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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Jim Croce - 1973-09-20 - Natchitoches, LA (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

JIM CROCE
Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, Louisiana
Thursday, September 20 , 1973

1) Rapid Roy ( The Stock car Boy )
2) Workin At The Carwash Blues
3) Operator
4) Roller Derby Queen
5) Lover`s Cross
6) Thursday
7) Speedball Trucker
8) I Got A Name
9) Top Hat Bar And Grill
10) Bad Bad Leroy Brown

Note: All the Dialogue between songs is present on this recording.

This cd contains the final moments of the legendary Jim Croce and his Lead Guitarist, Maury Muehleisen. Only fifeteen minutes after this concert ended, they were both killed when their charted plane crashed during take-off from the Natchitoches, LA airport. The four others aboard the aircraft were also killed and the names are unkown to me. Jim and Maury had just given a great show on the campus of Northwestern State Unversity in Natchitoches, Louisiana. They had been well received by almost 2000 fans. This show was taped on a hand held cassette recorder by 2 young women in the 3rd row. You will find the sound is Pretty amazing for an Audience recording back in the day. Please enjoy a look back at the FINAL performance of an American Legend : JIM CROCE.

Jimi Hendrix Experience - 1969-05-17 - Providence, RI (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

17 May 1969 
Rhode Island Auditorium, 
Providence, Rhode Island, USA 

Source: Audience recording. 3rd gen. 

Lineage: 
Master > cassette x3 > Amadeus > xACT > Flac

01. Tune up 
02. Lover Man 
03. I Don't Live Today 
04. Red House 
05. Hear My Train A Comin' 
06. Spanish Castle Magic - Sunshine Of Your Love - Spanish Castle Magic 
07. Foxy Lady 
08. Purple Haze 
09. Voodoo Chile (slight return) 

(62.46 minutes)

because this has never been near a bootleg CD. This funky little recording comes from a cassette that I've had in my collection for more years than I care to remember, well probably since sometime around the 1990s. It's a pretty good show with the bonus of the two blues back to back. As for the sound, that's purely subjective so that depends on where your definition of listenable lands when it comes to Hendrix audience recordings. I'd call it expansive. 

Jimi Hendrix - Black Gold (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Midnight Beat MBCD058-062
Lux '96

RE: Insert booklet information
5 CDs
36 tracks
5h52m19s total time

Disk1:
01 - 01 - I Was Made To Love Her/Ain't Too Proud To Beg (Part 1 & 2) 8:35
02 - 02 - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) [The Session: takes 1-15] 32:43
03 - 03 - Long Hot Summer Night (Part 1 & 2 ) [solo] 4:23
04 - 04 - 1983... [solo] 4:00
05 - 05 - Moon Turn The Tides... [solo] 3:28
06 - 06 - Angel [solo] 3:22
07 - 07 - Cherokee Mist [solo] 3:12
08 - 08 - Getting My Heart Back Together Again [solo] 1:21
09 - 09 - Voodoo Chile [solo] 6:07
10 - 10 - Gypsy Eyes [solo] 5:53
11 - 11 - Gypsy Eyes [solo] 4:14

Disk2:
12 - 01 - South Saturn Delta 3:29
13 - 02 - Rainy Day, Dream Away [overdub session: take 1] 0:56
14 - 03 - Rainy Day, Dream Away [take 2] 2:19
15 - 04 - Rainy Day, Dream Away [take 3] 10:21
16 - 05 - Third Stone From The Sun, Villanova Junction Blues 14:05
17 - 06 - Jam Back At The House 5:47
18 - 07 - Bleeding Heart 3:48
19 - 08 - Pride Of Man [take 1] 1:28
20 - 09 - Pride Of Man [take 2] 2:18
21 - 10 - Midnight, Valleys Of Neptune Arising [takes 1-7] 14:51
22 - 11 - Sending My Heart To Linda [takes 1-2] 11:06

Disk3:
23 - 01 - Had To Cry Today 16:30
24 - 02 - Paper Airplanes [rehearsals] 26:41
25 - 03 - Blue Suede Shoes [jam] 11:36
26 - 04 - Izabella [overdub session: take 2] 3:50
27 - 05 - Izabella 4:41
28 - 06 - Honey Bed [takes 1-5] 7:52

Disk4:
29 - 01 - Mannish Boy [rehearsals: takes 1-7] 39:55
30 - 02 - Closer To The Truth [Room Full Of Mirrors] 22:06

Disk5:
31 - 01 - Voodoo Chile [Blues Session: takes 1-5] 36:44
32 - 02 - Instrumental Jam 23:48
33 - 03 - 3 Little Bears [solo] 2:38
34 - 04 - Gypsy Eyes [solo] 2:38
35 - 05 - 1983... [solo] 4:27
36 - 06 - Untitled Instrumental 0:44

Venues
Playhouse Theatre, London 10/06/67 : 1
Drake Hotel, NYC 04/17/68 : 2-11
Record Plant, NY 06/14/68 : 12
Record Plant, NY 06/10/68 : 13-15
Record Plant 05/14/68 : 16
Electric Lady, NYC 06/16/70 : 17
Record Plant, NY 03/24/69 : 18
Record Plant, NY 09/24/69 : 19-20
Olmstead, NY 04/03/69 : 21
Record Plant, NY 04/21/69 : 22
Electric Lady, NYC 07/23/70 : 23
Record Plant, NY 11/21/69 : 24
Record Plant, NY 01/23/70 : 25
Record Plant, NY 11/07/69 : 26-27
Sheridan Square, NYC 09/10/69 : 28
Record Plant, NY 01/07/70 : 29
25 Brook St., London 03/10/69 : 30
Record Plant, NY 05/01/68 : 31
59 W. 12 St., NYC 02/10/70 : 32

Record Plant, NY 04/20/68 : 33-36

Iron Maiden - 1985-03-15 - Los Angeles, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Long Beach Arena

Version 2 : 2nd night : DVD Rip
Source : SDB
Quality : 10
Time Length : 42:17 / 47:02

CD 1
01 - Intro
02 - Aces High
03 - 2 Minutes To Midnight
04 - The Trooper
05 - Revelations
06 - Flight Of Icarus
07 - Rime Of The Ancient Mariner

CD 2
01 - Powerslave
02 - The Number Of The Beast
03 - Hallowed Be Thy Name
04 - Iron Maiden
05 - Run To The Hills
06 - Running Free
07 - Sanctuary

Guns N' Roses - 1992-04-06 - Oklahoma City, OK (SBD/SHN)



(Soundboard SHN)

Myriad Arena

"Hifi Stereo From OKlahoma"
from Unbelievable Music
Taper: Unknown

Transfer
Silver CD->EAC->WAV->SHN

Disc 1:
01. Intro (0:29)
02. It's So Easy (3:16)
03. Mr. Brownstone (4:48)
04. Nightrain (10:02)
05. Live And Let Die (4:01)
06. Attitude (2:46)
07. Double Talkin' Jive (7:20)
08. Civil War (9:24)
09. Wild Horses (3:44)
10. Patience (8:22)
11. November Rain (13:22)
12. You Could Be Mine (6:08)
13. Drum Solo (6:46)

Disc 2:
01. Guitar Solo (8:15)
02. Sweet Child O' Mine (10:41)
03. Bad Obsession (8:18)
04. So Fine (4:52)
05. Pretty Tied Up (6:04)
06. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (14:22)
07. Estranged (10:08)
08. Paradise City (7:17)

Friday, December 9, 2016

Heart - 1985-08-31 - Raleigh, NC (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

complete show

Lineage:
Cdr > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.

Disc one :
01. If Looks Could Kill
02. The Wolf
03. Barracuda
04. Straight On
05. Never
06. These Dreams
07. Dog & Butterfly
08. Nobody Home

Disc two :
01. What He Don't Know
02. Shell Shock
03. Bebe Le Strange
04. Even It Up
05. How Can I Refuse
06. What About Love
07. Magic Man
08. Allies
09. Crazy On You

Genesis - 1975-02-04 - Chicago, IL (OAM/FLAC)


(OAM FLAC)

Arie Crown Theater
McCormick Place

Open Air Microphone (OAM) recording
flac download > TLH > Wave > EAC > CDr > EAC > Wave > CD Wave & Audacity > edits* > TLH > Flac -level 8 (TLH: audio data is cut on a sector boundary)

See http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=4722 for further details on the flaws in this recording.
--Digital pops are/were present on 'The Grand Parade', 'The Waiting Room', 'Anyway', 'It', and 'Watcher'.

--'Anyway' was marred by repeated multiple loud digital pops and errors, and was cut and split over three tracks. I found the track unlistenable and did not include it on my burned copy; so it is not included here.

--Both 'The Waiting Room' and 'It' have repeated multiple loud digital pops throughout most of their tracks. 'The Grand Parade' has only a couple of loud digital pops. 'Watcher' has digital pops throughout the latter part of the song but they are not very loud and don't detract so much from the listening enjoyment of the song.

*edits for this torrent:
Multiple tracks were retracked and slight fade-ins were done to the first track of each disc.

I've included an alternate edit of 'Lilywhite Lilith', so that if desired 'The Waiting Room' can be excluded, and 'Lilywhite Lilith' fades nicely into 'Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist'. I've also included an alternate edit of 'In the Rapids' that includes the opening "It's Mine" line from 'It'(with a fade-out) along with an alternate 'The Musical Box', with a few seconds of applause to smooth the transition between the two tracks. With these edits 'It ' can be excluded, if desired. These three alternate tracks are contained in their own folder.

See http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=4722 for original tracking and user comments. According to one comment the repeated 'The Waiting Room' on cd 2 is clean. I do not, however, have that track.

disc 1
101 Fly On A Windshield 2:41
102 Broadway Melody Of 1974 0:35
103 Cuckoo Cocoon 2:20
104 In The Cage 8:10
105 The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging 3:10
106 Story Of Rael (Part 1) 1:36
107 Back In N.Y.C. 6:16
108 Hairless Heart 2:31
109 Counting Out Time 3:55
110 The Carpet Crawlers 5:51
111 The Chamber Of 32 Doors 5:53
112 Story Of Rael (Part 2) 4:52
113 Lilywhite Lilith 3:03
114 The Waiting Room 6:58

disc 2
201 Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 4:00
202 The Lamia 7:15
203 Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 3:20
204 The Colony Of Slippermen 8:38
205 Ravine 1:52
206 The Light Dies Down On Broadway 3:37
207 Riding The Scree 4:24
208 In The Rapids 2:28
209 It 4:14
210 The Musical Box 10:51
211 Watcher Of The Skies 7:55

----------------------------------------------------------------

Alternate version (without 'The Waiting Room' and 'It')

disc 1
101 Fly On A Windshield 2:41
102 Broadway Melody Of 1974 0:35
103 Cuckoo Cocoon 2:20
104 In The Cage 8:10
105 The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Packaging 3:10
106 Story Of Rael (Part 1) 1:36
107 Back In N.Y.C. 6:16
108 Hairless Heart 2:31
109 Counting Out Time 3:55
110 The Carpet Crawlers 5:51
111 The Chamber Of 32 Doors 5:53
112 Story Of Rael (Part 2) 4:52
113 Lilywhite Lilith (with fade-out) 3:03

disc 2
201 Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 4:00
202 The Lamia 7:15
203 Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 3:20
204 The Colony Of Slippermen 8:38
205 Ravine 1:52
206 The Light Dies Down On Broadway 3:37
207 Riding The Scree 4:24
208 In The Rapids (with fade-out) 2:31
210 The Musical Box (with applause intro) 10:54
211 Watcher Of The Skies 7:55

Genesis - 1975-02-01 - Kansas City, MO (OAM/FLAC)



(OAM FLAC)

Kansas Memorial Hall

Open Air Microphone (OAM) recording
http://www.genesis-movement.org/php/showdetails.php?uid=4758
flac download > TLH > Wave > EAC > CDr > EAC > Wave > TLH > Flac -level 8
(TLH: audio data is cut on a sector boundary)

disc 1
01. The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway 5:04
02. Fly On The Windshield 2:47
03. Broadway Melody Of 1974 2:18
04. Cuckoo Cocoon 2:21
05. In The Cage 7:53
06. The Grand Parade Of Lifeless Package 3:03
07. Rael's Story (part 1) 1:39
08. Back In N.Y.C. 6:10
09. Hairless Heart 2:36
10. Counting Out Time 3:51
11. Carpet Crawlers 5:58
12. The Chambers Of 32 Doors 5:52
13. Rael's Story (part 2) 4:02
14. Lilywhite Lilith 2:49
15. The Waiting Room (part 1) 1:59

disc 2
01. The Waiting Room (Part 2) 2:22
02. Anyway 3:29
03. Here Comes The Supernatural Anaesthetist 2:47
04. The Lamia 7:21
05. Silent Sorrow In Empty Boats 3:23
06. The Colony Of Slipperman 8:53
07. Ravine 1:50
08. The Light Dies Down On Broadway 3:38
09. Riding The Scree 4:28
10. In The Rapids 2:32
11. It 4:09
12. The Musical Box 7:34 (beginning cut)
13. Watcher Of The Skies (Cut) 7:02

Frank Zappa - 1981-10-31 - New York City, NY (SBD/pre-FM/FLAC) Early & Late Show

(Soundboard FLAC)

Palladium

QUALITY: A/A+ Stereo Soundboard

LINEAGE: 2nd Gen Cassette (Early), Low Gen Cassette (Late)

Early Show
00 crowd~tuneup [1:02]
01 Chunga's Revenge [4:16] 
02 Intros [3:16]
03 You Are What You Is [4:58] 
04 Mudd Club [2:52]
05 The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing [3:13]
06 Dumb All Over [5:42]
07 Heavenly Bank Account [4:05] 
08 Suicide Chump [5:42]
09 Jumbo Go Away [3:52]
10 Envelopes [3:07]
11 Drowning Witch [8:44]
12 What's New In Baltimore? [3:46] 
13 Moggio [2:44]
14 We're Turning Again [5:02] 
15 Alien Orifice [5:14]
16 Teenage Prostitute [2:29]
17 Flakes [5:13]
18 Broken Hearts Are For Assholes [4:09]
19 The Blue Light [4:45]
20 Tinseltown Rebellion [4:55]
21 Yo Mama [7:23]
22 encore break 1 [3:08]
23 Bobby Brown [2:41]
24 City Of Tiny Lights [9:08] 
25 encore break 2 [3:22]
26 Strictly Genteel [6:42]
27 encore break 3 [1:16] 
28 Dancin' Fool [3:43] 
29 Whippin' Post [6:41]
30 crowd~outro [4:16]

Total Time: 137.41 min


Late Show

01 Black Napkins [5:34]
02 Halloween Introduction [2:02]
03 Montana [3:47]
04 Easy Meat [6:49]
05 Society Pages [2:32] 
06 I’m A Beautiful Guy [1:54] 
07 Beauty Knows No Pain [2:55]  
08 Charlie’s Enormous Mouth [3:39] 
09 Fine Girl [3:12]
10 Teenage Wind [3:00]
11 Harder Than Your Husband [2:34]
12 Bamboozled By Love [5:31]
13 Sinister Footwear [6:53] 
14 Stevie’s Spanking [5:53] 
15 Halloween Simulcast Commercial Break [2:12]
16 Cocaine Decisions [3:35]
17 Nig Biz [5:13] 
18 Doreen [2:06]
19 Goblin Girl [1:48] 
20 The Black Page [7:04] 
21 Tryin’ To Grow A Chin [2:30] 
22 Strictly Genteel [6:54]
23 Halloween Pumpkin Audience [1:21] 
24 The Torture Never Stops [10:35]
25 Halloween Audience Off The Air [1:42]
26 Joe’s Garage [2:42]
27 Why Does It Hurt When I Pee [2:26]
28 The Illinois Enema Bandit [9:48]
29 Halloween Reality Therapy Program [2:01]
30 King Kong [11:06] 
31 Auld Lang Syne [3:00]

Total Time: 132.30 min 

Here is the complete Halloween 1981 extravaganza, in nearly complete soundboard form. (The first two tracks of the early show were missing and are taken from an audience recording here.) The late show was broadcast live on MTV. Imagine that happening today! This version of the late show is not a broadcast version. It is either a PRE-FM or a straight up board tape like the early show. The sound quality is about as good as you can get for a 1981 board tape.

Eric Clapton - 1994-11-07 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

"Blues at the Fillmore"
Fillmore West

3BR Records - 3BR 125 - SB 6

LINEAGE:
Original 3BR (Directly from Igor and the Professor) > LiteOn iHAP322 (UL18 Firmware) > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Calibrated Offset +6, 0) > FLAC (Level 6)

Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
Andy Fairweather Low Rhythm Guitar
Jerry Portnoy Harmonica
Chris Stainton Keyboards
Dave Bronze Bass
Andy Newmark Drums
Roddy Lorimer Trumpet
Tim Sanders Tenor Sax
Simon Clarke Baritone Sax

Disc 1:
01 - Motherless Child
02 - Malted Milk
03 - How Long
04 - Kidman Blues
05 - County Jail
06 - .44
07 - Blues Leave Me Alone
08 - Standin' Around Crying
09 - Hoochie Coochie Man
10 - It Hurts Me Too
11 - Blues Before Sunrise
12 - Third Degree
13 - Reconsider Baby

Disc 2:
01 - Sinner's Prayer
02 - Can't Judge Nobody
03 - Someday After a While
04 - Tore Down
05 - Have You Ever Loved a Woman
06 - Crosscut Saw
07 - Five Long Years
08 - Crossroads
09 - Groaning the Blues (incomplete)
10 - Ain't Nobody's Business

Geetarz Comments:
Okay, we're talking "essential", right? After the success of the late 1980s and early 1990s - especially "Unplugged" - EC was finally free to pursue his passion, blues! After testing the waters with some "all blues" nights at the Royal Albert Hall, and then the mixed blues/pop/rock sets from 1993, in 1994 it was time to jump in all the way. After a long summer arena tour with a setlist consisting only of his favorite blues numbers, in early November Clapton set out on a mini-tour of not arenas, not sheds, but small clubs - the places where this music was born, and meant to be played. The first three nights were also notable, as on November 7/8/9 they took place at the Fillmore, in San Francisco, and were recorded and filmed for a movie by acclaimed director Martin Scorcese. This night, the first of the three night run, was recorded on videotape by the crew so that they could plan their camera moves and "blocking" for the remaining two nights. The videotape source has been available to collectors in varying quality for years, and has been used as the source for several boots, perhaps the most notable of which is "Blues From the Heart" (Parrott / Red Robin). The folks at 3BR obtained access to a very low generation, much cleaner source than used for "Blues From the Heart", and after a bunch of work, released the result as "Blues At the Fillmore" for fans. Even if you already have a copy of this title, this may be a nice upgrade for you, direct from the masters with known lineage.

David Bowie - Dancing On Angels (SBD/FM/FLAC)


(SBD/FM/FLAC)

La Trocadiere, Nantes, 16th June 1997 (Soundboard)
Parc Des Princes, Paris, 14th June 1997 (Soundboard)
105FM Radio Show, San Francisco, 9th September 1997

Disc One
01 Dead Man Walking - Nantes
02 The Man Who Sold The World - Nantes
03 Strangers When We Meet - Nantes
04 The Last Thing You Should Do - Nantes
05 V2 Schneider - Nantes
06 I'm Afraid Of Americans - Nantes
07 White Light White Heat - Nantes
08 The Motel - Nantes
09 Battle For Britain - Nantes
10 Seven Years In Tibet - Nantes
11 Pallas Athena - Nantes
12 Fashion - Nantes

Disc Two
01 Fame - Nantes
02 Is It Any Wonder - Nantes
03 Under Pressure - Nantes
04 Stay - Nantes
05 Telling Lies - Nantes
06 Looking For Satellites - Nantes
07 O Superman - Nantes
08 The Jean Genie - Nantes
09 Queen Bitch - Nantes
10 All The Young Dudes - Nantes
11 Hallo Spaceboy - Nantes
12 Scary Monsters - Nantes
13 Little Wonder - Nantes

Disc Three
01 Quicksand - Paris
02 Strangers When We Meet - Paris
03 Dead Man Walking - Paris
04 I'm Afraid Of Americans - Paris
05 White Light White Heat - Paris
06 Battle For Britain - Paris
07 Seven Years In Tibet - Paris
08 Fashion - Paris
09 Fame - Paris
10 Looking For Satellites - Paris
11 Telling Lies - Paris
12 Under Pressure - Paris
13 Stay - Paris

Disc Four
01 Panic In Detroit - Paris
02 O Superman - Paris
03 The Jean Genie - Paris
04 All The Young Dudes - Paris
05 Hallo Spaceboy - Paris
06 Scary Monsters - Paris
07 Little Wonder - Paris
08 Interview - Live 105FM
09 Always Crashing In The Same Car - Live 105FM
10 I Can't Read / Interview - Live 105FM
11 Dead Man Walking / Scary Monsters - Live 105FM

Joni Mitchell - 1983-04-24 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Wembley Arena
Wild things run fast tour.
Pro shot, excellent quality from TV.
Artwork included.

PRO-SHOT, PAL, 16/9
Video: MPEG-1 Layer 2, 720 x 576, 4/3, 25 fps
Audio: 0xc0:48000Hz 384 kb/s tot , Stereo

Joni Mitchell~Vocals, Guitar,Keyboards
Larry Klein~Bass
Michael Landau~Guitar
Russell Ferrante~Keyboards
Vincent Colaiuta~Drums


01 Free Man In Paris
02 Song for Sharon
03 God Must Be A Boogie Man
04 Big Yellow Taxi
05 Case Of You
06 Carrie
07 Amelia
08 (You're so square)baby I don't care
09 Solid Love
10 Chinese Cafe/Unchained melody
11 Woodstock

Eric Clapton - 1995-10-xx - The complete Japan Tour (AUD/FLAC)


(Final Edition - Gold Box)
Dates: October 1995 (10 shows)
Label: Hoochie Coochie #249 of 250 Editions

ATT: 10 Days Final Edition (Gold Box) comes with bonus DVDR.


Disc 1A/1B - 10/01/1995 - Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 2A/2B - 10/02/1995 - Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 3A/3B - 10/03/1995 - Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 4A/4B - 10/05/1995 - Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 5A/5B - 10/06/1995 - Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 6A/6B - 10/08/1995 - Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
Disc 7A/7B - 10/09/1995 - Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
Disc 8A/8B - 10/11/1995 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 9A/9B - 10/12/1995 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Disc 10A/10B - 10/13/1995 - Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan



Eric Clapton
Steve Gadd
Jerry Portnoy
Chris Stainton
Andy Fairweather-Low
Dave Bronze
Roddy Lorimer
Tim Sanders
Simon Clarke

Lineage:
Hoochie Coochie Silvers>Plextor 40x12x40 SCSI>EAC>Flac frontend


Disc 1A (October 1st 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Blues Before Sunrise
15-Third Degree
16-Reconsider Baby
17-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 1B (October 1st 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Groaning The Blues
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

____________________________________________________________

Disc 2A (October 2nd 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 2B (October 2nd 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Early In The Morning
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

____________________________________________________________

Disc 3A (October 3rd 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 3B (October 3rd 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Double Trouble
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

Note: Good Evening Robert!

_____________________________________________________________

Disc 4A (October 5th 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 4B (October 5th 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Groaning The Blues
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

____________________________________________________________

Disc 5A (October 6th 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 5B (October 6th 1995) Yoyogi Olympic Pool, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Early In The Morning
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

______________________________________________________________

Disc 6A (October 8th 1995) Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
01-Opening
02-Motherless Child
03-Malted Milk
04-Four Until Late
05-How Long Blues
06-Kidman Blues
07-Cut Your Head
08-Forty Four
09-Blues All Day Long
10-Standin' Around Crying
11-Hoochie Coochie Man
12-It Hurts Me Too
13-Blues Before Sunrise
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 6B (October 8th 1995) Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Double Trouble
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

______________________________________________________________

Disc 7A (October 9th 1995) Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Third Degree
15-Reconsider Baby
16-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 7B (October 9th 1995) Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Groaning The Blues
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

_____________________________________________________________

Disc 8A (October 11th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Opening
02-Motherless Child
03-Malted Milk
04-Four Until Late
05-How Long Blues
06-Kidman Blues
07-Cut Your Head
08-Forty Four
09-Blues All Day Long
10-Standin' Around Crying
11-Hoochie Coochie Man
12-It Hurts Me Too
13-Third Degree
14-Reconsider Baby
15-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 8B (October 11th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Early In The Morning
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

______________________________________________________________

Disc 9A (October 12th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Announcement
02-Opening
03-Motherless Child
04-Malted Milk
05-Four Until Late
06-How Long Blues
07-Kidman Blues
08-Cut Your Head
09-Forty Four
10-Blues All Day Long
11-Standin' Around Crying
12-Hoochie Coochie Man
13-It Hurts Me Too
14-Blues Before Sunrise
15-Third Degree
16-Reconsider Baby
17-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 9B (October 12th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Groaning The Blues
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

__________________________________________________________

Disc 10A (October 13th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Opening
02-Motherless Child
03-Malted Milk
04-Four Until Late
05-How Long Blues
06-Kidman Blues
07-Cut Your Head
08-Forty Four
09-Blues All Day Long
10-Standin' Around Crying
11-Hoochie Coochie Man
12-It Hurts Me Too
13-Third Degree
14-Reconsider Baby
15-Sinner's Prayer

Disc 10B (October 13th 1995) Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan
01-Everyday I Have The Blues
02-Double Trouble
03-Before You Accuse Me
04-Someday After A While
05-I'm Tore Down
06-Have You Ever Loved A Woman
07-Crossroads
08-Five Long Years
09-Ain't Nobody's Business
10-Announcement

Echo and the Bunnymen - 1983-03-05 - Bochum, DE (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

01 Going Up 
02 With A Hip 
03 Gods Will Be Gods 
04 Show of Strength 
05 Zimbo 
06 The Cutter 
07 Rescue 
08 My White Devil 
09 Porcupine 
10 Crocodiles 
11 All That Jazz 
12 Back of Love 
13 Heads Will Roll 
14 Heaven Up Here 
15 Over The Wall 
16 Do It Clean 
17 Villiers Terrace

Van Morrison - 1988-04-20 - Coleraine, Ireland (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Van Morrison 
In Performance with Derek Bell & Clive Culbertson 
In Conversation with Martin Lynch, Professor Bob Welch & Derek Bell 
Riverside Theatre 
New University of Ulster 
Coleraine, Ireland 
April 20th 1988 

Ulster Television Production 

VHS SOURCE 

VIDEO: MPEG-2, 4x3, 720x576, 25fps, 9119 kb/s 
AUDIO: MPEG-1 Layer 2, 48000 Hz, Mono, 384 kb/s 

Top & Track Selection Menus 

1. Foggy Mountain Top 
2. Conversation #1 
3. Western Plain 
4. A Sense Of Wonder 
5. Conversation #2 
6. Celtic Ray 
7. In The Garden 
8. Conversation #3 
9. Raglan Road



Thursday, December 8, 2016

Emerson Lake and Palmer 1970-12-09 - London, UK (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot)

This is a special gift to Emerson, Lake & Palmer (ELP) fans around the world: the Laserdisc extended version (90 minutes!) of the legendary “Pictures at an Exhibition” show, at the Lyceum Theatre, London, December 9th, 1970. Plus a Bonus!

The 90-minute show version is still unavailable on DVD and Blu-Ray and it seems things are going to keep that way. It was officially released only on Laserdisc in 1990, and in this one you will get such edition captured to DVD discs in top quality.


Disc 1 — 90 minutes LD version (1990) [Side 1, CLV*]

01-The Barbarian
02-Take a Pebble [including Lake's "Ballad of Blue", Emerson's "High Level Fugue" (from The Nice's "Five Bridges Suite"), a pre-"Eruption" (Tarkus) and "Tank"]
03-Pictures at an Exhibition
a) Promenade
b) The Gnome
c) Promenade
d) The Sage
e) The Old Castle
f) Blues Variation


Disc 2 — 90 minutes LD version (1990) [Side 2, CLV]
03-Pictures at an Exhibition (Conclusion)
g) Promenade
h) The Hut of Baba Yaga
i) The Curse of Baba Yaga
j) The Hut of Baba Yaga
k) The Great Gates of Kiev
04-Knife Edge
05-Rondo (not credited on Laserdisc back cover)


A word on the ELP 12-09-1970 show at the Lyceum Theatre.
This is the ELP from the beginning. The first show from the group ever was in August 23th, 1970 at Plymouth Guildhall (six days before their show at the gigantic Isle of Wight Festival). So the Lyceum show was from a time the group had been playing live only for about 3 months. Their first album was released on 11-20-1970 in the UK and on 01-13-1971 in the USA, so by the time they did the Lyceum show the album was a fresh new release, still unavailable in the US.
The Lyceum Theatre is a 2,000-seat West End theatre (opened in 14th July, 1834) located in the City of Westminster, on Wellington Street, just off the Strand. In such a place and occasion, one can see an ELP completely apart from the supergroup stigma created by the idiotic critics. They were simply playing there to a small audience, in a kind of intimate show to their standards.
Pay attention to the audience, which is very interesting in itself. Many times you can see it soundless, some people even eyes closed, contemplating the band playing.
Moreover, the band mood is excellent. They seem to be good pals and the magic they can do together is still news even to them. More than once, you see a member watching the other play with an interest comparable to the audience's. One can understand why: the musical technique of Keith Emerson, Greg Lake and Carl Palmer has made ELP a legend, and already then their live playing could be as flawless as a studio album (Emerson piano solo in "The Barbarian" is a good proof of that)! Just watch it!

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Hardware used:
Pioneer CLD-S104 (Laserdisc player)
Philips DVDR-3350H/55 (DVD set-top recorder, in HQ mode, approx. 60 minutes capacity in single layer media)

Laserdisc Audio configuration used:

Digital Audio.



Ultravox - 1983-05-14 - Dortmund, Germany (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

DVD-PAL-AC3
Excellent quality

01. The Voice 
02. Vienna 
03. Mine of Life 
04. All stood still 
05. Hymn 
06. We go



Doobie Brothers - 1973-05-31 - Hempstead, NY (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Ultrasonic Studios

Lineage: 
Unknown Silver>EAC(secure)>FLAC(6)>CD-R>EAC(secure)>Uncompressed WAV>EQ/Volume Leveling/Track 12 Fade Out(Nero Wave Editor)>FLAC(6)

Sound Quality: 8 - 9.5 / 10

WLIR FM 92.7

01.South City Midnight Lady
02.Tuning
03.Clear as the Driven Snow
04.Long Train Running
05.Listen to the Music
06.China Grove
07.Rockin' Down the Highway
08.Tuning
09.Disciple>
10.Jesus is Just Alright>Disciple
11.Tuning
12.Without You (custom fade out starting at 6:35, recorder runs out of tape before end)

Bonus: Live on Midnight Special (source unknown, audio from mono TV/radio broadcast, date unknown)

13.Natural Thing

Derek And The Dominos - 1970-10-24 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Noiseless Fillmore 2
Dates: October 24, 1970 
Venue: Fillmore East, New York City, New York, US.

Source: 
SB 5+ Stereo Recording

Lineage: 
ECDR-708/709 2CD-R > WAV > EAC > FLAC

Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Whitlock: Keyboards, Vocals
Jim Gordon: Drums
Carl Radle: Bass

Disc.1 
01: Got To Get Better In A Little While 
02: Blues Power
03: Have You Ever Loved A Woman
04: Key To The Highway
05: Tell The Truth

Disc.2
01: Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out 
02: Let It Rain
03: Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad 
04: Presence Of The Lord 
05: Roll It Over 
06: Little Wing

Derek and The Dominos - 1970-08-11 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

1970-08-11 Soho, London, Great Britain Marquee Club (M1-AUD)


--- UPGRADES MOST ALL CIRCULATING COPIES (to my knowledge!) ---


Set One :::

01. -introduction-
02. Roll It Over ->
03. Blues Power ->
04. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
05. Any Day
06. Bad Boy 


Set Two :::
07. Bottle Of Red Wine
08. Little Wing
09. Tell The Truth
10. Country Life
11. I Don't Know Why (cuts)


Total Time ::: 58:11

::: Very fine AUD UPGRADE without many problems on other circulating copies. Check samples for self-prevision, persnickety perusal or ambrosial anticipatory moments.

::: Warts: Some hiss. Surely missed some dropouts but the improvements are remarkable, I promise. "Anyway" at 21:30 & 22:30 has split second tape speed lags from master.
::: Tape labeled by taper as "Early Show" & he is not prone to error, tho' the newspaper ad I found online just showed one show from 7:30-11:00pm (advance tickets 1 pound). If it sold out immediately (and why wouldn't it have?), there could have been a second show added - even a newspaper review of the evening might not tell us... But probably, especially at this point in history, someone knows "for sure" & can even prove it... A million Eric pundits can weigh in.
::: Bill was only Derek & The Dominos.
::: Contrast clause : At the time of posting, no other versions are on the tracker. While possible other 1st gen copies circulate, I haven't seen them around & I spent mega hours of work on this.

Recording Information ::: Uher portable mono reel to reel tape recorder, external microphone (unknown brand) -> master 5" mono reel to reel audience tape (tape speed unknown).


Playback circa 1987 ::: (unknown equipment) master 5" mono reel to reel audience tape -> 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette, Dolby not indicated (believed off).

Playback 2011-06-21 ::: 1st generation Maxell XLII-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300, Dolby off -> azimuth & speed adjusted, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL pro CD recorder -> CD-RW -> computer, EAC secure -> wavs -> Audacity (fades &/or glitches, MANY pops, clicks, dropouts, mike bumps, claps, etc repaired or reduced, normalised to correct dc offset, volume adjustments*, no EQ) -> CD Wave (track splits) -> Trader's Little Helper -> yer ears. First uploaded week of 2013-01-11.

Line-up ::: Eric Clapton - electric guitar, vocals // Bobby Whitlock - organ, vocals // Carl Radle - electric bass // Jim Gordon - drums.


Nothing here ever commercially released to my knowledge. If I'm wrong, please advise & I'll take the offending trax offline.


CoolSonics 210 ::: Thanks to the original taper & trader! As with so many of my favourite British sourced recordings of the late 60's and 70's, this one came from "The Man In The Palace", so all hats off to him. Royal thanks! ::: Corrections welcome ::: I offer this upload in honor of Rolf O, aka Brinkhoffs - not the world's biggest EC fan, but to whom the taper of this recording, The Man In The Palace, Hanwaker, myself & many others were very close. I'll carry his wisdom & humor with me off the edge of the world, whenever I walk that plank. I hope he is surrounded by FLOYD of his choice, some good beer & a cigarette, and is taking some real time off from work, he deserves it.


This would seem to be MUCH better than most all circulating copies. I checked against 3, including a couple of purported "remasters" & this is far superior. There is none of the wavering between channels, I repaired hundreds of dropouts, the clarity seems much better & I have worked with the volume somewhat as the taper was doing the same (and also moving the microphone around at times).


(WARNING - Longwinded. Ignore & proceed directly to music if you have fear of burble, chatter, gabble or jabber.) I have been a bit reluctant to make a foray into the world of online Clapton vintage live recordings, but decided to brave it. Should the response be positive & I feel therefore encouraged, perhaps I shall find motivation enough to do so again. Fear of castigation is, of course, at issue. While the upload is free of EQ, purists will likely be horrified & dribble in their collective soup that I breeched sacred taper etiquette with latitude, played out in the hinterlands of volume tinkering - but, of course, they would not say as much to the taper, who was free to knob twiddle with impunity. In any case, I am more than happy to upload a "raw" transfer at some point, should I remain relatively uncastigated, but have strived here for a version which provides the most satisfactory listening experience I could possibly muster withOUT equalisation, which I leave up to the longitude of the individual listener. I must say that, after comparing this to several other versions, the 20 hours or so I spent on dropout removal (my wife says "months"), have rendered the aural experience one of great superiority over the others I heard - it is a fucking joy. (Having said that, if you can provide a better version, I ain't gonna quibble!).


I love this band. After more years than I can fathom, I still rank "Layla" to be one of the top ten of all time. In fact, in my many wanderings in Asia, through Nepal & Laddakh & the lovely Himalayas, I finally fine-tuned my portable music library - take just one cassette - Derek & the Dominos "Layla," with a couple of the bonus tracks from the unissued 2nd album, & I have all I need. One cool thing about Clapton is that people know his name (and often the music!) all over the globe. Ride in a bus through the mountains, hairpin turns dropping thousands of feets below, or get into a taxi in Delhi, or spend the night in some hotel at 13,000 feet in Leh, and they often still have cassette machines, and I'm all set. The magic weaves & life is just fine, no matter how tired, how dirty, how hungry (or bumpy the road), I can tune in. I listened to the record through my early teen rock years & then JD Smith, whose music tastes I could very much respect even if I didn't always agree, kept pounding it into me that this was really the ONE. The respect grew & grew, and never faded. While it never actually bumped Paul Kantner, Grace Slick & David Freiberg's "Baron von Tollbooth & The Chrome Nun" off it's perch at No.1, Layla's status after 30 years is still irreplaceably platinum. What a load of sheer talent, superlative songwriting & moment after moment of bliss.


This Marquee show, which I first heard some time in the early 80's, is a revelation. Not long before the initial "Layla" recordings, the songs & band are still new, the passion is cascading off the stage - even in a recording - and there are moments here that REALLY shine. Somewhere in "Bad Boy" the energy level goes way up & there's some GREAT psychedelic guitar. "Tell The Truth" has some rippin' moments. The band hasn't reached 10 plus minute jam peaks but this is the alpha stage, the blastoff. I see multiple reviews online that knock the quality, which is somewhat understandable given the copies I compared this to, but this one pretty damn fine for an audience tape of it's era, recorded by The Man with a reel to reel tape recorder hung by a strap over his shoulder, in a small, packed club & this nice thing is this copy is quite steady, with few distractions. I can't imagine people being disappointed. Have at it, turn it up, and listen. Enjoy!


Kudos to Zongo for life support, Lochner for mikes&more & Fast Freddie for runnin' Video Dick's Record Emporium with the bathroom office full of tape decks. Thanks to Hanwaker (few among us can keep his pace). Mountains of gratitude to Davmar, D.White, Sanchez, Elliot, The Florida Kid, Kloiber, Zingg, JTW, Bershaw, Boston Gold, Weeks, Dixon, Moore, Gough & SO many more for all that collecting & sharing... Royal thanks to The Man In The Palace, Doc Tinker, Brinkhoffs, Barely Eatin', Reel Master Gaule, Parrish & all the traders who housed me thru my music acquisition & travel years. Hats off to Brother Kent, Uncle Jake, Little Queenie (& her neighbor Frank) & his honor Ptomaine Thomas. Glasses raised to Byron for musical horizon expansion & much obliged to J & Thurston for keepin' my concert fires burnin' since my continental shift. Thanks to the Mods for keepin' DIME alive. Enjoy, share, give, spread peace. Yers truly, Knees

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - 1969-11-28 - Dallas, TX (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG 
1969-70 Archives No. 7 

Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX, 
November 28, 1969 

Disc 1: 
1. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 
2. Blackbird 
3. Helplessly Hoping 
4. Guinnevere 
5. Teach Your Children 
6. Lady Of The Island 
7. Black Queen 
8. 49 Bye-Byes / For What It's Worth 

Disc 2: 
1. I've Loved Her So Long 
2. Helpless 
3. On The Way Home 
4. You Don't Have To Cry 
5. Pre-Road Downs 
6. And So Begins The Task 
7. Long Time Gone 
8. Woodstock 
9. Wooden Ships 
10. Down By The River 
11. Almost Cut My Hair 

Complete audience recording, re-pitched, de-hummed and remastered. The only CSNY live rendition of Cut My Hair before 1974 Tour. 

Coldplay - 2012-09-06 - The Hague, NL (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Date: 6th September 2012
Venue: Malieveld, Den Haag
Country: The Netherlands
Source: Front Of House desk; line recording in 32bit 44,1KHz WAV by CP sound engeneer, Converted to 16bit AIFF in iTunes so it can be concerted to FLAC with xACT. Lossless all the way.

01 - Back To The Future
02 - Mylo Xyloto Hurts Like Heaven
03 - In My PLace
04 - Major Minus
05 - Lovers In Japan
06 - The Scientist
07 - Yellow
08 - Violet Hill
09 - God Put A Smile Upon Your Face
10 - Princess Of China
11 - Up In Flames
12 - Warning Sign
13 - Oh Oh Den Haag
14 - Don't Let It Break Your Heart
15 - Viva La Vida
16 - Charlie Brown
17 - Paradise
18 - Interlude 01
19 - Us Against The World
20 - Speed Of Sound
21 - Interlude 02
22 - Clocks
23 - Fix You
24 - Every Teardrop

Charlie Daniels Band - 1978-04-28 - Comack, NY (Pre-FM/FLAC)

(Pre-FM FLAC)

Suffolk Forum

Source: Pre-FM SBD feed > Nak 550 > Maxell UDXL2 (no NR) via Peter Hedeman
Transfer: MC > Nak CR7-A (azimith adjust) > SBM-1 (s/pdif) > Lynx Studio Technology One (soundcard) > SoundForge 4.5 > CD Architect 4.0f > Red Book CDR > SHN
Re-Master: SHN > WAV > Wavelab 6.1 (tracking, patching)
Patched with: Unknown post-FM SBD

01. Introduction (Dennis McNanamara?)
02. Tune up & Intro Music
03. Black Bayou
04. Jitterbug
05. Trudy
06. Maria Teresa *
07. Saddle Tramp >
08. Drums > Bass >
09. Saddle Tramp
10. Long Haired Country Boy
11. Stormy Monday Blues
12. Uneasy Rider
13. Franklin Limestone
14. Birmingham Blues
15. Close Encounters Theme >Cumberland Mountain Number Nine

Encores:
16. Redneck Fiddlin' Man
17. Texas
18. Dixie / The South's Gonna Do It Again
19. crowd
20. Orange Blossom Special

* tape flip patched with about 17 seconds from the commonly available circulating source (as of Sept. 2011). Sounds like a post-FM recording, but full of static and somewhat compressed. Not the longest 17 seconds of your life, but you'll be glad when it's over.

Bruce Springsteen - 2009-10-20 - Philadelphia, PA (IEM/AUD/FLAC)



(IEM/AUD Mix FLAC)

So Darlin', Save The Last Dance For...The Spectrum!
'Label': Ev2
Format: 3CD
Source: IEM/AUD Mix.
Date: October 20, 2009.
Location: Wachovia Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA.

Disc One:
01 The Price You Pay (w/ Curt Ramm)
02 Wrecking Ball (w/ Curt Ramm)
03 Out In The Street
04 Hungry Heart
05 Working On A Dream

=====BORN IN THE USA=====
06 "Born In The USA Intro"
07 Born In The U.S.A.
08 Cover Me
09 Darlington County
10 Working On The Highway
11 Downbound Train
12 I'm On Fire

Disc Two:
01 No Surrender
02 Bobby Jean
03 I'm Goin' Down
04 Glory Days
05 Dancing In The Dark
06 My Hometown
07 The Promised Land
08 The River
09 Long Walk Home
10 The Rising
11 Born To Run
12 Higher And Higher (w/ Curt Ramm)

Disc Three:
01 Foodbank PSA
02 Spirit In The Night (w/ Vini Lopez)
03 Loose Ends
04 Kitty's Back (w/ Curt Ramm)
05 American Land (w/ Curt Ramm)
06 Save The Last Dance For Me
07 Waitin' On A Sunny Day
08 Thunder Road
09 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

Bruce Springsteen - 2009-05-23 - East Rutherford, NJ (IEM/AUD/FLAC)



(IEM/AUD/FLAC)

Title: I'm So Glad To Be Home! 
'Label': Ev2 
Format: 3CD 
Source: IEM/AUD Mix. 
Date: May 23, 2009. 
Location: Izod Center, East Rutherford, NJ. 

Disc One: 
01 Badlands 
02 Spirit In The Night 
03 Outlaw Pete 
04 Something In The Night 
05 Out In The Street 
06 Working On A Dream 
07 Seeds 
08 Johnny 99 
09 The Ghost Of Tom Joad 

Disc Two: 
01 Good Lovin' 
02 The E Street Shuffle 
03 Cover Me 
04 Thunder Road 
05 Waitin' On A Sunny Day 
06 The Promised Land 
07 Incident On 57th Street 
08 Kingdom Of Days 
09 Lonesome Day 
10 The Rising 
11 Born To Run 

Disc Three: 
01 Bruce Talk 
02 Hard Times (Come Again No More) 
03 Kitty's Back 
04 Land Of Hope And Dreams 
05 American Land 
06 Glory Days 
07 Mony Mony 

Audience tape and available on DVD (NYCBC). 
Tour firsts for "Something In The Night", "Cover Me" and "Incident On 57th Street". "Cover Me", 
"The E Street Shuffle", and "Thunder Road" are played by sign request. 
"Outlaw Pete" includes a snippet of "Apache" in the introduction. 
"American Land" includes a snippet of "Theme From Shaft" in the midsection. 
"Glory Days" includes the "Louie Louie" coda. 
Patti Scialfa is not present. Final show of the first U.S. leg of the tour. 

Bruce Springsteen - 2002-12-02 - Atlanta, GA (SBD/FLAC)

 

(Audience Soundboard FLAC)

Title: Let's Produce (Doberman)
Venue: Phillips Arena

CD 1 (71:37):
01 The Rising (5:19)
02 Lonesome Day (4:32)
03 The Ties That Bind (3:49)
04 Night (4:22)
05 Empty Sky (4:53)
06 You're Missing (5:45)
07 Waitin' On A Sunny Day (6:28)
08 No Surrender (4:50)
09 Worlds Apart (6:52)
10 Badlands (6:32)
11 She's The One (5:02)
12 Mary's Place (13:13)

CD 2 (67:32):
01 Countin' On A Miracle (6:24)
02 Thunder Road (6:14)
03 Into The Fire (8:07)
04 Where The Bands Are (4:02)
05 Glory Days (6:42)
06 Born To Run (7:17)
07 My City Of Ruins (7:19)
08 Born In The U.S.A. (5:39)
09 Land Of Hope And Dreams (8:41)
10 Dancing In The Dark (7:07)

Time: 139:09

from brucebase:
Audience tape and soundboard - Another performance for "Further On Up the Road" and "American Skin" Brendan O'Brien joined Bruce and the Band on-stage to add rhythm guitar to "Glory Days" and "Born to Run." Bruce opened the encores with "Where the Bands Are," the first performance of that song since March 4, 2000. Soundboard released on CD "Lets Produce" (Dob).