Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Anaheim, Ca (03/10/00)


Bob Dylan
Early Show
Sun Theater
Anaheim, Ca, USA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Sonic Studio Mics PA-6 > Sony D8
Transfer: DAT > Sony Standalone CD Burner > FreeRIP (FLAC) > Bulk Rename Utility (Track ID) > Trader’s Little Helper (FFP) > Torrent

Disc One

01. Roving Gambler (acoustic)
02. Tomorrow Is A Long Time (acoustic)
03. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
04. Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic) (with harp)
05. This World Can’t Stand Long (acoustic) (with harp)
06. Dignity
07. Tell Me That It Isn’t True (first live performance of this song from Nashville Skyline) (Larry on pedal steel)
08. Things Have Changed (first live performance)
09. Not Dark Yet
10. Highway 61 Revisited

(encore 1)
11. Love Sick
12. Not Fade Away

(encore 2)
13. Blowin’ In The Wind (acoustic)

11 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Anaheim, Ca (03/10/00)

  1. Maybe, upload speeds and limits are always different to those for d/l and i’ve found that ISPs vary a lot in attitude to this kind of thing. It could be related to the fact that you are also torrenting, which produces a large numvber of small uploads – kinda depends how people count these things, i.e. numbers or volumes.

    The fact that your ISP actually has a fixed monthly limit may speak volumes as to their attitude. Over here the normal defn is ‘fair/reasonable useage’ – LOL

  2. try turning the number of permissible connections for uploading to minimum in your torrent host software for a day or two.

  3. I’ve really knocked off most of my torrenting for the last several weeks. I might grab a thing or two here and there but I’m usually in and out instead of letting it seed for ages.

    Mediafire still seems to be fast but everyone else I’m trying is crazy slow. Everything I’ve been reading about Cox is that they are doing a lot of throttling of folks who use up a lot of bandwidth.

    If things continue like this I’ll either use Mediafire all the time and just create new user names over and over again until they figure me out, or I’ll go back to zippy and be really slow. The only concerning thing about that behond not being able to upload as much is sometimes it times out halfway through which is going to hurt my bandwidth numbers. But since I’ve cut out most of the torrenting I’ve got a lot more leeway.

  4. What a world we live in!

    One good thing about xerver i’ve discovered is that whilst clearly slow to upload, the servers have long timeout limits. They have defeated my ISP’s miserable attempts to temporarily cut me off in the middle of the night. i left 3 d/ls running and the other 2 both failed.

    Nobody’s all bad i guess

    Generally speaking all the hosters seem to be battling to ‘out bad’ each other where free users are concerned. I haven’t managed to obtain a d/l slot from Turbobit in over 3 weeks!!
    If rapidgator gets any slower it will be quicker to use snail mail

    Once they’ve logged your IP it seems you are on borrowed time with all these people. No wonder everybody is switching to FF, and they are also getting meaner and tighter.

  5. Which makes no sense to me. I get that they want everybody to go premium as that will make them bigger money. I get they need to create incentives for you to do so by making the pro account faster and better.

    But with so many sites out there it seems ridiculous to make your free accounts so ridiculously horrible. Instead of paying users are more likely to go somewhere else.

    I really don’t understand bogging down the uploads. Presumably if I upload something I’m going to get others to download which potentially increases the revenue exponentially. Making it harder for an uploader means there are less things to download.

    I dunny. It all seems screwy, but what do I know? Its frustrating, but I’m not paying a dime for their services so I shouldn’t complain too much. I’ve been able to share hundreds of gigs of stuff for free which is kind of amazing when I think about it.

  6. sure is

    agree about the uploading also, the business model relies on available content after all. I think some of it just relates to capacity with these startup Companies. In the beginning oboom was giving 50kb/sec with a long wait. a month or so later (having done nothing myself) it started giving me 150kb and no wait.

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