Repost Bonanza: Frank Sinatra – Washington, D.C. (04/17/73)

Frank Sinatra
04/17/73
The White House
Washington, DC

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You Make Me Feel So Young
Moonlight In Vermont
One More For My Baby
I’ve Got You Under My Skin
I Have Dreamed
Fly Me To The Moon
Try A Little Tenderness
Ol’ Man River
I’ve Got The World On A String
This House I Live In

Comment
President Richard M. Nixon Presents, In Honor Of Italian Prime Minister Julio Andreotti: Frank Sinatra & The President’s Marine Band Conducted By Nelson Riddle, Featuring Bill Miller And Al Viola

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Repost Bonanza: Frank Sinatra – Monte Carlo, Monaco (06/14/58)

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Frank Sinatra
06/14/58
The Sporting Club
Monte Carlo, Monaco

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Come Fly With Me
I Get A Kick Out Of You
I’ve Got You Under My Skin
Where Or When
Moonlight In Vermont
On The Road To Mandalay
Your Lover Has Gone
April In Paris
All The Way
Monique
Bewitched
The Lady Is A Tramp
You Make Me Feel So Young

Comment
Benefit for the United Nations Fund for Refugee Children.
Orchestra Conducted by Quincy Jones.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Doc Watson & David Grisman – Santa Barbara, CA (03/13/98)

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Doc Watson & David Grisman
03/13/98
Lobero Theatre
Santa Barbara, CA
Sings Like Hell Series

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Nakamichi CM-300’s w/CP-1 Cardioid Capsules >Sony TCD-D7 DAT

DAT Master Transferred: Tascam DA-30 >S/PDIF >HHb CDR 800 PRO,
CD Masters >FLAC (Level 8) Via xACT 2.37 (Extracted As One-Track WAV Files And Sent Via Wetransfer To Dennis Orr For Post Production) >

.WAV >iZotope RX3 Advanced v3.00.695 (Declick) >Sound Forge Pro 10.0a (Sony Wave Hammer, Minor Edits, Normalize) >Wetransfer Back To OldNeumanntapr >

WAV >Audacity (Track Splits) >FLAC (Level 8) Via xACT 2.37. FLAC Tags Via xACT 2.37

Recorded 2nd Row Center,
Recorded, Transferred, FLAC’d & Tagged By OldNeumanntapr
WAV Post Production (Declick, Edits, & Normalize) By Dennis Orr

Set I
Disc I:
O1. Doc & Dawg
02. In The Pines
03. Long Journey Home
04. Corinna
05. Give Me Back My 15 Cents
06. Love Another Man
07. Hobo Bill
08. Tennessee Rag >Beaumont Rag
09. Talk
10. Cora’s Gone
11. Talk
12. Miles To Deep Gap
13. Blue Eyed Jane
14. E.M.D.
15. Sheik Of Araby
16. If I Needed You
17. Soldier’s Joy

Set II
Disc II:
01. Set II Intro* / Talk
02. Make Me A Pallet
03. Train Whistle Blues
04. Instrumental
05. Talk
06. I’ll Never See My Home Again
07. East Bound Freight Train
08. Stoney Creek
09. Deep River Blues
10. Ready For The Times To Get Better
11. Nine Pound Hammer
12. Kentucky Waltz
13. Old Old House
14. Doc’s Jokes
15. Instrumental
16. Encore Break
17. Shady Grove

Doc Watson – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
David Grisman – Mandolin
Jack Lawrence – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

*Peggy Jones

OldNeumanntapr Notes-
This was the first and only time that I have seen Doc Watson, and I loved the show. He played some of my favorites, ’Give Me Back My 15 Cents’, Make me Down A Pallet’,’Ready For The Times To Get Better’, and ’Shady Grove’, among others. I was second row center, thanks to my friend Dave who got me the ticket. I drove down to Santa Barbara by myself and met up with Dave at the show, who got there a little late. You can hear me whisper too him, ‘Nice of you to make it’, a few minutes into the show when he arrived. Dave had gone down with his friend Rick to see another show in Los Angeles and was getting a ride back to SLO County with me, as Rick was living in Santa Barbara at the time. I am thankful to Dennis Orr for working his magic on this recording with his wonderful post production skills. I stealth recorded this show with my Nakamichi CM-300 cardioids hidden in my Levi jacket, and the microphones picked up a lot of applause noise which Dennis minimized. I had holes sewn into the bottom of each front pocket on the Levi jacket, and used hollowed-out 35 mm film can lids over the the microphone bodies to keep the weight of the mics from falling through to the pockets. I used short custom-made XLR connectors to connect the mics to my Sony DAT recorder, but this set up necessitated the microphones to be pointing straight up, with only the capsules sticking out of the pockets. Hence, the crowd noise. I had long hair in those days that I used to wear down to cover the capsules with so they were invisible. Because it was a semi quiet acoustic show, the crowd noise (applause), while not excessive, was loud because of the angle of the microphones. (This set up worked best when sitting as close to the PA / stage as possible, because the mics really couldn’t be aimed.) I thought for years that the recording would be forever flawed, because the applause was so loud, but Dennis was able to correct it. I know for a fact that no soundboard of this show exists, (don’t ask me how), so this may be the only recording available from this night.

Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Live in Ireland

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Van Morrison
Belfast, Northern Ireland (02/20/79)
Dublin, Ireland (02/22/79)
Van Morrison Live in Ireland
In All Your Revelation

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It appears that this comes from an audio rip of a (no longer available) officially released video called “Van Morrison in Ireland”. I have two versions of it, one of which is called “In All Your Revelation” A listen to both versions shows that they sound just the same. So I combined the artwork/text info into one folder and deleted the extra MP3s. I have previously uploaded both versions so if you’ve been following me for awhile you probably already have this. Otherwise enjoy, its a great performance.

Tracklist

1 In Ireland (Intro)
2 Moondance
3 Checking Ot Out
4 Moonshine Whiskey
5 Tupelo Honey
6 Wavelength
7 Saint Dominic’s Preview
8 Don’t Look Back
9 I Been Working So Hard
10 Gloria
11 Cyprus Avenue (Credits)

Credits
Bass – Mickey Feat* (tracks: 1 to 11)
Drums – Peter Van Hooke (tracks: 1 to 11)
Engineer [Sound] – Mike Glossop* (tracks: 1 to 11)
Featuring – Van Morrison
Film Director – Michael Radford (tracks: 1 to 11)
Film Producer – Rex Pyke (tracks: 1 to 11)
Guitar – Bob Tench* (tracks: 1 to 11), Herbie Armstrong (tracks: 1 to 11)
Keyboards – Peter Bardens (tracks: 1 to 11)
Mc – Phil Coulter (tracks: 1 to 11)
Producer – Caledonian Productions
Saxophone – John Altham* (tracks: 1 to 11), Pat Kyle (tracks: 1 to 11)
Violin – Toni Marcus (tracks: 1 to 11)
Vocals – Anna Peacock (tracks: 1 to 11), Katie Kissoon (tracks: 1 to 11)

Upgrade Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Tulsa, OK (11/25/90)

Bruce Hornsby
11/25/90
Brady Theater
Tulsa, OK

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The Long Race
Down the Road Tonight
Night on the Town
End of the Innocence
Fire on the Cross >
Jack Straw
Lost Soul
Sweet Home Oklahoma
Defenders of the Flag
Masterpiece
Valley Road
Jacob’s Ladder
Glad
The Show Goes On
Mandolin Rain
The River Runs Low
Till the Dreaming’s Done
Stranger in a Strange Land
Across the River
Road Not Taken
The Way It Is
Look Out Any Window
Encore: Sugaree
The Old Playground >
Dixie Chicken
Every Little Kiss
Western Skyline >
Not Fade Away >
Youngblood >
Another Day

Upgrade Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Telluride, CO (06/24/89)

Bruce Hornsby
06/24/89
Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Telluride, CO

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SBD> Cassette Master> DAT> CD-R> EAC> Wave Lab 4.0> FLAC

Western Skyline
Not Fade Away
Red Plains >
I Know You Rider
Every Little Kiss*
Road Not Taken** >
(Coalmine Jam)
Jacob’s Ladder**
Mandolin Rain**
Au Privave**
Lakes Of Ponchatrain***
Stranger in a Strange Land****
Wild Horses****
I’ve Just Seen a Face****
The Way It Is****
Encore: Valley Road****
Mighty Quinn >
Idol with the Golden Head****

*w/ Mark O’Connor & Jerry Douglas
**w/ Bela Fleck
***w/ Paul Brady
****w/ New Grass Revival

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: David Bowie – Montreal, Canada (07/12/83)

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David Bowie
Montreal Forum
Montreal, Quebec
JUL 12, 1983

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Set I
1 Look Back In Anger 03:17
2 Breaking Glass 02:56
3 Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) 03:32
4 Rebel Rebel 02:27
5 Heroes 05:05
6 What In The World 03:59
7 Life On Mars? 04:07
8 Sorrow 02:49
9 Golden Years 03:38
10 Fashion 02:51
11 Let’s Dance 04:44
12 Red Sails 03:37
13 China Girl 05:16
14 White Light / White Heat 05:47

David Bowie – vocals, guitar
David LeBolt – keyboards
Lenny Pickett – saxophone
Stan Harrison – baritone sax
Steve Elson – tenor sax
Carlos Alomar – guitar
Earl Slick – lead guitar
Carmen Rojas – bass
Tony Thompson – drums
George and Frank Simms – backing vocals

SET 2

1 Station To Station 09:00
2 Cracked Actor 03:23
3 Ashes To Ashes 03:41
4 Space Oddity 05:16
5 Band Introduction 01:37
6 Young Americans 05:33
7 Cat People (Putting Out Fire) 04:14
8 TVC 15 03:53
9 Fame 04:58
10 Star 02:37
11 Stay 09:01
12 The Jean Genie 07:01
13 I Can’t Explain 02:48
14 Modern Love 04:24

From the original uploader:

Notes for set 1

This set is taken from the two-night stand David Bowie gave at the Montreal Forum in 1983. Each show during this Serious Moonlight tour had two sets with a 20-minute intermission, resulting in over 90 two hour-plus concerts in 15 countries in 1983.
After a period of releasing dark, more experimental albums such as Low, The Lodger and Scary Monsters in collaboration with Brian Eno while living as a single man in Berlin, Germany, a string of only semi-successful commercial hits and battling a well-publicized cocaine addiction, David Bowie overcame his demons and teamed up with Chic member and producer, Nile Rodgers. The result was 1983’s Let’s Dance, a commercial record that most critics continue to regard as one of his best.
Smiling and obviously happy with his newfound artistic muse, David Bowie greeted a sold out Montreal forum on this night, and launched into a brilliant show full of both hits from Let’s Dance and some of the more radio-friendly tracks he had done during his Berlin sojourn. Fronting a killer band, Bowie began the evening with three lesser known hits – “Look Back In Anger,” “Breaking Glass” and “Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)” – before launching into “Rebel, Rebel,” his 1974 hit single from the Diamond Dogs LP. This tour reunited Bowie with guitarist Earl Slick, who had replaced Mick Ronson for the Diamond Dogs recording sessions. Slick delivers the rock edge that had been missing from his music made during the Berlin years. The band is propelled by former Chic/Power Station drummer Tony Thompson, who, along with members of the Tower of Power horn section, helps make this one of the best backing bands in his long musical career.
The majority of the set is essentially a collection of Bowie hits that includes “Heroes,” “Life on Mars?,” “Fashion” and his two big radio hits from Let’s Dance: the title track and the ever infectious “China Girl.” Other highlights include Bowie’s version of the classic 1967 Pretty Things hit, “Sorrow,” (which he originally recorded for 1973’s Pin Ups record) and his modern re-make of The Velvet Underground classic “White Light, White Heat.”

Notes on set II

Actually the second half of a single show, this recording begins with Bowie offering a compelling version of “Station To Station,” the title track from the 1976 album of the same name, to open the second set. From the moment he sings the initial line: “…the return of the thin white duke…” the crowd is all his – on their feet, and reveling in the homecoming. From there, things only escalate. He then launches into a powerful version of “Cracked Actor,” a tune from 1973’s Aladdin Sane, drawing a special roar from the audience when he delivers the controversial line “…suck baby suck, give me your head…” Leading a monumental, 10-piece band, he grooves through a collection of mostly hit songs that includes “Space Oddity” (his first hit single), “Young Americans” (his first dance hit), “Fame” (which he co-wrote with John Lennon) and a trio of all-out rockers: “Cat People,” “Putting Out Fire” and “Jean Genie.” This tour only featured one song from his legendary Ziggy Stardust LP, “Star” – but it’s a memorable one, nonetheless. Noticeably absent from the show was the usual Bowie show-stopper “Suffragette City,” but he more than makes up for it with what would have been, back then, a mix of classic and modern Bowie. Among the other highlights are a version of “Modern Love,” which kicks like a mule, and a spunky version of The Who classic “I Can’t Explain.” A must for all Bowie fans; proof that, no matter what the persona, the man could rock out with the best of them.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Adele – Pilton, England (06/25/16)

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Adele
Glastonbury Festival
Worthy Farm
Pilton, UK
2016-06-25

broadcast on BBC Radio 2 – BBC 320kbps stream master
BBC 320kbps AAC/Web PVR Manager/Adobe Audition cc>Tracks>fades>phase correction>Flac
SBE fix/Checksum files done in Traders Little Helper

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Here is the best available quality audio of her Glastonbury set.

01. Hello
02. Rumor Has It
03. I’ll Be Waiting
04. One and Only
05. Water Under The Bridge
06. Skyfall
07. Hometown Glory
08. Don’t You Remember
09. Send My Love (to Your New Lover)
10. River Lea
11. Rolling in the Deep
12. Make You Feel My Love (Bob Dylan cover)
13. Set Fire to the Rain
14. When We Were Young
15. Someone Like You

Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Charlotte, NC (05/01/13)

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Bob Dylan
05/01/13
Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre
Charlotte, NC

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Things Have Changed
Love Sick
High Water (For Charley Patton)
Soon After Midnight
Early Roman Kings
Tangled Up In Blue
Pay In Blood
Visions Of Johanna
Spirit On The Water
Beyond Here Lies Nothin’
Blind Willie Mctell
What Good Am I?
Summer Days
Scarlet Town
All Along The Watchtower
Ballad Of A Thin Man

Bob Dylan – Vocals, Piano, Harp
Stu Kimball – Acoustic Guitar
Donnie Herron – Steel Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin
Duke Robillard – Electric Guitar
George Receli – Drums
Tony Garnier – Bass