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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Robert Plant & Jimmy Page - 1998-03-01 - Bucharest, RO (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

1998 European Tour
Sala Polivalenta, Bucharest, Rumania

PRO Shot 
audio codec: AC3 
audio bitrate: 256 kbps 
video system: NTSC 29.97 fps 
video bitrate: 4564 kbps 
DVD Trade>My HD>You 

01 - Intro (1:59)
02 - The Wanton Song (3:19)
03 - Heartbreaker (7:32)
04 - Ramble On (6:01)
05 - Walking Into Clarksdale (6:19)
06 - No Quarter (10:03)
07 - Going To California (4:52)
08 - Tangerine (3:14)
09 - Gallows Pole (4:47)
10 - Burning up (5:24)
11 - Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You (8:07)
12 - How Many More Times (11:11)
13 - Most High (6:32)
14 - Whole Lotta Love (9:57)
15 - Thank You (9:37)
16 - Rock And Roll (4:35)




Van Morrison - 2000-12-17 - Basel, CH (DVDfull pro-shot DL)

(DVDfull pro-shot DL)
               
Festsaal, Basel, 17. December 2000  

PAL 720*576 @ 25fps @ 0.6735 (4:3); avg. nom. bitrate 7250000bps (min/max: 5634000/22192000)
MPEG-1, Layer2, 48000Hz, stereo, 256kbps

Van Morrison: Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar
Linda Gail Lewis: Vocals, Piano, Hammond Organ
Candy Dulfer: Sax
Matt Holland: Trumpet
Annie Lewis: Backing Vocals
Featuring The Red Hot Pokers

01 - Good Morning Blues
02 - Old Black Joe
03 - Think Twice Before You Go
04 - Fire In The Belly
05 - Naked In The Jungle
06 - In The Afternoon
07 - Don't You Make Me High
08 - Real Gone Lover
09 - Domino
10 - Outskirts Of Town
11 - Long Distance Call
12 - Muleskinner Blues
13 - When The Leaves Come Falling Down
14 - Brown-Eyed Girl
15 - Bright Side Of The Road
16 - Help Me/Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
17 - Hello Josephine/Shake, Rattle and Roll/Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On/Roll Over Beethoven
18 - Have I Told You Lately

1:33:11

This needs a Double Layer Medium







Steely Dan - 2006-08-12 - Charlotte, NC (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

G-Spot Tango:DVD "VOB" format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << { 1 vid, 1 aud }
Sys Bitrate: 10080 kb/s VBR
Audio: DVD_LPCM_AUDIO
Video: Frames/s 29.970 kbps 3354 I/L BFF NTSC 720x480 4:3
TTD>PC>PR

Donald Fagen - Keyboards, Vocals
Walter Becker - Guitar
Jon Herington - Guitar
Jeff Young - Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Walt Weiskopf - Sax
Michael Leonhart - Trumpet
Jim Pugh - Trombone
Roger Rosenberg - Baritone Sax
Freddie Washington - Bass
Keith Carlock - Drums
Carolyn Leonhart-Escoffery - Backing Vocals
Cindy Mizelle - Backing Vocals

01 - Turtle Talk
02 - Bodhisattva
03 - Time Out of Mind
04 - Aja
05 - I Got The News
06 - Hey Nineteen
07 - Josie
08 - Green Earrings
09 - Deacon Blues
10 - Black Friday
11 - Dirty Work
12 - Band Intros / Show Biz Kids *
13 - Do it Again *
14 - Peg *
15 - Don't Take Me Alive *
16 - Kid Charlemagne *
17 - FM (No Static at All) *
18 - My Old School *

01:55:43

Micheal McDonald - Vocals, Keyboards *











Ozzy Osbourne - 2011-06-19 - Clisson, FR (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

"Hellfest"

GENERATION
FM[OuiFM] > .WAV[16bits/44kHz] > .FLAC Lvl.8[16bits/44kHz]

SOURCE
Soundboard > Unknown

TRANSFER
FM(Aiwa XR MN-75) > Edirol r-09hr > SD > PC > MAGIX Audio Cleanic 1

01. I don't know
02. Suicide solution
03. Mr Crowley
04. Bark at the moon
05. War pigs
06. Road to nowhere
07. [Band Introduction]
08. Shot in the dark
09. Rat salad

Iron Man *
Fairies Wear Boots *
I Don't Want to Change the World *
Crazy Train *

Mama, I'm Coming Home *
Paranoid *

* > Not broadcasted

NOTES
- I cut some comments between tracks...
- Taper/cover: Nono

Jim Croce - 1973-02-02 - Palantine, IL (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

"Live at Harper College"
Palantine, Il.
February 2, 1973

Lineage:
Silver CD > EAC (V0.95 BETA 4) > WAV > DBPowerAmp Music Converter > FLAC (LEVEL 6)

01. Careful Man
02. Operator
03. Box #10
04. A Good Time Man Like Me Ain't Got No Business
05. It Dosn't Have To Be That Way
06. Next Time This Time
07. Speedball Tucker
08. I've Been Framed
09. Roller Derby Queen
10. New York's Not My Home
11. One Less Set Of Footsteps
12. Ball Of Kerrymuir
13. You Don't Mess Around With Jim

Rolling Thunder Revue - 1975-11-04 - Providence, RI (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

late show
Civic Center,
 

 source: aud 1st gen reel*
Jerry Moore's copy

lineage: MAC > Reel

master taped by Jimmy Warburton from left mid loge:
sony ecm99a stereo mic > sony tc-152 cassette master/dolby b (decoded) >
7" reel @ 7.5 ips, no nr

technics rs-1506 > tascam hd-p2 compact flash 24/96 > pc >

adobe audition 2.0 (levels) > cd wave (tracking) > flac
transferred & seeded by Rob Berger & JPC3 9/12

* d2t10, d2t11, & d3t01 are from the previously circulated

Warburton 3.75 ips 1st gen reel source

disc one:

set one:

01. Rolling Thunder Invocation
02. Sleazy
03. Trucker's Dreams
04. Don't Blame Me
05. Werewolves of London
06. You Don't Know Me
07. Catfish
08. Life On Mars
09. additional intros
10. Hank Williams Is Dead
11. Please
12. Mercedes Benz
13. Ramblin' Jack Elliot
14. Me & Bobby McGee
15. Friend of the Devil
16. Salt Pork West Virginia
17. Love My Woman
18. When I Paint My Masterpiece
19. It Ain't Me Babe


disc two:
01. Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall
02. Romance In Durango
03. Isis
set two:
04. The Times They Are A Changin'
05. Never Let Me Go
06. I Dreamed I Saw Saint Augustine
07. I Shall Be Released
08. tuning
09. Diamonds And Rust
10. Swing Low Sweet Chariot*
11. Joe Hill*
12. Love Song to a Stranger
13. Long Black Veil
14. Please Come To Boston
15. Chestnut/Mare
16. The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down
17. crowd


disc three:
01. Masters Of War*
02. Oh Sister
03. It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
04. Hurricane
05. One More Cup Of Coffee
06. Sarah
07. Just Like A Woman >
08. Knockin' On Heaven's Door >
09. This Land Is Your Land

notes: 
complete, in the correct order, and a definite improvement in sound quality.

Moore than a year ago, Rob used his shake and bake oven on Jimmy Warburton's 3.75 ips copy of his long gone master if this show. Turns out, Jimmy's back-up had been made out of order for reasons too long to go into, and it's release was met with "excessive" conversation.

Lat month, Rob found Jerry's copy of Jimmy's original, and it was a nice fat 7.5 ips in the correct order!! As noted below, 3 songs were missing from Jerry copy, so they have been patched in from the original Warburton copy. And now for the show!

Bob Dylan - 1988-06-24 - Holmdel, NJ (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Garden State Performing Arts Center

lineage: 
Silver CD > Wav > Flac 8

Date : 1988-6-24
Venue : Garden State Performing Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey 
Publisher: Scorpio
Reference :BD-08022
Quality : excellent stereo soundboard

http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-n43.html

01. Subterranean Homesick Blues
02. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
03. Masters Of War
04. Simple Twist Of Fate
05. Driftin' Too Far From Shore
06. You're A Big Girl Now
07. Lakes Of Pontchartrain (trad.)
08. Boots Of Spanish Leather
09. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
10. Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
11. I Shall Be Released
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. The Times They Are A-Changin'
14. Maggie's Farm

Bob Marley - 1970s - The Santana Secret Tape (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Bob Marley & The Wailers
"The Santana Secret Tape"
1975-1980

CD1 and 2 -> EAC-> 1 track wave -> CD WAVe split -> Frontend Flac

Cd 1
01 - Keep On Moving (Dub Take 1)
02 - Keep On Moving (Dub Take 2)
03 - ???? Marcia? Got To Lead The West..
04 - Waiting In Vain (Live)
05 - Rebel Music (Live)
06 - Instrumental
07 - Revolution (Take 1)
08 - Revolution (Take 2)

CD 2
01 - Pimpers Paradise (Dub)
02 - So Much Trouble (Instrumental)
03 - Forever Loving Jah (Instrumental)
04 - Bad Card (Version)
05 - Real Situation (Alternate)
06 - Crisis (Version)
07 - Buffalo Soldier (Dub)
08 - Rebel Music (Instrumental Take 3)
09 - Buffalo Soldier (Dub Mix 2)
10 - One Love (Dub Take 2)
11- One Love (Dub Take 3)

January 14, 2008
Ask BobMarley.com: Santana
By Jack Low / BobMarley.com

Santana himself is an avid music collector, who is said to have a vault of music for all his favorite artists. In the tape trader community, there is a tape called the "Bob Marley Santana Tape," which is full of rare 7-inch and b-side singles of Bob and the Wailers.
Bob Marley - 1975 - Bob Marley - Santana Secret Tape (1975-1980)

Despite a mutual respect for one another's music, Bob and Santana never recorded together
Q: "Is it true that Bob Marley and Santana did some recordings together in 1979? If so what happened to those tapes?"
-Ben Kramer

It's true that Bob Marley and Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana were fans of one another's music. The artists often played many of the same venues in the process of demanding tour circuits on which they aimed to grow their audiences in Europe and the United States during the 1970s and the early 1980s. The first documented example of Bob's interest in the guitarist's powerful brand of rock is a 1973 home movie where Bob and other members of the Wailers are hanging out at a waterfall in Jamaica, listening to Santana's music.

Although Santana and Bob never embarked on a recording session in the studio together, Bob once came close to recording a live number with Santana and his band. In the summer of 1980, during the European leg of Bob's Uprising tour, the pair met up in Germany because of coinciding schedules. Bob was to play at Dortmund, Germany Friday the June 13th. The day before, Santana was in town to play at the same club. It was one of the only days off for Bob and the band during the tour, which carried them all over Europe.

Bob attended the Santana show with the rest of the Wailers. It was sold out, and Bob and the Wailers where backstage watching the show. Santana offered Bob Marley and the Wailers to perform with his band onstage during the third and final encore. Al Anderson and Tyrone Downie of he Wailers took Santana up on his offer and came on stage and played with Santana on his classic tune "Evil Ways," from Santana's eponymous 1969 debut album. Because Bob did not join his bandmates onstage that night, today there is no recording of the two greats playing together.

Santana himself is an avid music collector, who is said to have a vault of music for all his favorite artists. In the tape trader community, there is a tape called the "Bob Marley Santana Tape," which is full of rare 7-inch and b-side singles of Bob and the Wailers. Ben, we hope this answers your question. Thanks for asking Bob Marley.com.

Pink Floyd - 1990-06-30 - Knebworth, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Video Codec - MPEG-2
Video System - NTSC
Audio Codec - AC3
Frames Per Second 29,970
Length - 52 min 40 sec
Video Bitrate - 7997 kbps

DVD1
01 - Shine On You Crazy Diamond
02 - The Great Gig In The Sky
03 - Wish You Were Here
04 - Sorrow
05 - Money
06 - Comfortably Numb
07 - Run Like Hell

DVD2
Bonus disc

MTV Broadcast hosted by Martha Quinn

notes
This super-deluxe ultimate collector's limited edition is 2 DVDs. The first DVD contains the 5-song broadcast, taken straight from the original Beta tape. The second is a series of "extras" that have been conjured out of the Void. The Floyd's appearance on the Knebworth stage followed a short film that summarized the Floyd's history. I'm sure that most (if not all) of you folks will have seen at least a portion of this film. It contains such things as the "It Would Be So Nice" promo video and the film of Barrett having a picnic and climbing a tree. Typically, it circulates in dreadful quality. Thanks to a nice chap in the UK, I have what I believe to be a first or second gen copy of this film. And ... oh, there's loads of other silly stuff as well. Suffice to say that you will get to hear the missing two songs if you look in the right places and listen closely. Plus, there's loads of art, swirling lights, and plenty of fun to be had. I must thank Simon for his technical support, Mr. Hutchison for his unending patience and artistic support, and Mr. X for tolerating me digging through his boxes of tapes and for answering all of my silly questions.



The Beach Boys - 1962-1969 - Best Unsurpassed Masters (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

Alternates, outtakes, rehearsals and unreleased tracks from the master tapes
Liberated Sea Of Tunes bootleg

Disc 1:
01. Cuckoo Clock (Backing Track)
02. Cuckoo Clock (Overdub 2, Take 12)
03. Heads You Win, Tails I Lose (Overdub 1, Take 17)
04. County Fair (Backing Track)
05. County Fair (Vocal Overdub 2, Take 13)
06. Summertime Blues (Backing Track, Takes 1 & 2)
07. Summertime Blues (Vocal Overdub 1, Take 8)
08. Land Ahoy (Backing Track, Take 1)
09. Land Ahoy (Vocal Overdub 1, Take 4)
10. Little Girl (You're My Miss America) (Backing Track, Takes 1 & 2)
11. Little Girl (You're My Miss America) (Backing Track, Take 15)
12. The Surfer Moon (Backing Track, Take 2)
13. The Surfer Moon (Backing Track, Take 3)
14. Cindy, Oh Cindy (Backing Track, Takes 2-4)
15. Cindy, Oh Cindy (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
16. Surfin' USA (Backing Track, Take N/A)
17. Surfin' USA (Vocal Take, Take N/A)
18. Shut Down (Backing Track, Take N/A)
19. Lana (Vocal Overdub, Take 11)
20. Farmer's Daughter (Stereo Mix 1, Overdub 2, Take 9)
21. Ballad Of Ole' Betsy (Backing Track, Takes 1-3)
22. Ballad Of Ole' Betsy (Backing Track, Take 4)
23. Noble Surfer (Vocal Overdub, Take 39)
24. Let's Go Trippin' (Take 8)
25. Miserlou (Take 12)
26. Honky Tonk (Take 9)
27. Stoked (Take 16)
28. Surf Jam (Take 8)
29. Finder's Keepers (Vocal Overdub, Take 18)
30. The Baker Man (Backing Track, Takes 1 & 2)
31. The Baker Man (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
32. Side Two (Backing Track, Take N/A)
33. Surfer Girl (Possibly End Mix)
34. Surfers Rule (Backing Track, Take 5)
35. Surfers Rule (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
36. South Bay Surfer (Backing Track, Take N/A)
37. South Bay Surfer (Vocal Overdub, Take 2)

Disc 2:
01. If It Can't Be You (Demo, Take 1)
02. Boogie Woodie (Take 1)
03. Boogie Woodie (Piano Overdub, Take N/A)
04. Our Car Club (Vocal Take N/A, Stereo Mix)
05. The Surfer Moon (Vocal Take N/A, Stereo Mix 1)
06. Hawaii (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
07. Your Summer Dream (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
08. The Rockin' Surfer
09. Catch A Wave (Stereo Mix)
10. In My Room (Vocal Overdub, Take 13)
11. Run Arounf Lover (Backing Track, Take N/A)
12. The One You Can't Have (Backing Track, Take N/A)
13. Pamela Jean (Backing Track, Take 8)
14. Pamela Jean (Sax Solo Overdub Onto Take 8)
15. Bobby Left Me (Take 5)
16. I Can See Right Through You (Backing Track, Take 2)
17. I Do (Vocal Overdubs, Takes 1 & 2)
18. I Do (Backing Track, Take 7)
19. I Do (Vocal Overdub, Take 1)
20. Endless Sleep (Backing Track, Take 2)
21. Endless Sleep (Track 3, Take 2)
22. Fun, Fun, Fun (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
23. Ganz Allein (Vocal Overdub 1, Take 13)
24. He's A Doll (Backing Track, Take 7)
25. I Get Around (Backing Track, Take 7)
26. I Get Around (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
27. All Summer Long (Instrumental Insert)
28. All Summer Long (Vocal Overdub 1)
29. Hushabye (First Vocal Overdub)
30. Little Honda (Backing Track, Take N/A)
31. Little Honda (Vocal Overdub, Take N/A)
32. We'll Run Away (Rehearsal)
33. We'll Run Away (Vocal Overdub 1)
34. Wendy (Vocal Overdub, Take 7a)

Disc 3
01. Do You Remember (First Vocal Overdub)
02. Girls On The Beach (Vocal Overdub, Take 10a)
03. Don't Back Down (Rehearsal)
04. Don't Back Down (Vocal Overdub A)
05. Don't Back Down (Stereo Mix)
06. She Knows Me Too Well (Lead Vocal Overdub)
07. Don't Hurt My Little Sister (Take 3)
08. Don't Hurt My Little Sister (First Vocal Overdub)
09. Surfin' USA (Concert Rehearsal)
10. Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow (Concert Rehearsal)
11. When I Grow Up (To Be A Man) (First Vocal Overdub)
12. I'm So Young (Alternate Take, First Vocal Overdub)
13. Guess I'm Dumb (First Vocal Overdub)
14. All Dressed Up For School (First Vocal Overdub)
15. Dance, Dance Dance (Alternate Version, Vocal Overdub)
16. KJR Radio Spot (Late 1964)
17. The Little Girl (Takes 7-10)
18. Help Me, Rhonda (Second Vocal Overdub 2A, Take 2)
19. Do You Wanna Dance? (Instrumental Insert)
20. In The Back Of My Mind (First Vocal Overdub)
21. Sandy (Second Vocal Overdub)
22. Let Him Run Wild (First Vocal Overdub, Take 3)
23. Salt Lake City (Take 9)
24. California Girls (Take 6)
25. California Girls (Take 41)
26. Girl Don't Tell Me (Vocal Overdub)
27. Then I Kissed Her (First Vocal Overdub)
28. Graduation Day (Vocal Take)
29. Amusement Park USA (First Voal Overdub)
30. The Girl From New York City (Take 15)
31. The Girl From New York City (Vocal Overdub)
32. Blowin' In The Wind
33. Riot In Cell Block #9 ( Take 1)
34. California Girls
35. Smokey Joe's Cafe (Take 1)

Disc 4:
01. Sloop John B (take 14 vocal over dub 2)
02. Wouldn't It Be Nice (first vocal overdub)
03. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times (first lead vocal overdub)
04. That's Not Me (first lead vocals overdub)
05. God Only Knows (lead vocal, first overdub)
06. Prayer
07. Heroes and Villians
08. Do You Like Worms?
09. Barnyard
10. The Old Master Painter/You Are My Sunshine
11. He Gives Speeches (lead vocal overdub)
12. Child IS The Father Of The Man
13. Cabin Essence
14. Look
15. Good Vibrations (take 26, stereo mix)
16. I Wanna Be Around/Friday Night
17. Vege-Tables (remix)
18. Mr. O'leary's Cow (Fire)
19. I Love To Say Da-Da (Water)
20. You're Welcome
21. Surf's Up
22. Wonderful (first vocal overdub)
23. Wind Chimes (vocal overdub attempt)
24. Gettin' Hungry (vocal overdub)
25. Cool, Cool Water (first vocal overdub)
26. I Was Made To Love Her (vocal overdub attempt)
27. The Letter (track and vocals)
28. Darlin' (lead vocal overdub)
29. Friends (alternate version)
30. Do It Again (track and vocals)
31. We're Together Again (vocal overdub)
32. I Can Hear Music (track and vocals)
33. Break Away (track and vocal)

Led Zeppelin - 1972-06-27 - Long Beach, CA (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

"Wild Beach Party"
Long Beach, California - Long Beach Arena
Godfatherecords "Welcome Back" (how the west was won tapes revisited-complete californian summer 1972 diaries)

linage 
audience sources combined > silvers > EAC wav > TLH flac 8

Disc 1
01 Before The Show
02 Tape Drone
03 Immigrant Song
04 Heartbreaker
05 Black Dog
06 Over The Hills And Far Away
07 Since I'Ve Been Loving You
08 Stairway To Heaven
09 Going To California
10 That'S The Way
11 Tangerine
12 Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp

Disc 2
01 Dazed And Confused
02 What Is And What Should Never Be
03 Dancing Days
04 Moby Dick

Disc 3

01 Whole Lotta Love
02 Applause
03 Rock And Roll
04 After The Show

notes:
bonus tracks from soundboard source removed ie. (wiawsnb,dd,md) from extraction, also removed from art

Blackfoot - 1981-07-24 - Atlanta, GA (FM/FLAC)



(FM Radio Broadcast FLAC)

Fox Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Rickey Medlocke (Vocals, Guitars)
Charlie Hargrett (Guitars)
Greg T. Walker (Bass, Keyboards, BG Vocals)
Jakson Spires (Drums, Percussion, BG Vocals)

01. Gimme Gimme Gimme
02. On The Run
03. I Got A Line On You
04. Every Man Should Know (Queenie)
05. Searchin'
06. Fox Chase
07. Too Hard To Handle
08. Fly Away
09. Road Fever
10. Train Train
11. Radio Station ID's
12. Highway Song
13. Rattlesnake Rock n Roller
14. Announcer Closing Comments

Total Time - 75:10.34

From "The Marauder" Promotion Tour.

The Rolling Stones - 1990-07-07 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)

 


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Label: CHAM 2-9000

Live at Wembley Stadium, July 7.1990 (complete show)
FM BROADCAST/STEREO SOUNDBOARD FLAC


Disc 1 (Playtime: 64:01)
01-Continental Drift (1:38)
02-Start Me Up (4:00)
03-Sad Sad Sad (3:54)
04-Harlem Shuffle (4:26)
05-Tumbling Dice (4:32)
06-Miss You (6:23)
07-Almost hear you sigh (5:28)
08-Ruby Tuesday (3:37)
09-Angie (3:30)
10-Rock and a hard place (5:25)
11-Mixed Emotions (5:07)
12-Honky tonk women (5:09)
13-Midnight Rambler (10:52)

Disc 2 (Playtime: 66:44)
01-You can't always get what you want (8:27)
02-Happy (4:47)
03-Paint It Black (4:15)
04-2000 light years from home (6:15)
05-Sympathy for the devil (7:27)
06-Street Fighting Man (4:24)
07-Gimme Shelter (6:28)
08-It's only rock 'n roll (4:45)
09-Brown Sugar (4:19)
10-Jumpin' jack flash (7:30)
11-I Can't Get No Satisfaction (8:07)


Geetarz Comments: a Perfect Soundboard!

Metallica - 1984-12-04 - Sindelfingen, DE (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Thrashing Through Europe '84

Metallica
FTP - INC Unofficial release
1984-12-04
Ausstellungshalle
Sindelfingen, West Germany
SDB? VG AUD??

Silvers > EAC > You
log and full artwork included

01 - The Ecstacy Of Gold
02 - Fight Fire With Fire
03 - Ride The Lightning
04 - Phantom Lord
05 - The Four Horsemen
06 - Bass Solo
07 - For Whom The Bell Tolls
08 - No Remorse
09 - The Call Of Ktulu
10 - Seek & Destroy
11 - Whiplash
12 - Creeping Death
13 - Guitar Solo
14 - Metal Militia
15 - Trapped Under Ice*

Notes
Songs 1-14 recorded live at Ausstellungshalle in Sindelfingen, West Germany 04.12.1984

Song 15* recorded live at Espace Balard in Paris, France 18.11.1984 

Fleetwood Mac - 1970-01-30/31 - New Orleans, LA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Fleetwood Mac
"DEAD BUST BLUES"
The Warehouse
New Orleans, Louisiana
January 30th and 31st, 1970

opening for the Grateful Dead

Peter Green-vocals, guitar, harmonica
Jeremy Spencer-vocal, guitar
Danny Kirwan-vocal, guitar
John McVie-bass
Mick Fleetwood-drums

***DISC 1***
January 30th (wide stereo soundboard)

01. Tune Up and Introduction
02. Before the Beginning
03. It Takes Time
04. Like It This Way
05. Only You
06. Madison Blues
07. Oh Baby
08. Albatross
09. Green Manalishi
10. World in Harmony
11. Stranger Blues

January 31st (narrower stereo soundboard)
01. Sandy Mary
[64:26]

***DISC 2***
02. All Over Again
03. Only You
04. World In Harmony
05. Stranger Blues
06. I Can't Hold Out
07. Oh Well
08. Rattlesnake Shake > Searching For Madge (spliced gap - some missing)
09. Comin' Your Way (spliced gap during drum solo - some missing)
10. Tiger
11. Twist and Shout
[76:13]

Recorded by Owsley Stanley the soundman for the Grateful Dead

Source;
January 30th: Master > Cassette > DAT > CDR > EAC > Wav> flac > WAV > CEP v2.1 > flac
Repairs:
TLH (wave) > Adobe Audition 3.0 & iZotope RX4 advanced > CD Wav > TLH (flac level 8)

Source:
January 31st: "Dead Bust Blues" (silver disc) + Patches for the 31st sbd > ??? > shn > wav > shn
Repairs:
EAC > Adobe Audition 3.0 & iZotope RX4 advanced > CD Wav > TLH (flac level 8)

Jimmy Page and The Black Crowes - 2000-07-10 - Wantagh, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Jones Beach Amphitheatre 

"Excess All Areas" - WatchTower (#WT 2001021/2001022) 

Lineage: 
My silvers > EAC > FLAC > TLH > 

Tested for SBE's > FLAC Level 8 

Disc 1 
01 - Celebration Day
02 - The Wanton Song 
03 - Misty Mountain Hop 
04 - Hots on for Nowhere 
05 - No Speak No Slave 
06 - Sick Again 
07 - What is and What Should Never Be 
08 - Horsehead 
09 - Oh Well 
10 - Ten Years Gone 
11 - In My Time of Dying 
12 - Just Can't be Satisfied 
13 - Your Time is Gonna Come 

Disc 2 
01 - Remedy 
02 - The Lemon Song 
03 - In the Light 
04 - Shapes of Things 
05 - Nobody's Fault but Mine 
06 - Heartbreaker 
07 - Bring it on Home 
08 - She Talks to Angels 
09 - Out on the Tiles 
10 - Whole Lotta Love 

Pink Floyd - 1972-03-13 - Sapporo, JP (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Nakajima Sports Centre

Lineage:
Cass(3)>CDR(1) > EAC > Wav > TLH > FLAC (16bit/44kHz) ----> Samplitude10 (32bit float/44kHz) > Wav (16bit/44kHz) > CDWave (1.98) > FLAC

Set 1 (47:55)
01. [01:10] Speak to Me
02. [02:54] Breathe
03. [06:10] On The Run
04. [06:17] Time
05. [01:05] Breathe (Reprise)
06. [04:17] The Mortality Sequence
07. [07:37] Money
08. [07:24] Us & Them
09. [04:37] Any Colour You Like
10. [04:07] Brain Damage
11. [02:13] Eclipse

Set 2 (51:02)
12. [01:46] Audience/Tuning
13. [08:58] One Of These Days
14. [12:17] Careful With That Axe, Eugene
15. [27:59] Echoes

|| [98:57] Total


***Neonknight's Notes***
A new source to the community of this early DSOTM concert that I received on a pair of Mitsui discs from an experienced trading friend from the US about 7 years ago.

***Littlepieces' Mastering Notes***
This is a mono recording that was processed as two channel stereo. It has a phase shift that varies some but is generally about 16 samples for the 1st set and 5-16 samples for the 2nd set. So both channels were retained and manually aligned to improve the phasing.

The left channel gain was increased 3.0-3.9db in the Darkside set up to 2:48m into BD. From this point the sets SQ changes almost like a source change. Noise levels goes up and 9s seconds later the levels begin to rise and 35s later the left channel levels goes even higher. Output and hiss levels fluctuate in both channels but the left channel is notably more erratic. So I replaced the left channel with the right channel from 44:21m - 46:18m which is the last 80s of BD and the first 37s of Eclipse. No gain increase from 44:21m - 45:36m then multiple adjustments to both channels from +2.1db to +4.5db until the end of Darkside to help smooth the changes as much as possible without using any hiss reduction. The remaining volume fluctuations you hear in this segment are within the source as if the recording level is being changed. These cannot be addressed without segmenting further and reducing hiss to make the transitions transparent. No negative gain adjustments were made.

During the Darkside set BD has 1:37m more in the middle than rec1 because rec1 is missing music from around where the lyrics turn to how "the lunatic is in my head". There is also 50s of unaffected content not in rec1 prior to the SQ change at 2:48m into BD. It's also of note that this source's levels drop about 5s before Eclipse.

At the beginning of the 2nd set all of the audience and beginning of OoTD is louder than rest of the set, so I used the left channel as its output is lower, and replaced the right channel to avoid an obvious level difference or gain reduction. After this the left channel's gain was increased 1.5db up to 13:50m into Echoes. The 2nd set was phase shifted ~5 samples til 13:50m into Echoes when the shift increased to ~15 samples, or essentially the same as the 1st set and the left channel gain increase is no longer necessary. I realigned the channels again at this point to maintain proper phasing.

The speed was close enough most of the time, so I decided not to subject it to a SpC/resample.

The '3rd gen, 2nd source' CDR transfer of rec2 that seems to be related to this version runs about 2.5% faster, which accounts for this copy of the concert being ~2:40m longer. The levels and degree of phase shift and type of sound also differ so we can be confident that they are from different sources.

Pink Floyd - 1977-02-25 - Paris, FR (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Live at Pavillion de Paris

Charade (Sigma 10)

Matrix Disc 1: SIGMA 10 DISC 1
Matrix Disc 2: SIGMA 10 DISC 2
(P) 2008 Made In Japan Promotional Use Only - Not For Sale

More Infos from Collectors Music Reviews

Disc 1: Time:
01. Sheep 11:49
02. Pigs On The Wing 1 1:51
03. Dogs 18:25
04. Pigs On The Wing 2 2:15
05. Pigs (Three Different Ones) 17:26

Total Time: 51:46


Disc 2: Time:
01. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 1-5) 13:40
02. Welcome To The Machine 8:00
03. Have A Cigar 6:12
04. Wish You Were Here 6:11
05. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts 6-9) 18:02
06. Money 9:44

Total Time: 64:19

Charade represents the first silver release of the complete February 25th, 1977 Pavillion de Paris show on Pink Floyd’s Animals tour. Three previous silver titles released in the nineties featured the second half of the show, the songs from Wish You Were Here.

Shine On (Black Cat Records BC 25) released in 1992 from Australia ran about 5% too fast and was sourced from a high generation copy of the tape. Live Volume 2 (Joker Productions JOK-013-B) is another Australian release that is probably a remaster of Shine On.

“Shine On You Crazy Diamond (1-5)” fades out early and there are gaps between the songs, but has been described by collectors as “listenable.” Finally Paris 1977 (The Screaming Abdabs 091-014) is another release of the second half of the show on silver with the same issues as the others.

In the ensuing decade a lower generation copy of the show surfaced that offers the first half of the show and improved sound quality but missing “Have A Cigar” and “Wish You Were Here.”
Charade uses an alternate tape to fill in the gaps to complete the show.

The sound quality is very good and clear with the emphasis on the higher frequencies. It lacks the dynamic live sound and bottom end of Funhouse on Siréne, which documents the opening show from this set. It does however capture the same spooky atmosphere. The Parisian audiences were much m more quiet and respectful to the musicians.

The American shows the following summer would be a different story with many good tapes ruined by drunken morons yelling over the tape. There are minor distortion issues and slight channel drops during the first half of “Sheep,” but the tape clears up nicely and the rest of the Animals material is excellently recorded.

At this point Floyd had been touring for a month with the new material and already developed a tight presentation. The tape captures very well the Psalm 23 section of the first song which on many tapes is buried in the mix. “Dogs” has a tremendous about of bite (no pun intended) and the audience like the barking dogs in the middle.

“Pigs (Three Different Ones)” builds to a tremendous climax. 
At 11:57 Waters shouts out “SIX….ONE” to indicate this is the sixteenth show of the world tour.
Of all the songs in the set, this one is the most recently written and one gets the impression that, as Gilmour is spitting
out these angry metallic riffs, that the audience is sitting there with mouths open in astonishment.

The second half of the show featuring the Wish You Were Here material is more well known. The sound becomes slightly more fuzzy during “Shine On You Crazy Diamond Parts 1-5,” but the playing again is very aggressive and Dick Parry’s saxophone squeaks a bit. What is somewhat noticable in the first half, but becomes more apparent in the second is that this is definitely a David Gilmour concert.

Despite the show being tightly choreographed to fit the visuals on the screen, Gilmour takes every opportunity to produce unique solos, riffs, and throwaway riffs to make this show all his own. Charade is packaged in a double slimline jewel case with dull finish paper inserts, limited to two hundred copies.

Scorpions - 1984-08-11 - Tokyo, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Super Rock in Japan 84
Tokyo, Japan - Seibu Stadium
PRO - 58m - NTSC - 1DVD - A

Lineage:
Disc received in trade>myHD>PR


Gspot Says:
Video:
DVD VOB format
Mpeg-2 Program Stream << {1 vid, 1 aud}
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 8869 kbps I/L TFF
NTSC 4:3 720x480

Audio:
MPEG-a Layer 2 oxcO:48000hz 256 kb/s tot, Stereo

Menus No
Chapters yes

Klaus Meine - Lead Vocals
Matthias Jabs - Lead Guitar
Rudolf Schenker - Guitar
Francis Buchholz - Bass Guitar
Herman Rarebell - Drums

01. Blackout
02. Coming Home
03. Bad Boys Running Wild
04. Make It Real
05. Big City Nights
06. Coast To Coast
07. Rock you Like A Hurricane
08. Can’t Live Without You
09. Dynamite
10. The Zoo
11. Can’t Get Enough