Thursday, March 26, 2015

Steve Earle 1987-07-18 Chestnut Cabaret, Philadelphia, PA

Steve Earle and The Dukes
Chestnut Cabaret, Philadelphia, PA
18th July 1987

01 Nowhere Road
02 Racin' In The Street (Springsteen)
03 Sweet Little '66
04 Goodbye's All We've Got Left
05 Hillbilly Highway
06 Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)
07 My Old Friend The Blues
08 Someday
09 Angry Young Man
10 I Ain't Ever Satisfied
11 (Band Introductions)
12 Johnny Come Lately
13 Brown And Root (Crowell)
14 Down The Road
15 San Antonio Girl

16 Nothin' But You
17 Continental Trailways Blues
18 My Baby Worships Me
19 Little Rock 'n' Roller
20 The Rain Came Down
21 The Week Of Living Dangerously
22 The Devil's Right Hand
23 Fearless Heart
24 I Love You Too Much
25 Dead Flowers (Jagger/Richards)
26 Guitar Town *
27 No. 29
28 Wheels (Parsons/Hillman)
20 It's All Up To You

* w/ Gary Tallent

Lineage: Soundboard: > casette-> unknown generation CDR-> trade-> EAC secure mode w/ offsets corrected->
Trader's Little Helper Flac 6 aligned on sector boundaries and checksum


U2 1981-10-19 Locarno Birmingham, England

1981-10-19 Birmingham, England - Locarno

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)
File size: 254 MB

Setlist :

01. Gloria
02. Another Time, Another Place
03. Rejoice
04. An Cat Dubh
05. Into The Heart
06. I Threw A Brick Through A Window
07. The Cry / The Electric Co
08. I Fall Down
09. October
10. Stories For Boys
11. I Will Follow
12. Twilight
13. Out Of Control (cut)

Total Time 60:44


Dire Straits 1980-10-28 The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA

DIRE STRAITS - 1980-10-28 ,Los Angeles,Roxy theatre, USA. - "ROXY,LOS ANGELES 1980"- good recording, Great Performance! (samples included)
Dire Straits
Roxy, Los Angeles
28th October 1980

Qoated from wikipedia>>>
After the recording sessions (making movies album) were completed, keyboardist Alan Clark and Californian guitarist Hal Lindes joined Dire Straits as full-time members for tours of Europe and North America.[7]

Making Movies featured longer songs with more complex arrangements, a style which would continue for the rest of the band's career. The album featured many of Mark Knopfler's most personal compositions. The most successful chart single was "Romeo and Juliet" (number 8 in the UK singles chart), a song about a failed love affair becoming one of Knopfler's best-loved songs, with a trademark he developed keeping personal songs under fictitious names.[14] The album's lengthy opening track, "Tunnel of Love", with its intro "The Carousel Waltz" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, was featured in the film An Officer and a Gentleman and became one of the group's best loved songs as well as a favourite at live concerts.<<<<<end quote


Source: Audience
format: 2cdr's

CD 1

1. Intro
2. Once upon a time in the west
3. Expresso love
4. Down to the waterline
5. Lions
6. Single handed sailor
7. Skateaway
8. Romeo and Juliet
9. In the gallery

CD 2

1. News
2. Sultans of swing
3. Les boys
4. Portobello belle
5. Angel of mercy
6. Tunnel of love
7. Wild west end
8. Where do you think you're going?

On Location Tour band line-up

Mark Knopfler : guitars and vocals
John Illsley : bass and backing vocals
Pick Withers : drums
Hal Lindes : guitars
Alan Clark : keyboards

comment J.V.Tol:

Cool versions of Single handed sailor and In the gallery and the rarely performed Les Boys.

Some very nice new arrangemants.

Comment J.S Brasme:

Nice audience recording, includes nice version of Single Handed Sailor, In The Gallery.

Rare version of Les Boys.


An absolutely great performance from Dire Straits in 1980.

Mark is full of energy energy and talks a lot during the intro's.

Funny moments occurs during a very nice version of "Les Boy's" , at the end of the intro t(Lili Marlene tune) Mark says" John Illsley there on cigars",
later during the same song somebody in the audience yells:"Dig It Pig", Mark, with a low voice, slowly repeat it "",which must make that person feels like a mentally ill person. a big laughter from the audience becomes his part.(listen last sample in the comment section)

There are some stunning and new arranged version...i love this period.
cover-art(thx KTGA) and MD5 included.


Steve Earle 1987-03-27 Manchester International I, Manchester, UK

Steve Earle & The Dukes
Manchester International I, Manchester, UK

01 Good 'Ol Boy (Gettin' Tough)
02 Someday
03 Hillbilly Highway
04 Little Rock 'n' Roller
05 Fearless Heart
06 I Love You Too Much

the broadcast did not include the entire gig, which stretched to around 12 songs.

FM (BBC) > ? > CDRx (verified digitally clean)  > EAC (secure w/ offsets) > WAV > FLAC (level 8)


Neil Young 1971-01-26, Macky Auditorium - University Of Colorado, Boulder, Co(early show)

Neil Young solo
Jan. 26, 1971, early show, Macky Auditorium, University Of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.

1 Old Man
2 Journey Through the Past
3 Heart of Gold
4 A Man Needs a Maid
5 Sugar Mountain
6 Don't Let It Bring You Down
7 Love in Mind
8 The Needle and the Damage Done
9 Ohio
10 See The Sky About to Rain
11 Dance, Dance, Dance

The source is a vinyl bootleg titled "Rocky Mountain Review," which mislabled this as the late show. It is actually the early show, with the first two songs missing: "On the Way Home" and "Tell Me Why." I took these tracks from a Rust List compilation disc titled "Boulder and Mariposa." The artwork says these tracks were transferred from vinyl disc to DAT, and then to CDR. I got this from a tree or from a trade, and have no other lineage.

Vinyl > DAT > CDR > ? > CDR from trade


David Bowie 1974-09-04 Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles, CA(minor remix)

David Bowie
Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheatre
4 September 1974

Remix of audience recording (downloaded from MWP) :
Very good quality, mixed to give a fuller sound

Original lineage :
low gen audio cassette => spin doctor => cd wave => .wav => flac

remix :
the above > Audacity + mda_image plugin > WAV > TLH > FLAC level 8

CD 1

01 1984
02 Rebel Rebel
03 Moonage Daydream
04 Sweet Thing
05 Changes
06 Suffragette City
07 Aladdin Sane
08 All The Young Dudes
09 Cracked Actor
10 When You Rock'n'Roll With Me

CD 2

01 Knock On Wood
02 It's Gonna Be Me
03 Space Oddity
04 Future Legend
05 Diamond Dogs
06 Jean Genie
07 Rock'n'Roll Suicide

I feel this is a significant improvement on this's still a little on treble-y side,
but muting treble frequencies does suppress nuances in the music so aside from adding a little more
bass I didn't do much there. I gave it a fuller sound as narrow mono can sound pretty awful in
headphones, and I listen to gig recordings in headphones for the most part.

There are some good performances here, in particular It's Gonna Be Me, Space Oddity and Rock 'n' Roll
Suicide...hopefully you will like it too.


David Bowie 1974-09-02 Universal Amphitheatre Los Angeles, CA

Class of '74 Vol III
Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheatre
2 September 1974

low gen audio cassette > spin doctor > cd wave > .wav > cdr > eac > flac

disc 1:
01 1984
02 Rebel Rebel
03 Moonage Daydream
04 Sweet Thing
05 Changes
06 Suffragette City
07 Aladdin sane
08 All The Young Dudes
09 Cracked Actor
10 When You Rock'n'Roll With Me
11 Knock On Wood

disc 2:
01 The Young American
02 It's Gonna Be Me
03 Space Oddity
04 Future Legend
05 Diamond Dogs
06 Big Brother
07 Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family
08 Time
09 Jean Genie
10 Rock'n'Roll Suicide
11 John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)

12 1984
13 Rebel Rebel
14 Moonage Daydream

Bonus tracks from a *genuine* stereo recording from Universal Amphithreatre 5 September 1984.


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Yes 1976-08-16 Mecca Arena Milwaukee, WI

Mecca Arena
Milwaukee, WI

TheTooleMan's 2009 Upgrade Edition

Source: very low generation audience recording -> TheTooleMan's Tools -> FLAC

Recently, I listened to my 2003-2004 remaster of this show and decided to scrap it. It did not do justice to the recording. So I went back to the best version of the tape and started over. This time, the results are much better.

Guess I've learned something in the past 5 years!

The 2009 Edition is much more natural-sounding than the previous version. It also addresses a problem in the transfer of the best tape, which was carried over to the 2003-2004 remaster. Digital errors in the transfer can be found near the end of "The Gates of Delirium" and extend into "Long Distance Runaround." For the new edition, I replaced that part of the recording with the same material taken from the second-best copy I have, which is nearly identical in quality. You should not be able to detect the transition between the two copies of the recording.

The master recording picked up noise from handling the microphone a couple of times. There are also a few annoying spots of clapping, whistling, and arguing. The tape had a couple of gaps, and part of the introduction of "Soon" is missing, as well as the first verse. "Heart of the Sunrise" was placed before "Gates" in the CD copy of the tape; this was probably done to fit the music onto a two-hour cassette, which was used for the CD copy. I smoothed out the cuts, closed the gaps, and filtered the rest of the distractions to reduce their impact. I would say that more than 95% of the recording is excellent, and not much was required on my part to bring out the best of it.

Art is included with this torrent. It does not reflect the three tracks of Jon introducing songs. Since the spoken introductions run between about 50 seconds to nearly two minutes, I decided they should be separated from the music. I don't remember who created the art, but it's good and I thank them again for it. Also, thanks to gr8bigboy for the best copy of the tape, and to whoever else gave me the others copies, too.

This recording captures Yes nearing the end of their 1976 tour. The band was still in high spirits and projecting strong energy. Their performance is well-honed but not rote. Overall this is a gem of a recording and worth a new listening session.

January, 2009

Yes (in 1976) were:
Jon Anderson
Chris Squire
Steve Howe
Alan White
Patrick Moraz

Tracks, CD 1:
1 Apocalypse
2 Siberian Khatru
3 Sound Chaser
4 All Good People
5 Jon's Rambling Introduction of "The Gates of Delirium"
6 The Gates of Delirium

Tracks, CD 2:
1 Long Distance Runaround
2 Patrick Moraz Solo
3 Steve Howe Solo
4 Jon Anderson Solo
5 Jon's Rambling Introduction of "Heart of the Sunrise"
6 Heart of the Sunrise
7 Jon Thanks the Tour Personnel and Introduces "Ritual"
8 Ritual
9 Roundabout


Guns N' Roses 1987-10-08 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England.

Utter Destruction
Original CDR
Lbel; D081223 Shades
Source: Hammersmith Odeon, London, England.
Venue; Hammersmith Odeon
Date: 10,8,1987.
Sound A-
time; 61;46
time; 31;25

Lineage: ---> Silver CDR ---> dbpoweramp ---> FLAC

Disc 1

1. Intro(My Way) 2. It's So Easy 3. Move To The City 4. Outta Get Me
5. Mr. Brownstone 6. My Michelle 7. Rocket Queen
8. Welcome To The Jungle 9. Nightrain 10. You're Crazy
11. Paradise City

Disc 2

1. MC 2. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 3. Reckless Life 4. Mama Kin
5. Sweet Child O' Mine 6. Whole Lotta Rosie


Neil Young 1971-01-21 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA(late show)

Neil Young
01-21-1971, Late Show, Music Hall
Boston, Massachusetts

source : 1st gen analog > dat > cdr > cdr
macintosh > xACT 1.58 > flac

   1. On The Way Home
   2. Tell Me Why
   3. Old Man
   4. Journey Through The Past
   5. Cowgirl In The Sand
   6. Love In Mind
   7. A Man Needs A Maid>Heart Of Gold
   8. Don't Let It Bring You Down
   9. There's A World (cut)
  10. Sugar Mountain
  11. Bad Fog Of Loneliness
  12. The Needle And The Damage Done
  13. Ohio
  14. See The Sky About To Rain
  15. Down By The River
  16. Dance, Dance, Dance
notes: There's a World is cut and there is a good amount of hiss
also mic rubbing and breathing noises. That said, this is another
good one that i haven't seen posted here. This is the LATE show!

Info From Sugar Mountain (thanks Tom)


Pearl Jam 1996-09-22 John F. Savage Hall: Toledo, OH (SV058 - "TOLEDO '96")

Pearl Jam
September 22, 1996
John F. Savage Hall: Toledo, OH
SV058 - "TOLEDO '96"

Source: Countryman Isomax II > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT > CDR > FLAC        (last song is Sony ECM-909a > Sony TCD-D7 > DAT > CDR > FLAC)

Digital Editing: ?Artwork: Allen Robertson ************************************
***     DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3     *** ************************************

Disc 1:

01 - Intro                                          - 01:03
02 - Sometimes                                      - 02:50
03 - Hail Hail                                      - 03:48
04 - Animal                                         - 02:41
05 - In My Tree                                     - 04:20
06 - Spin The Black Circle                          - 03:24
07 - Corduroy                                       - 05:39
08 - Last Exit                                      - 02:47
09 - Better Man                                     - 04:00
10 - Lukin                                          - 01:01
11 - Not For You                                    - 05:40
12 - Jeremy                                         - 05:01
13 - Even Flow                                      - 05:20
14 - Mankind                                        - 04:03
15 - Daughter/(I Believe In Miracles)               - 05:26

Total:  57:07

Disc 2:

01 - Habit                                          - 05:25
02 - I Got Shit                                     - 04:26
03 - Alive                                          - 05:17
04 - Blood                                          - 08:27
(Encore 1)
05 - Go                                             - 03:03
06 - Who You Are                                    - 03:49
07 - Rearviewmirror                                 - 05:35
08 - Leaving Here                                   - 07:02
(Encore 2)
09 - Indifference                                   - 04:36

Total:  47:43

***     DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3     ***

Recording Notes: This is the best known source. Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons): Ed totally botches the start of 'I Got Shit.' He tells everyone that has to go to school the next day that he'll write them excuse notes (so they can continue to play). A stunning closing with 'Indifference' with the house lights up. A solid show before a smallish crowd. This is being distributed by in tandem with, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existence. If the artwork is not included, you can find it at Compiled by spacedvest on 5/17/04.


Neil Young 1971-01-21 Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA(early show)

Neil Young
There's A World
Wild Wolf (WW12171)

Recorded live at the Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA on 01/21/71
    (early show)

Silver CD > EAC > WAV > mkwACT > SHN

Posted to 9/01 by MC66

By request; nice aud for 1971, solo Neil, check it out.

As always: no full-track reposts, sections only.

01 Introduction
02 On The Way Home
03 Tell Me Why
04 Old Man
05 Journey Through The Past
06 Cowgirl In The Sand
07 Love In Mind
08 A Man Needs A Maid
09 Heart Of Gold
10 Don't Let It Bring You Down
11 Sugar Mountain
12 There's A World
13 The Needle And The Damage Done
14 Ohio
15 See The Sky About To Rain
16 Down By The River
17 Dance, Dance, Dance


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1982-04-28 Fitzgerald's Houston, TX

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
Houston, TX


Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
Pride And Joy

16.29 TOTAL Time


Poor, very high gen. Might as well be audio only. Picture is almost completely black.


Bitrate: ??


Video Codec: MPEG2
Bitrate: 7804 kbps
Frame Rate: 29.970
Resolution: 720x480
Format: NTSC
Aspect: 4:3

Hope you all will enjoy this rare video, I think it's the only video we all have from fitzerald's. The Heartfixer version is awesome, dedicated to all SRV diehard fans.



Rush 1979-05-23 Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden(3rd source)

Rush - Admission Free
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 55:55, 50:58
Catalog: I-Vent: 610.19-98
Source: Audience
Date: May 23, 1979
Location: Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden


01 - Anthem   4:15
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   4:13
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   6:10
04 - Xanadu   12:06
05 - The Trees   5:32
06 - Hemispheres   20:22
07 - Closer To The Heart   3:13


01 - A Farewell To Kings   6:29
02 - La Villa Strangiato   10:40
03 - 2112   18:47
04 - Working Man / Bastille Day / In The Mood / Drum Solo   14:59


Steve Earle 1987-03-26 The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland

Steve Earle & The Dukes
The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland
26th March 1987

01 Guitar Town
02 Sweet Little '66
03 Goodbye's All We've Got Left
04 Good 'Ol Boy (Gettin' Tough)
05 My Old Friend The Blues
06 Someday
07 Band Introductions - Think It Over
08 Little Rock 'n' Roller
09 Fearless Heart
10 I Love You Too Much
-- Encore
11 Hillbilly Highway
12 Down The Road

Steve Earle- vocals, guitar
Ken Moore- keyboards
Reno Kling- bass
Harry Stintson- drums
Michael McAdam- guitar
Bucky Baxter- pedal steel

Source: FM
Lineage: unknown gen. CDR (trade) -> EAC secure mode w/offsets corrected -> TLH flac 8 & checksum
Files tagged with Foobar2000

The usual Guitar Town setlist, including the whole of the album plus Sweet Little '66. 

From somebody who was at the gig:
    "You have Queen's Hall down as a possible FM broadcast. I don't think it was. I think it is such a good recording because:
       1. It is a former small church so the acoustics are fantastic.
       2. The club was pretty empty that night so not a great deal of audience noise.
       3. There is an upper balcony that would have been all but empty. If the taper was up there they wouldn't have picked up a great deal of noise."


The Eagles 1975-05-15 Civic Center, Springfield, MA

The Eagles
Civic Center, Springfield, MA

source: aud 1st gen reel
Jerry Moore's 7" reel @ 7.5 ips

sony ecm 220(mono)>sony tc-152sd

lineage: cm>reel>dat>cdr>eac>cd wave>flac
transferred & seeded to Lossless Legs by Rob Berger

disc one:
01: Take It Easy
02: Outlaw Man
03: Doolin' Dalton
05: Train Leaves Me Here
06: Peaceful Easy Feeling
07: Desperado
08: Old 55
09: One Of These Nights
10: Blackberry Blossom
11: Midnight Flyer
12: The Journey Of The Sorcerer
13: One Of A Kind
14: Already Gone

disc two:
01: Good Day In Hell
02: James Dean
03: Witchy Woman
04: Chug All Night
05: The Best Of My Love*
06: Tequilla Sunrise*

notes: *Dan Fogleberg on piano


Guns N' Roses 1987-10-07 Bristol Colston Hall, Bristol, England


October 7th 1987

Bristol Colston Hall, Bristol, England

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

1.  Intro
2.  It's So Easy
3.  Move To The City
4.  Out Ta Get Me
5.  Mr. Brownstone
6.  Nightrain
7.  My Michelle
8.  Sweet Child O' Mine
9.  Rocket Queen
10. Welcome To The Jungle
11. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
12. Paradise City


Neil Young 1971-01-17 Masonic Temple Theater, Detroit, Michigan

01-17-1971, Masonic Temple Theater, Detroit, Michigan

I got this in a trade as audio cdr, no lineage known

CDR>EAC(Secure with NO C2)>Flacfrontend(level 8)

01. On The Way Home
02. Tell Me Why
03. Old Man
04. Journey Through The Past
05. Cowgirl In The Sand
06. A Man Needs A Maid
07. Heart Of Gold (piano)
08. Don't Let It Bring You Down
09. Love In Mind
10. Bad Fog Of Loneliness
11. The Needle And The Damage Done
12. Ohio
13. See The Sky About To Rain
14. Dance, Dance, Dance

Tape Exists : Yes
Length : 55
Notes : 
Tour : 1971 Journey Through The Past Solo Tour 
Band : Solo
 Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica


The Eagles 1974-07-26 Boston Garden, Boston, MA

The Eagles 1974-07-26 Boston Garden, Boston, MA

Source: AUD > MC [Joe Maloney; maloneyjoe68_at_aol_dot_com]  > shn by

Jamie Salerno [jjs4_at_cwru_dot_edu]

Disc 1 Set I [1:15:57]
1. Take It Easy
2. Outlaw Man
3. Already Gone
4. Doolin' Daltons
5. Desperado
6. Peaceful Easy Feeling
7. Midnight Flyer
8. Twenty-One
9. Blackberry Blossom
10. James Dean
11. Good Day in Hell
12. Keep On Tryin'
13. Witchy Woman

14. Chug All Night
15. Out of Control

Benefit for the North American Indian Foundation (opened for the Allman Brothers)
Also included are Toast/Jam printouts for the CD (so you can use the "Audio starts in Pause" timings to have a track end when the music stops and the subsequent track start when the music begins).

Recorded on a Sony TC-110A, using the built-in microphone (see  Original cassettes were transferred to a Mac DAW using a Denon DR-M10HR. The analog signal was first run through: a) a SAE 2800 parametric equalizer to bump the highs slightly and to remove "room boom" at around 80 MHz; & b) a Phase Linear Autocorrelator to remove hiss & expand the signal (the TC-110A did not have controls for recording; the recorder, designed for dictation, compressed the signal and recorded at a fixed level). Transferred to the Mac using a MOTU 896.  Bias Deck used to splice tape flips & even out volume level.  Bias Peak used to transfer SDII files to WAV files for shn compression.  Shntool used to correct SBEs.
This recording is one of literally dozens of concerts recorded by Joe Maloney in the late '60s - late '70s to be released to the live recording community.  The bulk of the concerts recorded were in the Boston area, with some in Maine venues.


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1982-03-07 Antone's, Austin, TX

Antone's, Austin, TX
Barton Creek Benefit,
with Kim Wilson,
Kent Dykes of Omar & The Howlers  *

got this in trade, eac & tlh used, then dime.


Voodoo Chile
Jam 292
Pride and Joy
Texas Flood
Come On
Love Struck Baby
Letter To My Girlfriend
Little Wing
Third Stone From The Sun

Rude Mood
So Excited
Know What It's Like *
You Don't Have To Go *
My Babe *
Bad Boy Blues Jam *
Texas Shuffle *
Too Much Whiskey *
Slow Blues Jam
Collins Shuffle


Rush 1979-05-23 Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden(2nd source)

Lost Circumstances
Concert House
Gothenburg, Sweden

Let me first start off the review of this recording with a WOW!  This is an incredible performance from Rush.  Anthem starts off without Alex until he joins in a minute late!  That's only the first problem for Alex.  Later on he has some difficulties with the start of AFtK.  Performing in Sweden is a rare event and the boys are up to to it with a phenomenal performance.  This is the first night of their Scandinavian tour and Geddy says he's glad to be back in Sweden again, and so is the crowd.  The band sounds incredibly powerful tonight and Geddy is really going the extra mile on the high notes.  There is some low end distortion that occasionally pops up during the really heavy sections, but nothing distracting.  You can hear Neil's drums very well, including the ride cymbal!  The recording has an excellent stereo atmosphere the correctly captures the ambience of the venue well.  Highly recommended recording for any Rush fan. 

Disc 1
A Passage To Bangkok 
By-Tor And The Snow Dog 
Something for Nothing 
The Trees 

Disc 2
Closer to the Heart 
A Farewell to Kings 
La Villa Strangiato 
Working Man


Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Yes 1976-08-14 Hawthorne Park Chicago, IL

1.01 Excerpt And You And I (2.48)
1.02 Siberian Khatru (9.38)
1.03 Sound Chaser (11.31)
1.04 I've Seen All Good People (7.25)
1.05 The Gates Of Delirium (21.55)

2.01 Long Distance Runaround (1.54)
2.02 Patrick Moraz Solo (3.48)
2.03 The Clap (5.36)
2.04 Harp Solo (5.14)
2.05 Heart Of The Sunrise (11.41)
2.06 Ritual (cut off) (5.36)


Pearl Jam 1998-09-03 Birmingham-Jefferson Coliseum: Birmingham, AL(SV057 - "DUELING GUITARS")

Pearl Jam
September 3, 1998
Birmingham-Jefferson Coliseum: Birmingham, AL

Source: Sonic Studios (DSM6) > Sony TCD-D100 > DAT1 48khz
Location: 2nd row, right side
Transfer: DA-20 > Monster coax > DiO 2496 > Soundforge 6.0 (resample to 44.1) > CDWave > FLAC

Transfer: BLG
Artwork: Allen Robertson


01 intro (The Color Red)
02 Release
03 Hail Hail
04 Animal
05 Given to Fly (^)
06 Corduroy
07 Immortality
08 Wishlist
09 Go
10 Daughter/(Androgynous Mind)/(Stuff and Nonsense)
11 Footsteps
12 Even Flow
13 Jeremy
14 Faithfull
15 Brain of J

01 "Happy to Be"
02 Better Man
03 Rearviewmirror
04 Porch
05 Elderly Woman...
06 Leatherman
07 Do the Evolution
08 Alive
09 Black
10 Baba O'Riley

(^) after GTF, Ed plays a short tease of "Dueling Banjos" (by Arthur Smith), leading into Corduroy


Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons ->
During 'Hail Hail,' Jeff has his eyes closed the whole time, grooving. Mike hits his stride during 'Corduroy.' 'Immortality' lasts forever with the strobe light; on 'Go' - Ed can DANCE! Ed sings "I wish I could tell my friends how much I really care" during 'Wishlist.' In 'Daughter' he starts howling and barking before going into the tag. "We wrote this this morning" before 'Even Flow'. Ed changes the lyrics to "I gather speed from me fucking with you" during 'RVM,' with the strobe lights crazy, Ed dancing with his arms going in a million directions, Mike putting the guitar behind his head, Ed breaking the mic stand. The start of 'Porch' is botched; Ed quits singing until Stone catches the rhythm. Ed jumps into the crowd during Mike's solo during 'Porch,' tripping over one of the monitors climbing back onto the stage. At the beginning of the encore, Ed comes out, pumped and jumps over the amp beside Matt's drum kit. With no music and the crowd screaming, he does a little step like 1,2 cha cha cha, looks at the crowd and says, "What am I doing?" and starts laughing, repeating "What the fuck am I doing?" :) During 'Alive,' Jeff plays to Stone, Mike's on fire, Ed runs all the way around the stage. Ed gets a lot of feedback through his mic during 'Black' (the third time it had happened) and gets mad, going over to the soundboard and shoves his finger in the air, yelling ... later and smiling at him. The band all has on big silver sunglasses (and really big smiles) during 'Baba O'Riley.' A fan makes it onto the stage from behind and is dragged down by several rough security staffers after nearly pulling down one of the candles. Ed ends it with a huge Daltrey mic-swing, finally tossing his mic over the lighting rig and leaving it hanging there as the band leaves the stage.

Special Thanks to DATfly for the use of his tape.

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

Original notes compiled on 07-12-04 by BLG; modified on 10-04-04 by spacedvest


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1982-02-28 Fitzgerald's Houston, TX

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble

Houston, TX
February 28, 1982


Disc 1

1. Voodoo Chile
2. Come On
3. You'll Be Mine
4. Tin Pan Alley
5. I'm cryin'
6. Love Struck Baby

Disc 2

1. Happy Birthday sung to an audience member *
2. Heart Fixer
3. The Sky is Crying *
4. Jam 292
5. Too Tired
6. Little Wing/Third Stone From the Sun
7. Manic Depression
8. Rude Mood

* played on slide guitar 


Rush 1979-05-23 Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden(1st source remaster)

Rush - Forgotten Kings Remastered
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 54:33, 49.09
Catalog: DutchRush Productions: DP 2003-02
Source: Audience
Date: May 23, 1979
Location: Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden


01 - Intro   0:43
02 - Anthem   4:51
03 - A Passage To Bangkok   3:58
04 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:18
05 - Xanadu   12:49
06 - The Trees   4:55
07 - Hemispheres   19:48
08 - Closer To The Heart   3:22


01 - A Farewell To Kings   6:10
02 - La Villa Strangiato   10:39
03 - 2112   19:07
04 - Working Man   3:45
05 - Bastille Day   1:49
06 - In The Mood   2:48
07 - Drum Solo   4:48


Yes 1976-08-11 Kiel Auditorium St. Louis, Missouri

Kiel Auditorium
St. Louis, Missouri
August 11, 1976

lineup: Anderson / Howe / Moraz / Squire / White

lineage: audience recording (unknown generation)>CDR>wav>FLAC (level 8)

Disc 1 (1:09:51)

01 intro
02 Siberian Khatru
03 Sound Chaser
04 I've Seen All Good People
05 Gates of Delirium (small cut in middle)
06 Long Distance Runaround (cut in)
07 Patrick Moraz solo
08 Clap
09 On Wings of Gold
10 Harp solo

Disc 2 (55:59)

01 Heart of the Sunrise
02 Ritual
03 Roundabout
04 I'm Down

comment: decent tape from toward the end of the Solo Album Tour


Dire Straits 1980-10-24 Portland, OR

Dire Straits - 1980-10-24 - Portland
(I Dug up a Diamond, vol 4)

Set list:


1: Once upon a time in the west
2: Expresso love
3: Down to the waterline
4: Lions
5: Single handed sailor
6: Skateaway
7: Romeo and Juliet
8: In the gallery
9: News


1: Sultans of swing
2: Les boys
3: Portobello Belle (incomplete)
4: Angel of mercy
5: Tunnel of love
6: Wild west end
7: Where do you think you're going

Almost complete concert, but not the best sound on this one.
A little bit below average for this period, not very "sharp" sound,
if you know what I mean. Still, this is the earliest known recording
from the Tunnel of love tour, this was only the third show. Notice
that they messed up the start of Expresso love a little. :-)

The EAC log file for CD1 is missing for some reason. It's a hard job
to find the CDs in all the boxes I have, so I hope you take my for the fact
that no errors were reported.




U2 1981-10-18 Locarno Bristol, England


Unknown taper info> CassX5 (5th gen)
My cassette XLII > Sondy wmd3 line out> PC line in> EAC (record WAV + Tracking)> FLAC

another t
cat dubn / into


David Bowie 1974-07-20 Madison Square Garden New York, New York

David Bowie
Madison Square Garden
New York, New York (start spreading the news...)
July 20, 1974

Remix of audience recording - good to very good quality (depending on your judgement).

Original lineage :
Source: XLII90 --> Audacity --> Wav --> FLAC Front End Level 8

the above > Audacity + mda_image plugin > WAV > TLH > FLAC level 8

01 1984
02 Rebel Rebel
03 Moonage Daydream
04 Sweet Thing
05 Changes
06 Suffragette City
07 Aladdin Sane
08 All The Young Dudes
09 Cracked Actor
10 Rock N'Roll With Me
11 Watch That Man
12 Knock On Wood
13 Space Oddity
14 Future Legend-Diamond Dogs
15 Panic In Detroit
16 Big Brother
17 Time
18 Width Of A Circle

After I remixed the LA 5.9.74 show, I did wonder about remixing other shows, as the Gouster guy
prompted. I wasn't sure though...the former show was mixing desk recording, all the others
are audience recordings, from an age where most equipment used wasn't that high tech.

I did try in the last few months remixing the odd track from '74 shows as a 'tester', but didn't
feel the results were much of an improvement. Then I grabbed this show again (from MWP), having
noted before it's one of the better recordings. I noted the guitar was particulary strong and
clear on this recording, which seemed a good head start...part of the problem with the other
recordings I looked at (yes, including the Maloney ones) was that the sound while not bad
was generally not clear enough to make any particularly significant difference when attempting
to mix it.

I feel this is a significant improvement on this recording...some flaws are exposed, notably
some wow and flutter (speed wobble) during Cracked Actor, but overall it sounds pretty good
in my opinion - the sound is much fuller now, and it sounds great in headphones.

Hopefully you will like it too.

original description follows :

"Description: Decent sounding audience tape from the 1974 tour, I think one of the better ones
from '74 not including the Maloney recordings, et al.  Bowie says "Good evening New York" as
an identifier during the intro to All The Young Dudes.  This show is missing both Jean Genie
and Rock N'Roll Suicide, and has a few small cuts, most are between songs but are barely noticeable. 
Watch That Man has a cut toward the end of the song.  All in all a good show and a good performance."


Monday, March 23, 2015

Neil Young 1971-01-16 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Il( late show )

Neil Young solo
Jan. 16, 1971, late show
Auditorium Theater, Chicago, Ill.

1 On the Way Home
2 Tell Me Why
3 Old Man
4 Journey Through the Past
5 Down by the River
6 A Man Needs a Maid > Heart of Gold
7 Don't Let It Bring You Down
8 Love in Mind
9 Bad Fog of Loneliness
10 The Needle and the Damage Done

Incomplete audience recording; the taper apparently didn't get several songs at the end.

CDR from trade > EAC > FLAC


KISS 1977-03-26 Saturday Kyoto Kaikan Dai Ichi Hall Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto, Japan
March 26, 1977 - Saturday
Kyoto Kaikan Dai Ichi Hall
Audience Recording - Excellent
Running Time - 77:01
Liberated Bootleg - Kabuki Beasts

Recorded by Mr. Peach and released on Tarantura

Set List:
01 Monitor Check
02 Intro
03 Detroit Rock City
04 Take Me
05 Let Me Go, Rock N Roll
06 Ladies Room
07 Firehouse
08 I Want You
09 Makin Love
10 Cold Gin
11 Ace Solo
12 Do You Love Me
13 Nothin To Lose
14 Gene Solo
15 God of Thunder
16 Peter Solo
17 God of Thunder (ending)
18 Rock and Roll All Nite
19 Shout It Out Loud
20 Beth
21 Black Diamond
22 SE


Lenny Kravitz 1990-05-24 Town And Country Club London, England

Lenny Kravitz
London Town And Country Club
24 May 1990

01 Flower Child
02 Mr. Cab Driver
03 Freedom Train
04 Be/My Precious Love
05 Cold Turkey
06 If Six Was Nine
07 Fear
08 Let Love Rule

57 minutes

Sky Digibox digital radio>Pioneer PDR-609 CD recorder>EAC>WAV>CD Wave>MKW>SHN


Rick Danko 1989-12-09 Cubby Bear Chicago, Illinois

Rick Danko
Cubby Bear
Chicago, Illinois
December 9, 1989

Lineage:  Soundboard => Sony D-5 => Master analog => cassette => CDR => EAC => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab * => WAV => FLAC frontend (level 8)

* Audio Cleaning Lab was used to split tracks, apply light de-hissing, raise the levels of track 12-20 by 1.8 db to normalize the recording, and raise the 13 khz band slightly.  Furthermore, the pitch was adjusted slightly (slower) on cassette playback.

Track Listing (79:42):
(1)  Set-up (0:31)
(2)  Mystery Train (3:56)
(3)  Twilight (3:41)
(4)  Crazy Mama (4:59)
(5)  I Shall Be Released (3:42)
(6)  Walkin' Blues (4:23)
(7)  It Makes No Difference (6:20)
(8)  Stage Fright (3:42)
(9)  The Weight (5:17)
(10)  Little Red Rooster (5:58)
(11)  Long Black Veil (5:09)
(12)  Raining In My Heart (4:13)
(13)  Sip Some Wine (2:38)
(14)  C.C. Rider (4:46)
(15)  Spoonful (3:55)
(16)  Days of Glory (2:25)
(17)  Java Blues (4:10)
(18)  The Shape I'm In (4:24)
(19)  Just In Case (2:47)
(20)  The Rivers of Babylon (2:38)

Notes:  Nice soundboard of Rick Danko with an additional guest musician (can anyone help with this?) from a small club in Chicago.  I've always liked this show a lot; the setlist is great and Danko gives the most soulful "Long Black Veil" I've heard.  The mix is pretty raw, but the overall sound is very nice. 

The taper managed to convince Danko into allowing him to tape with the help of some "herbs". . . this may explain Rick's odd mood throughout the show as well as the very abrupt end -- he literally leaves the stage in the end of a verse and the puzzled crowd stood around for awhile wondering if he was finished. 

For some reason, the levels were lower on side B of the master tape, which caused the hiss to be greater on tracks 12-20 upon normalization. 

A very mellow show, but really enjoyable.  I got this while I was in college, and used to listen to it while studying a lot.


Steve Earle 1998-04-10 Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival Byron Bay Australia

Steve Earle and the Dukes (with Buddy Miller)
April 10th 1998
Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival
Byron Bay

Pre-FM, 2 CDR gens from the master

disc one
1. Here I Am
2. Taney Town
3. Last of the Hardcore Troubadors
4. My Old Friend the Blues
5. Someday
6. If You Fall In Love
7. Mystery Train Pt 2
8. You Know The Rest
9. Copperhead Road
10. Telephone Road
11. More Than You Can Do
12. Fort Worth Blues
13. I Feel Alright

disc two
1. The Other Side Of Town
2. Somewhere Out There
3. Billy Austin
4. Devils Right Hand
5. Goodbye
6. NYC
7. Someones Got To Do It
8. Guitar Town

Loud Loose Raw and Rockin'


Waylon Jennings 1989-00-00 "Live From Gilley's" Littlefield, TX

Waylon Jennings live, 1989.
Littlefield, TX
"Live From Gilley's" Westwood One Radio.

01. Don't You Think This Outlaw Country Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand
02. Working Without A Net
03. Gemini Song
04. Ramblin' Man
05. Littlefield
06. Deep In The West
07. I May Be Used
08. Amanda
09. Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
10. Me And Bobby McGee
11. Bob Wills Is Still The King
12. Luckenbach, Texas
13. Rose In Paradise
14. America
15. Good Hearted Woman
16. You'll Never Take Texas Out Of Me
17. I've Always Been Crazy
18. Outro

"Live From Gilley's" radio show. Recorded in Littlefield, TX.
Original airdate 1/8/90.


Pearl Jam 1995-11-07 San Diego Sports Arena: San Diego, CA(SV056 - "THE MONKEYWRENCH CHRONICLES VOL. VI: RESOLVE")

Pearl Jam
November 7, 1995
San Diego Sports Arena: San Diego, CA

Show Source: 2-source mix: [Neumann KM-140 > HHb Pro 1 > dat > dEQ > dEdit >
             cdr > 44.1 kHz wav > 48 kHz wav > dEQ] + [MWFM > dat > 48kHz wav] >
             44.1 kHz wav > shn > flac

Aftershow Source: FM (91X pirated MWFM broadcast) > dat > cdr > EAC > dEdit > flac

Digital Editing, Remastering, and Mixing (PJ Set): Fred Evans
Digital Editing (DJ Aftershow): Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE - Pearl Jam Set (part I)
01 Oceans
02 Go
03 Animal
04 Last Exit
05 Tremor Christ
06 Corduroy
07 Rearviewmirror
08 Better Man
09 Even Flow
10 Why Go (*)
11 Deep (*)
12 Red Mosquito
13 Glorified G
14 Daughter/(I Believe in Miracles)/(Touch of Grey)/(W.M.A.) (@)

DISC TWO - Pearl Jam Set (part II)
01 Jeremy ("new" reworked version) ($)
02 Not For You
03 I Got Shit
04 "New Guitar, Please"
05 Lukin
06 Whipping
07 This Boy (#)
08 Alive
09 Black
10 Blood
11 encore 1:
12 Spin the Black Circle
13 "Surfrider Foundation"
14 Leaving Here
15 I Can't Explain (~)
16 Porch
17 encore 2:
18 Yellow Ledbetter

DISC THREE - Monkeywrench DJ Post Show (part I)
01 "Call Us"
02 Animal - Sex Pistols
03 Dumpling - Fluf
04 R Righteous - Danger Gens
05 "On Your Mind"
06 ? - ? (%)
07 Carousel - Blink (182)
08 Stay in Your House - Gas Huffer
09 ? - ? (^)
10 Glass Dick - Jazz Lee Alston
11 "The Ramones"
12 Telephone Call From Istanbul - Tom Waits
13 Wait in the Shade - Superunloader
14 Gimmie Some Good Times - Lou Reed
15 "Improvisations"
16 Latin Roots - Fugazi
17 "The San Diego Scene"
18 Satellite of Love (live) - Lou Reed
19 Tuned Out - Helmet
20 Apolitical - Big Boys
21 Hollywood Swinging - Big Boys
22 Go Again (rough mix) - Los Gusanos

DISC FOUR - Monkeywrench DJ Post Show (part II)
01 "Eddie and Joey"
02 Soul Craft - Bad Brains
03 My Dad Sucks - Descendants
04 "On the Simpsons"
05 Crawl into Tomorrow - Kingface
06 West Seattle Acid Party - Zeke
07 Animal - Sweat Engine
08 Cooky Puss - Beastie Boys
09 Leeches - Juned
10 Do You Remember Rock & Roll Radio? - The Ramones
11 "Political Figures and Fruits"
12 Crooked Bird - Gas Huffer
13 24-7 Years - Fluf
14 "Joey for President"
15 Keep Your Mouth off My Sisters - Bobby Miller
16 Leaving Here - Pearl Jam
17 Casper the Homosexual Friendly Ghost (live) - Wesley Willis
18 "Jovi, Joey, and Mike"
19 Jumpy - West Coast Modern Day Punk Rock Orchestra
20 "Goodbyes"
21 Spin the Black Circle - Pearl Jam
22 A Real Good Time - The Ramones

(*) After this performance, these songs would not be played again until the 2003
    tour ("Deep" in 4/3/2003 at Oklahoma City, OK; and "Why Go" in 07/01/03 at
    Bristow, VA).
(@) Only time "Touch of Grey" has ever been teased.
($) One of the few times ever that this arrangement was performed live.
(#) Last time performed.
(~) First time performed.
(%) JR's website had this song labeled as "No Image" from
    Public Image Ltd. After some research, I could not find any evidence of this
    being correct.
(^) I could not identify this song...the only clue I could determine is that it
    has a sample from the 1976 movie "Taxi Driver".

FGE Recording Notes:
End of 'Last Exit' and part of 'Better Man' are missing from Neumann source. Encores
of MWFM source were sampled at 32kHz. All resampling, equalizing, and mixing was
done with Cool Edit Pro 2.0 at maximum accuracy settings.

Spacedvest Recording Notes:
FGE originally had converted his tracks using SHN in Sept. 2004, and these tracks
were reconverted into FLAC, to try and keep things simple (the aftershow was in FLAC
format). BLG recently discovered that the 30-second cut during 'Better Man' and the
tape warp problem at the end of 'Corduroy' are *not* present on the Neumann master,
but it didn't seem to make sense to redo everything when the problems were already
fixed nicely by Fred. Kind of ironically, the Monkeywrench aftershow was captured
and "pirated" by San Diego station 91X. The 91X broadcast was recorded and is what
is included in this release. The aftershow has a few minor places where it breaks
up, but overall it is complete (some commercials were omitted), and not too bad in
terms of sound quality.

Artwork and Release Notes:
This release consists of discs 15, 16, 17, and 18 in a fan-created 18-disc boxed set
called "The Monkeywrench Chronicles".

Special Note:
A huge effort has been made to identify all the tracks that were played, with most
of them successfully found, but a couple of them still could not be identified.
The MW songs that are played transcend many different styles and they are almost
always from indie bands and/or by groups that are not very "popular", but they are
of great caliber music. If you have any knowledge of the two tracks marked with a
"?" on disc 3, please send an email to, so we can correct
the artwork and try and spread a corrected text file. Any help you can give will
be greatly appreciated!

Extra Special Thanks:
John Reynolds, Dan Leehr, Bill Graham, Michael Morrissey

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
As is the case typically, the second show in the same venue never disappoints and
this show is no exception and Mike is having a wild night. At the end of 'Tremor
Christ,' Ed comments, "Hello kiddies. Get comfortable; we're gonna be here for a
while." At the end of 'Why Go,' Ed raises his guitar overhead, as if preparing to
smash it, but a tech swipes it from his hands and Ed looks terribly surprised! Ed
clearly shows how he feels about 'Glorified G,' substituting the lyrics,
"... glorified version of I hate this song" twice, looking over his shoulder at
Stone and half smiling. ;) Experiencing tuning problems at the end of 'I Got Shit,'
Ed tosses his guitar and says, "New guitar, please! After all, I am a rock star."
Pretty humorous. 'Lukin' sports an ambient guitar intro, ending with a quick "1234"
leading to a snappy 'Whipping.' Ed returns to the stage on a skateboard for the
first encore, and Stone ges a small fire going at the base of Ed's mic stand. 'Spin
the Black Circle' is introed as "a love song." Mentioning that the two San Diego
shows help raise $50,000 donated to the Surfrider Foundation leads to a comment
about how they had messed up the next song the previous night. Then Ed flubs the
start of 'Leaving Here,' and notes that "it's really a rather hard song to play" but
then they kick into it. This show is a fine conclusion to a wild 1995 tour.

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

Original show notes compiled on 9/14/04 by FGE. More notes by spacedvest on 2/12/05.


U2 1981-10-14 BBC Radio London,UK


Radio Broadcast



With A Shout
I Threw A Brick Through A Window
Interview *Comments

Comments: Interview w/ Kid Jensen - Only time 'Scarlet' has been played

Source: CDR > EAC > MKW > SHN


Dire Straits 1979-11-21 Ekeberghallen, Oslo, Norway

OSLO 1979


1. Down to the waterline
2. Six blade knife
3. Once upon a time in the west
4. Lady writer
5. Single handed sailor
6. News
7. Lions
8. Sultans of swing
9. Wild west end
10. Portobello belle
11. In the gallery
12. News
13. What's the matter baby


1. Follow me home
2. Angel of mercy
3. Solid rock
4. Where do you think you're going?
5. Water of love
6. Southbound again
7. Setting me up
8. Twisting by the pool

Ekeberghallen, Oslo, Norway, 21st November 1979.

Additional comments:
Complete concert from the last part of the 1979 tour! Audience recording with nice sound. A lot of interesting moments: for example, they start playing "News" and they stop playing it after 2min, and then they re-play it again after a couple of songs! Contains also a pre-album version of "Solid Rock" and "Twisting By The Pool". 


Guns N' Roses 1987-10-06 Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England


October 6th 1987

Manchester Apollo, Manchester, England

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


1.  Intro
2.  It's So Easy
3.  Move To The City
4.  Out Ta Get Me
5.  Mr. Brownstone
6.  My Michelle
7.  Rocket Queen
8.  Knockin' On Heaven's Door
9.  Welcome To The Jungle
10. Sweet Child O' Mine
11. Paradise City
12. Mama Kin


Neil Young 1971-01-10 University Of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.

Neil Young solo

Jan. 10, 1971, University Of Oregon, Eugene, Ore.

1 On the Way Home
2 Tell Me Why
3 Old Man
4 Journey Through the Past
5 Cowgirl in the Sand
6 A Man Needs a Maid > Heart of Gold
7 Don't Let It Bring You Down
8 Only Love Can Break Your Heart
9 There's a World
10 Bad Fog of Loneliness
11 The Needle and the Damage Done
12 Ohio
13 See the Sky About to Rain
14 Dance, Dance, Dance

CDR from trade > EAC > FLAC
Very hissy tape source. Some cuts and glitches.

Artwork is included. 


The Eagles 1974-07-26 Boston Garden Boston,MA

eagles boston garden boston massachusetts(usa) july-26-1974
a joe maloney analog master repost not a reseed

lineage audience analog master to cdr to eac to tlh flac level 8

the band
Glenn Frey  vocals guitars keyboards harmonica
Don Henley  vocals drums percussion guitar
Bernie Leadon  guitars vocals banjo mandolin
Randy Meisner  bass vocals
Don Felder  lead guitar mandolin vocals

1 take it easy
2 outlaw man
3 already gone
4 doolin dalton
5 desperado
6 peaceful easy feeling
7 midnight flyer
8 twenty one
tape flip
9 blackberry blossum
10 james dean
11 good day in hell
12 keep on tryin
13 witchy woman
14 chug all night
15 out of control

thanks to joe for letting us transfer his masters
and share them with all of you

Benefit for the North American Indian Foundation
opening for the allman brothers


The Eagles 1974-06-07 54th Street Theater NYC, NY

The Eagles
54th Street Theater
June 7, 1974


01 - Peaceful Easy Feeling
02 - Midnight Flyer
03 - 21
04 - Ol' 55
05 - James Dean
06 - Doolin Dalton / Desperado
07 - Take It Easy
08 - Already Gone

Running Time - 40 minutes
Grade - B

    An early show from The Eagles. Not bad in quality considering the age.There's a small cut between PEF and MF and an oddly placed tape flip between JD and DD. I believe it's from a soundboard but I'm not sure. I received this in a snailmail trade years ago and haven't listened to it since then. 


Stevie Ray Vaughan 1981-10-15 Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81

Here is the link to the one owner known on etree, so I guess this is a rare show.
I do have the 180 minutes from the day before if that has not been seeded lately.

Recording source: Audiece  a little hiss but sounds nice for Stevie at his best. Young and Raw.

Transfer source: my cassette to pc from sony D3 through SB X-Fi Audio 2400 sound card

Transfer: Sony D3 > Jet Audio (>PCM 44,1000 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo) > CDWav > Flac Level 8

Taper:   unknown

Flac Ffp or Md5: Yes see below


01. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Onion Rings.flac
02. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Cross Cut Saw.flac
03. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 All the love , miss your  lovin'.flac
04. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Dirty Pool.flac
05. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Youll be mine.flac
06. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Little Wing.flac
07. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Drving South.flac
08. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81  Driving South and Third Stone.flac
09. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Rude Mood.flac
10. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81  Tin Pan Alley.flac
11. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81  Close to you baby.flac
12. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81 Tell me darling.flac
13. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Fitzgeralds, Houston,TX 10-15-81  I try Pretty Baby.flac

No errors occured.
Checksum file saved to disk.

Another Classic from the DUBWISE GARAGE COLLECTION


Rush 1979-05-23 Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden(1st source)

Rush - Forgotten Kings
Media: 2 CDR
Time: 55:03, 49:08
Catalog: Duley Digital
Source: Audience
Date: May 23, 1979
Location: Concert House, Gothenburg, Sweden


01 - Anthem   4:51
02 - A Passage To Bangkok   3:58
03 - Bytor And The Snowdog   5:18
04 - Xanadu   12:49
05 - The Trees   4:55
06 - Hemispheres   19:48
07 - Closer To The Heart   3:22


01 - A Farewell To Kings   6:10
02 - La Villa Strangiato   10:39
03 - 2112   19:07
04 - Working Man   3:45
05 - Bastille Day   1:49
06 - In The Mood   2:48
07 - Drum Solo   4:48