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Joe Jackson - Bottom Line, NYC, Apr. 21, 1979, FM
JOE JACKSON BOTTOM LINE,NYC APRIL 21,1979 EARLY SHOW 1-INTRO 2-ONE MORE TIME 3-PRETTY GIRLS 4-LOOK SHARP 5-SUNDAY PAPERS 6-BABY STICK AROUND 7-IT'S DIFFERENT FOR GIRLS 8-FOOLS IN LOVE 9-IS SHE REALLY GOING OUT WITH HIM? 10-HAPPY LOVING COUPLES 11-I'M THE MAN 12-THROW IT AWAY 13-GOT THE TIME 14-CROWD/RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS 15-COME ON 16-CROWD/RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS 17-AINT IT A SHAME WNEW-FM REEL MASTER > M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC
Joe Jackson - Rolling Stone Theatre, Milan, Italy, Jan. 25, 1983
Joe Jackson, Milano, Rolling Stone Theatre, January 25 1983, AUD A. This is one of my favourite show, a very nice recording of a high energy concert (i w as here!!!). The night and day era is the best of JJ for me. Lineage: Traded Tape>Denon DRW750>Sound Blaster> Cool Edit(tracking)>Wav>Flac level 8 . Track list 1 - On Your Radio 2 - Another World 3 - Sunday Papers 4 - Look Sharp! 5 - Cancer 6 - Real Men 7 - Is She Really Going Out With Him? (acapella version) 8 - Target 9 - T.V. Age 10 - Tuxedo Junction 11 - Steppin' Out 12 - Beat Crazy 13 - One More Time 14 - A Slow Song Motown Medley: 15 - Uptight> 16 - Tears Of A Clown> 17 - I'm Gonna Make You Love Me> 18 - How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)> 19 - Heat Wave> 20 - Uptight (reprise) 21 - Got To The Time 22 - I'm The Man
Joe Jackson - Sounds of Brazil, NYC, Jan. 2, 1986
JOE JACKSON SOUNDS OF BRAZIL,NYC ( SOB'S ) JAN.2,1986 1-ONE MORE TIME 2-WILD WEST 3-RIGHT AND WRONG 4-IT'S A BIG WORLD 5-FOOLS IN LOVE 6-HOMETOWN 7-FIFTY DOLLAR LOVE AFFAIR 8-SHANGHAI SKY 9-BREAKING US IN TWO 10-SOUL KISS 11-SURVIVAL 12-JET SET 13-YOU CAN'T GET WHAT YOU WANT 14-DON'T WANNA BE LIKE THAT 15-TONIGHT AND FOREVER 16-I'M THE MAN AUDIENCE CASSETTE MASTER > CASSETTE > M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC
Joe Jackson - Hamburg, 2003
JOE JACKSON Hamburg 2003 CD 1 25th April 2003 - Markthalle Hamburg 01 Look Sharp! 02 Take It Like A Man 03 Awkward Age 04 Biology 05 Chrome 06 Obvious Song 07 Bright Grey 08 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 09 Love At First Light 10 Be My Number Two (solo) 11 Girl (Beatles) (solo) 12 Steppin' Out (solo) CD 2 25th April 2003 - Markthalle Hamburg 01 Fairy Dust 02 Sunday Papers 03 Thugz 'R' Us 04 Don't Wanna Be Like That 05 Got The Time 06 It's Different For Girls 07 I'm The Man CD 3 (one track) 30th July 2003 - Stadtpark (open air) Hamburg Steppin' Out (solo) Take It Like A Man Awkward Age Fools In Love Fairy Dust Beat Crazy Friday Is She Really Going Out With Him? Love At First Light Be My Number Two (solo) Girl (Beatles) (solo) It's Different For Girls Dirty Martini Little Bit Stupid Sunday Papers On Your Radio CD 4 (one track) 30th July 2003 - Stadtpark (open air) Hamburg Got The Time Look Sharp! I'm The Man
Joe Jackson and Todd Rundgren - State Theater, New Brunswick, NJ, Apr. 29, 2005
Joe Jackson, Todd Rundgren and Ethel April 29, 2005 The State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ Joe Jackson: piano, vocals Todd Rundgren: piano, acoustic and electric guitar, ukelele, vocals Ethel = Todd Reynolds*: violin, Mary Rowell: violin, Ralph Farris: viola, Dorothy Lawson: cello *is currently no longer a member of the quartet; replaced with Cornelius "Neil" Dufallo Audience recording > ?? > CDR > EAC v0.95 > dBPowerAmp Music Converter v11.5 > MakeTorrent v2.1 Minor track editing with Sound Forge 4.5 I have no knowledge about who made this audience recording. Actually, I acquired each half of the concert through two dif ferent trades with Joe Jackson and Todd Rundgren fans. It is possible that the source data is different for each disc. M issing here is a recording of the opening set by Ethel. In any case, the sound quality is fine. The entire concert was a lso professionally videotaped. A potential DVD release someday, Todd? Joe? Joe Jackson Solo 101 - Hometown 102 - Steppin' Out 103 - Awkward Age 104 - Take it Like a Man 105 - Different for Girls 106 - Obvious Song 107 - Love at First Light 108 - Girl (John Lennon) 109 - Be My Number Two 110 - Citizen Sane 111 - Is She Really Going Out with Him? Todd Rundgren Solo 201 - Love of the Common Man 202 - I Don't Want to Tie You Down 203 - Lysistrata 204 - Tiny Demons 205 - Song of the Viking (aborted) 206 - Compassion 207 - Free Male and 21 208 - Hello it's Me 209 - Bang the Ukelele Daily 210 - Black and White 211 - Afterlife 212 - The Wheel Joe Jackson and Ethel 213 - The Other Me Todd Rundgren & Ethel 214 - Pretending to Care All 215 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison) 216 - Black Maria
Joe Jackson - Vic Theater, Chicago, IL, Jun. 15, 2006
Joe Jackson Trio June 15, 2006 Vic Theater, Chicago, IL Audience recording by Jon F. from second row, center loge Uploaded to DIME by John N. Jon F. > CDR > EAC v0.95 > dBPowerAmp Music Converter v11.5 > MakeTorrent v2.1 Joe Jackson: piano, vocals Dave Houghton: drums., vocals Graham Maby: bass, vocals Hometown > Steppin' out (missing) CD1 101 It's Different For Girls 102 Invisible Man* 103 Rush Across the Road* 104 Another World 105 Citizen Sane* 106 On Your Radio 106 Cancer 108 Love at First Light 109 Drunk Song* 110 Sunglasses In the Rain* CD2 201 Dirty Martini ** 202 Take It Like a Man 203 Dirty Love ** (Frank Zappa) 204 You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want) 205 One More Time encore 206 Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington) 207 Is She Really Going Out With Him 208 A Slow Song * unreleased ** incomplete Despite some minor recording glitches, this is a nearly complete document from Joe J ackson's current tour with his old chums Graham and Dave.
Joe Jackson - Tour History Live
The Definitive Career-Spanning, Joe Jackson Tour History Live 27-CD Set Compiled by Jon F. Uploaded to DIME by John N. .... > Jon F. > CDR > EAC v0.95 > dBPowerAmp Music Converter v11.5 > MakeTorrent v2.1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ From Jon: Some of you may remember that in September 2003, I finished and distributed an 18 dis c set of live Joe Jackson material. Since then, I've improved my "studio" quite a bit and also have unearthed a few more recordings. There's also been two more tours. I was recently listening to those discs and decided they don't really sound all that great. So I decided to "remaster" all of them and recreate some of them. I think they sound much better. And they are more complete. As to why I ever did this: 1. I love raw live recordings. 2. I wanted just one disc from every tour instead of 10 of each in which the differen ce between the discs was one song. 3. My fanship of JJ is based largely on his constant innovation and reinterpretation of his own (and others) music. This set reflects that. With special thanks to Jeff, Bjoern, John N., Gert, Maura, Carol, Bladerunner and esp ecially Phillip (hope I didn't forget anyone), I was able to accumulate enough differ ent shows from every tour that I think I had at least one version of every song playe d. From there, I took the best sounding version of each song and created a master list. From the master list, I took as many songs as I could fit on an 80 minute disc, in or der of songs I most wanted to have from each tour. Then, using Sound Forge, I blended all of the songs together so that they sound like one show with no breaks of silence , and remastered each song as best as I could (not everything was salvageable - like "Moonlight" from 1983 - but I put it on anyway because I like the song so much) and balanced the sound levels. I hope you will find it all worth it. It took me about two months to complete the ori ginal set and a month to complete this one, but I am very happy with the finished pro duct. Now if only the record companies could have done this for me... As always, these are not for sale - either by me or anyone who receives one. These ar e strictly for trade and personal enjoyment. I do not take it for granted the legal q uestions surrounding this and ask that everyone be respectful of JJ and his managemen t and thankful that they allowed me to share this the first time (and presumably this time, as well). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1979-1980 Disc 1: 1979-1980 101 One to One 102 On Your Radio 103 Look Sharp 104 Friday 105 Biology 106 Beat Crazy 107 Geraldine and John 108 Sunday Papers 109 One More Time 110 Crime Don't Pay 111 Throw it Away 112 (Do the) Instant Mash 113 Pressure Drop 114 Mad at You 115 Kinda Kute 116 Out of Style 117 Pretty Girl 118 It's Different for Girls 119 Come On 120 Ain't That a Shame Disc 2: 1979-1980 201 Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries 202 Happy Loving Couples 203 Fit 204 Baby Stick Around 205 Friday 206 Crime Don't Pay 207 Pretty Boys 208 On Your Radio 209 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 210 Don't Wanna Be Like That 211 Got the Time 212 Enough Is Not Enough 213 Amateur Hour 214 Get That Girl 215 The Harder They Come 216 Fools In Love 217 The Band Wore Blue Shirts 218 Mad at You 219 I'm the Man Sources: 111, 118-120: April 21, 1979 - El Mocambo, Toronto, Canada 103, 104, 107, 108, 202, 204, 213, 214: September 29, 1979 - Palladium, NYC 114-116: March 14, 1980 - Rockpalast, Cologne, Germany 105, 106, 206-211, 219: February 26, 1980 - Hammersmith Palais, London, England 110: March 22, 1980 - Karregat, Eindhoven, Netherlands 101, 102, 109, 203, 215, 218: May 26, 1980 - Sportpark, Geleen, Netherlands (Pink Pop Festival) 112, 113, 117, 201, 205, 216: May 14, 1979 - Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA 212: April 21, 1980 - Palalido, Milano, Italy 217: October 20, 1979 - Park West, Chicago ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection - 1981 01 Jumpin' Jive Overture 02 Jumpin' With Symphony Sid 03 Jack, You're Dead 04 We the Cats (Shall Hep Ya) 05 Knock Me a Kiss 06 Is You is or is You Ain't My Baby 07 San Francisco Fan 08 You Run Your Mouth (And I'll Run My Business) 09 You're My Meat 10. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again) 11 Stompin' At the Savoy 12 Tuxedo Junction 13 Minnie the Moocher 14 Five Guys Named Moe 15 Jumpin' Jive 16 How Long Must I Wait for You 17 TV Special 18 Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out 19 Jumpin' Jive Reprise Sources: Tracks 01-04, 06-19: 7-8-1981 - The Savoy, NYC Track 05: 7-16-1981 - Malibu Beach Club, Lido Beach, NY. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1982-1983 Disc 4A 01 On Your Radio 02 Another World 03 Cosmopolitan 04 Sunday Papers 05 Look Sharp 06 Fools In Love 07 Target > 08 TV Age 09 Cancer 10 Tuxedo Junction Sources: Tracks 01, 02, 04-08: 12/9/82 - Orpheum, Boston, MA ("In Concert" radio broadcast) Tracks 03, 09, 10: 2/21/83 - Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany ("Rockpalast" television b roadcast) Disc 4B 01 It's Different For Girls 02 "Motown Medley" Uptight (Everything's Alright) > Tears of a Clown > I'm Gonna Make You Love Me > How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) > Heat Wave > Uptight (reprise) 03 Beat Crazy 04 Got the Time 05 A Slow Song 06 I'm the Man 07 Steppin' Out 08 Moonlight 09 What's It All About, Alfie Sources: Tracks 01, 03-06: 12/9/82 - Orpheum, Boston, MA ("In Concert" radio broadcast) Track 02: 2/21/83 - Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany ("Rockpalast" television broadcast) Track 07: 1/22/83 - Regal Theatre, Hitchin, England ("Sight and Sound - In Concert", BBC Radio 1 broadcast) Track 08: 2/12/83 - audience recording, Rouen, France Track 09: c. 1982 - "Countdown", Dutch television broadcast ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1984 01 Body and Soul (Green/Heyman/Sour/Eyton) 02 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 03 Memphis 04 Soul Makossa --> T.V. Age 05 Heart of Ice 06 Another World 07 Sunday Papers 08 The Verdict 09 Cha Cha Loco 10 Happy Ending 11 Not Here, Not Now 12 Jumpin' Jive 13 Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby 14 Go for It Sources: Tracks 1-9, 12, 14: 6/15/84 - Poplar Creek Music Theater, Chicago, IL Tracks 10, 11, 13: 4/12/84 - Hammersmith Odeon, London ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1989 Disc 1 01 Overture > You Can't Get What You Want (Till You Know What You Want) 02 Right and Wrong 03 Is She Really Going Out With Him? 04 Cha Cha Loco 05 The Jet Set 06 Fifty Dollar Love Affair 07 Friday 08 Tomorrow's World > 09 Me and You (Against the World) > 10 Down to London > 11 Sentimental Thing > 12 Acropolis Now > 13 Blaze of Glory 14 Home Town 15 Breaking Us In Two Sources: Tracks 1-5, 7-14: 9-27-89 - Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Tracks 6, 15: 8-13-89 - Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL Disc 2 01 Rant and Rave > 02 Nineteen Forever > 03 The Best I Can Do > 04 Evil Empire > 05 Discipline > 06 The Human Touch 07 Steppin' Out > I'm the Man 08 What's the Use of Getting Sober > 09 Jumpin' Jive > 10 Take the "A" Train 11 Not Here, Not Now Sources: Tracks 1-10: 9-27-89 - Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Track 11: 6-29-89 - Jovel, Muenster, Germany ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1994-1995 Disc 11 101 Nocturne No. 4 102 Sea of Secrets > 103 Nocturne No. 2 104 The Man Who Wrote Danny Boy 105 Down to London 106 Tango Atlantico 107 Ever After 108 Only the Future > Another World > Chinatown > Breaking Us In Two > You Can't Get What You Want Sources: 101, 102, 104-106, 108: 11/30/94 - Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA 103, 107: 1/30/95 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England Disc 12 201 It's Different for Girls > Is She Really Going Out With Him? 202 Wild West 203 Not Here, Not Now 204 Stranger Than Fiction 205 Only the Future > Another World > Chinatown > Breaking Us In Two > You Can't Get What You Want 206 Got the Time 207 What's the Use of Getting Sober 208 I'm the Man 209 Steppin' Out Sources: 201, 205-208: 1/30/95 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham, England 202-204: 4/30/95 - The Warfield, San Francisco, CA 209: 11/30/94 - Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1998 01 It's Different for Girls > Is She Really Going Out With Him? 02 Be My Number Two > You Can't Get What You Want > Eleanor Rigby 03 Hometown 04 Danny Boy Intro 05 The Man Who Wrote Danny Boy 06 Steppin' Out 07 Angel 08 A Bud and a Slice 09 Right 10 The Bridge 11 Song of Daedalus Source: All from: 2/17/98 - Park West, Chicago, IL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 1999 Disc 14 101 Somewhere Over the Rainbow 102 Summer in the City > 103 Obvious Song 104 Karma Police 105 Eleanor Rigby 106 Fools in Love / For Your Love 107 Blue Flame 108 Junkie Girl 109 Sea of Secrets 110 We Can't Live Together 111 Any Major Dude 112 Real Men 113 You Can't Be Too Strong 114 Be My Number Two > Hometown > It's Different for Girls Sources: Tracks 101-13, 113: 8/11/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 104, 106, 111, 112, 114: 8/5/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Track 105: 8/10/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 107-110: 8/4/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Disc 15 201 Another World 202 Drowning 203 Life on Mars 204 Drunk Song 205 Goin' Downtown 206 The "In" Crowd / Down to London 207 Glamour and Pain 208 Dear Mom 209 Love Got Lost 210 Stranger Than Fiction 211 Nineteen Forever 212 Jamie G. Sources: Tracks 201, 206-209: 8/4/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 202, 203: 8/11/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 204, 210: 8/5/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 205, 211, 212: 7/12/99 - The Bottom Line, NYC Disc 16 301 Blaze of Glory 302 King of the World > You Can't Get What You Want 303 Stay? / Steppin' Out 304 Heroes 305 Drive-In Saturday 306 Mood Indigo > Satin Doll 307 Senses Working Overtime 308 One More Time 309 Don't Get Around Much Anymore 310 A Slow Song Sources: Tracks 301, 305: 7/12/99 - The Bottom Line, NYC Tracks 302, 303, 309, 310: 8/4/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 304, 308: 8/5/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC Tracks 306, 307: 8/10/99 - Joe's Pub, NYC ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 2003 This Torrent was recorded in 2003 during the Joe Jackson Band Volume 4 world tour. It is a collection the songs played during the tour, at various locations in the USA. The collection was put together by members of the Joe Jackson email list. I aquired the recording via an online trade. Recording method is tape recorder - PC - CDR - PC - WAV - FLAC Quality: good Tracklist: Solo - Disk one 01. Too Tough 02. Mayor of Simpleton 03. Girl 04. Any Major Dude 05. Don't Ask Why 06. I Feel Possessed 07. Steppin' Out 08. You Can't Be Too Strong 09. Hometown 10. Drowning 11. Be My Number Two 12. Real Men band - disc two 01. Steppin' Out --> 02. Throw It Away 03. Take It Like a Man 04. Right and Wrong 05. Awkward Age 06. Fools in Love / For Your Love 07. Biology 08. Down to London 09. Hometown 10. Chrome 11. Jamie G. 12. Bright Grey 13. Is She Really Going Out With Him ? 14. Love at First Light 15. Blue Flame 16. Stranger Than You 17. Obvious Song band - disc three 01. A Slow Song 02. It's Different for Girls 03. Fairy Dust 04. Dirty Martini 05. Thugz R Us 06. Sunday Papers 07. Beat Crazy 08. Friday 09. Still Alive 10. Little Bit Stupid 11. Don't Wanna Be Like That 12. Look Sharp ! 13. Got the Time 14. On Your Radio 15. Blaze of Glory 16. Stranger Than Fiction 17. Throw It Away 18. I'm the Man Note : Obviously not all songs were played at a single gig, but set list was fairly standard with a couple of songs swaped in and out. Refer to A must of all JJ fans, I hope you enjoy it! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Joe Jackson Tour History Collection 2005 (This is a repost with the added song: Stood Up.) Uploaded to Dime-a-Dozen by John N. .... > Jon F. > CDR > EAC v0.95 > dBPowerAmp Music Converter v11.5 > MakeTorrent v2.1 Discs 19 & 20 (2005) of the Joe Jackson Tour History Collection A compilation of the songs performed by Joe Jackson during the Joe Jackson, Todd Rundren and Ethel 2005 Tour According to the compiler of this collection, all tracks are amateur audience recordings from fans. Recording equipment data unknown. All tracks from 4/13/05 King Center, Melbourne, FL, with the following exceptions: 105. Obvious Song, 4/30/05, Foxwoods Casino, Mashantucket, CT 106. On Your Radio, 6/26/05, Universitat der Kunste, Berlin, Germany 108. Love at First Light, 4/30/05, Foxwoods Casino, Mashantucket, CT 110. Life on Mars (David Bowie cover), 4/30/05, Foxwoods Casino, Mashantucket, CT 111. Hello, Hello, Who's Your Lady Friend, 5/21/05, Little Fox Theater, Redwood City, CA 201. Drowning (w/Ethel), 5/21/05, Little Fox Theater, Redwood City, CA 202. The Other Me (w/Ethel), 5/21/05, Little Fox Theater, Redwood City, CA 204. Got the Time (w/Ethel), 5/21/05, Little Fox Theater, Redwood City, CA 205. Soul Brother (w/Todd Rundgren and Ethel), 6/26/05, Universitat der Kunste, Berlin, Germany 207. Stood Up (w/Todd Rundren and Ethel), 6/12/05, Carre, Amsterdam, NL Disc 19: 101. Hometown --> 102. Steppin' Out 103. Awkward Age 104. Take it Like a Man 105. Obvious Song (Best version, but had to cut the beginning because of a man with a horrible sniffing problem) 106. On Your Radio 107. It's Different for Girls 108. Love at First Light 109. Girl (Beatles cover) 110. Life on Mars (David Bowie cover) 111. Hello, Hello, Who's Your Lady Friend 112. Be My Number Two 113. Citizen Sane (new song) 114. Is She Really Going Out With Him? *never was able to find a version of Eleanor Rigby Disc 20: 201. Drowning (w/Ethel) 202. The Other Me (w/Ethel) 203. Real Men (w/Ethel) 204. Got the Time (w/Ethel) 205. Soul Brother (w/Todd Rundgren and Ethel) 206. Black Maria (w/Todd Rundgren and Ethel) 207 - Stood Up - Amsterdam, Carr� June 12, 2005 208. While My Guitar Gently Weeps (w/Todd Rundgren and Ethel) 209. Take it Like a Man (sheet music blowing away) Some background from the compiler: "As most of you may remember (or own), I created an 18 disc compilation of every song played by Joe Jackson from every tour upon which he has ever embarked (so long as there was a audience or soundboard recording of it somewhere)." (With this 2005 edition, the collection has grown to 20 discs.) "Thanks in large part to the JJ Archive site, I made a list of every tour and then every song played within each tour ( to the best of our known ability). I then worked to gather at least one version of every song played during each tour. These songs came through concert recordings gathered by various traders within our JJ community. "Once gathered, I took what I thought was the best version (usually best sounding, but sometimes most unique, best pian o solo or weird/funny occurrences) and made one "show" out of all of the songs, trying my best to maintain the order in which the songs were played. I used editing software to blend the songs to make it as if they were played in the same place, one right after the other. "I did this because I had so many shows from each tour that I never knew which one to listen to. Often, there would onl y be one or two songs on one recording I would like to hear, and several songs on another recording that I didn't want to hear again. "Thanks to all those who recorded and shared. I hope this gets to all who desire it." -Jon F.
Etta James - Estival Jazz, Lugano, Switzerland, Jul. 5, 1991, SBD
Etta James & The Roots Band Estival Jazz Festival Piazza Della Riforma Lugano , Switzerland 5. July 1991 Lineage : 1st soundboard master copy (DAT) > wave > cdr > eac > wave > shn > torrent on bt.easytree.org Setlist : 1. Hot Pasts Thang 4:33 2. All About My Girl 3:31 3. Feel Like Breakin` Up Somebody`s Home 5:36 4. I`d Rather Go Blind 6:15 5. Damn Your Eyes 8:34 6. Come To Mama 6:19 7. Your Good Things 8:27 8. Something Got A Hold On Me 8:48 9. You Can Leave Your Hat On 8:57 10. Running & Hiding 10:23 Total : 71:30
Bert Jansch - Moraga Hall, Santa Cruz, Cal., Jul. 8, 1978, FM/SBD (2 discs)
Bert Jansch July 8, 1978 Moraga Hall Santa Cruz, California solo acoustic from KUSP pre-broadcast Soundboard reel master. Excellent sound quality though there is a bit of tape hiss. P lease check the samples to get an idea of the sound for yourself. Disc 1 - early show - 46:06 01 [2:33] Cat & Mouse 02 [1:03] talk 03 [2:53] Poor Mouth 04 [0:43] talk 05 [2:21] Day Break 06 [3:05] One Scotch One Bourbon One Beer 07 [1:10] talk 08 [8:25] Avocet [instrumental] 09 [0:46] talk 10 [4:42] Backwaterside 11 [3:45] Pretty Saro 12 [0:22] talk 13 [3:38] Down River 14 [4:26] Come Back Baby encores: 15 [3:16] Tell Me Where'd My Life Go 16 [2:51] One For Jo 17 [0:07] thanks and crowd Disc 2 - late show - 42:25 01 [4:10] Blues Run The Game 02 [4:05] Lost Love 03 [4:32] Time And Time Again 04 [3:21] Candyman 05 [3:52] Let Me Sing 06 [3:33] Running From Home 07 [4:14] Chrragh of Kildare 08 [1:52] Tell Me What Is True Love? 09 [0:34] talk 10 [3:24] Ask Your Daddy 11 [3:05] Anji [instrumental] 12 [2:41] I Am Lonely 13 [1:01] thanks, crowd and talk before encore encore: 14 [2:01] In My Mind KUSP-FM prebroadcast Revox B77 7.5 ips 1/2 track reel master [Revox A700 playback with azimuth adjustment] > Macintosh with DigiDesign AudioMedia III soundcard > Pro Tools [normalization and tracking - No Equalization or noise reduction] > Aiff > xACT (Flac level 8 files with sector boundaries verified). md5 file created with checkSUM+. Note: Ralph McTell opened these shows and his sets are being posted separately. ENJOY and SHARE!
Jazz Is Dead
Jazz Is Dead - Keswick Theater, Glenside, PA, Jun. 9, 1998
Jazz Is Dead Keswick Theater Glenside PA June 9, 1998 nakamichi cm300+cp1 (3)->nakamichi mx100->d8 pcm r500->firstname.lastname@example.org->aiff->flac recorded from orchestra center, row g seat 107 quality a++ 589 MB Jazz Is Dead: Billy Cobham Drums Alphonso Johnson Bass Jimmy Herring Guitar T Lavitz Keys sound studio used to record and track xact used to repair sbe and output flac break music space-> scarlet begonias help on the way-> slipknot-> franklin's tower-> spiral staircase unbroken chain-> drums-> blues for allah-> t solo bass solo-> truckin-> st stephen-> drums-> king solomon's marbles terrapin station
Garland Jeffreys - Handelsbeurs, Gent, Belgium, May 5, 2006
Garland Jeffreys 05 may 2006 Handelsbeurs Gent , Belgium A zimmy21 recording !! Sound Quality : excellent !! (listen to the samples) Source : SP-CMC-10 > battery SP-SPSB-1 ( 107 Hz ) > Dat Sony TCD-D8 > Pioneer CD re corder > EAC > Wav > Flac Frontend Size : 475 Mb Disc 01 : 60.30 minutes 01. Proud highway 02. I'm alive 03. 35 Millimeters dreams 04. I may not be your kind 05. Don't call me buckwheat 06. Shout 07. Ghost writer 08. Modern lovers 09. Christine 10. We the people 11. Wild in the streets Disc 02 : 35.14 minutes 01. Washington D.C. hospital center blues 02. Schoolyard blues 03. Matador 04. 96 Tears 05. applause 06. Hail, hail rock 'n roll 07. So young (a capella) NOT FOR SALE , TRADING ONLY !! DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3
Waylon Jennings - Lincoln, Nebraska, 1979, FM
Waylon Jennings Lincoln, Nebraska 1979 Lineage: FM Broadcast Master Cassette > Unknown Stand Alone > CDR > Flac 01 Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit 02 Are You Ready For The Country 03 Waymore's Blues 04 Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys 05 I've Always Been Crazy 06 Amanda 07 Slow Rollin' Low 08 Come With Me 09 A Long Time Ago 10 I've Been A Long Time Leavin' 11Looking For A Feeling 12 Goodhearted Woman 13 Luckenbach, TX 14 Honky Tonk Heroes 15 Interview 16 Intervies When I'm in need of an outlaw country music fix I call my buddy Dale in South Texas a nd a few days later I get my fix at my doorstep. This one arrived recently and is part of the "Country Greats In Concert" series, a gr eat FM broadcast featuring Waylon's renegade hits. I hope there are some folks out there enjoy this classic Waylon concert.....renegade. outlaw.legend. Enjoy! mjk5510
Jethro Tull - "Your Rich Attainments Are All Imagined," TCCC, Fort Worth, TX, Jul. 16, 1973
Jethro Tull 1973-07-16 TCCC Fort Worth TX (Your Rich Attainments Are All Imagined) ( T-52) I'm the guy who recorded this show. I have the original analog cassette tapes of it . Over the years I have traded analog tape copies but until now have never done a d igital transfer of it. This is the first and only time it has been digitally transf erred from the original analog cassette tapes. This would be the one to get since a ny others were made from analog copies I sent out in trade. Mics: (2) Sony ECM 19B > Recorder: Realistic SCT-7 Stereo Cassette Recorder > Tape: Maxell Ultra Dynamic C-90 cassettes the Original Analog Cassette Tapes > Playback Deck: Tascam 130 > Nikko 32 Band EQ > Akai DR16 Digital Hard Disk Recorder > HHB CDR-800 Compact Disc Recorder > CDR > WAV >CD Wave Editor > SHN Ian Anderson Martin Barre Jeffry Hammond John Evan Barriemore Barlow disc 1 A Passion Play 1. Lifebeats 2. Prelude 3. The Silver Cord 4. Re-Assuring Tune 5. Memory Bank 6. Best Friends 7. Critique Oblique 8. Forest Dance #1 9. The Story Of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles 10. Forest Dance #2 11. The Foot of Our Stairs 12. Overseer Overture 13. Flight From Lucifer 14. 10.08 To Paddington 15. Magnus Perde 16. Epilogue 17. Thick As A Brick (The Middle Bit) disc 2 1. Cross-Eyed Mary 2. No Rehearsal 3. Instrumental (incl. Thick As A Brick & Drum Solo) 4. Aqualung 5. Wind-Up 6. Instrumental (incl. Minstrel In The Gallery) 7. Locomotive Breath / Hard-Headed English General 8. Wind-Up (reprise) I have also done the artwork for this version of this show. Please keep the artwor k and text file, unaltered, together with the SHN's.
Jethro Tull - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, CA, Nov. 16, 1979, SBD
Jethro Tull Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Santa Monica, CA November 16, 1979 Source: SBD > KMET-FM > ? > CDRs > EAC(secure) > WAV > FLAC Excellent show and recording. Disc 1: Intro Dark Ages Home Orion Wond'Ring Aloud Dun Ringill Elegy Something's On The Move Aqualung King Henry's Madrigal Heavy Horses One Brown Mouse 68:37 min. Disc 2: Songs From The Wood Band Introductions > Jams O'Donnell's Jigs Thick As A Brick Cross-Eyed Mary Minstrel In The Gallery Locomotive Breath 31:01 min.
Jethro Tull - Sports Arena, L.A., CA, Nov. 12, 1980, SBD
This is one of my favorite Tull boots... here is the info as I got it originally. Many thanks t o all who madde this boot possible. Sound quality is a strong 8 or 9/10. Sounds like a SBD to me as crowd noise is present but in t he background. Perhaps taped for an FM broadcast? A good mixture of newer and older stuff. Pers onally I loved the 'Jobson' era, as short lived as it was. Enjoy. -------- original info file Jethro Tull "B" Sports Arena, Los Angeles 12 November 1980 2 CDR: 19981127-0000 Lineage: Tull Tree Release -> CDR -> EAC -> FLAC(8) CD1: 66:28 1. Intro 2. Black Sunday 3. Crossfire 4. Songs From The Wood 5. Hunting Girl 6. The Pine Marten's Jig 7. Heavy Horses 8. Ian Anderson Introduces The Band 9. Skating Away (On The Thin Ice Of The New Day) 10. Intrumental (Including Anderson Flute Solo) 11. Power Trio 12. Jobson Keyboard Solo 13. Uniform 15. Drum Solo CD2: 60:44 1. Working John, Working Joe 2. Protect And Survive (Including Jobson Violin Solo) 3. Locomotive Breath 4. Black Sunday (Reprise) 5. Guitar Hero Intro 6. Aqualung 7. Bungle In The Jungle 8. Interview With Ian Anderson REMARKS: Home-made Bootleg. Recorded Los Angeles Sports Arena November 12, 1980. Tull Tree rele ase.
Jethro Tull - A-OK, Dortmund, Germany, Feb. 5, 1981
Jethro Tull a-ok Dortmund Germany February 5th 1981 here is a very nice aud show from 81 sorry no linage but the sound quality is very go od set list disc a black sunday crossfire songs from the wood hunting girl pine martins jig dun rongill flyingdale flyer heavy horses introduction skating away flute solo trio disc b keyboard solo batteries not included uniform drum solo protect and survive p.s. something's on the move bungle in the jungle j.s.barre aqualung locomotive breath balloons outro sunday outro
Jethro Tull - Frieberg, Ravensberg, Stuttgard, Germany, LB (2 discs)
Jethro Tull Supergroups In Concert '82 Frieberg,Ravensberg,Stuttgart Germany 4/28 - 4/30/82 LP - cassette tape - CD-r - Magix (wave,edit commercials,track,de-hiss,de-click,increase v olume) CD-r - EAC Disc 1 1.Intro. 2.The Clasp 3.Hunting Girl 4.Fallen On Hard Times 5.Pussy Willow 6.Broadsword 7.One Brown Mouse 8.Seal Driver 9.Watching You Watching Me 10.Weathercock/Fire At Midnight 11.Keyboard/percussion duet 12.Sweet Dream Disc 2 1.Songs From The Wood 2.Crossfire 3.Heavy Horses 4.Protect & Survive 5.Band Intros. 6.Whirling Pits 7.Pibroch/Black Satin Dancer 8.Bungle in The Jungle 9.Aqualung 10.Minstrel In The Gallery 11.Locomotive Breath/Black Sunday
Jethro Tull - Civic Center, Providence, RI, Oct. 27, 1984
Never Buy Or Sell A PRRP Release. Made by Fans For Fans http://prrp-music.com Special Anniversary Edition #3 PRRPSAE03- JETHRO TULL HERE WE GO...LET'S WRAP THIS UP! Oct 27, 1984 (The Civic Center - Providence, Rhode Island) 1-1. Under Wraps (Intro) 2:18 1-2. Locomotive Breath (Inst. Intro) 1:43 1-3. Hunting Girl 5:48 1-4. Under Wraps 4:55 1-5. Later That Same Evening 4:48 1-6. Nobody's Car 4:23 1-7. Fly By Night 4:13 1-8. Thick As A Brick (Medley) 8:37 1-9. Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of A New Day 2:06 1-10. Clasp 4:09 1-11. Living In The Past (W/Instrumental Variation) 3:35 1-12. Serenade To A Cuckoo 4:54 2-1. Band Introductions 2:13 2-2. Fat Man (W/Extended Instrumental) 6:35 2-3. Instrumental With Drum Solo 9:12 2-4. Black Sunday 6:42 2-5. Songs From The Wood 1:57 2-6. Minstrel In The Gallery 1:48 2-7. My Sunday Feeling 2:59 2-8. Aqualung 7:32 2-9. Locomotive Breath 8:23 2-10. To Old To Rock And Roll : To Young To Die 5:38 2-11. Thick As A Brick (Reprise) 3:22 Jethro Tull Ian Anderson- Vocals-Flute-Guitar Martin Barre- Lead Guitar and Mandolin Dave Pegg - Bass Guitar Doane Perry- Drums & Percussion Peter-John Vettese- Keyboards Another Decade for Tull. Jethro Tull has always been thought of as a quintessential 1970s English progressiv e rock band. After the successes of the late 1970s albums Songs from the Wood and Heavy Horses Tull ended the decade with Stormwatch going Gol d in the US. But the 1980s would see a new direction for Ian Anderson and the rest of the gang. For the next album, A, released in 1980, pre vious band members Barrie Barlow, John Glascock, John Evans and David Palmer were replaced by Dave Pegg and Mark Craney. Eddie Jobson, having just l eft the band U.K. was also brought in to provide both keyboard and violin. Sadly, despite the new look and sound, the A album spent just 5 weeks on the charts reaching only #25 in the rankings. Broadsword and the Beast was next and was received well by fans. Sold out venues during the tour fo r that album provided encouragement but did not translate into the expected commercial success. Sales in Europe were strong but the Americans did n ot take to the new offering as much as previous albums. Still, Ian Anderson was pleased with the work describing Broadsword as one of his favorite albu ms. This was the first Tull album for yet another new keyboard player Peter-John Vettese who replaced Jobson after just one album. Vettese actually contributed much to the new Tull sound and helped with many of the instrumental sections of the new album. In 1983 Ian Anderson decided to produce a solo album called Walk into the Light. Fo r this album, Anderson decided to include Peter-John Vettese as the only other musician. Though not a great commercial success, the album was an opportunity for Vettese and Anderson to gain more experience working together to produce a unified sound. By 1984, Ian and Peter-John were ready to re-join Martin Barre and the rest of Tull for the next Jethro Tull album, Under Wraps. When asked about these two albums and the new Jethro Tull sound, Anderson had this to say, I wanted to take the opportunity to experiment with something outside the Jethro Tull music of the time.I wanted to get away from doing what I was known for, and do something more electronic. It was the beginning of the techno age, of sequencers and samplers, and it all seemed very exciting.I was interested in the idea of combining the songs that could have been Tull songs, with a more mechanical and disciplined arrangement that would come from computer driven music. It (Walk into the Light) was in a way a direct precursor of the Tull a lbum Under Wraps.It is interesting that both albums were resoundingly unsuccessful commerciallyas that marked a rather more experimental period with tech nology They even used a drum machine instead of a live drummer for this new Tull album. At the time, according to Tull fanzine editor David Rees, Under Wraps split the Tul l fans right down the middle. Some appreciated the new sound and the contributions of Vettese while others longed for the old style of the 1970s. The members of the band seemed surprised as they rather liked the result of their latest effort. Martin Barre was quoted as saying, ..It was a lot of fun to record. More than any of the other albums we had made, it seemed to be trouble free.Its one of my personal favorite Tull albums. Ian seemed to agree, nowadays, it is one of the few Tull albums that I play to enjoy rather than for reference.Under Wraps is a great album Under Wraps was released in September of 1984, at the beginning of a new tour and d id eventually rise to number 18 on the U.K. album charts. For the tour, Doane Perry was asked to play drums and has remained with Jethro Tull for the past 20 years. The band played 30 shows in Europe (in just 38 days) before beginning the American tour in New Haven Connecticut on October 12th. T he show presented here is from Providence, Rhode Island 2 weeks later, October 27th. The set list includes one song from Broadsword and the Beast, one song from the Anderson solo album (Fly by Night), three from Under Wraps and the rest from the tried and true earlier Tull albums. Sadly, by this point in his career, Ian Anderson was beginning to feel the strain of his demanding performance schedule, or at least his vocal cords were. After completing t he American leg, the band headed for Australia but by this time Ian was advised to cancel the tour and rest his voice completely. The last show was December 18th in Melbourne. Jethro Tull only performed once in 1985, at a celebration of Bachs 300th birthday on March 16th in Berlin, they would not pe rform again until June of 1986. Fortunately for us, the fans of Jethro Tull, the forced sabbatical seemed to help the ailing Anderson as we are now in the 21st century and Tull are still going strong with energetic performances . The future was shaky back in 1984 but in retrospect it was probably a good decisio n that in the year 1985, Ian Anderson was kept Under Wraps. Notes from the Re-Master This show comes to us from our great New England source. After recording live shows for close to 10 years he was a master at this craft in 1984 when this show took place. We were sent a CD of the master tape for the project whic h was used to complete the remaster project. This remaster was then reviewed by the PRRP staff as well as the taper. A significant speed error was detected during the remaster process and the taper thought it might be due to the playback/digitizing process so another digitizing of the master tape w as made. This was sent on a DVD disc in 32-bit 48 KHz sampling format as data WAV files. A second remaster of the show using this second source was then completed. The complete show is here with the one tape flip filled in with material found elsewhere in the show. It is easiest to quote the taper at this point as he comments on the venue and the equipment used to capture the show: .One thing that occurs to me is that this show owes much of its quality to the acous tics in theProvidence Civic Center, my favorite of all the hockey rinks. To the best of my knowledge, the correct lineage for this show is: Sony ECM-150T > Sony WM-D6C >MaxellXL II-S>Nakamichi Dragon > RDL FP-UBC6 > MOTU 896 > Wave (48/32) > Cool Edit Pro > Wave(44.1/16) The ECM-150Ts areomni-directional lavalier condensermics. They contain the same caps ules as the original Oades and Core Sounds. I had them taped to my glasses, angled slightly outward according to how close we were to the stacks. Yo u can hear the stereo image shifting around as I moved my head, unfortunately much more than I would have liked. It's not easy to hold perfectly sti ll at aJethro Tullconcert. Try it sometime. The RDL FP-UBC6 is a professional-quality unbalanced to balanced line-level converter. The MOTU 896 is a rack-mountable 96Khz Fire Wire audio device. As with all the shows we have received from this taper, the quality of the recordin g is just outstanding with harmonics seen in the frequency spectrum up to 18,000Hz. The venue acoustics were wonderful. There was no booming ec ho or annoying reflections. Since the show was captured on two different cassette tapes, our taper provided three files in WAV data format: tap e 1 side A, tape 1 side B and tape 2. As above, the first effort for this remaster project was a 16-bit source of the mas ter. The project was completed and then started all over again with the new digitized version of the master tapes in 32-bit / 48 KHz format. The wh ole remaster project was kept in this high-resolution format until the end when the final step, converting to 16-bit, 44.1 KHz audio format, was made. The first identified problem with the source material was the tonality. The bass wa s quite deficient and the high-midrange and treble were excessive. Once corrected, it was then obvious that the balance was off and needed a djustment. Working through the show is was quite apparent that audience noise was a major obstacle. Our poor taper had seated himself near a rather enthusiastic female Tull fan who yelled frequently throughout the show. Fortunately, she would always yell at the same frequency so we were able to re duce her contribution to the recording. The tape flip provided a bit of a challenge as it occurred at the beginning of a song. Fortunately segments of th e recording were used to construct the missing pieces so a seamless segment could be pasted into the gap. Dynamics were adjusted to highlight the dramat ic character of the Tull show as well. The final big issue is the speed of the recording. Most disc 1 material was found t o be at the correct speed and pitch when compared to studio standards. A segment of the disc 2 material was found to be particularly fast so spe ed correction was employed. Given the character of the speed problem, both constant and variable speed correction was used. The result was compar ed to other live recordings of Tull during the 1984 tour and found to be similar. Tracking the show was straightforward but we did decide to track the individual segments of the medley since reference sources for the setlist of the show do mention these segments separately.
Jethro Tull - VFB Stadium, Giessen, Germany, Jul. 16, 1988, FM
JETHRO TULL: Giessen, Germany VFB Stadium (Waldstadion) July 16, 1988 1-Farm On The Freeway 2-A New Day Yesterday 3-Fat Man 4-Budapest 5-Pussy Willow/Pibroch 6-My God 7-Jump Start 8-Aqualung 9-Locomotive Breath 10-Seal Driver/Black Sunday Total Time = 69:07 FM (unknown gen) > cassette > CDR > EAC > FLAC Ian Anderson: Vocals, Flute, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Mandolin, Harmonica Martin Barre: Electric Guitar David Pegg: Bass, Backing Vocals Doane Perry: Drums, Percussion Martin Allcock: Keyboards
Jethro Tull - Shepards Bush Empire, London, Mar. 11, 2006
Jethro Tull Shepards Bush Empire London,UK 11-March-2006 with special Guest Lucia Micarelli Disc One (1:01:56) 101 Life Is A Long Song 102 Skating Away... 103 Living In The Past 104 Slipstream 105 Up To Me 106 Griminelli's Lament 107 Sibelius Violine Concerto-Aurora 108 Wond'ring Aloud 109 'Moz Art' Medley 110 Cheap Day Return/Mother Goose 111 She Is Like The Swallow 112 Bour� Disc Two (1:07:17) 201 Nocturne/Bohemian Rhapsody 202 Kashmir 203 Cross-Eyed Mary 204 Hymn 43 205 Morris Minus 206 My God 207 Budapest 208 Aqualung 209 Wind-Up 210 Locomotive Breath 211 Protect And Survive 212 Cheerio : Tull, accompanied by Lucia Micarelli : Lucia Micarelli, accompanied by Tull : Lucia Micarelli alone Quality: EX- audience recording (1st gen from MD master>WaveLab 4.0>wave>flac ronten d level 8)
Jethro Tull - Watchers on the Storm, LB (2 discs)
Jethro Tull Watchers on the Storm 2CD Label Flashback 01.93.020/1 /2 D1 1 Intro 2 Dark Ages 3 Home 4 Orion 5 Dun Ringill 6 Elegy 7 Old Ghosts 8 Somethings on the move 9 Aqualung 10 Peggy's Pub 11 Jack in the Green 12 King Henry's Madrigal/Heavy Horses 13 Flute improvisation 14 Songs from the wood D2 1 Hunting Girl 2 James O'Donnell's Jigs 3 Thick as a Brick 4 Too Old to Rock n'Roll 5 Cross Eyed Mary 6 Minstrel in the Gallery 7 Locomotive Breath 8 Dambusters March 9 Tall Thin Girl 10 Bouree 11 Locomotive Breath 12 Aqualung/Tequila 13 Locomotive Breath D1 and D2 1-8 Den Haag 16-3-1980 D2 9-11 Stern show 14-11-1991 D2 12-13 Stern Show 17-11-1987 silver CD - dbpower converter - FLAC
Eric Johnson w/ SRV - Agora Ballroom, Dallas, TX, Jun. 3, 1983
Eric Johnson w. SRV: Agora Ballroom-Dallas, TX-6/3/83-1st Gen Tape 1st Gen Audience Tape>dat>cd-r>Peak Pro 5>flac This one is for idj2 for in appreciation for re-seeding his great EJ April 2006 Denver show. This is a nice-sounding show, a s the "Bristol Shore" and "Trademark" samples show. Stevie Ray Vaughan plays on the encore, "Manic Depression." The sound quality on this encore is not as sharp as th e other 10 tracks, as you'll see in the "Manic SRV" sample. This is one of the few times the two Texas guitar giants were taped playing together. Eric Johnson on g uitar and voice, Rob Alexander on bass and voice, Steve ? on drums. Setlist: (60:56) 1. ? 2. Friends 3. Trademark 4. Wind Cries Mary 5. ? 6. All I Need-With You I Win 7. Manhattan 8. Stop in the Name of Love 9. Bristol Shore (small blip at the beginning) 10. Zap 11. Manic Depression (w. SRV) X Audio Compressio n Toolkit 1.57 Flac File Checksum Verification run on 5/30/06 (see text note in fol ders with flac fingerprint and verification of each song.) Posted by Mesquite 5/30/06 For sharing only-Never sell this music!^
Eric Johnson & Double Trouble - Stubb's BBQ, Austin, TX, Feb. 1999
Eric Johnson and Double Trouble: Stubb's BBQ-Austin, TX-February 1999^M^MDat master>d at>Tascam Professional EQ>cd-r>XACT>flac Yes, this is not a typo, it's a very rare gig featuring Eric Johnson playing with Double Trouble: Tommy Shannon on bass and Ch ris Layton on drums. This is a smokin' show featuring mainly Hendrix and Cream covers , with a couple of Eric's songs thrown in. The quality is EX. The taper has imbibed a few, doesn't stand still, and moves around a lot, but the quality remains very nice indeed. I got this from Panhandle Slim, who remastered it. Malford Milligan from Stor yville guests on vocals on Tracks 7 & 8. Song samples provided. Posted by Mesquite 8/ 16/06. Setlist: (56:43) 1. Rollin' and Tumblin' 2. Politician (mic cable jostle for a sec @ around 4:15) 3. The Boogie King 4. Wind Cries Mary 5. Spanish Castle Magic 6. World of Trouble 7. Manic Depression (Malford Milligan on vocals) 8. Crossroads (Malford Milligan on vocals) 9. Stepping Out 10.Encore: Shuffle (?)^
Eric Johnson - 4th & B, San Diego, CA, Jan. 14, 2004
Eric Johnson 4th & B San Diego CA January 14th 2004 Solo Acoustic/Piano Tour Audience Recording, A/A+ Excellent sound, source unknown, received in a trade on C DR CDR -> EAC -> FLAC(7) Thanks to Slipkid for the Trade, excellent quality shows as always! 01 - Song for Life 02 - Dusty 03 - Gift Of Love 04 - Fatherly Downs 05 - Cathys Song 07 - Song For George 08 - Water Under The Bridge 09 - Song from Venus 10 - Wind Cries Mary (Jazz Piano version) 11 - Desert Song 12 - All The Things You Are (fades out) 13 - Divanae 14 - My Finest Champion 15 - Wonder 16 - Once Upon a Time in Texas 17 - I Need You 18 - Scarborough Fair
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Linton Kwesi Johnson - Stockholm, Sweden, Sep. 27, 1981, FM
Linton Kwesi Johnson w/ Dennis Bovell Dub Band Stockholm, Sweden Sep. 27, 1981 Fm/SBD>??>MC>DAT>?>CDR>EAC>FLAC (cd to flac by JD on 7/8/03) 01 Intro / It Noh Funny 02 Five Nights Of Bleeding 03 Dread Beat an' Blood 04 Doun Di Road 05 Di Great Insohreckshan(Acapella) 06 What About The Working Class (Acapella) 07 Inglan Is A Bitch 08 Reality Poem Encores 09 Sonny's Lettah 10 Brain Smashing Dub
Wilco Johnson - Appledram Farm, Chichester, West Sussex, Jun. 23, 2005
Wilco Johnson/The Hamsters/John Otway Appledram Farm Chichester West Sussex 23 June 2005 Wilco Johnson 1. ? 2. ? 3. ? 4. When I was A Cowboy 5. When I<92>m Gone 6. Don<92>t Let Your Daddy Know 7. Back In The Night 8. Bye Bye Johnny The Hamsters 1. Chevrolet 2. Lucky In Love 3. Crazy <91>Bout An Automobile 4. You<92>ll Never Get Me Up In One Of Those 5. Hard Riding Papa 6. I Want To Make Love To You 7. Rocket In My Pocket 8. Star Spangled Banner 9. All Along The Watchtower 10. The Walk 11. Sweet Little Lisa 12. Sharp Dressed Man 13. Bunsen Burner + John Otway vcls, theremin;Richard Hogarth gtr 14. Born To Be Wild + Otway, Hogarth; Wilco Johnson gtr Audience: SPBMC12>Sharp270 minidisc>Soundforge>Flac
Elvin Jones Quintet - "Jazz in the Garden", MOMA, NYC, Jun. 24, 1971, FM
Elvin Jones Quintet WBAI FM Broadcast "Jazz in the Garden" The Sculpture Gallery Museum Of Modern Art NYC June 24th 1971 w/ Tenor Sax & Flute:Joe Farrel Tenor and Soprano Sax: Frank Foster Keys: Jan Hammer Bass: Gene Perla FM>VERY low gen cass?>CD>EAC>FLAC *EX sound for 71'! Although I know the great album "Outback" came out this year, I am not very familiar with Elvin's albums, so I'm gonna need some extra help with this set. I'm sure the di me gallery will be educating as usual. The sound is in fine shape here but this recor ding could use some editing to cut out some dead air etc... Note: At the end of disc one, the mix of the applause is super quiet & then there is a station ID. After some what seems like dead air, Elvin announces that "Ken Kesey is wanted at the ticket booth" He sounds serious. Classic! D1 T1 ? 43:25 D2 T1 ? 27:59 T2 ? 09:06 T3 ? + intros 17:17 t4 Station ID & another band intro 00:32 Hope this is nice surprise for even EZT/DIME Vets. Anyway, First Rate Jazz-IMO. enjoy mr_mags
Marti Jones - Bottom Line, NYC, Oct. 10, 1986, SBD
Marti Jones Bottom Line NYC 10/10/86 402 MB sb>cassette(2)>cdr(0)>eac>flac>you 1. It's Too Late 2. Whenever You're On My Mind 3. "Poor Marti" 4. Lonely Is As Lonely Does 5. Show and Tell 6. Talk To me 7. Be Myself Again 8. Just a Memeory 9. Inside These Arms 10. Chance of a Lifetime 11. Soon I Will Be Gone 12. If I Could Walk Away 13. We're Doing Alright 14. Band intros 15. Neverland 16. Follow You All Over The World 17. Your Cheatin' Heart 18. Jackson
Janis Joplin & the Kozmic Blues Band - Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Apr. 11, 1969, FM
Janis Joplin & the Kozmic Blues Band - Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (NL) April 11, 1969 01. Instrumental 02. Maybe
03. Summertime 04. Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) 05. Can't Turn You Loose 06. Combination of the Two 07. Ball and Chain 08. Piece of My Heart Time: 45m11s Re-Broadcast on the Dutch Radio2 on August 16, 2006 by KRO. Originally recorded by the VPRO. Source: Soundboard -> R2R Master -> DAT/CD -> FM -> Technics GT350 tuner (Analog) -> Tascam DA20mk2 (A->D 16bit 44.1kHz) -> HD -> Adobe Audition 1.5 (normalise & editing) -> CDWave -> -> FLAC (level6) -> You Line up: Janis Joplin - Vocals Sam Andrew - Guitar Brad Cambell - Bass Richard Kermode - Organ Terry Hensley - Trumpet Terry Clements - Tenor Sax Roy Markowitz - Drums Cornelius "Snooky" Flowers - Vocals / Baritone Sax ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Prof Says: The announcer remarked that this portion is all that's left in the VPRO archives from these original recordings, and so that the rest got lost. Shame... It has the exact same content as the bootleg 'Summertime'. I don't know how that boot sounds, but chances are fair that this is an upgrade in SQ. And even if it's not, then this one at least has a complete line-age. Sadly, I had to leave off the track "Maybe" as it has been released on the official "Box of Pearls" 5CD set. Enjoy!
Janis Joplin & the Kozmic Blues Band - Cotillion Ballroom, Wichita, KS, Oct. 24, 1969
Janis Joplin & The Kozmic Blues Band DATE : 1969/10/24 VENUE : Cotillion Ballroom, Wichita, Kansas LINEAGE: Audience Master Reel @ 3.75ips -> PCM Beta (analog out) -> Tascam CD-RW700 ( untracked CDR) -> Audacity (track indexing/wav conversion only) -> xAct (sbe correcti on) -> flac -> wav > Remaster > flac Master reel transfered to PCM circa 1989 PCM initially transfered to CDR circa 2000 by Alan Bershaw Alan's CDR tracked and converted to flac 9.23.2006 by Stu Hanson Digitally remastered by Gardener on 09/26/2006 SETLIST : Raise Your Hand^MAs Good As You've Been^MTake Me In Every Way Blues Summertime^MKozmic Blues Piece of My Heart Work Me Lord LINE-UP : Janis Joplin - vocals^MSnooky Flowers - baritone sax, vocals^MSam Andrew - guitar^MBr ad Campbell- bass^MRichard Kermode - keyboards^MLonnie Castille - drums^MTerry Clemen ts - tenor sax^MLuis Gasca - trumpet guest: Luther Tucker - lead guitar on track 7 NOTES : First of all, many thanks to StuHanson for originally providing this recording to us. The original master recording is still available there : http://www.dimeadozen.org/t orrents-details.php?id=113446 Remaster work on this one mainly consisted in cleaning the surface noises and statics that were all over the recording, correcting the speed which was slightly too fast a nd fixing some volume fluctuations. I think this new version is a real improvement so und quality wise but you're the ones to tell me. Enjoy !
Janis Joplin & the Kozmic Blues Band - "One Hot Winter Night," Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA, Dec. 11, 1969
Janis Joplin & The Kozmic Blues Band - "One Hot Winter Night" [Gardener Remaster] DATE : 1969/12/11 (early show) VENUE : Boston Tea Party, Boston, USA SETLIST : Raise Your Hand Hey Bo Diddley Kozmic Blues Port Arthur Blues* Help Me Baby* Maybe Try Piece of My Heart * featuring Johnny Winter LINEAGE : 1st gen tape > cd-r > Bias Peak Pro 5 (song indexing) > XACT > flac > WAV > Soundforge 7 > FLAC NOTES : First of all, thank you to Mesquite for originally providing this gem to us. The original 1st gen recording is still available here : http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=105283 For this remastered edition, I first rectified the speed which was slightly too fast and correc ted the balance between the channels. Then I restored the bass and high ends, cleaned some parasite noi ses in the middle freqs and boosted Janis vocals and the brass a little. The whole thing sounds a lot clearer now. VG+ at least, I'd say. ARTWORK INCLUDED Enjoy and blow all your blues away...
Janis Joplin & the Kozmic Blues Band - Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA, Dec. 11, 1969, Early Show
Janis Joplin w. Johnny Winter: Boston Music Hall-12/11/69-Early Show-1st Gen Tape 1st gen tape>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5 (song indexing)>XACT>flac This is a very rare and special gig, one of the few times Janis Joplin and Johnny Winter were recorded playing together. Johnny was in town at the Boston Tea Party and stopped by to play with his old Southeast Texas friend, Janis. Johnny is from Beaumont and Janis was fr om nearby Port Arthur. The quality of this show is VG and song samples are provided. Janis was touring with the Kozmic Blues Band, promoting the Kozmic Blues album. Tha nks to the Florida Kid for the tape. Setlist (50:54) 1. Raise Your Hand 2. ? 3. Kozmic Blues 4. Port Arthur Blues w. Johnny Winter on guitar and vocals 5. Help Me Baby w. Johnny Winter on guitar 6. Maybe 7. Try 8. Piece of My Heart Posted by Mesquite 7/27/06
Janis Joplin - Fillmore West, SF, CA, Apr. 4, 1970 (2 discs)
Joy Division - Nashville Ballroom, London, Sep. 22, 1979, SBD
**Remastered** by thir13en My FAQ: http://zombtracker.the-zomb.com/forums.php?action=viewtopic&topicid=1232 JOY DIVISION 1979-09-22 NASHVILLE BALLROOM LONDON Another request from another fine Zomb staff member, Watson387, as this was his orig nal seed here. Vinyl sourced as many Joy Division boots seems to be, with some slight surface noise as well as a serious low end thump, limited highs and an overall low digital imprin t. SO I corrected each as much as possible; tweaking the low, adding some highs, sli ght de-noising of the surface and the final digital maximization. *The last song that was from the original seed appears to be an official release fro m "Short Circuit: Live At The Electric Circus (1977-10-02)". As this song was also m astered very differently and really didn't fit into the set all that well anyways, i t has been omitted. Q'D>Comp'D>S1'D>BBE'D>X-NOise'D>L3'D>Ape'd Very cool show from a seminal outfit. Enjoy! Wilderness 02:43 Shadowplay 03:45 The leaders of men 02:35 Insight 03:52 Colony 03:59 Transmission 03:30 Disorder 03:36 She`s lost control 04:18 Atrocity Exhibition 06:29 Glass 03:47 Exercise One 02:28 PRE 13 SOURCE INFO ====================== Vinyl LP > CDR > Wave > Flac bootleg title : Try to cure yoursel One of the better J.D. bootlegs from the sound Quality and a fantastic performance from the group.Highlights are the versions of " Insight & Atrocity Exhibition " It`s from vinyl , but there is only one light click at the beginning of " Insight & Glass " , because it was a "virgin vinyl copy " played for the first time to digitalize it.