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Monday, February 20, 2017

Robert Plant - 1983-12-13 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Hammersmith Odeon

Taper, & Taping Gear: ??Unknown?? 
Source: "Treat Her Right" Liberated Bootleg; Wardour label #Wardour-001 
Lineage: "SBD" Silver> EAC (secure mode-read offset corrected)> WAV> FLAC8> 2005 Download burned to audio disc (Nero) Trade CDR> 2011 DAE (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries) 
Quality: ex- 

DISC 1 
01. In The Mood
02. Pledge Pin
03. Messin' With the Mekon
04. Worse Than Detroit
05. Thru' With the Two Step
06. Other Arms
07. Horizontal Departure
08. Moonlight in Samosa

DISC 2 
01. Wreckless Love
02. Member Introduction
03. Slow Dancer
04. Like I've Never Been Gone
05. Burning Down One Side
06. Big Log
07. Stranger Here...Than Over There
08. Treat Her Right (w/ Jimmy Page)

Length: 16 tracks = 115:48 minutes 

ORIGINAL NOTES: 
EX Soundboard-source tape slighly worn in places, but still on of the best sounding Plant board tapes ever. Similar in quality to the newer Feb 20, 1984 SB. 

Journey - 1983-03-02 - Tokyo, JP (FM/FLAC)


(FM Broadcast FLAC)

title: Shredding The Budokan

Lineage:
FM Broadcast -> unknown source (cassette?) -> CD-R -> Exact Audio Copy ->Trader's Little Helper (FLAC level 8)

cd1
01 - intro (removed - contains official release)
02 - Chain Reaction
03 - Wheel In The Sky
04 - Line Of Fire
05 - Send Her My Love
06 - Still The Ride
07 - Open Arms
08 - piano solo
09 - Frontiers
10 - Rubicon
11 - Faithfully

cd2
01 - Who's Crying Now
02 - Don't Stop Believin'
03 - Stone In Love
04 - Keep On Runnin'
05 - Any Way You Want It
06 - Separate Ways (encore)
07 - After The Fall (removed - official release)
08 - Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' (removed - official release)
09 - Don't Fight It (encore)

Sound Quality A+

Notes:
Not the complete show. Not broadcast (or at least included in my version) are the songs No More Lies, Backtalk, Edge Of The Blade, Escape, and Lights. I have removed the intro as it contains the studio version of Any Way You Want It. I have also removed 2 songs from the encore - After The Fall and Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'. These 2 songs are contained in the official release Journey - Greatest Hits Live. Although the credits on the official release say the Japan songs frmo the album were recorded in May 1983, all records I can find on the internet indicate they were touring in America in May 1983, and I am sure those 2 songs from Greatest Hits Live are taken from this Japan show.

Now that that's out of the way, this is an awesome show! Killer versions of all songs, but definite hightlights are the triple hit of Send Her My Love, Still They Ride (best version ever!!?!), and Open Arms. Separate Ways is also especially rockin' in this show. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. 

Sunday, February 19, 2017

New Order - 2012-07-13 - Novi Sad, Serbia (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Exit Festival 2012

Pro-Shot
System - PAL
Location - Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad, Serbia
Size - 3,00 GB
Chapters - Yes
Menu - No
Source - TV (Via DVD Recorder)
Quality - 8/10

Video:
MPEG2 Video 720x576 (4:3) 25.00fps 4168Kbps [Video]

Audio:
MPEG Audio 48000Hz stereo 256Kbps [Audio]

Subtitle:
DVD Subpicture [Subtitle]

01 - Elegia
02 - Crystal
03 - Regret
04 - Love Vigilantes
05 - Ceremony
06 - Age of Consent
07 - Isolation (Joy Division cover)
08 - Krafty
09 - Bizarre Love Triangle
10 - True Faith
11 - 586
12 - The Perfect Kiss
13 - Blue Monday
14 - Temptation

Encore:
15 - Transmission (Joy Division cover)
16 - Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division cover)

Length - 1 hour 31 minutes

Iron Maiden - 2012-07-04 - Milwaukee, WI (DVDfull aud-shot)

(DVDfull aud-shot)

Marcus Ampitheater 

Summerfest 

Lineage unknown: 
MPEG2, NTSC, 4:3, 720x480, AC3 256k stereo,

01 - Intro/Moonchild 

02 - Can I Play With Madness 
03 - The Prisoner 
04 - 2 Minutes To Midnight 
05 - Afraid To Shoot Strangers 
06 - The Trooper 
07 - The Number Of The Beast 
08 - Phantom Of The Opera 
09 - Run To The Hills 
10 - Wasted Years 
11 - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son 
12 - The Clairvoyant 
13 - Fear Of The Dark 
14 - Iron Maiden 
15 - ENCORES: 
16 - Aces High 
17 - The Evil That Men Do 
18 - Running Free 

Notes by the uploader
I and a friend tried to film this show, but we had troubles with cameras 'overheating', I guess all this newfangled HD crap pushes too much data. Thankfully we spied this other guy who got the whole show! DVD received in trade, thanks to the filmer! Audience shoot from the pit, shaky at times, amazing closeups 




The Who - 2000-07-07 - Camden, NJ (2xDVDfull pro-shot)

(2xDVDfull pro-shot) 

"My Idea Of Ecstasy"

Source: 
Master > SVHS > DVCAM > SA Recorded DVD > PC Authored DVD

Video: NTSC 704x480 29.97fps 4300kbps aVBR
Aspect Ratio: 4:3 Generic
Audio: Dolby Digital AC3 48khz 256kbps

DVD1:
01 - I Can't Explain
02 - Substitute
03 - Anyway Anyhow Anywhere
04 - I Don't Even Know Myself
05 - My Wife
06 - Baba O'Riley
07 - Relay
08 - Bargain
09 - I'm One
10 - Pinball Wizard
11 - The Real Me
12 - Who Are You
13 - Magic Bus

DVD2:
01 - Behind Blue Eyes
02 - You Better You Bet
03 - 5:15
04 - Won't Get Fooled Again
05 - Intro's and Encore
06 - The Kids Are Alright
07 - Let's See Action
08 - My Generation





Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1987-03-25 - Daytona Beach, FL (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

The Ocean Center, Daytona Beach, Florida, U.S.A.

NTSC-DVD = 3.12GB
Source: "PRO Shot" Video
Source: TV; Conversion: VHS tape> RCA 4-head Hi-Fi VCR> Datavideo TBC-1000 (Time Base Corretor)> Hauppauge WinTV-PVR150 + Soundblaster Extigy (audio)> DVD-Lab Pro
Audio: Codec AC3, Bitrate 256 kb/s stereo
Video: mpeg 2, Resolution 720 x 480, framerate 29.0/sec, datarate 6200, bitrate ~6500, aspect 4:3


01. Scuttlebuttin'
02. Say What
03. Lookin' Out the Window
04. Look At Little Sister
05. Ain't Gone N Give Up On Love
06. Superstition
07. Willie the Wimp
08. Cold Shot
09. Couldn't Stand the Weather
10. Life Without You
11. Love Struck Baby
12. Rude Mood, band intros


Filler: Pre-show interview from same day 


Slayer - 2002-07-07 - Montreux, CH (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Fileformat; DVD-5
Filesize; 4.21 gb

Videosource; Unknown
Taper; Unknown
TV system; Pal
Screen format; 4:3
Frames per second; 25
Resolution; 720x576
videocodec; mpeg2
Videobitrate; 8.199 kbs
Audiocodec; Dolby digital
Audiobitrate; 384 kbs
DVD author; Snakefuture

Lineage
DVD (mail) > Tmpegenc dvd author; extracted mpeg2 stream > added proper chapterpoints and menu.

01 - War Ensemble
02 - Stain of Mind
03 - Threshold
04 - Postmortem
05 - Raining Blood
06 - Hell Awaits
07 - Die by the Sword
08 - Born of Fire
09 - Bloodline
10 - God Send Death
11 - Dead Skin Mask
12 - Seasons in the Abyss
13 - Payback
14 - Mandatory Suicide
15 - Chemical Warfare
16 - Encore:
17 - South of Heaven
18 - Angel of Death

Duration: 70 minutes and 37 seconds.

Red Hot Chili Peppers - 2006-07-29 - Niigata, JP (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Naeba Ski Resort
Fuji Rock Festival

VIDEO - PRO#1a (Complete Recording)
NTSC 4:3 720/480

Menú
Chapters

AUDIO
AC3 - Dolby Digital

01. Intro Jam
02. Can't Stop
03. Dani California
04. Charlie
05. Readymade
06. The Needle And The Damage Done (Flea)
07. Throw Away Your Television / Don't You Ever Leave
08. Snow ((Hey Oh))
09. Me And My Friends
10. Wet Sand
11. London Calling (Intro) / Right On Time
12. How Deep Is Your Love? (John)
13. Don't Forget Me
14. Tell Me Baby
15. Californication
16. By The Way

ENCORE
17. You're Gonna Get Yours / Give It Away
18. Final Jam





Neil Young - 1990-1995 - Farm Aid (pre-FM/FLAC)



(pre-FM FLAC)

Farm Aid compilation 

~remastered by exene~

lineage
Westwood One radio cds > eac > wav > flac

October 1, 1995
Cardinal Stadium
Louisville, KY 
01.  Comes A Time
02. The Needle And The Damage Done
03. Mother Earth
04. Four Strong Winds
05. Helpless
06. Heart Of Gold
07. Sugar Mountain

September 18, 1994
Superdome
New Orleans, LA 
08. Country Home
09. Down By The River
10. All Along The Watchtower *
11. Farmer John
12. Change Your Mind

March 14, 1992
Texas Stadium
Irving, TX 
13. Harvest Moon
14. Old Man
15. Heart Of Gold

April 7, 1990
Indiana Housier Dome
Indianapolis, IN 
16. Rockin in the Free World
17. Mother Earth

* with special guest Willie Nelson

These are Farm Aid shows, so no small theaters here, all stadiums and arenas.  But the sound quality is superb, and fantastic renditions of his classics.  The two versions of Mother Earth and Heart of Gold are very different renditions, so I included both.

Kiss - 1996-10-01 - Atlanta, GA (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Source:
Soundboard > ? > CDR > EAC > .wav > FLAC Frontend > FLAC > DVD+R

The Omni

Disc 1
01 - Deuce
02 - King Of The Night Time World
03 - Do You Love Me?
04 - Calling Dr. Love
05 - Cold Gin
06 - Watching You
07 - Firehouse
08 - I Stole Your Love
09 - Shock Me > Guitar
10 - Let Me Go, Rock & Roll
11 - Strutter

Disc 2
01 - Bass > God Of Thunder
02 - New York Groove
03 - Love Gun
04 - 100,000 Years
05 - Black Diamond
06 - Detroit Rock City
07 - Beth
08 - Rock & Roll All Night

Journey - 2006-09-03 - Reno, NV (SBD/FLAC)



(soundboard FLAC)

Reno Event Center

Lineage:
Multitracked soundboard
Mixed and Recorded by SOS Mobile Recording Studio
Subsidary to SOS Productions
Mix version 3.0

01. Star Spangled Banner pt. 1
02. Star Spangled Banner pt. 2
03. Stone In Love
04. Ask The Lonely
05. Wheel In The Sky
06. Keep On Runnin
07. Egde Of The Blade
08. Who's Crying Now
09. Chain Reaction
10. Lights
11. Piano Solo
12. Open Arms
13. Lovin, Touchin, Squeezin
14. Escape
15. Dead Or Alive
16. Faithfully
17. Don't Stop Believin'
18. Any Way You Want It
19. Encore
20. Separate Ways

Notes:
Sounds pretty good and thought it would be a good X-Mas present to the Journey world. When burning the CD, if you leave out the pt 1 of the SSB and Encore break, you can squeeze (and love and touch it) onto one cd. Left the whole show in there for the complete-only crowd, which I understand.

Good amount of time was spending in mixing this so hope you guys like it. Sounds good loud! Thanks to Journey for putting on a fine show, and congrats to Jeff Scott Soto for the official promotion!

ROCKPHANTOM'S NOTES:
I've recently rediscovered this amazing Journey soundboard recording featuring the incomparable Jeff Scott Soto on lead vocals. While JSS may have had a short tenure with Journey, his contribution to the group will live on through this red hot performance in Reno, Nevada on September 3rd, 2006.

Ozzy Osbourne - 1982-04-28 - Memphis, TN (FM/FLAC)


(FM Broadcast FLAC)

Ozzy Ozbourne 1982-04-28 Memphis, Tenn. Mid South Coliseum (FLAC)

lineage:
live FM broadcast (not pre-recorded) > Sansui 8 reciever > unknown cassette deck (dolby off) > Maxell XLII 90 min. master cassette > played on Nak. 125 into soundforge w/Realtek soundcard > FLAC > torrentially (and Ozistentially) yours.


Ozzy Ozbourne - vocals
Brad Gillis - guitar
Don Airey - keyboards
Rudy Sarzo - bass
Tommy Aldridge - drums
Mid-South Coliseum
Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.A.
April 28, 1982
from master live FM broadcast tape (not pre-recorded)


01 - radio announcer introduction and intro music > 1:49
02 - over the mountain 4:30
03 - Mr. Crowley 5:39
04 - crazy train 6:12
05 - revelation (mother earth) > steal away (the night) 9:52
06 - suicide solution (with guitar and drum solos) 14:57
07 - goodbye to romance (spliced) 6:01
08 - I don't know 4:53
09 - believer 5:49
10 - flying high again 4:58
11 - iron man > 4:36
12 - children of the grave 5:41
13 - paranoid (encore) 3:23
14 - announcer closing credits :53

runtime - 79:21

The Who - New Years Eve (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Label - Fire Power FP-015
Original CD > EAC > FLAC
ffp & logfiles included / Md5 added.
Quality: VG SBD (Stereo)

Venue:
Tracks 01-02: BBC Television Centre, London "Lulu" TV Show, Wednesday,
December 30, 1970
Tracks 03-06 - Pete Townshend Demos (not found on official releases, i.e. SCOOP, Tommy Deluxe Edition)
Tracks 07-13: BBC 1 Top Of The Pops Into 71, broadcast on December 31, 1970.
Recording: BBC Television & Sound board
Comments: The Lulu Show songs are a bit weak in performance and the rest of the
CD is comprised of Tommy demos and rehearsals. Apart from the Lulu tracks, this
is an interesting CD. Tracks 3-6 appear to be identical to other Tommy Demos
tracks. However, Tracks 7-13 appear to be WHO rehearsals featuring Roger Daltrey
on vocals. Track 7 cuts in immediately before the verse. The track venues listed
above were referenced from The Who Concert File book, (p.71).

01. I Don't Even Know Myself
02. Naked Eye
03. I'm Free
04. Tommy's Holiday Camp
05. Welcome
06. We're Not Gonna Take It
07. Go To The Mirror
08. Smash The Mirror
09. Miracle Cure
10. Sally Simpson
11. I'm Free
12. Tommy's Holiday Camp
13. We're Not Gonna Take It

Journey - Charge Of The Light Brigade (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Zipperdeke ZIP-015

lineage
Silver cd > EAC > FLAC > WAV > CDR > EAC (secure) > WAV > TLH > FLAC (L8)

01 - Mystery Mountain [studio mix - unfinished]
02 - In The Morning Day [studio mix - no vocals]
03 - Charge Of The Light Brigade a.k.a. Alive Again [fusion w/ killer Neal Solos]
04 - Still Lovers
05 - To Make Some Music [studio mix - no vocals]
06 - In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations [studio mix - no vocals]
07 - Angels From Heaven
08 - Can You Hear Me
09 - Kohoutek [studio mix - differs from released version]
10 - Out Of Control [Schon lights it up]
11 - To Make Some Music [no vocals - alt. version]
12 - See The Light
13 - Charge Of The Light Brigade a.k.a. Alive Again [alt. version - faster tempo]
14 - Your Little Girl
15 - Voodoo Chile
16 - Tonight

Lineup on tracks 01 to 13:
Neal Schon - Guitar
Ross Valory - Bass
Gregg Rolie - Vocals, Keyboards
George Tickner - Guitar
Prairie Prince - Drums

Lineup on track 14 to 16:
Pete Sears - Bass
Neil Schon - Guitar
Greg Errico - Drums
Gregg Rolie - Keyboards


The unfinished album by the original pre-Steve Perry Journey. 13 tracks from the fusion tinged rockers plus 3 live tracks from pre-Journey fusion band Sears Schon Errico. If you love great guitar work you want this CD. If you do not like Journey you will like this. There are two songs with vocals.

The first thirteen tracks are all studio recordings and other than some hiss and slight distortion in louder places, are probably an 8.5-9 on a sound quality scale of 1 to 10.
The last three tracks are live recordings from the Sunshine Festival at the Diamond Head Crater, Honolulu, HI 1/1/73. In the liner notes to the 3rd Santana album from 1971, Rolie says when he and Neal quit the band (after the 4th album), he opened up a restaurant for a year before hooking up with Schon to form Journey. The 1st Journey album's songs are copyrighted 1974 and the album was released in '75, so it's logical Neal was doing something musically during the year or so between the two bands. All three of these tracks are instrumentals and it sounds like a decent audience recording. This outfit is sometimes refered to as Birthday or Happy Birthday. Herbie Herbert interviews tell that when him and Carlos Santana split during Christmas in '72 he grabbed Neal and Gregg and took them to a gig 5 days later in Hawaii on New Years Day in '73 (the three tracks here) and in March of '73 drew up the paperwork on a band yet un-named that would become Journey.

From Pete Sears' Facebook site:
"...of a band I formed with Neal Schon (Santana, later Journey), Greg Errico (Sly & the Family Stone). We had no singer and were basically a power rock trio, although Greg Rolie sat in on a couple of tunes on B3 and sang “Black Magic Woman”...it was a fun band and went down well. The crowd went nuts...but we couldn’t find a singer that fit what we were trying to do. We played several shows on the mainland before going our different ways."

Pink Floyd - 1972-03-13 - Sapporo, JP (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Nakajima Sports Centre

Lineage:
Cass(3)>CDR(1) > EAC > Wav > TLH > FLAC (16bit/44kHz) ----> Samplitude10 (32bit float/44kHz) > Wav (16bit/44kHz) > CDWave (1.98) > FLAC

Set 1 (47:55)
01. [01:10] Speak to Me
02. [02:54] Breathe
03. [06:10] On The Run
04. [06:17] Time
05. [01:05] Breathe (Reprise)
06. [04:17] The Mortality Sequence
07. [07:37] Money
08. [07:24] Us & Them
09. [04:37] Any Colour You Like
10. [04:07] Brain Damage
11. [02:13] Eclipse

Set 2 (51:02)
12. [01:46] Audience/Tuning
13. [08:58] One Of These Days
14. [12:17] Careful With That Axe, Eugene
15. [27:59] Echoes

|| [98:57] Total


***Neonknight's Notes***
A new source to the community of this early DSOTM concert that I received on a pair of Mitsui discs from an experienced trading friend from the US about 7 years ago.

***Littlepieces' Mastering Notes***
This is a mono recording that was processed as two channel stereo. It has a phase shift that varies some but is generally about 16 samples for the 1st set and 5-16 samples for the 2nd set. So both channels were retained and manually aligned to improve the phasing.

The left channel gain was increased 3.0-3.9db in the Darkside set up to 2:48m into BD. From this point the sets SQ changes almost like a source change. Noise levels goes up and 9s seconds later the levels begin to rise and 35s later the left channel levels goes even higher. Output and hiss levels fluctuate in both channels but the left channel is notably more erratic. So I replaced the left channel with the right channel from 44:21m - 46:18m which is the last 80s of BD and the first 37s of Eclipse. No gain increase from 44:21m - 45:36m then multiple adjustments to both channels from +2.1db to +4.5db until the end of Darkside to help smooth the changes as much as possible without using any hiss reduction. The remaining volume fluctuations you hear in this segment are within the source as if the recording level is being changed. These cannot be addressed without segmenting further and reducing hiss to make the transitions transparent. No negative gain adjustments were made.

During the Darkside set BD has 1:37m more in the middle than rec1 because rec1 is missing music from around where the lyrics turn to how "the lunatic is in my head". There is also 50s of unaffected content not in rec1 prior to the SQ change at 2:48m into BD. It's also of note that this source's levels drop about 5s before Eclipse.

At the beginning of the 2nd set all of the audience and beginning of OoTD is louder than rest of the set, so I used the left channel as its output is lower, and replaced the right channel to avoid an obvious level difference or gain reduction. After this the left channel's gain was increased 1.5db up to 13:50m into Echoes. The 2nd set was phase shifted ~5 samples til 13:50m into Echoes when the shift increased to ~15 samples, or essentially the same as the 1st set and the left channel gain increase is no longer necessary. I realigned the channels again at this point to maintain proper phasing.

The speed was close enough most of the time, so I decided not to subject it to a SpC/resample.

The '3rd gen, 2nd source' CDR transfer of rec2 that seems to be related to this version runs about 2.5% faster, which accounts for this copy of the concert being ~2:40m longer. The levels and degree of phase shift and type of sound also differ so we can be confident that they are from different sources.

Bruce Springsteen - 2002-11-12 - Cincinnati, OH (IEM/FLAC)



(IEM FLAC)

Title: Let The Begging Commence - Cincinnati '02 IEM Remix
'Label': Ev2
Format: 3CD
Source: IEM
Date: 2002-11-12
Location: US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH.

source:
some über > ABMS

Disc One:
01 Intro / "Just Cincinnati, Just America"
02 American Skin (41 Shots)
03 The Rising
04 Lonesome Day
05 The Ties That Bind
06 Darkness On The Edge Of Town
07 Intro
08 Empty Sky
09 You're Missing
10 Waitin' On A Sunny Day *
11 Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
12 Night

Disc Two:
01 Worlds Apart
02 Badlands
03 She's The One
04 Mary's Place
05 Countin' On A Miracle
06 My Hometown (solo piano)
07 Into The Fire
08 Dancing In The Dark
09 I'm A Rocker
10 Born To Run

Disc Three:
01 Intro
02 My City Of Ruins
03 Born In The U.S.A.
04 Land Of Hope And Dreams
05 Ramrod

06 The Rising (soundcheck)
07 Lonesome Day (soundcheck)
08 Empty Sky (soundcheck)
09 Murder Incorporated (soundcheck)
- D3 Tracks 6-9: Soundcheck before the show

* Some audio crackling / fluctuations in the end of D1 Track10

Renaissance - 1977-01-08 - London, UK (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Renaissance
BBC Sight & Sound In Concert
Golders Green Hippodrome
London
1977-01-08
Lineage: Unknown

Unfortunately this has been transcoded to NTSC from PAL.

Original notes:
Here it was must be considered the holy grail of Renaissance video, the BBC Sight and Sound performance from Golders Geen Hippodrome, 1977.

Country: England
Type: Symphonic Prog
Running Time: 01:09:51
Year: 1977
Detals: Originally broadcast on January 8th 1977, England. Very good quality video, a rarity that has never been released before. This material was authored using Nero 7 Premium software. 

1 - Carpet Of The Sun
2 - Mother Russia
3 - Can You Hear Me
4 - Ocean Gypsy
5 - Running Hard
6 - Touching Once
7 - Prologue

Line up / Musicians
- Annie Haslam / lead & backing vocals
- Jon Camp / bass, backing vocalsFirst in a series of programs consisting of artists performing live, with the performance broadcast simultaneously on TV and FM radio, hosted by DJ Alan Black. Songs performed were: "Carpet of the Sun", "Mother Russia", "Can You Hear Me", "Ocean Gypsy", "Running Hard", "Touching Once" and "Prologue". Originally broadcast on 8 January 1977. BBC (UK), 1977. Approximately 50–55 minutes.
- Michael Dunford / acoustic guitars, backing vocals
- John Tout / keyboards, backing vocals
- Terence Sullivan / drums, percussion, backing vocals

Origin: TVRip
Format: DVD video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AC3
Video: NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR, Bitrate mode (Kbps) variable, 29.970 fps
Audio: AC3, 192kbps, 48.0KHz, 2ch


MediaInfo:
General
Complete name : /media/HD-LBU2/ROIOs/Video/Renaissance/Renaissance - BBC 77/VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_1.VOB
Format : MPEG-PS
File size : 1 024 MiB
Duration : 27mn 0s
Overall bit rate mode : Variable
Overall bit rate : 5 302 Kbps

The Who - 2000-08-22 - Marysville, CA (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre

lineage
Unknown Gen CDR > EAC > FLAC

Disc one (75:15):
(1) Can't Explain (2:52)
(2) Substitute (4:32)
(3) Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere (9:43)
(4) I Don't Even Know Myself (5:42)
(5) My Wife (7:16)
(6) Baba O'Riley (6:32)
(7) Bargain (6:23)
(8) Getting In Tune (6:42)
(9) The Kids Are Alright (7:32)
(10) I'm One (3:16)
(11) Pinball Wizard (3:57)
(12) The Real Me (6:55)
(13) Behind Blue Eyes (3:46)

Disc two (78:52):
(1) You Better You Bet (8:36)
(2) Who Are You (8:04)
(3) 5:15 (14:02)
(4) Won't Get Fooled Again (12:45)
(5) Naked Eye (10:58)
(6) Let's See Action (7:56)
(7) My Generation (16:28)

Artwork, ffp signature, and md5 signature file are included.

Comments
Another excellent recording from the 2000 tour. Lots of great banter and a very solid performance on this one, and the quality is awesome!

Additional comments (2013):
This one is a great-sounding complete soundboard from their triumphant 2000 tour. If only this tour had signaled the beginning of another long run at the top; after John Entwistle's unfortunate demise in late 2002, this string of shows leaves us with just a tease of what could have been. Great performance all around, and a great setlist. This one is complete and documents the band at top form. Well worth having even for a casual fan.

Ozzy Osbourne - 1982-02-09 - Kalamazoo, MI (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

Wings Stadium
DOD Remaster

Mikesline low gen - September 2013 transfer - EQ'ed

lineage
ADS Tech -> WAV -> Nero WAV Editor (Split tracks + EQ) -> FLAC 7


01 Intro / Over The Mountain (6:06)
02 Mr. Crowley (5:21)
03 Crazy Train (5:48)
04 Revelation Mother Earth (5:48)
05 Steal Away The Night (3:51)
06 Suicide Solution (5:26)
07 Guitar / Drum Solos (6:06)
08 Goodbye To Romance (5:30)
09 I Don't Know (end cut) (2:51)
10 No Bone Movies (begining cut) (3:28)
11 Believer (5:08)
12 Flying High Again (4:31)
13 Iron Man (4:13)
14 Children of the Grave (6:24)
15 Paranoid (3:10)

Length: 1:13:44

Outlaws - 1982-xx-xx - Philadelphia, PA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Fileformat; DVD-5
Filesize; 2,60 gb

Videosource; Unknown
Taper; Unknown
TV system; NTSC
Screen format; 4:3
Frames per second; 29,9
Resolution; 720x576
videocodec; mpeg2
Videobitrate; 4.345 kbs
Audiocodec; Dolby digital
Audiobitrate; 256 kbs
DVD author; Snakefuture

Lineage
DVD (mail) > Tmpegenc dvd author; extracted mpeg2 stream > added proper chapterpoints and menu.

01. Devil Road
02. Hurry Sundown
03. Don'T Stop
04. Lonegone
05. You Are The Show
06. Easy Does It
07. Goodbye
08. Foxtail Lily
09. Green Grass And High Tides
10. Ghost Rider In The Sky
11. There Goes Another Love Song

Duration: 80 minutes

David Bowie - Bowie & Harty (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

27th November 1975

The Infamous Bowie Satellite interview and also other very rare material plus
Schools TV German TV Bowie AT Victoria Station 1976 and French  1976 clips and Natacha Smolian
French fan club President 1976

Video Source: TV and Various
Lineage: Trade >>>you
Menu: Yes
Chapters: Yes
Transfer Rate:
Format: Pal 720  576
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Frame Rate : 25.000 fps
AC3 0xbd[0x80]:48000Hz  256 kb/s tot , stereo (2/0)
Number of Discs: 1
Disc Type: DVD5
Artwork: yes

Time: 35:48

Rush - 1981-03-01 - Chicago IL (AUD/SHN)



(Audience SHN)

Rush - Chicago The Definitive Edition 
Media: 2 CDR 
Catalog: JKR Productions: 03181 
Source: Audience (1st Gen Analog) 
Date: March 1, 1981 
Location: International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois, USA 
Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1550 

DISC 1: 
01 - 2112 Overture 4:05 
02 - Temples of Syrinx 2:15 
03 - Freewill 6:07 
04 - Limelight 5:03 
05 - Hemispheres Prelude 4:21 
06 - Beneath, Between And Behind 2:51 
07 - The Camera Eye 10:58 
08 - YYZ 2:21 
09 - Drum Solo 5:23 
10 - Broon's Bane 0:52 
11 - The Trees 4:25 
12 - Xanadu 13:11 

DISC 2: 
01 - The Spirit of Radio 5:52 
02 - Red Barchetta 7:00 
03 - Closer To The Heart 3:51 
04 - Tom Sawyer 4:48 
05 - Vital Signs 5:32 
06 - Natural Science 7:58 
07 - Working Man 1:17 
08 - Hemispheres Armageddon 0:53 
09 - Bytor And The Snowdog 3:57 
10 - In The End 1:40 
11 - In The Mood 1:35 
12 - 2112 Grand Finale 2:53 
13 - La Villa Strangiato 10:22

Chicago - 1978-08-11 - Los Angeles, CA (pre-FM/FLAC)



(pre-FM FLAC)

Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 

Supergroups In Concert, American Broadcasting Companies 
Broadcast date of May 12, 1979 (Premiere broadcast of SuperGroups...) 

Lineage: Original pre-FM vinyls > Audacity > Wav > Flac 

Robert Lamm 
Peter Cetera 
Donnie Dacus 
James Pankow 
Walter Parazaider 
Lee Loughnane 
Danny Seraphine 
Laudir de Olivera 

CD 1 - Sides 1, 2, and 3 
01. OCC 101 Intro - Bob Sirott 
02. Feelin' Stronger Every Day 
03. Dialogue Parts I & II 
04. Hot Streets 
05. OCC 101 Break - Bob Sirott 
06. Interview - James Pankow 
07. Just You 'n Me 
08. Ain't It Time 
09. OCC 101 Break - Bob Sirott 
10. Beginnings 
11. The Inner Struggles Of A Man 
12. Prelude (Little One) 
13. Happy Man 
14. Flight 602 
15. OCC 101 Break - Bob Sirott 
16. Interview - Peter Cetera 
17. If You Leave Me Now 

CD 2 - Sides 4 and 5 

18. Alive Again 
19. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? 
20. OCC 101 Break - Bob Sirott 
21. Interview - Pankow/Lamm/de Olivera/Parazaider 
22. Saturday In The Park 
24. (I've Been) Searchin' So Long 
25. Interview - Robert Lamm 
26. 25 Or 6 To 4 
27. I Just Want To Be Free 
28. I'm A Man 
29. OCC 101 Outro - Bob Sirott 

Total time 1:43:54 

Orchestra conducted by William "Bill" Conti. From Wikipedia: "...an American composer and conductor best known for his film scores, including Rocky (and all but one of the five sequels), For Your Eyes Only, and The Right Stuff, the latter of which earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Score." 

draftervoi's original notes: 
Chicago SuperGroups In Concert was the first "SuperGroups" syndicated broadcast on May 12, 1979. The show was pressed on three LPs, but only five sides had music. The sixth side is blank. The cue sheet lists the show as a production of American Broadcasting Companies. There's an ad in Billboard on Aug. 18, 1979 that says 300 ABC stations carried the show, so that may be a good guess as to how many copies of this show were pressed. 

The Chicago disc labels are numbered with the catalog number OCC 101. The next SuperGroups show I've identified is Foreigner, which used the code OCC and either 201 or 203 (I've seen both listed, so consider that number unconfirmed). The Foreigner show was identifed as broadcast on May 19, 1979 but is not mentioned in the Billboard ad... 

...which says the next show in the series was the Moody Blues. With the Moody Blues show, the series used a different code: The Moody Blues were SGC 101, followed by the Allman Brothers SGC 102, Peter Frampton SGC 103, the Cars SGC 104, Blondie SGC 105, Cheap Trick SGC 106, Journey SGC 107 and Alice Cooper SGC 108. 

The earliest of these shows were distributed in boxes, with similar cover designs. The background of each box was a solid color covered in a pattern of dots, with the artist's name on the front and the show credits on the back. The cue sheets were printed on premium paper, and the discs housed in plastic-lined disc sleeves. Occasionally they "themed" the color of the box: The Moody Blues box is blue, and Blondie is yellow. 

The original SuperGroups format had live concerts interspersed with short interviews, and no commercials. A "SuperGroups Theme Song" played at the beginning and end of the show. At least two of the shows (Foreigner and Alice Cooper) combined previously unreleased live material with several "faked" tracks from studio albums overdubbed with audience noise. 

Sometime in 1980 they dropped the premium presentation (boxes, cue sheets, disc liners) and added prerecorded commercials. Disc labels switched to a solid color - I've seen red, yellow, and silver used, and the numbering system was discontinued. Some of these are listed as "produced by D.I.R. Broadcasting Corp. for Super Groups In Concert" but also carry the ABC name. Spelling of the shows name often shifts from "SuperGroups" to "Super Groups." There was also a series using the Super Groups name called "A Night On The Road," produced by G.K. Productions with ABC. 

This version was digitized from the original syndicated radio discs and declicked in Audacity in September 2014. Included are 300 dpi scans of the front and back cover, a disc label, and all four pages of the cue sheet. Flac files of wavs. The only thing I edited out was the 700 Hz test tone. 

There's another version circulating with "Mongonucleosis" and "Got To Get You Into My Life" but without "I Just Want To Be Free." I haven't heard it, so I don't know if was also a SuperGroups show, an original over-the-air broadcast, syndicated by a different company...or perhaps two versions of the show were produced. 

Jim Croce - 1973-09-20 - Natchitoches, LA (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

JIM CROCE
Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, Louisiana
Thursday, September 20 , 1973

1) Rapid Roy ( The Stock car Boy )
2) Workin At The Carwash Blues
3) Operator
4) Roller Derby Queen
5) Lover`s Cross
6) Thursday
7) Speedball Trucker
8) I Got A Name
9) Top Hat Bar And Grill
10) Bad Bad Leroy Brown

Note: All the Dialogue between songs is present on this recording.

This cd contains the final moments of the legendary Jim Croce and his Lead Guitarist, Maury Muehleisen. Only fifeteen minutes after this concert ended, they were both killed when their charted plane crashed during take-off from the Natchitoches, LA airport. The four others aboard the aircraft were also killed and the names are unkown to me. Jim and Maury had just given a great show on the campus of Northwestern State Unversity in Natchitoches, Louisiana. They had been well received by almost 2000 fans. This show was taped on a hand held cassette recorder by 2 young women in the 3rd row. You will find the sound is Pretty amazing for an Audience recording back in the day. Please enjoy a look back at the FINAL performance of an American Legend : JIM CROCE.