Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – Honolulu, HI (01/24/70)

grateful dead honolulu 1970

Grateful Dead
Honolulu Civic Auditorium
Honolulu, HI

Link removed as this has been commercially released.

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 7890
Source: SBD
Lineage: S:Master Reel > cassette > DAT > CD > SHN
(updated lineage; had been marked S:MC > cassette > DAT > CD > SHN)

101-t01 – Cumberland Blues 6:00
102-t02 – Cold Rain & Snow 5:27
103-t03 – Me & My Uncle 3:29
104-t04 – I’m a King Bee 7:04
105-t05 – Mason’s Children 7:20
106-t06 – Black Peter 9:40
107-t07 – Good Lovin’ 7:17
108-t08 – Dancin’ in the Streets 9:32

–total time–55:52–

T06 (Black Peter): subsecond dropout/splice @ 7:44
T07 (Good Lovin’): cuts right before last verse

Per Deadlists:
This list is probably incomplete before Cumberland or perhaps after
Good Lovin’. On the circulating tape Good Lovin’ breaks off incomplete.
Dancin’ concludes the show; it could be an encore. Dancin came into
circulation separately from the rest of this material.

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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Honolulu, HI (09/26/92)


Pearl Jam
September 26, 1992
Andrew’s Amphitheater
Honolulu, Hawaii

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: soundboard > ? > dat > flac > wav > dEdit > flac (four spots of diginoise patched with soundboard > ?-m > analog (2nd gen) > dEQ > dat > cdr)

Digital Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 Release
02 Why Go
03 Deep
04 Jeremy
05 Breath
06 Even Flow
07 improv
08 State of Love & Trust
09 Black
10 improv/jam (Hard to Imagine)
11 Alive (!)
12 Porch
13 encore
14 improv/jam (Throw Your Arms Around Me)
15 Sonic Reducer
16 Rockin’ in the Free World

(!) Mike plays a little tease of “Funk #49” by the James Gang right after song.

Show Recording Notes

The several spots of diginoise have been patched with the analog source…the end result is not perfect, but it is much better than the diginoise. The reason for the “?” in the source lineage right before the dat, is because the main source used has unfortunately been compressed in some way (either by being put onto a minidisk or by being mp3 compressed). It is the only complete circulating recording however. Some other minor pops have also been removed. Very special thanks to Vikas for uncovering this gem.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons)

After a nice ‘Release’ opening, Ed says, “We’re in a beautiful place. Why go home?” leading to guess what song? After a few opening licks of ‘Breath’ are played, the song is announced as ‘A Breath and a Scream,’ as it frequently was called then. Later Ed asks, “Did we meet some of you guys last night? Cause the tickets were good for both nights, right? That’s how I wanted it to work out.” After repeating, “I’m not crazy, I’m not crazy,” they launch into ‘Even Flow.’ A few ‘Hard To Imagine’ riff are played after ‘SOLAT,’ and an improv based on ‘Hard To Imagine’ follows ‘Black.’ Ed tells the crowd, “You’re all gonna die some day; you’re all gonna die fat and old … it’s true,” leading to ‘Alive,’ followed by some guitar noodling. Ed compliments the “pit” likening it to a “Norelco razor” with the three spinning heads. The second set opens with a jam with lyrics based loosely on ‘Throw Your Arms Around Me.’ Ed thanks everyone who they’ve met and says it makes them want to move there and “I wanna have your baby.” After ‘TITFW,’ Ed says goodbye and then asks the lights to be turned back up: “I wanna get a picture of these guys.”

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a
series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existence.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.

Original text file created on 5/28/04 by vikas@breakerfall.net
Revision compiled during the Eagles-Vikings Monday Night game by spacedvest on 9/20/04.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Jerry Garcia Band – Honolulu, HI (05/12/90)


Jerry Garcia Band
May 12, 1990
Waikiki Shell
Honolulu, Hawaii

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 89212

MAD: FOB 2 Neumann km 86 mics (no mic preamp used) > DAT Panasonic sv255 (recorded by Trip)
Panasonic SV-3700 > Coax S/PDIF > M-Audio 410 (2 v1 dr1.8.2 2006-2- > FireWire400 > PowerMac G5 > Soundtrack Pro v1.0.3 (transfer by Thrak)

Edited and Mastered By Jamie Waddell on the GEMS Edit Station

A **GEMS** Production http://www.shnflac.net December 23, 2007

– classic upfront FOB..bell clear guitar… low vocals
– a few tape pauses crossfaded
-listen for a fan ask Jerry to play “Dont Let Go” after “Senor” . Jerry responds with a fiery “Think” and then fullfills the request.

set 1 disc one
1 How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
2 Stop That Train
3 Mission In The Rain
4 The Way You Do The Things You Do
5 Run For The Roses
6 And It Stoned Me
7 My Sisters And Brothers
8 Deal

set 2 disc two
1 Cats Down Under The Stars
2 Waiting For A Miracle
3 Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
4 Think
5 Don’t Let Go
6 That Lucky Old Sun//
***Midnight Moonlight

*** missing (we got shut down during Lucky Old Sun)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Aerosmith – Honolulu, HI (01/04/83) “Alohasmith! Honolulu 1983”

Aerosmith - Alohasmith! Honolulu 1983

Alohasmith! Honolulu 1983
Blaisdell Center Arena
Honolulu, HI
January 4, 1983
Quality: SBD
Lineage:CDRs > EAC > WAV > Flac

Download: FLAC/MP3


1.Back in the Saddle
2.Mama kin
3.Big Ten Inch Record
4.Three Mile smile
5.Reefer Head Woman
6.Rock In A Hard Place
7.Lord of the Thighs
8.Lick and A Promise


1.Sweet Emotion
2.Dream On
3.Lightning Strikes
4.Walk this Way
5.Milk Cow Blues
6.Toys In the Attic
7.Train kept A Rollin’

Notes from somebody, not me:
This is the best sounding show from the Rock In A Hard Place Tour I’ve heard so far(I’ve only heard 3 others though, but this is the best out of them all). Great soundboard recording, I’d give it an A/A+. AS for the performance, I’m pretty sure Steven is under the influence of something. Someone throws a fire cracker on stage during Lord of the Thighs, and thats when it gets funny. Afterwards he sings Happy Birthday to Tom Hamilton (but it’s not his birthday). Besides that,
the band sounds good.

The only real problem is that Sweet Emotion is incomplete, unless they only played the solo. It lists the song as being 2 minutes long, but the first 30 sec is just Tyler talking, then it switches to the solo for the last 1:30 minutes. I ordered this from a store a few years back and I got the CDrs, along with a paper insert that just said Alohasmith! and the track listing and date, no artwork. I’m not totally sure, but I believe this was mass produced. Overall, a great sounding show, that I recommend to anybody who likes classic Aerosmith.