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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16500 on: December 02, 2023, 08:29:25 AM »
Grateful Dead
September 21, 1993
Madison Square Garden
New York City

A Monkeyface Production

Camera, Field Recording, Capture, Edit, Encode, Audio Synchronization, and DVD Authoring: Markiki

Video: AUD (Tripod) > Master
Master: JVC Single Tube Camera > 0 Decks > Panasonic AG-7400 > S-VHS Master
Transfer: S-VHS Master > Panasonic AG-7150 > Canopus ADVC-100 > iMac Core 2 Duo > Final Cut Pro 6 > Compressor 3 > DVD Studio Pro 4 > DVD5
[NTSC, 4:3, 720x480, 29.97 fps, 8.2 Mbps]

Audio: SBD > Dat > Sonic Solutions > CD > EAC > FLAC
Converted By Charlie Miller; charliemiller87@earthlink.net; 3/25/05
[LPCM, 16 Bit, 48 kHz, 1.5 Mbps]

DVD 1 - Set 1
Tuning
Hell in a Bucket
Bertha
The Same Thing
Peggy-O
Broken Arrow
Tennessee Jed
The Music Never Stopped
[51:28]

DVD 2 - Set 2
Tuning
Here Comes Sunshine
Way to Go Home
Playing in the Band
Terrapin Station
Jam
Drums
[52:12]

DVD 3 - Set 2
Space
The Last Time
Stella Blue
Sugar Magnolia
The Weight
[39:49]

Jerry Garcia - Guitar
Mickey Hart - Drums
Bill Kreutzmann - Drums
Phil Lesh - Bass
Bob Weir - Guitar
Vince Welnick - Keyboards
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16501 on: December 02, 2023, 02:33:19 PM »
THE METERS
TRAMPS,NYC
MAY 15,1993

ART NEVILLE
GEORGE PORTER
LEO NOCENTELLI
RUSSELL BATISTE

CD1
EARLY SHOW

1. INTRO BY ART'S DAUGHTER > ? >
2. HANG 'EM HIGH >
3. THEY ALL ASK'D FOR YOU
4. CHANGE REFORM >
5. BIG CHIEF
6. CISSY STRUT >
7. SATURDAY NIGHT FISH FRY >
8. LOVE THE ONE YOU'RE WITH >
9. SOUL ISLAND >
10. PEOPLE GET READY

CD2
EARLY SHOW ( CONT )

1. PEOPLE SAY
2. CROWD
3. DO YOU WANNA DANCE >
4. LOVEY DOVEY ( ? ) >
5. TIPITINA >
6. JUNCO PARTNER >
7. HEY BARTENDER

LATE SHOW
8. FUNKY MIRACLE >
9. JUST KISSED MY BABY >
10. JUNGLE MAN >
11. NEW ORLEANS >
12. LOOK KA PY PY

CD3
LATE SHOW ( CONT )

1. KNOCKIN' ON HEAVEN'S DOOR
2. FIYO ON THE BAYOU >
3. AFRICA >
4. THANK YOU FALETTINME// BE MICE ELF AGIN >
5. JAMABALAYA >
6. BASS SOLO >
7. HAND JIVE >
8. YOU'VE GOT TO GIVE IT UP
9. CROWD
10. AINT NO USE

SB > SONY TC-D5M > TDK MA110 METAL CASSETTE MASTERS NO DOLBY >
PHILIPS CDR870 > AUDIO CD > SONY SCREENBLAST EXTRACTION >
COOL EDIT > CD WAVE EDITOR > FLAC
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16502 on: December 03, 2023, 09:44:00 AM »
Leonard Cohen
July 30th, 1993 (Friday)
Royal Theatre
Victoria, B.C.

"The Kevin Davie Memorial Series" - Release #90b

24 bit 96 khz HiRes

Recorded by:  Kevin Davie (R.I.P.)
Sony ECM-909 stereo condenser mic in hat > Sony WM D6C Professional Recording Walkman (Dolby off) > Maxell XL-II S 90

Transferred by:  AudioArchivist (2023)
Master cassettes > Nakamichi BX-300 > R-09HR @ 24 bit 96 khz

Mastered by:  LeifH (2023)
Raw tape sides > iZotope RX > Wavepad > TLH > FLAC 8

Setlist:  02:41:50
01 Dance Me to the End of Love
02 The Future
03 Ain't No Cure for Love
04 Bird on the Wire
05 Everybody Knows
06 Anthem
07 There is a War //cut
-tape flip-
08 There is a War \\cont'd
09 First We Take Manhattan
-intermission-
10 Avalanche
11 Suzanne
12 Tower of Song
13 Democracy
14 Waiting for the Miracle //cut
-tape flip-
15 Waiting for the Miracle \\cont'd
16 I'm Your Man
17 Joan of Arc
18 Closing Time
-tape flip-
19 Sisters of Mercy
20 Passing Through
21 Coming Back to You
22 Take This Waltz //cut
-tape flip-
23 Take This Waltz \\cont'd
24 I Tried to Leave You
25 Whither Thou Goest

Leonard Cohen's last performance before a 15 year break.  He left the public eye and moved to the Mount Baldy Zen Center near Los Angeles where he was ordained as a Zen Buddhist Monk in 1996, spending 5 years in seclusion.  Cohen eventually returned to the stage in 2008. 

Kevin recorded this historic concert amongst a very respectful audience.  However, he did not time any of the tape flips and simply let each side run out, so there are a few cuts.  There is a change in sound during the first song, very likely caused by moving the bias setting and/or Dolby switches on the recorder.  It sounds like the recording starts off with both switches in the upper position (Normal Type I + Dolby C) and suddenly they are moved to Kevin's usual settings (Chrome Type II + Dolby off). 


The Kevin Davie Memorial Series

This series is in memory of Kevin Davie who died suddenly 31 March 2016. Kevin was an avid taper & recorded many concerts mainly in Vancouver, Victoria & Toronto. All these recordings have been sourced directly from Kevinís master cassettes. With thanks to Mary Davie, Kevinís Mother for allowing us access to all of Kevinís masters. This is a joint venture between DGB, Dennis Orr, Seth Meister, Leif H & John MacMillan. Kevin was a dear friend of mine & helped me greatly when I first moved to Canada in June 1994 for which I will forever be grateful. He had a great sense of humour. He was always happy to remind me of Ray Cooperís percussion solo that I had to endure at the end of all the Eric Clapton shows I went to in the 90s (there were many!). He did an excellent job in impersonating Mr. Cooper! Kevin had a great taste in music & shared my love of the blues. We hope that you enjoy these releases & that we can continue Kevinís legacy for many years to come. You left this world way too soon. Rest in peace my friend.

DGB


Kevin and I had plans to post some of his shows himself. After downloading and seeding torrents for a while, he needed the ratio boost! haha. He had taped and traded for years through the mail, but hadn't gone digital with his own collection yet. We had begun to work on some of his shows and had plans to do more, when we had a bit of a dust up over something silly. Sadly, we never had the chance to mend fences together before he passed. He was a good friend and I miss him a lot. Hopefully, through this series of shows, Kevin's memory can be properly honoured and that he can continue to leave a lasting legacy with the recordings that he left behind. I also hope that when I go beyond this world that my master cassette collection that I haven't gotten to will find a similar new home with trader's and collectors and fans everywhere, too...

Audioarchivist


Please see the included "Kevin Davie info" folder for obituaries, etc.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16503 on: December 03, 2023, 02:45:00 PM »
Pink Floyd

Title: University Of Essex
Date: 12 February, 1971
Location: Lecture Theater, University of Essex, Colchester, England
Source: A[2] > CDR [2] > EAC > WAV > SHN > WAV > Soundforge 8.0 > WAV > FLAC
Quality: VG+
Editted using Soundforge 8.0 by Spectre [2006]

Disc One:
1. Atom Heart Mother             16:40
2. The Embryo                11:33
3. Careful With That Axe, Eugene       12:10
4. Astronomy Domine              9:06
Total:   49:29

Disc Two:
1. Cymbaline                11:25
2. Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun    13:27
3. A Saucerful Of Secrets          17:41
Total:   42:33

Total: 92:02

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Seeded by: fatoldpig /Nov 2005 (thanks to the person who shared)

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A real nice show, but some of the track transitions were a bit rough, so I
smoothed them out, cleaned up a pop here and there, aligned to sector boundaries,
and converted to FLAC. Nothing else was done to the files. Enjoy!
[Spectre - 2006]

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For trade only, do not sell.
Do not encode as MP3 or any other lossy format and redistribute.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16504 on: December 04, 2023, 11:47:53 AM »
Jefferson Starship
2000-07-26
Higher Ground,
Winooski, VT

Soundboard - Part of the Higher Ground (Winooski) Archive project.

Recorder : Sony PCM R500 DAT
Post : Sony PCM R500 > Sound Devices MixPre6 (1st gen) [@24/48]
Every transfer was processed with Magix AudioLab Premium using: Level Correction, Stereo Enhancer (broaden stereo image) and Graphic EQ (Hi-Fi for music) as well as fade in/fade outs.
flac 24/44.1


01 tuning and banter
02 St. Charles
03 We Should Be Together
04 Wont You Try/Saturday Afternoon
05 Borderland
06 Count On Me
07 J.P.P. McStep Blues
08 Sketches Of China
09 Good Shepherd
10 Hey Fredrick
11 Miracles
12 Hearts
13 Blows Against The Empire Suite
    a. Sunrise
    b. Hijack
    c. Have You Seen The Stars?
    d. Starship
14 Eskimo Blue Day
15 Wooden Ships
16 Somebody To Love
17 Volunteers
-Encore-
18 Comin' Back To Me
19 White Rabbit
20 Crown Of Creation

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16505 on: December 04, 2023, 02:20:58 PM »
David Bromberg & Friends
9-28-02
Harvest Festival Pickin' Pad-Fairburn ,GA

sbd>dat>cdr>eac>shn
deck and transfer info unknown

Set 1
1. Sweet Potato Vine (5:17)
2. Jitterbug (6:11)
3. Hot Corn, Cold Corn (4:56)
4. Blues Jam in G (5:13)
5. Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues (8:58)
6. ??? (8:55)
7. I Like To Sleep Late In the Morning (6:12)
8. Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad (7:49)
9. The Main Street Moan (7:01)
10. Rollin' and Tumblin' (6:38)
Total Time (67:10)

w/ Curtis Burch,Papa Mali, and J.J. From 'mofro'

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16506 on: December 04, 2023, 03:40:23 PM »
the Psychedelic Furs 
August 15, 1986 -
Pier 84,
Hudson River Park,
New York City, NY 
"1986 World Tour" 
"Miller Time Concerts On the Pier" 
"Miller Music On the Pier" 
(TapeTyrant Master Series Volume 42) 

01. Heartbreak Beat
02. Love My Way
03. Midnight To Midnight
04. Sister Europe
05. Sleep Comes Down
06. Shock
07. President Gas
08. Pretty In Pink
09. Forever Now
10. Into You Like a Train >
11. India 

Richard Butler (Richard Lofthouse Butler) - vox
John Ashton (John Geza Ashton) - guitars
Tim Butler (Timothy George Butler) - bass guitar
Mars Williams - saxophone
Paul Garisto - drums, percussion
Marty Williamson - rhythm guitar
Roger O'Donnell - keys

(TapeTyrant Master Series Volume 42) 
Recording: NAK 300's > Sony TC-D5
Transfer: Master Cassette > Nakamichi DR-01 (azimuth adjusted) > Sound Devices USBPre2 > iZotope RX 8 / ozone 9 (mastered) > xACT 2.50 > FLAC

mjk5510 NOTES: 
--Known Faults:  Missing first part of the show (~25 minutes);  "Heartbreak Beat" - joined in progress;  "President Gas" - start slightly cut
--Welcome to Volume 42 of our master series featuring the master recordings of dime member "tapetyrant". The series will predominately feature captures in the Northeast and Southern California areas. We will touch on multiple genres with a strong focus on Jazz Fusion, New Wave and Rock.
--Tapetyrant was an active taper in the 1980's and much of the 1990's before, like many of us, hanging up the mics. What he captured during that time is uniformly excellent quality and his master tapes have been safely stored, the first batch are in pristine condition. Some shows may circulate from lower generation copies but most have remained uncirculated until now and have never circulated directly from the masters.
--Prior to DAT, the heavy lifting was entirely done by a Sony D5 with NAK 300's and taping was serious business, acquiring the best seats possible and working to keep neighbors in check.
--Our second Psychedelic Furs show of the series at one of TapeTyrant's favorite taping venues, TapeTyrant rarely makes even an average tape at this venue and this is no exception however, probably being a bit too mentally prepared for the show resulted in missing the first 5 or 6 songs as the taper's old nemesis, the pause button, was mistakenly engaged. 
--After this error in button management is corrected we get an excellent capture of the last hour of the show.
--Thanks as always to Goody for invaluable pitch guidance.
--Continued thanks to "tapetyrant" for doing such a great job capturing these important shows, for reaching out and entrusting me to present his excellent work for all to enjoy for decades to come. We are indebted to his generosity (tapers don't let those tapes and your hard work get lost to the ages, there are plenty of folks to get in touch with here to help get them out, we're all working to leave no tape behind). 
--Artwork and samples included.

mjk5510 and tapetyrant 

vanillag NOTES (1/14/2023): 
--Super BIG Thanks to TapeTyrant for recording & sharing this the Psychedelic Furs 1986 show & to mjk5510 for the transfer & share & to goody for his part in the pitch process.  Absolutely appreciated & sounds super nice!! 
--According to mjk5510, probably these six songs were missed:  Heartbeat;  Here Come Cowboys;  Alice's House;  Shadow In My Heart;  Highwire Days;  Heaven 
--"Heartbreak Beat" is only missing a tad in the very beginning & is joined well before the first lyrics are sung
--"President Gas" is also only missing a tad in the very beginning & is joined well before the first lyrics are sung
--not sure if there was no encores played or if there is a very clever splice after "President Gas" (because on other setlists for this tour, the encores started with "Pretty In Pink")
--Pier 84 is on 12th Avenue & 44th Street. From 1981 until 1988, it served as a concert venue from the former Schaefer Music Festival. Headline acts such as the Clash, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, and Hot Tuna performed on the pier. Opened under Hudson River Park in 2006, it is the largest public pier in the park.  The pier also houses a water-themed playground, part of Hudson River Park.  In addition, Pier 84 is a stop for New York Water Taxi & has a bicycle rental shop and other businesses serving primarily tourists. 
--https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hudson_River_Park#:~:text=Pier%2084%20is%20on%2012th,public%20pier%20in%20the%20park.
--In 1977, Dr.Pepper assumed sponsorship of the "Schaefer Music Festival in Central Park" concert series, renamed the "Dr.Pepper Central Park Music Festival". Due to residential noise complaints, this series was moved to Pier 84 on the West Side in 1981. The festival name was changed to "Dr.Pepper Music Festival" after the move away from Central Park in 1981. In 1983 Miller Brewing Company took over sponsorship with the name "Miller Time Concerts On the Pier" until 1988. In 1989 Reebok took over sponsorship of the concert series at Pier 84, renamed "Reebok Riverstage", which lasted through 1990.
--https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schaefer_Music_Festival
--added the band members info & some more detail to the setlist
--added the ffp fingerprints to the text file 
--added more detail to the venue info 
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16507 on: December 05, 2023, 06:42:11 AM »
Pink Floyd 1968-08-11 Top Gear from archive (24bit/96kHz)

Pink Floyd
Top Gear broadcast on 1968-08-11
Recorded on 1968-06-25 at 201 Piccadilly, Studio 1
11 August 1968


Lineage: BBC Archive Reels > Revox reel to reel player > Aiwa 1990s auto reverse cassette recorder > Unbranded multi-use cassette > Sony Pro WM-DC6 > That's MGX-90 metal cassette (1996) > *Technics RS-B965-M > Focusrite Saffire Pro 14 > Audacity 1.3 > FLAC (24bit/96kHz)

xACT used to create FFP
*The Technics RS-B965-M is a modified deck - for details see the Tapeheads.net forum

01 The Murderotic Woman or Careful With That Axe, Eugene
02 The Massed Gadgets of Hercules
03 Let There Be More Light
04 Julia Dream


Total running time 20 mins 51 secs

A raw, single channel transfer of an indirect tape recording off the BBC master reel of this well known session. All of John Peel's comments are present.

Neonknight, October 2012
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16508 on: December 05, 2023, 07:48:12 AM »
Zero
Roseland Ballroom
Portland, OR
March 7, 1993


Source: Neumann Km254's XY Front stg cntr, AKG C61's Spaced Omnis Stg Sides, vocals and saxophone direct > DAT Master (48k) - from the collection of Chief via David McGee .
Transfer: DAT  > Sony PCM-R500 > Tascam SS-CDR200 > wav 16/48 - transfer by Charlie Miller.
Lineage: wav > iZotope RX 10 Advanced > CD Wave > Flac 1648


Set I

01   Cole's Law >
02   Tangled Hangers
03   Highway 61
04   Home On The Range
05   Forever Is Nowhere >
06   Mercury Blues


Set II

01   End Of The World Blues
02   Catalina
03   Rigor Mortis >
04   Drums >
05   Gregg's Eggs
06   banter/tuning/band intros
07   Like A Rolling Stone
08   Chance In A Million
09   Little Wing



Steve Kimock - guitars
Judge Murphy - vocals
Martin Fierro - saxophone, percussion
Pete Sears - keyboards, vocals
Liam Hanrahan - bass
Greg Anton - drums
??? - percussion


Thanks to Chief and David McGee for this source.

Thanks to Charlie Miller for the transfer.

edited and mastered
SIRMick
January 2023
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16509 on: December 05, 2023, 12:38:11 PM »
edie brickell & newbohemians
1989-09-23 sbd
shoreline amphitheatre
mountain view ca

this is the steve boyd conversion of mark durham's master cassette...

steve almost surely used a nakamichi mr1 cassette deck into an unknown
stand alone cd burner...

i extracted the wav file from the cd using nero cd dae...

extracted, tracked and flac'd by john white...


soundcheck
01. jam
02. he said
03. black and blue


01. black and blue
02. nothing
03. mama help me
04. she
05. air of december
06. what i am
07. love like we do
08. drums
09. keep coming back
10. strange thing (cuts)
11. strange thing

strange thing cuts off on this recording, but i believe it continues at the beginning
of the cal expo show...   you can faintly hear black and blue underneath the end
of strange thing, which would happen if it were taped over the beginning of the cal
expo show...   what happens is the tape deck's erase head doesn't fully erase
what was on the tape as it recorded over it...

i think that they were using side b of the cal expo tape to record shoreline, and
when the tape ran out at shoreline they flipped the tape, recording over the
beginning of cal expo...

i have included the ending of strange thing in this file set...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16510 on: December 05, 2023, 02:18:35 PM »
*** AT WIFE'S REQUEST MORE EDIE ***

edie brickell & new bohemians
1989-08-13 sbd
deer creek music center
noblesville in

this is the steve boyd conversion of mark durham's master cassette...

steve almost surely used a nakamichi mr1 cassette deck into an unknown
stand alone cd burner...

i extracted the wav file from the cd using nero cd dae...

extracted, tracked and flac'd by john white...


01. little miss s
02. nothing
03. beat the time
04. she
05. mama help me
06. air of december
07. what i am
08. love like we do
09. drums
10. keep coming back
11. black and blue
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16511 on: Today at 10:08:13 AM »
Radiohead

From Feb 23 1993
The Bends
Prove Yourself
Rhinestone Cowboy
Stop Whispering
Anyone Can Play Guitar

From Feb 21 1995
High & Dry
Fake Plastic Trees
Street Spirit
You
Planet Telex
Creep


Quality : Very good

CD>WAV>FLAC>Torrent
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16512 on: Today at 11:19:33 AM »
Renee Rosnes Quartet
Saturno Supper Club
Vancouver Jazz Festival, BC
1990-06-xx

Renee Rosnes - piano
Steve Wilson - sop & alto sax
James Genus - acoustic bass
Willis Drummond - drums

Setlist:
01. 8/4 Beat (Bobby Hutchison) (8:35)
02. For the Moment (Renee Rosnes) (11:06)
03. Mr.Gentle and Mr.Cool (McCoy Tyner) (10:02)
04. Four in One (Thelonious Monk)(12:33)
05. Thinking to Myself (Renee Rosnes) (11:34)

Total Time: 53:50

Lineage/source: CBC-CBOF fm "Jazz sur le Vif" (airdate '1992-02-xx) FM Master
fm> JVC-D830-U Stereo Hifi VCR> BASF(VHS)-120> RealtekAC'97 soundcard> Polderbits sound recorder> Polderbits sound editor> wav> flac(7)(asb)

330 MB flac
Sound Quality A+
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #16513 on: Today at 12:24:43 PM »
Artist: Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett
Date: 03 December 2010
Location: Kahului, Maui, Hawaii
Venue: McCoy Studio Theater at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Lineage: Audio Reality binaural mics > bbox > Sony RH1 (HiSP 256kbps) > Sonic Stage to PC/WAV (16/44.1) > RX9/Ozone9 > flac16

Maui's own Hutch Hutchinson (Bonnie Raitt's band and others) joined the Paul & Fred Acoustic Duo for a good portion of this show.

Recording Notes: These are the original files that were seeded elsewhere back in 2010. However, for this recording, nearby clapping as well as some audience noise has been attenuated. In addition, Paul & Fred's banter between several songs was very low in volume both at the show and in the 2010 seed. Clip Gain was used to boost the between song discussions in an unobtrusive manner.

As usual, take it if you need it, if not just pass it on.

Aloha from Maui,
nassau73

01 Intro
02 Ain't Had Enough Fun
03 Honest Man
04 Hate To Lose Your Lovin'
05 Fool Yourself
06 Two Trains Runnin' >   
07 Rocket In My Pocket
08 All That You Dream
09 Sailing Shoes *
10 Roll Um Easy *
11 Willin' *
12 Don't Bogart That Joint *
13 Long Black Veil > *
14 The Weight *
15 Down On the Farm > *
16 Candyman *
Encores
17 Feets Don't Fail Me Now
18 And We Bid You Goodnight
19 Dixie Chicken *

* w/ Hutch Hutchinson
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