Sunday, May 9, 2021



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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Tina Turner - 1983-04-25 - Houston, TX (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)


James Ralston - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Bob Feit - Bass, Backing Vocals
Kenny Moore - Piano, Backing Vocals
Jack Bruno - Drums
Michael ??? - Keyboards
Annie Behringer - Dancer, Backing Vocals
Lejeune Richardson - Dancer, Backing Vocals

01 Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)
02 Acid Queen
03 River Deep, Mountain High
04 Hot Legs
05 Get Back
06 Take A Little Pain
07 Rock N' Roll Widow
08 Nutbush City Limits
09 Givin' It Up For Your Love
10 Night Life
11 Help!
12 Proud Mary
13 Music Keeps Me Dancing
14 Hollywood Nights

The band intro after 'Night Life' is slighly cut, but that's how I got it.

I've found this on the net, but tracks were not splitted correctly, so I cut them right in Audacity and fixed SBEs using Trader's Little Helper.

It is a very good quality soundboard recording, although the keyboards seem to be mixed higher than any other instrument (it's possible that the source of this recording was a monitor mix for the keyboard player).

The setlist features two rare tracks: 'Take A Little Pain' and 'Rock N' Roll Widow', which weren't performed regularly during those early days. The latter was later recorded for the 'Private Dancer' album and it could be found on the B-side of a 'What's Love Got To Do With It' single. It is worth noting as well that 'Help!' has a guitar solo instead of a sax solo.

Tina also admitted having a cold that evening after the first two songs, but you can't quite notice it during the show.

Bob Dylan - 1997-12-08 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

White Dove

Silver CDs > LG GSA E60L Super-Multi > EAC Secure Ver 1.0 beta 3 >Wave >TLH Flac level 5 >Flac

Dandelion 83/84 [T-647]

(1) Irving Plaza (New York, NY); December 8, 1997 (line)
(2) Prince's Trust Concert (London, UK); June 29, 1996 (line)

01 - Maggie's Farm
02 - Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
03 - Cold Irons Bound 
04 - You're A Big Girl Now 
05 - Can't Wait 
06 - Silvio 
07 - Cocaine Blues 
08 - To Ramona 
09 - Tangled Up In Blue 
10 - White Dove 
11 - I And I 

01 - 'Til I Fell In Love With You 
02 - Highway 61 Revisited 
03 - Don't Think Twice 
04 - Love Sick 
05 - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

06 - Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat 
07 - Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues 
08 - Silvio 
09 - Positively Fourth Street 
10 - Highway 61 Revisited

Alhough difficult to imagine, this release is a step up in sound from Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You, seemingly remastered to provide a bit more boost and fullness to the already remarkable sound. A devastating set, beautifully packaged with a 12 page cover/booklet, also boasting primo quality filler of the Hyde Park, London 1996 broadcast. An essential listening experience.

Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland Sessions (STU/FLAC)

(Studio FLAC)

ATM 242-245

Here is the final part of the sessions that produced “Electric Ladyland” (the final part to be completed, that is; the later sessions from June and August 1968 were previously compiled). This portion covers only 3 days of recording, but there’s a lot of material with numerous alternate mixes and a couple of nearly-complete session recordings. As usual, everything here is pitch-adjusted to match officially released tracks. Any phase error between channels was removed. Vinyl tracks were de-clicked by hand, and mono vinyl tracks were channel-averaged.

Disc 1
(01 May)
01 House Burning Down (3) (alternate mix)
02 House Burning Down (2) (acetate mix)
03 House Burning Down (4) (official mono reduction)
04 House Burning Down (1) (official stereo)
05 Gypsy Eyes (alternate mix, eBay sampler, incomplete)
06 Gypsy Eyes (2) (alternate mix and guitar; includes false start)
07 Gypsy Eyes (13) (boxset alternate mix)
08 Gypsy Eyes (14) (official mono reduction)
09 Gypsy Eyes (1) (official stereo)

(02 May)
10 Rock and Roll Jam
11 3 Little Bears (8) (original drums)
12 3 Little Bears (3) (more complete, alternate mix)
13 3 Little Bears (4) /South Saturn Delta

Disc 2
14 3 Little Bears (5) /South Saturn Delta (alt. mix, vocals high)
15 3 Little Bears (1) (official Polydor mix)
16 3 Little Bears (2) (official Reprise mix)
17 South Saturn Delta (1) (original tracks)
18 South Saturn Delta (9) (alt. mix with reverb, different horns)
19 South Saturn Delta (2) (official Lifelines mix, with horns, incomplete)
20 South Saturn Delta (7) (longer alt. EH mix, with horns)
21 Cherokee Mist (1)
22 Cherokee Mist (1) (edited alternate mix)
23 Cherokee Mist (1) (2nd alternate mix)
24 Cherokee Mist (1) (official incomplete mix, “Lifelines”)

Disc 3
(03 May)
25-31 Voodoo Chile (1-5,8) (full session)
32 Voodoo Chile (2) (alternate mix)
33 Voodoo Chile (6) (official mix of (8))
34 Voodoo Chile (12) (official composite)

Disc 4
35 Voodoo Chile (13) (longer alternate mix of composite)
36-50 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (1-21) (full session, mono)
51 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (17) (official alternate mix of (16))
52 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (90) (official mono reduction of (22))
53 Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (22) (official stereo mix of (21))

(?? May)
54 Yes I Need Someone (mono mix)
55 Let Me Stay (mono mix)

House Burning Down (3) is an alternate mix of the track with different panning.

House Burning Down (2) is the alternate mix from acetate. It’s in much better shape here than on most previous copies, with a lot of manual de-clicking having been done. There’s still a great deal of background noise remaining, but it’s more listenable now. Removing all the noise would likely result in removing all the music too.

House Burning Down (4), Gypsy Eyes (14), and Voodoo Child (SR) (90) are all simple fold-downs of the official stereo mixes. As with most other mono mixes of the ELL tracks, they aren’t studio remixes. The results are often odd-sounding as the stereo mixes weren’t intended to be reduced to mono. These were taken from the Brazilian 1-LP mono release of ELL, and are noisier than I’d like; hard to find in better condition though. They can always be generated in excellent quality from the stereo CD releases, but I wanted to have the original mono sources here.

The short alternate mono mix (1:08) of Gypsy Eyes is from the sampler that was available with an eBay listing from March 2008. It also has some different guitar than appears on the other mixes. Quality is poor; this track came from a lossy file, and there were messy static pops throughout. These were mostly removed but some little bits of noise remain due to the extended nature of the pops. There were also several cuts in the audio near the start; these are still there, although silent gaps have been added at the edit points to preserve the rhythm of the track.

3 Little Bears (8) was listed by Jimpress as an alternate mix of (1) with echo; however, the echo is the least interesting aspect of it. It appears to be the original track before final guitar overdubs, featuring what is probably the original drum track; all other mixes have Mitch’s replacement drum track. I believe the recently released 3rd edition of Ben Franklin mentions these differences also.

The other mixes of this track are all somewhat different, so they are all included. (4) has lead guitar nearly central in the mix. (5) is nearly mono, with vocal isolation for the first 4:16. (3) has the cowbell much more to the front.

The official mixes of this track, Polydor mix (1) and Reprise mix (2), are substantially different. (2) has a few vocals censored, but in fact the entire mix is different; it’s not just a case of removing a few vocal bits. The Polydor mix is much wider stereo, and the rhythm guitar is in different places in the two mixes. Also, (2) fades out whereas (1) comes to a sudden stop, but continues a second or two longer.

South Saturn Delta (2,7,9) add extensive overdubs to the original track (1), including guitar and horns, those overdubs having been recorded the following month. (9) uses different horn and guitar overdubs.

Cherokee Mist is available in several different mixes which aren't indexed separately by Jimpress. The edited mix (6:08) has a section in the middle removed, and has guitar tracks central and to the left, although the guitar to the left splits to both channels at times. The other two mixes are complete. The first of these is similar to the edited mix, but has somewhat louder drums and moves the central guitar part to the right channel. The other complete mix has guitar placement similar to the edited mix, but has drums mixed very loud and very up-front. There are also bursts of amplifier hum during the break between the first and second parts of this track (around the 4-min mark) that are not on the other two mixes.

There are probably other slightly different permutations of this track out there. I know of one that has some of the amplifier hum bursts, but not the loud drums. But it's edited in the middle and is essentially mono, so it's not included.

Finally, there is the very incomplete mix from Lifelines, that is similar to the complete mix with guitars left and right (although with the channels reversed) but has the drums dry, with no reverb added. The two short parts without voiceover are included here, since it's the only official outing. This track is surely destined for official release at some point.

Voodoo Chile (1-5,8) is here in slightly better quality than most previous outings. There are a couple of tape stops near the start of (2), which are not present in the following alternate mix (q.v.). Comparison to that uninterrupted mix shows that these cuts are too long; they were shortened here so that their duration equals the duration of the missing music.

An alternate mix of Voodoo Chile (2) is available from the "Echo Tape". Although missing the start, this lacks some of the cuts present in the other mix. It's also truly a different mix (aside from the added reverb) since the instruments are placed differently and their levels are quite different.

Voodoo Chile (7) is not included on this set. This only appeared on an old Living Legend bootleg from 1989. It’s described by both UV and Jimpress as an alternate mix with hardly any crowd noise. It turns out that it’s identical to the official mix; the only difference is that the start and end of the track are cut, which are the parts that contain most of the crowd noise. The remaining places in the song where the crowd comes up are the same as on the official mix. (The recently released 3rd edition of Ben Franklin has corrected the error by deleting this number.)

Voodoo Chile (12) is the official composite from :Blues. It consists of the first 2:00 from the “broken string” take (4), a short 0:25 vocal piece from the official version, and finally most of the last 6:50 of take (2). It fades out 0:24 before the end of (2).

Voodoo Chile (13) is the same composite as (12), but in a somewhat different mix, with instruments are in different positions. While (12) has guitar right and drums central, (13) has guitar central and drums right, and there's more reverb on (12). (13) also runs complete to the end of take (2) rather than fading early.

Another composite, Voodoo Chile (9), is not included in this set. It's a similar composite to (12) and (13) except that it lacks the short middle 0:25 portion from the official track. It consists of the first 2:08 of (4) and the last 6:43 of (2). The edit between the two parts is crude, and it’s likely that this is just an amateur effort. In addition, the mix is the same as that of the collector's session tape, so it's likely that it was made by just taking parts from that. Since there's nothing new, and it's probably not an official mix, it's not included here.

Voodoo Child (SR) (1-3, 5-16, 18-21) is the full circulating session in a dry mono mix, here in slightly better quality than most previous appearances. (17) is the official mix of (16) taken from “Lifelines”.

Finally, there are two tracks by Eire Apparent, taken in their straight mono mixes from the Buddah promo 45. These tracks were included in the TTG collection, and they are generally attributed to those sessions. However, evidence argues for them originating from the May Record Plant sessions. It's interesting to note that these two tracks are essentially mono on the Eire Apparent LP; some fake stereo effects are added, but they are not true stereo. If these tracks were all recorded at TTG, surely they would all appear in stereo mixes on the album.

Pink Floyd - 1969-04-14 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Pink Floyd
Rehearsals, Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London, England
14 April 1969

Lineage: 16mm film > BetaCam > VHS(0) or VHS(1) > JVC S-VHS video recorder > Canopus ADVC-100 > Final Cut Pro X > Export to DVD
Additional lineage info: The audio for the rehearsal and concert was recorded on 5" reels at 7.5 ips on a Nagra

Total running time: 25 mins 09 secs

This well-circulated film was transferred for Anthony Stern by SK's friend. Most other copies that do the rounds on DVD appear to be a couple of generations higher than this version.

Although clearly rough around the edges, Stern created a memorable and intimate insight into the band's preparations for the hugely significant concert. Roger is clearly in charge, Nick likes to fool around, and David and Rick are at times earnestly trying to prepare but on other occasions seemingly easily distracted.

Some of the onstage discussions give the impression that the group has not played the whole suite through before the performance. Roger at one point, for example, seems to feel it's necessary to talk the others through exactly what's coming next. Alternatively, the commentary could just be for the benefit of the filmmakers. Everybody, with the possible exception of Roger, seems self-conscious at times but by turn they seem cool and in command.

The Royal Festival still looks the same now as it did then and it's worth pausing the film from time to time to catch fascinating shots of the band's equipment.

Note how the clapper board says "WILD TAKES" before "organ music part one"; Stern's name for Rick's organ solo for the closing organ theme from A Saucerful Of Secrets played that night on the Festival Hall's organ.

Music from the concert is dubbed onto the film from 15 minutes 49 seconds and continues for around eight minutes. At this point Stern and his colleague are asked to leave and you can hear the applause greeting the end of The Man. An usher's bell then signals the break and a debate starts about whether Stern and his colleague should depart.

It would be wonderful if the concert footage from The Man turned up one day. We estimate that just over 30 minutes exists and think it is probably now in the band's archives.

Steve Hackett - 1992-08-18 - New York City, NY (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Live at the Bottom Line Club

MPEG-2 NTSC 720 x 480, 8Mbps

LPCM Stereo 48Khz 16 bit

1. Intro
2. Camino Royale
3. Take These Pearls
4. Always Somewhere Else
5. In The Heart of the City
6. Walking Away From Rainbows
7. In That Quiet Earth
8. Dark as the Grave
9. Everyday

Running Time: 52 minutes

Source: David Dunnington
Audio Remastering: TM Productions
DVD Authoring: Willem Beens
Artwork: Helena and Johan Acolyte

Metallica - 2017-03-25 - Lollapalooza, BR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

01 - The Ecstasy of Gold (Ennio Morricone song)
02 - Hardwired Intro
03 - Hardwired
04 - Atlas, Rise!
05 - For Whom the Bell Tolls
06 - The Memory Remains (followed by Kirk's solo)
07 - The Unforgiven
08 - Now That We're Dead
09 - Moth Into Flame
10 - Harvester of Sorrow
11 - Halo on Fire (followed by Rob's solo incl. "… more )
12 - Whiplash
13 - Sad but True
14 - One
15 - Master of Puppets (followed by Kirk's solo, incl. "Leper Messiah"wink.gif
16 - Fade to Black
17 - Seek & Destroy

18 - Battery
19 - Nothing Else Matters
20 - Enter Sandman

Willie Nelson - 2009-09-28 - Chicago, IL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Willie Nelson, live at Soundstage Studios

Video Codec: MPEG - 1/2 Video (mpgv)
Resolution: 720x480
Frame Rate: 59.940060
Decoded Format: Planar 4:2:0 YUV

Audio Codec: A52 audio (aka AC3)(a52)
Channels: 3F2R/LFE
Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Bitrate: 224 kb/s

NTSC Format

DVD Authoring / Cover by Deer5001 @ 2001

01 - Whiskey River
02 - Man With The Blues
03 - You Done Me Wrong
04 - Cry, Cry Darlin'
05 - Dark As A Dungeon
06 - Poison Love
07 - Satan, You’re Kingdom Must Come Down
08 - Freight Train Boogie
09 - Drinkin' Champagne & Feelin' No Pain
10 - Dream Of Me
11 - Just Because You Asked Me
12 - Trouble In Mind
13 - Whiskey River reprise

total running time of 52 minutes

Procol Harum - 1967-1968 - French TV-Appearances (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

DVD video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 6200Kbps
MPEG1 2 ch 224 Kbps

Dim Dam Dom variétés, 1967
01. A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Music-hall de France à Provins, 1967
02. A Whiter Shade Of Pale
03. Morning Dew

l'Olympia, Paris, 1967
04. Christmas Camel
05. Conquistador
06. She Wandered Through The Garden Fence
07. Salad Days
08. Cerdes
09. Kaleidoscope
10. A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Dim Dam Dom variétés, 1967
11. Good Captain Clack

Bouton rouge, 1968
12. Homburg
13. Conquistador

Le petit dimanche illustré, 1968
14. Homburg / Interview

Dim Dam Dom variétés, 1968
15. Mabel

Gala du Midem, 1968
16. A Whiter Shade Of Pale
17. Kaleidoscope
18. Repent Walpurgis


Lynyrd Skynyrd - 1975-04-27 - San Francisco, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Winterland Arena

Video Quality/Production Info: PRO-SHOT - PC AUTHORED BY UNKNOWN

Files Downloaded from DC++ -> MY HDD -> you

ID : 224 (0xE0)
Format : MPEG Video
Format version : Version 2
Format profile : Main@Main
Format settings, BVOP : Yes
Format settings, Matrix : Custom
Format settings, GOP : Variable
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 6 176 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 7 700 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC

ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80)
Format : AC-3
Format/Info : Audio Coding 3
Mode extension : CM (complete main)
Format settings, Endianness : Big
Muxing mode : DVD-Video
Bit rate mode : Constant
Bit rate : 448 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Bit depth : 16 bits

01 - Whiskey Rock And Roller
02 - I Ain't The One
03 - The Needle And The Spoon
04 - I'm A Country Boy
05 - Gimme Three Steps
06 - Don't Ask Me No Questions
07 - Saturday Night Special
08 - Railroad Song
09 - Call Me The Breeze
10 - Sweet Home Alabama
11 - On The Hunt
12 - Free Bird

Info file says, "DVD from video shot by Bill Graham's in-house multi-camera black and white setup. Not great video quality,  but not too bad either. The soundboard audio is very decent quality with selectable Dolby Digital/AC3 or linear PCM audio. There are a few minor bad spots, especially at the beginning  of the show and please understand that the in-house black and white Winterland video setup left a bit to be desired even when captured off of a master tape. But that being said, I'm sure this will please any Lynyrd Skynyrd fan just fine!

Pink Floyd - Psychfest (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)


1.Interview (The Beatles Section)

Paul McCartney
London - Jo Durden-Smith (TV: It's So Far Out...It's Normal)
19 Jan 1967
The Beatles
Paul interviewed for the TV documentary on psychedelia "It's So Far Out...It's Normal"
Paul McCartney discusses psychedelia

2.Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett/Waters/Wright/Mason)

'Tonight Let's All Make Love In London' Version
12 Jan 1967
Pink Floyd
From "London 66-67" Film
From the film "Tonite let's all make Love in London"

3. Nick's Boogie (Barrett/Mason/Wright/Waters)

'Tonight Let's All Make Love In London' Version
12 Jan 1967
Pink Floyd
From London "66-67" Film
From the film "Tonite let's all make Love in London"

4.Arnold Layne (Barrett)

Promo Clip
Mar 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white clip, Spring 1967

5. Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett/Waters/Wright/Mason)

UFO Club
Mar 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white footage of band and various happenings.

6.Nick's Boogie (Barrett/Mason/Wright/Waters)

London Club
Mar 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white footage of band, audience watching in bewilderment, and a brief interview in German about people having a joyful sense of community/connectedness because of it all. From Bavarian TV's "Die jungen Nachtwandler".

7.Pow R Toc H (Barrett/Wright/Waters/Mason)

BBC, The Look Of The Week
14 May 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white clip. Brief excerpt of song. Listed as on the 24th.

8.Interview (Pink Floyd Section)

The Look Of The Week
14 May 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white. Hans Keller dicusses the band's music. Not terribly positively, but he's fair and intelligent with it. Listed as 24 May.

9.Astronomy Domine (Barrett)

BBC, The Look Of The Week
14 May 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white clip. Listed as 24 May.

10.Interview (Pink Floyd Section)

The Look Of The Week
14 May 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white clip. Hans Keller interviews Syd and Roger: again, he's rigorous with them! The source footage changes for the worse after a minute - from being excellent, it becomes average, making Syd and Roger's teeth look black at the edges (maybe they were of course)! Listed as 24 May.

11.Scarecrow (Barrett)

Promo Clip
Pink Floyd
Colour, Summer 1967. Cuts out after a minute, unfortunately.

12. Silent Footage (unknown)

8mm Footage
Pink Floyd
Amateur 8mm colour silent footage of the band outside the studio.

13. Apples And Oranges (Barrett)

American Bandstand
6 Nov 1967
Pink Floyd
Black & white. Mimed (Syd does move his lips!).

14.Astronomy Domine (Barrett)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

15. Scarecrow (Barrett)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

16.Corporal Clegg (Waters)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

17.Paintbox (Wright)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

18.Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Waters)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

19.See Emily Play (Barrett)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Interesting to see them mime to Syd's vocals without him actually being there...

20. Bike (Barrett)

Belgian Promo Clip
Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Black & white clips made with Belgian TV, 22-29 February 1968. Photomontage.

21. Let There Be More Light (Waters)

21 Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Show for French TV. Mimed in colour.
The sound and vision here are poor.

22. Flaming (Barrett)

21 Feb 1968
Pink Floyd
Show for French TV. Colour.
Show for French TV. Colour, but the sound and vision here are poor.

23.(Medley) (unknown)

Medley title

(date unknown)

Nick's Boogie (Barrett/Mason/Wright/Waters)

Rome Goes Pop!
6 May 1968
Pink Floyd
Colour footage with psychedelic/kaleidoscopic effects.

Interstellar Overdrive (Barrett/Waters/Wright/Mason)

Rome Goes Pop!
6 May 1968
Pink Floyd
Colour footage with psychedelic/kaleidoscopic effects.

24.Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Waters)

All My Loving
26 Mar 1968
Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd's spot was filmed in March - the programme was first broadcast on 3 November 1968.
Footage in red tones for this BBC documentary about contemporary British music.

25.Careful With That Axe, Eugene (Waters/Wright/Gilmour/Mason)

Kralingen Pop Festival
28 Jun 1970
Pink Floyd

Bruce Springsteen - 1978-06-24 - Portland, OR (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Location: Paramount Theatre, Portland OR
Date: 1978-06-24
Label: E Street Records ES 37/38/39
Title: Raising Cain
Sound: Soundboard

Unknown. Tested / verified files with TLH.

Disc 1:
01 Badlands
02 Night
03 Spirit in the night
04 Darkness on the edge of town
05 For You
06 The promised land [completely out of tune guitar solo]
07 Prove it all night [With long guitar intro]
08 Racing in the street
09 Thunder road
10 Jungleland

Disc 2:
11 Paradise by the C
12 Fire
13 Adam raised a Cain
14 Mona
15 She's the one
16 Growin' up
17 Backstreets
18 Rosalita (Come out tonight)

Disc 3:
19 The promise
20 Born to run
21 10th avenue freeze-out
22 Quarter to three

Bonus Tracks from Cleveland 1 January 1979
23 For You *
24 It's Hard to be a Saint in the City *
25 Santa Claus is Coming to Town *
26 I Fought the Law *
27 The Fever *

* 1979-01-01 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland OH

Complete Show - Soundboard source. Promised Land features a completely out of tune guitar solo. Another great version of Adam Raised a Cain. Released on CD "Raising Cain" (E St Records)

Frank Zappa - 1980-06-11 - Paris, France (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Palais des Sports, Paris, France

early show

DVD PAL (MPEG-2 720x576 25 i/s CBR 3850kbps, Audio 48000 Hz 384 Kb/s)
VHS > JVC HR-J415MS > ATI AIW 7500 > TMPGenc DVD Authoring

Frank Zappa (lead guitar, vocals)
Ike Willis (rhythm guitar, vocals)
Ray White (rhythm guitar, vocals)
Tommy Mars (keyboards, vocals)
Arthur Barrow (bass, keyboards, vocals)
David Logeman (drums)

01. Introduction 3:30
02. Chunga's Revenge 6:23
03. Keep It Greasey 3:08
04. Outside Now 7:23
05. City Of Tiny Lights 9:46
06. Pound For A Brown 14:57
07. Cosmik Debris 4:13
08. You Didn't Try To Call Me 3:37
09. I Ain't Got No Heart 2:04
10. Love Of My Life 1:54
11. You Are What You Is 3:21
12. Easy Meat 9:36
13. Mudd Club 3:08
14. The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing 3:09
15. Heavenly Bank Account 4:29
16. Suicide Chump 4:47
17. Jumbo Go Away 3:58
18. If Only She Woulda 12:23
19. I Don't Wanna Get Drafted 2:35
20. Joe's Garage 2:22
21. Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? 4:29
22. Dancin' Fool 3:55
23. Bobby Brown 2:43
24. Ms Pinky 5:34
25. Stick It Out 7:10
26. The Illinois Enema Bandit 10:47

Total time
2h 21mn 21s

John Cougar Mellencamp - 1992-07-04 - Noblesville, IN (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Show or Bootleg Title: 1992-07-04- Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN & More [DVD-PRO]

Size: 720x 480
Bit Rate: 4640 kbps.
Frame Rate: 29.97 frames/second
Video Compression: MPEG-2
Aspect Ratio: 4:3

Bit Rate: 384 kbps
Channels: 2
Sample Rate: 48000 Hz
Audio CODEC: MPEG-1 Layer 2

PRO -> unknown digital transfer -> DVD -> MY HDD -> you

ABC IN CONCERT July 4 1992
01. Intro
02. Love & Happiness
03. Paper In Fire
04. Jack & Diane
05. Lonely Ol' Night
06. Check It Out
07. Rain On The Scarecrow
08. Small Town
09. Crumblin' Down
10. R.O.C.K. In The USA
11. Hurts So Good
12. Authority Song
13. Land Of 1,000 Dances
14. Pink Houses
15. Cherry Bomb


01. Intro
02. Jackie Brown
03. Rain On The Scarecrow
04. Authority Song
05. Land Of 1,000 Dances
06. Like A Rolling Stone
07. Leopard Skin Pill Box


01. Rain On The Scarecrow
02. Pink Houses

R.E.M. - 1989-09-15 - Mansfield, MA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Soundboard > ? > CDR > EAC > .wav > TLH > FLAC6

Disc 1:
01. Stand (cuts in)
02. The One I Love
03. So. Central Rain
04. Driver 8
05. Turn You Inside-Out
06. Belong
07. Orange Crush
08. Feeling Gravity's Pull
09. Swan Swan H
10. Sitting Still
11. World Leader Pretend
12. I Believe
13. Fall On Me
14. Pretty Persuasion
15. Get Up

Disc 2:
01. Auctioneer (Another Engine)
02. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

Encore 1
03. Pop Song 89
04. Exhuming McCarthy
05. You Are The Everything

encore 2
06. Begin The Begin
07. King Of Birds
08. See No Evil

encore 3
09. Harpers
10. Ghost Rider
11. Finest Worksong
12. Perfect Circle
13. After Hours

The Dead Daisies - 2016-09-07 - Bridgeport, CT (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

The Dead Daisies 
Webster Bank Arena, Bridgeport, CT 
Wednesday, September 7th, 2016 
Opening for Kiss 
Recorded by viper from Section 103, Row U, Seat 17 (See photos included for my view) 
Source: Nokia Lumia Icon w/built-in HAAC mics > Audio Recorder Pro app > 16bit/48 KHz PCM/WAV 
Encoding: Trader's Little Helper > FLAC (Level 8) 

John Corabi: Vocals 
Doug Aldrich: Guitars 
David Lowy: Guitars 
Marco Mendoza: Bass 
Brian Tichy: Drums 

01 Midnight Moses (The Sensational Alex Harvey Band cover) 
02 Mexico 
03 Make Some Noise 
04 Fortunate Son (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover) 
05 Lock 'n' Load 
06 Long Way to Go 
07 Join Together (The Who cover) 
08 The Last Time I Saw the Sun 
09 Band Intros 
10 Devil Out of Time 
11 Helter Skelter (The Beatles cover) 

Length: 49mins, 58secs 

Opening for Kiss. I usually miss opening acts, as drinking beer in the parking lot of venue X seems like a better deal (for instance, I missed Rival Sons - opening for Black Sabbath - twice this year as the call of the beer was greater). I then regret it later on. This time, for whatever reason, we decided to go in early and catch The Dead Daisies' set. A bit of a hard rock Super Group, The Dead Daisies were pretty good. I'm a fan of Dough Aldrich, from his work with Dio (check out "Holy Diver - Live"), as well as Whitesnake, and John Corabi is an excellent frontman. I did find it a bit odd that they played 4 covers in a 50 minute set.

Gong - 1971-1972 - POP2 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-hot)

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9216Kbps
AC3 48000Hz 2ch stereo 1536Kbps

01. POP2 (19 January 1971)
02. POP2 (24 April 1972)


Family - 1970-1971 - POP2 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Family - POP2

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9200Kbps
48000Hz stereo 1536Kbps

POP2 16.01.1971:
01. Holding The Compas
02. Interview
03. Part Of The Load

POP2 31.10.1970:
04. Good News, Bad News
05. Procession / No Mule's Fool
06. The Weaver's Answer


Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Dream Theater - 2002-03-22 - Boston, MA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)

Dream Theater
March 22nd, 2002
The Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA
"When Mike and Mike Unite"

[Disc 1]
1. The Glass Prison
2. Burning My Soul '96 [*]
3. Another Hand
4. The Killing Hand
5. Surrounded
6. Through My Words
7. Fatal Tragedy

[Disc 2]
1. The Great Debate
2. Another Dimension [#]
3. Guitar Solo
4. Scarred [$]
5. Take the Time (with drum duel) [%]

[Disc 3]
Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence:
1. Overture [!]
2. About To Crash
3. War Inside My Head
4. The Test That Stumped Them All
5. Goodnight Kiss
6. Solitary Shell
7. About To Crash (Reprise)
8. Losing Time/Grand Finale

9. Home
10. The Spirit Carries On
11. Pull Me Under
12. Master of Puppets (partial) [^]

Total show length: 3 hours, 11 minutes

Notes key:
[*] Different arrangement than FII version, includes part of Hell's Kitchen in the middle
[#] Liquid Tension Experiment track
[$] Includes 2112: Grand Finale by Rush at the end
[%] Features guest appearence by Mike Mangini, playing one half of Portnoy's Siamese Monster kit, includes parts of Rush's By-Tor and the Snow Dog and Working Man
[!] Pre-recorded keyboard only version, played with a light show before the band took the stage for the 2nd set
[^] Metallica cover

John Fogerty - 2009-11-07 - Los Angeles, CA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Live By Request 2009

Shrine Exposition Hall

DVD video
NTSC 704x480, 29,97fps, 16:9 anamorphic, 9000/9200 CBR
DD5.1 384 kbps, 48 kHz

01.Proud Mary
02.Bad Moon Rising
03.Green River
04.Fortunate Son
05.Lookin' Out My Back Door
06.Garden Party
07.The Night Time Is the Right Time
08.Centerfield introduction
10.When Will I Be Loved
11.Rock and Roll Girls
12.Up Around the Bend
13.Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
14.Born on the Bayou
15.Down on the Corner

(NBC Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009-09-08)
1.Change In The Weather 

(CBS Late Show with D. Letterman 2009-06-12)
2.When Will I Be Loved 

Fairport Convention - 1970 - Paris, FR (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Fairport Convention - POP2

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9200Kbps
MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 384Kbps

POP2 émission du 05 décembre 1970

01. Dirty Linen
02. Sloth
03. The Journeyman's Grace

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


Bonnie Raitt - 1976-03-23 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Live At The Old Grey Whistle Test

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 704x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 8182Kbps
Dolby AC3 48000Hz 2ch 448Kbps

01. Bob Harris Introduction
02. Love Me Like A Man
03. Too Long At The Fair
04. I'm Blown Away
05. You've Got To Know How
06. Kokomo
07. Sugar Mama
08. What Do You Want The Boy To Do
09. Under The Falling Sky
10. Angel
11. From Montgomery


Beach Boys - 1971 - POP2 (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

POP2 émission du 17 avril 1971
Gaumont Palace

DVD Video
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 9216Kbp
MPEG Audio 48000Hz mono 192Kbps

01. Country Air
02. Wouldn't It Be Nice
03. Goin' On
04. Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring
05. Cotton Fields
06. It's About Time

Cat Stevens - 1971-11-27 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Live at BBC TV
(re-broadcasted/taped on May 22, 2009)

Cat Stevens - vocals, guitar, piano
Larry Steele - bass
Alun Davies - guitar

DVD Video
PAL 4:3(720x576) VBR, bitrate 9574bps,at 25.000fps
English ( AC3, 2/0 ch, 256Kbps,) 48.0Khz,2 channels, AC-3

01. Moon shadow
02. Tuesday's Dead
03. Wild World
04. How Can I Tell You
05. Maybe You're Right
06. I Love My Dog
07. Bitter Blue
08. Change IV
09. Into White
10. Father & Son


This is one of the "IN CONCERT" programs the BBC did in the early 70's. Singer-songwriter Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam, in concert from 1971. Includes many of his classic hits such as Moon Shadow, Wild World and Father and Son.

Them - 1967-1982 - They Used To Be Them (VAR/FLAC)

(Various FLAC)

THEM (post-Van) xxxx-xx-xx They Used To Be Them (various 1967-1982) (FLAC)

They Used To Be Them
Various bands, locations & dates

Disc 1:
BRONCO – 1979 BBC-TV, England
01. Barrytown
02. Run For Your Life
03. The Musician
04. Easy Money
05. Smoke From A Distant Fire
06. Where Can We Go?

KENNY MCDOWELL - "Songs From The Shed" studio demos, date unknown
07. Music
08. Barrytown
09. The Musician
10. Run For Your Life
11. Love Dealer
12. Best Of Make Believe
13. Hard Road
14. Trouble In Paradise
15. Harland The Wolf
16. In Transit
17. Hold On
18. Touch Junkie

Disc 2:
LIGHT – 1979 Pound Club, Belfast, Northern Ireland - part 1
01. Shine Your Light
02. "Dealin'" [actual title unknown]
03. Layla
04. I've Been Working
05. Hey Joe
06. Purple Haze + band introductions
07. Free Bird
08. Wide Open
09. Small Matter

Disc 3:
LIGHT – 1979 Pound Club, Belfast, Northern Ireland - part 2
01. Beatification Of A Sad Pussycat
02. Castles In The Sand
03. For Your Love
04. Stormy Monday
05. Rocky Mountain Way

SK'BOO - It's A Hard Road EP acetate @1981-1982
06. Talking Pictures + God's Peace In Mind
07. It's A Hard Road
08. Music Is Life

THEM – 1967 "Open Session", KRLA Radio Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA
09. Interview by John Carpenter

BRONCO - Kenny McDowell, other members unknown
KENNY MCDOWELL - Kenny McDowell, other musicians unknown
LIGHT - Jim Armstrong, Albert Mills, George O'Hara, Bertie McDonald, Brian Scott
SK'BOO - Jim Armstrong, Kenny McDowell, Mike Arkins, Alan Hunter
THEM - Jim Armstrong, Kenny McDowell, Ray Elliott, Alan Henderson, Dave Harvey

SOURCES: TV, studio, audience & radio
BRONCO – 1979 BBC-TV, England: TV > ?? > low-generation Maxell XLII analog cassette tape > CD-R > EAC wave > EQ & slight editing > CD-R > EAC wave > Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 & torrent > The Traders’ Den

KENNY MCDOWELL - "Songs From The Shed" studio demos, date unknown: studio > ?? > low-generation Maxell XLII analog cassette tape > CD-R > EAC wave > EQ > CD-R > EAC wave > Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 & torrent > The Traders’ Den

LIGHT – 1979 Pound Club, Belfast, Northern Ireland: audience > ?? > low-generation Maxell XLII analog cassette tape > CD-R > EAC wave > EQ & editing > CD-R > EAC wave > Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 & torrent > The Traders’ Den

SK'BOO - It's A Hard Road EP acetate @1981-1982: studio > acetate > ?? > low-generation Maxell XLII analog cassette tape > CD-R > EAC wave > EQ > CD-R > EAC wave > Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 & torrent > The Traders’ Den

THEM – 1967 "Open Session", KRLA Radio Studio, Los Angeles, California, USA: radio > ?? > 3rd generation Maxell XLII analog cassette tape > CD-R > EAC wave > EQ > CD-R > EAC wave > Traders Little Helper FLAC level 8 & torrent > The Traders’ Den

Originally treed via The Archival Group and uploaded to Dime @2005. This set brings together two former members of Them - Jim Armstrong, who joined the original Them in September 1965 and is still active today with the Jim Armstrong Band, - and Kenny McDowell, who took over as lead vocalist for Them after Van Morrison left in 1966 and also continues to perform in Belfast.

Rush - 2015-08-01 - Inglewood, CA (AUD/FLAC) by REQUEST

(Audience FLAC)


AT831 -> SP-SPSB-11 -> R-09HR -> Soundforge -> FLAC 

Set 1:
01. -The World Is...The World Is- 
02. The Anarchist 
03. Headlong Flight (with 'Drumbastica' mini drum solo) 
04. Far Cry 
05. The Main Monkey Business 
06. One Little Victory 
07. Animate 
08. Roll The Bones 
09. Distant Early Warning 
10. Losing It (with Jonathan Dinklage) 
11. Subdivisions 

Set 2: 
12. -No Country For Old Hens- 
13. Tom Sawyer 
14. Red Barchetta 
15. The Spirit Of Radio 
16. Jacob's Ladder 
17. Cyngus X-1 
(Book II: Hemispheres Part I: Prelude) 
(Book One: The Voyage Parts 1 & 3, with drum solo) 
18. Closer To The Heart 
19. Xanadu 
20. 2112 

(Part I: Overture 
(Part II: The Temples Of Syrinx) 
(Part III: Presenation) 
(Part IV: Grand Finale) 
21. -Mel's Rock Pile (starring Eugene Levy)) 
22. Lakeside Park 
23. Anthem 
24. What You're Doing 
25. Working Man (with Garden Road outro) 
26. -Exit Stage Left- 

Tracks 1, 12, 26 are videos played on the screens 

And so it begins, after taking the summer off, I will now post at least 100 consecutive 2015 masters. Except I am not going to count this one since there are already other sources out there. A little late starting because I went 9 days without a computer. Or a little early because my whole reason for putting a hold on seeding new stuff and reseeding old stuff is I was planning on going to as many shows as I am physically capable of. Except this year I was physically capable of a lot less than last year (which saw me going out a record 21 nights in a row) because the aging process is speeding up, and I got really sick smack dab in the middle of August with chills in a hundred degree weather derailing many shows. The one that hurt the most was missing 2001: A Space Odyssey with orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl as any bands I blew off will sure enough be rolling around again. 

But it gave me time to try to catch up. (Then I got sick again in early October but not so sick I had to miss anything I was looking forward to for six months) 

About this show: 

I first saw Rush in 1986, my 3rd ever show. Always wanted to see them again but it was just never convenient. Not to mention sometimes I like them but most of the time they bore the hell out of me. This time around I wasn't even attuned to the last show twangs, only I had money when tickets went on sale and it was at the Forum which was a much better choice than Staples Center, Irvine, Nokia Theatre or any of the awful places they usually play so I decided to jump on one of the cheap seats. Sorry folks, it's always the cheap seats. Except they are not really cheap anymore. (Thanks Sir Mick!) 

Anyway I have hardly listened to Rush at all in the last several decades but I really enjoyed the hell out of this show. It was one of the best executed classic rock shows I have ever seen. It's been so long that some songs like Distant Early Warning I totally forgot even existed but brought me back to a time when my musical consciousness was still constrained by the KLOS playlist. Also I always need music to sleep and in the 1980's I had a tape of Exit Stage Left I would play at bedtime. With my eyes closed, Red Barchetta always stimulated all sorts of visuals in my mind's eye as I drifted off, though I still have no idea what a Barchetta even looks like. So I was glad they played that. It was like I was ten years and it was bedtime all over again. 

My favorite part had to be the encore and especially What You're Doing. If only they had stuck with that sound instead revolutionizing geek rock, who knows how history might have changed. Probably as well remembered and beloved as Budgie. Except without being covered by Metallica. 

Thankfully the crowd around me was enjoying it too and was very attentive and I didn't even catch a hint of inappropriate conversation anywhere around me which probably helped me enjoy it more than I usually do at arena shows. Gonna get the DVD in a few weeks too. Probably only the second time in my life I will be spending real money on Rush but the show was that good.