Friday, October 24, 2014

Too Much Joy 1996-00-00 Chelsie's Columbus, OH and 1996-04-10 Columbus, OH

Too Much Joy 1996-00-00

Show 1 Chelsie's Columbus OH

Poison Your Mind
Donna Everywhere
Mrs. Now
William Holden Caufield
What It Is
A New England
Half Life
Seasons In The Sun
King Of Beers
The Kid's Don't Understand
Crush Story
Susquehanna Hat Company
That's A Lie
Train In Vain
Long Haired Guys From England
Theme Song

Show 2 4-10-1996 Columbus, OH

Mrs. Now
William Holden Caufield
Donna Everywhere
Poison Your Mind
What It Is
A New England
King Of Beers The Kid's Don't Understand
Seasons In The Sun
Crush Story
Susquehanna Hat Company

Link 1
Link 2
Link 3
Link 4

Telluride House Band 2006-06-15 Telluride Bluegrass Festival - Telluride, CO

Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, Jerry Douglas, Edgar Meyer, Tim O'Brien and Bryan Sutton
Telluride Bluegrass Festival - Telluride, CO

Source: Josephson c42mp > Denecke PS-2 > Denecke AD-20 > Creative Nomad Jukebox 3
Transfer: JB3 > PC (via USB) > Sony Sound Forge (normalize and fades)  > CD Wave > FLAC
Recorded and transfered by Bob Fager

Disc 1
1.  Pastor Mustard's Intro
2.  Skip To My Lou
3.  Another Morning
4.  Early Morning Rain
5.  Nine Pound Hammer
6.  Texas Red
7.  Big Boat
8.  Unfolding ??
9.  Ride The Wild Turkey

Disc 2
1.  Petunia
2.  Foreign Lander
3.  Steam Powered Aereoplane
4.  Bill Monroe medley

5.  Wabash Cannonball
6.  Look Down That Lonesome Road
7.  Salty Dog
8.  Whitewater


Robert Palmer 1991 Town and Country Club London, England

Recorded at The Town and Country Club, London, UK in 1991
Running time: Approximately 55 minutes
Lineage: CD>dBPpowerAmp>FLAC>Dime>You
Rating: A+


   1. Some Like It Hot
   2. Every Kind Of People
   3. I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On
   4. Change His Way
   5. Pride
   6. Woke Up Laughing
   7. I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
   8. Sneakin’ Sally Through The Alley
   9. Johnny & Mary
  10. She Makes My Day
  11. Looking For The Clues
  12. Mother Should Have Told You
  13. Simply Irrestible
  14. Mercy Mercy Me
  15. Addicted To Love


Black Sabbath 1972-03-15 The Forum, Inglewood, Ca

Black Sabbath 1972-03-15 audience
The Forum, Inglewood, California, US
Ace Of Spades "LA FORUM 1971-1972" part 2
commercial CDR-limited 50 copies only

lineage - unknown audience generation > CDR > EAC wav > TLH flac 8

201 N.I.B.
202 tomorrow's dream
203 war pigs
204 iron man
205 snowblind
206 wicked world
207 guitar solo
208 jam
209 drum solo
210 guitar solo 2
211 wicked world reprise
212 children of the grave
213 paranoid
214 fairies wear boots

art,md5,ffp eac log included


Gov't Mule 2013-05-31 Bank of America Pavilion Boston, MA

Gov't Mule
Bank of America Pavilion
Boston, MA

AKG480's w/CK61's->Oade m148->Marantz PMD-661 (24/96)
Setup FOB, Dead Center, Row AA
7" high (unfortunately I was in the way of video shoot and couldn't run high, so more chatter than I like)
Audacity Dither and Conversion (16/44.1)>CDWav>TLH Flac 8

Recorded and Seeded by Jeff Moores

Set 1
01 Blind Man In The Dark
02 Bad Man Walking
03 Inside Outside Woman Blues
04 She Said, She Said > Tomorrow Never Knows #
05 Forevermore
06 No Need To Suffer
07 Hope She'll Be Happier
08 I'm A Ram
09 I Think You Know What I Mean >
10 When The Levee Breaks >
11 I Think You Know What I Mean

Set 2
01 There's No Way Out Of Here
02 Railroad Boy >
03 Scared To Live *
04 Larger Than Life
05 Temporary Saint
06 Captured
07 Thorazine Shuffle >
08 Drums >
09 Thorazine Shuffle >
10 Funny Little Tragedy *> Thorazine Shuffle Reprise
11 E1: Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
12 E2: 30 Days In The Hole

* First Time Played
# with Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds Lyrics

I removed about 48 seconds between the end of the 2nd set and the encore, so that it would fit on an (2) 80 Min CD's.


Neil Young & Crazy Horse 2013-06-03 02 World Arena, Hamburg, Germany

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
02 World Arena, Hamburg, Germany
June 3rd 2013

Lineage: Sony ECM-121 => iRiver H340 (ROCKboxed) => USB => SoundBlaster X-Fi => Adobe Audition 3.0 => FlacFrontend (level 6 - Align on sector boundaries)

Recording position: 15 meters from the stage, center.

00. A Day In The Life (PA whiole the roadies prepared the stage) - not included
00. Deutschland ├╝ber alles (German national anthem - PA while all roadies and musicians waited on stage) - not included

01. Love And Only Love
02. Powderfinger
03. Psychedelic Pill
04. Walk Like A Giant
05. Hole In The Sky
06. Heart Of Gold
07. Blowin' In The Wind
08. Singer Without A Song
09. Ramada Inn
10. Cinnamon Girl
11. F*!#in' Up
12. Mr. Soul
13. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
14. Roll Another Number (For The Road)
15. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

Total time: 2:05:40

Neil Young
Frank Sampedro
Billy Talbot
Ralph Molina

Support act:
Los Lobos
Recording by The velvet Taper


Tin Machine 1991-08-13 Mark Goodier’s Evening Session Studio 5, Maida Vale London, England

Tin Machine
Mark Goodier’s Evening Session
Studio 5, Maida Vale
London, England
August 13, 1991

FM Broadcast Recording
FM > ? > FLAC > TLH > WAV > TLH > Flac (L8, align on sector boundaries)

Cover Art Included

01 Intro
02 Chat
03 A Big Hurt
04 Chat
05 Baby Universal
06 Stateside
07 If There Is Something
08 Heaven’s In Here

Total time 34:11

David Bowie - vocals, guitar, saxophone
Tony Sales - bass, vocals
Reeves Gabrels- guitar, vocals
Hunt Sales - drums, percussion, vocals

Normally bands pre-record their appearance on this radio program, but Tin Machine played live on the air glitches and all. This is evident when Hunt Sales has to grab for a new stick at the begining of Stateside. Nice clean and crisp recording, a must for David Bowie & Tin Machine collectors!

justdave's notes:
When I got this it had a lot of sector boundary errors. I decoded the flac files with Traders Little Helper, then re-encoded aligning all sector boundaries and packed it up for sharing I didn't remix, remaster or mess with the recording at all.


The Rolling Stones 1994-11-16 Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA

The Rolling Stones 1994 11 16 Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA, USA

Line age:

CD-R’s (Memorex recordable – 52x – 700 MB – 80 Min) got in a trade.
Simply called Atlanta 16-11-1994. Thanks to Christophe L.
> EAC (secure mode) > WAV (& spectrograms included)
> Trader’s Little Helper > FLAC level 08 (& checksums included)
> Tracker > You (enjoy, hj3009)

Many thanks to the original taper and uploader.


CDR 1:
1. Not Fade Away
2. Tumbling Dice
3. You Got Me Rocking
4. Shattered
5. Rocks Off
6. Sparks Will Fly
7. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
8. Beast of Burden
9. Far Away Eyes
10. All Down The Line
11. Love Is Strong
12. It's All Over Now
13. I Go Wild
14. Miss You
CDR 2:
1. Band intro
2. Honky Tonk Women
3. Happy
4. The Worst
5. Interlude
6. Sympathy For The Devil
7. Monkey Man
8. Street Fighting Man
9. Start Me Up
10. It's Only Rock'n Roll (But I Like It)
11. Brown Sugar
12. Jumping Jack Flash

Bootleg comments:
Complete Audience

Artworks (see link above):
All Down The Line Atlanta
Rockin' Rott Recording [2001]


John Waite 2013-03-29 The Canyon Club, Agoura Hills, CA

John Waite
The Canyon Club,
Agoura Hills, CA
March 29, 2013

Source info:
CA-14 cards>Sony PCM-M10(24/96)>Adobe Audition(normalize, resample/dither to 16/44.1)>CDWaveEditor 1.96>TLH>Flac

Taper: David Sell
Location: Front row balcony DFC
Sound Quality: Excellent


01. ~funny intro and mic drop~
02. Change
03. Back on My Feet Again
04. One of These Days
05. If You Ever Get Lonely
06. All Along the Watchtower(Dylan)
07. Whenever You Come Around
08. Bluebird Cafe
09. Saturday Night
10. Everytime I Think of You
11. ~drum solo~
12. Sweet Rhode Island Red(Turner)
13. ~band intros~
14. Missing You
15. Midnight Rendezvous
16. Head First
17. ~encore applause~
18. When I See You Smile
19. Rough and Tumble


A great show by John and his band. We had a good location up on the balcony with a very respectable crowd around us. Shaun Hague on guitar makes this a real treat. The band is tight and the mix was excellent. It was great to see and hear Debbie Holiday throughout the set.

As always, NEVER for sale, trade freely, support the artists' commercial endeavors, and please don't distribute in lossy formats...




Pete Townshend 1998-11-10 Hall For Cornwall, Truro, UK

Hall For Cornwall, Truro, UK  10. Nov. 1998

Disc 1:
01.  Cobwebs And Strange
02.  On The Road Again
03.  A Little Is Enough
04.  Pinball Wizard
05.  Drowned
06.  Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
07.  Behind Blue Eyes
08.  You Better You Bet
09.  Baby Don't You Do It
10.  I'm A Boy >
11.  Sheraton Gibson tease >
12.  Mary Anne With The Shaky Hand >
13.  Three Steps To Heaven
14.  Substitute
15.  North Country Girl
16.  band introduction
17.  Sensation

Disc 2:
01.  Now And Then
02.  Let My Love Open The Door
03.  Who Are You
04.  The Kids Are Alright
05.  The Acid Queen
06.  Won't Get Fooled Again
07.  Magic Bus
08.  The Lobster Song

approx. 146 mins

uploaded by Vortex242
first upload on LongLiveRock around 2007/8
second upload on TradersDen in July 2013
?Master? > CD-R (recieved in a trade 1999) > EAC >
Adobe Audition 1.5 > CDwave > FlacFrontend (level 6,
verified, with align on sector boundaries) > flac 


Rick Danko 1997-10-11 Stephen Talkhouse Amagansett, NY

Rick Danko
Stephen Talkhouse
Amagansett, NY

October 11, 1997
The Ken G. Series #24

Soundboard Cassettes (2) (C-60) > 1st generation tape (Maxell XL-II 100 min tape)

Transfer Lineage:

Maxell XL-II > Sony Deck TC-WE 475 > JVC XL-R2010 CD-RW > Soundforge 9.0 > HD > (boundary sectors aligned) TLH level 8 Flac > Dime 8/24/13

Transferred, Balanced and Tracked by George (kingrue)


Transferred and Circulated for the first time anywhere.

The master recording made on this night was done on (2) C-60 min length tapes.

This originally had 3 tape sides, copied onto (1) C-100 min 1st gen tape.

There are some cuts here.  Beside that,  this is a great recording and well mixed and very enjoyable show.

with Rick's friend Aaron Louis Hurwitz (Professor Hurwitz)


Recording notes:
Track 03 has a brief spot of static @ the 35 second mark,    
caused from a dirty pot, from something on stage or the mixing board.  This is not diginoise.
Track 07 has a quick tape flip at the 45 second mark.
Track 11 has a quick cut @ 1:38 min mark, and then briefly cuts again @ 2:48.
Track 13 has a tape flip @ 4:30 min (end of song is cut)
Track 14 cuts in

01 Mystery Train
02 Crazy Mama
03 Blind Willie McTell
04 Stage Fright
05 It Makes No Difference
06 Twilight
07 Long Black Veil
08 One More Shot
09 Java Blues
10 Unfaithful Servant
11 ???
12 I Love You, Cause Your Mine
13 The Weight
14 Next Time You See Me
15 Endless Highway
16 Sunny Side Of Life
17 Blaze of Glory
18 Blue River
19 Shape I'm In
20 Goodnight Irene


Little River Band 1981-10-07 The Summit, Houston, TX

Little River Band 1981-10-07 The Summit, Houston, TX

Lineage(most likely, see lossless check below): sbd > unknown recording and transfer equipment > CD > EAC(no EAC log included in original traded files set) > Wav > Flac Frontend > Flac > my Flac files set on HD (> YOU)
Taper: unknown, HANX :-)
File Size: 369MB
Length: 55:32min
No artwork...

The Summit, Houston, TX, USA, 07th October 1981
01) It's A Long Way There 
02) Man On Your Mind
03) Mistress Of Mine
04) Happy Anniversary
05) Reminiscing
06) Ballerina
07) Cool Change
08) The Night Owls
09) Help Is On Its Way
10) Lonesome Loser
11) It's Not A Wonder
12) Lady
13) Just Say That You Love Me
Length: 55:32min
Glenn Shorrock: Vocals
Beeb Birtles: Guitar
Graham Goble: Guitar
David Briggs(or Stephen Housdon): Guitar
Mal Logan: Keyboards
Wayne Nelson: Bass
Derek Pellicci: Drums


Robert Palmer 1976-11-17 Rosy's Music Club New Orleans,LA

Robert Palmer
 November 17, 1976
 at Rosy's Music Club in New Orleans
11:30 show
65:39 minutes on 1 cd (master>cdr>EAC>SHN) binaural audience recording
1. Got To Get A Grip On You
2. Which of Us is The Fool>Riverboat
3. What Can You Bring Me
4. Give Me An Inch
5. Hard Head
6. Pressure Drop
7. Man Smart, Woman Smarter
8. Keep In Touch
9. Work To Make It Work
10. introductions/*Some People Can Do What They Like
11. Applause
12. Medley - Sailing Shoes/Hey Julia / Sneaking Sally
*Sounds like tape flip break.


The Who 1982-10-25 Oakland Coliseum Arena Oakland, California

Oakland Coliseum Arena (AKA Alameda County Coliseum Arena)
Oakland, California
October 25, 1982
Audience Shot
30th Anniversary JEMS Edition

xx:xx:xx My Generation (missing)
xx:xx:xx I Can't Explain (missing)
00:00:00 Dangerous
00:03:46 Sister Disco
00:09:29 Quiet One
00:14:35 It's Hard
00:19:39 Eminence Front
00:25:36 Behind Blue Eyes
00:29:25 Baba O'Reilly
00:35:04 Tattoo
00:38:53 Drowned
00:48:58 Man Is A Man
00:53:18 Cry If You Want

00:00:00 Who Are You? [cuts in]
00:06:25 Pinball Wizard
00:09:20 See Me Feel Me
00:13:59 Substitute
00:17:03 5:15
00:24:08 Love Reign O'er Me
00:29:16 Long Live Rock
00:34:03 Won't Get Fooled Again
00:44:11 encore break
00:46:31 Athena
00:50:55 Young Man Blues
00:57:01 Twist and Shout
01:00:23 Naked Eye
01:07:24 Summertime Blues
01:11:31 Goodbye
01:13:20 end

Roger Daltrey - harmonica, guitar, vocals
John Entwistle - vocals, bass
Kenney Jones - drums
Pete Townshend - vocals, guitar
Tim Gorman - piano, keyboards, backing vocals
Original Video Lineage
SOURCE: Panasonic(?) portable VHS camera and recorder
TRANSFER: JVC HR-S9911U > Canopus ADVC-300 > IEEE 1394 > Adobe Premiere Pro CS5
LENGTH: 118:48
RECORDED BY: unnamed in association with JEMS

Video Transfer Attributes
BITRATE: 9000 kbps
FRAME RATE: NTSC (29.97 fps)

Original Audio Lineage
Nakamichi CM300 microphones > SONY TC-D5M (Dolby B) (TDK MA90) > Nakamichi Dragon (Dolby B decoded) > A/D Apogee Mini Me (Firewire) (transferred @ 44.1/16) > Peak (editing) > xACT (FLAC, meta tagging).

.AVI video file losslessly transcoded to .dv file with VisualHub. The audio sources were synched in Pro Tools with slight speed correction.

Final Cut Pro (minor "nip and tuck" edits, filter to replace bottom of screen "head switch jitter" with black and chaptering) > Compressor > DVD Studio Pro (menu and authoring) > VIDEO_TS file set.

DVD Video Attributes
NTSC 720x480, VBR 7.7 Mbps peak, 6.2 Mbps average data rate, 2-pass.

DVD Audio Attributes
Choice of: AC3/Dolby Digital 2/0 (L,R), 48 kHz sample rate, 256 kbps data rate or Linear PCM (2 channel 44.1 kHz 16 bit).

This is the delayed release of the third and final title in JEMS' 30th Anniversary series, now featuring upgraded audio from NH's master audience tapes synched to the video source and authored for DVD by grner1. Thank you both so much for improving this final JEMS DVD from the 1982 tour. Grner1 calls it "a well-shot-for-the-era, first-generation audience video with better-sounding cassette master audio substituted for the VHS audio. The first 2 songs are missing and there's a bit where the camera is blocked by people standing in the way, but mostly it's all there and enjoyable throughout." We hope you agree. Screenshots provided.


Of all the recordings in the JEMS archive, this is my personal holy grail: an uncirculated video of one of my favorite Who shows. Some years back, I mentioned how cool it would be to clean up the VHS source tapes and get them digitally transferred to share with Who fans near and far. Here's the result and it's a keeper. The first two songs ("My Generation" and "I Can't Explain") weren't captured, but the rest of the show, from "Dangerous" to "Summertime Blues," appears in surprisingly good quality: most of the time the picture is steady and only in a few instances does the viewer experience a "down-in-front" moment. The bonus here is the picture stays with the action and that's with Pete Townshend. Sure, we see the rest of the band (mostly Roger Daltrey; wider shots show John and Kenney, too) but if it's the T-Cam you seek, look no further.

Such camera framing is particularly fortunate on this night, as Townshend graced the Bay Area with a memorable performance, one that fanzine Who's News ranked as the best of the 40 shows on the tour (well, tied with the 10/13 Shea Stadium concert, but I'm giving the nod here to Oakland). Townshend is fired up and completely engaged in his performance. You'll see terrific versions of "Drowned" and "Naked Eye," but songs from It's Hard, the LP the Who had released the previous month, earn their place, too. Six tracks make the set here, including a searing "Cry if You Want." "A Man is a Man" and the rare "Athena" (the single from the album) are also performed, both for the last time.

There is no shortage of video from the 1982 tour: The band did press in Washington and Los Angeles, shot a live video for "Eminence Front," and sat for an MTV special. The last show, December 17 in Toronto, was simulcast and released on home video. There's fine pro-shot footage of the show in Seattle (10/20) and mash-ups of the two nights at Shea (10/12-13). Even the band's official website got in on the action posting several songs from the Dallas '82 concert a several months ago. And of course JEMS has circulated audience-shot video from Boulder and Seattle.

What makes Oakland special? For one, it was the longest show of the tour, held indoors within the relatively cozy confines of the Oakland Coliseum Arena on what was otherwise a predominantly stadium tour. The band had played two days earlier (10/23) at the Coliseum, the open-air stadium next door. That was a typical Saturday afternoon, Day-on-the-Green event, and it was a fine show (though Who's News noted that it was hard to really get behind a set where Roger Daltrey sat out part of "See Me, Feel Me" on the drum riser). Oakland outdoors had a tick-the-box vibe, where the masses--drawn to the ballpark to see the mighty Who one last time (or so they bought) on their Farewell Tour--came, saw and left. Regardless, the Who put on a good show, representative of the generally solid performances 1982 brought, but not outstanding.

The indoor 10/25 show on the other hand  felt like a gift from the band to long-time fans in the Bay Area (possibly at the behest of promoter Bill Graham). It was a stunning show on a host of levels. Townshend danced and leapt his way through the set and extended many of the songs. His guitar playing was excellent, and yes, Pete does dispatch with a guitar late in the show--it's interesting to see how that comes about and how it fit seamlessly into the performance.

JEMS was present at all 40 shows on the 1982 tour (see below), and, as noted above, audience video exists in a couple other instances. There is audio of nearly every show, too, and someday we might get to those tapes. But for now, it's good to mark the just-past 30th anniversary of the 1982 tour with this, the best show, best audience video and now upgraded with NH's excellent audio. Even by 2013 standards, the DVDs are an impressive document of a superb Who show.

Thanks to all who made it happen.

Slipkid68 for JEMS

Back in 1982, The Who embarked on their first "Farewell Tour." It was originally THE "Farewell Tour," but once they got going, were playing well and having a good time, they left the door open to more touring down the road. At one point Pete was even talking of another concept album to follow It's Hard. In due time, Kenney left and the Who didn't formally restart again until 1989 and the resurrection of Tommy.

When the '82 tour was announced, I was "under" employed, so I decided to take in the entire tour, attend every single show, which I did, minus the two warm-up shows in England. I put 10,000 miles on my Ford Fairmont during the course of the tour, and I had many guests join for a run of shows, which helped with traveling expenses. One such fellow who tagged along on the western swing of the tour had a portable video recorder set up, which we packed and brought along. We only broke it out for three shows: Folsom Field in Boulder, Colorado on October 17, 1982, The Kingdome in Seattle on October 20 and the second Oakland show on October 25.

The Boulder show ("rain, snow or shine" it said on the ticket) and the Seattle show (which also circulates as a pro-shot video) were both solid stadium performances. The Oakland show (in the Arena following a Stadium show across the parking lot two days earlier) was one of the best shows of the tour.

All three had set list variations which made this tour fairly unique for The Who but Oakland was the longest show, with a little more spark than much of the rest on the tour (the second night at Shea Stadium was the only other set to match it). Plus, Pete smashed a guitar during "Won't Get Fooled Again." (As a side note, it wasn't a big, end-of-the-show smashing, more of a pissed-off about something, quick take-down in the middle of the song. He quickly got a new guitar and carried on.)

We walked into the shows with a camera, a tripod, a portable VHS recorder, blank VHS tapes and batteries, as well as JEMS' usual cassette audio recording set-up, all of which probably weighed a collective 25+ pounds and took up several cubic feet of space. By contrast, I just purchased a new recorder (the Olympus LS-7) which is so small it can fit into a shirt pocket with room to spare! Times have changed. I think back to those days and I wonder how we were able to get these recordings done.

A note on these tapes: In a digital age, these recordings, which I remember as being nice quality, pale in comparison to what we can do now. These are 1st generation copies off the video masters (which for all intents and purposes don't exist any more and are lost to history). Boulder and Seattle have the camera audio; Oakland has better audio synced from a second source.

Look at the screen grabs to get a sense of the quality. If you can put yourself back into a 1982 mindset, all three are highly watchable, mostly steady and generally free of obstructions. And if you were in attendance, they are miraculous souvenirs. Boulder and Seattle, being stadiums, are more distant but the shot is still only as wide as the band is on stage. Not bad at all. And Oakland, as it was an arena show indoors, is even closer and better.

Tapeboy for JEMS

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The Eagles 2013-11-20 Tampa Bay Times Forum Tampa, FL

The Eagles

Tampa, FL
Tampa Bay Times forum
November 20, 2013

Source: Schoeps MK5 Omni - Cards - Nbob Actives - Naiant Tinybox Transfo Out - Sony M10 (24-48)

Transfer: Micro SD card > wav file > Adobe Audition > Normalize-Downsample > CD Wave Cut > TLH > FLAC level 8 & Align on SB
Recording Location: Front Row on the Floor
Recorded by: Datfly

01.Saturday Night - (Don Henley and Glenn Frey only)
02.Train Leaves Here This Morning - (Bernie Leadon, Don Henley and Glenn Frey only)
03.Peaceful Easy Feeling - (Timothy B. Schmit, Bernie … more)
04.Witchy Woman - (Joe Walsh joins the 4 others)
06.Tequila Sunrise
07.Doolin'-Dalton/Desperado (Reprise)
08.Already Gone
09.The Best of My Love
10.Lyin' Eyes
11.One of These Nights
12.Take It to the Limit

Set 2

13.Pretty Maids All in a Row
14.I Can't Tell You Why
15.New Kid in Town
16.Love Will Keep Us Alive
17.Heartache Tonight
18.Those Shoes
19.In the City
20.Band Introductions
21.Life's Been Good
22.The Long Run
23.Funk #49
24.Life in the Fast Lane
25.Hotel California
26.Take It Easy
27.Rocky Mountain Way

(Bernie Leadon didn't play the second part until the second encore)

I used the Schoeps in Omni for the first set & Cards for the second.
The Eagles front row...need I say more. crowd around me is a little noisy at times.


Oasis 2001-01-18 Buenos Aires Hot Festival, Argentina

Buenos Aires Hot Festival, Argentina
January 18, 2001

DVD authored by FerOasis_75

Sky TV broadcast:

01 Go Let It Out
02 Who Feels Love
03 Supersonic
04 Acquiesce
05 Gas Panic
06 Roll With It
07 Wonderwall
08 Don't Look Back In Anger
09 Live Forever
10 Champagne Supernova
11 ROck 'N Roll Star

Much Music broadcast:
01 Go Let It Out
02 Who Feels Love
03 Supersonic
04 Acquiesce
05 Gas Panic
06 Roll With It
07 Wonderwall
08 Cigarettes & Alcohol
09 Don't Look Back In Anger
10 Hey Hey My My
11 Live Forever
12 Champagne Supernova
13 ROck 'N Roll Star

Where Did It All Go Wrong (Leno)
I Can See a Liar (Letterman)
Step Out (Reading Festival 2000)

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U2 - 1981-05-15 California Hall San Francisco, CA

U2 - 1981-05-15 San Francisco, CA. - Soundboard
DChub>WAV>FLAC frontend>FLAC 8

01. The Ocean
02. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
03. I Will Follow
04. I Fall Down
05. An Cat Dubh
06. Into The Heart
07. Touch
08. Another Time, Another Place
09. The Electric Co.
10. Things To Make And Do
11. Stories For Boys
12. Boy-Girl
13. Out Of Control
14. Twilight
15. I Will Follow
16. A Day Without Me
17. 11 O'Clock Tick Tock
18. The Ocean

Not sure what the source is of this, probably VHS.


Thursday, October 23, 2014

Kiss 1975-11-30 Capitol Centre , Largo, MD

Kiss - Capitol Centre , Largo 1975-11-30

01 Cold gin intro
02 Cold gin
03 Rock `n`roll all nite
04 Let me go rock `n`roll


Tin Machine 1991-11-29 Academy Theatre, New York

Tin Machine
Academy Theatre, New York
29 Nov 1991

FM Stereo - now EX quality.

Original Lineage: FM > master > BASF Chromdioxid II tape > JVC PC-X96 deck > Hard Wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC4

Above version > Audacity > CD Wave > you

CD 1
01 DJ + intro
02 Crack City
03 You Belong In Rock And Roll
04 A Big Hurt
05 Bus Stop
06 Stateside
07 Betty Wrong
08 Goodbye Mr Ed

CD 2
01 Debaser
02 One Shot
03 I Can't Read
04 Under The God
05 Baby Universal
06 If There Is Something
07 Heaven's In Here
08 Sorry
09 Sacrifice Yourself (fades out)

This gig, in its original download form, sounded very muddy to me - and very bassy. Indeed, bassy to headache inducing levels.

After some experimenting, I found this sounds just great - in my opinion - after I reduced the files by -400 hpf both channels, then -50 hpf Left channel only then added +1 db to the left channel and took off 5db from the right channel. This helped get the vocal a bit more near the centre - it was firmly in the right channel at first. If you are not sure about all this, download a track, like I do, as a test. Except don't try this with I Can't Read - it's awful here after a good start. The gig gets better again after that, thankfully!

Now ... I can hear the pounding drums and those screeching guitars in all their ferocity, and the vocals all clearly, still with power and presence, but without the feeling of thunder enveloping everything in a muddy mess as it seemed before.

Goodbye Mr Ed in particular sounds marvellous.

The performance does dip a bit from I Can't Read onwards, but they pull up their socks a bit for If There Is Something and the rest of the show.

Heaven in Here sounds immense...the Bowie and the band sing and play furiously on this in the latter half of the number, it's something to behold. Indeed, the audience sound wild after this, cheering for encores. I'm Sorry, that follows, has some beautiful guitar on it here - a genuinely moving performance by all concerned. A shame that the Sacrifice Yourself fades out but overall a great show!


David Bowie 1972-08-27 Locarno Electric Village, Bristol, England

DAVID BOWIE - Bristol 1972-08-27

Locarno Electric Village, Bristol, England

Audience recording
Lineage: TDK D90 tape (Noggin) > Denon DRM-500 tape deck > direct wire > Goldwave for track splits > FLAC 4
Number of discs: 1
Artwork: included
Total running time: 55:30


1. Introduction
2. Hang On To Yourself
3. Queen Bitch
4. John I'm Only Dancing
5. The Supermen
6. Ziggy Stardust
7. Moonage Daydream
8. Starman
9. This Boy
10. The Width Of A Circle
11. Waiting For The Man
12. White Light/White Heat
13. Suffragette City
14. Round And Round


iZotope RX2 denoiser tool used to remove hiss.
Width of a Circle massively louder than rest of side two.  Recorded at lower level and grafted back in at 7:24 (before editing).
Volume boost to the intro and start of Hang On To Yourself to bring it in line.
Little bit of hiss around start of Waiting For The Man - impossible to remove.
Tape flip between This Boy and Width Of A Circle - removed cleanly.
Lot of volume fluctuations on side two.  Tidied up.
Gap removed between Waiting For The Man and White Light/White Heat, but abrupt start to latter
Fade out/in between White Light/White Heat and Suffragette City on source tape.
Some small clicks were evident in Width of a Circle, Waiting For The Man and White Light/White Heat.  Removed using Goldwave Pop/Click tool on default setting.


Too Much Joy 1993-01-29 The Bayou Washington, DC (DVD)

Too Much Joy 1993-01-29 The Bayou Washington, DC

Unknown lineage

False Start
William Holden Caufield
I Don't Know
Starry Eyes
What It Is
Donna Everywhere
Sort Of Haunted House
Long Haired Guys From England
Just Like A Man
King Of Beers
Crush Story
Susquehanna Hat Company
Take A Lot Of Drugs
Map Like Mine
That's A Lie
Theme Song

Link 1
Link 2

Rush 1978-02-16 The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland

Rush 1978-02-16 The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland

Rush - Premium Export
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 54:57 43:36
Catalog: Liquid Grace Productions: LG-780216-025
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: February 16, 1978
Location: The Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland


01 - Bastille Day 05:39
02 - Lakeside Park 04:50
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog 05:35
04 - Xanadu 13:25
05 - A Farewell To Kings 06:40
06 - Something For Nothing 04:19
07 - Cygnus X-1 10:51
08 - Anthem 03:35


01 - Closer To The Heart 03:37
02 - 2112 19:11
03 - Working Man 04:16
04 - Fly Ny Night 02:07
05 - In The Mood 02:42
06 - Drum Solo 06:35
07 - Cinderella Man 05:05


Eric Clapton1990-08-11 Great Woods Mansfield, MA

Eric Clapton - Third Night
Great Woods
Mansfield, MA
August 11, 1990

Disc 1:
01. Pretending
02. No Alibis
03. Running On Faith
04. I Shot The Sheriff
05. White Room
06. Can't Find My Way Home
07. Bad Love
08. Before You Accuse Me
09. Old Love

Disc 2:
01. Badge
02. Wonderful Tonight
03. Cocaine
04. Layla
05. Crossroads
06. Sunshine Of Your Love

The Band:
Eric Clapton – guitar / vocals
Phil Palmer – guitar
Greg Phillinganes – keyboards
Alan Clark – keyboards
Nathan East – bass / vocals
Steve Ferrone – drums
Ray Cooper – percussion
Katie Kissoon – backing vocals
Tessa Niles – backing vocals

Artwork Included.
Aud>?>cdr>EAC>TLH Flac 8


Del Amitri 2014-02-01 Manchester Apollo Manchester,UK

Del Amitri
Manchester Apollo
1st February 2014

Taper Gromit77

Core Sound Mics / Edirol R09 / WAV / COOL EDIT / FLAC

01 Introduction
02 Always The Last To Know
03 Kiss This Thing Goodbye
04 The Ones That You Love Lead You Nowhere
05 Just Like A Man
06 What I Think She Sees
07 Not Where It's At
08 Lucky Guy
09 Be My Downfall
10 Food For Songs
11 Tell Her This
12 In The Frame
13 Nothing Ever Happens
14 Roll To Me
15 Driving With The Brakes On
16 Hammering Heart
17 Spit In The Rain
18 Stone Cold Sober
19 Being Somebody Else
20 Drunk In A Band
21 In The Meantime
22 Here And Now
23 Just Before You Leave
24 Move Away Jimmy Blue


KISS 1975-11-15 Rockford Armory, Rockford, IL

Source: Audience recording
Location: Rockford Armory, Rockford, Illinois, U.S.A.
Date: November 15, 1975
Bootleg title:
Bootleg label:
Catalogue #:
Comments:Vocals are very low in the mix, sounds almost like an instrumental show.

Disc 1: (67:11)
1-01 Deuce
1-02 Strutter
1-03 Got To Choose
1-04 Hotter Than Hell
1-05 Firehouse
1-06 She - Guitar Solo
1-07 Ladies In Waiting
1-08 Nothin' To Lose
1-09 Bass Solo - 100,000 Years - Drum Solo
1-10 Black Diamond
1-11 Cold Gin
1-12 Rock And Roll All Nite


Sex Pistols 1976-12-09 Electric Circus Manchester, England, United Kingdom

December 09, 1976
Electric Circus
Manchester, England, United Kingdom

unknown > Aiwa Radio Cassette Recorder

TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223Q > Exact Audio Copy v0.99 prebeta 5 > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CD WAVE 1.98 > Trader's Little Helper 2.7.0

"Never Mind The Bans" CD + "Pretty Blank Disc Twelve" CD > WAV [44.1kHz/16bit] > FLAC [Level 8]  (see NOTES)


01. Anarchy In The UK
02. I Wanna Be Me
03. Seventeen
04. (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone [Paul Revere & The Raiders]
05. Satellite
06. Submission
07. Substitute [The Who]
08. No Feelings
09. (banter)
10. Liar
11. Pretty Vacant
12. (tuning)
13. God Save The Queen
14. Problems (cut)


Frustrated by a recent heavily-edited remastering of the master tape (April 2013), I decided to
piece together the most complete version of this show from circulating incomplete sources. The
"Never Mind The Bans" CD includes the encore of "Problems", but has less audience chatter at the
beginning and a few minutes of banter/tuning edited out.  The recent remaster is the exact same
edit as this CD.  The boot LP "Anarchy Tour '76", later released on CD with the Pretty Blank
15-CD box set, does not include "Problems", but is more complete at the beginning and includes
all of the between-song tuning and banter.  It also runs at/close to the correct speed, unlike
the "NMTB" CD and the 2013 remaster, which are noticably slowed down.

I extracted both CD sources with EAC and opened them in CEP2.0.  I speed-corrected the "NMTB"
source to match the speed of "PBD12" - linear compression, high precision resample - and opened
both tracks into a multitrack to check for phasing that would indicate time discrepancies. 
Where the banter was complete on the "NMTB" source, I left it untouched.  Where there was more
banter/tuning on the "PBD12" source, I deleted the between-song portions on the "NMTB" source
and inserted the appropriate amount of silence to match the "PBD12" source.  I then silenced
the songs on the "PBD12" source, as the "NMTB" source is better overall sonically.  I mixed
down the two source tracks to a single stereo track (-1.5dB for "NMTB", -3.0dB for "PBD12";
both CD sources are a little "hot", but "PBD12" more so...).  I double-checked all transistions
to make sure the waveform was seamless and saved the mixed-down file.  Wrote up a .cue file,
split into tracks with CD WAVE 1.98, and encoded to FLAC with Trader's Little Helper 2.7.0.

It sounds like a lot of work, but it was only about two hours effort.  The resulting show is the
most complete available, and is fairly seamless, with no awkward jumps or volume shifts as you
might expect.  This wouldn't be possible if the two incomplete boot releases were not sonically
similar and from the same source recording.  It's certainly not as enjoyable as a clean and
unedited transfer from the master tapes, but it will tide me (and hopefully the other five Sex
Pistols collectors in the world) over until such a source is available.

Should anyone wonder, I decided against using the April 2013 remaster in any capacity for a
couple of reasons.  The digital EQ applied by the taper made the recording sound a bit more
crisp, but pretty thin in the low end for my tastes.  In addition, there are some odd things
going on with the remaster looking at it in spectral view.  Three tracks (Anarchy, Submission,
and the "Stop Gobbing" banter have a full and natural frequency response, while the other tracks
all show a steep high-end rolloff from 12000kHz - 20000kHz.  It also seems strange that a fresh
remaster from the master tapes made in January 2013 has the same edits as a 2004 boot release.
Overall, the new source just seemed a little too "fiddled-with" to use for this project.  Ah,
the delightful world of Sex Pistols live tapes!  As a Nirvana guy, I have a deep and newfound
respect for the state of the Nirvana trading community :D


01 Anarchy In The UK.flac:f7c0d9feafb6b58345b01b6614ba82e8
02 I Wanna Be Me.flac:66fe461f560479b0c63dba2034e4aa7b
03 Seventeen.flac:8dba5f2f7e9e743de37d0baf9ee2ab71
04 (I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone.flac:a2520e9a7e50b580654b27a58da1df2e
05 Satellite.flac:8b0da350f8a224a4ade7188b13a0fb56
06 Submission.flac:c3aecbcc83f715a3278abe61afad00c7
07 Substitute.flac:89708485014970cdeb12321888f575f0
08 No Feelings.flac:dc2cbe541ab8cecda058ee19f01ac98e
09 (banter).flac:36ae386f5803a3d158f263117ecd4295
10 Liar.flac:89fb49bbf797843d7f82e7c8eea3c230
11 Pretty Vacant.flac:550f07bcf77e5db8e756d684da0cf909
12 (tuning).flac:9cfe173f924facafaf4095d4538296f0
13 God Save The Queen.flac:1d35dbdafb5121930c5a4bfb2b979c28
14 Problems.flac:8b104dcda6a29968a86b1e247e0fa0ab





Wednesday, October 22, 2014

David Bowie 1972-08-20 The Rainbow Theatre London, Finsbury Park, UK

David Bowie - Ziggy live at the Rainbow 1972
Recorded live at the Finsbury Park Rainbow Theatre 20th August 1972 (2nd Night)
Artwork: Included
Source: Audience recording

Silver disc --->Soundforge --->Flac 8 --->MWP

Running time (1:23:11)

01 Ode to Joy
02 Lady Stardust
03 Hang Onto Yourself
04 Ziggy Stardust
05 Life On Mars
06 The Supermen
07 Changes
08 Five Years
09 Space Oddity
10 Andy Warhol
11 My Death
12 Width of a Circle (Cut)
13 Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
14 Starman
15 Moonage Daydream
16 Queen Bitch
17 Suffragette City
18 White Light White Heat
19 Waiting For The Man

A phenominal audience recording for the period; from the second night of the famous "Rainbow" shows, rumoured to have been recorded by a mate of Woody Woodmansey.
This was recently sent to me on CDR by Bofinken who asked if I could clean it up a bit and torrent it. To be perfectly honest it was so good I had very little to do. I cleaned off a tiny bit of hiss, removed a few crackles and pops then balanced the volume between tracks and channels. There is a cut in "Width of a Circle", the discs had the missing section badly replaced by a section from the officially released "Ziggy Stardust - The Motion Picture", this I obviously removed.

In my opinion this is as good if not better than the famous Maloney Boston recording and must rank as one of the best Ziggy audience recordings. Part of this show has been booted as "Rainbow Theatre" and complete as "Rainbow - The Magic Theatre", It is certainly an upgrade on both of these. The recording was also remasterd and torrented a few years back as "Up yours Reg" by Downunder2 (Steve), I haven't heard this but I'd be suprised if this is any worse.

The running time is annoyingly just over that of a standard disc, how you wish to split it is up to you, the artwork suggest after "My death",  I actually burnt it complete on a 90 min CDR (Be warned: 90 min discs will play on most PC's but not on most home stereos)

A big thankyou to Bofinken for the discs and Steve for the additional background info.
If you have this show already, I'd love to know how it compares. If not, I know your going to enjoy this.


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

AC/DC 1976-07-31 Barbarellas, Birmingham, England



31 july 1976


rock n roll singer
she's got balls
the jack
high voltage
baby please dont go

lineage - tdk tape > wav > flac

transfered by p.j.b


Rush 1978-02-14 City Hall, Sheffield, England

Rush - Rush 'N' Tyne United
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 43:16, 40:31
Catalog: Mekon Records: 016/017
Source: Audience
Date: February 14, 1978
Location: City Hall, Sheffield, England


01 - Bastille Day   5:01
02 - Lakeside Park   4:33
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:18
04 - Xanadu   12:57
05 - A Farewell To Kings   6:33
06 - Something For Nothing   4:11
07 - Anthem   4:39


01 - 2112   20:30
02 - Working Man   4:20
03 - Fly By Night   2:06
04 - In the Mood   2:39
05 - Drum Solo   6:06
06 - Cinderella Man   4:46


KISS 1975-08-23 Calderone Concert Hall Hempstead, NY

kiss calderone concert hall hempstead new york(usa)august-23-1975
joe maloney analog master this is a repost not a reseed

lineage audience analog master to cdr krw transfer to eac to tlh flac level 8
  the band
ace frehley lead guitar vocals
peter criss drums vocals
paul stanley guitar vocals
gene simmons bass vocal

set list cd 1 analog side 1
1 Deuce
2 Strutter
3 Got To Choose
4 Hotter Than Hell
5 Firehouse
6 She/ace Solo
7 Nothin' To Lose
8 C'mon And Love Me
9 100,000 Years/peter Solo
   tape flip
cd 2 analog side 2
1 100,000 Years/peter Solo(cont)
2 Black Diamond
3 Cold Gin
4 Rock And Roll All Nite
5 Let Me Go, Rock 'N' Roll

thanks to joe for letting us transfer his masters


U2 1981-05-11 Rainbow Music Hall Denver,CO

May 11, 1981
Rainbow Music Hall
Denver, CO

Source: FM Broadcast KAZY-FM
Lineage: KAZY-FM broadcast>Cassette tape>CDR>FLAC

I attended this show and recorded the concert when it was broadcast a couple of days later (I have included a scan of the ticket stub). This was the second time
in less than two months that U2 played this venue (the previous date was 3/28/1981). Barry Fey, the local concert promoter, convinced the band to
come back one more time before the end of thier tour, as a result of the positive response to the first show. The band also played the Rainbow Music Hall
one more time on February 27, 1982. It was during these trips to Denver that Barry Fey and Chuck Morris took the band to Red Rocks, and planted
the seed that would become "Under a Blood Red Sky", and finally the DVD (a show I also attended, and froze my a** off), and the rest is history. If you can't tell, I am
very proud of the role Denver, and Feyline Concerts, played in the early career of U2 (which was confirmed by Bono in March 1982, when I met him while I was on Spring
Break, in Phoenix, and was the only one at Wave World who knew who they were. They were the opening act for a J.Geils Band concert. Check out the enclosed picture of The Edge, Larry
and Bono, in red).

This is a first generation tape of this show, although I know other versions of this show exist out there. Unfortunately, I didn't realize this was
going to air until it was on. This resulted in me having to find a tape, and I missed most of "The Ocean". There is also a tape flip gap at the very beginning
of "Out of Control", but not too bad. The only songs I believe are missing from the set are "Twilight" and the encore of "I Will Follow" (played for the
second time!). Also, between "An Cat Dubh" and "Into the Heart" is a station ID for KAZY.

I have not done any "re-mastering" to this, so it is exactly how it aired. I apologize for the slight gap between songs, but my initial transfer to CDR
put these at the song breaks. I tried to re-transfer from the original tape, but the tape broke! This is my favorite concert that I have recorded, and it and the band hold a very
special place for me. Thank you for reading (if you have) this long trip down memory lane, and ENJOY.


1.  The Ocean (part of)
2.  11 O'Clock Tick Tock
3.  I Will Follow
4.  An Cat Dubh/Into the Heart
5.  Touch
6.  Another Time, Another Place
7.  The Cry/The Electic Co.
8.  Things to Make and Do
9.  Stories for Boys
10. Boy/Girl
11. Out of Control


David Bowie 1972-08-19 The Rainbow Theatre London, Finsbury Park, UK

David Bowie - Starman Over The Rainbow (1972) Flac [2cd]
The Rainbow Theatre
London, Finsbury Park, UK
19th August 1972
Plus BBC & Outakes
Good Quality Recordings
Artwork Included

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

In August '72 Bowie staged a couple of special shows known as "The Ziggy Stardust Shows", including the Lindsey Kemp mime troup and a specially built stage. This is a release of the only known tape of one of these shows. The sound quality is so-so, but it doesn't matter. The tape ends in the beginning of MOONAGE DAYDREAM, and I'm sure that at least ROCK'N'ROLL SUICIDE was played too? The bonus tracks are mostly BBC recordings, but some studio outtakes as well. One song has never been available on disc before, and that is SOMETHING HAPPENS. It sounds like it was recorded around '71. The other odd song is DON'T BE AFRAID, which only has been available on the LP STARDUST FROM THE 70'S (1984) before. Here it is presented in better sound quality. The three last songs are not mentioned on the cover. A great Australian release!

Disc 1

01. - intro -
02. Lady Stardust
03. Hang On To Yourself
04. Ziggy Stardust
05. Life On Mars?
06. The Supermen
07. Changes
08. Five Years
09. Space Oddity
10. Andy Warhol
11. My Death
12. The Width Of A Circle
13. The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud
14. Starman
15. Queen Bitch
16. Suffragette City

Disc 2

01. White Light White Heat
02. Waiting For The Man
03. - band intro -
04. Moonage Daydream

Sounds Of The Seventies, Kensington House, London, UK 11th January 1972
05. Waiting For The Man
06. Queen Bitch

Johnny Walker Show, Aeolian Hall, 22th May 1972
07. Changes
08. Oh! You Pretty Things

Sounds Of The Seventies, Maida Vale Studios, London, UK 23rd May 1972
09. Andy Warhol
10. Lady Stardust
11. White Light White Heat

Sounds Of The Seventies, Maida Vale Studios, London, UK 18th January 1972
12. Waiting For The Man
13. Queen Bitch

14. Something Happens
15. Don't Be Afraid
16. All The Young Dudes
17. Sweet Jane

Top Of The Pops, BBC Studios, London, UK 14th April 1972
18. Starman

19. All The Young Dudes
20. Don't Be Afraid


Monday, October 20, 2014

David Bowie 1972-07-08 Royal Festival Hall, London, Eng.

Live With Lou

Royal Festival Hall, London
8th July 1972

Lo-gen cassette > Digital transfer and remastering 2005 > Flac

01 Intro
02 Hang Onto Yourself
03 Ziggy Stardust
04 Life On Mars
05 The Supermen
06 Starman
07 Changes
08 Five Years
09 Space Oddity
10 Andy Warhol
11 Amsterdam
12 I Feel Free
13 Moonage Daydream
14 White Light White Heat *
15 Waiting For The Man *
16 Sweet Jane *
17 Suffragette City

* features Lou Reed

Artwork by Walter Ego


Rush 1978-02-14 City Hall. Newcastle, England

Rush - The Age Of Kings
Media: 2 CDR
Source: Audience
Date: February 14, 1978
Location: City Hall. Newcastle, England


01 - Bastille Day  5:34
02 - Lakeside Park  4:40
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog  5:28
04 - Xanadu  12:34
05 - A Farewell To Kings  6:09
06 - Something For Nothing  4:26
07 - Cygnus X1  10:16


01 - Anthem  4:36
02 - Closer To The Heart  3:43
03 - 2112  18:13
04 - Working Man Medley  6:06
05 - Fly By Night  2:04
06 - In The Mood  2:36
07 - Neil Peart Solo / In The Mood  5:59
08 - Cinderella Man  5:38


Sunday, October 19, 2014

Bruce Springsteen 1974-11-01 Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA

Spanish Harlem Incident On Philly, Masterpiece, ESB 11174A/B
Tower Theater, Philadelphia, PA, USA, November 01 1974

Original Silver Discs --> EAC (Secure) --> Waw --> Flac Level 8 & Align
EAC Log Files, md5 Files (Flac & Waw), Artwork Included (Front, Back & Discs 300 dpi)

101 - Incident On 57th Street
102 - The She Kissed Me
103 - Spirit In The Night
104 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
105 - The E Street Shuffle
106 - Born To Run
107 - Spanish Harlem
108 - It's Hard To Be A Saint In The City
109 - She's The One
110 - Jungleland

201 - Kitty's Back
202 - New York City Serenade
203 - Rosalita
204 - 4th Of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
205 - A Love So Fine


David Bowie 1972-06-19 Southampton Civic Centre Southampton

David Bowie and the Spiders from Mars

Southampton Civic Centre
19 June 1972

Audio Source: Audience
Lineage: Trade > Raw tape transfer to CDR > Sound Studio > FLAC 8 > MWP

Soundforge 7.0 (normalize & fades) > CD wave > flac

Number of Discs: 1 disc
Disc one tracks 1-08: 24m 35s

Artwork: included

Short tape from an early Ziggy gig.
Sound quality poor. Show incomplete.

This is only for the completists, sound quality about 4-5 or in the old school about a C-.
If anyone has a more complete version or can verify the actual source (and date) of this recording we would be very grateful.


01 intro > Ode to Joy
02 Hang on to Yourself
03 Ziggy Stardust
04 The Supermen
05 Queen Bitch
06 Space Oddity
07 Chat
08 Andy Warhol