Sunday, January 31, 2016

David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 16



The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive.
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.

Vol. XVI

Back Outside - Le Galaxy, Metz, February 16, 1996, Capitol Ballroom, Washington, September 7, 1996
National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, November 21, 1995
Boys Keep Singing - Exeter, November 26, 1995, Brussel, January 27, 1996, London, November 14,
1995, London, June 20, 1986, Dancing In The Street, Duet with Mick Jagger.
Live By Request - Sony Studios, New York, June 15, 2002, NBC, Today Show, June 14, 2002
David Letterman Show, June 10, 2002, Battery Park, NY, May 15, 2002
Men Like Us - Hamburg, October 24, 1991
Now - St George's Hall, Bradford, July 2, 1989 

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Bruce Springsteen 1980-10-17 Keil Opera House, St Louis, MO


Bruce Springsteen

Title: Gateway To The Best
Location: Keil Opera House, St Louis, MO
Date: 17 October, 1980

Lineage: Flac Trade

Including: md5, ffp, Frequency/Spectral Analysis, Artwork & Info file

Stelist:

Disc 1:

01. Born To Run
02. Prove It All Night
03. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
04. Darkness On The Edge Of Town
05. Factory
06. Independence Day
07. Jackson Cage
08. The Promised Land
09. Out In The Street
10. Two Hearts
11. Racing In The Street
12. The River
13. Badlands


Disc 2:

01. Thunder Road
02. Cadillac Ranch
03. Fire
04. Sherry Darling
05. I Wanna Marry You
06. The Ties That Bind
07. Wreck On The Highway
08. Point Blank
09. Crush On You
10. Ramrod
11. You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)
12. Stolen Car


Disc 3:

01. Backstreets
02. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
03. Jungleland
04. Detroit Medley


From BruceBase:

17/10/80 - KIEL OPERA HOUSE, ST LOUIS, MO

BORN TO RUN / PROVE IT ALL NIGHT / TENTH AVENUE FREEZE-OUT / DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN / FACTORY / INDEPENDENCE DAY / JACKSON CAGE / THE PROMISED LAND / OUT IN THE STREET / TWO HEARTS / RACING IN THE STREET / THE RIVER / BADLANDS / THUNDER ROAD / CADILLAC RANCH / FIRE / SHERRY DARLING / I WANNA MARRY YOU / THE TIES THAT BIND / WRECK ON THE HIGHWAY / POINT BLANK / CRUSH ON YOU / RAMROD / YOU CAN LOOK / STOLEN CAR / BACKSTREETS / ROSALITA / JUNGLELAND / DETROIT MEDLEY

Audience tape. Available on CDR "St Louis 80".

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Friday, January 29, 2016

David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 14



The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive. 
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.



Vol. XIV
Class Of 74 Vol.I 2xCD - Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles 4th September 1974
Coca Cola Planet Live 50th Birthday Bash 2xCD - Rare official Euro promo only Austereo/MCM 2-CD radio show, live + interview PL/DB01/1-2.
Madison Square Garden, New York 9th January 1997
Dallas Moonlight 2xCD - Las Colinas Soundstage, Dallas, Texas 27th April 1983 - see also The Hawk And The Dove
Live. Inside 2xCD - Riverport Amphitheatre, St. Louis, USA 11th October 1995
MissingLinksOneZiggy 1xCD - Demos and rare tracks
Realm Of Reality 2xCD - The Palace at Auburn Hills, Detroit MI, USA 9th January 2004
Rehearsing Sound + Vision 1xCD - Tour Rehearsals New York(?) February 1990(?)

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Eric Clapton 1974-07-20 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA


Eric Clapton

Title: Deep Inside - Live at Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – July 20th, 1974
Label: Beano
Cat. Number: 011

Source: Soundboard Recording
Lineage: Original CD Copy  > WAVE > FLAC

Disc.1
01: Introduction
02: Smile
03: Easy Now
04: Let It Grow
05: I Shot The Sheriff
06: Layla
07: Little Wing
08: Willie And The Hand Jive - Not Included Officially released on "Crossroads 2"
09: Get Ready - Not Included Officially released on "Crossroads 2"
10: Badge

Disc.2
01: Can't Find My Way Home - Not Included Officially released on "Crossroads 2"
02: Drifting Blues
03: Rambling On My Mind - Not Included Officially released on "Crossroads 2"
04: Let It Rain
05: Presence Of The Lord - Not Included Officially released on "Crossroads 2"
06: Crossroads
07: Steady Rollin' Man
08: Band Introduction
09: Little Queenie
10: Blues Power

This release has improved upon the previous ones by releasing, for the first time, the complete “Blues Power” track, other than having the best sound quality available.

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David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 13

The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive. 
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.



Vol. XIII
A London Boy 4xCD - Roseland Ballroom, New York 16th & 19th June 2000
Class Of 74 Vol.III 2xCD - Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles 2nd September 1974
Nantes 97 2xCD - La Trocadiere, Nantes 16th June 1997.
Rock In Rio 2xCD - Rio De Janeiro 20th September 1990
The Hawk And The Dove 2xCD - Los Colinas Soundstage, Dallas, Texas 27th April 1983. Soundcheck from the rehearsals for the Serious Moonlight tour.
Only known recording with Stevie Ray Vaughan before he was sacked from the tour. See also Dallas Moonlight

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Bruce Springsteen 2003-09-27 Miller Park Milwaukee,WI




Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band


27-Sep-2003
Milwaukee,WI
Miller Park,USA

Remasted

01 Candy's room
02 The rising
03 Lonesome day
04 My love will not let you down
05 Brilliant disguise
06 Empty sky
07 Waitin' on a sunny day
08 BEER BARREL POLKA
09 Two hearts
10 Who'll stop the rain?
11 The fuse
12 Because the night
13 Badlands
14 She's the one
15 Mary's place
16 Across the border
17 Jungleland
18 Into the fire
19 Bobby Jean
20 Kitty's back
21 Born to run
22 Seven nights to rock
23 My city of ruins
24 Land of hope and dreams
25 Rosalita (Come out tonight)
26 Dancing in the dark
27 Cadillac ranch


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David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 12



The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive. 
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.



Vol. XII
Chile Pepper 97 2xCD - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA 8th October 1997
Le Zenith 2002 4xCD - Le Zenith, Paris 24th and 25th September 2002
New York's A Go Go 2xCD - Glass Spider Tour Rehearsals, New York March/April 1987
Overture & Beginners 1xCD - Tour Rehearsals New York(?) February 1990(?). See Reaheasing Sound + Vision for a better version.
Still Hunky Dory 2xCD - Roseland Ballroom, New York City, NY, USA 19th June 2000

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 11



The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive. 
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.



Vol. XI
Back At The Beeb 1xCD - Recorded at Maida Vale Studios, London 18th September 2002. Excellent BBC Radio 2 FM sound quality.
Class Of 74 Vol. IV 1xCD - The Omni Arena, Atlanta, 1st December 1974
Live At The Capital Ballroom 2xCD - Capital Ballroom, Washington, DC 7th September 1996
Musique Plus Canada 1xCD - Musique Plus Canada TV 22/11/99 / Later...with Jools Holland 4/12/99 / TFI Friday 26/11/99.
On The Rox 2xCD - Tin Machine at The Roxy, Los Angeles 16th and 17th June 1989
Radio City Calling 2xCD - Radio City Music Hall, New York 15th October 1997. The GQ Men of the Year Awards Show.
Something In The Airwaves 1xCD - A collection of 1999 TV & Radio performances
Visions & Sounds 2xCD - Palais Omnisports, Bercy Hall, Paris, France 3rd April 1990


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Monday, January 25, 2016

Bruce Springsteen 1999-06-26 Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark


Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Copenhagen Night
Location: Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark
Date: June 26, 1999
Source: Audience
Label: Crystal Cat Records (534-536)

Disc 1:
01 - Intro               
02 - Who'll Stop The Rain
03 - Prove It All Night
04 - Two Hearts     
05 - The Promised Land
06 - Darlington County
07 - Tougher Than The Rest
08 - The River      
09 - Youngstown     
10 - Murder Incorporated
11 - Badlands       
12 - Out In The Street

Disc 2:
01 - Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out
02 - Where The Bands Are
03 - Working On The Highway
04 - Because The Night
05 - The Ghost Of Tom Joad
06 - Streets Of Philadelphia
07 - Backstreets
08 - Light Of Day
09 - Stand On It
10 - Hungry Heart

Disc 3:
01 - Born To Run
02 - Bobby Jean     
03 - Thunder Road
04 - If I Should Fall Behind
05 - Land Of Hope And Dreams
06 - My Love Will Not Let You Down*
07 - Darkness On The Edge Of Town*
08 - Mansion On The Hill*
09 - The River*      
10 - My Girl*        
11 - Jungleland*

* 1999-06-27 Valle Hovin, Oslo, Norway  


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Sunday, January 24, 2016

David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 10

The Savage Jaw Archives.


The official SITA project in cooperation with Ziggy In Concert and Mind-Warp PaVilion.


Towards the end of the 1990's affordable home computers, CD copiers and internet connections forever changed the way that many music collectors traded their recordings. It became so much easier to contact other collectors from around the world without having to wait weeks for replies to letters, trades to be agreed and tapes to be copied, dispatched and delivered. Contacts could be made quickly and copies could be sent out quickly too. Unfortunately, the mail was still quite slow but it was all a big improvement in the opinion of many of us.

A group of traders would hang out at Ziggy In Concert forum and from there would get to know each other, arrange trades and generally have some fun whilst waiting for the mail to arrive. 
(http://zic.proboards.com/  or http://www.angelfire.com/la2/zic/  for a little stroll down memory lane)

Move the clock forward to 2004 by which time many of us had "super quick" 512kbps home "broadband" and had become familiar with BitTorrent which enabled us to get recordings sometimes in hours rather than weeks. The focus for music collectors had moved once again. We were crying out for a Torrent site which specialised in the artist whose music had brought us all together, namely David Bowie.

Goodness only knows how much work went on behind the scenes but on April 1st 2004, Savage Jaw opened it's doors, inviting everyone in to join the swarm and enjoy David Bowie "At The Atlantis". Not everybody saw this development as a good thing but the vast majority welcomed the site and the recordings with open arms. Throughout it's relatively short lifespan, Savage Jaw operated strictly to the motto "Where Quality Counts". Everything available through the site was the very best available to us. Sadly, Savage Jaw as a Bowie Torrent site closed it's doors around August 2005 but left a legacy of which those involved can be justifiably proud.

Rather than forget about this legacy a fitting tribute was put together in the form of The Savage Jaw Archives.



Vol. X
A Son Of The Circus 3xCD - Soundboard. Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Canada 28th August 1987
BC Bunnehs 2xCD - GM Place Dome, Vancouver 24th January 2004
Cleveland 1976 2xCD - Public Auditorium, Cleveland 28th February 1976
Gotta Get It Right 1xCD - Rehearsals with Marc Bolan for The Marc Show recorded in Manchester, England September 1977
High, Live And Dirty 1xCD - Tin Machine at La Cigale, Paris 25th June 1989
Reality Tour Columbus 2xCD - Veterans Memorial, Columbus OH 24th May 2004
This Ain't My Hometown 1xCD - Satellite recording, John Labatt Centre, London, Ontari,o Canada 14th May 2004
Totally Serious 2xCD - Montreal, Canada July 13, 1983. This is NOT the FM broadcast. It was taken from a "Reference Tape" of the complete performance.
It was recorded to document the 1983 Serious Moonlight Tour. A planned double album never saw the light of day. "Modern Love" from this set was
used on 1983 EMI single EA 158(UK) / 8177(US). The last 57 seconds of "China Girl" was lost during a sloppy transfer to cassette in 1995. This has been repaired using a clip from the FM broadcast.


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Neil Young 1976-11-22 Boston Music Hall (Late Show) Boston, MA

Neil Young
Boston Music Hall (Late Show)
Boston, MA
11/22/76

Set 1

01 Tell Me Why
02 Roll Another Number
03 Journey through the Past
04 The Needle and the Damage Down
05 Harvest
06 Campaigner
07 Pocahontas
08 A Man Needs a Maid
09 Sugar Mountain

Set 2

01 Country Home
02 Don't Cry no Tears
03 Drive Back
04 Cowgirl in the Sand
05 Bite the Bullet
06 Lotta Love
07 Like a Hurricane
08 After the Goldrush
09 Are you Ready for the Country
10 Cortez the Killer
11 Cinnamon Girl
12 Homegrown
13 Southern Man


I got this on furthernet years ago and I have no other source info, shn>flac conversion via shntool. Very nice Aud.


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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Eric Clapton 1974-09-28 Hampton Roads Coliseum Hampton, VA


Eric Clapton - A Drunkard's Night
Hampton Roads Coliseum
Hampton, VA
September 28, 1974
Be Twisted BTCD-013 Silvers


Single Disc:
1. Tell The Truth
2. I Shot The Sheriff
3. Little Rachel
4. Willie And The Hand Jive - Get Ready
5. Singing The Blues
6. Badge
7. Blues Power
8. Sail On
9. Mainline Florida

The Band:
Eric Clapton   guitar, vocals
Jamie Oldaker   drums
Dick Sims   keyboards
Carl Radle   bass
George Terry   guitar
Yvonne Elliman   backing vocals
Marcy Levy   backing vocals

Artwork Included.
Lineage:
Soundboard>?>Silvers>EAC>Flac Frontend 6

My rating (scale 1-6)  5

Geetarz Comments:
EC begins the set having problems with feedback
from the PA system, shouting "feedback!" several times.
EC tosses in a few verses of "Sweet Little Liza" during
"Little Rachel". This disc is noteworthy for a rare
(if drunken) performance of "Honey Bee".
Last but not least, EC throws in "I get around" during the
chorus of "Mainline Florida" (I'll bet he did back in those days!).


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Friday, January 15, 2016

Dire Straits 1985-10-12 Madison Square Garden New York, NY




Dire Straits with guests Billy Joel and David Sanborn, 1985-10-12 Madison Square Garden  - "New York '85" - COMPLETE VERSION!! Great Sound (With samples)

Source: Audience
Format : 2CDRs

CD 1
1.  Intro (mixed by the tapers)
2.  Ride Across The River
3.  Expresso Love
4.  One World
5.  Romeo and Juliet
6.  Private Investigations
7.  Sultans of Swing
8.  Why Worry (with David Sanborn)
9.  Walk Of Life
10. Two Young Lovers (with Billy Joel)

CD 2
1. Money For Nothing
2. Wild West End - part one
3. Wild West End - part two
3. Tunnel Of Love
4. Brothers In Arms
5. Solid Rock
6. Going Home (Local Hero)

Guest player David Sanborn (saxofoon)
Guest player Billy Joel(piano)

Dire Straits:
Mark Knopfler : guitars and vocals
John Illsley : bass and backing vocals
Terry Williams : drums
Jack Sonni : guitars
Alan Clark : keyboards
Guy Fletcher : keyboards and backing vocals
Chris White : sax and backing vocals

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THX to the original taper and uploader, thanks Enlight
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comments J.V.Tol (OEB):

Nice sounding audience recording from New York 1985
with guests Billy Joel on Two young Lovers, and David Sanborn on Why Worry.
Great 22 minute version of Tunnel of Love!
Complete concert.
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Comment knopflerlive:
Nice concert, really long version of Tunnel of Love (22 minutes, includes parts of Riders On The Storm and Runaway),
great versions of Walk of Life, Two Young Lovers 
10-minutes long Wild West End.
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Comments pyroman:
Very nice audience recording, good sound and complete setlist. 
Featuring two guestplayers: David Sanborn on sax in Why Worry and Billy Joel in Two Young Lovers. 
The Americans who recorded this show clearly loved to hear themselves talking, but luckily they do it between songs ;-).
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Enlight note:
This concert is complete, it does not ends with "Money for Nothing" like some other bootleg-recordings from this date!!

The 20sec intro  is a creative homemade concert anouncement for this show mixed with a remix from "the Twilight zone" tune......very scary ;-)
Great show , the saxofoon solo by David Sanborn during the outro of "why worry" is breathtaking
Billy Joel shows off his boogie woogie piano skills during a very nice "two young lover" . The tapers were very glad to see Billy
comming up........although screaming to him is not a clever trick when taping.
Enjoy this rare recording (And don't mix  up with the incomplete version and the "new york city 85" bootleg which is from another date)

Covers (complete version), Flaclog and MD5 included.

Take care
Enlight 2011-02

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Bruce Springsteen 1981-05-03 Market SquareArena Indianapolis, IN



Date: 1981-05-03
Location: MARKET SQUARE ARENA, INDIANAPOLIS, IN
Bruce Base: http://www.brucebase.org.uk/gig1981.htm#71
Storyteller: http://www.brucebase.org.uk/stories/050381.htm
Label: - N/A
Catalog #: - N/A
Taper: N/A
Source: Audience Tape 
Transferred By: KM
Transfer & Generation info: - Tape (Unknown Generation) TDK D-90 Normal Bias 120 us EQ Tape ->Technics HM332 Tapedeck -> Generic Soundcard
 -> Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (16bit/44.1khz) -> Wav ->Track Split (CDWave) -> flac frontend v1.7.1 (Level 8, Verify, Align on SB)                           


Disc 1 (71:34)
01. 1981-03-05 101 Intro (0:42)
02. 1981-03-05 102 Prove It All Night (5:43)
03. 1981-03-05 103 Out In The Streets (5:20)
04. 1981-03-05 104 Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (5:22)
05. 1981-03-05 105 Darkness On The Edge Of Town (5:02)
06. 1981-03-05 106 Factory (3:22)
07. 1981-03-05 107 Independence Day (7:16)
08. 1981-03-05 108 Wholl Stop The Rain (3:43)
09. 1981-03-05 109 Two Hearts (2:58)
10. 1981-03-05 110 The Promised Land (7:06)
11. 1981-03-05 110 This Land Is Your Land (5:07)
12. 1981-03-05 111 The River (6:45)
13. 1981-03-05 112 Badlands (6:07)
14. 1981-03-05 113 Thunder Road (7:01)

Disc 2 (62:35)
01. 1981-03-05 201 Cadillac Ranch (5:48)
02. 1981-03-05 202 Sherry Darling (5:08)
03. 1981-03-05 203 Hungry Heart (4:50)
04. 1981-03-05 204 Fire (4:51)
05. 1981-03-05 205 You Can Look (4:30)
06. 1981-03-05 206 Fade Away (9:30)
07. 1981-03-05 207 Because The Night (6:09)
08. 1981-03-05 208 Stolen Car (5:58)
09. 1981-03-05 209 Racing In The Street (8:11)
10. 1981-03-05 210 Candys Room (3:07)
11. 1981-03-05 211 Ramrod (4:33)

Disc 3 (38:38)
01. 1981-03-05 301 Rosalita (12:21)
02. 1981-03-05 302 Im A Rocker (3:58)
03. 1981-03-05 303 Intro (1:31)
04. 1981-03-05 304 Jungleland (10:51)
05. 1981-03-05 305 Born To Run (4:59)
06. 1981-03-05 306 Detroit Medley (4:58)

Known faults:
Edit between Two Hearts -> Promised Land. End of Tape 1 side A. Start of side B.
Thunder Road -> Cadillac Ranch. End of first set/Start of second.
Sherry Darling -> Hungry Heart. Slight edit. Portion of duplicate track removed. Tape change?? Slight sound change.
Candys Room -> Duplicate portion removed. Sound poor.
Born To Run -> Detroit Medley. Edit.
Detroit Medley -> End cut.

Notes:

Review:
Again, this was one of those River shows which has proven difficult to find in a lossless and complete state.
Thanks to MARTINLEICESTER for providing this tape.



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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

David Bowie 1973-03-01 Masonic Auditorium Detroit, MI

David Bowie
Detroit Masonic Auditorium
1st March 1973 STEREO.

from low gen tape

Nakamichi Tapedeck>CD Wave>TLH

01 Intro
02 Hang onto Yourself
03 Ziggy Stardust
04 Changes
05 Moonage Daydream
06 Panic in Detroit
07 Five Years
08 Watch That Man
09 Aladdin Sane
10 Width of a Circle
11 Space Oddity
12 Time (cut off)
13 Suffragette City 
14 The Jean Genie
15 Rock n Roll Suicide

This is another low gen tape of this show I have been sent : the earlier version sounded very good to me but on comparing to this one the right channel had a little distortion. The guitar sounds slightly clearer on the earlier torrent but that is after some minor processing. I am upping this as a raw transfer at this point : I may offer a 'processed' one at some point but the quality of the recording means I would rather wait until a professional mixer I know might have a go at it (depending on his workload) or whether anyone who downloads this who really knows their stuff works on it. I can do minor tweaks (some will disagree of course), but I often prefer the 'widening' process I do on mono-ish recordings (which of course some like, some don't).

This is a true stereo tape and is very good as it, just a little hissy really.


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Monday, January 11, 2016

Neil Young 1976-11-22 Boston Music Hall Boston, MA




(TomP) Remaster

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
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Boot: "Well-Known Secret"
Dates: November 22, 1976
Venue: Boston Music Hall
City: Boston
Country: U.S.A.

Ex Stereo Audience Recording
Lineage: Screamer Bootleg CD > WAV > FLAC

Changes Made (Nero 7):
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Phase correction of -0.12 msec
- Corrects balance offset of voices
- Clearer sound
Cross-mixed channels (96:4)
- More bass and body to the sound
- Individual harmonising voices now clearly / separately audible
- Neil's guitar and voice clearer and more to the foreground
Fixed 200+ volume fluctuations in all the acoustic tracks
Reduced the applause volume by -2dB on all acoustic tracks
Increased music volume on all acoustic tracks by +2dB
Reduced left channel by 10% on electric disks to centre stereo image
Evened the different volume levels on different tracks

Poor quality 'bonus' set included (Palladium, N.Y.C November 20, 1976) but not remastered

Quality: Got to be A++
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IMHO this is possibly the best NY / CH ever !! The original boot wasn't well edited, but
with the changes above, it is now truly great. Neil's guitar is better recorded and more
to the foreground than most so if you like that...

...Don't miss it !!

Neil Young: Guitar, Keyboards, Banjo, Harmonica, Vocals
Frank Sampedro: Guitar, Keyboadrs, Vocals
Billy Talbot: Bass, Vocals
Ralph Molina: Drums, Vocals 

Disk1 Early Show (solo)
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05.37 The Old Laughing Lady
03.51 Human Highway
03.36 Journey Through The Past
03.44 Pocahontas
02.40 The Needle And The Damage Done
03.52 Give Me Strength
05.19 A Man Needs A Maid
05.36 Sugar Mountain

Disk2 Early Show (electric)
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06.20 Country Home
02.38 Don't Cry No Tears
09.38 Down By The River
03.15 Lotta Love
10.58 Like A Hurricane
04.35 After The Goldrush
08.34 Cortez The Killer
08.28 Cinnamon Girl
05.08 Are You Ready For The Country ?

Disk3 Late Show (solo)
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04.04 Tell Me Why
02.51 Roll Another Number
03.38 Journey Through The Past
02.21 The Needle And The Damage Done
02.59 Harvest
03.47 Campaigner
03.37 Pocahontas
04.29 A Man Needs A Maid
06.52 Sugar Mountain

Disk4 Late Show (electric)
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05.21 Country Home
03.06 Don't Cry No Tears
04.02 Drive Back
09.42 Cowgirl In The Sand
04.36 Bite The Bullet
03.17 Lotta Love
10.25 Like A Hurricane
04.14 After The Goldrush
04.13 Are You Ready For The Country ?
06.38 Cortez The Killer
05.20 Cinnamon Girl
02.53 Homegrown
06.23 Southern Man

remaster notes:
  this was posted by Tom Phillips on Dec. 24, 2007, at torrent #176241,
(and previously by japrainbow at Hunger City) and was a very nice
recording (enough to get snatched 1647 times as of 11/27/08) except
there was one thing I felt it needed bigtime: ICPVR
(individual clap peak volume reduction), because in almost
every song (even the loud ones), the loudest thing in it
was a clap, if not several of them, mostly between songs.
So rather than reduce the whole applause stretches and create
a sudden cliffdrop in volume at the end of every song, the result
of the ICPVR means the loudest claps aren't as loud anymore but
the overall volume remains consistent. This recording sounds like
it was either made with dolby B, or EQ'ed at some point in a similar
way, to brighten the highs, which also boosts clap volume.
I love a good aud as much as anybody, and this is a nice aud, one of
the better Neil shows around from the mid to late 70's, for both
performance and recording quality, but really loud claps are something
I just can't listen to much of. I know some people have commented they
don't like auds at all (of anyone), and I'm pretty fussy about them myself.
The biggest reason I pass on an aud (other than unknown/too many generations
or a poor quality original recording), is too clappy. I have deleted several
DL's solely for that one reason, and the ones too good for deletion get
this treatment so I can enjoy it more. It takes alot of time to do a show
like this in that fashion, probably over 3 hours to do this one, so I only
do this if a recording is worth that time, and this one is, I believe.
the result of this is the overall applause volume is unchanged, but the
loudest claps are reduced to a volume more in line with the rest of the
applause, so it doesn't sound inconsistent or "doctored".
This post previously came with a "bonus disc" from NYC which was vastly
inferior quality, and I left that out of here because it's not part of
this show, and this is much nicer quality, I would guess probably a
Sony 152 master source. All the info. and artwork included with these
2 shows are included in here too. (unaltered, and no alteration is needed).
  When I made my discs of this, I put the 2 acoustic sets on one disc, and
each electric one on another to get a 3 disc set. I did this before I was a
dime uploader, and before I thought to make thorough notes of all I did to this.
I may have done some re-tracking too, probably some minor level adjusting in some tracks,
if so I did not edit out anything from this fine pair of shows. Thanks to all who got
this to sound as good as it does. I think at least a few will welcome this improvement
to a very nice night of Neilness. Since Tom had the patience to even out 200+
volume fluctuations, (I do appreciate efforts like that) I had the patience here to
reduce at least 200 (maybe alot more) loud claps for a similar purpose.
to smooth this listening out some. I've had this for close to a year and am
very happy with the result, and I'm glad to share it with everyone in Neil Nation.
Do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly.

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