New York City, New York
26 October 1963
Columbia line recording
1. crowd awaits Dylan’s entrance
2. The Times They Are A-Changin’ (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
3. Ballad Of Hollis Brown (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
4. Who Killed Davey Moore? (Omitted, released on “Bootleg Series 1-3”)
5. Boots Of Spanish Leather (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
6. Talking John Birch Paranoid Blues (Omitted, released on “Bootleg Series 1-3”)
7. Lay Down Your Weary Tune (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
8. Blowin’ In The Wind
9. Percy’s Song
10. Seven Curses
11. Walls Of Red Wing
12. North Country Blues (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
13. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (Omitted, released on BS7/”No Direction Home”)
14. Talking World War III Blues
15. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
16. “Hootenanny Hoot” story
17. With God On Our Side (Omitted, released on “Live At Carnegie Hall”)
18. Only A Pawn In Their Game
19. Masters Of War
20. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
21. When The Ship Comes In (Omitted, released on BS7/”No Direction Home”)
From the original uploader:
There’s been enough interest in the fragmentary line recordings I’ve been posting lately that I thought I’d put this one up. It’s incomplete (here) for a different reason, because so much of it (roughly half) has been officially released. Here’s the “missing” half.
These tracks do not come from the common commercial bootleg of the concert (Hollow Horn), which was tampered with a bit and doesn’t include, inter alia, the opening (crowd only) segment. I don’t think anything of great value was omitted, but I don’t know of a detailed comparison. This recording is reliably reported to be an unaltered copy of the original, professional reels.
This recording came onto general circulation shortly after the release of the commercial boot. It’s never been up on DIME before (aside from a version including the official tracks, banned within minutes in 2009), probably due to the major surgery required to make it comply with DIME’s TOS regarding official content. I’ve preserved the original track names, in case anyone else has the original flacs hanging around and wants to help seed.
bobdylan.com lists this concert as the live debut of “Hattie Carroll,” but I believe it’s more likely that Dylan played it at His “dress rehearsal” concert in Philadelphia the night before.
Banjo Tape & NYC Town Hall
The Banjo tape was most probably recorded at Gerde’s Folk City, NYC on February 8, 1963
Town Hall, NYC April 12, 1963
More info and artowrk at Bob’s Boots
Lonesome River Edge (Trad)
Back Door Blues (Trad)
Bob Dylan’s Dream
You Can Get Her (Trad)
All Over You
Masters Of War
Keep Your Hands Off Her (Leadbelly)
Honey Babe (Trad)
Goin’ Back To Rome
Stealin’ (Trad. Memphis Jug Band arr.)
Ramblin’ Through The World (adapted from Guthrie)
Bob Dylan’s Dream
Tomorrow Is A Long Time
Bob Dylan’s New Orleans Rag
Masters Of War
Walls Of Red Wing
Who Killed Davey Moore?
With God On Our Side
Pandora’s Music Box Festival
De Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
October 12, 1985
1. DJ intro (0:18)
2. Tee Ni Nee Ni Noo / Tip On In (5:18)
3. The Letter (2:40)
4. Save Your Love For Me (Buddy Johnson; also performed by Bobby Bland, Etta Jones, and many others) (5:40)
5. Rock Hard (2:50)
6. Bangkok (3:30)
7. Honkin’ Down The Highway (The Beach Boys) (cut short due to timelimits of the broadcast) (1:46)
8. DJ outro (0:22)
Total running time: 22 minutes and 24 seconds.
Taken from the Dutch VARA “Poppodium” FM radio broadcast, March 10, 1992.
Source and lineage (taped and transferred by Magnix): FM > Tape > WAV > FLAC level 8.
Used software: CDWave v1.94.5 > Cool Edit Pro v2.00 > CDWave v1.94.5 > FLAC v1.1.2 as build in Traders Little Helper v1.1.1 (build 90).
Another tape from the Magnix Live Archive.
Disclaimer from Magnix.
Please note that this is a real FM capture, no cable, but straight from the airwaves. Also, this comes from a tape that was almost 16 years old at the time of transferring. This means that some FM and/or tape anomalies or degeneration may be present. Most has been fixed to the best of my abilities and most of this stuff is of very good quality. This particular recording is of very good quality. MP3 samples will be provided upon request.
Somewhere Over The Mountains
July 15th, 1989
01 – Did Ye Get Healed?
02 – Whenever God Shines His Light
03 – Cleaning Windows
04 – It’s All In The Game
05 – I Will Be There
06 – Orangefield
07 – Tore Down A La Rimbaud
08 – Help Me
09 – When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God
01 – These Are The Days
02 – Summertime In England
03 – Caravan
04 – Moondance/Fever
05 – Northern Muse (Solid Ground) / When Heart Is Open
Van Morrison: vocals, guitar, harmonica, saxophone
Georgie Fame: keyboards, vocals
Bernie Holland: guitar
Neil Drinkwater: keyboards
Richie Buckley: saxophone
Steve Gregory: saxophone, flute
Brian Odgers: bass
Dave Early: drums
Archival Recording & Preservation: Unknown
Digital Mastering: Jörg
Additional Mastering: Manfred
Digital Remastering: WOLF
Tree Administration: Udo
Special thanks to Rolf W.
Lineage: SBD > ? > DAT > Digital Remastering (WaveLab) > CDR
A vantrades CD-R Tree Production
Notes From FreeMorrison
The other day I got a random, slightly cryptic e-mail inviting me to a Bob Dylan site. It gave me a username/password and told me I’d have to get a premium File Factory account. I looked at the site and it contained a huge amount of Dylan shows, but again all hidden behind a premium File Factory account. I was skeptical at first, but after passing a few e-mails back and forth with the owner and being far too excited about all those shows I laid my money down. Luckily FF was having a sale and I got a 1 year account fairly cheap.
Turns out all those Dylan shows are MP3 only. At first I found this to be really annoying (don’t get me wrong I’ll still be downloading them all and reposting) but then I realized my premium FF account works for all sorts of things. So I have been systematically downloading not only all the Dylan MP3s but also going through various other bootleg blogs and grabbing everything I can via File Factory.
Which is awesome, but also means some of you will need to be even more careful when it comes to grabbing things you already have. I’ll still be posting stuff I’ve grabbed from the torrents and regular trades, etc, but expect to see more stuff you’ve already seen on the regular blogs. Oh and lots and lots of Dylan MP3s.
Speaking of seeing things you might have seen before, I’m going to spend the next week or two going through some old e-mails and reposting a bunch of requests. I’m really rather terrible and replying to e-mails and remembering to repost things when I say I will. I get a lot of e-mails coming into my account that I post publicly on the blog and things tend to get buried fast. Which means I’ll see something, maybe even reply to it and then forget all about it. Sometimes this means I’ll promise to reupload something and then forget to do it. So now I want to actually keep those promises. Which means you’ll be seeing a lot more reups for a little while.
Anyways, I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving (and for those of you non-Americans, I hope you had a grand Thursday.) And as always, keep enjoying the tunes.
The Beacon Theater
New York, NY
Vox Humana “New York Concert for Human Rights”
with the Danish Radio Big Band
01 A New Kind Of Man
— 00 Celtic Swing —
— 00 Got To Go Back —
02 Haunts Of Ancient Peace
03 Here Comes The Knight
04 I Will Be There
05 Listen To The Lion
06 Vanlose Stairway
1st Gen 2 Nakamichi 700s and Sony TC-D5m Cassette Master > WAV > FLAC
My friend borrowed the taping equipment and missed a couple songs.
This is not “Van Morrison, The Concert (Recorded at the Beacon Theater)” which was a commercial VHS release recorded at the November 30, 1989 show at the Beacon Theater.
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Born On The Bayou
It Ain’t You Or Me
Who’ll Stop The Rain?
Bad Moon Rising
The Night Time Is The Right Time
Down On The Corner
Keep On Chooglin’
Neil Young and Crazy Horse
NEC Arena, Birmingham, England
June 2, 1987
01 Mr Soul
02 Cinnamon Girl
03 When You Dance I Can Really Love
04 Down By The River
05 Heart Of Gold
06 See The Sky About To Rain
07 Too Lonely
08 When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
09 Drive Back
10 Opera Star
11 Cortez The Killer
12 Sugar Mountain
13 American Dream
14 Mideast Vacation
15 Long Walk Home
17 Like A Hurricane
18 Tonight’s The Night
19 Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
(full lineage unknown) -> DAT -> CDR -> wav -> flac
Jerry Garcia Band
New York, NY
MAC (Taped by Mark Cohen, FOB Nak 700s > Sony TC-D5) >
master played back on Nak Dragon > ART DI/O > Cool
Edit 2000 > master CD > HP 9350i extraction (EAC v0.9
beta 4) > sector boundary verification (shntool v1.01) >
.shn encoding (mkwACT v0.97 beta 1). A > D by David Minches,
CD > SHN by Joe Jupille.
Disc One (7) 50:32
01. Crowd & Tuning [0:41]
02. Rhapsody in Red [10:09] [0:09]
03. They Love Each Other 7:39] [0:34]
04. That’s What Love Will Make You Do [9:56] [0:08]
05. Valerie [6:48] ->
06. How Sweet It Is [9:16] ->
07. Run for the Roses [4:56] [0:13]
Disc Two (8) 68:47
01. Crowd & Tuning [0:16]
02. Harder They Come [15:03] [0:21]
03. Mission in the Rain [9:21] [0:16]
04. Mississippi Moon [8:34] [0:07]
05. Tangled Up in Blue [12:06] [0:17]
06. Gomorrah [5:47] ->
07. Deal [8:18] [0:29]
08. Midnight Moonlight [7:38] [0:11]
– This is an absolutely stellar recording of a great high energy
– No flaws noted.
A Moore’s Masters Production.
This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 15617
Jerry Garcia Band
Source: MAC(Sennheiser 441, 17th row center) > D > D > WAV > SHN.
Taper: unknown @ this time, probably Jim Vita.
Disc 1 – Set 1
01 crowd [00:18]
02 How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) [10:05]
03 They Love Each Other [08:43]
04 Mission In The Rain [11:46]
05 Mystery Train [10:21]
06 Gomorrah [05:42]
07 Run For The Roses [05:11]
Total time: 52:08
Disc 2 – Set 2
01 crowd [00:16]
02 Rhapsody In Red [10:37]
03 I’ll Take A Melody [16:23]
04 Simple Twist Of Fate [13:22]
05 Harder They Come [14:02]
06 Tangled Up In Blue [12:52]
07 Midnight Moonlight* [07:21]
Total time: 74:56 ** 80 MINUTE DISC REQUIRED **
Comments: Outstanding recording – thank you whoever taped this. Vintage ’83 JGB featuring the final performance of “Mystery Train”. *Encore(d2t07) is from previously circulated AKG recording (http://db.etree.org/shninfo_detail.php?shnid=18181).
DAT source procured by J.Powell.
DAT>WAV transfer (Sony PCM-R500 > coaxial S/PIDF> M Audio 2496 > Pentium 4 2.0GHz > WAV (Soundforge 6.0 (48>44.1))> tracking (CDWave editor)> sector boundaries confimred (SHNTOOL) > SHN (mkwact) via C.Ladner.
This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 22225