Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Aalen, Germany (11/08/97)

Van Morrison - Aalen, Germany (08/11/97)

Van Morrison w/Candy Duffer
Aalen, Germany
11/08/97
Aalen Jazz Festival
Download MP3@256

Ages ago FreeMorrison posted the lossless files for this but I can’t find my copy. If anyone has them and would like to share please do so.

Intro
Moondance
I’ve Been Working
Have I Told You Lately
Your Mind Is On Vacation
It Fills You Up
Vanlose Stairway>Trans Euro Train
Gloria>Shakin’ All Over
Stormy Monday

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Ginger Baker & Salt – Karlsruhe, Germany (10/18/72)

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Ginger Baker & Salt
1972-10-18
karlsruhe (germany)
oststadthalle

Download: FLAC/MP3

source: audience recording
taped by: HB ( the legend in germany)
this might be 2nd or 3rd gen copy of his mono-master ( taped on a telefunken RxR – small reel)
HB copied his masters to bigger reels and later from the bigger reels to cassettes)
(this comes from GEDEBA’s collection who traded with HB in the 80s)

transfer:
GEDEBA cassette played back on NAKAMICHI CR 7e (azimuth aligned *!-dolby off)–> edirol 09 (16-44)->HD (2009)//
—>level adjustments in audacity->cdwave-seperate tracks -flac (8) (2012)

line -up(acc to the munich gig in 8/72):
Ginger Baker [drums]
Steve Gregory [tenor sax, flute]
Bud Beadle [saxes]
Tunde Koboje [bass)
Berkley Jones [guitar]
Laolu Akins [african drums]
Kehinde Lijadu [vocals]
Taiwo Lijadu [vocals]

tracks

01 (..cuts in) ? ( missing about 3 mins compared to the munich show in 8/72)
02
03 -ginger talks-
04
05
06 -band intro by ginger-
07
08
09
10
11
12 -encore noise->
13
14 -audience noise-

-a bit difficult to burn on cdr-

a HB recording> a GEDEBA collection cassette>-transfer and mastering (finally uploaded to dime) by hanwaker 2012-08

NOTE
in 1972 the olympics were staged in munich and some great music was to accompany the event ( don’t think london 2012)

see this upload here
(reserach is till under construction !!!)
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=416741

another presentation of the -open minded- olympic commitee resulted in an another tv presentation ( mahavishnu orchestra was on tv as well) and they chose ginger baker & salt
..

well ginger had his first gig after coming out of africa right there in munich..
the show has been up on dime before
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/bot-dimeadozen-org/message/492451
BUT can mean while be purchased
try :ebay.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Joni Mitchell – Unknown Location (xx/xx/68)

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Joni Mitchell
1968-xx-xx, Germany
SBD
Joni Loves Germany

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Marcie
02 Nathan La Franeer
03 Dr. Junk (intro)
04 Dr. Junk
05 Roses Blue
06 The Circle Game > Little Green
07 I Don’t Know Where I Stand
08 Go Tell The Drummer Man
09 Michael From Mountains

From the original uploader

Joni Mitchell
Live – Germany probably 1968 but possibly 1969. Its also not sure if this was recorded in Germany as there is no other indication Joni played Germany in 1968

“I got this as a CDR in a trade a few years back. It is supposed to have been recorded in Germany in 1968 or 1969 but I’ve never been able to confirm the details. If anyone could positively identify it I would be grateful.”

Now the first uploader of this show listed in Dimebot (from 2006), docruper writes:

“This is a mysterious but very high-quality recording of Joni in 1967, 1968, or 1969. Early Joni, featuring her beautiful 1960s voice and a recording that is astoundingly good–crisp, clear, no static, very little hiss.”

However, the size of docruper torrent file does not match puckoon’s.

Puckoon’s folder size matches up exactly with that of a file of a remaster by briggY added to DIME in late 2006 — and judging by the description, it sounds like it — but some of the briggY track times listed differ slightly (a further remaster?).

But just for the halibut, let’s get briggY with it…

Dec 24, 2006
A new torrent has been uploaded to DIME.
Torrent: 127105
Title: Joni Mitchell – ”Germany 1968” – WONDERFUL SBD (remaster)
Size: 195.94 MB
Category: Singer/Songwriter
Uploaded by: briggY
Description

Joni Mitchell
Unknown Venue, supposedly (West) Germany (?) 1968 (?)

total time 38:58

[Removed: Nov 12, 2010]
Days on tracker: 1,419
Last status: 905 times snatched

I noticed that this amazingly high-quality recording of an absolutely stunning solo performance had dropped off the tracker, so I decided to put it back — this is DEFINITELY one that everyone should have. Its origins are completely mysterious, though — it circulates as “Germany 1968”, but Joni didn’t play in Germany in 1968. During the intro to “Dr. Junk” she talks about her visit to Fort Bragg, Fayetteville, and since she first played Fayetteville on January 3rd, 1967 and again in May of that year, her remark that the visit was “about 2 years ago” suggests that this performance took place in 1969. I think the presence of “Dr Junk” in the setlist would argue against the show being far into that year, since it’s a throwaway song that didn’t stay in her repertoire for very long. The best guess, then, would be very early 1969, but where is more of problem — although perhaps it COULD be Germany (did she play there in 1969? the jonimitchell.com chronology has no record of any European dates between London Sep 1968 & London Jan 1970 — which can’t be right, surely?) — her phrase “my country’s capitol” in the “Roses Blue” preamble seems to refer to Washington DC rather than Ottawa, which places the performance outside of North America (and that song itself, though not an easy one to decipher, was probably written after the darker events of 1968 — the King & RFK assassinations, Chicago and the election of Nixon).

I was going to seed the show exactly as received via the JMDL hub — the same version upped here previously — but when I took a close look at the wav files I found SBEs — tiny ones, but they were there (as the lineage claims alignment was done, I imagine they’re historical). I went through and got rid of these manually, then decided to up the levels and shift the tracking just a little whilst I was in there. I also fixed a nasty little glitch right at the beginning and faked a less abrupt fade at the very end. There was no temptation to use any nr or eq as the sound quality is great. It’s an exercise in gilding the lily, but this particular lily was worth it.

lineage: SBD > ? > acousticharmonies Vine CDR > Wav (EAC secure mode) > Flac frontend (level 8, aligned & verified)
remaster: > WAV (SBEs manually fixed, tracking & levels adjusted, flaws at start & end fixed with ACL10) > WAV (fixed SBEs with TLH) > FLAC level 8

I have a theory – a theory that is mine. This is my theory… That this show took place before her first album, my favorite “Song To A Seagull,” was released in March of 1968.

For one, Joni never mentions that she has an album out at all. And the audience does not seem to get extra excited about the songs she plays off it.

Plus one, the only song she introduces that comes from that album, “Michael From Mountains…” Joni pauses a moment before starting up, but no one in the audience makes a single sound that resembles recognition.

Maybe the folkies there were just being cool. Maybe they were just jealous she had an album out and they didn’t. But then that is not cool.

I know for one if I knew, this here Mike, his heart would have at least just jumped for crying out loud for joy for just one mountainous moment.

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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Lingen, Germany (04/12/17)

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Bob Dylan
EmslandArena
Lingen, Germany
April 12, 2017

Download: FLAC/MP3

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

lineage: dpa4061 > Tascam DR-100 @24/48 > PC (Sound Forge; TLH(sbeok; flac(8)))
taped & edited & transferred by hhtfp
seeded by helm

CD 1: [55:39]
01. intro (Stu Kimball) [1:14]
02. Things Have Changed [5:01]
03. To Ramona [5:05]
04. Highway 61 Revisited [4:09]
05. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ [4:23]
06. I Could Have Told You [4:03]
07. Pay In Blood [4:48]
08. Melancholy Mood [3:20]
09. Duquesne Whistle [6:33]
10. Love Sick [5:19]
11. Tangled Up In Blue [5:41]
12. Early Roman Kings [6:03]

CD 2: [53:21]
13. Spirit On The Water [6:47]
14. Scarlet Town [5:59]
15. All Or Nothing [3:17]
16. Desolation Row [8:02]
17. Soon After Midnight [3:56]
18. That Old Black Magic [3:14]
19. Long And Wasted Years [3:55]
20. Autumn Leaves [5:41]
encore:
21. Blowin’ In The Wind [5:30]
22. Ballad Of A Thin Man [7:00]
tt: 1:49:00 h

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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Hamburg, Germany (04/11/17)

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Bob Dylan
Barclaycard Arena
Hamburg, GER
April 11, 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: dpa4061 > Tascam DR-100 @24/48 > PC (Sound Forge; TLH(sbeok; flac(8)))
taped & edited & transferred by hhtfp
seeded by helm

CD 1: [56:03]
01. intro (Stu Kimball) [1:16]
02. Things Have Changed [4:56]
03. To Ramona [5:00]
04. Highway 61 Revisited [4:06]
05. Beyond Here Lies Nothin’ [4:14]
06. I Could Have Told You [4:04]
07. Pay In Blood [4:41]
08. Melancholy Mood [3:18]
09. Duquesne Whistle [6:23]
10. Love Sick [5:14]
11. Tangled Up In Blue [5:46]
12. Early Roman Kings [7:03]

CD 2: [53:42]
13. Spirit On The Water [6:38]
14. Scarlet Town [5:35]
15. All Or Nothing At All [3:20]
16. Desolation Row [8:05]
17. Soon After Midnight [4:06]
18. That Old Black Magic [3:03]
19. Long And Wasted Years [3:58]
20. Autumn Leaves [5:45]
encore:
21. Blowin’ In The Wind [5:30]
22. Ballad Of A Thin Man [7:42]
tt: 1:49:44 h

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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – Hamburg, Germany (06/04/89) Wolf Remaster

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Van Morrison
Stadtpark
Hamburg, Germany
June-04-1989

Download: FLAC/MP3

I previously published the non-Wolf remaster here.

FM-Broadcast from Norddeutscher Rundfunk ( NDR2 )

First time remastered in 2001, newly remastered in 2005
This new remaster is based on the old remaster. I have primary
enhanced the sound quality ….. a WOLF Remastering

001. Yeah Yeah ( Georgie Fame )
002. Aint It Funny ( Georgie Fame )
003. Whenever God Shines His Light
004. Tore Down A La Rimbaud
005. Vanlose Stairway
006. Itís All In The Game
007. Orangefield
008. When Will I Ever Learn To Live In God
009. Help Me
010. Northern Muse ( Solid Ground )
011. These Are The Days
012. Summertime In England
013. Iíd Love To Write Another Song
014. Caravan
015. Moondance

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Hannover, Germany (05/12/00)

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Bob Dylan
5/12/00
Hannover, Germany

Download: FLAC/MP3

Schubert’s recording of Hannover, May 12, 2000, “with additional SoundMastering by Schubert”
excellent sound
LB-1155

CD1
1 intro
2 Roving Gambler (acoustic)
3 The Times They Are A-Changin’ (acoustic)
4 Desolation Row (acoustic)
5 Tomorrow Is A Long Time (acoustic)
6 Tangled Up In Blue (acoustic)
7 Ring Them Bells (acoustic)
8 Country Pie
9 Things Have Changed
10 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
11 Tombstone Blues

CD2
1 Can’t Wait
2 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat(Bob on harp)
3 (encore), Love Sick
4 Like A Rolling Stone
5 It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
6 Not Fade Away
7 Blowin’ In The Wind (acoustic)
8 Rainy Day Women #12 & #35

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Dortmund, West Germany (06/27/78)

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Bob Dylan
Westfalenhalle
Dortmund, West Germany
27 June 1978

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (inst)
02 – She’s Love Crazy
03 – Baby Stop Crying
04 – Mr Tambourine Man
05 – Shelter From The Storm
06 – Love Minus Zero/No Limit
07 – Tangled Up In Blue
08 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
09 – Maggie’s Farm
10 – I Don’t Believe You
11 – Like A Rolling Stone
12 – I Shall Be Released
13 – True Love Tends To Forget

14 – Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 (inst)
15 – One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
16 – You’re A Big Girl Now
17 – One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
18 – Blowin’ In The Wind
19 – I Want You
20 – SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
21 – Masters Of War
22 – Just Like A Woman
23 – Oh Sister
24 – All Along The Watchtower
25 – All I Really Want To Do
26 – It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
27 – Forever Young

(encore)

28 – I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
29 – The Times They Are A-Changin’

Concert # 9 of the 1978 European Tour. 1978 concert # 39.
Concert # 16 with the 1978 World Tour Band:
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar)
Billy Cross (lead guitar)
Alan Pasqua (keyboards)
Steven Soles (rhythm guitar, backup vocals)
David Mansfield (violin & mandolin)
Steve Douglas (horns)
Jerry Scheff (bass)
Bobbye Hall (percussion)
Ian Wallace (drums)
background vocals:
Helena Springs,
Jo Ann Harris,
Carolyn Dennis.

1, 14 instrumental without Bob Dylan.
6, 22 Bob Dylan (harmonica).

Bootleg:
– Live 1978. Novisad. (LP)

2 new songs (6%) compared to previous concert. 1 new song for this tour.

Stereo audience recording, 135 minutes.

LB-07520 ; 64min+75min ; 2CDR ; Rating: B

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – Munich, West Germany (06/03/84)

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Bob Dylan
Olympia Stadion
Munich, West Germany
3 June 1984

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 – Highway 61 Revisited
02 – Jokerman
03 – All Along The Watchtower
04 – Just Like A Woman
05 – Maggie’s Farm
06 – I And I
07 – License To Kill

Greg Sutton:
08 – Got My Mojo Working (McKinley Morganfield)

09 – It Ain’t Me, Babe
10 – It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
11 – Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right
12 – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
13 – Masters Of War
14 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
15 – When You Gonna Wake Up
16 – Every Grain Of Sand
17 – Like A Rolling Stone

(encore)

18 – Girl From The North Country
19 – The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
20 – Blowin’ In The Wind
21 – I Shall Be Released
22 – Tombstone Blues
23 – Why Do I Have To Choose? (Willie Nelson)
24 – Forever Young

Concert #5 of the 1984 Europe Tour.
Bob Dylan (vocal & guitar),
Mick Taylor (guitar),
Ian MacLagan (keyboards),
Greg Sutton (bass),
Colin Allen (drums).

9-11, 18, 19 Bob Dylan solo (vocal & guitar).
4, 9, 19 Bob Dylan harmonica.
20-21 Joan Baez (shared vocal & guitar).
20-24 Carlos Santana (guitar).

Note. 20 broadcast by VDR-TV, West Germany, 4 June 1984.

BobTalk:

– Thank you. Greg Sutton’s gonna sing for you now. He just wrote on the way over
to the football stadium, called I Got My Mojo Working.

20 mono TV recording.
Stereo audience recording, 100 minutes.

Jokerman Has Just Left The Stadium
Manufacturer / Catalog No.
Sound Bites / SB 001 (Disc 001/002)

CDA>WAVELAB>FLAC

Information:
source:
Olympia Stadion, Munich, West Germany June 3, 1984
Bonus: Minestadio, Barcelona, Spain June 28, 1984