Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Berkeley, CA (07/17/88)


Grateful Dead
July 17, 1988
Greek Theater
Berkeley, CA
University of California

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 87752
Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master (TDK MA-XG90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/48k) ->
Samplitude Professional v9.11 -> FLAC/16
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
October 19, 2007

Patch Info:
FM -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD -> Samplitude -> CD supplies:
Space (1:10 – 1:17)

— Set 2 is seamless
— Rex Benefit
— Thanks to Dean Gustafson for the tapes

Set 1:
d1t01 – Tuning
d1t02 – Foolish Heart
d1t03 – Greatest Story Ever Told
d1t04 – Althea
d1t05 – Me And My Uncle ->
d1t06 – Big River
d1t07 – Candyman
d1t08 – Let It Grow

Set 2:
d2t01 – Tuning
d2t02 – Box Of Rain
d2t03 – Victim Or The Crime
d2t04 – Crazy Fingers ->
d2t05 – Playing In The Band ->
d2t06 – Uncle John’s Band ->
d2t07 – Drums ->
d3t01 – Space ->
d3t02 – Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d3t03 – All Along The Watchtower ->
d3t04 – Believe It Or Not ->
d3t05 – Throwing Stones ->
d3t06 – Not Fade Away

d3t07 – Blackbird ->
d3t08 – Brokedown Palace

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Worcester, MA (04/09/88)


Grateful Dead
April 9, 1988
The Centrum
Worcester, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3
This is a tagged version of shnid: 91241
Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master (TDK SA-X90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/48k) ->
Samplitude Professional v10.02 -> Adobe Audition v1.5 -> FLAC/16
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
April 7, 2008

Patch Info:
FM -> Cassette Master -> ? -> PCM -> Dat -> CD (shnid=15098) supplies:
Space (6:16 – 6:24)

— Disc change is seamless
— Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

Set 1:
d1t01 – Big Boss Man
d1t02 – Walkin’ Blues
d1t03 – Far From Me
d1t04 – Candyman
d1t05 – Me And My Uncle ->
d1t06 – Mexicali Blues
d1t07 – Tennessee Jed
d1t08 – When I Paint My Masterpiece
d1t09 – Deal

Set 2:
d1t10 – Tuning
d1t11 – Hell In A Bucket ->
d1t12 – Iko Iko
d2t01 – Looks Like Rain ->
d2t02 – Terrapin Station ->
d2t03 – Drums ->
d2t04 – Space ->
d2t05 – Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
d2t06 – I Need A Miracle ->
d2t07 – Dear Mr. Fantasy ->
d2t08 – Hey Jude ->
d2t09 – Throwing Stones ->
d2t10 – Not Fade Away

d2t11 – One More Saturday Night

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Who – The Fall 1969 Soundboard Tapes

The Fall 1969 Soundboard Tapes
Vol. 1-5
Newly Restored & Remastered 2016 [Prof. Stoned]

Download: FLAC/MP3

I got this off a torrent, but Prof Stoned runs a blog and its well worth checking out. – Mat

Notes from the original uploader:
This collection consists of direct-to-stereo soundboard recordings that were made for possible inclusion on a live album during The Who’s 2nd American tour of 1969. The tapes ended up being rejected in favor of what became Live at Leeds. Pete Townshend drastically tried to prevent the 1969 tapes from being bootlegged by destroying them, but some of the material eventually did find its way into circulation, albeit scattered over various poorly compiled/mastered bootlegs and with very little documentation to accompany them.

Every single circulating recording from this tour has been included here with the exception of officially released material. Furthermore, the best available sources have been selected, the speed of all recordings has been corrected and everything has been newly mastered for optimal sonic consistency. A lot of the dates remain a mystery and probably always will, unless previously uncirculated recordings of this tour show up.

Vol. 1 – State University of N.Y.

01. Heaven and Hell
02. Can’t Explain
03. Fortune Teller
04. Overture
05. It’s a Boy
06. 1921
07. Amazing Journey
08. Sparks (tape drags within)
09. Summertime Blues
10. Shakin’ All Over
11. My Generation
12. Young Man Blues

Time: 50m03s
Tr. 01-02, 09-11: unknown place/date*
Tr. 03: unknown place/date
Tr. 04-08: State University of New York, Stony brook, NY – October 18, 1969
Tr. 12: unknown place/date

*has been labeled as “McDonough Gymnasium, Georgetown University, Washington D.C. – November 2, 1969”

Note: Sourced from “Wintertime trip” and “Pure Rock Theatre”. Unlike the 2006 version, the Tommy section has now been put in the middle. I have some doubts whether Tr. 01-02 and 09-11 are actually from the same show, nor have I ever seen convincing evidence that either one of these sections were recorded in D.C. This assumption seems to have arisen from Townshend’s comment before the last song: “Before we go back to England, we’d just like to say; why don’t all you fuckers who wanted to cause trouble, and that includes the cops, why didn’t you go to Washington, because this is a rock ‘n’ roll concert”. Why advice someone to go to Washington D.C., when you are already there?! Furthermore, it would be another 2 weeks (and 13 shows) before the band was supposed to go back to England. My uneducated guess is that this section comes from one of the last four shows of this tour (three of which were in the State N.Y.). Tr. 03 does not belong with the so-called “Georgetown” sections. I just put it there on the 2006 version and have decided to let it stay.

Vol. 2 – Capitol Theater

01. Heaven and Hell
02. Can’t Explain
03. Fortune Teller
04. Tattoo
05. Young Man Blues
06. I’m Free (0m34s, cuts in)
07. Tommy’s Holiday Camp
08. We’re Not Gonna Take It
09. Summertime Blues
10. Shakin’ All Over

Time: 41m57s

Tr. 01-05: Capitol Theater, Ottawa – October 15, 1969 (1st Set)
Tr. 06-10: unknown place/date

Note: Sourced from “Pure Rock Theatre” except for two tracks which appear in slightly cleaner quality on “Wintertime trip”. There is some tape warbling on Tr. 01 & 10 and some of the tracks are faded abruptly. I remedied this by flying in some audience response from a different source to maintain the feel of a live-show. The majority of the Tommy section of this show was officially released in 2013 on the Super Deluxe Boxset version of Tommy, none of which had previously circulated on ROIO or bootleg.

Vol. 3 – Fillmore East

01. Jerry Pompili Introduction
02. Heaven and Hell
03. Can’t Explain
04. Fortune Teller
05. Young Man Blues
06. Overture
07. It’s a Boy
08. 1921
09. Amazing Journey (fragment missing within)
10. Sparks
11. Eyesight to the Blind
12. We’re Not Gonna Take It (1m29s, cuts in)
13. Summertime Blues
14. Shakin’ All Over

Time: 50m26s

Tr. 01-11: Fillmore East, New York, NY – October 22, 1969
Tr. 12-14: unknown date, assumed to be from the same venue

Note: The Who played 8 shows in 6 days at the Fillmore East Theatre from Monday Oct. 20 to Saturday Oct. 25, 1969. Tr. 01-11 were recorded during one of these shows for sure, most likely the third one on Oct. 22, if we go by the remarks Pete makes after Fortune Teller: (“See, we don’t play the same thing every night”, “Every night the same amplifier is always blown up during the solo of the first song” & “We have only done three shows so far”).We can faintly hear Pete have a tantrum over the malfunctioning amplifier after the first song, so this show should probably be counted as one of those three. The announcer has often been mistaken to be the late Bill Graham (legendary promotor, not the TV preacher), but the voice actually belongs to Jerry Pompili, an associate of Graham’s.
Sourced from “Accept No Substitute” & “Wintertime Trip”. The latter only has a part of the Tommy section from the Fillmore shows and was sourced from a tape with better fidelity. Tr. 12-14 might be from another night. This section runs slower than the rest on the “Accept No Substitute” and there’s no sign of the buzzing in John’s amp which can be heard between interludes on the first part. Also, there is a 50 second fragment of an unidentified version of “Amazing Journey” on “Accept No Substitute” between Tr. 11 & 12 (not included here) which doesn’t match with Tr. 09 or the versions from 1969/10/15, 1969/10/18 & 1969/10/19.

Vol. 4 – Electric Factory

01. Heaven and Hell (1m40s, cuts in)
02. Can’t Explain
03. Overture
04. It’s a Boy
05. 1921
06. Amazing Journey
07. Sparks
08. Acid Queen (2m41s, cuts off)
09. Summertime Blues
10. My Generation
11. Fortune Teller
12. Young Man Blues

Time: 49m02s

Tr. 01-10: Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA – October 19, 1969
Tr. 11-12: unknown place/date

Note: Tracks 01-10 are sourced from “Electric Factory 1969”. The recording is marred (or enhanced, depending on your perspective) somewhat by a technical malfunction; the sound of the guitar distorts whenever it is turned up on the P.A. and at the very end of the recording we can hear an English guy mutter “Fucking P.A., bad up here”. The Who played two shows at 4pm and 8pm. This portion is sourced from the late show. Tr. 11 & 12 were compiled from “Who is Tommy?” & “Live at Leeds Rejects”; the latter source has superior sound but misses the first 21 seconds of Tr. 12 plus the lengthy announcement by Pete.

Vol. 5 – Acetates

01. Heaven And Hell
02. Can’t Explain
03. Fortune Teller
04. Tattoo
05. Young Man Blues
06. Summertime Blues
07. Shakin’ All Over
08. My Generation

Time: 46m28s

Tr. 01-10: unknown place/date

Note: As mentioned below, these tracks all originate from the reference acetates that were made by Damon Lyon-Shaw at IBC studios in Jan. 1970. Tr. 01-05 & 06-07 are likely from 2 different nights. All are sourced from “Live at Leeds Rejects”. Tr. 08 is of lesser audio quality and comes from “Who is Tommy”. There were two needle skips on this track which I repaired by patching the missing fragments in from “1969 Autumn Acetates”, along with the last 5 minutes of this song. Funny enough, this ROIO does not have the skips even though it clearly originates from the same scratchy acetate.

Some Lo-Fi Extra’s

01. Can’t Explain
02. Fortune Teller
03. Young Man Blues
04. My Generation (6m59s, cuts off)

Time: 20m02s

Tr. 01-04: unknown place/date (Tr. 4 was reported to be from one of the Fillmore shows)

Note: More from the acetates. All are sourced from “Who is Tommy” except for the last track which was taken from an unknown tape source. There is a small fragment missing on Tr. 02 due to a needle skip, which appears on the “1969 Autumn Acetates” version as well, so I remedied it somewhat by replacing it with a piece from earlier in the song. Tr. 03 is the same version as on Vol. 1 but appears in stereo here. I suspect Tr. 01-02 (and possibly 03 as well) are from the same show as Tr. 06-07 from Vol. 5.

Audio sources:

– Accept No Substitute (CD, Big 011, 1992)
Sourced from tape of unknown generation (I suspect 3rd or 4th) and runs a bit slow.

– Who is Tommy? (2CD, Dynamite Studio, DS94-A077, 1993)
Sourced from acetate recordings dubbed to tape of unknown generation. Quality not too great and quite a few skips and surface noise from the acetates.

– Pure Rock Theatre (CD, Hiwatt ZA59, 1996)
Quite clean sound on the 1969 tracks which implies a low generation tape source but digital noise reduction was used heavy handedly during the mastering process, which mostly affects the quieter spots. Runs slightly off-speed.

– Wintertime Trip (CD, Dandelion DL 112, 1999)
Again quite a clean source with a wealth of great material, but this too suffers slightly from a digital noise reduction treatment. Most of the material is off-speed.

– Electric Factory 1969 (CD, NightHawk NH-02013, 2002)
A pretty clean source without noise reduction. Runs off-speed.

– Live at Leeds Rejects (CD, Jack Of Hearts JOH 3, 2003)
A slightly off-speed source but in great quality. Presumably sourced from acetate but no audible skips or surface noise.

– 1969 Autumn Acetates ROIO
Low-fi compilation sourced from a 2nd generation cassette.

Recording Setup/History:

All 33 shows of The Who’s 2nd North-American tour in 1969 were recorded directly to stereo on a Vortexion tape recorder by the band’s long-serving (and long-suffering) live-soundengineer Bob Pridden. Pete Townshend had hoped to compile a live-album from these tapes, as had been requested by American record-company Decca. The setup was very simple: Pridden used the mono P.A. mix (heard within the center of the stereo panorama) and supplemented it with two strategically placed mics on the stage which picked up the guitar, bass and drums in stereo. Pridden adjusted the balance on-the-fly and the overall results were quite decent. Townshend was pleased with the quality when he got to hear some of the tapes during the tour.

After the tour, Townshend asked Pridden to review the recordings. Shortly after Christmas 1969, when the two met up again to discuss the project, it turned out that Pridden had listened to all the tapes but had neglected to make notes and was unable to give directions on what material he deemed useable for release. Another 7 British shows had been added to the pile at this point and Townshend did not feel like wadding through 70+ hours of concert footage. So he told the soundengineer to hire a mobile recording unit to record two dates in February 1970 instead. When asked what to do with the 1969 stereo tapes, Townshend ordered all of them to be destroyed. Pridden dutifully burned all reels in a bonfire in his garden and kept only or two tapes in his archive.
However, this was not before 2 master reels of selected material were prepared on January 6, 1970 by Damon Lyon-Shaw (resident engineer at I.B.C. Studios). A tapesheet of the first reel as pictured in the “Anyway Anyhow Anywhere” book by Andy Neill & Matt Kent can be seen below. The tracks on Reel #1 were: “Young Man Blues” #1 “Can’t Explain” “Fortune Teller” “Young Man Blues” #2 “Summertime Blues” “Shakin’ All Over” “Tattoo” & “My Generation”^.

The main reason why Pete Townshend had wanted the tapes destroyed was fear of bootlegging. Such was his paranoia, that he made a point of warning Pridden that if the tapes were ever to be bootlegged, the soundengineer would be held responsible. Townshend came to regret his decision later on and even called it one of his greatest mistakes in his autobiography. The ultimate irony in this story is that some of the material did eventually find its way to bootleggers over two decades later. Most likely, these fragments originated from tape copies made in late 69/early 70 when the tapes were being reviewed. The band and Bob Pridden seemed to have no prior knowledge of the existence of these recordings.
In 2013, the band finally released a portion of one of their surviving tapes officially on the “Tommy” Super Deluxe Edition. The fact that the producers failed to find any versions of the last three Tommy tracks from the Fall 1969 tour to round out the disc, makes it seem like indeed almost nothing from the 40 recorded shows has survived in the official Who archives*.

^ (This might very well be the material that can be heard on Vol. 5, even though there’s no sign of “Heaven and Hell”. “Young Man Blues” #1 could be the version on Vol. 4. Whatever the case, a number of recordings were mastered to acetate, including a couple of alternative versions of the same tracks, among them the bonus tracks on Vol. 01+04, Tr. 01+02 of “Some Lo-Fi Extra’s” and the version of “Fortune Teller” on Vol. 4.)
* (among these was the Coliseum, London show from December 14, 1969 which had been filmed by Kit Lambert & Chris Stamp and was eventually issued in full on DVD as a bonus to the 1977 Kilburn show. The soundtrack seems to exist in lo-fi mono only. The film footage itself was also nearly thrown out until Jeff Stein saved it from a garbage can at the Track Records headquarters in the late 70’s.)

It has been 10 years since I first started this series. As you may know, Vol. 4+5 did not get completed at the time, even though the first 3 volumes were (and continue to be) quite popular. All three ended up being professionally bootlegged on various CD’s and Vol. 1 even made it to some lavishly packaged colored vinyl release in 2013 (no, I did not buy it.)

So why revisit this now? Quite frankly; I felt the mastering work on the 2006 volumes could be improved upon. But that’s not the only reason; the requests to finish the series never really stopped and there was still some great material left that I had received from a few helpful people. Luckily, I kept my notes from 2006 which made it a lot easier to complete Vol. 4+5. I pieced Vol. 1-3 together again from scratch, rather than using the original unmastered files and this has led to some new insights which helped improving the overall quality.

Oct. 2016

All original recordings made by Bob Pridden.

Research, Notes & Sound Engineering by Prof. Stoned, Sept. /Oct. 2016

Information & additional audio sources provided by Howard, Everett, Joe, Roland, Tim, Luke.

Special thanks to C.G. Whitman, whose research inspired this series.

Lineage/Mastering note:

SDB > ? > Silver bootleg CD* > EAC > WAV > Mastering > FLAC (lvl 8, SBE aligned)

* with the exception of Electric Factory which was sourced from a 1st generation securely burned CDR.

Mastering was done using Cubase 5, using Universal Audio Hardware (See: http://www.uaudio.com/store/plug-in-bundles/precision-mastering-bundle.html).
Playback on PMC IB2s monitors.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Warren Haynes & Friends – Asheville, NC (12/10/16) “The Last Waltz”

The Last Waltz
Warren Haynes Christmas Jam
Asheville Civic Center
Asheville, North Carolina

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>
Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 37′ From Stage, 6′ High
DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 10.0>CD Wave>flac(16)
ID3 Tagged In Foobar 2000
Recorded By: Z-Man
Seeded By: Z-Man

Disc I

01 Intro
02 Up on Cripple Creek
03 The Shape I’m In
04 Stage Fright
05 Georgia on My Mind
06 *#The Weight
07 Ophelia
08 It Makes No Difference
09 @Helpless
10 ^+Mannish Boy
11 ^+Further on Up the Road
12 King Harvest (Has Surely Come)
13 The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down

Warren Haynes – Guitar And Vocals
Michael McDonald – Keyboards And Vocals
Don Was – Bass
Jamey Johnson – Guitar And Vocals
John Medeski – Keyboards
Terence Higgins – Drums

* With Bob Weir Guitar And Vocals
# With Alison Krauss On Vocals
@ With Alison Krauss On Fiddle
^ With Smoky Greenwell On Harmonica
+ With “Steady Rollin'” Bob Margolin On Guita And Vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Cure – Live 1985-1987 – BBC FM


The Cure
Live 1985-1986-1987 – BBC FM

Download: FLAC/MP3

Birmingham NEC 20th September 1985
broadcast on BBC Radio 1 7th December 1985 as Radio 1 In Concert.

Glastonbury 21st June 1986
Broadcast on BBC Radio 1 as Radio 1 In Concert.

Birmingham NEC 6th December 1987
Broadcast 1988 on BBC Radio 1 as Radio 1 In Concert.

BBC FM>BBC Radio 1 FM>Marantz ST320L Tuner>Aiwa or Teac cassette recorder (master cassettes)>wave capture, track markers & burned to cdr using Magix ACL>accuraterip to flac level 8.

1985 band: Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Boris Williams, Laurence Tolhurst
Setlist 1985:
01 – The Baby Screams
02 – Play For Today
03 – A Night Like This
04 – Primary
05 – Kyoto Song
06 – The Blood
07 – The Hanging Garden
08 – Cold (a few seconds of the start missed due to tape flip)
09 – Inbetween Days
10 – Let’s Go To Bed
11 – The Walk
12 – Push
13 – Screw
14 – Sinking
15 – Charlotte Sometimes
Run time: 00:59:51

1986 band: Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Boris Williams, Laurence Tolhurst
Setlist 1986:
01 – Primary
02 – Charlotte Sometimes
03 – A Strange Day
04 – Kyoto Song
05 – Inbetween Days
06 – The Walk
07 – A Night Like This
08 – Close To Me
09 – One Hundred Years
10 – Push
11 – A Forest
12 – Sinking
Run time: 00:58:39

1987 band: Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Boris Williams, Roger O’Donnell, Laurence Tolhurst
Setlist 1987:
01 – Torture
02 – A Japanese Dream
03 – Catch
04 – If Only Tonight We Could Sleep
05 – Like Cockatoos
06 – The Walk
07 – Inbetween Days
08 – The Perfect Girl
09 – The Snakepit
10 – A Forest
11 – Charlotte Sometimes
12 – Why Can’t I Be You
Run time: 00:59:11

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders – San Anselmo, CA (09/24/71)

Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders
The Lion Share
San Anselmo, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3
Download MP3 Samples of both sources.

Early and Late Shows

I previously posted a different source which you can find here.

Source: sbd > reel master > Dat
Provided by Paul Scotton
Transfer: Dat > Sony R500 > Sound Devices 744T > wav 16/44.1
Transferred by Charlie Miller
Lienage: wav 16/44.1 > Adobe Audition 3.0.1 > iZotope RX4 Advanced >
iZotope Ozone 5 Advanced > CD Wave > TLH > Flac16

Early Show

01 intro/tuning
02 Save Mother Earth Instrumental >
03 Imagine Instrumental
04 One Kind Favor
05 I Was Made To Love Her Instrumental
06 Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do?
07 Down Around Biloxi

Late Show

01 Hi-Heel Sneakers
02 Man-Child Instrumental >
03 Summertime Instrumental
04 That’s The Touch I Like >
05 Annie Had A Baby >
06 WPLJ (White Port And Lemon Juice)

Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Merl Saunders – keyboards, vocals
John Kahn – bass
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Tom Fogerty – guitar, vocals

Thanks to Paul and Charlie

Thanks to Joe.B. Jones for help with pitch correction.

edited and mastered
January 2017

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited Again


Bob Dylan
Wild Wolf 6506 [T-174]

Links removed, this has been officially released.


Highway 61 Revisited sessions (June 15-August 2, 1965)

Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
Sitting On A Barbed Wire Fence
Like A Rolling Stone
Ballad Of A Thin Man
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
Highway 61 Revisited
Positively Fourth Street
It Takes A Lot To Laugh
Tombstone Blues
Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window
Desolation Row
Queen Jane Approximately
From A Buick 6

DEEP: Another reissue from the Scorpio folks, this one presenting the Highway 61 Revisited acetate tracks, including different mixes, mono mixes, outtakes and alternate/single versions (most notably the “Desolation Row” outtake). Quality is excellent but do expect the flaws in the acetate to cause some pops and clicks, and there are short periods where a buzzing noise is evident. A nice collection of things you may or may not have elsewhere. The package features some wild color pics of Bob from this period and many B&W pics from 1965 inside the studio.

NOTE: The CD packaging identifies this disc as “Highway 61 Revisted [sic] Again.” Although the disc is most often reported as taken from Highway 61 Revisited acetates, the source for most tracks is apparently a reel-to-reel compilation of session mixes made in early August 1965 for copyright/publishing purposes.

All info for this text file including reviews are Courtesy of Monicas Dude

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Thackerville, OK (10/22/16)


Bob Dylan
Winstar World Casino
Thackerville, OK
October 22, 2016

Download: FLAC/MP3
The folder was accidentally mislabeled as 2016.10.11, but all of the info inside is correct. – Mat

Back To Mono
Taper: V4TX
Sony D100>DPA4061>Left Channel split>Sony CDRW66>CDR>EAC>Trader’s Little Helper FLAC level 8

Disc 1
01 Stu’s Intro
02 Things Have Changed†
03 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right†
04 Highway 61 Revisited†
05 It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue†
06 High Water (For Charley Patton)†
07 I Could Have Told You†
08 Early Roman Kings†
09 Love Sick†
10 Tangled Up in Blue†
11 Lonesome Day Blues†
12 Make You Feel My Love

Disc 2

01 Pay in Blood†
02 Desolation Row†
03 Soon After Midnight†
04 All or Nothing at All†
05 Long and Wasted Years†
06 Blowin’ in the Wind†
07 Why Try to Change Me Now†

From the original uploader:
Not sure what this will add to the already posted excellent WHOTAPES version, but hey, Lossless Bob needs something to do.  I do think this has a bit more bottom.  It also has a few more people yelling at Bob, and singing along in Blowin’ In The wind.  I was in the front row of the 2nd section near the left wall, and security let people from the cheap seats come down and party up front.  Hey the guy loved Bob so he can’t be a bad guy, I just wish he was on the other side of the hall.  One thing this recording lacks is a right channel.  Before the show I noticed my attenuator was adding some noise to recordings so I removed it.  When I plugged my mics in I did not plug them in all the way, HOW MANY YEARS HAVE I BEEN DOING THIS?, and only got one usable channel.  So I did a direct analog split into the CD recorder.  So yes in the old world of a SPARS code this one is a DAD recording.  I know there were other ways to do this, but I took the fastest route for me.  Sorry.  This doesn’t completely stink.  There is some rustling and distortion at the beginning as I get my act together recording without an attenuator for the first time in I don’t know how long.  Tracks done on the fly.  Enjoy.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – San Francisco, CA (10/18/12)


Bob Dylan
October 18, 2012
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
San Francisco, California

Download: FLAC/MP3

source: Neumann KM140s>EAA PSP/2>Sony PCM-M10>flash
lineage: flash>computer>CD Wav>TLH>flac16

01. Watching The River Flow
02. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
03. Things Have Changed
04. Tangled Up In Blue
05. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
06. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
07. High Water (For Charley Patton)
08. Chimes Of Freedom
09. Highway 61 Revisited
10. Love Sick
11. Thunder On The Mountain
12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. All Along The Watchtower

15. Blowin’ In The Wind

total time: 87:25:71

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Atlanta, GA (02/09/02)


Bob Dylan
Got A Line On You
source: Atlanta, GA
Feb 9, 2002
Wild Wolf / 2902-A/B

Download: FLAC/MP3

Flac files extracted by cevau from audio disks.

Disc one
I Am The Man, Thomas
My Back Pages (
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
Searching For A Soldier’s Grave
Lonesome Day Blues
Lay, Lady, Lay
High Water (For Charley Patton)
It Ain’t Me, Babe
Masters Of War
Tangled Up In Blue

Disc two
Summer Days
Sugar Baby
Drifter’s Escape
Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
1st encore:
Things Have Changed
Like A Rolling Stone
Forever Young
Honest With Me
Blowin’ In The Wind
2nd encore:
All Along The Watchtower

From BOBSBOOTS (http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-g42.html

This is about as good as it gets, audio wise, as is evident by the many releases of this show. All ages catch Bob (TMR)—All ages Catch Dylan (Mainstream) –He is the Man (Rattlesnake) and this one here from the Wolf. They are all soundboard except for TMR. The soundboard for this show is simply flawless. Not only is the sound exquisite, but Bob and the band are brilliant. Dylan bends and drags his words as only he can do. The band is tight and keeps up beautifully with Bobís driving vocals. This recording prooves just what a force that Dylan and his band are. All of the labels were smart to leave off bonus tracks, for anything from 2002 would pale horribly on the same disc as this show.
The artwork, however, is a tad flimsy (which is uncharacteristic of this Japanese label). The photos are accurate and very appealing, but the front cover is only a double sided glossy square and the back inside liner is blank. The cds are silk screened to match the front cover. The lack of packaging is hardly a deterrent from obtaining this title, however, if youíre looking for a more aesthetically pleasing package… then the Rattlesnake release would be the way to go.