Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan & the Band – Boston, MA (01/14/74) After Show

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Bob Dylan & the Band
Love songs for America
Swingin’ pig records 1990
Boston, MA
14.1.1974
After Show

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD1
Rainy Day Woman 12 & 35
Lay Lady Lay
Just like Tom Thumb’s blues
It Ain’t Me Babe
I Don’t Believe You
Ballad of a Thin Man
Stage fright
The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down
King Harvest
This Wheels’ on Fire

Cd2
I Shall Be Released
Up On Cripple Creek
All Along the Watchtower
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
The Times They Are A-changin’
Don’t Think Twice, it’s all Right
Gates of Eden
Just Like a Woman
It’s All Right Ma, I’m Only Bleeding

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Lucinda Williams – Boston, MA (11/16/99)

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Lucinda Williams
(Double bill with Richard Thompson opening)
Boston Orpheum, Boston, MA
Nov. 16, 1999

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 entrance
02 Pineola
03 intro
04 Metal Firecracker
05 intro
06 Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
07 intro
08 Right In Time
09 intro
10 Drunken Angel
11 Greenville
12 intro
13 I Lost It

14 intro
15 2 Kool 2 Be 4-Gotten
16 intro
17 Can’t Let Go
18 band intros
19 Changed The Locks
20 Joy
21 intro
22 Lake Charles
23 intro
24 Come To Me Baby

DAT master > CDR (HHB CD800) > Audio Cleaning Lab (for level adjustments and track placements) > CDR (NEC CD-RW NR-9100A) > EAC > Flac > You!

From the original uploader:
The mix on this puppy is excellent! It is not a monitor mix but the actual house mix so all instruments are present and in full stereo. The clarity of the recording is remarkable: you can hear the band’s footsteps as they first walk on stage as well as onstage patter between the musicians.

All of Lucinda’s song intros have been given their own track ID’s so that they may be skipped over during playback or completely edited out when burning to CD.
Another Guy Smiley Production with unbridled help from SteelysBro.

From me:

This sickness has knocked me flatter than expected. Me and my daughter have been trading off stomach bugs and flu viruses for two weeks now. I think we’re finally over that but yesterday I came back with a killer cold. Recovery is in my sites, but darn if it isn’t still a few days away. On top of that there are parental visits both here and a far so, plus we just found out the house we’re renting sold so we have to move soon. All of that’s more than you guys need to know but it is to say we’re still weeks away from me posting in any sort of regular fashion.

And of course I’m still figuring out what site to use. I like the way Rapidgator runs for the most part except it seems to be having trouble with multiple uploads at once. It says it can handle them and allows me to try but inevitably one or more get hung up in the process and I have to go back and try again.  Which is a hassle.  I looked at Zippyshare but they have a 200 mb limit which isn’t disastrous, but it is annoying having to break the files up every time.  I’ll give it a whirl sometime though and if everything else works right I may just have to suck it up.

Someone mentioned Hotfile and if my  memory serves they are alright but it seems like they are a hassle in terms of downloading as a freeloader.  Don’t they make you wait awhile between downloads and do silly things like type in those goofy letters to prove your human and the like?  That crap drives me crazy as a downloader.  Anyways keep bearing with me.  Hopefully we’ll get back into the swing of things sometime relatively soon.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Grateful Dead – Boston, MA (05/07/77)

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The Grateful Dead
May 7, 1977
Boston Garden
Boston, MA

Links removed as this has been officially released.

–Set 1– –disc 1 time–73:37–
101-d1t01 – Equipment Repairs
102-d1t02 – Bertha
103-d1t03 – More repairs
104-d1t04 – Cassidy
105-d1t05 – Tune Up
106-d1r06 – Deal
107-d1t07 – Tune Up
108-d1t08 – Jack Straw
109-d1t09 – Peggy-O
110-d1t10 – New Minglewood Blues
111-d1t11 – Repairs – Billy K’s Birthday!
112-d1t12 – Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo ->
113-d1t13 – Big River
114-d2t01 – Tune Up –disc 2–60:39–
115-d2t02 – Tennessee Jed
116-d1t03 – Tune Up (Aud patch)
117-d2t04 – The Music Never Stopped

–Set 2–
201-d2t05 – Tune Up (Aud patch)
202-d2t06 – Terrapin Station ->
203-d2t07 – Sampson & Delilah
204-d2t08 – Tune Up ->
205-d2t09 – Friend of the Devil
206-d2t10 – Estimated Prophet
207-d3t01 – Tune Up (Aud patch) –disc 3–61:28–
208-d3t02 – Eyes of the World ->
209-d3t03 – Drums ->
210-d3t04 – The Wheel ->
211-d3t05 – Wharf Rat ->
212-d3t06 – Around & Around (Aud patch)

–Encore–
213-d3t07 – Crowd (Aud patch) – Jerry’s Guitar is Broke!
214-d3t08 – U.S. Blues (Alt soundboard source)

Summary of editing:
Rob’s decode was masterful and made my job easy. Nothing was done to the sound of the DBX decoded material. Just cleaned up a few issues and made AUD patches.
-Cut after Peggy-O cleaned up – Aud source cut there also so no patch available…
-Over the top guitar chord at start of Half-Step toned down a bit to save ears…
-Two small gliches in Half-Step repaired.
-Cut in Tuning after Tennessee Jed patched with AUD source.
-Two small pops in Music corrected.
-Tuning at start of Set Two patched from AUD source.
-Small glich in Estimated repaired
-Cut in Tuning after Estimated patched with AUD source.
-Pop in Wharf Rat corrected.
-Cut in Around and Around patched with AUD source.
-Cut in Crowd before encore patched from AUD source.
-About 10 bad pops removed from US Blues and it was Equalized
and gain adjusted to better match up with the rest.
-All AUD patches were sonically adjusted to better match up and cross-faded
in to prevent a jarring change.

Flac encoding notes:
All processing with Trader’s Little Helper
Shn – st5 generated
Shn > Flac ( level 8 )
Flac – st5 generated and matched to Shn st5

Soundboard Recording
Digital encoding and DBX decoding by Rob Eaton
CD editing and mastering by The Wizard – Owenbrothersvault@hotmail.com

Here is how Rob did his part:
Master 1/2 trk 7″ reels @7.5ips (DBX encoded)->
PCM beta digital->Sony 2500 dat->
DB Technologies DB3000S for digital emphisis decode->
DB Technologies 924 for D->A conversion->
Dolby 361 modules W/K9-22 DBX cards for DBX decode->
Neve Capricorn Digital mixing colsole (24 bit/ 32bit floating point
processing (for level adjustment)->
Panasonic SV4100 Pro Dat recorder (master Decode Dat)->
Master Clone (panasonic Sv3700->Sv3800 via AES interlink)

Here is what the Wiz did:
Rob’s DAT clone>Tascam DA-20 mkII>Digital Audio Labs Card Deluxe>WAVE>
Diamond Cut Audio DC-6 (for editing)>WAVE>CD and SHN.

Here is what was used for the AUD patches:
AudMC > DAT > Soundforge > CDWAV > SHN
Taper: Steve Rolfe Sony ECM 33P mic > TC-152 deck
A > D transfer by Noah Weiner – November, 2001
AudMC played back on a Nakamichi MR-1 > Fostex D5 (A>D only)
Soundforge was used for normalizing and editing.

Note: US Blues encore from an unknown SBD source. DBX reel source was unusable.

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 26085

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bruce Hornsby – Boston, MA (10/02/11)

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Bruce Hornsby
10/2/2011
Wilbur Theater
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

recorded from front row of mezzanine
sony stereo mic > sony d8 > cool edit pro for tracks > flac 8 > traders little helper

total time: 133mins

Ornette Coleman Tune > King of the Hill > Mystery Train > King of the Hill
Resting Place
Funhouse
Fortunate Son > Comfortably Numb > Fortunate Son
Shadow Hand*^
Jack of Diamonds*^ > Valley Road*^
Prairie Dog Town*
Pete and Manny# >
Barcelona Mona
Walking ‘Round Blind > Mandolin Rain > That Would Be Something
Red Plains
Sunflower Cat > It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry > Sunflower Cat
Big Rumble
Standing on the Moon >
Halcyon Days
Rainbow’s Cadillac# (starts on piano, transitions to accordion)

*bruce on dulcimer
^sonny on washboard
#bruce on accordian

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: McCoy Tyner – Boston, MA (03/30/78)

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McCoy Tyner
Paul’s Mall
Boston, Mass.
March 30, 1978

Download: FLAC/MP3

1st set: 68:48
The Greeting 27:52
Hand in Hand 11:34
Pictures 28:55 (spliced, tape flip)
Band Introductions :25

2nd set: 84:30
Festival in Bahia 47:57
(spliced near the end, tape flip)
Piano Solo 9:10
Moment’s Notice (John Coltrane) 13:22
Hand in Hand (encore) 13:33
Band Introductions :26

source: master audience tapelineage: Sony TC-48 mono cassette deck (with external mike?, auto-leveling, no dolby) >TDK-AD 90 min. cassettes > soundforge 4.5 > FLAC 6 > torrent>MP3@320

From the original uploader:

The 1st year I was recording shows, one of my favorite performers to see inconcert was McCoy Tyner. Having seen him at Paul’s Mall the 1st time in springof 77, I liked it enough to see him in Vermont that summer. Another fine show,and this would make 3. I think this is the best recording of those 3, althoughthey’re all quite enjoyable and fairly comparable in quality. I think I mayhave used an external mike for this show, the presence is good and consistentthroughout this delightful 2 1/2 hr. plus show.

Tyner has always brought along good drummers for his tours, this one went on to tour with John McLaughlin in the One Truth Band after this tour. McCoy is one of those guys who likes to play,and play, and play. He is one of the best at it and sustains an incredible energyover a long time. None of his music of this era is easy to play, but it’s veryeasy to listen to.

The 1970’s were a time of tremendous abundance for really nice McCoy Tyner music and he was one of my alltime favorite concert performers in the mid and late 70’s. He’s still very good, always been, although I haven’t seen him in years. Regrettably, John Coltrane was not around very long to share his great talents, but McCoy has been around seemingly forever and proven himself to be one of the very best jazz musicians of his time, and one of the most enduring, so let’s hope there’s still lots more left to Tyner’s time of playing his fine music.

Some of McCoy’s best releases (to my ears) I can recommend are Sama Layuca, Focal Point, and Fly with the Wind. I’m sure there are many more too. (Then there’s John Coltrane, but I missed the boat on him completely in concert. My Favorite Things and A Love Supreme are supreme, and both have McCoy’s great piano).

There was a nice live McCoy album recorded in San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall on March 17 and 18, including some of these songs. It is called The Greeting. Inner Voices is also quite good. one song from it is played here (track 5).Whenever he played in Boston in the late 70’s era it was for 3 or 4 nights at theJazz Workshop or next door Paul’s Mall and at least one run in 1979 at Lulu White’s Jazz and Supper club. his music was always vibrant and full of energy, and he always had a fine accompanying band in tow. this show is in a much smaller venue than the live album was recorded in. Paul’s Mall could only hold about 350 people if packed like a sardine can, and it usually was when McCoy was playing there.

McCoy Tyner: piano
Joe Ford: alto, soprano and flute
George Adams: tenor & soprano sax
Charles Fambrough: bass
Guilhermo Franco: percussion
“Sunship” (Woody Theus): drums

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band – Boston, MA (03/21/77)

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Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
Boston Music Hall
Boston, Massachusetts
March 21st, 1977
FM Broadcast

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Intro
2. Rock And Roll Never Forgets
3. Travelin’ Man
4. Beautiful Loser
5. Turn The Page
6. Sunspot Baby
7. Ship Of Fools
8. Main Street
9. Come To Poppa
10. Mary Lou
11. Sunburst
12. Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man
13. Heavy Music
14. Katmandu
15. Night Moves
16. Let It Rock Medley

Runtime – 1 Hour 22 Minutes

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy – Boston, MA (07/12/98)

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
07/12/98
The Roxy
Boston, MA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Intro/The Boogie Bumper
Jumpin’ Jack
I Wanna Be Just Like You
Minnie The Moocher
Mr. Pinstripe Suit
Jump With My Baby
Cruell Spell
King Of Swing
You & Me & The Bottle Makes 3 Tonight
Swingin’ All Day
Mambo Swing
Drum Solo/So Long, Farewell, Goodbye!
Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby?
Go Daddy-O