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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15750 on: May 22, 2023, 08:19:52 AM »
Rush
Phillips Arena
Atlanta, GA
10/13/2002

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Here is a monitor mix (mono) from the Vapor Trails tour. Monitor mixes are sent wirelessly to each band member, who listen through an earpiece. It's not clear to me if the source is directly from the soundboard or if it was intercepted by a scanner, but my best guess is the latter. While the sound is mono (indicative of scanners), the sound is consistently clear and fuller than I'd expect from a scanner source. Regardless, this is an absolutely superb recording of Rush on their Vapor Trails tour. The original source has been remastered and the new sound is very clear with nice depth and punch. While the low end isn't nearly as bottomless as "Rio" you can hear every detail here (including Geddy's impromptu cough in the first verse of "Limelight"). One of the nice things about this show is the band were playing their "B" setlist, which included "Between Sun And Moon", "Vital Signs", "Ceiling Unlimited" and the Monty Python break at end of "Big Money" (instead of The Simpsons). If you're looking for a great sounding show from this tour, definitely check this out!  - Ant

Produced by: Ant@Rushtrader.com
Mastering by: Atelemetry.com
Artwork By: Bobbysbrane.com

CD 1:
01. The Three Stooges Intro (1:01)
02. Tom Sawyer (4:58)
03. Distant Early Warning (5:01)
04. New World Man (4:10)
05. Roll the Bones (6:45)
06. Earthshine (5:40)
07. YYZ (5:05)
08. The Pass (4:58)
09. Bravado (6:19)
10. The Big Money (6:33)
11. Between Sun and Moon (4:46)
12. Vital Signs (4:54)
13. Natural Science (8:43)

CD 2:
01. Intro (4:40)
02. One Little Victory (5:32)
03. Driven (5:46)
04. Ceiling Unlimited (5:35)
05. Secret Touch (7:05)
06. Dreamline (5:18)
07. Red Sector A (5:19)
08. Leave That Thing Alone! (5:02)
09. The Rhythm Method (8:39)

CD 3:
01. Resist (4:55)
02. 2112: Overture > The Temples Of Syrinx (6:59)
03. Limelight (4:28)
04. La Villa Strangiato (10:08)
05. The Spirit of Radio (6:57)
06. By-Tor and the Snow Dog (4:46)
07. Cygnus X-1 (3:15)
08. Working Man (5:34)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15751 on: May 22, 2023, 12:15:44 PM »
The Smiths
"The Festival Of The Tenth Summer"
G-Mex Centre
Manchester, England
July 19, 1986


Setlist:

01. Intro: The March Of The Capulets
02. Bigmouth Strikes Again
03. Panic
04. Vicar In A Tutu
05. Frankly, Mr. Shankly
06. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
07. Ask
08. I Want The One I Can't Have
09. Cemetry Gates
10. Shakespeare's Sister
11. Stretch Out And Wait
12. That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore
13. The Queen Is Dead
14. I Know It's Over
15. Hand In Glove


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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15752 on: May 22, 2023, 01:13:49 PM »
the Neville Brothers 
1992-10-20 -
Cirkus,
Djurgården, Stockholm, Sweden 

01. Mojo Hannah
02. Yellow Moon
03. Bird On a Wire
04. With God On Our Side
05. Everybody Plays the Fool
06. Tell It Like It Is >
07. Congo Square
08. Brother Jake
09. Brother John / Iko Iko > #
10. Rock & Roll (Play It In a Creole Way) **
11. Rock & Roll Medley: Johnny B.Goode > Bony Moronie > Slow Down > Rip It Up > Oh, Boy! //

#=splice in the middle of tune from a tape flip (see mossa Notes below)
**=w/ band intros during tune

Aaron Joseph Neville - percussion, vox
Cyril Garrett Neville - percussion, vox
Art Neville (Arthur Lanon Neville Jr.) - keys, vox
Charles Neville - saxophone, b.vox
Willie Green - drums, percussion
Eric Struthers - guitars, b.vox
Daryl Johnson - bass, b.vox

analog master fm recording (tape provided by TL)
digital transfer 2022-08 (24-48)

mossa Notes: 
--incomplete show (complete broadcast)
--"Iko Iko" cuts in middle (tape flip; repaired to my best)
--"Rip It Up" fades out (actually it gets to a first lyric of "Oh, Boy!" before fading out)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15753 on: May 22, 2023, 02:27:12 PM »
DOOBIE BROTHERS
ALPINE VALLEY
EAST TROY, WI (USA)
JULY 20, 1979
WTTW CHICAGO BROADCAST
VHS MASTER FROM THE KRW_CO COLLECTION

LINEAGE WTTW 11 CHICAGO BROADCAST TO VHS MASTER TO DVD NTSC
KRW TRANSFER USING A JVC PRO VHS DECK WITH MONSTER CABLE TO
A PANASONIC STAND ALONE BURNER IN XP MODE ON A MAXELL GOLD DVD-R

video attributes from gspot

VIDEO/TV SYSTEM: ntsc 29.97 fps
VIDEO BITRATE: 8774 kbps
ASPECT RATIO: 4:3
SYS BITRATE: 10080 kb/s vbr
AUDIO CODEC: ac3
AUDIO BITRATE: 384 kbps 48000hz stereo

TOTAL TIME 58 MIN 55 SEC

THE BAND
Patrick Simmons  guitars banjo flute vocals
John McFee  guitars violin vocals
Tiran Porter  bass vocals
Michael McDonald  keyboards vocals
Keith Knudsen  drums percussion vocals
Chet McCracken  drums percussion
Cornelius Bumpus saxophone flute keyboards vocals

SET LIST
TAKE ME IN YOUR ARMS
CLEAR AS THE DRIVEN SNOW
DON'T STOP TO WATCH THE WHEELS
MINUTE BY MINUTE
JESUS IS JUST ALRIGHT
LONG TRAIN RUNNIN
DEPENDING ON YOU
BLACK WATER
PAT & JOHN ACOUSTIC GUITAR INSTRUMENTAL
TAKIN` IT TO THE STREETS
CHINA GROVE
WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES
LISTEN TO THE MUSIC
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15754 on: May 23, 2023, 06:23:41 AM »
TALKING HEADS
The Jabberwocky
Syracuse NY
10-13-1977
Late Show

01 radio announcers
02 Love -> Building On Fire
03 Uh Oh Love Comes to Town
04 Don't Worry About the Government
05 Take Me to the River
06 The Book I Read
07 New Feeling
08 Let's Work (A Clean Break)
09 Stay Hungry
10 Thank You for Sending Me an Angel
11 Who Is It?
12 Pulled Up
13 No Compassion
14 Psycho Killer
15 I'm Not in Love
16 Love Is All Around

Source: WAER-FM > ? > Cassette (circa early 80s), tape kindly provided by Jem.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15755 on: May 23, 2023, 07:33:50 AM »
Heart
1979-06-03
Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, Washington

FM > unknown > CDR > xACT > WAV > FLAC


01. Intro.
02. Cook With Fire
03. Heartless
04. Devil Delight
05. Straight On
06. Mistral Wind
07. Dog and Butterfly
08. Silver Wheels
09. Crazy On You
10. Magic Man
11. Barracuda
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15756 on: May 23, 2023, 08:36:26 AM »
Blues Traveler
Barnard Springfest
New York, NY
1989-04-14

Source:   Nak CM-100 ("flat") + SBD (see notes) > D5 by Luke McCormick
Transfer: MC (XLIIS-90) > Nak Dragon > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.6 MHz) > Tascam HRE > PCM @ 2496
Master:   Wavelab 11 (split tracks, correct phase shift, reimage to stereo, tracking, DDI Codec (Dolby B @ -29.6 dBFS), levels / Ozone Vintage Limiter, resample, Lin dither) > FLAC 1644

Thanks to Luke McCormick for taping and loaning his cassette to be digitized

Set I
01. Set I intro
02. Rock Me Baby
03. Out Of My Hands * >
04. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
05. banter
06. 100 Years *
07. Alone
08. Set I outro

Set II
09. Cleopatra's Cat #$% >
10. Gotta Get Mean $% >
11. Gloria $% >
12. Gotta Get Mean $%
13. But Anyway $%
14. Hard To Exist $%
15. stage announcement
16. Mother Funker

* with Roger Fox on flute
# with Chris Barron (Spin Doctors) on vocals
$ with Avram Lavinsky (Dreamspeak) on keys
% with Gordon Clay (Dreamspeak; Groove Collective) on percussion

These files are a direct transfer from the master cassette made by Luke McCormick at Barnard Springfest on Friday, April 14, 1989.  This is a significant improvement over SHNID # 13921, which is a C(2) version of the same recording.

The tape captures Blues Traveler as its career was taking off.  The band had been playing for a while with members of Dreamspeak and the Spin Doctors at a Columbia fraternity, Delta Phi, and was playing local clubs like Nightingales, Mondo Perso, 712 Club, and Wetlands (opened February 1989), as well as free concerts in Prospect Park and at local colleges (RealityFest at SUNY Albany was the following day, the 15th). 

The taper, a member of the Phi and friend of the band, decided to "matrix" the SBD and AUD feeds by recording each to a separate channels, but this resulted in a 12 ms delay between channels.  This delay is audible and present in all other circulating recordings.  Here, the delay has been removed and each mono feed mixed to stereo.  (From the start through Rock Me Baby, the SBD feed was barely present and thus the first two tracks are mostly AUD.)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15757 on: May 23, 2023, 08:51:47 AM »
Blues Traveler
Barnard Springfest
New York, NY
1989-04-14

Source:   Nak CM-100 ("flat") + SBD (see notes) > D5 by Luke McCormick
Transfer: MC (XLIIS-90) > Nak Dragon > Tascam DA-3000 (DSF 1-bit/5.6 MHz) > Tascam HRE > PCM @ 2496
Master:   Wavelab 11 (split tracks, correct phase shift, reimage to stereo, tracking, DDI Codec (Dolby B @ -29.6 dBFS), levels / Ozone Vintage Limiter, resample, Lin dither) > FLAC 1644

Thanks to Luke McCormick for taping and loaning his cassette to be digitized

Set I
01. Set I intro
02. Rock Me Baby
03. Out Of My Hands * >
04. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
05. banter
06. 100 Years *
07. Alone
08. Set I outro

Set II
09. Cleopatra's Cat #$% >
10. Gotta Get Mean $% >
11. Gloria $% >
12. Gotta Get Mean $%
13. But Anyway $%
14. Hard To Exist $%
15. stage announcement
16. Mother Funker

* with Roger Fox on flute
# with Chris Barron (Spin Doctors) on vocals
$ with Avram Lavinsky (Dreamspeak) on keys
% with Gordon Clay (Dreamspeak; Groove Collective) on percussion

These files are a direct transfer from the master cassette made by Luke McCormick at Barnard Springfest on Friday, April 14, 1989.  This is a significant improvement over SHNID # 13921, which is a C(2) version of the same recording.

The tape captures Blues Traveler as its career was taking off.  The band had been playing for a while with members of Dreamspeak and the Spin Doctors at a Columbia fraternity, Delta Phi, and was playing local clubs like Nightingales, Mondo Perso, 712 Club, and Wetlands (opened February 1989), as well as free concerts in Prospect Park and at local colleges (RealityFest at SUNY Albany was the following day, the 15th). 

The taper, a member of the Phi and friend of the band, decided to "matrix" the SBD and AUD feeds by recording each to a separate channels, but this resulted in a 12 ms delay between channels.  This delay is audible and present in all other circulating recordings.  Here, the delay has been removed and each mono feed mixed to stereo.  (From the start through Rock Me Baby, the SBD feed was barely present and thus the first two tracks are mostly AUD.)

Hal,

I quite enjoy your comments on these tapes and how you have gone about fixing/improving some of the issues you describe. That must be very labor intensive on occasion.

Nick
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15758 on: May 23, 2023, 09:00:40 AM »

Hal,

I quite enjoy your comments on these tapes and how you have gone about fixing/improving some of the issues you describe. That must be very labor intensive on occasion.

Nick

Hi Nick. Thank you. To be honest, I'm not the one doing the heavy lifting. I'm the messenger. I simply copy the notes file that accompanies the music files. So I'm not the one doing the mastering, editing, etc. I just do the listening.  8)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15759 on: May 23, 2023, 11:17:29 AM »
Johnny Winter
1968-x-x
Avalon, San Francisco, CA

"Early Heat", SBD, 79:06


1/4" Master Reel (unknown equipment) > Quantegy R-94 DAT > Panasonic SV-3700 > Prodigy HD2 Soundcard > Cool Edit Pro (minor edits, level adjust, spot declick as needed, EQ T04-08) > Flac Frontend 6 > FLAC (no SBE)   

01 My Own Fault
02 .44 (Mean Town Blues?)
03 Rollin' N' Tumblin'

04 Let's Talk It Over
05 Mean Mistreater
06 Easy Rider
07 Yonders Wall (Be Careful With A Fool?)
08 Black Cat Bone

09 You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now
10 Uptempo - Untitled
11 Mama Talk To Your Daughter

12 Stones In My Passway (Solo with National Brand Guitar)
13 Rollin 'n Tumblin' 


* I received a CD and DAT.  The CD was marked "1968-Winter/Late Summer, Avalon, San Francisco", the DAT source was unmarked but had been tauted as 1967? Unknown Location.  The contents of both media turned out to be the same.  From the stereo mix differences between tracks it appears that T01-03 & T09-11 are from the same gig while T04-08 & T12-13 are from two different gigs.  Does Winter/Late Summer mean (whichever portions that refers to) the recordings are either from Winter or Late Summer or does it mean that part is from Winter & another from Late Summer?

* The DAT tape track lists T02 as ".44" however the lyrics seem to be the same as "Mean Town Blues".

* The DAT tape track lists T07 as "Yonders Wall" however the lyrics seem to be the same as "Be Careful With A Fool".
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15760 on: May 23, 2023, 12:50:36 PM »
** AT WIFE'S REQUEST **

Pink Floyd
March 13,1972
"Cold Front"
Nakanoshima Sports Center
Sapporo, Hokkaido Island, Japan

my silvers > EAC > FLAC Frontend > FLAC

EX+ AUDIENCE RECORDING

01. Speak To Me
02. Breathe
03. On The Run
04. Time>Breathe (reprise)
05. The Great Gig In The Sky
06. Money
07. Us & Them
08. Any Colour You Like
09. Brain Damage
10. Eclipse
11. One Of These Days
12. Careful With That Axe Eugene

Band:

Roger Waters
Rick Wright
Nick Mason
David Gilmour



This is the 'early' DSotM set. It has the unedited 'On the Run' jam and all the other 'stuff' from the 'Best of tour '72' show. I am not sure, but I suspect that this is the same show as the new RoIO cd 'Horizons'. Overall the best recording that I have heard of this time period. Recorded at the Nakajima Sports Centre, Sapporo, Japan on March 13th 1972, this well rehersed DSOTM performance with the addition of One Of These Days and Axe, lacks the full show that would have included Echoes and AHM--hence the single CD. A one sided panel insert sleeve serves as a cover with shots of the band and a nice colour shot of Mason's Water Waves bass drums. Sound is best described as clear but lacking in brightness with a constant moderate tape hiss. All in all an interesting document of this period for fans of an embryonic DSOTM. Cold Front contains a fantastic "One of These Days" and a blood-curdling "Careful With That Axe, Eugene."
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15761 on: May 23, 2023, 11:30:20 PM »

Hal,

I quite enjoy your comments on these tapes and how you have gone about fixing/improving some of the issues you describe. That must be very labor intensive on occasion.

Nick

Hi Nick. Thank you. To be honest, I'm not the one doing the heavy lifting. I'm the messenger. I simply copy the notes file that accompanies the music files. So I'm not the one doing the mastering, editing, etc. I just do the listening.  8)

Thanks for the clarification, Hal and I still appreciate that you include the notes. I often look up artist info when I’m listening via Roon. I think that additional information adds another component to appreciating the music.

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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15762 on: May 24, 2023, 05:12:03 AM »
B.B. King
Obras Sanitarias Stadium
Buenos Aires, Argentina
October 31, 1992
Audience recording
Lineage: Possible 1st generation cassette copy
Featuring argentinian bluesman Pappo as opening
act and at the encores

Surely for most of the non-argentinians here, the name of Pappo don't mean much, but he was one of the founders and top name at the hard rock and blues in Argentina.  If you here in Argentina think in a rock guitar legend, the first name in the list is Pappo. He recorded lots of albums since 1968 until his death in 2005 at a road accident while driving his Harley.

Back in 1980, B.B. King was playing in Buenos Aires (I think it was his first time in Argentina). B.B. King was one of Pappo's biggest heroes. And decided to personally meet the american bluesman at the hotel. So, he went there with a bottle of good wine and a cheese. And seeing that B.B. King got nicely surprised by the presents, they got in very good relation. He even nicknamed Pappo as "the cheeseman".

12 years later, there was a new visit of B.B. King to Buenos Aires for 3 shows at the Obras Sanitarias Stadium. Each night would have a different local opening act. The 3rd and final night had Pappo's Blues (one of Pappo's bands at that moment).

Pappo did a great opening show, that led the stage warm, and the show of B.B King was amazing that night. Due my love to Pappo's music, I went that night only because I would be enjoying not just the main show, also the opening act. The venue was sold out (5000 persons) and I've seen the show from the left side tribune. The sound and the view was perfect.

Near after 2 hours into B.B. King's show, some people in the crowd started to chant the name of Pappo, and B.K King himself took the mic and said something like "where's Pappo, bring Pappo". At that moment was taking a shower backstage and they've had to go and tell him that Mr. King was asking for him and bring him running to the stage. With his hair still wet, a t-shirt and black leather pants, Pappo got on stage, got a guitar, and jammed 2 songs with B.B. King and the whole band. The people went nuts!!! Pappo and B.B. King were extremely happy and sealed and great friendship that night. Next years they would join again on stage many times in Argentina and also in USA, when Pappo was one of B.B. King's guests on stage at the Madison Square Garden. But the audio of the show you'll have here was the very FIRST time those 2 legends got together on stage.

A few weeks after this show, I was at the sunday's record fair at the Rivadavia Park in Buenos Aires City, and found somebody selling a few cassettes with live shows, and he had a 2 cassettes set, of 90min each tape, for sale. It was the audio of the show of B.B. King with Pappo at Obras. Bought it. Played it a couple of times back in 1992, and the 2 tapes remained at my cassettes storage until now. Over than 25 later, and by request of the great Kingrue, I finally had the time and mood to properly transfer those tapes and share them here with you. Hope you enjoy the audio and the story.

Big thanks are going to Kingrue, who helped me identifying the song titles I didn't know.

.........................................................

Pappo's Blues (Opening act) set list:

01. Blues Local
02. Dos Bajistas
03. Saco Italiano
04. El Tropezon
05. El Tren De Las 16
06. Fiesta Cervezal
07. Desconfio De La Vida
08. Jet 6
09. El Blues De Santa Fe

Total Time 37:27

Band members:
Vocals and lead guitar: Norberto "Pappo" Napolitano
Guitar: Miguel "Botafogo" Vilanova
Keyboards: "Pato" Lucas Frasca
Bass: Julie Ruth
Harmonica: Luis Robinson
Drums: Black Amaya
Backing vocals: Las Blacanblus

.........................................................

B.B. King set list:

01. Six Pack
02. Blues Band Instrumental #2
03. B.B. King Introduction Jam
04. Let The Good Times Roll
05. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss
06. Chains of Love
07. Caldonia
08. Sweet Little Angel
09. Back In L.A.   
10. Understand (instrumental)
11. B.B. Blues Boogie (instrumental)
12. How Blue Can You Get
13. Everyday I Have The Blues
14. Untitled Instrumental
15. Rock Me Baby
16. The Thrill Is Gone
17. Band Introductions > Jam
18. When Love Comes To Town (with Pappo)
19. When The Saints Go Marching In (with Pappo)
20. Fanfare Outro

Total Time 02:15:02
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15763 on: May 24, 2023, 08:18:15 AM »
Jimmy Smith Quartet
02/17/01
House of Blues
Cambridge, MA

Disc One:

1. Intro > Jimmy Tells The Crowd To Shut Up
2. Root Down/8 Counts for Rita
3. The Sermon
4. Guitar Solo (Improv)
5. Back at the Chicken Shack
6. Intro > Drum Solo > St. Thomas
7. Dot Com Blues

Disc Two:

1. Intro
2. Baby It's Cold Outside
3. Side Mouthin'
4. Guitar Solo ('Round Midnight)
5. Guitar Solo (?)
6. Mood Indigo
7. After Hours



Jimmy Smith - Organ
Herman Riley - Sax
Phil Upchurch - Guitar
Tommy Campbell - Drums (JS's nephew)   



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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #15764 on: May 24, 2023, 11:46:12 AM »
Hi Bowie fanatics, here it is, another `76 upgrade. Well, this one was pretty good to start with, and now it`s even better.
I have edited back in, Jean Genie that was missing, and i have also edited in the fals start of Five Years that was also missing.Someone was already dealing with this soundboard, it was mastered pretty loud for my taste but i did not want my remaster to be more quiet than this so they are the same in loudness. But they are different in other things.
I have fixed pitch, phase and levels and then i did the EQ. No compression, limiters or noise reduction!
Erik Snow and Quicksand were very helpful. Erik made another tasty artwork.

Enjoy

Captain Acid    March  2012


David Bowie - Vancouver Station - 02-02-1976 rehearsals - SBD

David Bowie - Rehearsals 1976 (2nd February 1976)
The Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Very Good Soundboard Recording Remastered By Captain Acid

Disc ONE

1 STATION TO STATION
2 SUFFRAGETTE CITY 
3 WAITING FOR THE MAN
4 WORD ON A WING
5 STAY
6 TVC 15
7 SISTER MIDNIGHT
8 LIFE ON MARS?
9 FIVE YEARS

Disc TWO

10 PANIC IN DETROIT
11 FAME
12 CHANGES
13 THE JEAN GENIE
14 QUEEN BITCH
15 REBEL REBEL
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