Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Berkeley, CA (11/15/75)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Keystone
Berkeley, Ca
1976-11-15 Monday

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recorded By Betty Cantor-Jackson
7 Inch Nagra Master(Serial # SL11183) 1/2 Track @ 7.5 IPS
Reels # 1,2,& 4 (#3 MIA)

Analog to Digital:
Playback on Otari MX5050-Meyer VX-1 signal processor-Sony PCM R-700 DAT @ 48KHz (circa 1999)

Original zero gen DAT played back on a Sony PCM R-500-Digital Audio Labs Carddeluxe-16 bit 48KHz
Editing(Adobe Audition 3.0)-Mastering & Processing(iZotope Ozone 6)-FLAC encoding(dBpoweramp)-Tagging(Tag & Re-name)
Digital Transfer,Editing & Processing By JW:January 2015

16 bit 48Khz file set formated for music servers

t01.Set Up
t02.Second That Emotion
t03.Stop That Train
t04.Tore Up Over You
t05.Catfish John
t06.Mystery Train
t07.The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
t08.Ride The Mighty High

Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals

John Kahn – bass

Keith Godchaux – piano

Donna Godchaux – vocals

Ron Tutt – drums

Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Mama Mama Look At Emma Rose

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Van Morrison
Mama Mama Look At Emma Rose
No label

Download MP3@320

Aquarius Theater
Boston, MA
May 19, 1972
CD 1

Introduction / I’ve Been Working (8:06)
Astral Weeks (8:45)
Caravan (6:41)
I Will Be There (3:10)
Moondance (5:04)
Misty (3:54)
Tupelo Honey (6:08)
Listen To The Lion (10:11)
He Ain’t Give You None (5:49)
Wild Night (5:15)
Domino (6:11)
Total time: (69:16)

CD 2

May 19, 1972, Boston, MA conclusion
Cyprus Avenue (11:15)

November 2, 1973
“Talk about Pop”
Radio Telefos Eireann (RTE) Studios,
Dublin, Ireland – TV interview w/Tony Johnson
Wild Children (4:24)
Slim Slow Slider (3:29)
Warm Love (5:28)
Drumshanbo Hustle (6:36)
Autumn Song (6:25)

Them, April 11, 1965
“The New Musical Express Poll Winners’ Concert ’65”
Wembley Stadium, London, England
Intro/outroduction by Jimmy Savile
Here Comes The Night (3:57)
Turn On Your Love LIght (6:31)

November 4, 1978
“Saturday Night Live”
NBC Studios, New York, NY
Wavelength (5:25)
Kingdom Hall (4:01)

December 1, 1995
“The Late Late Show”, RTE Studios
Dublin, Ireland (intro by Gay Byrne)
No Religion (7:02)
That’s Life (4:01)
Total time: (68:34)

Boston show is 1st generation analog tape transfered to CDR with DAO

Administration & Liners:
Tree administration for this tree was by the infinitely resourceful dcat. Richard Batey was again the designer of some great jewel-case liners for this show.

Notes:
This is an audience recording from 27 years ago, complete with flaws. This is, however, only 1 of 2 shows from 1972 known to exist and is therefore mainly of historical/archival interest. Stunning versions of “Astral Weeks”, “He Ain’t Give You None”, and “Misty”. “He Ain’t Give You None” is given a slow blues shuffle. “Listen to the Lion” is also a definite highlight. The source of this tape is from an audience recording, so the sound quality is not as good as one would hope, but the playing is very inspired and offers an interesting perspective on the evolution of Van’s live music just before starting the Caledonia Soul Orchestra — John Plantania and Jack Schroer adding their amazing talents to the mix

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Union, NJ (09/22/74)

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Kean College
Union, NJ
September 22, 1974
JEMS Archive

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording (equipment unknown) by The Big A

JEMS 2012 transfer: master cassette (TDK D-180) > Nakamichi CR-7A >
Sound Devices USBPre2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX
click repair > Peak 6.0 with iZotope Ozone 5.0 (speed corrected) >
resample 16/44.1 via iZotope MBIT+ > FLAC

01 Spirit In The Night
02 Does This Bus Stop At 82nd Street?
03 The E Street Shuffle > Having A Party
04 For You
05 Saint In The City
06 Cupid
07 Kitty’s Back
08 Sandy
09 Rosalta
10 A Love So Fine (A Night Like This) > Shout

JEMS is very pleased to issue this previously uncirculated recording
of an historically important and otherwise unheard show.

The recording from Kean College in Union, NJ is now the earliest
document we have of the “new look” E Street Band featuring Max
Weinberg on drums and Roy Bittan on piano. According to the essential
Brucebase Wiki, this free, outdoor show (which took place behind the
student center) was the fourth date played by the new line-up,
predating by 12 days Avery Fisher Hall, October 4, which had been the
first circulating recording with Max and Roy.

It gives us a fascinating glimpse into a period of transition for
Springsteen. As such, some of the arrangements heard here are
distinctive as the reconfigured band sorts out how to play the “basic”
set. While Bruce had previously performed songs in early 1974 that
would later appear on Born to Run, the only new material essayed at
Kean is a unique version of the Born to Run outtake “A Love So Fine,”
still in such an embryonic state that the chorus sung isn’t “a love so
fine” at all, but another title rumored to have been recorded for BTR:
“A Night Like This.” He also tags the end of the song with several
lyrics from the Isley Brothers’ “Shout.” According to Brucebase, by
the time the song is played again at Avery Fisher, the chorus had
changed to “A Love So Fine” for keeps.

The Kean tape also captures the earliest known cover of Sam Cooke’s
“Cupid” and a particularly punchy full-band version of “For You,” a
song Springsteen performed solo throughout most of 1974-75. Nearly
every track here is a little different than you’re used to given that
two of the band members are still learning their parts.

Our generous taper, The Big A, says he used a “standard-for-the-time,
no-frills, fat-paperback-sized Radio Shack-type tape recorder with a
built-in mike” to record the show. That description seems to match the
tape, which has hallmarks of ALC (automatic level control) where the
first note of a song starts out loud and a bit distorted before the
level adjusts. There are some distorted frequencies in the recording
and it is not as good as the very best we have of the era. But
considering the circumstances (it was the first Bruce show he ever
taped), the outdoor venue, the gear, the PA volume, etc. it is quite a
listenable document of the performance. We worked hard to improve the
sound, but most of what you hear is just what it is. Samples provided.

Very special thanks to The Big A for loaning JEMS the master tape and
to the ER Archive, who had a copy of the show that helped lead us to
the master.

BK for JEMS

Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Paris, France (02/01/90)

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Bob Dylan
Paris, France
02/01/90
Could be the Fuehrer, Could be the Local Priest
Holy Grail Records

Download MP3@160

Intro
Most Like You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Political World
What Was It You Wanted
Tears of Rage
Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
Visions of Johanna
Mama, You Been On My Mind
Gates of Eden
It Aint’ Me Babe
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
Everything Is Broken
Lenny Bruce
Man of Peace
You’re A Big Girl Now
Like a Rolling Stone
Barbara Allen
Forever Young
Maggie’s Farm

Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Paris, France (01/31/90)

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Bob Dylan
Paris, France
1990.01.31
In the Brightness of My Night
Holy Grail Records

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Announcement
To Be Alone With You
Ballad of a Thin Man
Stuck Inside of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
John Brown
Political World
Shelter From the Stom
Highway 61 Revisited
A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
Girl of the North Country
All Along the Watchtower
Lay Lady Lay
Everything Is Broken
I’ll Remember You
In the Garden
Like a Rolling Stone
Mr. Tambourine Man
Maggie’s Farm

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Portland, ME (07/03/88)

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Bob Dylan 1988
Interstate 88 Tour
9270 Old Orchard Beach Ballpark
Old Orchard Beach
Portland, Maine
3 July 1988

Download: FLAC/MP3

source unknown

Tracks —– 77:44
1. Subterranean Homesick Blues
2. Tangled Up In Blue
3. Highway 61 Revisited
4. Simple Twist Of Fate
5. The Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
6. Masters Of War
7. The Times They Are A-Changin’
8. To Ramona
9. Trail Of The Buffalo (trad. arr. Woody Guthrie)
10. Maggie’s Farm
11. You’re A Big Girl Now
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
14. Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
15. All Along The Watchtower

LB-7988

Concert # 18 of The Never-Ending Tour. Concert # 18 of the Interstate 88 Tour, part 1: Summer Tour of North America.
Concert # 18 with the first Never-Ending Tour Band: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Kenny Aaronson
(bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

7-9 and 13 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G.E. Smith (guitar).

3 G.E. Smith (electric slide guitar).

14 G.E. Smith back-up vocal.

Note. First Never Ending Tour performance of To Ramona.

8 new songs (53%) compared to previous concert. 1 new song for this tour.
Stereo audience recording, 80 minutes.
Session info updated 15 October 1993.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – San Rafael, CA (01/25/76)

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Jerry Garcia Band
Club Front – San Rafael, CA
Studio Rehearsal
1/25/76

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 12504

MSC > DATs > Sony PCM R500 > HHB 800 CD/0 >
HHB 800 CD/1 > HP 9350i extraction using
EAC > .shn encoding using mkwACT. The last
two songs are MSR > 1R > 1C > DATs > Sony PCM
R500 > HHB 800 master CD > HHB 800 first gen
CD > HP 9350i extraction using EAC > .shn encoding
using mkwACT. Proper sector boundaries verified
using shntool.

Disc One (10) 72:56
1. //Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [5:08]
2. /I Second That Emotion [11:56]
3. Catfish John [8:04]
4. Tomorrow Is Forever [3:42]
5. Tomorrow Is Forever [6:36]
6. Tomorrow Is Forever [3:21]
7. Tomorrow Is Forever [7:37]
8. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [12:30]
9. United Our Thing Will Stand Jam [6:54]
10. //Tore Up Over You [7:05]

Disc Two (7) 65:18
1. Mystery Train [12:16]
2. Who Was John? [8:27]
3. Who Was John? [3:13]
4. Every Word You Say [8:01]
5. Sitting In Limbo [9:56]
6. Let’s Spend The Night Together [8:17] ->
7. Jam [15:07]

Notes
d1t01 Knockin’ cuts in
d1t02 Second That Emotion cuts in
d1t08 Knockin’ drop @ 0:08
d1t10 Tore Up cuts in
d2t02 Who Was John gap @ 2:08-2:14

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mark Knopfler – London, England (05/23/96) “Swinging Golden Hearts”

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Mark Knopfler
SWINGING GOLDEN HEARTS
Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 23rd May 1996
Source Soundboard

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracks CD1
Darling pretty
Walk of life
Imelda
The bug
Je suis dÈsolÈ
Calling Elvis
Last exit to Brooklyn
Romeo and Juliet
Sultans of swing
Done with Bonaparte

Tracks CD2
Telegraph road
Brothers in arms
Money for nothing

(bonus tracks removed as official on “A Night in London DVD”.
BBC building, London, UK, 15th April 1996

BONUS TRACKS:
Father and son [B]
Golden heart [B]
R¸diger [B]
Cannibals [B]
A night in summer long ago [B]
Going home [B]
Are we in trouble now [B]
Gravy train [B]

Additional comments from oneverybootleg:
One of the best radio broadcasts of the Golden heart tour.
Taken from the original silver pressed bootleg “Swinging golden hearts”.
Perfect sound quality! Great atmosphere with an amazing sounding
version of Telegraph road. Incomplete concert. As a bonus some songs
from the BBC performance are added on the second disc.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (02/26/79)

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Van Morrison
Hammersmith Odeon
London, England
Feburary 26th 1979

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Audience
Lineage: Unknown

Setlist:
101- Moondance
102- And It Stoned Me
103- Into The Mystic
104- Wavelength
105- Don’t Look Back
106- Natalia
107- Kingdom Hall
108- Crazy Love (KK) ((Missing))
109- Checkin’ It Out
110- Moonshine Whiskey
111- Tupelo Honey
201- Wild Night
202- Saint Dominic’s Preview
203- I’ve Been Working
204- Hungry For Your Love
205- Caravan
206- Cyprus Avenue

Lineup:
John Altham – saxophones
Herbie Armstrong – guitar
Peter Bardens – keyboards
Mickey Feat – bass
Pat Kyle – saxophones
Toni Marcus – violin & vocals
Bobby Tench – guitar
Peter Van Hooke – drums
Katie Kissoon – backing vocals
Anna Peacock – backing vocals

Note from original uploader:
I downloaded this show, 01/07/2011 from a defunct tracker … sorry, i can’t recall who seeded it.
I added the Info file, and both md5 and ffp files … no changes made to flac files.

Crazy Love missing from this recording
Cyprus Avenue is complete!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: New Riders of the Purple Sage & The Grateful Dead – Cambridge, MA (05/07/70)

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Grateful Dead
New Riders of the Purple Sage
05/07/1970
Dupont Gymnasium, M.I.T.
Cambridge, MA
gd70-05-07.aud.remaster-SirMick.32276.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

The NRPS FLAC files are in part 2.

I previously posted a different source of the NRPS show here.

This is a tagged version of shnid: 32276
main source:
AudMC > ? > 7″ R > DAT > HD > SHN
Taper, mics, and deck unknown
A > D transfer by Noah Weiner – noahbw@home.com

–Grateful Dead Acoustic set–
101-d1t01 – Intro
102-d1t02 – Don’t Ease Me In
103-d1t03 – I Know You Rider
104-d1t04 – level setting
105-d1t05 – Friend of the Devil
106-d1t06 – level setting
107-d1t07 – Me & My Uncle
108-d1t08 – Deep Elem Blues
109-d1t09 – Candyman
110-d1t10 – banter and jokes
111-d1t11 – Cumberland Blues
112-d1t12 – New Speedway Boogie
113-d1t13 – tuning and crowd
114-d1t14 – Black Peter
115-d1t15 – Uncle John’s Band

* David Nelson introduced on guitar for Black Peter

–New Riders Of The Purple Sage Set–
201-d2t01 – Whatcha Gonna Do?
202-d2t02 – tuning and crowd
203-d2t03 – Six Days on the Road
204-d2t04 – tuning and crowd
205-d2t05 – I Don?t Know You
206-d2t06 – crowd and tuning
207-d2t07 – Portland Woman//
208-d2t08 – Henry
209-d2t09 – crowd and tuning
210-d2t10 – Workin’ Man Blues
211-d2t11 – tuning and crowd
212-d2t12 – All I Ever Wanted
213-d2t13 – Fair Chance To Know//
214-d2t14 – Last Lonely Eagle
215-d2t15 – Lodi
216-d2t16 – Bob Weir introduced and tuning
217-d2t17 – The Race Is On #
218-d2t18 – //Seasons #
219-d2t19 – Mama Tried #
220-d2t20 – Saw Mill #
221-d2t21 – Honky-Tonk Woman #

# with Bob Weir:

–Grateful Dead Electric Set–
301-d3t01 – Good Lovin?
302-d3t02 – Cold Rain & Snow
303-d3t03 – Dire Wolf
304-d3t04 – Easy Wind
305-d3t05 – Beat It on Down the Line
306-d3t06 – High Time
307-d3t07 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
308-d3t08 – Drums ->
309-d3t09 – The Other One >
310-d3t10 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
311-d3t11 – Cosmic Charlie
312-d3t12 – Casey Jones
313-d4t01 – I’m a King Bee
314-d4t02 – //Frozen Logger
315-d4t03 – Drums
316-d4t04 – Not Fade Away ->
317-d4t05 – Turn on your Lovelight

notes:

this is a remaster of shnid 5439

– I hve repaired a great many very small dropouts which occured mostly on d1
and d3
– the static that is present in d1t03 has been greatly reduced
– the staic that was present in d1t04 has been removed
– the intermittent static in d2t08-d2t12 hs been reduced so that it is now
almost inaudible
– the following patches have been made using the source seeded by David
Hollister (shnid 19525)
d1t15 – 0:45-0:47
d3t06 – 1:52-1:54, 3:57-4:05
d4t05 – 4:35-4:425
– a number of volume adjustments have been made
– some noise reduction has been applied
– remastering done with iZotope Oxone and Waves plugins
– d1t05 has large dropouts at 0:31 for 1 second and at 2:37 for 8.5 seconds
which are not repairable.
– I re-tracked d2 and also decided to leave Lovelight as one glorious chunk
of music!

SIRMick
January 2006

Tagging notes:
Show information is embedded within the header of each flac file.
It will display on any player capable of directly playing flac
files. If converted to wav during processing, all tags will be
stripped, however audio data will remain unaffected. If you must
transcode to a lossy format, do so directly Flac > Lossy.
Use ffp to validate audio integrity.
Md5 values will change if tagging is altered.
B. Proctor 10-21-09
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