David Gilmour – London, England (06/22/01)

David Gilmour
Royal Festival Hall
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Purcell Room
London, England
June 22, 2001

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Gilmour’s Meltdown 2001
Free Range Pigs (FRP-CDR/009)

Disc One:
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
2. Terrapin
3. Tune Ups
4. Fat Old Sun
5. Tune Ups
6. Coming Back to Life
7. – You are the Weakest Link… Goodnight!
8. High Hopes
9. The last time I played here…
10. Je Crois Entendre Encore (from The Pearl Fisher by Bizet)
11. Smile
12. – When is the next Floyd Album?
13. Wish You Were Here
14. Tune Ups
15. Comfortably Numb (with Robert Wyatt)
16. Tune Ups
17. The Dimming of the Day (by Richard Thompson)
18. – If you want him, you can have him…
19. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI-IX)
20. Band Introductions
21. – Something from Animals, Please…
22. A Great Day for Freedom
23. Hushabye Mountain (from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)

Notes: Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour performs his first solo gig in London for over a decade. His lead guitar and vocals have created a whole world of sound – expansive, engrossing, seductive. In his solo work and 30 years with the earth-force that is Pink Floyd, Gilmour has inspired our contemporary best.

Technical Details: This source was recorded from Level 4 Terrace, Seat F17 (a few rows behind the mixing desk, and slightly stage left).

This recording has never departed the digital domain. Exact lineage is as follows:
Sony ECM-717 (stereo electret condenser mic) > Sony MZ-R30 (automatic leveling) > SONY MDSJB940 > optical link > PHILIPS CDR785 > CDR > EAC > CEPro > CDR.

Artwork can be found at: http://www.winntia.com/html/meltdown.htm

Free Range Pigs would like to thank the following people for their contributions to this effort:

Andy Saitel for graciously providing the source
Zoltan Toth for providing Project Management and Quality Assurance services
Mark Gunzinger for providing Transfer and Quality Assurance services
Doug Collins for providing Quality Assurance services
Kevin Jowers for providing Artwork services
Scott DeShields for providing Distribution services and coordination

Without these guys, none of this would have been possible.

We’d also like to thank Bob Cooney, Guy St. John, Luca Benporath, Zoltan Kozak, and Mike McInnis.

We’d be remiss not to include Zeedox for his encouragement during the process, and for entertaining the troops while we waited for the finished product 🙂

Grateful Dead – London, England (03/20/81)

Rainbow Theatre
London, England

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01. Feel Like A Stranger
02. Friend Of The Devil
03. C C Rider
04. Althea
05. Mama Tried >
06. Mexicali Blues
07. Loser
08. New Minglewood Blues
09. Candyman >
10. Looks Like Rain
11. Deal

Set 2
12. Scarlet Begonias >
13. Fire On The Mountain >
14. Lost Sailor >
15. Saint Of Circumstance >
16. He’s Gone >
17. Drums >
18. Space >
19. Truckin’ >
20. Wharf Rat >
21. Around And Around >
22. Johnny B. Goode
23. U.S. Blues

Source 1:

shnid: 9198
Source:MAC > C > C > D > CD
Mastering to CD by Hanno Bunjes

Conversion: CDR > EAC(secure) > mkwact(seekable) > SHN by mvernon54@attbi.com 5/2/02
shntool confirms tracks cut on sectors

SHN converted to FLAC with xACT by The Midnight Cafe 05/06/20

Encore missing
d1t1 4:01 very brief skip
d1t7 2:07 brief drop out
d3t1 10:24 splice or tape flip
d3t4 1:47-2:00, 2:58, 3:39-3:50, 8:29 partially garbled

Source 2:

shnid: 104928

I was out doing yardsales recently. I had the SYF hat on and was looking for some fans for the hot Tucson summer. Got to talking with this one fella and the GD came up. He said to me after hearing about LL that he had some tapes. I asked him if he knew where they came from. He said “I cant tell ya man”. I thot he meant that he ” didnt know cant tell” but out he walked with a lil treasure chest of some cassettes. The cases werent pretty but the tapes were high end pro tapes. I asked him again where he got them and again he said “I cant tell you” but it seems your folks in the trading world might like them Well, i got home and found too many treasure to note. He told me they werent always on the best dubbing deck and some had been played and were at least 25 years old (some older) but he was sure that these versions were recorded by what he termed a “dear old buddy” and official channels and he had them for years and years and would like some of them to see the light of day. As always, More to come.

master cassettes > Nak Dr-1 > Lynx2 Studio Interface 24 bit 48kHz.

Edited and Mastered by Jamie Waddell on the **GEMS** Edit Station
Weiss-Saracon for SRC and Pow-r3 Dither to 16 bit 44.1 kHz

MetaData with Tag and Rename TLH for FLAC Level 8 SBE FREE

happy holidaze a **GEMS** Production
Seeded on The Winter Solstice 2009

-this is a matrix recording
-tape flips before Loser and during drums crossfaded
-very nice C.C. Rider
-first notes of scarlet cut in
-first quality source of this show

Source 3:

This is a tagged version of shnid: 139473

This is a 16/44 fileset. 24 bit to 16 bit via dBpoweramp

Source Info:
1st Set:
Frank Streeter’s Master FOB Audience Cassette; Sennheiser 421 > Sony TC-D5M (TDK MA90)

2nd Set:
Master FOB Audience Cassette; AKG 224> Sony TC-D5M > 1 cassette gen (Maxell UDXLII)

Transfer Info:
Cassette Master (Nakamichi CR-7A) > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.8 MHz)> KORG AudioGate 4 >
Adobe Audition 3.0> TLH flac2496

Transfer by Charlie Miller
Mastered by Scott Clugston

– Thanks to Frank Streeter for the source cassettes
– Thanks to Charlie Miller for the transfer
– Thanks to the folks responsible for shnid: 9198 unknown audience source which provides
from 8:20 thru 8:33 of “Wharf Rat”
– Between song transitions smoothed
– Tape flip in the Jam out of “He’s Gone” has been smoothed and is virtually transparent
– US Blues encore is missing

Woody Guthrie – London, England (07/07/44)

Woody Guthrie
BBC “Children’s Hour”
London, England
July 7, 1944


Lost Radio Shows

Woody Guthrie
Pete Seeger
Exact date unknown

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Children’s Hours Setlist
1. Talking
2. Wabash Cannonball
3. 900 Miles

From Guy Logsdon’s Discography, reprinted in Santelli, Robert & Davidson, Emily (eds.),
Hard Travelin’ — The Life and Legacy of Woody Guthrie, Hanover and London, 1999, p. 196:

“7 JULY 1944. Woody was a Merchant Marine, “washing dishes on a Liberty Ship,” the troop ship
Sea Porpoise which carried troops to the Normandy beach in early July 1944. After the troops were
sent ashore, the ship hit a mine but made its way back to England; Woody was routed through London
toward Glasgow, Scotland, toward the United States. On a song manuscript dated “July 13th, 1944”,
Woody wrote, “this train is carrying me outside from London now; on up towards Belfast, and Glasgow.”
While in London, he went to the offices of the BBC where he introduced himself as a member of
The Martins and the Coys [produced by Alan Lomax for the BBC in late March 1944, broadcast by the BBC
on 26 June 1944] and was given the opportunity to sing on the Children’s Hour. After an autobiographical
statement, he was recorded singing with his guitar accompaniment two railroad songs:
“Wabash Cannonball”
“900 Miles” (this is the minor-key melody that Cisco made popular)”

Lineage: BBC radio documentary, 1987 (provided by wonderboy)->Audacity->flac frontend (level 8, verify,
align on sector boundaries)

Although little over 5 minutes long, with Woody’s VD songs (probably from 1945).

Lost Radio Shows

Woody Guthrie
Pete Seeger

1. Us Department Of Health
Exact date unknown

White Lies – London, England (01/20/11)

White Lies
‘In New Music We Trust Live’
HMV Forum
Kentish Town
20th January 2011

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Broadcast live on BBC Radio 1

1.A Place To Hide
2.Holy Ghost
3.To Lose My Life
4.Peace & Quiet
8.Unfinished Business
9.The Power & The Glory
10.Farewell To The Fairground
11.Bigger Than Us

JVC FM receiver T-K100L>Phono to 3.5mm mini jack>iRiver iHP-120 (Rockboxed)>wav>PC>
Soundforge 8 (Fade-in/fade-out, amplify)>WAV>CD WAVE>FLAC>WAV>MP3