Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Black Sabbath – Toronto, Canada (07/18/71)

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Black Sabbath
Toronto, Canada
Wicked Sabbath
lineage – silver > EAC wav > TLH flac 8>MP3@320

Download: FLAC/MP3

War Pigs
Sweet Leaf
Black Sabbath
Iron Man
Children of the Grave
Wicked World
Fairies Wear Boots

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Lakeland, FL (04/18/76)

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Bob Dylan
Lakeland, Florida
April 18, 1976

Download: FLAC/MP3

1 Visions Of Johanna
2 If You See Her, Say Hello
3 Vincent van Gogh (w Bobby Neuwirth vocal)
4 Weary Blues From Waiting
5 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
6 Maggie’s Farm
7 One Too Many Mornings
8 Seven Days
9 Railroad Boy
10 Wild Mountain Thyme
11 Blowin’ In The Wind
12 I Pity The Poor Immigrant
13 Shelter From The Storm
14 I Threw It All Away
15 Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
16 Mozambique
17 Going, Going, Gone
1 Lay Lady Lay
2 Silver Mantis (T-bone Burnette & Joan Baez vocals)
3 Idiot Wind
4 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door (w Roger McGuinn vocal)
5 Gotta Travel On

Source 1:

Lineage: Bob Heyer’s original cassette -> Reel -> ADC>
Remastered 2011.

Source 2:

Source: “This is a high-spirited show that many people already have. The taper’s seat is not too great but the recording was well-done. From Bob H.”


lowgen4 posted LB-2441 in Feb. ’05. Jacktomthumb posted LB-5411 in Oct. ’07. lowgen4 then posted LB-9273 in May ’13. And LB-9273 appears it have been reposted by lowgen4 last month with oodles of seeds….

ijwthstd posted something called “BOB DYLAN & ROLLING THUNDER REVUE Lakeland, FL April 18 1976 **new source**” but I didn’t grab it because it was banned during that brief period of time in 2010 – 2011 when Dylan was on the NAB list.

It has always seemed to me that this date has seen lots of variations of a single source, e.g., LB-9273 has been described by jokerman.org as “same recording as LB-4096…brighter but also harsher with more hiss.” LB-5411 is presumably a cleaned up and retracked version of LB-4096. LB-4096 could also be the same recording as LB-0200 and LB-2441. LB-2441 has been characterized by the jokerman.org as LB-0200 “with higher levels, different tracking, and does not have flaws on d1t3 but has others not on (LB-0200).” The bulk of the versions seem to be fair to good recordings. (Though, as I said, I have never heard the ***new source*** listed above.)

I don’t believe LB-2441 has been posted since ’05. So, as with ice cream and Mustangs, it all depends on which version you like best.

Bootleg Bonanza: Alejandro Escovedo – Birmingham, AL (04/20/11)

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Alejandro Escovedo & The Sensitive Boys
April 20th, 2011
WorkPlay Theatre
Birmingham, AL

Source: Schoeps CMR/mk41 (DIN) > Naiant PFA > Oade Concert Mod Marantz PMD-661 (24/48)
Location: DFC / Upper Balcony
Transfer: SDHC > HD > Wavelab 6 > CD Wave > FLAC>MP3@320
Taped, Transferred & Seeded by Dennis Tyler

One Set

Disc One

1. Intro
2. This Bed Is Getting Crowded
3. Anchor
4. Tender Heart
5. Chelsea Hotel ’78
6. My Name Is Horizontal
7. Sister Lost Soul
8. Down In The Bowery
9. Swallows Of San Juan
10. I Was Drunk

Disc Two

1. I Wish I Was Your Mother
2. Castanets
3. Always A Friend
4. Encore Break
5. Miss You
6. Dear Head On The Wall
7. Like Like Hurricane


Alejandro Escovedo – guitar, vocals
David Pulkingham – guitar, vocals
Hector Munoz – drums, vocals
Bobby Daniel – drums, vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – New York Sessions 1967

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Van Morrison
New York Sessions
A&R and Century Sounds Studios
Studio Sessions
New York City, New York
March and November, 1967

Liks removed as these have been officially released.

CD 1

These are songs from the studio sessions for Bang records that never became released except on unofficially released albums “T.B Sheets” and “Bang Masters”. After further research i notice that the times and takes on these song tracks do not match any of these albums either. The closest would be the “Bang Masters”.But there are some differences and that does not include cd 2 at all. Furthermore i know the first 8 tracks are in the same order of the commercially released “Blowin Your Mind” that was recorded on March 28,29 1967. Yes that album came out of these sessions but those commercially released takes are not included and do not even come close to the track times and or sound the same that is included here. Also PLEASE NOTE if you look at the original info. the setlist for CD 1 is in a different order than what is presented here. i changed the tracklist order to match the artwork and what i found when i researched these New York Sessions. The only thing that matches this (meaning having all of these tracks included) is the bootleg “Brown Eyed Beginnings” released 4-28-1998 (see below for notes). That bootleg matches thes these tracks but i can not tell how it matches in sound. i do not have that bootleg. I can tell you the “New York Sessions sounds awesome and is one of the Best early Van out there.

01. Brown Eye Girl (3:05)
02. He Ain’t Give You None [alternate take] (5:49)
03. T.B. Sheets (9:36)
04. Spanish Rose [alternate take] (3:53)
05. Goodbye Baby (Baby Goodbye) [written by Bert Berns,Wes Farrell] (2:58)
06. Ro Ro Rosey (3:04)
07. Who Drove The Red Sports Car [alternate take, possible take #6] (5:35)
08. Midnight Special [traditional] (2:40)
09. Beside You [longer take] (6:06)
10. It’s Alright (4:58)
11. Madame George [shorter take] (5:16)
12. Send Your Mind (2:50)
13. The Smile You Smile [alternate take] (2:56)
14. The Back Room (5:29)
15. Joe Harper Saturday Morning [alternate take] (4:16)
16. Chick-A-Boom [written with Bert Berns] (3:12)
17. I Love You (The Smile You Smile) [acoustic take] (2:22)
18. Brown Eye Girl [alternate take possbile take #6] (3:35)

Bert Russell – American songwriter and record producer of the 1960’s
Wes Farrell – also wrote “Come On, Get Happy” (theme song for The Partridge Family TV series) and produced

CD 2

This the second disc contains the notorious “Contractual Obligation” session thirty-one improvised nonsense songs Morrison recorded in order to fulfill his contract with Bang Records. This is just great vintage Van the Man. Listen to the lyrics to theses songs they are just flat out amusing and one of a kind

Jamming Sessions with just Van and his acoustic guitar

01. Twist and Shake (1:18)
02. Shake and Roll (0.57)
03. Stomp and Scream (1:13)
04. Scream and Holler (1:14)
05. Jump and Thump (1:08)
06. Drivin’ Wheel (1:12)
07. Just Ball (0.59)
08. Shake It Mable (1:12)
09. Hold on George (1:29)
10. The Big Royalty Check (1:36)
11. Ring Worm (1:31)
12. Savoy Hollywood (1:00)
13. Freaky If You Got This Far (1:04)
14. Up Your Mind (1:12)
15. Thirty Two (0:59)
16. All the Bits (0:53)
17. You Say France and I Whistle (0:53)
18. Blow Your Nose (1:24)
19. Nose in Your Blow (1:01)
20. La Mambo (0:51)
21. Go for Yourself (1:20)
22. Want a Danish (1:04)
23. Here Comes Dumb George (0:55)
24. Chickee Coo (1:10)
25. Do It (1:00)
26. Hang on Groovy (0:56)
27. Goodbye George (1:16)
28. Dum Dum George (1:27)
29. Walk and Talk (1:06)
30. The Wobble (1:02)
31. Wobble and Ball (1:06)

Personnel during these sessions includes:
Van Morrison (vocals, guitar); Eric Gale, Hugh McCracken, Al Gorgoni, Donald Thomas (guitar); Artie Kaplan, Seldon Powell (flute, saxophone); Artie Butler, Paul Griffin (keyboards); George Devins (vibraphone, percussion); Bob Bushnell, Russell Savakas (bass); Herbie Lovelle (drums); Jeff Berry (tambourine, background vocals); Cissy Houston, Dee Dee Warwick, Myrna Smith (background vocals).

CD Description
BROWN EYED BEGINNINGS is essentially THE BANG MASTERS (which includes all the songs Morrison recorded on his first solotrip into the studio with American producer Bert Berns, plus an extra disc of strange, one-minute tunes. While the first disc, which comprises the Bang sessions proper, shows Morrison to be an already-formidable progressive blues/R&B artist, the second disc demonstrates that he was also quite the willful chap, even as early as 1967. Embroiled in legal/contractual disputes with Berns over the amount of material Morrison owed Bang, the singer recorded an album’s worth of short, commercially unusable nonsense cuts. These make up disc number two of BROWN EYED BEGINNINGS, and while notable mostly for their novelty value, they are early evidence that Morrison was a man to be reckoned with.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton & Wynton Marsalis – New York, NY (04/09/11)

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Eric Clapton & Wynton Marsalis
Play The Blues
April 09, 2011
Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater
New York, New York, US.

Links removed. Some of this was officially released.

Source: Ex+ Audience Recording
Lineage: Gold Finger GFR-045 Boot 2CD-R > WAV > FLAC

– Taj Mahal –
01: Hula Blues
02: Stagger Lee
03: Spooky Blues
04: Blues With A Feeling

– Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton –
05: Band Intros – Wynton Speaks
06: Ice Cream
07: Forty-Four
08: Joe Turner’s Blues
09: The Last Time
10: Careless Love
11: Kidman Blues

01: Eric’s Song Intro
02: Layla
03: Wynton Raps
04: Joliet Bound
05: Just A Closer Walk With Thee
06: Band Introduction
07: Corrine, Corrina

Band Lineup
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Wynton Marsalis: Trumpet
Marcus Printup: Trumpet
Chris Crenshaw: Trombone
Victor Goines: Clarinet
Dan Nimmer: Piano
Chris Stainton: Keyboards
Carlos Henriquez: Bass
All Jackson: Drums
Don Vappie: Banjo
Taj Mahal: Guitar, Banjo, Vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Cage the Elephant – Tulsa, OK (04/10/11)

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Cage The Elephant
10 April, 2011
Cain’s Ballroom
Tulsa, OK USA

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Dr. Dr. Dr
2. In One Ear
3. 2024
4. Aberdeen
5. Tiny Little Robots
6. Around My Head
7. Japanese Buffalo
8. Back Against the Wall
9. Flow
10. Indy Kidz
11. Sell Yourself
12. Always Something
13. Rubber Ball
14. Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked
15. Shake Me Down
16. Sabertooth Tiger
17. False Skorpion (Pavement Cover)

Dual AT829-> Zoom H1 48/24-> CD Wave Editor(track splitting)-> Soundbooth CS5(mastering/eq)-> Traders Little Helper(flac encoding)>MP3@320

Notes from the taper:Recorded by me (Matt Phillips) standing just to the right of the center of the crowd about 25ft away from the stage.  Cage the Elephant always give a very energetic performance and this show was no exception.  Matt Shultz was all over the stage and crowed surfed several times.  At one point he hung upside down from the metal rafters in front of the stage just above the crowd.

Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Winnipeg, MB (10/28/96)

Download MP3@320: Part 1, Part 2

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Winnipeg Arena
Winnipeg, MB

Location: floor, directly in front of soundboard

Source: CSB > D7
Transfered: DTC-A8 > RME Digi96/8 PAD (SP/DIF) > ecasound > shntool > flac>MP3@320

Disc 1:

01. Hey Hey, My My
02. Powderfinger
03. Big Time
04. Pocahontas
05. The Needle And The Damage Done
06. Helpless
07. Scattered
08. Cinnamon Girl
09. Fuckin’ Up
10. Cortez The Killer

Disc 2:
01. Music Arcade
02. Slip Away
03. Rockin’ In The Free World
04. This Town
05. Sedan Delivery
06. Like A Hurricane

Tour: 1996 Broken Arrow Canadian Tour with Crazy Horse
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young – vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Frank Sampedro – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot – bass, vocals
Ralph Molina – drums, vocals

Repost Bootleg Bonanza: Pat Metheny Orchestrion Project Stockholm (02/05/10)

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Download MP3@320: Rapidshare

Pat Metheny Orchestrion Project
Stockholm Concert House (AUD)
Lineage: Olympus LS-10 (PCM) > Logic (EQ/Compressor/Editing) > WAV > Switch > Flac
Position: 1st Row, Left Middle

Make Peace
The Sound Of Water
Spirit Of The Air
Entry Point
Pat Speaks
Soul Search
Pat Speaks
Solenoid Guitar Improvisation
Orchestrion Improvisation
Pat Speaks
Orchestrion Sequencer Improvisation
Dream Of The Return
Pat Speaks
Stranger In Town
(Encore) Sueno Con Mexico

Bootleg Bonanza: Soundgarden – Rochester, NY (06/14/94)

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Download MP3@320kps: Part I, Part II, Part III

Rochester New York
June 14 1994

Recorded w/a SONY Pro Cassette D3-unknown mic
Maxell-XLIIS master tape/PC-wav w/Soundforge-normalized/FLAC w/FLAC Frontend>MP3@320

The venue seats about 11,215 & it was maybe 1/2 full.The sound is average for a Soundgarden show but a bit echoey in spots due to it being 1/2 empty.

CD 1

01 Intro
02 Jesus Christ Pose
03 Spoonman
04 Let Me Drown
05 Mailman
06 Day I Tried To Live
07 My Wave
08 I Awake
09 Black Hole Sun
10 With My Good Eye Closed *tape flip/edit*
11 Superunknown
12 Rusty Cage
13 Half
14 Mind Riot
15 Fell On Black Days
16 Drawing Flies

CD 2

01 Slaves & Bulldozers
02 Kickstand
03 Face Pollution
04 Like Suicide
05 Beyond The Wheel-tease
06 Head Down
07 Limo Wreck