New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Tokyo, Japan (02/10/97)

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Bob Dylan and His Band
1997-02-10
Tokyo, Japan (International Forum Hall)

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Down In The Flood (Crash On The Levee)
02 If Not For You
03 All Along the Watchtower
04 Shelter From The Storm
05 Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
06 Silvio
07 O Babe It Ain’t No Lie
08 Tangled Up In Blue
09 Love Minus Zero / No Limit
10 Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
11 You’re A Big Girl Now
12 Highway 61 Revisited
13 Like A Rolling Stone
14 Girl From The North Country
15 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

Source 1: No LB Number

From the original uploader:
From an old DAT (received in trade, 1997-05-23). This is probably from the same source as one of the LB tapes, but I haven’t heard them so just guessing….

TRANSFER DATE: 2016-10-26

WHAT I DID: DAT > WAV > Sound Forge (split into tracks) > FLAC > MP3tag (tagging)

WHAT I DID NOT DO: resample the files (they remain @ 48 khz, just as on the original DAT, so you will have to convert them yourself in order to burn to CD).

All thanks to the original taper, and to the person who sent me the DAT.

Source 2: LB-4412

Source: Audience recording > OKM II Rockversion > Sony DAT TCD-D7 > DAT master > Tascam DA-40 Professional > WaveTerminal > WAV > WaveLab 6 > FLAC. Taped by Bach. LB-4412

My part:

FLAC (LB-4412 obtained from the Insarah’s 2007 download) > TLH > WAV (16/48) > Adobe Audition 1.5 > WAV (16/44) > TLH > FLAC(level 8).

Which makes it LB-xxxx until jokerman.org.uk decides otherwise. Same source, but now suitable for burning to CD-R.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jonie Mitchell + James Taylor – London, England (10/29/70)

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Joni Mitchell & James Taylor
BBC In Concert
Paris Theatre [not Royal Albert Hall, as the original text stated]
London, England
10-29-1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

Original source: Wardour 005 – Bootleg CD shared by Randall at Dime on April 11, 2009

CD > WAV > FLAC > Your PC >

Goody’s additional lineage:
foobar2000 (WAV) > Audition (DC Bias Adjust; Tracks 13-16: Pitch Bender -36 cents) > TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; .ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)

01 Introduction By John Peel
02 That Song About The Midway
03 The Gallery
04 Rainy Day Man
05 Steamroller Blues
06 The Priest
07 Carey
08 Carolina In My Mind
09 California
10 For Free
11 The Circle Game
12 You Can Close Your Eyes
13 The Good Samaritan
14 River
15 My Old Man
16 A Case Of You
17 Dialog (Origin Of The Dulcimer)
18 Carey

Tracks 1-12 : BBC transcription disc
Tracks 13-18 : Aircheck tape

Goody adds:
Note that ~1’51” of Joni’s intro to “Carey” in Track 07 was carefully edited out for the broadcast, for some reason.
The complete intro is included in what’s called the Aircheck tape’s Track 17. The missing bit begins at ~01’39” and ends at ~3’30”.
Track 18 of the Aircheck tape is the same performance of “Carey” found in Track 07, but not the same track.

Many thanks to all involved in creating, archiving and releasing the source of this incredible archive!

Text updated for this edition 3/14/14

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton – The Unreleased Sessions

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Eric Clapton
1974-xx-xx
“The Unreleased Sessions”
(Capricorn CD-2048)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Track List:
1) It’s too Late
2) Meet Me
3) Jam in E
4) Dobro Jam
5) Dobro Jam
6) B Minor Jam
7) B Minor Jam
8) Give Me Strength
9) Blues Instrumental
10) Jam in E
11) Give Me Strength
12) Jam
13) Fool Like Me
14) Burial

Geetarz Notes: Tracks 1-12 Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, USA in April and May 1974. Tracks 13 and 14 Recorded
at Dynamic Studios, Jamaica, on September 1974.

http://www.geetarz.org visitor comments: Visitor Comments:

* “Great sounding CD with some interesting Dobro work from Eric.
All A++ sound.” – Anonymous

Trade > CD-R > Plextor PX-712a > EAC v. 0.99 Prebeta 4 (Secure
Mode) > FLAC (Level 6) > You !

Artwork, info file, checksums (FFP, MD5, and ST5), and EAC logs
included. A whole-torrent MD5 is also included.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Tampa, FL (09/30/95)

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Bob Dylan
Sundome
University Of South Florida
Tampa, Florida
30 September 1995

Download: FLAC/MP3

1 intro
2 Crash On The Levee (Down In The Flood)
3 If You See Her, Say Hello
4 All Along The Watchtower
5 I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
6 Man In The Long Black Coat
7 Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)
8 Mr. Tambourine Man
9 Masters Of War
10 Love Minus Zero/No Limit

1 Seeing The Real You At Last
2 She Belongs To Me
3 Obviously Five Believers
4 Band introduction
5 Ramblin’ Man (Dickey Betts)
6 Highway 61 Revisited
7 It Ain’t Me, Babe
8 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar)
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar)
John Jackson (guitar)
Tony Garnier (bass)
Winston Watson (drums & percussion)

Dickey Betts (electric guitar) in second electric set and encore,
Dickey Betts (shared vocal) on Ramblin’Man

further info http://www.bjorner.com

LB-6052

net taper K (?)

dropout in Highway 61 Revisited

??? -> portable DATrecorder – clone -> (digital transfer) m-audio delta audiophile 2496
-> Wavelab, levels raised -> cdwave for tracking -> tlh

I did not harm the sound of the recording in any way

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – New York, NY (11/16/93)

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BOB DYLAN
The Supper Club
New York City, New York.
November 16th 1993
Early Show (Complete)

Download: FLAC/MP3

I’ve previously posted this show in the Complete Supper Club collection.

Soundboard: excellent quality

Bootleg-silver>eac>flac-level8>EF CheckSum Manager>btcompletedir>hc>you
Bootleg WLR-2062

Tracklist:

1.) Absolutely Sweet Marie (acoustic w band)
2.) Lay Lady Lay (acoustic w band)
3.) Blood In MY Eyes (acoustic w band)
4.) Queen Jane Approximately (acoustic w band)
5.) Tight Connection To My Heart, (Has Anybody Seen My Love) (acoustic w band)
6.) Disease Of Conceit (acoustic w band)
7.) I Want You (acoustic w band)
8.) Ring Them Bells (acoustic w band)
9.) My Back Pages (acoustic w band)
10.) Forever Young (acoustic w band)

Total Time = 67:37

I have at least 3 versions of this show, but this one is superior quality !

Please enjoy:
MH

bootleg cover,this is disc 1:
http://www.pixsup.com/uploads/2ac1d9c8c8.jpg (bootleg pic)

Maybe LB-9366

Upgrade Bonanza: Van Morrison – Dublin, Ireland (11/02/73)

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VAN MORRISON
Talk About Pop (acoustic 1973)
November 2, 1973
Radio Telefos Eireann (RTE) Studios
Dublin, Ireland

Download: FLAC/MP3

TV>gen.1or2? type-II cassette tape>CD-R>wave/lossless>FLAC>MP3

1. Wild Children (4:21)
2. Slim Slow Slider (3:12)
3. Warm Love (3:19)
4. Drumshambo Hustle (3:38)
5. Autumn Song (4:02)
6. St. Dominic’s Preview (5:52)
7. Purple Heather [aka Wild Mountain Thyme] (3:49)
8. Madame George (7:14)
9. Wild Side Of Life (2:18)
– 4-second tape anomaly at 0:22-0:26
10. I Shall Sing (2:47)
11. And It Stoned Me (3:44)
12. piano into [Edit] (0:38)

***** LACKING – Snow In San Anselmo
***** LACKING – Beside You

Notes from the original torrentor:

This is something truly special for Van Morrison fans. 45 minutes of the Belfast Cowboy performing solo on acoustic guitar in an Irish television station studio. The show was called Talk About Pop, and Van’s appearance included an interview with host Tony Johnson and Donall Corvin (which can be read here).

It was recorded on November 2, 1973 and aired a week later on November 9, 1973. Included among Van’s song choices are three that are known only among serious collectors: “I Shall Sing”, “Wild Side Of Life” (sometimes known as “Honky Tonk Angels”), and the ridiculously rare “Drumshambo Hustle”, a song bemoaning the business aspect of the music industry.
About 10 years ago I received a cassette tape of this performance from an old-time Van Morrison fan & collector from Belfast. As a serious collector, I had previously heard a portion of this set (about 20 minutes worth), but when I played this tape and found that there were additional songs that I hadn’t heard before, and in stunningly great sound quality, I was thrilled. Unfortunately, the interview segments were edited out, and the ending “piano intro” snippet hints that there may have been more of the show with Van on piano. There also appears a tape anomaly 20 seconds into “Wild Side Of Life”. These flaws aside, I think any Van Morrison fan and/or collector will be amazed at what they hear, as this tape represents the most complete, best sounding copy of this show I’ve heard. Enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Los Angeles, CA (11/01/80)

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Bruce Springsteen
Sports Arena
Los Angeles, CA
November 1, 1980
Mike Millard first gen via JEMS
The Lost and Found Mike the MICrophone Tapes Vol. 6

Download: FLAC/MP3

Likely Recording Info: AKG-451E microphones > Uher CR-240 cassette recorder

JEMS 2014 Transfer: first-generation cassettes made by Mike Millard for SG > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > iZotope RX MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (volume smoothing / edit / index) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

101 Born to Run
102 Out In The Street
103 Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
104 Darkness on the Edge of Town
105 Independence Day
106 Factory
107 For You
108 Two Hearts
109 Jackson Cage
110 The Promised Land
111 Prove It All Night ’78
112 The Price You Pay
113 The River
201 Badlands
202 Thunder Road
203 No Money Down > Cadillac Ranch
204 Hungry Heart
205 Fire
206 Candy’s Room
207 Because The Night
208 Fade Away
209 Stolen Car
210 The Ties That Bind
211 Wreck On the Highway
212 Point Blank
213 Crush On You
214 Ramrod
301You Can Look
302 Drive All Night
303 Backstreets
304 Rosalita
305 Jungleland
306 Sweet Little Sixteen (with Jackson Browne)
307 Detroit Medley > I Hear a Train > Wabash Cannonball

JEMS is pleased to release the sixth in a series of recordings made by legendary taper Mike Millard, AKA Mike th

New Source Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (07/24/73)

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Van Morrison
Rainbow Theatre
London, England
July 24, 1973

Download: FLAC/MP3

I previously posted the original bootleg “For Rainbow” of this show. Apparently the FLAC files I uploaded were corrupt. I do have it on disk somewhere and will eventually repost it. For now please enjoy these two different remasters of it. Unfortunately the original show had a couple of extra songs that are now missing. Sorry about that. – Mat

Warm Love *
Take your Hands Out Of My Pocket
Here Comes The Night
I Just Want To Make Love To You
Brown Eyed Girl
Moonshine Whiskey
Moondance
Help Me
Domino
Caravan
Cyprus Avenue
Wild Night *

BONUS (lost tracks from this concert,on audio CD only)

I Paid The Price *
Saint Dominic’s Preview *
Gloria [cut, Dave Fanning talking over) *

LineUp :
Van Morrison : Vocals
John Platania – guitar
Jeff Labes – keyboards
Jack Schroer – saxophones
Bill Atwood – trumpet
David Hayes – bass
Dahaud Shaar – drums
Terry Adams – cello
Nancy Ellis – viola
Tom Halpin – violin
Tim Kovatch – violin
Nathan Rubin – violin

Source 1:
4-Eyed Freak remastering

Sources :
Tracks 1-11 from the 27 may 1974 original BBC “simulcast” : audio come from the stereo radio feed, video come from a rare VHS recording of the BBC2 broadcast.
Track 12 “Wild Night” : audio comes from the 31 dec 1975 OGWT BB2 broadcast, video comes from a dutch repeat in 1980.
Tracks 13-15 “I Paid the price”, “Saint Dominic’s Preview” and “Gloria” come from the RTE 1974 broadcast.

Lineage:
Audio :
1-12 : Master tape > WAV 44.1 kHz > WAV 48 KHz > Remastering and speed correction > WAV 44.1 KHz > FLAC
13-15 : Master tape > WAV 44.1 kHz > FLAC > WAV > Remastering and speed correction > FLAC

Notes (thanks to setlist.com and to the Van Morrison Website)

The Rainbow Theatre show was first broadcasted by the BBC2 as part of the Old Grey Whistle Test on the 27 may 1974. It was aired simultaneously on stereo FM radio and on mono TV. This was one of the earliest stereo radio broadcasts, and the first simultaneous TV/radio broadcast of a “rock” concert.
It was repeated on the 9 oct 1980 on BBC2 as well. ALL the previous copies that are in circulation (known as “Over The Rainbow” and “Under The Rainbow”) are from the 1980 rebroadcast.

“Over the Rainbow” is a bad quality stereo recording (according to the Hayward website : [Over the Rainbow] sounds as though it could’ve been taken straight from a notoriously bad-sounding LP). “Under the Rainbow” is better, but it’s mono.

What’s more, they are very incomplete. “Warm Love” was only aired on the initial BBC 1974 broadcast and dropped after that from future broadcasts. “Wild Night”, “I Paid the price”, “Saint Dominic’s Preview” and “Gloria” have never been broadcasted on BBC but only on a 1980 Dutch broadcast (WN) or on a 1974 Irish broadcast by RTE (IPTP, SDP, G). Hence, those 5 tracks seldom (or never) circulated before.

Same issues with the videos/DVDs previously circulating : they all come from the 1980 repeat, have a medium to very bad image and sound quality, and all are mono.

SAW did a fantastic work in researching and finding good recordings of both the original 1974 video and stereo radio broadcasts.
The rare “lost” tracks were unearthed from Harm’s archives. Their sound quality is much lower than the other sources, that’s why they are given as “bonus”.

The challenge was then to remaster the sound from old audio tape sources (first generation from stereo off-air, but recorded onto low grade cassettes as most people did at the time) and to synchronise it to the video that originaly had a bad mono sound. Of course, the audio tape had a dramaticaly bad pitch and a very irregular speed, so it had to be adjusted every 30 seconds. I now know what purgatory looks like.
The incomplete “Wild Night” video that came separated was then merged to the BBC source, without cutting the end of the song as it originaly was.

So here it is for you : the most complete and best quality (untill we find a reel-to-reel recording, or Van releases it) package of both the video and audio versions, in full stereo.

Enjoy it !

Xav

Source 2:
JTT
This Capture:
BBC 2 TV Edited Broadcast (Can’t Confirm Date)

Although this Capture is Mono the sound is far superior to the circulating Stereo (and Mono)
copies, much more solid and clean.

The first Broadcast was an Early Simulcast and the balance was pretty rough and off centre as
can be heard on Van Morrison For Radio set. I recorded that myself and scrapped the result.

LINEAGE: Tandberg 3900SD > Soundforge PRO 10c > FLAC Level 8

Capture, Mastering & Artwork, JTT

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Peter Gabriel – New Haven, CT (11/12/86)

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Peter Gabriel
1986-11-12
Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum
New Haven CT ( 4th Gen ) (DAVROS046)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Linage :- Tape Trade ( 2 x C60 T.D.K-D ) ( 4th Gen ) – Demon tape deck – Yamaha Reciever – Phono Leads Into PC Soundcard – Nero Wave Editor –
Wav – Tracks split – Traders Little Helper – Flac8 – SBE Checked – You.

TRACKS:-

01. SAN JACINTO.
02. RED RAIN.
03. SHOCK THE MONKEY.
04. FAMILY SNAPSHOTS.
05. NO SELF CONTROL.
06. MERCY STREET. ( Beginning Cut ).
07. THIS IS THE PICTURE.
08. THE FAMILY AND THE FISHING NET.
09. BIGTIME.
10. DON’T GIVE UP.
11. LAY YOUR HANDS ON ME.
12. SLEDGEHAMMER.
13. HERE COMES THE FLOOD.
14. IN YOUR EYES.
15. BIKO.

From or original uploader
I got this tape about 18 months after the concert from a trader in the uk the quailty is good to very good at times.
The version of this on the Genesis database does not have the encores on it, this has both encores and is the full show.

Many many thanks to the trader for sending me a copy & for the taper for taping the show.

I hope you enjoy this show please if you want to upload it to other sites please wait a week or so as i will be uploading these shows to a couple of other torrent sites.
after it has run its course on here

PLEASE NOTE.

This series is from my own personal collection they are NOT SOURCED FROM ANY CDRs / OTHER TORRENT SITES ETC.
They are from recordings that i traded for between 20 – 35 years ago on audio tape as stated above they have all been boxed up for the past 20 or so years.

This is the first time any of them have been Digitally transfered and torrented. All i am doing to the recordings in nero wave editor is inproving the volume ( if low), also equallizing the left and right channel where needed. Removing hiss etc ( If i can ).
Recordings in this series that have a generation linage are the correct linage as to what i was told when i was sent the recordings. Most of the traders i traded with where well known traders so i have no reason to believe they are not the true Linage if i had any doubt to the linage at the time i did not write it down on the tape so all the low generation recordings in this series have a well known and correct linage.

Please do not remaster any of theses If you wish to do remastering of this source find yourself a better quality version and remaster that.
This version is how i remembered hearing it all them years ago and how it sounded when it was recorded the way it should be heard.

Please also buy the bands offical stuff and support them etc.
Thanks to all the Artists for there great music and to all the traders for keeping live music alive.

Uploaded to Genesis- the movement by imaster1 (doctordavros) 15/08/2012

Many thanks Doctordavros ( one day the daleks will rule ).

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Pismo Beach, CA (11/19/76)

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Jerry Garcia Band
11-19-1976
Pismo Theater
Pismo Beach, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 22411
Source: MSC>C3>DAT>WAV>SHN.
Cassette>DAT transfer: Nakamichi DR-2 cassette deck>Tascam DA-30 Mk II by J.Powell.
DAT>SHN transfer: Sony PCM-R500 > coaxial S/PIDF > M Audio Audiophile 2496/P4 2.0 GHz > WAV(Soundforge 6.0) > tracking (CDWave editor)>sector boundaries confirmed (shntool) > SHN (mkwact) by C.Ladner.

Disc 1 – Late show
01 Sugaree [15:32]
02 Catfish John [13:42]
03 Tore Up Over You [11:46]
04 Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door [17:00]
05 After Midnight [13:18]
06 A Strange Man [08:13]
Total time: 79:32

Disc 2 – Late show (cont’d)
01 I’ll Take A Melody// [04:14]
02 Stop That Train// [09:43]

Comments: Scarcely circulated multianalog generation SBD recording without any noise reduction.

The setlist on this recording differs from thejerrysite.com which reports “Mission In The Rain” was played after “A Strange Man”, but was missing from the tape but confirmed by person in attendence. This recording has “I’ll Take A Melody” and “Stop That Train”. There is no gross difference in the recorded sources preceding A Strange Man and I’ll Take A Melody to suggest they come from a different source than the remainder of the recording. If you don’t believe it’s real, just don’t burn disc 2 :-p

Flaws:
d1t04 – d/o @ 5:45 removed with SF6.
Pauses between tracks.

misSHN in the rain, 2/04.

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5