Pink Floyd – Munster, Germany (02/24/71)

Pink Floyd
Halle Münsterland
Munster (Germany)

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Embryo 12:01
Green ist the Colour 08:14
Fat Old Sun 14:55
Cymbaline 07:09

New Source ??? C90 Tape Sony Chrome 1978

Aufbereitet von: Tonstudio Hambrecht – N¸rnberg

Wave 16 Bit 44 KHZ

MD 5 & Infos incl.

Cheers Hoka

Pink Floyd – London, England (05/15/71)

Pink Floyd
Crystal Palace Bowl
London, UK
May 15, 1971

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I have four sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Disc 1:

  1. Introduction
  2. Atom Heart Mother
  3. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
  4. Fat Old Sun
    Running Time: 46’35”
    Disc 2:
  5. The Return Of The Son Of Nothing (Echoes)
  6. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  7. The Embryo
    Running Time: 49’37”

Pink Floyd – Leeds, England (01/23/71)

Pink Floyd
Refectory Hall
Leeds University
Yorkshire, England

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Aud Cass (?Gen) > DAT > wav > shn

(these two songs were “filler” on the cassette tape of “You Are Number Six” Leeds ’72)

Setlist (incomplete)
01 A Saucerful of Secrets
02 Pink Blues

Converted SHN to FLAC using xACT. Created new md5
The Midnight Cafe, April 2020.

Pink Floyd – Cleveland, OH (11/06/71)

Pink Floyd
Emerson Gym
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio
November 6, 1971

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For Reasons I Don’t Understand
Free Range Pigs (FRP CDR-022/23)

Disc One:

  1. The Embryo
  2. Fat Old Sun
  3. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  4. Atom Heart Mother
  5. One Of These Days

Disc Two:

  1. Careful With That Axe, Eugene
  2. Cymbaline
  3. Echoes
  4. Blues

Roger Waters: Bass, Vocals
David Gilmour: Guitar, Vocals
Rick Wright: Keyboards
Nick Mason: Drums

A long, strange trip for this gem. It ended up in our intrepid hero’s hands as the surprise diamond in a trade.

In his own words–

“The person who I received this show from was not able to provide me with any useful information. He actually told me it was from a radio show in 1967 with the songs Astronomy Domine and Green is the Colour among others. There was no artwork, just multi-colored stick on labels with the name Pink Floyd, the letters CWRU, and 1967 on them. When I inquired about the source he just said that he was glad I liked it. Further inquiries were given answers unrelated to the question or not answered at all… Either he was just reluctant to reveal anything or was just unaware of what it was he had.”

So for once we have no lineage information for you. However what we do have is an amazing and complete document of the Floyd in their prime giving us an utterly stunning performance. Of special note is the “jam sessions” mid-song that seems to take place during each track. FOS gets a bit of a Beatlee-sque/Abbey Road type of treatment, Set The Controls is a free for all about half way through, and is that a bow solo ala Jimmy Page during the break during One Of These Days? Careful With That Axe is full of angst and just… well, rocks! Echoes is perfect as well! Finally, we get a rare treat with Blues included for good measure.

As a result of our cleanup efforts there’s great definition of the instruments and you can hear some things that I know I’ve never heard before in these live recordings. These surprises make this one a keeper and a welcome addition to the collection.

Technical Notes:

It looks as though some NR was performed in the past as part of the upper end has been completely removed (from 165000 Hz -22050 Hz).

Credits: Jim Canale and Free Range Pigs would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this effort:

The Taper (whoever he is and wherever he may be).
Ted Mast for providing the source recording to us all.
The Pentagon Pig for providing Project Coordination and Quality Assurance.
Doug Collins for providing Tree Admin Services.
Aleksi Manninen for providing the Cover Art.

Pink Floyd – Yorkshire, England (10/10/71)

Pink Floyd
The Great Hall, Bradford University, Yorkshire, England
Date: 10 October, 1971

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Title: One Of These Days In Bradford
Free Range Pigs (FRP SCS-CDR001/002)

1-01 Careful With That Axe, Eugene
1-2 Tuneups
1-3 Fat Old Sun
1-04 Tuneups
1-05 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun (Intro)
(Tape Flip)
1-06 Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
1-07 Tuneups
1-08 Atom Heart Mother
(Tape Flip)
1-09 Atom Heart Mother (Outro)

Disc 2-

2-01. Echoes
2-02. Cymbaline (Pt. 1)
(Tape Flip)
2-03 Cymbaline (Pt. 2)
2-04 Tuneups
2-05. One Of These Days I’m Going To Cut You Into Little Pieces
2-06 A Saucerful Of Secrets
2-07 Pink Blues

This is how I received it:

Source: Fuji Film FX Pure-Ferrix C-60 Cassettes(2)>Onkyo TA-RW 244>
Tascam DA-20 MkII>DAT(48Khz)>Monster Coaxial Cable>Cool EditPro>
WAV(48Khz, 16 Bit)>SHN

This is what I did to comply with Dime’s Policy as it was in 4 large files and not split into seperate tracks:

SHN>DBPoweramp>WAV(48Khz, 16 Bit)>Direct WAV Splitter 2.4.0>DBPoweramp>Flac Level 8>Traders Little Helper(Fixed Sector Boundry Errors)

Rating: VG+

Comments: From a very clean clone of the master cassettes. These tapes are the source for every Bradford release that you have heard. This is a direct transfer from the first generation tapes which date from 1971.

The recording includes all tune-ups and band chatter between tracks. The boys are in a playful mood, as you can tell by their interaction with the audience, which is very quiet during the songs. There is no appreciable hiss. The taper also used 60 minute cassettes, 30 minutes to a side, which is obvious by the breaks.

  • ‘Careful With That Axe, Eugene’: The recording begins with the first few notes of the song. I
    especially like Roger’s scream since it is–by my count–a full 19 seconds long!
  • ‘Fat Old Sun’: A great jam session. Vocals are not perfectly clear, but you can hear every word. There are some interesting guitar licks during the tune-ups.
  • ‘Set The Controls’: The first tape flip occurs during the intro. After the song, Roger introduces ‘Atom Heart Mother’ then says the band is going to take a break, followed by what sounds like
    “then we’re going to have a drink.”
  • ‘Atom Heart Mother’: During the intro, there are several pops which sound as if they might have
    been due to a loose microphone lead.
  • ‘Echoes’: The opening pings to this “new piece” just pierces your skull.
  • ‘Cymbaline’: The “footsteps” sequence goes on for quite a while. The third and final tape flip
    occurs during this sequence.
  • ‘One Of These Days’: David introduces this new song using its full title. This was the second
    performance of this song, the first was at the BBC 0n 30 September.
  • ‘A Saucerful Of Secrets’: The final break in the tape occurs prior to ‘Celestial Voices’.

The Who – Liverpool, England (10/23/71)

The Who
Liverpool University; Liverpool, U.K.

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Source: audience/unknown generation analog>CDR>?>shn

Quality: VG/VG+

Media: 1 CDR SHN. that folds out to 2 cdr audio

remastered by: John Atyim

Artwork by: Eric



Talk about The Who in a time when they were untouchable ! WW12 is The Who at the Liverpool University; Liverpool, U.K.
This show here is high energy show from The Who’s “Who’s Next” tour with plenty of the crowd clapping along, funny stage banter,
and very good performance. The recording itself is kind of bass dominate in some ways but, clear for the most part.
There is some slight tape hiss but overall not too much. I simply fell in love with this recording, I think you will too !

Special thanks to “R.P.” for providing the source to this relative uncirculated recording because recordings like these with decent
sound quality are not too common to come by from this time period.
Now, a very special thanks goes to Eric for providing us with two sets of artwork that you can pick and choose from, there’s a first
edition artwork and then there’s a Union Jack version you can also use for your artwork for the show ! ya-WHO !

Enjoy !


Track Listing:

Disc 1:

  1. I Can’t Explain [03:48]
  2. Substitute [02:45]
  3. Summertime Blues [03:49]
  4. My Wife [06:17]
  5. Baba O’Riley [06:17]
  6. Bargain [07:50]
  7. Behind Blue Eyes [04:57]
  8. Won’t Get Fooled Again [08:27]

Disc 2:

  1. Baby Don’t You Do It [09:19]
  2. Magic Bus [11:12]
  3. Overture [04:45]
  4. Amazing Journey [03:43]
  5. Sparks [05:22]
  6. Pinball Wizard [02:50]
  7. See Me, Feel Me [05:48]

Total Length: 87:09 Mins


Roger Daltrey – Vocals, Harmonica
John Entwistle – Vocals, Bass
Keith Moon – Drums, Vocals
Pete Townshend – Vocals, Guitar

The Who – Chicago, IL (08/19/71)

19th August 1971
Auditorium Theater
Chicago, Illinois

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Recording: Good to Very Good Audience
Source: 1st Gen Analog
Lineage: Master Cassette > VHS1 > DAT1 > CDr(6) > EAC > FLAC

Disc 1:

01 – Summertime Blues
02 – My Wife
03 – Love Ain’t For Keeping
04 – I Can’t Explain
05 – Substitute
06 – Bargain
07 – Behind Blue Eyes
08 – Won’t Get Fooled Again

Disc 2:

01 – Introduction
02 – Baby Don’t You Do It
03 – I Don’t Know Myself
04 – Pinball Wizard
05 – See Me, Feel Me
06 – My Generation
07 – Naked Eye
08 – Magic Bus

Notes: Artwork & MD5 Verification File both included.

There is a tape issue at about 6m50s during Naked Eye.

Many thanks to Newhomebrew.

Stage Banter by Tom Pratt.

Brought to you by: Long Live Rock



John Prine – London, England (xx/xx/71)

John Prine
BBC2 In Concert TV Broadcast

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01 Spanish Pipedream
02 Donald and Lydia
03 Sam Stone
04 Paradise
05 The Great Compromise
06 Everybody

(Audio From TV Broadcast)
SOURCE: TV Line Out > Tandberg 4000 > Sony TC-640 (Playback) > Soundforge 9 >
FLAC Level 6 Align on Sector Boundaries

The Who – Dayton, OH (08/13/71)

The Who
13th August 1971
Hara Arena
Dayton, Ohio

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I have two sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Track Listing:

01 – Love Ain’t For Keeping
02 – Pure and Easy
03 – My Wife
04 – I Can’t Explain
05 – Substitute
06 – Bargain
07 – Behind Blue Eyes
08 – Won’t Get Fooled Again
09 – Don’t Know Myself
10 – Baby Don’t You Do It
11 – Pinball Wizard
12 – See Me Feel Me
13 – My Generation
14 – Magic Bus (Fades Out)

Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders – San Francisco, CA (xx/xx/71)

Jerry Garcia and Merl Saunders
San Francisco, CA

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This is a tagged version of shnid: 93137

SBD MR > R > R > CD > EAC > WAV (shntool confirms no sbes) > FLAC

SBD MR (Peter Abrams) > R (Peter Kafer) > R (Will Boswell) > CD
Transferred by Matt Smith—- info: MR@7 1/2 ips>R@7 1/2 ips>R@ 7 1/2 ips>Apogee Mini ME 24/96>Apogee Mini DAC(monitoring)>Wavelab 5.0(dithered to 20/44)>CD

Huge thanks to Will Boswell for the source and to Matt Smith for blessing us with a copy.

Disc 1
01 save mother earth jam > funk space jam > 13:29
02 save mother earth jam continued > 14:40 (reel splice at 2:37)
03 jam 15:22

Disc 2
01 jam > 8:48 (drop out at 5:23-:26)
02 jam > 24:04
03 jam 5:42 // (cuts at 4:42)


all instrumental show with lots of spacey improvisation

wonderful sound and jamming!!!

As Matt puts it:
“It’s clearly a Matrix tape and you can tell from the separation of the instruments
and it has the same type of mix of all other Matrix reels I’ve done. Since Garcia
would show up at the ‘Thursday night Jam’ numerous times, this could be from
late 1970 but since Merle is here it’s most likely early, mid ’71. There is static in the left channel but goes away and the overall dynamics are fantastic!! It’s like
you’re sitting right in front of them!! As an aside Kafer’s reels were destroyed in
his parent’s attic so Will’s stuff is most likely the best and cleanest surviving
analog copies.