (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Bound For Glory, Leftfield Media, LFMCD516
WBCN-FM, Boston, MA, USA, January 09 1973 & The Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA, USA, April 24 1973

Original Silver Disc --> EAC (Secure) --> Waw --> Flac Level 8 & Align

01 - Satin Doll
02 - Bishop Danced
03 - Wild Billy's Circus Story
04 - Song For Orphans
05 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
06 - New York Song
07 - Wild Billy's Circus Story
08 - Spirit In The Night
09 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
10 - Santa Ana
11 - Tokyo
12 - Thundercrack

ZZ Top - 1982-05-28 - Dortmund, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

ZZ Top 
"Rock Pop In Concert" 
Dortmund, Germany 

Pro-shot DVD, PAL format 

Video properties (per GSpot, per the first .VOB file): 
Format: PAL, 4:3 
Menu: Yes 
Chapters: Yes (at each track) 
Resolution: 720 x 576 
Frames/sec: 25.00 
Other: mpeg2 video, 4705 kbps 

Audio properties: 
Codec: AC 
Other: 48000Hz stereo, 256 kbps 

01. Announcer intro 
02. Groovy Little Hippie Pad 
03. I Thank You 
04. Waitin' For The Bus 
05. Jesus Just Left Chicago 
06. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide 
07. Ten Foot Pole 
08. I Love The Woman (Freddie King cover) 
09. Dust My Broom 
10. La Grange 
11. Tush 

Running time: Approx. 40 minutes 

DVD authored with TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 

Tin Machine - 1989-06-26 - Paris, FR (pre-FM/FLAC)

(Westwood One FLAC)

high, live and dirty
"La Cigale"

Silver disc > EAC > Flac

01 - Amazing
02 - Heaven's In Here
03 - Sacrice yourself
04 - Working Class Hero
05 - Baby Can Dance
06 - Maggie's Farm
07 - I Can't Read
08 - Under The God

This CD is recorded off an Westwood One radio disc, so the sound quality is excellent. A nice release. The second release of this material is far more attractive.

domenica 30 ottobre 2022

Phil Collins - 1983-02-20 - Washington, DC (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

Warner Theatre

Last night of the "Hello, I Must Be Going" World Tour

Hosted by Perry Stone
For broadcast: Week of June 27, 1983
3 LP set, 5 sided, 6th side is blank

Phil Collins - Vocals / Drums / Piano
Mo Foster - Bass / Piano
Peter Robinson - Keyboards
Daryl Stuermer - Guitar / Bass / Banjo
Chester Thompson - Drums

The Phoenix Horns:
Rhamlee Michael Davis - Trumpet
Michael Harris - Trumpet
Don Myrick - Sax
Louis Satterfield - Trombone

01. CL 783 Intro - Perry Stone
02. I Don't Care Anymore
03. I Cannot Believe It's True
04. This Must Be Love
05. Thru These Walls
06. You Know What I Mean
07. The Roof is Leaking
08. The West Side
09. Band Intros
10. Like China->
11. You Can't Hurry Love->
12. It Don't Matter to Me
13. In the Air Tonight
14. Hand In Hand
15. And So To F
16. CL 783 Outro - Perry Stone

Total time 1:20:24

There is another Phil Collins Captured Live! show, numbered CL 1684, which may be a rebroadcast of these tracks. That show was broadcast on May 14, 1984 and is supposedly sourced from the Warner Theater, too... This was most likely an original Westwood One production which was licensed to other broadcasting companies. Hence a lot of different versions of this concert are known to exist.
This was digitized from a very clean copy of the original LPs. I (that is: draftervoi) spent about two weeks of intense listening to it, removing all the clicks and pops that I could find in Audacity. Included are 300 dpi scans of the cue sheets and one of the disc labels. Since this is over 80 minutes, it won't fit on a single CD - unless you overburn, or fade out the outro.

Tangerine Dream - 1976-05-23 - Berlin, DE (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Tangerine Dream 
Signale aus der 
Schwabischen Strasse 

SFB TV Report 
May 23, 1976 
Approx. 45 minutes 
Pro-Shot NTSC 

Source: TV Master Reels (No watermark or logos) > VHS > DVD 

Filmed: 1976 
Director: Wolfgang Kresse 
Starring: Edgar Froese, Chris Franke, Peter Baumann 

Comments: German TV film, also shown on Spanish TV in 1976, this is a film all about TD which includes informal interviews and concert/studio footage, most of which seems to have been done exclusively for the film. The interviews are in the German language. The street name in the title refers to where Edgar Froese used to live in Berlin (apparently Klaus Schulze lived on the same street at the time) and is now the site of the TDI offices. 

I received this in a trade a few years ago. It also contained bonus material of the Pagart Przedstawa Warszawa Concert from December 10, 1983. This material has been removed per Dime's policy as the audio from this concert has been released on the "Poland" live release. 

This DVD shows TD in their prime with plenty of close ups of their massive synth setups. Even though the interviews are in German, it's worth having for the unreleased music they play for this special. 

The video quality is very good although there is some pixelation during the darker moments which doesn't detract from the overall viewing experience. 

There is a basic menu but no chapters. Artwork is included.

Jimmy Page and Aerosmith - 1990-08-18 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Jimmy Page with Aerosmith
Marquee Club & Castle Donnington, 1dvd by Archive Master Series (#AMS 012)

original dvd > HD > You

August 18, 1990
Donington Park, Castle Donington, England, UK

Backstage (Page, Perry & Tyler)
The Train Kept A Rollin'

August 20, 1990
Marquee Club, London, England, UK
01 - Rattlesnake Shake
02 - Big Ten Inch
03 - The Train Kept A Rollin'
04 - I Ain't Got You
05 - Mother Popcorn
06 - Let Me Love You
07 - All Your Love
08 - Immigrant Song (3 takes)
09 - Think About It (2 takes)
10 - Red House

August 20, 1990
Marquee Club, London, England, UK
01 - I Ain't Got You
02 - Think About It
03 - Red House
04 - Immigrant Song
05 - The Train Kept A Rollin'

sabato 29 ottobre 2022

Dio - 2006-12-31 - Kavarna, BG (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Bulgarian TV

DVD video
MPEG2, 704x576, AR 4:3, 7 875 Kbps, 25 fps
AC-3, 224 Kbps, 48.0 KHz, 2 ch.

Ronnie James Dio: Vocals
Craig Goldy: Guitars
Rudy Sarzo: Bass
Scott Warren: Keyboards
Simon Wright: Drums

01. Holy Diver
02. Gypsy
03. Drum solo
04. Sunset Superman
05. The Temple of the King (part)
06. Kill the King
07. Rainbow in the Dark
08. Instrumental
09. Guitar solo
10. Keyboard solo
11. Instrumental
12. I
13. Man on the Silver Mountain
14. Catch the Rainbow (part)
15. Long Live Rock 'N' Roll
16. Heaven & Hell


venerdì 28 ottobre 2022

Blondie - 1978-05-27 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Paradise Ballroom

"FM Stereo Broadcast CD ["Man Overboard"]
CD > wav > flac"

01. X Offender
02. Detroit 442
03. A Shark In Jet's Clothing
04. In The Sun
05. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear
06. Denise
07. Fan Mail
08. Look Good In Blue
09. Man Overboard
10. Cautious Lip
11. I'm on E
12. I Didn't Have The Nerve To Say No
13. In the Flesh
14. Kidnapper
15. Rip Her To Shreds
16. Youth Nabbed As Sniper
17. I'm Gonna Love You Too
18. Jet Boy
19. Kung Fu Girls

Free - 1970-12-12 - Stockholm, SWE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Broadcast January 2, 1971

"Midnight Hour", Radiohuset, Stockholm, Sweden
(EX FM - from Liberated Bootleg "Radio Free" (Remastered Edition))

Paul Rodgers - lead vocals
Paul Kossoff - guitar
Simon Kirke - drums
Andy Fraser - bass, piano

Taper: Swedish radio
Taping Gear: unknown
Source: The Eternal Records "Radio Free" boot CD (Remastered Edition)
Lineage: "Radio Free" boot silver CD> Sony CPD-XA20ES CD playback> TASCAM CDRW-700> Trade CD-R> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: ex SBD
Length: 48:53 minutes
Artwork: included (JAJ's scans from 2000).

01. The Stealer
02. Fire And Water
03. Ride On A Pony
04. Heavy Load
05. Woman
06. Love You So
07. All Right Now
08. Be My Friend
09. Mr. Big

This great sounding radio show comes from a well packaged boot entitled "Radio Free". It also contained four BBC tracks as outtakes, but I have chosen not to include them, as at least one is officially released, and the other three may be studio outtakes instead of BBC stuff. You obviously can't trust anything you read on a boot as gospel. These guys even went to the extent of having the disc look like the pink Island label, with the customary bootleg "Not for sale - radio broadcast only" on the disc.

John Martyn - 1983-04-12 - Amsterdam, NL (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)


probably master TDK SA cassette > Aiwa AD-F810 (can't afford a Nak CR-7 sorry) > Soundblaster Live!

Jeff Allen (drums),
Alan Thomson (bass)

01 - Dealer / Outside In
02 - One Day Without You
03 - May You Never
04 - Root Love
05 - Hiss On the Tape
06 - One World
07 - Solid Air
08 - Johnny Too Bad
09 - Smiling Stranger
10 - Big Muff (fades w DJ outro)

Simple Minds - 2011-06-11 - Brandon, UK (FM/FLAC)

(BBC broadcast FLAC)

Thetford Forest

Broadcast BBC Radio 2 In Concert 16th June 2011 FM > DR07 WAV > audio cleaning lab, volume, fades, edit > TLH flac 8

01. Moscow Underground
02. Waterfront
03. Up on the Catwalk
04. This Earth That You Walk Upon
05. Someone Somewhere in Summertime
06. Promised You a Miracle
07. Glittering Prize
08. Don't You (Forget About Me)
09. New Gold Dream (81, 82, 83, 84)
10. Broken Glass Park
11. Alive and Kicking 

Ry Cooder and David Lindley - 1990-07-09 - Montreux, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Ry Cooder and David Lindley
Montreux Jazz Fest
Montreux Switzerland
July 9 1990

2nd gen cassette to dat to upload

01. Bon Temps Rouler
02. Crazy 'Bout An Automobile
03. Jesus On The Mainline
04. Paris, Texas > Vigilante Man
05. Across The Borderline
06. Instrumental
07. It's All Over Now
08. Coot From Tennessee
09. Mercury Blues
10. The Long Riders
11. Instrumental
12. Jessie James
13. Wooly Booly
14. Oh Death
15. Goodnight Irene

Yes - 1979-04-13 - Louisville, KY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Radio station master! (I think) 

**Low-circulation recording** 
** A TooleMan Remaster ** 

Lineage: radio station master reel (probably) -> audio CD's -> EAC -> TheTooleMan's tricks of the trade -> FLAC 

Don't let the ragged beginning of this recording fool you. Although it is missing the first two songs of the concert, the quality improves dramatically after several minutes, and starting with the long medley it sounds really great. 

This seems to be a professional recording, with open mics mounted on stands -- that's my best guess. Sounds like a lot of the monitor mix was picked up by the mics, as it was very heavy on the midrange frequencies. I took care of that in the master. 

I wonder if this recording was made by the radio station that promoted the concert, WLRS. If so, maybe there's a better copy in their archives, or one that can be transferred more cleanly to the digital domain. 

July, 2011 


Date: Friday, April 13, 1979 
City: Louisville, Kentucky, United States Of America 
Venue: Freedom Hall Coliseum 
Capacity: 19,800 

Jon Anderson (Vocals) 
Steve Howe (Guitars) 
Chris Squire (Bass) 
Rick Wakeman (Keyboards) 
Alan White (Drums) 

01 - Future Times/Rejoice (joined in progress) 
02 - Circus Of Heaven 
03 - Time And A Word/Long Distance Runaround/Survival/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)/Perpetual Change/Soon 
04 - Don't Kill The Whale 
05 - Clap 
06 - Starship Trooper 
07 - On The Silent Wings Of Freedom 
08 - Wakeman Solo 
09 - Awaken 
10 - Tour Song 
11 - I've Seen All Good People 
12 - WLRS Award Ceremony 
13 - Roundabout 

The following paragraph, written by John Mock for Forgotten Yesterdays, explains the award ceremony track: 

"Here's some trivia for you...the Tormato tour stop in Louisville on 4/13, 1979 was advertised as a 'big surprise' by the local heavyweight rock station, WLRS-102 FM as Yes was the 102nd concert promoted by WLRS... they attempted to get Pink Floyd as a surprise band to make a double bill....that fell through and their last stop they tried to pull out was free beer for the sold out Freedom Hall crowd, but the promoter would not go with that due to liability and under-age drinking the 102nd concert for WLRS turned out to be anti-climactic, just a normal Yes show that was POWERFUL....I need another fix of On the Silent Wings Of Freedom!"

Emerson Lake Palmer - 1971-1972 - Live 3LP Box Set (FLAC)


Boot Lp - Project Record Deck - Yamaha Reciever - Phono Leads Into PC Soundcard - Nero Wave Editor - Wav - Tracks split - Traders Little Helper - Flac6 - SBE Checked - You.

Emerson Lake And Palmer - Live 3LP Box Set Live 1971 - 1972 ( From LP ) ( DavrosLP003 )

Side 1
01. Pictures At An Exhibition. ( Promanade omitted by the bootleggers ).

Side 2
02. Pictures At An Exhibiton ( Ctd ).

Side 3
03. Take A Pebble ( Last section omitted by the bootleggers ).

Side 4
04. Knife Edge.
05. Rondo.
06. Nutrocker.

Side 5
07. The Endless Enigma. ( Cover Says Trilogy )
08. Hoedown. ( Cover Says The Endless Enigma )

Side 6
09. Tarkus.

Notes by the uploader
This is a 3LP Box set i have had since the late 70s there is some debate as to where it was recorded. I have been told / looked up the following Side 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 Some say recorded at the Drury Lane Theatre, London June 20. 1971/06/20 Or
Stadthalle, Karlsruhe 1971/06/01

The 4 Side's are exactly the same concert as the boot double LP "Sukrat" and the double LP "The Palms" which are said to be from the London concert . But many ELP collectors say they are from the Karlrushe concert.

Side 5 - 6 clearly they are from a 1972 concert that is unknown but ive been told could possiblly be from
1972-06-07 Hamburg

Queen - 1977-12-11 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

The Summit

sbd > unknown recording and transfer equipment (possibly: > 2CD set > unknown transfering equipment >) > Flac > my traded Flac files set on HD (> YOU)

Freddie Mercury: Vocals, Keyboards
Brain May: Guitar, Vocals
John Deacon: Bass
Roger Taylor: Drums, Vocals

01 - We Will Rock You(intro)
02 - We Will Rock You(fast)
03 - Brighton Rock
04 - Somebody To Love
05 - Death On Two Legs
06 - Killer Queen
07 - Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy
08 - I'm In Love With My Car
09 - Get Down Make Love
10 - The Millionaire Waltz
11 - You're My Best Friend
12 - Liar
13 - Love Of My Life
14 - '39
15 - My Melancholy Blues
16 - White Man
17 - Prophet's Song ~ Brian May's Guitar
18 - Now I'm Here
19 - Stone Cold Crazy
20 - Bohemian Rhapsody
21 - Keep Yourself Alive
22 - Tie Your Mother Down
23 - We Will Rock You
24 - We Are The Champions
25 - Sheer Heart Attack
26 - Jailhouse Rock
27 - God Save The Queen

Length: 110:42min

Neil Young - 1999-03-20 - Oakland, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Paramount Theater

CDR Trade > EAC > HP HDD > TLH

Neil Young
Bootleg: Down by the River
Paramount Theater, Oakland, CA
March 20, 1999, 

01 On the Way Home
02 Looking Forward
03 Goin' Back
04 Out of Control
05 Cortez the Killer
06 Don't Let It Bring You Down
07 Mother Earth
08 Homegrown
09 Silver and Gold
10 Daddy Went Walkin'
11 Distant Camera
12 Ambulance Blues
13 Southern Pacific
14 Old Man

15 Horseshoe Man
16 Kansas
17 Harvest Moon
18 Slowpoke
19 Long May You Run
20 Good to See You
21 From Hank to Hendrix
22 Down by the River
23 Sugar Mountain *
24 Albuquerque *
25 World on a String *
26 Love Is a Rose **
27 See the Sky About to Rain *
28 After the Gold Rush *
29 Heart Of Gold **

* Filler: Seattle, March 5, 1999
** Filler: Seattle, March 6, 1999

"Down by the River" bootleg, Aurora Borealis label

David Bowie - 2000-06-25 - Pilton, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

That's the complete Glanstombury Festival concert broadcast by BBC Radio 6 on january 17th.

01 Wild is the Wind
02 China Girl
03 Changes
04 Stay
05 Life on Mars?
06 Absolute Beginners
07 Ashes to Ashes
08 Rebel Rebel
09 Little Wonder
10 Golden Years

11 Fame
12 All the Young Dudes
13 The Man Who Sold The World
14 Station to Station
15 Starman
16 Hallo Spaceboy
17 Under Pressure
18 Ziggy Stardust
19 "Heroes"
20 Let's Dance
21 I'm Afraid of Americans

Humble Pie and Peter Frampton - 1975-03-15 - Philadelphia, PA (pre-FM/FLAC)

(pre-FM FLAC)

CDDA broadcast disc > WAV Exact Audio Copy & Audacity > FLAC Trader's Little Helper > WAV > Adobe Audition 6.0 Build 732 (64-bit) > FLAC

Humble Pie (Tracks 1-5) & Peter Frampton (Tracks 6-9)
TITLE: Pre-FM Broadcast Disc Remastered + Declicked
DATE: 1975-03-15
VENUE: The Spectrum
LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA

01. KBFH DJ Intro
02. I Want You To Love Me
03. Stone Cold Fever
04. Come On Everybody
05. I Don't Need No Doctor
06. Somethin's Happening
07. It's A Plain Shame
08. (I'll Give You) Money
09. Do You Feel Like We Do
10. KBFH Outro/Beer Ad
11. KBFH Peter Frampton Promo
12. KBFH Humble Pie Promo

TOTAL RUNTIME: 53mins 54secs

Neil Young - 1989-12-11 - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Plays Acoustic In Paris

Reference :NYCD 111289
Quality :Exc FM

silver cd > FLAC

01 - My My Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
02 - Rockin' In The Free World
03 - The Old Laughing Lady
04 - Dont Let It Bring You Down
05 - This Note's For You
06 - The Needle & The Damage Done
07 - No More
08 - After The Goldrush
09 - Ohio
10 - Rockin' In The Free World
11 - Powerfinger
12 - Stringman
13 - Dog House
14 - Tonights The Night
15 - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

Total duration: 77:42

Track 1-11: Elysée Montmartre, Paris, France on Dec. 11, 1989. Radio broadcast of RTL-FM on January 20, 1990.
Track 12: Elysée Montmartre, Paris, France on Dec. 11, 1989. Not part of the radio broadcast.
Track 13-14: Palace Arena, Auburn Hills, Detroit. Sept. 4, 1988 with Joe Walsh on guitar.
Track 15: LB Amphitheatre Salem, OR. Sept. 18, 1992.