Monday, April 23, 2018

John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 068-069



Episode 068
89-20: "Lennon Remembers" The Jan. '69 Get Back Sessions (May 8-14, 1989)
...With A Little Help From Ringo
Get Back - The Beatles (Past Masters vsn.; partial)
Across The Universe/Rock & Roll Music - The Beatles (unrel.)
The Get Back Rehearsals
Across The Universe - The Beatles (unrel. mix; partial)
Across The Universe - The Beatles (unrel. Get Back vsn.)
Get Back - The Beatles (unrel. "fast" Get Back vsn.)
Shakin' In The Sixties - John w/ The Beatles (unreleased Get Back jam)
John & Pacifist Views: Would He Fight?
I Don't Want To Be A Soldier - John Lennon (Imagine vsn.) [partial]
I Don't Want To Be A Soldier - John Lennon (first pass; unrel.)
The Get Back Sessions Begin
"Magic Alex" tests the Apple Studios
Medley: Rip It Up/Shake Rattle & Roll/Kansas City/Miss Ann/Lawdy, Miss Clawdy - The Beatles (unreleased Get Back jam)
Get Back: Let It Be...PLEASE!!!
The One After 909 - The Beatles (unrel. Get Back acetate vsn.)


Episode 069
89-21 (May 15-21, 1989)
Another Tall Tale From The Land Of Oz (Magazine)
[God Save Us - John Lennon (demo) (partial)]
John & Yoko's Radio Free London/Oz Magazine Message [w/ "(Keep Right On Till The End Of The Road)"]
[John & Yoko intro to "God Save Us"]
God Save Us - Bill Elliot & The Elastic Oz Band
Another Run Through Strawberry Fields
Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles (Takes 5 & 6)
LLT Rock & Roll Hero Spotlight: Little Richard
Long Tall Sally - Little Richard (partial)
Long Tall Sally - The Beatles (BBC, "Top Gear" #1, 16 Jul '64)
Rip It Up/Ready Teddy - John Lennon (unrel. rough mix)
Two Tittenhurt Takes (Summer '71)
How Do You Sleep - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band (unrel. early rehearsal)
Well (Baby Please Don't Go) - John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band (unrel. outtake)
Double Fantasy Demos (previously unaired takes)
I'm Crazy - J L (Take 1, 2nd Batch; "Wheels" prototype)
Beautiful Boy - J L (double-tracked guitar)
Cleanup Time - J L (pno)


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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Led Zeppelin 1973-05-19 Tarrant County Convention Center Fort Worth, TX



Led Zeppelin
May 19th, 1973
Tarrant County Convention Center
Fort Worth, Texas

The Butter Queen - Moonchild Records


101. Rock And Roll
102. Celebration Day
103. Black Dog
104. Over The Hills And Far Away
105. Misty Mountain Hop
106. Since I've Been Loving You
107. No Quarter
108. The Song Remains The Same
109. The Rain Song

201. Dazed And Confused
202. Stairway To Heaven


Lineage:
Silvers > db cd ripper > flac > you

Contrast clause

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=580704 2nd gen Sbd tape
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=543704 remaster of above
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=543689 tarantura
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=469708 midas touch

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The Rolling Stones 1975-06-01 State University Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, LA



THE ROLLING STONES - BATON ROUGE 1975 (1st show)
(Silkcut1978 source)

LINEAGE:
Silkcut1978 nice tape -> DIME torrent -> me -> CDRs [using nero7] -> WAV (EAC v0.99 prebeta 5 - secure, Offset "actual") -> FLAC (flacfrontend, level 6) -> You

VENUE/DATE:
State University Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
June 1st 1975 [1st show]

QUALITY:
Good - Very Good Audience

PERFORMANCE:
There's a LOT of energy here - I absolutely love this show. Much better than the 2nd show that day, allthough that one is quite good as well
Rolling Stones seems both fueled with energy AND nervous - which makes a good combination.....Baton Rouge 1975 1st show is one of a kind....!

It's worth mentioning that this is Ronnie Wood's FIRST concert with the Rolling Stones. And he does a great job.....as well as all other members of the band
The setlist features some rarities; Rocks Off, Luxury and Dance Little Sister
Why didn't they continue having Dance Little Sister and Luxury in the setlist for the 1975 Tour Of The Americas ? Those 2 songs are the highlights in this Baton Rouge show (IMO), as well as all other 1975 shows in which they performed these 2 tracks

COMMENTS:
I downloaded this recording in 2006 - from DIME. At the time, I had a tiny hard-drive, and therefor didn't store the torrents, but burned them to CDR. This torrent here is a rip from such CDRs.
This recording was shared by mr Silkcut1978, taken from his tapes. Many thanks to him
I never put up CDR-copies of previous torrents on tracker. It's better to have the whole torrent intact - and then reseeding it
But I'm doing an exception in this case, as I was STUNNED by the difference between the DAC release (which I recieved on silver yesterday) and this Silkcut1978 share

COMMENTS #2:
The best "bootleg" of this historical show is DAC's "Somewhere Over The Rainbow".
This torrent here features the exact same recording, but in way better soundquality. I don't know if DAC just completely butchered the Silkcut1978 torrent by "EQ-work", or if they put out a higher generation tape of this recording.
Anyway - THIS torrent is a grand upgrade (IMO) over all bootlegs. Especially over the VGP release "First Night Stand" (which is a completely different recording of the same show)

COMMENTS #3:
The bonus track is taken from a "well known" TV report of Baton Rouge 1975. Great quality - but incomplete.

ARTWORK
Selfmade artwork included. I made them years ago for my own enjoyment, but I'm including them in this torrent.....hope they are decent enough.

THANKSES:
All the thankses goes to Silkcut1978. He is the one who kindly shared his tapes - from trades, way back then.
Also thanks to the person who recorded this concert of course.


TRACKLIST:

DISC 1:

01. Honky Tonk Women
02. All Down The Line
03. If You Can't Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
04. You Gotta Move
05. Rocks Off
06. Ain't Too Proud To Beg
07. Star Star
08. Gimme Shelter
09. You Can't Always Get What You Want
10. Band Introductions
11. Happy
12. Tumbling Dice


DISC 2:

01. Luxury
02. Fingerprint File
03. Angie
04. That's Life (Billy Preston)
05. Outa Space (Billy Preston)
06. Dance Little Sister
07. Brown Sugar
08. It's Only Rock 'n' Roll
09. Jumpin' Jack Flash
10. Rip This Joint
11. Street Fighting Man
12. Midnight Rambler

BONUS TRACK:
*13. All Down The Line [taken from TV broadcast = video ] *


Enjoy.....Erik Snow, August 2010

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Neil Young 1989-09-09 Red Rocks Amphitheater Morrison, CO

Neil Young
Red Rocks Amphitheater
Morrison, Colorado
1989-09-09

Source - Beyer M201s > Sony WM-D6C > Master Cassette (Maxell MX90) > VHS HiFi (Maxell XL120)
Transfer - Panasonic AG-5210 > M-Audio 2496 > Sound Forge 8 > 16bit @ 44.1 kHz > Flac (by Dub Irie 2007-02-26)

Neil Young w/ Ben Keith, Pancho San Pedro

Setlist:

01 - My My, Hey Hey
02 - Rockin' In The Free World
03 - Sugar Mountain
04 - Someday
05 - Helpless
06 - Pocahontas
07 - Crime In The City
08 - Talking
09 - This Old House
10 - Too Far Gone
11 - Roll Another Number
12 - This Note's For You
13 - The Needle And The Damage Done
14 - No More
15 - After The Goldrush
16 - Heart Of Gold
17 - Ohio
18 - Rockin' In The Free World
19 - Powderfinger

This circulated previously on Dime in 2006 and the torrent was missing Track 05 - "Helpless". This is the full show and was recently re-mastered on better equipment from the original HiFi back-up recording of the master cassette (which is missing). It sounds much better than the previous seed and is a killer aud from a classic show. There are level fluctuations between 0:40 and 1:10 but it stays even for the rest of the show.  - Dub Irie

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Eric Clapton 2001-08-15 America West Arena Phoenix, AZ


Eric clapton
Got You On My mind
America West Arena,
Phoenix, Arizona US
August 15 2001
Joil
Aud

Disc 1
    * Key to the highway (Acoustic, EC solo)
    * Reptile (Instrumental)
    * Got you on my mind (Acoustic)
    * Tears in heaven (Acoustic)
    * Bell bottom blues (Acoustic)
    * Change the world (Acoustic)
    * My father's eyes
    * River of tears
    * Goin' down slow

Disc 2
    * I want a little girl
    * Badge
    * Hoochie coochie man
    * Stormy Monday
    * Cocaine
    * Wonderful tonight
    * Layla
    * Will it go round in circles (Encore, Billy Preston vocals)
    * Sunshine of your love (Encore)
    * Somewhere over the rainbow (Encore)

Band Lineup
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Nathan East Bass, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Guitar, Vocals
Steve Gadd Drums
David Sancious Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar
Billy Preston Keyboards, Vocals

MD5
Trade CD - FLAC
Artwork  included
Do Not Sell Trade Only
Uploaded For Your Enjoyment By WAYNE

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King Crimson 1973-10-23 Apollo Glasgow, Scotland

King Crimson
Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland
23 October 1973

KCCC Live Download

Disc 1
01 Sharks' Lungs in Lemsip
02 LTIA pt.1
03 Announcement
04 Easy Money
05 We'll Let You Know
06 The Night Watch
07 Fracture
08 Lament

Disc 2
01 Book of Saturday
02 Tight Scrummy
03 Exiles
04 Improv IV
05 The Talking Drum
06 LTIA pt.2
07 Peace - A Theme
08 Car Food

Robert Fripp: Guitar & Mellotron
David Cross: Violin & Mellotron
John Wetton: Bass & Vocals
Bill Bruford: Drums & Percussion
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Trade Freely. Never Sell.
Support the Artist: Purchase ALL authorized releases.
Support the Trading Community: Never Encode to lossy formats.
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text file updated, compiled & copy-edited by lovesick alien 2010

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Blue Oyster Cult 2000-01-29 The Bottom Line New York City, NY(late show)

BLUE OYSTER CULT
2000-01-29
The Bottom Line
New York City, NY, USA

late show

A SMORES DAT MASTER
KRW&CO TRANSFER

GEAR SONY D7 AND CORE SOUND BINAURAL/KAO KD-4/60S DATS

LINEAGE AUDIENCE DAT MASTER(48KHZ)>SONY PCM R-300 DAT>FIBER OPTIC>CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240
WAV (16/48KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR TRACK MARKS AND TAPE CHANGE EDIT WAV 16/48> TLH FLAC (LEVEL 8)

additional lineage: 48 kHz to 44.1 kHz conversion with r8brain by Scabbyman (December 2014)


THE BAND
ERIC BLOOM VOCALS GUITAR KEYBOARDS
BUCK DHARMA GUITAR VOCALS
ALLEN LANIER KEYBOARDS GUITAR
DANNY MIRANDA BASS
BOBBY RONDINELLI DRUMS


setlist:
01 Intro
02 Stairway To The Stars
03 Before The Kiss
04 E.T.I.
05 Harvest Moon
06 Pocket
07 Unknown Tongue
08 Cities On Flame
09 Burnin' For You
10 The Vigil
11 Summer Of Love
12 Astronomy
13 Godzilla
14 (Don't Fear) The Reaper
15 Eye Of The Hurricane
16 The Red & The Black

This show is another from the collection of Smores' who is working to get many old shows transferred and uploaded for others to enjoy.
Some of these shows are seeing the light of day after all of these years- some for the first time since they were taped!
He is currently searching for ANY Warrior Soul, Saigon Kick, Tegan and Sara, Filter, Rose Tattoo, Wildhearts, or Antigone Rising shows.
Also looking for leads to UNCIRCULATED Foo Fighters, UFO or Nine Inch Nails MASTERS. Contact him on DIME if you can help. Thanks


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Blue Oyster Cult 2000-01-29 The Bottom Line New York City, NY(early show)

BLUE OYSTER CULT
2000-01-29
The Bottom Line
New York City, NY, USA

early show

A SMORES DAT MASTER
KRW&CO TRANSFER

GEAR SONY D7 AND CORE SOUND BINAURAL/KAO KD-4/60S DATS

LINEAGE AUDIENCE DAT MASTER(48KHZ)>SONY PCM R-300 DAT>FIBER OPTIC>CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240
WAV (16/48KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR TRACK MARKS AND TAPE CHANGE EDIT WAV 16/48> TLH FLAC (LEVEL 8)

additional lineage: 48 kHz to 44.1 kHz conversion with r8brain by Scabbyman (December 2014)


THE BAND
ERIC BLOOM VOCALS GUITAR KEYBOARDS
BUCK DHARMA GUITAR VOCALS
ALLEN LANIER KEYBOARDS GUITAR
DANNY MIRANDA BASS
BOBBY RONDINELLI DRUMS


Setlist:
01 Intro
02 Stairway To The Stars
03 Me262
04 E.T.I.
05 Harvest Moon
06 Buck's Boogie
07 Joan Crawford
08 Cities On Flame
09 Burnin' For You
10 Harvester Of Eyes
11 Golden Age Of Leather
12 Last Days Of May
13 See You In Black
14 Godzilla
15 (Don't Fear) The Reaper
16 Dominance & Submission

This show is another from the collection of Smores' who is working to get many old shows transferred and uploaded for others to enjoy.
Some of these shows are seeing the light of day after all of these years- some for the first time since they were taped!
He is currently searching for ANY Warrior Soul, Saigon Kick, Tegan and Sara, Filter, Rose Tattoo, Wildhearts, or Antigone Rising shows.
Also looking for leads to UNCIRCULATED Foo Fighters, UFO or Nine Inch Nails MASTERS. Contact him on DIME if you can help. Thanks


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John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 066-067




Episode 066
89-18 (April 24-30, 1989)
A Mid-Summers Night Scream
The Beatles' Shakespeare Send-Up (from "Around The Beatles," 6 May '64)
Roll Over Beethoven - The Beatles (same as above)
Shout - The Beatles (same as above)
John & Yoko Way Out West, Part 2
[I Me Mine - The Beatles (partial)]
Interview w/Elliot, April '73 [about firing Allen Klein, Apple business, and immigration]
Only People - John Lennon (unreleased rough mix)
Back In The Studio With John & Ringo (& George)
I'm The Greatest - John Lennon (2nd pass, unreleased)
John & Yoko Way Out West, Part 3
Oh, My My - Ringo Starr (partial)
[Interview w/Elliot, April '73 (continued) [about their first Hollywood party]]
Rock & Roll People - John Lennon (unreleased alternate take)
One Day At A Time - John Lennon
Mind Games promo (unreleased)
Mind Games - John Lennon (partial)
The Beatles Down Under, Part 5
She Loves You - The Beatles (Festival Hall, Melbourne, 15 June, '64)
Twist & Shout - The Beatles (same as above)
Long Tall Sally - The Beatles (same as above)


Episode 067
89-19 (May 1-7, 1989)
Encore Breakfast Jam w/ Elephant's Memory, Mar. '72
Ain't That A Shame - John Lennon & Elephant's Memory
On The Caribbean - John Lennon & Elephant's Memory
"Forgive Me, My Little Flower Princess" Part 1
Forgive Me, My Little Flower Princess - J.L. (M&H vsn. partial)
Forgive Me, My Little Flower Princess - J.L. (unreleased demo)
Lennon On The Air In Hollywood, Revisited (KHJ/LA, 27 Sept. '74)
Instant Karma - John Lennon/Tower Spot ("Drunk Pop Stars")/Scared - J.L./Walls & Bridges Spot/Intuition - J.L./Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) - J.L./Tobias Spot #4 ("Friends")/Long Tall Sally - Little Richard (partial)
Nobody Loves You (When You're Down & Out) - John Lennon
Rock & Roll Spotlight: Larry Williams
Dizzy Miss Lizzy - Larry Williams (partial)
Dizzy Miss Lizzy - The Beatles (BBC, "The Beatles Invite You To Take A Ticket To Ride," 7 June '65)
Forgive Me, My Little Flower Princess" Part 2
Forgive Me, My Little Flower Princess - J.L. (unrel. rough mix) [take 3]

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Bob Dylan 2018-03-31 Gran Teatre Del Liceu Barcelona, Spain

BOB DYLAN
EL GRAN TAETRE DEL LICEU
BARCELONA
SPAIN
MARCH 31, 2018

Guitar Riffs ( ? )
Things Have Changed
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Highway 61 Revisited
Simple Twist Of Fate
Duquesne Whistle
Melancholy Mood (?)
High Water (For Charley Patton)
Trying To Get To Heaven (Before They Close The Door)
Once Upon A Time (Charles Strouse/Lee Adams)
Pay In Blood
Tangled Up In Blue
Soon After Midnight
Early Roman Kings
Desolation Row
Long And Wasted Years
Thunder On The Mountain
Autumn Leaves (Kosma/Mercer/Prevert)
Love Sick
          *
Blowin' In The Wind
Ballad Of A Thin Man

These recordings are coming in a rather unusual mixture. But here is another fine recording
for you to enjoy from the eternal wanderer, Spot.

Spot and I thank you for the fine comments and thanks.
We have no issue with these recordings  being placed elsewhere, after a week,
if we are credited and would prefer not to see remixes, but thats up to you.

The Caretaker



A SPOT RECORDING
111 mins

This is a SPOT recording (thanks again as ever) and the equipment used was:
 Core Sound High End Binaural (HEB) DPA 4061's with Edirol by Roland R-09
Edited with Magix Audio Premium

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Bob Dylan 2018-03-30 Gran Teatre Del Liceu Barcelona, Spain

BOB DYLAN AND HIS BAND
GRAN TEATRE DEL LICEU
GUITAR BCN 2018 FESTIVAL
30TH MARCH 2018
BARCELONA
CATALONIA

1.INTRO
2.Things Have Changed
3.It Ain't Me, Babe
4.Highway 61 Revisited
5.Simple Twist of Fate
6.Duquesne Whistle
7.Melancholy Mood
8.High Water (For Charley Patton)
9.Tryin' to Get to Heaven
10.Full Moon and Empty Arms
11.Pay in Blood
12.Tangled Up In Blue
13.Soon After Midnight
14.Early Roman Kings
15.Desolation Row
16.Long and Wasted Years
17.Thunder on the Mountain
18.Autumn Leaves
19.Love Sick
20.AUDIENCE
21.Blowin' in the Wind
21.Ballad of a Thin Man

Here's yet another installment from Spot.
Another fine recording for you to enjoy from the eternal wanderer.
And I am sure you will enjoy, a very good recording of an impressive (if famliar) show.

I am NOT Spot. Spot and I are just old (very old!) friends. So
Spot and I thank you for the fine comments and thanks.
We have no issue with these recordings  being placed elsewhere, after a week, if we are credited and
would prefer not to see remixes, but thats up to you.

The Caretaker



A SPOT RECORDING
107 mins

This is a SPOT recording (thanks again as ever) and the equipment used was:
 Core Sound High End Binaural (HEB) DPA 4061's with Edirol by Roland R-09
Edited with Magix Audio Premium

Led Zeppelin 1975-02-08 The Spectrum Philadelphia, PA

Led Zeppelin - "Broad Street Bullies"
February, 8th, 1975, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Spectrum
Audience Recording Merge + Remaster, (A Group/Personal Project)

Lineage:

Source One: "The Sprectrum, 1st Source", (DADGAD), Cassette1 > CD-R(3) >EAC(secure m./read offset corr.) > WAV > FLAC (level7/verify/test) > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac, Level.8, Align On SBE'S > Flac

Source Two: "The City Of Brotherly Zep", (No Label), Aud > Unknown Equipment/Transfer > 2nd Gen. Cassette > CD-R(x) > EAC > FLAC* > FLAC (Level 8) > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac, Level.8, Align On SBE'S > Flac

Label: N/A
Original Tapers: Source 1: N/A
                 Source 2: N/A

Cheers and thanks go out to:

- The tapers, for taping and sharing their recordings with the community, if you're out there, and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy the work that we've done.

- DADGAD, and Didnelp for sharing the the raw recordings used for this project, thank you for sharing with myself, and everyone in the community.

- My mate Porgie for all the help proofing samples, and giving me notes on the final result of the project.

- My mate Mark for once again putting together some great artwork for this release, always a pleasure working with you.

This is a Group/Personal Project by "Those Guys That Have Been Having Alot Of Fun, And It's Only About To Get Funner", The 7th Son, Joel, Porgie, Mark, Mike, And Acapulco Gold.

Dedicated to:

- The original "Broadstreet Bullies", the 1973-1975 Philadelphia Flyers, the heroes, and the villains of the hockey world.
- All the sports fans in Philadelphia, some of the most hardcore sports fans out there.
- And to my mate "Drew" based out of Philly, and attending Temple, all the best to you and the family.


Disc One:

1) Introduction *
2) Rock And Roll * (Tape Cut In Middle Of Song, Cut, Incomplete Song)
3) Sick Again *
4) Over The Hills And Far Away * +
5) In My Time Of Dying *
6) The Song Remains The Same *
7) The Rain Song * +
8) Kashmir *
9) No Quarter *
10) Trampled Underfoot * (Fades Out)

Disc Two:

1) Moby Dick * + (Fades In)
2) Dazed And Confused * (Includes:"San Francisco")
3) Stairway To Heaven * +
4) Whole Lotta Love *
5) Black Dog *
6) Heartbreaker * (Fades Out)

Legend:

*: Source 1
+: Source 2
* +: combination Of Both Sources

Enjoy!

Please Do Not Convert To Lossy Formats
Please Do Not Sell
Please Share With Others

Notes:

This is actually a really good performance from the group that deserves more attention and praise than what it gets.

I actually find it rather surprising that this show isn't held in as high regard as other audience recordings/performances of the 75 tour because all the factors that Zepfans would consider a plus are at this performance.

To quote from Argenteumastrum.com's review of this show:

"Plant's voice has pretty much healed while Page's finger has definitely healed! The performance doesn't crawl like other 1975 shows, it runs!"

You would think that those 2 factors (Plant and Page feeling better than when they started the tour) would make collectors really appreciate this show alot more than what they do, but for some reason, it's pushed aside for the latter shows of the winter 75 tour, and the spring 75 tour.

I think it's overlooked for latter shows in the winter 75 tour, and the spring 75 tour for a few reasons:

1) I believe this show passed over because it's considered to be apart of the Winter 1975 tour, (January-February), and there's a certain stigma about that period of time in the bands career.
It's looked at as more of a warm up than the actual tour, the band were not at their finest (Plant had been suffering from the flu, and Jimmy had injured his finger), they were playing rather sloppily, and Zepfans really don't consider the band to have turned themselves around until they reached New York on (2-12-75).

2) The Spring 75 is an excellent time in the bands career, there are some epic concerts from that time, and excellent recordings captured them ( i.e: Dallas, Long Beach, Seattle, Vancouver, and Inglewood), whereas the winter 75 tour is a time when the band were warming up, and weren't completely at their best (i.e: Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Greensboro).
So it's understandable why the Philly show is overlooked, those were some excellent performances from the group, and the fact that there are both audience and soundboard tapes of those shows is also a swaying factor.

It's a show that hasn't even really been picked up by the bootleggers, the only boot release of this show is "The Spectrum" from the old and defunct Electric Magic label, that was back in the late 90's.

The fact that this show wasn't really picked up by the bootleggers is an issue that I think gives collectors mixed feelings.

Some would consider it a blessing that the bootleggers didn't pick the tape up, that gives the fans the opportunity to release the show, do what they want with it, and keep it free for the community.

On the other hand, some might consider the labels passing on it as a snub, passing judgement upon the recording as not being worthy enough to release, a factor that does indeed affect the way collectors would approach this recording/performance.

If a soundboard tape of this show surfaced, I'm sure more collectors would pick up on this performance, if history has taught us anything, it's that an audience recording will recieve more attention once a soundboard tape pops up.

I'm definately betting that there's a Philly 75 soundboard tape out there, there seems to be a ton of 75 soundboard tapes out there, and they all seem to be in the possession of Empress Valley.

I think we'll see a Philly soundboard tape pop up sometime in the future, it seems more likely that we'll see the Philly tape before we see the Seattle 75 board tapes.

I just hope the labels won't use a really tired and overused title for it like "Philadelphia Special".

For those that may not know, there are 3 recordings of this performance in circulation, 2 audience recordings, and one video recording (colour 8mm footage of the band performing the 1st half of the show, mostly covers "In My Time Of Dying").

Both audience recordings are very good and actually sound quite simular to each other in some places:

- They both have a slight echo to them
- They sound slightly distant from the stage
- They both have more emphasis on the guitar and vocals than bass and drums.

It's possible that both recordings were recorded from the same location.

There are some differences between the tapes though, here's how they differ from each other:

1st Tape Source:

- The 1st tape source starts out kind of rough but settles in and finds it's groove by the time the band gets into "Sick Again".
- The 1st tape source has moments where the tape sort of cuts out, and makes it sound more distant.
- The 1st tape source is the most complete recording of the 2 in circulation, and has all the tracks the band performed that evening. However, songs like "Over The Hills And Far Away", "Moby Dick", and "Stairway To Heaven" are incomplete.

2nd Tape Source:

- The 2nd tape source has a more consistent sound to it, it doesn't suffer from the distance issues that the 1st source has, and is louder and boomier than the 1st source. It also suffers from brief periods of distortion in the channels.
- The 2nd tape source has some tape issues during "Kashmir", the 1st tape source doesn't suffer from these issues.
- The 2nd tape source is more incomplete than the 1st tape source, the taper missed the opening announcements, "Rock And Roll", and "Trampled Underfoot". However, this source does have complete versions of "Over The Hills And Far AwaY", "Moby Dick", and "Stairway To Heaven".

The goals of this project:

The goals we set out for this project were to combine both tape sources together to make as complete a recording as possible, and remaster both tape sources.

What we've done to make this project:

- We've combined both tape sources together to make as complete a recording as possible.
- We've tried to make the transition from source to source as smooth as possible.
- We've remastered both recordings to make them sound as good, and as evenly distributed as possible.
- We've tried to create a feeling of ambiance as much as possible.
- We've reduced as much tape hiss as possible.
- We've tried to bring out things that were buried in the recording (i.e: commentary, cheers, clapping, etc) 


In regards to the title:

The title is a reference to the city's NHL team "The Philadelphia Flyers", it's a nickname that was given to the team in the early to mid 1970's to reference the teams toughness.

Here's some info I found on Wikipedia.org, I hope that it's accurate, or close to accurate:

1972–1978: The Broad Street Bullies

It was during the 1972–73 season that the Flyers shed the mediocre expansion team label and became the intimidating "Broad Street Bullies", a nickname coined by Jack Chevalier and Pete Cafone of the Philadelphia Bulletin on January 3, 1973 after a 3 to 1 brawling victory over the Atlanta Flames that led Chevalier to write in his game account, "The image of the fightin' Flyers spreading gradually around the NHL, and people are dreaming up wild nicknames.

"They're the Mean Machine, the Bullies of Broad Street and Freddy's Philistines."

Cafone wrote the accompanying headline, "Broad Street Bullies Muscle Atlanta".

That same month, Clarke was the youngest player (at that time) in NHL history to be named team captain, replacing Ed Van Impe.

Rick MacLeish became the first Flyer to score 50 goals in a season and the Flyers recorded their first winning season.

An overtime goal by Gary Dornhoefer in Game 5 turned the tide of their first round series with the Minnesota North Stars in the Flyers' favor, as the Flyers got their first playoff series win in six games.

They were outmatched in the semifinals by the Montreal Canadiens, however, losing in five games. After the season, Clarke was awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL's Most Valuable Player.

Goaltender Bernie Parent returned to the franchise in the off-season, and the Flyers proved that the expansion teams could challenge the Original Six in 1973–74.

The Bullies continued their rough-and-tumble ways, led by Dave Schultz's 348 penalty minutes, and reached the top of the West Division with a record of 50–16–12.

The return of Parent proved to be of great benefit as he established himself as one of if not the best goaltender in the league by winning 47 games, a record which stood for 33 years.

Since the Flyers, along with Chicago, allowed the fewest goals in the league, Parent also shared the Vezina Trophy with Boston's Tony Esposito.

Come playoff time, the Flyers swept the Atlanta Flames in four games in the first round. In the semifinals, the Flyers faced the New York Rangers. The series, which saw the home team win every game, went seven games.

Fortunately for the Flyers, they had home-ice advantage as they advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals by winning Game 7. Their opponent, Bobby Orr and the Boston Bruins, took Game 1 in Boston, but Bobby Clarke scored an overtime goal in Game 2 to even the series.

The Flyers won Games 3 and 4 at home to take a 3–1 series lead, but Boston won Game 5 to stave off elimination. That set the stage for Game 6 at the Spectrum. The Flyers picked up the lead early when Rick MacLeish scored a first period goal.

Late in the game, Orr hauled down Clarke on a breakaway, a penalty which assured the Flyers of victory.

Time expired as the Flyers brought the Stanley Cup to Philadelphia for the first time. Parent, having shutout Boston in Game 6, won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Playoff MVP.

During the 1973-74 season, the Flyers introduced what would become one of the team's best-known traditions: playing a recording of Kate Smith singing "God Bless America" instead of the national anthem. The move was initially done by Ed Snider as a way to defray national tensions caused by the Vietnam War and the nascent Watergate scandal: Snider noticed that people would regularly leave their seats and walk around during the anthem, but showed more respect and often sang along to "God Bless America". Smith herself appeared before Game 6 to lead the crowd in the song, even miming a "knockout punch" after her performance. To this day, the team plays the song before major playoff games, currently with Lauren Hart (daughter of Hall of Fame Flyers broadcast announcer Gene Hart) performing the first part of the song, a recording of Smith singing the second part, and Lauren Hart joining the recording for the finale.

In 1974–75, Schultz topped his mark from the previous season by setting an NHL record for penalty minutes (472 in all). Clarke's efforts earned him his second Hart Trophy and Parent was the lone recipient of the Vezina Trophy. The Flyers as a team improved their record slightly with a mark of 51–18–11, the best record in the league. After a first-round bye, the Flyers easily swept the Toronto Maple Leafs and were presented with another New York–area team in the semifinals. The Flyers looked to be headed toward another sweep against the New York Islanders after winning the first three games. The Islanders, however, fought back by winning the next three games, setting up a deciding seventh game. The Flyers were finally able to shut the door on the Islanders, winning Game 7, 4–1.

Facing Buffalo in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Flyers won the first two games at home. Game 3, played in Buffalo, would go down in hockey lore as The Fog Game due to an unusual May heat wave in Buffalo which forced parts of the game to be played in heavy fog, as Buffalo's arena lacked air conditioning.

The Flyers lost Games 3 and 4, but won Game 5 at home in dominating fashion, 5–1. On the road for Game 6, Bob Kelly scored the decisive goal and Parent pitched another shutout (a playoff record fifth shutout) as the Flyers repeated as Stanley Cup Champions.

Parent also repeated as the playoff MVP, winning a second consecutive Conn Smythe Trophy.

The highlight of the 1975–76 season had no bearing on the season standings. On January 11 at the Spectrum, the Flyers, as part of the Super Series '76, played a memorable exhibition game against the Soviet Union's dominant Central Red Army team.

As the Bullies had put intimidation to good use the past three years, the Flyers' rugged style of play led the Soviets to leave the ice midway through the first period, protesting a hit on Valeri Kharlamov, whom Clarke had slashed on the ankle in the famous Summit Series '72, by Ed Van Impe.

After some delay, the Soviets returned after they were warned that they would lose their salary for the entire series. The Flyers went on to win the game rather easily, 4–1, and were the only team to defeat the Red Army outright in the series.

After this win the Spectrum was known as the "most intimidating building to play in and has the most intimidating fans." Head coach Fred Shero proclaimed, "Yes we are world champions. "If they had won, they would have been world champions. We beat the hell out of a machine."

The Flyers recorded the best record in team history (points wise) with a record of 51–13–16. The LCB line, featuring Reggie Leach at right-wing, Clarke at center, and Bill Barber at left-wing, set an NHL record for goals by a single line with 141 (Leach 61, Clarke 30, Barber 50). Clarke, on his way to a third Hart Trophy, set a club record for points in one season with 119. Heading into the playoffs, the Flyers squeaked past Toronto in seven games and defeated Boston in five games, Game 5 featuring a five-goal outburst by Leach, the Riverton Rifle, to head to a third straight appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals. However, the Flyers didn't come close to a third straight championship without an injured Bernie Parent, as they ran into an up-and-coming dynasty in Montreal, and were swept in four straight games. Despite the loss, Leach was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy for scoring a record 19 goals in 16 playoff games.

Dethroned, the heyday of the Broad Street Bullies started to come to an end, as prior to the 1976–77 season, tough-guy Dave Schultz was traded to the Los Angeles Kings. Despite a slight drop-off in performance, the Flyers dominated the Patrick Division with what proved to be their fourth straight division title.

After disposing of Toronto in six games, the Flyers found themselves in the semifinals for the fifth consecutive season.

Pitted against Boston, the Flyers lost Games 1 and 2 at home in overtime and did not return home as they were swept in four straight games.

The Flyers lost their hold on the Patrick Division in 1977–78 and settled for second place. After sweeping the Colorado Rockies in 2 games in the preliminary round, the Flyers moved on to beat Buffalo in five games.

They faced Boston in the semifinals for the second consecutive season, and lost again, this time in five games. Following the season, the Flyers were stunned when head coach Fred Shero left to become general manager and head coach of the Rangers.

As compensation for The Fog, the Flyers received the Rangers' first-round draft pick in 1978.


Flyer fans are definately some of the most hardcore and passionate fans in all of hockey, they're a fanbase that goes above and beyond for their team to win.

I once heard that Flyer fans apparently go to the airport to watch the opposing teams plane touch down..and they boo if the plane lands safely...that's dedication.

There's a wonderful documentary about the 70's Flyers titled "The Broad Street Bullies" on youtube from HockeyWebCaster that's both educational, and entertaining, if you're a hockey fan, you're going to love it, even if you're not a hockey fan, you might enjoy it for it's educational and entertainment benefits.

It was alot of fun working on this project, both recordings were enjoyable to work on, and if there's any interest, I could release a 2nd version of "Broad Street Bullies" that utilizes the 2nd tape source as more of a main source than a patching source.

The further I got into the project, the more I realized how good the 2nd source is, and could easily stand up on it's own, so if there's any interest, please let me know.

I hope that everyone here will enjoy this.

If there's any interest,


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Bob Dylan 1996-06-27 The Empire Liverpool, Eng.(Masters Series 162)

BOB DYLAN
THE EMPIRE
LIVERPOOL
ENGLAND

JUNE 27, 1996

D8 A8 S8 H7 F8 BC5    63 mins
Masters Series 162

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
Under The Red Sky
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
John Brown
To Ramona
Ballad Of A Thin Man
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Seven Days
Alabama Getaway (Hunter/Garcia)

Not only are both these shows well filmed they were brilliant concerts 
The band an Bob really COOK,, don't miss em. 

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine. 
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4 

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies 
will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all. 
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually 
with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out
 
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Queen 1976-09-18 Hyde Park London, UK

Queen
London, UK
Hyde Park
September 18, 1976


* Audience source
AUD > ? > CDR (x) > WAV (pitch/speed correction) > FLAC level 8

** Pro video source
Video Master > ? > DVD-R (x) > WAV > FLAC level 8

*** Official release 1
The Magic Years VHS > DVD-R > WAV > FLAC Level 8

**** Official release 2
A Night At The Opera anniversary DVD > WAV > FLAC Level 8


The first two sources are heard as a matrix (carefully done by Helmut) for most of the show, and the two official sources are spliced in wherever possible, as noted below:


 1) Bohemian Rhapsody (tape & rock part)
 2) Ogre Battle ***/****
 3) Sweet Lady ****
 4) White Queen
 5) Flick Of The Wrist ***
 6) You're My Best Friend
 7) Bohemian Rhapsody (verses) ****
 8) Killer Queen
 9) The March Of The Black Queen / Bohemian Rhapsody (reprise)
10) Bring Back That Leroy Brown
11) Brighton Rock / Son And Daughter ***
12) '39 ***
13) You Take My Breath Away
14) The Prophet's Song ****
15) Stone Cold Crazy
16) Keep Yourself Alive ***
17) Liar
18) In The Lap Of The Gods...Revisited


Enjoy!

Sir GH

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Van Halen 1980-08-09 Sportatorum Hollywood, FL

Van Halen
Sportatorum
Hollywood, Florida
August 9, 1980

Unknown gen.cassette.aud>SonyTCWE435>PioneerPDR-
4>CDR>EAC>WAV>Trader'sLittleHelper>FLAC

Quality: C

 Pre-gig interview, WSHE Miami
 Romeo Delight
 Bottoms Up!/Drum Solo
 Runnin' With The Devil
 Tora Tora Tora!/Loss Of Control
 Take Your Whiskey Home
 Dance The Night Away
 Women In Love
 Jamie's Cryin'
 Take A Break/Big City Blues (end cut)
 Everybody Wants Some
 ...And The Cradle Will Rock
 Eruption/Guitar Solo
 Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
 Ice Cream Man
 You Really Got Me


Notes: Band on their "World Invasion" 1980 tour in southern Florida. This starts out with a band interview the day of the show in Miami, not much substance, just them goofing around, holding the DJ hostage at his own station! Then the show, so-so recording, but a great show. Love the breakneck speed of "Loss of Control!" Almost 30 years ago now!

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Yes 1991-07-26 Alpine Valley Troy, WI

YES
ALPINE VALLEY
TROY, WI
JULY 26, 1991

Lineage: AUD(DAT)>cass(2nd gen)>WAV>CDR(1st gen)>FLAC(EAC)

DISC 1:
01 Intro
02 Yours Is No Disgrace
03 Rhythm Of Love
04 Shock To The System
05 Heart Of The Sunrise
06 Steve Howe Solo
07 Make It Easy
08 Owner Of A Lonely Heart
09 And You And I
10 Bruford/White Duet
11 Changes

DISC 2:
01 I've Seen All Good People
02 Trevor Rabin Solo
03 Saving My Heart
04 Chris Squire Solo
05 Amazing Grace
06 Lift Me Up
07 Rick Wakeman Solo
08 Awaken
09 Roundabout

PERSONNEL:
Jon Anderson
Bill Bruford
Steve Howe
Tony Kaye
Trevor Rabin
Chris Squire
Rick Wakeman
Alan White

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Bob Dylan 1990-10-28 Stegeman Coliseum Athens, GA

Bob Dylan, 10/28/90, Athens, GA, 2CDR

(45min+52min), very good sound, a little hiss; glitches d1t2 2:31, d1t3 0:20, 0:49, 1:09, 1:2x, d1t6 2:11, 2:16, 3:46, 4:42, d1t7 0:1x, 1:08 1:58, dt9 1:05, 1:1x, 1:2x, 2:0x, 2:26, level fluctuations d2t5 5:xx, shakiness d2t9 4:0x

CD1
1 Shenandoah 2 Silvio 3 Simple Twist Of Fate 4 What Was It You Wanted 5 Gotta Serve Somebody 6 Tomorrow Is A Long Time 7 Highway 61 Revisited 8 Ballad Of Hollis Brown (acoustic w band) 9 Gates Of Eden (acoustic w band) 10 Mr. Tambourine Man (acoustic w band) 11 short intro to next song probably repeated on cd2t1

CD2
1 It Ain't Me, Babe (acoustic w band) 2 Joey 3 Wiggle Wiggle 4 I Want You 5 T.V. Talkin' Song 6 Maggie's Farm 7 I Shall Be Released 8 Like A Rolling Stone 9 Blowin' In The Wind (acoustic w band) 10 All Along The Watchtower

lineage : cdr trade>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC 6
source :   could be same source as LB-381 with same timings and same flaws, better sound than LB-6347

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The Police 1979-04-07 Paradise Theater Boston,MA



THE POLICE
Live at Paradise Theater
BOSTON  April 7, 1979
Outlandos d'Amour TOur


1. Can't Stand Losing You
2. Truth Hits Everybody
3. So Lonely
4. Fall Out
5. Born In The '50s
6. Hole In My Life
7. Be My Girl - Sally
8. Peanuts
9. Roxanne
10.Landlord
11.Next To You
12.Can't Stand Losing You (encore)
13.Born in the 50's (encore) + Backstage interview

Total playing time : 55:10

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Rush 1976-05-30 Nelson Center, Springfield, IL


One Hot Night

Media: 1 CDr
Time: 71:45
Catalog: Xanadu Records - FJP0R001
Source: Soundboard
Quality: VG
Date: 05-30-76
Location: Nelson Center, Springfield, IL

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Track Listing
Bastille Day  5:11
Anthem  4:48
Lakeside Park  4:13
2112  15:26
Fly By Night / In the Mood  4:56
By-Tor and the Snow Dog  11:24
In the End  7:01
Working Man, Finding My Way, Drum Solo  13:31
What You're Doing  5:15

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Steve Earle 1986-08-15 Park West, Chicago, Illinois(SBD)



Steve Earle & The Dukes
Park West, Chicago, Illinois
August 15, 1986.


01 Guitar Town
02 Sweet Little '66
03 Goodbye's All We've Got Left
04 Hillbilly Highway
05 Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)
06 My Old Friend The Blues
07 Someday
08 Think It Over
09 Little Rock 'n' Roller
10 State Trooper

11 The Week Of Living Dangerously
12 Angry Young Man
13 Nowhere Road
14 Fearless Heart
15 I Love You Too Much
16 San Antonio Girl
17 The Devil's Right Hand
18 Down The Road
19 No. 29


Soundboard recording

The Park West show is probably the definitive representative of Guitar Town era Steve Earle. It was professionally recorded, with a couple of tracks having since appeared on official releases - State Trooper and Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough) as bonus tracks on different releases of Guitar Town itself, with the former also appearing as a B-side to the Back To The Wall single.

This is the entire show (a partial version of which also circulates as a single disc - with additional filler from the Atlanta Copperhead Road show - under the the title of Living Dangerously.) The two releases are probably sourced from the same recording - Living Dangerously might have marginally better sound (or it could just be a result of the volume level being slightly higher on that one).

In its complete form the Park West show boasts not only every track from Guitar Town but also no fewer than seven which were to appear on Exit 0 the following year (only I Ain't Ever Satisfied, The Rain Came Down and It's All Up To You are absent) and an early rendition of The Devil's Right Hand (which had just been committed to record by Waylon Jennings).

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Neil Young 2001-07-04 Oslo Spektrum Oslo, Norway


Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse
07-04-2001, Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway

I got this in a trade.
CDR>EAC(secure noC2)>Flacfrontend(level 8)

Cd 1
01. Don't Cry No Tears
02. I've Been Waiting For You
03. Love And Only Love
04. Piece Of Crap
05. Goin' Home
06. Hold You In My Arms
07. From Hank To Hendrix
08. Don't Let It Bring You Down
09. Pocahontas
10. After The Gold Rush
11. Only Love Can Break Your Heart

Disc 2
01. Standing In The Light Of Love
02. Gateway Of Love
03. Hey Hey, My My
04. Sedan Delivery
05. Powderfinger
encore
06. The Losing End
07. Goin' Home
encore 2
08. Like A Hurricane

Notes : 
Tour : Eurotour '01
Band : Crazy Horse, Line Up 6
 Neil Young - vocals, guitar, piano, pump organ
 Frank Sampedro - guitar, keyboards, vocals
 Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
 Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
 Larry Cragg - piano

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Bob Dylan 2010-10-24 McLeod Center Cedar Falls, IA

Bob Dylan 2010-10-24
Cedar Falls, IA - McLeod Center

01   Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
02   Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
03   Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
04   Just Like A Woman
05   Rollin' And Tumblin'
06   Tryin' To Get To Heaven
07   High Water (For Charley Patton)
08   Blind Willie McTell
09   Summer Days
10   Tangled Up In Blue
11   Highway 61 Revisited
12   Workingman's Blues #2
13   Thunder On The Mountain
14   Ballad Of A Thin Man
15   Jolene
16   Like A Rolling Stone  

Bob Dylan - guitar, keyboard, harp
Tony Garnier - bass
George Recile - drums
Stu Kimball - rhythm guitar
Charlie Sexton - lead guitar
Donnie Herron - banjo, electric mandolin, lap steel, pedal steel

Recording: Core Sound binaurals > Core Sound phantom power with
hi-pass filter (120Hz) > Edirol R-09HR @96kHz-24bit with hi-pass
filter (100Hz) from the main floor, center section, row 7
(sec 2, row G, seat 14)

Transfer: Edirol R-09HR > USB transfer to computer > Sound Forge 6.0
(dc offset, volume, de-clapping, fades, tracks) > Voxengo r8brain (resample to 44.1kHz-16bit - "very high" quality) > Trader's Little Helper 2.4.1.160 (level 8)

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The Rolling Stones 1994-10-14 MGM Grand Garden Las Vegas, NV



Las Vegas, Nevada, MGM Grand Garden, 14 & 15 October
Excellent audience
                  
CD 1
Not Fade Away
Tumbling Dice
You Got Me Rocking
Shattered
Rocks Off
Sparks Will Fly
Satisfaction
Beast Of Burden
Out Of Tears
I Can’t Get Next To You
I Go Wild
It’s All Over Now
Miss You
Band introduction

CD 2
Honky Tonk Women
Before They Make Me Run
The Worst
Love Is Strong
Monkey Man
Street Fighting Man
Start Me Up
It’s Only Rock’n Roll
Brown Sugar
Jumping Jack Flash
Memory Motel*
Love Is Strong*
Happy*
Sympathy For The Devil *

* Bonustracks from the 15 october

Lineage > CD > to HD to WAVE TO FLAC with dBpowerAMP Music Converter


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Eric Clapton 2001-08-13 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas, Nevada

Eric Clapton
Thomas & Mack Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
August 13, 2001

CD-R2 - Aud 3

Disc 1:

    Key to the Highway
    Reptile
    Got You On My Mind
    Tears in Heaven
    Bell Bottom Blues
    Change the World
    My Father's Eyes
    River of Tears
    Going Down Slow
    She's Gone
    I Want a Little Girl

Disc 2:

    I Want a Little Girl
    Badge
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Stormy Monday
    Cocaine
    Wonderful Tonight
    Layla
    Will it Go Round in Circles
    Sunshine of Your Love
    Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Band Lineup:

Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Nathan East Bass, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Guitar, Vocals
Steve Gadd Drums
David Sancious Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar
Billy Preston Keyboards, Vocals

Geetarz Comments:

Lots of reverb from the hall, and boomy, but still listenable. Great performance on "River of Tears" - one of the best of the tour!

Lineage:

Aud > CD-R > EAC > WAV > You !!!

Enjoy!

~Geetarz, January 2016
www.geetarz.org

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John Lennon The Lost Lennon Tapes Episodes 064-065




Episode 064
89-16 (April 10-16, 1989)
Beatles On The Beeb Doing Berry Encore
Roll Over Beethoven - ("From Us To You," 3/30/64)
Johnny B. Goode ("Saturday Club," 2/15/64)
I Got To Find My Baby ("Pop Go The Beatles," 6/29/63)
Julian Lennon/Mr. Jordan, Part 3: LP Title
Second Time - Julian Lennon
The Beatles Down Under, Part 3: Adelaide, Continued
Interviews: ("Bigger Than New York!" - J.L.)
I Want To Hold Your Hand (Centennial Hall, 6/12/64)
Interview: ("The Beatles' tours were like 'Satyricon..." - John Lennon
Julian Lennon/Mr. Jordan, Part 4: Influences
You're The One - Julian Lennon
Move Over Mrs. L - Demos & Rehearsal #2
[Move Over Mrs. L - John Lennon (July 13, 1974 rehearsal) (partial)]
Move Over Mrs. L - John Lennon (Demo #1)
Move Over Mrs. L - John Lennon (Demo #2)
Move Over Mrs. L - John Lennon (Studio Rehearsal #2)


Episode 065
89-17 (April 17-23, 1989)
"Around The Beatles" Medley (recorded April 19, 1964)
Love Me Do/Please Please Me/From Me To You/She Loves You/I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles
Can't Buy Me Love - The Beatles
Julian Lennon/Mr. Jordan, Pt. 5: McCurry & "Angilette"
I Get Up - Julian Lennon
The Beatles Down Under, Part 4
Interviews:
Nichol; Ringo; Melbourne Balcony Scene
You Can't Do That - The Beatles (Melb. Fest. Hall, June 15, 1964)
Julian Lennon/Mr. Jordan, Part 6
Open Your Eyes - Julian Lennon
I Want You To Know - Julian Lennon
Jules B. Goode - Julian Lennon
John Sinclair - John Lennon (partial)
People - John Lennon (unreleased demo)
Angela - John & Yoko

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Monday, April 16, 2018

Bob Dylan 1995-04-02 Leisure Centre Arena Birmingham, Eng.(Masters Series 159)

BOB DYLAN
LEISURE CENTRE ARENA
ASTON VILLA, BIRMINGHAM
ENGLAND

APRIL 2, 1995 

Masters Series 159

D6 A8 S8 H8 F9 BR3  99 mins
 
Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
All Along The Watchtower
What Good Am I ?
Tombstone Blues
Tears Of Rage (Dylan/Manuel)
Mr. Tambourine Man
Desolation Row
To Ramona

DVD 2

Highway 61 Revisited
Jokerman
Lenny Bruce
          *
Like A Rolling Stone
It Ain't Me, Babe

This is a terrific gig, featuring one of th best To Ramona's your likely to hear (or see).
Steady and clear well worth getting

VIDEO : Mpeg-2, 720 x 576. 25 fps, pic ratio 4.3. PAL 
AUDIO : AC3 Dolby Digital, 48000 Hz, stereo 38.4 kb/s 

EC30 tapes transferred to PC via a Panasonic NV-W1 Professional triple standard vhs machine. 
Files authored to DVD with Tempgenc DVD Works Author 4 

Remember even if you have some of the Daves films already that at best your copies 
will be 2 generations poorer than anything in the Masters series, so get em all. 
These will be with original sound though many will feature as sound upgrades eventually 
with my two mates Yassou and Madhasse helping out 


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Led Zeppelin 1977-06-07 Madison Sqaure Garden New York City, New York

Led Zeppelin - "Treading The Boards"
June, 7th, 1977, New York City, New York, Madison Sqaure Garden
Remastered Soundboard Recording, (A Group/Personal Project)
Lineage: "Magical Sound Boogie", (EVSD), Silver CD > EAC > WAV > TLH > Flac (Level.8) > TLH, Decode > WAV > Remaster > Flac Frontend, Encoding Options, Level.8, Align On SBE'S > Flac (All Tracks Tested With TLH, No Errors Occured)
Label: N/A
Original Taper: N/A


This is a Group/Personal Project by "Those Guys That Have Learned That Life Is Just One Crushing Defeat After Another Until You Just Wish Flanders Was Dead", The 7th Son, Joel, Mark, Mike, and Acapulco gold.

We hope that who ever picks this up will enjoy it, and will pass it along and share it with others, or just pass, the choice is yours, this not meant to be a "Definitive" recording.

Cheers and thanks go out to:

- The taper for taping and sharing their recording with everyone in the community, if you're out there, and happen to pick this up, we hope that you'll enjoy the work we've done on the recording.

- To Fishey for originally sharing his silvers on Dime, and to Roundhead for sharing his rip on the Den, thank you both for sharing with everyone in the community.

- My mate Mark for once again coming through and putting together some great artwork for this release, always fun working with you mate.

Dedicated to Liz.

Disc One:

1) Introduction (Fades In)
2) The Song Remains The Same
3) Sick Again
4) Nobodys Fault But Mine
5) In My Time Of Dying (Includes: "You Shook Me")
6) Since I've Been Loving You
7) No Quarter (Has A Small Tape Cut Near The Beginning Of Song, Includes: "The Nutcracker Suite", Fades Out)

Disc Two:

1) Ten Years Gone (Fades In)
2) The Battle Of Evermore
3) Going To California
4) Black Country Woman (Cut, Incomplete Fragment)
5) Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
6) White Summer/Black Mountain Side
7) Kashmir (Fades Out)

Disc Three:

1) Over The Top/Moby Dick (Fades In, Contains A Small Tape Cut)
2) Guitar Solo (Includes: "The Star Spangled Banner")
3) Achilles Last Stand
4) Stairway To Heaven
5) Whole Lotta Love
6) Rock And Roll (Fades Out)

Enjoy!

Please Do Not Convert To Lossy Formats
Please Do Not Sell
Please Share With Others

Notes:

The 1st of a 6 night string of gigs at Madison Square Garden, the band were looking forward to coming back and playing for the New York crowds, and Jimmy himself looked back on this show quite fondly, claiming that it was "Electrifying".

However, Zeppelin collectors have a difference of opinion/mixed feelings about this performance.

Some collectors state that this show was not a bad start for the New York shows, and comparable to some of the L.A 77 shows, while others say it's rather sloppy with either one (or all) of the band members missing their cues, and not really giving it their all.

I personally find this show to be quite a decent performance, it's definately not the tightest performance of the 77 tour, but for what the show lacks in technical ability, it makes up for in spades with energy and presence.

Their playing is "gutsy", and quite powerful actually, the band probably had a case of the "1st night jitters" for this show.

But aside from all of the issues I've discussed, the soundboard really is an upgrade for collectors to have of this show because the audience recordings of this show didn't really give us a clear sounding recording that validated the opinions/reviews of this show by people who attended it saying that they were something special.

They were able to tighten up their performances at the Garden as the stint wore on, (the performances on the 10th, and the 11th are quite nice and are worth checking out).

For those that may not know, there are 2 audience recordings of this show in circulation.

The 1st tape source was recorded by the legendary NYC Zeppelin taper "Artie", who's taped the band in 71,72,75,and 77, I'm not sure who taped the 2nd tape source.

Both tapes are decent sounding recordings, and both sound rather simular to each other, they were both taped from quite a distance from the stage, and both contain that "boominess" you hear in alot of those large arena recordings.

But if you want to know if one recording is superior over the other, than it's definately the 2nd tape source because it's sound is fuller, more dynamic, and doesn't have all the excessive taper chatter that the 1st source has.

The sound quality of this recording is quite good, you can hear alot of details in the tape like Jimmy scrapping the strings of his guitar, banter between the band, and some crowd cheers, but it does feel a little compressed, sort of simular to the sound on one of the last 77 boards EVSD released "The Powhattan Confederacy".

We decided to work on this recording because we wanted to see if we could try and fix some of these issues in the recording, and breathe some life into it, and we decided to just make it a straight soundboard remaster because the soundboard tape was pretty much complete aside from "Black Country Woman", and the tape itself had so many issues that needed fixing, we thought that just working on the soundboard and making it more listenable for collectors would be more rewarding.

For this project, we used Roundhead's EAC rip instead of Fishey's silver rip because the 1st rip had a few techical glitches that are not found on the silvers (but were just an honest mistake on his end, so please don't be cross with him), whereas Roundheads rip didn't have any glitches, so we used his for the remaster.

What we've done to make this recording:

- We've tried to balance the instruments as much as possible, and bring out some instruments that were buried in the mix, this is probably the 1st Zeppelin tape I've ever heard where I've hardly heard any cymbals in the mix, I could hear drum fills, but no high hat, so we wanted to bring out those buried instruments in raw tape.

- We've tried to bring out some of the ambience of the venue, and bring out more of the crowd.

- We've tried to reduce as much tape hiss as possible.

- We've reduced some of the "hotness" found in the recordings, and have tried to make the volume a little easier on the ears.

In regards to the title:

The title is a reference to being on stage, "Treading The Boards" is a reference to being on the stage, and it can also be a reference to the soundboard tape, we thought it sounded clever and suiting for this project.

We were originally going to try and make references to the fact that this show took place on the 2nd day of the silver Jubilee, we had ideas for titles that sounded good at first, but the more you said them, the more they lost their punch, so we went with this instead.

Hope everyone here will enjoy this.

Cheers

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The Rolling Stones 1981-11-30 Silverdome Pontiac, MI



the rolling stones
title : pontiac's rebellion
recorded live at silverdome, pontiac, mi, november 30, 1981

label : DAC-076
soundboard recording
lineage : silvers - wav (eac) - flac (frontend) - torrent - you
artwork included

tracklist

disc 1

take the a train
under my thumb
when the whip comes down
let's spend the night together
shattered
neighbours
black limousine
just my imagination
twenty flight rock
going to a go go
let me go
time  is on my side
beast of burden
waiting on a friend
let it bleed

disc 2

you can't always get what you want
band introductions
little t&a
tumbling dice
she's so cold
hang fire
miss you
honky tonk women
brown sugar
start me up
jumping jack flash
satisfaction
star spangled banner

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Joe Bonamassa 2010-11-27 Bill Heard Theatre Columbus, GA

Joe Bonamassa
2010-11-27
Bill Heard Theatre - RiverCenter
Columbus, GA. USA

Audio Lineage
PMD-EMC-1 sound professionals standard binaural mics (croakie mount)  > Edirol R-09HR > SanDisk SD card > PC > CD Wave/Split > Flac level 8 > TLH > Torrent > You
( Raw Transfer - No Mastering or Editing or EQ )

Setlist
01 cradle rock
02 so many roads
03 when the fire hits the sea
04 so its like that
05 if heartaches were nickels
06 slow train
07 steal your heart away
08 sloe gin / talks
09 ballad of john henry
10 happier times
11 never make your move to soon
12 great flood
13 young man blues
14 acoustic solo
15 woke up dreaming
16 mountain time
17 bird on a wire
18 just got paid

I am not familiar with all of the songs, so if any are wrong, please let me know

taper - jackflash
( JF 25 )

personal notes :
 Wow, I am the first to admit I wasnt familiar with Joe...( just a few shows I DL'd from here and his Royal Albert Hall DVD is all I have ). But that will change now. He blew me/us away . I am now a FAN...
 I usually video my shows , but I didnt this time...what a mistake .( kickin my own rear end ) ....but, I was able to get his acoustic medley and the encores on video ( great closeups ) , so I will "up" that as a bonus , if anyone is interested ? ? ?

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Blue Öyster Cult 1998-10-11 Taste Of DC Washington, DC

BLUE OYSTER CULT
1998-10-11
Taste Of DC
Washington, DC, USA

FROM THE COLLECTION OF SMORES
KRW&CO TRANSFER

GEAR:  CORE SOUND BINAURALS

LINEAGE AUDIENCE DAT MASTER(48KHZ)>DAT CLONE>SONY PCM R-500 DAT>FIBER OPTIC>CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240
WAV (16/48KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR TRACK MARKS AND TAPE CHANGE EDIT WAV 16/48> TLH FLAC (LEVEL 8)

additional lineage: 48 kHz to 44.1 kHz conversion with r8brain by Scabbyman (December 2014)


THE BAND
Eric Bloom vocals guitar keyboards
Buck Dharma guitar vocals
Allen Lanier keyboards guitar
Danny Miranda bass
Bobby Rondinelli drums

SETLIST
01 Intro
02 Burnin' For You
03 Cities On Flame
04 E.T.I.
05 Harvest Moon
06 Buck's Boogie
07 Joan Crawford
08 Godzilla
09 (Don't Fear) The Reaper
10 Dominance & Submission

This show is another from the collection of Smores who is working to get many old shows transferred and uploaded for others to enjoy.
Some of these shows are seeing the light of day after all of these years- some for the first time since they were taped!
He is currently searching for ANY: Warrior Soul,Saigon Kick,Tegan and Sara,Filter,Porno For Pyros,Rose Tattoo,Wildhearts,Sinead O'Connor,Veruca Salt or Antigone Rising shows.
He is also trying to track down leads to UNCIRCULATED Foo Fighters, UFO or Nine Inch Nails MASTERS. Please contact him on DIME if you can help. Thanks.


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Mötley Crüe 1985-07-31 Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY

Mötley Crüe
Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY (USA)
July 31, 1985

Aiwa cassette recorder

taper: eddie7679
transfer: ryanj
Master Cassette > Nakamichi CR-3A > Sony PCM-M10 (24/48) > Adobe Audition (Normalize to -0.1 db) > CDWAVE (track) > FLAC

setlist:
1. In The Beginning/Looks That Kill
2. Use It Or Lose It
3. Shout At The Devil
4. Fight For Your Rights
5. City Boy Blues
6. Piece Of Your Action
7. Red Hot
8. -Mick Mars solo-
9. Home Sweet Home
10. Keep Your Eye On The Money
11. God Bless The Children Of The Beast
12. Louder Than Hell
13. -Tommy Lee solo-
14. Too Young To Fall In Love
15. Knock 'em Dead, Kid
16. Live Wire
17. Smokin' In The Boys' Room [Brownsville Station]
18. Ten Seconds To Love
19. Helter Skelter [The Beatles]
20. Jailhouse Rock [Elvis Presley]

bill: Motley Crue/Y&T

This show is from the collection of Eddie7679 who was active taping and collecting 1984-1989. He was gracious enough to lend his collection to Smores who is working to get many of the old shows transferred and uploaded for others to enjoy. Some of these shows are completely uncirculated while some of the circulated ones are getting a fresh transfer from the master tapes.
PLEASE contact Smores on DIME if you have any SAXON, ROSE TATTOO, WILDHEARTS OR NINE INCH NAILS. Thanks.

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Peter Gabriel 1987-07-27 Blossom Music Amphitheater Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio(SBD)


Peter Gabriel
Blossom Music Amphitheater
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
July 27, 1987

Lineage:  Soundboard => cassette (low) => Stand-alone Pioneer CD burner => CDR => EAC => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => Export to WAV => FLAC (level 8)

Setlist:

Disc 1 (60:21):
(1)  San Jacinto (10:17)
(2)  Red Rain (5:52)
(3)  Shock The Monkey (6:43)
(4)  Intro (0:26)
(5)  Not One Of Us (5:53)
(6)  Intruder (5:35)
(7)  Intro (1:15)
(8)  Games Without Frontiers (5:26)
(9)  No Self Control (6:18)
(10)  Mercy Street (7:49)
(11)  This Is The Picture (cut)

Disc 2 (57:47):
(1)  Big Time (7:23)
(2)  Intro (0:37)
(3)  Don't Give Up (8:04)
(4)  Solsbury Hill (5:24)
(5)  Lay Your Hands On Me (8:12)
(6)  Sledgehammer (6:22)
(7)  Here Comes The Flood (2:49)
(8)  In Your Eyes (fade out) (7:39)
(9)  Biko (fade out) (11:14)

Notes:

Excellent soundboard from Gabriel's summer 1987 tour of outdoor amphitheaters.  By this time, he had been promoting the album for the better part of a year, so the set had pretty much jelled and the band was hitting on all cylinders.  All of these performances were great.

The recording itself . . . I traded for it from an established Gabriel collector in early 1988; he claimed it was a soundboard, and I'm pretty sure (20 years later) that it is.  I don't know the generation, but given when I got it and how well-connected he was, I don't think it's more than two or three generations removed from the master.  The fidelity for a cassette recording is really nice.  Listen to the mp3 samples and judge for yourself.

I'm really surprised that this hasn't been posted on DaD before; this is a good one for even casual or non-Gabriel/Genesis collectors -- I think it's quite superior to any other latter-day Peter Gabriel board. Well worth the download, even though a couple of the songs are cut.

if anyone has a more complete or better-sounding copy, please post it!

No artwork, sorry.  Fingerprints are included, however.

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Rik Emmett Trio 2015-03-21 The Duck Room at Blueberry Hill St. Louis, MO

Rik Emmett Trio
The Duck Room at Blueberry Hill
St. Louis, MO
March 21, 2015

Taper:  cptncrash76
Location:  Back row, center of room
Gear:  sp-cmc-26 > Tascam DR-05
Transfer:  micro-sd > Adobe Audition (slight volume boost, tracking) > TLH (convert flac)

Intro
Hold On
Petite Etude
Lay It on the Line
Libre Animado
Ordinary Man
Norwegian Wood
El Cuento Del Gadjo
Fight the Good Fight
Rocky Mountain Way
Midsummer's Daydream
The Boys of Summer
Only Time Will Tell
The Galaxy Song
Three Clouds Across the Moon
Magic Power
Suitcase Blues

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Stone Temple Pilots 2000-03-15 House of Blues Hollywood, Ca.(FM)

Stone Temple Pilots
Scott Weiland: vocals
Dean DeLeo: guitar
Robert DeLeo: bass
Eric Kretz: drums

House of Blues
Hollywood, Ca.
March 15, 2000
FM master tape
runtime: 72:20 (minutes/seconds)

   setlist:
1: radio intro music > crackerman  3:41 
2: meatplow  4:06
3: vaseline   3:09               
4: tumble in the rough  3:11 
5: big empty  5:11
6: kitchenware and candy bars  4:22
7: sour girl  4:48             
8: interstate love song  4:12 
9: plush  5:27
10: tripping on a hole in a paper heart  3:13
11: announcer  :23
12: sex and violence  3:11
13: down  3:47
14: unglued  2:57
15: dead and bloated  5:10
16: piece of pie  5:07
17: sex type thing  4:13
18: announcer > roadhouse blues (w/R. Krieger)  4:59
19: announcer  1:11
lineage:
 WGIR pre-recorded live broadcast (SFX radio network) >
 Yamaha 500 reciever with digital tuner and wire antenna >
 Nak. BX-125 cassette deck (dolby off) >
 almost never played Maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette >
 played on tascam 112 into soundforge (wav) >
 flac (sb's aligned) > torrentially yours.
 a this and that production.
 do not sell this recording.
 share freely, losslessly and gaplessly.

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Sting 1993-05-15/16 Sam Boyd Silver Bowl Las Vegas, NV(SBD)


Sting
May 15-16, 1993
Sam Boyd Silver Bowl
Las Vegas, NV
(Opening for the Grateful Dead)

Remastered and Complete

May 15, 1993
1. Tea In The Sahara / Consider Me Gone
2. Walking On the Moon
3. If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
4. Love Is Stronger Than Justice
5. A Day In The Life
6. Fields Of Gold
7. Synchronicity II
8. Roxanne
9. Englishman In New York
10. King Of Pain
11. Bring On The Night / When The World Is Running Down (part audience)
12. Every Breath You Take (audience)

May 16, 1993
1. Blackbird (audience)
2. Ain't No Sunshine
3. Children's Crusade
4. Seven Days
5. Everything Little Thing She Does Is Magic
6. Fortress Around Your Heart
7. Penny Lane
8. It's Probably Me / Sister Moon
9. Shape Of My Heart
10. Purple Haze
11. Message In A Bottle
12. She's Too Good For Me
13. Nothing 'Bout Me
14. Fragile (part audience)

Source:  Sbd + Aud > EAC > Sound Forge 6.0 > CD Wave > 2shn/2cdr
Aud Source:  akg460+ck8x > pansv255 > pcm > dat > cd > eac > wav > mkw > shnv3
Remastered by ALS, May 2003

Comments:
Sting opened for The Grateful Dead several times in 1993.  On May 15-16, 1993 he opened for the Dead at the Sam Boyd Silver
Bowl in Las Vegas.  Audience tapes of these performances have always been available but it was not until Fall 2002 that
soundboards of these shows began to surface.  The good news is that both shows sound terrific - there is a wonderful depth
to the music and the vocals and instruments are very well balanced.  The bad news is that the soundboards for both shows are
incomplete.  The May 15th soundboard does not include the last part of "When the World..." and "Every Breath You Take."  The
May 16th soundboard does not include the opening track, "Blackbird."  These remastered and complete versions contain an
audience patch for the missing tracks.  Also, although I usually don't like to modify the music, I have made one minor
change.  The opening of "Purple Haze" is botched in a manner that is both awful-sounding and dangerous to perfectly good
speakers and ear drums.  I have taken the liberty of minimizing but not eliminating the offending passage.


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REM 1981-09-22 Tyrone's O.C., Athens, GA(SBD)

22 September 1981
Tyrone's O.C., Athens, GA

Source: Soundboard

CDR>MacFlac

01 Ages Of You
02 1,000,000
03 Shaking Through
04 (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
05 Body Count
06 Just A Touch
07 Little Girl
08 Wait
09 Sitting Still
10 I Can't Control Myself
11 Burning Down
12 Get On Their Way
13 Romance
14 Laughing
15 Pretty Persuasion
16 That Beat
17 Gardening At Night
18 Windout
19 9-9
20 Radio Free Europe
21 Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars)
22 White Tornado
23 There She Goes Again (w/Vic Varney)
24 Stumble-Skank-Saturday Night

This show is somewhat rare as it has only been recently circulating among trading circles. This is a soundboard with a bit of a diginoise aftertaste to the recording. I  still think it is quite listenable.


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Cinderella 1987-08-15 Shinjyuku Koseinkin, Tokyo, Japan

Cinderella 1987-08-15 Tokyo, Japan
ARTIST: Cinderella

TITLE: 1987-08-15- Shinjyuku Koseinkin, Tokyo, Japan
SOUND RATING: AUDIENCE - 8/10


LINAGE:

AUD -> low gen Cass. -> Philips CDR775 CD Recorder -> CDR -> EAC: WAV -> TLH: FLAC 8 -> Hungercity


01. Once Around The Ride
02. Nothin' For Nothin'
03. In from The Outside
04. Talk Is cheap
05. Night Songs
06. Push Push
07. Tokyo Blues
08. Back Home Again
09. Fallin' Apart At The Seams
10. Nobody's Fool
11. Gypsy Road
12. Somebody Save Me
13. Shake Me
14. Jumpin' Jack Flash


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.


SHARED ON HUNGERCITY.ORG APRIL 2013 - KIXDUDE


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