Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Morrissey – London, England (09/20/15)

morrissey - london - 2015

Eventim Apollo
Hammersmith, London
20th September 2015

Download: FLAC/MP3

01. Intro
02. Suedehead
03. Alma Matters
04. Speedway
05. Ganglord
06. Staircase At The University
07. Kiss Me A Lot
08. World Peace Is None Of Your Business
09. I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris
10. Istanbul
11. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
12, I’m Not A Man
13. Band Intros
14. The Bullfighter Dies
15. Mama Lay Softly On The Riverbed
16. Yes, I Am Blind
17. Oboe Concerto
18. I Will See You In Far-Off Places
19. Meat Is Murder
20. You’ll Be Gone (Presley,West,Hodge)
21. Everyday Is Like Sunday
22. What She Said / Outro

Morrissey – vocals
Jesse Tobias – guitar
Boz Boorer – guitar, clarinet, vocals
Mando Lopez – bass
Matt Walker – drums
Gustavo Manzur – keyboards, guitar, didgeridoo, trumpet, vocals

From the original uploader:
This is my recording
Front Balcony Left
Olympus LS10 16 bit>adobe audition>cd wave
>traders little helper>flac level 8
recorder __rimbaud__

Great atmosphere in the packed room tonight, maybe that’s because of the announcement that this clutch of shows are “most likely” the last ever in the UK
or maybe just because it’s Morrissey, and the devotion is always a notch above with his audience, the majority of whom looked like they’ve been there (just like me) throughout the 30 odd years.
I think Morrissey was maybe about to tell us that the Elvis cover (You’ll Be Gone) he just played was only one of a couple that Elvis co wrote, and that when he played it to Priscilla, she didn’t like it much
so he never attempted to write another, when the power went out, whatever, both the song & the power cut felt like a fitting metaphor.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Mark Knopfler – London, England (05/28/08)

Mark Knopfler - London - 2008\

Mark Knopfler
Royal Albert Hall
London, England
28th May, 2008

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD 1 360.95mb
01. Cannibals
02. Why Aye Man
03. What It Is
04. Sailing To Philadelphia
05. True Love Will Never Fade
06. The Fish And The Bird
07. Hill Farmer’s Blues
08. Romeo & Juliette
09. Sultans Of Swing
10. Band Intros
11. Marbletown

CD 2 286.46mb.
01. Joe Brown Intro
02. Picture Of You (Joe Brown on lead vocal & guitar)
03. Donegan’s Gone (Joe Brown on backing vocal & guitar)
04. Speedway At Nazareth
05. Telegraph Road
06. Brothers In Arms
07. Our Shangri La
08. So Far Away
09. Going Home.

Mark Knopfler – guitar, vocals
John McCusker – fiddle, cittern, flutes
Matt Rollings – keyboards, vocals
Danny Cummings – drums, percussion
Guy Fletcher – keyboards, guitars, vocals
Richard Bennett – guitar, etc.
Glenn Worf – bass, vocals
Joe Brown – Guitar & vocals, CD2, tracks 1 & 2.

From the original uploader:
This is my own recording from row 14, center in the arena floor. As far as I know, this show hasn’t surfaced yet. I’ve checked Dime & Hungercity regularly hoping it would appear, but it hasn’t, so here’s my recording.

It’s probably a 9/10, with a very focused sound. The vocal is up-front & defined, except for Sultans Of Swing where I think the mic volume wasn’t raised to accommodate the increased volume of the band.

The guitar rings through as clear as a bell & the ambience of the venue adds a richness to the overall sound, without washing out the sound too much. I’m very pleased with it & hope you will be too.

The Joe Brown tracks are a nice addition & it was good to see him appear as a surprise guest. Funnily enough, I’ve seen Mark & Joe play Donegan’s Gone twice at the Albert Hall (1st time was at the Lonnie Tribute Concert in 2004).
I’ll also be at Joe’s show at the RAH in September at which Mark will be a guest, and no doubt they’ll play it again!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Queen – London, England (xx/xx/71) – In the Beginning

Queen - In The Beginning

London, England
In The Beginning.
From the silvers.

Links removed, this was officially release. See comments below.

Recorded in Late 1971 at the De Lane Lea Studios in London. With the tape Queen tried to get a contract from several companies.

Lineage :
In The Beginning (silvers) -> Wav (EAC) -> Flac (Frontend level 8)

Tracklisting :

01. Keep Yourself Alive
02. The Night Comes Down
03. Great King Rat
04. Jesus
05. Liar

Bootleg Bonanza: R.E.M. – These Days

REM - These Days 1985

Why Not Records
Date :1992
Recorded live during 1985 “Reconstruction II” tour.

Download MP3@128

1 Moral Kiosk
2 Letter Never Sent
3 Laughing
4 Maps And Legends
5 Driver 8
6 Fall On Me
7 Can’t Get There From Here
8 Seven Chinese Brothers
9 West Of The Fields
10 Auctioneer (Another Engine)
11 Old Man Kensey
12 Gardening At Night
13 Radio Free Europe
14 We Walk
15 Pretty Persuasion
16 See No Evil
17 Theme From Two Steps Onward
18 These Days
19 Bad Day
20 I Believe

Bass – Mike Mills
Drums – Bill Berry (2)
Guitar – Peter Buck
Lead Vocals – Michael Stipe
Written-by [All Tracks By] – Berry*, Stipe*, Mills*, Buck*

Recorded live during 1985 “Reconstruction II” Tour
(Hammersmith Palais, London, England on October 29, 1985 – 2nd show; tracks 17-20 are 1986 demos)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – London, England (09/09-11-74) “Dicks Picks 7 Leftovers”

grateful dead - london 1974 - dicks picks 7

Grateful Dead
Leftovers from Dick’s Picks #7
Alexandra Palace
London, England

Download: FLAC/MP3

The original uploader simply copied and pasted the original notes for each of these three shows, only making amendments to note which songs were omitted. Track listings for the FLAC files were likewise kept from those original shows. For the MP3s I combined them into one collection. I made each show a different disk number and changed the track numbers to keep them in order. I have no idea if each show will actually fit on one disk (I’m guessing not) so if you burn to disk you’ll want to play with it first to see how they fit. I apologize if that is annoying, but I wanted it to flow as best as possible and this was the only way I could figure it. – Mat

The non DP 7 tracks from these three outstanding shows have been
pulled from circulating soundboards. Now with DP 7 in hand, you
can almost re-create all three shows for your listening pleasure.


09-09-74 Monday
London, England
Alexandra Palace
shnid: 12846

Single set played due to late start
First night of seven night European Mini Tour


*appears on “Dick’s Picks Vol 7”

These tracks were pulled from the most complete source available,
unfortunately 6 tracks are missing from the show.
Playing in the Band is unexplicably cut into 3 tracks.
B. Proctor 1-17-08

–Disc 1–
101 – Jack Straw (Sound Check)
102 – Apologies and Tuning
103 – Bertha
104 – The Promised Land
105 – More Apologies and Tuning
106 – It Must Have Been the Roses
107 – Jack Straw
xx8 – *Scarlet Begonias
XX9 – *Mexicali Blues
X10 – *Row Jimmy
–Disc 2–
111 – Playing in the Band
112 – Playin’ (continues)
113 – Playin’ (contiues again)
114 – Deal
115 – El Paso
XXX – Ship of Fools (Missing)
XXX – Tennessee Jed (Missing)
X16 – *Truckin ->
X17 – *Wood Green Jam ->
X18 – *Wharf Rat ->
XXX – Uncle John (Missing)
XXX – Johnny B. Goode (Missing)

XXX – U. S. Blues (Missing)
XXX – One More Saturday Night (Missing)

-Vocals during Sound check low
-Bouncy Bertha Warning
-Minor Static at 0:27, 1:26 of Promised Land
-Hum before Playin’ (unless you know the words, then you can sing along)

Muchos Gracias to Pablo B. aka Raoul Duke for the show
And Jerrys Kids for the Moral Fortitude, Knowledge and Fraternity

Another Installment Of The Music Never Stopped Project


9/10/74 – Grateful Dead
Alexandra Palace, London, England
shnid: 18806

Vault Soundboard Reels->Cassette->


DAT seed provided by Michael P. Weitzman
Transfer and SHN by Joe Samaritano

1. This may or may not be the same as the
8/24/2002 Willy/etree seed. This seed does
have a definitive lineage and is likely
closer to the original source.

2. *Tracks appear on Dick’s Picks #7,
Please go buy it, it’s really goooooood!

–Set 1 / Disc 1–
101 – Around & Around
XX2 – *Mississippi 1/2 Step
103 – Beat It on Down the Line
104 – Peggy-O
XX5 – *Black Throated Wind
XX6 – *Tennessee Jed
XX7 – Mexicali Blues (missing)
108 – China Cat Sunflower ->
109 – I Know You Rider
–Disc 2–
110 – Loser
X11 – *WRS Prelude ->
X12 – *WRS Part 1 ->
X13 – *Let it Grow
X14 – *Stella Blue

–Set 2–
XX1 – *Me & My Uncle
202 – Dire Wolf
XX3 – *Not Fade Away
204 – Ramble On Rose
205- Big River
–Disc 3–
XX6 – *Dark Star ->
XX7 – *Morning Dew
208 – Sugar Magnolia

XX9 – *U.S. Blues

Grateful Dead
Alexandra Palace
London, England
Wednesday September 11, 1974
shnid: 12183

Candelario Matrix MSR D CD except
first 15:22 of Seastones (on Disc #2): AUD
end of Sunshine Daydream and encore: AUD

This is the Candelario matrix SBD reel recording. From 2:10 to 3:00
of Scarlet Begonias the mix gets strange while Kid adjusts his levels.
We have left this passage intact (there is another version in
circulation where it is patched with AUD). We have patched in from
an AUD master the first 15:22 of Seastones, the tail end of Sunshine
Daydream, and US Blues, all missing on the circulating MSR D.
Naturally this set supplements and does not supplant the portions of
this show released as parts of Dick’s Picks #7, but until GDM releases
the show complete, this will do the trick nicely.

Dave Greenberg did the final mastering of these discs. We don’t know
who mastered the patch of SSDD and US Blues; we extracted this portion
from a CD of the MSR D containing Eyes through the end of the show,
with this patch already in place, and nicely done — our compliments
to whoever mastered it. HB also provided important assistance.
This project was instigated and these notes written by Jim Powell.
SHN conversion by Jay Gerland (jay@theblackdog.org) with seed provided
by Jed Distler (jdistler@composerscollab.org).

The set list from the orginal text file did not match the tracking numbers.
Just a general mess. I have not attempted to correctly calculate timings
to fit to disc. My apologies to those who wish to burn to audio CD.
* denotes songs present on DP 7
B. Proctor 1-17-08

–Set 1–
101 – Scarlet Begonias
102 – Mexicali Blues
XX3 – *Brown Eyed Women
XX4 – *Beat It On Down the Line
105 – Sugaree
XX6 – *Jack Straw
107 – Row Jimmy
108 – Me & Bobby McGee
XX9 – *Tennessee Jed
X10 – *Big River
111 – It Must Have Been the Roses
X12 – *Playing in the Band

–Set 2–
201 – Seastones ->
202 – Seastones continued ->
203 – space jam ->
204 – Eyes of the World ->
205 – space jam ->
206 – Wharf Rat ->

–Set 3–
301 – Around & Around
302 – Ship of Fools
303 – Going Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
304 – Sugar Magnolia

305 – U.S. Blues

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (06/20/78)

bob dylan - london - 1978_0615

Bob Dylan
20 June 1978
Earls Court
London, England, UK

Download: FLAC/MP3

Master R2R>MC(2)>CDR(1)>EAC(secure)>remastering with SoundForge 8.0>FLAC(level8)>Dime

AJR (13 Jan 2006)


CD1 72:23.11

1. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (instrumental) [0:56.00]
2. Love Her With A Feeling [2:26.74]
3. Baby, Stop Crying [5:39.39]
4. Mr. Tambourine Man [5:24.42]
5. Shelter From The Storm [5:04.68]
6. Love Minus Zero/No Limit [3:43.61]
7. Tangled Up In Blue [7:28.22]
8. Ballad Of A Thin Man [5:08.09]
9. Maggie’s Farm [5:13.04]
10. I Don’t Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Met) [4:16.71]
11. Like A Rolling Stone [6:59.29]
12. I Shall Be Released [4:16.71]
13. Going, Going, Gone [2:31.33]
14. Rainy Day Women #12 & #35 (instrumental) [0:56.67]
15. One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later) [3:48.55]
16. You’re A Big Girl Now [4:58.33]
17. One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below) [3:29.60]

CD2 59:18.06

1. Blowin’ In The Wind [5:02.03]
2. I Want You [3:06.11]
3. Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power) [5:19.00]
4. Masters Of War [4:20.00]
5. Just Like A Woman [5:44.04]
6. Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right [5:15.01]
7. All Along The Watchtower [4:39.64]
8. All I Really Want To Do [3:16.19]
9. It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding) [9:09.04]
10. Forever Young [7:33.54]
11. The Times They Are A-Changin’ [5:52.71]

Complete concert.

d1t1 beginning cut, no fade in applied.
d1t10/11 a cut between tracks (due to side change, I suppose)
d1t13 cut
d1t14 beginning cut

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (06/17/78)

bob dylan - london - 1978_0615

Bob Dylan
Earls Court
London, England

Download: FLAC/MP3

LB-1693, (64min+71min)

from Nigel Simms’ master cassette recording; cassette transfer and remastering by pb 4/04; remastering consisted of balancing and optimizing levels; reported to be upgrade over previous circulating version; very good sound

noise d1t10 0:02, analog drop dt10 0:05, 0:09, noise d2t3 0:49; begin of d2t6 cut


1 A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall (instrumental)
2 Love Her With A Feeling
3 BabyStop Crying
4 Mr. Tambourine Man
5 Shelter From The Storm
6 Love Minus Zero/No Limit
7 Tangled Up In Blue
8 Ballad Of A Thin Man
9 Maggie’s Farm
10 I Don’t Believe You
11 Like A Rolling Stone
12 I Shall Be Released 13 Going, Going, Gone


2 Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 (instrumental)
3 One Of Us Must Know (Sooner OrLater)
4 You’re A Big Girl Now
5 One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
6 Blowin’ In The Wind
7 I Want You
8 Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
9 Masters Of War
10 Just Like A Woman
11 Simple Twist Of Fate
12 All Along The Watchtower
13 All I Really Want To Do
14 Band Intros
15 It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
16 Forever Young
17 The Times They Are A-Changin’

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Bob Dylan – London, England (04/25/09)

bob dylan - london - 2009_04_25

Bob Dylan and Band
O2 Arena,
London, England
Apr 25 2009

Download: FLAC/MP3


1. Intro
2. Maggie’s Farm
3. The Times They Are A-Changin’
4. Things Have Changed
5. Chimes Of Freedom
6. Rollin’ And Tumblin’
7. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
8. ‘Til I Fell In Love With You
9. Workingman’s Blues #2
10. Highway 61 Revisited

1. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
2. Po’ Boy
3. Honest With Me
4. When The Deal Goes Down
5. Thunder On The Mountain
6. Like A Rolling Stone
7. Crowd
8. All Along The Watchtower
9. Spirit On The Water
10. Introductions
11. Blowin’ In The Wind
12. Outro

Sonic Studios DSM-6>PA6-XP>M Audio Microtrack>
Wavelab>CD Wave Editor>FLAC Level 8

An EBR Recording

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – London, England (04/10/74)

Van Morrison - London - 1974_04_10_hammersmith_front

London, England

Download: FLAC/MP3


01. Instrumental 1
02. Instrumental 2
03. Instrumental 3
04. Instrumental 4
05. The Night Time is the Right Time
06. Since I Fell For You
07. I Believe To My Soul
08. I’ve Been Working
09. Take Your Hand Out Of My Pocket
10. Astral Weeks
11. Madame George
12. Bulbs
13. Its All Over Now Baby Blue


01. Warm Love
02. Moondance
03. Caledonia
04. I Like It Like that
05. Come Running
06. You Don’t Pull No Punches, But you Don’t Push the River
07. Cypress Avenue
08. Gloria

From the original uploader

There is very little to be found online about this show other than artwork and a setlist that is wrong on db.etree.org. I’ve corrected the setlist below.

The quality is not great but its listenable. This is a show that will be beneficial to completists and those that want to hear one of the very rare recordings of You Don’t Pull No Punches, but you Don’t Push the River from the 70’s. VERY HARD TO FIND!!!

hope you enjoy! 🙂

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Various Artists – London, England (04/11/65) – The NME Poll Winner’s Concert

NME Poll Winners Concert - 1965

The N.M.E. Poll Winners’ Concert 1965
Wembley Stadium
London, England (04/11/65)
(bootleg CD)
Vigotone Industries (VG 166/167)
(Released 1998)

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD 1

The Moody Blues
Bo Didley
Go Now
Freddie And The Dreamers
Little Bitty Pretty One
A Little You
Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames
Yeh Yeh
Walking The Dog
The Seekers
I’ll Never Find Another You
A World Of Our Own
Herman’s Hermits
Wonderful World
Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter
The Ivy League And Division Two
Funny How Love Can Be
Sweet And Tender Romance
That’s Why I’m Crying
Sounds Incorporated
Time For You
In The Hall Of The Mountain King
Wayne Fontana And The Mindbenders
Game Of Love
Just A Little Bit Too Late
The Rolling Stones
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Pain In My Heart
Around And Around
Pain In My Heart
Cilla Black With Sounds Incorporated
Going Out Of My Head
Total time: (73:49)

CD 2

You’re Gonna Need Somebody On Your Band
Catch The Wind
Here Comes The Night
Turn On Your Love Light
The Searchers
Bumble Bee
Let The Good Times Roll
Dusty Springfield with The Echoes
Dancing In The Street
I Can’t Hear You
The Animals
Boom Boom
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
Talkin’ bout You
The Kinks
You Really Got Me
Tired Of Waiting For You
The Beatles
I Feel Fine
She’s A Woman
Baby’s In Black
Ticket To Ride
Lomg Tall Sally
Total time: (73:44)

Liner notes:
The New Musical Express, the British music weekly with the largest circulation, staged a series of concerts in the sixties featuring artists who topped their popularity polls. The concerts, known as ‘The Poll Winners’ Concerts’, were all held in Wembley. This two CD set documents the second to last Poll Winner Concert held on April 11, 1965 at Wembley Stadium. An edited version of this concert was screened on ABC TV and networked throughout the UK on April 18 of that year. This set was compiled from the soundtrack of the unedited master.

Notes from David Chance:
The back of the package says “The cream of British music as chosen by the readers of The New Musical Express presented in concert on April 11, 1965 at Wembley Stadium.”

The cover has a small photograph of The Beatles performing at this concert. The liner has stock photos of The Rolling Stones, Donovan, The Animals, The Kinks, and Them. This is the first appearance of a live recording by Them (their first BBC radio studio session was in March 1965 — see Bluesology, which would technically be the first “live” recordings, albeit from the studio…this is in front of a concert audience). As per the liner notes, this is a soundboard-quality recording.

Them are introduced by Jimmy Savile, who says (jokingly) that they have “just finished a tour with the Lutten (sp?) Girls Choir and will have to leave the country very, very shortly.” The band takes a moment to soundcheck and then launches into “Here Comes The Night”. The freshness of the song to the band may, perhaps, be heard when, after the first chorus, Van begins the first verse a moment too soon, quickly catches himself, begins again and carries the song to it’s finish wonderfully.

There are the immediate strains of “Turn On Your Love Light”, with Van making some “noises” and tearing into the song. As the tempo speeds up, Alan Henderson (?) begins stirring the audience by urging them to join along. The song then meanders in a psychedlic blues groove for a moment before it picks up tempo again and works out to a close. Jimmy Savile exits Them with a humorous comment on the brevity of the band’s name (“pretty soon we’ll have bands like ‘A’, and ‘The'”).