Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Lou Reed – Dusseldorf, Germany (04/24/00)

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Lou Reed
The Ecstasy World Tour
Philipshalle (Rockpalast Special Show)
Dusseldorf, Germany
April 24, 2000
SOURCE FM

Download: FLAC/MP3

Fixed and remastered by 4EF

Tracklist:

Disc 1 (65:19)

1. Paranoia Key Of E (4:55)
2. Turn To Me (5:38)
3. Modern Dance (5:17)
4. Ecstasy (4:30)
5. Small Town (4:52)
6. Future Farmers Of America (3:30)
7. Turning Time Around (5:30)
8. Romeo Had Juliette (6:33)
9. Riptide (7:26)
10. Rock Minuet (10:47)
11. Mystic Child (6:13)

Disc 2 (71:01)

1. Mad (7:34)
2. The Last Shot (4:17)
3. Tatters (11:31)
4. Set The Twilight Reeling (9:03)
5. Dime Store Mystery (6:58)
6. The Blue Mask (7:03)
7. Egg Cream (4:58)
8. Who Am I (5:57)
9. Sweet Jane (6:26)
10. Vicious (7:08)

LineUp :
LOU REED: vocals, electric and acoustic guitar
MIKE RATHKE: electric and acoustic guitar
FERNANDO SAUNDERS: electric and acoustic bass
TONY “THUNDER” SMITH: drums

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Dusseldorf, Germany (04/13/17)

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Bob Dylan
Mitsubishi Electric HALLE
Dusseldorf, Germany
April 13, 2017

Download: FLAC/MP3

Bob Dylan – voc, piano
Tony Garnier – bass
George Recile – drums
Stu Kimball – rhythm guitar, maracas
Charlie Sexton – lead guitar
Donnie Herron – violin, banjo, pedal steel, lap steel

lineage: Schoeps ccm4(smp) > Tascam DR-100 @24/48 > PC (Sound Forge; TLH(sbeok; flac(8)))
taped & edited & transferred by hhtfp
seeded by helm

CD 1: [56:50]
01. intro (Stu Kimball) [1:24]
02. Things Have Changed [4:47]
03. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right [5:19]
04. Highway 61 Revisited [4:16]
05. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ [4:12]
06. Why Try To Change Me Now [3:49]
07. Pay In Blood [4:51]
08. Melancholy Mood [3:19]
09. Duquesne Whistle [6:40]
10. Love Sick [5:42]
11. Tangled Up In Blue [5:55]
12. Early Roman Kings [6:36]

CD 2: [54:25]
13. Spirit On The Water [6:51]
14. Scarlet Town [5:44]
15. All Or Nothing At All [3:09]
16. Desolation Row [7:55]
17. Soon After Midnight [4:20]
18. That Old Black Magic [3:06]
19. Long And Wasted Years [4:03]
20. Autumn Leaves [6:16]
encore:
21. Blowin’ In The Wind [5:42]
22. Ballad Of A Thin Man [7:19]
tt: 1:51:15 h

note: The transition between disc 1 and disc 2 is seamless

Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Dusseldorf, Germany (12/19/98)

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Van Morrison
12/19/98
Rockpalast
Dusseldorf, Germany

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CD1:
01.Chicken (4:48)
02.Jackie Wilson Said (I’m In Heaven When You Smile) (3:55)
03.These Dreams (Of You) (3:38)
04.Raincheck (4:50)
05.Moondance >
My Funny Valentine (7:53)
06.Rough God Goes Riding (5:10)
07.Give Me A Kiss (3:22)
08.That’s Life (4:31)
09.Naked In The Jungle (5:48)
10.In The Afternoon (10:19)
Total time: (54:14)

CD2:
01.Satisfied (4:27)
02.Georgia On My Mind (5:49)
03.Call Me Up In Dreamland (4:08)
04.Summertime In England (7:44)
05.Medley: See Me Through>
The Burning Ground >
Soldier Of Fortune >
The Burning Ground (18:28)
06.Have I Told You Lately That I Love You (6:57)
Total time: (47:33)

Source: The Rockpalast Christmas Special, broadcast from Dusseldorf, Germany
on December 19, 1998

Review by Niall Connors: Van’s show at the Rockpalast Christmas Show in Dusseldorf on 19-Dec-98 will likely go down as one of Van’s most famous concerts: it was broadcast live; it is an excellent show; the band was buttressed by Candy Dulfer and Fred Wesley.

The Internet quickly spread the gospel of this show’s contents, and that same Internet helped to spread quite quickly excellent videotape and audiotapes (as well as CDRs) of the performance. So, was there a need for me to splurge for The Polar Bear boot of the show, which Polar Bear claims to be a “soundboard” recording? No. Did I? Absolutely. As even my wife contents, my Van hobby may be expensive, but is quite benign in the face of other “hobbies” that are out there.

While I am not an audiophile, to my ear this is a soundboard recording, and it is a notch above the excellent FM recordings that are available through the Van-List and Van-Trades folks. Katie Kissoon’s background vocals are extremely clear and the instrument’s contribution is felt both individually and collectively. A
superb recording of a great show. A+