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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Led Zeppelin 1975-05-25 - London, UK (SBD/FLAC) "Conquistador"




(Soundboard FLAC)

Led Zeppelin
1975.05.25
Earl's Court Arena
London, England
"Conquistador"
Watch Tower
Soundboard

Artwork Included

SILVER>EAC>FLAC

Disc 1
01 - A Quiet Before The Storm
02 - Alan Freeman Introduction 
03 - Rock And Roll
04 - Sick Again
05 - Over The Hills And Far Away
06 - In My Time Of Dying
07 - The Song Remains The Same
08 - The Rain Song
09 - Kashmir

Disc 2
01 - No Quarter
02 - Tangerine
03 - Going To California
04 - That's The Way
05 - Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
06 - Trampled Underfoot

Disc 3
01 - Moby Dick
02 - Dazed & Confused (includes San Francisco)

Disc 4
01 - Stairway To Heaven
02 - Whole Lotta Love
03 - Black Dog
04 - Heartbreaker
05 - Communication Breakdown (includes D'yer Maker)

Sammy Hagar - 1984-10-12 - Detroit, MI (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Sammy Hagar
Cobo Hall
Detroit, MI 
October 12, 1984

"Source: 98.7 WLLZ-FM 'Detroit's Wheels' - Lineage: Cassette Tape acquired in 1987 > Onkyo TA-2055 Tape Deck > Pioneer PDR-509 CD Recorder > CDRW WAV to Computer > Magix Audio Lab for Track splitting and trimming > Traders Little Helper FLAC Level 8 

Sammy Hagar: Vocals, Guitar
Gary Phil: Guitar
Bill Church: Bass
Jesse Harms: Keyboards
David Lauser: Drums

CD 1: 
01.  "WLLZ's Doug Podell intro"
02.  Trans Am
03.  This Planet's On Fire
04.  D--k In The Dirt
05.  I Don't Need Love
06.  Three Lock Box
07.  Baby's On Fire
08.  Two Sides Of Love
09.  I Can't Drive 55
10.  Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy
11.  I'll Fall In Love Again
12.  "Sammy's World Series update"
13.  Swept Away
14.  Remember The Heroes

CD 2:
01.  The Girl Gets Around
02.  Fast Times At Ridgemont High
03.  Heavy Metal
04.  Star Spangled Banner > VOA
05.  One Way To Rock
06.  "Sammy takes a request"
07.  Rock Is In My Blood
08.  Red (Drum Solo) > Rock 'n' Roll 
09.  Bad Motor Scooter
10.  Space Station #5
11.  "closing credit"

Santana - 1981-02-05 - San Francisco, CA (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

recorded at Old Waldorf Theater, San Francisco (CA-USA), 5 february 1981 

Carlos Santana: lead guitar, vocals, percussion
Alex Ligertwood: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Richard Baker: keyboards
David Margen: bass
Graham Lear: drums
Armando Peraza: percussion, vocals
Raul Rekow: percussion, vocals
Orestes Vilato: percussion, vocals

01 - E Papa Re 4.59 
02 - Primera Invasion 2.20 
03 - Searchin' 4.41 
04 - Tales Of Kilimanjaro 2.43 
05 - Black Magic Woman 3.03 
06 - Gypsy Queen 3.28 
07 - All I Ever Wanted 5.17 
08 - Europa 9.29 
09 - Savor 7.16 
10 - Jingo 4.44 
11 - Aqua Marine 8.11 
12 - Body Surfin' 7.22 
13 - Well All Right 4.05 
14 - Hannibal 4.53 
15 - Brightest Star 5.27 
16 - Over and Over 6.15

tracklist > running time 84'13" 

this is a VERY common item, widely circulated in various forms and sources, now unavailable on this tracker, here should be from a FM source (spectrals reveal some sort of a carrier tone), mistakenly circulating as SBD. There is also a much longer audience version, but apparently this all that is available from the broadcast. Lineage is unfortunately totally unknown, but of more than excellent sound quality. Anyhow, the same spectral and frequency analysis confirm it's 100% lossless. This was the last of a 5-nights run a the Waldorf, with the band introducing the Zebop album and tour. Here is the era of santana drivin' through stadium rock, some unusual tracks played, as the reggae beats on Body Surfin', made it an interesting piece, if I had listened without knowing, I would have maybe not even thought it was santana... 

Metallica - 1982-1988 - The Complete Demo Collection (STU/FLAC)



(Studio FLAC)

Metallica
The Complete Demo Collection
Demos 1982-1988

CD1 - 67:12
1. Killing Time (2:34)
2. Let It Loose (3:12)
3. The Prince (5:06)
4. Hit The Lights (4:27)
5. The Mechanix (4:58)
6. Motorbreath (3:31)
7. Jump In The Fire (3:59)
8. Fight Fire With Fire (4:47)
9. Ride The Lighting (6:24)
10. When The Hell Freezes Over (8:10)
11. Creeping Death (6:18)
12. Battery (4:46)
13. Welcome Home (Sanatarium) (4:56)
14. Orion (4:04)

CD2 - 64:45
1. Disposable Heroes (Take I & II) (9:12)
2. Blackened (5:54)
3. And Justice For All (8:14)
4. Eye Of The Beholder (6:17)
5. The Shortest Straw (6:19)
6. Frayed Ends Of Sanity (7:24)
7. Dyers Eve (5:34)
8. Halloween II (3:50)
9. Twist Of Cain (3:48)
10. All Hell Breaks Loose (3:57)
11. London Dungeon (2:30)
12. Horror Business (1:46)

Eric Clapton - 1979-10-29 - Jerusalem, Israel (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Eric Clapton 
Binyanei Ha'Ooma 
Jerusalem, Israel (though claimed by Israel and Palestine) 
October 29, 1979 

Source: 
Audience recording > ? > TDK SA90 cassette > CD Wave > FLAC Frontend > FLAC (level 6) 

Eric Clapton - guitar, vocals 
Albert Lee - guitar, vocals 
Dave Markee - bass 
Henry Spinetti - drums 
Chris Stainton - keyboards 

CD 1: 
01. If I Don't Be There By Morning 
02. Worried Life Blues 
03. Tulsa Time 
04. Early In The Morning 
05. Lay Down Sally 
06. Wonderful Tonight 
07. Country Boy (Albert Lee vocals) 
08. Double Trouble 

CD 2: 
01. Blues Power 
02. Knockin' On Heaven's Door 
03. After Midnight 
04. La La La 
05. Setting Me Up (Albert Lee vocals) 
06. All Our Past Times 
07. (tuning) 
08. Cocaine 
09. Layla 

Total time = 88:08 

(Comment presumably from ECMusicMan): "My friends (and non-friends): whether you think '79 was a great performing year or just a so-so year, you GOTTA get this show. You won't believe your ears at the quality from a tape 28 years old! I was offered the tape and there was only 1 person to whom I would give it to...ML13. He did all the hard work, toiling for hours, wetting his pants, he couldn't believe what he was hearing. ML's wife was so worried about him, she called the 'nut police'. When they came and heard the tapes, the nut jacket was placed on the wife and they sat down for some of ML13's famous coffee. According to Mark Roberty's book, 'The Complete Chronicle,' there was only one show in Jerusalem on October 27. There exists a tape claimed to be recorded on October 29 in Jerusalem. During this tour Eric used to play (at least) two concerts in several cities, so it's not unlikely that he performed two shows in Jerusalem, too. The happening of this October 29 concert is solely based upon the audience recording which, of course, may be originated from the October 27 show, being labeled incorrectly." 

Bruce Springsteen - 2009-11-15 - Milwaukee, WI (IEM/AUD/FLAC)




(IEM-AUD FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
November 15, 2009 

IEM-AUD Mix by Flynn ("It's Hard Being the Boss!") 

IEM Lineage: Crew IEM feed => Sennheiser IEM box => iRiver H140 (16-bit) => Audio Cleaning Lab => + FLAC (16/44) 
AUD lineage (Eisenheim): Edirol R9/ Core Sound HEB mics > Adobe Audition > CD Wave > Trader's Little Helper [FLAC] 

CD1
01. Cadillac Ranch (4:12) 
02 Badlands (5:46) 
03. Hungry Heart (4:12) 
04. Working on a Dream (6:30) 
05. BTR intro (1:30) 
06. Thunder Road (5:58) 
07. Tenth Avenue Freeze Out (4:57) 
08. Night (3:18) 
09. Backstreets (8:30) 
10. Born To Run (6:10) 
11. She's The One (5:31) 

CD2
12. Meeting Across The River (3:58) 
13. Jungleland (11:47) 
14. Darlington County (5:55) 
15. Waitin' on a Sunny Day (7:38) 
16. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (5:14) 
17. Loose Ends intro/rehearsal (0:46) 
18. Loose Ends (4:50) 
19. Jole Blon (4:04) 
20. Growin' Up (3:33) 
21. Into The Fire (6:20) 
22. The Rising (4:58) 
23. No Surrender (6:02) 

CD3
24. Living Proof intro/rehearsal (2:58) 
25. Living Proof (5:01) 
26. Kitty's Back (13:32) 
27. American Land (7:41) 
28. Dancing in the Dark (6:33) 
29. PSA (1:35) 
30. Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (7:58) 
31. Higher and Higher (9:29) 

Comments: 
This show took place at the tail end of the "Working on a Dream" tour, and as with all Bruce tours, the performances continued to gather a head of steam as they built toward the close. I happened to be at the Chicago show two months earlier (the first time "Born To Run" was performed in its entirety) and Buffalo (the last date of the tour, and Clarence's last show), so I'd completely forgotten this one until I ran across the FLACs this week. Not a bad show -- in addition to BTR, this show features some nice rarities such as "Loose Ends," "Jole Blon," and "Living Proof" (the latter of which they needed to teach themselves again, because it had been so long since they'd last played it). In hindsight, quite an enjoyable show. In my mind, the shows leading up to Buffalo tend to be overshadowed because Buffalo was so epic; however, these are all quite worthy and enjoyable performances. 

The recording itself sounds excellent; the dynamic IEM recording is augmented nicely with a serviceable audience recording. The audience tape props up the moments where the IEM falls short. 

As an aside, I almost deleted the IEM recording by mistake. I was very new to using the iRiver at the time and didn't realize it automatically inserted a track split at roughly the two-hour point in the recording ... I checked it out when I got back to the car and assumed I only had a partial recording, and set the deck aside for a couple of months. When I went to clear out the memory for the next show, I realized I had another WAV file that I hadn't been aware of -- turned out I had the entire show, glitch-free, from the crew feed. It was a nice surprise! 

Brucebase: Bruce jokes about his mix-up in Michigan - "Good evening Ohio!... Aw, I'm just fuckin' with ya!" Somehow the faux-pas managed to make the world news. Born To Run album is performed. "Living Proof" is a tour premiere, played completely off the cuff, by sign request. Other songs played by sign request are "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town", "Loose Ends", "Jole Blon", and "Growin' Up". Second tour appearance of "Jole Blon". "American Land" includes a snippet of "Theme From Shaft" in the midsection. Curt Ramm lends trumpet to "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out", "Meeting Across The River", "Kitty's Back", "American Land" and "(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher". Patti Scialfa is not present.

Bruce Springsteen - Roll The Tapes (STU/FLAC)




(Studio FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen 
"Roll The Tapes" 
- Cassette transfers of harder to find versions of songs and a few interesting ones too 

Lineage: 
Unknown Generation Maxell XLII 90 Cassettes > Recorded as 16/44 WAV Files in Wavepad 

01 Born To Run [Heard for the first time on the radio] 
Recorded November 3, 1974 WMMR Radio 
Bruce debuted "Born To Run" live sometime in early 1974 and recorded it in the studio in August. Bruce was interviewed by WMMR DJ Ed Sciaky on this date and Ed played this version on the radio (just a different mix from the album version), the first time the airwaves had heard it. Bruce seemed to like it. 

02 Frankie 
Recorded June 3, 1977 Atlantic Studios, New York City, NY 
Written sometime in early 1976, Bruce recorded this excellent song during the Darkness sessions, although it appears he did not finish it at the time. This version is from the sessions. 

03 Darkness On The Edge Of Town 
Recorded June 1977 Atlantic Studios, New York City, NY 
Before we got the album version, Bruce fiddled around with the arrangement, adding some very nice guitar work to the song, some might say worthy of an official release. 

04 I Wanna Be With You 
Recorded June 1, 1977 Atlantic Studios, New York City, NY 
Unknown to many, Bruce recorded this song before re-recording it during the River sessions and then releasing that excellent version on Tracks. This take was recorded on the first day of the Darkness sessions and is musically great but Bruce hadn't completed the lyrics yet. Still, it is powerful. 

05 Mr. Outside 
Recorded late 1979 Bruce's Home, Holmdel, New Jersey 
Recorded by Bruce as a demo in his house. He never recorded it in studio for the River album but for some reason decided to release it on the Ties That Bind: The River Collection even though it is not an outtake. And he edited the version too!; this is the full demo in all of its glory with a catchy melody. 

06 Murder Incorporated [#1] 
Recorded May 3-4, 1982 The Power Station, New York City, NY 
Now an infamous song with a hazy meaning, "Murder Incorporated" is now anticipated by fans at live shows. This version is different from the officially released one; first it includes 
more backing vocals and second it includes the full song uncut, with no fade. 

07 Murder Incorporated [#2] 
Recorded May 3-4, 1982 The Power Station, New York City, NY 
Same take as mentioned above, but includes no backing vocals in the first verse; it is also uncut. 

08 None But The Brave 
Recorded June 1983 The Power Station, New York City, NY 
A live rarity, this version is a different mix that features less overdubs than the officially released version. 

09 Glory Days 
Recorded May 5, 1982 The Power Station, New York City, NY 
Now one of Bruce's famous rockers, this version of "Glory Days" is uncut (it features the extra verse that was cut from the album version) and features Bruce's count-in and some talk before the take. 

10 Cover Me 
Recorded January 25, 1982 The Hit Factory, New York City, NY 
This version is the same as the album version, but it features a different mix that lacks Bruce's lead guitar in the song besides the guitar solo. Also, the saxophone and piano are turned up in the mix more. 

11 Bruce's Answering Machine Message 
Recorded sometime in the 1980's 
An interesting little short song Bruce wrote and recorded for his answering machine message in the early 1980's. This recording seems to originate from someone calling Bruce's house phone and then recording it at the same time; as to how this guy got his number, I would like to know. 

A little background information: I am constantly obtaining cassette tapes with Springsteen recordings on them. I recently acquired a lot of tapes, mostly live stuff, but there were a few with outtake cassettes too. And this is how we got here. I played them back and discovered some no new material but some songs that sounded better than the circulating sources. I also discovered some rarer versions of songs. So I decided to share them with the collector community. I recorded the songs and edited them slightly in Wavepad, some EQing and normalizing for the most part. Just to be clear, some of the songs sound better than circulating sources, keyword is some. Others are only included because of their rarity. For example, the versions of "Murder Incorporated" are only included because of their completeness; they include the full take with no fade. "Glory Days" is included because it includes the full take as well, with no fade and with the extra verse that was cut from the officially released version, although it is a little distorted at times. The three tracks from the Darkness sessions that are included here ("Frankie," "I Wanna Be With You," and "Darkness On The Edge Of Town") sounded better to me than circulating sources; you be the judge. As to the lineage of the cassettes, I have no clue. There is a fair amount of hiss on the tapes, so they can't be that low of a generation. But whatever the source of the original songs on the tapes, they sound pretty damn good. And this upload kind of overlaps Bruce laying down a majority of the tracks on the Born In The USA album 35 years ago. Also on this day 40 years ago, Bruce walked into the studio for the first 
time in 3 years to start recording the Darkness album, and one of the tracks recorded that first night is featured here ("I Wanna Be With You").

Adam and the Ants - 1980-05-22 - London, UK (AUD/FLAC)



(Audience FLAC)

Electric Ballroom 

lineage
Cassette>CD-R>PC>FLAC>Traders Little Helper.

Recorded on the 'Ants Invasion Tour' 

01. Intro 
02. (You'Re So) Physical 
03. Kings Of The Wild Frontier 
04. Ants Invasion 
05. Beat My Guest 
06. Cleopatra 
07. Picasso 
08. Kick 
09. Fall In 
10. Killer In The Home 
11. Press Darlings 
12. Cartrouble 
13. Table Talk 
14. Zerox 
15. Fat Fun 
16. A.N.T.S. 
17. Plastic Surgery 

Jane's Addiction - 2010-02-23 - Sydney, AU (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

Live at the Enmore Theater

DVD artwork can be found here

01 - Up The Beach
02 - Mountain Song
03 - Had A Dad
04 - Three Days
05 - Whores
06 - Then She Did
07 - Been Caught Stealing
08 - 1%
09 - Ocean Size
10 - Ted, Just Admit It
11 - Stop!
12 - Jane Says
13 - Chip Away

Notes:
DVD has full menus and has been converted to NTSC format (original DVD by ridleybradout was PAL). Video was captured from a webcast and converted to DVD by ridleybradout on the xiola.org Jane's board. Source is pro-shot.

Leonard Cohen - 2010-09-01 - Florence, IT (AUD/FLAC)


(Audience FLAC)

Leonard Cohen 
Piazza Santa Croce 
Florence, Italy 
September 1, 2010 
(Mauro R / Dario R Master Series Volume One) 

Recording: Sony ECM717 > Sony MZ-R700 
Location: Sector A2, Seat 42 (20 meters stage right) 

Transfer: MZ-R700 Minidisc Master > .wav file transfer > iZotope RX and Ozone 5 (mastered) > Peak Pro XT (post production) > xACT 2.37 > FLAC 

01 Dance Me To The End Of Love 
02 The Future 
03 Bird On The Wire 
04 Everybody Knows 
05 In My Secret Life 
06 Who By Fire 
07 Born In Chains 
08 Chelsea Hotel #2 
09 Waiting For The Miracle 
10 Anthem 
11 Tower Of Song 
12 Suzanne 
13 Sisters Of Mercy 
14 The Partisan 
15 Boogie Street 
16 Hallelujah 
17 I'm Your Man 
18 Take This Waltz 
19 Famous Blue Raincoat 
20 If It Be Your Will 
21 First We Take Manhattan 
22 I Tried To Leave You 

Known Faults: Known 

With this release we begin a new master series of recordings of Italian taper Mauro R. and his brother Dario. Mauro has spent the last 35+ years documenting the Italian concert scene, you have probably heard a number of his 1980's recordings and many of you have probably heard of him, but this will mark the first time his recordings have been properly presented from his masters. 

Mauro and I go back to the mid 1980's when we both taped and traded hundreds of shows with each other. In the 1990's as life took over and we both became busier and busier we fell out of touch. Though Mauro has continued to tape he began to physically trade less and less, therefore many of his shows over the last decade or so remain uncirculated and he is not currently a member of dime or any torrent site. Through a mutual collector friend (thank you hubresh) we have re-established contact. It's like we never lost touch and he is very excited to share their work with all of us. 

When I say they document the shows they go to that's an understatement. He and his brother cover both taping and shooting photos. They shot over 700 photos of this particular show. In the future you will find many of their photos included in the torrents as well as used for the covers (as the covers for this show are using their photos). 

We begin our series with a show I don't believe has appeared on dime in any form. Leonard Cohen's only Italian stop on the 2010 leg of his long world tour. 
The 2010 leg of the World Tour was an extension of the 2008-2009 World Tour that would eventually total 246 shows. Florence was an open air event in the beautiful Piazza Santa Croce, taking place after a nine day break. 

Recorded approximately 20 meters from the stage, this is a gorgeous capture with strong vocals and excellent instrument separation and a wide stereo spectrum. 

Kraftwerk 3D - 2017-06-14 - Gateshead, UK (AUD/FLAC)




(Audience FLAC)

The Sage 
Gateshead 
UK 
2017-06-14 

lineage
SP-CMC-4U > TASCAM DR-40 > Sound Forge Pro 10 > Trader's Little Helper (level 8)

01 Intro 
02 Numbers 
03 Computer World 
04 It's More Fun to Compute/Home Computer 
05 Computer Love 
06 The Man-Machine 
07 Spacelab 
08 The Model 
09 Neon Lights 
10 Autobahn (short version) 
11 Airwaves 
12 Intermission/News 
13 Geiger Counter/Radioactivity 
14 Electric Cafe 
15 Tour De France/Prologue/Etape 1/Chrono/Etape 2 
16 Trans Europe Express/Metal on Metal/Abzug 
17 Encore Break Eins 
18 The Robots 
19 Encore Break Zwei 
20 Aerodynamik 
21 Planet Of Visions (short version) 
22 Boing Boom Tschak/Techno Pop/Music Non Stop 

A Rocking Regimental Recording

notes by the taper
Not my usual fayre...when this show was announced I had a real "do I, don't I" moment, ultimately reconciled by taking the view that they're "on the doorstep", so I'd might as well as the likelihood is I'd never have as convenient an opportunity to see these frontiersmen again. Convenient it may have been, easy it wasn't. Tickets sold out in minutes. I hadn't appreciated just how strong a following this lot still had, and when I got to the venue it was clear this was going to be "an event". Lots of Kraftwerk "lookalikes" (red shirts, black ties & trousers...), people of a certain age having made some effort. I like an air of expectancy before a concert, and this one had it in sack loads...with the added twist of everyone wearing 3D glasses to fully appreciate the 3D imagery that animated the show. And so, on with the show - and it is a SHOW. Four virtually static performers at their illuminated podiums, in front of a giant screen from which eminated retro-techno imagery. And boy, does it take you back...to a time when even I felt technology was almost understandable yet wonderous at the same time. So, so stylish...a bit kitsch one might argue, but comforting nevertheless. A perfect accompanyment to the regimented electronica which was surprisingly familiar to even a sceptic like me. My curiosity was well founded, and like everyone else I was soon immersed in the experience, almost disappearing into the pools of lo-fi digital landscapes hypnotised by the heavy, metronomic pulse of the "pioneers at the podium". This is more than a concert, it's an experience...an art installation perhaps. It ain't rock 'n' roll, but it's infectiously entertaining nevertheless. The show seemed to last less time than it took for the tickets to sell out, the truth being that we'd been engaged for a little over two hours. Whilst there was much enthusiastic cheering between pieces, the audience was absorbed into virtual silence during the numbers.

Gary Numan - 2015-09-29/30, 2015-10-01 - Los Angeles, CA (AUD/FLAC)

(Audience FLAC)

Gary Numan 
Teragram Ballroom - Los Angeles, CA 
performs his classic albums: 
Replicas: September 29th, 2015 
The Pleasure Principle: September 30th, 2015 
Telekon: October 1st, 2015 

"Living Ornaments 2015" 


"I am the final silence. The last electrician alive. And they called me the 'sparkle'" - I Dream of Wires [1980] 

"This could be it. This could be nothing. Will you remember when the 'sparkle' dies down?" - War Songs [1982] 

Taper: mixter_ 

Dedicated to my friends Alan and Matt for the blocking assistance! 

VG- / VG / VG+ 

Lineage / Equipment: 
12' - 15' from rail (dead center) / 15' from center ceiling speaker array / fob -> 6.7' h -> at933's (4.7k dt mod) cards -> naiant pipsqueak pre (+4dB) -> sony pcm-m10 (24/48) -> san disk mobile ultra 16gb class 10 micro sd - 48mb/s -> reader -> audition 3.0 (minor level adjustments - fades - normalization - de-clap process - slight EQ) -> audition 3.0 (dither to 16/44.1) -> cd wave editor (track split) -> tlh (flac level 8, etc...) -> DIME -> you -> sense of enjoyment -> sharing is caring -> support the artist (yes) -XX convert to mp3 (no!!!) 

Night 1: Replicas 
01. Replicas (Extended) 
02. Me! I Disconnect From You 
03. The Machman 
04. You Are In My Vision 
05. It Must Have Been Years 
06. We Are So Fragile * 
07. Praying To The Aliens 
08. When The Machines Rock 
09. I Nearly Married A Human 
10. Down In The Park 
11. Do You Need The Service? * 
12. Are 'Friends' Electric? 
13. I Die: You Die # 
14. Films 
15. This Wreckage 
16. Cars 
17. Metal 
18. We Are Glass # 
19. 'Encore Break' 
20. Are You Real? + 
21. Jo The Waiter + 

01:31:15 

Night 2: The Pleasure Principle 

01. Asylum ^ 
02. Airlane 
03. Metal 
04. Films 
05. M.E. 
06. Tracks 
07. Observer 
08. Conversation 
09. Engineers 
10. Complex 
11. Cars 
12. Down In The Park 
13. Me! I Disconnect From You 
14. I'm An Agent 
15. We Are Glass # 
16. Remind Me To Smile 
17. Are 'Friends' Electric? 
18. I Die: You Die # 
19. 'Encore Break' 
20. Friends + 
21. My Shadow In Vain + 

01:23:30 

Night 3: Telekon 
01. This Wreckage (Extended) 
02. Remind Me To Smile 
03. Telekon 
04. Sleep By Windows 
05. I Dream Of Wires 
06. I'm An Agent 
07. The Aircrash Bureau 
08. Remember I Was Vapour 
09. Please Push No More 
10. The Joy Circuit 
11. We Are Glass # 
12. I Die: You Die # 
13. Cars 
14. Down In The Park 
15. M.E. 
16. Metal 
17. Are 'Friends' Electric? 
18. 'Encore Break' 
19. Everyday I Die + 
20. We Are So Fragile * 

01:33:20 

0 Replicas B-Side 
^ Pleasure Principle B-Side 
# Telekon A-Side 
+ Tubeway Army debut album track 

Performed by... 
Gary Numan - Vocals, Occasional Synthesizer, Rhythm Guitar and Acoustic Guitar on R21 
Richard Beasley - Drums, Percussion 
Josh Giroux - Keyboards, Synthesizers 
Steve Harris - Lead Guitar, Additional Syntesizer, Acoustic Guitar on R21, T07, T08, T09, 
Backing Vocals on R16, T02 
Tim Muddiman - Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals on R16, T02 
Gareth Thomas - Piano, Synthesizers 

The Rolling Stones - 1970-1974 - Studio Sessions (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Title: Studio Sessions 1970 - 1974
Source: Sb 5+ Stereo and Mono Recording
Lineage: Mid Valley (Special Sampler Disc) Boot 1CD > WAV > EAC > FLAC
* Blood Brother Bonus Disc

01: Brown Sugar (mono Mix)
02: Bitch (Mono Mix)
03: Dead Flowers (Alternate Mix)
04: Criss Cross Man (unreleased Song)
05: Plundered My Soul (Radio Mix)
06: Loving Cup (Alternate Take)
07: Silver Train (Alternate Take)
08: 100 Years Ago (Alternate Take)
09: Winter (Alternate Take)
10: Ain't Too Proud To Beg (Alternate Take)
11: If You Can't Rock Me (Alternate Take)
12: Till The Next Goodbye (Alternate Take)
13: Drift Away (Alternate Take)
14: Dance Little Sister (Alternate Take & Long Version)
15: Finger Print File (Alternate Take & Original Pitch)
16: Time Waits For No One (Long Version)

Sea Level - 1977-02-07 - Chicago, IL (FM/FLAC) by REQUEST




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Ivanhoe Theater

Source:
SBD > FM > Master Cassette > ? > CD > EAC > MKW > SHN

Chuck Leavell: keyboards
Jaimoe: percussion
Lamar Williams: bass
Jimmy Nalls: guitar

01. Tidal Wave
02. Rain in Spain
03. Scarborough Fair
04. Hideaway
05. Hot 'Lanta
06. Patriotic Flag Waver
07. Grand Larceny
08. Statesboro Blues
09. Midnight Pass
10. I'm Ready

Blondie - 1977-11-19 - Amsterdam, NL (FM/FLAC)



(FM broadcast FLAC)

Lineage :
Master copy - Maxell XLII > SONY DVDRX970 > DVD+R > DVD Audio Extractor 4.5.4 (WAV) > Audacity (splitting) > FLAC Frontend > FLAC 8

01. Detroit 442
02. A Shark In Jets Clothing
03. In The Sun
04. Little Girl Lies
05. Denis
06. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear
07. Fanmail
08. Look Good In Blue
09. Man Overboard
10. Rifle Range
11. In The Flesh
12. Cautious Lip
13. I'm On E
14. Love At The Pier
15. Contact In A Red Square
16. I Didn't Have To Nerve To Say No
17. Bermuda Triangle Blues (Flight 45)
18. Kidnapper
19. Rip Her To Shreads
20. Youth Napped A Sniper

Iron Maiden - 1998-09-25 - Stockholm, SWE (SBD/FLAC) by REQUEST



(Soundboard FLAC)

Isstadion 
Stockholm 
Sweden 
1998-09-25 

Lineage: 
CDr - HD - Wave - TLH flac level 8 with Checksums

cd 1 
01. Futureal 
02. The Angel And The Gambler 
03. Man On The Edge 
04. Lightning Strikes Twice 
05. Heaven Can Wait 
06. The Clansman 
07. When Two Worlds Collide 
08. Lord Of The Flies 
09. 2 Minutes To Midnight 

cd 2 
01. The Educated Fool 
02. Sign Of The Cross 
03. Afraid To Shoot Strangers 
04. Hallowed Be Thy Name 
05. The Evil That Men Do 
06. Fear Of The Dark 
07. Iron Maiden 
08. Audience

Jimi Hendrix & B.B. King - 1968-04-15 - New York City, NY (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Jimi Hendrix & B.B. King 
w/ Paul Butterfield, Al Kooper, 
Elvin Bishop & more 
Generation Club, 
New York City, NY, USA 
April 15th, 1968 

Main Source: SBD>??>CDR 

Alt. Source: SBD>??>CDR 

Remastering: EAC>Steinberg Mastering Edition Enhanced>CDWAV>SHN 

CD 1 {requires 80 min. disc} [79:42.56] 
01. Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues* [08:21.50] 
02. Kooper's Shuffle* [07:48.14] 
03. Like A Rolling Stone [08:05.49] 
04. Jam [24:18.64] 
05. Intro By B.B. King [01:24.37] 
06. Slow Blues [17:39.26] 
07. Fast Blues// [03:30.20] 
08. //It's My Own Fault [08:34.21] 

*=Jimi not playing on these tracks 

Comment: 
Unknown Band Name: 
B.B. King (guitar & vocals), 
Jimi Hendrix (guitar & vocals), 
Elvin Bishop (guitar), 
Buzzy Feiten (bass), 
Paul Butterfield (harmonica), 
Al Kooper (organ) 
Philip Wilson (drums), 
Stuart ? (piano), 
Don Martin (guitar). 

Jimi Hendrix was at the top of this flight in blues progression and it was in 1968 that he was soaking in the New York jam scene unlike any other artist and on the evening of April 15, 1968, Hendrix took to the stage with B.B. King. Paul Butterfield, Elvin Bishop, Al Kooper and many others for one of the world’s greatest blues jams ever captured in a small club setting. 
Apparently this show was a tribute to Martin Luther King, shortly after his assassination. 

Notes: This copy is fixed copy of my original seed. 
I came across 2 diffrent recordings of this show. 
The main source sounded better than the alt. source. Alt. 
Source for entire tracks of d1t01(Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues) and d1t02(Kooper's Shuffle). 
D1t01(Ad Libbed Impromptu Blues) redundancy @7:35 removed. 58 seconds of redundancy removed. 
From D1t03(Like A Rolling Stone) on the main source was used what was intacked. Alt. 
source was also used to patch the beginning of d1t03(Like A Rolling Stone) @ 0:04 and 
the end @ 7:38. D1t04(Jam) there is a ?reel? flip @ 18:18 on both sources, alt. s 
ource was used to patch @ 17:53 thru 18:18 which was missing on main source, also alt. 
source patch @ 24:13. D1t05(Intro By B.B. King) alt. source from 0:00 thru 0:04 ?reel? flip @ 0:55 on both sources. 
D1t06(Slow Blues) ?reel? flip @ 4:15 on both sources. D1t07(Fast Blues) cuts off with only 3:30 intacked. 
D1t08(It's My Own Fault) cuts in with no way to tell how much is missing Hopefully a better copy surfaces of this one. 

The Runaways - 1976-07-19 - Cleveland, OH (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Agora Theater

Quality: A
Source: Radio FM
Artwork Included

01. California Paradise
02. Cherry Bomb
03. Take It Or Leave It
04. Secrets
05. You Drive Me Wild
06. C'mon
07. Blackmail
08. Wild Thing
09. Don't Abuse Me
10. Rock 'N' Roll
11. Is It Day Or Night?
12. Johnny Guitar
13. Dead End Justice 

John Lee Hooker - 1983-05-09 - Berlin, DE (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

John Lee Hooker 
Metropol, Berlin, Germany 
09th May 1983 

Lineage: NDR2 FM radio broadcast(on 15th May 1984) > Philips tape deck > BASF CRO2 90min master tape > playback on Onkyo tape deck > Pioneer stand alone CD recorder > CD > EAC(secure mode, enjoy EAC log in German language) > Wav > Flac Frontend(level8) > Flac (> thetradersden/dime > YOU) 
Taper: Axel himself 
File Size: 344MB 

John Lee Hooker: Vocals, Guitar 
Michael Osborne: Guitar 
Deacon Jones: Hammond B3 
Stefen Arthur Erman: Bass, Vocals 
Timothy Richards: Drums

01) Announcement by Michael Naura 
02) She's Gone 
03) Serve Me Right To Suffer (tape flip) 
04) Serve Me Right To Suffer (ending) 
05) Boom Boom 
06) Worried Life Blues ~ Jealous On You 
07) "slow Blues" 
08) Boogie Chillun 
09) "shuffle" 
10) Put On Your Red Dress (Hi-Heel Sneakers) 
11) Announcement by Michael Naura 

Length: 54:32min 

John Lee Hooker - 1979-04-04 - Colden, NY (SBD/FLAC)

(Soundboard FLAC)

Belle Starr Lounge,

1st set

lineage
1st generation > reel to reel > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 equalizer > tascam cdrw750 > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac

01. My Baby Gone and Left (band only)
02. How Long Can You Go (instrumental), (band only)
03. John Lee Hooker intro > I Gambled All of Your Love,
04. Rainin'
05. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
06. Serves Me Right to Suffer (some wow & flutter first 50 sec.)
07. Rock Steady
08. Life Ain't The Same
09. The Boogie (fades out at the very end)

Killer quality soundboard, no words to tell how superb this show is.....

Noel Gallagher - 2015-12-07 - London, UK (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Radio 2 In Concert 

BBC Radio Theatre, London, England 

Lineage 
BBC Radio 2 FM broadcast > Harmon Kardon TU980 tuner > TEAC CDRW890 standalone CD recorder > WAV (EAC in secure mode) > FLAC (TLH @ level 8)

01 - (It's Good) To Be Free 
02 - Talk Tonight 
03 - The Death Of You And Me 
04 - If I Had A Gun... 
05 - D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman? 
06 - Listen Up 
07 - Sad Song 
08 - The Importance Of Being Idle 
09 - Cast No Shadow 
10 - Half The World Away 
11 - Slide Away 
12 - Band introductions 
13 - Wonderwall 
14 - Band introductions 
15 - AKA... What A Life! 
16 - Don't Look Back In Anger 

Bruce Springsteen - 1988-07-03 - Stockholm, SWE (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band 

Title: N/A 
Label: N/A 
Catalog #: N/A 
Source: Soundboard/The Netherlands Radio Broadcast 
Format 2CD 
Total Time: 1 hours 25 minutes 00 seconds 
Date: July 03, 1988
Location: Olympic Stadium, Stockholm, Sweden 

Lineage: Master Cassette Tapes TDK AD Normal Bias 120us EQ -> Technics M260 Stereo Cassette Dec -> Transfert with Cable -> Nero Wav Editor -> wav -> THL -> Flac (level 6) Align on Sector Boundaries 

included: md5 (wav/flac), ffp, Frequency-Spectral Analysis, Info file and Par2 Recovery files at 10%. 

CD 1: (47:00) 
101 Tunnel Of Love 
102 Boom Boom 
103 Adam Raised A Cain 
104 The River 
105 All That Heaven Will Allow 
106 Seeds 
107 Roulette 
108 Cover Me (fade out) 

CD 2: (38:00) 
201 Brilliant Disguise (fade in) 
202 Tougher Than The Rest 
203 Intro 
204 Spare Parts 
205 War 
206 Born In The USA 
207 Intro 
208 Chimes Of Freedom 

Note: 
Incomplete show, only the first set was trasmissed by Radio 
This is the Master Cassette that Frans recorded from the Radio, the audio is fade out at the end of "Cover Me" and fade in at "Brilliant Disguise" for turn the tape. 

from Brucebase: 
1988-07-03 - STOCKHOLMS STADION, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN 
FM Broadcast of the first set. Audience tape of whole concert and show is filmed from the audience. 34 song set, and one of the best shows of the tour. "Downbound Train" makes its tour debut. “All That Heaven Will Allow” and “Spare Parts” have shorter intro stories than we got during the first leg of the tour. On the other hand the “You Can Look (But You Better Not Touch)” intro story is expanded almost into a song of it’s own (Don’t You Touch That Thing). The solo acoustic “Born To Run” goes without the usual spoken intro. "Adam Raised A Cain" includes "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "I'm A Man" in the outro. "Cover Me" includes "Gimme Shelter" in the outro. "Dancing In The Dark" includes "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love" and "Lookin' For A Love" in the outro. "Roulette" makes its European debut and "Quarter To Three" is performed for the first time since 1981. Radio broadcast portion released on CD "Summer Night" (Crystal Cat). The rest of the show released as "Summer Night Part 2" (Piggham). Audio recording of “Chimes Of Freedom” from this show (both with and without Bruce’s spoken intro announcing the “Human Rights Now!” Amnesty tour) was officially released on various 12” and CD EPs later that year, including the well-known Chimes Of Freedom EP. Thanks to Per for additional info. 

Bruce Springsteen - 2012-06-03 - Lisboa, PT (FM/FLAC)




(FM broadcast FLAC)

Rock in Rio Lisboa, 
Parque da Bela Vista

Source: 
FM RFM> Tuner Denon TU-460> Amplifier Technics SU-V500> Zoom H2 line in> WAV 16bits> FLAC 

01. Spirit in the Night 
02. Because The Night 
03. No Surrender 
04. She's The One 
05. I'm On Fire 
06. Shackled and Drawn 

This is all that was allowed to be broadcasted! 

John Mayall - 1972-04-12 - Gothenburg, SWE (FM/FLAC)


(FM broadcast FLAC)

superb FM Broadcast from FB Master.

lineage
Master cassette > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 audio equalizer > tascam audio cdrw750 > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.

John Mayall - vcs, hca, piano, gtr.
Keef Hartley - drums
Freddie Robinson - gtr.
Blue Mitchell - trumpet
Clifford Solomon - tenor sax
Victor Gaskin - bass

01 - Driving Dangerously >
02 - Mess Around Intro
03 - Swedish DJ >
04 - Mess Around
05 - Good Time Boogie > Drum Solo > That’s Alright With You > Band Intro >
06 - Times Are Getting Tougher
07 - I Wish I Could Understand > Baby What Do You Have To Lose
08 - Dry Throat

Taper : FB
Transfered, remastered and uploaded on Dime by 38f

Johnny Winter - 1987-01-27 - Bremen, DE (pre-FM/FLAC)




(pre-FM FLAC)

Johnny Winter Band
Bremen, Germany 
Stadthalle IV 

preFM (DVD) - xACT

Johnny Winter (g,voc)
John Paris (b,harm)
Tom Compton (dr)

01 Sound The Bell
02 Don't Take Advantage Of Me
03 Third Degree
04 Mojo Boogie
05 Highway 61 Revisited
06 Jumpin' Jack Flash

min 57:27

Led Zeppelin - How the west was REALLY Won (SBD/FLAC)



(Soundboard FLAC)

Show Venue:
LA 6/25/72

Source:
Audio - Soundboard

Audio Quality/Production Info:
A+ -> Audience

When Zeppelin release "How the West Was Won" they cut out a fair amount of Rock, Plantations, and Genius that was Led Zeppelin. Here is the COMPLETE show from 6/25/72 where the boot - Burn Like a Candle picks up where the release falls short. This a a really great and complete performance from Zeppelin in thier prime!

Tin Machine - 1992-01-30 - Osaka, JP (SBD/FLAC)


(Soundboard FLAC)

The sound quality of this is exceptional and very clean - better than most soundboards. I obtained this from a band member's friend so it's never been circulated until now. Let us all bask in the beauty of its' rarity.

David Bowie: Vocals, Sax, Guitar
Reeves Gabrels: Guitar, Vocals
Hunt Sales: Drums, Vocals
Tony Sales: Bass, Vocals
Eric Schemmerhorn: Guitar

01-intro
02-Debaser (Pixies)
03-If There Is Something (Roxy Music)
04-I've Been Waiting For You (Neil Young) w/Reeves Gabrels on vox - very rare.
TM played this rarely, once released on the Oy Vey, Baby video, filmed in Germany
05-I Can't Read
06-Baby Can Dance
07-Betty Wrong
08-Stateside
09-Go Now
10-Shopping For Girls
11-Sacrifice Yourself
12-You Can't Talk
13-Baby Universal
14-Bus Stop
15-You Belong In Rock And Roll
16-Heaven's In Here
17-Sorry
18-Under The God

John Lee Hooker - 1985-06-23 - San Francisco, CA (SBD/FLAC)




(Soundboard FLAC)

John Lee Hooker & The Coast to Coast Blues Band w/ Carlos Santana 
Air Lift Benefit,The Polo Fields,Golden Gate Park, SF June 23rd, 1985 

lineage
SB UNKNOWN LINEAGE > CASSETTE > M-AUDIO TRANSIT > COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

01. Shake Your Money Maker 
02. I Don't Know 
03. JLH Intro >One Monday Morning * 
04. I Don't Know * 
05. Boom,Boom * 
06. Serve Me Right To Suffer * 
07. High Heeled Sneekers * 
08. Boogie Chillin' * 
09. Jam 

* with Carlos Santana