Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Oakland, CA (12/31/79)

Grateful Dead - 1979-12-31-Oakland-Auditorium

Grateful Dead
Oakland Auditorium
Oakland, CA
December 31, 1979

Download: FLAC/MP3

Patched and pitched corrected soundboard

Set 1:
d1t01 – Jack Straw ->
d1t02 – Franklin’s Tower
d1t03 – Mama Tried ->
d1t04 – Mexicali Blues
d1t05 – Tennessee Jed
d1t06 – Looks Like Rain ->
d1t07 – Alabama Getaway ->
d1t08 – The Promised Land

Set 2:
d2t01 – New Year’s Eve Countdown ->
d2t02 – Sugar Magnolia ->
d2t03 – China Cat Sunflower ->
d2t04 – I Know You Rider
d2t05 – Samson And Delilah
d2t06 – Ship Of Fools
d2t07 – Lost Sailor ->
d2t08 – Saint Of Circumstance ->
d2t09 – Deal

Set 3:
d3t01 – Althea ->
d3t02 – New Minglewood Blues
d3t03 – Uncle John’s Band ->
d3t04 – Drums ->
d4t01 – Space ->
d4t02 – Not Fade Away* ->
d4t03 – Stella Blue* ->
d4t04 – Sunshine Daydream*

Encore:
d4t01 – Good Lovin’

* with John Cipollina
NOTE: If the encore is moved to either disc 1 or 2, all of set 3 will fit on one 80 minute cd.

Original Audio Source:
SBD1 (shnid = 17281)
SBD > ?? > Cassette > CD with AUD patches
EAC/SHN by Darryl Hinko (flyerfanatic)
flyerfanatic2817@yahoo.com
SHNtool used to comfirm sector boudries and to reattach wavs
CDwav used to split tracks
Cool Edit Pro used for all splices

Original Patch source : (NOTE: SBD2 was used to replace all patches listed below)
AUD > NAK 700s >Sony TC-158 > MC > DAT > CDR >
EAC (calibrated, secure mode, test and copy) > SHN

Notes:

– Between Mexicali and Tennessee tuning was missing added from the
AUD source
– Tennessee Jed patch for a couple of seconds on
“Cracked my spine”
– Between d1t05 and d1t06 a lot of audience was missing I spliced
it in.
– Looks Like Rain was split badly because of a cassette flip
also about 2 minutes spliced in at the end
– Ship of Fools was missing from the SBD source – AUD source
– Lost Sailor splice from 5:17 – 5:24 has 2 pops they were on the
audience source.
– Beginning of 3rd set added a bit of audience so the set didn’t start
abruptly
– Stella Blue – 2 splices – first on the line “In every Cheap” –
second Towards the end of the song
– Not much crowd time between SSDD and Good Lovin’ so I added the
tuning from the AUD
– Last 2:30 of Good Lovin’ was missing patched with AUD

Patched with:
AUD (shnid = 88768)
Recording Info:
Sony ECM-250 -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-158/Maxell UDXL-II90)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi DR-1) -> Sound Devices 744T (24bit/96k) ->
Samplitude Professional v9.12 -> FLAC/16
(4 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
charliemiller87@earthlink.net
November 20, 2007

Patch Info:
Nakamichi 700 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=18589) supplies:
Drums (6:13 – 6:29)

Notes:
— Seamless disc change between Set 3 and Encore
— Move Encore to end of 1st or 2nd Set to fit show onto 3 discs
— Recorded By Joani Walker
— Thanks to Joani Walker and Paul Scotton for the tapes
— Patch source recorded by Steve Rolfe

Also patched with
SBD2 (no shnid)
Audio from video project used to patch the soundboard.

audio patches
1) Between Franklin’s Tower and Mama Tried, 1 minute and 42.840 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

2) Between Mexicali Blues and Tennessee Jed, 1 minute and 37.467 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

3) Also between Mexicali Blues and Tennessee Jed, 1 minute and 24.163 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the aud.

4) Between Tennessee Jed and Looks Like Rain, 25.352 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

5) At the end of Looks Like Rain, 2 minute and 05.111 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

6) At the beginning of set 2, 4 minute and 08.290 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2. This includes most of the NYE countdown.

7) Between I Know You Rider and Samson and Delilah, 1 minute and 23.919 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

8) Also between I Know You Rider and Samson and Delilah, 1 minute and 17.265 seconds were missing from the audience and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

9) Also between I Know You Rider and Samson and Delilah, 58.092 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the audience.

10) Between Samson and Delilah and Ship Of Fools, 9 minute and 20.028 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2. This includes all of Ship Of Fools.

11) About 5 minutes into Lost Sailor, 07.653 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

12) About 8 minutes into Drums, 1 minute and 02.277 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

13) About 3 minutes into Not Fade Away, 01.293 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

14) About 6 minutes into Stella Blue, 04.141 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

15) At the end of Stella Blue, 16.164 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

16) At the start of Good Loving, 04.111 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

17) About 5 minutes into Good Lovin’, 41.417 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

18) About 7 minutes into Good Lovin’, 2 minutes and 45.285 seconds were missing from the soundboard and were filled in with audio from the sbd2.

19) SBD2 was used as the timing reference as the sbd 1 was very fast (about 2 seconds\minute) and the audience was slow (about 1 second\minute). All 3 sources will be used in upcoming matrix and dts project.

Brokedown House Production

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – Oklahoma City, OK (08/03/79)

Joni Mitchell - Oklahoma City 1979

Joni Mitchell and The Persuasions
1979-08-03
Oklahoma City Amphitheater
Oklahoma City, OK

Download: FLAC/MP3

Audience recording
Lineage: CDR Mail Trade > EAC > flac

1: Big Yellow Taxi
2: In France They Kiss On Main Streey
3: Coyote
4: Edith And The Kingpin
5: Just Like This Train
6: Free Man In Paris
7: Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
8: Jaco’s Solo/Dry Cleaner From Des Moines (cut in middle)
9: God Must Be A Boogie Man
10: Hejira
11: Don’s Solo /Dreamland
12: Black Crow
13: Help Me
14: Amelia
15: Furry Sings The Blues
16: Raised On Robbery
17: Shadows And Light
18: Why Do fools Fall In Love?
19: Woodstock
20: Jericho

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Tom Waits – Kansas City, MO (10/08/79)

Tom Waits Kansas 1979 Dogfather front

Tom Waits
Uptown Theater
Kansas City, MO
10/08/79
Dogfather Records

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD 1

1. Step Right Up
2. Jitterbug Boy
3. Red Shoes
4. Ghost of Saturday Night
5. Whistling Past the Graveyard
6. I Never Talk to Strangers
7. Muriel
8. Whose Sportcoat is That
9. Burma Shave

CD 2

1. Trash Day
2. Heart of Saturday Night
3. Intros
4. Small Change
5. Crowd
6. Gee Baby Aint I Good To You
7. On the Nickel

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – Lenox, MA (08/21/79)

joni mitchell

Joni Mitchell
Tanglewood Music Shed
Lenox, Mass. U.S.A.
August 21, 1979 (Tuesday)
performance quality: B+ to A-
recording quality: B (-, some variation in fidelity)

Download: FLAC/MP3

source: master audience tape

lineage:
Sony microphone (unknown model) >
Sony TC-56 cassette deck >
master cassettes (maxell UD 90 min.) >
played on Naka. 125 into soundforge 4.5 >
CD > CD extractor (WAV) > FLAC 6 > torrentially yours.

setlist: disc 1 78:59
1: big yellow taxi 3:45
2: just like this train 4:21
3: in France they kiss on Main st. 4:31
4: coyote 5:25
5: Edith and the kingpin 4:39
6: free man in Paris 3:47
7: goodbye pork pie hat 6:07
8: bass solo 8:36
9: the dry cleaner from Des Moins 5:21
10: Amelia (with Metheny solo) 6:50
11: Hejira 6:46
12: percussion solo dreamland 8:59
13: black cow 4:02
14: Furry sings the blues 5:45
disc 2 30:58
15: God must be a boogie man 5:19
16: raised on robbery 4:34
17: shadows and light 4:05
18: encore break 1:30
19: the last time I saw Richard 5:34
20: why do fools fall in love 3:43
21: Woodstock 6:10

Joni Mitchell- vocals and acoustic guitar
Pat Metheny- electric guitars
Lyle Mays- keyboards
Michael Brecker- sax
Jaco Pastorious- bass
Don Alias- percussion
the Persuasions- backing vocals

comments:
one of Joni Mithell’s all star bands drops in to Western Mass. for a delightful Tuesday evening show. this recording has some problems and a couple of interruptions, missing a little bit but it’s mostly here and all from my buddy’s master tapes. this tape all comes out to just under 102 minutes, it’s pretty listenable quality and a very nice concert. I have a couple more of of these shows in audience recordings but this is the only one with known lineage. it’s not a real
clear “high-fi” recording, but close enough up so it’s a you’re pretty much there production. I’m far from the biggest fan of Joni Mitchell music, but maybe my favorite of hers is this band, which toured just this one year, and her tour with the LA Express of soon before this one. this has to be the best band Joni’s ever toured with (not the only good one) and I’m happy to share this show with dime for maybe the 1st time, almost certainly the 1st time from this recording.
if anyone has a better quality/more complete recording of this show and/or other later 70’s Joni shows. I’m not very familiar with alot of her songs, she does several good ones in here. my favorites are the first and last
tracks in this recording. I think there may be another track or two after Woodstock that wasn’t recorded (maybe before), probably no more than 10 min. or so missing in this recording from the concert. I’ve always liked
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s versions of Woodstock, Joni’s are very different but I like hers too (including this one).

do not sell this recording.
Trade freely and losslessly.
there’s no baloney in this Joni.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Lou Reed – New York, NY (09/21/79)

Lou Reed - Columbia - 1979

Lou Reed
Live at the Miller Theater
Columbia University
New York, NY
Friday, 21 September 1979

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage: CD-Rs received in trade -> Back to Wav with ACXtractor -> 2-second gaps removed with Creative WaveStudio -> FLAC 8

Disc One
1. Sweet Jane 5:20
2. Iím Waiting for the Man 7:23
3. Iíll Be Your Mirror 6:36
4. Perfect Day 5:42
5. Leave Me Alone 8:56
6. Men of Good Fortune 4:48
7. The Kids 5:28
8. The Bed 5:32
9. Caroline Says II 4:50
10. Looking for Love 6:41
11. Coney Island Baby 12:10

Disc Two
12. All Through the Night 15:19
13. Street Hassle 11:57
14. Rock and Roll / You Keep Me Hanginí On 14:10
15. Heroin 18:00

From the original uploader:
This was the rehearsal show for the Autumn 1979 European leg of Lou Reedís ìThe Bellsî Tour, and even more significantly, this was a historic show for fans of Suzanne Vega.
Suzanne has repeatedly regaled audiences and interviewers alike with tales of a date who took her to her first rock concert, a 1979 Lou Reed perfomance.

Though she claims she was appalled by his on-stage behavior — swearing and flicking lit cigarettes into the audience — the show still impressed her: “Suddenly it hit me that I could write about things I had experienced without softening up the edges or apologizing for it or putting it in a nice package necessarily,” recalled Vega in the Los Angeles Times.

And this was the very show that gave Suzanne that revelation, made her a fan of Mr. Reed, and eventually influenced her composition of her most notable hit, “Luka” — two decades later, Suzanne admitted she “was listening to Lou Reed’s Berlin album on the day that I wrote ëLukaí, probably to sharpen and focus myself.”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – Berkeley, CA (05/27/79)

Joni Mitchell - 1979 - Berkeley

Joni Mitchell
Berkeley Jazz Festival
Greek Theatre
Berkeley, CA, USA
1979-05-27

Download: FLAC/MP3

Goody Pitch-Corrected Remaster

Original Lineage:
CDR Mail Trade from reputable source > EAC (Secure) > flac (level 8, aligned and verified) >

Goody’s additional lineage:
TLH (WAV) > Audition (Pitch Bender -7 cents; Amplify +3dB; some hard limiting applied) > TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; .ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)

Joni Mitchell – guitars, vocals
Jaco Pastorius – bass
Herbie Hancock – piano
Tony Williams – drums
Don Alias – percussion

Some or all of the above band members appear to provide background vocals on “God Must Be A Boogie Man”, as well.

01 Coyote
02 Goodbye Porkpie Hat
03 God Must Be A Boogie Man
04 Chair In The Sky
05 Black Crow
06 The Dry Cleaner From Des Moines
07 Woodstock
08 Twisted

From the original uploader:
Thanks so much to everyone involved in the creation and preservation of the source of this great performance.
Text updated for this edition – November 18, 2013
Goody

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Paris, France (08/17/79)

van morrison - 1979

Van Morrison
08/17/79
Theatre Mogador
Paris, France

Download: FLAC/MP3

WL Source

Wavelength

Band:

John Altham – Sax
Herbie Armstrong – Guitar
David Hayes – Bass
Toni Marcus – Violin
Peter Van Hooke – Drums
Pete Wigfield – Keyboards
Katie Kissoon – Backing Vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – San Francisco, CA (06/05/70)

Grateful Dead - 1970-06-05-Fillmore-W

Grateful Dead
June 5, 1970
Fillmore West
San Francisco, California
gd70-06-05.sbd.bunjes-evans.28653.sbeok.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 28653
Source: Soundboard (except where patched with low gen AUD as noted)
Lineage: MSR> CASS> DAT> CDR> EAC> FLAC

–Acoustic Set–
101-d1t01 – intro, Dire Wolf
102-d1t02 – I Know You Rider
103-d1t03 – Silver Threads & Golden Needles
104-d1t04 – Friend of the Devil
105-d1t05 – stage banter
106-d1t06 – Me & My Uncle
107-d1t07 – Black Peter
108-d1t08 – stage banter
109-d1t09 – New Speedway Boogie

–Electric Set–
201-d1t10 – Cold Rain & Snow
202-d1t11 – stage banter
203-d1t12 – Easy Wind
204-d1t13 – stage banter
205-d1t14 – Mama Tried
206-d1t15 – stage banter
207-d2t01 – Cryptical Envelopment->
208-d2t02 – Drums ->
209-d2t03 – The Other One ->
210-d2t04 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
211-d2t05 – Attics of My Life
212-d2t06 – Hard to Handle
213-d2t07 – It’s a Man’s World
214-d2t08 – Uncle John’s Band
215-d2t09 – St. Stephen ->
206-d2t10 – Casey Jones

Notes:
The audience tape supplies the following segments missing on the SBD
– the intro and Dire Wolf
– the first 0:20 of New Speedway Boogie
– 2:53 – 3:23 of New Speedway Boogie
– the first 0:53 of Cold Rain & Snow
– PA test banter between Cold Rain & Snow and Easy Wind
– 2:27 to 6:17 of Easy Wind
– 8:59 of Cryptical reprise to 5:38 of Attics Of My Life (with a cut in the AUD tape at 9:31 of Cryptical reprise)
– the first 0:26 of St. Stephen

All of these patches were done by Hanno Bunjes in January ’02
(with Uli Teute supplying the AUD tape) except the second patch in
New Speedway Boogie, which was done by Jack Warner in April ’03 with
tape supplied by Jim Powell.

DAE and FLAC encoding by Marc Evans (February ’05)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Frejus, France (08/16/79)

van morrison - 1979 08_16 Frejus front

Van Morrison
08/16/79
Frejus, France

Download: FLAC/MP3

As per usual with these 70s Van shows I have no source info. This is a pretty decent sounding audience recording – Mat

Kingdom Hall
Bright Side of the Road
Into The Mystic
Here Comes The Night
You Make Me Feel So Free
Troubadours
Warm Love
Call Me Up In Dreamland
Angeliou
Moondance
Wavelength
Full Force Gale
I’ve Been Working
Brown Eyed Girl
Gloria,

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Newcastle, England (03/19/79)

Van Morrison - 1979 03_19 Newcastle front

Van Morrison
03/19/79
Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle, England

Download: FLAC/MP3

I have no source info for this. It is definitely an audience recording and a pretty good one all things considered – Mat

Moondance
Brown Eyed Girl
Checkin’ It Out
Don’t Look Back
Warm Love
Wild Nights
Crazy Love
Wavelength
I Like It Like That
Kingdom Hall
Moonshine Whiskey
Tupelo Honey
I’ve Been Working
St. Domonick’s Preview
Gloria