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Waco Brothers - Twangfest 12, Off Broadway, St. Louis, MO, Jun. 7, 2008, SBD/AUD
The WACO BROTHERS Twangfest 12 Off Broadway St. Louis, MO June 7, 2008 Source 1: Neumann KM184 + SBD > Soundcraft Folio Mixer > Nomad Jukebox 3 (firstname.lastname@example.org kHz) Source 2: SBD > Nomad Jukebox 3 (email@example.com kHz) Transfer: JB3 > PC > Cool Edit Pro 2.0 > CDWave Editor > FLAC Frontend (level 6) > FLAC DISK ONE 01 intro 02 Waco Express 03 Blink of an Eye 04 Too Sweet to Die * 05 Red Brick Wall 06 Cowboy in Flames 07 Fox River 08 Hell's Roof 09 Do What I Say 10 Missing Link 11 If You Don't Change Your Mind 12 The Death of Country Music 13 Nothing at All DISK TWO 01 chat 02 Plenty Tuff, Union Made 03 Harm's Way 04 Revolution Blues (Neil Young) 05 Take Me to the Fires 06 Do You Think About Me? 07 Out in the Light 08 The Girl At The End Of The Bar 09 White Lightning (George Jones) * SBD drops out in "Too Sweet to Die" and returns in "Red Brick Wall"
Tom Waits - Bremen, WG, Postaula, Apr. 27, 1977, FM
Tom Waits_1977-4-27 Bremen, WG, Postaula Linew up tba Setlist Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emission) Invitation to the Blues > Eggs and Sausage Depot, Depot The Piano Has Been Drinking (An Evening w/ Pete King) Pasties & a G-String (at the 2 o'clock pub) Step Right Up Semi Suite Fumblin' w/ the Blues Midnight Lullaby Emotional Weather Report I Can't Wait to Get Off to Work (and see my baby on montgomery ave.) New Coat of Paint Nobody Diamonds on my Windshield Grapefruit Moon The One That Got Away Small Change (got rained on by his own .38) Lineage: DLF Astra satellite digital (mpeg 2) radio>coaxial wire>Marian Marc 2 (16/48 setting)>re-mastered with Wavelab 5.0, using plug ins with 32 48 & 64 bit resolution >16/44.1 downsampling>normalisation to -0.01 db> CD Wave tracking>Flac Frontend>torre nt The broadcast file re- master contained a restauration of the signal amplitude up to 5 db.
Tom Waits - Warner Theater, Washington, D.C., Nov. 21, 1978
TOM WAITS WARNER THEATER,WASH.D.C. NOV.21,1978 CD1 1-THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY 2-STEP RIGHT UP 3-ANNIE'S BACK IN TOWN 4-I WISH I WAS IN NEW ORLEANS 5-IT AINT GONNA RAIN NO MORE 6-SIGHT FOR SORE EYES 7-JITTERBUG BOY 8-SWEET LITTLE BULLET 9-INTERMEZZO 10-I NEVER TALK TO STRANGERS 11-MURIEL 12-BURMA SHAVE CD1 1-SEMI SUITE 2-ROMEO IS BLEEDING 3-BETTER OFF WITHOUT A WIFE 4-ON THE NICKEL 5-JINGLE BELLS 6-X-MAS CARD FROM A HOOKER 7-Q & A FROM THE AUDIENCE 8-SMALL CHANGE 9-KENTUCKY AVENUE CASSETTE AUD MASTER > ? > DIME A DOZEN > CD > EAC > FLAC
Tom Waits - Tempodrome, Berlin, Nov. 2, 1985
Tom Waits performance at the Tempodrome in Berlin 02 Nov. 1985. It's an average sounding Audience recording of it's time, but a nice show. I don't have any information on the linage of the recording. Track list: CD 1 of 2, running time 74:19 1 Underground 2 Walking Spanish 3 Jockey Full Of Bourbon 4 Till The Money Runs Out 5 Tango Till They're Sore 6 Ruby's Arms 7 Invitation To The Blues 8 In The Neighbourhood 9 Cemetery Polka 10 Falling Down 11 16 Shells From A Thirty Ought Six 12 Shore Leave 13 Rain Dogs 14 Big Black Mariah 15 Downtown Train 16 Band Introduction 17 Singapore 18 9th And Hennepin CD 2 of 2, running time 31:51 1 Down Down Down 2 Clap Hands 3 Tom Trauberts Blues 4 Red Shoes 5 Down Down Down 6 Christmas Card From A Hooker 7 I Wish I Was In New Orleans 8 When The Saints Further description of the show can be found at: http://www.baudson.de/
Tom Waits - Audimax, Hamburg, Germany, May 12, 1987
Tom Waits Hamburg (Germany), Audimax 05.12.1987 Taped from the center of row 3. The sound of the tape is still good after all these years in my dungeon. I ve recorded the 04.12.1987 show also, so watch out for it in the future. Lineage: Sony WM-D6C + Aiwa CM30 - Maxell XL2 tape (master) - CD Wave 1.93.3 - Flac Artwork is included. CD 1: Hang On St. Christopher 16 Shells From A Thirty-Ought-Six Way Down In The Hole Gun Street Girl Cold Cold Ground Hang Down Your Head Yesterday Is Here Telephone Call From Istanbul Straight To The Top I ll Take New York Intro (Bob s Airport) I Wish I Was In New Orleans Invitation To The Blues Train Song Johnsburg, Illinois CD 2: Frank s Wild Years Innocent When You Dream Midtown Cemetary Polka Clap Hands More Than Rain Red Shoes Strange Weather Rain Dogs Straight To The Top Band Introduction Shore Leave Gin Soaked Boy Anywhere I Lay My Head
Tom Waits - Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 6, 1987
Tom Waits Massey Hall, Torronto, Canada 6 October 1987 AUD Sound: A+/A Complete Show Overall, this recording is quite fine. Crisp, clear stereo speration. Nice levels. Lineage: TW>unknown taper>PC>Trade>CDR>WAV>FLAC 1. crowd noise 2. Intro 3. Hang On St. Christopher 4. Way Down in the Hole 5. 16 Shells ... 6. Big Black Mariah 7. Cold Cold Ground 8. Blind Love 9. Gun Street Girl 10. Yesterday is Here 11. I'll Take New York 12. Frank's Wild Years 1. Johnsburg, Illinois 2. I Wish I was in New Orleans 3. Tom Traubert's Blues 4. Innocent When You Dream 5. Midtown 6. 9th and Hennepin 7. Rain Dogs 8. Underground 9. More than Rain 10. Straight to the Top 11. Clap Hands 12. Telephone Call from Istanbul 13. Temptation 14. Shore Leave 15. Clapping - encore 16 Walking Spanish 17. Downtown Train 18. Gin Soaked Boy 19. Time
Tom Waits - Shrine Auditorium, L.A., CA, Mar. 29, 1998
Tom Waits Shrine Auditorium Los Angeles March 29. 1998 "Not in Our Names" Benefit concert Audience Recording (sorry, no other info) About a B+. Great Show. Walk Away Gun Street Girl Fall of Troy A Little Rain Going Out West Big Black Mariah Jesus Gonna Be Here Yesterday is Here Innocent When You Dream Bonus Tracks- KCRW "Morning Becomes Eclectic" 3/31/98 Sound A+ Filipino Box Spring Hog I Can't Wait To Get Off Work (And See My Baby On Montgomery Avenue). Tom also did Fall of Troy on KCRW but that was released KCRW's Rare On Air Vol. 4. A DVD of this concert was recently released along with the re-issue of the "Dead Man Walking" Movie Soundtrack. When I saw the initial track listings of the DVD it was supposed to contain 5 Tom Waits songs. When I picked up the DVD yesterday it had all of the other tracks from the initial track listing EXCEPT for the Waits tracks, so I pulled this out and decided to put it up. Does anyone know why the Waits stuff was not on the DVD? Keep the new shows comin'!
Tom Waits - "Grand Weepers and Grim Reapers," Burbank Airport, LA, CA, Apr. 1, 1999, SBD
Tom Waits Grand Weepers and Grim Reapers Venue: Burbank Airport City: Los Angeles, CA Recorded: April 1, 1999 Format: FLAC Lineage: SBD > Non-Broadcast Tape > CDRx > Remaster (Cool Edit Pro 2.1)
> FLAC FLAC Size: 665 MB Artwork: No Sound Quality: A Performers: Tom Waits - Vocals, Guitar, Piano Smokey Hormel - Guitar, Banjo, ..... Larry Taylor - Bass Notes: This is the second release of this remaster. Since the first version I have retrack ed it to separate the stories from the songs and removed a handful of digital glitc hes that I was unable to previously. Due to becoming rather adept at locating and s moothing digital noise, I decided that it would be appropriate to come back to this (my first remastering project) and improve upon my previous work. Serious Waits co llectors will certainly want to grab this upgrade unless you're one of the people w ho doesn't seem to notice or is not bothered by digital static. Note that there are still a few clicks present on this tape (mostly at the end of What's He Building?, but sprinkled elsewhere as well), but they are very quiet and I doubt that any but the most discerning ears will be able to located them. To those few of you still l eft out there, I apologize in advance that this is the best I can do with this mate rial. Nonetheless, pending a starling new discovery of an untainted source, this he re is as good as it's going to get. This version is also aligned to correct sector boundaries, which the other was not (sorry about that). Remaster Notes: After recieving various flawed copies of this set, I decided to do a little researc h. As it turns out, the copy the generally circulates contains various digital copy errors throughout, though most noticable on the end of disc 1. With the impossibil ity of obtaining a clear copy of it, I took upon myself the laborious task of remas tering these discs. I had to listen through with my headphones and remove all of th e skips, gaps, and other bizarre problems that had been introduced onto the discs. Tracks 10 and 11 on the first disc were especially difficult, and a close listen wi ll still reveal a few imperfections scattered throughout. I didn't want to alter th e original too much, so the really tough ones remain. No noise reduction or EQ of a ny kind was performed. While these discs are still not perfect, this version is a h ell of a lot better than the versions that I was able to find circulating around. Performance Notes: I had a difficult time writing a review of this concert as I was listening to it be cause I was simply laughing too hard. While many performers have a hard time with t he Storytellers format, Tom really flourishes, making the most of each opportunity to tell one of his hilarious stories that sometimes have a little to do with the ly rics and sometimes nothing at all. Mule Variations is one of my favorite Waits albu ms, and my three favorite songs on it are included here. The version of Tom in his 1999 voice performing Ol' 55 (and the hilarious story that preceeds it) is priceles s. The band is excellent, the arrangements are tasteful and interesting, and the vo cals are simply perfect. I won't spoil it any more for those who have yet to hear t his, but I will say that it is one of the first Waits bootlegs you should have in y our collection. (Remastering and review by Stephen Pickett, www.audiophilia.net) Disc 1 71:12 01. Tango 'Till They're Sore Story 02:22 02. Tango 'Till They're Sore 03:21 03. Hang Down Your Head Story 02:01 04. Hang Down Your Head 02:49 05. Ol' 55 Story 02:11 06. Ol' 55 04:24 07. Strange Weather Story 01:29 08. Strange Weather 04:26 09. Hold On Story (with false start) 02:36 10. Hold On 05:49 11. Picture in a Frame Story 01:27 12. Picture in a Frame 03:26 13. I Can't Wait To Get Off Work Story 03:39 14. I Can't Wait to Get Off Work 02:50 15. House Where Nobody Lives Story (with false start) 02:37 16. House Where Nobody Lives 04:09 17. Get Behind the Mule Story 01:21 18. Get Behind the Mule 06:50 19. Chocolate Jesus Story 02:04 20. Chocolate Jesus 04:40 21. What's He Building? Story 01:48 22. What's He Building? 04:53 Disc 2 47:33 01. A Little Rain Story 01:45 02. A Little Rain 03:07 03. Downtown Train Story 00:42 04. Downtown Train 04:43 05. Black Wings 04:49 06. Jesus Gonna Be Here Story 02:33 07. Jesus Gonna Be Here 04:59 08. Jersey Girl Story 03:58 09. Jersey Girl 04:17 10. Chocolate Jesus Story (with abandoned take, Step Right Up intro) 03:13 11. Chocolate Jesus (third take) 04:02 12. Tango Till They're Sore 04:22 13. Hang Down Your Head Story 01:14 14. Hang Down Your Head 03:49
Tom Waits - "Another 121 Tears in a Short Glass," Florence, Italy, Jul. 24, 1999, LB
Tom Waits: another 121 tears in a short glass Second part of the show from Florence, Italy July 24th, 1999 16 Shells Shore leave Strange weather Who are you Fillipino box spring hog In the colloseum Temptation Cold Water (Looking for) The heart of saturday night The house where nobody lives Big in japan Silver CD-EAC-Flac Frontend 6-You Excellent quality, Enjoy.
Tom Waits - "Live at the Congress Hall," Sala Kongreswa, Warsaw, Poland, May 26, 2000
TOM WAITS "live at the congress hall" sala kongresowa warsaw poland 05/26/2000 ! complete set made from two sources ! disc one: Jesus Gonna Be Here Jockey Full of Bourboun Earth Died Screaming Get Behind the Mule Strange Weather Hold On Angels in Heaven Chocolate Jesus Murder in the Red Barn Goin' Out West Tango Till They're Sore Warsaw 5 a.m. Picture in a Frame Cemetery Polka Invitation to the Blues disc two: Innocent When You Dream 16 Shells from a Thirty-Ought Six Gun Street Girl Who Are You Pony Swordfishtrombone I'll Shoot the Moon Come On Up to the House Lucky Day tom waits - vocals guitar piano bullhorn larry taylor - upright bass smokey hormel - guitars banjo mandolin danny mc.gough - keyboards angrew borger - drums percussion high resolution artwork included NOT FOR SALE - a waitswatcher production 2005 -
Tom Waits - The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA, Aug. 1, 2006
TOM WAITS Orphans Tour Atlanta (GA) The Tabernacle Tuesday, August 1 Disc 1: -intro- Make It Rain Hoist that Rag Shore Leave God's Away on Business -banter- November Who's Been Talkin'/'Til the Money Runs Out Blue Valentine -banter- Lucky Day -banter- Tango 'Til They're Sore House Where Nobody Lives Disc 2: Don't Go Into that Barn Lie To Me, Baby Whistling Past the Graveyard -banter- 9th & Hennepin Trampled Rose Get Behind the Mule Murder in the Red Barn Shake It Singapore Goin' Out West Day After Tomorrow Heartattack & Vine/Spoonful source: Roland "Edirol" R-09 Wave recorder, Core Sound Stealthy Cartioids. position: center floor, slightly left wav - cool edit pro - applause level reduced to -2.7MB - pan/expansion - normalize - split trac ks - flac
Tom Waits - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, NC, Aug. 2, 2006
Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, August 2 2006 Sony MZ-R55, Realistic Omnidirectional Stereo mics, MidiMia soundcard, Soundforge 8.0 Singapore Make it Rain Hoist That Rag Shore Leave November Gods Away on Business 'Til the money Runs out All The World Is Green Tango 'Til Their Sore Invitation to the Blues You Can Never Hold Back Spring Clap Hands Whistling Past The Graveyard - Heartattack and Vine Who's Been Talkin' What's He Building in There Trampled Rose Get Behind the Mule Murder in the Red Barn Goin' out West (applause) Down In The Hole Blue Valentine (applause) Dont Go into that Barn Tom Waits Duke Robillard Bent Clausen Larry Taylor Casey Waits
Tom Waits - Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, Aug. 5, 2006
waits20060805ryman.torrent An Evening with Tom Waits Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN 2006-08-05, Saturday 8:15p-10:15p taper: stagscousin location: balcony, section 14, row K equipment: Sony ECM-MS907 One-Point Stereo Mic (90 degree setting, planted in mic ho lder on 1-inch foam mount in upper-right shirt pocket, head sticking out ~1.5 inches, ~5 feet off the ground, pointed almost vertical towards the ceiling over middle stag e) --> Sony MZ-RH910 Hi-MD Walkman/Recorder (settings: mic sens. low, auto recording level, rec mode PCM) --> Adobe Audition 1.5 --> WaveSplitter 2.1 --> dBpowerAMP Music Converter --> flac Disc One (58:58) 01 band entrance 02 tom's entrance/make it rain 03 hoist that rag 04 ? 05 god's away on business 06 all the world is green 07 ? 08 way down in the hole 09 ? 10 ? 11 ? 12 ? 13 murder in the red barn Disc Two (61:54) 01 shake it 02 what's he building? 03 trampled rose 04 ? 05 don't go into that barn 06 ? 07 sins of the father 08 ?/goodnight 09 day after tomorrow 10 intros/heartattack and vine
Tom Waits - Auditorium Theater, Aug. 9, 2006
Tom Waits Auditorium Theater Chicago, Illinois August 9, 2006 Master: Sonic Studios DSM-6 => bass roll-off => Sony M-1 DAT (15th row left) Transfer: Sony ES DAT => Stand-alone Pioneer CD burner => CDR => EAC => Magix Audio Cleaning Lab => Export to WAV => FLAC (level 8) Setlist: Disc 1 (52:32): (1) Band entrance (0:51) (2) Make It Rain (5:06) (3) Hoist That Rag (4:41) (4) Shore Leave (5:20) (5) God's Away On Business (3:04) (6) Banter (0:40) (7) All The World Is Green (4:07) (8) Falling Down (4:52) (9) Belmont & Sheffield story (2:21) (10) Tango 'Till They're Sore (2:49) (11) Weiner Circle story (1:42) (12) Tom Traubert's Blues (6:30) (13) Eyeball Kid (5:35) (14) Down In The Hole (4:48) Disc 2 (70:03): (1) Don't Go Into That Barn (6:59) (2) Shake It (6:12) (3) Trampled Rose (4:31) (4) What's He Building? (5:06) (5) Who's Been Talking => 'Till The Money Runs Out (5:05) (6) Murder In The Red Barn (6:22) (7) Lie To Me Baby (3:07) (8) Get Behind The Mule (6:16) (9) Encore break (2:38) (10) Day After Tomorrow (7:00) (11) Singapore (3:02) (12) Encore break (3:30) (13) Whistlin' Past The Graveyard (3:52) (14) Time (6:15) Notes: Nice audience recording from a good location (15th row on the floor, directly in line with the speaker stack) of Tom Waits' Chicago stop on the "Orphans" tour. I was very pleased with how this came out; the sound was excellent (which is typical for this t heater) and the crowd near me was very courteous. The clapping between songs is quit e high in comparison with the relatively quiet music, but I didn't hear any distracti on during the actual songs. I have no idea how this compares with the DPA 4061 sourc e that was also posted; I'm guessing that it sounds more "in your face" because of my seat location but has less sonic range because of the difference in the mikes. Hope fully some people that hear both sources will comment. I had very little audience interference because I was sitting in a "row" that only ha d one seat, just because of the configuration of seating in the auditorium (I was jus t in front of a railing that divided me from the next level of seats. Jim DeRogatis (Chicago Sun-Times music critic) sat behind me with a friend; they held court with mu sic-industry people before the show, but they were stone silent during the performanc e. The file size is small because the levels are set with the peaks at the height of the audience cheering. The music itself has much lower levels; I figured that anyone wh o wishes to can tinker with the levels of individual portions but that was better lef t up to the individual. Other than using Audix to set the overall level, this is the raw source. This show (whichever source) is worth the download purely for the "Belmont and Sheffi eld" story Waits told during the piano interlude; that was the funniest banter I have ever heard from him in concert. (I don't want to give it away; you need to listen t o it for yourself.)
Tom Waits - Opera House, Detroit, MI, Aug. 11, 2006
Detroit (MI) - Opera House, August 11 2006 d1 Make It Rain God's Away On Business Shore Leave Way Down In The Hole Dead And Lovely Falling Down -banter- Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis Invitation To The Blues -banter- House Where Nobody Lives Eyeball Kid Who's Been Talking/'Till The Money Runs Out Circus d2 Trampled Rose Lost At The Bottom Of The World Sins Of The Father/Wade in the Water Shake It e1 Murder In The Red Barn Get Behind The Mule It Rains On Me e2 Day After Tomorrow Goin' Out West Main Floor, Aisle 6, row T --far right, just under balcony 1 dpa4061 - Zefiro Inbox - Sony PCM-M1 - Zefiro ZA2 - Sound Forge 6 - EAC (for track sp lit) - FLAC in the interest of getting this up quickly, no edits or tweaks performed. Due to seat location, decent, though slightly thick sound, with some noisy neighbors and disprop ortionately loud applause. Not as nice as the Chicago 8.9.06 recording. Hopefully a s uperior tape surfaces. Hideous karma to befall those who sell this on ebay (and just bad karma to those who convert to mp3 and circulate).
Tom Waits - House of Blues, Cleveland, OH, Aug. 13, 2006
Tom Waits House of Blues Cleveland, Ohio 8-13-06 Recorded Center Balcony using Audio Technica 943 Mics>Battery Box> Sony SBM1>Sony D-8 Transfer Via Sony PCM-R500>HHB 850> Sound Forge 8.0 (Fades & Tracking) I put the main set on Disc I & The Encores on Disc II Disc I 1. Goin' Out West 2. 219 ( My Baby's Leavin' On ) 3. Way Down In The Hole 4. November 5. Blue Valentine 6. Big Black Mariah 7. On The Nickel 8. Cemetery Polka 9. I Wish I Was In New Orleans 10. Johnsburg, Illinois 11. Metropolitan Guide 12. Heart Attack & Vine/Spoonful 13. Make It Rain 14. Circus 15. Singapore 16. It Rains On Me Disc II - ( Encores ) 1. Don't Go Into That Barn 2. Ramblin' Man 3. Whistlin' Past The Graveyard 4. Buzz FledderJohn After seeing a midnight show added to the tour I knew it was going to be something special so I opted to take the 8 hour trek from Jersey. And I'm glad I did. When you hear this documentation of history I'm certain you will be too. Enjoy!
Tom Waits - Clank Boom Steam Compilation
Tom Waits "Clank Boom Steam" Compilation Disc 1 1. Jockey Full of Bourbon - Nijmegan, 11/05/85 2. 16 Shells From A Thirty-Ought Six - San Jose, 12/30/90 3. Tango 'Til They're Sore - Letterman, 1985 4. Don't Go Into That Barn - Berlin, 11/15/04 5. Black Wings - Healdsburg, 8/11/96 6. Til the Money Runs Out - Los Angeles, 11/23/85 7. That Feel - Oakland, 2/4/96 8. God's Away on Business - Antwerp, 11/13/04 9. Such a Scream - Oakland, 6/9/99 10. Dirty Old Town - Los Angeles, 12/31/88 11. Chocolate Jesus - Letterman, 1999 12. The Earth Died Screaming - Florence, 7/24/99 13. More Than Rain - San Francisco, 11/06/87 14. Red Shoes - Los Angeles, 5/30/92 15. A Little Rain - Seattle, 10/19/99 16. Walk Away - Oakland, 2/4/96 17. Straight to the Top - Amsterdam, 11/21/04 Disc 2 1. The Black Rider - Stockholm, 7/14/99 2. Downtown Train - Austin, 3/20/99 3. Yesterday is Here - Live Radio Session, 1987 4. Goin Out West - Oakland, 6/10/99 5. Hoist That Rag - Belin - 11/15/04 6. Gun St. Girl - Oakland, 2/4/96 7. Cold Cold Ground - New York, 9/21/03 8. Shore Leave - Paris, 11/16/85 9. I Don't Wanna Grow Up - Oakland, 6/9/99 10. Hang On St. Christopher - Toronto, 10/06/87 11. Down There By the Train - Healdsburg, 8/11/96 12. Singapore - Stockholm, 7/14/99 13. Big Black Mariah - Toronto, 10/06/87 14. Hang Down Your Head - Austin, 3/20/99 15. Clap Hands - San Jose, 12/30/90 16. Papa's Got a Brand New Bag - San Francisco, 11/06/87 17. Lucky Day - Eugene, 11/15/99
Tom Waits - Tales from the Underground
26M 1 010 little man.flac 22M 1 01blue skies.flac 23M 1 02jersey girl.flac 18M 1 03whistlin past the graveyard.flac 17M 1 04mr. henry.flac 21M 1 05downtown train.flac 31M 1 06 Im not your fool anymore.flac 25M 1 07 adios lounge.flac 22M 1 08 sea of love.flac 22M 1 09 silent night.flac 11M 1 11 what keeps mankind alive.flac 16M 1 12 The dwarfs machine song.flac 26M 1 13 The piano has been drinking.flac 28M 1 14 Its alright with me.flac 21M 1 15 tommy the cat.flac 17M 1 16 filipino box spring hog.flac 50M 1 17 shells from a thirty-ought-six, rain dogs - live bonus tracks (rec. nov. 16th 1985 Paris).flac 22M 2 01 waitin for waits.flac 25M 2 02 ill never let go of your head.flac 14M 2 03walk away.flac 31M 2 04sleep tonight.flac 11M 2 05im crazy bout my baby.flac 8.2M 2 06pontiac.flac 14M 2 07take care of all children.flac 19M 2 08serrano.flac 15M 2 09the fall of troy.flac 9.6M 2 10jesus blood never failed me yet.flac 4.0M 2 11 martin goes and does where its at.flac 8.0M 2 12eggs and sausage.flac 23M 2 13date to church.flac 21M 2 14metrotown.flac 19M 2 15thousand bing bangs.flac 24M 2 16down there by the train.flac 15M 2 17sweet and shiny eyes.flac 56M 2 18 fumblin with the blues drunk to the moon virginia avenue - live bonus tracks (rec. live may 26th 1976, Amsterdam).flac 30M 2 19 tango till theyre sore - live bonus track (rec. live nov. 16th 1985, Paris).flac 27M 3 01little drop of poison.flac 15M 3 02what else is new.flac 9.1M 3 03(slam on) little sheep.flac 52M 3 04jersey girl.flac 16M 3 05suitcase I.flac 22M 3 06paradise alley.flac 17M 3 07 annies back in town.flac 19M 3 08suitcase II.flac 21M 3 09strange weather.flac 39M 3 10standing on the corner.flac 41M 3 11movie.flac 25M 3 12no one can forgive me but my baby.flac 26M 3 13playin hooky.flac 3.7M 3 14a nickels worth of dream.flac 13M 3 15mr. henry (early version).flac 10M 3 16smugglers waltz.flac 7.4M 3 17once more before i go.flac 17M 3 18straydog help yourself.flac 7.5M 3 19candy mountain.flac 16M 3 20rainbow sleeves.flac 15M 4 01Saving All My Love For You.flac 16M 4 02 What Else Is New.flac 27M 4 03 Chase The Clouds Away.flac 8.5M 4 04 Flash Pan Hunter.flac 27M 4 05 Memories Of What.flac 24M 4 06 Memories of St Christopher.flac 8.2M 4 07 World of Adventure - River of Man.flac 18M 4 08 Empty Pocket.flac 2.7M 4 09 Old Time Feelin.flac 30M 4 10 Old 55 Story.flac 20M 4 11 Louise.flac 21M 4 12 Just Another Dime Story.flac 16M 4 13 Papa's Got A Brand New Bag.flac 17M 4 14 Brother Can You Spare A Dime.flac 25M 4 15 Eggs and Sausage.flac 69M 4 16 Temptation.flac 19M 4 17 Purple Avenue.flac 13M 4 18 Hang On St Christopher.flac 21M 5 01 On The Road.flac 34M 5 02 Coattails of A Deadman.flac 16M 5 03 It Rains on Me.flac 34M 5 04 Do You Know What I Idi Amin.flac 21M 5 05 Puttin On The Dog.flac 21M 5 06 Its Over.flac 19M 5 07 Book of Moses.flac 15M 5 08 Babbachichuija.flac 33M 5 09 Highway Cafe.flac 27M 5 10 Helium Surprise.flac 23M 5 11 Home Ill Never be.flac 19M 5 12 Fever Whos Sport Coat Is That.flac 35M 5 13 My Baby Left Me On A Trash Day.flac 11M 5 14 Im Big In Japan.flac 18M 5 15 Old Blonde Gal - Big Ol Moon.flac 15M 5 16 White Rabbits Lament.flac 22M 5 17 Till The Wheels Come Off.flac 24M 6 01Downtown Train.flac 17M 6 02 Brother Can You Spare A Dime.flac 22M 6 03 Meet Me In Paradise Alley.flac 17M 6 04 Annies Back In Town.flac 14M 6 05 The World Keeps Turning.flac 4.8M 6 06 Bend Down The Branches.flac 17M 6 07 I Know I've Been Changed.flac 16M 6 08 I Aint Going Down To The Well No More.flac 20M 6 09 Rains On Me.flac 25M 6 10 Fish In The Jailhouse.flac 28M 6 11 Two Nineteen.flac 43M 6 12 Gun Street Girl.flac 23M 6 13 Down There By The Train.flac 14M 6 14 Jesus Blood Never Failed Me Yet.flac 19M 6 15 Buzz Flederjon.flac 3.4M 6 16 Big Face Money.flac 33M 6 17 Ill Tell You Why That Is.flac 15M 6 18 I Know Ive Been Changed.flac 15M 6 19 But Hes Not Wilhelm.flac 22M 6 20 In The Morning.flac 25M 6 21 The Part You Throw Away.flac 28M 6 22 Fannin Street.flac
Rick Wakeman - The King Arthur Concert, Dec. 1976
Rick Wakeman - The King Arthur Concert Tracks 1-7 Live at Wembley, London, U.K. December 1976 Tracks 8-10 Live in Maltings, U.K. 1976 Highland release HL181 Tracks 1-7 sound quality very good B+ (audience?) Tracks 8-10 sound quality very good A- (tv broadcast) Tracklist: 01. Arthur 02. Lady Of The Lake 03. Guinevere 04. Sir Lancelot And The Black Knight 05. Merlin The Magician 06. Sir Galahad 07. The Last Battle 08. The Journey 09. No Earthly Connection 10. Catherine Parr cover included st5, md5, md5wave, ffp & eac log included Got this in a trade (thanks to AHolle for this one and more, thanks to you my collection keeps expanding!, very grateful to you). Had to re-edit this album, due to the fact that there were spaces between the tracks. (not AHolle`s fault, this was the way he got it in a trade, re-editting is no problem and a small task). CD-R>EAC WAVE>COOL EDIT PRO 2.1>TLH FLAC
Rick Wakeman - Live in 't Noorderlicht, Tilburg, Holland, Mar. 13, 1993
Wakeman with Wakeman - Live in `t Noorderlicht, Tilburg, Holland, March 13, 1993 CD>EAC WAVE (SECURE)>TLH (FLAC 6) Tracklist: 1. Catherine Parr 2. Catherine Howard 3. Eleanor Rigby 4. Sea Horses 5. Past And Present 6. Arthur/The Last Battle 7. Merlin The Magician Source: Stereo Audience - A eac log, st5, md5, md5 wave, ffp included cover included Seeded on DIME on 04-12-2006 by Gromek
Rick Wakeman - York Grand Opera House, York, Apr. 20, 2003
Rick Wakeman and the New English Rock Ensemble Live in York 4/20/03 York Grand Opera House Master>CDR>EAC>Flac lvl 6 DISC - 1 The Return Overture Journey to the Center of the Earth The Realization/The Prisoner Catherine Parr Out There DISC - 2 White Rock Extracts from the Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Roundtable The Dance of a Thousand Lights Cathedral of the Sky Merlin the Magician Starship Trooper
Mal Waldron - Middleheim Jazz Festival, Antwerp, Belgium, Aug. 16, 1987, FM
Mal Waldron Birthday Concert August 16, 1987 Antwerpen, Belgium Middelheim Jazz Festival Disc One: 1. Happy Birthday (audience) - 0:29 2. Medley (piano solo) - 16:14 3. The Seagulls of Kristiansund - 10:01 4. Soul Eyes+ - 6:38 5. Fire Waltz+ - 8:06 6. Champs-Elysees (piano solo) - 12:45 7. Straight Ahead# - 6:01 8. God Bless the Child# - 6:56 Disc Two: 1. The Git Go* - 15:28 2. Judy* - 14:40 3. The Theme* - 8:59 Musicians: Mal Waldron - piano Reggie Workman - bass Andrew Cyrille - drums Joe Henderson* - tenor saxophone Jeanne Lee+ - vocals Abbey Lincoln# - vocals Source: FM broadcast Lineage: FM >? >CDR >EAC (secure) >FLAC Frontend (level 6, aligned on sector boundaries)
Butch Walker - Bowery Ballroom, NYC, Dec. 6, 2004 (2 discs)
BUTCH WALKER & AMERICAN HI-FI Bowery Ballroom New York City, NY December 6, 2004 LINEAGE: SP-CMC-4 (cardiod) mics > SP battery box w/bass roll over > Sony TCD-D8 DAT Recorder > Line-IN > Adobe Audition 2.0 > .WAV > FLAC Frontend > .FLAC SET LIST DISC 1 AMERICAN HI-FI The Art Of Losing Flavor Of The Week Seperation Anxiety Safer On The Outside Everlasting Fall Maybe Won't Do Something Real We Can't Be Friends Hell Yeah The Geeks Get The Girls Wall Of Sound DISC 2 BUTCH WALKER Uncomfortably Numb Don't Move Maybe It's Just Me MixTape #1 Summer Jam Last Flight Out So This Is Christmas Radio Tokyo Cigarette Lighter Love Song Joan So At Last The Best Thing That You Never Had Sunday Bloody Sunday> Freak Of The Week Ode To Ashley Simpson Lights Out
Jerry Jeff Walker
Jerry Jeff Walker - Ebbets Field, Denver, CO, Feb. 20, 1974, FM
Jerry Jeff Walker February 20, 1974 Ebbets Field, Denver, CO source: KBPI-FM broadcast total time - 71:39 01. (radio promo) (1:39) 02. Gettin' By (4:22) 03. I Like to Sleep Late (3:49) 04. She Left Me Holding (6:10) 05. The Continuing Saga of the Classic Bummer (5:18) 06. Get It Out (5:58) 07. More Often Than Not (6:45) 08. The First Showboat (4:07) 09. L.A. Freeway (5:45) 10. One too Many Mornings (5:22) 11. Northeast Texas Woman (7:24) 12. My Old Man (8:15) 13. High Hill Country Rain #2 (6:36) The first 3 track from the original show are missing Desperadoes Waiting for a Train Backslider's Wine High Hill COuntry Rain
Jerry Jeff Walker - The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA, Nov. 9, 1985 (2 discs)
Jerry Jeff Walker - Rockefeller's, Houston, TX, Jul. 21, 1989, SBD
Jerry Jeff Walker Rockefeller's-Houston, Texas July 21, 1989 Soundboard Master > 1st Generation > CDR > Flac Solo Show 01 Lovin' Livin' Worthwhile 02 Pickup Truck Song 03 I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight 04 Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother 05 London Homesick Blues 06 Long Long Time 07 Big Hat 08 Jaded Lover (Incomplete) 09 Woman In Texas 10 Railroad Lady 11 Night Rider's Lament 12 LA Freeway 13 Coat From The Cold 14 Trashy Women 15 Mr. Bojangles 16 Layin' My Life On The Line 17 Gettin' By 18 Quiet Faith Of Man 19 Sangria Wine Sorry folks about my last JJW posting getting banned, apparently Mr. Bojangles is bei ng released in about a month on "Five Years Gone" CD. I'm checking to see if I can repost it whithout that track,hopefully next weekend, bu t in the meantime.... I thought I'd throw up this show that has not been in general circulation, just Jerry Jeff, his guitar and his songs. Enjoy! mjk5510
Jerry Jeff Walker - Doc Rickett's Lab, Monterey, CA, Feb. 18, 1991, SBD
Jerry Jeff Walker & The Gonzo Survivors February 18, 1991 Doc Rickett's Lab Monterey, CA Stereo soundboard from digital master - excellent sound quality. Early show Disc one: 43:19 1. announcer intro > Gettin�By 3:52 2. Pickup Truck Song 3:08 3. I Found A Woman In Texas 4:04 4. Mr. Bojangles 5:01 5. Navajo Rug 3:17 6. Jaded Lover 3:05 7. Lovesick London Blues 4:33 8. I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight 3:38 9. Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother 4:29 10. For Little Jessie (She Knows Her Daddy Sings) 3:31 11. L.A. Freeway 4:41 Early show Disc two: 41:29 1. band intros 0:29 2. Night Rider's Lament 4:42 3. Ro-deo-deo Cowboy 3:50 4. Just To Celebrate 3:46 5. I'm All Through Throwing Good Love After Bad 8:15 6. Charlie Dunn 3:52 7. Hands On The Wheel 3:22 8. Trashy Women 3:42 9. thanks + crowd noise before encores 1:54 encores: 10. Like A Coat From The Cold 3:23 11. Pick Up The Tempo 4:14 Late show: 74:54 1. Love Makes Livin�Worthwhile 3:38 2. Pickup Truck Song 2:52 3. Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother 3:43 4. Backslider� Wine 3:14 5. Desperados Waiting For The Train 5:45 6. band intros 0:16 7. Lovesick London Blues 4:29 8. Blue Mood 5:20 9. Navajo Rug 3:12 10. Mr. Bojangles 5:06 11. L.A. Freeway 5:15 12. Got Lucky Last Night 3:56 13. Nolan Ryan 4:31 14. Jaded Lover 3:23 15. Night Rider's Lament 4:46 16. Ro-deo-deo Cowboy 4:00 17. Pick Up The Tempo 4:26 encores: 18. Sangria Wine 3:57 19. Gettin�By 3:05 Jerry Jeff Walker with John Inman-lead guitar, Bob Livingston-bass & Freddy Krc-dru ms. Lineage: Beta PCM digital master > Beta PCM clone. Transfer: Sony SL-HF900 with Sony PCM601ESD (digital output) > Macintosh with DigiD esign AudioMedia III card > Pro Tools > AIFF. FLAC files (level 8) created with xAC T (sector boundaries verified). md5 file created with checkSUM+.
Wall of Voodoo
Wall of Voodoo - Big Club, Torino, Italy, Mar. 24, 1986, SBD
WALL OF VOODOO - BIG CLUB, TORINO, ITALY, MARCH 24TH 1986, soundboard from master. Sorry no set list, any hel would be great. Good soundboard with some light background noise, due to the bad tape. Master cassette (nack) > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 audio equalizer > amplifi ers > tascam audio cdrw750 > cd > computer > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac. Recorded, transfered, remastered & uploaded by 38f on Dime 2006.
Joe Walsh - Academy of Music, NYC, Feb. 1, 1975
Joe Walsh 2/1/75 Academy Of Music, NYC unknown low generation cassette --> tascam 302 cassette deck --> tascam da20mk II dat deck for digitizing at 44.1Khz --> egosyswaveterminal2496 DIO card --> cooledit2k (raised levels, balanced left/right, minor tweaking) -->WAV-->SHN Disc One - 41:30 1. Introduction 2. Meadows 3. Tend My Garden 4. The Bomber 5. Pavanne 6. Dreams 7. The Ashes, The Rain, And I 8. Welcome To The Club 9. Time Out Disc Two - 45:12 1. Rocky Mountain Way 2. Turn To Stone 3. Funk #49 4. Garden Gate 5. Midnight Man 6. Get Back (last song cut) Thank you Slipkid for this show and artwork! He wrote: this show is a major treat for fans of joe in the 70s (like me!)...it has a great setlist with 6 james gang songs and some classic joe from up to the SO WHAT album (i think this is the tour for SO WHAT), and pretty nice sound quality for an audience tape from the '70s the arrangements of the JG songs are slightly different from what i usually hear which makes this even more innaresting about the only negative thing i can say about this show is that he plays "GET BACK" by the beatles (which is a totally lame song IMO) instead of hitting us with his another of his own great songs, and also that my tape of this cuts off after the crowd has been screaming for another encore for like 5 minutes and joe comes back on and says "NOW WE'RE GONNA PLAY THE BLUES - IN G!!!"...then.....the end! (dammit) something that i found really funny was that joe does a short acoustic segment of GARDEN GATE and MIDNIGHT MAN, and right before he starts MIDNIGHT MAN somebody in the crowd yells "OUTTA SIGHT" real loud!!! so that pretty much dates this show from a bygone era, i mean how many shows have you been to lately where someone is yelling "OUTTA SIGHT"!!?!?!?! the de facto concert yell these dayz is usually "WOOO WHOOO!!!" so when i made the CDR artwork for this one i put "OUTTA SIGHT" on the front cover as an inside joke hey, i have a request of anybody that goes to some gang shows this year - if you feel like yelling, yell "OUTTA SIGHT", not "WOOO WHOOO"! maybe we can find you on tape later.
Cedar Walton - Nick's Jazzcafe, Laren, Feb. 1, 1979, FM
Cedar Walton Quartet 1979-February-01 Laren, Nick's Jazzcafe, 1979 Bob Berg,ts Cedar Walton,p Tony Dumas,b Billy Higgins,dr 1 Announcement Speaker 0:42 2 Off Minor 11:04 3 Title 5:26 4 Back To Bolonia (CW,comp) / Ansage Announcement 11:36 5 Sunday Suite (CW,comp) / Announcement Speaker 21:50 6 Naima (fade-out) 8:17 Total Time: 58:58 Lineage: fm > cd on trade > flac > dime Sound Rating: A-/B+
Cedar Walton - Graz, Austria, Jul. 22, 1999, SBD
Cedar Walton Trio July 22, 1999 Graz, Austria RB/SBD? -> ? -> CDR -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC Cedar Walton (p) David Williams (b) Alvin Queen (d) First Set 1. Cedar's Blues - 7:59 2. Lament - 9:32 3. My Ship - 12:14 4. Little Sunflower - 12:18 5. Medley: Lush Life/Day Dream/Raincheck - 14:22 Second Set 1. Bolivia - 8:03 2. A Child Is Born - 10:45 3. unknown title - 6:29 4. Body & Soul - 7:34 5. Seven Minds - 10:47 6. Firm Roots - 10:50 Total time 1:50:57
War - Rehearsals and Jams, 1978-1979, Vol. 1
WAR: Rehearsals & Jams 1978 - 1979 VOLUME ONE of TWO Presumably Recorded In Los Angeles Master Cassettes > Fostex X4 > Phillips (I forget the model number of the stand-alone burn er) CD-R > FLAC Air recording First Seeded to Lossless Legs (shnflac.net) 1/07 1. Hurricane* Sept. 30, 1978 2. Good, Good Feeling* Feb. 6, 1979 3. // Youngblood Oct. 2, 1978 4. Why Can't We Be Friends? March 3, 1979 5:30 A.M. 5. Corns And Callouses (Dr. Scholls)* Feb. 6, 1979 6. Sun Gonna Shine* March 3, 1979 5:30 A.M. 7. Never Gonna Give It Up* March 3, 1979 5:30 A.M. 8. Instrumental Jam 1 March 3, 1979 5:30 A.M. 9. Working* March 3, 1979 5:30 A.M. All Titles Marked With An Asterik (*) Are UNKNOWN To Me And are Simply Named For Identific ation. The Backstory: Back around 1994, a very good friend of mine was driving around San Pedro California and h appened upon a garage sale being held by a former member of the band WAR. In flipping thro ugh a box of cassettes, he came across four TDKs marked simply 'Rehearsals And Jams' along with the dates (and sometimes time of day) of recording. My pal knowing I was a fan of WA R swooped them up for me. On recieving them, I was astounded by what I was hearing. There was a LOT of blank space, dead air, chit-chat and tuning. There were also a bunch of previously unheard originals by the band, as well as some serious jamming, some of which positively scalped me (Jam 1 on Volume 2). When I bought my first CD-R burner (figure 1998), the first project I went for were these tapes. After listening to the entire batch, I transferred just the music and came up with around 2 hours worth of really fine stuff. Now I am happy to share them with you. I detest bootleggers that make up song titles, yet here though I am no bootlegger, I am ma king up a lot of song titles. Sorry, any set-list help will be appreciated. In transferring the music, I simply popped the cassettes into my Fostex 'porta-studio' and ran them dry. No EQ work has been done, and absolutly no NR was used. I started each trac k where I could hear the first recognizable pattern of a rhythm, song, or jam emerge even if the band were talking over the beginning. A couple of tracks are cut at the head, this is when their recorder was actually being swi tched on. In terms of quality, These are NOT a board or pro recording. They sound as though they wer e recorded with very good mics placed as close to whatever they used for a vocal PA as pos sible. The stereo seperation is wide and deep, all due to mic placement. Again, I have not altered the sound of the cassettes in any way. There is some distortion as the vocals peak, and I do wish their was more instrumentation up front, but overall this is a very nice recording. Enjoy the tunes, folks!
Muddy Waters - Monthey, Switzerland, Apr. 11, 1976, SBD
Muddy Waters & The Chicago Blues Band Monthey, Switzerland Date: April 11, 1976 Source: Soundboard Sound: Great! Disc 1 (63:58) 01. Intro/After Hours 02. Floyd`s Guitar Blues/Blue Lights 03. Boogie Thing 04. Chicken Shack 05. Going Down Slow 07. Hoochie Coochie Man 09. Everything`s Gonna Be Alright 10. Theme 11. Dust My Broom (vocal by Calvin) 12. You Left Me With A Broken Heart (vocal by Calvin) Disc 2 (62:30) 01. Nothing But Soul (vocal by Luther) 02. I Got A Mind To Travel (vocal by Luther) 03. After Hours/Band Introduction 04. Stormy Monday Blues 05. Walking Blues 06. Rollin` And Tumblin` 07. I Got My Mojo Working 08. Take A Little Walk With Me (vocal by Pinetop) 09. For You My Love (vocal by Pinetop) Muddy Waters - guitar, vocals Luther "Guitar" Johnson - guitar, vocals Pinetop Perkins - piano, vocals Bob Margolin - guitar Jerry Portnoy - harmonica Calvin Jones - bass, vocals Willie Smith - drums
Muddy Waters - Maison de Radio FM, Blues & Jazz Fest, Paris, Nov, 7, 1976, SBD
Muddy Waters - Maison De Radio FM, Blues & Jazz Festival, Paris, France, November 7t h 1976, SBD. Disc One : 1. French DJ > Band Intro > 2. Give Me A Personal Paper 3. Key To The Highway > 4. They Call Me Muddy Waters 5. That Same Thing 6. My Baby 7. Honey Bee 8. Walkin Blues 9. Rollin And Tumblin Disc Two : 1. Outro Tune 2. French Dj 3. Nothing But Soul > (performed by LUTHER 'Guitar Jr.' JOHNSON band) 4. How Blue Can You Get (performed by LUTHER 'Guitar Jr.' JOHNSON band) 5. Muddy intro > Five Long Years 6. I Live The Life I Love 7. Dont Go No Farther 8. St. Louis Blues 9. Outro Tune (small glitch between tracks 9 & 10 transition) Encores : 10. Got My Mojo Working 11. Got My Mojo Working (reprise) 12. Outro Tune > French Dj Line Up : MUDDY WATERS, guitar & vocals PINETOP PERKINS, piano JERRY PORTNOY, harmonica LUTHER 'Guitar Jr.' JOHNSON, guitar BOB MARGOLIN, guitar CALVIN JONES, bass WILLIE Big Eyes SMITH, drums Superb quality FM Broadcast. Really rare show. 1st generation cassette > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 audio equalizer > tasca m audio cdrw750 > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.
Muddy Waters & Johnny Winter - Philadelphia, Mar. 16, 1977
Disk 1 Hideaway Cotton Jam Last Night See See Baby Rocket 88 How Long? Slow Blues I Done Got Over Crosscut Saw Talk To Your Daughter Band intro Disk 2 Muddy intro/Hoochie Coochie Man Blow Wind Blow Walkin' Thru The Park Deep Down In Florida Blues Had A Baby I Can't Be Satisfied Trouble No More Howlin' Wolf Mannish boy Got my Mojo Working OH Baby
Dale Watson and His Lonestars - Fitzgeralds American Music Festival, Berwyn, IL, Jul. 3, 2006, SBD
DALE WATSON FITZGERALDS AMERICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL BERWYN, ILL 07-03-06 SOURCE:SBD>JB3>USB>FLAC>BT SETLIST: HELP!!
Dale Watson and His Lonestars - Gruene Hall, Gruene, TX, Jul. 29, 2006
DALE WATSON & HIS LONESTARS Gruene Hall Gruene, Texas July 29, 2006 Audio Source: CMC-8>NJB3 Taper: Dave Prewitt Conversion: NJB3>COOLEDIT (normalize to 100%)>CDWAV>FLAC ***************************************************************************** *PRESERVE THE QUALITY! This recording is being distributed in the lossless * *flac format to maintain its original fidelity. Feel free to convert to * *mp3, aac, wma or whatever format you prefer for personal use but please * * do not redistribute in non-lossless formats. Thank you! * ***************************************************************************** 01) Whiskey Or God 02) That's What I Like About Texas 03) Thank God For That Little Bitty Truck Stop In La Grange 04) Honky Tonkers Don't Cry 05) Silver Wings 06) Pretty Girls 07) Sit N Drink N Cry 08) Exit 109 09) 39 & Holding 10) Hey Driver 11) Frauline 12) Birthdays 13) I Drink To Remember, You Drink To Forget 14) Cheatin' Heart Attack 15) Crazy Again 16) I Don't Rock No Cradle But My Baby's 17) Heeah! 18) Ain't Been Right Since I Been Left 19) Fox On The Run 20) Misery and Gin 21) Ring Of Fire 22) Tequila And Teardrops 23) Wine Don't Lie 24) South Of Round Rock Texas 25) England To Texas 26) Way Down Texas Way 27) Sweet Jessie Brown 28) Long, Lojng Time 29) Best Part Of Me 30) Dreamland 31) No Help Wanted 32) Honkiest Tonkiest Beerjoint In Town/Nashville Rash 33) Wine, Wine, Wine 34) One More Once More
WDR Big Band
WDR Big Band Horns & Percussion, Philharmonie, Koln, Germany, May 8, 2004, FM (2 discs)
Weather Report - Warfield Theater, SF, CA, Apr. 14, 1973
"An Evening With Weather Report" April 14, 1983 Warfield Theater, San Francisco AUD Recording Joe Zawinul Wayne Shorter Omar Hakim Victor Bailey Jose Rossy Brought to you from the archives at www.jazzrockworld.com This is the raw recording (First Generation Cassette Tape) I made during the perfo rmance. I'll leave it to better engineers than I, to do any editing or upgrading. M y apologies for not editing the show for immediate Cdr burning, however, my Cassett e to Hard Drive skills are extremely limited. Hopefully someone can take this raw m aterial and create a significant upgrade. If anwyone is interested in the original WAV files, let me know and we'll work something out. Lineage: Sony WA-11 Cassette-Corder (with ext. Radio Shack Microphone)> Sony LNX 90 (normal bias) cassette tape> Sony TC-K81 3-Head Stereo Cassette Deck>Carvin Studio Mate SM1 62> Creative Labs Audigy Z2 Platinum Pro Breakout Box> Nero (7) Wave Editor "Record What You Hear" >PCM .WAV> FLAC Frontend version 1.7.1 Etree edition (level 6)>You Concert Notes: This version of Weather Report w/Hakim and Bailey doesn't usually get the credit th ey deserve. I taped the 1982 "first performance" (in the SF Bay Area) of this band and the difference is staggering. I was going to post the 82 show, but there's no c omparison - they really got it all together for this performance. Also, for those that don't remember this particular show, the group had a "warm up" gig the night before in San Jose at a Country Western bar called The Saddlerack. I t sucked. The Saddlerack tried booking many Jazz Rock bands in those days and nothi ng helped - they went out of business. Nothing lost... Enjoy this show!!! We No Speak
Weather Report - Westport, CT, Feb. 27, 1974, SBD
Weather Report Westport, CT 1974-02-27 (sometimes given as 1974-02-28) Soundboard Quality A/A- (slight hiss/gen. loss) Wayne Shorter Saxes Joe Zawinul Keyboards Alphonso Johnson Bass Dom um Romao Percussion Ishmael Wilburn Drums This is a great sounding show, its so heavily improvised that the tune identification is often difficult. The first time this was seeded there was some good input. Once again, I can't id track 2. SBD -> cassette (~3rd gen) -> nak DR-1 -> audiophile 2496 -> soundforge -> cdr -> e ac -> flac 1 Blackthorn Rose? 10:33 2 ? 10:54 3 Medley: Orange Lady/Dr. Honoris Causa 23:40 4 Boogie Woogie Waltz 24:03 TT 69:10
Weather Report - Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA, Sep. 22, 1974
It's great to see so many Weather Report fans here on dime. I've snatched a few myself so now it's my turn to share some of my WR collection. Starting with this show I will be putting some WR shows out there that I recorded myself way back when that have never been...or almost never...traded with anyone so these are rare shows for the WR fan. Look for more in the coming weeks including a great Zawinul solo show from the "Dialects" period. This show is from 1974 and has only been traded once before and is a bit different due to the presence of two drummers. Check out the heavy backbeat of both on Nubian Sundance and Boogie Woogie Waltz. The digi-spikes heard occasionally are actually Zawinul's speakers breaking up. The left channel is a bit weaker than the right but overall very enjoyable. Z in a very funky mood!! Here's the details: Acadamy of Music, Phila. Pa. - Sept. 22, 1974 Josef Zawinul - Keys/ Wayne Shorter- Tenor and Soprano Saxophones/Alfonso Johnson - Bass/Dom um Romao - Pecussion Ishmael Wilburn & Daryl Brown - Drums Disc One 1.1 Nubian Sundance 1.2 Percusion solo Bass solo American Tango 1.3 Percussion 125th St. Congress 1.4 Percussion 1.5 Acoustic Piano solo / In A Silent Way 1.6 Dr. Honorus Causa 1.7 125th St. Congress ? Disc 2 2.1 Boogie Woogie Waltz 2.2 Boogie Woogie Waltz encore Bonus tracks: same personnel minus Daryl Brown Irvine Auditorim on the University of Penn campus (this is all I have from this show) 2.3 Early Minor 2.4 Boogie Woogie Waltz Sony Stereo cassette deck/ Phillips cdr recorder/ FLAC
Weather Report - "Solerizations," Dec. 8, 1974, SBD
Weather Report - "Solerizations" Recorded December 08, 1974 City / Venue Unknown SBD Recording Source: $$$>silver cd>EAC>FLAC (via Trader's Little Helper") Posted to"Dime A Dozen" 04-23-2006 (DK) 01 Mysterious Traveler <13:07> 02 Nubian Sundance <11:57> 03 American Tango <13:00> 04 Black Torn Rose <16:34> Weather Report: Josef Zawinul - Keyboards Wayne Shorter - Saxophone Dom Um Roman - Percussion Alphonso Johnson - Bass Chester Thompson - Drums
Jim Weider's Project Percolator - Godfrey Daniels, Bethlehem, PA, Jan. 7, 2006
Jim weider's ProJECT PERCoLAToR Godfrey Daniels Bethlehem, PA 1/7/06 Schoeps CMC6 MK 4V > Lunatec V > Sony D7 > Tascam Cd-RW 700 > CDR > Nero > Wav > Fl ac disc one Intro The Maze New day Troll Come Dancing * Sliding Home ** Flight Rain Daze disc two Man Cry Caveman Smooth Move Air Blower * The Weight *** Bigfoot Prayer Twister * Jeff Beck cover ** Chuck Berry cover *** Band cover Jim Weider - guitar Jesse Gress - guitar Randy Ciarlante - Drums Daniel Grimsland - bass HTTP://WWW.VOXAMPS.CO.UK/ARTIST/ARTIST.ASP?ARTICLEID=40" -- Master of the Telecasterand the Tonelab! By Kenny Kuehn Jim Weider is a master of the Telecaster and the VOX Tonelab, which in fact came in very handy on his latest release, Percolator. The Tonelab can be heard all over the album coupled with his 52 and 53 Telecasters, 60 Guild Starfire, 71 Marshall, Fender Blackface deluxe reverb and tube Echoplex. Taking the stock sounds and customizing them to his liking, Jim mainly used the Tonelab for effects purposes, plugging in directly to record. I really like timing my echoes with the Tonelab, said Jim. Being able to use tap tempo on everything on the tremolo, on the echoesits just fantastic! You can get some really cool atmospheric tones as well. Percolator is Jims most recent recording, and it was produced primarily in his home studio in Woodstock, New York. All the guitar work was done in my studio where I recorded and engineered it, Jim commented. I wrote the songs to loops either I made one up or sampled it. I pretty much did all the work here, crankin amps and using the Tonelab! An instrumental record, Percolator features John Medeski on keyboards, Tony Levin on bass, and Rodney Holmes on drums. This all-star lineup created an album that combines rock, jazz, and blues, with Jim leading the way with his ultra clean, and often fast, technique and touch. Live, the Jim Weider Band consists of Randy Ciarlante (drums), Jesse Gress (guitar) and Daniel Grimsland (bass). Jim Weider earned great praise as lead guitar player for Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inductees, The Band, from 1985 to 1999. Since then he has released three solo albums and has performed, produced, and recorded with such artists as Mavis Staples, Kim Wilson, Tom Pacheco and Los Lobos. In fact, Jim handled guitar duties on five tracks for Mavis Staples record, Have A Little Faith. He also wrote her hit title track from that album, which won the award for Best Blues Song of the Year at the 2005 W.C. Handy Awards. The Jim Weider Band is currently on tour throughout the northeast in support of the Percolator album. So go check them out, as they are one act not to be missed. For more information and tour dates visit: www.jimweider.com
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings - Collection 1997-1998
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings KCRW Studios (tracks 1 > 9) Morning Becomes Eclectic Santa Monica.Ca source : fm taper : markp Rhino Records (tracks 10 > 16) Westwood,Ca August 4, 1998 source: At853 > AT8505 > Sony tcd-d3 taper : markp Sessions At w 54th (tracks 17 > 24) New York, NY 1997 source: tv taper: markp sorry no setlists
Susan Werner - Circle of Friends, Franklin, MA, Nov. 9, 2002
Susan Werner November 9, 2002 Circle of Friends Franklin, MA Seat: front row center Source: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-2 > MZ-R50 (line in, SP) Transfer: MDS-JE530 > Delta Dio 2496 (optical) > Cool Edit Pro > CD Wave > mkwACT > SHN Disc 1: 01. Time Between Trains 02. Shade of Grey 03. banter 04. Yellow House 05. St. Mary's of Regrets 06. Some Other Town 07. banter 08. Misery and Happiness intro 09. Misery and Happiness 10. Barbed Wire Boys 11. Mies van der Rohe intro 12. Mies van der Rohe 13. Big Car 14. Love is a Three-quarter Moon intro 15. Love is a Three-quarter Moon Disc 2: 01. intro 02. I'd Be Good For You 03. Maybe If I Sang Cole Porter 04. banter 05. No One Needs To Know 06. Light Sleeper 07. Let's Regret This In Advance intro 08. Let's Regret This In Advance 09. banter 10. Much At All 11. banter 12. I Can't Be New 13. Waiting In Vain (Bob Marley) (w/Trois Gymnopedies interspersed) 14. May I Suggest
Paul Westerberg - Fantasy Studios, KFOG-FM, Berkeley, CA, Sep. 12, 1996, SBD
PAUL WESTERBERG Fantasy Studios, KFOG-FM, Berkely, CA, Sept. 12, 1996 [SBD]! 01. Waiting For Somebody 02. Valentine 03. Once Around The Weekend 04. These Were The Days 05. I Will Dare 06. Ain't Got Me 07. Achin' to Be 08. John, I'm Only Dancin' 09. Mammadaddydid 10. Black Eyed Susan 11. Merry Go Round 12. Angels Walk 13. Love Untold 14. Left Of The Dial If you're a fan of the Replacements you really have to have this!! Really fantastic sound & performance!!! CD> WAV> FLAC  Converted & uploaded by newyorkdoll!
Chris Whitley - Tin Angel, Philadelphia, PA, May 21, 1995, SBD
CHRIS WHITLEY May 21, 1995 Philadelphia, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The Tin Angel ~"TIN ANGEL TAPES, vol. 5"~ Taper: sound tech for Chris Whitley/Tin Angel Transfer: New and Benzster Soundboard line out > Sony PCM-M1 > Coresound 7-pin S/PDIF > M-Audio 2496 Audiophile > Steinberg WaveLab > CDWave > FLAC -Raw, unedited transfer direct from my 48kHz DAT master. -Downsampled to 44.1kHz using highest quality settings in WaveLab. -No attempt has been made to "remaster". Please do not alter. 64:22 *Disc 1* 01) 03:13 canned intro music 02) 00:36 Chris speaks 03) 02:41 Dirt Floor 04) 04:14 Long Way Around 05) 03:56 Power Down 06) 05:09 Clear Blue Sky 07) 03:25 Accordingly 08) 03:18 Can't Get Off 09) 04:03 Narcotic Prayer 10) 03:05 New Machine 11) 03:13 Wild Country 12) 02:56 Border Town 13) 02:44 God Thing 14) 04:09 Phone Call From Leavenworth 15) 03:52 Living With the Law 16) 03:43 Home Is Where You Get Across 17) 02:18 From One Island to Another 18) 02:34 Firefighter 19) 02:09 Big Sky Country 20) 02:50 Gasket NOTES: Chris played a second night at The Tin Angel, and we got to the show early enough to request a line out from the soundboard - I just handed over the deck and the sound tech did the rest. He also suggested that we go introduce ourselves to Chris who was sitting in a doorway across the street reading a book. We chatted a bit about the usual stuff, the road, writing, and a Les Paul guitar he had just purchased. He was very accomodating, especially for a man who was about to play his 299th and last show on his current tour as he would announce on stage. The concert is somewhat abbreviated due to another act playing a late show at The Tin Angel that night. You will hear the amplified stomp board Chris uses to keep time much more distinctly than the previous night's tape. PLEASE: http://chriswhitley.com Visit Chris's site for tourdates, he is constantly on the road
Chris Whitley - 400 Bar, Minneapolis, MN, May 13, 2003, SBD
Chris Whitley 400 Bar Minneapolis MN 13-5-03 Soundboard recording SB 9 79 min 01. New Lost World 02. To Joy 03. Crystal Ship 04. Breaking Your Fall 05. Hotel Vast Horizon 06. Blues For Andre 07. Velocity Girl 08. Immortal Blues 09. Rocket House 10. Shadowland 11. Serve You 12. I Forget You Every Day 13. Vertical Desert 14. Insurrection At Newtown 15. Big Sky Country 16. New Machine 17. Living With The Law
Who - The 1969 Soundboard Tapes, Vol 1 - Restored and Remastered
The Who - The 1969 Soundboard Tapes Vol. 1 - Restored & Remastered - EX SDB's - With Mp3 for comparison - A MUST FOR WHO FANS. ***CORRECTED VERSION*** Please read... [Mod note: listening to the two mystery tracks ascertained that they are none of the officially available versions, and the torrent can thus run.] **Corrected version.** I have seeded this 5 days ago on dime. But I discovered a main error yesterday while listening. The version I seeded was not the masterwave I intended to be spread. I flacified a rejected -badly labelled- masterwave with too much aggressive hi-end. This one sounds much 'warmer' and has more depth. While I had the chance, I also improved two little things compared to the old one. This version has 'Fortune Teller' added to the Georgetown portion (see text info) and The missing opening chord of Overture (borrowed from another recording) to make that song complete. I do appreciate the nice comments I got for the old version. And I'm sorry for wasting your time, if you already downloaded this. But please consider re-downloading, the improvement -I think- is significant. Sincerely, P.S. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------------------- The Who - The 1969 Soundboard Tapes Vol. 1 - Restored & Remastered 01. Heaven and Hell 02. Can't Explain 03. Fortune Teller 04. Summertime Blues 05. Shakin' All Over 06. My Generation 07. Overture 08. It's a Boy 09. 1921 10. Amazing Journey 11. Sparks (some tape flaws) 12. Young Man Blues Time: 49m32s Tr. 1-6: McDonough Gymnasium, Georgetown University, Washington D.C. - 2 November 1969 Tr. 7-11: State University of New York, Long Island (Stonybrook), NY - 18 October 1969 Tr. 12: Venue/date unknown However, this is certainly not any of the officially available versions: Leeds University, London Coliseum 14 Dec 1969 or Isle of Wight 1970. Line up: Roger Daltrey: Vocals, Harp Pete Townshend: Vocals, Gibson SG John Entwistle: Vocals, Bass Keith Moon: The Loon Sources: Multitrack Soundboard Recordings -> (Rough) Mixdown -> R2R -> ? -> Silver Pressed Bootlegs -> EAC -> Wavemerge 2.1 -> Adobe Audition 1.5 (Speed Correcting, Editing, Manual Level Correction, Channel Swopping) -> Cubase SX3.0 (using Waves linMB/L2, UAD Pultec/EX-1) -> CdWave -> FLAC (L6) -> You Used Bootleg sources: 1969: Wintertime Trip & Pure Rock Theatre. Restored, Edited & Mastered by Prof. Stoned Invaluable help provided by the creator of this website: C. G Whitman. A true Who Fan, who did all the possible research. http://www.geocities.com/cgwhitman2/who/who.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------- Prof Stoned says: Here's another WHO project. This time I have attempted to restore some of the many SDB tapes from the North American fall tour of 1969 that are floating around. The problem with all these recordings is that they are not properly labelled, and in some cases it is impossible to say from which date the recording originates. Personally, I believe these are all rough mixes, made from the multitracks. These shows were recorded for a live album, but the tapes were rejected. It is claimed that Pete 'burned all of the tapes". If this is true, I assume he burned the multitrack tapes, and not the mixdown tapes of which you can hear some here. There are both reasons whether this could or could not have happened. One reason why it could be true, is that nothing of these recordings have been officially issued in any form so far. But apparantly in 1982, the forthcoming live album "Who's Last" was considered to be a mix of recently recorded live material paired with live material from 1969, which would have to be from the fall tour. Sadly, this plan never materialised, and all we can do for now is hope that some of this material will find its way on an official release, one day. The recordings here are sourced from two bootlegs: 1969: Wintertime Trip (a.k.a. Cops & Robbers & Higher Education) & Pure Rock Theatre. Many of you already got these. But there's a world of difference in what you'll hear on those CD's compared to what's on this new version. How these tapes leaked from the Who Archive is a mystery, but one can guess that this material was actually stolen by some employee or 'friend'. *** About the 1969: Winter Time Trip & Pure Rock Theatre Bootlegs --- 1969: Winter Time Trip This one claims to have been compiled from two dates (plus a lost Pete solo recording from a later date): The first 13 tracks would be from Georgetown University 1969/11/02 while the next 5 tracks would from Hull, 1970/02/15. If only it were that simple. But it is not... The 13 Georgetown University Tracks are a mixture of three sources: 1) The Tommy Part is from the well-known Fillmore East, NYC 1969/10/22 recording. 2) 'Tattoo' & 'Fortune Teller' are from Capitol Theater, Ottawa 1969/10/15. (I will cover this show in Part 2 of this series) 3) And that what remains is actually from Georgetown University 1969/11/02 and presented here as Tr. 1-5. The 5 Hull Tracks are also a mixture of three (or four) sources: 1) 'Heaven and Hell' and 'Can't Explain' are the same tracks from Georgetown 1969/11/02, in a slightly cleaner quality. After extensive comparing and listening, I have become convinced that "Fortune Teller" is from the same concert, as the overall sound and the panarama of the mix are so identical to above two tracks, that -to me- it's virtually impossible that this is from another show . 2) Tattoo' is the same version from Capitol Theater, Ottawa 1969/10/15 and so, the third track that was included twice. 3) 'Young Man Blues' is not identified but is almost certainly recorded sometime during the October-November 1969 North American tour as well. In other words, this recording has been mislabelled. Jon Astley, the producer of all the Who re-issues was reported saying that the bass guitar was accidently not recorded on the multitracks of the hull '70 show, which is one reason why it is unlikely that the last two tracks are from this date. This bootleg has a gigantic speed problem, on which i will come back later. --- Pure Rock Theatre This one is even more complicated. The sleeve gives no credits, but this collection is taken from various dates (if not more). 1) The majority comes from Capitol Theater, Ottawa, 1969/10/15 2) Three tracks are from Leeds University, England, 1970/02/14 (The well-known Live at Leeds concert) 3) The five Tracks that can be found on this compilation from State University of New York, Long Island 1969/10/18 4) One track from Theatre des Champs Elysees, Paris 1970/01/16 The sound quality on this bootleg is quite clean on most of the tracks, which implies that they come from low generation tape sources, though it's has some Noise reduction. *** About The Restoration --- Georgetown University, 1969/11/02 After studying this material for a while, I decided to make my own corrected versions of these two boots. Thus, I assembled the five tracks version of this show together in the correct order. I corrected the speed with -1.03 semitones, which is quite a difference, after comparing them very precisely to generated E (660 Hz) and G (792 Hz) tones. Except 'Fortune Teller", which came from the misslabelled "Hull" portion got a SC of -0.43. I swopped the channels, so that Pete's guitar was on the right. Then, I painstakingly compared the two different sources of the first two tracks. In the end, I became convinced that the so-called "Hull" versions originate from a lower generation tape source, and so I used those. I corrected the speed of these two tracks too (I forgot the exact level of semitones already...), with the same precision. These version ran significantly slower, and therefore demanded a less drastical speed change. Because the 'Hull' versions were faded out/in, I used the rejected versions to reconstruct the missing seconds before and after "Heaven and Hell". Then, I amplified the right channel everything after "fortune teller" considerately to get the bass guitar a bit less loud in the mix --- State University of New York, Long Island 1969/10/18 This one was a lot easier to do. Unlike any other source found on the two aforementioned bootlegs, the speed was actually precisely correct on these tracks. Channels were already in the correct order as well. The (very important) opening chord of Overture was missing. I found this so annoying that I decided to borrow the opening chord of Overture from the 1969/10/22 recording and edit it seamlessly to this recording. I think it works quite well. A lot better than without. This source has about ten seconds of the beginning of "Eyesight to the blind" before you hear the Reel-to-Reel machine being turned off. A very dramatic moment, that I didn't wanna omit. --- The mystery track from "1969: Winter Time Trip" I added this track too (Tr. 12). I gave it a slight speed correction of -0.05 semitones. Unlike everything else on this comp, YMB is in mono, and of a little lesser sonic quality. *** About The Mastering I attempted to get a 'natural' sounding remaster. Not the kind that makes your ears bleed, nor that kind that sounds heavily processed. I didn't use Noise Reduction for this recording. Hate it. But unfortunately some severe NR was used in the original mastering of both "Pure Rock Theatre" & "Winter Time Trip". So if you hear it, that's where it comes from... I gave the whole thing a treatment with multiband compression. Because of the rough nature of the mixes, this made the vocals and bass guitar sound a lot more coherent in the mix. I used seven (!) different mastering settings for the whole compilation, to make the overall sound as good and similair as possible. I also did some very slightly EQ-ing with the Pultec & the EX-1. Then I used the L2 for some more volume, but very carefully. No macho mastering. A frequency analyses proved this to be lossless. Enjoy Y'all !! ps: Here are my other WHO torrents: http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=73688 http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=101865 pps: I like getting comments, y'know.
Who - The Complete Amsterdam 1969 Remastered
The greatest Rock'n'roll band in the world of all times in their absolute prime !! The audio has been carefully remastered with great dedication. It has never sounded this good before. Enjoy, Prof. Stoned ------------------------------------------- The Who - The Complete Amsterdam 1969 Remastered Venue: Het Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Netherlands Date: September 29, 1969 Disc 1 1) "House announcement" 2) Heaven And Hell 3) I Can't Explain 4) Fortune Teller 5) Tattoo 6) Young Man Blues 7) A Quick One, While He's Away 8) Substitute 9) Happy Jack 10) I'm A Boy 11) Overture 12) It's A Boy 13) 1921 14) Amazing Journey 15) Sparks 16) Eyesight To The Blind (The Hawker) Disc 2 1) Christmas 2) The Acid Queen 3) Pinball Wizard 4) Do You Think It's Alright? 5) Fiddle About 6) Tommy Can You Hear Me? 7) There's A Doctor 8) Go To The Mirror 9) Smash The Mirror 10) Miracle Cure 11) Sally Simpson 12) I'm Free 13) Tommy's Holiday Camp 14) We're Not Gonna Take It 15) Summertime Blues 16) Shakin' All Over 17) My Generation Total time: 2h00m00s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: 2-track soundboard mix for recording > Master Reel-to-Reel > Reel-to-Reel (1) > CDR (1) > SHN (for vine) (0) > Wave (0) > CDR (0) > EAC > Remastering (see below) > CDwave > SHN > BT (NB; Although not pure, my CDR source comes directly from the first seeder of the 2001 SHN vine mentioned below. It'll be pretty hard to find a higher generation than thi s. Read the quote below for more info about the source.) Presumably recorded by VPRO Mastered by Prof. Stoned @ the Soundhouse, 9-10 Dec 2005 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------- About the recording: This recording was made by a dutch radio/tv broadcast. It's not 100% certain who did it, but it was probably done by the VPRO who also did the Pink floyd recording the same year at the same venue. And just like that Pink floyd recording, this one was also bootlegged a million times from various very good to very poor sources. Alll of these sources were originated from radio broadcast(s). Back then, and today still, het concertgebouw was not a place for rockbands but for opera's and other classic music. Mixed directly to 2-tracks, this may been one of the reasons why the mixing engineer had a hard time finding the right balance. The mix changes oftenly, and sometimes the drums or the guitar just disappear or get buried for a while. It also must have been hard for the band to hear each other, because of the extremely reverbrating acoustics. Remember, this was 1969 and sound monitoring on stage was still a thing for the future. When comparing this one to other Who shows from this period, this one probably isn't the best. Roger Daltrey has once said that he didn't think he sang very good this night. And playing the Tommy album on stage was obviously not a routine for the band yet. But, there is more than enough to enjoy here. It is the only complete soundboard recording from this year. It is also the only one with complete line age and it has the best sound. Beside that, all other who '69 board tapes are far from complete and don't have most of Tommy. Somewhere around 2000, a Pre-FM source of this show was unearthed. Funny enough, the same thing happended w/ the above mentioned Pink floyd recording, but that's another story. They may have come from the same person though. Read the quote below: "My source in Amsterdam worked on a Who anniversary special, for the same radio station that broadcast the show in 1969. He suggested that the DJ use some of this show, so a technician produced the original masters. He took the chance to make a copy on their professional reel-to-reel equipment. Our cdr was transferred off his 1st generation reels. Although this show's been booted repeatedly, this is the REAL source. It sounds amazing, like it was taped off the radio yesterday, perfect except for a little tape hiss in the very quiet bits. My source was upset that this show was recently booted from a copy of his tapes. Even though it contains the complete song list, he removed key bits of dialogue from every copy he made and was able to find the source of boot. His "revenge" was to offer the COMPLETE show to anyone who wanted it and encouraged someone to do a tape tree to discourage money from being spent on the bootleg. According to him, the recent boot "Amsterdam Journey" on the Hiwatt label is the one taken off his copy." (For the record: the source used here is the one with the dialogue.) When this new version came out, it proved to be a dramatical improvement on every source available before. And it also made the very hard to find version of 'A quick one' available for the first time in good audio quality. Listening to the mix, it sounds like the engineer was working with with the following channels: 1) Bass Drum 2) Drum Overhead 3) Bass Guitar 4) Guitar 5) Vocal Roger 6) Vocal Pete 7) Vocal John 8) Left Room Ambiance (audience) 9) Right Room Ambiance (audience) The last channel was faded up (& down) every time the moment seemed right. Having it faded up in the mix all the time, probably affected the sound badly. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ About the mastering: I'm a great Who fanatic, especially of the 1965-1973 period. The sonics of this recording have been bothering me each time I listened to it. But I felt that the right mastering treatment could make a world of difference. I'm aware that for some bootleg collectors a recording such as this one is a holy cow that should not be altered with. But then, most people do not have an idea what a proper mastering can do for a recording like this. I've been mastering board tapes, studio/live albums and radio broadcasts for years. I'm not making a full living out of it, but it is a part of my profession. I have treated this recording with multiband compression and limiting plus some very minor adjustments with a digital pultec eq. Only three tools, but these are tools that can either make or break the sound. Especially the former two are often misused (or rather said overused) in the world of modern mastering by engineers of great fame. The newly discovered source still suffered from a sometimes very shrieky high-end, and a lack of deep bass tones (a.k.a. sub-low). I adjusted the low-end to make the bass guitar sound like a bass guitar. Then I worked especially on the sound of vocals and cymbals. Most of the time the vocals are a bit too loud in the mix, as they were probably not compressed or limited. I attempted to bring them back in the mix as closely as possible, without harming the sound whenever the vocals were not present. I seperated the complete recording in four pieces and gave them the treatment they each needed. I did not use any noise reduction on this recording despite it being hissy. This is another tool that should be used vey carefully, if at all. To quote a well known audiophile mastering engineer: "Hiss is everywhere. It's part of our lives. Without hiss we would all go insane" The recording has got pops, crackles, distortion & the ocassional technical difficulties. 'Overture' is an obvious example of this. There are many flaws in the orginal recording, and these were also heard in the post-fm sources. I did not attempt to remove or slighten any of these. Most of you should know what was on the label of the orginal Live at Leeds LP: "Crackling noises ok, do not correct". (NB: This was actually a note to the cutting engineers at the time.) I did some minor editing. The first seconds of "go to the mirror" were missing on the 'complete dialogue' and all earlier versions. Because the band plays the same chords for a couple of times, I was able to copy the missing bit from a few bars further and disguise the problem considerably. The 'complete dialogue' version has a bonus feature: 5 tracks & a KM interview from an unspecified source of a Dutch TV broadcast from 1973. In my opinion, the soundquality of those tracks is dreadful and only one track is not already included in the Amsterdam part. To me, it does not add anything to the mindblowing listening experience that the Amsterdam concert is. Therefore, I have scrapped the 1973 part on this remaster. Still there ? :-) Hope you enjoy this classic show in new improved soundquality. Prof. Stoned
Who - Summertime Mods, Forest National, Brussels, Belgium, Aug. 16, 1972
Source: Silver CD --> WAVE (xACT) --> FLAC 8 Label: Killing Floor KF 99028/29 Quality: VG- AUD (Stereo) DISC ONE 01 I Can't Explain 02 Shakin' All Over 03 My Wife 04 Summertime Blues 05 Baba O'Riley 06 Behind Blue Eyes 07 Bargain 08 Won't Get Fooled Again 09 Magic Bus DISC TWO 01 Relay 02 Pinball Wizard 03 See Me, Feel Me 04 My Generation 05 Sparks 06 Naked Eye 07 Long Live Rock artwork included. This is one of the better sounding audience recordings from 1972. Enjoy!
Who - Tales from the Who, King Biscuit Flower Hour, Dec. 4, 1973, FM
The Who - Tales From The Who (King Biscuit Flower Hour Remaster)12-4-1973 FLAC [FM] Venue: The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Tuesday, December 4, 1973 Source: Sound-board or possibly audience Comments: What a unique package - right from the first glance at the cover, one cannot help but t o be drawn to this CD. The cover bears a strong, if not identical, resemblance to the well-known legitimate series of ORIGINAL MASTER DISC recordings on LP. So, what is so unique about THIS CD when we already have at least 15 different packagings of the same show, you might ask? Although this CD contains no new songs from this show, there are so me unique features which make this a worth while acquisition. First off, the disc comes in a very nice laminate single sleeve cover that really looks like quality. The back cover is an (alleged - though probably authentic) shot of the back of the reel-to-reel tape box used by DIR Broadcasti ng Corp. The story behind the content: DIR Broadcasting Corp./ The King Biscuit Flower Hour prese nt a tribute to The Who. The interviews contained on this disc are "snippets" by Pete, Keith, and Roger (no JAE comments) about how the band met, the dynamics etc. The interviews appear to be in mono / Hi-Fi. but crystal clear. The interviews and broadcast of the 1973 Spectrum Quadrophenia show MAY be either from a 1978 or September 1979 FM radio KBFH broadcast. In comparison with / to all other versions of this 1973 Q uadrophenia show, with perhaps the exception of Philadelphia Freedom - Quadrophenia Tour 1973 (CD -R) (no lable information), this is probably THE best-sounding version to own. Recorded in "quadr ophonic and stereophonic sound", this is more clear and crisp than any of the others. There appea r to be comments during the show by Pete "If you don't come together shortly, you're going to be our straight man again, Pridden" referring to soundman Bobby Pridden (Pete's favorite "scapegoat" ) and the unnerving difficulties with out-of-sync tapes prior to Dr. Jimmy. The only MINOR thing to complain about is that some of the interviewers or band members comments are played slightly o ver in to the stage announcements. However, I think most folks appreciate the "authenticity" with which this CD takes a fresh look at a so often bootlegged show. Two thumbs up on this one mates. However, don't just take my word for it, judge for yourself. 01...Pete Townshend Interview 02...Keith Moon Interview 03...Can't Explain 04...Summertime Blues 05...My Generation 06...I Am The Sea 07...Real Me (sic The Real Me) 08...I'm One 09...Sea And Sand 10...Drowned 11...Bell Boy 12...Roger Daltrey Interview 13...Dr. Jimmy 14...Won't Get Fooled Again 15...Pinball Wizard 16...See Me, Feel Me ALL ABOVE INFO IS TAKEN FROM THE HYPERTEXT WHO: http://www.thewho.net/bootlegs/bootlegs/cds/tales fromthewho3.html APPROX TIME: 77mins40secs ARTWORK INCLUDED Possible lineage: MASTER SOURCE>FM>CD>CDR>FLAC
Who - Quadrophenia, San Jose Arena, CA, Oct. 20, 1996
THE WHO - QUADROPHENIA SUNDAY 10/20/1996 SAN JOSE, CA SAN JOSE ARENA Disc 1: I Am the Sea The Real Me Quadrophenia Cut My Hair The Punk Meets the Godfather I'm One The Dirty Jobs Helpless Dancer Is It In My Head I've Had Enough 5:15 Sea and Sand Drowned Bell Boy Disc 2: Doctor Jimmy The Rock Love, Rein O'er Me I Am the Face Won't Get Fooled Again Behind Blue Eyes Who Are You ARTWORK INCLUDED!
Widespread Panic - The Bobby Hurley Compilation 2005
2005 BobbyHurley Compilation Source: (fob) AKG 481 > Oade m248 > Oade mod-SBM-1 > Nomad JB3 @ 44.1 KHz (unless otherw ise noted) 01 Intro (04.22.05 Raleigh, NC) 02 Chilly Water (07.31.05 Philadelphia, PA) 03 Ride Me High > (04.23.05 Raleigh, NC) 04 Hatfield Jam > (04.23.05 Raleigh, NC) 05 Hatfield (04.23.05 Raleigh, NC) 06 Genesis (10.16.05 Savannah, GA)(OTS) 07 Blight > (07.30.05 Bristow, VA)(fob AKG 483) 08 Tie Your Shoes (07.30.05 Bristow, VA)(fob AKG 483) 09 Sleepy Monkey (10.18.05 Boca Raton, FL)(OTS AKG 482, split 15') 10 Low Spark of High Heeled Boys > (07.29.05 Charlotte, NC) 11 (I Walk On) Guilded Splinters > (07.29.05 Charlotte, NC) 12 Low Spark of High Heeled Boys (07.29.05 Charlotte, NC) 13 Pigeons > (08.06.05 Portsmouth, VA) 14 Second Skin (08.06.05 Portsmouth, VA) 15 Diner (10.16.05 Savannah, GA)(OTS) 16 Stop-Go > (05.07.05 Asheville, NC) 17 Dirty Business > (05.07.05 Asheville, NC) 18 Stop-Go (05.07.05 Asheville, NC) 19 Pleas > (08.05.05 Portsmouth, VA) 20 1 x 1 (08.05.05 Portsmouth, VA) 21 Travelin' Man > (08.06.05 Portsmouth, VA) 22 Vacation > (08.06.05 Portsmouth, VA) 23 Arleen (08.06.05 Portsmouth, VA) 24 Ain't No Use > (08.03.05 Pittsburgh, PA) 25 Rock (08.03.05 Pittsburgh, PA) 26 Fixin' to Die (07.31.05 Philadelphia, PA) 27 Mr. Soul (10.18.05 Boca Raton, FL)(OTS AKG 482, split 15') 28 Postcard (05.03.05 Kansas City, MO) Notes: All non-contiguous tracks crossfaded in WaveLab
Willard Grant Conspiracy
Willard Grant Conspiracy - ABC2, Glasgow, UK, May 6, 2006
The Willard Grant Conspiracy ABC2 Glasgow, UK 6th May 2006 73min 46sec 11 songs 18 tracks inc. chats/intros Info from: www.willardgrantconspiracy.com/ New album "Let it Roll" out now. Album minisite: www.letitroll.info/ Loose Records site with Robert Fisher interview and video: www.loosemusic.com/artists/willard_grant_conspiracy.php Support: Steve Wynn see: www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=95620 Aud->SP CMC-2As->SP-SPSB-6S(r/o:69KHz)->Creative Nero JB3(wav: 44.1KHz) Firewire->pc->WavlabLite(R channel+3Db)->Nero Wave Editor(compX2, volume balancing, volume boost, fades)->CDWave(split)->Flac sector 8, sector boundaries aligned. NB: Track 8 in the list of wav files was a mistake (under 2secs) The content (clapping) has been appended to track 7 using Wavlab, before converting t o flac. This means there is no track 8 in the flac listing, which ends on t.19 Once converted and burned to cd, the cd player will register consecutive tracks 1-18. Some cameraphone pics are included with the info. Recorded, converted and seeded by Evangeline. No selling; convert to MP3s only for your own use. Setlist and/or artwork help would be much appreciated.
Willard Grant Conspiracy - Sendesaal, Bremen, Aug. 4, 2006, FM
Willard Grant Conspiracy
Bremen, Sendesaal 8.4.2006 CD 1 The Ghost Of The Girl In The Well No Such Thing As Clean Crush Breach Skeleton The Trials Of Harrison Hayes Flying Low River In The Pines The Ostrich Song CD 2 Lady Of The Snowline From A Distant Shone Fare Thee Well Ballad Of John Parker How To Get To Heaven Let It Roll Dance With Me Drunkyard s Prayer Day Is Past And Gone Linage: FM - SpinDoctor - xACT
Hank Williams III
Hank Williams III - Alley Katz, Richmond, VA, Apr. 6, 2006
Hank III Alley Katz,Richmond,VA 4/6/06 cd # 1: Intro Straight To Hell Trashville Thrown Out Of Every Bar A Little Bit Of Smoke & A Whole Lotta Wine D Ray White^ I Don't Know Mississippi Mud Dick In Dixie, Cunt In Country Pills I Took Lowdown Longhaired Redneck If You Don't Like Hank Williams My Buckets Got A Hole In It Hoedown Cocaine Blues Crazed Country Rebel Devil Is My Friend Not Everbody Likes Us Outskirts Of Life Nighttime Ramblin Man cd # 2 Hellbilly Set: Don't Wanna Go Home Prayin For A Heart Attack Life Of Sin Go Fuck You White Trash Pt. 2 Hellbilly Assjack set: Gravel Pit Cocaine Trepanation Cutthroat Punch, Fight, Fuck Redneck Ride We Take Pills Choking Gesture Black Destiny Death Comes Ripping No Regrets ^ w/Jesco. No Shit!! FOB DFC DPA(B&K)4011s(suspended from the ceiling)->Luminous Monarchs->V2->Luminous S ynchestra Signature XLRs->AD2K@ 24/96->722. SD722 -> CD Wave (tracking) -> Wavelab 5 (edit)-> FLAC. Recorded and transfered by Mark Lynn(firstname.lastname@example.org).
Lucinda Williams - McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA, Aug. 9, 1991
LUCINDA WILLIAMS - McCabe's Guitar Shop August 9th 1991 (Acoustic) McCabes Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, CA August 9th 1991 Excellent Audience or Soundboard Recording ? CDRs Trade>EAC>Soundforge 8 (Track Markings)>FLAC Disc 1 01. Intro 02. Crescent City 03. Big Red Sun Blues 04. Am I Too Blue 05. Prove My Love 06. Sidewalks Of the City 07. Pineola 08. Side of the Road 09. Just Wanted To See You So Bad 10. Little Angel, Little Brother 11. Passionate Kisses 12. Sweet Old World Disc Two 01. Intro 02. Six Blocks Away 03. Like A Rose 04. Something About What Happens When We Talk 05. Happy Woman Blues 06. Disgusted 07. Nothing In Rambling 08. Hot Blood 09. Changed The Locks 10. Stop Breaking Down 11. Which Will 12. Positively 4th Street
Lucinda Williams - Slim's, SF, CA, May 28, 1998, SBD
LUCINDA WILLIAMS Slim's, San Francisco CA 28th May 1998 Band: Bo Ramsey- guitar, slide guitar Kenny Vaughn- guitar Richard Price- bass Fran Breen- drums Soundboard recording Lineage: CDR>EAC>Wavetrim>TLH>SBE & FLAC>BT Disc one: 01. Pineola 02. Something About What Happened When We Talk 03. Car Wheels On A Gravel Road 04. Lake Charles 05. Drunken Angel 06. Greenville 07. Metal Firecracker 08. Still I Long For Your Kiss 09. Right In Time 10. Passionate Kisses 11. 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten 12. Concrete And Barbed Wire 13. Can't Let Go Disc two: 01. Hot Blood 02. Joy 03. Changed The Locks 04. Disgusted 05. Down The Big Road Blues 06. Come To Me Baby 07. Sweet Old World 08. Little Angel, Little Brother 09. Jackson 10. Crescent City 11. Side Of The Road 12. Nothing In Rambling
Lucinda Williams - Lupo's, Providence, RI, SBD, May 6, 1999
I was going through my Lucinda collection and came across this one. If my memory serves (doubtful) I got th is in a trade a few years ago. I made some artwork for it, which is included. The addition of the organ mak es for some interesting listening, especially on the almost 15 minute version of Joy. CDR Trade>EAC>FLAC (level 8) Lucinda Williams Lupo's Providence, R.I. May 6, 1999 soundboard Band: Greg "Atticus" Houstead - Hammond B-3 organ, accordion Kenny Vaughn - guitar John "JJ" Jackson - guitar, mandolin, etc Richard "Hombre" Price - bass Fran Breen - drums Disc 1 01 Pineola 02 Metal Firecracker 03 Car Wheels On A Gravel Road 04 Right In Time 05 Drunken Angel 06 Greenville with Patty Griffin 07 Still I Long For Your Kiss 08 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten 09 Can't Let Go 10 Changed the Locks 11 Joy Disc 2 01 Sweet Old World 02 Passionate Kisses 03 Something About What Happens When We Talk 04 Crescent City 05 Side of the Road 06 I Lost it 07 I Just Want To See You So Bad 08 Disgusted 09 Come To Me Baby
Lucinda Williams - Bowery Ballroom, NYC, May 27, 2003, FM
Lucinda Williams-5-27-03-Bowery Ballroom Lineage: WFUV FM>Sony MD>CDR>PC>Flac Not the complete set, but the complete broadcast. I wast there that night. Inlclude d is a picture I took from the side of the stage. 1-Car Wheels on a Gravel Road 2-Fruits of My Labor 3-Those Three Days 4-Blue 5-Still I Long For Your Kiss 6-Ventura 7-Something About What Happens 8-Real Live Bleeding Fingers and Broken Guitar Strings 9-Joy 10-Band Intros 11-Over Time 12-Concrete and Barbed Wire 13-I Envy the Wind 14-Cold Cold Heart 15-Atonement 16-Words Fell
Lucinda Williams - El Rey Theater, LA, CA, Mar. 31, 2006
LUCINDA WILLIAMS & DOUG PETTIBONE El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA Friday, March 31, 2006 SOURCE: Schoeps MK41 > actives > NBox > (Oade mod) SBM-1 > D100 TRANSFER: D100 > Teac RW-CD22 > hard drive > Sound Forge 8.0 > CD Wave > FLAC Fronte nd LOCATION: Centered, 30 Feet From Stage TAPED BY: "Josephine" This was the final U.S. show of the Acoustic Duo Tour. DISC 1 01. Greenville 02. Blue 03. Fruits of My Labour 04. Pineola 05. Lake Charles 06. Jailhouse Tears 07. The Knowing 08. Those Three Days 09. Sweet Side 10. Rescue DISC 2 01. I'm Suffering 02. Righteously 03. Atonement 04. Essence 05. Joy * 06. Tears of Joy * 07. People Talkin' * 08. Get Right With God * * with Tim Easton
Tony Williams Lifetime, Iowa City, IA, 1976
Unknown Sources CD / Xact Flac compression This came to me from the great Jon Silence. Tony Williams Lifetime Iowa City 76. This is a "hot recording" and really pretty darn good sound. Dont know if it was FM sourced or not . . . I dont think so. Tony Williams Allan Holdsworth Tony Newton Alan Pasqua 1 Mr Spock 2 Proto Cosmos 3 Bloodshot 4 Snake oil 5 Wildlife 6 Drum Solo & Fred 7 Red Alert 8 What You Do to Me 9 Velvet Darkness Medley 10 Snake Oil #2 11 Inspirations of Love
Kelly Willis - Caravan of Dreams, Ft. Worth, TX, Apr. 28, 2001, SBD
Kelly Willis April 28, 2001 Ft.Worth, Tx.- Caravan of Dreams Night Club CSB>sony-md/mt770>mt24/96>macg5>audasity.WAV>xAct.flac A "time was just a joke" production It was a pleasure to work on this recording for this share. It had been a while sense I listene d to it. The audience was respectful as usual while Kelly preformed in this great venue. With t he exception of the wait staff asking the table for orders every now and again the recording is clear and without flaws. The Caravan of Dreams has sense closed it's doors but shows like this keep it's memory alive for me. Kelly is playing with a full band and debuting a number of unreleased songs off here 2002 relea se "Easy" as well as some still unreleased songs to date. I'm not sure on a few of the titles as my research came up empty on track 1 and track 7. enjoy! dave 01. It Don't Matter 02. What World Are You Living In? 03. Cradle Of Love 04. Not Forgotten 05. He Don't Care 06. Wrapped 07. You Won't Have Me (?) (Written by Kostas) 08. Take It All Out On You 09. Easy (As Falling Apart) 10. Heaven's Just A Sin Away 11. Find Another Fool 12. Fading Fast 13. Heaven Bound 14. What I Deserve 15. All Along 16. Happy With That 17. Getting To Me 18. Whatever Way The Wind Blows -encore_ 19. Texas
Johnny Winter - Denver Pop Festival, Jun. 28, 1969
Johnny Winter: Denver Pop Festival-June 28,1969-First Gen Tape First Gen tape>cd-r>Bias Peak Pro 5 (song indexing)>XACT>flac Johnny Winter with Tommy Shannon on bass and Uncle John Tur ner on drums. This heat wave shows no sign of letting up, so let's keep the music hot too, w ith some more vintage Johnny Winter. This is his performance at the Denver Pop Festival in 1969 and the quality is a nice VG+. It's also a rare show in that he previews "Memory Pain" from th e Second Winter album. Thanks to the Florida Kid for the show. Hope you enjoy the tunes, song s amples provided. Posted by Mesquite 8/11/06. Setlist: (45:26) 1. Rollin' and Tumblin' 2. Help Me 3. Leland, Miss. 4. Going Down Slow 5. Mean Town Blues 6. Memory Pain 7. It's My Own Fault
Johnny Winter - Woodstock Revival, Aug. 14, 1979, FM
Johnny Winter Woodstock Revival 8/14/79 WBAB FM Intro Hideaway Messing With The Kid Johnny B. Goode Come on in my Kitchen Rollin' and Tumblin' Help Me Stranger Jumping Jack Flash Bony Maronie The Swinging Pig TSP-CD-213 (1979) Sound quality: as anyone can expect of any Swingin'Pig CD, a superb quality sound board. Locati on: at Woodstock, Ten Year Anniversary Festival, 1979
Johnny Winter - Central Park, NYC, Jul. 27, 1980, FM
Johnny Winter Central Park New York, 27/7 1980 FM Broadcast (A) CDR > WAW > FLAC Onley A Bad Front Cover So Feel To Create Some. Disc-1 1. Hideaway 2. Messin' With The Kid 3. Boney Moronie 4. drum solo 5. Boney Moronie 6. Mother In-Law Blues 7. Sweet Papa John Disc-2 1. The Crawl 2. Highway 61 Revisited 3. Rollin' & Tumblin' 4. Come On In My Kitchen 5. Johnny B. Goode 6. Jumpin' Jack Flash Enjoy!!!
Johnny Winter - Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany, Oct. 21, 1983
Johnny Winter Markthalle Hamburg,G october 21 1983 Aud?gen > Equalized copy cass. > CDwave > Flac6 79:07 min 01 Hideaway 02 Crossroads 03 That's All Right 04 Killing Floor 05 Walking By Myself 06 Jumping Jack Flash 07 No Time To Live 08 "Let Me Love You Baby" ? 09 Johnny B.Goode / -crowd- 10 E : Highway 61 Revisited Enjoy
Johnny Winter - Backyard, Austin, TX, Jun. 15, 2006
Johnny Winter - 06/15/06 Venue The Glenn @ The Backyard City Beecave State TX Sonic DSM-6S/L -> Sonic PA-3SX -> Microtrack 24/96 -> CDWAV ->CD Recorded 3rd Row Center Hideaway*** Sugar Coated Love She Likes To Boogie Real Low Lets Start All Over Again Black Jack All Tore Down Lone Wolf Hoochie-Coochie Man Johnny Guitar Mojo Blues Highway 61 Revisited *** not recorded... :( This was recorded no more than 30 feet directly in front of Johnny's 2xMusic Man 130 's GREAT guitar sound here Johnny Winter - Guitar, Vocals Wayne June - Drums, Vocals Scott Spray - Bass
Piotr Wojtasik Quintet, Oskard, Konin, Poland, May 28, 2000, SBD
Piotr Wojtasik Quintet May 28, 2000 Oskard, Konin, Poland SBD -> DAT -> CDR -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC Piotr Wojtasik (tp) Tomasz Szukalski (ss, ts) Maciej Sikala (ss, ts) Slawomir Kurkiewicz (b) Krzysztof Dziedzic (d) 1. unknown title - 8:07 2. Central Park West - 12:06 3. A Night In Tunisia - 11:16 4. unknown title - 11:48 5. unknown title - 12:17 6. unknown title - 10:23 7. unknown title - 2:27 8. unknown title - 8:18
Stevie Wonder - Berkeley Community Theater, CA, Mar. 4, 1973, SBD
Stevie Wonder Berkeley Community Theater Berkelely, CA 03.04.73 Source: BGP SBD > Open reel Ampex videotape or to conventional RtR (unclear which e quipment was used) Transfer #1: (c. 1988) re-anneal master tapes (if needed) > D (probably a Sonic Solu tions ADC @ 24/48) > PCM tape Remaster #1: (c. 1988) PCM > hiss & artifact removal > "sonic solutions process" > D AT (or other digital medium > DAT) Transfer #2: (1990) MDAT > Nakamichi deck> XLII-S/90 > MC Transfer #3: (1990) MC > Nakamichi deck (playback) > Nakamichi deck (record) > XLII- S/90 > C(1) Transfer #4: (2005) C(1) > Aiwa AD-F850 > THC Cables > Edirol U-A5 > USB > Wavelab 5 .01a @ 24/96 > WAV Final Mastering: WAV > Wavelab 5.0a (X-noise to reduce hiss; 192 KhZ resampler > 44. 1k; L3 Multimaximizer to increase gain and dither to 16 bits) > FLAC. Disc 1 1. Bill Graham Intro > For Once In My life (splice at 40 seconds) (many channel adjustments) 2. If You Really Love Me 3. Me & Mrs. Jones 4. Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You?) > (discontinuity at about 15 min) 5. Instrumental > Let Me Tell You Something, My Darling 6. Think I'm On The Right Track (discontinuity at 33:01) 7. I Was Made To Love Her 8. Feel It Disc 2 9. Killing Me Softly 10. You Are The Sunshine of My Life > 11. Big Brother > 12. Blowing In The Wind > 13. Medley: What's Going On? > Betcha By Golly Wow! > Ma Cherie Amore > Summer Breeze > 14. Love Having You Around > 15. Signed, Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours) > 16. The way you do it last night, you do it like you should > 17. harmonica song 18. Superstition// (w/ Buddy Miles & Paul Keegan?) The recording runs just shy of 90 minutes. If splitting onto two discs, the suggest ed split is after track 8. There are a half-dozen small discontinuities in the recording, including abrupt tran sitions between songs and small gaps, some with brief silences and others without. There was a tape flip in Killing Me Softly at about 4:15.
Stevie Wonder - Rainbow Theater, London, Jan. 31, 1974, LB
Here's the first of the Big 'Fro releases directly from the factory pressed silver discs wi th full artwork. The intent is (was) to upload the entire set one by one complete. Unfortun ately due to site rules a disc or two will be missing a track or two and one disc (the Al G reen one) will be missing from the set altogether - Some of the Sly stuff has FINALLY seen official release and the Al Green has been issued on DVD in superior sound quality in the U K very recently. I had been collecting bootlegs since late 1971 when I stumbled across this strange Led Zepp elin album for $2.99 at the record store I bought most of my records at as a kid. The album was called Live On Blueberry Hill. Ever since that day I was addicted to bootlegs. Over th e years I amassed what I have been told by various bootleggers was (at one point) one of th e largest collections of bootlegs by somebody not directly involved in the manufacturing of them. Unfortunately that changed a few times over the past two decades when first my entir e "H through L" section got ripped off in 1984 - which was especially sad as I had a near c omplete Zep vinyl and a complete Hendrix vinyl collection of which the Hendrix included 5 i tems which allegedly did not exist :-( Parts of my collection (by now mostly the cd's) got ripped off AGAIN in the late 1990's and 2000. Bizarrely enough the late 1990's rip off included YET AGAIN most of my Zep collectio n! In any case I got briefly involved with supplying tapes for bootleg cd's in the late 1990's . After about 2 years of it I started to get really frustrated by the constant requests for "Stones, Beatles, Zep" etc. The stuff I really wanted to see released was not getting done . Most importantly the ONE thing I personally as a collector wanted was not getting issued by anybody: a great Sly & The Family Stone bootleg. All there was were an ancient (but grea t) LP entitled "Greatest Hits Live" that I bought in 1972, the Dallas Pop Festival LP and C D and an absolutely godawful thing called "Everything You Ever Wanted To Hear By Sly & The Family Stone But Were Afraid To Ask", which to this day remains one of the worst and most c ompletely useless bootlegs issued by anyone, anywhere, ever. Over the years interest in seeing a cd's worth of unreleased material by Sly together that honored his genious instead of insulting it became a small personal obsession. In the seemingly endless process I also realized that there was an insultingly glaring hole in the bootleg market: Basically unless your last name happened to be Hendrix or Kravitz a nd you were black, CD bootleggers were going to roundly ignore you. I kept asking my Japane se people who I sent tapes to why this was and the answer was always a variation of "It won 't sell", "No market for this" etc. I refused to take no for an answer and just pestered th e hell out of every last one of them. Finally I stumbled across an employee of one of them who was a soul fanatic and who was as disgusted with the caucasian bent of the bootleg cd m arket as I was - and he started nagging his boss trying to convince him that such a thing W AS a viable proposition and not a money pit. And he was also as hot for Sly as I was. He ag reed that my idea for a bootleg cd label devoted exclusively to Soul, Funk and R&B was some thing worth trying for at least 3 or 4 releases for starters. BUT: The first release must b e a Stevie Wonder and I have to get the lead out of my ass and get that Sly completed and r eady for a 2nd release. The only thing (at the time) I had by Stevie was a slight upgrade o f the Rainbow concert that had seen a previous release in the very early 1990's on the Euro pean Chameleon label as "First Rainbow" and "Second Rainbow". Personally I never felt that this show was as earth shattering etc as some people seem to think it is, and I always felt the Chameleon issue was really flat sounding. What I had was a little better and something I could work with. In any case while this was not exactly what I would have preferred as t he first release for "my" label, the Japanese were all over me about it and so I tweaked th e tapes I had as best I could and broadened the stereo image as much as possible in order t o give it some more punch and depth. I had nothing at all to do with the artwork beyond the Big 'Fro logo idea and the title of the cd - that was 100% the Japanese's work. durian1 Stevie Wonder 1974-01-31 Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London England Source:"Funkafied Rainbow" Big 'Fro Bootleg (BF-001/2) Lineage:SBD>CD(Original Silvers)>EAC(secure mode/offset correct)>WAV>FLAC(A/A+) D1: [47:08] 01. Intro > Contusion 02. Higher Ground 03. Mary Wants To Be A Superwoman 04. To Know You Is To Love You 05. Signed, Sealed And Delivered 06. Visions D2: [41:21] 01. Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing 02. Living For The City 03. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life 04. Superstition 05. Encore Jam Personnel: Stevie Wonder - lead vocal, keys Michael Sembello - guitar Reggie McBride - bass Ollie E. Brown - drums I'm proud to assist in spreading this great series of soul music, but this is a collaborati ve effort, with minimal contribution by myself, so thanks should be directed to durian1. T his lovingly prepared collection of discs was supplied to me so that I could upload them to as many funky soul fans as possible. The notes included above are not my own, but I echo the sentiment that there has been inadequate representation of classic soul, funk and r&b i n the bootleg world. Big 'Fro certainly helped fill that void for me. My heartfelt thanks and respect go to durian1 for all his work and of course, to the represented artists for s haring their unique gifts with the world. The standard ethical appeals apply to this and all subsequent offers - Please... 1) Continue seeding after DL 2) Trade freely 3) Never for sale 4) No lossy distribution 5) Enjoy thoroughly!
Woven Hand - AB Brussels, Belgium, Feb. 9, 2003, SBD
Woven Hand (David Eugene Edwards of 16 Horsepower) Live at AB Brussels in Belgium February 9th, 2003 Soundboard recording 1.White Bird 2.Bleary Eyed Duty 3.Arrowhead 4.Blue Pail Fever 5.Cripplegate 6.Out Of My Hand 7.Wooden brother 8.My Russia 9.Glass Eye 10.Story And Pictures 11.Last Fist 12.The Good Hand 13.Aeolian Harp ------------------------ 14.Your Russia
Steve Wynn - Syndicated Dreams, Vol. 16, "Loose Change & Chili Peppers, Live 2004-2006"
Steve Wynn Syndicated Dreams - Volume 16 Loose Change & Chili Peppers Various live 2004-2006 Cover by Fritz Weidner Compilation made by Jeff Regan Loose Change 1. The Deep End Seattle, Washington - March 3rd 2006 7:36 2. Carry A Torch Culver City, CA - December 29th 2004 7:02 3. Look Both Ways Culver City, CA - December 29th 2004 2:37 4. Under The Weather Pavia, Italy - November 20th 2005 4:27 5. James River Incident Hollywood, CA - March 31st 2004 4:27 6. The Grooms Still Waiting At The Alter Los Angeles, CA - July 27th 2005 3:59 7. Blind Willie McTell Frankfurt, Germany - October 30th 2005 4:21 8. When You Make Up Your Mind Los Angeles, CA - July 27th 2005 3:45 9. Talking Loud Davis, CA - March 9th 2005 2:47 10. Tell Me When Its Over Davis, CA - March 9th 2005 3:35 11. Like A Rolling Stone Frankfurt, Germany - October 30th 2005 4:27 12. There Will Come A Day Seattle, Washington - March 3rd 2006 4:16 Chili Peppers 1. Bruises Seattle, Washington - March 3rd 2006 3:26 2. Cindy, It Was Always You Seattle, Washington - March 3rd 2006 3:55 3. No Tomorrow Amsterdam, Holland - October 24th 2005 8:07 4. You Secret Amsterdam, Holland - October 24th 2005 3:42 5. Southern California Line Chicago, IL - March 21st 2006 3:46 6. Wild Mercury Chicago, IL - March 21st 2006 3:11 7. All The Squares Go Home Valencia, Spain - September 10th 2005 2:24 8. Crawling Misanthrophic Blues Valencia, Spain - September 10th 2005 2:11 9. Freak Star Philadelphia, PA - February 17, 2006 4:31 10. Amphetamine Philadelphia, PA - February 17, 2006 7:12 11. The Calvary Cross Chicago, IL - March 21st 2006 7:47 12. John Coltrane Stereo Blues Chicago, IL - March 21st 2006 9:51 This CD was distributed on the Steve Wynn Yahoo Group CDR tree as Syndicated Dreams Volume 16. http://stevewynn.net/wynntree_static.php?p=sdreams/sdreams16.html The Syndicated Dreams Series is organised by Jens Jakob S
rensen and is supported by Steve Wynn. Recording info: ********************** CD 1, Track 1+12 CD 2, Track 1+2 Date: March 3rd, 2006 Venue: KEXP Studio Location: Seattle, Washington Source: Uncompressed Stream 44.1KHz PCM Webcast Lineage: Uncompressed Stream 44.1KHz PCM Webcast (WMA lossless at 1411.2 kb/s) ->Total Recorder ->CD WAVE ->FLAC Taped by: Bill Holzheimer ********************** CD 1, Track 2+3 Date: December 29th, 2004 Venue: Cinema Bar Location: Culver City, CA Source: Core Sound HEB (DPA 4061) ->Sony TCD-D100 DAT master Lineage: DAT master ->JB3 ->CEP ->CDWAV ->FLAC Taped by: Jeff Lester ********************** CD1, Track 4 Date: November 20th 2005 Venue: Spazio Musica Location: Pavia, Italy Source: audience digital recording Lineage: ? Taped by: Badscooter ********************** CD 1, Track 5 Date: March 31st, 2004 Venue: Knitting Factory AlterKnit Lounge Location: Hollywood, CA Source: SBD ->Sony TCD-D100 DAT master Lineage: DAT master ->SPDIF ->Nomad JB3 ->CEP ->CDWAV ->FLAC Taped by: Jeff Lester ********************** CD 1, Track 6+8 Date: July 27th, 2005 Venue: Molly Malone's Location: Los Angeles, CA Source: Core Sound HEB (DPA 4061) ->Sony TCD-D100 DAT master Lineage: DAT master ->CDR master ->EAC ->CEP ->CDWAV ->FLAC Taped by: Jeff Lester ********************** CD 1, Track 7+11 Date: October 30th, 2005 Venue: Sinkkasten Location: Frankfurt, Germany Source: SBD -> MD(M) Lineage: MD(M) ->Phillips Standalone Audio CDR570 -> CDR ->EAC ->WAV ->FLAC Taped by: Helmut Humburg ********************** CD 2, Track 3+4 Date: October 24th, 2005 Venue: 2 Meter Session, Studio Le Roy Location: Amsterdam, Holland Source: Kink FM Radio Lineage: ? Taped by: ? ********************** CD 2, Track 5+6+11+12 Band/Artist: Steve Wynn Date: March 21st, 2006 Venue: The Double Door Location: Chicago, IL Source: SBD ->IBM T23 Laptop (Crystal WDM Audio) ->WaveLab Lineage: Master WAVs ->FLAC Frontend Taped by: Ben Maki ********************** CD 2, Track 7+8 Band/Artist: Steve Wynn Date: September 10th, 2005 Venue: Club El Loco Location: Valencia, Spain Source: Sony ECM-719 -> Hi-MD Sony MZ-NH900 Lineage: Hi-MD Sony MZ-NH900 ->SonicStage ->SoundForge ->FLAC frontend Level 8 Taped by: Rafa Frechina ********************** CD 2, Track 9+10 Band/Artist: Steve Wynn Date: February 17, 2006 Venue: World Cafe Live! WXPN "Free At Noon" Concert Location: Philadelphia, PA Source: WXPN FM Lineage: FM Receiver ->SB Audigy ->Total Recorder ->WAV ->CD WAVE ->FLAC Frontend Taped by: Bill Holzheimer ********************** CD 2, Track 11+12 Date: March 21st, 2006 Venue: The Double Door Location: Chicago, IL Source: SBD ->IBM T23 Laptop (Crystal WDM Audio) ->WaveLab Lineage: Master WAVs ->FLAC Frontend Taped by: Ben Maki