Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Weir – Ace Demos

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Bob Weir
1971 Demos for Ace LP

Download: FLAC/MP3

These are solo acoustic references made with lyricist John Barlow, recorded at Bob’s Marin home during Fall of 1971. Sourced from pre-FM production CD made by David Gans for one of his KPFA Dead Marathon pledge drives a few years ago. Some of Weir’s most beloved songs in their embryonic stage. “C Shuffle” is an early development of “Walk In The Sunshine.” The unknown song is nice and is unique to these reference recordings.

1 C Shuffle 1
2 unknown song 1
3 Cassidy 1
4 Black Throated Wind
5 Weather Report Prelude
6 Jack Straw
7 Cassidy 2
8 C Shuffle 2
9 unknown song 2

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pink Floyd – Pompeii, Italy (10/04-07/71)

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PINK FLOYD
1971-10-04-07
LIVE AT POMPEII – REMAINS
FP-01 A
Matrix Disc: FP-01 A
Bar Code: 7 388090 401697

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracks: Time:

1. Opening Sequence 3:27
2. Careful With That Axe, Eugene 6:27
3. A Saucerful Of Secrets 9:49
4. One Of These Days 5:34
5. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun 9:56
6. Mademoisselle Knobs 1:57
7. Echoes 24:04

Bonus Tracks:
8. One Of These Days (Effected Demo Version) 4:47
9. One Of These Days (Alternate Version) 7:00

Total Time: 72:21

Recorded Live from the DOCUMENTARY FILM SOUNDTRAKS
Digitaly Remastered SESSION DURING October 4th-7th 1971

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Santa Monica, CA (01/29/71)

VAN MORRISON
Civic Auditorium
Santa Monica, California
January 29th 1971

Download: FLAC/MP3

SOURCE: Download from Demonoid ** > Soundforge PRO 10c * > FLAC Level 6
* Convert to WAV, Convert to True Mono, Clean Transitions, New track marks and Disc Split
** Several of the FLACS downloaded read as corrupt and would not open in FLAC Frontend
or TLH. I managed to open them in Soundforge and found many destructive mini gaps which
I have manually removed, can’t guanatee I got them all.

JTT 2011

Disc One
1. I’ve Been Workin’
2. These Dreams of You
3. And It Stoned Me
4. Brown Eyed Girl
5. Crazy Love
6. You’re the One I Adore
7. Beside You
8. Moondance
9. The Way Young Lovers Do

Disc Two
1. Domino
2. Blue Money
3. Sweet Little Sixteen
4. Buena Sera
5. Caravan
6. Danny Boy
7. Into the Mystic
8. Cyprus Avenue

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – San Anselmo, CA (08/08/71)

Van Morrison My New World Crystal Ball front

Van Morrison
My New World Crystal Ball
The Lion’s Share
San Anselmo, California
8th Aug 1971

Download: FLAC/MP3

Speed/Pitch Corrected
Contrast Clause the original uncorrected torrent runs here
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?returnto=%2Faccount-cp.php&id=481841
A Hands Across The Ocean Production
Wavelab 6>Sony Pitch Corrector(Early Show +70 cents; Late Show +59 cents)>TLH Aligned to Flac Level 8
Many thanks to Goody for all his help in this, He advised,sent figures and generally did all the work.
Also Many thanks to Eric Ethiessen for the new artwork done in record time and perfect as always
SBD from Reels
New Rattlesnake Boot RS 255/56

My Silvers>Eac Secure to WAV>TLH to Flac Level 8 Aligned>You

Disc 1
Early Show

01 Sweet Thing (Acoustic) 7.50
02 I Wanna Roo You (Acoustic) 3.25
03 Tupelo Honey (Acoustic) 8.11
04 Que Sera Sera 0.53
05 Hound Dog 2.41
06 These Dreams Of You 4.08
07 Let It Be Me 4.53
08 Tennessee Waltz 3.52
09 Moonshine Whiskey 8.40
10 Just Like A Woman 8.49
11 I’ve Been Working 5.57
12 Domino 7.11
13 Buena Sera SeÒorita 3.31

Total time: 70:08

Disc 2
Late Show

01 Sweet Thing (Acoustic) 8.40
02 Street Choir (Acoustic) 6.55
03 Tupleo Honey (Acoustic) 6.07
04 Que Sera Sera 0.19
05 Hound Dog 2.37
06 These Dreams Of You 3.59
07 When That Evening Sun Goes Down 3.02
08 Let It Be Me 5.01
09 Moonshine Whiskey 7.13
10 Just Like A Woman 8.20
11 I’ve Been Working 5.21
12 Gloria 3.50
13 Domino 7.44
14 Buena Sera SeÒorita 3.45

Total time: 72:59

 

 

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bonnie Raitt – Syracuse, NY (03/27/71)

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Bonnie Raitt
The Jabberwocky Club at Syracuse University
Solo Acoustic
27 March, 1971

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1
1) Something In the Way She Moves
2) Mighty Tight Woman
3) Bluebird
4) Rollin’ And Tumblin’
5) Close Your Eyes
6) Rich Woman Blues
7) Blender Blues
8) In My Reply
9) Kokomo
10)Your Song
11)Talk/Tuning
12)Set You Free This Time
13)Special Delivery (?)//

CD2
1) Woodstock
2) Big Road Blues
3) I Aint Blue, Just A Little Bit Lonesome
4) Finest Loving Man
5) Candy Man
6) Walkin’ Blues
7) Talk
8) Can I Get A Witness
9) Country Road
10)Can’t Find My Way Home
11)Since I fell For You
12)//Love In Vain

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COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Port Chester, NY (02/21/71)

Grateful Dead - Freeborn Hall, Davis, CA (01/21/71)

Grateful Dead
January 21, 1971
Freeborn Hall
Davis, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 131516
Recording Info:
AUD (Unknown Gear) -> ? -> Reel (Maxell UD 35-90 @ 3.75ips)

Transfer Info:
Reel (Akai GX636) -> Apogee Mini-Me (24bit/96k) -> Apogee Mini-DAC -> Wavelab v5 -> FLAC/24

Mastering Info:
FLAC/24 -> Adobe Audition CS5.5 -> Samplitude Professional v11.2.1 -> FLAC/16
(2 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC)

All Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
October 11, 2014

Notes:
— Filler is from same show (SBD -> Master Reel -> Dat -> CD)
— There are a couple of really short cuts in Truckin’
— Last Cosmic Charlie till June 4, 1976
— Thanks to Sandy Troy for lending me his reels
— Thanks to Matt Smith for transferring the reels
— Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

–Set 1–
s1t01 – Cold Rain & Snow
s1t02 – Me & My Uncle
s1t03 – Smokestack Lightning ->
s1t04 – Truckin’
s1t05 – Dire Wolf
s1t06 – Hard To Handle
xxxxx – Sugar Magnolia (Missing)
xxxxx – Black Peter (Missing)
xxxxx – Mama Tried (Missing)
s1t07 – Around & Around
s1t08 – Cumberland Blues
s1t09 – Casey Jones

–Set 2–
s2t01 – That’s It For The Other One ->
s2t02 – Cosmic Charlie
s2t03 – China Cat Sunflower ->
s2t04 – I Know You Rider
xxxxx – Uncle John’s Band (Missing)

–Filler–
s3t01 – Mama Tried
s3t02 – Around & Around
s3t03 – Cumberland Blues
s3t04 – Casey Jones

I spent the last ten days or so at the in-laws. It was a nice visit but I’m glad to be home. Because of the Grateful Dead ripping project I was able to upload a bunch of shows before I left and WordPress allowed me to post them ahead of time in a schedule so that shows got posted every day even if I wasn’t paying any attention. That is a great feature though it does throw me off as people start commenting on shows I forgot were being posted.

Anyways this will continue to happen for a week or so and they will continue to use Mega. However as I am home now I will start uploading new shows and posting them. I’m gonna start running through the suggested file hosting sites. Probably I’ll use one for a couple of days to try it out and then use another and another going through the list comparing the good and bad. Please do let me know how they work as downloaders. Hopefully we can make the best decision for us all.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – San Francisco, CA (09/05/71)

Van Morrison - Into The Mystic Bootleg 1971 Front[300DPI]

Van Morrison
09/05/71
Pacific High Recording
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

To Donahue Intro
Into The Mystic
I’ve Been Working
Friday’s Child
Hound Dog
Ballerina
Tupelo Honey
Wild Night
Just Like A Woman
Moonshine Whiskey
Dead or Alive
You’re My Woman
These Dreams Of You
Domino
Call Me Up In Dreamland
Blue Money
Bring It On Home
Bvona Sera

FM Broadcast on KSAN

This show comes with a slight explanation and a mystery. Whenever I blog a show I move it to a separate folder on my hard drive so that I don’t accidentally reblog it. When I moved this one I noticed that there was already a show in the blogged folder under this date labeled “Into the Mystic Bootleg.” They were all MP3s, not FLAC and while they mostly matched these FLACs they included several extra songs. Consulting Etree I find that their setlist matches my FLAC listing and not the MP3s. Even weirder is that I cannot find where I ever blogged the MP3s, though admittedly that just might be my poor googling skills.

Several of you are bigger Van fans than me and I’m gonna ask you if you know the difference between these sets or if you know where this “Into the Mystic Bootleg” comes from. I’m including the setlist to that one below. Please note that none of the music nor information from the notes below this sentence are actually included in the downloads.

Into the Mystic
Live at Pacific High Studios
1971

2 CD set (Hawk 78/79. Also(?) on the Scorpio label.
Disc 1 is 15-4051; Disc 2 is 15-4052)

Disc 1
01 – Into The Mystic
02 – I’ve Been Working
03 – Friday’s Child
04 – Hound Dog
05 – Ballerina (misspelled Bellerina on the label & insert)
06 – Tupelo Honey
07 – Wild Night
08 – Just Like A Woman
09 – Moonshine Whiskey
10 – You’re My Woman
11 – These Dreams Of You
12 – Domino
13 – Call Me Up in Dreamland
total time 74:37

Disc 2

01 – Dead or Alive
02 – Bring It On Home To Me
03 – Blue Money (KSAN)
04 – Buena Sera Senorita
05 – He Ain’t Give You None
06 – Let The Cowboy Ride
07 – Give Me A Kiss
08 – Mystic Eyes
09 – Instrumental
10 – Jambalaya
11 – Rock Me Baby
12 – I Wanna Roo You
13 – And It Stoned Me
14 – Blue Money
15 – Domino
16 – Bring It On Home
17 – Caledonia Soul Music (Bonus Rare Track) 16mins

Recorded live at Pacific High Studios, Marin, CA, September 5, 1971. Soundboard
recording.

Notes from Ron_Wyly@cofo.edu:
I believe “Caledonia Soul Music” is not live but a studio outtake. The playing time of the
song is listed on this CD as 16:21. For years I’ve had a vinyl bootleg called Van the
Man (note: not the bootleg CD of the same name) which also has “Caledonia Soul
Music” on it, but its playing time is a little over 18 minutes. It’s clearly the same
performance on both the CD and the vinyl, but the CD version, besides having better
sound, does sound “speeded up” compared to the vinyl boot. Does anyone know which
recording might be the one that’s the accurate speed?

By the way, new Van fans will eventually want to hear this track; it’s not much like
anything else Van has ever done, being a 16-18 minute tune that’s mostly an
instrumental. It never gets dull and also shows Van-and-band’s talent for shifts in
dynamics (fast/slow; loud/soft) within the same performance. I hope the tune is officially
released someday, maybe as part of the boxed set.

Musicians: (not yet available)

Notes from Russell Parkinson:
The Pacific High Studios material has been frequently booted. It is reviewed in full in the
Discography entry for The Inner Mystic. The material also appears (in whole or in
part) on a number of other boots, including Fridays Child, I’ve Been Working,
Moonshine Whiskey, This is Van Morrison, Desert Land, Wild Night in
California, and the vinyl Van the Man. Check the other Discography entries for
additional details on a specific bootleg.

Part of the van-the-man.info unofficial website

What the Critics Say
The majority of this two-CD bootleg (17 of the total 29 tracks) comes from a radio broadcast of a Van Morrison performance at Pacific High Recording Studio on September 11, 1971. This material has shown up piecemeal on numerous bootlegs dating back to the pre-CD era, but this particular one offers it in its most complete form. Whether or not you usually collect unofficial recordings, this concert really is essential listening for the committed Van Morrison fan. The band plays well, Van’s singing is magnificent, and the songs include not only favorites like “Domino,” “Blue Money,” and “Tupelo Honey,” but also unexpected covers like “Just Like a Woman” (one of the best Bob Dylan interpretations ever), “Buena Sera, Senorita,” and “Hound Dog,” as well as a flashback to his Them days with “Friday’s Child.” Unlike even many excellent bootlegs, this could fit in smoothly as a highlight of Morrison’s official discography — it’s that good (and that well-recorded). Unfortunately, the quality of this particular bootleg is diluted by the final dozen tracks on disc two, taken from an audience recording of a show at Inn at the Beginning in Cotati, California on May 14, 1971. While the fidelity is actually above-average for an audience recording of the era, it’s certainly not near official standards, and unfortunately, Morrison’s vocals are among the elements that are not captured with total clarity. For very serious (as opposed to simply committed) Morrison fans, however, it’s worthwhile listening, as again the band and vocal performances are good. Too, this show likewise mixed some big faves (“Blue Money,” “Domino,” “And It Stoned Me”) with some unpredictable numbers (“He Ain’t Give You None” and covers of “Jambalaya,” “Rock Me Baby,” and “Bring It on Home to Me”), along with some relatively obscure originals like “I Wanna Roo You.” There’s also a version of Them’s “Mystic Eyes,” though unfortunately it sounds like a pretty improvised off-the-cuff one with just harmonica, vocal, and guitar. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Review
by J.P. Ollio
Van Morrison’s live concert at the Pacific High Studio in 1971 has turned up on numerous bootlegs, most notably the Van the Man LP. The two-disc Into the Mystic boasts clear sound, a killer set list, and one essential bonus track. Always an erratic live performer, Morrison appears relaxed on this set, belting out early R&B classics and songs from his initial Warner Brothers records. A cover of “Hound Dog” opens with Morrison reciting the lyrics to “Que Sera Sera.” Later, he introduces Dylan’s “Just Like a Woman” as “a rendition of somebody else’s tune.” The concert’s apex is a riveting performance of Them’s “Friday’s Child” — piano and guitar build to a crescendo at each refrain while the rhythm section pounds away. The CD’s final cut is a long instrumental piece entitled “Caledonia Soul Music.” An outtake from the His Band and Street Choir sessions, this winding 16-minute track may be reason enough to seek out this disc, a truly transcendent recording. Fans of Morrison should put Into the Mystic at the top of their wish lists.
Tracks

Title
Composer
Time
1 Into the Mystic Morrison 5:39
2 I’ve Been Working Morrison 6:02
3 Friday’s Child Morrison 5:33
4 Hound Dog Leiber, Stoller 2:54
5 Ballerina Morrison 8:44
6 Tupelo Honey Morrison 6:06
7 Wild Night Morrison 4:34
8 Just Like a Woman 7:36
9 Moonshine Whiskey Morrison 7:33
10 Dead or Alive Guthrie 5:10
11 You’re My Woman Morrison 5:48
12 These Dreams of You Morrison 3:18
13 Domino Morrison 5:49
14 Call Me up in Dreamland Morrison 3:26
15 Blue Money Morrison 3:56
16 Bring It on Home to Me Cooke 4:14
17 Buena Sera Senorita 3:16
18 Caledonia Soul Music 16:21

indicates Track Pick
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Releases
Year Type label Catalog #
1978 LP Scorpio Distribution 154051

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Sacramento, CA (09/09/71) “Moonshine Whiskey”

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VAN MORRISON
Live In Sacramento,
September 9, 1971

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Dead or Alive
2. Moonshine Whiskey
3. You’re My Woman
4. These Dreams Of You
5. Domino
6. Call Me Up In Dreamland
7. Blue Money
8. Buona Sera
9. Into The Mystic
10. I’ve Been Working
11. Friday’s Child
12. Hound Dog
13. Just Like a Woman

from “Moonshine Whiskey” boot (Oil Well RSC 024)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Cotati, CA (05/14/71) “Live at the Inn of the Beginning”

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VAN MORRISON
The Inn Of The Beginning
Cotati, CA.
May 14th 1971
“LIVE AT THE INN OF THE BEGINNING”

Download: FLAC/MP3

AUD: Reel
Sony Stereo Recorder w/ Dual Element mics > ? > CD
Cd > EAC (secure) > mkwACT > SHN>MP3@320

01 – (Fades in) I’ve Been Working – Van Morrison
02 – He Ain’t Give You None – Van Morrison
03 – Beautiful Obsession, Let The Cowboy Ride – Van Morrison
04 – Give Me A Kiss – Van Morrison
05 – Mystic Eyes * – Van Morrison
06 – Instrumental – Van Morrison
07 – Jambalaya – Van Morrison
08 – Rock Me Baby – Van Morrison
09 – I Wanna Roo You, (Scottish Derivate) – Van Morrison
10 – Moonshine Whiskey – Van Morrison
11 – And It Stoned Me – Van Morrison
12 – Blue Money – Van Morrison
13 – Domino – Van Morrison
14 – Bring It On Home – Van Morrison

Total Time 72:16

Bill Craven followed VTM around California in the early 70’s recording Van with
a portable Sony stereo recorder and a dual element mic. The results
were fantastic, and the shows he caught have not been previously
circulated. These shows are exciting for their quality and rareness.
They are audience recordings. There are flaws and crowd noise, but
they are easy to listen to and very enjoyable.

There are some fade ins at the beginning and fade outs at the end on some tracks but no real music is lost. This was done by the taper Bill Craven.

* – Van Morrison on Harmonica

Band Members
Van Morrison – Harmonica, Vocals, Guitar and Piano
Alan Hand – Keyboards
John Klingberg – Bass
John Platania – Guitar
Dahaud Shaar – Drums
Jack Schroer – Saxaphone
Collin Tilton – Saxaphone & Flute
Keith Johnson – Trumpet
Ellen Schroer – Backing Vocals
Janet Planet – Backing Vocals (Van’s Wife at the time)
Martha Velez – Backing Vocals