Friday, February 27, 2015

David Bowie 1974-06-08 The Capitol Theater Port Chester, NY

David Bowie - Dawn of the Dogs (1974) Flac [1cd]
Diamond Dogs Tour Rehearsals
The Capitol Theater
Port Chester, New York, USA
8th June 1974
Good/Fair Audience Recording
Artwork Included

Lineage: TradeCDR--> EAC(secure)--> Flac(Level8)--> HungerCity!


01. Moonage Daydream
02. Sweet Thing
03. Changes
04. Suffragette City
05. Aladdin Sane
06. All The Young Dudes
07. Diamond Dogs
08. Panic In Detroit
09. Big Brother
10. Time
11. The Jean Genie
12. Rebel Rebel / John I'm Only Dancing (Again) / Sorrow / Changes (Madison, Wisconsin 10th October 1974)


Pearl Jam 2000-09-04 Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia MD(SV038 - "THE COLUMBIAN NIGHTMARE")

Pearl Jam
September 4, 2000
Merriweather Post Pavilion: Columbia MD (Washington, DC)

Show Source: Official Bootleg #47 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed's Solo Preset Source: Analog Walkman (master) > dat ("Parting Ways" fades into Sonic Studios DSM6S/L > PA-6LC >
Sony TCD-D8 (Sec. Ctr, row EE) > dat source) > dEQ > shn > cdr > dEdit > flac

Preset Digital Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

Ed Solo Preset:
01 Trouble
02 Dead Man
03 Parting Ways (^)

Band Set:
04 Sometimes
05 Breakerfall
06 Corduroy
07 Grievance
08 Dissident
09 Do the Evolution
10 Nothing as it Seems
11 Given to Fly
12 Untitled
13 MFC
14 Habit
15 Daughter/(Androgynous Mind)/(It's OK) (%)
16 Lukin
17 Not for You
18 Even Flow

01 (Romanza)/Better Man
02 Black
03 Rearviewmirror
04 encore 1:
05 Leaving Here
06 Insignificance
07 State of Love and Trust
08 Wishlist
09 Crazy Mary
10 Porch
encore 2:
11 Soon Forget
12 Indifference
13 Rockin' in the Free World

(^) Performed with Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, and Jim O'Rourke of Sonic Youth
(%) Stone throws in some licks from Sonic Youth's "Schizophrenia" during the "Androgynous Mind" tag

Recording Notes:
The included preset is generally not as good as hoped, but is the only known completed version. Some pops were removed.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Unusual start with Ed's solo set and the SY guys joining him for 'Parting Ways.' When it is announced that Sonic Youth would not play and that PJ would start early, some people cheered. Ed comments on Sonic Youth's emergency and absence: "Sometimes it's kind of difficult to play music, believe it or not ... and tonight's kind of like one of those nights, but because of your presence here, it doesn't allow us any option but to play ... we'd probably listen to music to get through itanyway, so might as well listen to it together and play." 'Insignificance' is described as a song about "being small" and Ed motions above his head. 'Wishlist' is dedicated to a friend who isn't there and the mirrorball is lowered. For the second encore, Ed introduces the ukulele, holding it up and saying, "One of the original instruments of rock 'n' roll - and more importantly, heavy metal." He thanks people for registering to vote. He says that if people don't see the need for revolution then they aren't looking and mentions some corporations (dissing Bill Gates and Microsoft, saying 'Soon Forget' was written for him). He makes an analogy about the start of the Republican party and how they got Lincoln elected (and the slaves were freed) and the Green party, and apologizes: "enough from me." 'Soon Forget' is performed perfectly, after Ed asks the crowd to be quiet so they can hear the words. 'RITFW' gets a huge crowd reaction and Ed tosses out two tambourines, ending with crashing a third over the mic stand.

This is being distributed by in tandem with, 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

Compiled by spacedvest on 2/6/04.


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

INXS 1988-08-23 Hampton Coliseum Hampton Virgina

Hampton Virgina
Hampton Coliseum

Sony Recordable Walkman (External Sony WM Stereo Mic)
 > 2 Maxell XLII 90 > CDr > Nero EQ > wav > flac 8

01 - What You Need
02 - Guns In The Sky
03 - Tiny Daggers
04 - Mistify
05 - The Loved One
06 - Original Sin
07 - Shine Like It Does
08 - Wild Life
09 - Listen Like Thieves
10 - Falling Down the Mountain
11 - This Time
12 - Burn For You
13 - New Sensation
14 - Calling All Nations
15 - Devil Inside
16 - Kick
17 - Need You Tonite
18 - Meditate
19 - The Swing
20 - Never Tear Us Apart

 I photograph every show I attend. After meeting some tapers I thought
I'd give it a go. Sneaking a camera and a recorder in is not easy
and photography is what I rather do. I did enjoy it and taped several shows.
I will upload a few more later.

I think this tape came out great. It's better than average (imo).
And it sounds alot better than i expected.

I have never traded or given out a copy of this show.
It's truly uncirculated.
Until now.

Thanks to Dime for allowing me to share this.

Rush 1979-04-04 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, New York

Rush - Turn The Pages Of History
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 67:47, 47:22
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 40479
Source: Audience
Date: April 4, 1979
Location: War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, New York, USA


01 - Anthem   4:25
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   4:07
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:32
04 - Xanadu   12:29
05 - Something For Nothing   4:41
06 - The Trees   4:53
07 - Cygnus X-1   9:05
08 - Hemispheres   19:05
09 - Closer To The Heart   3:26


01 - Circumstances   4:26
02 - A Farewell To Kings   5:37
03 - La Villa Strangiato   10:25
04 - 2112   17:44
05 - Working Man   9:08


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1981-07-04 Harling's Upstairs, Kansas City, Missouri

Missing the first track (I'm Cryin'). Anyone.

Stevie Ray Vaughan .... July 4, 1981
Harling's Upstairs, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.

Stevie Ray Vaughan - guitar & vocals
Chris Layton - drums
Jackie Newhouse - bass

Trade: I forget, THX!!!
Lineage: Trade (??unknown generations??) CDR> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: "vg"
Length: 161:08 minutes
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.

Set list:

I'm Cryin' (missing)
(fades in) You'll Be Mine
Little Wing
Drivin' South>
Third Stone From The Sun
Albert Collins Compilation
Shake For Me
Letter To My Girlfriend
They Call Me Guitar Hurricane
Texas Flood
Love In Vain
All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
Manic Depression
I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime)
In the Open
The Sky Is Cryin'
Tell Me
Crosscut Saw
Love Struck Baby
Close to You
May I Have A Talk With You
Lost Your Good Thing Now
Oh Yeah (My Baby's Gone)
Collins Shuffle
Come On
Look At Little Sister
Tin Pan Alley

Support the artists: Buy the officially released items, etc


Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Pearl Jam 2000-09-05 Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake Pittsburgh, PA(SV037 - "AWASH")

Pearl Jam
SV037 - "AWASH"
September 5, 2000
Post Gazette Pavilion at Star Lake: Pittsburgh, PA

Show Source: Official Bootleg #48 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed's Solo Preset Source: Schoeps CCM-4 > Beyer MV-100 pre-amp > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8 (15th row center) > dat > cdr > dEdit > flac

Preset Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

Ed's solo preset:
01 intro
02 Trouble (~)
03 Dead Man
04 Parting Ways (^)
05 Naked Eye (~)(^)

Pearl Jam main set:
06 Even Flow
07 Hail, Hail
08 Animal
09 Corduroy
10 Grievance
11 In My Tree
12 Nothing as it Seems
13 Light Years
14 Daughter/(Bull In The Heather)/(Androgynous Mind)
15 Leatherman
16 Better Man/(Save it for Later)
17 Sleight of Hand

01 Given to Fly
02 Last Exit
03 Rearviewmirror
04 I Got Shit
05 Black
06 Porch
07 encore
08 Breakerfall
09 Go
10 Once
11 Mankind
12 Elderly Woman...
13 Crazy Mary
14 Wash
15 I Got You (#)
16 Insignificance
17 Baba O'Riley (^)

(~) = Last time performed to this date.
(^) = Performed with Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, and Jim O'Rourke of Sonic Youth
(#) = Last time performed as a band to this date.

Recording Notes:
In order to fit the preset with the main set, the main set had to be retracked, basically adding a new cut inbetween "Sleight of Hand" and "Given to Fly". No fades were added so as to make it possible to reassemble the original bootleg if the preset was removed (the original bootleg order is disc 1 ends with "Rearviewmirror" and disc 2 starts with "I Got Shit"). The level of the preset was increased some up until the band kicks in during "Parting Ways", and then the whole preset was then normalized.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The 'Daughter' tag (Sonic Youth's 'Bull in the Heather') is a surprise. (This hasn't been tagged on 'Daughter' since the '96 tour and is more extended.) Ed runs off the stage during 'Daughter,' returning with a sheet of lyrics that he uses to sing the tag. The band is very manic tonight. Ed lets a fan in the front count off the "1,2,3,4" to open 'Porch' and Mike smashes a guitar. He tosses it up into the air, and then after it crashes to the ground, he picks it up and then smashes it to smithereens against a speaker. Ed throws himself full speed at the same speaker. Before the first encore, Ed says that it's usually the second to last show of the tour that's the best, but not this time -- the last show of the tour is the best one. During 'Go' Ed is running around centerstage backwards in a circle. Lots of glowstick throwing. Ed throws one from the stage to the upper half of the pavilion. Both Mike and Ed have their fun kicking beach balls into the crowd. Stone before 'Mankind': "All right, I'm gonna sing one!" 'I Got You' includes two band huddles, where they all strum each of their guitars trying to figure out the right notes for the song. After the first one, Ed says "I think we got it", only to have to meet again because they don't have it. Ed comes back, spreads his arms and says, "What the fuck?" At the conclusion, Stone quips, "Nothing like a little improv." He also says it had been a tough tour, but the fans are making it tough for him to quit. Members of Sonic Youth help out with 'Baba,' ending with Ed doing multiple Townshend jumps and windmills.

The Wash Story: Just before 'Crazy Mary,' Ed says that they are getting to the part of the show now where they were going to get a little crazy, "or to borrow from another Seattle band, they are going to go 'Crazy On You'" (a nod to Heart). Ed then mentions that there is a woman with a white umbrella, and he wants security to find her and to bring her down to the side of the stage. "She's OK; let her come on down." After 'Crazy Mary' Ed asks if they found the person with the umbrella (which they did - Pete went out to find her). So then the person (hi, Amy!!) is brought out from sidestage, and they have a private conversation, after which Ed says, "Hey everybody, this is Amy ... I asked her how many shows she's been to,'cause we've seen her at like the last 12 or 15. She said over a hundred. Oh my God (hugging Amy). And then Ed proceeds to take Stone's stool, and puts it down right next to his microphone, and sits her on that stool and they play 'Wash.' After the song, Ed introduces her to all of the band members; Mike hugs her, Stone kisses her and she has a brief chat with all of them.

This is being distributed by in tandem with, 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

Compiled by spacedvest on 1/10/04.


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1981-05-10 Austin, TX


10may81 - Austin, TX
Private Mother's Day party

AUDIENCE ( unknow gen)

tape unknow gen( really low )-> SILVERCD->flac

Stevie Ray guitar-vocals

Tell Me ( cut intro)
Texas Flood
Crosscut Saw
Come On
I'm Cryin'
Love Struck Baby
Hug You Squeeze You
Little Wing
Driving South ( cut end)

Ok folks, here i am with a another shot from my original-s C-90 tape
another nice SRV gig,

best moment;
people are talkin a bit too much ..( but this not affecting the recording
you can hear a chit-chat noise in the background..not OVER the music...)
But stevie knows to end that, a SPLENDID version of Little Wing
will stop people bithin',,,,,:-)


Rush 1979-03-10 The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Fl

Rush - Hollywood Kings
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 68:56, 53:22
Source: Audience
Date: March 10, 1979
Location: The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA


01 - Intro / Anthem
02 - A Passage To Bangkok
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog
04 - Xanadu
05 - Something For Nothing
06 - The Trees
07 - Cygnus X-1
08 - Hemispheres
09 - Closer To The Heart


01 - Circumstances
02 - A Farewell To Kings
03 - La Villa Strangiato
04 - 2112
05 - Working Man / Bastille / Mood / Drum Solo / Working Man Reprised


INXS 1988-08-23 Hampton Coliseum Hampton Virgina

Hampton Virgina
Hampton Coliseum

Sony Recordable Walkman (External Sony WM Stereo Mic)
 > 2 Maxell XLII 90 > CDr > Nero EQ > wav > flac 8

01 - What You Need
02 - Guns In The Sky
03 - Tiny Daggers
04 - Mistify
05 - The Loved One
06 - Original Sin
07 - Shine Like It Does
08 - Wild Life
09 - Listen Like Thieves
10 - Falling Down the Mountain
11 - This Time
12 - Burn For You
13 - New Sensation
14 - Calling All Nations
15 - Devil Inside
16 - Kick
17 - Need You Tonite
18 - Meditate
19 - The Swing
20 - Never Tear Us Apart

 I photograph every show I attend. After meeting some tapers I thought
I'd give it a go. Sneaking a camera and a recorder in is not easy
and photography is what I rather do. I did enjoy it and taped several shows.
I will upload a few more later.

I think this tape came out great. It's better than average (imo).
And it sounds alot better than i expected.

I have never traded or given out a copy of this show.
It's truly uncirculated.
Until now.


Monday, February 23, 2015

Dire Straits 1978-03-18 Paris Theatre London, England

Dire Straits
"Lady Love"
Paris Theatre
London, England
March 18, 1978

Lobster CD 023 - SB 5

Track List:
Down to the Waterline
Water of Love
Wild West End
Sultans of Swing
Down to the Waterline (*)
Once Upon a Time in the West (*)
Lady Writer (*)
Sultans of Swing (*)
Eastbound Train (*)

(*) Attributed as "San Francisco, 1980" on cover art. This is incorrect, these tracks actually recorded in San Francisco, California on March 31, 1979

Geetarz Comments:

Again here we have a rarity from the early days of ROIO CDs, on the defunct Lobster label.

This is a nice soundboard, and one of the earliest available, a key part of any DS collection.

Silver > CD-R > LiteOn iHAP322 > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure Mode, Offset Correct @ +6,0,24 bytes) > FLAC (Level 8) > You !

Artwork, checksums, and info file included.


~Geetarz, November 2009


Guns N' Roses 1987-08-19 CNE Grandstand, Toronto, Canada

Guns N' Roses 1987-08-19  CNE Grandstand, Toronto, Canada

Lineage: uM > uR > analog gen ? > CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > dED > WAV > FLAC

Notes: The original source ran way too fast, so I speedcorrected it using WavMerge and Cool Edit Pro (Feb 2009).


1. It's So Easy
2. Anything Goes
3. Out Ta Get Me
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Nighttrain   
6. Welcome To The Jungle
7. Knockin' On Heaven's Door   
8. My Michelle
9. You're Crazy
10. Paradise City 


Elton John 1972-05-03 Athletic & Convocation Center, Notre Dame U., South Bend, IN

Elton John
1972-05-03 Athletic & Convocation Center, Notre Dame U., South Bend, IN

01 Tiny Dancer
02 Susie
03 Border Song
04 Levon
05 Your Song
06 Can I Put You On
07 Holiday Inn
08 Rocket Man
09 Country Comfort
10 Madman Across the Water
11 Take Me to the Pilot
12 Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On

First attempt at cobbling together the two in-ciruclation versions of this soundboard recording.


Alice Cooper 1978-05-10 Wendler Arena Saginaw, MI

Alice Cooper
May 10, 1978
Wendler Arena
Saginaw, MI

1 Under My Wheels
2 Billion Dollar Babies
3 I'm Eighteen
4 Is It My Body
5 You and Me
6 Only Women Bleed
7 Unfinished Suite/Escape
8 I Love the Dead
9 Go to Hell
10 I Never Cry
11 It's Hot Tonight
12 Schools Out

King Biscuit Flower Hour radio pFM cd > eac > wav > flac

Some vintage Alice Cooper, in excellent sound quality.  Horrible dj babbling over the intros/outros, so I added fades where needed.

Not a remaster, this is a straight transfer.

Was not sure of the date, but the cue sheet that came with the disc matches this date:


Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band 1986-08-11 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, New York

Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, New York
Soundboard Recording
Artwork Included

CD 1:

101. American Storm
102. Trying To Live My Life Without You
103. Makin Thunderbirds
104. Mainstreet
105. Old Time Rock & Roll
106. Shame On The Moon
107. Tightrope
108. The Aftermath
109. Its You
110. Like A Rock
111. Roll Me Away
112. Boomtown Blues
113. Even Now
114. Yesterday Rules

CD 2:

201. Turn The Page
202. Come To Poppa
203. Horizontal Bop
204. Sometimes
205. Night Moves
206. Hollywood Nights
207. Betty Lou Is Getting Out Tonight


Pearl Jam 2000-06-28 Sjöhistoriska museet (National Maritime Museum) Stockholm, Sweden(SV036 - "Rymd i Himlen")

Pearl Jam
SV036 - "Rymd i Himlen"
June 28, 2000
Sjöhistoriska museet (National Maritime Museum): Stockholm, Sweden

Show Source: Official Bootleg #24 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed's Solo Preset Source: Schoeps MK5 (cardioid) > R-Mod > Sony PCM-M1 > dEdit (first 15 seconds mixed with Core Sound Cardioid > Sharp MD-831(master) > dEQ) > cdr > flac

Preset Editing and Remastering: Dave Posluszny
Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 Corduroy
02 Grievance
03 Gods' Dice
04 Animal
05 Given to Fly
06 Rival
07 Elderly Woman...
08 Even Flow
09 Not for You
10 Thin Air
11 MFC
12 Habit
13 Present Tense
14 Daughter/(The Wrong Child)
15 Jeremy
16 Once
17 Go (!)

01 encore
02 Do the Evolution
03 Insignificance
04 Rearviewmirror
05 Wishlist
06 Better Man/(Save It For Later)
07 Garden
08 State of Love and Trust
09 Rockin' in the Free World

Ed's solo preset:
10 Last Kiss
11 Trouble
12 Dead Man
13 Parting Ways
14 Throw Your Arms Around Me

(!) = Mike plays a snippet of Iron Maiden's "Run to the Hills" right after song.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Ed does a solo set prior to Dismemberment Plan's set! For 'Last Kiss,' one of the crew (Shawn) comes on stage and pretends to sing, but it is actually Ed singing from the side of the stage ;)   [Ed wanted to do this because he remembered doing it in '92 and thought it would be a cool thing to repeat. Shawn only had 5 minutes advance warning and didn't really know the song well.] Eight parachutists pass by the venue, doing arial tricks while the entire band watches. Ed interrupts 'Jeremy' with a "happy landings" and comments 'Jeremy' must be the "freeloaders" favorite song so they waited to come in then. 'Go' includes a snippet from Iron Maiden's 'Run to the Hills.' Before the encore, Ed says that Iron Maiden is still in the house and asks the crowd to yell "Goodbye Maiden," and the crowd complies. Ed comments, "There's two Eddies in town," referring to the Iron Maiden mascot, also called "Eddie." A large Nokia air balloon passes by during 'RVM' prompting Ed to change the lyrics to "I seem to look away, when advertisements are flown my way." He acts like he is shooting them down with his guitar, with Matt accompanying with two or three rapid drumrolls (like a machine gun), and tells the crowd that it was their parents checking up on them and directs a "they're fine ... go to hell ... or heaven" to those in the balloon, followed by mumbling something about "which ever one is closer." 'Garden' is dedicated to the space around the venue. Ed says it is the fourth time they've played at that venue; the crowd says it was three times. For 'RitFW,' it is noted that the last time they played there, it was with Neil Young, and the speaker caught on fire! [On the encore setlist and not played: 'Black' (after 'SoL&T'; probably skipped because Mike had guitar problems) and 'Yellow Ledbetter']

This is being distributed by in tandem with, 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

Compiled by spacedvest on 12/28/03.


INXS 1988-06-26 N.E.C Arena Birmingham England

Birmingham N.E.C Arena
26th June 88

Very good audience recording.
Lineage: Sony Walkman Pro>Cassette>Cdr>Eac>Flac8>TLH>You!

Cd 1

1. Kick
2. Guns in the sky
3. Tiny daggers
4. Mystify
5. The loved ones
6. Original sin
7. Shine like it does
8. Wild life
9. Listen like thieves
10. Never tear us apart
11. New sensation
12. The sole mistake
13. Kiss the dirt (fallin' down the mountain)

Cd 2

1. This time
2. Don't stop me
3. Dancing on the jetty
4. Calling all the nations
5. What you need
6. Need you tonight
7. Mediate
8. Devil inside
9. Don't change

This was taped by my mate on the old walkman Pro. I was at this gig and bloody good it was too!! The band were very tight and Michael (Rip) was in his element. This is a very good recording with nice clear sound. The whole gig.


Sunday, February 22, 2015

The B-52's 1980-09-22 Harpo's Detroit, MI

Artist: The B-52's
Date: 1980-09-22
Location: Detroit, MI
Venue: Harpo's
Source: Audience
Lineage: ANA(1)>WAV [96kHz/24bit]>WAV [44.1kHz/16bit]>FLAC [Level 8]
Transfer: Nakamichi CR-7A>PreSonus FireStudio Project>Adobe Audition 3.0>
Cdwave editor>FLAC frontend 1.7.1>wav(checked and balanced levels)>
flac (sb's aligned)>torrentially yours.
Taping Gear: unknown>unknown
Taped By: Friend of JEMS
Transferred By: Mike Ziegler

Band Members:
Fred Schneider: vocals, keyboards, walkie talkie
Kate Pierson: vocals, organ, guitar
Cindy Wilson: vocals, guitar, bongo, tambourine
Ricky Wilson: guitar
Keith Strickland: drums
runtime: 54:01 (minutes/seconds)

01. lava (incomplete, cuts in) 5:11
02. give me back my man (w/3 short gaps) 4:19
03. 6060-842 3:04
04. devil in my car 4:47
05. 52 girls 3:44
06. Quiche Lorraine 4:15
07. dirty back road 3:09
08. strobe light 4:17
09. private Idaho 3:52
10. runnin' around 3:20
11. rock lobster 5:16
12. dance this mess around 5:15
13. Planet Claire (incomplete, cuts out) 3:35

Length: 54:01

Not only has JEMS taped more shows unofficially than most any group of tapers,
they also have a large collection of 1st gen cassettes of numerous shows
they've traded for through the years with other tapers.
This recording is one of those. This is a good to very good sounding recording but incomplete.
It is unknown if they played any other songs before Lava and after Planet Claire this night.
This show captures The B-52s touring in support of their Wild Planet album.

Aerosmith 1978-03-23 The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL

Band: Aerosmith
Title: King's Chronicle
Date: March 23, 1978
Venue: The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, USA
Label: Bondage Music
Number: BON110
Source: Silver > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

Disc 1
01. Rats In The Cellar
02. I Wanna Know Why
03. Big Ten Inch Record
04. Walk This Way
05. Sight For Sore Eyes
06. Seasons Of Wither
07. Sweet Emotion
08. Dream On
09. Chip Away The Stone
10. Get The Lead Out
11. Get It Up
12. Draw The Line
13. No More No More
14. Same Old Song And Dance
15. Toys In The Attic
16. Milk Cow Blues
17. Train Kept A Rollin'


Cheap Trick 1979-02-03 Liverpool University Liverpool UK

 Cheap Trick 1979-02-03 Liverpool University Liverpool UK
This was a concert by Cheap Trick at Liverpool University February 3rd and broadcast by Radio City in Liverpool on 19th February 1979.


FM>cassette>27 years>wav>flac

I was going to call this "Would you clap louder if I was Ritchie Blackmore?" since that is what the guitarist says in frustration as he gave it his all, only to be greeted by tepid applause.

I think they got spoiled by the enthusiastic Japanese fans on the Budokan tour!

Highlight for me was when they were joined on stage by Dave Edmunds

The tracks broadcasted were

1 Stiff Competition
2 On Top of the World
3 Big Eyes
4 Ain't That A Shame
5 Let It Rock (with Dave Edmunds)
6 Promised Land (with Dave Edmunds)
7 Need Your Love
8 I Want You to Want Me
9 California Man
10 Surrender

There is also a  tape flip on Promised Land that I did not try to correct, but I removed the silence to make it slighly less jarring

I have used some software tools to enhanced the sound, to make it sound listenable to my ears, but if you are not a fan of such electronic processing please do not download.


Saturday, February 21, 2015

Elton John 1976-09-17 Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland

        Skyline Pigeon
        I Need You to Turn To
        Sixty Years On
        Border Song
        Love Song
        (Lesley Duncan cover)
        Bennie and the Jets
        The Greatest Discovery
        Candle in the Wind
        Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)
        I Think I'm Going to Kill Myself
        Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me
        Better Off Dead
        Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word
        Someone Saved My Life Tonight
        Sweet Painted Lady
        Your Song
        Island Girl
        Don't Go Breaking My Heart
        Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting


George Harrison with Joe Walsh with Gary Moore 1992-04-06 Band Royal Albert Hall London, England

George Harrison with Joe Walsh with Gary Moore

Hari and the Hijack Band
Royal Albert Hall
April 6th, 1992

This CD was originally released in 1993
Label/Matrix No.: 641992/93

SHN by Smelly Ted (
Please pass this on!

  CD 1
 Joe Walsh
1 Pretty maids in all road 4:33
2 In the City 3:55
3 Life in the fast line 5:27
4 Going on down 4:14
5 Rocky Mountain way 8:26

 Gary Moore
6 Walking by myself 4:14
7 This guy´s is crying 6:03
8 The blues is alright 5:53
9 Still got the blues 7:59

 George Harrison
10 I want to tell you 4:20
11 Old brown shoe 4:09
12 Taxman 4:08
13 Introduction 2:08
14 Give me love 3:52
15 Something 4:56

   CD 2
 1 What is life 4:53
 2 Piggies 3:04
 3 Got my mind set on you 5:01
 4 Cloud nine 4:33
 5 Here comes the sun 3:33
 6 My sweet Lord 6:08
 7 All those years ago 4:48
 8 Cheer down 4:06
 9 Isn´t it a pity 6:48
 10 Devil´s radio 8:14
 11 While my guitar gently weeps 8:07
 12 Roll over Beethoven 4:10
 13 Drum Solo 7:43
 14 Roll over Beethoven 1:27


John Mellencamp 1984-00-00 Bloomington, In

John Mellencamp
"Night Dancing" Liberated Bootleg
Great Dane Records label
Bloomington, In. 1984

Lineage:  silver cd's > EAC > Flac frontend level 6

Original artwork included
Sound quality:  Exceptional


Disc 1

1.  Thirty Days In The Hole
2.  Ain't Even Done With The Night
3.  Thundering Hearts
4.  Down South Jukin'
5.  Night Dancing
6.  Hand To Hold On To
7.  Authority Song
8.  I Need A Lover
9.  Play Guitar
10. Pink Houses
11. Golden Gates
12. Shoot Out The Lights
13. Hurts So Good
14. Jackie O

Disc 2

1.  Heartbreak Hotel
2.  Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
3.  Pretty Ballerina
4.  Ya-Ya
5.  Jack And Diane
6.  Crumblin' Down


Santana 1973-03-08 Carolina University Coliseum, Columbia, SC

Carolina University Coliseum, Columbia, SC

SBD > Trade CDR > EAC > TLH > FLAC

On special request of jdbrewer26

The "other Columbia" show of 1973. The first one, uploaded some days ago was in Columbia Maryland,
while this one is in South Carolina, five months earlier. Almost the same band apart from the fact
that Leon Thomas hadn't joined the band yet and Mingo Lewis was still in it!
Savor, Incident and Matra/Kyoto presnt, but The creator, Flor de Canela and Samba de Sausalito
for instance missing.
Sound quality is a little less that the other Columbia. There is more audible hiss which I
haven't been able to filter out.
But yet another 73 gem!

CD-R 1:

1. Going Home/A-1 Funk/Every Step Of The Way                   
2. Samba Pa Ti                                     
3. Look Up (To See What’s Coming Down)                     
4. Just In Time To See The Sun                           
5. Incident At Neshabur                               
6. Bambele/All The Love Of The Universe                                      
7. Stone Flower                                     
8. Batucada                                     
9. Xibaba (She-Ba-Ba)                                 
10. Stone Flower                                     

Total Time: 59:31

CD-R 2:

01. Waiting                                   
02. Castillos De Arena, Part 1 (Sand Castle)                         
03. Free Angela/Promise of A Fisherman/Concierto De Aranjuez                                 
04. Mantra/Kyoto                                     
05. Castillos De Arena, Part 2 (Sand Castle)                         
06. Earth
07. Se A Cabo                                     
08. Savor                                     
09. Toussaint L’Overture
Total Time: 46:35

Carlos Santana
Jose “Chepito” Areas
Tom Coster
Richard Kermode
James “Mingo” Lewis
Armando Peraza
Douglas Rauch
Michael Shrieve


Squeeze 1981-05-15 Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, UK

Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, UK
May 15, 1981

Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert #1014
London Wavelength's Limited Broadcast Week of December 18, 1983

Lineage: Original pre-FM vinyl > Audacity > Wav > Flac

01. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Intro
02. Take Me I'm Yours
03. Another Nail In My Heart
04. Separate Beds
05. Slightly Drunk
06. Out Of Touch
07. I Think I'm Go Go
08. Is That Love
09. Heaven
10. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Break
11. Pulling Mussels (From The Shell)
12. Yap Yap Yap
13. Slap and Tickle
14. Cool For Cats
15. Up The Junction
16. Messed Around
17. Goodbye Girl
18. Penthouse/Omni College Rock Concert 1014 Outro

Total time

Paul Carrack - keyboards, vocals
Glenn Tilbrook - lead guitar, keyboards, vocals
Chris Difford - rhythm guitar, vocals
John Bentley - bass, backing vocals
Gilson Lavis - drums

This is Squeeze back in 1981, and to make you feel as old as I do, this concert was performed a couple of years after 'Cool For Cats' was released, and almost a year after Jools Holland left the band, you know the score 'oh how time flies'.

This includes some of the best Squeeze songs from their early years, and goes to show just how good a live act they have always been.

'Too Many Teardrops' and 'I've Returned' are missing from the original BBC recording, otherwise it is the full concert recording.

Cue sheet and disc label scans are included.


Supertramp 1983-07-23 Munich, Germany

Munich, Germany, 07/23/1983

Their last show with Roger Hodgson! He even bids farewell.

Disc #1 46:21
1. 4:43 Crazy
2. 5:47 Ain't Nobody But Me
3. 2:40 Breakfast In America
4. 5:59 Bloody Well Right
5. 4:05 It's Raining Again
6. 4:39 Put On Your Old Brown Shoes
7. 6:47 Hide In Your Shell
8. 7:30 Waiting So Long
9. 4:11 Give A Little Bit

Disc #2  51:25
1. 7:08 From Now On
2. 3:44 The Logical Song
3. 6:10 Goodbye Stranger
4. 3:31 Dreamer
5. 7:10 Rudy
6. 11:12 Fool's Overture
7. 5:27 School
8. 7:03 Crime Of The Century


Guns N' Roses 1987-08-17 Verdun Auditorium, Montreal, Canada

GUNS N' Roses

August 17th 1987

Verdun Auditorium, Montreal, Canada

Lineage: uM > uR > analog gen ? > CDR(?) > EAC > WAV > FLAC


1. Out Ta Get Me
2. Anything Goes
3. It's So Easy
4. Mr. Brownstone
5. Nighttrain   
6. Welcome To The Jungle
7. My Michelle   
8. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
9. You're Crazy
10. Paradise City [cut]


David Bowie 1973-10-18-20 Marquee Club London, England

David Bowie - Ziggy's Final Farewell 1973

David Bowie 1973-10-18-20 Marquee Club London, England

Label & Number: RATTLE SNAKE RS 131/32
Released: 2003
Source: Studio outtakes
Linage: Silver disc > EAC > Flac (level unknown)
Discs: 2
Artwork: Included
Bonus: Konrads 1965
Quality: Very Good ++

Quality Ranking: Fair / Good / Very Good / Excellent



Disc one
1.Sorrow (Mix)
2.Dialogue (Bowie & Amanda Lear)
3.Time (Take 1)
4.Time (Take 2)
5.Time (Mix)
6.Everything's Alright (Take 1)
7.Everything's Alright (Take 3)
8.Everything's Alright (Take 4)
9.Everything's Alright (Mix)
10.Space Oddity (Take 2)
11.Space Oddity (Mix)
12.I Can't Explain (Take 1)
13.I Can't Explain (Take 2)
14.The Jean Genie (Take 2)
15.The Jean Genie (Take 3)

Disc two
1.The Jean Genie (Mix)
2.1984 (Take 1)
3.1984 (Take 2)
4.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Take 3)
5.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Take 4)
6.You Didn't Hear It From Me (Mix)
7.I Got You Babe (Take 2) / I Got You Babe (Mix)

Removed all Kon Rad’s Singles from torrent
Bonus (Kon-Rad’s1963)
8.The Better I Know
9.Now I'm On My Way
10.Baby It's Too Late
11.I'm Over You
12.Judgement Day
13.I Don't Know How Much
14.I Thought Of You Last Night


Files checked with Trader´s Little Helper
No errors occurred

Md5 created with Trader´s Little Helper
Included in torrent

Original info file (Notes.txt)
Included in torrent


AC/DC 1977-09-07 WEA / WSHE Industry Gathering 4 O'Clock Club Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

WEA / WSHE Industry Gathering
4 O'Clock Club
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Sept 7 1977

"Lauderdale Larrikins"
art included

Lineage: CD-R (Included with LP) -> FLAC 8
Tracks 1 - 3:  8/10
Tracks 4 - 8: 8.5/10

Live Wire
Hell Aint A Bad Place To Be
Whole Lotta ROsie
The Jack
Problem Child
Baby Please Dont Go

Here's a nice rare Bon Show from top source to surface as of 2006. A lot of confusion around the date of this show so heres the low down
for You history more confusion

Aug 4 Gainesville, FL (Dubs) -Canceled-
Aug 5 West Palm Beach, FL (Auditorium) Opening for REO Speedwagon (Audience audio avail)
Aug 6 Jacksonville, FL (Coliseum) Co-Headline with REO Speedwagon (no audio ever circulated ;<)
Aug 7 Hollywood, FL (Sportatorium) "A Day For The Kids" charity gig with WSHE (no audio ever circulated ;<)

In Early August 1977, while in Florida on the Summer US Let There Be Rock tour, the band played 3 of 4 shows scheduled with the last being
an opening slot at the Hollywood Sporatorium with some 16,000 in attendance (Big Exposure for a little band). The event covered by local news
raised awareness of The Day For The Kids MS event.


INXS 1988-06-03 Great Western Forum Inglewood,CA


D3 Cassette Master -> Untracked Aiff File -> Soundforge -> FLAC

01. Kick
02. Guns In The Sky
03. Tiny Daggers
04. Mystify
05. The Loved One
06. Original Sin
07. Shine Like It Does
08. Wild Life
09. Listen Like Thieves
10. Never Tear Us Apart
11. New Sensation
12. Soul Mistake
13. Kiss The Dirt
14. This Time
15. Burn For You
16. That One Thing
17. Calling All Nations
18. What You Need
19. Need You Tonight
20. Mediate
21. Devil Inside
22. Don't Change
23. Good Times (cuts)


Grateful Dead 1973-12-06 Public Hall Cleveland, OH

Grateful Dead - December 6, 1973
Public Hall - Cleveland, OH

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat

Transfer Info:
Dat -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 5, 2012

-- All disc changes are seamless

Set 1:
d1t01 - Bertha
d1t02 - Mexicali Blues
d1t03 - Loser
d1t04 - Black Throated Wind
d1t05 - They Love Each Other
d1t06 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t07 - Deal
d1t08 - El Paso
d1t09 - Row Jimmy
d1t10 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d2t01 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t02 - I Know You Rider
d2t03 - Around And Around

Set 2:
d2t04 - Ramble On Rose
d2t05 - Me And My Uncle
d2t06 - Here Comes Sunshine
d2t07 - Big River
d3t01 - Dark Star ->
d3t02 - Eyes Of The World ->
d3t03 - Stella Blue
d3t04 - Sugar Magnolia


Grateful Dead 1970-12-23 Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Grateful Dead - December 23, 1970
Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA

Recording Info:
(d1t01 - d1t06) SBD -> Master Reel -> CD -> FLAC
(d1t07 - d1t11) SBD -> Master Reel -> Cassette -> Cassette -> FLAC

Transfer Info:
FLAC -> Adobe Audition v3.0 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 27, 2012

-- Cumberland Blues is cut during last verse
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

d1t01 - Tuning/Stage Banter
d1t02 - Deep Elem Blues
d1t03 - Beat It On Down The Line
d1t04 - I'm A King Bee
d1t05 - Me And My Uncle
d1t06 - Cumberland Blues//
d1t07 - Me And Bobby McGee
d1t08 - Dire Wolf
d1t09 - Good Lovin'
d1t10 - Casey Jones ->
d1t11 - Uncle John's Band


Dire Straits 1978-07-04 Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK

Dire Straits 1978-07-04 Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK

1. Down To The Waterline
2. Six Blade Knife
3. In the Gallery
4. Eastbound Train
5. Water of Love
6. Portobello Belle
7. Wild West End
8. Lions
9. What's The Matter Baby
10. Me And My Friends
11. Sultans of Swing
12. Real Girl
13. Nadine
14. Southbound Again

Barbarella's, Birmingham, UK, 4th July 1978.

Additional coments:
Audience recording from Barbarella's in Birmingham 1978, medium sound quality. Complete show and some very rare songs, for example an ultra rare version of Me And My Friends, Real Girl and also one of the earliest versions of Portobello Belle. They also play the cover song Nadine.


Rush 1979-03-10 The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Fl

Rush - Held Hostage In Hollywood
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 68:58, 53:20
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 31079-4
Source: Audience (Analog Master)
Date: March 10, 1979
Location: The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA


01 - Anthem   4:18
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   3:55
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:43
04 - Xanadu   12:04
05 - Something For Nothing   4:28
06 - The Trees   4:56
07 - Cygnus X-1   10:28
08 - Hemispheres   19:38
09 - Closer To The Heart   3:28


01 - Circumstances   4:13
02 - A Farewell To Kings   5:52
03 - La Villa Strangiato   10:25
04 - 2112   19:47
05 - Working Man   3:34
06 - Bastille Day   1:43
07 - In The Mood   2:41
08 - Drum Solo   5:05


Friday, February 20, 2015

David Bowie The Savage Jaw Archives Volume 15

The Savage Jaw Archives.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Vol. XV

A Cat From London - Shibuya Kokaido Public Hall, Tokyo, April 20, 1973
Class Of '74 Vol 2 - New York, July 20, 1974
L Dopa - Vredenburg/Utrecht, June 11, 1997
Never Let Me Down Under - Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney, November 3, 1987
Panic In Detroit - Detroit, September 22, 1997 

Link 1
Link 2
Link 3
Link 4
Link 5

Pearl Jam 1992-03-02 Paard Van Troje Den Haag, Holland(SV035 - "DEN HAAG")

Pearl Jam
SV035 - "DEN HAAG"
March 2, 1992
Paard Van Troje: Den Haag, Holland

Bonus Filler:
Feburary 10, 1992
Virgin Records: Paris, France

Den Haag Source: soundboard > Sony WM-D6 > analog-1 > dEdit > dat > cdr > dEdit > flac
      (cuts patched with soundboard > Sony WM-D6 > analog-2 > dat > cdr)

Source: unknown Marantz microphone > Sony WM-D3 > analog-1 > dat > cdr > dEdit > dEQ > cdr

Digital Editing (Den Haag): Bill Graham (with some previous editing done on the main source by dan@am-dig)
Digital Editing and Equalization (Paris): Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson


Den Haag, Holland 3/2/92
01 intro
02 Oceans
03 Even Flow
04 Why Go
05 Jeremy
06 Deep
07 Alive
08 Black
09 improv "Saying No!"/(Suggestion)
10 Alone
11 Once
12 Porch

01 encore
02 Garden
03 Leash
04 I've Got a Feeling/jam/(Say Hello 2 Heaven)/(Dirty Frank)/jam/(Hunger Strike)/(Jane Says)/jam (^)

Paris, France 2/10/92
05 Wash
06 Alive
07 Black
08 Porch


(^) = Jason Mueller (Ed's brother) jumps onstage and starts jamming with the band.

Recording Notes:
This is the complete Den Haag show (total show time: 87:42). There are some bumps @ 9:57 of IGaF, where it sounds like someone dropped a microphone on stage or something. The filler included is an acoustic session at a French Virgin Records music store, played less than a month before the Den Haag show. Some minor imperfections have been edited and the vocals given a little lift.

Den Haag Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Ed has more words for stage divers: "Just a couple of words. In my whole life, I never wanted to be a policeman or anything of authority. But in fact, all my life I've been in a crowd like this, and whenever I was back there and people throw up onto the stage and jumped back off it always looked so cool, but when you are up here, see all these peoples' heads bein' smashed in by boots and stuff, it's really fuckin' ridiculous. Prior to 'Black' Ed notes, "You know, we canceled tomorrow night's show just because I knew I would sing with everything I got tonight ... a very good decision I think." 'Suggestion' is an extremely rousing version, renamed 'Saying No in Den Haag' by Ed. Stone and Mike sing an ear splitting acapulco version of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' before 'Porch.' Ed's brother, Jason, jams with the band during a long, lively version of 'I've Got a Feeling' including parts of 'Hunger Strike,' 'Say Hello 2 Heaven' and 'Jane Says' (by Jane's Addiction). Excellent show.

Paris Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Acoustic performance similar to the previous Tower Records appearances.

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

Compiled by BLG on 12/2/03. More notes/revisions by spacedvest on 5/29/04.


INXS 1988-05-29 Civic Auditorium San Francisco,Ca

Civic Auditorium
San Francisco,Ca
May 29, 1988

source   : nakamichi cm300 > sony tcd5m
transfer from master cassettes
taper    : markp


Guns N' Roses 1987-06-28 The Marquee Club, London, England

June 28 (Sunday), 1987
The Marquee Club, London, England

June 19, 1987 - June 28, 1987

1. Welcome To The Jungle 4:57
2. Out Ta Get Me 4:56
3. Rocket Queen 7:10
4. Nightrain 3:59
5. My Michelle 4:22
6. It's So Easy 3:29
7. Mr. Browstone 4:02
8. Don't Cry 5:10
9. You're Crazy 4:25
10. Paradise City 6:51
- 1st encore -
Knockin' On Heaven's Door
11. Whole Lotta Rosie 7:37
- 2nd encore -
12. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 4:37
13. Move To The City 3:18
14. Mama Kin 4:22

Total running time: 1:09:15

Excellent Soundboard recording
Lineage: SBD > Alan Niven master remastered > CDR > DBPOWERAMP > WAV > Flac
Lineage: SBD > Silver bootleg CD "Live Samurai - Vol 2" > EAC > WAV > Flac

The most complete recording of this legendary show, - only missing the first take of "Knockin' On Heaven's Door" - comes from the remastered Alan Niven master in addition with "Whole Lotta Rosie" restored to its worthy place taken from the bootleg "Live Samurai - Vol 2" as only this version proved to be the one suited in the sound quality presented by the main source. Another bootleg offering this show, titled "London Calling" was released by Metal Sword in 2006 and is based on the original master recording as provided by Alan Niven - also lacking "Whole Lotta Rosie". This is sourced from the same master recording, only it has been remastered and mixed at some point with additional (fake) audience noise. Originally uploaded by GNR4EVER69. - Buda

NOTES - As it turned out, Guns N' Roses' third and last show at the Marquee proved to be one of their most successful appearances the band ever gave with absolutely breathtaking performances following one after the other. The band is in peak form and playing in total unison resulting a slick and professional show. It's also a rare opportunity at a Guns concert for both performers and audience to interact and expand with each other and tonight both enjoyed the opportunity to really get into things.
As they walk out on stage, Duff welcomes the crowd "The Marquee, huh?!" while Axl shouts at them "How the fuck are you doing?" as if to say hello, then adds: "Welcome to the fuckin' jungle!" They pull off a vigourus and highly energetic version with Axl clearly singing out all the high notes and more. From then on they took control and didn't stop for a mere hour of glorious ear-splitting rock. "That's gonna be our next single!" Axl states as the song finishes off. After the opening attack he dedicates 'Out Ta Get Me'... "to the press, that don't like us!" He sings with great frenzy, emphasizing every given line. After the boistorous performance - which was later released on the "Live Are: '87-'93" double live album, - Axl goes on: "You people are fuckin' great! Now... about the press! That's why I wore this shirt. This shirt says... 'Opinions are like assholes. Everyone's got one'. Think about that next time you fuckin' put someone down or I'll kick your ass! This song is called Rocket Queen!" The only live attempt of the song during these Marquee shows comes early with a rousing and passionate performance dominated with its emotional second part much to the crowd's apprecitation. Then Axl informs the audience about the developments of his latest affairs: "If you happened to be at the last show..." to which the crowd answers with a big approval "...alright, anywhere else you may have heard about the shit that went down with Tower Records. I'm happy to announce it, everything has been sorted out. Got me a nice new jacket here you know... Tower Records is okay! This next song is for everybody out there who likes to drink a little too much. ... This is called Nightrain." The performance is tight and full of frenzy with all the members playing it exceptionally well. Instead of band introductions, Axl introduces his collegaues one by one during the coming songs' peak. Slash gets his right before his guitar solo in 'Rocket Queen'. Izzy's name is thrown in during 'Nightrain' also before Slash's going into his solo. In the beginning of 'My Michelle' which follows directly after 'Nightrain' Axl tells that... "You gotta be careful when you do too much of that cocaine and you're going end up like my friend Michelle." Axl: "Alright, I got some special news for you people... If you waited in the line, you might have saw a truck outside. We're recording you fuckers, tonight! The last two shows had been so much fun and you people have been so responsive that the record company decided it would be stupid not to record the show! Because of you! I wanna thank you for helping me make another fuckin' record! God-damn! Alright this is our single at the time now... This is called It's So Easy." The performance is received with great admiration and is even more intense than previously with Duff being louder on vocals and with Slash's impeccable playing which in all marks again one of the definitve highlights of the night. Someone shouts at Axl who forwards it to the audience: "He just told me something I didn't know. He said that London is rocking now..." then adds... "and if you need to come down of that cocaine maybe you get too involved with some' called heroin. This is called Mr. Brownstone." The performance is once again amazing and seems that the band can perform it blindfolded. Undoubtedly, tonight's surprise - dedicated by Slash to the band's road manager, Colin Gardner who's turning thirty-five - is an inspired version of 'Don't Cry' which the band has been playing occasionially for more than a year now and which is the very first GN'R tune penned by Slash and Izzy (first known performance dates back to January 18, 1986 at the Roxy in Hollywood, CA). Most of the show, as Axl is very much involved with the music, he's omni-present on the small stage - spinning, turning, dropping to his knees... the perfect foil for him to narcissistically weave between. It's no different with the following 'You're Crazy' which is merely vicious with the Gunners rolling at a remarkable speed. Axl: "Give us a minute with the guitars here... I wanna dedicate this song to you people of these last three shows... and bloody old England! This is called Paradise City!" Duff remarks: "You know what? I travelled six thousand fuckin' miles and there's no fuckin' circus at Picadilly. What the fuck?!" This drew some cheers but a heckler interjects something negative which earns a "Fuckin' asshole!" in return from Axl. 'Paradise City' is pompous and terrific. It's incredibly loud yet at the same time sparklingly clear with Slash chopping recklessly at the chords during the end. Axl finishes adding: "Thank you! Thank you Marquee! Fuck it!" GN'R leaves the stage to have some drinks and before they return to perform their encore, the crowd begins a football-like chant which later melts into a chant for 'Mama Kin'. Then, Duff returns to the stage and his respond follows: "Just give us a minute to tune up the guitars, we'll be back! Fuckin' make some NOISE!!!" They began with 'Knockin' On Heaven's Door', then follow with AC/DC's 'Whole Lotta Rosie'. The band pull off the later with an amazing credibility to overwhelming success. As a result, the original UK "Welcome to the Jungle" single was backed with this performance. Before the second encore the audience starts to whistle, hoot and holler to sound their impatience.  A minute later Duff asks the crowd "Hey, what the hell is a fuckin' bogroll?! I haven't figured fuckin' one out yet." Then Slash pipes up: "Alright, check it out, due to circumstances beyond our control you guys weren't loud enough so we're doing Heaven's Door one more fuckin' time!" Somebody yells in to which he prompts: "Yeah?! Well, then make some fuckin' noise!" The audience responds with overwhelming reaction. "Otherwise we play it again! We can go the whole fuckin' night!" then adds "If you guys sing along long enough during Heaven's Door we'll be doing Mama Kin last, alright?" When the tune starts Axl acknowledges that "You're part of history here!" right before Steven crashes in - whose overall performance during these Marquee appearances is seemingly the most effective the band could have had. The performance countinues to improve with every attempt they make along with Axl's more confident vocals. This version features a bit of an extended ending where he pushes himself so much that it feels like he's literaly singing his heart out at various points. 'Move The City' is fabulous and very much dominated with Slash's amazingly fluent and dynamic solo freed from his seemingly endless capacity of licks. 'Mama Kin' is a worthy set closer, a song that is rapidly becoming a live favourite. When it was over, the audience couldn't let their band go. The good rapport which had developed tonight between them has reached its climax. "You've been great London, we love you man!" Duff shouts at them as Slash snorts in the mic: "Yeah!" The crowd countinued to worship the band which made it hard to get off the stage. Duff: "Okay, goodbye!" Then Axl bids on a farewell: "You people been absolutely fuckin' great to us here or anywhere! We will be seeing you in September with Aerosmith! GOD DAMN!" They finished big and the crowd unwound with them. A triumphant way to end their European debut.

Despite that little variations occur in the set-lists, performing 19 different songs, total of 39 live renditions on three gigs proved to be worthy enough - in addition that GN'R didn't play 'Sweet Child O' Mine' nor 'Think About You' during their Marquee performances. Still, essentially the set for each night was as powerful as rock and roll ever gets as not one set was performed in the same manner and the delivery of the songs is never twice the same. - Buda


Grateful Dead 1970-06-06 Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA

Grateful Dead - June 6, 1970
Fillmore West - San Francisco, CA
**Acoustic Set Only**

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v9.11 -> FLAC
(1 Disc Audio / 1 Disc FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
May 30, 2010

-- This is all that I have from the Acoustic Set
-- Last 4 songs missing

Acoustic Set:
d1t01 - Introduction
d1t02 - Don't Ease Me In
d1t03 - The Frozen Logger
d1t04 - Friend Of The Devil
d1t05 - Candyman
xxxxx - Deep Elem Blues
xxxxx - Cumberland Blues
xxxxx - Wake Up Little Susie
xxxxx - New Speedway Boogie


Grateful Dead 1972-03-27 Academy of Music - New York, NY

Grateful Dead - March 27, 1972
Academy of Music - New York, NY

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Apogee AD500 -> Dat (48k)

Transfer Info:
Dat (Sony D -> Samplitude Professional v10.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
December 9, 2008

-- All disc changes are seamless

Set 1:
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Bertha
d1t03 - Black Throated Wind
d1t04 - Chinatown Shuffle
d1t05 - Brown Eyed Women
d1t06 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t07 - I Know You Rider
d1t08 - Me And Bobby McGee
d1t09 - Mr. Charlie
d1t10 - Looks Like Rain
d1t11 - Deal
d1t12 - It Hurts Me Too
d2t01 - Cumberland Blues
d2t02 - Playing In The Band

Set 2:
d2t03 - Greatest Story Ever Told
d2t04 - Ramble On Rose
d2t05 - Big Boss Man
d2t06 - El Paso
d2t07 - Good Lovin'
d2t08 - Me And My Uncle
d3t01 - The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion)
d3t02 - Sugar Magnolia
d3t03 - Loser
d3t04 - Casey Jones

d3t05 - One More Saturday Night