Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Berkeley, CA (10/21/79)

Van Morrison - Berkeley - 1979

Van Morrison
Berkeley, CA
10/21/1979
Celtic Soul Productions, Vol VIII

Download: FLAC/MP3

Kingdom Hall
Bright Side of the Road
Here Comes the Night
You Make Me Feel So Free
Warm Love
Angeliou
Full Force Gale
Moondance
Tupelo Honey
I’ve Been Working
Brown Eyed Girl
Wild Night

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – New York, NY (10/07/79)

Van Morriosn, Avery Fisher Hall - 1979

Van Morrison
10/07/79
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

Instrumental
Kingdom Hall
Bright Side of the Road
Here Comes the Night
Into the Mystic
You Make Me Feel So Free
Warm Love
It’s All in the Game>
You Know What They’re Writing About
Call Me Up In Dreamland
Ain’t Nothing You Can Do
Angeliou
Moondance
Moonshine Whiskey
Full Force Gale
Wavelength//

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Rotterdam, The Netherlands (08/30/79)

Van Morrison - Rotterdam, Holland (08/30/79)

Van Morrison
08/30/79
Ahoy, Rotterdam
Netherlands

Download: FLAC/MP3

Kingdom Hall
Bright Side Of The Road
Into The Mystic
Here Comes The Night
You Make Me Feel So Free
Troubadours
Call Me Up In Dreamland
Warm Love
Moondance
Full Force Gale
Moonshine Whiskey
Wavelength
Tupelo Honey
I’ve Been Working
Brown Eyed Girl
Gloria
Wild Night

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Rolling Stones – Saturday Night Live – Various 1978

The Rolling Stones 1978 Sat Nite Live Front

The Rolling Stones
Saturday Night Live
Various 1978
Burden Records SNL-103

Download: FLAC/MP3

TRACKLIST

Side A :
01. Dan Aykroyd imitates Tom Snyder doing an interview with Mick Jagger
who plays the part of himself* ->
O M I T E D officialy released (‘Saturday Night Live – 25 Years Of Music’)
02. Beast Of Burden*
03. Respectable*
04. Shattered*

Side B :
01. When The Whip Comes Down**
02. Miss You**
03. Far Away Eyes**
04. Love In Vain**

Lineage : LP -> CDr -> trade -> CDr -> EAC -> WAVE -> TLH -> Flac 6

* US-TV show Saturday Night Live, NBC studio, Westchester, New York, October 7, 1978
** Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida, June 10, 1978 – First concert of the 1978 US Tour

Note : the interest of seeding this LP bootleg is the four songs of Lakeland ’78.
Which are from the legendary source 3!
(in fact, the first one that came out) in EXCELLENT STEREO audience recording !!!
This is by far the best source of this show and probably the best audience recording of the tour.

Bootleg Bonanza: Prince – The Work, Vol 4

Prince - The Work Volume 4 (front)

Prince ‎
The Work – Volume 4
Thunderball ‎– TB 158/61
2001

Download MP3@160

Tracklist
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1-1 –Prince And The New Power Generation The Flow
1-2 –Prince And The New Power Generation Something Funky (This House Comes)
1-3 –Prince And The New Power Generation Daddy Pop
1-4 –Prince And The New Power Generation Horny Pony
1-5 –Prince And The New Power Generation School Yard
1-6 –Prince And The New Power Generation Willing And Able
1-7 –Prince And The New Power Generation Walk Don’t Walk
1-8 –Prince And The New Power Generation Live 4 Love
1-9 –Prince The Voice
1-10 –Prince Martika’s Kitchen
1-11 –Prince Spirit
1-12 –Prince Love…Thy Will Be Done
1-13 –Prince Don’t Say U Love Me
1-14 –Prince Open Book
1-15 –Prince The Voice
1-16 –Prince Player
2-1 –Prince U
2-2 –Prince Glam Slam ’91
2-3 –Prince Letter 4 Miles
2-4 –Prince Well Done
2-5 –Prince Uh Huh
2-6 –Prince I Wonder
2-7 –Prince 5 Women
2-8 –Prince Get Blue
2-9 –The New Power Generation 2Gether
2-10 –Prince 51 Hours
2-11 –Carmen Electra Power From Above
2-12 –Carmen Electra Carmen On Top
2-13 –Carmen Electra Go Carmen Go
2-14 –Carmen Electra Powerline
2-15 –Carmen Electra All That
2-16 –Carmen Electra The Juice
2-17 –Carmen Electra Mo’ Funky
2-18 –Carmen Electra Fantasia Erotica
3-1 –Prince The Rest Of My Life
3-2 –Prince Make Believe
3-3 –Prince I’ll Do Anything
3-4 –Prince Empty Room
3-5 –Prince Be My Mirror
3-6 –Prince Don’t Talk 2 Strangers
3-7 –Prince Wow…
3-8 –Prince I Can’t Love U Anymore
3-9 –Prince Poor Little Bastard
3-10 –Prince Allegiance
3-11 –Prince Hey Louie Louie
3-12 –Prince And The New Power Generation The Lost ‘Love Symbol’ Segues
3-13 –Prince And The New Power Generation The Continental (Remix)
3-14 –Prince And The New Power Generation Sexy MF (Remix)
3-15 –Prince And The New Power Generation The Max (Remix)
3-16 –Minneapolis MPLS
3-17 –Prince My Pony
3-18 –Prince Hit U In The Socket

Featuring, Vocals – Rosie Gaines

3-19 –Prince Hold Me
3-20 –Prince I Hear Your Voice
3-21 –Prince Ain’t No Place Like U

Featuring, Vocals – Jevetta Steele

4-1 –Prince Work That Fat
4-2 –Prince The P
4-3 –Minneapolis MPLS (12″ Remix)
4-4 –Prince Orgasm
4-5 –The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) Endorphinmachine
4-6 –Prince Come
4-7 –Minneapolis The Ryde Dyvine
4-8 –Prince Loose (Dub)
4-9 –Prince 18 & Over
4-10 –Madhouse Space
4-11 –Madhouse Guitar Segue
4-12 –Madhouse Asswoop
4-13 –Madhouse Ethereal Segue
4-14 –Madhouse Parlour Games
4-15 –Madhouse Michael Segue
4-16 –Madhouse (Got 2) Give It Up
4-17 –Madhouse Sonny & Miles Segue
4-18 –Madhouse 24
Notes
Compilation of “Demos and Outtakes 1991-1994”

4-4 is listed as ‘Poem’ (‘Poem’ is not a title as such, it’s a description)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Seattle, WA (11/05/00)

Pearl Jam - Seattle, WA (11/05/00)

Pearl Jam
SV039 – “GRIMLOCK DESTROYS SEATTLE”
November 5, 2000
Key Arena: Seattle, WA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Show Source: Official Bootleg #71 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed’s Solo Preset Source: Audio Technica 933 (hypercardoid) > Sony PCM-M1 > dat > cdr > flac

Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE
Ed’s solo preset:
01 Throw Your Arms Around Me

Pearl Jam main set:
02 Long Road
03 Breakerfall
04 Corduroy
05 Whipping
06 Gods’ Dice
07 Animal
08 Given To Fly
09 Nothing As It Seems
10 Daughter/(Bull In The Heather)/(Beautiful Way)
11 MFC
12 Lukin
13 Wishlist
14 Better Man
15 Even Flow
16 Crown of Thorns ($)
17 Black

DISC TWO
01 Do The Evolution
02 Insignificance
03 Rearviewmirror
04 encore 1:
05 Timeless Melody (~)
06 Light Years
07 Elderly Woman…
08 Last Exit
09 State of Love and Trust
10 Spin The Black Circle
11 Last Kiss
12 Porch
encore 2:
13 Parting Ways (^)
14 Yellow Ledbetter/(Little Wing)

($) = Second time ever played by Pearl Jam (first being 10/22/00)
(~) = Performed with members of Supergrass
(^) = Performed with April Cameron (on viola) and Justine Foy (on cello)

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The first homecoming show. In ‘Long Road’ Ed sings, “And the skies are always grey…” Ed also mentions that sometimes it’s nice to play a show with your house key in your pocket. He later talks about how the typical Seattle weather seemed to follow them around the tour, mentioning Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego. ‘Crown of Thorns’ (once again, to everyone’s surprise) is introduced as “a song that’s older than me.” Ed and Jeff were playing this game all night, they have been doing all these jumps in tandem for the past couple of shows, but tonight they kept trying to psych each other out and pretend one was going to jump, but then they wouldn’t, and start laughing. Someone had brought a huge “VOTE BUSH” banner and hung it from the 200 level; it was removed by two industrious fans before PJ took the stage. Between ‘DTE’ and ‘Insignificance’ Ed acknowledges the previous existence of the banner and said that he couldn’t believe it, and that “Just for tonight, I hope they took them out back and roughed them up a little.” The members of Supergrass were brought out and thanked, and Gary and Ed trade verses on ‘Timeless Melody.’ WARNING – X-rated notes ahead: Afterward, Ed says, “I have a bigger cock than Flea and Patrick Ewing combined, but I don’t want to brag.” Mike illustrates this by holding his hands out to give us a visual. (This was referencing a comment Flea made earlier about how he heard that [new Seattle Sonic] Patrick Ewing had the biggest cock in Seattle, except that now he was in town.) April Cameron and Justine Foy are brought out (with hugs from Ed) to perform the string arrangement for ‘Parting Ways.’ After “Parting Ways,” Jeff grabs Ed’s wine bottle, takes a LONG swig, and then hands it over to Matt, who does likewise. ‘Ledbetter’ is lavishly tagged with ‘Little Wing’ (and there is a Jimi Hendrix photo, torn out of a magazine, taped to Mike’s amp). Really strong, powerfully played show. On the setlist but not played: ‘In Hiding’ and ‘The Kids Are Alright.’

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.

Compiled by spacedvest on 1/29/04.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Sly & The Family Stone – New York, NY (10/05/68)

Front

Sly & The Family Stone
“Thee Encyclopedia of Ecstacy”
live at the Fillmore East
October 5, 1968

Links removed as this has been officially released.

Label : Big Fro Discs
Catalog No. : BF-013/014
Release Date: 2003
exclent soundboard quality

linenage : cdr trade -> easy CD-DA Extractor -> Flac level 8 -> DIME -> You

Disc 1 is early show live at the Fillmore East, New York, Oct. 5 (or 4?) 1968.
Disc 2 is from their late show on the same date.

Setlist:

Disc 1 : (40:46)
101. Life (3:11)
102. Color Me True (6:02)
103. It Won’t Be Long (7:11)
104. Are You Ready (6:28)
105. Dance to the Music (12:03)
106. M’Lady (5:49)

Disc 2 : (54:06)
201. M’ Lady (4:55)
202. Color Me True (3:03)
203. Are You Ready? (7:59)
204. It Won’t Be Long (7:46)
205. Color Me True (6:22)
206. Dance to the Music (11:17)
207. Love City (5:34)
208. Turn Me Loose (5:10)
209. Outro (1:56)

Artworks included.

Enjoy the show~!! 🙂

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Simon & Garfunkel – Village Vanguard

Simon & Garfunkel - Village Vanguard

Simon & Garfunkel
“Village Vanguard”
1965-1969
Studio Outtakes
Live Performances
BBC Sessions

Download: FLAC/MP3

 

Lineage:

Mastered from soundboard tapes, off-line and off-air sources -> Cassette -> CDR -> CDR -> EAC -> WAV -> FLAC

01 For Emily
02 Overs
03 Homeward Bound
04 At the Zoo
05 America
06 Song for the Asking
07 A Poem on the Underground Wall
08 For Emily
09 Anji
10 Richard Cory
11 The Sound of Silence
12 Homeward Bound
13 A Most Peculiar Man
14 He Was My Brother
15 I Am A Rock
16 I Wish You Could Be There
17 Blessed
18 Bad Blues Feeling
19 Cloudy
20 Can’t help But Wonder Where I’m Bound
21 Sparrow
22 The Side of a Hill
23 I Am A Rock
24 A Church is Burning
25 Anji

 

Tracks 01-02: Studio out-takes 1966-1967
Tracks 03-09: Live from Carbondaile, Ill, Nov 08, 1969
Tracks 10-15: “Sing Out” T.V. Special from Canadian Television 1966
Tracks 16-19: Studio Rehearsal 1966
Tracks 20-25: BBC London 1966: track 22 On The Side of a HILL has been already composed
in 1963 for Art Garfunkel by Paul Simon and Art gives a beautiful redention of this anti-war song!

 

A very interesting and worthwhile, though not superb, collection of 27 live performances and outtakes, spanning 1966 through 1969.
Two three studio outtakes from 1966 to 1967
There’s also a version of “Overs” with considerably different lyrics than the one that turned up on Bookends.
Then there are a few songs from a 1966 “studio rehearsal,” though the cover doesn’t say whether this is a recording, TV, or radio studio, and some of them sound like Paul Simon solo tracks, with no evidence of Garfunkel. Anyway, these too are noteworthy for including two songs that never appeared on their albums: the nice, folky ballad “I Wish You Could Be Here” and “Bad Blues Feeling,” the latter of which shows the influence of Simon’s 1965 stint in Britain with its Bert Jansch-type licks. Six songs from a 1966 BBC appearance again yield rarities with a cover of Tom Paxton’s “I Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound”; the anti-war “On the Side of a Hill,” which never made it onto any S&G albums; and
“A Church Is Burning,” which only came out on Paul Simon’s 1965 solo LP, The Paul Simon Song Book. The nine songs from a November 1969 concert don’t have any otherwise unavailable numbers, but do boast the best sound quality of anything on the CD. This bootleg isn’t solely notable for the rare compositions, though. The sound is very good at best and very listenable at worst. The performances are fine, and there are renditions of famous hits like “Homeward Bound,” “Sounds of Silence,” and “I Am a Rock” dotted throughout the program. ~

A new disc for the end of 1999, Village Vanguard gathers a lot of important material, some fairly common to the ROIO collector, some new to the more
“public” ROIO market.

The various studio outtakes and rehearsals have appeared before on other releases in the same sound quality.
The most striking of these is “Overs,” which has a unique organ line and very early lyrics – vastly diferent from the final version of the song.

It’s nice to get “Bad News Feeling” and “I Wish You Could Be Here” with Paul Simon performing – the latter is more commonly available in a version by The Cyrkle.
The highlight of this disc is the 9 November 1969 material. This concert, performed a few days prior to the Miami University show and immediately after the wrap of principal recording for Bridge Over Troubled Water, has a high energy level. This show was likely the first live performance of “Song For The Asking,” as Artie notes that Paul “just finished” the song. Unlike the Miami University show, there is no backing band here, likely due to the fact that studio recording tookplace in Los Angeles the day before this show. The recording quality of this section is the best on the disc, though not as clean as that of the aforementioned Miami U. show.

The other material on this disc – the “Sing Out” TV show and the BBC programme – are well-done, though the recording quality is typical of any off-air recording of the time: fairly low-fidelity, but quite listenable.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – Oshawa, Canada (04/22/79)

Blind Date Revisted - The Rolling Stones

THE ROLLING STONES / NEW BARBARIANS
BLIND DATE REVISITED
(The Swingin’ Pig Records 202)
04/22/79
Oshawa, Ontario, Candada

Download: FLAC/MP3

LINEAGE:
Original TSP CDs -> WAV (EAC v. 0.95 beta 4 – secure, Offset “actual”) -> FLAC (flacfrontend, level 6) -> You

QUALITY:
Excellent Stereo Soundboard

TRACKLIST:

DISC 1:

01. INTRODUCTION BY CLIFF LORRIMER AND JOHN BELUSHI
02. SWEET LITTLE ROCK ‘N ROLLER (written by Chuck Berry)
03. F.U.C. HER
04. BREATHE ON ME
05. INFEKSHUN’
06. I CAN FEEL THE FIRE
07. AM I GROOVING YOU (written by Berns/Barry)
08. SEVEN DAYS (written by Bob Dylan)
09. BEFORE THEY MAKE ME RUN

DISC 2:

01. PRODIGAL SON (written by Wilkins)
02. LET IT ROCK (written by Chuck Berry)
03. RESPECTABLE
04. STAR STAR
05. BEAST OF BURDEN
06. JUST MY IMAGINATION (written by the Temptations)
07. WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN
08. SHATTERED
09. MISS YOU
10. JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH

PERFORMANCE:
According to Bill Wyman, the 2nd show at Oshawa 1979 (which this torrent features) was a lot better than the 1st one.
Which makes me very grateful that there’s no good sounding recordings of the 1st show (only a piss poor recording exists of the 1st show)
Because….this 2nd show at Oshawa is a complete riot – it’s impossible to be “serious” when listening to the performance Rolling Stones and New Barbarians gave that afternoon.
The whole show is filled with mistakes from the band – Ronnie and Keith is obviously drunk as skunks – and unlike now……Jagger is drunk as well! (no need to even mention John Belushi – who introduces the show…..he’s in another dimension)

Just listen to “Respectable” – if you like to hear “the greatest R&R band in the world” being “the most out-of-it R&R band in the world”

It’s interesting to know that during “Jumpin Jack Flash” – the bass player of New Barbarians (Stanley Clarke) joined Rolling Stones.
And – due to recent published photos; he also starred on “Miss You” !
That’s quite unique. Not many people have been allowed on-stage with the Rolling Stones during the years, apart from vocals.
I would not blame Bill Wyman if he didn’t bother to be the only bass player on stage that night. I wouldn’t even blame him for leaving the entire show, and have a quiet cup of tea instead.

COMMENTS:
I’m uploading this bootleg, as it is the BEST source for this show. And…there’s a *new* release from “Godfather records” which feature the Rolling Stones part of this show. I haven’t heard that “Godfather” bootleg – but as always….Godfather copy other bootlegs, and then tweaken the sound, with EQ
So save your money – and get the best source of this must-have show here.

COMMENTS #2:
Please check out this thread to see some photos from Oshawa 1979:
http://www.iorr.org/talk/read.php?1,1121808,page=1

ARTWORK:
Complete artwork included, taken from “rs-covers.com”

Enjoy…..Erik Snow, July 2010

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: R.E.M. – Down South

R.E.M. Goin South

R.E.M.
Down South
Source Soundboard [Via Vinyl Rip “Down South”]
Recorded Live 1981-1982

Download: FLAC/MP3

Track List:-

01 – White Tornado
02 – Shaking Through
03 – [Donít Go Back To] Rockville
04 – Gardening At Night
05 – Sitting Still
06 – Burning Down
07 – Chained To The Wall
08 – Ages Of You
09 – Get On Their Way [AKA What If We Give It Away?]
10 – There She Goes Again
11 – Laughing
12 – Just A Touch
13 – Radio Free Europe

Lineage:-

Vinyl > Systemdek IIX Turntable > Systemdek Arm > Linn K9 Cartridge > Audiolab 8000A Amp Line Out >
Audacity [Track Splitting] > WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 Click & Crackle Removal >
Fairstars Audio Converter Wav To FLAC Conversion [Level 8]