martedì 31 gennaio 2023

U2 - 1989-12-12 - Paris, FR (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Nom : Live from Paris 12.12.1989
Tour : Lovetown Tour
Leg : Leg 2 - Europe
Date : 12.12.1989
Pays : France
Ville : Paris
Lieu : Palais Omnisports De Paris Bercy
Type : Vidéo
Support : DVD+/-R
Matériel : Hi8mm > VHS > DVD
Performance : Live
Source : VHS
Génération : 1ère génération
Intégralité : Complet
Camera : Amateur
Nb Cam. : 1
Format : PAL
Résolution : 720x576
Son : MPEG2
Ratio : 4/3
Chapitrage : Oui (5 min)
Menu : Non

Disque 1 (1:40:00)

01. Where The Streets Have No Name
02. I Will Follow
03. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
04. M L K
05. One Tree Hill
06. Gloria
07. God Part I I
08. Desire
09. All Along The Watchtower
10. All I Want Is You
11. Van Diemen's Land
12. Bullet The Blue Sky
13. Running To Stand Still
14. People Get Ready
15. Angel Of Harlem
16. When Love Comes To Town
17. Love Rescue Me
18. With Or Without You
19. Pride (in The Name Of Love)
20. 40

The Who - 2000-07-07 - Camden, NJ (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot) 

"My Idea Of Ecstasy"

Master > SVHS > DVCAM > SA Recorded DVD > PC Authored DVD

Video: NTSC 704x480 29.97fps 4300kbps aVBR
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Generic
Audio: Dolby Digital AC3 48khz 256kbps

01 - I Can't Explain
02 - Substitute
03 - Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
04 - I Don't Even Know Myself
05 - My Wife
06 - Baba O'Riley
07 - Relay
08 - Bargain
09 - I'm One
10 - Pinball Wizard
11 - The Real Me
12 - Who Are You
13 - Magic Bus

01 - Behind Blue Eyes
02 - You Better You Bet
03 - 5:15
04 - Won't Get Fooled Again
05 - Intro's and Encore
06 - The Kids Are Alright
07 - Let's See Action
08 - My Generation

Lou Reed - 1984-2003 - UK TV Appearances (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Lineage (track 04):
TV > Virgin+ box > Panasonic DMR-E100H DVD Recorder > DVD > DVDDecrypter > PC

format: pal | bitrate: 4.22 Mbps | aspect: 4:3 | codec: mpeg2 | resolution: 704x576 | frames/sec: 25.00

codec: lpcm | sampling: 48 khz | 256 kbps | mono & stereo | dolby digital

Hopefully you will like this TV compilation of Lou Reed/Velvet Underground UK TV programmes that I taped over the years.
All (apart from track 04) were recorded by me onto VHS tape. Track 04 was from my Virgin+ box to my DVD recorder.

Lineage (except track 04): TV > Either B&O VHS Recorder or Mitsubishi HS-561V VHS Recorder > My VHS tapes > Panasonic NV-FJ610 VHS Player > Panasonic DMR-E100H DVD Recorder > DVD > DVDDecrypter > PC

Whistle Test (originally broadcast 18th December 1984 on BBC TWO TV) - 8:28
01 I Love You, Suzanne
02 Interview
03 Doin' The Things That We Want To

Whistle Test (part of the same session as above but not broadcast until the late 1990s on BBC TV - my version was broadcast in 2007 on BBC FOUR TV) - 3:27
04 I'm Waiting For The Man

The White Room (originally broadcast 22nd April 1995 on Channel 4 TV - billed as Dave Stewart featuring Lou Reed) - 14:21
05 Dirty Boulevard
06 Jealousy (a Dave Stewart song with Lou contributing some vocals and guitar)
07 Walk On The Wild Side

The White Room (originally broadcast 10th February 1996 on Channel 4 TV) - 9:47
08 Hookywooky
09 Satellite Of Love

The White Room (part of the same session as above but not broadcast until 2nd March 1996 on Channel 4 TV) - 4:29
10 Sex With Your Parents

Later...With Jools Holland (originally broadcast 20th May 2000 on BBC TWO TV) - 6:48
XX Sweet Jane (officially released on Later...Giants DVD in UK and Later...Legends DVD in US)
XX Modern Dance (sorry, didn't tape this song!)
11 Rock Minuet

Later...With Jools Holland (originally broadcast 16th May 2003 on BBC TWO TV) - 13:33
12 Interview
13 Who Am I? (Tripitena's Song)
14 Perfect Day (with Antony Hegarty sharing some of the vocals)

The Velvet Underground - The South Bank Show (originally broadcast 27th April 1986 on ITV TV) - 52:53
15 Documentary with great clips (for instance two 1 minute clips in colour of Heroin & I'm Waiting For The Man from Le Bataclan 29th Jan 1972) and interviews

The Velvet Underground - A Film By Rosalind Stevenson (originally broadcast December 1993 at the end of a 7.5 hour Velvet Underground evening on Channel 4 TV
called Peel Slowly And See, introduced by Debbie Harry) - 5:21
16 Sunday Morning
(a b/w film of Lou Reed, John Cale & Sterling Morrison rehearsing with the sound of the official version dubbed over and stretched to 5:21
- according to an interview between Rosalind Stevenson and the journalist Richie Unterberger this was in Rosalind's apartment in 1966
and was probably when they were actually running through the song Sunday Morning)

Total: 1 hour 59 minutes

The Rolling Stones - 2016-03-14 - Mexico City, MX (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

The Rolling Stones 
Foro Sol 
Mexico City, Mexico 

Bootleg Liberated by RogerRiffin 
Chapters, Menus and Audio Sync by midimannz 
This is a Single Camera Recording 

Thanks to midimanz (ELL) & RogerRiffin 

Unknow Taper/Equipment 

DVD 1 
01 - Show Intro 
02 - Start Me Up 
03 - It's Only Rock N' Roll 
04 - Tumbling Dice 
05 - Out Of Control 
06 - Street Fighting Man 
07 - Wild Horses 
08 - Paint It Black 
09 - Honky Tonk Woman 
10 - Band Intro 
11 - You Got The Silver 
12 - Before Ther Make Me Run 

DVD 2 
01 - Midnight Rambler 
02 - Miss You 
03 - Gimme Shelter 
04 - Jumping Jack Flash 
05 - Sympathy For The Devil 
06 - Brown Sugar 
07 - Crowd Encore 
08 - You Can't Always Get What You Want 
09 - Satisfaction 
10 - Fireworks/Final Bows

lunedì 30 gennaio 2023

Bruce Springsteen - 1974-01-29 - Nashville, TN (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

YOU MEAN SO MUCH TO ME (Great Dane Records - GDR CD 8901) (1989) (2cd)
1974-01-29 - Nashville, TN - Muther's Music Emporium - sbd (82m)Disc 1:

Disc 1:
1) Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street? (4:04)
2) Walking The Dog (9:12)
3) Incident On 57th Street (7:44)
4) Kitty's Back (9:52)
5) Thundercrack (11:50)
6) You Mean So Much To Me (9:50) *
7) Growin' Up (3:01)
8) Blinded By The Light (10:58)

Disc 2:
1) Let The Four Winds Blow (6:42) *
2) Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (8:53) **

* [Cuts in].
** Including the "Shotgun" section and a brief "High Heeled Sneakers" quote.
- Band intro: Danny Federici, Garry Tallent, Vini Lopez, Clarence Clemons, Dave Sancious.

U2 - 1992-06-11 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC) "The Warmth of the Breeze"

(Suondboard FLAC)

"The Warmth of the Breeze"


Proshot VHS>cdr>?>FLAC

Disc 1:

01. Zoo Station
02. The Fly
03. Even Better Than The Real Thing
04. Mysterious Ways
05. One
06. Unchained Melody
07. Until The End Of The World
08. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
09. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World
10. Angel Of Harlem
11. Dancing Queen
12. Satellite Of Love

Disc 2:
01. Bad
02. Bullet The Blue Sky
03. Running To Stand Still
04. Where The Streets Have No Name
05. Pride ( In The Name Of Love )
06. I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
07. Stand By Me
08. Desire
09. Ultraviolet ( Light My Way )
10. With Or Without You
11. Love Is Blindness

domenica 29 gennaio 2023

U2 - 1992-06-11 - Stockholm, SWE (AUD/FLAC) by Crystal Cat Records

(Audience FLAC)

Tour: Zoo TV Tour
Leg: Leg 2 - Europe
Date: 1992-06-11
Country: Sweden
Town: Stockholm
Venu: Globe Arena
Type: Audio
Support: silver cd
Label: Crystal Cat Records
Cat.#: CC 305-6
Source: Audience

Disc 1 (57:03)
02.Zoo Station
03.The Fly
04.Even Better Than The Real Thing
05.Mysterious Ways
07.Unchained Melody
08.Until The End Of The World
09.Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
10.Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World
11.Angel Of Harlem
12.Dancing Queen (with Bjorn And Benny From Abba)

Disc 2 (01:07:14)
01.Satellite Of Love
03.All I Want Is You
04.Bullet The Blue Sky
05.Running To Stand Still
06.Where The Streets Have No Name
07.Pride (in The Name Of Love)
08.I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
09.Stand By Me
11.Ultraviolet (light My Way)
12.With Or Without You
13.Love Is Blindness
14.When Love Comes To Town
15.She's A Mystery To Me

Disc 1& 2(1-13): June 11, 1992 - Stockholm, Sweden - Globe Arena
Disc 2(14): May 29, 1992 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle
Disc 2(15): June 10, 1992 - Stockholm, Sweden - Globe Arena

Notes by the uploader/trader:
A little bit of history: I pushed my parents to buy me this bootleg in the summer of '93, when I was 15. I've never found a better sounding Audience recording since then. This bootleg should be part of any proper U2 bootleg collection.

sabato 28 gennaio 2023

Elvis Costello - 1977-12-09 - Boston, MA (FM/FLAC) Early show

(FM broadcast FLAC)

December 9, 1977
Boston, Ma.
Paradise Theatre
Early show

WBCN FM Broadcast Matrix FM> Sony R2R @ 7.5 ips no Dolby MR> Akai 6X4000-D> HHB CDR830> CD Wave EAC> Audacity(slight signal amp.)> TLH(L.6, verify, create checksum)> flac

01. Pump It Up
02. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
03. Waiting for the End of the World
04. No Action
05. Less Than Zero
06. The Beat
07. Roadette Song
08. Big Tears
09. Radio, Radio
10. You Belong to Me
11. Lipstick Vogue
12. Watching the Detectives

Pink Floyd - 1990-06-30 - Knebworth, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Pink Floyd
"The Floyds of London"
Knebworth Festival
Hertfordshire, England
June 30, 1990

That is sourced from a silver disc while this is from an "off the air" tape

Live as it happened KLSX-FM broadcast on a very windy and rainy evening That wind can be heard as a low rustling sound in the broadcast

Live satellite broadcast > KLSX-FM > Phillips AH 6371 tuner > Mitsubishi HS U57 VHS Hi-Fi @ SP > Sony DTS-690 @ 16-48

Transfer and Mastering:
Otari DTR-8s > Korg MR2000-s (16-48) > Adobe Audition 3.0 > AudioGate (16-44) > CD Wav > TLH (Level 8) > Stamp ID3 tag editor

01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-IV) (10:56)
02. The Great Gig In The Sky (5:54)
03. Wish You Were Here (4:49)
04. Sorrow (9:28)
05. Money (12:10)
06. Comfortably Numb (8:53)
07. Run Like Hell (6:55)


While doing some research I found quite a few versions of this performance. Some are similarly from amateur home recordings and some are from silver discs. This is from my master "Off the Air" tape recording and has never been shared before.

Nothing fancy done to the audio. Performed balance and volume adjustments as required. Converted to 16-44 for CD burning archivists.

Loved the sound of this Phillips tuner. Punchy and excellent stereo separation so no eq needed. Frequency analysis reveals the standard FM broadcast roll off including the stereo pilot tone at 15.725KHz.

Pink Floyd - 1990-06-30 - Knebworth, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Video Codec - MPEG-2
Video System - NTSC
Audio Codec - AC3
Frames Per Second 29,970
Length - 52 min 40 sec
Video Bitrate - 7997 kbps

01 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02 - The Great Gig In The Sky
03 - Wish You Were Here
04 - Sorrow
05 - Money
06 - Comfortably Numb
07 - Run Like Hell

Bonus disc

MTV Broadcast hosted by Martha Quinn

This super-deluxe ultimate collector's limited edition is 2 DVDs. The first DVD contains the 5-song broadcast, taken straight from the original Beta tape. The second is a series of "extras" that have been conjured out of the Void. The Floyd's appearance on the Knebworth stage followed a short film that summarized the Floyd's history. I'm sure that most (if not all) of you folks will have seen at least a portion of this film. It contains such things as the "It Would Be So Nice" promo video and the film of Barrett having a picnic and climbing a tree. Typically, it circulates in dreadful quality. Thanks to a nice chap in the UK, I have what I believe to be a first or second gen copy of this film. And ... oh, there's loads of other silly stuff as well. Suffice to say that you will get to hear the missing two songs if you look in the right places and listen closely. Plus, there's loads of art, swirling lights, and plenty of fun to be had. I must thank Simon for his technical support, Mr. Hutchison for his unending patience and artistic support, and Mr. X for tolerating me digging through his boxes of tapes and for answering all of my silly questions.

Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1990-06-30 - Philadelphia, PA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA. June 30th, 1990

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Guitar & Vocals
Tommy Shannon - Bass
Chris Layton - Drums
Reese Wynans - Keyboards

Disc One
01 Collins Shuffle
02 The House Is Rockin'
03 Tightrope
04 The Things (That) I Used To Do
05 Let Me Love You Baby
06 Leave My Girl Alone
07 Pride And Joy
08 You'll Be Mine
09 Wall Of Denial
10 Riviera Paradise

Disc Two
01 Superstition
02 Cold Shot
03 Couldn't Stand The Weather
04 Collins Shuffle (Reprise)
05 Crossfire
06 Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)
07 Third Stone From The Sun

Notes by the uploader
Completely and utterly outstanding performance. One of my ALL TIME FAVORITES!
There is a rumor that there is a pro shot video of this show out there. Also, I talked to the cameraman who videotaped Stevie's entire performance on July 10, 1990 at the Copps Colisuem Hamilton, ON. If you're out there, could you please share it? It would be great see these two pro shot videos.

Eric Clapton - 1990-06-30 - Knebworth, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard flac)

Ex++ Stereo Soundboard Recording

Tarantura Bootleg CD > WAV > FLAC

Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Fhile Palmer: Guitar
Greg Phillinganes: Keyboards
Alan Clark: Keyboards
Nathan East: Bass
Steve Ferrone: Drums
Roy Cooper: Percussion
Tessa Niles: Backing Vocals
Katie Kissoon: Backing Vocals
Elton John: Keyboards, Vocals
Mark Knopfler: Guitar, Vocals
Guy Fletcher: Keyboards
John Illsey: Bass

01 - Pretending
02 - Before You Accuse Me
03 - Old Love
04 - Tearing Us Apart
05 - Solid Rock
06 - I Think I Love You Too Much
07 - Money For Nothing
08 - Sacrifice
09 - Sad Songs
10 - Saturday Night Alright

01 - Sunshine Of Your Love
02 - Bob Harris Interviews 1
03 - Bob Harris Interviews 2
04 - Ending

Jackson Browne - 1982-07-18 - Montreux, CH (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Jackson Browne
Montreux Jazz Festival, Montreux, Switzerland

Hold Out In Montreux Remastered FM

Lineage: CD-R received in trade>EAC secure mode to WAV>TLH to flac level6 SBsaligned>HD

Jackson Browne - vocals, piano, guitar
Rick Vito - guitar, vocals
Doug Haywood - guitar, vocals
Danny Kortchmar - guitar
Craig Doerge - keyboards
Russ Kunkel - drums
Bob Glaub - bass

Disk One
1) Somebody's Baby
2) That Girl Could Sing
3) Fountain Of Sorrow
4) For Everyman
5) Knock On Any Door
6) Your Bright Baby Blues
7) Tender Is The night
8) For A Dancer
9) The Crow On The Cradle
10) Doctor My Eyes

Disk Two
1) Running On Empty
2) Sleep's Dark And Silent Gate
3) The Pretender
4) Hold On Hold Out
5) The Load Out/Stay
6) Late For The Sky
7) The Road And The Sky
8) Boulevard - Audience
9) Before The Deluge - Vinyl Source

I received this in trade and I'm sorry I don't have any more info, but the sound is excellent. The info I have is from the artwork. According to the artwork, "this is the complete Montreaux show, Remastered 2002. Tracks are taken from the bootleg, "Lost In The Shuffle." If there's any drop off in sound on the last two tracks, it's minimal. I don't know what was remastered. The spectral frequency analysis does not look lossy.

Red Hot Chili Peppers - 1999-06-02 - Hamburg, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Red Hot Chili Peppers
June 2, 1999
Kulturfabrik Kampnagel
Hamburg, Germany

FM > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC

01. Religion
02. Give It Away
03. Scar Tissue
04. If You Have To Ask
05. Soul To Squeeze
06. Green Heaven
07. Police Helicopter
08. Under The Bridge
09. The Power Of Equality
10. Sir Psycho Sexy
11. Search And Destroy / Jam

Length: 50:26

It's been 20 years since the RHCP released their hit album Californication. Before the tour they have played a few promo shows in the US and Europe. The promo show in Hamburg has been aired on TV and on the radio. This is a EAC rip of my CDR copy that I got in a trade and it looks like a FM source (or a rip of the tv broadcast - I can't really make it out by looking at the spectrals). This version is kinda faulty, there are some dropouts on some songs, if I recall correctly. Apparently there is also a liberated bootleg of this show, called "Religion", but there is literally no info on it on the internet.

Status Quo - 2013-06-06 - Norje, SWE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Status Quo
Sweden Rock Festival
Norje, Sweden
June 6, 2013

"FM broadcast Deutschlandfunk (Germany), 05.09.2014

Harman Kardon AVR 11 (cable analog) -> Realtek HD Audio -> AIMP-2 Recorder -> stream [flac, level 8] -> edit, split and tag with Audacity 1.3 -> tracks [flac level 8], sound quality is 10/10"

01. Caroline
02. Paper Plane
03. Hold You Back
04. Rain
05. Rock 'n' Roll 'n' You
06. Beginning of the End
07. The Oriental
08. Creepin' up on You
09. Down down
10. Whatever You Want
11. Rockin' All Over the World

Free - 1969-04-xx - Paris, FR (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Au Golf Drouot, Paris, France 
April 1969 

radio broadcast ? 

master cassette > ? > CDR > xACT > FLAC > WAV > CDR > EAC > FLAC (L8) 

Paul Rodgers - Vocals, Piano 
Paul Kossoff - Guitar 
Andy Fraser - Bass 
Simon Kirke - Drums 

Disc 1: 
01. Born Under A Bad Sign 
02. Mean Old World 
03. Sugar For Mr. Morrison 
04. Free Me 
05. Let Me Love You 
06. Over The Green Hills 
07. Hoochie Coochie Man 
08. I'm A Mover (intro) 
09. I'm A Mover 

Disc 2: 
01. Rock Me Baby 
02. The Worm 
03. The Night Time 
04. Moonshine 
05. Walk In My Shadow 
06. Songs Of Yesterday 
07. Crossroads 
08. Waiting On You 
09. Slow Blues Number// 

Total time 1:25:34 

jonsatticuk's notes: 
I don't know the exact lineage of this recording but I assume it is the best available as I got this disc from David Clayton a few years ago. David, if you don't know, is the authority when it comes to all things Free and wrote the sessionography for the box set and also the definitive book on Free 'Heavy Load'.

Joe Cocker - 1981-05-02 - Denver, CO (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Joe Cocker
Rainbow Music Hall
Denver, Colorado, USA

KDHT Live Concert Series

Recorded KDFT Denver FM Radio Show
on a Yamaha Stereo VCR.
(1 CDA / 1 Flac) Date: Late 1980's

Yamaha Stereo VCR -> RME -> DIGI Interface -> Samplitude 6.0 -> Flac

MD5's and SBE checked and verified.
By Patrick H. 06/22/2007

** A Lossless Legs GEMS Production **

Set List [64:16]

01 radio program introduction (0:43)
02 Feelin' Alright (4:38)
03 I Can't Say No (3:00)
04 Put out the Light (3:54)
05 I Don't Need Anyone (4:11)
06 A Whiter Shade of Pale (6:00)
07 Sweet Little Women (4:49)
08 I Get a Feeling (4:39)
09 What's the Matter With Me (3:31)
10 You Are So Beautiful (4:02)
11 Take You on My Journey (4:33)
12 With a Little Help from My Friends (7:21)
13 My Baby Wrote Me a Letter (4:15)
14 ? (3:47)
15 I Heard It through the Grapevine (4:45)

This was a 6 concert series broadcast over KDHT in late 1980's. This was recorded on a Yamaha stereo VCF tape and transfered to the PC on 6/07.

Some classic JC tunes with others that I am not familiar with. I guessed on some of the songs. Sound quality is very good with excellent FM reception and a good recording by the Yamaha with a strong performance by JC.

Joe Cocker - 2012-11-18 - Cologne, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Joe Cocker - 2012.11.18 Cologne,Germany Kleines Funkhaus im WDR

FM broadcast by german radio station WDR 2

A very special concert in front of 200 people who have won the tickets in WDR2 radio shows, Joe Cocker played there to promote his new album " Fire It Up"
Unfortunatly we have some ghostdriver this night in the cologne aera, so I have to remove the traffic news at songs 5,8 & 9.
This was the complete broadcast from last night.

FM master tape(WDR 2)>CDR(Philips CDR570)>wave(EAC)>Nero Wave Editor(fade in/out & remove traffic news)>CD wave Editor(track split)flac(8) TLH

align on sector boundaries
Joe Cocker, Vocal
Gene Black Guitar

Oneida Rebeccu , Bass
Norberto Fimple Sax
Jack Bruno, Drums
Nick Milo Keyboards
Jeff Mevine, Organ
Nichelle Tillman, Vocals
Carol Brits, Vocals 

01.I come in peace
02.You Love Me Back
03.Fire it up
04.You Don't Need A Million Dollars
05.I'll Be Your Doctor
07.Eye on the prize
08.Feelin Alright
09.The Letter
10.You are so beautiful
11.You can leave your hat on
12.Unchain my heart
13.Cry me a river

Total Time 63 mins

Rod Stewart - 1983-06-27 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rod Stewart
Earl's Court, London England
June 27, 1983

FM Broadcast -> CD-R (unknown generation) -> Exact Audio Copy -> Trader's Little Helper (FLAC level 8) 

01 Sweet Little Rock N Roller
02 Passion
03 Sweet Surrender
04 I Don't Want To Talk About It
05 Baby Jane
06 Young Turks
07 Maggie May >
08 You Wear It Well
09 Stay With Me

The Beatles - The Lost Pepperland Reel (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Publisher: Vigotone
Reference :VIGO-132
Date :1994
Made In :Australia

Lineage :- CDR > EAC > FLAC

The Lost Reel
01 - All You Need Is Love - 4:31
02 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - 3:36
03 - Good Morning Animal Noises - 1:39
04 - Intro To Sgt. Pepper - 0:55
05 - Billy Shears Applause - 0:36
06 - Yellow Submarine - 2:44
07 - It's All Too Much - 8:16
08 - All Together Now - 2:15
09 - Only A Northern Song - 3:27

10 - Hey Bulldog - 3:04
11 - Mellotron Music No. 4 - 1:47
12 - Penny Lane Overdub Session - 6:32
13 - Good Morning, Good Morning - 1:04
14 - Breakdown - 1:46
15 - She Can Talk To Me 1 - 1:22
16 - She Can Talk To Me 2 - 1:54
17 - Across The Universe - 1:30
18 - You Know My Name - 2:46
19 - Chi Chi's - 3:09
20 - Mellotron Music No. 5 - 1:44

Total duration: 55:40

CD features the contents of an original EMI mono reel (#66581), including rare tracks and SFX from the animated cartoon 'Yellow Submarine' and the 'Sgt Pepper's' LP plus demos, alternate takes and sound experiments.

Neil Young - Chrome Dreams - Rust Edition (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Rust Edition

Various Studio and Live - CD-R1 - TBA

SHN > foobar2000 1.1.2 (convered and bitverified identical) > FLAC

01. Pocahontas
02. Will To Love
03. Star Of Bethlehem
04. Like A Hurricane
05. Too Far Gone
06. Hold Back The Tears
07. Homegrown
08. Captain Kennedy
09. Stringman
10. Sedan Delivery
11. Powderfinger
12. Look Out For My Love

Bonus Tracks:
13. River Of Pride ('White Line', Unreleased Studio Version, 27 NOV 75)
14. Campaigner (Unedited, Unreleased Studio Version, Summer 1976)
15. No One Seems To Know (Live, Tokyo, Japan, 10 Mar 76)
16. Give Me Strength (Live, Chicago, IL, 15 Nov 76)
17. Peace Of Mind (Live, Chicago, IL, 15 Nov 76)
18. Human Highway (CSNY, Unreleased Studio Version, April 76)

Neil Young was on a creative high in 1975. By the end of the summer, Zuma was finished, though still not released. Yet Neil carried on recording his new songs. Sometimes he recorded solo and sometimes with Crazy Horse. Lots of these songs would remain unheard by the public until quite a while later, but by late ’75, Neil had already written and recorded versions of such future classics as Like A Hurricane, Powderfinger, Sedan Delivery, Pocahontas and Ride By Llama.

He carried on recording in 1976. More great songs were put down on tape, such as Will To Love, Stringman and Campaigner. Some of us may feel that the Long May You Run album with Stephen Stills robbed us of the natural successor to Zuma, but Stills always suspected that Neil was holding back his best stuff for his solo album. That solo album was a work in progress throughout this period. Titles were reported in the press: Ride My Llama, In My Neighborhood, American Stars ‘N Bars, Chrome Dreams.

When American Stars ‘N Bars was released in 1977, Neil had scrapped most of the material he’d been recording since late ’75, replacing much of it with a series of rough hewn cowboy songs.
Fun stuff to be sure, but had Neil committed the latest in a series of difficult to explain career suicides? Who else, except maybe Bob Dylan, would sit on a stash of such quality songs and not let the public hear them?

Tracks 1 to 12 of this compilation are thought to be the unreleased Chrome Dreams album, readied for release weeks before Neil recorded those country hoedowns and rethought his strategy.
Some of these song titles will be more than familiar to you, but the actual performances may surprise you.

Powderfinger is performed as an unadorned solo acoustic song; Sedan Delivery, a second song destined for Rust Never sleeps, is presented in its pre-punked up arrangement and, in many people’s opinion, sounds all the better for that. You’ll also find the definitive Stringman, a song not given an official airing until Neil’s Unplugged set, heard here in a 1976 live performance enhanced by subtle yet beautiful studio vocal and guitar overdubs; Hold Back The Tears is another solo performance, longer and more ghostly that its later remake for American Stars ‘N Bars; Pocahontas is the same performance as the one that made Rust Never Sleeps, but in its original "Naked Mix;" Too Far Gone wouldn’t be officially released until the Freedom album in 1989, yet here’s a version from 14 years earlier with Poncho Sampedro adding a tasty mandolin part.

The other six songs from the album were released unchanged on the albums American Stars ‘N Bars, Comes A Time and Hawks And Doves, yet you may still be able to pick out slight differences in the mixes.
Homegrown, for one, would seem to have a little more fire in the guitars. Have a listen and see what you think.

We’ve chosen a select batch of bonus cuts to give you a further taste of just how creative Neil was during this fertile period. If the version of White Line (here retitled River Of Pride, maybe because Neil forgot to sing the actual White Line lyric) didn’t make the Chrome Dreams shortlist, then its continued circulation among collectors is something of a mystery. Maybe it was pressed onto acetate as a possible contender for Decade, which Neil was also preparing at this time. Whatever the truth, it’s a stupendous version of the song, recorded in 1975 with a loose and joyful Crazy Horse. Neil’s remake for Ragged Glory in 1990 may have been fine but it doesn’t quite capture the spirit of this earlier version. Campaigner did make Decade, but not before losing one of its verses. You can hear the full-length version here.

Three live cuts follow. No One Seems To Know is an aching piano ballad that Neil once described as Part 2 of A Man Needs A Maid, it’s first class but remains unreleased; Give Me Strength dates from an earlier ill-fated album called Homegrown (an album that would have also featured Star Of Bethlehem, the oldest cut in this collection) and is another lost classic; Peace Of Mind is heard as an electric rock song played with the Horse and very different from the version Neil released on Comes A Time.

And, as a nod to Zuma, we close with Crosby Stills Nash & Young. Human Highway was recording during the Stills-Young sessions in 1976. The song was always meant to be a CSNY track, but Neil had run out of patience by the Comes A Time LP. Now you can have a glimpse of what might have been, which, come to think of it, is also true of the whole collection.

Bruce Springsteen - 1985-06-29 - Paris, FR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Breathless In Paris : AUDIO - Uber Series Vol. 17
Label: Ev2
Format: 3CD
Source: Soundboard
Date: June 29, 1985.
Location: Parc De La Courneuve, Paris, France.
Audio sourced from 'tattoodad's "Uber DVD Series Vol. 2 - Breathless In Paris" 3DVD set.

01 Born In The U.S.A.
02 Badlands
03 Out In The Street
04 Johnny 99
05 Atlantic City
06 Introduction
07 Shut Out The Light
08 The River
09 Working On The Highway
10 Trapped
11 Darlington County
12 Glory Days

01 Introduction
02 The Promised Land
03 My Hometown
04 Thunder Road
05 Cover Me
06 Dancing In The Dark
07 Hungry Heart
08 Cadillac Ranch
09 Downbound Train
10 I'm On Fire

01 Because The Night
02 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
03 Introduction
04 Can't Help Falling In Love
05 Born To Run
06 Bobby Jean
07 Ramrod
08 Twist & Shout (w/ Do You Love Me)
09 Rockin' All Over The World

Christy Moore - 1986-05-01 - Dublin, IE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Christy Moore 

National Concert Hall, Dublin 

Lineage: RTE Radio > Cassette 

Transfer: Yamaha KX330 > ADC > Optical > DIO2496 > Soundforge (edits)

01. Before The Deluge 
02. Ride On 
03. The Knock Song 
04. Biko Drum 
05. Natives 
06. Mattie 
07. The Reel In The Flickering Light 
08. The Rose Of Tralee 
09. On The Bridge 
10. The Ould Triangle 
11. Ordinary Man 
12. They Never Came Home 
13. The Limerick Rake 
14. Irish Ways & Irish Laws 
15. The Well Below The Valley 
16. Don’t Forget Your Shovel 
17. St. Brendan’s Voyage 
18. Cliffs Of Dooneen 
19. Back Home In Derry 
20. Lisdoonvarna 
21. John o' Dreams 
22. Smoke & Strong Whiskey

Little Feat - 1973-04-10 - Hempstead, Long Island, NY (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Little Feat
Ultrasonic Studios, Hempstead, Long Island NY
April 10, 1973

Source: WLIR-FM radio broadcast
Lineage: FM > ? > CDR > EAC > shn > wav > remaster > flac(lvl8)

Lowell George - vocals, slide guitar
Paul Barrere - guitar, vocals
Bill Payne - keyboards
Kenny Gradney - bass
Richie Hayward - drums
Sam Clayton - percussion

01 song introduction
02 Apolitical Blues
03 Got No Shadow
04 Willin'
05 On Your Way Down
06 Walkin' All Night [source interruption at end, radio station tag cut]
07 band introduction, chat with Lowell
08 Two Trains
09 Fat Man in the Bathtub
10 Sailin' Shoes [closing applause cut]
11 tuning
12 Cold, Cold, Cold >
13 Dixie Chicken >
14 Tripe Face Boogie
15 Teenage Nervous Breakdown

NOTE: The bootleg known as"When The Shit Hits The Fan" is from this show. That bootleg is from the "Oh Boy" Label and includes 13 Tracks with inferior sound quality.

Restored and remastered by plaz:
- corrected DC offset errors
- restored clipped peaks
- lightly decrackled
- reduced broadband noise by 2.2 dB
- reversed channels
- corrected phase (-0.16 ms)
- corrected pitch (+53 cents) ** Thanks Prof. Goody! **
- repaired clicks, pops, crackle, glitches and drops out
- removed or attenuated microphone impact noises between songs
- repaired/attenuated chirping feedback on acoustic piano
- trimmed start and end
- gain normalized and retracked

Thelonious Monk - 1966-04-17 - Copenhagen, DK (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Thelonious Monk Quartet 
Tivolis Koncertsal 
Copenhagen, Denmark 
April 17, 1966 

FM broadcast > cassette > cdr > dBpowerAMP Music Converter (r13) > Flac 

Charlie Rouse (ts) 
Thelonious Monk (p) 
Larry Gales (b) 
Ben Riley (d) 

CD 1 (45:14)
01. Lulu's Back In Town 17:52 
02. Blue Monk 13:59 
03. Off Minor 13:43 

CD 2 (40:29)
01. Rhythm-A-Ning / Epistrophy 9:09
02. 'Round Midnight 7:57
03. Straight, No Chaser 11:23
04. Radio announcement/ I'm getting Sentimental Over You / Epistrophy 12:00

STT 85:45

Bruce Springsteen - 2012-06-03 - Lisboa, PT (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rock in Rio Lisboa, 
Parque da Bela Vista

FM RFM> Tuner Denon TU-460> Amplifier Technics SU-V500> Zoom H2 line in> WAV 16bits> FLAC 

01. Spirit in the Night 
02. Because The Night 
03. No Surrender 
04. She's The One 
05. I'm On Fire 
06. Shackled and Drawn 

This is all that was allowed to be broadcasted! 

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - Lost first album (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

"In 1978 There Was..."

Featuring Miss Lou Ann Barton.

"The Legendary Lost First Stevie Ray Vaughn Album"


Stevie Ray Vaughn: Vocals and Guitar
Jack Newhouse: Bass
Chris Layton: Drums
Lou Ann Barton: Vocals

Studio Recordings
Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee at Jack Clemont's Belmont Studio, early 1978
Produced by: Joe Gracy
01 - You Can Have My Husband (Lou Ann vocal)
02 - Rude Mood
03 - Pride And Joy (Stevie vocal)
04 - Oh, Yeah (Lou Ann vocal)
05 - Love Struck Baby (Stevie vocal)
06 - Ti - Ni - Nee - Ni - Nu ("Tina Nina Nu", Lou Ann vocal)
07 - Gonna Miss Me ("Empty Arms", Stevie vocal)
08 - I Wonder Why ("Will My Man Be Home Tonight?" > Lou Ann vocal, Stevie slide guitar)
09 - I'm Crying ("I'm Crying", Stevie vocal)
10 - Sugar Coated Loving ("Sugar Coated Love", Lou Ann vocal)

Austin Blues Festival, 1979
11 - Natural Born Lover
12 - Ti - Ni - Nee - Ni - Nu ("Tina Nina Nu")
13 - Scratch My Back
14 - I'll Change
15 - Shake A Hand, Shake A Hand
16 - Oh Baby
17 - Sugar Coated Love
18 - Love In Vain

Piona's, October 1979
19 - You Can Have My Husband (starts off with "So Excited")
20 - My Baby's Gone ("Oh Yeah")

Due to the brevity of the Nashville '78 session the producers have added a live soundboard recording featuring Lou Ann Barton and three tracks featuring Johnni Reno on saxophone."
The one and only surviving test pressing was recently discovered in a cupboard in South Austin, Texas where it had lain for the last 19 years, all other recordings of the project have been destroyed after alleged contractual disputes arose. These recording, notable for their raw energy and rare slide guitar work are essential for all true collectors. Also featuring four early arrangements of songs that later appeared on the Texas Flood album.

The above paragraph is the supposed story behind this recording as told on the cd inlay. The real story is that the band didn't like the way the album turned out and paid a large sum of money to keep it from being released. As you would expect, someone got their hands on a copy and bootlegged it.