The Band – New York, NY (08/08/95)

The Band
August 8th 1995
“Summerstage” Central Park NYC

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AUD:DAT>CD>EAC>FLAC
DAT to CD via Tascam DA302>Tascam CDRW700

  1. The Shape Im In
  2. Sweet Home Chicago
  3. Remedy
  4. Blind Willie McTell
  5. WS Walcott’s Medicine Show
  6. It Makes No Difference
  7. Rag Mama Rag
  8. One More Shot
  9. Caledonia Mission
  10. Crazy Mama
  11. Stage Fright
  12. The Weight
  13. Stuff You Gotta Watch
  14. Up On Cripple Creek

encore:

  1. Life Is A Carnival
  2. I Don’t Want To Hang Up My Rock & Roll Shoes

Neil Young – New York, NY (09/29/12)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Sept. 29, 2012
Global Citizen Festival
Central Park
New York City, N.Y.

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Source: Palladia HD Broadcast > Harman Kardon CD Burner (Optical) > dbpoweramp (16/44 WAV)
Transfer: PC > Audacity (Edits, Fades, Amplify, Tracking) > T.L.H. (FLAC 8, FFP) > Torrent

(Setlist) (70:45)

  1. Love And Only Love
  2. Powderfinger
  3. Born In Ontario
  4. Walk Like A Giant
  5. The Needle And The Damage Done
  6. Twisted Road
  7. F*!#in’ Up
  8. Rockin’ In The Free World (w/ Dan Auerbach & Dave Grohl – Guitar & B.Vocals +
    many other guests on B.Vocals)

Notes:
I put this down for my own benefit and I see a few requests so thought I’d share.
Excellent gig and epic Walk Like A Giant, though they’ve all been epic so far!
Samples below. Enjoy!

Talking Heads – New York, NY (08/27/80)


Talking Heads
(with Adrian Belew)
Heads are gonna roll in the Big Apple
Central Park
New York City, N.Y.
(part of the Dr. Pepper Concert Series)
August 27, 1980

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performance quality: A-
recording quality: B
source: 1st generation audience tape
runtime: about 65 minutes
setlist:
1: radio announcer stage introduction
2: psycho killer
3: warning sign
4: stay hungry
5: cities
6: band introductions
7: I zimbra
8: once in a lifetime
9: houses in motion
10: born under punches
11: crosseyed and painless
12: life during wartime (removed from this posting, , released on “the name of this band is TH”)
13: take me to the river
14: the great curve


comments:
I previously posted this show neglecting to delete a released track, causing it to be banned. I am sorry for that and am reposting with the one (and thankfully only) released track removed this time. A high energy outdoor Talking Heads summer show in the Big Apple. It’s a nice recording, not too much crowd noise and a little better deck and mikes were used for this, than the L.A. one that’s going up (after it gets a new transfer, I was all set to post it then found out it’s offspeed.) as a seperate companion to this, a sort of Heads in the West and East U.S.A. of this fine tour they did in late 80 and early 81 with Adrian Belew. This one is a little shorter show, even before removing the released track, (I think this is otherwise complete except a few seconds missed at the end of 1 song, I think it’s track 9- houses), they’re both nice concerts. This one has both my favorite songs of this or any Talking Heads tour, and hot versions of both, Crosseyed and Painless and Born Under Punches. (no crosseyed in LA, even though it’s a full 80 minute show). I am not certain that this is an almost complete show, but I think it is. For those of you who may think New York City is far north enough to be refreshingly cool for an August concert in Central Park- uh, usually not. I don’t know how hot it was this day, but with 10 million people and almost as many cars, planes and busses driving around, summer in NYC can get quite uncomfortable (although compared to a summer in Texas the weather and air probably seems refreshing) and a concert by the TH would likely not be their usual 80-90 minute set in those conditions. This sounds like a summer concert, a hot weather concert and a hot concert. Not just a
few good songs, they all sounded well played and it was a good setlist.

Do not sell this recording.
(not even for a pallet of punctured Dr. Peppers)
Trade freely and losslessly.

Peter Gabriel – New York, NY (07/07/80)

Peter Gabriel

July 7, 1980
The Dr Pepper Central Park Music Festival
Wollman Rink
New York, NY
USA

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The Lostbrook Tape Series – Volume 98

Some concert venues evoke memories of an entire era. When I think of summertime concerts in the 1970’s, Wollman Rink is such a place for me. I have vivid memories of waiting all day in the hot sun on lines that snaked their way along the walking paths of Central Park. Meeting like-minded people who wanted to sit close to the stage was part of the experience. I have no idea why I sat in the cheap seats this day since all the tickets were inexpensive to begin with. The orchestra must have been sold out, but it worked out for the best. The sound
was crisp and clear where I sat, Gabriel was magnificent, and the tape is one of my best. I’ll never forget the blood red sunset reflecting off the boulders outside the rink as the crowd chanted along with “Biko.” This was my last concert at Wollman Rink, and, sadly, the only one I ever recorded there. When the festival moved to Pier 84 the next year, I didn’t follow. For me, it was one more sign that an era had ended.

Recording Equipment: Internal Mic>Sanyo M2533 Tape Deck>(2)Maxell UDXLII 90>Alesis TapeLinkUSB> Audacity>WAV

Taper: Lostbrook
Mastering: CQ
Artwork: ethiessen1

01 Intruder (8:41)
02 Start>I Don’t Remember (7:02)
03 Solsbury Hill (5:23)
04 Family Snapshot>Milgram’s 37 (12:40)
05 Modern Love (4:37)
06 Not One Of Us (6:37)
07 Lead A Normal Life (4:52)
08 Moribund The Burgermeister (6:31)
09 Mother Of Violence (4:38)
10 Humdrum (5:07)
11 Bully For You>Band Intros (7:04)
12 And Through The Wire (4:54)
13 I Go Swimming (5:00)
14 Biko (9:25)
15 On The Air (6:22)
16 DIY (5:35)
17 Here Comes The Flood (3:21)

Grateful Dead – New York, NY (06/22/69)

Grateful Dead
6/22/69
Central Park
New York City, NY

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SBD>MC>C>D>CD>EAC>Cool Edit 2000>CD
EAC>shn by Seth Kaplan
Pitch corrected and filtered in Cool Edit 2000:
Raised pitch up one 1/2 step by 5 cents

Dancin’ in the Streets
Casey Jones

Notes:
Only 22 1/2 minutes of the SBD circulate

Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie – New York, NY (07/25/75)

Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie
July 25, 1975
Wollman Rink; Central Park
New York City, N. Y.

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mastered & transfered by Jerry Moore
8th row, right of center: Audience master (mics? > Sony TCD153)> cd
transfer: Wavelab > flac

Michael Row…
Ooh Lordy
Derry Down
Cayawagine
Listen Here Mama
On a Monday
My Creole Belle
Where Have all the Flowers Gone
Bushwa Blues
Kisses Sweeter than Wine
Victor Jara
Patriots’ Dreams
Guamtanamera
La Revolution
Week on Rag
City of New Orleans
My Golden River
This Is Your Land
Wellonay the World Go
Al
Cop in Town
Anytime
Photography
Tarantella
Jig
In Massachusetts
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Lonesome Valley
Wiena Wet
The Lie
Motorsickle Song
Ukelele Lady
Bring Back 1899
If I Had a Hammer
Amazing Grace
Bye Bye My Roseanna
Jacob’s Ladder

Mark Knopfler – New York, NY (07/23/08)

Mark Knopfler
07/23/08
Rumsey Playfield
Central Park
New York, NY

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Cannibals
Why Aye Man
What It Is
Sailing To Philadelphia
True Love Will Never Fade
Fish And The Bird
Hill Farmer’s Blues
Romeo And Juliet
Sultans Of Swing
Song For Sonny Liston
Band Introductions
Marbletown
Speedway At Nazareth
Telegraph Road

Encore:
Brothers In Arms
So Far Away
Going Home

Recorded by: Scott Brown
Source: DPA (B&K) 4023s (in hat) > Sound Devices 722 @ 24 bit, 96khz
722 > Apple MacBook Pro > Spark Xl 2.8.2 (tracking, normalize, resample to 44.1khz) > Sample Manager 3.1.2 (dither to 16 bit using MBIT+) > xACT 1.65 > flac
Location: about 20-30 feet from stage, dead center

notes:
-Mark went on a few minutes before 8PM, and I missed the first minute of Cannibals. I spliced in Dan Molda’s Audio Technica U853-C > Nady CBM-40T > Denecke PS-2 > Edirol R-09HR (24/96) source for the Intro track and the first minute or so of Cannibals.
-This is a 16 bit, 44.1khz recording for CD. The original 24 bit, 96khz recording exists in flac format.

compiled by scott brown on 7/27/2008