Repost Bonanza: Van Morrison – Dusseldorf, Germany (12/19/98)

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Van Morrison
Dusseldorf, Germany

Download MP3@320

Once again I used to have the lossless files on this but have lost them. If someone could give me an upgrade I’d appreciate it.

01.Chicken (4:48)
02.Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven When You Smile) (3:55)
03.These Dreams (Of You) (3:38)
04.Raincheck (4:50)
05.Moondance >
My Funny Valentine (7:53)
06.Rough God Goes Riding (5:10)
07.Give Me A Kiss (3:22)
08.That’s Life (4:31)
09.Naked In The Jungle (5:48)
10.In The Afternoon (10:19)
Total time: (54:14)

01.Satisfied (4:27)
02.Georgia On My Mind (5:49)
03.Call Me Up In Dreamland (4:08)
04.Summertime In England (7:44)
05.Medley: See Me Through>
The Burning Ground >
Soldier Of Fortune >
The Burning Ground (18:28)
06.Have I Told You Lately That I Love You (6:57)
Total time: (47:33)

Source: The Rockpalast Christmas Special, broadcast from Dusseldorf, Germany
on December 19, 1998

Review by Niall Connors: Van’s show at the Rockpalast Christmas Show in Dusseldorf on 19-Dec-98 will likely go down as one of Van’s most famous concerts: it was broadcast live; it is an excellent show; the band was buttressed by Candy Dulfer and Fred Wesley.

The Internet quickly spread the gospel of this show’s contents, and that same Internet helped to spread quite quickly excellent videotape and audiotapes (as well as CDRs) of the performance. So, was there a need for me to splurge for The Polar Bear boot of the show, which Polar Bear claims to be a “soundboard” recording? No. Did I? Absolutely. As even my wife contents, my Van hobby may be expensive, but is quite benign in the face of other “hobbies” that are out there.

While I am not an audiophile, to my ear this is a soundboard recording, and it is a notch above the excellent FM recordings that are available through the Van-List and Van-Trades folks. Katie Kissoon’s background vocals are extremely clear and the instrument’s contribution is felt both individually and collectively. A
superb recording of a great show. A+

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Wilco – Chicago, IL (12/08/14)

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The Riviera
Chicago, IL.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: SP-BMC-2 Binaural Microphones on my hat Second Railing Balconey just Left of Center > SP-SPSB-11 Battery Box > Tascam DR-100mkII > SDHC 16/44
Transfer: SDHC > PC > Audacity > FLAC

Set I

01. Wilco (The Song)
02. Company in My Back
03. Hell Is Chrome
04. War on War
05. Pot Kettle Black
06. Sunken Treasure
07. No More Poetry*
08. Cars Can’t Escape
09. Pieholden Suite**
10. Misunderstood
11. Someday Soon
12. Summer Teeth
13. It’s Just That Simple
14. You and I
15. Someday Some Morning Sometime>
16. Laminated Cat
17. Airline to Heaven
18. Feed of Man
19. Box Full of Letters
20. Passenger Side
21. Walken**
22. I’m the Man Who Loves You**
23. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
24. Encore: You Never Know**
25. Can’t Stand It**
26. Monday**
27. (Call Back)
28. Encore 2: Too Far Apart***
29. New Madrid***
30. Dawned on Me***
31. Dreamer in My Dreams***

*Tweedy solo acoustic
**with Total Pros Horns

Repost Bonanza: Wanda Jackson – Washington, D.C. (02/25/110

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Wanda Jackson
9:30 Club
Washington, D.C.
Feb. 25, 2011

Download MP3@320

Ages ago I posted this in lossless, but I have since lost those files. If anyone has them I’d love to get a copy.

Source: Audio Technica 853 (cardiod) > iHP 120 (16/44.1 kHz)

A VWMule recording

01. Intro
02. Mean Mean Man
03. Rock Your Baby
04. I Gotta Know
05. Funnel of Love
06. Baby, Let’s Play House
07. Heartbreak Hotel
08. You Know That I’m No Good
09. Shakin’ All Over
10. Rip It Up
11. Fujiyama Mama
12. Right Or Wrong
13. Riot In Cell Block #9
14. I Saw The Light
15. Let’s Have A Party
16. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On


— The Lustre Kings opened and then backed Wanda

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Denver, CO (04/24/70)

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Grateful Dead
April 24, 1970
Mammoth Gardens
Denver CO

Download: FLAC/MP3

AUD master C-120 > reel 3.75ips > DAT > CD

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 19531

–Acoustic Set– [32:32]
101-d1t01 – I Know You Rider
102-d1t02 – Monkey & the Engineer
103-d1t03 – Friend Of the Devil
104-d1t04 – Me & My Uncle
105-d1t05 – Candyman
106-d1t06 – Uncle John’s Band

–Electric Set– [71:27]
201-d2t01 – Easy Wind
202-d2t02 – Cumberland Blues %
203-d2t03 – // Dire Wolf %
204-d2t04 – // Dark Star ->
205-d2t05 – St. Stephen ->
206-d2t06 – The Eleven ->
207-d2t07 – Drums ->
208-d2t08 – Jam //
209-d2t09 – // It’s A Man’s World

* This seed is an upgrade over all circulating copies. The reel tape
wascarefully transferred by Gerhard Schinzel, reducing the speed
problems that marred previous copies. Gerhard has had a 1st
generation copy off Richard Wethey’s master recording since 1976.
* The first seconds of Dire Wolf and Dark Star are cut.
* The d2t8 jam cuts off.
* About 2 minutes are missing from the beginning of Man’s World.

The following are details of the tape speed correction that was
performed digitally.
The numbers express the amount of semitones the source tape ran too
* acoustic set: constant 0.4
* Gradual speed-up from 0.4 to 0.6 during Easy Wind & Cumberland,
* Dire Wolf: 0.6
* Dark Star: 0.5; almost constant
* Man’s World: varying between 0.4 to 0.5

The attribution of the 4/24/70 date to this tape is debatable.
Richard’s notes accompanying Gerhard’s reel copy do not mention any
specific day; the only information given is “Mammoth Gardens Denver
1970”, which leaves the choice between 4/24 and 4/25.
There is a newspaper article reviewing the second show; this article
is transcribed at . The fact that Man’s World appears on
this tape points to 4/25. Uli Teute writes on Deadlists, “I don’t
know how the 24th got attributed to what richard taped, but if he
taped the 24. and the newspaper article is correct that would make
3 DarkStars in a row (the 26th also has a Dark Star) – very
unlikely – plus the article matches our tape just perfect. maybe
we have the 25th. and do not know a bit about 4-24”.

Recorded by Richard Wethey

A>D – Gerhard Schinzel
Research – Uli Teute
Speed correction – Carsten Baumann
SHN seeding – Hanno Bunjes
September 2003

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/03/79)

Bob Dylan - Warfield - 1979

Bob Dylan
Fox Warfield Theatre
San Francisco

Download: FLAC/MP3

Legendary Tapers Series #20
Taped by: Legendary Taper E
Spirce: shn files derived from an off-master copy

Disk One
Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe In You
When You Gonna Wake Up
When He Returns
Man Gave Names To All The Animals
Precious Angel Slow Train
Covenant Woman
Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
Solid Rock
Saving Grace
What Can I Do For You?

Disk Two
In The Garden
Blessed Be The Name
Pressing On

Note: The third night of the great Warfield residency in November 1979. Enjoy another
LTE recording!


Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/16/79)


Bob Dylan
Fox Theatre
San Francisco, CA.
16 November 1979.

Download: FLAC/MP3

If I Got My Ticket Lord*
Its Gonna Rain *
Do Lord, Remember Me*
Look Up and Live by Faith*
Oh Freedom!*
This Train*

Gotta Serve Somebody
I Believe in You
When You Gonna Wake Up
When He Returns
Man Gave Names to all the Animals
Precious Angel
Slow Train
Covenant Woman
Ain’t No Man Righteous, No Not One
God Uses Ordinary People
Gonna Change My Way of Thinking
Do Right To Me Baby
Solid Rock
Saving Grace
What Can I Do For You
In The Garden
Blessed Be The Name
Pressing On

Source 1:

From an offmaster copy of the audience recording by Legendary Taper E.

I believe this show was torrented earlier (in an upgraded form as I remember). I decided to
seed this offmaster so as to provide a complete documentation of LTE’s recording
of the Warfield shows. If you previously downloaded the bit torrent for 11-16-79, then
perhaps you will not wish to download this one (I must hasten to add that I have not done
a comparison listening of this recording and the recently circulating version).

Source 2:

Missing Solid Rock – Trouble in Mind

Contract with the Lord
Manufacturer: Silver Rarities
Catalog No.: SIRA 12
Released: 1990

This is an excellent audience recording of a great show from Dylan’s gospel period. His heart is in this one.

Source 3:
A Better Contract
Tambourine Man Records TMR-001/002

Includes these tracks from April 22, 1976 from the Starlight Ballroom, Bellevue
Biltmore Hotel, Clearwater, Florida

Mr. Tambourine Man
The Times They Are A-Changin”
When I Paint My Masterpiece
Seven Days
Blowin’ In The Wind
I Dreamed I Saw St, Augustine
Diamonds And Rust

All tracks recorded
commercial bootleg>unclekurty’s wallet>eac>wav>shn(seekable)

Source 4:


Recieved a copy of this from the “Unofficial Bob Dylan Free Tape Library”
quite a few years ago, and here’s what the website owner said regarding this

A very good audience recording of an outstanding performance. I’m a little
uneasy about the acuracy of the venue, though. The audience sounds receptive
and enthusiastic as one might expect from one of the four World Vision
International benifits at Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica that started a
couple of days later. Additionally, The set order doesn’t quite agree with
Bjorner’s Chronicles. However, Olof attributes No Man Righteous to the 15th
in his table so one has to question the accuracy of other entries.
Unfortunately, the tape is compromised by an abrupt clipping of the end of
In The Garden. Still well worth having, if only for the very rare (the only
other performance I’m aware of being on May 7th the following year) No Man

Regarding my suspicions as to the attributed venue, on 10/07/97 John D.
Baldwin wrote: “I think I have solved the mystery of the venue for the
gospel tape you provided for me through the library, dated by you 11/16/79.
It is indeed the last Warfield show, rather than one of the Santa Monica
shows. The clue is in Dylan’s rap prior to his performance of Solid Rock:
“They hold my records so long, you might hear [the song Solid Rock] a
month from now, maybe a year from now, but remember, whenever you do,
remember you heard it first right here.

“Now [illegible] San Francisco is a great town and you know there are a
lot of things wrong with it, but there are a lot of people here that we love.
And we’re gonna miss it, too!”

The beginning of the second comment is obscured by audience applause
generated by the first comment, but he clearly utters the words “San
Francisco.” Even if those words were inaudible, the remainder of his
comment indicates that this is the final date of the Warfield residency.
It would not be appropriate for Dylan to refer to “a lot of things wrong”
with a city like Santa Monica, and because he played in Santa Monica for
only four days, it seems to me unlikely that he would make a big deal
about missing the place at the end of such a short stay. (I’m assuming
that the whole tape represents a single concert, which I have no reason
to doubt, rather than performances from two or more dates edited together.)
As far as the enthusiasm of the crowd is concerned, Paul Williams in his
book “Dylan – What Happened?” clearly states that the audiences at the
Fox Warfield grew more and more enthusiastic as the residency went on
(though Williams apparently did not catch this particular show). It is
also very possible that many San Francisco-based “born-again people” found
out about the Dylan show, went on the last night to see what the fuss was
about, and liked what they heard, although these people clearly do not
represent the entire audience.”

Source 5:

* Includes these songs which are only on this source.

Bob Menke Recording: Nak 700 cassette master > 1st gen cassette (front balcony)

Charlie Miller DSD Transfer: 1st gen cassette (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz) -> KORG AudioGate 4 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC 24/96

Edited & Mastered by Joe Noel:
Flac 24/96 > Audacity > Flac 24/96
May 1, 2018

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/18/80)

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Bob Dylan
San Francisco, California
Plus Interview

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-7438, (74min+51min)
from lk fall 80 set;; this is a sort of close eac match on d1t2 to LB-527 with mostly same flaws exept this has more discontinuities between tracks; (did not listen to all of this)

1. Let It Ride (McCoy/Dennis)
2. It’s Gonna Rain (C Johnson)
3. Come On In This House (?)
4. Saved By The Grace Of Your Love (Willie Smith/David Palmer)
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. I Believe In You
7. Like A Rolling Stone
8. Regina McCreary: Till I Get I Right
9. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
10. All Along The Watchtower
11. To Ramona
12. Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody
13. Girl From The North Country
14. Slow Train
15. Carolyn Dennis: Walk Around Heaven All Day
16. Rise Again (Dallas Holm)
17. Let’s Keep It Between Us

18. Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
19. Mary From The Wild Moor (trad.)
20. Solid Rock, 21. Just Like A Woman
22. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
23. What Can I Do For You?
24. When You Gonna Wake Up
25. In The Garden
26. Blowin’ In The Wind
27 City Of Gold
28. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
29. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Portland, OR (12/03/80) – LB3670

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Bob Dylan
Portland, Oregon

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-3670, (68min+66min)
from lk fall 80 set; in comparison to LB-483 this one has less hiss, is less muffled and has a fuller better sound; however this has an occasional shakiness to its sound on some vocals such as d1t4 0:25 and other places ; very good to excellent sound [B+]

I previously posted this show, LB9015 “A Musical Retrospective” here.

1 Its Gonna Rain
2 Come On In this House
3 Saved By the Grace of Your Love
4 Serve Somebody
5 I Believe In You
6 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
7 Till I Get it Right
8 Man Gave Names To All The Animals
9 Simple Twist Of Fate
10 We Just Disagree 11 AllAlong The Watchtower 12 Ain’t Gonna Go To Hell 13 Girl From The North Country
14 To Ramona
15 Slow Train
16 Walk Around Heaven All Day

1 Abraham, Martin And John
2 Rise Again
3 Let’s Keep It Between Us
4 Mary From The Wild Moor
5 Solid Rock
6 Just Like A Woman
7 Senor(Tales Of Yankee Power)
8 A Couple More Years
9 What Can I Do For You?
10 WhenYou Gonna Wake Up
11 In The Garden
12 Blowin’ In The Wind
13 City Of Gold
14 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (acoustic)
15 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)(acoustic)


Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (08/28/65)

Bob Dylan 1965Forest Hills soundcheck

Forest Hills Tennis Stadium
New York City
August 28th 1965

Download: FLAC/MP3



Source 1
(JTT Transfer from Open Reel)
Audience Recording

SOURCE: Open Reel 7 1/2ips (Low Generation) Tandberg 3600XD > Soundforge PRO 10b > FLAC Level 8
All Destructive Joins Edited, No EQ etc.
Transfer & Artwork, JTT

Source 2 – New Source, I’ve never posted this one before – Mat

Poor Audience Recording
Transfer from Newly Acquired Cassette Tape
SOURCE: Sony CHF 90 Cassette > Yamaha KX-580SE > Soundforge PRO 10c > FLAC Level 8
Transfer & Artwork, JTT

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (11/08/79)

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Bob Dylan
Fox Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, California
8 November 1979

Download: FLAC/MP3

SOURCE: “off master” (aud) recording
SOUND: very good!
SIZE: 616 MB

1. Gotta Serve Somebody
2. I Believe In You
3. When You Gonna Wake Up
4. When He Returns
5. Man Gave Names To All The Animals
6. Precious Angel
7. Slow Train
8. Covenant Woman
9. piano snippet (:06 seconds)

1. Gonna Change My Way Of Thinking
2. Do Right To Me Baby (Do Unto Others)
3. Solid Rock
4. Saving Grace
5. What Can I Do For You?
6. Saved
7. In The Garden
8. Band intros
9. Blessed Be The Name
10.Pressing On

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar)
Fred Tackett (guitar)
Spooner Oldham (keyboards)
Tim Drummond (bass)
Terry Young (keyboards)
Jim Keltner (drums)
Regina Havis , Helena Springs , Mona Lisa Young (background vocals)

d1t4 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar) with Spooner Oldham (piano)
d2t5 Bob Dylan (harmonica)
d2t10 Bob Dylan (piano)