Wednesday, May 31, 2017

#SAB 058-059-060/061 Return To Zenith



Return To Zenith

3 CD (4CD Limited Edition)
Label : Sabotage Records
Catalogue : #SAB 058-059-060/061
Disc Length :
Source : Audience Recordings
Sound Quality : EX-
Year Of Release : 1998

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Newpower Soul Tour
Le Zenith, Paris
21st August 1998

Disc 1

1. Push It Up   2. Jam Of The Year   3. Talkin' Loud And Sayin' Nothing   4. Let's Work   5. Delirious - Rock N' Roll Is Alive (outro)   6. Purple Rain   7. Little Red Corvette   8. I Would Die 4 U (including Get Yo Groove On)   9. I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man (including Dolphin) - Alexa De Paris   10. The Christ   11. When You Were Mine - Beautiful Strange   12. The Ride   13. Love...Thy Will Be Done   14. Funky - 2001:Also Sprach Zarathustra - Hola Hola Hola

Disc 2

1. Days Of Wild - Freaks On This Side   2. The One   3. Diamonds And Pearls - The Most Beautiful Girl In The World - Venus De Milo - Diamonds And Pearls - Darling Nikki   4. Nothing Compares 2 U   5. Speech   6. Take Me With U - Raspberry Beret - Mr. Happy (outro)   7. Come On   8. Interlude   9. Mad   10. Forever In My Life   11. If I Was Your Girlfriend   12. Let's Go Crazy   13. She's Always In My Hair   14. U Got The Look - Pop Life (intro)

Disc 3

1. Kiss   2. Gett Off   3. Gett Off (Houstyle)   4. When Doves Cry (intro)   5. (I Like) Funky Music   6. Baby I'm A Star   7. 1999

Newpower Soul Tour - Wembley Arena, London : 26th August 1998

8. Purple Rain

Newpower Soul Tour Premiere - Plaza de Toros, Marbella : 8th August 1998

9. The Ride   10. Love...Thy Will Be Done   11. Funky   12. The Ballad Of Dorothy Parker - The Beautiful Ones - Flamenco   13. 2001:Also Sprach Zarathustra - Hola Hola Hola   14. Let's Go Crazy   15. She's Always In My Hair   16. U Got The Look   17. Gett Off (Houstyle) - Mayte's Speech - Piano Jam

Disc 4

Larry Graham & Chaka Khan Opening Acts - Le Zenith : 21st August 1998

1. Days Of Wild   2. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) - You Can Make It If You Try   3. Free   4. Everyday People   5. Bass Solo   6. I Want To Take You Higher   7. The Jam   8. I Feel For You

COMMENT

Available as a 3CD set, or limited edition (500 copies) 4CD set with the bonus 4th disc containing the Larry Graham / Chaka Khan opening acts.

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New Grass Revival 1989-12-15 Ella Guru’s Knoxville, Tennessee

New Grass Revival
Ella Guru’s
Knoxville, Tennessee
December 15, 1989

Source: Unknown mics Audience Cassette Master
Recorded by William Morgan
Transfer: Nakamichi DR-1 > Korg MR-1 DFF [1 bit / 2.8 Mhz ]
Rate Conversion: AudioGate to WAV [24/44.1]
Mastering in WaveLab with iZotope Ozone 4
Dithered to [16/44.1] > CD Wave > TLH > Flac
Mastering By Bill Koucky March 14, 2009

“Farewell For Now Tour”

Sam Bush – Mandolin, Fiddle
Béla Fleck – Banjo, Guitar
Pat Flynn – Guitar
John Cowan – Bass

Disc 1        79:52
Early Show Partial:

1.    Band Intros
2.    When Will I See You Again
3.    Deviation
4.    That High Lonesome Sound
5.    Good Woman’s Love
6.    Callin’ Baton Rouge
7.    Friday Night In America
8.    Big Foot
9.    Steam Powered Areo-Plane
10.    Angel Eyes
11.    Let’s Make A Baby King
12.    Can’t Stop Now
13.    Crowd
Encore:
14.    Spring Peepers > Eager And Anxious

Disc 2        81:37
Late Show Partial:

1.    Tuning
2.    County Claire
3.    Hold To A Dream
4.    Dancin’ With The Angels
5.    One Love
6.    Looking Past You
7.    Band Intros, Green Acres, Country Cow
8.    Salt Creek
9.    Let Me Be Y our Man
10.    Whitewater
11.    Plant Your Fields
12.    Singing The Blues
13.    Get In The Wind
14.    One Of These Trains //

William was late for the opening of the first show due to a snow storm
and the 3rd tape with the end of the late show was lost. 

To burn late show to 1 disc omit first and last tracks.

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Neil Young 1987-08-29 Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, MA

Hi folks!

Here another rare recording from my collection!


Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts, Mansfield, Massachusetts, USA

1987-08-29


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

Setlist:


CD 1:


My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue) 

Heart Of Gold

This Note's For You

Comes A Time 

Last Of His Kind 

For The Turnstiles

Someday 

Dance Dance Dance>Love Is A Rose

Sugar Mountain 

Don't Take Your Love Away From Me

Welcome To The Big Room 

This Note's For You

Mr. Soul 

Cinnamon Girl

The Loner




Playtime:71.26 min.



CD 2:


Down By The River

Ain't It The Truth

Everybody nows This Is Nowhere

Mideast Vacation

Long Walk Home 

Powderfinger

Like A Hurricane

Tonight's The Night

Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)


Playtime:58.18 min.



MD5 checkfile include


Thanks to Tom at Sugar Mountain

http://www.sugarmtn.org/

and GOTR

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

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


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Led Zeppelin 1969-11-06/07 Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA The Chronicles Of Led Zeppelin


Led Zeppelin - Final Winterland

Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, November 6 & 7, 1969

The Chronicles Of Led Zeppelin 064/065/066/067/068/069


Many, many thanks to DaD member Mr. "teembo", who post this boot at his site. i think it will be easier, for many fans, to get this boot via torrent tracker...

this post is differents from following torrents:

http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=313728
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=283937

this is from different label and included recordings from 2 days...


more details: http://www.collectorsmusicreviews.com/led-zeppelin/led-zeppelin-final-winterland-tcolz-064065066067068069/


artwork included /my work - i couldn't find good quality version of original covers so i've made my version, similar to original artwork. if you don't like it you don't have to use it.../

Lineage: bootleg TCOLZ 064/065/066/067/068/069 > ? > FLAC > trade > web > HD > Audacity lossless test > torrent > DaD


Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA - November 6th, 1969 (source #1)

Disc 1 (48:27)
1. Introduction
2. Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown
3. I Can’t Quit You
4. Heartbreaker
5. Dazed and Confused
6. White Summer / Black Mountain Side

Disc 2 (47:28)
1. What Is And What Should Never Be
2. Moby Dick
3. How Many More Times
4. C’Mon Everybody
5. Something Else

Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA - November 6th, 1969 (source #2)

Disc 3 (47:15)
1. Introduction
2. Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown
3. I Can’t Quit You
4. Heartbreaker
5. Dazed and Confused
6. White Summer / Black Mountain Side 

Disc 4 (43:31)
1. What Is And What Should Never Be
2. Moby Dick
3. How Many More Times
4. C’Mon Everybody
5. Something Else

Winterland Ballroom, San Francisco, CA - November 7th, 1969

Disc 5 (50:23)
1. Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown
2. I Can’t Quit You
3. Heartbreaker
4. Dazed and Confused
5. White Summer / Black Mountain Side

Disc 6 (41:09)
1. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
2. What Is And What Should Never Be
3. Moby Dick
4. How Many More Times


Have a fun...M

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Yes 1994-09-07 Garden State Arts Center Holmdel, NJ

YES
Garden State Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ
September 7, 1994
Taped By Keith Litzenberger
Source: Schoeps MK4>Rbox>Sony TCD-D7
Orchestra A Center Row J

Announcements
Intro > Perpetual Change
The Calling
I Am Waiting
Rhythm Of Love
Real Love
Changes
Heart Of The Sunrise
Make It Easy>
Owner Of A Lonely Heart
Rabin piano solo >
And You And I
I've Seen All Good People
Walls
Endless Dream
Roundabout >
Purple Haze (Slight right channel drop out during end)


Lineup: Anderson, Kaye, Rabin, Squire, White

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Bob Dylan 1991-06-12 Kisstadion Budapest, Hungary

Kisstadion
Budapest, Hungary
12 June 1991


Fair quality audience recording of an interesting show. Xfered from cassette > MDSP > CDR > WAV > audio cleaning lab
> volume, balance adjustments > Flac 8.



CD1
1.    New Morning
2.    Lay Lady Lay
3.    All Along The Watchtower
4.    Gotta Serve Somebody
5.    Shelter From The Storm
6.    You're A Big Girl Now
7.    When First Unto This Country (trad.)
8.    Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
9.    Mr. Tambourine Man
10.    It Ain't Me, Babe


CD2
11.    Knockin' On Heaven's Door
12.    Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
13.    Just Like A Woman
14.    Highway 61 Revisited
15.    Shooting Star
16.    I Shall Be Released
17.    Like A Rolling Stone

18.    Acoustic Jam - One Too Many Mornings
19.    Blowin' In The Wind
20.    Maggie's Farm


Concert # 307 of The Never-Ending Tour.  Concert # 6 of the 1991 Summer Tour Of Europe. 1991 concert # 44.

Concert # 23 with the 5th Never-Ending Tour band:

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
John Jackson (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
Ian Wallace (drums).


7  Bob Dylan (vocal, harmonica & guitar), John Jackson (guitar).

8-10, 18, 19  acoustic with the band.

2, 5, 8-11, 18  Bob Dylan harmonica.

16  Bob Dylan electric piano.

20  incomplete


Note. Second performance of First Came Unto This Country. 
First appearance was in Norfolk, Virginia, 7 November 1989, when it was done "electric".



BobTalk:

Thank you everybody! That was my foreign language song. It's my only foreign language song.
(after When First Unto This Country).

It's one of my anti-drug songs comin' up. It's one of my first anti-drug songs. (before Rainy Day Women).

Thank you everybody! Give my band a hand! Just one, ... that hand. You only got two hands. 
???? Two hands and two feet. And one head! (after Like A Rolling Stone).

Thank you! This is one of my songs about a ... You got farms over here? It's about a farm over there.
(before Maggie's Farm).

All right! Thank you! If you ever come across the sea to the States .... you can come and see me! (after Maggie's Farm).
Sadly you won't be able to hear that comment on this recording



7 new songs (35%) compared to previous concert. 2 new songs for this tour.



Stereo audience recording, 95 minutes.

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Bruce Springsteen 1976-04-10 Choate Rosemary Hall- Paul Mellon Arts Center Wallingford, CT


Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
"Walk Softly Tonight"
Choate Rosemary Hall- Paul Mellon Arts Center
Wallingford, CT
April 10, 1976

Original Master Audience Recording
Cassette>CD>Roxio>Wav>flac

This one starts off a little shaky with some momentary distortion during "Night", but the rest of the show is smooth sailing! I highly recommend this one with a beautiful version of "Frankie" in the setlist and the classic "Incident on 57th Street." According to BruceBase the show was a benefit requested by John Hammond. Nothing was done in the way of EQ. I fixed the normal space gaps and applied fades at the begining and end of each disc. I used some nice 76 era photos from BruceBase and the back cover of the Paul Mellon Arts Centerwas found on the internet.

Fanatic Records in association with Mr Anonymous proudly brings Bruce Springsteen fans worldwide this classic show in the original master series!

Enjoy and share freely!
Rob Oslan- Fanatic Records
www.fanaticrecords.org


DISC ONE
Night
Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
Spirit In The Night
Its My Life
Thunder Road
Shes The One
Born To Run
Pretty Flamingo
Incident On 57th Street
Frankie

DISC TWO
Backstreets
Growing Up
Saint In The City
Jungleland
Rosalita
Raise Your Hand
4th July Asbury Park (Sandy)
Detroit Medley

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The Cure 2008-05-29 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA

The Cure
05/29/2008
Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA

Source:built-in mics > Edirol R09
Transfer: Edirol R09 > Wav > Flac
Audience Master Recording
Taper: Rob C.

01. Open
02. Fascination Street
03. Alt. End
04. The Blood
05. The End Of The World
06. Love Song
07. Pictures Of You
08. Lullabye
09. Catch
10. The Perfect Boy
11. Other Voices
12. The Only One
13. Push
14. Doing The Unstuck
15. Inbetween Days
16. Just Like Heaven
17. Primary
18. Shake Dog Shake
19. Maybe Someday
20. From the Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
21. A Strange Day
22. Wrong Number
23. One Hundred Years
24. End
25. encore break
26. Love Cats
27. Let's Go To Bed
28. Freakshow
29. Close To Me
30. Why Can't I Be You
31. encore break
32. Boys Don't Cry
33. Jumping Someone Else's Train
34. Grinding Halt
35. 10:15 saturday Night
36. Killing An Arab
37. A Forest

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Joe Bonamassa 2008-11-22 Sala Bikini Barcelona, Spain

Joe Bonamassa
Sala Bikini
Barcelona
November 22nd. 2008

Line:
Edirol R-09 (24/44.1) + Coresound Binaural microphones (w/ Flat Battery Box)-->
2 GB San Disk--> Cool Edit Pro 2.1 for resampling and equal-->
CD Wave for tracks splitting --> Trader's Little Helper flac (8) --> YOU

Recording notes:
Location: Left side, back
Very good audience recording.

Total running time: 1 hour, 39 minutes, 30 seconds
Size:  531 MB compressed (FLAC) , 0,98 GB uncompressed (WAV)

Set-list:

01. Ballad of John Henry (Spike Driver Blues)
02. Bridge To Better Days
03. So Many Roads
04. India / Mountain Time
05. Another Kind Of Love
06. Sloe Gin
07. Highwater Everywhere
08. Your Funeral My Trial
09. Blues Deluxe
10. Woke Up Dreaming
11. Just Got Paid/Dazed and Confused
12. One of These Days
13. Asking Around For You


Joe Bonamassa - guitars & vocals
Rick Melick - keyboards
Carmine Rojas - bass
Bogie Bowles - drums


********************************************************************************
Do not ever convert this show to mp3 (only for personal use)
Do not sell ever.
If you plan on offering this recording for b&p, vine or freebie please leave this text file as it is.
Please share and trade freely in your own fan base domain.

Hope you all enjoy this recording as much as I do. PLAY IT LOUD!
Please let me know what you think.

Taped, transferred, & edited by fortylicks
Fingerprints included
Released November 24th. 2008

Please support the artist and buy his official releases.
Please visit: www.jbonamassa.com
********************************************************************************

Thanks and enjoy,

fortylicks

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Ozzy Osbourne 1996-04-13 Desert Skies Pavillion, Phoenix, AZ

Ozzy Osbourne - Phoenix Rising (1996)
EAC Rip
Artwork
Label: OSA/BONG
Catalog Number: SBC 002/003
Excellent soundboard recording.

Live at Desert Skies Pavillion, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, April 13, 1996

Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
Joe Holmes - guitar
Robert Trujillio - bass
Mike Bordin - drums
John Sinclair - keyboards

CD1:
1. Flying High Again [5:56]
2. Goodbye To Romance [6:36]
3. Perry Mason [6:07]
4. No More Tears [7:50]
5. I Just Want You [5:20]
6. I Don`t Want To Change The World [4:43]
7. Suicide Solution [7:39]

CD2:
1. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath [4:42]
2. Iron Man [3:12]
3. Sweet Leaf [3:03]
4. Children Of The Grave [5:34]
5. Mr.Crowley [6:49]
6. War Pigs [9:21]
7. Crazy Train [6:01]
8. Mama I'm Coming Home [5:29]
9. Bark At The Moon [4:15]

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Yes 1980-09-09 Boston Garden Boston, MA



YES

TITLE: "The Singular Eye" [henceforth referred to as "B80"]
 
DATE:  9 September 1980
 
LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

VENUE: Boston Garden

RECORDING TYPE: Audience ["AR"]

NOTES FROM TWO OFFICIAL "BLIND" B80 PROJECT TEST GROUP LISTENERS

"What a treat it is to listen to this lovingly mastered recording of
the Yes DRAMA lineup live.  I kept finding myself getting lost in the
performance (which in itself actually says quite a bit about the
sonics). By any DRAMA tour standard of comparison, the sound quality
is nothing short of breathtaking.

The vocals here have an amazingly lifelike presence throughout, often
seeming to leap right out of the speakers or headphones. One of the
most impressive aspects of Lestat's releases is the almost holographic
sense of venue ambience he and Balrog consistently achieve-you really
feel like you are there in the concert hall with the audience.
Finally, he consistently maintains the full dynamic range of the
performance-not just in transitions between louder and quieter parts,
but perhaps just as importantly in the detail with which we can still
hear the quieter nuances in the midst of relatively loud passages.

Overall, the sound here is miles beyond any other live recording of
this Yes lineup that I have ever heard.  The DRAMA tracks in the
official THE WORD IS LIVE are barely listenable after hearing this.  I
recently heard another recording from the tour that was quite good,
but completely lacking the incredible nuance and sense of presence and
space so abundant in this release.

We are all incredibly lucky that Balrog happened to tape this
performance, that Lestat had the expertise to master it so
beautifully, and that both of them have the generosity to share their
efforts with such a wide community of fans. I have yet to see Gromek's
artwork design, but I suspect that it will be a joy to behold. Many
thanks to the three of them (as well as to the past and present
members of Yes, of course) for allowing me to relive some of the magic
of so many years ago."

- "NorthNYMark"

"The triumvirate is complete-B78, B79 and now B80. This latest show
represents a triumph for Messrs. LESTAT and BALROG. What is presented
for you is not only a stunning capture of a great night on an
underrated tour but the application of unparalleled audio engineering
to bring out the very best the Master tape had to offer. So with that
said, enjoy the very best recording of the Drama Tour!"

- "Jackstraw42"

A NOTE FROM THE PRODUCERS

No matter how you feel about the DRAMA (Buggles) era of Yes, there's
no denying something very exciting and different happened in the album
and tour. To some the departure of Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman from
the lineup and their replacement by Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes meant
the band no longer deserved to call itself Yes. But the concert is
still very much Yes music. The old songs may not sound quite  right on
first listen, but there are some remarkable moments in the
performances. And keep in mind that Anderson and Wakeman made a real
contribution to Drama before departing. Yes purists ("Troopers" if you
like) would do themselves a favor in giving this one a chance.

Boston Garden was only the ninth show in the tour. Trevor Horn's voice
was still intact enough to sound almost exactly like Jon Anderson much
of the time. The circular sound system was not quite the same as the
one used in the preceding Tormato concerts, but it was still much
better than the stacks used in the GFTO tour. Very few rock concert
sound systems could overcome the notorious Boston Garden mid-bass
"boom" that can be heard in almost all recordings made there. Only
Yes' circular system and Pink Floyd's "quad" system were able to
accomplish it.

LINEUP:

Steve Howe - guitars
Chris Squire - bass
Alan White - percussion
Trevor Horn - vocals
Geoff Downes - keyboards

SETLIST [for 80-minute and 74-minute CDR]:

[Vol. 1]

01V1 - Intro Cue [Young Person's Guide/Close Encounters theme]/Does It Really Happen
02V1 - Yours Is No Disgrace
03V1 - Into the Lens
04V1 - Clap [Howe solo]
05V1 - And You and I
06V1 - Go Through This
07V1 - Man in a White Car Suite [Downes solo]
08V1 - Parallels
09V1 - We Can Fly From Here

[Vol. 2]

01V2 - Tempus Fugit
02V2 - AmazingGrace > The Fish > Amazing Grace [Squire solo]
03V2 - Machine Messiah
04V2 - Starship Trooper
05V2 - Roundabout

TAPER: Barry Rogoff (Balrog)

SOURCE: Nakamichi 550/CM-100/CP-1 [Dolby B encoded] > Maxell UD XLII

LINEAGE: Nak Dragon [Dolby B out] > RDL FP-UBC6 > MOTU 896 > Sound
Forge > Wave [48KHz/24 bit] > CEP 2.0 with Izotope Ozone [mastering
then downsample/conversion to 44.1KHz/16 bit] > Wave > FLAC > Dime

REMASTER SUMMARY: EQ work to reveal - not mix - extant AR detail, as
the audience heard and felt it. No attempts to alter band-crowd-venue
sound balance. If crowd sound as real and detailed as band sound isn't
desired, please pass this by and stick to boards or industry releases.

No compression or noise reduction. FFT filtering at 19.3KHz eliminated
any need for dedicated NR.

INDEPENDENT SOUND ANALYSIS: Several trusted 'beta testers', including
Barry, Gromek and others

ORIGINAL ART: Gromek

SOURCE AND AUDIO WORK AT LENGTH -

Yet another top shelf pre-1990s analog AR rivaling many from the post
1990 DAT era.

Like others it nonetheless required months of work and testing of
results by multiple listeners in a wide variety of playback systems to
give up the best it has to offer.

Every effort was made to reveal all possible detail in each tone of
each instrument as far as it occurred in the band's PA mix, and we're
pleased with the result overall. Lower crash cymbal tones make one
important litmus, so too even audience clapping.

This project was made especially challenging by Yes' own 1980 sound
system, which was not only different but inferior to the one used in
1978/1979. We can only speculate as to why, but the PA output was
quite poor for Yes and heavily afflicted with wildly fluctuating hiss,
distortion, a lack of some lower high frequencies - robbing it of the
'warmth' among other things Yes concert sound had been famous for -
and a certain overall 'tinniness' [resembling digital compression].

PA distortion occurs mainly in Squire's bass and at times in midrange
keyboard sounds, becoming especially terrible during "The Fish", "Into
The Lens" and Downe's solo. Lower cymbal tones in particular didn't
come through in the Yes mix nearly as well as in previous tours,
leaving them 'thin' sounding by comparison. Making matters worse,
percussive 'swish' and 'swirl' were chronic in this PA system. It
seems to have been weirdly chronic in 1977 too, but in the 1980 system
it was much worse. The Garden's legendary acoustics and a [likely] new
Yes soundman definitely contributed to and aggravated all of these
problems.

None of the described distortion can even be partly mitigated without
approaches like compression highly destructive to desirable signal. On
the brighter side we can still hear more brilliant detail in this
DRAMA tour recording than any other I've come across, including the
DRAMA tour material featured in THE WORD IS LIVE. "Thinness" in lower
highs and upper mids also mitigated fairly well with EQ settings
carefully crafted to avoid altering other things, and upper high
frequencies came out very well.

A few miscellaneous annoyances include a strange aberration during
"Into the Lens" suggesting a sudden, radical shift in deck settings or
a recording splice but most likely another PA output artifact. During
this event, sound sharpens strongly in both channels and shifts hard
to left. It has been smoothened out a bit, but slicing it out would
have taken too much of an important musical passage. As "Machine
Messiah" prepares to start hiss suddenly drops out then returns,
somewhat more likely to be a brief deck offset but could still easily
be in the PA system output.

Actual tape hiss where it can be distinguished from PA output hiss is
noticeable, but enough of it occurs above a 19.3KHz signal 'event
horizon' an FFT filter set there allowed avoidance of dedicated noise
reduction. "B78" had no such filtering, and while no signal was lost
in either recording is considerably hissier.

Many thanks to Yes, then and now

Special thanks to Gromek for artwork so perfectly evocative of the
show's energy and this effort.

Endless, endless thanks to Barry for another miraculous AR, the
expertise and bravery it required.

Please share freely but losslessly, and never, EVER even THINK of
selling for any sum anywhere. Reseed or redistribute this recording in
its complete and original form only. Should we become aware of an
incomplete reseed or distribution, we will publicly discredit the
party responsible.

NOTES FROM BARRY:

This is the third of three Boston Garden shows that I taped while Yes
had the incredible rotating stage and circular sound system. All three
(1978, 1979, and 1980) have now been remastered by the amazing
Monsieur Lestat and are seeding on Dime.

This concert was also recorded by glasnostrd19 and appeared on Dime
several months ago. While I applaud glasnostrd19's recording, I think
you'll find that you've never heard anything quite like this one
before.

There are three commercial bootlegs that I know about. I don't know
which source was used to make them:

Drama in the Garden (RR00-019) Dramatic Yes (four tracks) Where the
Lens is Wide (fat cat records fcr-cd 90124)

Fat Cat Records had the audacity to declare a copyright on the
recording: "copyright fat cat records - a product of Norway - all
rights reserved". There really is a Fat Cat Records but it's in
England, not Norway, and I'm sure it had nothing to do with the
bootleg.

This recording is listenable at concert volume on audiophile-quality
equipment. No constraints are placed on the dynamic range as is the
case in commercial live recordings. For this reason, the peaks may
exceed the capabilities of consumer-quality audio systems resulting in
distortion from frequencies that cannot be properly reproduced.

To obtain audiophile-quality equipment at an affordable price,
consider getting high-end headphones, a headphone amplifier, and a CD
player from eBay or other sources of pre-owned audio equipment. You
will find that it's well worth the expense.

On a personal note, my goal in taping concerts has always been to
achieve time travel. I want go back in time and relive musical
experiences that were much too important to me to allow them be heard
once and lost forever. And I want the experience to be available to
everyone who loves the music.

Anyone who has ever taped a concert knows that there's a price to pay,
not only in terms of money spent and risk taken, but in the way it
diminishes your own enjoyment of the show. You have to monitor the
mikes and the deck. If you allow yourself to get too much into the
music and forget about the equipment, you screw up. So it's sort of
being the designated driver. You can enjoy yourself, but not too much.

The reason I bring this up is to point out how much Lestat's
remastering work makes up for the enjoyment lost at the time the
recording was made. Now I can relive the experience while completely
relaxed. Other than the absence of smoke in the air and the ambience
of the old Boston Garden, it's not much different from being there.
With no equipment to worry about I can let the music carry me to
places I've never been. I sincerely hope it provides the same
enjoyment for you.

- Barry

NOTES FROM GROMEK:

As I was such a young lad when DRAMA came out I can't say much about
that time, but I do remember that it went by unnoticed by me (let's
face it - Jon Anderson and Rick Wakeman were not a part of Yes
anymore, so that was that, it was over!) and I went on to explore
other styles of music and of course Jon's Song of Seven album.

I did like The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star" song, but Yes
was simply not Yes without two very important members, so there.
Hearing and reading stories about ex-Yes members saying Yes really
should not have done DRAMA, and that it really should not be talked
about, was an extra reason for me to leave it for what it was (without
hearing a second of music from the actual album).

Boy was I wrong!

Some years later I decided to explore the new Yes incarnation with
Trevor Rabin, and although it did not compare to the old sound
remember that I loved the new sound. So then I also had a go at DRAMA,
and was pleasantly surprised by that too! I really liked the album and
after a few listening sessions I decided I loved it, and everyone who
said that it should never have been made was wrong!

Now years and years later DRAMA comes to life again! Lestat has done
wonders with this recording (another excellent one "Recorded by
Balrog") and I was happy to be part of the project too, although my
part is nothing compared to what he and Lestat had to go through to
get it to sound like this!

This time I was inspired by an image created by Barry and the lyrics
from the DRAMA album - mostly Machine Messiah - and the title "The
Singular Eye" derives from that. So after grabbing some images from my
usual sources (all having something to do with eyes and digital
manipulation) I went on to make a collage and manipulated it (using
PSP X2), producing what you see now as a finished cover.

So when you listen to this excellent live performance, try to envision
or look at the art, and combine the two mentally. It should be very
effective.

Well, enough from me, I hope you like what I did, but all praise goes
to Barry and Lestat, as they were the men who provided us with another
gem to be circulated among Yes fans.

- Gromek

A FURTHER NOTE ON THE "DRAMA" ERA FROM NORTHNYMARK:

While a sizeable number of Yes fans will probably always consider the
Drama album and tour questionable at best and an atrocity at worst,
for many of us the Drama lineup continues to occupy a very special
place in our musical worlds.

When I first heard the studio album, I actually knew relatively little
about Yes: getting into music in the early '80s, I became a fan of
Asia and began tracking down the  individual members' back catalogues.
When I finally found an elusive (at that time) cassette copy of Drama,
I had an exam over A Tale of Two Cities the next day-and I had yet to
begin the book!  So I had to promise to wait until after school the
next day to listen (which made it indeed the best of times and the
worst of times).  That first listen the next afternoon was one of
those magical moments that will always remain vivid in my memory.

Geoff Downes once referred to the album's compositions as "little
masterworks," and it certainly seemed a fitting description of the
sprawling structure and jarring mood and tempo changes of "Machine
Messiah," the oddly touching melancholy of "White Car" and "Into the
Lens," the unexpected majesty of the coda to "Does It Really Happen,"
the slightly surreal synthesizer effects of "Run Through the Light,"
and the sheer virtuosity of "Tempus Fugit."  Nothing else in the Yes
catalogue (or that of anyone else) sounds quite like it.

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Deep Purple 1976-03-14 The Apollo Glasgow, Scotland

Deep Purple
1976-03-14
The Apollo
Glasgow, Scotland


Sound Quality: C-
Time: Disc 1: 59:05
      Disc 2: 42:24


Setlist:
Disc 1:
01. Burn (6:39)
02. Lady Luck (4:09)
03. Gettin' Tighter (13:31)
04. Love Child (5:59)
05. Smoke On The Water [w/ Georgia On My Mind] (8:42)
06. Keyboard Solo (10:18)
07. Lazy [w/ Drum Solo] (9:47)

Disc 2:
01. This Time Around (4:36)
02. Owed To 'G' (2:59)
03. Guitar Solo (11:03)
04. Stormbringer (13:48)
05. Highway Star [w/ Not Fade Away] (9:57)

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Neil Young 1996-04-10 Old Princeton Landing, Princeton-By-The-Sea, CA Vol.6


NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE (THE ECHOS) - Old Princeton Landing, Princeton-By-The-Sea, California, USA - 10.April 1996

Lineage: audience DAT master -> DAT clone -> Hucht Copyprocessor -> standalone Philips CD burner -> CDR -> EAC -> wav ->
         WavePad (fading, tracking) -> wav -> flac


Disc 1:
01 Country Home
02 Stupid Girl
03 Bite The Bullet
04 Drive Back
05 Look Out For My Love
06 Only Love Can Break Your Heart
07 Barstool Blues
08 Dangerbird
09 Prisoners Of Rock 'n' Roll

Disc 2:
01 Homegrown
02 Like A Hurricane
03 The Losing End
04 Baby What You Want Me To Do?
05 Tonight's The Night



THE ECHOS:
Neil Young - vocals, guitar
Frank Sampedro - guitar
Billy Talbot - bass
Ralph Molina - drums

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Blind Melon 1995-09-12 Commadore Ballroom Vancouver, BC

Blind Melon
9/12/95
(formerly 10-03-95)
Commadore Ballroom
Vancouver, BC

**** NOTE (4/8/01):  actual date of this performance is 9/12/95 for Much Music ****

Liberated Soundboard bootleg

*** Do NOT convert this show to mp3 ***

Disc 1
1. 2x4
2. Toes Across the Floor
3. Tones of Home
4. Wilt
5. Vernie
6. No Rain
7. Walk
8. Lemonade
9. Time
10. St. Andrew's Fall
11. Skinned
12. Change
13. Soup
14. The Duke
15. Galaxie
16. Car Seat
Tracks 17-18 recorded in London for BBC Sessions 09-17-95
17. Galaxie
18. Walk
Tracks 19-20 recorded in Hilversum, Holland 11-10-93
19. Change
20. No Rain

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Metallica 1985-02-06 The First Avenue Minneapolis, MN,

Metallica
February 6, 1985
The First Avenue
Minneapolis, MN, USA

Minneapolis, MN
The First Avenue (2/6/1985)

Fight Fire With Fire
Ride The Lightning
Phantom Lord
Anesthesia
For Whom The Bell Tolls
No Remorse
The Call Of Ktulu
Seek & Destroy
Whiplash
Creeping Death
Am I Evil
Motorbreath

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Dave Matthews Band 2008-08-19 Staples Center Los Angeles, CA

Dave Matthews Band
August 19, 2008
Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA

Taper: Jon Koch
Source: Schoeps MK4 > active cables > Nbox+ > IRiver iHP-120 (Rockbox)
Location: Mics DIN ~12', RFC in corner of soundbooth
Transfer: IRiver iHP-120 > USB > PC
Edit: wav > Sony Soundforge 7.0b > wav > CD Wave > wav
Conversion: wav > FLAC frontend 1.7.1 > .flac

---PRESERVE THE QUALITY, PLEASE DO NOT ENCODE INTO MP3 OTHER THAN FOR PERSONAL USE---

Disc 1:

01: Intro                        [03:35]
02: Bartender                        [14:52]
03: Proudest Monkey >                    [08:00]
04: Satellite                        [05:46]
05: So Damn Lucky                    [08:18]
06: Eh Hee >                        [05:49]
07: Water Into Wine                    [04:03]
08: Burning Down The House                [04:06]
Total:                            [54:29]

Disc 2:
01: Dancing Nancies                    [10:00]
02: Loving Wings                    [10:44]
03: The Maker                        [09:10]
04: Sledgehammer                    [06:21]
05: Grey Street                        [05:55]
06: The Dreaming Tree                    [13:56]
Total:                            [56:06]

Disc 3:
01: Crash Into Me                    [05:39]
02: Everyday                        [09:01]
03: Anyone Seen The Bridge >                [03:09]
04: Too Much (fake) > Ants Marching            [08:42]
05: Encore break/story about Roi            [07:47]
06: Sister                        [04:40]
07: Cornbread                        [06:15]
08: Two Step                        [16:25]
Total:                            [61:38]

Notes: And so ends a very sad day. I'll leave it to the DMB crew to say it best (see below).
Rest in peace, Roi. We all love and will miss you.

As we sat this afternoon contemplating the loss of our brother, we wondered how we
could possibly do a show today. Dave put it into perspective stating, "There's no place
I'd rather be than here with you guys right now." We cherish special memories of our lost
friend. Tonight, Dave told a story about LeRoi at a bar in Virginia where the cash register
was near the stage and LeRoi leaned on the register because "standing had become a chore".
Roi proceeded to play the most beautiful version of Somewhere Over The Rainbow. Dave said,
"that was the day I fell in love with him. And I'm still in love with him." It's safe to say
we all were in love with him. "It's always easier to leave, than to be left." -DM

The DMB Crew
Wednesday, August 20
12:27 AM PDT


Never pay for or sell live recordings.

Compiled on 8.20.08

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Gov't Mule 2017-05-28 DelFest Main Stage Allegany County Fairgrounds Cumberland, MD

Gov't Mule
May 28, 2017
DelFest Main Stage
Allegany County Fairgrounds
Cumberland, MD


source:  Neumann km184> V2> Sony PCM-M10

transfer:  microSD> USB> Samplitutde 11 (16/44.1)> cdWave> FLAC
recorded/transfered by  Rob Clarke   robclarke.km184 -at- gmail.com


set 1:
01. Hammer & Nails
02. Banks Of The Deep End
03. Patchwork Quilt
04. Devil Likes It Slow
05. Wine & Blood
06. Soulshine
07. Come & Go Blues
08. Fallen Down *
09. Traveling Tune
10. Kind Of Bird #
11. Railroad Boy
12. encore break
13. Sarah, Surrender
14. Dreams & Songs


* with The Other One Jam, Gimme Shelter lyrics
# with Les Brers In A Minor & Wind Cries Mary teases

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U2 1981-10-12 Top Rank Brighton,UK




U2
Brighton, Top rank
October 12, 1981

01. Gloria
02. Another Time, Another Place
03. Rejoice (incomplete)
04. An Cat Dubh (incomplete) / Into The Heart
05. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
06. The Cry
07. The Electric Co.
08. I Fall Down
09. October
10. Stories For Boys
11. I Will Follow
12. Twilight
13. Out Of Control
14. Fire
15. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
16. The Ocean

Lineage: Unknown recording device > low generation tape > Aiwa Tape Deck AD-WX828 > Audigy Soundblaster > HD >
SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

Bono - vocals, guitar
The Edge - guitar, piano, backing vocals
Adam Clayton - bass
Larry Mullen Jr. - drums

Another nice one from the early days. This is the first leg of the 'October' tour which took place in...october 1981. This
set is complete apart from two tracks being cut off. The original recording is like this and it cuts abrutly halfway
through An Cat Dubh. I have adjusted it by a smooth transition between the two songs.
A pity because the show performance is excellent. Soundwise I would rate it as 8/10. I haven't seen
this one circulating, so maybe you don't have it in your collection. I love the tour from October and if you don't have it
I urge you to buy the new expanded 2-cd version of this great album!

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INXS 1988-02-05 Barrowland, Glasgow,Scotland

INXS - Barrowland, Glasgow 1988-02-05

This is one of my mate's recordings and is straight from his original tapes. The quality is good for the
time although there is a fair bit of audience noise close by at the beginning. The venue was absolutely
jam packed making for a fantastic atmosphere. If you haven't got this I recommend uploading it. Sorry
no artwork with this one.

Recorded about 10 yards from the right side PA.
Sony TCS300 Recorder
Aiwa CM30a Mic
Converted to cd on Philips cdr796
EAC
FLAC

Setlist

kick (fades in)
guns in the sky
listen like thieves
calling all nations
tiny daggers
the loved one
mystify
new sensation
original sin
shine like it does
wild life
this time.

burn for you
kiss the dirt (falling down the mountain)
one x one
devil inside
need you tonight
mediate
send a message
what you need
crowd
don't change

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Elvis Presley 1973-02-11 (dinner show) Las Vegas, NV



Title: The Battle Of Vegas
Label: PA 
Recording Type: Live Audience
Location: Las Vegas
Date: 11 February 1973 DS
Sound: Not great
Running Time: 46:11

Not a great show and not a great recording either although I've heard much worse.

Set List


01 2001
02 C C Rider
03 I Got A Woman
04 Amen/I Got A Woman
05 Love Me Tender
06 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
07 Steamroller Blues
08 You Gave Me A Mountain
09 Fever
10 Love Me
11 Blue Suede Shoes
12 Heartbreak Hotel
13 Johnny B Goode
14 Hound Dog
15 How Great Thou Art
16 Suspicious Minds
17 Introductions
18 I Can't Stop Loving You
19 An American Trilogy (end only)
20 Can't Help Falling In Love
21 Closing Vamp

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The Rolling Stones1969-11-09 Oakland Coliseum Oakland, CA





The Rolling Stones
Pot Boiler (2004 Edition)
Label: Vinyl Gang [VGP-265]
Venue: Oakland November 9, 1969 (first show)
Lineage: CDR > EAC > FLAC
Artwork is included.

Complete show in VG audience quality.

This is the first of two oakland shows that day. It is NOT the same show as the boot "live 'r than you'll ever be" is from (that is 2nd show). There was a power failure after the opening song jjf so to keep the show going until power was restored the band changed from their usual setlist order and moved the acoustic tracks (prodigal son + you gotta move) up in the set that's why the unusual order of tracks on this boot.

01 Sam Cutler introduction
02 Jumping Jack Flash
03 Prodigal Son
04 You Gotta Move
05 Carol
06 Sympathy For The Devil
07 Stray Cat Blues
08 Love In Vain
09 I'm Free
10 Under My Thumb
11 Midnight Rambler
12 Live With Me
13 Little Queenie
14 Satisfaction
15 Honky Tonk Women
16 Street Fighting Man

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Van Halen 1980-05-08 Coliseum New Haven, Connecticut

Van Halen
Coliseum
New Haven, Connecticut
May 8, 1980

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

Quality: B-

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

Notes: A rarity from back in the day...the taper Keith T. had this gig and  many others from the Connecticut area...I couldn't quite get a trade together and it's unclear if he ever got it into circulation...is this his tape or another source that was found by VH fans ffoner and Loucap81? Either way, it was nice to hear.
The recording is clear suggesting a low gen, but the recorder is overloaded by the volume. Still a good listen for the VH diehards here. From here it was back to Philly...

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Pearl Jam 2000-08-07 Philips Arena: Atlanta, GA(SV046 - "SONIC RECONSTRUCTOR" )


Pearl Jam
SV046 - "SONIC RECONSTRUCTOR"
August 7, 2000
Philips Arena: Atlanta, GA

Source: Official Bootleg #29 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac

Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE:
01 Release
02 Corduroy
03 Insignificance
04 Animal
05 Hail, Hail
06 Nothing As It Seems
07 Rival
08 Given to Fly
09 Light Years
10 Do the Evolution
11 Even Flow
12 In Hiding
13 Daughter/(The Wrong Child)/(Androgynous Mind)
14 (Romanza)/Better Man

DISC TWO:
01 Nothingman
02 Leatherman
03 Grievance
04 Rearviewmirror
05 encore 1:
06 Once
07 Breakerfall
08 Immortality
09 Crazy Mary
10 Elderly Woman...
11 Porch
12 Fuckin' Up
encore 2:
13 Yellow Ledbetter

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Prior to 'NAIS,' Ed greets the crowd (with bottle of wine in hand), "Toast to Atlanta." He takes a sip and proclaims, "It's good tonight." After 'Rival,' he turns around to say hello to the fans seated behind the stage comparing them to the "b-side" of a record. 'DTE' lyrics are changed to, "I'm Ted Turner and this is my choir." After a great version of 'In Hiding,' the lights are on the crowd enough for Ed to comment on the set up of Phillips Arena saying, "It looks like these people are free (pointing to his right) and these people are in prison (referring to the luxury boxes that are stacked on top of each other like prison cells). He says that Ted Turner must sit right in the middle of all the "prison cells" and calls it the "king's crotch," unzipping his pants! He also talks about a new planet discovered yesterday and that Ted has already made an offer. Continuing, "This seems like a nice building and we're happy to play here. And he (Turner) owns it but he doesn't own us." 'Better Man' features Ed's short classical guitar intro titled 'Romanza' (or 'Spanish Romance'). [The author is anonymous; Canadian guitarist Liona Boyd probably has the best known recording for those interested.] The gender roles are reversed in the 'Nothingman' lyrics. During 'Grievance,' a light is shined on the American flag at the top of the arena on the first "I pledge my grievance to the flag."  After 'Breakerfall,' Ed says they finished up their last record here in Atlanta with Brendan O'Brien and how he likes Atlanta, and that "we spent enough time here where we know streets and we know names and we know gay bars (laughing) ..."  Ed has trouble with the start of 'Immortality' and Stone comes over and helps out laughing, "vacate is the ...". During the full and beautiful "Crazy Mary," Ed jumps down to the barricades and "passes around" his bottle of wine with many people in the front row. An absolutely beautiful, fitting moment. The entire encore is amazing, capped off by 'Fuckin' Up' when Ed smashes the mic stand with his tambourine. Ed takes more polaroids before 'YL' and Matt leads the crowd in clapping during Mike's solo.

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.


Compiled by spacedvest on 2/15/04.

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Rush 1979-05-04 Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

Rush - London, England
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 67:52,  78:14
Source: Audience (+ Bonus Radio Broadcast)
Date: May 4, 1979
Location: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK

DISC 1:

01 - Intro / Anthem  4:14
02 - A Passage To Bangkok  4:14
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog  6:29
04 - Xanadu  12:34
05 - Something For Nothing  4:44
06 - The Trees  5:42
07 - Cygnus X-1  9:58
08 - Hemispheres 20:17

DISC 2:

01 - Hemispheres Sphere / Closer To The Heart  4:28
02 - A Farewell To Kings  6:31
03 - La Villa Strangiato  10:32
04 - 2112  19:19
06 - Ditty Into / Working Man / Bastille Day / In The Mood / Drum Solo  10:12
07 - Bonus Track: Interview  14:45
08 - Bonus Track: Interview  2:27


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Guns N' Roses 1987-09-05 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA

GUNS N' Roses

September 5th 1987

Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA

Lineage: uM > uR > ANA(1) > CDR(?) > FLAC

Tracks:

1.  Intro (0:45)
2.  It's So Easy (3:04)
3.  Anything Goes (3:30)
4.  Out Ta Get Me (4:35)
5.  Mr. Brownstone (4:23)
6.  Nightrain (4:56)
7.  Welcome To The Jungle (4:58)
8.  My Michelle (3:53)
9.  Knockin' On Heaven's Door (5:02)
10. Band Introductions (1:16)
11. You're Crazy (3:19)
12. Paradise City (4:53)
13. Instrumental Jam (3:14)
14. Nice Boys (1:48)



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Dire Straits 1979-03-06 Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

Dire Straits -  1979-03-06  Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

purchased original silver> wav(Ripped with EAC ,secure mode)> Flac (DB-poweramp)> up here

CD tracks: 

1  Sultans of swing
2  Eastbound train
3  Southbound again
4  Water of love
5  What's the matter baby
6  Lions
7  Six blade knife
8  Down to the waterline
9  In the gallery
10 Wild west end

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The Eagles 1973-11-21 Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA


Eagles - 1973-11-21 - Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA

Eagles
1973-11-21
Holy Cross College
Worcester, MA
'Desperadoes On The Border'
Audience Master Recording, Decent quality
Available as lossless (FLAC)
and mp3 (320 kbps) files
Artwork Included

Today it gives me great pleasure to unveil another remarkable previously uncirculated audience master recording from our friend, David M. And I believe this early Eagles show from the original quartet is an astounding find that every Eagles (and/or any country-rock) fan will want to hear. Although the quality of the recording itself is not all that great, there are several reasons that make this performance and recording particularly special, and different from any other previously available recording. First, it is a longer and more complete show (over 19 songs, ~100 min.) than any of the other available recordings from these early years. Second, it takes place at a unique time and reference point in the band's history. I do not know of any other shows from around this time. This show (11-21-73) occurs well after the regular Desperado tour ended (Spring-Summer 1973), after they had already started work on their next album, On The Border. In fact, this show occurs right after they returned from their recording sessions (2 months in London) with producer Glyn Johns at Olympic Studios, but apparently before they dismissed Johns, replacing him with Bill Szymczyk as producer, and finished recording the album in LA in early 1974. As most already know, Johns was replaced as producer because he saw the group as more of a vocal country-rock band, and the band wanted to go more towards harder-edged rock, so they felt a change was needed, Szymczyk was brought in, and the rest is history. Thus, this show catches the band right at this crucial turning point (which is why I've given this boot the tentative title of "Desperadoes On the Border"). Lastly, and most importantly, this show features two original previously unknown and unreleased Eagles songs (that were apparently intended for the On The Border album, but later dropped). Now, I am no expert on Eagles rarities, but I have heard many recordings of Eagles shows from 1973-1974, and I do not know of these songs appearing anywhere else. Although it is well-known that the Eagles discarded most of what was recorded with Johns at those London sessions (only 'Best of My Love' and 'You Never Cry Like A Lover' survived to appear on On The Border), as far as I know, there has never been any talk about any specific songs that were recorded and discarded, and certainly none that have been released (either officially or as bootleg outtakes). Thus, these songs would appear to be quite rare indeed. The first of these songs is introduced by Frey as a new song from their upcoming On The Border album, called 'Wait and See', and written and sung by Randy Meisner. It is a blues-rock number that is given center-stage and epic treatment here, with an extended guitar jam and an 11 minute running time. Although the 2nd song is also introduced (as written by Bernie), the title is not clear, but appears to be 'Georgia Peach' (I originally thought it was 'Learn and Teach' or possibly 'Born to Teach', and is thus identified in the song file), and it is a lively, driving, straight-ahead rocker. Actually, both songs are quite impressive, and are a surprising and welcome addition to the Eagles canon. It is surprising, however, that with all the compilation and retrospective albums put out over the years, that if studio recordings of these and possibly other songs do exist, why haven't they released these as outtakes? If the studio recordings no longer exist, it is quite possible that this recording represents the only documentation of these lost songs. Well, anyway, regardless, now we have these remarkable tracks to show us another glimpse into the Eagles story. As for the rest of the show, it is a great mix of songs from Desperado and the First Album, including Bernie's banjo/bluegrass sequence ('Ttwenty-One', 'Earlybird', banjo solo, Shenandoah Valley) in the middle, with a few new songs from On the Border ('Ol' 55, 'James Dean', 'Good Day In Hell') thrown in. This basic structure and song lineup would serve as the basis for their live shows for the next couple years, with only minor modifcations.

As for the audience recording itself, well there were some problems. Overall, and particularly early in the show, it has pretty good sound, although it does have a bit of that echoey and distant sound common in audience tapes from this time. After the first tape-flip (in the middle of 'Tequila Sunrise'), the left channel audio was lost (actually just at extremely low levels) for the remainder of disc 1. I was able to amplify the left channel to achieve normal balance, which worked fine, but also resulted in unacceptably high background noise and hiss. Thus, I opted to just use the right channel (mono recording) for the tracks here (tracks 5-10). However, for those interested in the adjusted stereo version (which sound OK except when listened through headphones or at high volume), I have also included these at the end of  the disc1 download for your reference and use. Unfortunately, another issue emerged towards the end of disc2, that of weakening and dying recorder batteries, resulting in sporadic pitch and speed fluctuations in the last few songs (primarily 'James Dean', 'Chug All Night', and 'Out of Control' ). I have tried to make adjustments for the larger segments where I could, but it was beyond my expertise and equipment to fix the many momentary fluctuations throughout, so the last few songs still have some problems in this regard. But overall, this is an amazing show, highlighted by the 2 previously unreleased original tracks from the first On The Border sessions. Thanks again to David M for first recording and now making available this historic recording and show.   
   
Tracklist:
Disc 1
01 - Silver Dagger (Acapella) Intro - Take It Easy
02 - Outlaw Man
03 - Doolin-Dalton - Desperado Reprise
04 - Ol' 55
05 - Tequila Sunrise (cut/tape-flip at ~1:50 mark)
06 - Train Leaves Here This Morning
07 - Certain Kind of Fool
08 - Good Day In Hell
09 - Twenty-One
10 - Earlybird - Shenandoah Valley Breakdown

Disc 2
11 - Wait and See (previously unknown and unreleased original song - Meisner)
12 - Georgia Peach (?) (previously unknown and unreleased original song - Leadon)
13 - Witchy Woman
14 - Tryin'
15 - James Dean
16 - Peaceful Easy Feeling
17 - Chug All Night
18 - Out of Control

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Ozzy Osbourne 1982-01-24 Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL

Ozzy Osbourne with Randy Rhoads
1982.01.24
Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, USA
Diary of a Madman North American Tour

I am hard at work compiling my Randy Rhoads Best of CD from live shows that he did with Ozzy.  This show I think is great.

This was provided by a friend in Japan I think...i just got the link...not sure who actually provided it!

Anyway...not much needed to be done with this recording as it was very good to begin with. However, I decided to listen to it in my home studio and listen for improvements. Here's what I did:

Bass 1.2db boost at 78hz
Sloping Mid-High Frequency Boost 3db 6000-9000khz
Amplified in sections due to sound drops
Amplified entire wave

Hope you enjoy this!
Lambchops

Dust off the following shows and upload them:
London Ontario July 24, 1981
Hoffman Estates, Illinois, Aug 22, 1981

Keep the Rhoads torrent war going!!!

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Judas Priest 1980-04-12 Markthalle West Germany

JUDAS PRIEST
1980-04-12
Markthalle
West Germany


Complete Very Good To Excellent Audience Recording

5th Gen Analog Cassette>CDR>EAC>WAV>TLH>FLAC>DIME

Originally from the collection of;Per-Erik "my swedish connection"

ALL extracting, editing & track marking by; "tonsofsobs"

Uploaded by;"Lucifer Burns"

CONTRAST CLAUSE- This version has much improved sound quality in comparsion to the version uploaded here;
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=345606

Setlist

1. HELL BENT FOR LEATHER
2. DELIVERING THE GOODS
3. RUNNING WILD
4. THE RIPPER
5. WHITE HEAT RED HOT
6. BEYOND THE REALMS OF DEATH
7. SINNER
8. THE GREEN MANALISHI
9. VICTIM OF CHANGES
10. GENOCIDE
11. STARBREAKER
12. TYRANT


Musicians;

ROB HALFORD- Vocals
GLENN TIPTON- Guitars
K.K. DOWNING- Guitars
IAN HILL- Bass
DAVE HOLLAND- Drums


I will let the artist & their music speak for themsleves.

Comments from YOU, the listener will be much more interesting....


This one is for "Ser7anD" and all those who have shared and uploaded all their great JUDAS PRIEST recordings!

ENJOY THE MUSIC!

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KISS 1992-10-23 Charlotte Coliseum Charlotte, NC


KISS
October 23, 1992
Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Coliseum
"Revenge" Tour

Source: AUD > ? > WAV > FLAC

Setlist:
CD1:
Creatures Of The Night
Deuce
I Just Wanna
Unholy
Parasite
Heaven's On Fire
Domino
Watchin' You
Hotter Than Hell
Firehouse
I Want You

CD2:
Forever
War Machine
Rock And Roll All Nite
Lick It Up
Take It Off
Cold Gin (Cuts In)
I Love It Loud
Detroit Rock City
Shout It Out Loud
God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II
Love Gun
The Star Spangled Banner

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Van Halen 1991-08-16 Lakewood Ampitheater Atlanta, GA

VAN HALEN
LAKEWOOD AMPHITHEATER
ATLANTA, GA (USA)
AUGUST 16, 1991

AUDIIENCE FIRST GEN CASSETTES>DAT>CDR>EAC>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB (TRACK MARKING)>FLAC

FIRST SHOW OF 1991 F.U.C.K TOUR

SET LIST:

DISC ONE:

1:  POUNDCAKE
2:  JUDGEMENT DAY
3:  SPANKED
4:  RUNAROUND
5:  WHEN IT'S LOVE
6:  THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY TO ROCK
7:  BASS SOLO  (W/SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN THE PARK)
8:  DRUM SOLO
9:  A.F.U.(NATURALLY WIRED)
10: PANAMA
11: WHY CAN'T THIS BE LOVE
12: FINISH WHAT YA STARTED

DISC TWO:

1:  EAGLES FLY
2:  GUITAR SOLO
3:  BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
4:  I CAN'T DRIVE 55
5:  THIS DREAM IS OVER
6:  IN `N` OUT
7:  JUMP
8:  YOU REALLY GOT ME
9:  TOP OF THE WORLD

This is one of those great, atmospheric tapes that make you feel like you are right there in with the crowd. 
There's somebody around the taper that can be heard chanting "David Lee Roth sucks" several times throughout the show.

Received in trade several years ago.  Track marked in Magix audio cleaning lab as my discs were tracked incorrectly.

All thanks to the taper.

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Eric Clapton 1974-11-05 Koseinenkin Kaikan Dai Hall Osaka, Japan


Eric Clapton - The Magnificent Seven
Koseinenkin Kaikan Dai Hall
Osaka, Japan
November 5, 1974

Mid Valley 290/291 Silver > EAC WAV > FLAC


Disc 1:
1. Let It Grow
2. Can't Find My Way Home
3. Better Make It Through Today
4. Tell The Truth
5) Driftin' Blues
6) Willie And The Hand Jive
7) Get Ready

Disc 2:
1) Let It Rain
2) Layla
3) Presence Of The Lord
4) I Shot The Sheriff
5) Badge
6) All I Have To Do Is Dream

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

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Grateful Dead 1977-10-29 Evans Field House DeKalb, IL

Grateful Dead - October 29, 1977
Evans Field House - DeKalb, IL
Northern Illinois University

Recording Info:
Sony ECM-990 -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-158) -> AIFF

Transfer Info:
AIFF -> Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.03 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
April 18, 2010

Notes:
-- Tracked by set, not by disc
-- Recorded By Steve Maizner
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

Set 1:
s1t01 - Tuning
s1t02 - Might As Well
s1t03 - Jack Straw
s1t04 - Dire Wolf
s1t05 - Looks Like Rain
s1t06 - Loser
s1t07 - El Paso
s1t08 - Ramble On Rose
s1t09 - New Minglewood Blues
s1t10 - It Must Have Been The Roses
s1t11 - Let It Grow

Set 2:
s2t01 - Tuning
s2t02 - Bertha ->
s2t03 - Good Lovin'
s2t04 - Friend Of The Devil
s2t05 - Estimated Prophet ->
s2t06 - Eyes Of The World ->
s2t07 - Space ->
s2t08 - Saint Stephen ->
s2t09 - Drums/Bass ->
s2t10 - Not Fade Away ->
s2t11 - Black Peter ->
s2t12 - Sugar Magnolia

Encore:
s2t13 - One More Saturday Night

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Bob Dylan and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers 1986-03-08 Gymnasium Nagoya, Japan

Improved Air Catalog Number: IA51
TITLE: untitled (2cd)
DATE: 08.03.86
VENUE: Nagoya, Japan
SOURCE/COMMENTS: audience   
CIRCULATION DATE: February 25, 2003

Olofs Files says:

Still On The Road: 1986 True Confessions Tour: Down Under
Gymnasium Nagoya, Japan
8 March 1986


1. Justine (Don Harris/Dewey Terry)
2. Positively 4th Street
3. Clean Cut Kid
4. I'll Remember You
5. Trust Yourself
6. That Lucky Old Sun (Haven Gillespie/Beasley Smith)
7. Masters Of War
Tom Petty & The
Heartbreakers:
Straight Into Darkness (Tom Petty)
Breakdown (Tom Petty)
8. It Ain't Me, Babe
9. To Ramona
10. It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
11. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know (Cecil A. Null)
12. Just Like A Woman
13. I'm Moving On (Hank Snow)
14. Lenny Bruce
15. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
16. Lonesome Town (Baker Knight)
17. Ballad Of A Thin Man
Tom Petty & The
Heartbreakers:
So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star (R. McGuinn/C.
Hillman)
Refugee (Tom Petty & Mike Campbell)
18. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
19. Seeing The Real You At Last


20. Across The Borderline (Ry Cooder/John Hiatt/Jim Dickinson)
21. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
22. I And I
23. Like A Rolling Stone
24. In The Garden

25. Blowin' In The Wind
26. Uranium Rock (Warren Smith)
27. Sukiyaki (Rohusuke Ei/Hachidai Nakamura)
28. Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Concert #18 of the 1986 True Confessions Far East Tour. Concert #18 with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. 1986 concert
#18.
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar) with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
Tom Petty (guitar), Mike Campbell (guitar), Benmont Tench (keyboards), Howie Epstein (bass), Stan Lynch (drums)
and The Queens Of Rhythm: Debra Byrd, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Elisecia Wright (backing vocals).
8-10 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).
8, 9, 28 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
11, 25, 28 Bob Dylan and Tom Petty (shared vocals).
18 Howie Epstein (slide guitar), Tom Petty (bass).
Still On The Road: 1986 True Confessions Tour: Down Under
Note. The vocals to track 27 are only hummed.


BobTalk
Thank you. That was a recent hit of mine. Sold about three records ha-ha-ha. Here's one, ha-ha, here’s one a little older.
(after That Lucky Old Sun)
All right, I wanna take a little break here. I wanna introduce you to one of America's finest rock ‘n’ roll bands, certainly one
of my favorites, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. (after Masters Of War)
Thank you. All right, here's a song about recognition. Or lack of recognition. Tennessee Williams, it was he who said "I don't
ask for your pity, just your understanding. Not even that, but just your recognition of me in you. At times the enemy in us all."
Anyway, Tennessee Williams, he got a pretty drastic life too. He kind of died all by himself in a New York City Hotel room.
Without a friend in the world. Another man died like that, except Tennessee Williams did have some success. This man didn't
have too much success, but he started a lot of people off. People who came, picked up on what he did and took it someplace
else and made a lot of money and became very successful. And he died in a lonely grave. (before Lenny Bruce)
Thank you. All right, that was for Hugh McGhee wherever you are. This is a song I wrote a while back in response to people
who ask me questions all the time. You just get tired of that every once in a while. You just don't want to answer no more
questions. I figure a person’s life speaks for itself, right? So, every once in a while you got to do this kind of thing, you got to
put somebody in their place. Where I come from, there’s a lot of people who aren’t exactly in their place they should be, so
every once in a while somebody has got to come and put them in their place. I don't know whether it's like that over here or
not. I hope it's not. But this is a song .... It's not a bad thing to be put in your place, I didn't say that. It's actually a good
thing. It's been done to me every once in a while and I've always appreciated it. So this is my response to something that
happened over in England. I think it was about '63, '64. Anyway the song still holds up. Seems to be people around still like
that. So I still sing it. It's called Ballad Of A Thin Man.
Thank you. Domo, domo, domo, I love that word, ha-ha . All right then once again now give them a warm hand. Tom Petty
and the Heartbreakers. (after Ballad Of A Thin Man)
Thank you. Ha-ha. Everybody must get stoned. Of course that can be taken two ways. This here next song, this can be taken
only one way. I'll play it for you if I can get my guitar into tune. Oh! it just came on! (before Seeing The Real You At Last)
Thank you. I wanna thank Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers for backing me up tonight. On the keyboards, give him a warm
hand, Benmont Tench. On the drums, Stan Lynch. On the bass guitar, Howie Epstein. On lead guitar, Michael Campbell. I
especially want to thank Mr. Tom Petty himself. And of course I never go anywhere without my singing partners over there.
They go by all kinds of names. But they go everywhere with me. And they hold me up in more ways than one. I wanna thank
them too. Thank you girls. (before Like A Rolling Stone)
Thank you. We're gonna play this song here as the last song of the night. This is about my hero. Everybody's got a hero. This
song’s about my hero. (before In The Garden)
Thank you. We're gonna play this song here. This was a popular song when we were was growing up. Always meant a great
deal. So, we don't know exactly all the words but maybe you do. If you know them, you sing them. (before Sukiyaki)
Bootleg
Precious Memories. Nortlake Records LP.
4 new songs (14%) compared to previous concert. 1 possible new song for this tour.
Stereo audience recording, 150 minutes.

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Joe Bonamassa 2006-03-15 Sellersville Theater Sellersville, PA




Artist: Joe Bonamassa
Date: March 15,2006
Venue: Sellersville Theater1894
City: Sellersville, PA, USA

Band lineup:
  Joe Bonamassa - Guitar, Vocals
  Mark Epstein - Bass
  Bogie Bowles - Drums
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Source: Audience
Taped by: Slipkid
Gear info: Sonic Studios DSM6s/L mics --> Sony DAT D100 @44.1kHz with mod-2

Mastered by: Slipkid
Mastering info: Tascam DAT Da20MkII --> EGOSYSWAVETERMINAL2496 --> Cooledit2000 --> WAVs/Cuesheets --> CDWAV for tracksplitting --> TLH --> FLACs


Artwork: 300dpi artwork included in the torrent
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Tracklist:

Disc One - 50:00
 1. Takin' The Hit
 2. Walk In My Shadows
 3. Blues Deluxe
 4. Mountain Time
 5. Bridge To Better Days
 6. A New Day Yesterday

Disc Two - 42:19
 1. Miss You, Hate You
 2. Woke Up Dreaming
 3. acoustic riffing
 4. The River
 5. Burning Hell
 6. Asking Around For You
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Comments:

Not much to say other than this show was fantastic and the recording came out great.

Enjoy!

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*SHARE FREELY....NEVER SELL...SUPPORT THE ARTISTS, BUY THEIR RELEASES, AND GO TO A SHOW*
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Led Zeppelin 1970-04-17 Mid South Coliseum Memphis,Tennessee


Led Zeppelin - April 17, 1970
Memphis,Tennessee - Mid South Coliseum
EVSD release  "Memphis Tennessee 1970"
audience recording

lineage - silvers > EAC wav > TLH flac 8

disc 1
opening announcements
we're gonna grove
dazed and confused
heartbreaker
bring it on home
white summer/black mountian side
since I've been loving you
organ solo
thank you

disc 2
what is and what should never be
moby dick
how many more times
whole lotta love
ending announcements

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Bruce Springsteen 1976-05-13 Municipal Auditorium New Orleans, LA


Mississippi Boss
New Orleans,Louisiana-Municipal Auditorium
May 13th, 1976


FLAC Trade(flac files renamed and tagged)

Included in upload:md5 verification file,flac fingerprint,spectral/frequency analysis,artwork,and PAR2 recovery files.


DISC ONE
01-Night
02-10th Avenue Freezeout
03-Spirit in the Night
04-It's My Life
05-Thunder Road
06-She's the One
07-Born to Run
08-Pretty Flamingo
09-Growin' Up

DISC TWO
01-It's Hard to be a Saint in the City
02-Backstreets
03-Jungleland
04-Rosalita
05-Raise Your Hand
06-4th of July,Asbury Park(Sandy)
07-New Orleans
08-Detroit Medley


From Brucebase:"Audience tape - Full set - rare version of New Orleans AKA Mississippi Queen in the encores. The tape was recorded from the seat shown in the ticket image below, and the taper recalls Bruce jumping down offstage right in front of them, a rare event for concerts in those days - especially if you were recording the show at the time :-) Released on CDR "Mississippi Boss"."


Enjoy, Ivan.


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NIRVANA The Chosen Rejects



NIRVANA
The Chosen Rejects
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DISC 01: Home Demos
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01 Montage Of Heck (Short) [4-Track Tape Collage 1988]
02 Sound Of Dentage [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
03 Bambi Slaughter [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
04 Laminated Effect [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
05 Insurance [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
06 Class Of '86 [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
07 Blathers Log [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
08 Downer [Fecal Matter Demo 12/85]
09 Escalator To Hell [4-Track Experiment 1988]
10 Sappy [4-Track Demo 1988]
11 Creation [4-Track Demo 1988]
12 Black & White Blues [4-Track Demo 1988]
13 Intro/Old Age/Low Rider [4-Track Demo 1992]
14 Montage Of Heck (Long) [4-Track Tape Collage 1988]
15 Gypsies Tramps & Thieves [Band Practice 1987]

DISC 02: Studio Sessions
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01 Spank Thru [Demo, 1/23/88 Reciprocal]
02 Paper Cuts [Rough Mix, 1/23/88 Reciprocal]
03 Mr. Moustache [Demo, 6/11/88 Reciprocal]
04 Blew [Demo, 6/11/88 Reciprocal]
05 Sifting [Instrumental Demo, 6/11/88 Reciprocal]
06 Ain't It A Shame [Rough Mix, 8/20/89 Reciprocal]
07 Even In His Youth [Rough Mix, 9/89 Music Source]
08 Lithium [Demo, 4/90 Smart]
09 Breed [Demo, 4/90 Smart]
10 Sappy [Demo, 4/90 Smart]
11 Aneurysm [Rough Mix, 1/1/91 Music Source]
12 Oh The Guilt [Instrumental Demo, 1/1/91 Music Source]
13 Radio Friendly Unit Shifter [Demo, 1/1/91 Music Source]
14 On A Plain [Demo, 1/1/91 Music Source]
15 All Apologies [Demo, 1/1/91 Music Source]
16 Token Eastern Song [Instrumental Demo, 1/1/91 Music Source]
17 Something In The Way [Rough Mix, 5/91 Sound City]
18 Drain You [Rough Mix, 5/91 Sound City]
19 Stay Away [Rough Mix, 5/91 Sound City]
20 Scentless Apprentice [Demo, 1/19/93 BMG Ariola Ltda]
21 Onward Into Countless Battles [Demo, 1/19/93 BMG Ariola Ltda]
22 Very Ape [Demo, 1/19/93 BMG Ariola Ltda]

DISC 03: Broadcasts
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01 Floyd The Barber [4/87 KAOS FM]
02 Mexican Seafood [4/87 KAOS FM]
03 Hairspray Queen [4/87 KAOS FM]
04 Dive [11/1/89 VPRO FM]
05 About A Girl [10/26/89 BBC FM]
06 Love Buzz [10/26/89 BBC FM]
07 Polly [10/26/89 BBC FM]
08 Spank Thru [10/26/89 BBC FM]
09 Drain You [9/3/91 BBC FM]
10 Something In The Way [11/9/91 BBC FM]
11 Where Did You Sleep Last Night? [11/25/91 VPRO FM]
12 Here She Comes Now [11/25/91 VPRO FM]
13 Smells Like Teen Spirit [1/11/92 SNL]
14 School [1/10/92 MTV]
15 Molly's Lips [1/10/92 MTV]
16 Lithium [9/9/92 MTV VMA'S]
17 Heart-Shaped Box [9/25/93 SNL]
18 Rape Me [2/4/94 CANAL+]
19 Pennyroyal Tea [2/4/94 CANAL+]
20 Serve The Servants [2/23/94 TUNNEL]
21 Dumb [2/23/94 TUNNEL]
22 Territorial Pissings [1/11/92 SNL]

DISC 04: Live Rarities
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01 If You Must [3/19/88 Tacoma]
02 Pen Cap Chew [3/19/88 Tacoma]
03 Big Cheese [3/19/88 Tacoma]
04 Run Rabbit Run [10/30/88 Olympia]
05 Sifting [12/28/88 Seattle]
06 Token Eastern Song [10/8/89 Omaha]
07 Son Of A Gun [10/23/90 Birmingham]
08 Oh, The Guilt [11/25/90 Seattle]
09 Mr. Moustache [11/25/90 Seattle]
10 Verse Chorus Verse [11/25/90 Seattle]
11 Stain [11/25/90 Seattle]
12 Rape Me [11/19/91 Rome]
13 Curmudgeon [10/23/91 Tempe]
14 Talk To Me [11/17/91 Mezzago]
15 Where Did You Sleep Last Night? [2/7/92 Sydney]
16 Swap Meet [6/26/92 Roskilde]
17 Scoff [6/26/92 Roskilde]
18 Beeswax [10/30/92 Buenos Aires]
19 You Know You're Right [10/23/93 Chicago]
20 The Man Who Sold The World [1/8/94 Seattle]
21 Erectum/Moby Dick [3/19/88 Tacoma]


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This box set contains select material available to collectors that has not yet been given an official release. This set was compiled from the best sounding and lowest available gen sources (unlike the official box!). EQ was properly adjusted for every track. Mono material was reduced to true mono. Most, if not all, of the tracks have been speed corrected somewhere along the line. There was no hiss/noise reduction used on any material! Put away your "Outcesticides" and enjoy the ultimate Nirvana bootleg experience!

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SOUND QUALITY is mostly A+ with an occasional A- and a few B+ tracks

ALL TRACKS SOUNDBOARD, EXCEPT:
DISC 01: TRACK 15 (Boombox Demo)
DISC 04: TRACKS 04-05, 07, 13-15, 19-20 (Audience)

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Compiled & Remastered by JWB - March 2009
Artwork by Tony Perrozzi

MP3 encoding is okay for personal use but please don't upload

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