Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Olatunji & His Drums of Passion – Petaluma, CA (02/15/87)

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Olatunji & His Drums Of Passion
February 15, 1987
Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium – Petaluma, CA
**Benefit For World Music In Schools**

Download: FLAC/MP3

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Recording Info:
SBD -> Cassette Master (Maxell MX90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Sony TC-WE475) -> Sony R500 (Pass Through) ->
SEK’D Prodif Plus -> Samplitude Professional v8.01 -> FLAC
(2 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

Transferred and Edited By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
January 3, 2006

Notes:
— Thanks to Paul Scotton and Joanni Walker for the tapes.

Setlist:
This is what is listed on the Thejerrysite.com, but it is incomplete
and doesn’t match the order of the Master Cassettes.

Oya
Fire On The Mountain
K’rae K’rae
Unknown Song
Akiwawa
Dance To The Beat Of My Drum
Loyim, Loyim
Ife Loya L’miye

Guests:
Jerry Garcia (guitar)
Mickey Hart (drums)
Carlos Santana (guitar)
Hamza El Din (tar)
Bobby Vega (bass)

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Setlist:
Hamza El-Din

01 introduction
02 Angesigu
03 Shahadag Og
04 Unknown
05 Ollin Arrageed

Babatunde Olatunji

06 Unknown
07 Akiwowo
08 The Beat of My Drum
09 Loyin Loyin
10 Odun De! Odun De!
11 Ife L’oju L’aiye
12 Unknown
13 band introductions
14 Oya
15 Fire on the Mountain
16 Unknown
17 Se Ani A Fe L’amo Kere Kere
18 Ara Me Lo

Babatunde Olatunji set with Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Carlos Santana, and Bobby Vega

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Eric Clapton – Uniondale, NY (06/28/75)

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Eric Clapton
“Union of the Gods”
Uniondale, New York
June 28, 1975

Download: FLAC/MP3

Silver Horse – SH-7502A/B – Aud 3

(Rating Scale 1-6; where 1=awful & 6=perfect)

Disc 1:

1. Layla
2. Key to the Highway
3. Badge *Not Included – Officially Released*
4. Bell Bottom Blues
5. Further On Up the Road
6. Better Make it Through Today
7. Blues Power

Disc 2:

1. Sunshine of Your Love
2. Crossroads
3. Tell the Truth
4. Stormy Monday
5. Eyesight to the Blind

Band Lineup (courtesy of ectours.de)
Eric Clapton Guitar, Vocals
George Terry Guitar
Carl Radle Bass
Dick Sims Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker Drums
Yvonne Elliman Backing Vocals
Marcy Levy Backing Vocals

Geetarz Comments: Disc times are 62:51/44:25.

Also features Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin on guitar, and Alphonze Mouzon on drums, during the encore.

“Badge” and “I Shot the Sheriff” from this concert were officially released on the “Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies” box set. Please note that this audience recording is not complete, to begin with it was missing “Sheriff” and “Can’t Find My Way Home”. To appease the DIME gods and prevent confusion from anyone stupid enough to confuse an officially released soundboard track with a pretty crappy audience recording, D1T3, “Badge” has been removed from this torrent. More information about the missing track(s) can be discussed on the ClaptonBoots group (http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/ClaptonBoots/).

Please note that although I have run across several different lineages of this recording, they have all been missing the same 2 tracks so at this point I think it’s a safe assumption to consider that they were not recorded, or at least the full recording is not to be found in the trading pool. I hope to be proven wrong, but in the meantime this is the best sounding recording of this historic concert that I have encountered.

CD Extraction with EAC (v 0.99, Prebeta 4, Secure Mode) > FLAC (Level 5) > YOU!

Artwork scans, EAC logs, and checksums included.

Upped By Request.

~G

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones & Friends

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The Rolling Stones + Friends
Compilation of the Stones playing with various guest artists from 1972-1994

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Uptight-Satisfaction (Stevie Wonder 1972-07-25)
02 Sympathy For The Devil (Carlos Santana 1975-06-27)
03 Don’t Look Back (Peter Tosh 1978-07-11)
04 Faraway Eyes (Doug Kershaw 1978-07-18)
05 Black Limousine (Mick Taylor 1981-12-14)
06 Miss You (Suger Blue 1989-09-11)
07 Little Red Rooster (Eric Clapton 1989-10-19)
08 It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (Living Colour 1989-12-14)
09 Boogie Chillen (John Lee Hooker 1989-12-19)
10 Salt Of The Earth (Axl Rose & Izzy Stradler 1989-12-19)
11 No Expectations (Lenny Kravitz 1994-08-28)
12 Live With Me (Sheryl Crow 1994-11-25)
13 Stop Breaking Down (Robert Cray 1994-11-25)
14 Who Do You Love (Bo Diddley 1994-11-25)

From the original uploader:
This is a compulation i made up called “Rolling Stones And Friends” spanning from 1972-1994 guest appearances with the rolling stones. i picked out the clearest and and best quality recordings i had.This is the first of a two part series vol.2 i will upload later listen and enjoy =)

Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan (With Mick Taylor & Carlos Santana) – Rome, Italy (06/19/84)

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Bob Dylan with Mick Taylor & Carlos Santana
Rome, Italy
June 19, 1984
Soundboard
Liberated Boot: Live At Palaeur
Silver CD > CDR > FLAC

Download: FLAC, MP3

Disc one

Highway 61 Revisited
Jokerman
All Along The Watchtower
Just Like A Woman
Maggie’s Farm
I And I
License To Kill
Hard Rain (acoustic)
Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
Simple Twist Of Fate

Disc two

Masters Of War
Ballad Of A Thin Man
When You Gonna Wake Up
Every Grain Of Sand
Like A Rolling Stone (band introduction)
encore:
Mr Tambourine Man (acoustic)
It Ain’t Me Babe (acoustic)
The Times
I Shall Be Released
Tombstone Blues
Blowin’ In The Wind

Band:
Mick Taylor – guitar
Ian MacLagan – keyboards
Greg Sutton – bass
Colin Allen – drums

Guest: Carlos Santana – guitar, last 4 tracks

online Review:

“Live At Paleur is a soundboard recording taken from Dylan’s 1984 tour of Europe. It captures a highly enjoyable performance from Dylan and his Mick Taylor-fronted band. This recording sets Dylan’s vocals way out in front but I personally enjoy that mix. The band are a little buried on some of thew songs and there are occasional echoes on the vocals but if you don’t mind these things then this is a great recording. It’d give and 8 or an 8.5 out of 10. Dylan sings most of the songs in the confident, swaggering style that characterised many of live performances in the 1980’s. While this style is certainly not my favourite of Bob’s “vocal characters”, it works to good effect on many of the songs here. One thing that cannot be disputed is that ‘Live At Palaeur’ is a much better document of this tour than the patchy official release ‘Real Live’. Ballad Of A Thin Man on ‘Real Live’ is a horrible, rushed parody of the song that appeared on ‘Highway 61 Revisited’. Here Ballad… is one of the highlights of the set. The versions of Maggies Farm, Masters Of War and Tombstone Blues on this release also put their Real Live incarnations to shame. Other highpoints include the brilliant, rewritten Tangled Up In Blue, an interesting post-Gospel rewrite of When You Gonna Wake Up? (“When you gonna wake up? maybe you never will”), a passionate I & I and a beautiful performance of Every Grain Of Sand, which was still a relatively new song at that time. It’s clear that Bob’s having fun when he lets the audience sing on the chorus of Times They Are A-Changin’ and Blowin’ In The Wind. All in all, this is a highly entertaining show and I don’t hesitate in giving it my stamp of approval (for whatever that’s worth…) “