Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (02/11/70)

Grateful Dead - 1970-02-11 Fillmore East - New York

Grateful Dead,
February 11, 1970
Fillmore East
New York, NY.

Download: FLAC/MP3

–Early Show–
Cryptical Envelopment -> – missing
Drums -> – missing –
//The Other One ->
Cryptical Envelopment
Dire Wolf
Casey Jones

–Late Show–
Intro by Keeva Krystal -> Not Fade Away
Cumberland Blues
Cold Rain & Snow
High Time
Me & My Uncle
Dark Star ->
Spanish jam ->
Lovelight

–Encore–
Uncle John’s Band (acoustic)

Source 1:
This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 90
gd70-02-11.sbd.sacks.90.sbefail.flac16

Source: MSR>DATs>CDRs>EAC>shn

Noted Flaws, etc.:
-Dark Star has abrupt splice/cut at approx. 6:57.
-Lovelight has a splice at 30:16
(possible source changes to/from “15ips revox reel”? —
See below-quoted section from http://www.deadlists.com descrition).

Comments Late Show per deadlists:
-Duane Allman’s guitar is audible from near the beginning of Dark Star
through the end of the set;
-Gregg Allman adds organ & vocals during Lovelight.
-Berry Oakley plays a second bass on Lovelight.
-According to Kenny Schachat, who attended the show, the guitarist audible
starting about 2:30 into Dark Star and for several minutes thereafter is
Peter Green, not Duane, who enters around the middle of Dark Star.
-The encore is acoustic Dead.
-The Allman Bros and Love were also on the bil

Source 2:
shnid 26521

Transfer info: Akai GX636 direct tape head output > Bottlehead tube tape
pre pair Tesla tubes circa 1980 > Apogee Mini Me 24/96 > Apogee Mini DAC
monitoring and mastering > FLAC

– SBD MR > DAT (disc 1 and first part of Star, last part lovelight via a
DAT transfer so is not from circ. source)
– MAR > ? > R @ 3 @ ips. (aud patch source used in Dark Star and Lovelight)
– SBD MR > A77 > A77@ 71/2 ips. (primary source for disc 2)

The aud reel is courtesy of Don Wolfe and the second board reel is from Pat Lee.

notes:
This is a complete remaster by Matt using his new set-up
– “This was done using a different transfer chain. This method was per the advise of
Dan Healy I received from him a while back in trying to attain a perfectly clean
signal going to digital. I had one of my reel machines modded for a direct tape head
output going into a custom Bottlehead tape tube pre specifically built for reel transfers
(w 2. diff. EQ setting for tape speed) so basically you have a perfectly clean tape signal
going into the tube pre going into 24/96 digital.”

Source 3:
This is compilation of shnid: 28292 & 28402
The complete late show from the best available sources.

gd73-02-11.sbd.patched.warner.28292.sbeok.flac16
(Includes the 1st 6 tracks of the late show only)

Master soundboard reels > DAT > CD > Plextor PX-708A extraction
(EAC v0.95 prebeta 5) > tracking (CD Wave) > sector boundary verification (
shntool v2.0.3) > .flac encoding (flac v1.1.0)

Patches: Master audience tape > ? > DAT > CD

EAC and FLAC encoding by Jack Warner (jackmw1ATsbcglobalDOTnet)
Patches courtesy of an unknown benefactor (thanks to Bob Murphy for the
source discs)

gd70-02-11.sbd.partial-greenberg.28402.flac16

Late Show Conclusion – Dark Star thru Uncle John’s Band

Source: Soundboard (except patches as noted)
Lineage: MSR> DAT> CDR> EAC> FLAC
Late Show Conclusion

Source: Soundboard (except patches as noted)
Lineage: MSR> DAT> CDR> EAC> FLAC

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Grateful Dead – New York, NY (02/11/70)

Grateful Dead - 1970-02-11-Fillmore-E

Grateful Dead,
February 11, 1970
Fillmore East
New York, NY.
gd70-02-11.sbd.sacks.90.sbefail.flac16

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a flac encoded & tagged version of shnid: 90
Source: MSR>DATs>CDRs>EAC>shn

–Early Show–
missing – Cryptical Envelopment ->
missing – Drums ->
103-d1t1 – //The Other One ->
104-d1t2 – Cryptical Envelopment
105-d1t3 – Dire Wolf
106-d1t4 – Casey Jones

Comments Early Show per Deadlist:
Only the last 20 minutes of this show are in cirulation on tape.
It is difficult to believe that they didn’t play other tunes before
That’s It For The Other One, so this list is probably incomplete.

–Late Show–
201-d1t5 – Intro by Keeva Krystal -> Not Fade Away
202-d1t6 – Cumberland Blues
203-d1t7 – Cold Rain & Snow
204-d1t8 – High Time
205-d1t9 – Me & My Uncle
206-d2t1 – Dark Star ->
207-d2t2 – Spanish jam ->
208-d2t3 – Lovelight

–Encore–
209-d2t04 – Uncle John’s Band (acoustic)

Noted Flaws, etc.:
-Dark Star has abrupt splice/cut at approx. 6:57.
-Lovelight has a splice at 30:16
(possible source changes to/from “15ips revox reel”? —
See below-quoted section from http://www.deadlists.com descrition).

Comments Late Show per deadlists:
-Duane Allman’s guitar is audible from near the beginning of Dark Star
through the end of the set;
-Gregg Allman adds organ & vocals during Lovelight.
-Berry Oakley plays a second bass on Lovelight.
-According to Kenny Schachat, who attended the show, the guitarist audible
starting about 2:30 into Dark Star and for several minutes thereafter is
Peter Green, not Duane, who enters around the middle of Dark Star.
-The encore is acoustic Dead.
-The Allman Bros and Love were also on the bil

TAPES FROM FILLMORE EAST FEBRUARY 1970

Reportedly it was during this Late Show that clever and industrious Fillmore East stagecrew members including John Chester and Alan Mande managed to patch a Revox reel-to-reel deck with 15-inch reels underneath the stage into the PA feed, and the moment when our circulating SBD tape picks up the Dark Star, 10:23 after its opening, is the moment when they managed to get their jury-rigged system patched together, up and running. Circulating copies of this SBD master break off 3:41 before the end of the Lovelight; perhaps this cut is on the master. In addition to this 45 minute from 2/11/70 our enterprising heroes taped the Late Shows on the 13th and 14th (but apparently not the Early Shows), and copies of these tapes have been incirculation since the early 70s.

Bear also ran SBD masters of the 13th and 14th, and much of this material has now been released on Bear’s Choice and Dick’s Pick 4. However, it is unclear whether there is any SBD from the 11th in the vault. For the Dick’s Picks 4 release, Jeffrey Norman patched gaps in the vault SBDs of the 13th and 14th using the surreptitious second SBD masters — good karma all
around. The GD Records / Polygram Records CD, “Allman Bros Band Fillmore East February 1970,” (GDCD 4063) releases tape of the Allmans from this run and may contain tunes from this date.

Besides the several SBDs from this run there are also two AUD tapes in circulation, one of the 2/11/70 Late Show and one of the 2/13/70 Early Show (see Comments under this date). There is a complete copy of the 2/11/70 AUD master in circulation, and it also appears as patches for the first 10:23 of the Dark Star and last 3:41 of the Lovelight, otherwise missing on the circulating SBD tapes. The AUD of the 2/13/70 Early Show could easily be by the same taper as the 2/11/70 AUD. Both tapes have strong saturation and strong bass, and both have decent but not perfect mic placement, and as a result boomy in the bass with considerable hall resonance and audience noise. There is no evidence of AUD tape from the 14th in circulation.
RECORDING 90 A? 45 SB

CONTRIBUTORS Jim Powell Alan Mande Steve Silberman
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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – New York, NY (11/01/78) 4Eyed Freak Remaster

van morrison - the bottom line - 1978

Van Morrison
1978-11-01
The Bottom Line
New York, NY
(FM-FLAC)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Excellent Sound Quality (4-Eyed Freak 2005 remaster)
Both Early and Late shows complete.

I previously posted the non remastered version here.

Track List:
Early Show
1. Moondance
2. Wavelength
3. Into The Mystic
4. Checkin’ It Out
5. Brown Eyed Girl
6. Kingdom Hall
7. Hungry For Your Love
8. Natalia
9. Tupelo Honey
10. Wild Night
11. Caravan
12. Wavelength (Bonus)
13. Kingdom Hall (Bonus)

Late Show
1. Moondance
2. Wavelength
3. Into The Mystic
4. Checkin’ It Out
5. Hungry For Your Love
6. Brown Eyed Girl
7. Crazy Love
8. Kingdom Hall
9. Tupelo Honey
10. Natalia
11. Help Me
12. Wild Night
13. Joyous Sound
14. Caravan
15. Cyprus Avenue

Lineup
Van Morrison – Vocals
Herbie Armstrong – Guitar
Peter Bardens – Keyboards
Mickey Feat – Bass
Bobby Tench – Guitar
Peter Van Hooke – Drums
Katie Kissoon – Backing vocals, lead vocal on “Crazy Love”
Anna Peacock – Backing vocals

Lineage:
Early show: Broadcast > ? > CDR (vine) > EAC (secure mode, offset corrected) > Digital remastering and retracking (Soundforge) > Sector Boundary correction (SHNTools) > FLAC (FLAC Frontend level 8)
Late show: Broadcast > MASTER TAPE > SONY RCD W500C > EAC > WAV > FLAC > Nevinsrip’s torrent > WAV >Digital remastering and retracking (Soundforge) > Sector Boundary correction (SHNTools) > FLAC (FLAC Frontend level 8)
(Upgraded)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – New York, NY (01/21/73)

Neil Young - 21-01-73 - CARNAGIE HALL NYC cover

NEIL YOUNG & THE STRAY GATORS
Carnegie Hall
New York City, New York
January 21, 1973

Download: FLAC/MP3

00 Intro
01 Cripple Creek Ferry
02 Here We Are In The Years
03 L.A.
04 Soldier
05 Introduction band
06 Out On The Weekend
07 Old Man
08 Heart Of Gold
09 The Loner
10 Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
11 Time Fades Away
12 New Mama
13 Alabama
14 Don’t Be Denied
15 Cinnamon Girl
16 Lookout Joe
17 Southern Man
18 Last Dance
19 Are You Ready For The Country?

Band :
Neil Young – vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica
Ben Keith – pedal steel guitar, vocals
Jack Nitzsche – keyboards
Tim Drummond – bass
Kenny Buttrey – drums

From the original uplader:
Believe me…. It’s history.
After checked finally the real pitch it sound right, and I love it.
The recording come from an old trade wich was transfered the 1st analog generation on DAT for me, so here to you a fresh and enjoyable transfer.

If you are a real Neil Young Fan, you don’t miss it !!!!

Lineage Equipment : sorry I don’ t know
Lineage Transfer : 1st Analog generation Tape>DAT>Edirol R-09HR (24 bit 48 Khz)>CARD>PC>GOLDWAVE (resampling at 16 bit 44.1Khz – Adjusted the pitch – Edit the cuts – Split the file) > FLAC Level 6 + Md5 + Fingerprint

Art covers : Available

As Always from me, it’s not a CD rip but a direct files from the transfer

I’m happy to share this show

Enjoy

A.V.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: California Brothers (featuring Jerry Garcia) – New York, NY (04/06/87)

jerry garcia - 51127ddaea9695c3fbfa314e353e078a_large

California Bros.
Lone Star Cafe
New York, NY
April 6, 1987 (Monday)

Download: FLAC/MP3

This is a tagged version of shnid: 101075
(6 tracks, 27:07)
1. tuning [1:47]
2. Teardrops In My Eyes [3:00] [0:38]
3. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke [4:04] [1:43]
4. Drink Up and Go Home [3:46] [1:23]
5. Rosalie McFall [3:27] [0:41]
6. Mind Your Own Business * [5:57] [0:39]

Lineup:
David Nelson: acoustic guitar, vocals
Sandy Rothman: banjo, vocals
Peter Albin: electric bass
Spencer Dryden: drums
(guest) Tom Bekeny: mandolin, fiddle
(guest) Jerry Garcia: electric guitar, vocals
* (guest) Sean Grissom: electric cello

2nd gen AUD cassette (Maxell XLII 90) > Nak D-R2 > Digigram VXpocket v2 >
Sony VAIO Picturebook PCG-C1VPK 24bit/48kHz wav > unknown downsample to
16/44.1 > CD Wave > TLH (FLAC encoding). Transfer by Michael Scottelaro,
track and FLAC by jj.

Sandy’s recollection:
“Jerry came in — it was my understanding that it was after a GD show. He sat up in the balcony with a couple of ladies and listened to probably about
half of our last set. (He had a Black Russian in front of him, a drink he would frequently order and not always finish.) I’d been up there talking
with them before the set; he said he’d come up and play. When we called him up, somebody produced a guitar, a Stratocaster (I think there was an amp
already on the stage), and he came up and played the rest of that set with us. A bluegrass picker from the Bay Area who was going to NYU at the time,
Tom Bekeny, also sat in (for all or part of the night), playing mandolin and some fiddle. Sean jammed with us on the last song; whether he’d played a solo
set earlier, I don’t recall. I’m pretty sure the original tape was made by the Lone Star’s bartender, name unknown, who held up a small cassette deck as soon
as he saw Garcia was going to play.”

Thanks to Mike for graciously transferring the tape and to Sandy for
information and context!

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Van Morrison – New York, NY (10/07/79)

Van Morriosn, Avery Fisher Hall - 1979

Van Morrison
10/07/79
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

Instrumental
Kingdom Hall
Bright Side of the Road
Here Comes the Night
Into the Mystic
You Make Me Feel So Free
Warm Love
It’s All in the Game>
You Know What They’re Writing About
Call Me Up In Dreamland
Ain’t Nothing You Can Do
Angeliou
Moondance
Moonshine Whiskey
Full Force Gale
Wavelength//

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Temple of the Dog – New York, NY (11/07/16)

Temple of the Dog - Madison Square Garden

Temple of the Dog
2016.11.07
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

Taped and transferred by opsopcopolis

Lineage: CA-11 > Ugly Battery Box > Tascam DR-05 > WAV > ProTools > WAV > xACT > FLAC

Setlist:
01. Intro (Man of Golden Words)
02. Say Hello 2 Heaven
03. Wooden Jesus
04. Call Me a Dog
05. Your Saviour
06. Stardog Champion
07. Stargazer
08. Seasons
09. Jump Into the Fire
10. Four Walled World
11. I’m a Mover
12. Pushin Forward Back
13. Hunger Strike
14. Quicksand
15. Heartshine
16. River of Deceit
17. Holy Roller
18. Reach Down

19. Encore Break
20. Man of Golden Words
21. Times of Trouble
22. Achilles Last Stand
23. Missing
24. Fascination Street
25. War Pigs

26. Encore Break 2
27. All Night Thing

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Sly & The Family Stone – New York, NY (10/05/68)

Front

Sly & The Family Stone
“Thee Encyclopedia of Ecstacy”
live at the Fillmore East
October 5, 1968

Links removed as this has been officially released.

Label : Big Fro Discs
Catalog No. : BF-013/014
Release Date: 2003
exclent soundboard quality

linenage : cdr trade -> easy CD-DA Extractor -> Flac level 8 -> DIME -> You

Disc 1 is early show live at the Fillmore East, New York, Oct. 5 (or 4?) 1968.
Disc 2 is from their late show on the same date.

Setlist:

Disc 1 : (40:46)
101. Life (3:11)
102. Color Me True (6:02)
103. It Won’t Be Long (7:11)
104. Are You Ready (6:28)
105. Dance to the Music (12:03)
106. M’Lady (5:49)

Disc 2 : (54:06)
201. M’ Lady (4:55)
202. Color Me True (3:03)
203. Are You Ready? (7:59)
204. It Won’t Be Long (7:46)
205. Color Me True (6:22)
206. Dance to the Music (11:17)
207. Love City (5:34)
208. Turn Me Loose (5:10)
209. Outro (1:56)

Artworks included.

Enjoy the show~!! 🙂

Bootleg Bonanza: Prince – Franciscology

prince-francis

Prince
Franciscology
San Francisco, CA
02/15/04
New York, City, NY
04/20/04

Download MP3

Disk 1 –
02/15/04
Keyboard Intro
The Beautiful Ones
Nothing Compares 2 U
Insatiable
Sign O the Times
Pass the Peas
The Question of U
Twins in My Bed
The One Fallin’
Let’s Work
U Got the Look
Life O the Party
Uptown Up
Soul Man
Kiss
Take Me With U

Disk 2
02/15/04 (Cont)

Funky Intro Jam
I Wanna Take You Higher
There Was a Time
Days of Wild
America
Psychoticbumpschool
House Party
No Diggity
Musicology
Down by the Riverside

04/20/04
Musicology
Dear Mr. Man
Cream
I Cold Take the Place of Your Man
Sweet Thing
Proud Mary
Sometimes it Snows in April

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Miles Davis – New York, NY (07/01/75)

Miles Davis - Avery Fisher Hall 1975

Miles Davis Septet
July 1, 1975
Avery Fisher Hall
New York, NY

Download: FLAC/MP3

Project ID – lmpp326

Miles Davis (tpt, org); Sam Morrison (ss, ts, fl); Pete Cosey (g, perc); Reggie Lucas (g); Michael Henderson (el-b); Al Foster (d); James Mtume Forman (cga, perc)

Source: “Band Recording”

Lineage: “Unknown”

disc 1

First Set:

d1t01. Warming Up/Turnaroundphrase
d1t02. Tune in 5
d1t03. Maiysha
d1t04. Unknown (Untitled original F, Untitled #19, Untitled original 750505)

Second Set:

d1t05. Right Off
d1t06. Mtume
d1t07. Latin (Lovin’ You)
d1t08. Ife

Notes:

– bass notes distorted and sound severly overloaded
– stereo recording with strong monaural characteristics
– noticeable hum which seems anti-correlated with keyboard during set 1

– d1t03: 2:05 might be either a very quick transition by the band or a splice/cut in tape; 17:37 tape flip/gap

– d1t05: 12:17 might be a small gap in music or quick transition

– d1t06: 7:01 gap in tape / unknown amount of music missing

– d1t08: fades out, unknown amount of music missing

– the two sources QC’ed for this date originated from the same digital transfer though they have different md5 and related signatures
they differ by the amount of zero padding at the start and at the set break between tracks 4 and 5, so only this source is used.
after adjusting there are then 2 locations (other than gap between sets) where for less than a frame there are minor differences. At these two locations neither recording sounds like it has a blemish.
d1t04: ~ 1:47, d1t08: ~ 5:38

– QC by mfv