Thursday, May 25, 2017

The Who 1982-10-27 Jack Murphy Stadium San Diego, Ca

Master Tapers Concert Series - Volume (141)

Band name: The Who
Date: October 27, 1982
Venue: Jack Murphy Stadium
Location: San Diego, California, USA
Tour name: It's Hard

Media: 2 CDs
Recording type: Audience
Taper: Marco
Recording Equipment: Unconfirmed
Lineage: 1st Generation Analog (Maxell UD120)>Sony TC-WE475>PC>AUDACITY>WAV (16bit)>TLH>FLAC (8)
Transfer/Mastering: August 2014
Audio format: FLAC
Total running time: 110:37
Audio quality: 4-
Artwork: No

Track listing:
I Can't Explain
Sister Disco
The Quiet One
It's Hard
Eminence Front
Behind Blue Eyes
Baba O'Riley
Cry If You Want
Who Are You
Pinball Wizard
See Me, Feel Me
Love, Reign O'er Me
Long Live Rock
Won't Get Fooled Again
Summerime Blues
Twist and Shout

Roger Daltrey - Vocals
Pete Townshend - Guitars, Vocals
John Entwhistle - Bass Guitar, Vocals
Kenny Jones - Drums
Tim Gorman - Keyboards

Show comments:
The Who/Loverboy/John Cougar

Another great show from Marco that i attended. This was my second Who show, saw them in June '80 at the Sports Arena
and i really liked that one better, years ago i saw a copy of that show on someones list and i wished i'd got it but still can't find it.
If anyone has it please share. Anyway this was another big stadium show from the It's Hard tour '82 and there's nothing out of
the ordinary except Tattoo which was only played a few times on the tour i think. Marco did not tape Loverboy or John Cougar.


Rolling Stones 1966-10-07 Colston Hall, Bristol, 2nd show

Rolling Stones - 1966-10-07 (Colston Hall, Bristol, 2nd show)

01 - Under My Thumb (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It SACD)
02 - Lady Jane (Mono, Got Live If You Want It Reelin' And Rockin')
02 - Lady Jane (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It German London CD)
02 - Lady Jane (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It German London CD)
02 - Lady Jane (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It SACD)
03 - Not Fade Away (Mono, Got Live If You Want It Reelin' And Rockin')
03 - Not Fade Away (Mono, Got Live If You Want It Reelin' And Rockin')
03 - Not Fade Away (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It SACD)
04 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow (Mono, Got Live If You Want It Reelin' And Rockin')
04 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It German London CD)
04 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It SACD)
05 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Mono, Got Live If You Want It Reelin' And Rockin')
05 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It German London CD)
05 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Stereo, Got Live If You Want It SACD)


Lucero 2014-09-11 Blue Moose Tap House Iowa City, IA

Blue Moose Tap House
Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Sept. 11, 2014

Source: Superlux HK8 > Edirol UA-5 > Nomad Jukebox 3 (.wav @ 48 kHz)
Transfer: JB3 > PC > Adobe Audition 3.0 > CD Wave Editor > Traders Little Helper > FLAC

01 intro
02 The Devil and Maggie Chascarillo
03 On My Way Downtown
04 Nights Like These
05 When You're Gone
06 Chain Link Fence
07 Hey Darlin', Do You Gamble?
08 Texas & Tennessee
09 Women & Work
10 Tonight Ain't Gonna Be Good
11 Raising Hell
12 It Gets Worst at Night
13 Kiss the Bottle
14 Slow Dancing
15 Darken My Door
16 Bikeriders
17 The Last Pale Light In the West
18 Toadvine
19 The War
20 Shelter
21 All Sewn Up
22 Sixes and Sevens
23 Drink 'Till We're Gone
24 Tears Don't Matter Much
25 My Best Girl
26 Summer Song
27 Fistful of Tears


Jeff Buckley 1994-12-17 Irving Plaza, New York

17 December, 1994
Irving Plaza, New York

Source A & B LINEAGE: AUD>?>TAPE>?>?really bad editing and DSP work?>CD(x)>EAC>FLAC

01. Dream Brother
02. Grace
03. So Real
04. Last Goodbye
05. What Will You Say
06. Chocolate / Mojo Pin
07. Eternal Life
08. Lilac Wine
09. Lover, You Should've Come Over
10. Vancouver / Kanga Roo

Track 03: Incomplete (cut?)
Track 07: Missing first few notes
Track 10: Missing first few notes

Source A - Tracks 01-08 (Bad tape source, editing and NR)
Source B - Tracks 08-10 (Slighly better tape source, bad editing and still NR(?))

There are 2 sources spliced together to make this complete. I suspect at least 1 may have mp3 heritage, or had really, REALLY bad NR work done on it.

some track editing and DSP has taken place. applause is occasionally cut short, and some tracks miss the first few notes.
weird garbling at the beginning of the boot sounds like NR, this is also backed up by different levels of tape noise when comparing tracks. (track 08 start to track 07)

Rolloff in both sources at 15k strongly suggests a lossy heritage in source. (probably MD/MP3)

Ripped and FLAC'd by Mr A from Norway...
Collated by eclect -
information from flowersintime database:


Colin Hay (Men at Work) 2014-09-05 The Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA

Colin Hay (Men at Work)
The Canyon Club,
Agoura Hills, CA
September 5, 2014

Source info:
AT853 sub-cards(3-wire)>Naiant Tinybox>Sony PCM-M10(24/96)>Adobe Audition CS6(normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1)>CDWaveEditor 1.96>TLH>Flac

Taper: David Sell
Location: 60' off left stack
Sound Quality: Excellent


01. ~intro/banter~
02. Down By the Sea
03. ~banter~
04. I Can See it in Your Eyes
05. Who Could it Be Now?
06. ~banter~
07. Catch a Star
08. ~banter~
09. Oh California
10. ~banter~
11. Family Man
12. Freefalling
13. Underground
14. ~banter~
15. Looking for Jack
16. Send Somebody
17. ~banter/band intros~
18. Overkill
19. Are You Lookin' at Me?
20. ~banter~
21. It's a Mistake
22. ~banter~
23. Down Under
24. ~encore banter~
25. Be Good Johnny
26. Waiting For My Real Life to Begin


So glad I decided to go and experience this amazing artist! I swear his voice sounds as good as it did when he fronted Men at Work. I was impressed with his solo stuff too. If you get a chance to see this man, whether acoustic or with full band, don't miss it! I had a perfect location, nary a yacker or whistler to be heard. The taping Gods were smiling last night. I tracked the banter separately and boosted the volume of it by +6db. It's worth listening to as well, he's hilarious and tells some interesting stories.

Colin Hay - lead vocals, guitars
Cecilia Nöel - harmony and backing vocals
Luis Matejo - bass guitar
Jason Jones - keyboards
Sam Miguel Perez Rodriquez - lead guitar
Aldo Zambrano - percussion
Fabio Santana - trombone
Charlie Paxson - drums

As always, NEVER for sale, trade freely, and always support the artists' commercial endeavors. 


U2 1981-03-28 Rainbow Music Hall Denver,CO

1981-03-28 Denver, USA - Rainbow Music Hall

Sound Quality: Fair/Good audience

Lineage : audience > ??? > Cassette > Nero SoundTrax > Nero Wave Editor > CD-R > CD Wave Editor > FLAC FRONTEND (V1.7.1) > FLAC (LEVEL 5)

Setlist :

01. The Ocean
02. Twilight
03. I Will Follow
04. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
05. An Cat Dubh
06. Into The Heart
07. Another time, Another Place
08. The cry / The Electric Co.
09. Things to Make And Do
10. Stories For Boys
11. Boy / Girl
12. Out Of Control
13. A Day Without Me
14. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
15. The Ocean
16. I Will Follow

Duree 58:38


David Bowie At the Beeb 1969-1972

David Bowie
liberated bootleg: At the Beeb 1969-1972 Archive Productions
lineage: original silver > EAC > FLAC (8)

(do not believe any of these tracks have been included in the official release, Bowie at Beeb: Best of BBC Radio 68-72: if you don't already own this amazing collection, be sure to get it.  It is superior to this bootleg in everyway possible)

01. White Light, White Heat 4.02
02. Let Me Sleep Beside You 3.14
03. Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed 3.57
04. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud 4.37
05. Bombers 2.43
06. Looking For A Friend 3.00
07. Almost Grown 2.07
08. Kooks 3.06
09. Superman 2.49
10. Ziggy Stardust 3.16
11. Five Years 4.21
12. Starman 3.59
13. Rock & Roll Suicide 3.05
14. Hang On To Yourself 2.38
15. Waiting For The Man 5.02
total: 52.05

tracks 1, 10-15: Spiders from Mars (1972)
tracks 2-3: Juniors Eyes (October 1969)
track 4: Hype (May 1970)
tracks 5-6: Ronno (June 20, 1971)
tracks 7-8: Arnold Corns (June 20, 1971)
track 9: Bowie & Ronson (October 1971)

**original artwork included in this torrent**


Pink Floyd 1971-02-25 Hamburg, Germany

Pink Floyd
Date: Feb 25,1971
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Source: Audience

Lineage: M-502 LP>Sony PS-LX250H>Sony STR-DE875>SBLive>Cooledit Pro>CD Wavc>FLAC48khz 


1. green is the colour
2. careful with that axe eugene
3. cymbaline
4. the embryo
5. set the controls
6. saucerful of secrets
7. atom heart mother

Comments:  a raw transfer of this lp with no remastering applied. only speedCorrection
to the first lp. the 2nd lp was fine. also de-clicking. this sounds cleaner than DFA
to me.

Raw rip by Rudy


Townes van Zandt 1994-11-10 Knust Hamburg, Germany

Townes van Zandt
Hamburg, Germany
10th November 1994

Audience recording: OKM II-> DAT
Lineage: 1st or 2nd generation cassette-> Wave-> CDR

Disc one- first set
01. Blaze's Blues
02. Dollar Bill Blues
03. Two Girls
04. Buckskin Stallion Blues
05. Katie Belle Blue
06. Lungs
07. Flying Shoes
08. Pancho And Lefty
09. Loretta
10. Short-Haired Woman Blues
11. Kathleen
12. Waiting Around To Die
13. Nothin'
14. To Live Is To Fly
15. High, Low And In Between

Disc two- second set
01. If I Needed You
02. Snowin'On Raton
03. Gone Too Long
04. The Highway Kind
05. You Are Not Needed Now
06. A Song For
07. Mr. Mudd And Mr. Gold
08. Joke-> No Place To Fall
09. Tecumseh Valley
10. Dead Flowers
11. Snake Mountain Blues
12. The Catfish Song
13. For The Sake Of The Song
14. Rake
15. Rex'Blues
16. Joke "Three shots of gin"
17. The Hole
18. Lovers'Lullaby
19. White Freightliner Blues

I think Townes was friends with the people who ran this club called
"Knust" in Hamburg, he played there several times, there still is a
club by that name but it is another location the original Knust
was closed in the late nineties.

The stage was very small, and the dressing room was at the opposite
side of the room, so the musicians had to go through the audience
to get to the stage.
I remember the club was packed that night, someone was holding Townes'
guitar above his head to get Townes and his guitar through the
crowded place  to the stage.


#SAB 043-044 Apotheosis


2 CD
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 043-044
Disc Length : 77:30 / 78:21
Source : Studio
Sound Quality : EX / EX+
Year Of Release :


Disc 1

1. Beautiful Strange (short take)   2. One Song (intro)   3. One Song   4. A 1,000 Hugs And Kisses   5. Letter 4 Miles   6. Beautiful Strange   7. My Name Is Bart   8. Interactive   9. Days Of Wild   10. The Most Beautiful Girl In The World (remix)   11. Mad   12. Funky Design   13. Snowman   14. Rebirth Of The Flesh   15. Strange Relationship   16. Old Friends 4 Sale   17. The Grand Progression

Disc 2

1. Help Me Baby   2. Naughty   3. I Could Be Your Lover   4. Moments   5. Possessed (instrumental)   6. Possessed (vocal)   7. Lisa   8. Wet Dream Cousin (listed as Real Love on packaging)   9. Purple Music (listed as So High on packaging)   10. Climax (instrumental)   11. Climax (bass)   12. Extra Loveable   13. Vibrator (dialogue #1)   14. Vibrator (dialogue #2)   15. Vibrator


A below-par release by Sabotage's standards, in fact I'm rather surprised this was ever released under their name as the content is such a mixed bag. Disc 1 begins with the short intro version of 'Beautiful Strange' lifted straight from the Channel 4 1998 "Beautiful Strange" documentary where P is interrupted in the studio by a phone call to inform him Mel B has arrived for their interview - why this has been included on a collection of outtakes is a mystery. Things improve nicely for the next few tracks and we have a number of unreleased outtakes in extremely high quality. Choosing to split 'One Song' into the opening dialogue and the song itself is a blatant attempt to fill out the disc though. Next, we have 'My Name Is Bart' which is one of the lowest points of this terrible release - there is no P input whatsoever and it's inclusion is a sign of how desperate Sabotage were to max this fucker out - a horrendously bad decision to include this one. The following 3 tracks have been taken from the cassette P sold to European radio in 1994 and include the 10 minute version of 'The Most Beautiful Girl In The World' often referred to as #1 and originally released on the 'Now' bootleg. The opening 3 tracks on Disc 2 are also highly questionable in terms of P's involvement. They are apparently attributed to 94 East however even that is highly suspect - it's safe to assume there is no P input here, which again begs the question as why they have been included by Sabotage. Track 4 is an instrumental titled 'Moments' which again is highly suspect as it has never been confirmed as a P track. The remainder of Disc 2 is an absolute mess of mislabelled tracks - 'Wet Dream Cousin' listed on the packaging as 'Real Love', and 'Purple Music' mistakenly titled as 'So High'. Unfortunately the accompanying booklet sheds no light on any of the questions this release throws up and contains absolutely no information on the contents of the discs, instead focusing on an interview with a Paisley Park sound engineer from 1999 lifted directly from the Love4OneAnother site. In my opinion the worst release from Sabotage's vast back catalogue, and a release which should be avoided.


Béla Fleck & The Flecktones 1989-11-10 The Birchmere Alexandria, VA

Béla Fleck & The Flecktones
The Birchmere
Alexandria, VA
November 10, 1989

Source: Soundboard Master Cassette > Nakamichi MR-1 > PCM > DAT
Transfer: Casio DA-7 > Tascam CD-RW 700 (pass through) >
M-Audio 24/96 > @ 24 Bit to Wavelab > to 16 bit CD WAVE > FLAC
Transfers and Seeded to by Bill Koucky January 2007

Béla Fleck- Banjos
Howard Levy - Keyboards, Harmonica, Jew's Harp, Guiro
Victor Lemont Wooten - Bass
Roy Wooten – Synth-Axe/Drumitar

Disc 1    65:32
1st Set:
1.    Frontiers
2.    Flipper
3.    Half Moon Bay
4.    Band Intros
5.    Emerald Falls
6.    Calliente
7.    Sunset Road
8.    Béla’s Banjo Demo
9.    Dueling Banjos (Béla & Victor)
10.    The Message
11.    Sinister Minister

Disc 2        33:21
2nd Set partial:
1.    Jazz Improvisations >
2.    Hurricane Camille
3.    Untitled Latin Medley
4.    Howard’s Harmonica Demo
5.    Howard’s Solo
6.    Béla talks about…
7.    Mars Needs Women //


Bela Fleck 2002-06-19 Rococo Theatre Lincoln, Nebraska

Bela Fleck
Rococo Theatre
Lincoln, Nebraska
June 19, 2002

AKG C451EB/ck1s (DIN/TableE5_LOB/9ft High) >
Tascam DA-P1 @16/48

Sony R500 > Tascam HD-P2 @16/48 > HDD >
Amadeus Pro (tracking,fades,resample to 16/44) > xACT (FLAC8)

Set 1
01:    Next                   
02: Puffy                   
03:    Snatchin               
04:    3/4    >               
05:    Vic Solo               
06:    Sunset Road                   

Set 2
01:    Futureman Solo >                       
02:    Futureman & Jeff Coffin                
03:    ???                    
04:    Sherpa                        
05:    A Moment So Close                
06:    Bela Solo               
07:    Stomping Grounds               

08:    Hoedown                              


Bruce Springsteen 1985-06-21 San Siro Stadium, Milano, Italy(CC747-749)

Bruce Springsteen.
Milano Night 1985.
Location: San Siro Stadium, Milano, Italy.
Date: Friday June 21, 1985.
Source: Audience.
Artwork: Yes

Disc 1:
01. Born In The U.S.A.
02. Badlands
03. Out In The Street
04. Johnny 99
05. Atlantic City
06. The River
07. Working On The Highway
08. Trapped
09. Prove It All Night
10. Glory Days

Disc 2:
01. The Promised Land
02. My Hometown
03. Thunder Road
04. Cover Me
05. Dancing In The Dark
06. Hungry Heart
07. Cadillac Ranch
08. Downbound Train
09. I'm On Fire
10. Because The Night

Disc 3:
01. Backstreets
02. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
03. Can't Help Falling In Love
04. Born To Run
05. Bobby Jean
06. Ramrod
07. Twist And Shout / Do You Love Me
08. Rockin' All Over The World

My Original Crystal Cat CD's -->EAC v. 0,95 beta 3 * --> WAV --> Flac Frontend --> FLAC Level 6 **

*    Secure Mode.
**   Verify, Replaygain, Treat Input Files As One Album, Align On Sector Boundaries.


KISS 2017-05-24 Ahoy Sportpaleis Rotterdam Holland

Rotterdam Holland
Ahoy Sportpaleis

Rotterdam .. We Love It Loud

Shout It Out Loud
Remembering Manchester attack
Lick It Up
I Love It Loud
(Gene spits fire)
Shock Me
(Tommy Thayer on Lead Vocals)
Guitar Solo
Flaming Youth
Bass Solo
(Gene spits blood and flies)
God of Thunder
Crazy Crazy Nights
War Machine
Say Yeah
Psycho Circus
(Paul flies}
Black Diamond
(Paul returns to main stage)
Rock and Roll All Nite

I Was Made for Lovin' You
Detroit Rock City
God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II

Like always
Trade freely
Feel free top comment
Never sell
Enjoy the show


Neil Young 1985-02-22 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand

Neil Young
Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand

w/ The International Harvesters (01-17) And Crazy Horse (18-26)

  01 . Are You Ready For The Country?
  02 . Comes A Time
  03 . Are There Any More Real Cowboys?
  04 . Fingers
  05 . Heart Of Gold
  06 . Amber Jean
  07 . Too Far Gone
  08 . Roll Another Number
  09 . California Sunset
  10 . Southern Pacific
  11 . Don't Let It Bring You Down
  12 . Soul Of A Woman
  13 . Old Man
  14 . The Needle And The Damage Done
  15 . My My, Hey Hey
  16 . The Old Laughing Lady
  17 . After The Gold Rush
  18 . Cinnamon Girl
  19 . Cortez The Killer
  20 . Don't Cry No Tears
  21 . Touch The Night
  22 . Misfits
  23 . Like A Hurricane
  24 . Hey Hey, My My
  25 . Powderfinger
  26 . Sugar Mountain

Tour :     1985 Tour of Australia & New Zealand

Band :     Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano
    Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, vocals
    Anthony Crawford - guitar, banjo, fiddle, vocals
    Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards, vocals
    Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
    Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
    Larry Cragg - banjo, autoharp
    Joel Bernstein - guitar

Lineage:    ? > CDR's trade > EAC > WAV > TLH > FLAc

Discs:    2
Quality:    *** (see you notes)
Arts:    Yes

Here is Christopher Small's original notes about the sound quality:
This is an audience recording, probably from some place in the back. There is obvious crowd noise (whoops, occasional clapping along, talking), as well as some other harder-to-pin-down noise (someone crumping up a potato chip bag?). There were fireworks during the show, which are audible, and elicited more whoops. The source disc has some noticeable jumps between songs, and some between-song discontinuities, as if it had been dubbed TAO at some point.
On the copy I am distributing I edited out the blank space, but could do nothing about the discontinuities.
The last song (Sugar Mountain, probably an encore) was missing the first bit; I faded it in, instead of having it start abruptly.
There is digital cruft (sounds like the CD is skipping) on at least a couple of songs. I tried ripping the songs multiple times, with different software (EAC and CDex), on different drives (Philips and Lite-On), with no luck.
The problems include Cortez at 2'22", Cortez between 4'00" and 4'10", and Powderfinger from 2'24" to 2'27".

The show is quite listenable and enjoyable. Enjoy!!!



Yes 1984-09-04 PNC Banks Performing Arts Centre Holmdel, NJ

Yes - Holmdel 1984
Date: September 4th, 1984
Venue/City: PNC Banks Performing Arts Centre Holmdel - NJ - USA.
Source: Soundboard

CDR Trade > EAC (wav) > FLAC Frontend encode level 8 > You.


Jon Anderson:  Vocals
Trevor Rabin:  Guitars
Alan White:    Drums
Tony Kaye:     Keyboards
Chris Squire:  Bass

disc one:
1. Intro/Cinema
2. Leave it
3. Our Song
4. Hold On
5. Hearts
6. I've Seen All Good People
7. Si
8. Solly's Beard
9. Changes
10. And you and I

disc two:
1. Soon
2. Make It Easy
3. Owner Of A Lonely Heart
4. It Can Happen
5. Amazing Grace/Whitefish
6. City Of Love
7. Starship Trooper
8. Roundabout
9. Gimme Some Lovin'

ARTWORK: Included


54-40 2015-10-10 Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC

Saturday October 10th 2015
Commodore Ballroom
868 Granville St
Vancouver BC Canada

Taper:  LeifH
Source:  CA-11 (cardioid) > CA-Bat2B > Sony PCM M10 @ 24/48 > Sony 16GB microSD card
Transfer:  Memory card > PC via USB > Wavepad Master's Edition (edits, amplify, tracking, downsample to 16/44.1) > flac (8) via Frontend

Setlist:  1:38:58
01 She La ^
02 One Gun ^
03 One Day In Your Life ^
04 Easy To Love
05 Lies To Me
06 Crossing A Canyon
07 Nice to Luv You
08 Waiting
09 Baby Ran
10 Radio Luv Song
11 Since When
12 Casual Viewin' ^
13 Ocean Pearl

14 Keep On Walking ^
15 I Go Blind ^
16 Love You All > Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) ^

^ = with Daniel Lapp

This was my 7th time seeing 54-40 (I think).  Tom Wilson's latest project, Lee Harvey Osmond, opened up.  I don't think it was 100% sold out, but the venue was well sold. 

The band came out in front of a closed curtain to play the first 3 songs semi-unplugged.  Dave was on piano, guest Daniel Lapp on violin, Neil on acoustic guitar, Brad on bass and Matt on a mini drum kit.  The whole crowd was singing along nicely.  Daniel would join them again later in the set on trumpet and more violin.  Seeing 54-40 with trumpet again reminded me of seeing them years ago with Phil.  Their new album, which was for sale at this show 2 months ahead of the release date, is all re-worked versions of their hits with a new song or two.  So the beginning of this show was a little taste of what's to come.  Neil threw two of the CDs into the crowd. 

It would be nice to hear some of their lesser known material, but the re-worked stuff was really good.  After Keep On Walking, Daniel did a violin solo.


Gov't Mule 2017-05-23 Uptown Theater Kansas City, MO

Gov't Mule
Uptown Theater
Kansas City, MO

Source: AT 853 (cards) > SP Batt. Box > R-09HR @ (24/48)
Location: Center, Front of Board / just under balcony / HRTF
Lineage: Edirol R-09HR > Steinberg Wavelab 6.0* > .Wav > .Flac16
Taped, transferred and mastered by: KCMoeJoe (

Set 1

01. Slackjaw Jezebel
02. Thorazine Shuffle
03. Million Miles From Yesterday
04. Rocking Horse
05. Monkey Hill ^
06. Thelonius Beck
07. Beautifully Broken
08. She Said, She Said >
09. Tomorrow Never Knows #

Set 2

01. Nothing Again
02. Stone Cold Rage
03. Sarah, Surrender
04. Trane >
05. Eternity's Breath >
06. St. Stephen Jam >
07. Scenes From A Troubled Mind
08. Revolution Come, Revolution Go >
09. Drums
10. When The World Gets Small
11. Broke Down On The Brazos >
12. Tributary Jam

13. Dreams & Songs

^ with She's So Heavy ending
# with Day Tripper teases
*DSP: iZotope Ozone 3 (more excitation Ozone 1) UV22 HR (dither 16 bit)


Ratt 1987-06-30- Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates, IL

TITLE: 1987-06-30- Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates, IL, USA


AUD -> 1st. gen Cass. -> Philips CDR775 CD Recorder -> CDR -> EAC: WAV -> TLH: FLAC 8 -> You

because of the poor sound this one is recommended for collectors only. ENJOY!!

01. Looking For Love
02. One Good Lover
03. Wanted Man
04. Back For More
05. The Morning After
06. Dangerous But Worth the Risk
07. Lack of Communication
08. 7th Avenue
09. Lay It Down
10. You Should Know By Now
11. Drum Solo
12. Guitar solo
13. You're In Love
14. You Think You're Tough
15. Drive Me Crazy
16. Round & Round
17. Body Talk
18. Dance

[b]If you decide to download this show, won't you please consider posting a Thanks ? It only takes a moment,
and believe me, it takes A LOT longer to prepare/upload a show for others to enjoy than it does to download and run.[/b]


Joe Bonamassa 2009-03-08 Turner Hall Ballroom Milwaukee, WI(1st source)

Joe Bonamassa
Turner Hall Ballroom
Milwaukee, WI
March 8, 2009

Busman Audio BSC1-K3 (FOB, DFC, 9' PAS) > HiHo Silver XLR's > Fostex FR-2LE (Busman T-mod) @24/48 > USB > Audacity (fades/resample/dither) > CDWAV > FLAC

Ballad of John Henry
Last Kiss
So Many Roads
Mountain Time
Another Kind of Love
Sloe Gin
The Great Flood
Lonesome Road Blues

Happier Times
Your Funeral My Trial
Blues Deluxe *
Woke Up Dreaming
Just Got Paid > Dazed & Confused > Just Got Paid (reprise)
Ball Peen Hammer
Story of a Quarryman
Asking Around For You **

* At times, the mains cut out to the house
** After the keyboard break, local 9 year old blues guitarist prodigy Tallan Latz took over the guitar duties.


Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Police 1979-05-25 Park West Chicago, IL

THE POLICE: May 25,1979
Chicago, Park West

1-Can't Stand Losing You
2-Truth Hits Everybody
3-So Lonely
4-Fall Out
5-Born In The 50's
6-Hole In My Life
7-Be My Girl/Sally
8-Message In A Bottle
11-Next To You
13-Can't Stand Losing You

Total Time = 59:11

FM > cassette (unknown lineage) > CDR > FLAc


Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper 1987-07-27 The Chime Baton Rouge, LA

Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper
The Chime
Baton Rouge, LA
July 27,1987


I picked this up years ago in a trade. Another trader converted it for me into
 wav files, adjusted the speed (side two ran fast, probably dying batteries during
the recording)then burned to CDR.
 He also put together the included cover art. Later, I  provided it to the Mojo Nixon Bootleg site
 ( it has been hosted a MP3s ever since.
 This seed is from the original master CDRs and is lossless.I've been a fan of Mojo, catching
him several times through the years. I hope this will encourage others to share the wealth.

sbd cass > wav > speed corrected > wav > flac

Disc 1:
01_Get Outta My Way
02_Stuffin' Martha's Muffin
03_I Hate Banks
04_I Ain't Gonna Piss in No Jar
05_I'm in Love with Your Girlfriend / The Amazing Bigfoot Diet
08_Gonna Eat Then Words

Disc 2:
01_Be My Lover
02_Elvis is Everywhere
03_Gotta Have More Soul
04_Mushroom Maniac
05_Jesus at McDonalds / Burn Down the Malls
06_Amsterdam Dogshit Blues
07_Gin Guzzlin' Frenzy


Paul Westerberg 2002-05-02 Virgin Megastore Chicago, Illinois

Paul Westerberg
Virgin Megastore
Chicago, Illinois

This one sounds nice and intimate. No idea about details. Got this in trade shortly after it was recorded.

01. Waiting For Somebody
02. Best Thing That Never Happened
03. I Will Dare
04. Got You Down
05. Eyes Like Sparks
06. All I Really Want To Do
07. Born For Me
08. 2 Days Till Tommorrow
09. If Only You Were Lonely
10. Souvenirs
11. Within Your Reach
12. Another Girl, Another Planet
13. Let the Bad Times Roll
14. First Glimmer
15. Sadly Beautiful
16. Swingin' Party
17. High Time
18. Alex Chilton


The Kinks 1977-12-03 Leroy Theater Pawtucket, RI

The Kinks 1977-12-03 Leroy Theater Pawtucket, RI
Master audience recording taped by Dan Lampinski

01 You Really Got Me
02 Sleepwalker
03 Life on the Road
04 Stormy Sky
05 Rush Hour Blues
06 Tired of Waiting for You
07 Well Respected Man
08 Death of a Clown
09 Sunny Afternoon
10 All Day and All of the Night
11 Slum Kids
12 Get Back in the Line
13 Celluloid Heroes
14 The Hard Way
15 Education

01 Full Moon 
02 Lola
03 Juke Box Music
04 E: Father Christmas
05 You Really Got Me (spliced)

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

No EQ'ing.

Dan Lampinski recorded over 100 concerts in the Providence/Boston area, mostly between 1974 and 1978. His earliest recordings were made with an internal microphone deck, and though they are somewhat lo-fi compared to his later work, some very great moments in rock history were captured for posterity. In late 1974 he bought a Sony TC-152SD tape recorder, a Sony ECM-99 stereo microphone, and began using Maxell cassettes. He was also fortunate enough to have a friend who provided excellent taping seats for many shows, resulting in high quality recordings. In 1977, he switched over to a Nakamichi 550 tape recorder, two Nakamichi CM-300 microphones, and continued using Maxell cassettes.

He recorded many of the major 70's bands: Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, Queen, Blue Oyster Cult, Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, ELP, Kiss, Black Sabbath, The Who, Al Stewart, Alice Cooper, Jeff Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Supertramp, Jean-Luc Ponty, Moody Blues, Neil Young, The Faces, Rush, Rick Wakeman, Kansas, as well as several "under the radar" acts.

Since Dan never traded copies of his recordings, they are all essentially uncirculated. Some copies were made for friends, but these releases are the first time most of these recordings have ever seen the light of day, and are direct from his master cassettes. No EQ'ing has been done to any of the transfers. Feel free to EQ, matrix, patch, etc and re-post if you like, just give Dan credit for the original recording.

Dan was very meticulous about taking good care of his tapes and is very pleased that these recordings will now circulate among the trading community. Please honour his kindness and generosity by sharing these recordings freely.


Iron Maiden 1980-09-02 Velodromo Vigorelli Milan, Italy(V3)

Iron Maiden
Date: 1980-09-02
City: Milan, Italy
Venue: Velodromo Vigorelli
Source: analog tape unknown gen
Running Time: 29'37"
Transfered by Maidensp on February 2009

Track list:

01. Ides Of March
02. Prowler
03. Running Free
04. Remember Tomorrow
05. Transylvania
06. Phantom Of The Opera
07. Iron Maiden


Paul Di'Anno - Vocals
Dave Murray - Guitar
Dennis Stratton - Guitar
Steve Harris - Bass
Clive Burr - Drums

Note: This is not better than the circulating version quality wise, but at least Iron Maiden does not cut out so it's the complete show.


The Eagles 1977-05-08 Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Location: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany
Date: 8 May 1977
Source: Audience
Transfer: CD-R from trade 100 years ago > EAC > FLAC Level 8 > you
Sound Quality: B+ in my rating and ears....

1 Hotel California
2 Walk Away
3 Victim Of Love
4 Doolin' Dalton
5 Desperado (reprise)
6 Lyin' Eyes
7 Take It To The Limit
8 New Kid In Town
9 Desperado
10 One of These Nights
11 Turn To Stone
12 Already Gone
13 Rocky Mountain Way
14 James Dean
15 The Best Of My Love
16 Take It Easy

Im cleaning up hard-drives, shelves, boxes etc and do some
re-runs of boots I've previously upped before it's stored away.
Decent recording from Hotel California Tour

This is intended for free trade only. Do not buy or sell!!


Elvis Presley There's Always Me, Volume 1

Elvis Presley
There's Always Me, Volume 1
Released: 1995, by Bilko 1598/1599


Shake Rattle And Roll (# 2, 3, 5)
Lawdy Miss Clawdy (# 7-9)
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You (# 3)
I Need Your Love Tonight (# 7)
I Got Stung (# 18, 20)
Ain't That Loving You Baby (# 9, 10 fast version)
Lawdy Miss Clawdy (# 12)
Shake Rattle And Roll (# 7)
Fever (# 1)
Like A Baby (# 3, 4)
Stuck On You (alt. take)
I Feel So Bad (alt. take)
Dirty Dirty Feeling (alt. take)
Thrill Of Your Love (alt. take)
Such A Night (alt. take)
Are You Lonesome Tonight (alt. take)
Girl Next Door Went A-walkin' (alt. take)
A Mess Of Blues (alt. take)
It Feels So Right (alt. take)
Fame And Fortune (alt. take)
Surrender (alt. take)
Working On The Building (# 2)
I'm Coming Home (alt. take)
It's A Sin (# 1, 2)
I Want You With Me (# 1)

There's Always Me (# 2, 6)
Starting Today (# 1)
Sentimental Me (# 1)
Judy (false start & # 1)
Put The Blame On Me (false starts & # 1)
For The Millionth And The Last Time (# 2, 6, 10)
Good Luck Charm (# 1-3)
Anything That's Part Of You (# 2)
I Met Her Today (# 1, 7)
I Feel That I've Known You Forever (# 1, 2)
Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello (# 2, 5, 6)
Suspicion (# 1, 2)
She's Not You (# 1, 2)
Echoes Of Love (# 2, 3)
Please Don't Drag That String Around (# 1, 4, 5)
Devil In Disguise (# 1-3)
Never Ending (# 1, 2)
Beginning in 1989, the Bilko label began to release some amazing products, such as "Elvis Rocks Little Rock" and "The Request Box Shows." But just as soon as the name Bilko was on every Elvis' fans lips, the label disappeared without a trace and was not heard from for four long years. Their last release, "Hang Loose" a 1970 Las Vegas stage rehearsal from That's the Way It Is left us wanting more. But what did the Bilko label have left? When Bilko finally reemerged in late 1995, Elvis fans around the world were stunned, not just at the sound quality of the first release, but also the contents.
"There's Always Me Volume 1" contains over two hours and twenty minutes worth of great material documenting some of Elvis' first sessions with RCA in the 1950s and most of his Nashville sessions from 19601963. Before I begin talking about the contents track by track, let me say at the outset that the sound quality of these outtakes are amazing; there is a little hissing on some of them, but some of these performances are over 40 years old. Packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve, the sleeve contains many glorious pictures from the period covered on the set. For fans of Elvis' early period, this is an invaluable release. Without further delay, let's look at the set track by track!

The set starts out with four versions of "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" from February 3 of 1956, but only one of these versions is complete, take 2. Here we see Elvis' youthful exuberance for the music, and Elvis, Scotty, Bill, and DJ having tons of fun just working on a very familiar song; he had debuted it on national television six days before. Like alternate take 8 from the '50's Masters Box set, these versions include the extra verse and the piano solo not found on the original master. When take 3 breakdowns right after the intro, the culprit Elvis says, "Cut, cut! I was learning the verse." Notice how he changes the lyrics to the first verse between takes 1,2,3, and 5. Take 5 breaks down, when the band cracks up in a fit of laughter.

Next comes three rocking and exciting versions of "Lawdy Miss Clawdy," a Lloyd Price R&B hit from 1952, from the same February 3rd sessions in New York City. Take 7 proceeds smoothly until a huge drumming mistake by DJ causes Elvis to breakup laughing hysterically. During take 8, Scotty misses his guitar solo completely, and Elvis is heard to say, "That's the best we've done yet." Comments like these show that the 21-year-old Elvis was in charge of production and not Steve Sholes. Take 3 of "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" is very similar to take 4 just released on the Platinum box, as the guitar is more prominent and the tempo is a little slower. It is a good performance, but not a master.

Up next are three songs from Elvis' June 10 and 11th 1958 sessions, which not only produced four top ten hits, but also set the stage for his 1960s Nashville recordings. It was his first session without Scotty and Bill, who had quit over money disputes, and DJ had been relegated to second drummer. With musicians like Hank Garland, Bob Moore, and Buddy Harman, Elvis belted out some fantastic rock and roll. One of the best songs from that session, "I Need Your Love Tonight, " is showcased via take 7, which has recently been released on Platinum. This fantastic alternate take is one of the gems on this disc. It is definitely a song that deserved to reach #4 on the Hot 100 during April of 1959 as the B-side to "A Fool Such As I."

The bass is more prominent in the outtakes of "I Got Stung," another great B-side. Take 18 breaks down because Elvis messes up the lyrics and following the goof, he is heard to say "Fuckin' shit;" I bet you RCA will not release this take. False start take 19 contains a snippet of army talk found on Essential Elvis Vol. 3, and take 20 is simply an all out rocker. It certainly deserved to a top ten hit. Takes 9 and 10 of 'Ain't That Loving You Baby," the fast version, show Elvis and the musicians on the track and messing up. Take 10, I believe, is a long false start because the song stops suddenly during the second guitar solo; either the session tape ran out or Bilko cut this. The next two tracks, "Lawdy" take 12 and "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" show Elvis and the band having fun and working on some great material.

Up next are numerous outtakes from Elvis' first post army sessions, which would yield three #1 singles and the album "Elvis Is Back." This was some of his best material and also some of my favorite. These sessions showed the diverse direction with which he wished to take his singing career. Up first is take 1 of "Fever," a song written by Otis Blackwell under the pseudonym John Davenport and a hit for both Little Wille John and Peggy Lee in 1956 and 1958, respectively. Like Lee's version, Elvis' is just bass and drums, although this take has a longer bass introduction. This great song showcases Elvis' sexuality much like "Love Me" from 1956. Before the first take begins, Elvis says to Chet Atkins, "I hit a few bad notes, but we've got plenty of tape!" It is shame that not all of the tapes from these sessions are intact and available; much is missing from March 20 and 21st, 1960, as well as April 3 and 4th, the date which "Fever" was recorded. After the opening of take 3 of "Like a Baby," Atkins is heard to say, "Pretty rough!" Take 4 of this great R&B song is a performance that only Elvis could have turned in. There is great sax support from Boots Randolph working at his first ever session with Elvis.

The alternate of "Stuck on You" is probably an earlier take since the master was take three. The two takes are very similar in style. This song was not one of Elvis' favorites, but it quickly went to #1 for four weeks in April of 1960. "I Feel So Bad, " which is probably take 1 found on Platinum and song not from the 1960 sessions, is a little looser in this take, but still a fantastic cover of Chuck Willis' 1954 R&B hit. "Dirty, Dirty Feeling" was written by the great Jerry Liebler and Mike Stoller for "King Creole," but is was never recorded during those last hectic 1958 sessions. This alternate take is missing the guitar solo and has less prominent background vocals by the Jordanairs. There is a switch in sound quality midway through the song as the track pans out from one to two speakers. "Thrill of Your Love" is a fantastic dramatic ballad, near gospel in style. For the first 35 seconds of this track, we hear Floyd Cramer trying to get the intro right, for he was the reason for delay. Once again, the Jordanairs' backing vocals are less prominent but Elvis turns in a nice performance.

The alternate take of "Such A Night," which is probably take 1, is truly wonderful and the second gem on this set. It is a full and rocking alternate of Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters' 1954 R&B smash, not just some paltry false starts like on "A Legendary Performer Vol. 2." Why this gem did not make Platinum I will never know? "Are You Lonesome Tonight" was the Colonel's wife's favorite song, and it was at his instigation that Elvis recorded it; this outtake is simple and eloquent. The fact that BMG had this take and refused to release it on the Platinum box really bothers me; this is why we need importers like Bilko. Who knows how many unheralded treasures remain buried in the vaults?

"Girl Next Door Went A'Walking" was written by Thomas Wayne, the singer of "Tragedy," a hit in 1959 on the Fernwood record label that had been produced by Scotty Moore. This outtake is another gem; in fact, this song is one of the most overlooked on the "Elvis Is Back" album. At the end of the song, Elvis yells, "Hold It! Hey!" to the guitarist for playing wildly at the end. Take 1 of 'A Mess of Blues, " recently released on Platinum and in better quality, sounds a little hissy on this release. Despite this flaw, this is another magnificent version of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman's first composition for Elvis. Unfortunately, it was the B-side to the #1 "Its Now or Never," reaching only #32 during the summer of 1960. This take becomes especially hilarious when the drummer makes a mistake and Elvis laughs out loud. "It Feels So Right" take 3 had also been recently released on Platinum, and was one of Elvis' favorite songs from the March sessions because it reminded him of "One Night With You." This take is true down and dirty blues, and listen out at 1:10 into the song for an muffled expletive.

On Volume 4 of this series, there are many outtakes of "Fame and Fortune," but few compare to this alternate. It took over 15 takes to get the master, which would eventually reach #17 in the spring of 1960 as the B-side of "Stuck On You." This alternate take sounds like a later take, for the song initially began in a higher key and it is missing the answering guitar phrases in the middle of the song. Also note the cute ad-libbed ending by Floyd Cramer. This is a fabulous vocal performance by Elvis and one of the reasons that I bought this set. During March of 1961, almost a year later, Elvis had a #1 hit for two weeks with "Surrender," another song based on Neapolitan standard. This is a good outtake of the song but the guitar is a little distorted. "Working on the Building" comes from the same October 31st, 1960 session and is the fifth gem on this set. During the first twenty seconds of the song, Elvis and the band decide how they want to approach this song. Then the gospel song is performed with a good feel and some terrific harmony vocals. One of the best on the set!

"I'm Comin' Home" is another good alternate take from the March 12-13, 1961 sessions that produced "Something For Everybody." The guitar solo is a little sloppy in the middle and this is probably what did this song in. On take 1 of "It's a Sin," Elvis and the band breakdown during the bridge of the song. Take 2 is very similar to the master, as it features a beautiful trailing coda by Hank Garland. "I Want You With Me" contains a snatch of a try-out take and then the actual take 1, which has already been released on Collector's Gold. At the end of it, Elvis as producer asks for a playback.

Disc two of the set kicks off with two outtakes of the series' title, "There Always Me," from the March 12th and 13th sessions that made up "Something For Everybody." This song is a fine, dramatic ballad that is laced with a lot of tension added by Elvis. On take two, his voice is a little too high in some spots, ruining an otherwise good take. Take 6 breaks down when his cousin Gene walks in right at the beginning of the take. In a somewhat angry tone, Elvis says to him, "What the hell are you all doin' . . . . we're right in the middle of a take." Take 1 of "Starting Today is a fine take that is very similar to the master. On take 1 of "Sentimental Me," Elvis' voice is a little scratchy in places, probably due to the long sessions. Again it is similar to the original, though, there is a big drum crash at the end.

During the outtakes of "Judy," we actually hear Elvis playing some rhythm guitar, a rarity at a post 1960 Nashville session. He is instructing the band how to play the intro. Take 1 has a little heavier backbeat. These four songs show us that this material was not as strong as the 1960 sessions' material, a major problem for Elvis. Just before two false starts of "Put the Blame on Me," one of the few rockers from the 1961 sessions, we hear Elvis jokingly reciting a few lines from "Starting Today." The first two attempts at the song are aborted because Elvis burps and his voices cracks, respectively, in exactly the same spot. Then, he and the band run though a great outtake of the song, one that is full of vigor and aggressiveness.

The next four songs date from Elvis' October 15th and 16th, 1961 sessions, which produced the #1 hit "Good Luck Charm" and two songs destined for "Elvis for Everyone." One of these was "For the Millionth and the Last Time," and on this release, we are given three outtakes. Take 2 is very similar to the original but Elvis forgets the lyric near the end of the song, rendering this take useless. Take 6 was later released on "Elvis Latino" by BMG Argentina in 1996; on this take, the piano answers the vocal in a higher key, and the tempo is a little sped up. Take 10 is quickly aborted when Elvis loses track of the lyric and becomes immediately apologetic. Take 1 of "Good Luck Charm" was originally released in Europe on the E.P. Collection, Vol.2, in 1982. The song was a #1 hit for Elvis in April of 1962 and was the second of three duets with the Jordanaires' Gordon Stoker. Just before take 1 begins, Elvis is overheard saying to the band, "If you goof up, just keep going." In fact, near the end of the take, Elvis mentions that someone has goofed. Take 2 breaks down because the tempo is too slow for Elvis' liking. Take 3 also breaks down midway through, but for no apparent reason.

Take 2 of "Anything That's Part of You" is another fine, dramatic version of the song. During the ending of the song, you can hear Elvis' passion for the lyric, as if he were remembering his dead mother. Buried as a B-side to "Good Luck Charm," the song only made it to #31 on the Hot 100 during the spring of 1962. Elvis must have heard something in this take he didn't like for this is a magnificent take. "I Met Her Today is another good Don Robertson song which challenges Elvis' vocal ability. Take 1 is very similar to the master. Take 7 is another fantastic version of the song that showcases Elvis going into vocal orbit during the bridge, as if an alligator had him by the foot. This is a must have take!

The next four songs come from the March 19th, 1962 sessions that made up the bulk of "Pot Luck" and his second single release of 1962. Takes 1 and 2 of "I Feel That I've Know You Forever" are very similar to the master of this great and very underrated Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman song. These takes are two very fine versions. "Just Tell Her Jim Said Hello" was Jerry Liebler and Mike Stoller's attempt at writing a country song, and when released as the B-side to "She's Not You" in the summer of 1962, only reached as high as #55. On take 2 of the song, Elvis' voice is not as deep in some parts as it would be on the eventual master, take 6. Take 5, which should really be called 5a, is an attempt by Elvis and the musicians to experiment with different instrumentation for the song, done in a higher key, and with a faster tempo. Take 5b, which is listed as take 6 on the back cover, is quite similar to the released master.

Bilko saved some of the best outtakes for the latter half of the disc, and boy, are the following outtakes great!! "Suspicion" has always been a very underrated song in the Elvis' cannon even by his own record company, RCA. The fact that Elvis vocal clone Terry Stafford had a massive top three hit with the song in the summer of 1964 is hard to swallow, especially given the fact that RCA had released the song as the B-side to "Kiss Me Quick" in April of 1964. What was RCA thinking? Anyway, this great, dramatic song is highlighted by two alternate versions. Take 1 is a little slower than master, and the word enunciation is not as tight, but nevertheless, it is a fantastic alternate. Take 2 has the same tempo as the master, and probably would have been used had not Elvis substituted the word tears for fears during the last verse. "She's Not You" became a #5 hit for Elvis during the summer of 1962, and is one of the few songs written by Pomus, Liebler and Stoller. Take 1 is a little shorter than the master, but still very similar. Following the false start on the following take, which was caused by one of the Jordanaires being too loud, Elvis scolds Lamar Fike, one of his hired hands, for making fun of the singer. Again take 2 is very similar to master, even down to the vocal inflections during the piano solo.

The concluding four songs come from the May 26th, 1963 sessions that were intended for an album later that summer, but instead were scattered among several releases; they would all be gathered together for the "The Lost Album" in 1992. Take 2 of "Echoes of Love" breaks down instantly due to Elvis. Take 3 is close to the master, take 10, but lacks the rich instrumentation. "Please Don't Drag That String Around" was a fantastic Otis Blackwell and Winfield Scott song that unfortunately failed to chart during the summer of 1963 as the B-side of "You're the Devil in Disguise." The following are some of the best outtakes on disc two. Take 1 is a fabulous outtake that is a little less polished. Take 4 falls apart in the middle due to a drummer's mistake, as does take 5, which is almost like the master version of the song, take 6. "You're the Devil in Disguise" went to #3 in the charts in the summer of 1963 in spite of the fact that it was written by Giant, Baum, and Kaye, probably the worst songwriting team under contract to Hill and Range to ever write for Elvis. Take 1 breaks down immediately due to the bass player; to him, Elvis says, "Don't make it so big!" Take 2 also breaks down because Elvis flubs the lyric. Upon aborting the take, Elvis asks, "How did it sound up to there, Freddy," meaning Freddy Beinstock one of the owners of Hill and Range, Elvis' main supplier of original songs until the 1970s. Take 3 is very similar to the master, but the guitar solo isn't as smooth and Elvis laughs midway through the take. These are some of the best outtakes on the entire disc, and well worth getting.

"Never Ending" appeared as the B-side to "Such A Night" in the summer of 1964. Take 1 is complete with Elvis ending the track after two minutes by saying "okay!" Take 2 falls apart because Floyd Cramer goes wild on the piano. Upon hearing this, Elvis says, "Man, I was just up here enjoying the hell out of myself!" In a sense, that is how one can see Volume 1 of "There's Always Me." Bilko did a fabulous job with this release, and left us wanting more. They would not disappoint us with Volume 2! In conclusion, Volume 1 is well worth getting, is real treat for every Elvis fan, and the sound quality is perfect!! Don't let this one pass you by, or as the Colonel would say, "Don't You Dare Miss It!"

Review by Mike Cavino

Sound: 8 out of 10.


Yes 2008-11-07 Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton, NH

Yes (Howe, Squire, White)
Friday, November 7, 2008
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Hampton, New Hampshire, USA
"Alien Ballroom" - REMASTERED

Taper:       SolitaryPine
Mastering:   SolitaryPine
Remastering: MOB
Artwork:     Andersonic
Location:    Dead Center at the Soundboard
Source:      Edirol R-09 w/Internal Mics AGC=OFF, LOW CUT=OFF,
             MIC GAIN=LOW,  [WAV 16bit/44.1kHz]

01. Firebird Suite
02. Siberian Khatru
03. I've Seen All Good People
04. Heart Of The Sunrise
05. Tempus Fugit
06. Onward
07. Astral Traveler
08. Close To The Edge
09. Parallels

01. And You And I
02. Mood For A Day (aborted)
03. Clap
04. Long Distance Runaround
05. The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)
06. Aliens (Are Only Us From The Future)
07. Machine Messiah
08. Soon
09. Starship Trooper
10. Owner Of A Lonely Heart
11. Roundabout

Remastering notes:

This is a remastered 2CD version of the original recording from SolitaryPine
Productions [SP012] (see original info file below), which was torrented here:

After having downloaded the original 3CD version, I decided to make my own
version. First, to make it fit on 2CDs. But also because I thought the raw
recording had great potential and would sound fantastic with some adjustments.

The raw recording is very boomy, with bass frequencies dominating the spectrum
and burrying the other parts (even Squire's bass lines are sometimes "covered"
by the bass drum sound). After trying a lot of different EQ settings, I found
a satisfactory one, making the music much clearer, revealing details in vocals,
guitars and keyboards. In most of the cases, Squire's lines are more detailed
too, once we get rid of the excessive level of the bass drum.

After EQing, levels adjusting, editing and re-indexing, the resulting remaster
sounds excellent, still natural with solid bass  and good balance between the

Actually, I was so happy with the result that I contacted SolitaryPine so that
he could judge by himself. And he approved my remaster! :-)
So, I have to thank him twice: first for having taped and shared his great
recording with us, and secondly for letting me share this remastered version.



ORIGINAL INFO FILE for the 3CD raw version:

Yes (Howe, Squire, White)
Friday, November 7, 2008
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
Hampton, New Hampshire, USA
"Alien Ballroom"

SolitaryPine Productions [SP012]

Taper:      SolitaryPine
Mastering:  SolitaryPine
Artwork:    Andersonic
Location:   Dead Center at the Soundboard
Source:     Edirol R-09 w/Internal Mics AGC=OFF, LOW CUT=OFF,
        MIC GAIN=LOW,  [WAV 16bit/44.1kHz]
Conversion: Master WAVs - PC - Editing/Tracking - FLAC
Editing:    Cool Edit Pro 2.1 [fades, 3dB boost],
        CDWAV CUE for tracking
checksums:  TLH ~ FLAC fingerprints & MD5

~~ DISC 1 ~~ (52:11)

Firebird Suite (2:52)
Siberian Khatru (10:00)
Your Move / All Good People (7:29)
Heart Of The Sunrise (12:34)
Tempus Fugit (6:15)
Onward (5:29)
Astral Traveler (7:32)

~~ DISC 2 ~~  (52:45)

Close To The Edge (20:45)
Parallels (6:47)
And You And I (12:10)
Mood For A Day (aborted) / Clap (5:38)
Long Distance Runaround/The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus) (7:25)

~~ DISC 3 ~~ (53:42)

Aliens (Are Only Us From The Future) (6:02)
Machine Messiah (10:55)
Soon (7:25)
Starship Trooper (13:40)

Owner Of A Lonely Heart  (6:12)
Roundabout (9:28)


It is my utmost pleasure to bring you this release.

This was the the 3rd show of the "In The Present" tour.
It was the first show of the US leg of the tour.

It was obvious that it's early in the tour. It will take a few more
shows to get it everything working like a well oiled wheel.

The venue - well - all I can say is, thank God I was able to get
the "best seat in the house" for my R-09. Well above the floor and
the noise of the crowd. Who would think that 1800 seats would be
so noisy!!

I usually tape with my Core Sound Binaural mics, but tonight was an
exception to that rule.  Our seats were in an aweful location for
taping, so we found a seat upgrade path for the trusty Edirol and we
went with it. The new location prevented the CSB's from being used.
But, it's amazing what the internal mics can pull off if you have
a great location.

My rating: I give it an A+ for the recording, and a B+ for the

The aborted Mood for a Day was due to Steve starting to to play and
then got frustrated and said "Cmon really" as he switched
guitars and jumped into Clap. I think he might have been unhappy
with the sound or the tuning. They had quite a few sound and tempo
problems all night.  Let's leave it at the fact that a small venue,
made out of wood, tends to be challenging for audio as well.

Remember back in 1971 when they played this same venue?
Yes opened for Jethro Tull. That show resulted in a riot which ended
up causing the National Guard to get called in, and closed the venue
to shows for a decade.
Visit to read more about that.

This recording is "raw" and no equalization was performed, only
amplification (3dB) and fades were made with CE Pro.

I want to thank Steve K. for accompanying me to the show this night.
If it was not for him, this recording would not exist.
It's amazing what two former sound guys can do!

I also want to thank Winston for offering, on Yesfans, to do artwork
for people.  Yet another splendidly amazing job! Dank je!
Visit his website at

If you search for SolitaryPine, you can find my roio trade website.


The following keywords will help you locate Yes torrents on tracker
Torrent Keyword: yestorrent
You can also search for 'Roundabout'.  Enjoy!



This recording should never be sold (or bought)!
Please do not trade in MP3 or other lossy formats.
Thanks to those who pay it forward and share it back.
Please support Yes by seeing them live, and puchasing their albums.
Visit their website at
Also partake in the forums.

Upped by SolitaryPine - November 2008


Bruce Springsteen 1984-11-19 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO(CC360-62)

Bruce Springsteen
Kansas City Night (Crystal Cat 360-62)

November 19, 1984 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO

Silver cds - dBpoweramp - flac level 6

Disc 1:
01 Born In The U.S.A.
02 Prove It All Night
03 Out In The Street
04 Atlantic City
05 Johnny 99
06 Reason To Believe
07 Nebraska
08 Bye Bye Johnny
09 Darlington County
10 Glory Days
11 I'm Goin' Down

Disc Two:
01 The Promised Land
02 My Hometown
03 Badlands
04 Thunder Road
05 Cover Me
06 Dancing In The Dark
07 Hungry Heart
08 Cadillac Ranch
09 No Surrender
10 I'm On Fire

Disc Three:
01 The story of Garden Of Eden
02 Pink Cadillac
03 Bobby Jean
04 intro to Racing in the street
05 Racing in the street
06 Jungleland
07 Born To Run
08 Devil with a blue dress on / Good Golly Miss Molly
09 C.C. Rider / Jenny take a ride
10 Travellin' band
11 Kansas City / Devil with the blue dress on
12 Twist & Shout
13 Do You Love Me / Twist and shout
14 Prisoner of rock'n roll
15 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Artwork included


#SAB 041-042 Sound & Vision Volume 4

Sound & Vision Volume 4

1 CD & 1 CD-Rom
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 041-042
Disc Length : 72:09 / 71:38
Source : Soundboard / Broadcast
Sound Quality : EX
Year Of Release : 1998


Disc 1 (Audio)

Essence Awards : 10th April 1998 (Broadcast  21st May 1998)

1. The Christ   2. Accepts Award

The Today Show : 29th May 1998

3. Stop On By   4. Interview   5. Free   6. Sweet Thing   7. Release Yourself   8. Days Of Wild   9. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)   10. Come On

Vibe : 8th June 1998

11. Let's Work   12. Delirious - Rock N' Roll Is Alive (outro)   13. Interview   14. Free   15. Sweet Thing   16. Just Be My Lady   17. Spoon   18. The One

Good Morning America : 1st July 1998

19. Interview

The Tonight Show : 24th July 1998

20. Come On   21. Come On (Remix)

Disc 2 (Video)

As Above (Video Footage)


Joe Bonamassa 2008-03-19 De Handelsbeurs Gent

Joe Bonamassa
19 march 2008
De Handelsbeurs

A zimmy21 recording !!

Sound quality : I can't do better !!!

Listen to the samples . To my opinion , better than a soundboard !!

Source : SP-CMC-10 > battery SP-SPSB-1 (95 hz) > Edirol R-09 > PC > EAC > Wav > Flac

Size :   525 Mb

Disc 01  : 62.36 minutes

01. Bridge to better days
02. Walk in my shadows
03. So many roads
04. Mountain time
05. Another kind of love
06. Sloe Gin
07. Highwater everywhere
08. Your funeral and my trial
09. Don't burn down that bridge
10. Woke up dreaming

Disc 02   : 38.08 minutes

01. Just got paid
02. - crowd -
03. One of these days
04. Asking around for you
05. - crowd -
06. Ball peen hammer
07. New day yesterday

Not for sale !!!
Trading only !!!
Support the artist, buy his records !!


Neil Young 1987-08-28 Great Woods Mansfield, MA

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, Massachusetts, USA

Lineage:unknown epuipment > 1gen analog transfer > CDR > EAC > HD > Flacfrontend(Level 8) > Dime > You

CD 1:
My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue) 
Heart Of Gold
This Note's For You
Comes A Time 
Last Of His Kind 
For The Turnstiles 
The Needle And The Damage Done 
Sugar Mountain 
Don't Take Your Love Away From Me
Welcome To The Big Room 
This Note's For You
Mr. Soul 
Cinnamon Girl
Prisoners Of Rock 'n' Roll
Down By The River
Playtime:78.48 min.

CD 2:
Too Lonely
Name Of Love
Mideast Vacation
Long Walk Home 
Like A Hurricane
Tonight's The Night
Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
Playtime:57.25 min.

Nice recording,between TTN and HHMM a cut
MD5 checkfile include
Thanks to Tom at Sugar Mountain

and GOTR

Enjoy! Please do not sell or encode to mp3. Never ever!!!
Share it with your friends.

transfered and edited years ago
uploaded on dimeadozen by schwinn 2/11


Pink Floyd 1971-02-13 Students Union Bar, Technical College, Farnborough, Hampshire, England

Pink Floyd
February 13, 1971
Students Union Bar, Technical College, Farnborough, Hampshire, England

Lineage: cas(1)>DAT(2)>FLAC
Playback: Tascam DA-20mkII>Waveterminal 2496>CEP (@16-bit, 44.1kHz)>WAV>CD Wave>FLAC
Editing: Normalize, fades
Transfer: Travis Simpson

Atom Heart Mother
The Embryo
Careful With That Axe, Eugene
Astronomy Domine
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
A Saucerful of Secrets

This is a request from "fatoldpig" from many months ago - very sorry it took this long.  This is a DAT clone from the tape that "lordsnooty" has
discussed on this forum, the DAT generations having one person between us.  Here is what he had to say about it:

"It was recorded by NJ Kissoon. He was a Hatfield and the North and Henry Cow collector. I was given his address by someone I met at one
of the Wembley 77 shows. He only had one Floyd tape so I asked for a copy which he kindly sent me in January 1978."

There does seem to be, for some reason, slightly better tapes out there, as I have heard a mildly better sounding 3rd gen tape recently (better
highs and a bit more "bright" overall).  This would be a different 3rd gen tape than was used for "Close the Blinds."  At any rate, here you go
for those interested...



Gov't Mule 1994-12-01 Wetlands New York City, NY

Gov't Mule
New York City, NY
December 1, 1994

Source: audience recording (taper/details unknown)

Disc 1 - 1st Set:
01 Rocking Horse > (4:20)
02 Blind Man In The Dark > (6:22)
03 Mr. Big > (6:36)
04 Mother Earth (10:42)
05 The Same Thing (10:43)
06 Left Coast Groovies > (6:51)
07 World Of Difference > (10:15)
08 Sin's A Good Man's Brother (12:04)

Disc 2 - 2nd Set:
01 End Of The Line (7:18)
02 Monkey Hill > (5:35)
03 She's So Heavy jam > (1:14)
04 Gambler's Roll (7:58)
05 Politician (7:34)
06 Just Got Paid * > (6:20)
07 Hoochie Coochie Man * (8:46)
08 Born Under A Bad Sign * (11:40)
09 Look On Yonder Wall ** (10:41)

Setlist Notes:
*  Hook Herrera on harmonica
** Danny Louis on organ and Hook Herrera on harmonica


KISS 2017-05-23 Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany


Frankfurt, Germany



audience recording

Taper: Millslane
Recorder: IRiver H320
Microphone: Sony ECM-719
Format: 44kHz / 16 bit
Trackpslit with Wavelab 5
Flac encoded with TLH level 8


Intro: Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin)
Shout It Out Loud
Paul: Honor For Manchester
Paul: Can't Hear You
Lick It Up
I Love It Loud
Shock Me
Guitar Solo Tommy
Flaming Youth
Bass Solo
God of Thunder
Crazy Crazy Nights
War Machine
Say Yeah
Paul flies
Psycho Circus
Black Diamond 1
Black Diamond 2
Rock and Roll All Nite
Encore Break
I Was Made for Lovin' You
Detroit Rock City
Outro: God Gave Rock 'n' Roll to You II

complete show: 107min.


Van Halen 1980-05-09 Spectrum Philadelphia, PA

Van Halen
May 9, 1980

aud>unknown.gen.cassette>SonyTCWE435>PioneerPDR- O4>CDR>EAC>WAV>Trader'sLittleHelper>FLAC

Quality: C+

Romeo Delight (joined in progress)
Bottoms Up!
Drum Solo
Running With The Devil
Tora Tora Tora/Loss of Control
Take Your Whiskey Home
Dance The Night Away
Women In Love
Jamie's Cryin'
Feel Your Love Tonight
Take A Break/Big City Blues
Everybody Wants Some!
And The Cradle Will Rock...
Light Up The Sky
Spanish Fly/Guitar Solo
Aint Talkin' 'Bout Love
Ice Cream Man
You Really Got Me/Happy Birthday

Notes: The last show of this spring leg of the 1980 U.S. tour, then it was off to Europe for some dates and they wouldn't go back until 1984. Interestingly the band played the Spectrum on May 7, then traveled to New Haven, then came back to the Spectrum for this gig. It's Alex's birthday this night.
Not a great recording, but not all together unenjoyable once you adjust your "bootleg ears."
A bit of a rarity, not traded very heavily back in the day.


Oasis 1995-02-11 Deep Ellum Live, Dallas, TX

Deep Ellum Live, Dallas, TX, USA
11th February 1995

Lineage: CD-r Trade > EAC > Wav > Traders Little Helper > Flac

Source: Audience [DAT] / A

1. Rock N Roll Star
2. Columbia
3. Fade Away
4. Digsy's Dinner
5. Shakermaker
6. Live Forever
7. Headshrinker
8. Up In The Sky
9. Bring It On Down
10. Slide Away
11. (It's Good) To Be Free
12. Cigarettes & Alcohol
13. Married With Children
14. Supersonic
15. I Am The Walrus


Led Zeppelin 1969-02-14 North Miami Beach, Florida We're Unknown(Tarantura2000)

Led Zeppelin 1969-02-14 North Miami Beach, Florida We're Unknown(Tarantura)

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: 1969-02-14
Venue: Thee Image Club
Location: North Miami Beach, Florida, USA
Source: Audience
Lineage: My Silver > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC

Title: We'er Unknown (2CD)
Label: Tarantura

Disc One
01.The Train Kept A Rollin'
02.I Can't Quit You
03.Dazed And Confused
04.Killing Floor
05.Baby, I'm Gonna Leave You
06.How Many More Times

Disc Two
01.White Summer / Black Mountain Side
02.As Long As I Have You medley
03.You Shook Me
04.Pat's Delight

Art and checksum included


Neil Young 1987-09-01- Blossom Music Theater Cuyahoga Falls, OH

Neil Young & Crazy Horse, 1987-09-01- Blossom Music Theater, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Here's a nice sounding show from the 1987 Life Tour w/ Crazy Horse, the best sounding that I have from that tour.

Source: 1st generation cassette -> DAT -> PC -> Adobe Audition -> Flac

   1. My My, Hey Hey
   2. Heart Of Gold
   3. This Note's For You
   4. The Old Laughing Lady
   5. Farmer's Song
   6. Someday
   7. Ohio
   8. Sugar Mountain
   9. Don't Take Your Love Away From Me
  10. Welcome To The Big Room
  11. This Note's For You
  12. Mr. Soul
  13. Cinnamon Girl
  14. Too Lonely
  15. Down By The River
  16. The Needle And The Damage Done
  17. Mideast Vacation
  18. Long Walk Home
  19. Name Of Love
  20. Powderfinger
  21. Like A Hurricane
  22. Hey Hey, My My
  23. Tonight's The Night

  Neil Young - vocals, guitar, piano, banjo, harmonica
  Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards
  Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
  Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
  Ben Keith - alto saxophone
  Larry Cragg - baritone saxophone