Grateful Dead – New York, NY (09/10/91)

Grateful Dead – September 10, 1991
Madison Square Garden – New York, NY

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Recording Info:
SBD > DAT (44.1k)

Transfer Info:
DAT (Sony PCM-R500) > Sound Devices 744T > Samplitude Pro X3 Suite > FLAC/16
(3 Discs Audio / 1 DVD FLAC)

All Transfers and Mastering by Charlie Miller
August 4, 2018

— With Branford Marsalis
— Recorded by Don Pearson and Dan Healy

Set 1:
01 – Shakedown Street >
02 – C.C. Rider >
03 – It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
04 – Black Throated Wind
05 – High Time
06 – Cassidy
07 – Deal

Set 2:
08 – Tuning
09 – Help On The Way >
10 – Slipknot! >
11 – Franklin’s Tower
12 – Estimated Prophet >
13 – Dark Star >
14 – Drums >
15 – Space >
16 – Dark Star >
17 – I Need A Miracle >
18 – Standing On The Moon >
19 – Turn On Your Lovelight

20 – It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Neil Young – New York, NY (11/27/12)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Madison Square Garden, NYC
November 27, 2012

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01-Intro & Anthem
02-Love and Only Love
04-Born in Ontario
05-Walk Like a Giant
06-The Needle and the Damage Done
07-Twisted Road
08-Singer Without a Song
09-Ramada Inn
10-Cinnamon Girl
11-Fuckiní Up
12-Mr. Soul
13-Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)


14-Roll Another Number

Lineage: Stealth recorded and minimally produced by mrsaureus, standing center floor thirty feet back from the stage. Core-Sound High End Binaurals (DPA-4060 capsules) to Sony PCM-M10 (48 kHZ, 24 bit), WavePad Sound Editor to chop and FLAC only. This is an audience recording that aims to document the experience of being in the crowd at the show, and features occasionally loud but appropriate crowd noise. This is the first time this recording is being shared.

Well, very late in the season I have a new and very strong contender for best show of the year.
And a show in MSG yet. I actually really like GA (standing room) at MSG. I was as close to the stage as I would have been at any Bowery show, but in an arena that holds 18000 people. The last time I saw Neil Young in MSG was in 2008 (incidentally, the first show I ever recorded, on a Zoom with the built-in mics), and I sat next to a couple whoíd flown from Israel to NYC for 3 days, to do some light sightseeing since they were here, but mainly to see the show. Surrounding me on the floor this time was a polyglot group, lots of whole families, moms, dads, kids, speaking the whole spectrum of European languages, as well as some neatly dressed and attractive young people who did not share Americaís quaint revulsion for the smell of the healthy human body. Iím wondering if a lot of them came to NYC mainly for the show. First the Johnny Hallyday gig and then this, and jeez it seems that a startling number of Europeans jet over to NYC for music. This, then, is the happy face of globalization.

If they did in fact fly over, I think theyíd say it was worth it. Neil put on a show, and not just music. There was a loose framing conceit and some stage gags. Half the roadies were dressed as mad scientists and the other half as construction workers, and they clowned a little as they set up the stage and raised the gigantic amp case props that held the gigantic Fender Bassman amp props which in turn presumably held real amps, which you coud see glowing through the painted cloth. Noboby would confuse this for the comedy genius of Rush, but whenever you got a Canadian in charge you get some funny. After everything was ready they slowly lowered a giant microphone to the stage, and then something really unexpected happened. A giant American flag back drop was revealed, the roadies lined up hands on heart, and Neil and the band, without any fanfare, casually walked out and joined them. After the national anthem played, they picked up instruments and went to work. It was without a doubt the most unassuming entrance Iíve ever seen a rock megastar make.

Neil looked ornery. Haggard and jowly, with lank straight hair swinging limply from a pale bald dome, flannel over t-shirt and work pants, he looked liked heís survived a disaster, and he played like the forces of creation and destruction themselves. Father of punk rock? Check. Heck, grandfather of post-punk? Check. Did he rock? Indeed he did. As weíre finding out over and over now, rock is a perfectly good old manís game. That should have been no surprise considering its connection to the blues, and the empirical evidence can no longer allow for doubt.

The show did get just the tiniest bit preachy in the middle there. Neil would have us believe there is some sort of environmental catastrophe looming and (Get this! No, Iím serious!) we should do something about it. During the protracted, glorious apocalyptic fuzzed out noise fest that ended Walk Like a Giant, a roadie now dressed in a rain slicker threw trash into a fan so that it blew onstage and piled up. Thing is, it was pretty trash. Fresh newspaper carelessly wadded with casual artistic panache and clean white plastic bags billowing like jellyfish. Movie prop trash. The trash you see in Bergdorf Goodman window displays. Trash Iíd gladly burrow into and nap. So the message I get is that rich people have great trash, and what everybody really wants, if they have any sense, is to be rich.

Neil didnít dig very deep into his vast catalog of hits, and listening to the chat in the interminable lines at elevators on the way out, it seemed like everybody wished heíd played something he didnít play. But like Rush, Neil Young continues to insist that he is not a nostalgia act. His new album is seamlessly connected to the past but perfectly modern, and the songs from it took their place beside the classics like comrades-in-arms, while three generations from at least two continents gathered in great numbers in NYC to hear them.

Bob Dylan – New York, NY (07/16/86)

Bob Dylan w/ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Madison Square Garden
New York City, NY USA
July 16, 1986

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Source: Audience recording > Sony ECM 150 mics > Sony D6 cassette recorder > Teac MDX90 Metal Tape > ? > FLAC. Recorded from 14th Row Center of Floor.

TaperAdvocat posted this [LB-2447] in EZT in ’04, and he wrote, “WOW!!! I even surprised myself with this one. Hadn’t listened to this recording since the day I made it because only one channel came out. The other track was nothing more than a mere a buzzing noise which in the cassette player of the 80’s made it relatively unlistenable, except with the balance over to the one channel so you listened with one speaker or you used a Y cord. Not to worry though, with the magic of Sound Forge you won’t even notice, just the good track has been reproduced in full stereo (double mono) effect. This is a great sounding audience recording that I made of this rarely heard tour. You will not be disappointed by this one. Just check out this set list. Dylan plays songs that I have never heard anyplace else. And Ronnie Wood shows up to play along on most of Dylan’s tracks on CD 2. Did I mention to check out the setlist??? Wah hooo!!!”

I changed no audio. I added a .ffp file and my usual stuff though.


CD 1:
Bob Dylan w/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

  1. Shake A Hand
  2. All Along The Watchtower
  3. Clean Cut Kid
  4. Emotionally Yours
  5. Shot Of Love
  6. That Lucky Old Sun
  7. Masters Of War

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

  1. She’s My Girl
  2. Think About Me
  3. The Waiting
  4. Breakdown

Bob Dylan w/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

  1. To Ramona
  2. One Too Many Mornings
  3. A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
  4. I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know
  5. Band Of The Hand
  6. When The Night Comes Falling From The Sky
  7. Lonesome Town

CD 2:
Bob Dylan w/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

  1. Ballad Of A Thin Man

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

  1. Make It Better (Forget About Me)
  2. Spike
  3. Bye Bye Johnny
  4. Refugee

Bob Dylan w/Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

  1. Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
  2. Seeing The Real You At Last
  3. Across The Borderline
  4. I And I
  5. Like A Rolling Stone
  6. In The Garden
  7. Blowin’ In The Wind
  8. Uranium Rock
  9. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door

Total time = 159:42

Bob Dylan – vocal, harmonica, & guitar

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:
Tom Petty – guitar, bass
Mike Campbell – guitar
Benmont Tench – keyboards
Howie Epstein – bass, slide guitar
Stan Lynch – drums

The Queens Of Rhythm:
Carolyn Dennis, Queen Esther Marrow, Madelyn Quebec, Louise Bethune – backing vocals

Tracks CD 2, tracks 06-10, 13-14 – Ron Wood (guitar)

Neil Young – New York, NY (09/28/78)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Madison Square Garden, NYC

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source: aud cassette master
taped by Louis Falanga

lineage: aud>cassette
maxell udxl-II90’s, dolby b

nak dragon>hd-p2 24/96>pc>
cd wave>adobe audition 2.0 16/44.1>flac
transferred & seeded by Rob Berger 2/27/10

disc one: 58:41

set I
01 – intro music
02 – Sugar Mountain
03 – I Am A Child
04 – Comes A Time
05 – Already One
06 – After The Goldrush
07 – Thrasher
08 – My My Hey Hey
set II
09 – /When You Dance I Can Really Love
10 – The Loner
11 – Welfare Mothers
12 – Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown

disc two: 56:50

01 – The Needle And The Damage Done
02 – Lotta Love
03 – Sedan Delivery
04 – Powderfinger
05 – Cortez The Killer
06 – Cinnamon Girl
07 – Like A Hurricane
08 – Hey, Hey, My, My
09 – Tonight’s The Night

Jerry Garcia Band – New York, NY (11/11/82)

Jerry Garcia Band
Madison Square Garden, Felt Forum
New York City, NY
Thursday, November 11, 1982

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I have six sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Early Show

How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
Catfish John
Simple Twist Of Fate
That’s What Love Will Make You Do
Run For The Roses
Tangled Up In Blue

E: Deal

Late Show:

Mission In The Rain
They Love Each Other
The Harder They Come
Mystery Train
Don’t Let Go
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
Run For The Roses

E: Midnight Moonlight

The Who – New York, NY (03/11/76)

The Who
New York, NY
Madison Square Garden

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Lineage: ANA(M)>DAT(1)>WAV [48kHz/16bit]>WAV [44.1kHz/16bit]>Flac
Transfer: Tascam DA-20 MKII>PreSonus FireStudio Project>Adobe Audition 3.0
Taping Gear: Unknown/Unknown
Taped By: S.M.
Transferred By: Mike Ziegler
dat tape courtesy of JEMS archives

Band Members:
Pete Townshend – vocals, guitar
Roger Daltrey – vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle – bass, vocals
Keith Moon – drums, vocals


  1. I Can’t Explain
  2. Substitute
  3. My Wife
  4. Baba O’Riley
  5. Squeeze Box
  6. Behind Blue Eyes
  7. Slip Kid
  8. Dreaming From The Waist
  9. Magic Bus
  10. Amazing Journey
  11. Sparks
  12. The Acid Queen
  13. Pinball Wizard
  14. I’m Free
  15. Tommy’s Holiday Camp
  16. We’re Not Gonna Take It
  17. Summertime Blues
  18. My Generation (cuts in)
  19. Won’t Get Fooled Again
  20. Road Runner
  21. Let’s See Action
  22. Naked Eye

Length: 113:59

Master transfer to dat from the JEMS archives. We are not sure how many recordings circulate for this show but are pretty sure this one is not a commonly circulated one. What we call source 1 is the Artie recording has circulated for many years along with various other recordings of his (most notably his Led Zeppelin New York recordings from 72-77). This source is as good if not better than Artie’s recording but is not without some major flaws. During My Wife and Baba O’Riley the recording suffers from severe microphone problems making the 2 songs almost unlistenable. We’ve included from Artie’s recording (from a master>cdr sourced transfer) these 2 songs along with the originals from this recording. This was one of those rare shows in 76 where they actually played some encores after Won’t Get Fooled Again and also includes the rarely played Slip Kid.

Queen – New York, NY (09/30/80)

Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

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I have two sources for this show, you can read the info here.

Jailhouse Rock – We Will Rock You (fast),
Let Me Entertain You,
Play The Game,
Death On Two Legs,
Killer Queen,
I’m In Love With My Car,
Get Down Make Love,
You’re My Best Friend,
Save Me,

Now I’m Here,
Dragon Attack,
Fat Bottomed Girls,
Love Of My Life,
Keep Yourself Alive,
drum/guitar solos/Brighton Rock (reprise),
Crazy Little Thing Called Love,
Bohemian Rhapsody,
Tie Your Mother Down,
Another One Bites The Dust,
Sheer Heart Attack,
We Will Rock You,
We Are The Champions,
God Save The Queen

Queen – New York, NY (09/29/80)

1980, 29 Sep
New York (USA), Madison Square Gardens

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FLAC > WAV > Remastering > FLAC (level 8)

Sound: good/very good
Source: audience

Second of three nights in a row at Madison Square Gardens. It sounds a bit distant. It’s a clear sound though. Very energetic performance of the band. This night they played ‘Dragon attack’, which wasn’t played the night before. The usual ‘remastering’ done (removing some clicks). Enjoy! Cheers, Tim (Epic Dreams)

Disc 1:

  1. Intro
  2. Jailhouse rock
  3. We will rock you (fast)
  4. Let me entertain you
  5. Play the game
  6. Mustapha
  7. Death on two legs
  8. Killer queen
  9. I’m in love with my car
  10. Get down make Love
  11. You’re my best friend
  12. Save me
  13. Now I’m here
  14. Dragon Attack
  15. Now I’m here (reprise)
  16. Fat bottomed girls
  17. Love of my life
  18. Keep yourself alive/Drum solo
  19. Guitar solo

Disc 2:

  1. Crazy little thing called love
  2. Bohemian rhapsody
  3. Tie your mother down
  4. Another one bites the dust
  5. Sheer heart attack
  6. We will rock you
  7. We are the champions
  8. God save the queen

Neil Young – New York, NY (02/04/91)

Madison Square Garden
New York NY

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Disc One (44:09)

01 intro
02 Hey Hey My My
03 Crime in the City
04 Blowin’ in the Wind
05 Love to Burn
06 Cinnamon Girl
07 //Mansion on the Hill

Disc Two (46:54)

01 F*!#in’ Up
02 Cortez the Killer
03 Powderfinger
04 Love and Only Love
05 Rockin’ in //the Free World
xx Encore: Welfare Mothers (missing from tape)
06 Encore: Tonight’s the Night//

AUD Source: AKG 451/CK1’s > Sony TC-D5 > MAC > C1 (first gen).
Transfer: Cassette > Nakamichi DR-8 (Dobly B) > Audiophile 2496 >
Wavelab > CD-Wave > TLH > FLAC 1644. Tape courtesy of Johnny P.


  • Some left channel drop-outs covered with sound from right channel.
  • Mansion on the Hill, beginning is slightly clipped.
  • Rockin’ in the Free World, tape-flip cut at track time 2:09.
  • Tonight’s the Night, cuts out aprx two-thirds of the way through.

Bob Dylan – New York, NY (09/30/78)

Bob Dylan
Madison Square Garden
New York City, New York
September 30, 1978

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I have three sources for this show, you can read the info here.

01 – My Back Pages (instrumental)
02 – I’m Ready
03 – Is Your Love In Vain?
04 – Shelter From The Storm
05 – Love Minus Zero/No Limit
06 – Tangled Up In Blue
07 – Ballad Of A Thin Man
08 – Maggie’s Farm
09 – I Don’t Believe You
10 – Like A Rolling Stone
11 – I Shall Be Released
12 – Going, Going, Gone

13 – One Of Us Must Know (Sooner Or Later)
14 – It Ain’t Me, Babe (acoustic)
15 – Am I Your Stepchild?
16 – One More Cup Of Coffee (Valley Below)
17 – Blowin’ In The Wind
18 – I Want You
19 – SeÒor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
20 – Masters Of War
21 – Just Like A Woman
22 – Baby Stop Crying
23 – All Along The Watchtower
24 – All I Really Want To Do
25 – It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
26 – Forever Young


27 – Changing Of The Guards

Concert # 12 of the 1978 US Fall Tour. 1978 concert # 61.
Concert # 38 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),
Helena Springs, Jo Ann Harris, Carolyn Dennis (background vocals)

1 instrumental without Bob Dylan.
5, 15, 22 Bob Dylan (harmonica).
14 Bob Dylan solo (vocal, harmonica & guitar).


  • Thank you. This is a song I wrote called Am I Your Stepchild ?
  • Thank you. You’ve been a wonderful crowd. I wanna introduce the band to you.
    On the drums tonight, give him a warm hand, Ian Wallace.
    On the bass guitar. Jerry Scheff.
    On the keyboards tonight, from Elizabeth, New Jersey, Mr. Alan Pasqua.
    On the lead electric guitar, dangerous Billy Cross.
    On the rhythm guitar, from Tombstone, Arizona, Mr. Steve Soles.
    On the violin and the mandolin and sometimes electric guitar, the youngest member of
    the group. He doesn’t smoke dope or go out with women or drink whiskey.
    That’s why he’s so good. Mr. David Mansfield! We’ll keep him that way.
    On the tenor saxophone, Steve Douglas.
    On the backup vocals, three ladies, on the right, Jo Ann Harris.
    On the middle, Helena Springs. And on the end, Carolyn Dennis.
    On the conga drums Miss Bobbye Hall from Detroit.
    All right, I’m Bob Dylan and this song is called It’s Alright Ma, I’m Only Bleeding.
  • All right. We’ve reached that point in time when we gotta go.
    Hope we played something right tonight. All right, so, see you next time.
    This is a song I recorded with The Band once on an album called Planet Waves.
    We’ll leave you with this one. Goodnight and be safe. (before Forever Young)