Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Dallas, TX (02/22/02)

bob dylan - dallas - 2002

BOB DYLAN
Reunion Arena
Dallas, Texas
February 22nd, 2002
LB-8769

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Duncan And Brady (acoustic)
2. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right (acoustic) (Bob on harp)
3. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) (acoustic)
4. Searching For A Soldier’s Grave (acoustic)
5. Maggie’s Farm
6. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
7. Cry A While
8. High Water (For Charley Patton)
9. Visions Of Johanna (acoustic) (Bob on harp)
10. Boots Of Spanish Leather (acoustic) (Bob on harp)
11. Tangled up In Blue (acoustic)
12. Summer Days
13. Sugar Baby
14. Cold Irons Bound
15. Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

Encores
16. Like A Rolling Stone
17. Honest With Me (Larry on slide guitar)
18. Blowin’ In The Wind (acoustic) (Bob on harp)

Center Section Row R seat 6 (dead center seat)

Br¸el & Kjaer 4021 Compact Cardioid Microphones >
(mine were bought before DPA merge)
Sonosax SX-M2-LS/2 Microphone Amplifier >
Sony SBM-1 High Density Linear A/D Converter >
Sony TCD-D8 DAT Walkman

Transfer:

Sony TCD-D8 DAT Walkman
M-Audio MicrotrackII Via spdif Coaxial Cable > flac FrontEnd

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – The Road’s Washed Out, 2002 Summer Tour

bob dylan - the road's washed out summer tour 2002

Bob Dylan
The Road’s Washed Out
2002 US & Canada Summer Tour Compilation

Download: FLAC/MP3

NOTE: This compilation has a running time of 84m49s thus it is incompatible with the CD-Audio standard
of 79m59s.

Bob Dylan
Larry Campbell
Tony Garnier
George Recile
Charlie Sexton

01. To Be Alone With You
02. Man In The Long Black Coat
03. Mississippi
04. Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)
05. Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues
06. Every Grain Of Sand
07. Summer Days
08. SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
09. Cold Irons Bound
10. Standing In The Doorway
11. Lonesome Day Blues
12. Things Have Changed
13. Never Gonna Be The Same Again
14. High Water ( For Charley Patton)

Track 01
2002-08-31, Grand Junction, Colorado, USA, Track from LB-11309

Tracks 02 & 06
2002-08-09, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, Tracks from LB-5247

Track 03
2002-08-22, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA, Track from LB-622

Track 04
2002-08-18, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Track from LB-8312

Tracks 05 & 07
2002-08-12, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Tracks from LB-601

Tracks 08 & 11
2002-08-21, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Tracks from LB-623

Tracks 09 & 14
2002-08-04, Augusta, Maine, USA, Tracks from LB-786

Tracks 10 & 13
2002-08-02, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, Tracks from LB-694-xref-00121

Track 12
2002-08-28, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Track from LB-691

From the original uploader:

The 2002 Summer Tour was a tour with which I was very unfamiliar. After the
hit-and-miss Europe Spring Tour that was ravaged with upsinging, I thought this
tour was a great improvement. Spread over 23 dates between August 2 and September
1 (and less than a month after the recording of both the Masked and Anonymous tracks
and Cross The Green Mountain), this tour is really the end of the line for this
kind of show. Only a month later would see the beginning of the piano years along
with a great number of covers in each set. If any specific song or recording jumps
out at you, I urge you to seek out the entire show. Most of them were great from
beginning to end!

Whereas last tour seemed to focus on the rarer selections (Subterranean, Solid Rock,
Man of Constant Sorrow, etc), this tour more or less put an end to that. One notable
exception is the return of Quinn The Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) after 33 years since
its last performance (Isle of Wight). It was played 5 times during this tour, and
then after 1 more time in 2003, was put back on the shelf where it’s remained.
Never Gonna Be The Same Again was played 4 times too, and got a new stop-start type
arrangement that I think works for the song (and the audience hearing this debut of
the arrangement seems to really enjoy it too).

One trend that did continue from the previous tour was the debut of typically
electric songs in an acoustic rendition. Man In The Long Black Coat worked very
well in this acoustic treatment, as did Things Have Changed. Just Like Tom Thumb’s
Blues was interesting to hear acoustic, as I’m most familiar with the NET renditions
where its a rocker, and I think it works. Continuing its run from last tour, SeÒor
(Tales Of Yankee Power) continued to be played in an acoustic arrangement, this
time with an addition of Larry Campbell’s great fiddle; I think it merits inclusion
on both this and my previous compilation.

The slower songs this tour were performed with great nuance and balance. Mississippi,
while very similar to the released version, is great live. Every Grain Of Sand and
Standing In The Doorway both start off with tremendous, extended harp solos and the
performances that follow are tender and rich.

Ultimately, this tour does a great job of showing off the band as being able to
catch fire at will. This rendition of Summer Days is explosive and one of my
favorites, as is Lonesome Day Blues, which is starting to lean more towards a
country-ish rendition that is best known in Rochester 2004. To Be Alone With You is
a fun rocker, and Cold Irons Bound is killer in the arrangements from this era
(immortalized on BS8). This tour also sees the debut of the incendiary, banjo-less
arrangement of High Water also included on BS8, and this performance from Augusta
blows the roof off the joint.

Overall, I think this tour is an improvement over the previous tour, and a great
sendoff for this type of set, which would drastically change in the subsequent tour.
Thanks for listening!

Compiled by Nightingale’s Code

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Other Ones – East Troy, WI (08/03/02)

THE OTHER ONES
BILLED AS “THE GRATEFUL DEAD FAMILY REUNION”
08-03-2002
ALPINE VALLEY MUSIC THEATRE EAST TROY, WI
PRE-SHOW / I / INTERMISSION / II / ENCORE / POST-SHOW

Download: FLAC/MP3

STAGE MICROPHONES > SEPARATE MIXING CONSOLE AT SBD AREA > DIGITAL SATELLITE FEED TO WXRT
> PRE-FM 24-BIT/96 kHz D > SSSB

NOTE 1: The “NON-SONG TITLES” are what were “strongly suggested” that I use for the descriptions.

DISC 1
d1t01 00:31.845 WXRT-FM Station ID > Concert Intro (Matt Spiegel) > WXRT-FM Toss To Alpine Valley ->
d1t02 00:51.737 -> Bobby Skafish (a.k.a. “Host”) #01 “General Banter”

[[Commercial Breaks Edited Out & Sections Cross-Faded Together]]

d1t03 04:45.897 WXRT-FM Toss To Alpine Valley > Host #02 “General Banter” ->

>>>>> SET I BEGINS <<<<< d1t04 01:29.494 -> TOO Set I “Warm-Up, Tuning, and Noodling” ->
d1t05 03:36.262 -> He’s Gone (instrumental only) ->
d1t06 05:52.160 -> Cryptical Envelopment > Cryptical Jam ->
d1t07 02:38.468 -> That’s It For The Other One ->
d1t08 03:22.547 -> That’s It For The Other One Jam ->
d1t09 02:32.615 -> That’s It For The Other One Reprise ->
d1t10 09:00.927 -> Feel Like A Stranger
d1t11 12:25.889 Bird Song
d1t12 03:30.768 Lazy Lightning ->
d1t13 03:24.883 -> Lazy Lightning Jam ->
d1t14 03:28.592 -> Supplication
d1t15 09:20.458 Iko Iko
Total time: 1:06:52.542

DISC 2
>>>>> SET I (CONTINUED) <<<<< d2t01 13:28.919 Estimated Prophet ->
d2t02 06:33.480 -> Casey Jones

>>>>> SET I ENDS – INTERMISSION STARTS <<<<< d2t03 00:22.030 Host #03 “General Banter” ->
d2t04 04:46.234 -> Host #04 “Live Interview With Dennis McNally At Alpine Valley” ->

[[Commercial Breaks Edited Out & Sections Cross-Faded Together]]

d2t05 01:33.533 -> Host #05 “General Banter” > “Set I Song List” ->
d2t06 01:40.744 -> HOST #06 “Possible TOO Tour Dates” ->
d2t07 01:51.526 -> Previously Taped WXRT-FM “Sound Opinions” Mickey Hart Interview #1 ->

[[Commercial Breaks Edited Out & Sections Cross-Faded Together]]

d2t08 01:39.591 -> HOST #07 “How The ‘Playing Order’ Each Day Was Done” ->
d2t09 00:54.598 -> HOST #08 “Talks About WXRT-FM’s Relationship With The Grateful Dead” ->

[[COMMERCIAL VERSION OF “THE WHEEL” EDITED OUT, PER GDP REQUEST]]
[[WXRT’s Special Version with Jerry Garcia /others sound bytes]]

d2t10 02:11.403 -> HOST #09 “Describes the Scene, Vending At Alpine” ->
d2t11 01:04.139 -> HOST #10 “Details About Billy K’s Computer Generated Art” ->
d2t12 04:10.522 -> HOST #11 “Ticket Info, More About Scene, Getting This Show To Take Place” ->
d2t13 02:00.324 -> Previously Taped WXRT-FM “Sound Opinions” Mickey Hart Interview #2 ->
d2t14 00:33.748 -> HOST #12 “Intermission Back To Set II’s start” ->

>>>>> INTERMISSION ENDS – SET II BEGINS <<<<< d2t15 03:15.847 -> TOO Set II “Warm-Up, Tuning, and Noodling” ->
d2t16 10:11.641 -> The Music Never Stopped
d2t17 10:32.485 Baba Jingo
Total time: 1:06:50.764

DISC 3
>>>>> SET II (CONTINUED) <<<<< d3t01 08:40.935 China Cat Sunflower ->
d3t02 10:08.504 -> I Know You Rider
d3t03 10:37.522 Morning Dew
d3t04 13:52.479 Dark Star ->
d3t05 05:55.869 -> Born Cross-Eyed > Jam ->
d3t06 04:50.870 -> Dark Star Reprise ->
d3t07 02:23.413 -> Cryptical Envelopment Reprise ->
d3t08 06:41.046 -> One More Saturday Night
Total time: 1:03:10.638

DISC 4
>>>>> SET II ENDS – INTERMISSION BEGINS <<<<< d4t01 02:16.510 HOST #13 “Thoughts About The Concert Scene So Far, Personal Thoughts, OMSN” ->
d4t02 01:14.176 -> HOST #14 “Set II’s Set List” ->
d4t03 02:22.955 -> HOST #15 “Miscellaneous Rambling, Upcoming GDH, Prior TOO Show, Sunday’s Band Line-Up” ->
d4t04 00:37.625 -> TOO ENCORE “Tuning and Noodling” ->

>>>>> INTERMISSION ENDS – ENCORES BEGIN <<<<< d4t05 03:52.992 -> ENCORE 1: Help On The Way ->
d4t06 08:59.088 -> ENCORE 2: Slipknot ->
d4t07 10:06.423 -> ENCORE 3: Franklin’s Tower ->

>>>>> ENCORES AND SHOW OFFICIALLY ENDS <<<<< d4t08 00:37.346 -> HOST #16 “Post-Show Banter” ->

[[Commercial Breaks Edited Out & Sections Cross-Faded Together]]

d4t09 02:05.301 -> Post-Commercial WXRT-FM Toss To Alpine Valley, HOST #17 “Final Thoughts, Credits”
Total time: 0:32:12.416

Originally uploaded exclusively to GDLive.com by:
John “Jay” Serafin, owner & chief audio engineer of Serafin Station Studio B
“Making Kindness Dubs For Everyone!”
No Copyright Infringements… EVER!
Web Info: http://home.attbi.com/~kindd

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jay Bennett & Edward Burch – St. Paul, MN (05/16/02)

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Jay Bennett & Edward Burch
Turf Club
St. Paul, MN
May 16, 2002

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: SBD

disc 1
01 Like a Photograph 7:12
02 C.T.M/I Never Cared For You (Willie Nelson) 8:09
03 Puzzle Heart 5:39
04 Whispers or Screams 4:36
05 Little White Cottage 4:19
06 Shakin’ Sugar 6:25
07 No Church Tonite 9:13
08 Venus Stopped the Train 6:31
09 Fireworks 3:33
10 Watching Junior Drive 8:23
11 Talk to Me 6:56

disc 2
01 Drinking on Your Dime 5:02
02 It Hurts 15:34
03 new song 5:14
[soundcheck]
04 Baby Blue (Badfinger cover) 2:19
05 – tuning – 5:12
06 – more tuning – 2:36
07 California 1:53
08 California (continued) 2:47
09 No Church Tonite 2:60
10 It Hurts 4:13

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (05/11/02)

bob dylan - london P2002_0511

Bob Dylan and Band
Docklands Arena, London
May 11 2002

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1
1. Intro
2. I Am The Man, Thomas
3. The Times They Are A-Changin’
4. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
5. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
6. Solid Rock
7. Floater (Too Much To Ask)
8. Subterranean Homesick Blues
9. Lonesome Day Blues
10. Mr. Tambourine Man
11. Visions Of Johanna
12. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right

CD2
1. Blind Willie McTell
2. Summer Days
3. Cold Irons Bound
4. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
5. Like A Rolling Stone
6. Honest With Me
7. Blowin’ In The Wind
8. All Along The Watchtower

Recorded on Sonic Studios DSM-6 mics->Sony TCD-D7
Transferred to .wav on a Phillips CDR deck
.wav files converted to FLAC8 via Trader’s Little Helper

An EBR Recording

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Jacksonville, FL (02/05/02)

Bob Dylan - Jacksonville - 2002 - P2002_0205

Bob Dylan
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Jacksonville, Florida
Tuesday 5 February 2002

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1 71:08

0. intro
1. Hallelujah, I’m Ready To Go
2. The Times They Are A-Changin’
3. Desolation Row
4. Searching For A Soldier’s Grave
5. Gotta Serve Somebody
6. Floater (Too Much To Ask)
7. Lonesome Day Blues
8. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
9. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
10. Masters Of War
11. Tangled Up In Blue

CD2 60:17

12. Summer Days
13. Mississippi
14. Drifter’s Escape
15. Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat

16. Country Pie
17. Like A Rolling Stone
18. I Shall Be Released
19. Honest With Me
20. Blowin’ In The Wind

LB-4492
Audience MD recording > MD(m) > Unknown transfer > CDR(x) > EAC (Secure/Offset) > WAV > FLAC (Level 8) > HungerCity, MD source was spotted using Spectral Analysis w/ Cool Edit Pro (“lego parapet” artifacts are apparent).

Not much spectral density above 18kHz. CEDAR-type f/ps are in abundance; d1t02@0:47 coversation between female and taper about who can see ok. Excellent sound, A-.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Paul McCartney – Mexico City, Mexico (11/03/02)

Paul McCartney - Fly By Wire - Mexico City (11/03/02)

Paul McCartney
Nov 3rd 2002
De Los Deportes
Mexico City, Mexico
FLY BY WIRE

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage
Lineaged Bootleg(Unkwon Label) Silver CD > EAC > FLAC (Level 5)

(Disc 1)
01. Hello Goodbye
02. Jet
03. All My Loving
04. Getting Better
05. Coming Up
06. Let Me Roll It
07. Lonely Road
08. Driving Rain
09. Your Loving Flame
10. Blackbird
11. Every Night
12. We Can Work It Out
13. You Never Give Me Your Money – Carry That Weight
14. The Fool On The Hill
15. Here Today
16. Something

(Disc 2)
01. Eleanor Rigby
02. Here, There And Everywhere
03. Michelle
04. Band On The Run
05. Back In The U.S.S.R
06. Maybe Im Amazed
07. Let Em In
08. My Love
09. She’s Leaving Home
10. Cant Buy Me Love
11. Live And Let Die

(Disc 3)
01. Let It Be
02. Hey Jude
03. The Long And Winding Road
04. Lady Madonna
05. I Saw Her Standing There
06. Yesterday
07. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) / The End

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: George Carlin – Clearwater, FL (12/14/02)

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George Carlin
Ruth Eckerd Hall
Clearwater, FL (USA)
Dec. 14, 2002 (2nd show)

Download: FLAC/MP3

ALD-Soundboard recording (a Jim Fiesler recording)
Here’s another fine Jim Fiesler recording brought to you by TheCommish!

Setlist:
01. DJ intro (Billy The Phone Freak)
02. Opening remarks
03. Songs
04. Driving and Accidents
05. George’s grandfather / Zippers
06. George and the Reindeer
07. Suicide
08. More on suicide
09. STP Foundation
10. Stuff You Don’t Want To Hear
11. People Who Ought To Be Killed
12. Feces and Farts
13. Too Many Songs
14. The First Enema
15. Good Ideas

Lineage: ALD/SBD > D8 (listen box–from the parking lot) DAT > CDR
CDR > EAC > WAV (see editing notes) > Flac Frontend > FLAC (SBE-aligned)

Additional editing notes:
* Deleted 31 seconds of opening applause at beginning of Track 02
* Faded in applause on Track 102, faded out applause on Track 15 (with Nero)
* Re-tracked show by combining in Nero, splitting with CD Wave; as you can imagine, this isn’t an easy task for a comedy act like Carlin…I tried to separate the show by main topics discussed (also, the track names are made up to fit the material)
* Show was recorded out-of-phase; show was phase-corrected (to be “in-phase”) via Cool Edit Pro

ALD (assisted listening device) soundboard recordings are usually knocked for their “thin” sound quality (high amount of treble, not enough bass), but I don’t think that’s a real issue here at all. As such, Jim’s files have been unaltered for sound quality (i.e., no EQ performed)–if some of you prefer to have more bass in your ALD recordings, I’ll let you do your own EQ work since it then becomes a matter of personal taste. As for me, I think the show sounds great, as-is.

Jim Fiesler notes:
(regarding his ALD-SBD shows): “ALDs (fm-sbd) perfect captures in most or all cases..however somewhat lacking bass..more than regular fm..The best place to rec these shows was from the park lot..! the signal was the best there..!”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Diana Krall – Boston, MA (04/15/02)

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Diana Krall
Wang Theater
Boston, MA USA
April 15, 2002

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Audience recording > Schoeps CMB-1 > MK41 > Sony M1 > DAT master > ? > CD-R.

tunes4ever stated, “When I got this one several years ago, the volume was extremely low, so here’s what I did to fix it:

CD-R > Unknown CD burner > ? > Panasonic EQ +12 db’s > RLN Compressor + 8 dbs > Tascam CDRW 5000 stand alone recorder > CD-R > FLAC.”

CD 1:
01. I Love Being Here With You
02. All Or Nothing At All
03. Let’s Fall In Love
04. (band introductions)
05. The Look Of Love
06. Devil May Care
07. (Krall talks)
08. L-O-V-E

CD 2:
01. Cry Me A River
02. I’ve Got You Under My Skin
03. Deed I Do
04. A Case Of You
05. (Krall talks)
06. Hard Hearted Hannah > I Don’t Know Enough About You
07. S’ Wonderful

Total time = 101:12

Personnel:
Diana Krall – piano, vocals
Anthony Wilson – guitar
Pierre Boussaguet – bass
Jeff Hamilton – drums

Bootleg Bonanza: Dr John – Toronto, Canada (06/21/02)

Toronto Jazz Festival - 2002

Dr. John and The Lower 911 Band
2002-06-21
Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival
Toronto Star Stage at Nathan Phillips Square
Toronto, Ont

Download MP3@192

Set 1 (43:41 – incomplete, missing first 7 minutes)
0 [tune missing]
1. Iko-Iko 2:32 [nc, starts mid-song]
2. Makin’ Whoopee 4:43
3. ? 6:27
4. ? 5:03
5. Heavy Splinter 11:45
6. Right Place, Wrong Time 4:09
7. band introduction boogie 9:00

Set 2 (50:03 – complete)
1. What You Gonna Do? 5:07
2. One 2 A.M. Too Many 5:27
3. Such a Night 6:24
4. Hope It Matters 5:50
5. We Got the Light 8:18
6. When the Saints Come Marching In > Jam 12:26
Encore
7. Food for Thought 6:48

Dr. John – vocals, piano, organ, percussion, flute, whistles
Herman Roscoe – drums, percussion
David Burrell – el-bass, vocals
Leonard Pulshee – el-guitar, vocals