Sunday, May 9, 2021



For everyone who has problems or doesn't know how to unpack z01, z02, files, follow this simple procedure: install the latest version of winzip or winrar, open only the zip files (ignore z01, z02 etc...), select the content and extract somewhere. That's all.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Ultravox - 1984-06-06 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon

01 - Man of two worlds 
02 - Passing strangers 
03 - We stand alone 
04 - New europeans 
05 - I remember (Death in the afternoon) 
06 - Visions in blue 
07 - Heart of the country 
08 - Western promise 
09 - Vienna 
10 - Reap the wild wind 
11 - We came to dance 
12 - White china * 
13 - One small day 

* Removed because officially released. 

Source: Soundboard or FM Broadcast 
Rating: 5 Stars 

Dokken - 1995-07-03 - Milwaukee, WI (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Back To The USA
Milwaukee, WI
FM/Soundboard Recording

Disc 1
01 - Without Warning/Tooth And Nail
02 - When Heaven Comes Down
03 - The Maze
04 - Shadows Of Life
05 - Into The Fire
06 - Kiss Of Death
07 - Too High To Fly
08 - Long Way Home
09 - The Hunter
10 - Alone Again
11 - Mr. Scary

Disc 2
01 - It's Not Love
02 - Paris Is Burning
03 - Breaking The Chains

Hollywood Palladium
Los Angeles, CA
04 - Without Warning/Tooth And Nail
05 - When Heaven Comes Down
06 - Don't Close Your Eyes
07 - Just Got Lucky
08 - Alone Again
09 - Bullets To Spare

Emmylou Harris - 2000-10-31 Baden Baden, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)

Emmylou Harris & Spyboy 
Suedwestfunk Studios 
Baden Baden 
October 31, 2000 

No source details, received in trade, excellent quality. 


01. The Pearl 
02. Don't Want To Talk About You 
03. I Ain't Living Long Like This 
04. Raise The Dead 
05. Red Dirt Girl 
06. Love Hurts 
07. Hour Of Gold 
08. Deeper Well 
09. Michaelangelo 
10. Boy From Tupelo 
11. Wheels 
12. Born To Run 
13. Hickory Wind

James Brown - 1992-10-12 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

SF Hilton Ballroom

DAT Soundboard

DAT CLONE Playback in Sony TCD-D10PROII>Edirol R-4
Wavelab 5.0 for sampling rate conversion>CD Wav Editor (Track Marks)>FLAC Frontend Level 8

01. Intro (includes Mother Popcorn, Pt. 1)
02. Living In America
03. Get Up Offa That Thing
04. Gonna Have A Funky Good Time
05. Heavy Juice > band introductions
06. It's A Man's World
07. Get On The Good Foot
08. Prisoner Of Love
09. Georgia On My Mind
10. Hot Pants
11. Cold Sweat
12. Can't Stand It
13. Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
14. I Feel Good
15. Please Please Please
16. (Feel Like A) Sex Machine

The Who - 1969 Soundboard Tapes Vol. 1 - 3 (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Label: Professor Stoned

Disc 1:
01. Heaven and Hell 
02. Can't Explain 
03. Fortune Teller 
04. Summertime Blues 
05. Shakin' All Over 
06. My Generation 
07. Overture 
08. It's a Boy 
09. 1921 
10. Amazing Journey 
11. Sparks (some tape flaws) 
12. Young Man Blues 

Time: 49m32s 

Tr. 1-6: McDonough Gymnasium, Georgetown University, Washington D.C. - 2 November 1969 

Tr. 7-11: State University of New York, Long Island (Stonybrook), NY - 18 October 1969 
Tr. 12: Venue/date unknown 

Disc 2:

01. Heaven and Hell
02. Can't Explain
03. Fortune Teller
04. Tattoo
05. Young Man Blues
06. I'm Free (cuts in)
07. Tommy's Holiday Camp
08. We're Not Gonna Take It
09. Summertime Blues
10. Shakin' All Over 

Time: 41m40s 

Tr. 1-5: Capitol Theater, Ottawa - 15 October 1969 (1st Set) 

Tr. 6-10: Presumably from the same Place + Date.

Disc 3:

01. Bill Graham Introduction
02. Heaven and Hell
03. Can't Explain
04. Fortune Teller
05. Pete Dialogue #1 
06. Young Man Blues
07. Pete Dialogue #2 
08. Overture
09. It's a Boy
10. 1921
11. Amazing Journey (cuts within)
12. Sparks
13. Eyesight to the Blind
14. Christmas (fragment only, cuts off)
15. See Me, Feel Me (fragment only, cuts in)
16. Summertime Blues
17. Shakin' All Over 
18. My Generation (7 min, cuts off)

Time: 57m46s 

Tr. 1-14: Fillmore East, New York City (NY) 22(?) October 1969 

Tr. 15-18: Unknown Date & Venue. Possibly same as above.

Thanks to Prof. Stoned for his efforts to create this.

Tom Waits - 1977-04-26 - Bremen, DE (FM/FLAC)

(FM broadcast FLAC)


Tom Waits (p,voc)
Frank Vicari (sax)
Dr. Fitzgerald Jenkins III (b)
Chip White (dr)

CDR (preFM) - xACT

01 Step Right Up
02 Semi Suite
03 Fumblin' With The Blues
04 Midnight Lullaby
05 Emotional Weather Report
06 Nobody
07 I Can't Wait To Get Off To Work
08 New Coat of Paint
09 Grapefruit Moon
10 Diamonds On My Windshield
11 The One That Got Away
12 Small Change
13 Spare Parts
14 Invitation To The Blues / Eggs And Sausage
15 Depot, Depot
16 The Piano Has Been Drinking
17 Pasties And A G-String

Joni Mitchell - The Hissing Of Summer Lawns acoustic demos (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Unreleased Studio Recordings


01. Harry's House
02. Edith and the Kingpin
03. In France They Kiss on Main Street
04. Sweet Bird
05. Shades of Scarlett Conquering
06. Shadows and Light
07. Dreamland
08. Boho Dance
09. Hunter (The Good Samaritan) from Original Blue

Often packaged with filler on bootleg versions, these are the demos only and they sound wonderful. I have included as a bonus the song "Hunter (The Good Samaritan)" originally scheduled for "Blue" here, because it is the only track from "The Original Blue" that was never released. "Dreamland" later appeared on Don Juan's Reckless Daughter" in a studio version, but the stripped -down version here is expecially appealing. The official album is one of Joni's underrated gems. Buy it and give it a second chance.

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Jeff Beck - Ruis Rockfestival Beat Club & BBC 1971 & 1972 , Mid Valley (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)
Jeff Beck
August 22, 1971 
Runsala-Parken, Turku (Mid Valley) 

Jeff Beck - guitar 
Bob Tench - vocals 
Cozy Powell - drums 
Clive Chaman - bass 
Max Middleton - keyboards 

01. New Ways> Train Train 
02. I Got To Have A Song 
03. I've Been Used 
04. Situation 
05. Jody 
06. Ice Cream Cakes 

Rip from my Ruis Rockfestival Beat Club & BBC 1971 & 1972 , Mid Valley silvers 


Jeff Beck 
March 25, 1972 
Beat Club 
Radio Bremen's TV Studio 

01. Got The Feeling 
02. Situation 
03. Morning Dew 
04. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You 
05. Going Down 
06. Definitely Maybe 

Rip from my Mid Valley silvers, High resolution scans of artwork included 


Jeff Beck 
June 29, 1972 
BBC In Concert 
Paris Cinema 

Rip from my silvers, High Res scans of art included 

01. Introduction 
02. Ice Cream Cakes 
03. Morning Dew 
04. Going Down 
05. Definitely Maybe 
06. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You 
07. New Ways / Train Train 
08. Ain’t No Sunshine 
09. Got The Feeling, 
10. Let Me Love You 

Ruis Rockfestival Beat Club & BBC 1971 & 1972 is a Mid Valley budget release featuring the three best sounding documents of the second incarnation of the Jeff Beck Group. This project featured Clive Chaman (bass), Max Middleton (keyboards), Cozy Powell (drums) and Bob Tench on vocals and stood in contrast to the first group. The fun and loose feeling provided by Rod Stewart and Ron Wood was replaced by a tight, professional and diverse group with very interesting material. 

This group lasted just about a year and a half and produced only two albums, Rough And Ready and Jeff Beck Group before being disbanded. 

Mid Valley present three excellent sounding professionally recorded documents dating from just before the release of Rough And Ready to the BBC appearance a few weeks before the end. All of these tapes have been released before including Going Down To The BBC (Refine Masters) released last year. While the Refine Masters is a great release, Mid Valley is more complete. 

It is presented in a fatboy jewel case with EV’s super cheap, stupid and totally unhelpful garbage packaging. The front and back are generic TMoQ artwork with only an insert to describe the contents. I guess they want to bring back the days of vinyl when the LPs were stored in plain white sleeves with only an insert in the plastic, but even at the low price this is offered merits more effort. 

The new Jeff Beck Group finished recording Rough And Readyin July, 1971. One of their first live appearances was on August 22nd in the Ruis Rockfestival in Turku, Finland. Five songs from an excellent soundboard recording have been available and were pressed many years ago on Flying High Helsinki 1971 (EVSD 51), one of Empress Valley’s finest efforts. Three songs, “I Got To Have A Song,” I’ve Been Used” and “Situation” are found as filler on Going Down To The BBC (Refine Masters). 

WGPSEC describes the intensity of the set, and it starts off with the first song “New Ways / Train Train” which races by. What is apparent in this recording is the key role played by pianist Max Middleton. Throughout the short recording Beck and Middleton playing off one another, like in the “Jody” where they play a call and response game before the short drum solo and the segue into “Ice Cream Cakes.” 

Dokken - 1988-04-21 - Yokohama, JP (Soundboard FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

"Turn On The Action" 
Culture Gym 


01 - Intro 
02 - Kiss Of Death 
03 - Sleepless Nights 
04 - Unchain The Night 
05 - Standing In The Shadows 
06 - Heartless Heart 
07 - Tooth And Nail 
08 - When Heaven Comes Down 
09 - Dream Warriors 
10 - Alone Again 
11 - George Lynch Solo 
12 - Mr Scary 
13 - Lost Behind The Wall 
14 - It's Not Love 
15 - Turn On The Action 
16 - Breaking The Chains

One Of the best soundboard recordings of the classic Back For The Attack Tour This was Remastered from The Unchain The Beast cd-r that circulated Artwork Included done by myself 

U2 - Chasing down a dream (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bootleg: "Chasing Down A Dream"
Label: Eat A Peach! – EAT 29
Format: CD
Country: Italy
Released: 2015
Genre: Soundboard
Duration: 69:56:01
Lineage: Bootleg CD > Nero StartSmart > WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC8
Artwork: Included

01 Invisible 04:17:626
02 Ordinary Love 03:54:826
03 The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) 03:45:800
04 Every Breaking Wave 04:28:546
05 Cedarwood Road 03:20:373
06 Song For Someone 03:38:906
07 Stuck In A Moment You Can't Get Out Of 05:34:093
08 The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) 04:19:133
09 Every Breaking Wave 04:35:960
10 The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) 04:40:000
11 Song For Someone 03:03:906
12 Volcano 03:27:666
13 Every Breaking Wave 04:43:013
14 California (There Is No End To Love) 03:46:213
15 Ordinary Love 03:40:746
16 The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) 04:05:160
17 Every Breaking Wave 04:32:040

Tracks 01-02: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, NY, USA, February 17, 2014.
Tracks 03-07: BBC Radio 2, Acoustic Session, London, UK, October 15, 2014.
Tracks 08-09: Che Tempo Che Fa, Milan, Italy, October 12, 2014.
Tracks 10-11: The Graham Norton Show, London, UK, October 17, 2014.
Tracks 12-14: Later with Jools Holland, Maidstone Studios, Maidstone, Kent, UK, October 21, 2014.
Track 15: 86th Academy Awards, Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, CA, USA, March 2, 2014.
Tracks 16-17: The Late Show, RTE1, Dublin, Ireland, October 24, 2014.

"GodfatheRecords" is dead, long life to "Eat A Peach!"...
"GodfatheRecords" met during autumn 2014 huge problems in the Utrecht record fair and had to stop any activity since then.
That's why, they finally didn't release the initially scheduled "Songs Of 2014" from the I+E promo tour.
By the end, here is this expected bootleg under the name "Chasing Down A Dream" produced by the new label "Eat A Peach!".

Bon Jovi - 2001-06-16 - Milton Keynes, UK (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Band: Bon Jovi
Title: 2001 Wild Nights
Date: June 16, 2001
Venue: Milton Keynes National Bowl, Milton Keynes, UK
Label: Lost And Found
Number: LAF1872/1873
Source: Original CDR > EAC > WAV > jetAudio > FLAC

Disc 1
01.One Wild Night
02.Raise Your Hands
03.You Give Love A Bad Name
04.In These Arms
05.Born To Be My Baby
06.Bed Of Roses
07.I Got The Girl
08.Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars
09.Just Older
10.Wild In The Streets

Disc 2
01.Blaze Of Glory
02.Lay Your Hands On Me
03.Keep The Faith
04.Bad Medicine
06.I'll Be There For You
07.Say It Isn't So
08.You Give Love A Bad Name *
09.Captain Crash & The Beauty Queen From Mars *

* Live at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan on April 5, 2001

Mark Knopfler - 1996-08-03 - Vaison la Romaine, FR (SBD/SHN)

(Soundboard SHN)

Mark Knopfler - Vaison '96 
Theatre Antique, Vaison la Romaine, France

SBD > Master tape > ?? > CDR > WAV > SHN

Mark Knopfler: guitar, vocals
Guy Fletcher: Keyboards, acoustic guitar
Jim Cox: piano, accordion
Richard Bennett: guitar, bazouki
Glenn Worf: bass
Chad Cromwell: drums

Electra Strings: 
Dina Beamish (cello)
Jocelyn Pook (viola)
Julia Singleton (violin)
Sonia Slany (violin)

Disc 1
01. Interview (0.59)
02. Intro (3.19)
03. Darling Pretty (4.46)
04. Walk of Life (4.47)
05. Imelda (6.27)
06. The Bug (5.46)
07. Rudiger (6.41)
08. Je Suis Desole > (5.59)
09. Calling Elvis (11.09)
10. I'm the Fool (5.28)
11. Last Exit To Brooklyn > (2.17)
12. Romeo & Juliet (7.51)

Disc 2
01. Sultans of Swing (17.05)
02. Done With Bonaparte (5.24)
03. Father and Son > (0.55)
04. Golden Heart (4.59)
05. Water of Love (5.32)
06. Cannibals (7.33)
07. Telegraph Road (15.29)
08. Brothers in Arms (8.56)
09. Money For Nothing (6.54)

Disc 3
01. A Night In Summer Long Ago (5.44)
02. The Long Highway (4.11)
03. Going Home (5.01)
04. Interview (1.07)
05. Darling Pretty * (4.53)
06. Walk of Life * (5.09)
07. Imelda * (5.54)

(* Vaison la Romaine, France, August 2, 1996. Audience source).

Additional comments: 
d1t10: 0:58-1:04 sounds like someone's messing with the soundboard. Since this is the track taken from a different source, I'd imagine the sound comes from the Polish radio broadcast

I think this comes from collector tapes, rather than a boot.
I've seen the writeup below the track list on a few knopfler trader sites.

Recorded at Vaison la Romaine, Theatre Antique, France on August 3, 1996. This is a NEW soundboard recording taken from master source so the sound is really excellent, as good as it can get! I'm The Fool is taken from the Polish radio broadcast so it has got some slight hiss. And Calling Elvis suffers from some slight distortion at the high volume parts, probably due to poor soundchecking before the concert. 

It is a complete concert, it even includes the music they played before the concert as well as interview before and after the concert and I have also included some of the talking between songs that was cut away on the master source to make it absolutely complete. This show includes the best versions of Calling Elvis and Water of Love ever performed. There exists no more complete recording with as good sound as this one of the Vaison concert. As a bonus I have also included an audience recording of the songs MK and his band played the day before, on August 2, 1996, same location. They had to cancel that concert after a couple of songs because of the bad weather, it was raining a lot.

Bon Jovi - 1995-05-16 - Osaka, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Nishinomiya Stadium, Osaka, Japan 

Unknown Audience recording (received in a trade on 2 x CDRs) --> Cool Edit Pro --> FLAC Frontend 

Disk One 
01 - Livin' On A Prayer 
02 - You Give Love A Bad Name 
03 - Wild In The Streets 
04 - Keep The Faith 
05 - I'd Die For You 
06 - Diamond Ring 
07 - Bed Of Roses 
08 - Stranger In This Town 
09 - Blaze Of Glory 
10 - Tokyo Road 
11 - Lay Your Hands On Me 
12 - I'll Sleep When I'm Dead 

Disk Two
01 - I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (Reprise) 
02 - Bad Medicine 
03 - Shout ~ Bad Medicine (Reprise) 
04 - With A Little Help From My Friends 
05 - Always 
06 - Blood On Blood 
07 - Richie Acoustic Guitar Solo 
08 - Wanted Dead Or Alive 
09 - Rockin' All Over The World 
10 - Someday I'll Be Saturday Night 
11 - Never Say Goodbye 
12 - This Ain't A Love Song 
13 - Runaway 

As usual for the Japanese bootlegs this is an awesome sounding concert. Covers included.

Monterey Pop Festival - 1967-06-16/17/18 - Monterey, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Extractor: EAC 0.99 prebeta 4  
Read Mode: Secure with NO C2, accurate stream, disable cache.
Codec: Flac 1.2.1;  Level 8  
Source: Original CD 
Artwork:  Full complete Scans (original and found)

Lineage: My Silvers Cd-EAC-FLAC Levell 8

01. Somebody To Love 
02. The Other Side Of This Life
03. White Rabbit 
04. High Flying Bird 
05. Today 
06. She Has Funny Cars 
07. Young Girl Sunday Blues 
08. Ballad Of You, Me and Pooneil 

09. Summertime Blues 
10. Pictures Of Lily 
11. Happy Jack 
12. My Generation 

13. Mercury Blues

14. San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)


1. Homeward Bound 
2. At The Zoo 
3. Feeliní Groovy 
4. For Emily 
5. Sounds Of Silence 
6. Benedictus 
7. Punkyís Dilemma 

08. Rock & Roll Woman
09. Bluebird
10. For What Itís Worth 
11. Nowdayís Clancy Canít Even Sing 

12. Drinkiní Wine 
13. Grooviní Is Easy 
14. Night Time Is The Right Time 

15. Do The Dog


01. Not-So-Sweet Martha Lorraine 
02. Fixiní To Die Rag 
03. Please Donít Drop That H-Bomb 

04. Rolliní and Tumbliní 
05. Bullfrog Blues 

06. Bajabula Bonke

07. Booker-Loo 
08. Hip Hug-Her 

02. Straight Shooter 
03. Got A Feeliní 
04. California Dreaminí 
05. I Call Your Name
06. Spanish Harlem 
07. Somebody Groovy 
08. Monday, Monday 
09. Dancing In The Street
10. Instrumental


01. Down On Me
02. Combination Of The Two 
03. Harry 
04. Road Block 
05. Ball And Chain 

06. Viola Lee Blues 
07. Cold Rain and Snow 

08. He Was A Friend Of Mine
09. Hey Joe
10. So You Wanna Be A Rock ëNí Roll Star



01. Paint It Black 
02. San Francisco Nights 
03. Ginhouse Blues 
04. Hey Gyp 

05. Mary Ann
06. Look Over Yonders Wall 
07. Droppiní Out
08. Born In Chicago 
09. Driftin' Blues
10. One More Headache 

11. Dead End Street 
12. Tobacco Road 

13. Memphis


01. Killing Floor 
02. Like A Rolling Stone
03. Foxey Lady 
04. Rock Me Baby 
05. Can You See Me 
06. Hey Joe 
07. Purple Haze
08. The Wind Cries Mary 
09. Wild Thing 

10. Shake (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
11. Respect (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
12. Iíve Been Loving You Too Long (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
13. Satisfaction (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)
14. Try A Little Tenderness (Monterey Pop Festival Box Set)


The Monterey Pop Festival was held June 16 - 18, 1967 at the County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California, also the site of established folk, jazz and blues festivals. It was the first large rock festival, with around 200,000 people attending, and served as a template for the Woodstock Festival in New York State two years later. Many of the performers got their first big-time exposure at Monterey.

Great production for the Italian Bootleg label "On Stage", made in the 1994.
Six cd for three Volums to witness THE FIRST BIG ROCK FESTIVAL

Pearl Jam - Vortical (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Label : Kiss the Stone [KTS 368/69]
Venue : Saturday Night Live 4/16/94
Fox Theatre: Atlanta, GA 4/3/94

CD1: 60:26
CD2: 45:18

TOTAL: 105:44
Sound : A

Disc One
01 - Rear View Mirror
02 - Glorified G
03 - Not For You
04 - Daughter -
05 - Another Brick In The Wall
06 - Go
07 - Black
08 - Blood
09 - Animal
10 - Deep
11 - Jeremy
12 - Better Man
13 - Dissident
14 - Alive
15 - Once

Disc Two
01 - Why Go
02 - Tell Me
03 - Even Flow
04 - Immortal***
05 - Release
06 - Elderly Woman Behind
07 - The Counter In A Small Town
08 - Yellow Ledbetter
09 - Indifference
10 - Would Be
11 - Three Days
12 - Satan's Bed
13 - Bee Girl
14 - Hold Me

*** Missing file

Notes :
Still can't believe Kiss The Stone (KTS) did this. CD is labeled as the Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. (4/10/94) show.

Led Zeppelin - Bootleg License (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

March 11, 1975 

Long Beach Arena, 
Long Beach, California, USA 

Acme Quaalude, 3cd (TCD-77-1,2,3) 

from the boxset: Bootleg License, 6cd by Tarantura (TCD-77-78) 1st edition 
lineage: my silvers>EAC>Flac 

Disc 1 (56:01):
01.Introduction (1:25) 
02.Rock And Roll (3:43) 
03.Sick Again (6:02) 
04.Over The Hills And Far Away (8:02) 
05.In My Time Of Dying (12:04) 
06.The Song Remains The Same (5:23) 
07.The Rain Song (9:11) 
08.Kashmir (10:11) 

Disc 2 (52:57): 
01.No Quarter (21:39) 
02.Trampled Underfoot (7:55) 
03.Moby Dick (23:22) 

Disc 3 (56:00): 
01.Dazed And Confused (30:01) 
02.Stairway To Heaven (12:11) 
03.Whole Lotta Love (1:26) 
04.Medley (5:43) 
05.Black Dog (6:39) 


Led Zeppelin 

March 12, 1975 

Long Beach Arena, 

Long Beach, California, USA 
Source: Source 1 & 2 mix ST-audience 

Standing In The Shadow (Tarantura TCD-78-1, 2, 3) 

from the boxset: Bootleg License, 6cd by Tarantura (TCD-77-78) 

1st edition 

lineage: my silvers>EAC>Flac 

Disc 1 (55:27): 

01.Opening (00:44) 
02.Rock And Roll (03:52) 
03.Sick Again (06:11) 
04.Over The Hills And Far Away (08:13) 
05.In My Time Of Dying (12:04) 
06.The Song Remains The Same (01:33) 
07.The Song Remains The Same (05:13) 
08.The Rain Song (08:29) 
09.Kashmir (10:28) 

Disc 2 (46:58): 
01.No Quarter (20:59) 
02.Trampled Underfoot (08:08) 
03.Moby Dick (17:51) 

Disc 3 (70:17): 
01.Dazed And Confused (33:35) 
02.Stairway To Heaven (12:31) 
03.Whole Lotta Love (01:11) 
04.medley (06:41) 
05.Black Dog (05:49) 
06.Heartbreaker (11:10)

Bruce Springsteen - 2000-11-03 - Asbury Park, NJ (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen A
Title: "Just Around The Corner"
Label: N/A
Catalog #: N/A
Source: Soundboard
Total Time: 1 hours 43 minutes 51 seconds
Date: November 03, 2000
Location: Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

Cassette Tapes SONY FX60 Normal Bias 120us EQ TYPE I / IEC I -> Technics M260 Stereo Cassette Dec -> Transfert with Cable -> Nero Wav Editor -> wav -> THL -> Flac (level 6) Align on Sector Boundaries

Disc 1:
01 Labor Of Love
02 Brand New Cadillac
03 Never Be Enough Time
04 Homestead
05 Pumping Iron
06 Murder Incorporated
07 Talking to the King
08 Down the Road Apiece

Disc 2:
01 Diddy Wa
02 Everything's Going To Work Out Fine
03 I Hear You Knockin'
04 Ramrod
05 Light Of Day
06 Twist And Shout
07 I Don't Wanna Go Home

From Brucebase:
I DON'T WANNA GO HOME (with all performers, Patti Scialfa, Lee Ann Grushecky,
and Bob Benjamin)

Soundboard. Light Of Day benefit for the Parkinson's Disease Foundation, organised by Bob Benjamin. Bruce played for almost two hours with Joe Grushecky (joining him onstage after the first two tracks, from 1:30 to 3:15 AM. Bruce's first appearance at The Stone Pony since October 1995. Other performers from the evening include Willie Nile, Marah, Boccigalupe and the Godsons of Soul, and John Eddie

Yes - 2000-06-21 - Concord, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Legendary Works

SBD > CD > EAC > SHN > FLAC [converted with shntool 3.0.7]

Jon Anderson - vocals, guitar and percussion
Steve Howe - guitar and vocals
Chris Squire - bass and vocals
Alan White - percussion
Igor Khoroshev - keyboards

01 Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra
02 Close to the Edge
03 Starship Trooper
04 The Gates of Delirium
05 Leaves of Green

01 Heart of the Sunrise
02 Ritual
03 Your Move/I've Seen All Good People
04 Roundabout

For the Masterworks tour (June 20 - August 04 2000), Yes acceded to fan requests that they return to playing their "epic" compositions. This show captured from the soundboard was of the second date. In an early stage of the tour, it has been remarked that the performances of Yes were under-polished. However, such a critique misfires; For instance, Heart of the Sunrise and Ritual are gems. The audio quality of the recording is excellent. It consists of two CDs, and the tracks have been divided by CD volume, titled and numbered. Cover art has been included.

Bob Dylan - The Atlantico Roma (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

'The Atlantico Roma Box'
Rome, Italy
November 6th & 7th 2013

plus Fillers *

Crystal Cat 1035-38

300dpi Artwork Scans included

SOURCE: Factory Pressed Discs > EAC > TLH > FLAC Level 8

JTT, September 2014

Disc One
Rome November 6th 2013
01 - Intro
02 - Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat
03 - Don’T Think Twice, It‘S All Right
04 - Watching The River Flow
05 - Blind Willie Mctell
06 - Honest With Me
07 - Make You Feel My Love
08 - Tweedle Dee And Tweedle Dum
09 - Queen Jane Approximately
10 - Highway 61 Revisited

Disc Two

01 - Intro
02 - Just Like Tom Thumb’S Blues
03 - Ain’T Talkin’
04 - Most Likely You’Ll Go Your Way And I’Ll Go Mine
05 - Boots Of Spanish Leather
06 - The Levee’S Gonna Break
07 - Every Grain Of Sand
08 - Like A Rolling Stone
09 - All Along The Watchtower
DESOLATION ROW (Milan November 2nd 2013) *

Disc Three
Rome November 7th 2013
01 - Intro
02 - Rainy Day Women #12 & #35
03 - It Ain’T Me Babe
04 - Man In The Long Black Coat
05 - Positively 4Th Street
06 - Summer Days
07 - Make You Feel My Love
08 - Rollin’ And Tumblin’
09 - When The Deal Goes Down
10 - Highway 61 Revisited

Disc Four
01 - Intro
02 - Just Like Tom Thumb’S Blues
03 - Girl From The North Country
04 - Under The Red Sky
05 - Ain’T Talkin’
06 - Thunder On The Mountain
07 - I Don’T Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Met)
08 - Ballad Of A Thin Man
09 - Blowin’ In The Wind
VISIONS OF JOHANNA (Milan November 3rd 2013) *
A HARD RAIN’S A GONNA FALL (Milan November 4th 2013) *

The Rolling Stones - 2006-04-02 - Saitama, JP (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Saitama Super Arena

Fourth Bang In Saitama - DAC 050 - 7/8

CDR > Easy CD-DA Extractor > FLAC (Level 8)

CD 1:
01. Opening  
02. Jumping Jack Flash  
03. It's Only Rock And Roll  
04. Let's Spend The Night Together  
05. Oh No, Not You Again  
06. Sway  
07. Wild Horses  
08. Rain Fall Down  
09. Midnight Rambler  
10. Tumbling Dice 
11. Band Introductions  
12. This Place Is Empty  
13. Happy 

CD 2:
01. Miss You  
02. Rough Justice  
03. Start Me Up  
04. Honky Tonk Woman 
05. Sympathy For The Devil  
06. Paint It Black  
07. Brown Sugar  
08. You Can't Always Get What You Want  
09. Satisfaction

Pink Floyd - 1965-1967 - Dawn Of The Piper (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

Hello Harvested Fans!

Our latest Rev A release is now ready for weeding!! This release has literally been "years in the making."
  Over the last two years Marc-Olivier and I have put in countless hours to bring this release to life. The original Dawn of the Piper was released many many years ago in audio format. An official rev A edition in shorten format was seriously needed.  However, with the release of BBC Archives 1967-1969 many of the tracks on Dawn of the Piper became redundant. I made the decision to remove all the redundant tracks and replace them with new, yet appropriate, material. Tracks for this release needed to meet three simple requirements:

1) The track must be a Pink Floyd track with Syd Barrett. No post-Syd Pink Floyd material and no post-Floyd Syd Barrett material. This is after-all "Dawn" of the Piper.

2) The track must be a pleasant listen. No real rough and crappy sounding recordings (like the Let's Roll Another One rehearsal recording). No commentator in the foreground with music in the background recordings (like the Matilda's Mother track taken from the Granada TV film on the Underground).

3) No material that has ever been officially released on CD. This last requirement meant deleting the mono Arnold Layne track from the original Dawn of the Piper track list.

By an amazing case of serendipity, the 20 tracks that met these criteria all fit nicely on a single CDR.
. Here's the track list for Dawn of the Piper Rev A HRV-CDR-018:

01 Lucy Leave

02 King Bee

The original 5-member Pink Floyd line-up. With Bob Klose on lead guitar and Syd Barrett on rhythm guitar. Possibly recorded at Regent Sound studio around May 1965 (according to Bob Klose ? whose memory seems a bit better than Nick Mason's on the

03 Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the film "San Francisco". Recorded at Thompson Private Recording Studios on 31 October 1966 (or there about).

04 Arnold Layne

05 Candy and a Currant Bun

Taken from the original acetates demoed to EMI. Recorded at Sound Techniques studio from 23-25 January 1967. After hearing these acetates, EMI signed Pink Floyd to a recording contract on 1 February 1967. When they created this Arnold Layne acetate, they cut out the organ solo. I don't know why they did that. Knowing that EMI would object to the drug references in the lyrics to Let's Roll Another One, Syd rewrote them to create this Candy and a Currant Bun acetate. EMI still objected to the "I'm high" lyrics anyway. So the band had to go back to Sound Techniques and rerecord it.

06 Interstellar Overdrive

Recorded live at UFO on 27 January 1967 by Granada TV (not 20 January has erroneously reported in some sources). This version is cut as per the editing for the program "Underground: Scene Special". Interestingly, this version lacks the narrator commentary that appears in the final broadcast version. First broadcast on 8 March 1967 (not 7 February as erroneously predicted by Melody Maker).

07 Interstellar Overdrive
Taken from the French EP released 11 April 1967. Pink Floyd attempted to create a shorter version of IO especially for France during a recording sessions on 16 March and 22 March 1967. These were abandoned. The French version was edited from the same source used for the LP (recorded 27 February 1967), just a different mix.

08 Flaming
Taken from the US single, released 2 November 1967. The original US release of Piper at the Gates of Dawn did not include the song Flaming. It was released later as a single. This version of Flaming comes from the same recording used for the UK version (16 March 1967) but has a slightly different mix.

09 Pow R Toc H

10 Astronomy Domine

Taken from the BBC's "Look of the Week" television program (14 May 1967).

11 See Emily Play
Taken from acetate #2 of 21 May 1967 recordings made at Sound Techniques. Two acetates are known. They are numbered 1 and 2 based on the order in which they were discovered. This second acetate features a slightly extended ending.

12 Experiment
Much about this recording is unknown, including the title. Traditionally, it's been called Experiment (as we do here) or Sunshine. But that was before anyone learned what Sunshine really was.

13 Sunshine
Sunshine is really the last section of Matilda Mother. Matilda Mother had been rerecorded on 7 June 1967. However, Norman Smith decided that the instrumental section in the middle was too long. During an editing session on 29 June, he literally cut the tape into three pieces. The first part was called "Matilda Mother", the second part (the part being deleted) was called "Wondering and Dreaming", and the third part was called "Sunshine" (based on a convenient lyrical reference at that point). Parts one and three were then spliced together to create the official version. On the stereo release, the "Sunshine" lyric in the left channel gets overpowered by the "For all the time spent in that room" lyric that predominates the right channel. To better hear and appreciate "Sunshine", I've made a mono version of just the left channel starting at the splice point.

14 Scream Thy Last Scream
Recorded at Abbey Road on 7 August 1967. This track is taken from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.

15 Set The Controls

16 Reaction in G

Taken from the BBC's inaugural "Top Gear" Radio 1 program aired on 1 October 1967 (not from a pirate radio rebroadcast). The tracks were recorded at the BBC's Playhouse Theatre on 25 September 1967. The DJs heard on these tracks are Pete Drummond and John Peel. Both DJs were former Radio London DJs (which had shut down on 14 August 1967). Note, the Marine Offenses Act (which took effect 15 August 1967) made these offshore pirate radio stations illegal.

17 Vegetable Man
Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967. This track is taken from a stereo mix done my Peter Jenner in 1974.

18 Remember a Day
This instrumental version of the song is taken from the DVD of the Syd Barrett spoof film "Remember a Day" starring Darryl Read. Recorded at De Lane Lea on 9-11 October 1967.

19 Apples and Oranges
Recorded at Abbey Road on 26-27 October 1967. This track is the stereo version taken from the Masters of Rock LP.

20 Pow R Toc H
Taken from the BBC's "Top Gear" Radio 1 program aired on 31 December 1967. The track was recorded 20 December 1967 at the BBC's Maida Vale studio. Although this track appears on our BBC Archives 1967-1969 release, it is not the same. The BBC archives version is taken from a rebroadcast of the show and has the ending significantly cut short. This track here on Dawn of the Piper rev A contains the entire song from the recently uncovered original broadcast.

The Harvested team has gone to great pains to bring you the best possible quality sound for each of these twenty tracks. Many times, fresh transfers were taken from the original source tapes and discs.

Curved Air - 1971 - POP2 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 10128Kbps
MPEG Audio 48000Hz mono 192Kbps

01. Back Street Luv
02. Propositions
03. Vivaldi


Little Feat - 1975-01-30 - Amsterdam, NL (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Jaap Edenhall 
"The Warner Brothers Music Show '75" Little Feat, Montrose and Tower Of Power 
Excellent Audience 

Untracked Cassette > Nak Dragon > WaveLab 7 (Tracking, No NR) > xAct (flac 8, SBE) 

01. Tuning 
02. Apolitical Blues 
03. Two Trains Running 
04. On Your Way Down 
05. Rock n Roll Doctor 
06. Skin It Back 
07. Put On Your Dancin' Shoes 
08. Oh Atlanta 
09. Sailin Shoes 
10. Cold Cold Cold > Dixie Chicken (tape flip) 
11. ….Dixie Chicken > Drums > ? 
12. Willin' 
13. Spanish Moon (with Tower of Power) 
14. Wait 'Til The Shit Hits The Fan (with Tower of Power) 

notes by the uploader

I did a lot of work on this one. Side one of the tape is pretty nice. Side two has multiple problems but for the casual fan/listener I think it turned out pretty good. Cut out a couple dropouts. A few of the songs have pretty long tuning after they announce the song so they are at the beginning of the tracks. Tape flip during Dixie Chicken. Don't know at least one of the songs/jams. If there is something to add appreciate the help. Hans has the setlist quite a bit different but this is pretty close to accurate. Without another copy to fill in some of missing parts I think this is about as good as you can get. Really, I think the only music missing is during the tape flip. I left that blank to account for the time missing. 

Monday, March 19, 2018

David Bowie - 1996-06-22 - Loreley, DE (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

The Rockpalast Festival
Loreley, St. Goarshausen, Germany
Excellent Quality Recording

TradeCDR --> EAC(secure) --> Flac(level.8)

Disc 1
01. Beginning (sequence)
02. Look Back In Anger
03. Scary Monsters
04. Diamond Dogs
05. The Heart's Filthy Lesson
06. Outside
07. Aladdin Sane
08. Andy Warhol
09. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
10. The Man Who Sold The World
11. Telling Lies
12. Baby Universal
13. Hallo Spaceboy
14. Breaking Glass
15. We Prick You
16. Jump They Say
17. Lust For Life

Disc 2
01. Under Pressure
02. "Heroes"
03. White Light White Heat
04. Moonage Daydream
05. All The Young Dudes

06. Hallo Spaceboy (with The Pet Shop Boys) [Top Of The Pops 1st March 1996]
07. The Heart's Filthy Lesson (The Late Show With David Letterman 25th September 1995)
08. Boys Keep Swinging (The White Room 14th December 1995)
09. Hallo Spaceboy (Later With Jools Holland 2nd December 1995)
10. The Man Who Sold The World (Later With Jools Holland 2nd December 1995)
11. Strangers When We Meet (Later With Jools Holland 2nd December 1995)
12. The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty) [The The Karel Show 3rd February 1996]
13. Hallo Spaceboy (The The Karel Show 3rd February 1996)
14. Under Pressure / Warszawa

This is a Japanese release of the Lorelei broadcast with some nice bonus tracks from TV. All of the songs except for Hallo Spaceboy (Top Of The Pops) are in excellent sound quality - BASSMAN

Black Sabbath - 2012-05-19 - Birmingham, UK (2xDVDfull aud-shot)

(2xDVDfull aud-shot)

O2 Academy

Concert is almost completely, few seconds are missing. Is most MultiCam, only 3 Songs with 1 source. Largest share have sonye200 Source.

Video Filmer: sonye200, olafsmirnof, noviceonline, photoguy, Scampa550, jandocherty, kygopro, bullseye4499, SanktuariuM, worldman80, coombesyXD, Birminghamcc12, purplebumpkin, llamzrt, RammsteinLtd, jkbmik, oneoff666, stosh2007; i hope i have all :-).

AUDIO by rbose1
Sound Professionals SP-CMC-8 Microphones
Sound Professionals SP-SPSB-11 Mini Battery Module with Bass Roll-Off (69Hz)
Edirol R-09HR 44.1kHz / 16 bit
USB>PC>CD Wave Editor>Trader's Little Helper>FLAC level 8

Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
Tony Iommi - guitar
Geezer Butler - bass
Tommy Clufetos - drums

01 Intro
02 Into the Void
03 Under the Sun
04 Snowblind
05 War Pigs
06 Wheels of Confusion
07 Electric Funeral
08 Black Sabbath
09 The Wizard
10 Behind the Wall of Sleep

12 N.I.B.
13 Fairies Wear Boots
14 Tomorrow's Dream
15 Sweet Leaf
16 Symptom of the Universe
17 Drum Solo
18 Iron Man
19 Dirty Women
20 Children of the Grave
21 Intro Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
22 Paranoid

In preparation for their hugely anticipated headline performance at this year's Download Festival, Black Sabbath announced an intimate homecoming show at O2 Academy Birmingham. This was also a charity fund raiser for "Help For Heroes". The venue was packed with a sold out 3000 capacity crowd.

This was Black Sabbath's first performance in their hometown for 11 years — and their first concert since 2005. We had three-quarters of the legendary original lineup. Tommy Clufetos, a member of Ozzy's solo band, is filling in for Bill Ward, who is sitting out the group's reunion shows due to contractual disputes with his bandmates.

Tony looked well after his recent diagnosis with lymphoma - Ozzy proclaimed him "the Iron Man!"

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Whitesnake - 1980-04-11 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

BOOTLEG TITLE : First Bite In Japan ( Shades )
Yubin-Chokin Hall, Tokyo, Japan

Released CD-R -> EAC -> Flac
Sound Quality : Very Good sound quality

This is taken from a master tape.
First day of Whitesnake in Japan.


[Disc 1]

02-Come On
03-You 'n' Me
04-Walking In The Shadow Of The Blues
05-Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City
06-Love Hunter
08-Soldier Of Fortune
09-Jon Lord Keyboard Solo

[Disc 2]

01-Belgium Tom's Hat Trick - Ian Paice Drums Solo
02-Might Just Take Your Life
03-Lie Down
04-Take Me With You
05-Rock Me Baby
06-Breakdown - Whitesnake Boogie

Santana - 2000-04-28 - Tokyo, JP (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Santana with Eric Clapton 
Title: BUDOKAN 2000 
Dates: April 28, 2000 
Venue: Budokan Hall, Tokyo, Japan. 

Source: Audience Recording 
Lineage: ZION-107 Boot 2CD > WAV > EAC > FLAC 

Carlos Santana: Guitar,Vocals Tony Lindsey:Vocals 
Andy Vargas: Vocals 
Chester D. Thompson: Keyboards 
Benny Rietveld: Bass 
Rodney Holms: Drums 
Raul Rekow: Percussion 
Karl Perazzo: Percussion 

* Special Guests 
Eric Clapton: Guitar

01: Intro. 
02: Spiritual 
03: (Da Le) Yaleo 
04: Love of My Life 
05: Put Your Lights On 
06: Africa Bamba 
07: Day Of Celebration 
08: Victory Is Won 
09: Guitar Solo (Leo Martinez) 
10: Maria Maria 
11: Europa (Earth's Cry, Heaven's Smile) 

01: Introduction of Eric Clapton 
02: Batuka (with Eric Clapton) 
03: No One To Depend On (with Eric Clapton) 
04: Taboo Intro. (with Eric Clapton) 
05: The Calling (with Eric Clapton) 
06: Black Magic Woman 
07: Gypsy Queen 
08: Oye como va 
09: Apache (with Eric Clapton) 
10: Smooth (with Eric Clapton) 
11: Soul Sacrifice (with Eric Clapton) 
12: Drum solo 
13: Jin-go-lo-ba (with Eric Clapton) 
14: Member Introduction (with Eric Clapton) 
15: Jin-go-lo-ba (reprise) (with Eric Clapton)