Wednesday, May 22, 2013

The Rolling Stones 2013-05-20 Staples Center Los Angeles,CA



ROLLING STONES
LOS ANGELES,CA:STAPLES CENTER
2013-05-20

DSM6 -> R-09HR -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. -intro-
02. Get Off My Cloud
03. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll
04. Paint It Black
05. Gimme Shelter
06. All Down The Line
07. Far Away Eyes
08. Sway (with Mick Taylor)
09. Doom And Gloom
10. One More Shot
11. Can't You Hear Me Knocking (with Mick Taylor)
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. -band intros-
14. You Got The Silver
15. Before They Make Me Run
16. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor)
17. Miss You
18. Start Me Up
19. Tumbling Dice
20. Brown Sugar
21. Sympathy For The Devil
22. You Can't Always Get What You Want (with USC Thornton Chamber Singers)
23. Jumpin' Jack Flash
24. Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)

Sorry about the quality, cheap seats and I left the battery box out this time - I have gone thru 3 in the past 10 years and I don't feel like replacing another one so I won't abuse them by taking them into shows I have to sneak them into.

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Monday, May 20, 2013

Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue (ATM 009)




Band of Gypsys: Lonely Avenue (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 009 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR)

(Buddy Miles Jam, New York City 14.11.69 [Complete] [JS21 -> JS22] / Outtakes 1969-70
[JS23 / "Honeybed" (1-4) / "Ezy Rider" (12) Jam -> Jam -> "Cherokee Mist" (7)]) Mostly 1st & 2nd Gen

notes:
- This material has a MD in the lineage before final transfer from DAT to CDR.
- Alternate version (without MD in lineage and featuring additional material) available
as "Outtake Masters: Lonely Avenue".
- Also available in tandem with ATM 001 "The Band of Gypsys Rehearsals" as "Band of
Gypsys: Lonely Avenue" (JA / STG 032-033).
- Upgrade of the Buddy Miles Jam 14.11.69 is available.
-


0009    LONELY AVENUE

Instrumental Jam (JS 21)    27:33            Honeybed (1-4) (session)    7:55
Instrumental Jam (JS 22)    8:51            Ezy Rider (12) Jam /    13:22
Instrumental Jam (JS 23)    6:38            MLK Jam / Cherokee Mist (7)    6:02





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*Primus 2013-05-18 The Historic Rialto Theatre Tucson, Arizona


Primus
3D visuals with Surround Sound
at The Historic Rialto Theatre
Tucson, Arizona
May 18, 2013

very good multi microphone
stereo audience recording
16bit/44.1 kHz flac8 SBE Free

mixed and mastered properly
for trade and personal listening only,
Go SEE This Tour!

Set 1
Here Come the Bastards
Last Salmon Man
Southbound Pachyderm
Hats Off
Lee Van Cleef
The Heckler
Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
Bob
Jerry Was a Race Car Driver


Set 2
Prelude to a Crawl
Hennepin Crawler
Frizzle Fry
Eternal Consumption Engine
Jilly's on Smack
Eleven
The Pressman
Groundhog's Day
Tommy the Cat
Encore:
HOINFODAMAN
(Stairway to Heaven Intro)
Too Many Puppies



Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Pink Floyd 1965-10-00 - Architectural Abdabs

1965-10-00 - Architectural Abdabs

01. King Bee
02. Lucy Leave

Encoded to Wav and then to .shn from the original mini-cd
Architectural Abdabs, from the book "Fish out of water"

::ajidi::

(text corrected and md5 created by GrimbleGromble)



3a9a78fa4d419290c746f27c3107a4bd *NER08CBA.shn
47a4ad15fd9908876fb5f3ca11f703d7 *NER1CC0E.shn



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Monday, May 13, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1977-06-07 Madison Square Garden New York, New York




Length: 3 audience and soundboard (171 and 172 min) (complete)
Set List:
  • The Song Remains the Same
  • The Rover intro / Sick Again
  • Nobody's Fault But Mine
  • In My Time of Dying
  • Since I've Been Loving You
  • No Quarter (incl Nutcracker Suite)
  • Ten Years Gone
  • The Battle of Evermore
  • Going to California
  • Black Country Woman / Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
  • White Summer / Black Mountainside / Kashmir
  • Out On the Tiles intro / Moby Dick
  • Guitar Solo (incl Star Spangled Banner) / Achilles Last Stand
  • Stairway to Heaven
  • Whole Lotta Love intro / Rock and Roll


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Pink Floyd -1965-1967 Dawn Of The Piper [RevA] (shn)



 Here's the track list for Dawn of the Piper Rev A HRV-CDR-018:


01  Lucy Leave
02  King Bee
The original 5-member Pink Floyd line-up.  With Bob Klose on lead
guitar and Syd Barrett on rhythm guitar.  Possibly recorded at
Regent Sound studio around May 1965 (according to Bob Klose ­
whose memory seems a bit better than Nick Mason's on the
subject).


03  Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the film "San Francisco".  Recorded at Thompson
Private Recording Studios on 31 October 1966 (or there about).


04  Arnold Layne
05  Candy and a Currant Bun
Taken from the original acetates demoed to EMI.  Recorded at Sound
Techniques studio from 23-25 January 1967.  After hearing
these acetates, EMI signed Pink Floyd to a recording contract
on 1 February 1967.
When they created this Arnold Layne acetate, they cut out the
organ solo.  I don't know why they did that.
Knowing that EMI would object to the drug references in the
lyrics to Let's Roll Another One, Syd rewrote them to create
this Candy and a Currant Bun acetate.  EMI still objected to
the "I'm high" lyrics anyway.  So the band had to go back to
Sound Techniques and rerecord it.


06  Interstellar Overdrive
Recorded live at UFO on 27 January 1967 by Granada TV (not 20
January has erroneously reported in some sources).  This version
is cut as per the editing for the program "Underground: Scene
Special".  Interestingly, this version lacks the narrator
commentary that appears in the final broadcast version.
First broadcast on 8 March 1967 (not 7 February as erroneously
predicted by Melody Maker).


07  Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the French EP released 11 April 1967.  Pink Floyd
attempted to create a shorter version of IO especially for France
during a recording sessions on 16 March and 22 March 1967.
These were abandoned.  The French version was edited from the same
source used for the LP (recorded 27 February 1967), just
a different mix.


08  Flaming
Taken from the US single, released 2 November 1967.  The
original US release of Piper at the Gates of Dawn did not
include the song Flaming.  It was released later as a single.
This version of Flaming comes from the same recording used
for the UK version (16 March 1967) but has a slightly different
mix.


09  Pow R Toc H
10  Astronomy Domine
Taken from the BBC's "Look of the Week" television program
(14 May 1967).


11  See Emily Play
Taken from acetate #2 of 21 May 1967 recordings made at Sound
Techniques.  Two acetates are known.  They are numbered 1 and 2
based on the order in which they were discovered.  This second
acetate features a slightly extended ending.


12  Experiment
Much about this recording is unknown, including the title.
Traditionally, it's been called Experiment (as we do here) or
Sunshine.  But that was before anyone learned what Sunshine
really was.


13  Sunshine
Sunshine is really the last section of Matilda Mother.
Matilda Mother had been rerecorded on 7 June 1967.  However,
Norman Smith decided that the instrumental section in the
middle was too long.  During an editing session on 29 June,
he literally cut the tape into three pieces.  The first part
was called "Matilda Mother", the second part (the part being
deleted) was called "Wondering and Dreaming", and the third
part was called "Sunshine" (based on a convenient lyrical
reference at that point).  Parts one and three were then
spliced together to create the official version.  On the
stereo release, the "Sunshine" lyric in the left channel gets
overpowered by the "For all the time spent in that room" lyric
that predominates the right channel.  To better hear and
appreciate "Sunshine", I've made a mono version of just the
left channel starting at the splice point.


14  Scream Thy Last Scream
Recorded at Abbey Road on 7 August 1967.  This track is taken
from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.


15  Set The Controls
16  Reaction in G
Taken from the BBC's inaugural "Top Gear" Radio 1 program
aired on 1 October 1967 (not from a pirate radio rebroadcast).
The tracks were recorded at the BBC's Playhouse Theatre on
25 September 1967.  The DJs heard on these tracks are
Pete Drummond and John Peel.  Both DJs were former Radio
London DJs (which had shut down on 14 August 1967).  Note,
the Marine Offenses Act (which took effect 15 August 1967)
made these offshore pirate radio stations illegal.


17  Vegetable Man
Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967.  This track
is taken from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.


18  Remember a Day
This instrumental version of the song is taken from the DVD
of the Syd Barrett spoof film "Remember a Day" starring
Darryl Read.  Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967.


19  Apples and Oranges
Recorded at Abbey Road on 26-27 October 1967.  This track is
the stereo version taken from the Masters of Rock LP.


20  Pow R Toc H
Taken from the BBC's "Top Gear" Radio 1 program aired on
31 December 1967.  The track was recorded 20 December 1967
at the BBC's Maida Vale studio.  Although this track appears
on our BBC Archives 1967-1969 release, it is not the same.
The BBC archives version is taken from a rebroadcast of the
show and has the ending significantly cut short.  This
track here on Dawn of the Piper rev A contains the entire
song from the recently uncovered original broadcast.


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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1969-03-14 Concerthouse,Stockholm,Sweden



Led Zeppelin
3-14-1969 First ScandinavianTour, Concerthouse,Stockholm,Sweden
KICS(TRANTURA)

Mono SBD

Lineage:
Soundboard>?>silvers>EAC>Flac Frontend 8

01 I Can't Quit You (5:34)
02 I Gotta Move (3:31)
03 Dazed And Confused (10:08)
04 How Many More Times (2:14)

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Led Zeppelin 1969-02-14 The Image Club North Miami Beach, Fl



Led Zeppelin "Yellow Zeppelin"(Trantura) North Miami Beach, Florida 1969.2.14 Audience

Artist: Led Zeppelin
Date: 1969.2.14
Venue: The Image Club
Location: North Miami Beach, Florida, USA
Source: Audience
Lineage: My Silver > EAC > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC(level 7)

Title: Yellow Zeppelin (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


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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Jimi Hendrix Villanova Junction (ATM 007-008)




Villanova Junction (ATM 007-008 / 12.03.1999 / 2CDR)

(Outtakes 1968-70 incl. Buddy Miles Jam
New York City 14.11.69) Low Gen

Disc 1:
"All Along The Watchtower"
(2) / "Calling All Devil's Children"
(2) / "Country Blues"
(2) / "Astro Man"
(3) Jam / "Red House"
(7) / "Ships Passing In The Night" / Drums / "Villanova Junction"
(14) / "Hear My Train A-Comin'"
(52) / "Belly Button Window"
(5) / "Three Little Bears"
(5) / "South Saturn Delta"
(5) -> Jam / "Stepping Stone" ( )

Disc 2:
"Freedom"
(1) / "Lover Man"
(7) / "Valleys Of Neptune"
(23) / "Freedom"
(3) / "Dolly Dagger"
(2) / "Bleeding Heart"
(4) / "Earth Blues"
(5) / "Ezy Rider"
(10) / "Izabella"
(10) / "Ezy Rider"
(7) / "Room Full Of Mirrors"
(4) / "Backwards Guitar Experiment" / "Send My Love To Linda"
(1-3) / "Ezy Rider"
(12) Jam -> Jam -> "Cherokee Mist"
(7) / JS21 / "Midnight Lightning" (1)

notes:
- This material has a MD in the lineage before final transfer from DAT to CDR.
- Featuring material found on "Mixdown Master Tapes Vol.1-3" (ftbfs: B621 /
  B622 / B623) but in slightly better quality (Lower Gen and no de-noising).
- Upgrade without MD in the lineage available.



0007/0008    VILLANOVA JUNCTION

All along the Watchtower (2)    3:59            Freedom (1)    3:50
Calling All Devil’s Children (2)    7:32        Lover Man (7)    2:43
Country Blues (2)    8:27                    Valleys of Neptune (23) [instrumental]    4:19
Astro Man (3) Jam    11:14                    Freedom (3) [instrumental]    4:13
Electric Church / Red House (7)    6:56            Dolly Dagger (2)    3:55
Ships Passing in the Night    2:36            Bleeding Heart (4)    3:04
Drum Solo    0:29                            Earth Blues (5)    4:08
Villanova Junction (14)    4:03                    Ezy Rider (10)    3:39
Hear My Train A-Comin’ (52)    8:03            Izabella (10)    2:52
Belly Button Window (5)    3:40                    Ezy Rider (7)    4:04
Three Little Bears (5) /                Room Full of Mirrors (4)    3:12
South Saturn Delta (5) /                Backward Guitar Experiment    1:12
Instrumental Jam    12:33                    Send My Love to Linda (1)    0:56
Stepping Stone (16) [incomplete]    1:08        Send My Love to Linda (2)    1:16
                                Send My Love to Linda (3)    1:21
                                Ezy Rider (12) Jam    9:39
                                Captain Coconut Jam / Cherokee
                                Mist (7)    6:16
                                Guitar Improv (JS 21)    5:13
                                Midnight Lightning (1)    4:16





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Friday, May 10, 2013

Jimi Hendrix LA Without the Words (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 006)





LA Without the Words (Rainy Day Discs / ATM 006 / 12.03.1999 / 1CDR)

(Outtakes 1969-70) Low Gen

Tracklist: "
Ezy Rider / Dance"
(2) / "Valleys Of Neptune"
(22) / "Bolero"
(3) / "Jam Back At The House" aka. "Beginning"
(1) / "Things I Used To Do"
(4) / "Lover Man"
(2) / "Midnight Lightning"
(4) / "Peace In Mississippi"
(1) / "Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You"
(5) / "Lover Man" (false start) -> "Dancing Blues" aka "Hollywood / Duet Jam" (JS3)

notes:
- Material from the KPFA Tapes.
- Same as Disc 2 of "The Electric Church" 2CD set.
- More material from the KPFA Tapes is available on ATM 057-058 "The KPFA Tapes / Sound
  Center Studios", ATM 187-191 "Hendrix for Everyone" and the Collector's Disc "The KPFA Tapes".
- This material has a MD in the lineage before final transfer from DAT to CDR.
- Upgrade without MD in lineage available.




0006    L.A. WITHOUT THE WORDS

Ezy Rider / Dance (3)    3:51            Midnight Lightning (4)    4:08
Valleys of Neptune (22)    3:51            Peace in Mississippi (1)    7:12
Bolero (1)    5:59                    Lord, I Sing the Blues (5)    10:24
Jam Back at the House (11)    5:31        Lover Man (false start)    0:03
The Things I Used to Do (4)    6:57        Instrumental / Winter Blues (JS 3)    9:11
Lover Man (2)    5:39




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Jimi Hendrix To the Highest Bidder - Sotheby's Plus (ATM 005)





To the Highest Bidder - Sotheby's Plus (ATM 005 / 23.01.1999 / 1CDR)

(Outtakes 1967-68: The Sotheby Tapes plus Studio Center Studios,
New York City 13.03.68)
Very Low Gen - * Speed corrected

Tracklist:
"Wait Until Tomorrow"
(2) / "Ain't No Telling"
(3) / "Castles Made Of Sand"
(3) / "One Rainy Wish"
(5) / "Spanish Castle Magic"
(1) / "Jazz Jimi Jazz" / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)"
(2) / "South Saturn Delta"
(1) / "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)"
(1) / "Little One"
(2) / "EXP"
(2) * / "Up From The Skies"
(3) * / "She's So Fine"
(4) * / "Somewhere"
(1) * / "Bold As Love" (
2) / "Little Miss Strange"
(1) / "1983 ... A Merman I Should Turn To Be"
(1) / "Bold As Love" (3 -> coda of 4)




Wait Until Tomorrow (2)    3:15            E. X. P. (2)    1:49
Ain't No Telling (3)    1:46            Up from the Skies (3)    2:56
Castles Made of Sand (3)    2:44        She's So Fine (4)    2:36
One Rainy Wish (5)    3:43            Somewhere (1)    3:51
Spanish Castle Magic (1) [instrumental]    2:39    Bold As Love (2)    3:24
Jazz Jimi Jam    12:12                    Little Miss Strange (1) [instrumental]    3:09
Electric Ladyland (2)    5:18            1983 (1)    4:15
South Saturn Delta (1)    4:34            Bold As Love (3)    3:53
Electric Ladyland (1)    4:38            Bold As Love (4)    1:22
Little One (2)    3:29




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Jimi Hendrix The Electric Lady Mixing Sessions (ATM 002)




JIMI HENDRIX
The Electric Lady Mixing Sessions (ATM 002)

Outtakes 1970
Extraordinary Archives Traded Material series of the highest quality Hendrix recordings available in traders' circuits.
All recordings in the ATM series are taken from the lowest generation masters available, and they have all been digitally restored unless otherwise indicated.
Thanks to Hans-Peter Johnsen

1. Nightbird Flying - mixing session
2. Dolly Dagger
3. Freedom - overdub session
4. Drifting - overdub session

All relevant informations on ATM series and Hendrix bootlegs, including detailed tracklists, on Hans-Peter Johnsen's In From The Storm site:
http://home.online.no/~hpjohnse/hendrix.html


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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1969-02-02 The Rockpile, Toronto, Canada



LED ZEPPELIN
February 2, 1969
The Rockpile, Toronto, Canada
Audience Recording

Reel Master > DAT (2) > CD-R > EAC > WAV > FLAC Level 8 Verified

1.  Introduction
2.  Train Kept A Rollin'
3.  I Can't Quit You
4.  Dazed & Confused
5.  You Shook Me
6.  Killing Floor
7.  How Many More Times

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Led Zeppelin 1969-02-01 Fillmore East New York,NY




Band Name: Led Zeppelin
Venue: Fillmore East
City/State/Country: New York, USA
Date: 1969-01-31 (disc 1); 1969-01-01 (disc 2)

Source: audience
Lineage: Silvers>CDR(1)>Eac>Wav

Bootleg Title: New York In The Wind, The Legendary Fillmore Series-East Vol. 2 (Empress Valley)
File Size: 529 Mb Flac

Setlist:

Disc 1 (1969-01-31)

1 The Train Kept A Rolling
2 I Cant Quit You
3 Dazed And Confused
4 Pat's Delight
5 How Many More Times (inc. The Hunter)
6 You Shook Me

Disc 2 (1969-02-01)

1 Introduction
2 White Summer
3 Black Mountain Side
4 The Train Kept A Rolling
5 I Cant Quit You
6 Pat's Delight
7 How Many More Times (inc. Dazed And Confused, The Hunter)
8 Communication Breakdown


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Sunday, May 5, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1969-01-31 Fillmore East NY




Band Name: Led Zeppelin
Venue: Fillmore East
City/State/Country: New York, USA
Date: 1969-01-31 (disc 1)

Source: audience
Lineage: Silvers>CDR(1)>Eac>Wav

Bootleg Title: New York In The Wind, The Legendary Fillmore Series-East Vol. 2 (Empress Valley)
File Size: 277 Mb Flac

Setlist:

Disc 1 (1969-01-31)

1 The Train Kept A Rolling
2 I Cant Quit You
3 Dazed And Confused
4 Pat's Delight
5 How Many More Times (inc. The Hunter)
6 You Shook Me

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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1969-01-26 Boston Tea Party Boston,MA




Led Zeppelin
Boston Tea Party
Boston, MA
January 26, 1969

Master>1st gen>2nd gen>CDR2

Disc 1:

01. Train Kept A Rollin'
02. I Can't Quit You Baby
03. Killing Floor
04. Dazed and Confused
05. You Shook Me
06. Communication Breakdown

Disc 2:

01. White Summer
02. White Summer (continued)
03. White Summer (continued)
04. Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
05. Pat's Delight
06. How Many More Times

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Led Zeppelin 1969-01-23 Boston Tea Party Boston,MA




Led Zeppelin
Boston Tea Party
Boston,MA
January 23,1969

Empress Valley


Intro
Train Kept A Rollin'
I Can't Quit You
As Long As I Have You Medley
Dazed And Confused
You Shook Me

Silver->Easy CD-DA Extractor Pro->Flac 7

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Led Zeppelin 1977-06-03 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL



Led Zeppelin
06.03.77 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL
(3) AUD Sources & Announcements

Source 1 - Aiwa mics > Marantz Master > DAT1 > CD-R 17:36 min
Source 2 - John T's Master > DAT1 > CD-R 18:37min
Source 3 - Cal's Master > DAT > CD-R 21:03min
Source 3 - Cal's Tape, Local TV reports 7th Gen 0:43min

All sources on a single CD-R > EAC > FLAC

Here are the (3) AUD sources for Zeppelins' Tampa '77 show,
including stage announcements and news broadcasts.
All sources are from the masters with the first being the
most distant. Source 2 especially is an excellent recording
with very little disturbance.

Even though the playing is exceptional, gutsy and strong the
show had to be called off due to a severe rainstorm breaking
out and a danger of electrocution threatening the event.
After only 3 songs, the show was cancelled and a huge riot broke out.
The stadium was trashed and the subsequent riot was extensively covered
by the press, and it's marvelously preserved in these recordings.
The sound is excellent and the playing is great!

Source 1
01 The Song Remains The Same
02 The Rover/Sick Again
03 Nobody's Fault But Mine
04 Crowd Noise & Cancellation Announcement

Source 2
05 The Song Remains The Same
06 The Rover/Sick Again
07 Nobody's Fault But Mine

Source 3
08 The Song Remains The Same
09 The Rover/Sick Again
10 Nobody's Fault But Mine
11 Crowd Noise & Cancellation Announcement
12 TV Report 1
13 TV Report 2
14 TV Report 3



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Friday, May 3, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1969-01-05 Whisky a GO GO Los Angeles, CA









 Led Zeppelin
'Live At Whisky A Go-Go!!!'
EVSD

Whisky a go-go
Los Angeleses, CA
USA
5th january 1969


Silver CD > EAC test and copy (with correct offsets) > WAV >  FLAC level 6



Setlist (52:15 mins)


As long as i have you
I can't quit you
The train kept a rollin'
Babe im gonna leave you
Dazed and confused
Killing floor
For your love


Here you have the long awaited previously unreleased whisky a go go show
from 5th jan 1969. this is the cd version. i would rate it a very good
audience recording, especially for the time.


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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Led Zeppelin 1977-05-22 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas




Led Zeppelin
It'll Be Zep (Silver Rarities)
Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas
May 22, 1977

Disc 1
1. crowd
2. The Song Remains the Same
3. Sick Again
4. Nobody's Fault But Mine
5. In My Time of Dying
6. Since I've Been Loving You

Disc 2
1. No Quarter
2. Ten Years Gone (only first few minutes)
3. Going to California
4. Black Country Woman
5. Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
6. White Summer / Black Mountain Side
7. Kashmir

Disc 3
1. Moby Dick
2. Jimmy's Solo
3. Achilles Last Stand
4. Stairway to Heaven
5. Whole Lotta Love / Rock and Roll
6. It'll Be Me*

* With Mick Ralphs

Disc Times - 45:26 / 57:52 / 70:45 (174:03)



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