Friday, September 19, 2014

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA) Volume 5 (A Collection Of Great Dance Videos) HRV DVD 005E

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 5 (A Collection Of Great Dance Videos)
HRV DVD 005E

Video: NTSC (16:9)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 12 mins

Crystal Voyager
1972
Crystal Voyager is a 1973 surf film directed by David Elfick and was filmed, written and narrated by surfer, photographer and filmmaker George Greenough in 1972. The song Echoes is featured during the final sequence comprised of footage shot by Greenough from his surfboard.

French Windows
1972
Ian Emes’ first animated film, inspired by One Of These Days. The film went on to win awards across the world and lead to an invitation to work with Pink Floyd.

Dark Side Of The Moon Concert Films
1974 - 1975
Concert backdrop films of Time (animation by Ian Emes), Money, Us & Them, Brain Damage, and Eclipse.
Originally projected during performances of Dark Side Of The Moon from 1974-1975.

Welcome To The Machine
1976
Animated film designed and directed by Gerald Scarfe. Originally projected during the Animals tour in 1977.

Pig Launch Film, Battersea Power Station, London
3 December, 1976
Footage of the inflatable pig being launched above Battersea Power Station.
Edited by Harvested Records, 2002.

Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)
1980
Promotional video for the single Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) directed by Gerald Scarfe.

When The Tigers Broke Free
1982
Promotional video for the single When The Tigers Broke Free directed by Alan Parker from the film Pink Floyd The Wall.

The Final Cut Video EP
1983
Promotional videos of The Gunner’s Dream, The Final Cut, Not Now John, and The Fletcher Memorial Home were released as an extended play video on VHS in the U.K. The source of this video is from a pre-broadcast TV master which features an uncensored (and longer) version of Not Now John as well as an alternate running order. Screenplay by Roger Waters, directed by Willie Christie.
Released on 25 April, 1983.

Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser


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The Rolling Stones - 1967-02-xx Olympic Sound Studios, London

Rolling Stones - 1967-02-xx (Olympic Sound Studios, London)

01 - She's A Rainbow (Takes 1-2) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 1 CD2)
02 - She's A Rainbow (Takes 3-7) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 1 CD2)
05 - Blues #3 (Takes 27-31) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)
06 - Blues #3 (Takes 32-39) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)
07 - Blues #3 (Takes 40-44) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)
08 - Blues #3 (Retakes 1-2) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)
09 - Blues #3 (Retake 3) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)
10 - Blues #3 (Retakes 4-5) (Stereo, Satanic Sessions Box 2 CD2)

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David Lee Roth 1986-xx-xx Eat Em and Smile Outtakes



David Lee Roth
Eat Em and Smile Outtakes
1986 Unreleased Studio Recordings
MD5, & EAC Logs Included
Torrent Size: 120MB

Here are the rare EEAS demos from 1986.
I received this disc in 2000 from a fan on the old VHTrade Yahoo Email List.

Lineage: Y2K Trade CD-R -> EAC [secure] -> WAV -> Trader's Little Helper 2.2.2 (Build 152) -> FLAC Encoding [level8]

No SBEs and NOT MP3 sourced according to Trader' Little Helper!

The Band:
Vocals: David Lee Roth
Guitars: Steve Vai
Bass: Billy Sheehan
Drums: Gregg Bissonette

[01] Yankee Rose (2:31)
[02] I'm Easy (2:30)
[03] Ladie's Nite In Buffalo (4:08)
[04] Elephant Gun (2:26)
[05] Big Trouble (4:05)
[06] Bump And Grind (2:37)
[07] Jam (1:28)
[08] David Lee Roth Back In Control Room Take 1 (0:23)
[09] David Lee Roth Back In Control Room Take 2 (0:48)


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Kansas 1980-11-20 The Palladium New York,NY



Band:        Kansas
Title:        Final Visions (Remaster)
Tour:        Audio Visions
Date:        November 20, 1980
Venue:        Palladium
Place to be:    New York City USA

Manufacturer:    Black Rose Entertainment
Catalog:         BRCD 2001-036-1/2
Matrix:        CCTD10930D / CCTD10930D
Barcode:         none
Conversion:    silver CD's > EAC > Sound Forge 6.0 > dBPowerAMP > Flac (level 8)
Flacs by:        kerrylives

==> Excellent Broadcast <==

Disc 1:

01 Prelude - Wagner's Lohengrin
02 Point Of Know Return
03 Icarus - Borne On Wings Of Steel
04 Paradox
05 Hopelessly Human
06 Cheyenne Anthem (excerpt)
07 Dust In The Wind
08 You Think You've Got It Made
09 Mask Of The Great Deceiver

Total time: 44:01 mins.

Disc 2:

01 Miracles Out Of Nowhere
02 Loner
03 Anything For You
04 Don't Open Your Eyes
05 Got To Rock On
06 No One Together
07 Hold On
08 Relentless
09 Portrait (He Knew)
10 Carry On Wayward Son
11 Outro

Total time: 50:15 mins.


Notes:

This is Kansas live at the Palladium during their Audio Visions tour, recorded here in it's entirety. It's an excellent and flawless radio broadcast, without any interference of an announcer or commercials. The beginning of the show is phenomenal: Wagner's Lohengrin is played over the PA and the band comes onstage in total darkness and blends in beautifully with the classical piece before kicking into Point Of Know Return. Sadly this tour is also the last one with the original line up, before Steve decided to leave the band. What makes this show very interesting is the fact they play one song of Steve's and one of Kerry's solo album back to back. It's kind of stange to hear Steve's sing the lyrics of Mask Of The Great Deceiver. But so was it to hear Black Sabbath's Ronnie James Dio sing the studio version. Track one of the second disc was continued for some minutes on the second track, but I fixed this. I torrented this show the first time around April last year but this time I did some remastering to make the show sound even better. Anyway, this show will be a nice addition to your Kansas collection.

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Van Halen 1975-xx-xx Schools Out Pasadena High School




Van Halen

Pasadena High School
The Village Recorder (LA)
Electric Ladyland Studios(NY)
Hollywood CA
Bootleg title: "Schools Out"

Lineage of show: SB >1st gen cass>Kenwood KX-77CW tape deck>Creative Labs
Audigy 2 24bit>WAV>Adobe Audition>WAVES Audio Restoration
Tools>WAV>CDWave>WAV>FLAC Frontend>FLAC(level 8)

Quality of show:
Feb 1975 A+
April 1975A+
Gene Simmons Demos A+
Transferred by Wooda
File Size: 294 MB, FLAC

Disc 1
Total Time: 54:32
Pasadena High Feb 75
1. I Wanna Be Your Lover 3:05
2. In For The Kill 5:34
3. Take Your Whiskey Home 3:37
4. WIldfire 3:34

Pasadena High April 75
5. Chevrolet 2:25
6. Maybe I'm A LEO 3:14
7. Brown Sugar 3:55
8. And We All Had A Real Good Time 3:34
9. Walk Away 4:07
10. Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo 4:51
11. Don't Call Us, We'll Call You 3:44
12. I Live With Fools 5:53

Gene Simmons Demo
13. House Of Pain 3:36
14. Runnin' With The Devil 3:23

Artwork is included.
**************************************************************************
Terms of use:
* - Feel free to share or trade this recording with whomever you like.
* - Do not sell this recording.
* -Enjoy the damn thing how & whenever you like!
**************************************************************************

Notes from Wooda:
I won't rehash old news, but the version of these songs on many sourses most notebly Just Before The Eruption is junk. Since I was the source of the original tapes, I can now offer you what I believe to be the best quality you will ever find.

QUALITY: Try and Match it!!! Listen to Chevrolet, and listen to the soundman
dialing in the sound, increadable!
NOTES: I think they may have been at their peak in 1975. They were tight and
they were hungry! They played most covers better than the artists
themselves. here we have

In For the Kill (Budgie)
Wildfire (Spooky Tooth)
Chevrolet (ZZ Top)
Maybe I'm A LEO (Deep Purple)
Brown Sugar (ZZ Top)
And We All Had A Real Good Time (Edgar Winter Group)
Walk Away (James Gang)
Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo (Rick Derringer)
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You (Sugarloaf)
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Billy Idol 1984-06-01 Poplar Creek Music Theater Hoffman Estates, IL

Billy Idol
06-01-84
Poplar Creek Music Theater
Hoffman Estates, IL

Super Groups Broadcast

FM > ? > cdr(x) > eac > wav > flac 6

01. Intro
02. Don't Stop
03. (Do Not) Stand In The Shadows
04. Blue Highway
05. Eyes Without A Face
06. White Wedding
07. Flesh For Fantasy
08. Hot In The City
09. Rebel Yell
10. Dancing With Myself
11. Outro


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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Lucero 2014-09-11 Blue Moose Tap House Iowa City, IA


LUCERO
Blue Moose Tap House
Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Sept. 11, 2014

Source: Superlux HK8 > Edirol UA-5 > Nomad Jukebox 3 (.wav @ 48 kHz)
Transfer: JB3 > PC > Adobe Audition 3.0 > CD Wave Editor > Traders Little Helper > FLAC

01 intro
02 The Devil and Maggie Chascarillo
03 On My Way Downtown
04 Nights Like These
05 When You're Gone
06 Chain Link Fence
07 Hey Darlin', Do You Gamble?
08 Texas & Tennessee
09 Women & Work
10 Tonight Ain't Gonna Be Good
11 Raising Hell
12 It Gets Worst at Night
13 Kiss the Bottle
14 Slow Dancing
15 Darken My Door
16 Bikeriders
17 The Last Pale Light In the West
18 Toadvine
19 The War
20 Shelter
21 All Sewn Up
22 Sixes and Sevens
23 Drink 'Till We're Gone
24 Tears Don't Matter Much
25 My Best Girl
26 Summer Song
27 Fistful of Tears


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Rick Vito 2014-09-14 Savoy Bordesholm Germany

Rick Vito 2014-09-14 Savoy Bordesholm Germany
taped by: RCM
transferred by: RCM

filesize: 701 mb
showtime: 1 hr 51 min 14 sec
RC.212a_aud.okmIIr.r.09.flac.16


OKM IIR > A3> Edirol R-09 (16bit/44.1kHz) >Secure Digital SD-card>
USB2.0 Interface>soundforge/audioedit>Wav-Splitter>flac.frontend lev.8>flac

SET 1: (54:30)
====

101. Introduction [1:52]
102. Meet Me At Midnight [4:40]
103. Glory Road [6:51] ****
104. Mr. Lucky [5:57]
105. Looking For Somebody [5:49]
106. Fleetwood Boogie [6:00]
107. Money And Love [5:12]
108. Steelin' A Wave [5:50]
109. Mojo On My Side [5:05]
110. Love Is Dangerous [7:14]


SET 2: (56:44)
====
201. Talk That Talk [5:32]
202. So Many Roads [4:39]
203. Pretty Women [4:26]
204. She's Got It All [5:02]
205. You Can Run [6:01]
206. Rosie [5:39]
207. Lucky Devil [6:19]
208. Rythm [4:30]
209. Would'nt Lay My Guitar Down [3:35]
210. audience [1:15]
211. E: Shake Your Moneymaker [5:17]
212. E: Albatross [4:29]

Line up:

Rick Vito - guitars, vocals
Charlie Harrison - bass
Rick Reed - drums


NOTE:

Track103*** was interrupted due to some heavy amplifer problems. Rick managed it very professional.
One or two of the following tracks also suffering some short strange noises caused by the amplifer,
but nothing serious.
It was a wonderful show by Rick Vito and his band "The Lucky Devils". I always have been a big
fan of Rick Vito since his famous gig with Roger McGuinn at Rockpalast way back in 1977. 


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The Police 1979-06-15 London, Radio Capital Studios

THE POLICE
London, Radio Capital Studios
June 15, 1979

01.Interview
02.Message In A Bottle
03.The Bed's Too Big Without You

TT 11:43

Lineage: Radio Capital broadcast > n generation copy > Aiwa Tape Deck AD-WX828 > Creative Audigy SE > HD >
SoundForge 7.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend (level 6)

I like those "shortie but goodie" bits that I usually find on the b-sides of various tapes. Back in the analog-days, we
used to optimize room in the tapes (they were expensive!) during trades and when there was enough room to fill with
little snippets, it was a good idea to ask to fill it till the end. Specifically, this small Police session was at the
end of a Yes show. I listened to it and liked it very much. Soundwise this is a bit muffled, the recording shows its age
but still enjoyable. For the record, the music is live in the studio!

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Rush 1977-11-19 War Memorial Auditorium. Rochester, NY

Rush - Rochester, NY '77
Media: 2 CDR
Source: Audience
Date: November 19, 1977
Location: War Memorial Auditorium. Rochester, New York

DISC 1:

01 - Intro 0:32
02 - Bastille Day  4:36
03 - Lakeside Park 4:38
04 - Bytor And The Snowdog  4:44
05 - Xanadu  11:44
06 - A Farewell To Kings  6:01
07 - Something For Nothing  3:59
08 - Cygnus X-1 8:16

Disc 2:

01 - Anthem  4:37
02 - Closer To The Heart 3:19
03 - 2112   18:37
04 - Working Man 4:09
05 - Fly By Night 1:58
06 - In the Mood 2:30
07 - Drum Solo 5:50
08 - Cinderella Man 1:59


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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Men At Work 1983-06-18 Teatro Tenda Lampugnano, Milano, Italy

Men At Work - Teatro Tenda Lampugnano, Milano, Italy, June 18th 1983, from master.

Fantastic show !

1. Touching The Untouchables  ???????????
2. No Restrictions
3. I Can See It In Your Eyes
4. The Longest Night
5. Blue For You
6. Overkill
7. Down Under
8. Dr. Heckle & Mr. Jive
9. No Sign Of Yesterday
10. People Just Love To Play With Words (jump in)
11. High Wire (1 glitch)
12. Helpless Automation  ?????????
13. I Like To
14. Underground >
15. Who Can It Be Now

Encores :

16. Mr. Entertainer  ????????????
17. It's A Mistake
18. Catch A Star   ???????????
19. Be Good Johnny

Colin Hay - Vocals/Guitar
Ron Steykart - Guitar/vocals
Jerry Speiser - Drums/vocals
Greg Ham - Sax, flute, keyboards/vocals
John Rees - Bass/vocals

In some songs there is a volume variation, that is on the master tape.

My pass of the show is included in the torrent if somebody want to create some artwork.

Master cassette > Nakamichi >  amplifiers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.


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David Bowie At the Beeb 1969-1972




David Bowie
liberated bootleg: At the Beeb 1969-1972 Archive Productions
lineage: original silver > EAC > FLAC (8)

(do not believe any of these tracks have been included in the official release, Bowie at Beeb: Best of BBC Radio 68-72: http://www.amazon.com/Bowie-Beeb-Best-Radio-68-72/dp/B00004Y5A8/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1198086704&sr=8-1 if you don't already own this amazing collection, be sure to get it.  It is superior to this bootleg in everyway possible)

01. White Light, White Heat 4.02
02. Let Me Sleep Beside You 3.14
03. Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed 3.57
04. Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud 4.37
05. Bombers 2.43
06. Looking For A Friend 3.00
07. Almost Grown 2.07
08. Kooks 3.06
09. Superman 2.49
10. Ziggy Stardust 3.16
11. Five Years 4.21
12. Starman 3.59
13. Rock & Roll Suicide 3.05
14. Hang On To Yourself 2.38
15. Waiting For The Man 5.02
total: 52.05

tracks 1, 10-15: Spiders from Mars (1972)
tracks 2-3: Juniors Eyes (October 1969)
track 4: Hype (May 1970)
tracks 5-6: Ronno (June 20, 1971)
tracks 7-8: Arnold Corns (June 20, 1971)
track 9: Bowie & Ronson (October 1971)



**original artwork included in this torrent**


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Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA) Volume 4 (The 1970's) HRV DVD 005D

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 4 (The 1970's)
HRV DVD 005D

Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 33 mins

Holland Pop Festival ‘70, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
28 June, 1970
Live performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured in the Cine3/Planet film Stamping Ground.
Directed by Jason Pohland.

ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
4 & 5 December, 1970
Pink Floyd were reported to be filming a segment for French TV. They performed an untitled instrumental often referred to as Corrosion, an improvisational jam that segued into Embryo. This clip was featured on a Roland Petit Special shown on French TV.
Broadcast on ORTF1 TV on 2 January, 1971.

Musikhalle, Hamburg, West Germany
25 February, 1971
Stadthalle, Offenbach, West Germany
26 February, 1971
Excerpts of a live performances of Atom Heart Mother (Musikhalle) and A Saucerful Of Secrets (Stadthalle) were filmed for the German TV show Aspekte.
Broadcast on the ZDF TV network on 2 March, 1971.

Abbaye de Royaumont, Royaumont, France
15 June, 1971
Live performances of Cymbaline and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were filmed for the TV program Cinq Grand Sur La Deux.
Broadcast on ORTF2 on 12 July, 1971.

Hakone Aphrodite ‘71, Hakone, Japan
7 August, 1971
Edited excerpts of a live performance from the Hakone Aphrodite Festival were featured on an unknown Japanese television. A live performance of Atom Heart Mother was overdubbed and used as the audio track for the original broadcast.
This clip features audio of Atom Heart Mother recorded live at the Community Concourse of the San Diego Convention Center on 17 October, 1971.

Randwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
15 August, 1971
Excerpts of a live performance of Careful With That Axe Eugene (with overdubbed sound taken from Ummagumma) along with an interview and promotional video for Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on the local early evening TV show Get To Know.
Broadcast on the ABC TV network on 15 August, 1971.

The Dome, Brighton, England
28 & 29 June, 1972
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun. Filmed by Peter Whitehead for Peter Clifton’s Sound Of The City (in the UK) and Rock City (in the US). Set The Controls was not released until it debuted in Peter Clifton’s Heart Of The Sun film.

Various Ballet Footage
1972 & 1973
Actualites Mediterranee - Excerpts from The Ballet de Marseille dress rehearsals filmed on 21 November, 1972, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 22 November, 1972.

JT Nuit - Excerpts from live performances of The Ballet de Marseille, Marseille, Salle Valliers, France.
Broadcast on ORTF on 26 November, 1972.

Journal de Paris -  Rehearsals filmed in Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France on
12 January, 1973.
Broadcast on ORTF on 16 January, 1973.

JT Soir -  Rehearsals from Palais des Sports de la Porte de Versailles, Paris, France.
Filmed and broadcast on ORTF on 12 January, 1973.

Knebworth Festival, Knebworth Park, Hertfordshire
5 July, 1975
A live performance of Raving & Drooling was filmed by TF1 which was later featured as part of a news segment. The audio features a recording from the Los Angeles Sports Arena on 26 April, 1975.
Broadcast on TF1 on 8 July, 1975.

Bonus Clip
Parc des Expositions Les Arenes, Poitiers, France
29 November, 1972
Pre-show footage, intercut with a few brief live shots and interviews were filmed by a local French TV
crew but was never broadcast.

Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

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The Rolling Stones Rough, Dirty and Irresistble!




The Rolling Stones
ROUGH, DIRTY AND IRRESISTIBLE!
Document Records  DR 012 CD
BBC July 25, 1964 & Paris l'Olympia April 18,1965
Lineage: Original silver CD > Wav  > Flac

 2  part live disk featuring tracks 1-5 from the Joe Loss Show live in London, England July '65 and a show from Paris, France April 18, 1965 at the Paris L'Olympia in excellent mono, taken from tape. Dynamic sound quality considering the era. Overall, two high energy performances.
     

(1-5) London, England - July 25, 1964
(6-16) L'Olympia, Paris, France - April 18, 1965

CD tracks:
  1. It's All Over Now
  2. If You Need Me
  3. Confession The Blues
  4. Carol
  5. Mona
  6. Around And Around
  7. Off The Hook
  8. Time Is On My Side
  9. Carol
10. It's All Over Now
11. Little Red Rooster
12. Route 66
13. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
14. The Last Time
15. It's Alright
16. Hey Crawdaddy

Thanks to the uploader.

Artwork is included.

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Gov't Mule 1994-08-06 Joshua's Breckenridge, CO




Gov't Mule
08/06/94 (Sat)
Joshua's
Breckenridge, CO

Recording Info: AUD Schoeps CMC 4,41 O.R.T.F. 7' On Stand 25' Center > Canare Quad Star > Koch Power Supply > Canare Quad Star > Koch Mod Panasonic SV-255

Tranfer Info: DAT X3 @ 48k > MT 24/96 > Dell Home P.C. > R8Brain 48 to 44 sample rate conversion > CD Wave > Flac

Recorded & Transfered By Ed Boardman

Disc 1: T01 Rockin' Horse > T02 Blind Man In The Dark > Mr Big, T03 Mother Earth, T04 The Same Thing, T05 Young Mule Blues, T06 Intro > End Of The Line, T07 Monkey Hill > She's So Heavy Jam > T08 Gambler's Roll

Disc 2:  T01 Politician, T02 Left Coast Groovies > T03 World Of Difference, T04 Sin's A Good Man's Brother, T05 Just Got Paid, T06 E: Yonder Wall


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Pablo Cruise 1977-05-22-28 The Cellar Door Washington, DC




Pablo Cruise
Rock Around The World Radio Broadcast LP
The Cellar Door
Washington, DC
Air Date May 22-28, 1977

LP -> ion usb turntable -> FLAC

Intro (0:43)
Can't You Hear The Music (4:15)
Never Had A Love (5:50)
Whatcha Gonna Do (4:37)
Ocean Breeze (11:20)
A Place In Sun (5:06)
Zero To Sixty In Five (5:35)

Scans of label and supporting material included


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Pablo Cruise 2014-06-07 Newton Theatre Newton, NJ



Pablo Cruise
Newton Theatre
Newton, NJ
June 7, 2014


Excellent AUD recording

Setlist (one set; tracked for buring to 2 CDs):
101. Worlds Away
102. A Place In The Sun
103. El Verano
104. Raging Fire
105. Cool Love
106. Island Woman
107. Atlanta June
108. I Get Tired (Just Thinking Of You)

201. Zero To Sixty In Five
202. Banter and band intro
203. Don't Want To Live Without It
204. Love Will Find A Way
205. I Go To Rio
206. Ocean Breeze
207. Whatcha Gonna Do?

Approx. running time:  112 minutes


Lineage:
Zoom H2 (120 degree mic pattern) > WAV (onto SD card) > Nero wave editor (trim & fade end tracks) > Cool Edit Pro (volume boost, hard limited to -0.1dB of peak volume) > FLAC Frontend (sb-aligned) > FLAC

Recorded, transferred by TheCommish

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David Bowie The Unissued BBC Sessions 1967-1972




 Bootleg Information
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David Bowie
The Remains From The Rise Of Ziggy Stardust (CD1)
[The Unissued 1967 - 1972 BBC Sessions]


Tracklisting
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 1. Love You Till Tuesday (3:04)
 2. When I Live My Dream (3:38)
 3. Little Bombardier (3:30)
 4. Silly Boy Blue (3:28)
 5. In The Heat Of The Morning (2:40)
 6. When I'm Five (3:04)
 7. Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed (3:52)
 8. Buzz The Fuzz (2:24)
 9. Karma Man (3:04)
10. London Bye Ta-Ta (2:38)
11. An Occasional Dream (2:52)
12. Janine (3:30)
13. The Wild-Eyed Boy From Freecloud (4:14)
14. Fill Your Heart (2:23)
15. The Prettiest Star (2:40)
16. I'm Waiting For The Man (5:42)
17. The Width Of A Circle (5:37)
18. The Supermen (3:03)

* Tracks 1-5 : Top Gear Session, Piccadilly 1 Studio (18 December 1967). This session
  was aired on 24-12-67 and repeated on 28-01-68. All songs scored and performed
  by Arthur Greenslade and his 16 piece orchestra; individual musicians unknown.
  David Bowie: vocals and guitar. Produced by Bernie Andrews.

* Track 6 : Top Gear Session, Piccadilly 1 Studio (13 May 1968). Aired on 26-05-68
  and repeated on 20-06-68. Performed by David Bowie and the 14 piece "Tony Visconti
  Orchestra", including Herbie Flowers: bass; Barry Morgan: drums; John Mclaughlin:
  guitar; David Bowie: vocals and guitar; David Bowie, Tony Visconti, Steve
  Peregrine-Took: backing vocals; unknown string players. Produced by Tony Visconti.

* Track 7: Dave Lee Travis Session, Studio 2, Aeolian Hall (20 October 1969). Aired
  on 26-10-69. Performed by David Bowie and Junior's Eyes: David Bowie: vocals and
  guitar; Mick Wayne: guitar; Tim Renwick: guitar; John Lodge: bass; John
  Cambridge: drums. Produced by Paul Williams.

* Tracks 8-15 : John Peel Sunday Show Session, BBC Paris Studio (05 February 1970).
  Performed by David Bowie and The Tony Visconti Trio (a.k.a. The Hype): John
  Cambridge: drums; Tony Visconti: bass; Mick Ronson: guitar; David Bowie: vocals and
  guitar. Produced by Jeff Griffin. This probably is Bowie's most interesting BBC
  recording, as he played a number of songs of which the only live version is
  available from this show.

* Tracks 16-18: Andy Ferris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Playhouse Theatre (25
  March 1970). By David Bowie and The Hype: David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick
  Ronson: guitar; Tony Visconti: bass; John Cambridge: drums. Produced by Bernie
  Andrews.


David Bowie
The Remains From The Rise Of Ziggy Stardust (CD2)
[The Unissued 1967 - 1972 BBC Sessions]


Tracklisting
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 1. Queen Bitch (3:52)
 2. The Supermen (3:04)
 3. Song For Bob Dylan (Featuring George Underwood) (5:26)
 4. Andy Warhol (Featuring Dana Gillespie) (3:40)
 5. Oh! You Pretty Things (3:19)
 6. Kooks (3:23)
 7. Fill Your Heart (2:49)
 8. Port Of Amsterdam (3:09)
 9. Andy Warhol (2:55)
10. Ziggy Stardust (3:19)
11. Queen Bitch (2:59)
12. I'm Waiting For The Man (5:27)
13. Lady Stardust (3:20)
14. White Light/White Heat (3:55)
15. John, I'm Only Dancing (3:01)
16. Lady Stardust (3:19)
17. Star (2:56)

* Tracks 1-4: John Peel In Concert Session, BBC Paris Studio (05 June 1971).
  This concert by Bowie and friends was aired on 20-06-71. David Bowie: vocals,
  piano, 12-string guitar; Mark Carr-Pritchard: guitar; Mick Ronson: guitar;
  Trevor Bolder: bass; Mick Woodmansey: drums; George Underwood, Dana Gillespie
  and Geoffrey Alexander: vocals and backing vocals. Produced by Jeff Griffin.
  SONGS EDITED TO REMOVE RELEASED TRACKS WHILE STILL MAINTAINING THE SONGS INTROS!

* Tracks 5-9: Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Studio T1, Kensington
  House (21 September 1971). Aired at 04-10-71. David Bowie: vocals, piano and
  guitar; Mick Ronson: guitar, backing vocals and bass. Produced by John Muir.
  FADED ''Oh! You Pretty Things'' TO REMOVE ''EIGHT LINE POEM'', WHICH IS AVAILABLE!

* Tracks 10-13: John Peel Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Studio T1, Kensington
  House (11 January 1972). Aired on 28-01-72. David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick
  Ronson: guitar, piano and backing vocals; Trevor Bolder: bass; Mick Woodmansey:
  drums. Produced by Jeff Griffin. With this January 1972 session, Bowie and the
  Spiders unleashed Ziggy Stardust to the world!

* Track 14: Bob Harris Sounds Of The Seventies Session, Maida Vale Studio 5 (23
  May 1972). Broadcast at 19-06-72. David Bowie: vocals and guitar; Mick Ronson:
  guitar, piano and backing vocals; Trevor Bolder: bass; Mick Woodmansey: drums.
  Produced by Jeff Griffin.

* Tracks 15-17: BBC Radio Broadcast (21 September 1972). A sessions aired on the
  Rick Wakeman show. They comment on the fact that these are collectors items and
  were recorded for the BBC on 21-09-72. However, this is unverifiable.

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Rush 1977-11-12 The Palladium, New York, NY

Rush - New York 1st Gen
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 46:17, 40:58
Catalog:
Source: Audience, 1st Generation
Date: November 12, 1977
Location: The Palladium, New York, NY

DISC 1:

01 - Bastille Day  4:34
02 - Lakeside Park  4:47
03 - By-Tor And The Snow Dog  5:26
04 - Xanadu  11:53
05 - A Farewell To Kings  6:11
06 - Something For Nothing  4:14
07 - Cygnus X-1  9:10

DISC 2:

01 - Anthem  4:29
02 - Closer To The Heart  3:44
03 - 2112   18:35
04 - Working Man 4:13
05 - Fly By Night  2:02
06 - In The Mood  2:37
07 - Drum Solo  5:16


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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Bruce Springsteen We're Are On The Air (Complete Radio Shows 1973-1974)

Bruce Springsteen

5 shows radio broadcasted with interview

FM > ? > FLAC > TLH (fixed SBEs) > FLAC

Disc 1
101 - 1973-01-10 - Introduction
102 - 1973-01-10 - Satin Doll
103 - 1973-01-10 - Chat
104 - 1973-01-10 - Bishop Danced
105 - 1973-01-10 - Band Introduction
106 - 1973-01-10 - Circus Song
107 - 1973-01-10 - Chat
108 - 1973-01-10 - Song To Orphans
109 - 1973-01-10 - Chat
110 - 1973-01-10 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street_
111 - 1973-01-10 - Chat
112 - 1973-01-10 - Blinded By The Light (edit)

113 - 1973-05-31 - Satin Doll
114 - 1973-05-31 - Band Introduction
115 - 1973-05-31 - Does This Bos Stop At 82nd Street
116 - 1973-05-31 - Chat
117 - 1973-05-31 - Circus Song
118 - 1973-05-31 - Chat
119 - 1973-05-31 - Growin' Up
120 - 1973-05-31 - Chat
121 - 1973-05-31 - New York Song
122 - 1973-05-31 - Chat
123 - 1973-05-31 - You Mean So Much To Me

Disc 2
201 - 1973-06-02 - Interview
202 - 1973-06-02 - Satin Doll
203 - 1973-06-02 - Chat
204 - 1973-06-02 - Circus Song
205 - 1973-06-02 - Chat
206 - 1973-06-02 - New York Song
207 - 1973-06-02 - Growin' Up
208 - 1973-06-02 - Chat
209 - 1973-06-02 - Mary Queen Of Arkansas

210 - 1974-03-09 - Satin Doll
211 - 1974-03-09 - Chop Suey
212 - 1974-03-09 - Satin Doll (take 2)
213 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
214 - 1974-03-09 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street
215 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
216 - 1974-03-09 - Growin' Up
217 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
218 - 1974-03-09 - Mary Queen Of Arkansas
219 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
220 - 1974-03-09 - Wild Billy's Circus Story
221 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
222 - 1974-03-09 - Sentimental Journey
223 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
224 - 1974-03-09 - The Fever
225 - 1974-03-09 - Chat
226 - 1974-03-09 - Something You Got
227 - 1974-03-09 - (Love's Like A) Heatwave

Disc 3
301 - 1974-04-09 - Band Introductions
302 - 1974-04-09 - Satin Doll
303 - 1974-04-09 - Chat
304 - 1974-04-09 - Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street_
305 - 1974-04-09 - Chat
306 - 1974-04-09 - Growin' Up
307 - 1974-04-09 - Chat
308 - 1974-04-09 - Wild Billy Circus Story
309 - 1974-04-09 - Chat
310 - 1974-04-09 - 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)
311 - 1974-04-09 - Chat
312 - 1974-04-09 - Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)

313 - 1974-11-04 - Bruce On WMMR-FM


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Van Halen 2013-04-20 Stone Music Festival, ANZ Stadium Sydney, Australia







VAN HALEN
2013-04-20
Stone Music Festival, ANZ Stadium Sydney, Australia
Recorded and mastered by Navigator

SP-CMC-8 (AT 943) > SP-SPSB-11 > Edirol R-09 (16/44.1) > Adobe Audition 3 (with iZotope Ozone 4 mastering plug-in) > CD Wave Editor (track splitting) > HAT (align sector boundries, FLAC)


CD1

01. Unchained
02. Runnin' with the Devil
03. She's The Woman
04. Romeo Delight
05. Tattoo
06. Everybody Wants Some!!
07. Somebody Get Me A Doctor
08. China Town
09. (Oh) Pretty Woman
10. Drum Solo


CD2

11. You Really Got Me
12. Dance the Night Away
13. I'll Wait
14. Hot For Teacher
15. Beautiful Girls
16. Ice Cream Man
17. Panama
18. Eruption
19. Aint' Talkin' 'Bout Love
20. Jump


Notes:
Recorded from section 129-1, aisle 128, row 2 (floor level).
Outdoor gig, difficult one to tape...it was a cold, windy, rainy day in Sydney. Not one of my best recordings.  



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U2 1981-03-28 Rainbow Music Hall Denver,CO




U2
1981-03-28 Denver, USA - Rainbow Music Hall

Sound Quality: Fair/Good audience

Lineage : audience > ??? > Cassette > Nero SoundTrax > Nero Wave Editor > CD-R > CD Wave Editor > FLAC FRONTEND (V1.7.1) > FLAC (LEVEL 5)


Setlist :

01. The Ocean
02. Twilight
03. I Will Follow
04. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
05. An Cat Dubh
06. Into The Heart
07. Another time, Another Place
08. The cry / The Electric Co.
09. Things to Make And Do
10. Stories For Boys
11. Boy / Girl
12. Out Of Control
13. A Day Without Me
14. 11 O'clock Tick Tock
15. The Ocean
16. I Will Follow

Duree 58:38

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David Bowie "The Essential David Bowie" EDB 001-EDB 003



David Bowie
"The Essential David Bowie" 3CD-set

For anyone who thinks that the "Shout To The Top" 4CD set of "The Rise And Rise of Ziggy Stardust" is the shit when it comes to Bowie's BBC-sessions, think again. These three silver disc bootlegs have been produced directly from the master tapes compiled in preparation for the aborted "Bowie at the BEEB" 3CD-set set to be released on the NMC-label in the mid-nineties. The STTP-discs simply took these recordings, replete with all clicks, pops and sector boundary errors, and then boosted them by 5db... In this torrent you can find the original recordings, with most clicks & pops and all SBE's carefully removed and with no unnecessary "hard limiting". As a bonus, the discs contain a set of demo & studio recordings from 1967-1969 which have been doing the rounds on numberous bootleg CD compilations but nowhere sound as clean as they do here (they are seemingly taken directly from the master tape also used for the vinyl bootleg album, "Little Toy Soldier").

This torrent comes with full scans of the artwork.
Enjoy!

recording information (the liner notes on the artwork aren't entirely accurate; these notes hopefully are)


Disc 1: EMERGED FROM SHADOWS (EDB 001)

1967-12-18: Top Gear (TX 1967-12-24 and 1968-01-28)
    01. Love You 'till Tuesday
    02. When I Live My Dream
    03. Little Bombardier
    04. Silly Boy Blue
    05. In The Heat Of The Morning

1968-05-13: Top Gear (TX 1968-05-26 and 1968-06-20)
    06. When I'm Five

1967-1969: various home demo & studio recordings
    07. Right On Mother (1968 demo)
    08. He Was Alright (a song for Marc)(full length 1968 demo)
    09. Waiting For The Man (1967 studio recording)
    10. Little Toy Soldier (1967 studio recording)
    11. Space Oddity (1969 demo)
    12. The Supermen (1969 demo)

1972-05-16: Sound Of The Seventies: John Peel (TX 1972-05-23)
    13. White Light/White Heat
    14. Moonage Daydream
    15. Hang Onto Yourself
    16. Suffragette City
    17. Ziggy Stardust


Disc 2: KISS THE VIPER'S FANG (EDB 002)

1969-10-20: Dave Lee Travis Show (TX 1969-10-20)
    01. Unwashed & Somewhat Slightly Dazed
    02. Let Me Sleep Beside You
    03. Janine

1970-03-25: Sound Of The Seventies: Andy Ferris (TX 70-04-06; repeat 70-05-11 on the David Symonds Show)
    04. Waiting For The Man
    05. The Width Of A Circle
    06. The Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud

1971-06-03: The Sunday Concert: John Peel (TX 71-06-20)
    07. Queen Bitch
    08. Bombers
    09. The Supermen
    10. Looking For A Friend
    11. Almost Grown
    12. Kooks
    13. Song For Bob Dylan
    14. Andy Warhol
    15. It Ain't Easy

1972-05-22: Johnny Walker Lunchtime Show
    16. Starman (TX 1972-06-06/07/08/09)
    17. Space Oddity
    18. Changes
    19. Oh! You Pretty Things (TX 1972-06-05)


Disc 3: NOBODY'S CHILDREN (EDB 003)

1972-05-23: Sound Of The Seventies: Bob Harris (TX 1972-06-19)
    01. Andy Warhol
    02. Lady Stardust
    03. White Light/White Heat
    04. Rock'n'Roll Suicide

1971-09-21: Sound Of The Seventies: Bob Harris (TX 1971-10-04)
    05. The Supermen
    06. Oh! You Pretty Things/Eight Line Poem
    07. Kooks
    08. Fill Your Heart
    09. Amsterdam
    10. Andy Warhol

1972-01-18: Sound Of The Seventies: Bob Harris (TX 1972-02-07)
    11. Hang Onto Yourself
    12. Ziggy Stardust
    13. Waiting For The Man
    14. Queen Bitch
    15. Five Years

1972-01-11: Sounds Of The Seventies: John Peel (TX 1972-01-28)
    16. Ziggy Stardust
    17. Queen Bitch
    18. Waiting For The Man
    19. Lady Stardust


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Men At Work 1983-12-02 Rockpalast - Markthalle Hamburg Germany



Venue: Rockpalast - Markthalle
Location; Hamburg Germany
Quality A
Do Not sell or Encode to mp3!!!!!
Disc 1
Disc One: (11 tracks / 41:13)
01. (fades into) No Restrictions
02. I Can See It In Your Eyes
03. People Just Love To Play With Words
04. Overkill
05. Touching The Untouchables
06. Catch A Star
07. Underground
08. Helpless Automation
09. Highwire
10. Down Under
11. F-19
Disc 2
Disc Two: (8 tracks / 47:44)
01. Shintaro
02. Who Can It Be Now?
03. Mr. Entertainer / crowd
Encore 1:
04. It’s A Mistake
05. I’d Like To
06. Be Good Johnny / piped in waltz / crowd
Encore 2:
07. Upstairs In My House
08. Keypunch Operator

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Monday, September 15, 2014

The Rolling Stones Chess Studios 2120 South Michigan Avenue Chicago IL. THE CHESS SESSIONS




Rolling Stones
Chess Studios
2120 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago IL.

THE CHESS SESSIONS

A Sister Morphine Production
MORPH 20 [No 0153]
Mitsui Gold Disc
Released 2001

Gold Disc > eac (secure) > flac level 6

 June 10, 1964
01. It's All Over Now
02. I Can't Be Satisfied
03. Stewed And Keefed (Brian's Blues) [Instrumental]
04. Time Is On My Side (v1)

 June 11, 1964
05. Good Times, Bad Times [acoustic]
06. Don't Lie To Me
07. Around And Around
08. 2120 South Michigan Avenue [Instrumental]  (v1)
09. Empty Heart
10. Down In The Bottom
11. Reelin' And Rockin'
12. Down The Road Apiece
13. High Heeled Sneakers
14. Look What You've Done
15. Confessin' The Blues
16. 2120 South Michigan Avenue [Instrumental]  (v2)
17. If You Need Me
18. Tell Me, Baby (How Many Times)

 November 11, 1964
19. Time Is On My Side (v2)
20. Little Red Rooster
21. What A Shame
22. Fanny Mae [BBC]

 May 10, 1965
23. Mercy Mercy
24. That's How Strong My Love Is
25. The Under-Assistant West Coast Promotion Man

Bonus
26. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Tracks in Mono
4,5,7,8,9,11,15,22,23,24 & 25

Notes:
After a dissapointing first half of their inaugural American tour, the Stones were brought to Chicago for these sessions. The first day on June 10 the Stones were thrilled by the appearance of several vistors in the studio including Buddy Guy, Chuck Berry and Willie Dixon. When the band arrived the next day (June 11), none other than Muddy Waters was there and helped them lug guitars and amps into the studio, and then stayed around to chat with the boys, who were astonished by the whole experience

Artwork included
frequency analysis of track 02 included
spectral frequency of track 02 included
md5 included checked and passed
SBEs checked and passed

Fantastic sound of the Brian Jones Era



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The Rolling Stones BBC Radio Sessions 1963-65



Between September/October of 1963 and August of 1965, the Rolling Stones recorded numerous radio sessions for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).  Most of these sessions were recorded off the air at the time, and the BBC preserved some recordings themselves.  There have been numerous bootleg releases of this material over the years.  For an overview, see Chris M.'s great site:  http://www.rollingstonesnet.com/BBCStones.htm.  As Chris notes, all available songs were compiled by Invasion Unlimited on their "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" set.

I do not like the sound of the Invasion Unlimited release.  Every mono track, which means 47 out of 51, has been electronically reprocessed for fake stereo, and IU has smothered any hiss with heavy noise reduction.

This set is my remastering of the same songs, plus two short interviews omitted on "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb," without fake stereo or extreme noise reduction.  This is not a remaster of "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb."

Contrary to popular belief, "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" was not made from tapes.  It was mostly made from three bootlegs, all of which I have also used extensively:  1) The Swingin' Pig's "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.  Released legally in 1988 but later made illegal after the laws were changed, this CD is made entirely from 1985 BBC rebroadcasts.  Sound quality is excellent.  Some tracks were taken from BBC transcription discs (records) and had slight surface noise, which I have attempted to remove.  Mono tracks were also converted to true mono; on the CD the left and right channels were slightly different.  2) "Don't Lie to Me," a German bootleg LP released in 1985, made entirely of old tapes recorded off the air at the time.  3) "Crackin' Up," probably a German bootleg LP, released in 1986 and also made entirely of old tapes recorded off the air at the time.  I also used a few other sources as noted below.  Some of the records don't run at the correct pitch but I'm not enough of an expert to get them exactly right.  Where things sounded wrong, I limited pitch changes to a maximum of + or -3%.  For the LP/EP sources, I did everything I could to improve the sound (removing hiss, hum, re-EQ'ing) without harming the music.  I didn't have access to VGP's "The Lost Treasure," which might have better sources for its material.

CDs were ripped using Exact Audio Copy and/or CueTools to ensure accuracy.  LPs were transferred using a Music Hall turntable, Ortofon cartridge, Adcom preamp, and Cakewalk UA-1G A/D converter.  LP noise was removed with ClickRepair; all other editing and enhancements were performed using Adobe Audition.  Tracks were split using CD Wave, and tagged and converted to FLAC with foobar2000.

For several sessions, there are differences of opinion on line as to when the sessions were recorded or the song order.  See http://rocksoff.org/radio.htm and http://www.nzentgraf.de/books/tcw/works1.htm.  "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" has similar information but not exactly, so my song order is not quite the same either.  All tracks here are ordered by recording date not broadcast date; "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" uses them interchangeably.

CD1:

Sep. 23 or Oct. 5, 1963; broadcast Oct. 26
1.01. Come On
1.02. Memphis, Tennessee
1.03. Roll Over Beethoven
All songs from "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.

Feb. 3, 1964; broadcast Feb. 8
1.04. Don't Lie to Me
1.05. You Better Move On
1.06. I Wanna Be Your Man
1.07. Mona (I Need You Baby)
1.08. Walking the Dog
1.09. Bye Bye Johnny
All songs from "Don't Lie to Me" LP.

March 8, 1964 (broadcast date, recorded Feb. 8-March 7 on UK tour)
1.10. Roll Over Beethoven from "Don't Lie to Me" LP.
1.11. Beautiful Delilah from "I Can't Judge the Music by Looking at the Cover" EP.  EP lists the wrong date; thanks to Chris M. for listing the correct date.

March 18, 1964, or October 8, 1964; major discrepancy on date and source here
1.12. Ain't That Loving You Baby
From "How Britain Got the Blues," remastered by Remasters Workshop.  This version is probably copied from "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb," which probably got it from the "Rape of the Vaults" LP, which I don't have.

March 19, 1964; broadcast May 9
1.13. Route 66 (live)
1.14. Cops and Robbers (live)
1.15. You Better Move On (live)
1.16. Mona (I Need You Baby) (live)
All songs from "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.  These songs are recorded in stereo but there were no stereo radios in 1964, so the BBC broadcast one channel over the radio and the other over TV.

April 10, 1964
1.17. Hi-Heel Sneakers (live)
1.18. Little By Little (live)
1.19. I Just Want To Make Love To You (live)
1.20. I'm Moving On (live)
All songs from "Got Live if You Want It" bootleg from trade CDR.  This was apparently made by VGP but no company is listed; perhaps they were nervous about releasing official material (not included here) and using official artwork.  Major improvement over "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" source.  I have toned down VGP's aggressive mastering so these songs better match the others.

April 13, 1964; broadcast April 18
1.21. I Just Want to Make Love to You
1.22. Walking the Dog
1.23. Not Fade Away
1.24. Beautiful Delilah
1.25. Hi-Heel Sneakers
1.26. Carol
Beautiful Delilah is from "Don't Lie to Me" LP.  Not Fade Away is from "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD. Remaining four are from "Crackin' Up" LP, slowed down 3%.  There is overlap between the LPs here; "Beat Beat Beat at the Beeb" chose to go with "Don't Lie to Me" wherever possible and I chose "Crackin' Up" wherever possible.  Each has its advantages.

CD2:

May 25, 1964; broadcast June 6
2.01. Down In The Bottom
2.02. You Can Make It If You Try
2.03. Route 66
2.04. Confessin' The Blues
2.05. Down The Road Apiece
All songs from "Don't Lie to Me" LP.

July 17, 1964
2.06. It's All Over Now (live)
2.07. If You Need Me (live)
2.08. Confessin' the Blues (live)
2.09. Carol (live)
2.10. Mona (I Need You Baby) (live)
All songs from "Crackin' Up" LP.

July 17, 1964 (studio); broadcast July 23
2.11. Around and Around
2.12. If You Need Me
2.13. I Can't Be Satisfied
2.14. Crackin' Up
All songs from "Crackin' Up" LP.

Oct. 8, 1964; broadcast Oct. 31
2.15. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
From "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.

March 1, 1965; broadcast March 6
2.16. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2.17. Down the Road Apiece
2.18. The Last Time
2.19. Interview with Mick Jagger & Brian Jones
All songs from "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.

Aug. 20, 1965; broadcast Aug. 30 and Sep. 18
2.20. Mercy, Mercy
2.21. Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Going)
2.22. Interview with Mick Jagger
2.23. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
2.24. The Spider and the Fly
2.25. Interview with Mick Jagger
2.26. Cry to Me
2.27. Fanny Mae
All songs from "Get Satisfaction... If You Want!" CD.

Includes cue sheets with CD Text for playing or burning.  First uploaded to Dime by watchit, March 2012.

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Gov't Mule1994-06-13 Center Stage Theater Atlanta, GA


Gov't Mule
6/13/94
Atlanta, GA
Center Stage Theater



Taper: unknown
Source: unknown
I received it in a trade
from Torsten
CDR transferred to flac

Set:
Rocking Horse >
Blind Man In The Dark,
Monkey Hill,
Left Coast Groovies >
World Of Difference,
Just Got Paid,
The Same Thing

Seeded by Raimax (I`m not the taper)
From The German Mule-Junkies:
RoryGallagher (a.k.a. Axel)
Raimax (a.k.a. Rainer)
BluesOxator (a.k.a. Christian)
"One Kickin`Ass !" Mule Project

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The Beatles - 1968 - Primal Colours





The Beatles - 1968 - Primal Colours (Unreleased Album)

This is a fascinating piece. An intended album release from 1968, which was pulled at the last minute. Contains some classic cuts. Many of these tracks would, later see the light of day, in slightly different form, in the wonderful White Album released later in 1968.

In May 1968, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison assembled at Kinfauns, George Harrison’s home in Esher, and demoed 23 songs. The majority of these songs were conceived during the group's visit to Rishikesh, India in the spring of 1968, where they undertook a transcendental meditation course with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

Each of the Beatles left Rishikesh before the end of the course for various reasons, with Ringo Starr and then Paul McCartney departing first, and Lennon and George Harrison departing together later.

John Lennon said that his songs "Yer Blues" and "I'm So Tired" chronicle his discomfort and loneliness in India. According to some reports, Lennon left because he felt personally betrayed by rumors that Maharishi had made sexual advances toward a young woman. Shortly after he decided to leave, Lennon wrote a song called "Maharishi" which included the lyrics, "Maharishi/You little twat"; the song became Sexy Sadie.

Regardless of the motivations behind Lennon's departure, the Rishikesh retreat, which was also attended by music figures such as Donovan, Mike Love, and Paul Horn, marked a period of extraordinary musical experimentation and songwriting creativity for the Beatles.

Tracks:

1. Brian Epstein Blues
2. Back In The U.S.S.R.
3. A Case of The Blues
4. Blackbird
5. Piggies
6. Birthday
7. Yer Blues
8. Mother Natures Son
9. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
10. Child Of Nature
11. Helter Skelter
12. Junk
13. Honey Pie
14. Old Brown Shoe

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Neil Young 2014-07-10 Marque, Docklands, Cork Ireland



Neil Young & Crazy Horse
2014-07-10
Live at the Marque, Docklands, Cork Ireland


Contrast clause: This is a different recording than Thor's excellent recording avialable:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=498373

Source: Schoeps MK40 > Tinybox > Edirol R-05 (24bit/44.1kHz)
Location: Slightly left of soundboard.

Transfer:USB > Soundforge 7.0 for normalizing, 16bit/44.1kHz conversion > CDWave (tracking) > Flac(8)

Taped, transfered and torrented by ridemyllama

219

01. Love And Only Love
02. Goin' Home
03. Days That Used To Be
04. After The Gold Rush
05. Love To Burn
06. Separate Ways
07. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
08. Don't Cry No Tears
09. Blowin' In The Wind
10. Red Sun
11. Heart Of Gold
12. Powderfinger
13. Psychedelic Pill
14. Rockin' In The Free World
15. Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?
16. encore break
17. Roll Another Number



Tour: 2014 World Tour with Crazy Horse
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 9

Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
Rick Rosas - bass
Dorene Carter - vocals
YaDonna West - vocals

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Neil Young 2014-07-07 Laugardalshšllin, Reykjav’k, Iceland

Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse

2014-07-07
Laugardalshšllin, Reykjav’k, Iceland
ATP Iceland

01. Love And Only Love
02. Goin' Home
03. Days That Used To Be
04. Don't Cry No Tears
05. Love To Burn
06. Separate Ways
07. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
08. Blowin' in the Wind
09. Heart of Gold
10. Barstool Blues
11. Psychedelic Pill
12. Who's Gonna Stand Up and Save the Earth? *
13. Rockin' in the Free World
---
14. Like a Hurricane

* - song debut

Source: Zoom h1 > wav > audacity > flack

Tour: 2014 World Tour with Crazy Horse
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 9

Neil Young - vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals
Rick Rosas - bass
Dorene "Sweetie" Carter - vocals
YaDonna West - vocals

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The Rolling Stones - 1967-01-22 Sunday Night At The London Palladium, ATV Show

Rolling Stones - 1967-01-22 (Sunday Night At The London Palladium, ATV Show)

01 - Connection (Ready Steady Stones)
02 - Ruby Tuesday (Ready Steady Stones)
03 - It's All Over Now (Ready Steady Stones)
04 - Let's Spend The Night Together (Ready Steady Stones)

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Men At Work 1983-06-01 UC Berkeley Theater Berkley, CA.

Men At Work 6-1-83
Venue:UC Berkeley Theater
Berkley, CA.
Quality A+

1-Overkill
2-Dr Heckle and Mr Jive
3-Underground
4-The Longest Night
5-Down Under
6-Blue For You
7-High Wire
8-No Sign Of Yesterday
9-Who Can It Be Now
10-Helpless Automaton
11-It’s A Mistake
12-Mr Entertainer
13-Be Good Johnny

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

U2 1981-03-20 The Old Waldorf San Francisco, CA



"Twilight At The Old Waldorf"

San Francisco, CA, USA

The Old Waldorf

March 20, 1981

Format: 1 CD-R

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Source: ???

Quality: Good Audience

Taper: - - -

Transfer: CD-R [obtained in trade] > Easy CD-DA Extractor > dB Power AMP Music Converter > Flac

Converted to Flac by: Midnight

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Disc One: [62:30]
01. The Ocean
02. Twilight
03. I Will Follow
04. 11 O' Clock Tick Tock
05. An Cat Dubh
06. Into The Heart
07. Another Time, Another Place
08. Cry / The Electric Company
09. Things To Make And Do
10. Stories For Boys
11. Boy Girl
12. Out Of Control
13. A Day Without Me
14. 11 O' Clock Tick Tock
15. The Ocean
16. I Will Follow

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Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA) Volume 3 (1969) HRV DVD 005C

Pink Floyd Video Anthology (RevA)
Volume 3 (1969)
HRV DVD 005C

Video: NTSC (4:3)
Audio: PCM 2.0 Stereo/Mono
Running Time: Approx 1 hour 30 mins

Forum Musiques, ORTF Studios, Buttes Chaumont, Paris
22 January, 1969
Mimed performances of Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the French TV show Forum Musiques.
Broadcast on ORTF1 on 15 February, 1969.

Royal Festival Hall, London
14 April, 1969
Anthony Stern filmed the band rehearsing songs from The Man & The Journey suite, performed later that evening at the Royal Festival Hall.

SDR TV Villa Berg Studios, Stuttgart, West Germany
22 July, 1969
Mimed performances of Corporal Clegg and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV program P-1.
Broadcast on the SDR TV network on 21 September, 1969.

Essen International Pop & Blues Festival  Grugahalle, Essen, West Germany
11 October, 1969
Live performances of Careful With That Axe Eugene and A Saucerful Of Secrets were featured on the TV special Essen International Pop & Blues Festival  which was broadcast on German TV network ZDF.

Actuel Festival, Mont de lnclus, Amougies, Belgium
25 October, 1969
Excerpts from live performances of Green is the Colour, Careful With That Axe Eugene, and Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun were featured on several French TV programs. These clips are from the film Music Power, a documentary on the Actuel Festival.

Video restoration: RonToon
Audio restoration: MOB
Artwork: Chris for Ediskrad Studios
Quality Control: Big Ed
Special Thanks: Dr. Forrester, Mooncusser

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Men At Work 1982-xx-xx San Diego

Men at Work
San Diego
1982
FM Broadcast


Source: FM Broadcast (I believe KBCO-FM, Boulder, CO)
Lineage: Broadcast>Fuji FR-II tape>CDR>FLAC8


I recorded this when it was originally broadcast in 1982. I am not sure of the exact performance date, but believe it to be no later than 1982 as "Cargo" had not been released yet. As Colin Hay states before "High Wire" (a track from "Cargo"), they are in San Diego and that no-one will have heard this song yet. With the recent uploads of Colin Hay shows, I decided to dig this out of my tape archives and digitize. I have not seen that this has ever been on DIME before, or that any of it has been released officially. Unfortunatley, my tape ran out half way through "Be Good Johnny", but otherwise it is pretty flawless (and 1st generation). Enjoy.

The Band:

Colin Hay- Vocals, Guitar
Ron Strykert- Guitar, vocals
Jerry Speiser- Drums, vocals
Greg Ham- Sax, Flute, Keyboards, vocals
John Rees- Bass, vocals

The Songs:

01. Down Under
02. Down by the Sea
03. Touching the Untouchables
04. Oh Tokayo
05. Helpless Automation
06. High Wire
07. Who Can it Be Now?
08. Mr. Entertainer
09. Be Good Johnny (part of)

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Nirvana 1993-11-09 Stabler Arena, Lehigh University Bethlehem, PA



NIRVANA
November 9, 1993
Stabler Arena, Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA

DISC #1/1 (77:12)
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01) Radio Friendly Unit Shifter
02) Drain You
03) Breed
04) Serve The Servants
05) About A Girl
06) Heart-Shaped Box
07) Sliver
08) Dumb
09) Come As You Are
10) Lithium
11) Pennyroyal Tea
12) School
13) Polly
14) Milk It
15) Rape Me
16) Territorial Pissings
17) Smells Like Teen Spirit
18) All Apologies
19) Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam
20) In Bloom
21) On A Plain

GENERATION
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«  LEGACY OF NOISE  » UNOFFICIAL CD (M) ->  EAC -> WAV [44.1kHz] -> REWORKED (see notes)->FLAC [LEVEL 8]

SOURCE (AUD#?)
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This is not listed as a confirmed  «  new  » source by LN staff at this time, listed as sourced from AMT#1 on LN bootography, but, as presumed  a while ago, this is certainely another AUD source (needs to be confirmed)

TRANSFER
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PHILIPS DVDR1660P1  drive ? EAC ? SOUND FORGE 9,0->TLH

NOTES
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Incomplete show, missing everything after «  On A Plain  »
-For people who don't have the CD or a clean rip of it...lowest generation in circulation, from a mint copy
-Art scans included
-Opinions and suggestions about this source are HIGHLY welcome
-Speed-corrected and retracked properly
I've corrected the pitch (my ears) and re-tracked the whole thing, just to make a serious comparison with the AMT#1 source, and I have my own opinion about the source used for this boot now
This is my first attempt in reworking a recording, finding the correct runninplease don't be rude;)

enjoy


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