Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:Van Morrison, The Aalener Jazz Festival COMPLETE (11.08.97) Flac


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Van Morrison Featuring Candy Dulfer & Funky Stuff
Aalener Jazz Festival
November 8th, 1997
The Complete Show! (a rare one)

CD1 (Candy Dulfer’s Funky Stuff):

1. Saxy Mood
2. Allright
3. Jammin’
4. Pick Up The Pieces

CD2 (Featuring Van Morrison):

1. Moondance
2. I’ve Been Working
3. Have I Told You Lately
4. Your Mind Is On Vacation
5. It Fills You Up
6. Vanlose Stairway>Trans Euro Train
7. Gloria>Shakin’ All Over
8. Stormy Monday

Source: Jaap (Much Respect)
Lineage: EAC from Silvers, CDR Perfect Lossless, Flac 7
Size: 547 Mb’s

New FFP, MD5, Info and Set List, and Original Art Included
FreeMorrison February 18th, 2012

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Springfield, MA (04/23/77) – SBD Source

Grateful Dead
April 23, 1977
Civic Center Arena
Springfield, MA
This is a tagged version of shinid: 88401

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recording Info:
SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat -> CD

Transfer Info:
CD -> Samplitude Professional v9.11 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
November 9, 2007

Patch Info:
(FOB) Sony ECM-99A -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD -> Samplitude
supplies: Franklin’s Tower (5:05 – 5:34)

— All disc changes are seamless
— Cleaned up many flaws and fixed the levels
— This seed does not have any diginoise in Sugaree

–Set 1–
101-d1t01 – Sugaree
102-d1t02 – Cassidy
103-d1t03 – Loser
104-d1t04 – New Minglewood Blues
105-d1t05 – Ramble On Rose
106-d1t06 – Me And My Uncle
107-d1t07 – Row Jimmy
108-d1t08 – It’s All Over Now
109-d2t01 – Scarlet Begonias ->
110-d2t02 – Fire On The Mountain

–Set 2–
201-d2t03 – Tuning/Take A Step Back
202-d2t04 – Estimated Prophet
203-d2t05 – Bertha
204-d2t06 – The Music Never Stopped
205-d3t01 – Help On The Way ->
206-d3t02 – Slipknot! ->
207-d3t03 – Franklin’s Tower ->
208-d3t04 – Around And Around ->
209-d3t05 – Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
210-d3t06 – Not Fade Away

211-d3t07 – One More Saturday Night

Tagging notes:
Show information is embedded within the header of each flac file. It will display on any player capable of directly playing flac files. If converted to wav during processing, all tags will be stripped, however audio data will remain unaffected. If you must transcode to a lossy format, do so directly Flac > Lossy. Use ffp to validate audio integrity.Md5 values will change if tagging is altered. B. Proctor 4-2-08

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:The Rolling Stones Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 1 1989 The Genuine Pig [TGP-CD-101] Flac

The Rolling Stones
Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 1
1989 The Genuine Pig [TGP-CD-101] ,  1 CD
(Tracks taken from 1963 thru 1970)

Catalogue #1230

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Track List:
1. Aladdin Story [05:10]
2. Diddley Daddy [02:36]
3. Ain’t That Loving You Baby [01:57]
4. Out Of Time [04:55]
5. Come On [02:00]
6. Hillside Blues a.k.a I Don’t Know The Reason Why [07:29]
7. You Got The Silver [02:52]
8. Memphis, Tennessee [02:19]
9. Tell Me Baby [01:58]
10. Trident Jam [03:33]
11. Memo From Turner [02:38]
12. Down in the Bottom [02:43]
13. Road Runner [03:01]
• 1970-10-17: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session
Track: 1 ( CD 1 )
Track: 10 ( CD 1 )

• 1963-03-11: IBC Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 2 ( CD 1 )
Track: 13 ( CD 1 )

• 1964-10-08: ‘Rhythm And Blues’ UK BBC radio, London, UK, Radio performance
Track: 3 ( CD 1 )

• 1966-03-06: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, CA, Studio Session
Track: 4 ( CD 1 )

• 1963-09-23: Saturday Club, London, UK, Radio performance
Track: 5 ( CD 1 )
Track: 8 ( CD 1 )

• 1969-10-17: Elektra Studios, Los Angeles, CA, Studio Session
Track: 6 ( CD 1 )

• 1969-02-10: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session
Track: 7 ( CD 1 )

• 1964-06-11: Chess Studios, Chicago, IL, Studio Session
Track: 9 ( CD 1 )
Track: 12 ( CD 1 )

• 1968-11-17: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 11 ( CD 1 )
01. Aladdin Story [05:10] (Ureleased insturmental, live session at Trident Studios, late 1969)

02. Diddley Daddy [02:36] (Previously unreleased track, live at Chicago Chess Studio 1964)

03. Ain’t That Loving You Baby [01:57] (Previously unreleased track, live at Chicago Chess Studio 1964)

04. Out Of Time [04:55] (Instrumental version, with a different keyboard opening, RCA Studios 1965)

05. Come On [02:00] (BBC broadcoast in 1964)

06. Hillside Blues a.k.a I Don’t Know The Reason Why [07:29] ( Previously unreleased song during a live session at Olympic Studios in 1969)

07. You Got The Silver [02:52] (Live rehearsal for “Beggars Banquet”, Olympic Studios 1968)

08. Memphis Tennessee [02:19] (BBC broadcast in 1963)

09. Tell Me Baby [01:58] (Unreleased track recorded live at Chicago Chess Studio in 1964)

10. Prefab [03:33] (Previously unreleased instrumental track, live session at Trident Studios 1969)

11. Memo From Turner [02:38] (Alternate demo version of the one released for “Performance”, Olympic Studios 1968)

12. Meet Me In The Bottom [02:43] (Previously unreleased song live at Chicago Chess Studio 1964)

13. Roadrunner [03:01] (Another unreleased song recorded live at Chicago Chess Studio 1964)

Originally Import Released: 1989. Origin: Italy. (Songs From 1964 to 1969)

Much Respect and Great appreciation for my friend boutsko for sharing
all 10 Volumes of the Ultra Rare Trax from the Rolling Stones with me.
And giving me the OK to share them here at The MidNight Cafe,
where The Rolling Stones are loved by many.
What an incredible gem of a collection, some of these tracks are extremely rare and historical.
New FFP created: MD5, and Original Art Work Included.
I updated the songs with all the extra info.
ID3 tagging them so they have all the info in each file now
They are ready to burn to disc or play in any modern media player.
FreeMorrison February 20th, 2012

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van MorrisonThe Miles Davis Hall Montreux Jazz Fest Switzerland (07.09.94) EAC – Flac

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Van Morrison – Montreux, Switzerland
Live At The Miles Davis Hall July 9th, 1994

Lineage: Audio CDR’s, EAC (secure offset-correct),WAV, TLH, FLAC, Level 8

Disc 1
01 – Did Ye Get Healed
02 – It’s All In The Game,Sitting In The Park (*GF),Make It Real One More Time
03 – I Believe To My Soul
04 – Whenever God Shines His Light (BK)
05 – Crazy Love(BK)
06 – Hungry For Your Love
07- See Me Through > Soldier of Fortune > Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin)
08 – Ain’t That Loving You Baby
09 – Help Me
10 – Stormy Monday > If You Could Read My Mind > Jelly Jelly Jelly (*GF)
11 – Baby What You Want Me To Do
12 – Tupelo Honey
13 – Moondance > My Funny Valentine

Disc 2
01 – I’ll Take Care Of You > It’s Hustle Time > It’s A Man’s World > Don’t Let Me Breakdown
02 – Turn On Your Lovelight
03 – Lonely Avenue > Be Bop A Lula > Down The Line > You Give Me Nothing But The Blues

04 – In The Garden > Daring Night > Real Real Gone > You Send Me (BK)

Van Morrison – Vocals, Guitars, Sax
Haji Ahkba – trumpet
Geoff Dunn – drums
James Hunter – guitar
Ronnie Johnson – guitar
Nicky Scott – bass
Georgie Fame – keyboards
Teena Lyle – vibes
Kate St. John – backing vocals
Leo Green – saxophone
Matt Holland – trumpet
Brian Kennedy – vocals
Cassandra Wilson – vocals

NEW Notes:
FFP, MD5, auCdtect Flac Report, and Original Art Inculded.
This is such an excellent recording I had mislabeled as a SBD –  which it has all the qulaities of , just a great CD!
FreeMorrison Frebrauary 20th, 2012

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Request Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby With Roanoke Symphony – Salem, VA (10/09/97)

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Bruce Hornsby
Salem Civic Center
Salem, VA

Set I
Roanoke Symphony:
Glinka: Overture to Russlan & Ludmilla
Rossini: Allegro From William Tell Overture

Bruce, Band, & Symphony:
Across The River
Long Tall Cool One
White Wheeled Limousine
Valley Road
Mandolin Rain >
Brokedown Palace
The Way It Is
The Red Plains
China Doll
Set II
Harbor Lights
End Of The Innocence
The Road Not Taken >
(Working in a Coalmine)
Look Out Any Window
Encore: Night on the Town

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison The Temple Bar w Richard Buckley Jazz Group, SBD Complete (05.29.97)

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Live In Dublin at the Temple Bar –
(The Complete Version with Jazz Intros)
With the Richie Buckley Jazz Group –  May 29th 1997

(bootleg CD)
Tonight Only! 98/009-010
(Released 1998)

Disc 1
1. Richie Buckley Jazz Group instrumental #1   (7:40)
2. Richie Buckley Jazz Group instrumental #2  (9:00)
3. Honestly I Love You (Haji Akbar)   (5:51)
4. Ain’t That Lovin’ You Baby   (3:37)
5. All Saints Day   (2:27)
6. Centerpiece   (4:27)
7. Early In The Morning   (5:45)
8. Did Ye Get Healed   (4:04)
9. How Long Has This Been Going On (5:32)
10. I Will Be There   (2:24)
11. Moondance (Instrumental)   (:51)
12. Marie Dickerson vocal #1  (6:11)
13. Marie Dickerson vocal #2  (8:49)
14. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes (Instrumental)   (7:05)
Total time: (73:45)

Disc 2
1. I Don’t Worry About A Thing  (3:03)
2. Who Can I Turn To (4:04)
3. Symphony Sid  (7:12)
4. That’s Life  (4:12)
5. Sticks And Stones  (2:25)
6. Lonely Avenue  (8:56)
7. You Don’t Know Me  (8:20)
8. Help Me,Shake, Rattle & Roll, Good Mornin’ Blues, Times Gettin’ Tougher Than Tough (9:29)
9. Moondance  (11:50)
10. Georgia On My Mind (Instrumental)  (11:27)
Total time: (71:00)

Recorded live at the Temple Bar Music Centre in Dublin, May 29, 1997

Van Morrison: Lead Vocals, Harmonica
Richie Buckley: Tenor Saxophone
Haji Akba: Flugelhorn
Myles Drennan: Piano
Hugh Buckley: Guitar
Marie Dickerson: Lead & Backup Vocals
Keith Donald: Soprano Saxophone
Dave Fleming: Upright Bass
Johnny Wadham: Drums

Liner notes: We’re accustomed to Van Morrison playing small venues, but rarely a club holding fewer than 300 enthusiastic souls.

But that indeed was the setting on 29.5.97 at Dublin’s Temple Bar Music Centre when Van joined the Richie Buckley Jazz Group. In fact, the audience numbered perhaps only a bit over 200. It was a “secret” concert, the tiny newspaper notice raising barely a blip, if that, on the local entertainment radars – all the better for musical and other forms of intimacy, as reported by our on-the-scene correspondent:

Temple Bar is the “cool” area in Dublin. It’s a thriving hotbed of art, music and property development. The Music Centre is on a side street, a nice small venue. The doors opened at 7:40. Van and Michelle arrived at around that time. My friend who went straight to the toilets met them arriving in the back door.

It was that kind of evening.

Here on two CDs, is the permanent record of that evening: a shoulder-to-shoulder, stand-up-and-shout night, full of Guinness and great music, high spirits and the poetry of jazz and blues in a small room. You can almost smell the smoke and taste the beer. You can definitely feel the music.

And what music it was: Richie Buckley and Group in great form; Van at ease and in great voice. Haji Akba and vocalist daughter Marie Dickerson on stage together. To quote: “It was a show with great musicianship. Van seemed to be very intense when the various musicians were taking their solos – and there were plenty of them”.

With the exception of the first 15 seconds of the opening number (which caught our correspondent by surprise as he finished another of his beloved pints of Guiness in the Music Centre bar), you hold in your hands the complete 2 1/2 hour Temple Bar Music Centre concert, not “Shot Down”, but rather soaring High.
– T.O.

Review by Richard (Drawboy@aol.com):
While this performance has already been booted as the single-CD Shot Down In May, there’s really no comparison between the two.

Like Shot Down, Live In Dublin appears to be an audience DAT recording. But where Shot Down cherry picks the performance, Live In Dublin captures the entire 2-1/2 hour workout with exquisite results in pacing and momentum. In addition, my ear tells me that the sound quality on Live In Dublin has been ratcheted up a couple of notches. But what really drives my enjoyment of this album is its audio presence. The concert took place in a very small club, and as the liner notes indicate, the recording is the next best thing to having been there

In addition, the album is beautifully packaged. Unlike most boots with a cover foldout, this one uses the space to describe the club and the setting, rather than advertising other titles.
Part of the van-the-man.info unofficial website

FFP, MD5, and Original Art Included,
Some Of The Files would not Pass the auCdtect Flac Test and Report Unknown Errors
The Sound Clarity is still a stunner and this may be due to the age of the files and being compressed and shipped around cyber space for years?
I do know that it is very hard to find this one – and especially a good copy.
Thanks goes out to my friend Jaap for sharing this one with me years ago.
This is a must have for any Van Morrison fan.
FreeMorrison, February 18th, 2012

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:Van Morrison – London, Engnland (02/12/08) “Keeping It Simple At The BBC”


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Keepin It Simple At The BBC

February 12th, 2008TrackList

CD 1
Poor Boy
That’s Entrainment
Don’t Go To Nightclubs Anymore
Behind The Ritual

CD 2
Have I Told You Lately
Magic Time
One Irish Rover
Precious Time
How Can A Poor Boy
Song Of Home
Keep It Simple
Don’t Go To Nightclubs Anymore
End Of The Land
Behind The Ritual

New Notes:
Source:  Simon
Lineage: Analogue FM – R1 – Wave – Cool Edit Pro – Flac TLH Level 6 aligned to sectors.
EAC Rip , Encoder FLAC Reference libFlac 1.1.2
Perfect Lossless
FFP, MD5, New TrackList Document, auCDtect Flac Report and Original Art Work Included.
The music is crystal clear – studio cut clarity – and CD2 is just Brilliant!!!!
FreeMorrison February 17th, 2012

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Leadbelly And Woody Guthrie WNYC Radio (12/12/40)


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Leadbelly and Woody Guthrie

WNYC Radio – Folk Songs of America
New York, NY

This is an 25-minute episode of “Folk Songs of America”, a program produced by noted folklorist Henrietta Yurchenco which featured Leadbelly.  In this episode, Woody Guthrie is his guest.

Lineage: Transcription > 7″ Reel

01. Announcer Intro
02. You Can’t Lose Me, Cholly (Leadbelly)
03. Announcer
04. Frankie and Albert (Leadbelly)
05. John Hardy (Woody Guthrie)
06. Jesse James (Woody Guthrie)
07. The Ballad of Tom Joad (Woody Guthrie)
08. Boll Weevil (Leadbelly)
09. Announcer Outro

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Charleston, WV (10/14/11)

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Bruce Hornsby
Clay Center for the Arts
Charleston, WV

Source: Zoom H4 @ 24/44

Transfer and Assembly: 24/44 wav, AA3 for fades and level adjustment, r8brainpro for 16/44, cdwav for tracking,
foobar for tags

The Road Not Taken (missing)
Candy Mountain Run (cuts in)
End of the Innoncence (“Walkin Music” while Bruce moves to dulcimer)
Bruce BS’s with us> Shadow Hand
I Truly Understand
Drunken Hiccups>Valley Road
Prarie Dog Town
Hooray For Tom? (Bruce goes back to the piano)
Spider Fingers
Jacob’s Ladder
Talk of the Town (with Riders teases)
Circus on the Moon
The Way It Is
Rainbow’s Cadillac (With “Who Knows” Jam)

Mandolin Rain> Grand Tour(George Jones song)> Mandolin Rain


-Level flux on track 1 from 5:37- 5:57

-Recorded by Phishblowz

-Transfered and assembled by popskull

Phishblowz Notes:

During the “Walkin Music” the beat is so funky that Bruce gets caught up and plays with the band a
little bit before actually leaves the piano…great stuff

Who Knows jam is derived from the devastatingly groovy riff by Jimi Hendrix and the Band of Gypsys…
I imagine you would have to know this already as fans of good music, but I figured I’d add it as a sidenote just in case

Sonny Emory was unable to attend for this show…Moyes Lucas filled in on short notice…he fit right
in like he never left, I wouldn’t have known he wasn’t a regular…

I met the band after the show, and although Bruce was tired, he was kind enough to talk to us and sign stuff outside the bus…this was supposed to be the last show of the tour, so he’s obviously in need of rest, but they had a make up date in Pittsburgh from a Sept show cancelled due to the hurricanes…even still he was gracious and kind…his memory is amazing too!!! a woman claimed to have first seen him during a soundcheck at some place I don’t remember, back when he was with GD, and he immediately said no, I never played there with them…over 100 shows and he knows where he was and when…said it must have been TOO or something…she insisted it couldn’t be, because she was a fan ever since, and it was before 98…who knows? I figured that maybe Bruce was opening with the Range or something, and that’s what she’s thinking of…just blew me away that Bruce wouldn’t just smile and nod and shake her hand and sign her shit…truly a classy guy with a helluva memory…I hope he writes a memoir someday, it would be a bazillion pages long!!!! LOL

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza:Van Morrison EDINGBURGH At The Playhouse (08.04.99) Flac



The Playhouse Edinburgh
August 4th, 1999

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CD 1
Sack O’Woe
How Long Has This Been Going On (For Chet and Kenny)
When The Leaves Come Falling Down
In The Afternoon, Joe Turner Sings, Don’t You Make Me High, SexMachine Medley
Disc 1 Total Time: 49:53

CD 2
Goin Down Geneva
Vanlose Stairway
My Lagan Love
Northern Muse (Solid Ground)
Back On Top
Philosopher’s Stone, Oh Didn’t He Ramble
Help Me, Green Onions
Precious Time
Disc 2 Total Time: 54:10

Source: Downloaded by me from Somewhere
Lineage: EAC CD Rip Silvers> Flac 7 (the sound clarity is very good to excellent).
Size: 506Mb’s
FFP, MD5, .M3ufile, auCdtect Flac Reports, (all files 100% Flac) and Original Art Included
FreeMorrison February 15th, 2012