Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Winnipeg, Canada (11/16/12)


Neil Young
MTS Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
w/ Crazy Horse

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage: Schoeps MK4> Tinybox> Edirol R-09 (16bit/44.1 Khz)
Transfer: SD/USB > Wavlab 6.0 saved to 16 bit>Soundforge 7.0 for slight editing > CD wave 1.93 split > Traders Little Helper 2.4.1 > flac
Location: right stack

01. Intro
02. Love And Only Love
03. Powderfinger
04. Born In Ontario
05. Walk Like A Giant
06. The Needle And The Damage Done
07. Twisted Road
08. Singer Without A Song
09. Ramada Inn
10. Cinnamon Girl
11. F*!#in’ Up
12. Mr. Soul
13. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
14. Roll Another Number

Tour: 2012 Crazy Horse Tour
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Frank Sampedro – electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot – bass, vocals
Ralph Molina – drums, vocals

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Warren Haynes – New Orleans, LA (05/05/12)


Warren Haynes Band
with Dr. John, Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns, Ivan Neville and others
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
New Orleans Fair Grounds
New Orleans, La.
May 5, 2012

Donwload: FLAC/MP3

1 band intro > Man In Motion 3:06
2 River’s Gonna Rise 8:31
3 Sick of My Shadow 10:00
4 On A Real Lonely Night 8:44
5 Pretzel Logic 10:51
6 Dr John intro 1:45
7 Walk on Gilded Splinters * 8:39
8 Such A Night * 5:48
9 Big Chief * 5:25
10 Dr John introduces the band 0:40
11 The Weight > Makes No Difference * 9:56

* with Dr. John on lead vocals

Source: WWOZ-FM > RadioShark v2.0.2 > Macintosh MacMini (2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > aiff > Quicktime 7.6.3 (convert aiff to wav) > wav > flac v1.2.1 (linux command line; level 8 compression) > flac file

splice source (from mp3 online stream): CIUT.fm 96 kbps mp3 stream > RadioRecorder v1.07 > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > captured mp3 stream > > Quicktime 7.7 > (convert mp3 to wav/aiff) > aiff (excerpts edited into the main FM audio file)

splice source #2 (from mp3 online stream): WWOZ.org 128 kbps mp3 stream > StationRipper v2.98.2 > Sony Vaio vpcs131fm > captured mp3 stream > hard drive > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > Quicktime 7.7 > (convert mp3 to wav/aiff) > aiff (excerpt edited into the main FM audio file)

Transfer: flac file (transferred by ftp from remote pc) > MacBook Pro (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (convert to aiff) > aiff > Bias Peak Pro (trimmed, normalized 3.8 db, split into tracks) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.18 (sector boundaries repaired, level 8 compression) > flac

Note: Several of the 2012 Jazzfest broadcasts, including this one, are marred by what sounds like hard-drive glitches – perhaps a fragmented drive or an overloaded processor on the PC used during the broadcast. The glitchiness was also present in the WWOZ online stream, however the stream by CIUT in Toronto (which was simulcasting the WWOZ broadcast) appears to have been unaffected. CIUT’s stream was only 96kps, so sometimes the splices may be fairly noticeable.

This recording includes the following splices:
Track 2:
.7-second splice at 1:49
.9-second splice at 1:51
.8-second splice at 1:54
.5-second splice at 1:59
.75-second splice at 2:02
1-second splice at 2:05
.9 seconds splice at 2:06
1.2-second splice at 2:09
.3 seconds splice at 2:11
.75-second splice at 2:16
.5-second splice at 2:18
3.4 seconds splice at 2:23

Track 4: A .6-second splice at 4:47

Track 8:
1-second splice (including a 1.8-second crossfade) at 1:01 plus a 3-second splice from the FM source from a similar passage
2-second splice at 1:01 (still sounds a bit glitchy)
0.8-second splice at 4:16 (from where the FM signal and WWOZ.org stream both dropped out entirely for about a second); plus another splice of about 1 second from the WWOZ online stream to repair a different glitch.

Additionally, a very long station ID was shortened by about 1:07 at the end of Track 3.

Warren Haynes, guitar and vocals
Dr. John, vocals, keyboard
Ivan Neville, keyboards, vocals
Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns (Efrem Towns, Roger Lewis & Kevin Harris)
Terence Higgins, drums
Nigel Hall, keyboards
Ron Holloway, sax

Repost Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Winnipeg, Canada (10/05/12)


Bob Dylan
MTS Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba
October 5, 2012

Download: FLAC/MP3

The Winnipeg Sun has a nice review of the show.

01. Watching The River Flow
02. It Ain’t Me, Babe
03. Things Have Changed
04. Tangled Up In Blue
05. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
06. This Dream Of You
07. Summer Days
08. Desolation Row
09. Highway 61 Revisited
10. Scarlet Town
11. Thunder On The Mountain
12. Ballad Of A Thin Man
13. Like A Rolling Stone
14. All Along The Watchtower
15. Blowin’ In The Wind

Band Members
Bob Dylan – vocals, guitar, keyboard, piano, harp
Stu Kimball – guitar
Donnie Herron – steel guitar, mandolin, violin, banjo
Charlie Sexton – guitar
George Receli – drums
Tony Garnier – bass

First known live performance of “Scarlet Town”

source: soomlos
17th row center floor
neumann skm140 > grace lunatec v3 > m-audio microtracker ll (24/48)
m-audio microtracker ll > usb > pc > sound forge pro 10 > cd wave editor > flac (24/48)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Cardiff, Wales (11/18/12)


Van Morrison
18 November 2012
St. David’s Hall
Cardiff, Wales

Download: FLAC/MP3

Old Dutch Master Archives series # 30

Recording: SP – CMC-8 microphones + Roland Edirol R-09
Recorded by the Old Dutch Master

Lineage: Edirol > USB > harddisk.
Red Roaster + Soundforge 4.5 + Plugins using the Maximizer process.
Overall volume boost Removal some of some clapping between the songs.
Traders Little Helper Wav > flac.

Editing: Young Dutch Master ( a long time ago, can’t remember the details)
Artwork: not included
The sound is: excellent


01. Celtic Swing
02. Only A Dream
03. A Town Called Paradise
04. These Are The Days
05. Open The Door (To Your Heart)
06. Mystic Of The East
07. I Can’t Stop Loving You
08. Got To Go Back
09. Born To Sing
10. Close Enough For Jazz
11. Enlightenment
12. Broen Eyed Girl
13. Moondance
14. Baby Please Don’t Go
15. Pegan Heart
16. In The Garden
17. Ballerina
18. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven When You Smile)
19. Help Me

Old Dutch Masters Archives series:

The ODm-archives series consists of recordings the ODM made over the years.
He sadly passed awy on 17 April 2016. Many of these recordings were just waiting on a harddisk as he was depending on friends to prepare these for upload.
The man was just too busy working and visiting concerts.

Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Landgraaf, Netherlands – Pinkpop (05/28/12)


Bruce Springsteen
Pinkpop Festival
Landgraaf, The Netherlands
28 may 2012

Download MP3@320

Source : Sp-CMC-10 (windscreens on) > battery SP-SPSB-1 > Edirol R-09HR (24 bit-48 kHZ) > PC > EAC > Wav > Traders Little Helper > Flac 8>MP3

Disc 01 :

01. We take care of our own
02. Wrecking ball
03. Badlands
04. Death to my hometown
05. My city of ruins
06. Spirit in the night
07. Because the night
08. Radio nowhere
09. I’m on fire
10. Shackled & drawn
11. Waitin’ on a sunny day
12. The promised land

Disc 02 :
01. The river
02. The rising
03. We are alive
04. Thunder road
05. – crowd –
06. 96 tears (with Garland Jeffreys)
07. Born in the USA *
08. Born to run
09. Hungry heart (with Mumford and Sons)
10. Dancing in the dark
11. American land
12. Tenth Avenue freeze-out

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Wilco – San Francisco, CA (01/29/12)


Warfield Theater
San Francisco, CA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: (front row balcony) Schoeps mk4>kc5>cmc6>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/48)>Wavelab (uv22hr/44.1)>CDWave Editor>FLAC

Recorded by: Scott Gordon (sgordo@gmail.com)

The MP3 tracks are all mislabeled. Track one is actually crowd noise and so all the other tracks are one off and the last track listed in the notes doesn’t exist. Sorry about that.

01 – Sunken Treasure
02 – Art of Almost
03 – I Might
04 – Ashes of American Flags
05 – Bull Black Nova
06 – At Least That’s What You Said
07 – One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend)
08 – Shouldn’t Be Ashamed
09 – Either Way
10 – Born Alone
11 – Laminated Cat
12 – Impossible Germany
13 – One By One
14 – Forget the Flowers
15 – Handshake Drugs
16 – Standing O
17 – Misunderstood
18 – I Must Be High
19 – The Late Greats
20 – Dawned On Me
21 – Whole Love
22 – Heavy Metal Drummer
23 – I’m the Man Who Loves You
24 – Shot in the Arm
25 – Track missing from recording

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Wilco – Vancouver, Canada (02/05/12)


Vancouver, Canada

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – One Sunday Morning (Song For Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend) – 10:48
02 – Poor Places – 5:27
03 – Art of Almost – 7:23
04 – I Might – 4:11
05 – I Am Trying to Break Your Heart – 5:15
06 – One Wing – 4:12
07 – Radio Cure – 5:12
08 – Impossible Germany – 7:36
09 – Banter – 0:43
10 – Born Alone – 4:22
11 – Spiders (Kidsmoke) * – 5:38
12 – I’ll Fight – 4:15
13 – Banter – 1:03
14 – Handshake Drugs – 5:50
15 – Banter – 1:14
16 – Via Chicago – 5:05
17 – “Can-uh-dee-an” Banter – 0:43
18 – California Stars ** – 4:38
19 – I Must Be High – 3:40
20 – Pot Kettle Black – 4:35
21 – Dawned On Me – 3:39
22 – Shot in the Arm – 5:04
23 – Encore Break – 1:48
24 – Whole Love – 4:15
25 – Heavy Metal Drummer – 3:21
26 – Walken – 4:51
27 – Red-Eyed and Blue – 2:39
28 – I Got You (At the End of the Century) – 3:55
29 – Outtasite (Outta Mind) – 3:37

* Spiders (Kidsmoke) performed w/ acoustic arrangement
** lyric change: “Can-uh-dee-an Stars”

Band Members:
Jeff Tweedy – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
John Stirratt – bass, vocals
Glenn Kotche – drums, percussion
Mikael Jorgensen – keyboards, etc
Pat Sansone – keyboards, guitars, vocals, percussion, etc
Nels Cline – electric guitar, lap steel guitar

From the taper:

This was Superbowl Sunday and downtown Vancouver Granville Street was absolutely crawling with people – of every ilk. It seems I got to meet a lot of them having arrived very early to be first in line and be able to find the time to speak with the house manager at the Orpheum so they’re comfortable with my gear and what I’m doing. Thankfully, Wilco, unlike many other taper friendly bands, were very good at notifying the venue of their policies.

I managed to set up in my usual Orpheum spot with the blessing of the house manager Greg, who I’m always grateful to see working any night I’m there taping. He’s professional and polite and has helped me get my gear in on several occasions so kudos and huge thanks go out to him.

The show itself was a true joy and delight. Great lights & effects without going overboard and as I previously mentioned, the sound was stunning. The performance itself was top notch as these boys were as tight as I’ve ever seen any band. The crowd was a little bit rowdy for the first few songs but quickly settled in for the ride. The band smoothly transitioned from one song to the other without the slightest hesitation and Jeff’s banter was cute but short & sweet. At one point towards the end of the show, someone threw some yellow referee flags on stage and you’ll hear Jeff joke about them. For more details of the performance, I direct you to the several included screen captures of online reviews from that night. Although they almost all mention some couple fighting during the performance, thankfully, I neither saw nor captured it on my recording. The band did not seem affected either.

Date: 2012-02-05 (Sunday)
Title: Jeff’s Sunday Sportsball Infraction
Venue: Orpheum Theatre – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Venue concert seating capacity: 2780
Estimated attendance: Full House
Type: Open-Air Audience/Open
Source: CA-14 Cardioids > CA-9100 > Zoom H4n (XLR inputs) @ 24 bit/48 kHz
Transfer: .WAV > Audacity 1.3.14-beta (fades, gain, tracking, downsampling) > Trader’s Little Helper v.2.7.0 build 172 (flac 8, fix SBE’s & create .ffp and .md5 files)
Recording location: DFC – mics placed over dress circle (lowest) balcony rail in A/B configuration 75cm’s apart
Sound Quality: SUP, A+, 10/10 – I really lucked out with the sound here and got a capture as good as any I’ve ever gotten. I could not have pulled a better capture with and reached the absolute limitations of my equipment. There is clear stereo separation as the house mix itself was in stereo. From the gentlest and quietest notes right up to the loudest cacophony of instruments; it’s all here as true as it gets. The sound that night , thanks to FOH engineer Stan Doty, was surprisingly clear and of the highest quality. The placement of my mics over the edge protected them from the closest talkers and clappers but still got enough of the audience sounds to remind you that this is a live show.
Recorded by: Seth Meister (http://gplus.to/seth01)
Mastered by: Seth Meister

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Rotterdam, The Netherlands (07/06/12)

Morrison-North Sea Jazz Festival 06.07.2012 - F

North Sea Jazz Festival
Nile Hall
Ahoy, Rotterdam
July 6th 2012

Download: FLAC/MP3

Edirol R-09 > Adobe Audition 3 > FLAC

THIS TORRENT: FLAC > Soundforge PRO 10c *** > .wav > FLAC Level 8 Align on Sector Boundaries

*** Edits ( +++ Removed Fault in Disc 01, Track 01, Removed “Enlightenment”) Fades, Re-Tracked


300dpi Artwork Included (JTT July 2012)



Van Morrison: vocals, alto saxophone, harmonica
piano on Haunts Of Ancient Peace

Paul Moore: MD / keyboards / trumpet
Chris White: saxophones / flute
Alistair White: trombone / tuba
Dave Keary: guitar
Paul Moran: bass
Jeff Lardner: drums
Rod Quinn: percussion

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Springsteen – Asbury Park, NJ (01/14/12)


Bruce Springsteen
Light Of Day 2012
Paramount Theater
Asbury Park, NJ
January 14, 2012

Download: FLAC/MP3

taped by: Bickle
upped by: Bakerstuff
Church Audio Cardioids CA-14 > CA-9100 Pre-Amp >Edirol HR-09 > Cool Edit Pro > Trader’s Little Helper >FLAC

Wild in the Streets (W/ Garland Jefferies)
One Guitar (w/ Willie Nile)
Incident on 57th Street (solo acoustic)
“Bromberg Blues” (Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers w/ David Bromberg)
East Carson Street (Joe Grushecky & the Houserockers)
Darkness on the Edge of Town
Never Be Enough Time
Adam Raised a Cain
Save My Love
Talking to the King
Atlantic City
Johnny 99
I’m Not Sleeping
Because the Night
Waiting on a Sunny Day
Pumping Iron
Light of Day (with Max Weinberg, Tony “Boccigalupe” Amato, all)
The Promised Land (with all)
“Happy Birthday Bob Benjamin”
Twist and Shout (with all)
Thunder Road (acoustic)

This is not Springsteen with the full E-Street band. It was a charity event for the Light of Day foundation or something and apparently Springsteen shows up unannounced every year and plays with the house band.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Bournemouth, England (03/04/12)


Van Morrison
Bournemouth Pavilion
Bournemouth, UK

Download: FLAC/MP3


Brown Eyed Girl
Higher than The World
Fair Play
Not Feeling It Anymore
Crazy Love
These Dreams of You
Talk Is Cheap
All In The Game/You Know What They’re Writing/No Safety Net/No Plan B/This Is It
In The Garden
St James Infirmary
Help Me
Tupelo Honey/Why Must I Always Explain
Gloria/Who’d you love

Original notes from FreeMorrison (I think)

Thanks to In The Garden I have this probable source info:

Taped by asifigive@fuk 6 rows from the front dead centre on
Edirol R-09 and Core Sound Mics with battery box set to Flat>Audacity to Split WAV>TLH to Flac Level 8>you

Well initial thoughts walking out of the Pavilion were that it was a great show,not as good as Brighton but still great. However I have now listened to it half a dozen times and I have changed my mind, this was awesome but on a different level to Brighton, there it was party time but here in Bournemouth it was a more serious show.We should have known, Enlightment played, No brass joke in Fair Play, These Dreams and a Talk is Cheap and then it came, The band started All in the game moved to, you know what they’re writing about and Van centre stage with hand held mic , moved the mic stand out of the way, moved the music stand with lyrics out of the way, turned it to the audience, and then he told us about what really counted,Listen to the Lion, No Safety net is needed or ever has been, the band played on, garden,st james and then help me, Van starting it on sax not harp, it was nearly over just a Gloria to go but no ,he comes back, the Chords of Gloria dont start but instead the organ starts with the opening to Tupelo Honey, Van straps on his Les Paul and treats us to a couple of guitar solos,into Gloria and end.This was no ordinary show , this was extraordinary.

Thank you Van for a wonderful weekend, I hope my recordings did the shows some justice.

Nothing has been done to the File except trimming the rubbish at the beginning and end and a fade in and out added, and of course splitting the tracks, no volume adjustments have been made so you may find it quiet,but thats what the big dial on your Hi-Fi marked volume is for. Do what you want with it now, after all I nicked it off Van, If you master it and improve it please repost as id love to hear it.