Repost Bonanza: Neil Young – Westwood One Superstar Concert Series #1

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Neil Young
Westwood One Superstar Concert Series
Show #05-09
for broadcast the weekend of February 26/27, 2005
Edited directly from the original radio discs

Download: FLAC/MP3

01. Introduction
02. Pocahontas *
03. Harvest Moon *
04. Journey Through The Past *
05. On The Way Home *
06. Cowgirl In The Sand *
07. Don’t Let It Bring You Down *
08. Birds *
09. Human Highway *
10. After The Gold Rush **
11. Old Man **
12. Heart Of Gold **
13. Promo Spot

* Farm Aid 2004 – Auburn, Wa 2004-09-18
** Farm Aid 2002 – Burgettstown, PA 2002-09-21

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Repost Bonanza: Neil Young – The Joel Bernstein Tapes

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Neil Young
The Complete Joel Bernstein tapes (all 22 songs)
Acoustic soundboard compilation, November 1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

Sources: Tracks 1-9 and 12-22: “Acoustic Young” bootleg Tracks 10 and 11: “River of Pride” bootleg

1. Campaigner, Boston 11/22/76 E
2. Old Laughing Lady, Atlanta 11/24/76 E
3. Human Highway, Madison, Wis. 11/14/76
4. Tell Me Why, Chicago 11/15/76 L
5. After the Goldrush, Houston 11/11/76
6. Harvest, Boston 11/22/76 L
7. Mr. Soul, New York City 11/20/76 E
8. Here We Are in the Years, Atlanta 11/24/76 L
9. Journey Through the Past, Boston 11/22/76 L
10. Heart of Gold, Fort Worth, Texas 11/10/76
11. A Man Needs a Maid, New York City 11/20/76 L
12. White Line, Fort Worth, Texas 11/10/76
13. Give Me Strength, New York City 11/20/76 L
14. No One Seems to Know, Boulder, Colo. 11/7/76
15. Mellow My Mind, New York City 11/20/76 E
16. Too Far Gone, Boulder, Colo. 11/6/76
17. Needle and the Damage Done, Atlanta 11/24/76 E
18. Pocahontas, Atlanta 11/24/76 L
19. Roll Another Number, Boston 11/22/76 L
20. Losing End, Atlanta, 11/24/76 L
21. Love is a Rose, Houston 11/11/76
22.Sugar Mountain, 11/24/76 L

Joel Bernstein worked with Neil Young as a photographer and as his musical archivist. He compiled soundboard recordings of his favorite performances from Neil’s acoustic sets in November 1976. These recordings have been widely distributed for a long time — I believe they first appeared on vinyl under the title “Last Plane Outta Here.” (Vinyl is NOT the source of what I have here.) Most Young collectors have these recordings, but most of them have the version taken from the bootleg titled “Acoustic Young,” which is missing two of the 22 songs: “Heart of Gold” and “A Man Needs a Maid.” Here I’ve used the 20 tracks from “Acoustic Young” and inserted the missing songs in the original correct running order. Those two songs are take from the “River of Pride” bootleg, which I think has slightly lower sound quality compared with “AY,” though you may not notice it.

I’ve equalized the volume because the stuff was taken from two sources. Note that although these are soundboard recordings, they are not direct from the master. The tapes were passed around between friends until someone finally bootleged them. I consider the sound to be excellent for a bootleg — especially one from 1976 — though it’s not official-release quality. It’s a very enjoyable disc, and I consider it to be an essential part of a good Neil Young collection.

Artwork is included.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Winnipeg, Canada (11/16/12)

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Neil Young
2012-11-16
MTS Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
w/ Crazy Horse

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage: Schoeps MK4> Tinybox> Edirol R-09 (16bit/44.1 Khz)
Transfer: SD/USB > Wavlab 6.0 saved to 16 bit>Soundforge 7.0 for slight editing > CD wave 1.93 split > Traders Little Helper 2.4.1 > flac
Location: right stack

Setlist
01. Intro
02. Love And Only Love
03. Powderfinger
04. Born In Ontario
05. Walk Like A Giant
06. The Needle And The Damage Done
07. Twisted Road
08. Singer Without A Song
09. Ramada Inn
10. Cinnamon Girl
11. F*!#in’ Up
12. Mr. Soul
13. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
encore
14. Roll Another Number

Tour: 2012 Crazy Horse Tour
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Frank Sampedro – electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot – bass, vocals
Ralph Molina – drums, vocals

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – Outtakes, Part II (Originals)

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Van Morrison
Outtakes –Part Two (originals)

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1. Ain’t Working For You (aka Diabolic Pressure)
2. When I Deliver
3. You Move Me
4. Don’t Change On Me
5. Down To Earth
6. Feedback on Highway 101
7. I Shall Sing
8. It Hurts To Want It So Bad
9. Naked in the Jungle, version 2
10. Tell me About Your Love
11. There There Child (live)
12. You Got the Power
13. The Street Only Knew Your Name, version 2
14. Wonderful Remark (alternate vocal)
15. Cleaning Windows (alternate R rated vocal)
16. Street Theory, version 2

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – Outtakes, Part I (Covers)

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Van Morrison
Outtakes – Part One (covers)

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1. Misty (with George Benson)
2. Stormy Monday (with The Band)
3. Who Do You love (with the Band)
4. Goodnight Irene
5. Honky Tonk Angels
6. Spare Me A Little
7. I’m Ready
8. Grits Ain’t Groceries
9. John Brown’s Body
10. Caledonia
11. What’s Up
12. Dead Girls of London (with Frank Zappa)

I had no idea where this came from when I originally posted it back in 2011, and I’m still clueless.

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (10/09/85)

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VAN MORRISON
1985-10-09
Dominion Theatre
London, England
+ radio filler

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Disc 1:
01. Inarticulate Speech of the Heart No. 2 /
02. Baby Please Don’t Go /
03. Gloria /
04. Here Comes The Night /
05. Brown Eyed Girl
06. Jackie Wilson Said
07. It’s All In The Game / You Know What They’re Writing About
08. Northern Muse (Solid Ground) / Purple Heather
09. Vanlose Stairway
10. Help Me
11. She Gives Me Religion
12. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
13. What Would I Do
14. Cleaning Windows
15. Sweet Thing / When Heart Is Open
16. Dweller On The Threshold
17. Hard Nose The Highway
18. Bright Side Of The Road

Disc 2:
01. Tore Down A La Rimbaud
02. Ancient Of Days
03. A New Kind Of Man
***** LACKING Summertime In England
***** LACKING A Sense Of Wonder
***** LACKING Send In The Clowns
***** LACKING The Master’s Eyes
***** LACKING Spirit
***** LACKING Full Force Gale

=== 1987-07-07 Hammersmith Odeon, London, England ===
04. Foreign Window
05. Cleaning Windows
06. One Irish Rover
07. Here Comes The Knight / A Sense Of Wonder
08. The Mystery

=== 1985-12-05 Malmo, Sweden ===
09. radio interview by phone

=== 1985-12-05 Sopavillonen, Copenhagen, Denmark with the Danish Radio Big Band ===
10. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
11. MC speaks
12. Listen To The Lion
13. MC speaks
14. Vanlose Stairway

LINEUP (1985-10-09):
Van Morrison ñ vocals & other instruments (??)
John Allair ñ organ
Ritchie Buckley – tenor saxophone
Tom Donlinger ñ drums
Pee Wee Ellis ñ saxophone
David Hayes ñ bass
Artie McGlynn – guitar

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Montreux, Switzerland (11/07/84) – “Summertime in Montreux”

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VAN MORRISON
Summertime In Montreux
(Bootleg CD)
Montreux, Switzerland
11/07/84

Download: FLAC/MP3

Doberman 081/082
(Released 1997)

CD1:
Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart (8:28)
Medley: Baby, Please Don’t Go / Gloria / Here Comes The Night / Brown Eyed Girl (5:48)
I Will Be There (2:36)
Jackie Wilson Said (2:33)
St. Dominic’s Preview (5:56)
It’s All In The Game (7:44)
Vanlose Stairway (5:13)
Hardnose The Highway (3:44)
Help Me (4:50)
If You Only Knew (2:42)
Total time: (49:47)

CD2:
Northern Muse (Solid Ground) (3:57)
Haunts Of Ancient Peace (6:20)
She Gives Me Religion (4:02)
Ballerina (5:17)
Summertime In England (10:35)
Celtic Swing (4:33)
Instrumental Jam (13:22)
Cleaning Windows (3:50)
What Would I Do (6:32)
Total time: (58:28)

All songs recorded at the Jazz Festival in Montreux, Switzerland on 11/7/84

Review from Niall Connors:
This is a first-rate FM recording of the complete show (unlike Haunts of Ancient Peace and I Can’t Go On… But I’ll Go On). The “I Will Be There”, “Jackie Wilson” and “St. Dominic’s” trio are all great versions; additionally, this set features my favorite “Vanlose Stairway” and “Ballerina” boot renditions. The sound is superb: on a par with Down By Avalon and Edinburgh Castle.

Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (07/07/84)

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Van Morrison
“Santa’s Second Delivery”
Dominion Theatre
London, UK
June 7, 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Unknown audience recording > Cassette tape masters* > TDK AD90/TDK AD60 (Dolby B ON) > Sony D6 (Dolby B ON) > ? > Soundforge 8 (tracking, fades, joins) > FLAC.

*Tracks 9-12 on CD 2 were recorded by MR from a different position and are used due to a tape fault with primary taper MS. Quality is only slightly inferior and no changes have been made to compensate. There is a brief cut at the start of CD 2, track 9. Taped by MR and MS, converted by JTT. Artwork by JTT.

CD 1:
01. Moondance (instrumental)
02. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart No.1 (instrumental)
03. Inarticulate Speech Of The Heart No.2 (instrumental) > (intro)
04. Baby Please Don’t Go > Gloria > Here Comes The Night > Brown-Eyed Girl
05. The Way Young Lovers Do
06. Astral Weeks
07. I Will Be There
08. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven When You Smile)
09. Saint Dominic’s Preview
10. It’s All In The Game
11. Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
12. Vanlose Stairway
13. Help Me
14. Madame George
15. Ballerina
16. Hard Nose The Highway
17. Dweller On The Threshhold

CD 2:
01. Beautiful Vision
02. Haunts Of Ancient Peace
03. And It Stoned Me
04. Cry For Home
05. She Gives me Religion
06. Cleaning Windows
07. What Would I Do
08. Summertime In England

Encore:
09. Full Force Gale
10. Tupelo Honey
11. Bright Side Of The Road
12. Benediction (Thank God For Self Love)

Repost Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (08/22/68)

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Grateful Dead
68-08-22
Fillmore West
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 14915

source 1: SBD>MR>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN (mono)
source
2: SBD>MR>C>D>CD>EAC>SHN (stereo)

source 1 provides
everything except the Alligator->WBYGN portion

Disc 1 (26:38)
set 1:

1. //St. Stephen–> (4:25)
2. The Eleven–> (13:50)
3. Death Don’t Have No Mercy (8:21)

Disc 2 (66:59)
set 2:

1. Dark Star (12:17)
2. Cryptical Envelopment–> (1:50)
3. The Other One%–> (4:01)
4. Cryptical Envelopment–> (6:20)
5. New Potato Caboose (13:15)
6. Alligator–> (3:26)
7. Drums–> (5:38)
8. Jam–> (9:27)
9. Caution–> (5:47)
10. Feedback%–> (3:49)
11. We Bid You Goodnight (1:05)

Notes:
–splice at 3:41 in The Other One
–several minor blemishes
during the stereo portion of the show
–minor splice at 0:06 in Feedback

-Sound Forge was used for some minor edits, including a slight pitch
correction for an excerpt and to fix a brief repeat during The Eleven.

The Confusion:
There has been a great deal of confusion regarding
the date of 8-22-68, and this shn set still has several uncertain elements.
Maybe some of this info can help:
–“source 1” (mono),
has circulated fairly commonly under “8-22-68”, though the Alligator
that accompanies that recording is actually the version from 8-21-68.
Still, there is no certainty that this material covering Stephen
through New Potato is from 8-22. It does not match any other
circulating material, though, and the intro from Bill Graham clearly
places this at the Fillmore. Furthermore, this show may circulate
with Dark Star as the opener, as it follows the Bill Graham intro.
However, Bill Graham introduced the band at the start of each set
in those days, so I’ve kept Dark Star where it was on my copy,
in position to start the 2nd set.
–“source 2” is in stereo, and has
been dated as 8-22-68 from David Gans. This portion often circulates
following an alternate mix of the material that would make up
“Two From The Vault” (8-24-68).

Other bits of reference:
–Phil’s bass is
out of tune during New Potato on 8-22, unlike the phenominal 8-24 version

the Alligator from 8-21 differs as it does not segue into Caution

the Alligator/Caution from 8-23 differs in that it does not segue
into WBYG after Feedback
–the minor cut in Feedback on 8-22 may be
disguised on some copies

Lastly, this probably isn’t the end of confusion
for 8-22, but as of Jan ’03, it’s a best guess

part of The Music Never
Stopped Project 2003

Thanks to David Litfin, David Sorochty, David Gans,
Seth Kaplan, and anyone else who helped explain anything
edits/encoding by JCotsman