Repost Bonanza: Steve Kimock – Pittsburgh, PA (12/31/11)

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Steve Kimock & Friends
2011-12-31
The Rex Theater
Pittsburgh, PA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: AT4050 > V2 > M10 24/44.1
Transfer: M10 > USB 2.0 > Cool Edit Pro 2.1(Normalize/Fades/) > CDWave Editor > Traders Little Helper/flac24
Placement: FOB/DFC/25′ from stage @ 9 ‘ high
Notes: ** 24 bit file**

Recorded and Transferred by Kevin Kistler

Set 1:

1. Five B4 Funk
2. Tangled Hangers
3. Thing One
4. Berm > In Time > Berm
5. Ice Cream
6. Tongue N Groove

Set 2:

1. A New Africa > Auld Lang Syne > “Happy New Year”
2. I Wanna Thank You > Simple Song > I Wanna Thank You
3. 54 – 46 Was My Number > Lively Up Yourself > 54 – 46 Was My Number
4. Got A Thing On My Mind
5. Get Down
6. Do That Stuff
7. This Must Be The Place (tease)
8. Red Hot Mama

E:

9. Stella Blue

Steve Kimock – guitar
Bernie Worrell – keys
Bobby Vega – bass
John Kimock – drums
Camille Armstrong – special guest vocalist
Miles Kimock – guitar

Upgrade Bonanza: Lady Gaga – Montreal, Canada (11/27/09)

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Lady Gaga
Bell Centre,
Montreal, Canada
November 27, 2009.

Download: FLAC/MP3

The Monster Ball Tour. (1st show of the tour)
Source: Sony Electret Condensor, Plug-In Type ECM-DS70P Mic. > Sony MD MZ-NH700 @ Hi-SP.
Transfer: MiniDisc Optical Out > Sonic Stage V2.1.02.09031 > Soundblaster Live > Sound Forge 7.0 > Wave > CD Wave Split > WAV>MP3
Location: Red Level, Section 116, Row G, Seat 17 About 150′ From the Right Stack of Speakers.
Taper & Transfer: PBelle.

Set List:

Disc 1: 66:43 Minutes.

1.Finally* (Intro) 2:53
2.Dance in the Dark 4:26
3.Just Dance 4:19
4.Beautiful Dirty Rich 2:34
5.Intermission #1 (Costume Change) 4:31
6.Love Games 3:59
7.Boys Boys Boys 3:58
8.Alejandro 5:08
9.Intermission #2 (Costume Change) 3:04
10.Monster 4:10
11.Lady Gaga Talks 2:37
12.So Happy I Could Die 4:01
13.Lady Gaga Talks 2:01
14.Teeth 3:42
15.Lady Gaga Talks 2:25
16.Lady Gaga (Improvisation on Piano) – Pokerface (Tease)** 12:45

* Cece Peniston Cover.
** With Kid Cudi.

Disc 2: 55:42 Minutes.

1.Speechless 5:46
2.Intermission #3 (Costume Change) 2:25
3.Fashion 3:53
4.The Fame 4:33
5.Lady Gaga Talks – Money Honey 5:24
6.Intermission #4 (Costume Change) 3:59
7.(Don’t Want No) Paper Gangsta 5:09
8.Pokerface 6:12
9.Paparazzi 4:47
10.Intermission #5 (Costume Change) 3:16
11.Eh Eh (There’s Nothing Else I Can Say) 3:55
12.Bad Romance 6:18

Upgrade Bonanza: Jackson Browne – New Orleans, LA (03/02/75)

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Jackson Browne
1975-03-02
New Orleans
Tulane University

Download: FLAC/MP3

Soundboard Recording

01 – I Am a Child (4:03)
02 – Rock Me On the Water (5:42)
03 – Morning Dew (3:06)
04 – Take It Easy (3:04)
05 – Lady of the Well (5:08)
06 – For a Dancer (5:58)
07 – Ready or Not (4:42)
08 – Fountain of Sorrow (7:23)
09 – Crystal Ball story (1:43)
10 – For Everyman (6:19)
11 – Introductions (2:00)
12 – Walkin’ Slow (4:00)
13 – Doctor My Eyes (4:18)
14 – These Days (3:40)
15 – The Road & the Sky (7:11)
16 – Before the Deluge (8:46)

Jackson Browne
David Lindley – guitars, “fiddle”
Larry Zack – drums
Dennis Kavourik – bass
Wayne Cook – piano
Herb Peterson – banjo
Chris Smith – pedal steel

New Source Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Andrarum, Sweden (05/27/89)

Bob Dylan - European Tour '89

Bob Dylan
Andrarum, Sweden
Christinehofs Slottspark
27-May-1989

Download: FLAC/MP3

Second and third sources are new.

Intro (swedish Language)
Subterranean Homesick Blues
You Don’t Know Me
Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
You’re A Big Girl Now
Just Like A Woman
Blowin’ in the Wind
Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
Gates of Eden
Silvio
I Shall Be Released
Like A Rolling Stone
Girl From The North Country
Give My Love To Rose
Maggie’s Farm

Concert # 72 of The Never-Ending Tour. First concert of the 1989 Tour Of Europe.
Concert # 72 with the first Never-Ending Tour Band: Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G. E. Smith (guitar), Kenny Aaronson (bass), Christopher Parker (drums).

7-9 and 13 Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar), G.E. Smith (guitar).
14 starts acoustic and ends electric.
4, 6-8, 13, 14 Bob Dylan harmonica.
1, 10 G. E. Smith (backup vocal).

Notes.

First performance of You Don’t Know Me.
First performance of Most Likely You Go Your Way since the 1974 tour with The Band.
Last performance of Give My Love To Rose (as of revision date).

Source 1:
LB-7209, (75min)
Taper: Legendary Taper: D
Lineage: Sennheiser MKE 2002 >Sony WM 6 (Maxell XLIIS) >DAT 48kHz >, Hard Drive >ssrc 44.1kHz >wave convert to >flac (dbpoweramp Music Converter) >md5summer

bittorrent download 02/09; same recording as LB-2468 based on same clapping wavs at end of t13 and inverted from that; that has higher levels and is compressed with some clipping in comparison on the softer songs like t13 this was harsher; on the louder songs like t10 they were similar; background talking t3, t14; very good to excellent sound [B+]

Source 2:
LB-2468

(71min), background talking t2, t3, t5; t6, t7, t9, t13, t14, t15; very good sound [B]

Source 3:
LB-8464

Upgrade Bonanza: Hayes Carll – Happy Valley, OR (08/06/10)

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Hayes Carll
(with Scott Davis and Bonnie Whitmore)
August 6, 2010
Workshop Barn
Pickathon Roots Music Festival
Pendarvis Farm
Happy Valley, OR

Download: FLAC/MP3

AK40 (ORTF, ~4′ high, DFC) >> LC3 >> KM100 >> R-44 (Oade CM) >> WAV (24bit/44.1KHz)>MP3

Adobe Audition 3.0 >> Ozone 4 VST >> loudness maximizer >> multiband exciter >> parallel compression >> dither to 16 bit (MBIT+ algorithm)

This was an all acoustic show (no amplification) and Q&A session.

1. Intro
2 Beumont
3 Q&A Ray Wiley Hubbard
4 Another Like you
5 Q&A comedians
6.It’s a shame
7. Q&A how do you write songs
8. Girl Downtown
9. Q&A bands and performing
10. I’ve been everywhere
11. Q&A Where ya’ll from?
12. Richie Lee
13 Q&A satate mottoes
14. Live free or die
15. Q&A Portland
16 She left me for Jesus
17. Q&A playing w/ John Prine
18. Knockin’ over whiskeys
19. Q&A getting started
20 I got a gig

Thanks to Dwight for the setlist.

Upgrade Bonanza: Eric Clapton – Norfolk, VA (08/30/75)

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Eric Clapton
Great Final At The Scope
August 30, 1975
The Scope
Norfolk, Virginia, US.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience Recording
Lineage: Beano-040 Boot 2CD > WAV > FLAC

Disc.1
01: Opening
02: Layla
03: Bell Bottom Blues
04: Key To The Highway
05: Mainline Florida (song by Grorge Terry)
06: Can’t Find My Way Home
07: Further On Up The Road
08: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Disc.2
01: Blues Power (incl. Drum Solo)
02: Teach Me To Be Your Woman
03: Stormy Monday
04: Tell The Truth
05: Let It Rain (with Poco)

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
George Terry: Guitar, Vocals
Dick Sims: Keyboards
Jamie Oldaker: Drums
Carl Radle: Bass
Yvonne Elliman: Backing Vocals
Marcy Levy: Backing Vocals

Repost Bonanza: Neil Young – Live and Rare

neil young - live and rare

Neil Young
Live and Rare
YELLOW CAT
Made In: japan
RARE ORIGINAL CD-13RARE TRACKS WITH GUESTS
Release Date: 12/31/94

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Mr. Soul (Young) 5:02
2. Cinammon Girl (Young) w/Crazy Horse –
Great Woods, Massachusettes 1986 3:23
3. If You Got Love (Young) – “Human Highway” LP outtake 3:20
4. Amber Jean (Young) w/International Harvesters, Nashville 1985 3:42
5. Baby What You Want Me To Do (J.Reed) 6:57
6. Things I Used To Do (Trad.) 4:14
7. Sweet Little Rock And Roller / Nadine – Medley (C.Berry)
w/G.E.Smith and the Michael Bloomfield Band – The Ritz, NY 9:25
8. My My Hey Hey (Young) 2:46
9. Worried Man Blues (Trad.) w/Devo from the film “Human Highway” 4:08
10. American Woman (Bachman/Cummings/Kale/Petersen) 6:41
ll. Just Like Tom Thumb Blues (Dylan) 5:34
12. Down By The River (Young) ll:58
13. Takin’ Care Of Business (Bachman) w/Guess Who, The Devrons & The Squires
Winnipeg,Manitoba “Shakin’ All Over 25 Year Reunion Party” 6:30

Total time of CD: 73:47

From the Booklet liner notes :
“Neil Young is an incredibly diverse musician and individual.
One look at his solo catalogue, and a more careful investigation
into the many musical styles & motifs represented by that catalog will
easily prove this point. He can play the tastiest blues licks,
the grungiest power chords, the tightest little rock and roll arrangements
and some of the best country twang ….. all wherever the mood strikes.
Over the years, Neil has also gained the reputation of a rocker who likes
to lend a hand to his fellow musician when the opportunity arises.
Most folks in the industry, then, are quick to return the favour if
Neil ever asks for their support or help on a song, a concert or a film
project. Knowing his sense for fun & adventure, and his eye for quality,
anyone who works with Neil can assume that the finished product will
probably turn out extremley well … or that at least they’ll have
a blast at making it happen.

So this CD show’s off some examples of Neil’s work; mostley with his
friends. The first 2 tracks offer Neil with long time cronies
“Crazy Horse”; captured live here in 1986 at Great Wood in
Massachusettes in the U.S. Track 3 features Neil all on his own in an
outtake from the original “Trans” LP, when it still carried the titleto
the [unreleased] film “Human Highway”. Tracks 8 & 9, incidentally,
are Neil’s jam’s with Devo, taken directley from the soundtrack to that
film. Neil shows off his country side on track 4 in concert with
the International Harvesters in Nashville in 1985. Neil takes the stage
with G.E.Smith & the late Michael Bloomfield’s former band as they play
tribute to Bloomfield during this performance at The Ritz in New York.
The closing segment of the disk is, in my opinion, the most historic.
In 1990, a musican who had played in a regional rock band in the sixties
organised a benefit concert at Calvin High School, his alma mater,
in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He called upon all the famous, and not so
famous musical alumni of the school to see if they could lend a hand to
this musical high school reunion. The call back to Calvin High
Schoolcaught the ears of it’s most famous students.

Neil Young (Former member of “The Squires”),
Burton Cummings (Of “The Devrons”)
and Randy Bachman (“Chad Allen & The Expressions”)
were among the dozens of Musicians who reunited with their old bands
from the sixties and, inevitably, with one another.
The last four tracks are taken from this incredible event which took place
at the local concert hall in Winnipeg and it includes jams on two Guess
Who classics, a Randy Bachman solo number, a Neil classic & a Bob Dylan oldie.

Upgrade Bonanza: Mumford & Sons – Manchester, TN (06/11/11)

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Mumford and Sons
2011-06-11
Which Stage
Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
Manchester, Tenn.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Avantone CK-1 (cardoid) > Fostex FR-2LE (24/48)
FOB/DFC; mics at ~ 10′ high
CF > HDD > Wavelab 6 > CD WAVE > FLAC > Traders’ Little Helper>MP3@320

Taped by: willsfc
Transferred and Seeded by: MSTaper
*** A Team Dirty South Recording ***

Set List:

01 intro
02 Sigh No More
03 Roll Away Your Stone
04 Winter Winds
05 Below my Feet
06 White Blank Page
07 Timshel
08 Hopeless Wanderer
09 Little Lion Man
10 Lover of the Night
11 Thistle and Weeds
12 Lover’s Eyes
13 The Cave
14 Awake My Soul*
15 Dustbowl Dance
16 encore break
17 Amazing Grace *^

Running Time: 1:24

* With Jerry Douglas
^ with members of Old Crow Medicine Show, Cadillac Sky and Apache Relay.

Repost Bonanza: Lucinda Williams – San Francisco, CA (05/28/98)

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Lucinda Williams
Slim’s
San Francisco CA
Slims
05/28/98

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Pineola
02 Something About What Happens When We Talk
03 Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
04 Lake Charles
05 Drunken Angel
06 Greenville
07 Metal Firecracker
08 Still I Long For Your Kiss
09 Right In Time
10 Passionate Kisses
11 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
12 Concrete And Barbed Wire
13 Can’t Let Go

14 Hot Blood
15 Joy
16 Changed The Locks
17 Disgusted
18 Down The Big Road Blues
19 Come To Me Baby
20 Sweet Old World
21 Little Angel, Little Brother
22 Jackson
23 Crescent City
24 Side Of The Road
24 Nothing In Rambling

Band:
Bo Ramsey- guitar, slide guitar
Kenny Vaughn- guitar
Richard Price- bass
Fran Breen- drums

Soundboard recording
Lineage: CDR>EAC>Wavetrim>TLH>SBE & FLAC>BT

Repost Bonanza: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Denver, CO (05/12/70)

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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Denver Coliseum
Denver, CO
May 12, 1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: AUD
Lineage: ?>CDR>WAV>FLAC
Sound: B/C

Disc One

01 – Suite- Judy Blue Eyes
02 – Teach Your Children
03 – On The Way Home
04 – Helpless
05 – Everybody’s Been Burned
06 – Tell Me Why
07 – Man In The Mirror
08 – Only Love Can Break Your Heart
09 – Black Queen
10 – Bluebird
11 – We Are Not Helpless
12 – Love The One You’re With

Disc Two

01 – Pre-Road Downs
02 – Carry On
03 – So Begins The Task
04 – Wooden Ships
05 – Chicago
06 – As I Come Of Age
07 – Southern Man
08 – Everybody I Love You
09 – Long Time Gone

This is a significant show for CSNY. It was the first show of the new tour. It was Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuel’s first show as bassist with CSNY, and Dallas Taylor’s last show. Everyone involved considered it a disaster, particularly the electric set. Neil walked off sometime during or after “Everybody I Love You” and prior to “Long Time Gone”. Crosby and Stills have this little exchange:

Crosby: “Where, where’s Neil?”
Stills: “He ran”

Crosby & Nash were angry with what they perceived as Stills’ controlling behavior. The possibility of resuming as “Crosby,
Nash & Young” was even suggested. The group effectively broke up after this show, only resuming the tour on May 29 in order to
satisfy contractual obligations, and meeting Neil’s “it’s either him or me” ultimatum regarding Dallas Taylor.

Aside from the drama, this is a unique set. Crosby plays “Everybody’s Been Burned”, a song he never played during a CSNY show, and rarely
performed on solo tours. Stills plays the Buffalo Springfield arrangement of “Bluebird”. Then he plays “We Are Not Helpless”, the only time
this track from his first album was ever played live. Lastly, the group plays “Everybody I Love You”. Amazingly, they play it differently
than on “Deja Vu” which was already released. Integrated within the main song is a different chorus with the words “Open Up”.