Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Detroit, MI (01/08/73)

BR 1973-01-08 COVER INSIDE A version

Neil Young
01-08-1973, Cobo Hall
Detroit, Michigan
w/ the Stray Gators

Download: FLAC/MP3

Taper: BR
Location: unknown
Equipment: unknown
RAW Version: BR Analog Audience Master > Dragon > CD-R > EAC > WAV > TLH(8) > DIME
Artwork: supplied and produced by Agovigli

This boot contains the original RAW files plus two different edited versions which breaks down like so.

A. Direct Transfer of the BR Analog Master (no editing whatsoever)
B. Fully edited version of the BR Master by Reel Records
C. Four tracks containing two tracks from different master to make a “edited concert-version” from two masters containing “Borrowed Tune” and a clearer “Are You Ready For The Country”

The FLAC files contain everything and the MP3s are broken up into separate edits, each of which contain their own text files explaining the edits.

Disk 1
1. On The Way Home
2. Tell Me Why
3. LA
4. I Am A Child
5. Love In Mind
6. Sugar Mountain
Borrowed Tune ———-[ missing on BR Master ]
8. Out On The Weekend
9. Harvest
10. Heart Of Gold

Disk 2
1. Band tune-up
2. Times Fades Away
3. Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere
4. New Mama
5. Come Along And Say You Will
6. Alabama
7. Cinnamon Girl
8. Don’t Be Denied
9. Lookout Joe
10. Last Dance
11. Are You Ready For The Country?—— [ muffled sound on BR Master ]


Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young & The Stray Gators – Toronto, Canada (01/15/73)

Neil Young & Stray Gators
Maple Leaf Gardens,Toronto,Canada
January 15, 1973

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 On the way home ***
02 Tell me why
03 L.A.
04 Journey through the past
05 Borrowed tune
06 Lonely weekend
07 Harvest
08 Old man
09 Heart of gold
10 Lonely weekend
11 Everybody knows this is Nowhere
12 Time Fades Away ***
13 New Mama
14 Alabama
15 Last dance
16 Don’t be denied
17 Cinnamon girl
18 Lookout Joe
19 Southern Man
20 Are you ready for the Country (Patched from Filtered version)

*** Parts replaced for diginoises problem

Total Lenght = 01:36:24

Analag master>DAT>DAT

Transfered 02/10/2010 by AV

Lineage : DAT MASH SV DA-10>Optical cable>M-AUDIO Audiophile Firewire>FIREWIRE>PC>GOLDWAVE (16 bit 48 Khz) – NO Equalization – Resample at 16 bit 44.1 Khz – Tracks Split > (+ Patch parts from other sources) > FLAC Encoded with FLAC FRONTED (Level 6) >TLH Md5 + Fingerprint

From the original uploader:

This is a DAT clone reiceved in the 90’s, and 1st time transfered.
I noted that some versions of this show was shared in different way :
1) from the bootleg CD Lonely Week-end (incomplete) 76 minutes
2) a complete version (Generation unknown CDR version) but using lots of filter to avoid the noises at the point that sound seems go out from a tube (About 91 minute)
3) a complete version with some cuts during the talks (Generation unknown – taken from analog tapes) – unprocessed (with all the noises) – but inferior quality at my ears.

My version come from a DAT clone of the analog master but with diginoises in “On the WAy Home” & “Time fades Away” + last song “Are you ready for the Country” was missing.

So I replaced and patched those songs with the tracks taken from the Bootleg CD “Lonely Week-end”, and added the last song “Are you Ready For the Country”
from the filtered version and applyed a bit of equalization to sound similar at the all tracks of my transfer.

At the end Here to you the best in terms of sound quality and the more complete version of the Maple Leaf Gardens ’73 show

Hope you enjoy

A. V.

NB = Art covers enclosed by aV

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young & The Stray Gators – Buffalo, NY (01/14/73)

Neil Young with the Stray Gators
Memorial Auditorium
Buffalo, New York
Jan. 14, 1973

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc One

Dance, Dance, Dance
Tell Me Why
Journey Through the Past
Borrowed Tune
Out On the Weekend
Old Man
Heart of Gold
Come Along and Say You Will
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Time Fades Away
New Mama

Disc Two

Last Dance
Don’t Be Denied
Cinnamon Girl
Lookout Joe
Southeren Man
Are You Ready For the Country

From the original uploader:

Unknown generation of an audience recording.
Very decent sounding source with very little crowd noise.
Slight noticeable microphone noises. Slight tape hiss.
I have changed the track starting points to the beginning of the songs.
As a footnote:
Sugar Mountain website lists “Cowgirl In the Sand” as being the 6th song played. I believe this may be in error as I can tell of no interuption between the two existing tracks.And the tour setlists before and after this date do seem to coincide with this setlist.