Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Dublin, Ireland (05/05/66) + Liverpool, England (05/14/66)

Bob Dylan - Genuine Live 1966

Bob Dylan
While the Establishment Burns
Dublin, Ireland
05/05/66

A Nightly Ritual
Liverpool, England
05/14/66

Links removed, officially released.

WHILE THE ESTABLISHMENT BURNS
ADELPHI THEATRE, DUBLIN, IRELAND MAY 5TH 1966
01 VISIONS OF JOHANNA
02 FOURTH TIME AROUND
03 IT’S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE
04 DESOLATION ROW
05 JUST LIKE A WOMAN
06 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN
07 I DON’T BELIEVE YOU (SHE ACTS LIKE WE NEVER HAVE MET)
KB HALLEN HALL, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK MAY 1ST 1966
08 BALLAD OF A THIN MAN
ABC THEATER, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND – 20 MAY 1966
09 ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS
10 LIKE A ROLLING STONE

A NIGHTLY RITUAL
ODEON THEATRE, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND MAY 14TH 1966
DISC ONE
01 TELL ME, MOMMA
02 I DON’T BELIEVE YOU (SHE ACTS LIKE WE NEVER HAVE MET)
03 BABY LET ME FOLLOW YOU DOWN
04 JUST LIKE TOM THUMB’S BLUES
05 CROWD
06 LEOPARD-SKIN PILL-BOX HAT
07 ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS
08 BALLAD OF A THIN MAN
09 LIKE A ROLLING STONE
10 GOD SAVE THE QUEEN
HOTEL ROOM, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND MAY 19TH 1966
11 WHAT KIND OF FRIEND IS THIS
12 I CAN’T LEAVE HER BEHIND I AND II > DOES SHE NEED ME

DISC TWO
GAUMONT THEATRE, SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND MAY 16TH 1966
01 SHE BELONGS TO ME
02 FOURTH TIME AROUND
03 VISIONS OF JOHANNA
04 IT’S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE
05 DESOLATION ROW
06 JUST LIKE A WOMAN
07 MR. TAMBOURINE MAN
08 LEOPARD-SKIN PILL-BOX HAT
09 ONE TOO MANY MORNINGS
ODEON THEATRE, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND MAY 12TH 1966
10 BALLAD OF A THIN MAN

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Newcastle, England (05/24/70)

grateful dead - 1970-05-24-Newcastle-Under

Grateful Dead
5/24/70
Hollywood Festival,
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, England

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 06481
gd70-05-24.sbd.hanno.6481.sbeok.flac16

SBD MR>C>D>CD + AUD MR>C>D>CD patches

mastered by H.B., 12/01

thanks to Uli for the AUD source (which is also available complete)

The AUD supplies the beginning of the show and the middle part of St. Stephen.

Both are missing on the SBD

–Setlist–

101-d1t01 – intro
102-d1t02 – Casey Jones
103-d1t03 – China Cat Sunflower ->
104-d1t04 – I Know You Rider
105-d1t05 – Hard to Handle
106-d1t06 – Me & My Uncle
107-d1t07 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
108-d1t08 – Drums ->
109-d1t09 – The Other One ->
110-d1t10 – Cryptical Envelopment ->
111-d1t11 – Attics of My Life
112-d1t12 – Good Lovin’
113-d1t13 – Cold Rain & Snow
114-d2t01 – Dark Star ->
115-d2t02 – St. Stephen ->
116-d2t03 – Not Fade Away ->
117-d2t04 – Turn on Your Lovelight

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – London, England (05/26/72)

joni mitchell - songs for saturday

Joni Mitchell
05/26/72
London, England
“Saturday Songs BBC”

Download: FLAC/MP3

setlist:
This Flight Tonight
Electricity
Big Yellow Taxi
See You Sometime
That Song About the Midway
the Gallery
the Priest
California
Carey
You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio
For the Roses

Sound: very clear, although has some static (on vinyl)

lineage: vine cd copy>eac>flac>upload

Joni Mitchell: guitar, piano, (mandolin on Carey?) vocal

From the original uploader:
the information above the lineage is what i got w/ the vine disk (or maybe i dug it up somewhere online, i really don’t remember). there are some fade ins and outs. this has a different setlist from the entry listed at db.etree.org called “BBC 2 – Sounds for Saturday, London, England” under the same date 26 May 1972. anyway, this is a great recording of a super performance by Joni Mitchell. had to share it! enjoy!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Newcastle, England (03/19/79)

Van Morrison - 1979 03_19 Newcastle front

Van Morrison
03/19/79
Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle, England

Download: FLAC/MP3

I have no source info for this. It is definitely an audience recording and a pretty good one all things considered – Mat

Moondance
Brown Eyed Girl
Checkin’ It Out
Don’t Look Back
Warm Love
Wild Nights
Crazy Love
Wavelength
I Like It Like That
Kingdom Hall
Moonshine Whiskey
Tupelo Honey
I’ve Been Working
St. Domonick’s Preview
Gloria

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: 1984 (Featuring Brian May) – Teddington, England (03/31/67)

front sleeve copy

1984 (featuring Brian May)
31 march 1967
Thames Television, Broom Lane Studio
Teddington UK

Download: FLAC/MP3

01. Hold on I’m coming (Isaac Hayes/ David Porter)
02. Knock on wood (Eddie Floyd/ Steve Cropper)
03. NSU (Jack Bruce)
04. How can it be (Ron Wood)
05. Step on me (take1) (Tim Staffel/ Brian May)
06. Step on me (take2) (Tim Staffel/ Brian May)
07. Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
08. Our love is driftin’ (Elvis Bishop/ Paul Butterfield)
09. Remember (Jimi Hendrix)
10. Sweet wine (Ginger Baker/ Janet Godfrey)

Line up: Dave Dilloway – bass guitar
John Garnham – rhythm guitar/vocals
Brian May – lead guitar
Tim Staffel – vocals/harmonica
Richard Thompson – drums
John Sanger – piano

Taken from QUeenpedia.com:

Also from 1967, and of far more interest, is 1984’s professionally recorded Thames Television demo tape.
During his first-year of study at Twickenham Technical College, Dave Dilloway had made friends with a number of technicians, or trainee technicians, at the Teddington-based ITV Company, which served the London area.
The station had recently invested in new recording equipment, and rather than hire professional musicians at the usual union rate, in a set up similar to the first Queen sessions at the De Lane Lea studios, 1984 were let loose in the studio to record at their leisure.
Dave Dilloway’s carefully preserved tape still plays perfectly, and includes the following songs: “Hold On I’m Coming”, “Knock On Wood”, “NSU”, “How Can It Be”, two early run-throughs of the original May/Staffell composition “Step On Me” (which eventually became the B-side to Smile’s “Earth”), “Purple Haze”, “Our Love Is Drifting'”, and medleys of “Remember”/”Sweet Wine” and “Get Out My Life Woman”/”Satisfaction”.
The session ended with a run-through of “My Girl”.

“What an extraordinary amalgam!” declares Tim Staffell today.
“There’s Tamla, Cream, Hendrix, Lee DorseyÖ ‘Our Love Is Driftin’ ‘, we’d have heard by Paul Butterfield.
I’d forgotten there was such a large soul component in 1984!”

Dave Dilloway has the technical details: “This tape is the most recent, best and most representative of 1984 that I’m aware of.
It is mono, but since it was made on good quality TV studio equipment and was carried out along the lines of a proper studio recording, with separately mixed microphones for each source, it is remarkably good quality for its age.
The material, except for ‘Step On Me’, is all cover versions, but as it dates from the late 1984 era, Brian’s playing is more prominent and effective, with his own style starting to show through.
All the performances are competent – particularly Tim’s vocals and Brian’s guitar; although the mix is a little heavy on John’s rhythm guitar for some reason, probably the ‘ear’ of the recording engineer at the time.
All tracks were laid down in one take, i.e., no overdubbing at all, so the sound is predominantly simple, as per our live versions.”

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mark Knofpler – London, England (06/01/13)

mark knopfler - royal albert hall - 2013

Mark Knopfler
Royal Albert Hall
London, England
June 1st 2013

Download: FLAC/MP3

Recorded with a Zomm H2 Digital Recorded
Splitted, normalized and volume increase with Soundforge
Flad made with Trader Little Helper, level 8
Audience recording made from the stalls M

Special guest stars
Ruth Moody (Vocals, guitar on “I dug up a diamons”)
Nigel Hitchcock (saxophone)

CD1
01 – What it is
02 – Corned Beef City
03 – Privateering
04 – Father and son
05 – Hillfarmers blues
06 – Intro to Ruth Moody
07 – I dug up a diamond (With Ruth Moody)
08 – Seattle (with Ruth Moody)
09 – Intro to Nigel Hitchcock
10 – I Used to Could (With Nigel Hitchcock)
11 – Romeo and Juliet (With Nigel Hitchcock)
12 – Sultans of Swing

CD2

01 – Haul Away
02 – Postcards from Paraguay
03 – Marbletown
04 – Speedway
05 – Telegraph Road
06 – So Far Away
07 – Shangri la (With Nigel Hitchcock)
08 – Going Home (With Nigel Hitchcock)

Last night of the six sold out nights at the Royal Albert Hall

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Birmingham, England (06/07/89)

bob dylan - no photographs please - birmingham 1989

Bob Dylan
June 7 1989
National Exhibition Centre
Birmingham, England
“No Photographs Please”
Label:Wanted Man / WMM 051

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-6803

silver cd>EAC (secure mode)>TLH> flac (Level-8)>md-5>torrent

artwork incluided

ffp does match LB-6803

1. Subterranean Homesick Blues
2. Lonesome Town
3. Highway 61 Revisited
4. You’re A Big Girl Now
5. John Brown
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Barbara Allen
8. Girl Of The North Country
9. Mr Tambourine Man
10. Silvio
11. I Shall Be Released
12. Like A Rolling Stone
13. Blowin’ In The Wind
14. One Too Many Mornings
15. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
16. Congratulations
17. Maggie’s Farm

More info:http://www.bobsboots.com/CDs/cd-n26.html

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jonie Mitchell + James Taylor – London, England (10/29/70)

joni mithcell - james taylor

Joni Mitchell & James Taylor
BBC In Concert
Paris Theatre [not Royal Albert Hall, as the original text stated]
London, England
10-29-1970

Download: FLAC/MP3

Original source: Wardour 005 – Bootleg CD shared by Randall at Dime on April 11, 2009

CD > WAV > FLAC > Your PC >

Goody’s additional lineage:
foobar2000 (WAV) > Audition (DC Bias Adjust; Tracks 13-16: Pitch Bender -36 cents) > TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; .ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)

01 Introduction By John Peel
02 That Song About The Midway
03 The Gallery
04 Rainy Day Man
05 Steamroller Blues
06 The Priest
07 Carey
08 Carolina In My Mind
09 California
10 For Free
11 The Circle Game
12 You Can Close Your Eyes
13 The Good Samaritan
14 River
15 My Old Man
16 A Case Of You
17 Dialog (Origin Of The Dulcimer)
18 Carey

Tracks 1-12 : BBC transcription disc
Tracks 13-18 : Aircheck tape

Goody adds:
Note that ~1’51” of Joni’s intro to “Carey” in Track 07 was carefully edited out for the broadcast, for some reason.
The complete intro is included in what’s called the Aircheck tape’s Track 17. The missing bit begins at ~01’39” and ends at ~3’30”.
Track 18 of the Aircheck tape is the same performance of “Carey” found in Track 07, but not the same track.

Many thanks to all involved in creating, archiving and releasing the source of this incredible archive!

Text updated for this edition 3/14/14

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Sheffield, England (03/10/79)

Van Morrison Sheffield 03.197

VAN MORRISON
City Hall
Sheffield, England
March 10, 1979
Transfer From 2nd Generation Tape

Download: FLAC/MP3

Good to Very Good Audience Recording

Transferred From 2nd Generation Tape by JTT, October 2006

Source: Taper ‘MS’ (Master Cassette)>Cassette>Cassette TDK AD90
(Dolby B)>
Sony D6 Dolby B (Playback)>Soundforge 8 (Track Marks, Level
Corrections, Edits, Fades)>FLAC

Disc One
1. Moondance
2. Brown Eyed Girl
3. Checkin’ It Out
4. Don’t Look Back
5. Warm Love
6. Wild Night
7. Wavelength
8. It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
9. Kingdom Hall

Disc Two
1. Tupelo Honey
2. Moonshine Whiskey
3. I’ve Been Working
4. Saint Dominic’s Preview
5. Gloria
6. Hungry For Your Love
7. Caravan

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mark Knopfler – London, England (05/23/96) “Swinging Golden Hearts”

mark knopfler - london - 1996 - swinging golden hearts

Mark Knopfler
SWINGING GOLDEN HEARTS
Royal Albert Hall, London, UK, 23rd May 1996
Source Soundboard

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracks CD1
Darling pretty
Walk of life
Imelda
The bug
Je suis dÈsolÈ
Calling Elvis
Last exit to Brooklyn
Romeo and Juliet
Sultans of swing
Done with Bonaparte

Tracks CD2
Telegraph road
Brothers in arms
Money for nothing

(bonus tracks removed as official on “A Night in London DVD”.
BBC building, London, UK, 15th April 1996

BONUS TRACKS:
Father and son [B]
Golden heart [B]
R¸diger [B]
Cannibals [B]
A night in summer long ago [B]
Going home [B]
Are we in trouble now [B]
Gravy train [B]

Additional comments from oneverybootleg:
One of the best radio broadcasts of the Golden heart tour.
Taken from the original silver pressed bootleg “Swinging golden hearts”.
Perfect sound quality! Great atmosphere with an amazing sounding
version of Telegraph road. Incomplete concert. As a bonus some songs
from the BBC performance are added on the second disc.