Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Broken Angels – San Francisco, CA (01/31/98)

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Broken Angels w/Phil Lesh
Fillmore Auditorium
San Francisco, CA
01/31/98

Download: FLAC/MP3

Set 1:
1. Franklin’s Tower
2. It’s all too Much
3. Broken Arrow
4. Honeydew
5. Sultans of Swing
6. St. Stephen
7. Scarlet Begonias
8. Fire on The Mountain
9. Sugaree

Set 2:
1. Friend Of The Devil
2. Golden Days
3. Stella Blue
4. The Other One
5. Dark Star jam > Imagine
6. Dark Star
7. Things We Said Today

CD 3
1. Cosmic Charlie
2. Box Of Rain
3. Like A Rolling Stone
4. Encores
5. Wild Horses
6. The Wheel > And We Bid You Goodnight

Comment: Broken Angels: Robin Bonnell, Clayton Call, David Gans, Joe
Goldmark, Tammie Horowitz, Steve Horowitz, Jennifer Jolly, Gary Lambert,
Phil Lesh, Kitty Margolis, Vince Welnick

Recorded with 3 CM 300 Naks X-Y, 2 CP4’s (Guns) 1 CP3 (Omni)
DAT>CD

By Jill & Rob Rightmyer

Bootleg Bonanza: Doc Watson & David Grisman – Lyons, CO (08/02/98)

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Doc Watson and David Grisman
(With Jack Lawrence)
Rocky Grass – Lyons CO
Aug 2, 1998

Download MP3@128

 

01 New River Train
02 In The Pines
03 Long Journey Home
04 Corrie Is Gone
05 Stoney Creek
06 Kentucky Waltz
07 Shady Grove
08 Doc & Dawg
09 Deep River Blues
10 Sweet Georgia Brown (Jerry Douglas, Dobro from here on)
11 Nobody Knows But Me
12 Time Changes Everything
13 Farewell Blues
14 Blue Eyed Jane (digital noise in beginning)
15 Summertime
16 Ready For The Times To Get Better
18 East Tennessee/Beaumont Rag
19 E.M.D.(ìEat My Dustî)

Doc Watson and David Grisman, 8-02-98

Two of the most notable players of their instruments.
Doc Watson is one of the best flat picker guitar players
Who has ever lived. And David Grisman might be the most
well known mandolin player around. Put them together
and it’s a special treat. This one didn’t come with a
lot of information just title and venue and date.
Thanks to Chuck for the set list help!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen & Friends – Red Bank, NJ (01/31/98)

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Bon Jovi,Bruce Springsteen & Friends
“The King Benefit”
Count Basie Theatre
Red Bank,New Jersey
January 31,1998

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage: CD-R > WAV (EAC) > FLAC (Trader’s Little Helper) > YOU

Musicians:
Jon Bon Jovi
Richie Sambora
Bobby Bandiera
Bruce Springsteen
Patty Scialfa
Clarence Clemons
Danny Federici
Little Steven
Max Weinberg
Southside Johnny

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Danny Devito

Setlist:

DISC ONE

01.INTRO:Danny Devito
02.THIS TIME IT’S FOR REAL
03.TWO HEARTS
04.BAD MEDICINE
05.UNTIL THE GOOD IS GONE
06.10TH AVENUE FREEZE OUT
07.BROKE DOWN PIECE OF MAN
08.HARD TIMES COME EASY
09.LOVE’S GLORY
10.THERE GOES MY BABY
11.THIS TIME BABY’S GONE FOR GOOD
12.YOU GIVE LOVE A BAD NAME

DISC TWO

01.THE PROMISED LAND
02.ALL I NEEDED IS YOU
03.SOMEDAY I’LL BE SATURDAY NIGHT
04.BOBBY JEAN
05.BLOOD ON BLOOD
06.THE FEVER
07.WORKING TOO HARD
08.I DON’T WANNA GO HOME
09.IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME
10.WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE

DISC THREE

01.BACKSTREETS
02.FOREVER
03.LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER
04.BADLANDS
05.I PLAYED THE FOOL
06.KEEP THE FAITH
07.BORN TO RUN
08.ROCKIN’ ALL OVER THE WORLD
09.TREAT HER RIGHT
10.THUNDER ROAD

NOTES from the original uploader:

I’m Not Positive,but sounds like SBD Recording

The “Come Together: Jon Bon Jovi & Friends” benefit concert was organized by the Long Branch Police Department, The Asbury Park Press, and FPI Concerts, along with Jon Bon Jovi. The concert was to honor slain Long Branch police officer Sgt. Patrick King and raise money for the Sgt. Patrick King Memorial Fund to provide for his family. King, 45-year-old father of two young boys, was fatally shot on 20 Nov 1997 by a fugitive who had vowed to kill himself and a police officer rather than be captured and returned to jail.

20 musicians with ties to the Jersey shore music scene answered Jon Bon Jovi’s call, including Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa and several members of the then-disbanded E Street Band (Clarence Clemons, Danni Frederici, Patti Scialfa, Little Steven, and Max Weinberg), Southside Johnny, Bobby Bandiera, and Richie Sambora among others. Actor Danny DeVito was the event’s MC.

This was a near-reunion of the fabled E Street Band and Bruce’s first full-length electric gig following the acoustic: The Ghost Of Tom Joad Solo Acoustic Tour. Springsteen spent much of (or maybe all) the night onstage, singing or playing guitar only.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (06/27/98)

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Van Morrison
Wembley Arena
London, England
27 June 1998

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Days Like This
2. Tore Down a la Rimbaud
3. Rain Check
4. In The Afternoon
5. How Long
6. Crazy Jane On God
7. Jackie Wilson Said
8. Satisfied
9. Moondance

1. Whenever Sir Cliff Shines His Light
2. Vanlose Stairway
3. Tupelo Honey/Crazy Lone
4. Just Like A Woman
5. Summertime In England
6. See Me Thru/Soldier Of Fortune/Burning Ground

Audience: Panasonic 61 capsules>Sony D3 analogue>Soundforge>Flac

Johnny Scott – guitar
Geoff Dunn – drums
Liam Bradley – percussion, vocals
Nicky Scott – bass
Matt Holland – trumpet
Pee Wee Ellis – saxes
Jon Savannah – organ

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Sao Paolo, Brazil (04/13/98)

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Bob Dylan
Sao Paolo, Brazil
Athletic Track, Ibirapuera Sporting Complex
April 13, 1998

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – Absolutely Sweet Marie
02 – I Want You
03 – Can’t Wait
04 – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
05 – Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)

06 – Stone Walls And Steel Bars
07 – Forever Young
08 – Tangled Up In Blue

(encore)

09 – ‘Til I Fell In Love With You
10 – Positively 4th Street
11 – Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

Concert # 964 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Seventh concert of the 1998 South American Tour With The Rolling Stones. 1998 concert # 28.
Concert # 111 with the 11th Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
David Kemper (drums & percussion).

Note. Bob opened for The Rolling Stones.

6-8 acoustic with the band.

9 new songs (81%) compared to previous concert. 3 new songs for this tour.

Note. Bob Dylan guesting The Rolling Stones.

12 – Like A Rolling Stone

Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Mick Jagger (vocal),
Keith Richards (guitar),
Ron Wood (guitar),
Charlie Watts (drums),
Chuck Leavell (keyboards),
Bobby Keys (saxophone),
Darryl Jones (bass),
Bernard Fowler and Lisa Fisher (backup vocal),
The New West Horns: Michael Davis (trombone),
Andy Snitzer (saxophone),
Kenth Smith (trumpet).

LB-07262 xref-01454 ; 64min ; 1CDR ; Rating: D

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Miami Beach, FL (03/31/98)

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Bob Dylan
Miami Beach, Florida
Cameo Theater
31 March 1998

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – To Be Alone With You
02 – SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
03 – Can’t Wait
04 – You’re A Big Girl Now
05 – Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)

06 – Cocaine Blues (trad.)
07 – One Too Many Mornings
08 – Tangled Up In Blue

09 – Million Miles
10 – Jokerman
11 – Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again

(encore)

12 – Til I Fell In Love With You
13 – It Ain’t Me, Babe
14 – Love Sick
15 – Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

Concert # 959 of The Never-Ending Tour.
Second concert of the 1998 South American Tour With The Rolling Stones. 1998 concert # 23.
Concert # 106 with the 11th Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
David Kemper (drums & percussion).

Note. Second warm up show.

6-8, 13 acoustic with the band.

7 new songs (46%) compared to previous concert. 7 new songs for this tour.

LB-03521 ; 46min+44min ; 2CDR ; Rating: A

This was recorded with AKG 391s and transferred to the discs I have here from the Master DAT by the taper.
CDR from taper > EAC > FLAC

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Miami Beach, FL (03/30/98)

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Bob Dylan
Cameo Theater
Miami Beach, Florida
30 March 1998

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – Intro
02 – To Be Alone With You
03 – If You See Her, Say Hello
04 – Can’t Wait
05 – Born In Time
06 – Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)

07 – The White Dove (Carter Stanley)
08 – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
09 – Tangled Up In Blue

10 – All Along The Watchtower
11 – Queen Jane Approximately
12 – Til I Fell In Love With You

(encore)

13 – Highway 61 Revisited
14 – It Ain’t Me, Babe
15 – Love Sick
16 – Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35

Concert # 958 of The Never-Ending Tour.
First concert of the 1998 South American Tour With The Rolling Stones. 1998 concert # 22.
Concert # 105 with the 11th Never-Ending Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Bucky Baxter (pedal steel guitar & electric slide guitar),
Larry Campbell (guitar),
Tony Garnier (bass),
David Kemper (drums & percussion).

Note. First warm up show.

6-8, 13 acoustic with the band.

LB-10178 ; 45min+43min ; 2CDR ; Rating: A-

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – St. Louis, MO (02/17/98)

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Bob Dylan
St. Louis, Missouri
February 17, 1998
Fox Theater

Download: FLAC/MP3

excellent audience recording
LB-2391

disc 1
1 Absolutely Sweet Marie
2 Man In The Long Black Coat
3 Can’t Wait
4 Born in Time
5 Silvio
6 Cocaine Blues
7 Masters Of War
8 Tangled Up In Blue

disc 2
1 Million Miles
2 Blind Willie McTell
3 Highway 61 Revisited
4 ‘Til I Fell In Love With You
5 Forever Young
6 Love Sick
7 Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Berlin, Germany (06/03/98)

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Bob Dylan and His Band
1998-06-03
Berlin, Germany (Waldb¸hne)

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Everything Is Broken
02 If You See Her, Say Hello
03 Cold Irons Bound
04 Under the Red Sky
05 Silvio
06 The Times They Are A-Changin’
07 Love Minus Zero / No Limit
08 Masters of War
09 Tangled Up In Blue
10 Not Dark Yet
11 Highway 61 Revisited
12 Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right,
13 Love Sick
14 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
15 Blowin’ in the Wind

FROM THE ORIGINAL UPLOADER
From an old DAT (received in trade, 1998). I’m sure this is from the same source as one of the three current LB DAT recordings (all A rated), but I don’t have them so I’m not sure from which one.
I have two DAT recordings of this show — this is number two.

TRANSFER DATE: 2016-10-23

WHAT I DID: DAT > WAV > Sound Forge (split into tracks) > FLAC > MP3tag (tagging)

WHAT I DID NOT DO: resample the files (they remain @ 48 khz, just as on the original DAT, so you will have to convert them yourself in order to burn to CD).

All thanks to the original taper, and to the person who sent me the DAT.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Doc Watson & David Grisman – Santa Barbara, CA (03/13/98)

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Doc Watson & David Grisman
03/13/98
Lobero Theatre
Santa Barbara, CA
Sings Like Hell Series

Download: FLAC/MP3

Nakamichi CM-300’s w/CP-1 Cardioid Capsules >Sony TCD-D7 DAT

DAT Master Transferred: Tascam DA-30 >S/PDIF >HHb CDR 800 PRO,
CD Masters >FLAC (Level 8) Via xACT 2.37 (Extracted As One-Track WAV Files And Sent Via Wetransfer To Dennis Orr For Post Production) >

.WAV >iZotope RX3 Advanced v3.00.695 (Declick) >Sound Forge Pro 10.0a (Sony Wave Hammer, Minor Edits, Normalize) >Wetransfer Back To OldNeumanntapr >

WAV >Audacity (Track Splits) >FLAC (Level 8) Via xACT 2.37. FLAC Tags Via xACT 2.37

Recorded 2nd Row Center,
Recorded, Transferred, FLAC’d & Tagged By OldNeumanntapr
WAV Post Production (Declick, Edits, & Normalize) By Dennis Orr

Set I
Disc I:
O1. Doc & Dawg
02. In The Pines
03. Long Journey Home
04. Corinna
05. Give Me Back My 15 Cents
06. Love Another Man
07. Hobo Bill
08. Tennessee Rag >Beaumont Rag
09. Talk
10. Cora’s Gone
11. Talk
12. Miles To Deep Gap
13. Blue Eyed Jane
14. E.M.D.
15. Sheik Of Araby
16. If I Needed You
17. Soldier’s Joy

Set II
Disc II:
01. Set II Intro* / Talk
02. Make Me A Pallet
03. Train Whistle Blues
04. Instrumental
05. Talk
06. I’ll Never See My Home Again
07. East Bound Freight Train
08. Stoney Creek
09. Deep River Blues
10. Ready For The Times To Get Better
11. Nine Pound Hammer
12. Kentucky Waltz
13. Old Old House
14. Doc’s Jokes
15. Instrumental
16. Encore Break
17. Shady Grove

Doc Watson – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
David Grisman – Mandolin
Jack Lawrence – Acoustic Guitar, Vocals

*Peggy Jones

OldNeumanntapr Notes-
This was the first and only time that I have seen Doc Watson, and I loved the show. He played some of my favorites, ’Give Me Back My 15 Cents’, Make me Down A Pallet’,’Ready For The Times To Get Better’, and ’Shady Grove’, among others. I was second row center, thanks to my friend Dave who got me the ticket. I drove down to Santa Barbara by myself and met up with Dave at the show, who got there a little late. You can hear me whisper too him, ‘Nice of you to make it’, a few minutes into the show when he arrived. Dave had gone down with his friend Rick to see another show in Los Angeles and was getting a ride back to SLO County with me, as Rick was living in Santa Barbara at the time. I am thankful to Dennis Orr for working his magic on this recording with his wonderful post production skills. I stealth recorded this show with my Nakamichi CM-300 cardioids hidden in my Levi jacket, and the microphones picked up a lot of applause noise which Dennis minimized. I had holes sewn into the bottom of each front pocket on the Levi jacket, and used hollowed-out 35 mm film can lids over the the microphone bodies to keep the weight of the mics from falling through to the pockets. I used short custom-made XLR connectors to connect the mics to my Sony DAT recorder, but this set up necessitated the microphones to be pointing straight up, with only the capsules sticking out of the pockets. Hence, the crowd noise. I had long hair in those days that I used to wear down to cover the capsules with so they were invisible. Because it was a semi quiet acoustic show, the crowd noise (applause), while not excessive, was loud because of the angle of the microphones. (This set up worked best when sitting as close to the PA / stage as possible, because the mics really couldn’t be aimed.) I thought for years that the recording would be forever flawed, because the applause was so loud, but Dennis was able to correct it. I know for a fact that no soundboard of this show exists, (don’t ask me how), so this may be the only recording available from this night.